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THE BOCK ISLAND ARGUS. SATURDAY, JANUARY 3. 1891.
Jfnw Barn of One of Ohio's Foro-
snoet Farmers llrleflj Described, with
tha Aid of Appropriate Illustrations,
by Karal Maw Torker.
John OoaM's new barn is of more in
terest to the public than are barns in
Reneral, becanse Mr. Oonld is well
known aa a progressive man, and likely,
therefore, to afford valuable suggestions
in his various ventnros.
- The general appearance of this barn
U indicated in the first cut. By refer
ence to the boaement plan (Fig. 2) it will
be seen that the stable fur the cows is in
the ell, and the nilos and box stalls in
the upright building. The silos, 33
feet deep, reach the roof of the up
right, but the silo doors allow the silage
to fall to the banetnent floor on the same
level as the cow stall. The burn and
the addition are ntilized overhead for
storing hay, straw, etc. The stables for
the rows are wide nud r.xmy, and pro
vided with 11 wiuilowH, which make
A MODKKN BAUN.
them ax lighc and sunny as day itself.
Two cows nre chained in each of them
in 4 feet 4 inch stalls. There is a
matched floor over tin.1 cow stalls, and 8
feet above the nwr. and 10 small ven
tilators carry off all bad air. Tlie big
iron tank on the basement floor holds
water for four days' drinking, and i3
supplied from a rock well, and a tem
perature of iitmut .r0 'legs, in maintained.
The addition to the barn, 40 by 31
feet with IS foot posts, is a balloon bnilt
frame, with a self siipxrtiiig roof, und
wii built ready to be painted for $43.50,
0 TO THE
j f COUNTRY
? M ka
ttSo - wM,yf ? B IB
rUN OF MllpKKN BAKNS.
aud is a th.irmiirlily well built barn in
every respect. The walls of this part
are of matched lumlier, doubled, with
tarred p:itr Ix-tween, and it never
freezes in the stable, the temperature
there being rarely below 4o degs.
Turkeys have the name of being deli
cate and (lillicult to raise, in cmiseijueuce
of which they are rnt often kept where
they might ixi with advantage. In a
suitable place turkeys are among the
most profitable of all domestic poultry.
They an- undoubtedly delicate if kept
on damp si ill, but whero the gronnd is
dry ami the petition not tix exposed
they will do well. A necessity to secur
ing snwss is th provision of shelter for
the young birds during that critical
period kimwn as "shooting the red."
When about two months old. however,
the chicks as hardy as other fowls,
andean brave the weather without in
jury. The prices obtained fur prime
turkeys and the heavy weight to which
they can lie force.l fc grow render them
exceedingly profitable, and well repay
the extra care attendant on the chicks
during the first two months of their lives.
The varieties of turkeys recognized by
the American standard of perfection are
bronze, N.irragansett, ImiT. slate, blade
and white. The black turkey approaches
most nearly f.j the wild bird, but fattens
more r-Tulily. The bronze, which most
clowcly reseiiilitftf? 9t)d bird in Color,
is the limit rapid in growth, quickest to
fatten, and, according to some authori
ties, the heaviest of all. The N'arr;igau
setts and whites are the most domestic.
A MLs.inri correspondent in The New
York World says: Clover and millet
make good kinds of hay to feed sheep
daring the winter. When corn is fed it
should Im shelled and put into tight
troughs to prevent licmg waited. It is
better in feeding s'e-ep to give small ra
tions at a time, just what they will r;it
tip clean in a few minutes, and feed often
than to give wi much at once that thev
will scatter ami waste it. Thev are mora
wasteful (.f ).th LT.un and hay than anv
other class of st.H-k mill- care h taken
to prevent it. They hhould have no
more grain than they will rat in ten
minnt.es. and should iitiish tln-ir hay or
fodder inside of half an hour. Ib-s'ides
the grain troughs sack should be tin
Tided for the hay or fodder, so as to keep
tnem from getting it under their feet.
It is very important that they should lie
provided with comfortable, dry quarters,
where they can tie sheltered from storms,
but they should he allowed to run out
during pleasant days
l.enve the lUr, I uili.tiirleil.
The necessity for h aving bees nndis
tnrlx'd as far as p.,sii,le during the sea
son in which t icy cannot gather honev
or pollen is not understood by beginner
as well as it ought to "yninby ad
vised many years ago what most imldern
lekeeB.rs now practice. H said: "If
it were not that an occasional cxamin.v
tion is n-ede 1 to that raw or mice
nave not et,.-, ted an entrance ortoa-i-e
tain if the room i not iiiithiUie r'
would advi-c liN-king tc(1. damp 1
wintering aa'te nt. '- do,.r of tile
"ni' . .mil imf ojiening tt
UuTtW but 1 wivi making th-e
eunnnall nnd all n n 1 cnang-s as
quietly and a -e!i.in a-p.,sdb!e. All
ventibitors slemi i ii- mi arranged as to
lie regulated lr, .in Uiemu.-ide. and means
for ascertain:;!.; t'ae temperature, with
out ei.tenng t.i" r ..iin f..r t lie purpose,
should be pro id. d."
WHEN 13 THE EEE AT HER BEST?
Aaswran as aen hr Apiarist In ,ran
Ing In Itee ( ulliirp.
. "!. a queen at tier liest i.i her first oi
aecouiT Jvai f '"- The foregoing query was
recently answered by no,..., ws )HSt
authorities on 'oees a foil, iwr :
J. A. Cireen, uf Illinois, said, "In her
first full season of cirg laving." P. II.
tlwood. of New York, and" li. K. Board
man, of Ohio, considered the first year of
the queen's life as most valuable! Pro
fessor A. .1. Cook, or Michigan, replied.
"First always; they may and nsuidlv do
List two years." Dadant & Son said,
"Generally good queens are as good the
second and third year a the first."
James ll.sldon answered: "1 do not
know. She is just as good as she can lie
lioth years if hcrsnrroiindiugs ar(. favr.
able, and 1 have had them do a business
the third nud even the fourth year of
which I was proud."
