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THE DEPARTMENT GIRLS.
WOMEN OF REPUBLICS ARE NOT
They Propone to Put Cp a Monooient to
the Lute Orn. Spinner Rrcauae Gave
Women a Chance to Recoa; Govern
nARin:.T.T-N, Jan. 19. Republics may
be ungrateful, hut the women of republics
are not. Tin voui(-n who are employed in
t.iie goviTiinrM-.t d -Miirtmonts here have set
o:it to l a in.:iniiif;it to Grn. S inrii'r,
an ' 'hey will i.u.I.l it. Why i.-, Got.. Spin
nor to ii:tt-? ;i monument? llecause he was
the firt ji: 1 .1 i olli':iai to employ vrmen
in l he work of the pivi'rninont. AVheti
Gen. Spiutier Imeame ireiisurrr of the
United St:il'. a ouarf ?r of a cent n-y aero,
Uucle S-n:i employed no women, except
as ch.irv.-ft.iic i r room cleaners. ''This is
not ri'lit," .id Spinner. "This is work a
TRKAMjl.i ,I!:l..s' PR'XIC TO GEN. triNER.
wom;iii ;iti do ns well as a mi.n. The
women f-h..:i have a chance." Grn. Spin
ner opened the doors, and now see the re
sult. I'm le Sam employs in Washington
about five thousand women, or ne-third
of his entire force.
The women make just as good i lerks as
the nv.v:, a i. 1 some olworvors say a little
better. They waste less time talking poli
tics or reading newspapers, do not go out
in the corridor to smoke during business
hours, and in si: miner do not ask to get off
thirty miti!it- before time in orcer to at
tend the baseball games. To this day Gen.
Spinner is the hero, the idol, the patron
saint of the "department girls.'' While
he lived they helped to make life pleasant
tor him. They loaded him with presents on
holidays ami birthdays. Tin y surronnded
him with their love and adoration. Every
summer they took him to a picnic, all in
his honor, and carried to him the best fish,
the choicest flowers, and wreathed gar
lands for his brow. Those weri happy
days for Gen. Spinner, and it is not sur
prising that he said n short tine before
his death that the act of his whicli he was
proudest of, which gave him most satisfac
tion, was openingthe doors of government
employment to women.
I'robably Gen. Spinner himself never
foresaw the result of his innovation When
he began placing women on the govern
ment payrolls he did not imagine that in
twenty years or so a thousand women
should be employed in the treasury alone,
nearly as many more in the pension office,
and large numbers in the pate it office,
census office, in fact in every department
of the government, even in the war and
navy offices, and the Capitol itself. lie
could not look ahead and sec women draw
ing three or four millions of dollars a
month from the public coffers for services
The women of the departments are of all
ages ami from all the walks of lif as well
as from every state and territory in the
Union. t)id and young, beautiful and
homely, work side by side, and sitie by side
A THEASURT GIRL GOING TO WORK.
with the men, too, without harm to them
selves and with good influence upon their
masculine companions. What is better,
these women are on the same level with
the men as regards pay and promotion.
They draw the same salaries for the same
work, are classified in the ci il service
without distinction of sex, and are protect
ed from political interference. Happily
the days in which politicians bartered "in
fluence" for feminine flesh and blood are
at an end, or nearly so. Occasi jnally one
comes upon an instance of barter and sale,
of violation of the laws of God and man
ill the departments, but one may find
quite as many such cases in private life, in
mercantile aud professional circles. The
only discrimination made against women
in the departments is in the mai ter of pro
motion to the chiefshitm of divisions. Nat
urally these posts are Oiled by rien. Eigh
teen hundred dollars a year is therefore
the highest price paid to women in govern
ment employ. Five or six women are re
ceiving this salary, and earning it, too.
