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.. , , FAitM AND GATRDEN.
. AQRltULTURAL INFORMATION OF IM
,4'ERESf TO RURAL READERS. 1
Fonftry Houae Described Which After
Btrvrral Years' Trial la Btcoanuxltd
a Combining Mors Adnata Than
Do Soma of tha EUbont Straetarea.
The home tniulo poultry honseepicted
w described as follows by Prairie Farmer:
The main building in 14 or 16 feet long
and 5 feet wide. Front post 8 feet high,
rear pouts 0 feet high. The floor is 2
. feet from ground, above which is a drop
door, running the entire length of the
. building, 18 inches wide. Eighteen inch-
ea below the roof is the window, which
is made by naing two pieces of -inch
ceiling, placed 8 or 10 inches apart, with
the panes of glass slid into the grooves.
They shonld be placed close together in
winter, but in summer can be slid a few
inches apart to admit air. A few slats
shonld be nail.nl back of them to pre
vent accidentM from domestic evictions.
Tho rooetSt are 3 feet above the floor,
18 or 20 inchea apart, and are secured
at the ends by nails. The laying room
is attached to the north end, which
affords a double- protection to tho
.. sleeping department, beside being very
convenient for a storeroom. Its advan
tages are that in gathering eggs or look
ing alter "sitters" yon are in a clean
room, and do not have to disturb the re
mainder of the flock. This part may be
made 10 feet long and 5 feet wide, ex
. tending it several feet in front of main
building, to serve as a wind break. The
furniture consists of anything at hand
ild boxes, half barrels, etc. In the
basement is the winter feeding place.
It is a protection during rain and storm.
By putting in slatted partitions you
CONVENIKST HOME MAlE POII.TRY norsK
have a jail for surplus sitters, also a
place to confine mothers with brood,
which when old enough can go upstairs
to roost. The droppings can be taken
out at the drop door. All you have to
do is to raise it, and with a hoe rake out
the manure into a wheelbarrow, rephice
straw, litter or dry earth, and you will
find it u pleasure to take care of your
Spring I'wlntlllna; of.iteea.
At the annual meeting of tho Inter
national Litvkoepers'iissiieitttion the ques
tion was askcil, "Is spring dwindling
greater when I we are wintered iuside
than out of di sirs'" A. I. Root said
that when the liees were wintered out of
doors and hail a chance to tlv every
mouth they came out stronger and were
better able to go through April. K. R.
Root thought that the loss from spring
dwindling was greater when wintering
indoor, as th Iwes in the cellar were
often suffering front the temperature
being too hot or tuo cold a matter over
which the Iwekeeper had Ijtit little con
trol. John Nan sai.l that in severe
winters the Iwes wintered better indoors,
in mild winters out of doors. He did
not put hi bees in the cellar miles the
temperature got very low early in the
winter. R. M. Knight ha.l wintered both
ways for about ten years, and found that
they dwindled more when wintered in
the cellar. He thought the cause was
the lack of proper ventilation to the
cellar. II- thought the weak looking
condition of tho Iwes wintered in the
cellar was tine to tht-ir ill health, owing
to the lack of pure air tinting the con
finement, lie thought, however, that in
hard winters cellar wintering could be
carried on with less loss than outdoor
Maintaining Fertility of Ihe Farm.
In au address before one of the New
York fanners' institutes Secretary Vo id
ward liad the following, to say un main
taining fertility of the soil:
"Rotation will not save land. It puts
e& '.he calamity of exhaustion. It simply
walizcV.ve.t:joof e.tlrinstion. It is
said 'tillage is tuaiiiw.' Tillage tinea mn
add any manure. It works it out f.Lstt-r.
Weeds are belter than bare land. Sum
mer fallowing is a very expensive proc
ess. I hail rather grow weeds and plow
them under. It would be Iwtter for the
land. Ii.ire land lnsos its ammonia. Sow
rye in the rnni to conserve the fertility.
Naked earth is a losing earth. How shall
we make fertility We can do it by the
pnrchasu of commercial fertilizers; but
this system is t'vi firstly, unless for swcial
crops. Another way is by means of .-.table
manure. "1 have," Mr. Wis n1 ward said,
"banished the word barnyard from my
vocabulary. A barnyard is a nuisance.
My stable manure paid me last winter,
by feeding stock, over f I a load profit
over and a)ove all it cost. I buy cotton
seed and linseed meal, middlings and
bran, arid my manure comes from these
fls fed to animals. By tuis system the
farm is getting richer all the tune."
The Ite.t Ouallty of Katun.
The best quality of bacon cannot, lie
made of meat that is not well drained of
its blood, says American Agriculturist.
Meat that is intended for the U-st quitl
ity of bacon should lie thoroughly bled,
and butchering, by which act the main
artery is cnt. does this in the mtist ef
fectual ami speedy way. It ritLs the
meat of the largest percentage of blood,
and leaves it in that condition that is
best for curing and keeping well.
Herein lies a defect, and a serious one,
in much of the ordinary bacon and salt
pork of the day. It is not divested of
its blood. In fart, it is no doubt the aim
with most packers to retain tho blood
in order to have the meat weigh heavier.
Thi:l practice, opposed as it certainly is
to both Script iim and sound hygienic
rules, cannot lw too severely condemned.
The old Jewish law striotly forbids the
eating of blood, and doubtless some of
the diseases ami ilW of mankind at the
present day might Is- traced to the blood
retained in the flesh when slaughtering!