" ', "r- t k.s-per replied: "I
snoui.i say in the ns-oad year. I have
also h:ul mi.,....-. .1 I ' r .,
,. i "--i on noiKieriui tilings in
, mi.o j ear. i mink this Miint as to
iii.- aiue or a queen is not fully settled
Al.'tflt iiniuinj ..-ill .1 . i, .. -
--j "in uo equany will for
three reasons; others will lx, Mun...l.,1
in one and both bred under tho most
Mvoranie circumstances." a. I. Boot
litor or UJeaniug in Bee Culture, com
mentmgon the foregoing remarked: "I
nawaiuuterent times decided in favor
of the first ear. ,,d tlien again i faVor
of the iHimil P...
" "-ome purpises a
jounk queen may be preferable; and
. ....I" iue great i.i.ularity of the un
thtif s T t'""m from O'-'ft
that if they sro honestl v . i .1
i . - j .Vinci, iu:y are
lway yong; therefore the purchaser
has a right to expect at least two years
of service. My impression is that most
queens begin to fail during the second
summer. At the same time it is true
that we have qneens occasionsdly that
seem to be worth just aa much during
the third summer."
The Laying- Ben's Menn.
B. Benjamin gives in The New York
World his idea of a laying hen's food. He
While wheat, oats and corn are suita
ble grain foods for poultry, the laying
hen craves and requires a variable diet,
one that will not only provide the egg
producing elements, but act as a tonic
and alterative. In winter especially
do the hens show a fondness for fruit and
green vegetables, hence the apple par
ings, specked aud otherwise imperfect
fruit, surplus turnips, cabbage, inferior
potatoes and the like, ought to go to add
courses to her daily menu. Tie a cab
bage head to some support that will hold
it off tho ground, but within reach of
your birds, and see the eagerness with
which they will devour it, or cut a
pumpkin in two and place where they
can conveniently lunch from it. These
delicacies are cheaper than medicines,
and will reward you in the end with an
nnusnal supply of eggs out of season.
Do not forget a little bono dust now and
then, and when it is practicable give
also plenty of milk. The pig is by no
means the only animal that thrives on
When to Sell Dogs.
When to sell hogs is a mooted ques
tion among farmers. One writer ad
vises to sell hogs when the most money
can be got for them at the least outlay.
The nps and downs of prices we cannot
control, but by careful attention to
feeding nnd tho use of scales we can
tell closely whether wo nro making corn
iuto pork at a prolit or not. If not,
there ought to lie a change of ration or
an immediate sale of marketable stock.
It doesn't pay to hold beyond the time
of profitable growth nnd fattening.
Most successful feeders believe it pays
best one year with another to sell the
pork when the high -st point in gain has
been reached, biting the question of
probable liigti-r prices alone. Corn
used in keeping over fattened hogs will
make twice i:s much pork if given to
other animais. It i.i a losing game to
hold for an increase of price. :is a rule.
Make all the rvirk y.ci i;i:i out of your
corn in just as little li:nc as possible and
then market to the best advantage, is
the advice of the Cincinnati Commercial
A r'uriu t'onveiiience.
The figure in the annexed cut snows a
convenience for those who saw wood
alone. It is simply a hickory bow
fastened at one end by a short bolt and
slipped over the saw at the other end,
aud held iu place by the handle.
A SAW WITH niCKOr.Y BOW ATTACIIMEI.'T.
When not in use, says The Michigan
Fanner who originally described this
convenience in a Philadelphia exchange,
the bow can lie slipped off and allowed
to straighten. This bow stiffens the
saw, adds a little to its weight, and is
said to be alxiut eqnal to a good boy at
the other end of tho saw.
Points to Observe.
Before disjM'ising of animals select such
as have shown merit to be retained for
breeding purposes. Selection will largely
assist in the work of improvement.
For mutton tho Sonthdown id one of
the favorites. The quality of its meat is
not excelled, and as a hardy breed that
is vrvll adapted for nearly all farms it
holds a high place.
The plan of keeping brood mares and
raising males or colts, breaking at 8 or 3
years of age and selling at 4 or 5, will be
found the most profitable. But to do
this to the tn-st advantage it is necessary
to breed ami raise what th r.i;:rket de
mands. By using a thermometer when you
churn you may perform the work in a
short time, but to attempt to churn with
out knowiug tho temperature is to some
times work an hour.
Linseed oil inealLs a favorite feed with
The tomato is easily and greatly im
proved by selection.
A USEFUL TOOL.
a loiitrivance Especially Iesined
A correspondent writing for the bene
it of Popular Gardening says in regard
to the tool shown in the cnt:
1 built it for use in eradicating purs
lane. Tim one I m.nle is for use in my
jrape nursery, where the rows are eight-
TOOL FOIt DESTKOYINO PCRSLASK.
ren to twenty inchesapart. Where rows
are farther apart it wonld have to be
larger. Thi.-. tool has much the look of
a cultivator at work, with the ends re
versed. In nsmg it we let the weeds get
large enough to pnll nicely from in
ion, cultivate wiui a corr- ,
h.....i r .'a fr.iuion horse or
Hum, i unnaior, io.' , ,
'-.fliui ntiu me lour
ar. . if tin. r.nrj m.a ,,.,-
, ts". I.J III,
w- " ill clean them perfectly. If it
aould be neoe&sary to unload before
getting to the end of the row lift the tool
without stopping tiie horse; this leaves
it in a litinch, when it can be carried
from the field if desired, though it will
nearly all die in the pile. For the teeth
I use round iron one-half or five-eighths
inch. Have the tx.-th about thret inches
apart aud ono in the center behind. I
ut the iron for teeth abont fourteen
MY PALACE: DREAMING OF YOU.
flirh orrr t :w lamppost, high orer the street,
Iieinou 1 riMii thn traffic. Iu nh and Its heat,
Ntatli a sky nnw o'ergloudnl, now sunny and
I dwell in tho MiHniss, my doar one. with you.
My wimlow ar trrimy, my walls theywire bare.
A wrrck Is ny tabks. a ruin my chair 1
'.:i:'..t"ca, ,ar '""erthanif thsr were new,
Sor Uiy ti n IMi-y .luar one. the- tell J
Cntroulileil l,y visitors, tranquil 1 brood.
At the chimney top a 1-val folk seldom intrude;
.um . iimi meui nut nttie ir ever they do,
lor I'm taliiinj;, my dear one, still talking to you.
Then as dusk over Rabin and roof borers near.
aiio mo nrsi star Is faintly beginning to peer.
" """Si "i. me 11 llll cjuu.mi.nt -i. 1-
And the anRel ho breathes It. my dearest. Is you.
A Word About Incubators.
