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   Newport Daily News (Newspaper) - March 16, 1900, Newport, Rhode Island                                THE FRIDAY, MARCH 1900. MILLIONS'OF PELTS ANNUALLY. Enormous Destruction of Fnr A'uinials fo Dress. Materials, 'i'wclvu million -animals urn killo every year to IiirnUlr us with 1'urs. Sotii of tUoso animals, ill st'a oiler, have been almost mmihilatvM aiid the beaver has from a bat Ihe must distant regions. Staiistk .tliow'n. constnu't im-reaso. in.the snpjil uf tun, but Iliis not, meiin thn ihere are more rur-bearinj; animals i ilic world. .It.KlgnifuKt simply lliaf in dor tho impnls'j ol llio greater-deiuaii and better prices more in luinliuj; and llio animals. J'lvcry animal lliat lias hair .on it i limited todav for its hide. The lion a Well as the rabbit, the monkey as as the cat, the fox as well as the seal the bear and-the-otter, animals ol: Ih j'olar region and those that live near ill Equator, mammals and amphibians There nro somo -100 spceies 'nr variulie of fur-bearing animals, find-almost over? i-onn.try ia llie world fnrnishes its of furs. China sends furs from Thibet Japan sends marlons and badgers, .Sontl America, a kind of rat. Pern and Chil the chinchilla, Australia Hie opossum In 1S9S there were .opossmi sold in London lier Tho mu'skrnl furnishes Hie largest uuni r oil iii JS'JS, Oi course, the retail buyer does not- recog nize the inuslu'at in Ihe furs of 'tin. marten .gold to that is vliat most of Ihe ni.Trteii furs rfre. larettes and .boas sold at such low pi'ifr.-s are muskrat. furs and tliey wear-well. Slaink and the true marten are next in importance. The marleii is found in panada aiid the northern part of Un "United States, litid so are the. polecat atn ihe crmiiie. l-'ox skins in vei> large nuinbors, having been used ia-lSOSi But-lliore are all sorts of grades among the foxes. The common red fox u uf-least value. The blue fox and .silver fox are valued. The blue fox is-sometimes almost as while as the ynou'-on which it lives nnd at other times of a darker color, it is this second kind which is most largely nought for. Last ycnr the best specimen's uf. blue foxes were sold for as high as JS1.2UO each. Hut the famous silver fox is greatest of all, for its dark skin is lib- i-rally sown with white hairs. It- is found mainly in the extreme north, -near..the Arctic ocean, in Alaska, Labrador and Siberia, and, besides, it is very ..rare. Some specimens of tlii.s.fnr have beei during the last year for After the lirsl fall of about the middle of...October, 'the i'ur 'hunters bury themselves in the forests, taking with lliein Iwo dogs, who drag along the sleigh loaded' with the necessary snp- I'lics. These consist ot! some blankets, ammunition, traps, sometimes a tent and very little provisions. They rely chiefly upon the animals slain for food. After laying the work of no .small ironbie and hunter must be I'ver on the alert, for Ihe wolf is ever ready to rob his traps of any aliiunil c-'iilght therein, and ihe hunter doesn't like to catch furs for wolves. Toward the end of the winter most .of these animals disappear, and then the hunters look for beavers, setting their traps Lliniiigh holes in tin: ice. "When Hie