CATTLE IN A STAMPEDE.
electing beeves is the most scientiiic part
or ranch work-engage September, Ot to
ter, Jvovemlier and part of December of
"ch year. The beef herds, aggregating
4.000 to G.miu head of ,.,.,, , chars
i? 0u",it " n,""'t ' '"'. including
the Urns and i,,k, betake themselves to
a convenient shipping point, sometimes iiuu
Ii . i ".'", 'il""a- Thl" "rsion h
-Pfrit of t he cattle, w,., , ,,w
Jot, of l,u -... Ilot UIIfrallllht wjt,
3 ain,w,le, are tlie ru,. rMU
than the revere. ,, mmwtinwH re '
ISSrfr.,B h."r"" " l un.iiZ
.iJTe.1 . " !''i",ri" ar usually as
ZZ,,t ""nt "UlM ""d ! of
abundant a,.,, full r ,ri " lN-:w1;
, the aboriginal intent to permit a lJr t
wind its Suable lenr
eoMeetmi. in vogue with tl.,., oflicials of
aavage revenue was simple and compete
Som dark and qoto, ni!lj. ,,,
rulers out on benl would be u,mM ,l
the spectacle of every one of their horned
ward, springing u, ms f.s-t, and pausing
but one brief second to get the general di
rection go scampering Into the gloom with
Kraat fervur. The cause was easily f,1Dll.
An Indian had crawled np on an un
guarded flunk and Hupped blanket A
most effective Hup, indeed, that puffed into
udden motion llflu.uuo worth of beef by
its one small breath.
.Th eilu1 f ajtumpede is the recollec
tion of the herd. From the first Jump of the
first steer the cowboy, as dauntless as a
Cossack and blindly true to his trust, goes
with tho herd. Xo man ever takes a more
dangerous jaunt. The night as dark as
Egypt; the country new and unknown;
, perhaps at any second to go leaping from a
-precipice or crashing np against a wall of
rook; cattle, terror mad, charging on all
sides, the certain result of a fall being a
crushing by the galloping hoofs of the
herd.;. Still this American Arab never
halts nor wavers, but with rein held high
and loose, and spurs bloody to the boot,
whirls bis half broken broncho through at
thirty miles aTfcliour.
t How cattle and men end a stampede
alive is one of the mysteries of the craft,
but they do. As showing these trips not
altogether lacked in safety I might add I
never knew a cowboy to achieve ten years
of service without recalling one broken
limb at least and sometimes two or three.
The purpose of the riders in a stampede
is, by lying well up and forward on one or
the other side of tne herd, to turn or Btop
the cattle. This, even if successful, is
slow, and is bound to involve a ten mile
run at least. By that time one cause or
another has more or less split the herd
into bunches and many of the cattle are
lost. The next few days and sometimes
weeks are devoted to scouring the coun
try and roundiug up the herd again. Here
is where the recreant native who caused
the whole trouble gets in his dusky work.
He presents himself at yonr camp and
pleasantly proffers his services to help col
lect the renegades at a dollar a head. As
you are almost sure he has hidden a bunch
of a hundred or so np some canyon where
no white man can find them, you subdue
your six shooter, which leaps and throbs
in its scabbard to kill him off, and hire
him. The poor Indian, with his fellows,
frequently makes several hundred dollars
out of a stampede and saves four or five of
your best steers for personal beef besides.
Kansas City Star.
The Ducking Stixil Kevirrtl.
Mrs. Annie Pope, of Toronto, has a free
bath ahead of her with trimmings. She
been committed for trial as a common
scold, the punishment for which is the
ducking stool. The charge upon which
Mrs. Pope will I tried is something im
posing anil may lie held up toother women
as a warning and example. It sets forth
that she is "a common and turbulent
brawler and sower of discord anions her
quiet and hone-it neiglilsirs. so that she
has become a public n ii.-:mce to her neigh
borhood by her scolding, quarreling and
inciting strife, cent .rto-rrsh-s. i,uarrelsand
disputes among her majesty's liege people
agninxt the peace of our lady the queen,
her crown and dignity, to the common
nuisance of divert of her majesty's liege
subjects." Toronto le tter.
Thelne 1 the !tltmtnH lart of Tea.
Theino is a near relative of cocaine, an
alkaloid with powerful nnest het ic projier
tles. A little cocaine put into a throat
which is red and inflamed will bluneh
it so as to appear alisolutely bloodless,
so great is its effect in producing con
traction of the blood vessels. Theine takeu
into the stomach produces a similar effect,
only not. quite so bad. Is causes contrac
tion of the blood vessels of the stomach,
diminishes the secretions, paralyzes the
nerves and lessens the activities of the
stomach. The gastric juice is not poured
out in so large quantities and is less potent
in its offices. So with the manufacture of
peptones. The contraction of the blood
vessels also prevents nroper absorption.
Lecture by J. H. Kellogg, M. D.
rileene It Densely Poputatftl.
Mr. Ailametz has just made some mi
croscopic researches upon the microscopic
organisms that inhabit cheese. From an ex
amination by Emmenthal, of a soft variety
of Uruyere cheese, he h:is obtained the fob
lowing results: In each gramme of the
cheese, when fresh, from W.OOU to 140,0ml
microbes are found. This number increases
wit h t i me. Th us. a cheese 71 tla vs old con
tains Si,(i liacteria per granime. Tho
population of a soft cheese 25 davs oltl ami
much denser than the preceding is l.aw.ono,
and that of a cheese 4." days old is S.ia.tii)
microU-s per gramme. New Orleans Pica
yune. A Xw Process of Stainine; Class.
A new method of obtaining stained gl.iss
is done by a process of print ing. The de
sign is emlsssed on an iron plate, on
which a lump of hot glass is rolled until it
takes the form of the plate on which the
pattern is cast. The sunken lines are then
tilled with enamel anil the whole plate is
tired. This process obviously does away
with the ue of leads, is rapid in its execu
tion, and has the additional advantage
that the design may be repeated as often
as it may be required. New York Tele
gram. Ids Seamanship.