In the treasury two women, Miss Seavey,
of Tennessee, and Miss Van Vranken, of
New York, draw 150 a month. They are
unmarried, and have been nearly a quarter
nf a century in the internal revenue divis
ion. They are so expert in their fields that
they hare been promoted over the heads of
mo-t of the men in the bureau. Another
ft.SOO clerk is Miss Ada Tanner, daughter
of ex -Pension Commissioner Tanner, who
is a confidential clerk in the tre isury. Five
women in th- treasury get -l,6"0 a year, SI
tl,400, and nearly 15J draw $1,3-10. A hun
dred are paid 1,XX) a year, aud nearly 400
SWO a year. What is trne of t he treasury
is true, general! apeakiug, o. other de
partments, though the number of women
clerks is greatest in the treasury. The
only places in which women are not given
an equal chance with men are the bureau
of engraving and printing and the govern
ment printing office. In the mechanical
work of these concerns the men draw the
big pay. the women t.ha nit-fano. IT1.,.
instance, in the bureau of engraving and
printing the money printers earn $5 or $6 a
day. while t he women who serve as their
helpers, and many of them competent to
take charge of presses, get but fl.35. In
the government printing office women re
ceive f 10 a week for doing the same work
for which men are paid from $13 to $23.
Hundreds of Uncle Sam's women em
ployes are well to do. They have saved
their earnings, invested in real estate or
other property, and become independent.
There are women in the treasury worth
rom40,000 to $100,000 each who still go
on at their work. There is no reason why
they should not, for the toil is not arduous
and the hours are anything bat onerous.
Light work from 9 to 4, with a half hour
for luncheon, frequent holidays and thirty
days' leave or alwence every year, is not a
task calculated to undermine the strength
even of a delicate woruaa. Some of the
women clerks in the treasury keep car--iages
and are middle ,ip1 dames. An
employe iu the third auditor's ofiice is as
sisted by a liveried footman to alight every
morning at the treasury steps from a costly
brou-ham drawn by a pair of stylish
horses. Many of the department girls
marry, but in few cases do t hey leave the
Often t he husliand is also a government
clerk, and with two salaries they manage
to buy a handsome home and employ
plenty of servants.
There are plenty of marriageable girls in
the departments, pretty but practical
creatures, capable of supporting them
selves ami hufhands, too, if necessary just
(he girls to make good, sensible help
meets. At the luncheon hour, while the
men clerks are rushing out to the res
taurants or saloons, many pretty groups
are formed by the girls, who manage to
subsist on an apple and a cracker, and who
bring forth novels or fancy work to mix
with t he gossip of the moment .
There i plenty of romance in these de
partments. For instance, in the depart
ment of justice works a beautiful old lady,
a typewriter operator, who was once the
reigning belie of Washington society. Her
hair is as white as snow, and her face full
of the charm of refinement and matured
comeliness. Ili-r pvin an- vtill ln-i-Kt on.l
magnetic, and many a maiden might envy
her her complexion. This lady, Mrs. Kande
lette, was the daughter of a commandant
of the Marine corps. Her husband was q
surgeon in the navy. As maid and wife
liefore the war uo woman was more courted
or admired than she. Her mother, Mrs.
Nicholson, was a reiguicg belle ia New
York half a century aso.
A GROUP AT LPNCHEON noPB.
Mrs. Rundelette has very high family
connections and a good social position,
even if she is a typewriter operator in a
government office. She is a type of the
well born, well bred women whom widow
hood or other accident of life has brought
to daily labor in the departments, and a
pretty picture she made the other day as
she stood hand ia baud with another tvoe
of department girls a silly and bewitch
ing coquette who needed a word of moth
These departments are full of the wid
ows and daughters of senators, repre
sentatives, governors, generals and other
public men. In the pension office, for in
stance, is Mrs. Gen. Pickett, whose hus
band, the Confederate general, led at Get
tysburg one of the greatest infantry
charges known to the history of wars. Mrs.
Pickett now draws a salary of l,4ix) a year,
yet for a time this woman of refinement
and leauty wan on the rolls of the interior
department as a charwoman. I n the patent
office works Miss Alice Meikleham, the
great-granddaughter of Thomas Jefferson.
In the bond room of the postoffice depart
ment, handling the bonds of all the post
masters of money order offices in the coun
try, is Mrs. Flora Fassett Hodge, a win
some little widow, whose mother is Mrs.
Fassett, the artist, known to fame as the
paiuter of the "Electoral Commission"
picture, which hangs in the senate gallery.
Another department "girl'' is Mrs. II. N.
Ralston, the widow of a distinguished
western lawyer, a contemporary and friend
of Stephen A. Douglas.