thaw begins their activity runs aloirg "tlier lines, for the: and com- mon bears may emerge from their winter iinarters, and their pells are in no small iliMiiand. After catching as many ani- nials as they ean, stripping and stilling llicir hides, the trappers must sell the products of their winter's work. The Indians in Canada bring most of their furs to thf forls ot the Hudson Bay ''niiipany. l-'nmidu. and Labrador supply most ..of iln; furs exported Cr.oni this country. Siiwria does as much for the Old "World, llie most inagliilicvnt sables and a kind "I" marten, cailcil the kolinski. are found 'here. Even the wolf, whose hide olse- n-lti're is of Jillie value, lliere has a.good I'i'lt. Siberia also furnishes n. large number of -while fox skins, ermine and sqiiirrel. JOveil-.llm hares in Si-" l'i-i-i.-i have valuable I'urs for the burners. In that part of Asia most of Ilic trap- I'ing is done by Syrians, Ostiaks. Sa- and other Mongolia-il tribes. Uii'ir guns are iirimilive Iliiilhtcks, (liny use very seldom on account "i' llie price of powder. They prefer to a bow and arrow, and sometimes l-'iily n blunt arrow, so as lo stun the an- inial without hurting or staining llie fnr. Most of: their hunting is (lone, however, oy traps most ingeniously contrived. The are terrilic, 'the thermometer go- in; down lo 30'or -It) degrees below Z'-'ro. as a general thing, aiid sometimes to tiO degrees. It often happens 'ii'it tho hunters arc caught in terrilic M'.'l'lns. when progress is impossible, and _ a re compelled lo form snow hnl.s to in until they cnu lind -the way i heir semi-civilized homes. limiting the ampliibinn sea otters and is a most profitable..and at limes AUthe beginning of 'ii" century sea otters were killed year near the Aleutian islands in but the reckless hunting has swept them of existence, Ihe Aleutians the tempests are sudden and terrilie. and this in- 'T'.MMja the danger of Iinntfng in Ibis n'-ichborhood. Tho otaries, or seals with bear'a fur almost as liighly prized "5 that of the sea otter and were for- lii'.Tly very numerous in ice-bound re- J-K'iis. Now they are found in some 'iinnber around Cape Horn and the Cape liond Hope, but these Imvo not sneli furs as the seals found in the near Behring strait. Hie method eft hunting1 the seals is curious. thev are asleep I'ne "miters glide along the banks and get lie- them nud the sea. Then, shouting "n-l waving Hags am] umbrellas., they the helpless animals inland like Of jfere they are met by armed with clubs, who ritlnck iu croups of 100 nr 150, killing every blow of tin; club. In -10 days iir-y freipienlly snceeod in slaying th.) seals- permitted by law. 'fliidon is the fur market of the Hie fnr king is C, M. Lumiison. Ili.i J'N.'1-rs purchase Ilic fuVs found all ov.'r world. They are all shipped to Lon- ''filalogned-and then sent auction sales are hold. Within seven days millions of dollars' worth ol! .lrs in distributed lo the fur dealers of world. COOPER'S DUE AM ghosts revisit the best-loved scenes of lifotinio the simile of I'eter Cooper 1 often linger' lovingly .about the au- Building, Cooper Institute, no Jong- merely ii night sohool, for An- Carnegie's donation has made a "niii. mechanics' institute possible. hundred