Mrs. Newbride My hn-band and I are
going for a cruise iu the Kockoyles' yacht.
Mrs. Tangle How nice!
Mrs. Newbride Yes. Henry is very fond
of yachting, and he is getting into train
ing already. He told me last night that he
had been splicing the main brace. Mun
"1 11 sell yon the first
and the second for fcynou.
lot for !,0X,
l.ut the second is a
poorer lot than
"I know; but the sale
will put up prices treme
of the first lot
ndously in the
Tramp I understand that a jxicket
btjok containing 20,000 has Wn found
on the street and you have g. .t it here
I lost it.
Police Justice You! yn.lt pr,Mf have
you got that you lost it?
Tramj This big hole in my pocket.
u rine an Ailment.
Uncle What in creation
jumping altont th.it way for?
Niece (from Itnn-rm a self con
stituted Isiard of health engaged in
stamping ont disease.
Niece M foota asleep. New York
"What aiis .Tone?"
says lie is suffering from dyspep
?pHc,hH a"e8n't look Hk d-.ludg,--
tiS- m,,,n ia' -
riming Hi, Whereahonta.
"I have always wondered," said the
newly arrived missionary to the genial
cannibal, "what became of mvnw
"Oh, he," returned the cannibal, "he
hss gone into the interior." Life.
Away with Fear.
Fair Traveler I do not seo how you
cowboys Iwcome such wonderful rittvrs.
CowImiv Sometimes, mum, wo run
out of terbacker a hundred miles away
from camp.-Street & Smith's Good
It U a Kulaks
To try to cure catarrh by using local in.
Plications. ftttarrh i. not . l i t,...
- " . n iwdi um A
constitutional disease. It is not a rii.
ase of the man's nope, but of the man
therefore, to ffet : '
constitutional remedy like Hood . Sarsa.
r-. u;u, acting mrougn the blood,
reaches every part of the system, expeK
ing the taint which causes the diseaie
and imparting health.
The proprietors of Ely's Cream Balm
remedy for catarrh, colds in the head and
hnl feVer--, 11 ta not a hW' ' nuff.
but is easily applied Into the noetrils. It
gles relief at once. aoes.
A WOMAN'S CLUB HOME:
GRAND RAPIDS, MICH., CONTAINS
Sketch of Its Birth, Growth and Present
Success Thoroughly Equipped with ,
HulldtiiB Beautifully Furnished II
Oue of the most prosjierous and useful
women's clubs in the United States is lo
cated at Grand Rapids, Mich. Grand Kan
ids is one of the handsomest cities in the
west, aud contains hosts f handsome
women. But the womeu are not satisfied
with being handsome; they insist on being
cultivated as well. Hence it is that their
club is not a mere social organization, a
means for exchanging choice gossip,
but a literary club; and hence it is, too,
that it has grown until there is no room
for it to grow any more. In fact it became
so large several years ago t hat it furnished
sn "overflow meeting," and the "West
Side Ladies' Literary club," another sim
ilar and prosertiis organization, was
formed. Now, agaiu, it has grown until,
like mi athlete, it must reduce its propor
tions to secure ils greatest efficiency.
The Ijidies" Literary club, of Grand
Rapid, is the outgrowth of a class in his
tory formed among the women of Grand
Rapids by Mrs. 1 It. Stoue. of Kalama
zoo, a woman who hus been instrumental
iu forming several other women's clubs in
the west. The history clitss wa-J disbanded
in the winter f IS7 1-72, but the taste for
study hail been excited. A meeting of six
women was held at the residence of Mrs.
S. I Fuller, a wealthy woman widely
known for her originality aud culture as
well as for her charity. These six women
formed themselves into a club.
THK l l.ril IS Ol:o.M2KI.
Mrs. Fuller drew up a constitution nud
issued a cull to the women of the city who
were interested in the project to join the
chili. About thirty responded. The lirst
regular meeting was held in April, isri
The memliersliip soon reached Urn. Since
that time the growth of the club in num
bers nud in influence has been steady. Tho
present memliersliip is over 500, and em
braces not only many women of wealth,
but many without wealth, women in
society and those not in society. The aver
age attendance at. the meetings, which are
heltl every week, is about The ladies
believe that with a membership of more
than .VW the club cannot work to so good
nn advantage as' with a smaller number.
They have decided accordingly to limit it
to 500. Xo new memlcr will be received
therefore until the number falls below 5tl.
Dec. Ill, 1SS7, was a red letter day for the
club. That day the ladies dedicated a club
house, erected under theit own direction
for their own exclusive use. Up to that
time, although they had a library of nearly
1,0 volumes, a large and choice collection
of photographs, a piano, a considerable
amount of furniture aud other parapher
nalia fur club housekeeping they had oc
cupied rented rooms. Living in rented
rooms did not satisfy these progressive wo
men. They decided to buy a lot and build
n house of their own. The building fund
comprised si.si in the t re.isu ry. an annual
Income of r.oi and a relentless determina
tion. The list mentioned item was the
principal resource, for it was convertible
into several times ss much cash as both
the others combim-d. Al-it was purchased
on Sheldon si net, oneof the finest streets
in tho city, and July ISO, 1-07, the corner
stone of the new club house was laid. Five
months later the house was dedicated
THK t I I II llol sK.
The clubhouse is two stories i 11 height
at the front, with a lofty single story in
the rear for the main IihII or auditorium.