Miss Mary Livingston, of the postoffice
department, is a granddaughter of Iiobert
Leroy Livinzston, the last of that famous
family to sit in congress, and a niece of
John Livingston, founder of Rutgers col
lege. Miss Livingston gets $1,300 a year.
Miss Gamier, or the postoffice department,
is a niece of Joaquin Miller. Miss Sewell,
of the international money order division,
speaks French. German, Spanish, Italian,
Swedish, Norwegian and Danish, and gets
$1,200 a year for translating letters. Miss
Walworth, of the census oflice, was daughter-in-law
of Chancellor Walworth, the
last of the chancellors.
THE OLD BELLE AND THE TOCNG ONE.
These are a few of many similar instances
which might be cited. The departments
are full of interesting persons whose
careers have been romantic find event! ul
What is better, the "department girls" are
faithful workers, good wives, mothers and
daughters, and typical representatives of
the self reliant, cultured working women
of the republic. HOBEBT GEAVK3-
i n V
SeafiMi fanaet ke Carnd
!y local apLlicatiooa. as the ennot roooh
the diseased ponion'of the year. There
is only one way to cure deafness, and thit
is by constitutional remedies npfnn
is caused by tn inflamed condition of the
mucous imiog or the Eustachian Tube
When this tube eeta Inflamed von ha .
rumbling sound or imperfect hearing, and
wuen u is entirely closed, dearness Is the
result, and unless the inflammation can
be taken out and this tv.be restored to its
normal condition, bearing will be de
stroyed foreTer; nine esses out of ten are
caused by catarrh, which is nothing hnt
an inflamed condition of the mucous
We will cive one hundred rloTHru for
any case of deafness (caused by catarrh)
taai we cannot cure by taking lian a Ca
tarrh Cure. Snd for circulars, free.
Sold by drujrgibtj, 75c
tr. j. Chehbt & Co, Toledo, O.
When a man tells you that be is per
fectly contented he means, in nine cases
out of ten, that after thinking the mat
ter all over be does not see bow he can
get anything more.
Catarrh in Xewlngland-
Ely's Cream Balm tHve satisfaction to
every one using it for catarrhal troubles.
u. iv. lienor, lfruggtst, Worcester,
I believe EVa Crtam Balm ia the beat
article for catarrh ever offered thn nnhKc
Bush & Co., Druggists, Worcester,
An article of real merit P P. Alnn
Druggist, Springfield, Mtss.
Tho?e who nae it croak hiirhlw nf it
Geo. A. Hill, Drugeist, Springfield, Mass.
uream tsaim nas given satisfactory re
soils W. P. Draper. Druggist, Spring,
Particulary the regrets Maid: Mr
Small couldn't call tonight, and he sends
his rearets and this little rjresent. Miss
Little: Thanks for both.
There is no danger of a cold resulticg
in pneumonia when Chamberlain's Cough
remedy is used as directed "for a severe
cold." It effectually counteracts and
arrests any tendency of a cold to result
in pneumonia. This fact was fully prov
en in thousands of cases during the rpN
demic of loHueDza last winter. For tale
by Hartz & Bhnsen.
Flck Eca duet e snd re'.iove ell UiotoraKna tscf
clent to a bilious state of the eyatam, aucb a
DtzzLaeKH, Kaiuca, Drowsiness, Distrms aftec
CbtiEg. 1-ain la the Si Jo, kc While Uioir maa&
remadul'U success haa beun shown la caxi&g
Socdiclie. ret Carter's little liver Pins at
equally valuable in Confltlpaiion, curing and pre.
Vtnung thmannoyine complaint, it hi lo Uwyalso
Correct ail disorders of thee tomac h,atiniulaXe Uu
liver and regelate the bowela. eatf theyo&Zy
lAehethpy would be almoet prioriaento thorn wt4
etrfler from this dmtrerjiing complaint: bntforta
Stately their (oodneasdoee m.end here .and thoaaj
vrhoonoetry them will find these llttlo pills vmlo
able In so many ways that they will nut be wil.
Jifig to do without them. But after allolck head
lie the bane of no many lives that here In wheT
wemakecrar great boadt. Onrpillacare it while
1 Others da not.
' Carter's Little II tot Pflla are very small sal
very eaey to take. One ertwe pill inakeadoaa.