It an incubator is to lie used, and .
pecially if very early broilers are to tie
"l melt-public, arrangements
iic;iii. 10 He mmln m .. .
- - hw an IfUHHl-
t)le si) as to secure 1WI, : i
. , " nic nicuuator
and bnKBler and have on hand ready for
use. While an iuenbator has oue ad-vuut.-ge
iu liemg always realy for ser
vice, yet it requires more care than hens
and unless yn are willing to put in
" " l,,nu 'lay in attending to it
i.e ovii.-r pi.m is to stick to hens.
Ahull! i:i t, FtlK-k sllelt..r l..t f...I
through j;:.-,t as truly as does a hole ii,
Pain and dread aiieud the use eit nmn.
n.i u ,. . . .:
w.an u reuieuies. i,loui(Js and snufl.
uupicasant as Wtll aa dm,nii n.
fro. T..l ..
! j . e P,CMsnt. easily an
cleanses the n&a&l naSSSOAS anil Iia.i.
ii. in , . ucais
7' rT, memu,ne, piving relief at
"" s IICO OUC
3ard Joh. "
"Children." wid their mother, "yon
must go ont f doors if you want to
play. Yon will disturb your father in
the next room.'
"What is he doin?"
"He is deeply engaged in literary
work, my child, and he needs absolute
"Writin" a book?"
"More difficult than that, my dear,
answered the mother, in a hushed tone.
"He is trying to read a dialect story in
one of the magazines." Chicago Trib
une. Country Cocsfort.
Farmer Griffins - Ain't your face
clianged some sence last night? I don't
remember that 'ere goatee.
Transient ( luest My friend, I've just
washed. That's an icicle. Judge.
An Invlilrnt In n Newspaper OtHre.
The sporting editor had been gazing
dreamily iuto space. He did this from
force of habit because he wrote on
space. Suddenly tiis eye fell on the re
ligious editor. That worthy reeled un
der the shock a moment, and then re
turned the other's glance. The sporting
editor took the glance, hid it away in a
safe place, and remarked:
"Your daughter was married a little
while ago, wasn't she?"
"And you were present at the wed
ding?" "Certainly. I gave her away."
"Ah! And how much did she weigh?"
And the frieze on the wall was ob
served to melt iu bitter tears. St.
A (mm1 Soldier.
"Your son has joined the Four Hun
dred aud Fourteenth regiment, I hear."
"Is he likely to make a good soldier?"
"Yes, indeed. John is a fighter. Not
afraid of anylwdy. Why. he knocked
his captain down the other night for
reprimanding him." Harper's Bazar.
The Itunaway Taught II. Too.
Mr. Sterinlrif I just caught a
Mrs. Stenidrif How heroi
caught l.im nil alone?
Mr. Stenidrif Yes. He said that he
was going out west to lie a cowboy. 1
have just put him to bed aud -will see
to him later. Lowell Citizen.
A McAllister Crew.
Excited Lady (at Atlantic City) Why
isn't something done for that ship iu dis
tress? Why don't some of you
Life Saver (hurriedly) We have sent
the crew a line to come ashore, mum.
Excited Lady Of all things! Were
they waiting for a formal invitation?
New York Weekly. '
A Sensation S,i,ile1.
First Wife I went to my husband's
pocket for something and found a letter
Second Wife From some woman,
First Wife No; one 1 gave him to
mail a month njo. Cape Cod Item.
Editor What do you meau by this
expression you use, "A shapeless mass?"
Bepi irter Wliy er um anything
that I mean, something that a er
why. you know.
Editor Thanks! I only asked for in
formation. Binghamton Leader.
Too .Much to Expect Even of Hltu.
"So yon are 1. Hiking for an honest
man," said a friend of Diogenes to him.
"How will you recoguize one when
you see him?"
"He will return a borrowed lead pen
cil." Washington Post.
Il .r.l on Poor Willie.
"Weally." said Willie Wishington, "I
am not always mildly conversational.
Sometimes I speak my mind, yon know."
"Y'is"' replied Miss Pepjierton, "I have
Jreqtiently noticed your long silences."
Joluuij Cutusn Did yon go fishin'
Freddy Fangle Yep.
Johnny Cumso Wojjer catch?
Freddy Fangle Five fish and a whip
Dirty Dickson Puggsy's gittin' to be
a reg'ler dude.
Weary Wat kins Whaz he done?
Dirtyjhckson He washed hisself this
The Same, Vet Different.
First Amateur Photographer Did that
expert show you how it was done?
Second Amateur Photographer Yes,
but lie didn't show me how to do it.
I.ave II im His Choice.
Conductor Ticket, please!
Dead Beat I travel on my cheek.
Conductor Very well; which cheek
do yon prefer to travel on? Puck.
"Can you count far now, Tommy?"
"Yet'u. I can count ath far ath
Harney's Vnntur People.
It u a Mlitaln
To try to cure catarrh by Using lo
plications. Catarrh is not a Iocs
constitutional disease. It is no
suae of the man's nose, but of th
therefore, to effect a cure, req
constitutional remedy like Hood's
patilla, which. arUac tore the
.cauuee every pari oi tbe ayatei
and imparting health
Don't DUt ton mii.1, . S
Tl i, . n U8L U It
rroviuence has her arms full oft
"uj ujinmue lie im.,
ft i . or "au'. EWs CiAm
Balm. Dleasam of .lu..., . " y-lm
2Tt Sdta ""ad" Z
,. - "! "uoiiuaie cases
cue i at once.
Love has no resnert for i,i..
verage bald-headed man cm tort."
Hd Coal Msrkst.
one ton; carrying in 25c per too trv
. G- Fa; KB.
Messrs. nn,a..,. .
KngM didn't tM,ihSf
'omen 1.1 re Xxyner Than Men.
Detplte the intellectual and physical
ataren th of -man the woman end urea
longs rand bears pain to which the strong
man succumbs. Physicians tell us that
symo to diseases an more fatal to males,
and 1 m records of our health department
prove that more male children die than fe
male. Tbe proportion dying suddenly ia
about 100 women to 700 men. In our largo
cities pulmonary consumption take off
many women, while tho diseases fatal to
tbe m Una are apoplexy, intemperance, af
fection of the heart or liver, scrofula, gout,
rrmlj sis and hydrocephalus.