It is built of Amher.it iO.) Milestone and
Grand Rapids repressed brick, with terra
ctitta trimmings, sh to roof, stained glass
nud French plate glass windows. At the
from on the lirst floor the main entrance
iiei!s intoalarg.; reception hall, with s
handsome, broad, winding staircase lead
ii-'ll to the lltiller room " as tlio l,..li
designate what Mnl, m,.n would call a
iianipier nun. liacn of the stairs on the
north side is a commodious aud convenient
toilet room. At the left of the main en
trance, 011 the lirst floor and frouting tht
street, is the club library, a room about
twenty-five feet square. The library opens
into the auditorium, a mom about tiftj
feet square, with a ceiling twenty-one feet
high, embracing a dome and skylight at
the center. At the further or west end of
the auditorium is a large stage, flanked by
dressing rooms. The door of the audito
rium is slightly inclined toward the stage.
It is covered with a handsome body Kru
sels carpet, in which asoft, yellowish brown
is the prevailing tint, harmonizing perfect,
lywith the lieautiful decorations of the
ceiling and dome. The library is finished
in oak, and is also elegantly decorated
The colors are darker than those of the
auditorium, but, are complementary to
them. A love the mantel in the audittv
urn is a beautiful plate glass mirror of the
full w idth of ihe m.-iiitel, while in the li
brary the oaken tnel above the mantel
lienrs the word ' Rooks" in hold, carved
letters, surrounded by a scroll, on which
is the text, Round these our pastimes and
our happiness will grow."
THK WEEKLY MEETINGS.
A regular meeting of the club Is held
every Ait unlay afternoon and lasts two
hours, except during the heated term
when n vacation is usually taken or the
meetings are limited t., ,,e hour. As pro
vided by the constitution of the club the
first meeting i each month is devoted to
the ti.iisideraiioti of subjecLs pertaining to
ait and literature, to be brought before the
club by a committee of three who serve
for a periiMl of three mouths. For the sec
ond .Stturd.iy of the month a similar com
mittee furnishes topics on education, and
for the third Saturday imother committee
furnishes subjects in history. The meet
ing of the fourth week is in'chaige of an
entertainment committee," and whenever
his committee furnishes an evening's en
tert.nnment not only do all membersof the
club have a standing invitation, but each
llnv- Ir "'T"?" """ to accom-
Iiny her 1 he hours for entertainment
are fron, . to lo p. ,. Tlle entertainment
generally inclu.lcv pl.a s, music. reaVl
recitation,, etc. :.l, ,.,! n-fTOhmeS
The programme com,,,,, ,
work .sys.cm,.L:l,iy and care u 'ad
copies arc printed and distributed amono
members ,1, advance. ,uh givu g .eXr
a clmm e ,0 study , he subject- MtueTr
pre-cntHU.,,, t the c.b.-..hiCaso TrU
Among the various charity societies of
Moscow here is one for the endowment of
poor brides. The funds of the societ v r.
constantly increased by the gift or be
quests of benevolent persons, hut only the
interest of the money is used for the deaiir
nated pnrnosc. - .
We offer one hundred dollars rew- lur '! llolu in his fro"t 5"ard
f or any case of catarrh that cant , ".a Ii "V'hat are you doing?"
pnretl kir t.blni, rr.ii-. 1-1.. l m
P. J. CrknetiSs Co.. Props..
We, the undersigned, . rif
F. J. Cheney for the Use 11 i L
and believe t-i.ner,T honi.VJ
business mmf twouuarta a . Crt
to e.rr Vi to Chicairo: hlJln-TVJ' 'Jhll
firm. " M- r&
WAI.DIJ, JrKlTTOAH & MliW
Prngf-ists. Toledo. O.
Per bottle. Sold by
The deJil k.. "
ll IBI'.!. HI th. . iw
St. Paul inspired.
noWiy.f-nlin.Ua be of
r""'UtB. HII II II It tr Int.lJ. .
be had for 50c. It ta easiu m-U .Cn
the nostrils, is safe and
curinm th m,t .w..i..r " 'sJ
relief at ca,e W,
Hard uami Murk...
.!.!" PTr. ,lon f?r .tbruciu, C01l,,
oeuverea within city jmjU 2V
per ton discount for cash. Indian. blfS
tOOand Cannel coal SS per ton delivered
one ton; carrying in 25c per ton extra.
E- Q. Phazbb.
Go's I ue ttoCK "'and Ice
o. outfit, began deliwing ice Not
Balm. Pleasant 7p.imin.?d CreM1 W -cure
for catarrh and cob? ? lld. ,ure I Teicher:
DELICIOUS, STRENGTHENING TO THE NERVES.
c ana conee cheer but
"BEST A GOES FARTHEST."
It simulates and nourishes as none other, leaves no bad
effects and is a flesh-former of the most approved type
MOUTKIPS COCOA . . . ' 3 1
It with ! mm imZ.2ZZ?rTtmZ? '
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; BlTrVVLO P RAIRIE.
Bofka jo?a. rant, Dec. 8 1 .
One young man came home from dg.
ini Ion dance with a broken cart.
Mr. pinion Fox ta bnildioe a new
house. This looks a little suspicions
The election waa quite a fizzle io this
ton One of the most popular republican
bid a horse tale on election day, and be
most likely thought tbe election no good.
Mr. Win. H. Kistler is kepi busy banting
ws ter for bia stock. If this dry weather
continues some of our people will get
drj before apring. as water is scarce in
Mr. Nicholas Lenz has sold bit farm, of
odo hundred and sixty arret to Mr. Atm
Btjmm for $9,800. which is tbe highest
pri -e ever paid for a quarter section in
thm neiehborhood. K it one of tbe best
improved farms on tbe prairie, having
good buildings and a number one fish
pond which is well stocked with German
csrpand cuanal cat and bat, and about
seven feet of watet. which is holding out
pretty well for this dr? season.
HrixsDAije. Dec. 28.
after spending two weeks with friends
ben. return d home Tuesday.
Prospesta are pretty good for a new
carpenter in town from tbe supply of
tools recently purchased bv some of our
HAPPENING EVERY DAY.