thousand dollars' the Cnruegie has given. Titls "'1-1' wllLgonliiTOlly -to'-ihe ostnhllsh-' ''1' r'r a mechanics1 day. In the. night school; and the oilier long progress then! are Crnlii.O rirtilii.U wliiii j-oli Vniil- ii'iieli- uoiirMillIf; tooit llrlllb 111 Ilikb" f follfc. Soiil by nil jfrircM nail llknl MM! II. Orillii-O l- Iehead and Naval Cadet P. Cronau s detached from the ifarblehead and or- dered lo the Iowa. Assistant Burgeon 0.. -M. Kakius is de- acheil from1 the Naval Academy and 'assed Assistant Burgeon C. JO. Stokes rom the naval hospital. New York, and loth ordered to llie Hull'alo. A.ssislan'f .Surgeon ,1. T. Kennedy is or- ,ered to duty on the Independence, Bussed .Assistant Surgeon B. K. is etached from tile IndepcndQiice and is irdered. lo the naval hospital. Mure Isi- nd, Cal., Assistant Surgeon .T.' Stcpp is letached from the naval hospital, Man sland. and is ordered to 'the Solace, am! 'assod Assistant Surgeon C. .D. II. is detached from the Bolace and or- ered home on Passed. Assistant Paymaster .Tohu Ir- Jr., is detached from the naval sta- 'on, Havana, ami ordereil to the .Buffalo. Paymaster II. E. Stevens he dMached from the Alexandria larch 1-1 and will go to .the mival sta- ion, I-Iavana. Avting. Machinists .1. L. and ,1. 3. Clcarv are ordered to duty on board le Buffalo. Orders have been issued by the Navy 'leparlnienf: for the completion of the vork (in the battleship Indiana by April 0. and on the Massachusetts by May 7. All the ollhrrs of the .Solace have been etached from duly on that vessel and it be put out. of commission at tho fare Island navy, San Fu'jiucisco. .lieutenant Commanders W. It. A. {ooney. K. II. (laltand .T. A. Shearman: Jetitenants A. Gill and M. C. Jorgas anil Paymaster 7i. W. Iteynolds re ordered lo the Mare Island hospital or trealmcnl. Lieutenant It. Spear is rdercd fo accompany a men to ic East, and the following-are ordered omc on waiting orders: Lieutenant 'ommandors .1. C. Gilmore and C. K. "rcelaud, Carpeiilcr J. E. Gill and Lieu, eminls A. W. Dorlcl. AV. V. Bronaugli, G. Quiuby, W W. Buchanan, H. G. rates, L. It. DC Steigner. L. A. Kaiser, A. Boslwick, W. K.-Harrison and M. Kignor. MEXU I'OR mi is Itiil- a di IVoliaiic. lli-enlcfiinl. Oalmeal wilh -Broiled Liver. Crisp Bacon. Crretmed Potatoes. Toast. Cakes. Collee. Llinulivun. Savory Toast. Green Peas with Cream Sauce. Apple (Sandwiches. Tea. Dinner. Giblet, with Iiico -Balls. Baked Ham. Stuffed Potatoes. Apple Sauce. Sliced Tomatoes. Baked Turnips. Crackers ;ind Cheese. Coffee. Cniined VesciuiiloK They should be well washed and then cooked quickly in plenty of water. Drain the wnler off just as soon as the vegetable is done. It is the only way to retain tho green 'color. of freshness. -Bread for sandwiches should be cut very Ihin and only slightly spread with butter. The crusts. should be removed. For fruit sandwiches salt lis (ho only dressing required. For lettuce, cucumber or nut sandwiches use -a light mayonnaise. XIBNU'FOI: SUNDAY. Wm-il? hilt willil, but SCIMU'S ISooli-h I'ruviTli. Ilritnl.l-.IMl. Drieil Dales anil: Whipped Cream. Baked Oysters. Toasteil Mrown Bread. Coffee.. Dinner. Eggs SliifTod witli Water Cress. lieef Tea in Cups. Broiled Chicken. Asparagus on Toast, Lemon Jelly. 