They are strictly vegetable and do not grrpe or
puryn, but by their gentle action ploone all wbi
nee them. In vialnat 25cenU; five for tL Sold
try druggists everywhere, or seat by mn il
CARTER MEDICINE CO.. New York.
SMALL PILL SMALL DOSF. SMALLPRlCf-
HORST VON KCECKRITZ. Pharmacist
PKBSdurneif a SraciaLTT.
Fourth Are. and Twentr-Third St.
Wt BT 4S- -v A - V ilTrm CU1UJ ht Ihur.
M-UrlKU SO, Wa.lv for ihw.rMttir pof.
POM. Vmr mt ewratl KnkWM. rtiD Ff1. SIM. h.Xfc
Inc. IwitlMMa (.i I , mtM r r.rrtrteHv thrvtick all VI It A K
PBTH, mwill lha-ai tollKALTH aa4 tlbHRIM TKtVrM.
BlMtric t-Mrrnrt rll l.rtaaily. or v fwrl.it avow tn aaaa.
MUTuHlanaMwrrla.4rfi.alaa. Taa tmmntw
SASSKB ELECT&ICCO.. lLaaii.a7tMICJlSa.lU.
Protect Your Eyes.
MARION OPTICAL CO's
Spectacles and Eye Glasses.
14 and 18 Maiden Lane. H. Y. Brancb : Marion,
Ind. For sale by T H. Thomas, Druggist. Rock
Island. I U. sep. S-dcaa
R 0F.DI EFfEN BACH'S
ID C'JRt Stt'KAL. Bf.vnnt
ud BRII.AJ7 IfiOuSttS TOLhS.
TrMACH !5D'CT0a, KU HNCts
TallTf 01 OISAPPOiHTWtHT.i-tpo.i-iiiv
r.tis la ri tu fa W han.
.Bd pal aniitly rnraa In Hlr. LadaS
treaiaynt OS trial by WW aaaj tr l. CmiUf fr
THCPEflU DReC CO..
Bole ata.forthan.S. l8ri4.SI,M'.lADUt,wl5.
Ull 1 TlMfC Teaches tu atadenu a
IrlkLUIinL W trade an
them in railroad aemce.
Ttl rftniDUV S I VAXBNTINS BEOS .
431 ITTLE TjCT
1VER m 4
I bLbUnnr 111 U-iaiananui. Wla.
AT THIS LIST AND
FRANK G. YOUNG.
Mince meat, home made,
ITuyler'a butter cups,
P. Kmilien olives,
Lucca olive oil,
Armour's Beet Extract.
Durkee Salad Dressing,
Lee and Perrin Sauce,
Huntley and Palmer Wafers,
Kennedy Zephyretts and
And lots of other fancy goods
too numerous to mention
1103, Third avenue.
Telephone No. 11C8.
W. Baker & Co.
from which the exn-.ss of
oil luta bren reaiovoj, U
and it is Soluble.
are used in ita preparation. It ka
wore than three times Hit Strrnj'.h of
Cocoa Eiixcd with Start-li, Arrowroot
or Sugar, and is therefore far more
cconoinica!, costing less Vtati one cent
a rvj. It is delicious, nourLliin,
stn ntln-niuj, e..silv dioesTcp,
and almirably adapted for invalids
a well as for person ia health.
Sold by Crocors everywhere.
W. BAKER & CO., Dorctetef. Uizs.
J. M. BUFORD,
T sjM rtrs aa Tlxe-tiW I
LOSSES PROMPTLY PAD).
sMsaaa avwaaacy rss Me ross Tasy eaaa
t mmw pu.1lUfl is aa(
as aVTfws nmrM.
John Volk &. Co.,
8ah. Doort. Blindi. Sidicj. Tloorinc.
and aU kio!a of wood work for bU4rs,
Khrh4et;tli "vt ITurd sad PoarU se.,
e. B. aoil l
(Xember Aaiencaa T.ckrt Brokers' Aaato)
liKDUOED RATX8 TO ALL PoiHTfl,
OF7ICX to Adams Brpreas Offlc. BTider
- ' tf a'-V -41 t ll-jlttrmti ma
- -i r r.t fin'm r ri a i , 4 f.jr m
"bitnatloni raBtrd,ao4 "Hrlu" waaUlaaerted
one week ia the Dtnt Aaaca WB.WB.