A Patlirtle Inritlent from the Streets el
a Great City.
ease, sir " nlaintivelv hetran tbA
little boy, "can you"
No," ronghly answered the man ad
dressed, brushing the lad aside and pasa
I re wan a pule, delicate, child, nurt
ured, mayhap, in a home that had once
I" a a home of lnxnry. Mid all unused
as yet to the cold nntl heartless rebnits
that a selfish world bestows too oft on
its suffering jswr. Loving hands, jier
I nj s only au hour ln-fort. had curhsl his
;:ol leu hair, turned down his white cot
1 ir iac- his faKsl but clean jacket, and
l iik-ed in his breast pocket the spotless
hat ilLctvhief that Iieeistl out at its top.
I i" nig liuiit rs had im-ndetl oh. so enre
I'.l'.y! the worn jih.ces in the Knees of
i-i;-. s'its l,iii;;s. tied the bits f ribbon
fit:: i ncin led his t-l.-ndor mrk, nn-1 his
lx -k w.-is yet warm with the imprint of
a ii other's tender Wis.
"' Jl.'!t.-e. sir," be murmured, stepping
op i auot ht r pass! rt y, "will you"
"Vti-i shameless iiule ra-scal!" inter
rt!p:.tl the iinfndpig wretch, scowling
ill 1 nu. "If 1 were a pt ilit-eiiian 1 shoni.l
run you iuT
, Tiie blood riislwl to lht Iwiy's pale
i he.'k, and he hxiktHl for a moment as if
lie were going to cry. but by a strong
effort he held back the tears and paced
i-ticc and forth on the sidewalk. He
lool ed longingly tit the glittering display
of holiday goods in Ihe shop fronts, and
the tempting array of rsmUins that the
cou ecriotier:; hail i-niiuiiigly arranged in
their windows, stamped his feet to
warm them, breathed on his blue and
lien milled fingers, and his little frame
hivpred us a cold blast struck him and
aim wt blew him from the walk.
Slionld he give it up? No! Thedannt
less soul of the boy spoke through his
tli-sl ling eyes and glowed in the flush that
rose to bis thin cheeks. He had the right
o happiness that life confers upon us
all. He mailt one more trial.
"Mister." he said resolutely, walking
f.p 1 1 a man who was standing in a door
way, "can't y' giiiimy a match t' light
dm yer gol blamed cigarette stump?"
Chii ago Tribune.
Tlir Mluilr' tVoning.
fTht story of it-1
Ol 1 Mrs. Wiggins (at sewing circle)
I tel you, I seen it with toy own eye.
Jest after he passed my bouse t looked
out, an' there he was a-huggin' gat fer
all hts wuz wnth, th' bippercrit!
fThe truth or it.
i Parson Goodenow Pm very sorry,
Thm las. to hnv f,,nnl .,u ,,r
tkjts euioking a cigarettt:. but now that
it litis iiiimV yon ill I will simply take
yon home and leavo yonr conscience to
pnnL:h you. Jndge. 1
Would Savo Trouble.
A i imminent citiaen was seen digging
omg tome cue
ners to throw them in a little
"ma wiiitTlt-r tuu 1 enn-
uKe u iKind for bim n. .
V :.f . u,y IUJ,ow. and I want to assist
1 it I Can. Thiu w,r. rll
UlV f tmnlila " A -1- m .
wn and dread attend the naa of moat
tan n remedies. Unuida and anufta ara
nnit asant as wtll as daiumrona. Klv'a
Jreata Balm is safe, pleasant, easily ap-
u mio me cosiriis, ana a sure cure.
m , ! wo ummu uuniiBinsi ana ne
F . "c"iane, ging relief at
What are tbe acricultursl
cu of Ireland T Tommy: Potatoes
Pbysitnaa Have TamnA n.t
That a cantsmiuatioa sad tonigu lamant In ta
bklOd.ileVluDCli tT InrilmailnB t- IK- -
rheomt tism. This MtUet anon the aauitl.. ..h.
KnUoe eoverlnc of tlx masclea and llguncnta
i tMie t jinw, csaaing eotuUnt sod ihlftmg pais,
nfCTegatlng at a ealearaons. chalky onnu
wf prodacas stiff new and dlstorUoB of the
joi S. No fact, which ezperlance has deatoa
ti d laragard to Roatettar's Stomach BltUrs.
ha tl l miter aTdnce to aapporttaaa this nana
a Ula atetliciiM of cotnprehenalvo aaaa
cli . the formidable and atroelona diaaaa
Ui on-MHirelreauhliihtHt that It la preferable
1 I miitfiiy a need to arrest it, aiaea the
rX SJ001' sainlarr Irurrcdianu, It
J Wedr foi maltrial ferara. aonatl
r kidney and blatMar ailawnt.
oraera. Sas that rtm get toe
do not nourish. They even
nervous system, indeed
M UU I'M BTK.
Tbe question has been asked. "In what
respect are 8t. Patrick's pills better than
any otherf Try tbem. Vou will And
that they produce a pleasanter cathartic
effect, are more certain in their action,
and that tbey not only pbysie, but cleanse
the whole system and regulate tbe liver
and bowels. For sale at 555 cents per
box by Hartx & Babnsen, druggists.
Pie doen't produce tbe best types of
men. but in a printing office tbe bett of
men often produce pl.
It is said will sell anything, this is
true in a measure; but for staying
qualities,- merit is the test. Extensive
advertising may sell anything where
It is new or uuknown, but after it
comes into general use, it is judged
according to its worth. The continued
end steady growth of Swift's Specific
Is the best evidence of it excellence.
It is most popular where it is best
known. Every bottle sold, sells ten
others. Everyone that takes it be
comes its friend, and recommends it
to their acquaintances.