1'ried Sweet Polatoes. Crisp BiU'bn. t-'ruit. 'Salad. Maple Ice Cream. Macaroons. Swiss Cheese. Coffee. v. .Suiuier. Fruit. Choeolati! Cake. Deviled Crackers. Slewed 'Ithubarb. H '.Pen.. DcrllKil .Split wilier crank- ers spread with bullei'i1 sprinkle 'with gr'aled .cheese and. cayenne, place In hot oveu mil II cheese is melted ;ind servo 'I'liiinleil llrniviijlri-iiil, Cut: a plnmli loaf- in thin islicc--'. liuller and plaiin In the ni -MI iniiinles or until criKpcd. Keri'e hot on a warm pinto, LIFE. 'A ship that throbs along iu dire distress Till lost in oceans of t'orgetl'ulncss. A tangle of sweet llowers, whose, pein! turn TO ash of iinfullillment In an urn. A wisp of tangled threads, whoso mirte emls No deft hand, joins, no endless eft'oi mends. A.play, whose lickle players merelv grei -And go nnd leave Ihe story incomplete. A. bud that iTpcns brilliant at lli'e Flings sweel perfume a moment and i gone. A brertllrbetween a cradle and a bier, The, blending of a smile, a sob, a tear. A book whose v.-iili each day' Til! Time has read the lale can away. A niask worn till a passing play is donu To'cloak a wraith and hide a skeleton. A lie, whose ghostly 'semblance is con coaled Till-in a shroud'.ils untruth lies revealed A thing that shapes the sod for a brir day- Anil dies and leaves its faithful slav. more clay. A story that is told ere 'tis A song that only whispers and is done. A thing-that chains the lightnings -ant thai stirs The elements its messengers. Lord of the sea and sky, a ruler proud That jiuakirt at storms and trenibles at That comes and goes on wings' a germ .That grows- to lill a grave and feed worm. Folcy, Jr., in Bismarck Tri bnne. FA NCI 1W. robin, once again you're Mid snow and iee -In bring us cheer: You could nor i.-hirp with sublime Had yon lo live North.all the Mini'. Chicago Itecord. what: has become ot youi French "'Why. Harry m-ule Ihe dealer tub' him back: lie didn't understand a word of our Free Press. ''Pid that traveler say we Filipinos are a grc.nl one native with an oxnression ot satisfaction. "No. ajisweml the other. "lie simph said we are a great lol ot Star. thought you had given up eandj during Lent. 1 have; that is. I don't buy any. lint. I sometimes eat it, to oblige peo- ple who give it lo me. [Indianapolis I suppose all those portrait., were handed down lo you by your ances- tors V Ancestors nothing: They were handed down to mo by the auction- Vonlcers Stalcsina-n. d.-inghter painls in the Dutch school, does she notV Mrs. much, she don't. "We pay a quarter to give her pri- vate in: home. Dutch school, iu- I.Philadelphia Keeord. AVas your'aunl glad lo see -yoit. ami Tommy and Frankie and Fred? ma'am. she invite you lo call again? and she [old us f.o bring you and papa and .Susie and 'Hie dog next Life. "Do you believe in flic survival of the asked the friend. "'Of course T "For what' "Because I've got lo. I. don't know enough about il lo nut -jip an argument lo Hie [Washington. Star. "Ami are you quite sure that you wouldn't, mind mo us a said Mrs. Sterlingworth archly, when XIr.   since October, has been slowly regaining, her health for some lime and was enier- lained by .Mrs. William F. Braytoi Wednesday. P The Epworth League mel with Btev and .Mrs. K. S. Ilanintjiul Tuesdav even- ing. Mrs. A. M. Din-fee and .Miss Lulu Carter were guests of .Mr. and .Mrs. Samuel A. Carter Wednesday anil Ihnrsday. -Mr. Oaviil F. .Munro and I'amilv havi1 moved into a house in the lioiuliborlumd of Ihe coal mines, belonging in .Mr. Hen- ry C. Anthony. .Mr. Willard S. I'.rayton. who been confined at I......e wth grip for a week. HVIS out of iloors yesterday. There prob-ably never was su nini.