For 8ale. Knna. Sichaat aad Misorllaaeoae
wast aiserted oua aay at le per word; tares
day at c per word and one week at c per
r drlx addilloa. Mouth Rork I.Uod. wet of
MUaaroad. Soqulie at So. lelt trc. d aieaue.
ICSLT PCBNISHKD ROOM FOB TWO
KsntJemeB at on Twealletk street.
WANTED A rlTCATIOW JLi BN'QITf BER
by a eompateiit yoont man who la steady
aad capable; caa furnteh best of refercBce. Ad
dr 1613 Srcoad areaae. II
WAKTEn A ROOM-MATE BT A BXOI
neer. a seat (ornlbel front room, HI Third
avrooe, suivide. who ouly occupies it 11 ttaaes a
aoeth for S: or for two cenUrmea SS er
itocth . 4
7ANTBD GKNLBAL bTATB AUBNT TO
opra beadoaarter to some txlDCioal dir. as-
same eirinrive control of ear aaslnees and ap
point wcaj ana iD i(rsu In every city la Ibis
slate: roods well kaosra staple a. Soar, ia anl
versal demand, and pay a net prof I of 60 to I Of)
per sent. Addresa Tbb Vbiob Coarasr, S4
Broadway, New otk.
1200.00 and Upwards
For le, Been red oa lxi worth froa
throe to fire tune the ir&oont
fcf the loaa.
Icterest T per cect aeal a&aaaU. ooUocted ax.a
resitted free of charca.
E. W. HURST,
Attobitkt at Lav.
ZttOM l ani 4 If aaouic Tcacf.e,
ROCK TMLAJTD. ILL
THE WO LI HE SAYIKBS BAK
(Charted by the Leclslatsre of Iiaals.)
MOLINE, - ILLS.
Opea dally tram 9 A. M. to I P. M .. aad ca Tte
oay sua sataraay Ksen:Eats rroa 7 to
Icreet allowed on Deepoeits tvt the rtte
of 4 per Cent, per Annum.
Depoeita received in amounts of
$1 and Upwards.
eBCTRlTY a-dad vantages.
The prtrate pprperty of the Trortee ia rrepoa
s'.blete the deuorttor. TbeoSrra are protlfci-
ted from borroaria any of Its moneys. Minor
ana marriea woatt proiectea by specl lav.
Orncu:-.W. Wainnrt, T-reient: Poa-
TiahaiskBa, Vice Frcridest; C. F. licaurwar.
TarPTBaa: 8. W. WbeeWk. Por?r Jk1r.er.
C. r. iicmenway, J. 8i!a. Lea. U. B Bdwanls,
uiraDi aiamng, A. o. rvKav, a, actuir,
H. Hrm-twiT, C. Vltztfcnm.
aw i neooiy cnarvrrea saTTcca rjaca la Bock
ALL EJSDS OF
Cast Iron Work
done. A specialty of fBrnishlag aH klsls
of fitorea with Caaflac ot 8 orata
A MACHINE SHOP
ta beea added where aU kinds of --t
work D be dose first 1ih.
NINTH ST. AND 7th AVE.
DOWNING BROS.. Propts.
W. C. MADCKER.
Hawlnx parchaaed the
Property which be La had xttVjei fer Ca ho
taJ baslaesa. la aow pre pared to accoai
saodata traaneat (aeat.
Day and Regular Boarding
at very reaaooabte price.
Be !a a.1 rtvfed ta th
at the saa.pUc with a the Ire k of CrocerVa.
r ana prodace a spec iJty.
A. D. HUESING,
Reprtaaats. aawu other lavenod aca aC
kao wa Fire In araace CoaspaaM bo foLowtax :
Royal IaaaraaeeOoaipany.of Bariaad.
Weerheeter Fire laa. Coaput of N . Y.
floffalo (rrrmia laa. Co., Baffalo. H. T.
Borbester Oenaaa las Oou. Koch tar. T.
Cltaena Ins. Co.. of Puasbarck, Pa.
etaa Fire Office. Loodoa.
Vtuoa las. Co., of Calif oraLa.
rWartty las. C.. New Hive. C.
Mllwaaaee Mechaalc laa. Oo . Mi)waahae,Waa
Cenaaa rircIaa.Oo,of roona,IU.