Treatise on Blood and Skin Disease
Swift Spccinc Co., Atlanta, G
Has secured as Contributors
During the Ensuing
W. D. Howells. R. Louis Stevenson
George Meredith. William Black.
Andrew Lang, W. Clark Russell.
St-George Mivart, H. Rider Haggard.
Rndyard Kipling, Norman Lockyear,
And ninny other lftiiiga!ht-d Writern
The Sunday Sun
for Ihe coining twelY m mthn, will print more
ncwe and tcore ftrr liit-ratare of tho tau-ht-l
rhmstid by the mot 4iiini;nlhrtlt-r rnutrmpo
rary wiitrr. than any perlu-ticsl la the t'nited
Price So a Copy. By Mail $2 a Year.
Address THE SUN. New York.
m acms or
1200.00 and Upwards
For sale, secured on land worth from
three to five time the amount
of the loan.
Interest T per M seial annually, collected ana
remitted frae of charm.
E. W HURST,
Attornky at Law
Moont I and hi aeon Ic Temple,
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
'hapet and brat place In the paMr for
"Lout," "Male" and 'Rent notice.
Only one-half cent a word, everybody raade this
column. Try It.
ATOLNU MAN WANTS TO (KT A PLACE
to da ebons for bia board this winter .
Nic:ly FrnvtsniD room for two
Itentiemea at Uft Twentieth elracl.
TTV'K KENT Mr mldrnre
AT bvtwt-vn Ktrventh anil Twelfth atreeta.
ronniM. with all modern imfirovi-mrnfit.
K) lw OKOHUE M'DaFER.
WANTE1V-A Drat -claw Crneral Manairer tor
this city and vit-inlty to inundnra the-t-haw
Plan" of Accident Insoranra It enmhinre all
the adraniafee of the "old line" and tlie
tnal" ayatems. Trrma moat liberal; addrrtia
W. D. CHASM, ecy, Oeneva, M. T.
ATTORNEY AT LAW Office with J. T. Kan
worthy, 17 second Avenue.
JACKSON A HCRST,
ATTORKCTR AT LAW. Office la Rock I aland
MaUonal Bank Bonding, Hock la land, IU.
a. d. ewiiitiT. o. L WALBBJU
SWEEMTT Jt WALKER,
ATTORNKY8 AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW
Oace In Benftalon'a block. Rock Inland. 111.
McEMRY A McEMRlT,
ATTORNEY'S AT LAW Loan money on rood
aeenrity, make collections, Kefarrace, M Itch
all A Lynde. bankers. Offiee In Poatofltca block.
THE DAILY ARVCS.
FOR 6ALK KVKHY KVKNINO at Cramp ton's
Mews Stand. Five cents per copy.
DBS. RUTHERFORD BUTLER,
GRADUATES OF THE ONTARIO YETKRNA
ry collee-e, Velernary Phratoiana anp 8urKron.
Ofnosi Tindail-a Lirery statilr; Realdsnce: Over
Aatsrs Bakery, market square.
WM. 0. KULP, D. D, S.
OFT1CK REMOVED TO
Booms M, t7, 39 and ,
Take Elevator. DAVENPORT, IA.
Protect Your Eyes.
ICARlOlf OPTICAL CO'fl
Spectacles and Eyo Glasfta
fl and 1 Maiden Lane. W. Y. Braneh: Marlon
"Ind. For aala by T. M. Tnomaa. Uraralst
Island, ill. aap. a
J. M. GASPARD,
Library Bofldlng, Davenport, Iowa, Call for
tlmales and see work be tors (Olnf to Chlca(o
'liTi iaaaar ""iinikittrrtia.
aiM ltTlllht mrHl kl
f Awrmw m t SO K. ,hl. K.
y-sciircmn (fir act sitnattst
r - - - " ca.iba aita. .
yfLlT'lli tw.ii 1. ir It..t.lli l. r-. k Li
J" t,t im u hum h im Hioaoi nasaum.
V7i. Vr.' ro Imii), I. ria.1 .'Mm. im tmk.
"-Tr .. j -w. f. mmt mm. W.r . mmmmj IW
m wiliiI?' - mtri pmmmtW trmm.
mmMBU tXXOTBlCCU.. las wwu a-TcslCAaa. MX
I I - m 'HHmHt tntP..rftr, ttgy l..tWlfc. F
I nr.aH it,trrtih.l.l.--a. J
I I b nr,utaM oruavt-v or Btec lac m eta,
Dr. S. E. LIcCREARY
(Lata of Cincinnati, Ohio.)
Has Permanently Located in
latb past eight months he baa successfully
treated mors than
oaths moat severs character. IlU rpr :alt Im are :
I' Kit' ATE ANI
lucb cases as rbeninatiiin.. otural
S'ia, scrofula, asthma, catanb.' heart
diae se, all kinks of nervous disraaea,
roiU pay, chorea and nervous prostra
tions. In fact all chronic or lont( stand
Posiiivelj had Permanently Cured or
W Lo?sof Man hood, Seminal Weskm. ar.4
Errors of Youth, positively and rmanii.f
ffFToaftrrely no caae taken that cnt not he
enred. (Virrrapondenr accompabird by e is
stamps promptly answefvd.
OfBee McCnUongh'a New Block.
W. Third Street, near Main,
STATE OF ILLINOIS,
Rota IsLaao Coustt, 1
In the Olfrolt Coon In Chinc-rr.
John Peels, sdminUiratorcnm Intamt uto annrxo
of the estate of Bailt-y Iatrrnport,:t-rt-ai-tl, v.
ths Kork Island and Milan Mn-rt rlaiiwar (Vim-
pany, t'harlra II. MoiMard. J. F. lf.hinoo.
Elmore Harm, Peter Fries and i. O. Knit -
John Peels, administiator enm rrrtstn. nto an
nrxo of the rsute of Railrr Havmiwrt, or.