-h work lo be done al Ihe. town clerk's of- fice in ihe same period of time as Ihen has. been for the last few months, i'u the way of recording real estate transactions and similar .business. NEWPORT PIIOIIATI2 NOT3CES. AL 'VourL of l'1-fili.iti' of tln> Citv N'cu-iifirt 111 IttlOlli! on tiio ijily of l-Vlmi.n-v A. II. UJlIll, III ID A. M. Julia H. DciiniMon, of MIL- last ml li.-ita.ncnt. of JI.VIIV- JIuCOlV.lX of -Vtwuorl, iltivarvii, lila lirsl. ami iirav.iiit. of aiiiiiiniHInilion 1111 tin- uf baul in-oircils of sale of mil aiut in-a.vs lliaf llii-ianic iiiay fxniniiinl, llfm-i-il aiut rccordl-il. Il is in-ilsrcil Hint ll.o roiislilmit-nn of saM ai- ciniiit by to .Mondav. ilit; mill ilav of Mardi A. JIKIO, at 10 o'l-l.n-t A. M., al' Ilii! rrolialc Dillco ill thci L'itv Hall. and Iliul nylii.-u bo ID all inti'i-. .sU-il, fiy aflvt'l-liKCIIIi'lu in llailr c'.vs, oiici! a week lit f.n- fnnrl'-rn ilavs. UL'.XCAX A. I'rokilc clerk. Al. tho Cniirt.of I'robale tlf tin- Cilv uf .Newport in lllioili! Island, llul'-len on .Mondiiy, Hie Oith day yf A. 11HJII. uC JU u'vlock in Hie forenoon. W. Tiltou mill rnini-i5 I'd-Uliiun, Of llio hlbt will Illl'l iL-itlllllL-Ill Ut TiiA'l't-'lIMIl. lute of Ncwriirl, ik-wiscil, lu-osi'iil an account sctlmi; out Hie kpu-iix lo out and Hit lirojitrly lo liv lurmM OUT lo re-iijiwrv Inratcn liursu.int lo sai.l Will. Him'ilic Banic may be roiciral ami cunsiJtivil I'.v (his Court, nut tlii-n tin sail witli the reiiorl of Iliis Court lllurcoll, to Ihi. (.'Icrk's oflk-1: of tlit- Apiwllnli! Division of tho Court, in saiil Nuivport scooi-ilinc to It U oruYrfi! th'al tho L-onsiduralion of i-alil lie- ,'OUIlt I'C KlIflTOl to of Murcli A. II. 1900, at in o'oloi-k A. .11.. at" tin: I'rolialc Ollin in ilic Hall, ami Hiat noti-o Ilioroof lie .oivoii I., all IHTWIIS intiT- ftcil, li.v in Hie llally oner, a nl Ifasl. for funrliicn ihivi. IHNIJAX A. I'rohati! Work. At Ha; Cinir'. of 1'roCal" of tin: Cilv of Non-port ia lllioili: Ma ml. liuhli-n on .MoiuiaV, I hi: day of Kobrnary A. U. 1000, at 10 o'olook A. .M. William H. lli-ale. surviving JC.'a-uilor ot the list will and le-itainciil. of ate of Xuwport, ili'iTuwl, ijresenls his fiii-l and in.it iit'connl-. of ailiiiiiiislralion on thf L-SUIIO of said deceased, and prays lliaf. the same may be examined, allowed and recorded. It h ordered thai, tin: consideration of i-aid ac- fount be ri-lirrod lo .Monday. lln: Huh day ol March A. II lilnu, at 10 o'eloi-K A. .M.. :il the 'robale Ollir-r in Hie City Hull. Xewpiiil, and hat nolL-c lln-ivof be u'ivcn lo .-.11 iiersons in- crested, by adverlisi-iiir-iit in the Newport Daily v'-va, once a werk at least, for fourteen davrf. Dl'.VC'AX A. HAZAKI1, IVolmo Clerk. XuTIC'E. 