Oaoe Cor. 18th 8., and Second Are.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
After years orperVaca la teacbJnc lastra-
BMaui asie, I wU proenee yoc aiore Umott aruh
less fmnx lor the area moory of as tracker u
1 w-a. .www. kitw aata jsvraJas vmuit.
TVaehera will save sum laaM iu. w
ttaa-Aaj rtf mm tfkb.-fltl4 j ,
fcbeet maaac to every oato. laeara orders, aaamiaf
otbor. at my muK room, 171 Bocs4 aTenee.
Bock U and.
. W Peity of Uachinf Uexortaced
taararrs bow to teach.
as sa lews awaay Uavespert, la.
Hi. C. A. RBJaTxia
Ffil- re.K-a-T -
Dr. S. E. HcCBEABY
(Late of Ciaciaaatl. Ohu.)
Haa Permanentlj Located ia
la tb past e!rbl asoatb bo baa acceoafsJUjr
treated anort tLaa
tJt CAM KM
of the aaost aertra character. DisepecialUre are:
FBI ' ATI AND
Buch caxt a tbcuruHiao., iteurbl
rU, scrofulb. ASlhraa. ca.Unh. heart
diactae. bU kinkb of Derroui diaru,
epilerij, chorea and cerrout proatra
Uona. ' In fact all chronic or long itbnd
Poaitirely And Pcrmancotlj CureJ or
w ixa of Machood. Srsi'cal Weakeeeo. aad
Errors ef Yoath. po;tlc)y aad permaiafwUy
XT, Positively oa case Ubra that car. not bo
cared. Cxarrrepuadenre armanieiiird by 4C la
otaas proaapuy aaswered.
oace McCa!ioacb'a New Block.
W Tbird Su-eet, ncax Vain,
CHAS. R. WHEELAN,
Undertaking and Embalmmtx
Dimlck Block, No. S SVlh Su Bock Ialaad.
Llavlcs parcr ae a roaplrte tine of Cad retak
ing irood. With hcarw and anpnanetnoee. and
bavioc snred the orrriccs of Mr. tieo, K. Bead,
of Chicago, aa axpert t oDt-ral director and caa-
DauBOT- 01 izyrar. ttprmrc, I am louy '
parea to r arm mre sauvf actMaa.
tTATB OF ILUNOIS.
Kocm Islssb Cvrarr. I M "
la the elrrcit rocrt t-f Rntk lalaxd ceaaty. T
Egbert C. Jrartt. s laawiaa C. Uafjaaa aad
.uaa ki .
I'nl'lic rot re 1. hereby rive to the said Caasiaa
t. Hartmaj. and Saafnra f llaMaiaa. that a wrtt
f attar htaeet Uamed oct of tbe ofhop of the
c!raofsaid Bock Island exranty circw:t coart,
datrdtb seventeenth day of J acsary A . D. 11.
la tbe eolt of the a-d Kobert C. Jewru atd
arainH tbe retate 4 the saoa Car: us V. llartraaa
and ta&ftrd F. liartsaa. for tr.e mm of Ono
Tttoo-aLd Five Hundred ar4 Ffiy dal ars
(IUS60 .d rectrd totbe ebrnSef Bock Island
coaciy. wbi ka.ii aril baa brra insrbed ea
rcatr4; cow thrrrfore aalr-s ye. theaatd&aa.
fcrJ F Uanaiaa ai.4 ( assia C. Ilartasaa haM
nr"t-l y he aad apprar brfore the aatd Iuk fc
lead roonty c mil court . oa or brfore tbe am
day I Ike ceil t-rm thereof, to be boMro at the
court bona tn tte rtty of Bock Island. 1a said
rnaaty. r t raa Monday of Mar A if.
Cle ba 1 aad 4rad lo tbe said 4atit.ff s arrtuav,
latraarot wiJ he entered araitt yoa aad la
f avr c f tbe said Kobrrt C Jeaett. ai so as neb
of tbr pmprny a'tac bed as Bay be softcieart to
aaltsfy the eaid judioect aad costs. i.l be aud
to .att.fy the eai e.
Bock I.laad. l!l ,Jaa M.I W.
GtoKciw cmai.t nk
A Hraurr. fla-atiff-s Attnrarys.
By el-tar f aa eBreoUoa aad fr bCt I(o.CZ4.