Ci-a-ed, Va. the Kork Inland A Milnptr.ft
Hallway t'ompany. Er.ra Wik-her, Ji-tm W.
riiewan, Jamra M. Mmt(iner. fcnwin U.
Fraser. Lrvl itharp Frrdrnrk Wrt-rf:ari:t-r
Krederlt-k C. A. lien k ma no. William p. lial
llk-rnn, lioa. Vt'nodmsnwts Trwrnia. S. Siii.
I urn. V. Erkhait and Jirfin E. lhiwnlta-.
tieorge PtiwnlnK, Sr.. Jamrs Iownin and
1 hnmaa liowcli partners etc., a. litmin
Notice In herrhy irirrn that hr rlrt-ie of a de
cree of the rirruit conn in and for the county f
Huck l.land in the state of linnm.. rntt-t-d in tht
ahorr rolilled cauara on the 1 h rtirth (thj lr
ttraeptt-mher.A l , If iO, 1 shall on KaiurUa), the
aixlh lJ day -f Drceiabrr, A. !., l-. af the
h.iur of tra l'l o'clork in the foivii..o t.f rairt
dnyatlhe nitrthdtior ot tbe cinrt hmi.t in tli
city of Kork Nland la said count; 4 Km k l.l.n.1.
well, pnh).t to the aiir.iv.l tit and c.fini-ui-iitoi,
by said rlrrnit ronn.l at labile s-irti., mtlie
highest bidder or btddt-rs nptin the t.rm. u-r-in-atier
and in .aid dtrrre mt-t.tlor.t-d. a.l iIil- r.l
way ot uid Hi-tr-nd.nl the h. k l-Uu.; A Milan
Sinxrt Kailw.v t'timisi.v. .ai l rjitx ri. .!,,
from tbe corner of Hrst-nit-rnth rtn-, t aiM I ii.i i
avenue in Mid rny tr K.-rk l.lanl t ,r..u.-l,
ahin thr ein-et. and av.ut-a ot ti.ii t,, a
ixillil at or n-ar Ihe iMisth rn limll. .a -i r:ty.
and llienre over it. riK'-t of -ay and in t'.nl ovr-r
and alum rrnsin roatl. and I-ikIi m Hi, t.i.n
of .nith Kork llan l to and t.wr th.- or !- oow
imnril 1)1 111. MiJ cut of It,, k l-li:1 r-Nii.nir.
Kuck rivt-r briwrt-n the loan t-f S.-.J. an-l ini
Itian of Milan, and Ibt-nce over ai.d a't.tij t---rtain
alrrolr and ijliljllc ifnHin.1. In ..id loan or r;tv of
Milan to Ita t rminii. ihert-in and u- iud.rr'llw
brat.ch ezu-ntlinc frtim Ihe tuam f -..r. t,fr
satil lo ilte aiKh point on in.-ntntt'. t.f Um-m- n.-r
known a. Blark Hawa. Vt atth Tow. -. l...-. -h. r
with all ..Hi railwar company . riirht f . r;
nlatr. kt-.-r., road-lnl. trark. lt Ittrt..
.wiit-hcs, iron, tir., enir.ne an-l .rar'nn 1i.im.
ham., mot nr., rolllllk mum k. far., h..-, tn.
rbtnvry, tml., Imptt-menta an-l Imtmhi: . auit all
said railway conifiany's pnM-nr. a tstir.- ai.l
apanoaant-e.of every mnn. kind ami .! --n.i ..n
btttn-vtr now brltassitir to artl t-v.nrd hjr .ant
defendant railway CHiitiiv, itarloo-nL' iik. no
In i he potwaeion or rotitn.1 of Fr-.rii. k IU...
heretoforr amnntt-d receiver Ht-mn. atnl al! .ut-h
which may hrrrafl-r and pnor to Mirh Ir he mr
qtiired b him. trxrepiipfp nt-verUtt-tt-.. al. nutnrre
beltrticlaa: t said airet-t railway c.nion a.m in
Ihe hand, of said n-cetvt-r an.l ali .tuu'a- i-.r
artt from intmsntil of ihe ass of .id i..;w.r
property and franehla. or may come io ., d tr.
enrt-r prior to bis .urrenosnni r-t-.HKi i
railay.ntlproM-nv a. hv said i.--rv- pr- ..t-i.i
t'n.'rtlM-r wiih all the r-rln.. pr:vii. e. .n.1 frn.
cliiaes tt said dt-(t-tMlant rai vtyv ri(iiv io
maintain and operate it-..id raita tt ar.t . .iryot.
it. bn.inea, and to m.lui.in and on.-r.i. ii. -a .t
railway over, alone, at-riM. ,nd t lir.tr ii.r . n-t-t.
alleva, rod. aim puhlir trrttntto of .mit rii. of
Kitrk llan.l, .alii lotrn of Milan and d lownhip
of ttonlh Kmk Inland, and to-.r ait i l'ttf ih.
said brtdre. .panninc K.n k nv.r. .t .1 .11 othir
rtirhta. tirivilt-ct-. and fran. hi-, ml. -.-. vrr he
lonirinftio or rMint-cied nh m .oj i:tt rout
pany; all of Mid rat way, r. n -. .i..n r
riL'h'la and prlvih-iia hrifiK im-. d ttt Ih. t.ii:ntv
of Kork Island afpr.alda.rd a--i e ht inj .titu-ol
Wevnhek-M to all lien, lor tax.- or a-.-enie. la,
Ct-neral or epeeuvl, wki- h mav h.vr acrrat-d and re
TEKMH Or SALE.-T.n lhonn1 tn.nnij
dollar. In ran, down at the time of .ul .nd
the rrmalnd,-r upon lbs approval and rocnmi.ik.u
ttf .orhaale by said cirruil ronrt .