'I'in.' been appointed bv the loilorabh: Coiirl: of Probate of Newport, it. t., Cxcuntriccs of Hie lasl will and leMaineiil of TIMOTHY ,ite of said Xewporl. decea.sed, and having been llialilicd afcordniK In taw, al! peraons claims nijainst Hn.' tolau- of iaid du- lo pl-csnnl tin-in lo Iliein lile Ihi: Kaiii'J n tile oliK-c of the Clerk of sai-l Cmnl iiilhin i.v monllu Irom Hie dale bercof, and in- leliled LO make pavinent to HAN.VAH M. Sft.l.lVAV. C.VTI1EU1N1-: Ksei-ntriees. f., Marcli '2, V.K10. XOTICK. 'Ihe subscriber lieen appointed liv Hie lonor.iblc' Court of I'r.'lnte of ii. 1., of.the will and iotalnelil of AlAliliAIIMT lie of Newport, dei e.ued, and ii.n ini; K'i'll inalilied according to la-.v, leij'.iests alt persons lavinir tin: t-slate "F -s.iid de- lo present them lo Iiiia or 111.: the same in he c.lticc of tin: Clirk at said Ooin-l witliin lonllis from the date liereof, and indebted 0 make pavmeiil lo ISAAC Ki-ceulor. It. I., M.ueli 2, Mil. U tlio Court of Probate- of the iViu of in liliode Islaral, liolden on Monday, Hie 1-JHi d.ly of March A. 1800, al 10 o'eloek A. NI. bnvis Adminislralir wilh llie will Jinexcd on Hie edliite of w. IMXKIIA.U, lie of Xe-.vpol-r. deeeased, his lii-hf. and 'nal aeeonnl of adniinislratton on said lid prays thai .-ame tnav be examined, al- owrd anil iKordid. II is .-inkivil that Hie of saifl ae. ounl be tcfened lo Mondav, Hie dav of April ill 10 o'eloek A. M., al Hie I'lobiUc in ill.; City Mall. Newport, and ihal nolieo hereof given to all persons interested, ad- erti-.: niont iii the Ne.vport. llailv OIK e a al liiiHI, for fourteen days" Ill.'NCAX A. I'robalc Clvrk. I Ha; fonrt of t'robatl; of tin; City of in llhodi; Island, holder, on Mondav, llie IL'Hi day of Marcli A. II. IW.ll, al IU o'eloek A. M. DII Hie petilion. in writim.-. of Job A. I'eek- am presented this day, thai an insli-n- lent in prii-entcd therewith, tin! last will and lestanmil of .IEXMH I'HrivJIAM, ifc Of Xewiiorl, deceased, mav In; proved, ap. roved, -illowid and leeorded, and Ihal lellers st.imonlary on.Hn; c-.'.ate of said deceased may e gr.inted to him, the Kxcctiloi- named Hiercin: II is ordered Ihal the eolisideialn.ti of .said pe- lion be referred lo Monday. Hie I'd dav of pril A. II. al 10 o'eloek A. M., at" Hie robale. otfl.'e'in tin; Cily- Hall, N'eii-port, and int nolire thereof be given lo all in- iiy in Hie Newporl Oaity eus, once a week at .Icjul, ior fonrtieii dav.i. A. l'njliali> Clerk. t the Court of J'roUitc of the of Xeivpoit in l.-lalul, holden on Milulai-, thi> rjtll day of March A. WHO, In 0'o.loek A. M. On Hie petition. In writing, .if Allied f. rcnio .mil Marion W. by Allwrl l'. Crectn: Ih'a day, praying that an JiMlinniint rnesenled tlicrnwilli, lo he i: biM u-ill ami of iiu'i'll' (illKUXH, le of Ni-ivjiorl, deci'ii-ed, may lie proveil up. writ; allowed nnd re.eordrd, and: .iluliicnlnry on the mav Kr.inlnl In Iliem. HioKxeciilm-s named therein': II 1.1 unlwil Mint the eiiiinlilenillon of 'aid in- lion lic.icfoncil to Jlondav. llii> ,ai diivol pill A. at.10 o'clock A. M it' the ro-hale OINce In Ilic. Cily Moll, Xc-M-porl, ami lai mil Ice Hiereof hi! given lo all pewjiH In- i-csled. oy iion-illsenienl in the Xewporl llaily IIMJ, onii. a nl. lra-1, lor. fonrlcen ilav- DIJXCAX A. JIAXAUll, 1'rolmle (.'Ic'rk. The nmi.v.