Aga in there is an excess of mora than 0
per ce it. of females in the various popula
tions, though there are from 9 to 6 per
cent, i tore males born than females, Tn
Conne ,-ticut mr-ny women have lived to be
over 1 D years old, while scores at the age
of 00 a -e found in every town in the state.
In the state of New York the average life
of a woman appears to be 48 years. In
Maine the males outlive the females.
Herald of Health.
When Baby la Tonne.
Bab was troubled with soreness and
discharge from tbe navel, and nothing
seemed to do any good till I applied a
raisin, split and the seeds removed, keep
ing it t rmly in place by two naarow strips
of cou -t plaster croasinR each other. I
change 1 the raisin twice in twenty-four
hours; in a week the navel was entirely
Put vaseline on baby's nose and chest
when s te has a cold, aud it will also pre
vent all chailng and soreness under the
arms, in the groin and neck and behind
the ear.. I found it better than any pow
der, sta tell, flour or castor oil.
Baby is one of those who never cry, and
I lay it til to the fact that she has never
had a p nned Iwnd on ber except tbe week
that th navel was healing; all skirts but
ton on waists which are loose and tie wifh
tapes. Bands are crocheted of white Sax
ony and button iu front; flannel skirts bnt
tou all t be way down the front; only one
safety pin in tbe diaper and no pricked
and cryi ng baby. Mrs. Ada Dezotell.
A I'aeful Ha-eeplng Apron.
I saw few days since a new Idea for a
sweupin f or dusting apron. It was made
of unbleached musliu. There was a hem
down ea :b side to about eighteen inches
from the top, fastened on the upper edge
with airier stitch of yellow silk. Each
lower corner of the apron was turned over
at right angles, meeting in the center. The
hem around these corners was finished
with the silk brier stitching also. The
point tn tbe center at the bottom was
turned np aud secured with the stitching.
Kach corner was divided into two pockets
by perpe idiculor rows of stitching. Across
the top t liere was a hem an inch and a half
in width and through this a yellow satin
rilitmn was passed with long ends for
strings. One can imagine the comfort and
saving of time by finding the soft dust
clnth am pairof old gloves always in place
in one of the pocket. Housewife.
How to Prepare Fly Paper.
AlmtMt any sticky substance spread upon
paper wil I answer fur ratchiug flies, but if
you have a soft siHt in your heart and do
not want to see the flys suffer for a long
time use'-ioisoii. Fly paper is made as fol
lows: To Ice sirup, honey or dissol ved sugar
anJaddiibout ouo ounce to each pound
weight o" yellow tersulphide of arsenic
and then spread upon (taper with a brush.
Another lly paper is made by boiling one
hnlf on me of small qnassiu chips for ten
minutes n a pint of water. Strain and
add four ounces of molasses. Tbe fliea
will driuk this and soon die. Exchange.
Cleaning White Ribbons.
White ribbons cannot be washed in
water to l iok well, but in Kiisoltiie tuey
show no t'-aee of ever beiriK used before.
Lay them to soak in gnaoliue. covering the
dish for a few minutes, then wash thor
oughly an 1 lay for a few minutes again in
clean gasoline to rinse. Do not wring, but
hang in the open air. When dry fold and
laj in a tuk under a heavy weight. When
they uo longer look clear they can ho col
ortd with diamond dyes, but can never be
made to lo dc new after having once been
washed nu 1 ironed. Exchange,
A- Library for Women.
Miss Annie Howard, daughter of the late
Charles S. Howard, of Xew Orleans, built
a memoria to her father, and instead of a
monolith s te chose a library and dedicated
It to the vomen of New Orleans. The
building i a marvel of beauty, after the
Roman sty e, and cost glim.OiM. It contains
1-J.ijui volumes, has an endowment fund of
fcJuu,ul,anil all tbe assistant librarians are
Women as Cashiers.
Oue of t he first openings made for wo
men in the mercantile world was ntthe
cashier's desk, and despite the numer
ous channels since opened to women work
ers in no ot her Held do they make a greater
success. You never hear of a woman em
btzzler. Cl.icago News.
One of tbr handsome belles of Columbus,
O., is Mbw Kittie Thurman, granddaugh
ter of the "t ld Roman," ex Senator Thur
man. She s described as a pronounced
brunette, an d she has about ber much of
that individuality and strength which
characterizes the daughters of Judge Tbur
mnn, one of whom, Mrs. McCormack, re
sides on Lot g Island.
No friendship is so cordial or so delicious
as that of gi -1 for girl; no hatred so intense
and immovable as that of woman for wo
man. In youth you love one above the
others of voir sex; in riper age you hate
all, more or ens, in proportion to 'similari
ty of accor iplishmeuts aud pursuits.
To keep the bright, green color of sum
mer cabbage and some other vegetables
boll fast iu plenty of water in which has
been dissolved a piece of washing soda the
size ofctwo pi as; cover until the water boils
and then take off the lid. If the steam is
Bbut in the cabbage will be yellow.
It is what is done and suffered in the
bouse, in the constitution, in tbe tempera
ment, in the personal history, that hits tbe
profoundest interest for us. Fact is better
than fiction, if only we could get pure
Miss Frames E. Wtllard, in her walks
about Chicag i, has discovered women who
make skirts lor seventy -live cents a dosen
and furnish t heir own thread. She also
finds children working twelve hours a day
for $1 a week.
The wife of i well known member ot par
liament kecpo a scrap book iu which she
pastes all tl e uncomplimentary para
graphs print d about her husband. They
!'ime in hand- for quotation at times.
t carpet, especially a dark one, often
ks dusty directly after sweeping,
ting a spot ge almost dry out of water
I wipe off tiie dust from the carpet. It
J brighten t quite effectively.
'o clean ma -ble mix whiting with com
n soap till t hick as paste. Spread it on
marble and leave it for a couple of
rs. When the paste is cleaned off the
ins will alst removed. .
jrfpr solder ts ke a mixture of two parts
oi two parts I
" . W a f V-d v- nr.i,w.. i
AeA0 Viosolvesinc in muriatic acid, then
$i little slmmoniac and dilute it
c nttie witter. -
Ctleatine W hy didn't you take that
seat tbe gent lei nun offered youf Ernestine
Because I would have had to ait next to
that woman wt ose dress doesn't harmonize
Tbe proprietor of Ely's Cream Balm
do not claim it to be a cure all, but a sure
remedy for csttrrh, colds in the bead and
hay fever. It It not a liquid or a snufl,
but ia easily ap plied into the nostrils. It
gives relief at once.