Halrd at Kork l.land, lllil.i tl.. r.!!i ,liy of
Korember, A l-,lnt.
FRFPFV.li K V. s.
rtVcerrer and Special Mai-r it. t I..IM- rv.
The .ale mentioned la Ihe altnve an i f-v .-.ii-
notice I. hereby povlponed lot.kl- tuar.- on Turn'
day the Sixth day of January. A. It. !vi', at t-u-hour
of t4-n o'clock in Ute fon-aoon of -.1.1 .l.y i
the place and on tbe U-rut. mei.tt4tiM-d iu ttii
above and fnrtcoinr notice.
Itated at Rot k l.land. Illinois tbt. Sx:h day
of Oeccmbrr, A . O. ItOXI.
Receiver and Special Master in Ohanrrrr.
OTICS TO CONTRA OTOR-S.
Sealed pmpoaal. will be ncetvrd at ihe fiiy
Clerk . omre, Kork Nland. III., nnlil M.ui.i.v,
January Slh, IK-.tl al S r. a. f-r oni-lrnrl-- llir
tmprovemrnt onleretr hr an Uriiinnmi- of .a"!
city, which wa adopted May In. Isi. n 1 i in
tilled "an ordit.anre for the i:nir.ot m-nl of
Fonnh avenue from Taenlit-lh atrx-vt lo 1 .-i.it
third atrrri and Tweniv-ihird .int-t fr-mi roiirih
avenue lo Fifth artsiue. and Kifln avrmie l-om
Twenty-lbird street lua point al.mt f.-iir tuiiitln .1
fee eaet of Thlny-rifhl Krrrv Ihinc north
aboat ttns hundred and .ixly feel Ihnmpti the lit,
drrarade rreswina of the c 1LI. AP.and llvr f.
H Vi. raiiroada, and from there ral Fifth or
Mol I dc avenue to ths eenler of the inl.-r-.-r Ion of
Fonr-alxtb street and as-d Fifth or Moline svp
nne." and for fnrni-hinK Ihe maler.al. an t d.ilne
ths work according to the plans and .perineal inn.
therefor. The said Improvement ordr-rtsl by mm
ordinance etml.t. of corning with curb-ton., rx
cavatins. (rradliif tmprtrvanc sod pavmr nh p.v
Insbrira of f oh1 quality twrntr-m-v,.. l-HKk. of
streets In said Ulle of said ordinance s-t out.
Tbe said improvement must be om-trurtt-d and
the material therefor f arniehed suit in- in arr-ord-anre
with tbe plan, and ttpectfiralion. fia .-id Im
provement on Hie in the Midci-y C.crk'. ofllof. at
which aaid omre, said plan, and .it-ittcatMto- a-e
open to the In.prcliim of all permute luU-rci-ied
Contractor, amofnrnu-h aamplt-s of hrit k with
which work is lobe door. Brirk .ed ib the turn
must correspond with samples Inqualiiyavl .lylr.
AU bid mast be accompanied Willi's rrttiM
check in the sum of Svs haodreo dollars payable
to the order or tbe treasurer of .aid ty, vlit u
ahall become forefoi led to .aid cits It ca.e In
bidder ahall fail to enter into cootrarl, with ap
proved aotetles. to exerata Ihe work for the pri.e
mentioned la his bid. and accnrdir.a- to the plan,
aad .peciflcaUona. In the event that the coiilracl
ahoald be swatded to him.
Bl nk bid. will be fami.bsd oa application at
the City CVrk'a offire. All bidder, and oilier per
son, may attend at the onentnr. of said bid. Tftt
rirbt to reject any and all bids or proposals re
ceived it hereby expressly reserved. i
Koxist kocai.aa. fty Clci k
-r. Kiiak IjUnd.lll taaaaabtaT U. taVU. -
HORST VON KCECKRITZ. PbarmacM
raasrKir-nos, a Spbciai.vv.
Fourth Ave. and Twenty-Third SL
Tbs Oreat Freach Meaxads for banursssioas
and Monthly Irrscularltles. pptsssioos
Ladisa L'sa Ls Doc's Periodical Fin, of Paris.
France t naraalced lo aeonpli.h all thai ij
claimed for loam. Tube used mooihly for Irooblas
peculiar to women Fall directions with ea- k
m. B per bra as-thrs txes for fa. America
Pill Co., royally proprietor.. Kpeaorr, Iowa. 1 be
geaaine ptll obtatardof otto kadrv Klmrtren
RocV Ulaad, Jappa Co.. Ua...pr. dTS
Smnnt.nr them la ra!
t's stadeats a
akaad for dreal.e.
II f If I
Frank Nadler! rk
fXAt-m- ' V A,
ASK TOUR Gkot KR FOR IT.
THE TKAVt.Lr.l:. f.llllE.
CMICaCjtl, Bitt K Itl.ANl, j, PVtTcHaTu
way Dt-poi corn, t pin,, ,.Bue ,Bd Tbiny
r.t street. C. II. Skeltoo, ai. i
I r.ve. ;Aaa'v.
Council Uiudsst Miniu.su- I . .. .
ta liar Kxur... (
Kansaa City Iay Express...: 9 Vi sm ie F4 pm
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nn axj-rs i lo.a itiepa
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jHtotnit wetrt. ttl.mmea.-t. iaily.
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way lVp.it First avenue aad 8ix:.t i ib s
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STllP MII.K OF ROr rearfcm- a l nnar'ial
l.ttnis in Illinois W,-coo.,.. kiurMt. Iowa.
M irun. Boath iKkoia aad North Dakota.
For mat, time tables, rales of pa -ear. ai
frrij:tit. t ic., apply v tne s-jttton sent
Pftosl-titraK Milwaaks- anl Kaiiwat.ot
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