-ilftneil'having- if lion, f.'oni-l of I'robaln ill ml, gnardii-iii Hie pen-on alnt M II.I.I.V.ll .11, -SWIjM'l1'' Inor. of Xewporl. hereby eivn.ns Blulinj uMin-l-mlil KKWPOR'P PKOllATI] .VOTICHS. EXUCfTOUS1 'i'liei niUscrlliers liavlnic been bv Hie Honorable Court of Probate ill K. t., of Ihe lasl will and lo-iatncnl of (JlOOJUiU II. MIHMAX. lull' "t -Mid Xi'wiKin. and liavini; l.ccn aceordinl.; lo Jaw, n-qne.iis all PCI-MHIS InivlliK claims afjaillst Hie e-tate ol said lo presenl tliem to Hieln or nlc Hie same in Hie otllee ot Ilii; Cleik of iviiliin six uionllis from (he d.ite lii-avt. and indebted lo make iiayinenl lo Allllli: Ii. -VIIJMAX. u. .NDUMAV. Kxeclltois. XeivinfM, It. 1., Mareh I'll... lum. AIXMIXISTUArules 'flic snVeribiT havjiii: been appointed bv Hie Honorable C-iurl of 1'iobate of Newport, U. Adnunistrator on the of 'I'KXXAXT 1M1CI4, late of saM and been lo l.tw. reiiiiesi.-i alt PI-I---OIH having elaims .-aid estate to present Ihem to him or Hn- sane in Ha- olliee of the Clerk of ,-aid Ci-in-l williin SIN months from tho dale hereof, and Hioso indeblcd lo m.ike pav- menl to JlWKl'll 11. I'lliK. Adminislrator. Xeivporl. I.. M-ncii [lili. lliwl. Ottk-e Of Iherrobale Clerk oftheCilv of in Jth.idr bland. .March Mb. A." II. JOOO. Marv Cappnei-illie liavliw dav lilnl in (hi, oltiee a I'cliti.ni in wriHne: lo the Conn of I'ro- bate of -aid Newport, Hial .-he is the mother of AXMIO KAHLIOV. a minor under Hie a'_'e of fourteen !ears. resident of said Xewporl: thai Mid is po.-v-i-sscd of eel-lain iici-soii.il piMpertv and Ilial Ihe lallier of said tiiin-M- i-i dci easi d. and prayiiii; she may In; apiM.in'cd linardiali'.f of said minor, and said petitioner having applied lo me lo [rive notice thei-'.-ol in Hie XewiH'it llailv Notice is ticrel.y aivcn lo all pci-a.m intrresl- ed. 1h.il petilion will be ,-onsidered al the Cf.nrl of I'r-.'balc lo be holilen on Mondav Hie dav of Mareh, o'eloek. A. al ihe I'roliate in Hie in said Ncwporl. IH'NCAV Pruliate Clerk. KXKl'UTIilX'S The lii-en bv the Honorable "t" I'r-.'halo of Xewporl. li. 1.. lAeintrh- of the lasl will and testament, ol THOMAS ii. late of ?aid deceased, and having iteen aioimliinr to law, reiptests all persons liaviiiK elaims aiiaia-l the estate of Rlid de- eeaeed to prt-Kenl them to lier or tile Hie same in tin; ofliee -.if Hit: Clerk of said Court six months JIOHI the date hereof, and Uiose indebted to make paynienl lo IIAXXAH IIOIIGK, Km-ulrix. .Newport. It. I.. Mai-ell 'J. 1'JOH. OUAIIDIAN'S XOT1CIC. Tin1 undersigned having been duly iipiioinlcd by the Hon. Court; of 1'roiiale. of Hie Cily of Xew- porl, jrnardiati of the estates' of MAlilOX HAM. LYONS mid I.IDOXAHD L.U 1IAIIO.V LYONS, minors, of Mobile.. Alabama, hereby (rives notice to ait persons haviiiir elaiint! afrains-'l wiid eslaus to present, them within inonlliB fiom the date hereof, nnd those ir.dcblcd to make pavinenl to CI.AHK HUltDICK, Cuanlinn. Xewport, II. I., February M. 1IW. 1'oitTs.Moii'j'ii OHiee of (hi; l.'lelk of the Probate I'om I of Hie of I'oi-lsinonth, in the Klale of llhlKli; Island, Mareh M A. II. MOIL .laeob -Mmv, (Inardiau ot the Person and Kj- of minor eliild. KIIXA C. AI.1IV Iliis day tiled in this olliee Ids lirsl- anil a'ddre--ed lo Coni'l lo lie Town Hall in said I'oilsiiinolli. ,ni .March -III, A. JflOII ill I o'clock I1. M.. that the --line n.av I.....Mowed with i n-ipiesl lo me tin- (-ten-: of'said Conn pievious notice of tile 111 purport be pnllli--lled for tonrleen liiiys onee a -II least in Hie New- lioil Daily Wll.l.l.VM F. 11IIAVTIJN. t'lob.ite Clerk. 