Fbyslela M Have Tanni Oat
That s eontstninat on and foreign element in the
blood, dereluped I J indigestion, ia the cans of
rbenmstltm. Thi settle npon the senaltira snb
cntsneons ooveria ; of Uie muscles sndllcamcnts
of tha joints, eaasi IX constant and atalfunc pain,
and axgreg lng si s oalesraous, chalky deposit
which prodncas si iflneas sod distortion of the
joints. Mo fast, jcalch experience has demoo
tratsd Inraasm ti Hastelter's Stomach Blttars,
has stronger evidence to snpport than this, name
ly, that mis med clns of comprehensive uses
c becks the form ids Me and atrocious disease, noria
it tea positively es ablishea that it Im preferable
to the poisons often used to arrest It, since the
medicine coatasns mf salutary Ingredients, It
is si so a signs! rem- dy foi mslsrial fevers, constl-
debility and other i
cuiney anu oisuoar auajenta.
isordsrs.. See that yon get the
s i .
If Temr Kease ts ea rire
You put water on the burning timbers,
not on the moke. And if you have
catarrh you should attack tbe disease in
the blood, not in tbe nose. Remove the
impure cause, and the local effect tub
sides. To do this, take Hood's 8arsepe
rills, tbe great blood puriBer, which radi
cally and permanently cures catarrh. It
also ttrengthent the nerves. Be sure to
get only Hood't Bartapsrilla.
He was so Irish hostler who named his
horse Favor became it bad to be curried
Ds Tom Coaght
Don'tdelay. Take Kemp's Balsam, tbe
best cough cure. It will cure your
cought and colds. It will cure ains in
the cbest. It will cure influent and
bronchitis and ell diseases pertaining to
the lungs because it Is a pure balsam.
Hold it to the light and see how clear and
thick Jt Is. You will see tbe excellent
effect after taking tbe flrst dose. Lsrge
bottles 50a and $1.
The question hat been asked, "In what
respect are 81 Patrick's pills better than
any other" Try tbem. You will find
that thev produce a pleasanter cathartic
effect, are more certain in tbelr action,
nod that they not only phytic, but cleanse
the whole system and regulate tbe liver
and bowels. For sale at 83 cents per
box by Harts St Bahnten, druggists.
It la said will sell anything, this iaf
true in a measure; but for staying -qualities,-
merit is the test. Extensive
advertising may sell anything where
It is new or unknown, but after It
eomea into general use. It is judged
according to its worth. The continued
and steady growth of Swift's Specifia
Is the best evidence of its excellence.
It Is most popular where It is best
known. Every bottle sold, sells tea
others. Everyone that takes it be
comes its friend, and recommends it
to their acquaintances.
Treatise on Blood and Skin Disease
Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Ga
Has secured as C mtribators
Dining the Ensuing 5
W. D. Howells, R. Louis Stevenson
George Meredith, William Black.
Andrew Lang. W. Clark Russell.
Su George Mivart, H. Rider Haggard,
Rudyard Kipling. Norman Lockyoar,
And many ottu-r Di'tingnwhed Writers.
The Sunday Sun
fur ihe ensuing twelve mnth, will print more
news and more pnre liieritnre or ths hl.-het
class and hy the most disllnvnUhedof rontrmiio
rarjr writers, than any prrin Ileal In Ihe l ulled
Price 5c a Copy. Bv Mail $2 a Year.
Address THE SUN. New York
in anis or
$200.00 and Ujiwarda
For sale, secured on land worth from
three to five times the amount
of the loan.
Interest T par cent so nil annually, rollacled ard
remitted free of charge.
E. W. HURST,
Attorney at Law
Rooms I and 4 Masonic Temple,
HOCK ISLAND, ILL.
t'heapaat and nest place tn the paper for
Wants," "Lost." "Sale" and Rent', notices.
Only one-hslf cent a ward. very body reads this
column. Try it.
A TOLNU MAN WANT TO KT A PLACE
to do chons for his board I
I wtrU r.
NICtXY PTRNISHKD ROOM FOR TWO
rentiemen at fitfT Twentieth street.
TOK KENT Mr residenre on
between Kleventh and Twelfth streets.
moms, with all modern improvrments.
WANTKIV A Arat-class General Mansrer for
this city and virlnity to In trod nre the-chase
Plan" of Accident luenranrs It combines all
the advaniaees of the "old line" aad the "mu
tual" systems. Terms most liberal; address
W. D. I-11 ASK. Sec y, Ueneva, N. V.
PROFESS I OMAL CARDS.
J. M. BEABDSLEY,
ATTORNEY AT LAW Office with J. T.
worthy. 175 Second Avenue.
JACESOX A HURST,
ATTORKKYS AT LAW. Office In Rock Island
National Bank Building. Hock Island, I1L
a. s. rwssnsT. sLttun.
ATTORNKTB AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW
Omce In Bencston'a nioek. Rock Island. IU.
ATTORNKT'S AT LAW Loan money on (nod
security, mass collertinaa. Reference, Milch
ell Lynde. bankers. Offlee In lostomen block.
THE DALLY ARb'l'S.
FOR SALE EVERY EVENING at Cram plan's
Mews Stand. Five cents per copy.
DBS. RUTHERFORD BUTLER,
GRADUATES OF THE ONTARIO VETERNA
ry college, Veternary Phvaietana anp Burgeons.
Offlcet Tindall's Livery stable; Residence: over
Asters Bakery, market square.
WM. 0. KULP, D. D, S.
OFFICE REMOVED TO
Rooms ts, 17. 38 and ,
Take Elevator. DAVENPORT. IA.
Protect Your Eyes.