Iwaed out of tbe clerk's oS.ee of the rcrr-anf mart
of Buck lland ooatity. ta tb state of lUtawk.
adtoeaedirrtr4.fcrrrbyl aa oomaaaoded to
cash te assoeat of a or nam iwSarmact rooratly
btaiar aral Frrderirk M . Bovro la favor f
Tbe M-Oorojlca UarartaOae KattiM coaiacr,
oet of the laaxla. trorau-nta. reuos aad caacula
of tie said defrodanU. I have treted apua Lac
to Urm ixif propeny. to-wit :
tot ttirreo-.ta Uoch three at. ia DtcaaoaA
Toana addjtioo to Mitaa, farsarrly Csjadra
Ml la. lalhecoaLlj of Bock L and aa.d r.atcof
Tfvfore.arrordtbr lo a.d cnnunaaJ I iiaTlrv-
! fcaleai peblic aarttoa all the rt,-tt, title
at4 at-lrraot of tbe aWe aaaard. Frvjaarvfc M.
""rrs. laarxl to t tlnrt 4rr-.br4 pror-ny. ea
Taiar4a.tbcsab day of refers a ry. Hl.all
o'clock a. sa . at the burlh door U the rwart boose
ia tbe city of Bor laiand. tc tbe cwanty of Bock
.!ea4 and state of llUaut. f caah la haneL ta
aaivfy aat esrcU aad f,e taf:.
Da:rd at hkara lalabd th: emaad ae of Feb
reary. A. it ln u. rOklj.
her of Both telao ooaatr. liOaoia.
Btatr of Daait I Moabrr. 4eraaed.
The aadrrvtr4 bevtarhero otrtasialral aaleaJa.
levator. l b Um- Jj aaorare. f the lolale of
laaarl Mobrr. late of tbe cmclr of Rack l.iaakal
state of lihaots. dceeaaid, brreby rvra sjntato
trat be will apprar brfore the conn: un a
Buck I.laad coatlr. at UioaVo of the rW .J
aatd ooort. la the CHf CT iUark Ialaad ml li
Mareb tena. oa U trat Moadav la March aari.
at wtlcb time alltarraoaa hsvaaetilaiaa
id oatat are oat-Aed and wainaiii aa uul
for tbe parpoae of harnf the saaae sdjaanod. AM
peraoaa Indebted to said rrtal are reaeotod u
awaw vayaarai to th aat rswaoA.
Iste4 th.tch day f Jar aery. A. D. Irl .
LtTUEh U. BOWAIUt. AdfBtatstmor.
W ttb the V Ul artMwrd.
QlTT aaBATTOIB FOR KeKT.
fcalrd rrot'oaJa VA be rarr'rad at lha -
clerk's ossr. bock ls'ad. Ill . anuj a p. am. P ra
re a r td. fn. far th IraekiMCof th City Ahatlotr
bal'danf. attaaud at the west rad of lbs cHy
'mars. I'nocttT rtsrrvrs the nrtit ta erlrrt aa
aodaUblds. BOBEkT kuEIILCK.
Bock lalsnd. IU.. Jaaaary tad. Il.
JJoncK ok DisgoLcnos.
Tta tarfuwAI. I ,ntif i.i ..laj - . . . -
ram aaame of Uroc taaa A Ca eanaramunc of Jacob
. -' - . r t-m anuaaa, aavka
Jaaaoraoa and hels Velooesa. te by asslaal
arrrrsarat Uts day diaaorcrd. Jacob Brochaaaa
bavto psrrhased the tcteaost of band ruriis.
wwi. " rimia, a mm rranaiauax lareo part.
ars a ill eoartmaaai ta rLa mra - tku. 1-
brfore All oatataadicg snoauis at. sot be aaid
lo Jacob hmt aaoaa. iraorr. "
mtw a I a taaa, r ad. tort.
da l avba'joWifwg
tJaaxaT?! j! W"f i
ltMcl aaas rraawy (tar
a'arcaiaaaioor aV hitaa
' iTTiim atd am!
. THatC.. v aU 1wm
jawaatTtX 3 A J. HuSLS. M. TJl.
W V BaMlaal aMaaaart"..
i vrtMtw v
KoM by - kBMl
a r ' at - ear a a . L"