0111......f Clerk of llie Probate Cniiit of the Town of t'oVt.siijoiilh. in Hie Slate of ltln-de Nland, March 11. A. II. mid. .laeob Ahoy. of Hie Person and Ks lale of his minor eliild. AI..MV IIM this day filed in Hiis olliee his first slid Una! nel-onni.willi Hie estate of llis sjiid ward and ad- ili-esfed to said Court 10 be li'dden al the Town Hall in said Portsmouth, on Friilay. Marcli :W, A. Itioti at I o'eloek, 1'. M.. Ihal the same may IK; allowed, with ,1 l.i me Hit Clerk of -Haid C-inrt Hint previous of tiie tiling and pmpiri Hienof Iw pnblislied f..r foin-leen days onee a week at leasl in the ?v'ewport Uaily News.. IVH.I.IAM f. llliAVTOX. Probate Clerk. Al the Court of Probate "f the Town l-f Ports- mouth, in Hie Stale of Illiode liiand. holden on .Monday. March A. II. nnd. Mr. .Joel Peekliam, Adminislrator of Llie es- tate of Al. M.VXCHK.S'l'IOIl. late of said PorlsinniiHi. deiea-nl, prc.-enls lii-i lirsl: iitid r.i-al acconnl with slid estate for al- 'I'lie --anie is reeeived and rifeii-i-d I'm- coii'-id- In Hie Courl of Pi'.bale lo liolden al tho Toivn Hall in said I'oiKmonlli .....In; "Olh .lav of Mav-ll A. 11. at I ..'cc'ek 1'. M.; .mil it 'is ordered by said Court Hi.il previous nolii-.; thereof be published for fourteen dav.- onee a vi-ek al least, in Hie XewiMirf Uailv News. WILLIAM 1-'. lillAYTil.V. I'robale Clerk. At. Hie C.....-t. of Probalc of Hie Town of Purls- month. :n the Klale of liliod.- 'Island, iiolden I'll Monday. .March l'i..A. HUH- Mr. Constant fJiiardian of Hie Ivs- tate of Ids minor nephew, HA It I, II. I'KCKIIA'M, presinl.s hi.-i petition in Mrilintj for imthovity to sell at private sale, onf: sixtli part of IMo ecil-iin of real cutalo, .situated in Ihe said 'lown of TVrtsmonlh of wbjeh ijls said ward TH and as follows, to llrsl parrel of real eplale. eonlflin.i (bout. IDS aeres more or less, wilh tivo Hon.5.'., li.irori and "Hier aiid improve- ni-nis Hiei-isin. and Xorllierlv on lands >Mlro. II.. Xorman. .leee.isrd, or Ih'e- Xafourt Wafer of Uitliam .1. Croneher, and of Marian Kiss-in and oliiei--. on landi of aid Mpi-ian Sisson and and of William L. Sisson; rio-alherlv. mi Kniini Slnvt and mi land .f Thomas and William and on lands- of Thomas and William K. Coajros- lall. and of O.-oree Xorman. or the Water Works, or howev-e.r otiierulse nmded. rl'ii( p.neei of real estate con- ins abolil Hve and "lie half and is nmihsl Xortlieilv on .-aid 1'oion street; Kislrr. e bj- land of Heiiien F. Hall; So.illicih by landi f Hie Water Works, and llie llevi-ees f Kiluanl Almy (ha cased and Wc.lerlv bv land said doiincs of K.hvard Alniv or bouever otherwise bound, d. The same i.4 reeeived and reform! to Ihe Court "f I'robale lo ba holden at ho Town Hall in said Porlsmonth on I'ndav, lie HOIli dav of Mareh, A. U. 1000. at 1 o'clock M.; and'il is ordered by 
                            

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