MARION OPTICA! CO's
ci i i -r-.
aaeciaRifig ttrin t.ya lilaSSRS
M and 1 Maiden Lane. If T. Bmneh:Marion
Ind. For sale by T. U. Thomas, Druwrlst. Rock
Island, 1IL . asp. It-ddm
J. M. GASPAKD,
Library Bnlldlnd, Davenport, Iowa, Call for
tl mates and as work baforn (olnf u Chieaito
ii3rflirfEi2i tmntu 1 at utMiift
WMflVtfl iih-'flrltEKTHtC ittT AND SUiPtiS'
srA.iaitl V-TTv" M1 for .bUB-cltW
msw, Cwr eX QrwmHtlm mmmtm tvliig rtwlv. BlM,
sW. (eMMlessMSMt lrwort of Klfftn.-Hv thrit.jrti ail
r AstTH. rritTtur tbean to HRALTH HMIHIM nfttt
Uiml r-W lantawsll. fa last sri.W
mi.i asm is fiiiiisieiry taisti asMt n, er
AAJIAFJI ELEOTK1CC0.. tmUMmUmit
t i hrpt fwei drwarr
Dr. S. E. IIcCREARY
(Lata of Clncinnstl, OhloJ
Has Permanently Located ia
Ia the past eight months ha has successfully
treated more than
tjfm cam sen -
of tha most severs character, flissneclshles are:
f Rl VaTK AND
.?ucb cises ss rheumatism, neural
gis, scrofula, utbma, cat an b, heart
die se, all kinks of nervcus disesses,
etik psv, chorea and nervous p rostra
tiont. In fact all chronic or long stand,
Positively and Permanently Cared or
V Loes of Msnhond, Hemlaal Weaknesa, and
Errors of Yooth. posltlvaly and permanently
EaTToelitvely no ease taken that eai.sot bs
nred. Vrtpondenra accompanied by c la
stamps promptly answered.
Ofllce McTaHongh'syew Block.
W. Third Street. Dear Main,
PTATE or iLLrroin,
Hoc a Iskas v Cocsrv, ( '
la the derail CooM In Chsnrerv.
John fVets,adminlsirstormm teetamento anneso
of the estate of Bsilry Isrennort.ilerrsed, vs.
tha Mork island and Mllaahtrert Railway 4av
nany. t'harlea II. nlraldard. J . Y. Kn.
Klnmra iiurM, I'etrr Fries and J. U. mi-
Jtha I'eetx. adminisfiatnr enni testamrnfo an
neso of the relate f Bsilev lavrnNrt. cie
rra-ed. vs. tha RarK Islsnd Mnaa Street
heilnay I'tHnimny. Krra Wilctier, J.m Vt.
Mert, James M. M nU! iner, Fdsln U
Frazrr, Levi hharn. Kredrrkk errti..nrr,
FreoVrH-k '. A. Lienkmaaa, Wi'!is t. Hal
lMau, Ros lA'nndnkaueea, Tnoois itiivia,
li.ui. V. Brkhart aad JnLa K. Imwninc.
Ororffe Oownlait, 8r.. Jmr lKiwnlmr ana
Ihoiuas DownliK. partners tK, aa Duaniaf
Noiia-e Is hereby riven that hr virtus of a de
cree ot th rirrail CMirt la and l,ir she county of
Kik island In the state of Illinois, entered tn the
almvr entitled canses on the Thirtieth day
f Heptrnihrr.A.I , IMS). I shsll on ttsinrdsv, the
ttiKth id) day f.f Deremhrr, A. !.. iwi, at the
hour ot u n ml o'clork in Ihe fun-noun of uk
day at the north door ot the roort house in the
rllr of Mark Inland In said eonntync Ho. k Island,
sell, (ubfc-ct lo the sp4vsl of sod c.H.nreisitiN,
liy said rirruic roaruj at public iirllini so the
nim-st Dinner nmiirrs upna t!ie terras herein
afn-r aud in said decree ninttMwi,it. a'l the rail-
sit "I ssxl Si-fendant I lie Kurk l.lai.l A Milan
Mreet Ksiinsy t'i.uiii. sskl rsilasy eilvn.im
i mm i ne comer nt im-,i iiTrri m strt-t and t irst
arrnue in said city i.f iUak Isisnu l.irunch sim!
aliititf thv s reetn and awns,- or sstd ni i.i a
v,itil at or near the M,uih,'-n Imilts ot rily.
snd lhaore over its itent of msy sod iu pmrx nm
smi aUiiic eertaiu rnai. and ai.-nsve is tne bat,
in iiuiith Knk llstll In suit orr tb nr ilv now
f.w nrd l.y thresid city vl ho. li.:sbu pust.nilrf
ICis'k nvt betwrca ihe toan uf r. srs aad the
t,iwa nf Milan, sad theucr over and sinuf rertsia
stn-ats snd iiililir jrronnd. Iu ssid taaourcity of
hi iso u, its vrminiis inerela sn.l lliriaaili; the
branch extend ing from tbe Uwn uf r srs sfiire
asiii to the ftiph M,int on the niuff of Icurk rivet
known as BUu k Hawk's Wstch Tosrrr, ttrt-ther
with all ssid rallwar company's r rhl iw,y. real
eststr, irsxs, niad-ned. trark, side tracks,
switches, iron, ties, engine and statmn hoasrs,
harna, motors, mllluc stork, cars, hordes, ma
rhint ry. tools, laipw-events sad bekm-.tu. snd sll
ssid ranwsy cotninni't pmiirrtr. S.. isi.i-es and
aipnrtenanreaof s.srjr sort, kind snu d-s.nptio
w nstwi vrr now belnsadiie to and on n. d by raid
defendant railway rooii,r. inrluaini; iuom now
In ibe piMsessioa or control ut Freurri'k llss.
Iiereiolore appointed receiver brrria st.d a:! aora
which msy herearur and prior in snrb tsle he ac
quired hy him. t-xrrt!tiii-vrrtlielerali numey
beloaclnlt lo said street railway ccttiiiiy nes in
the hands of said n-reivrr and all ,un as raw
srise fnm or irrow oat of Ihe use uf ssd isl'irsy
pmprrty and franrhires. nr msy come lo ss d ir
reivrr prior to hts snrrendenntr pnssin uf said
railway snUprtMn-nv as hr said urme urim.tedi
luuethcr wnh ail the nch'ta, pnviUcs snd frss
rhissa of said drfendsnt rsiiwsy company to
maintain and operate it raid railw ar ai.d carry on
lis hu-1 news, snd to mstutain and unrrate its said
rsiiwsy over, atone, srnw and throuirh the s reels,
aiirya, rosds and publir rrounds of said ritv of
Rurk Island, ssid Iowa of Milan and said lown-hlp
uf onth Rock inland, snd orrr and alig the
ssid bridges spanninc H.m k rirer, snd all other
rurhts, privileges and franrhives whsl-orser a
rin;iu; to or connected with tnr ssid rsi.wsr com
pany; all of asid rsllwsr, pn-mise.. pnprr'y.
rirbts and pnvtl-grs hrinK situsied in the county
uf Knrk Island af..raay id ssid asie bring suloert
nevertheless to all 77 ns lor tales iwa,'prs'nWiita,
crneral orspertal, wklrh may hart accrued and r
mstn thereon prior to such sale.
TERMS or MALE Ten tikvusand- l10.(s)
""liars in casit dowa at the time of said sale, and
the remainder upon the approval and confirmation
of sach sale by said circuit court.
listed atltoik I-land, Illinois, this 5ib dsy of
November, A D.,ltA.
Reretverand Special ns-trr in t hanrcry.
The sale mentioned ia the above and l-eiX'-iur
notice Is hereby nnrtpnned Intake plare on Tuts
dsy the niith usy of Jsnnsry, A. D. lssi, at the
hour of u-s o'clock In the forraonn of said day at
the place aad on the terms mentioned In the
ahnve and furrirninc notice,
I 'seed at Hock island. Il.inois, this Sixth day
of December, A . 1. Itdki.
Receiver and Fiecial Master ia I uanrrrr.
0T1CS TO OONTBAOTOIW.
Sealed proposals will he received at the City
Clerks ottlce. lUs-k l.lsnd. 111., until M.dsy.
January lib, iwo at S r. n. for rou.t-urtii-e the
iniprovemrnl ordered br aa Unlmwuy of said
city, which was adopted Msy in, imi, snd is en
titled "an ordii.ance for Ihe improvement of
PiHinb avenne fmm Twentieth street lo Twrntv.
third street snd Twenty-third strvet fnon eourih
avenue to Fifth avenue, and Kifm avenue f-oai
Twenty thlrd street lo s point suoul four hundred
feet east of Tblrtyh.-ht atreet. Isrsrr north
about ona hundred ana sixty feet throuirh the un
derrrsdr crusslne of tbe t:. K. I p. snd the f.
B. A . railroads, and from there rs.t Fifth or
Mollne avnne to tbe center of the Inlw ton of
j-'orle-sixth street snd sa d Fifth or Mollne are
nur," and for furnilimr the mater al. and duet
tin work sri-ordinc lolhe plans and sprcifirai ms
tbarefor. The said Improvement ordered by said
ordinsnce eousleis of aurbinc with curhsiones, ex
rsrstinr. fradlnu Impnvrinc and pavtnc wtlh par.
inabrirkof anod nastily twenty e, era Uo. ks of
tree ts In said title of said ordinance net out.
The said Improvement must he cuwtrscted aad
the materiel therefor furnished must tor tn accord
ance with the plans and speclarauuns for ssid im
provement on olr in the said city C.erk s tdBre, at
whlrh ssid omce, said plans and epecinraboos are
open to the inspection of all persons in teres lad
Contrartnrs are to fnrnirh samples of hrirk wit h
which worn is to be done. Brick need In the work
must correspond with samples inqualitrandetvle.
All bid. mast be aroominled with a certided
check ra the stint of See beodred dollars, naysble
lothe onlerof tha treasarrr of said my' a bits
shsll twcome fiirefalird lo .aid city In caa lbs
bidder shall fall to enter into contract, with ap.
proved sn elles.toexerale the work for the vtwa
mentioned in b s bid. aud eeoordir to ihe plans
and speciOcatlmis. In the event that tbe contract
sbnnld be awarded lo htm
.LBl..,,kJ,d, wl" '"rn.shad on application at
tbe City Clerk's office. Ail bidders and other per
sons may attend at the oveninc of said bids. Tan
ripht lo reject any and all bids or proposals re
ceived it hereby expressly reserved.
, . . Ilossnv hoEHLia. mtyfrietk.
Rook Island, lecemberll. ImU.
F ''ST VON KCXCKRITZ.Pharmaclat
jnimoss a Bpboialtt.
.Atb. and Twenty-Third St
Use La Due's Periodical Pill, of Parts,
; ftnaranteed to accomplish all that is
sedforlham. To he used monthly for troubles
dliar to women. Pull directions with each
.5 I"" b or three bolm tot 5 American
111 Co., royalty proprietors, hpencer, Iowa. Tbe
Pennine pill obtained of otto kuderd Rim street.
Rock island, Japu Co., Uavsuport, snd ofaj
its afndenfe a
, . Bmm
them In rslloi. n
tk . . . ,
Bend for clrcnlsrs.
ww ,T s-
. Il-L. '
ASK TOUR GROCKR rOB IT.
THE TRATELl:h HVIVU
CUICaOn.suM.-KlnLAMi i-Anrif KAIL
way Depot enrner rift -.nwe snd Thiny
it ssrvet. C. U. Kkeltow. at.
Council Binds A Miaueeo-1 .
ta Dnv B i press ,
aansaa CMy Iny a I press. ..j
t f sm sio ss pa
l-s. IX -OA asa
st askiafton axpress
Coaneil Blana A Mnuseao- t , '
Cooncll Btnfs A Omshst ,. ,..
Limited Vs-tlbels ,'" M sat
Is seas Oty Limited -10 if. 4 aa
Ootng west, f totnt ea-s. lally.
BLKUSt.ToX RfTB-C, B. w hiu
wsy Depot first avenne and esxs.-t.it ,t
M 1. Vosac, aaent.
1st. Los i Ixprsas......
M. fanl xprea
rleardsuvarn Passe ngv r .
I liivs saaivs
I ., T Ss. un
M pea Kl V.
tt, am i -s,. i ,
Way rreijrht i!erllas" IV trs pas
K !' sn
wiermc rasa nfer t w sm a-a
Dnbasaa " Iu at ass litir.
CIIK'AUO. MII.WAt Kk A eT. PAt'L TAIL
way Racine A houihwestrra Dtvieiow lie
pot Twerttrth straet. hrtwrea First and n-cond
avenue, B. D. W. ii.dmrw. at'ent.
II vn am
ail ana ass
r4. Paul Kxpess.
-VA Acnm asndail n .
ft. Aeerw rnodatlnn.
RiM K 1-LA5DA PKUKIA RAILWAY
not First avenue snd twentietn street.
U. Horkwrll. Aeenr
Fast stall Kxpruse....
:'k am T "
? i am I Sii
4 pas IU
MOrT DIRECT ROCTt TO TBK
:East and South East:
n-nna as sr.
t Vi pm
15 am: iv R, IsVd sr
S -t pm
IMiaiv trrion .l ttsst-m
4 ta pm
z ir- pa
it 1 pm
a 15 sm
tamhrrtya li r pm1
.. i.slts .. . 11 M sn.
..Wyomin..,11 ta an.
4 ST timilWM)
.i'r.nrwviua . ;I0 14 a
tl at am
1 1 pm rtUswaii rlon I S It. aa,
a&opmi priBv'Crl StNnm
' xSpmi-H. Louis. Mi' M pm
l7p:risaviilr. 1:1 ( lSaa-
b It am
,.15 pm) rerre rl vcur. i lo ta pm
a am s.mipmjlnuianepl
.so ami ...i . tMitviiie
T .sn in
IQ xOpml toctnr.s'l p T l
Passe nrir trains arrive snd da-part from I a ton
Aoeommodation train 1,-svrs Rock Island -49
p. m. arrives at Peoria f a. m . Lmvre Peoria
i :1ft p. m. arrives si Rirk !an1 1r a xa.
rim sa.s. a.
Ac. mb, I a'l AC Arma.
HI sail pi an I 4..S pa
7 en ampn ?n sm ' 5 is pm
. smill 'p
Arvn. WIS Ar, AccomT
S t aa It M pea 1 45 pm
i : man 1 45 pea 4 ."5 pm
I S am a. in) pm 5.W pm
Lv. Rock l sad.
Arr. Reynolds. ...
Ar. Reynolds ...
- Hock Island
"htr car on Past El press art wows Rock Island
and Henna In bma dlreotions
R. I t PUiW, k TontHOfiiI.
fapertntendent. tien'i TkL AcenU
m "as. . .
FAST MK1L TRAIN with Ileacrlr lurbted end
Wenm bealad Vestibaled trattis between CaJ
earw, Milwaakae, M. pan) and at inn pol is,
TRA-00jrrT"F;rTAL ROtTI w'th IW-nc
itchledand Meant healed VeetihrleS I'. las sw
tmlcndw and rvjunrtl BiaS.. limsha or
Kt. l aul and the r-netnc (teasa.
ORKAT KATtowitL Rum hwiwwra rLtragn
asnans Ctty and m. doaeph. as.
WB MILI op TtoD reachtnr all peine tl
Iftnt. m minola Wiseon-tn. htinne-ota, iowa.
". awnia MSota snd North Dakota
'"T mI' time tables, ralea of pasv aad
rr'P-Mr-' apply to the nwaret atsuoa avni
MthatWaeo. Milwankee A St. Paal Ka s,.ot
10 railroad nam anywhere in law world.
trenernl Maanree Uea I Pa-s. A 1. Art
In format )oa In rrferenm ta lsds srd
Tow?,fTed by hy the lli-caco. Mttwaaaew A
ht Paal Railway t'ompaey. writ ta H. t. Han
tvn.LandOommlasioner Miiwnukwa. Wlecsawn.
CHAS. R. WHZELAN.
Undertaking and Embalming
Ulmlck Block, So. fotk St.. Lack Island.
Bavins nnrchaswd a complete line of rnacrtak
Incitosds. w.lh ksarss aad at-puartennrM. anil
navinxsecnredtawaervleeaof kt.Urs. R. Red
W AW A k - 'tr r
or ticawo. an axpart funeral director nnd eav
.r. II vaars sipmsrs, I aaa fsiiy nra
psred tors 4 sn tee aauef action.
mra IS v
NERVE AND BRillS TREATKENT.
STkntA for VrwUrim. Trtt.V t-. Krirljlti. Wstko
rtlltettk, ttfjntsU a.rw.ami44.et. taf I j. it.T l li : a a fy.
7,H'",f" lt.-U alU M .inr In t.n y W ,
""Hi. PrwsMtarv ..! Af-. I -. lm. ... imrr
M vi'sva4- im. In94mtis-y i.w--. iJ KLrMu(lN Ismra
a'! yV4wr-es.1 mj- ! ti lra.ln, sa.i-a,as t
o'4o4)ti m. tdt. h S-.T sialroanAm'i, tr
Wl'fc kfas ontiwr f.vr i l-A.-, (4 r b-4-r
rwarUmj lo n-fa'.tl -. v if tKs. Umnt tLt
Bra. Umfi"VDlsjsal IM 4 BVaJ UA
aj imis. ctr M Iff ays.
Dnvrlil. Sol ArtiU, etri,er Tl.ir mm m4
Touni. .vtnssH. ltor. aiu4 lit
JVA IS THC NAME OF THAT U VA
Hit Corel CATARRH, KAY-FEYER. COLO li
till BEAD. SORE THROAT, CANKER,
. For Sale by leading Druggists.
ansa sanx oxt-r nr
KlLsk Catarrt & Bronchial Rcssi! Co.
M JACKSON ST.. CHiCAOO, IU. .
eV .1 I
CIIAS. W. Ti'RBURT. MaBaj-w.
F. C. EC03?PJi:.
T " 'jtf
Affercy for Excelsior Reefing Cor p;n
.'Vi-V S'f'Z : 1i
( ourtt tiias! 5n:t,i.B4. T. !! EL 1. it k 1- i
Bmd fnt r'rralar. , Vepbnae I" '.! m-
SEIVERS & ANDERSON,
Contractors and BuildcT
AtL kisd" r rAtrrsTTx w si ukr.
lsVteners; Jcu-r c doc os sbart t" a snd aatrarte r-"na' d
fflv nn. S:...p 1412 F.tinh Avn ie ! HKISL;i .
Sht p Third a-s.nnt bstwn 10th and It! tr-i- -
w in li, ... i . . .
w an air.cn i i iviruirrwim mra
a . Un. j ..i ...i-
CT. 2sL. CHRISTY.
Steam Cracker Bake:
A"k your urocrr lor Lbcra.
sr-Hprrtaltiaa; TV -n.-y -OTITIS'
Cast Iron Worn 1-
one. A spartslty nf farsMi1n( sll kinds
of bio res with Cnstttuys ot s aval
- A MACHINE SHOP c-
hern added where all kinds of machine nwv
work win he done f ratOaas. V
DOWNING, BROS., Propts.
A. D. HUESING,
Ri niMMs. nmnac wthee Imstned aad wren
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