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A QUEER STORY TOLD BY PRO
FESSOR WILLIAM JAMES.
Ths Wonderful Cam of a Mm Who Was
Somebody ):Im for Two Month Whoa
Hypnotised Tie Coo Id Recall Every De
tail of His Fzneiience,
Professor William James describes ft
case of double personality of the so called
Ambulatory type, the investigation of
which be has just concluded.
The subject is a man, now about 00 years
of a (re, residing In a small place near Paw
tucket, It. I. This person was a carpenter
until 1S57, when, by a stranire visitation of
Providi'nce, he was induced to adopt alto
gether ditleretit babits of Ufa He had been
an atheist. One day, while walking in the
open country, ho thought he heard a voice
' "Oo to the rhnpel, ro to tho chapel."
"To what chnpel!'" he inquired of his in
"To the Cbritinn chapel," wasthe reply.
Now the carpenter was on unfriendly
terms with the minixterof tho Christian
I'hnpcl, and he exclaimed aloud:
"itefnre I go to that place I hope God
may strike me deaf, dumb and blind."
Iiintantly he fell to the earth, enveloped
In darkness and silence, and without the
power of sieech.
The events which followed, as Professor
James said in telling this part of the story,
were such as generally occur in cases of
ihe same sort, which are frequent in re
IlKious history. Suflice it to say that the
events culminated in the man's restoration
to his senses, in his conversion and in his
adoption of the vocation of an itinerant
For thirty years he followed this calling,
doing a great den of missionary work, and
becoming well known over a large area of
New York state and western New England.
Karly in lv.7 he had abandoned his
preaching, being advanced in years and de
sirous of living more quietly, and had
taken np again ills old trade of earpenter
iu. His health was etui good, and he
women twelve or thirteen hours a day in
preference to nine or ten.
In what follows It Is well to remember
Irofcssor James' assurance of his convic
tion that the man in question is sincere,
free from deception nnd a genuine subject
of stram,v physical phenomena.
TIIK CANPV MKIXIIANT.
One day. while living nt Greene, R. I., he
suddenly disappeared from home. Kveryef
fort was made to lind him, hut to no avail.
He was completely lost.
Two months later, in Norristown, Pa., a
man named Il-own, who kept a littlecandy
store, woke up in the middle of the night
and found himself in a strange place. His
bed was strange, the room in which he lay
was strange, nnd the shop into which he
groped bis way was ,o unfamiliar that hn
became thoroughly alarmed. Fearing he
would lie taken for a burglar he cried for
help. The neighbors rushed out in the
night and discovered llrown, the candy
merchant, !n an unaccountable state.
"Whr re nin I Who am I Who are
yon?" he cried, in great perturbation.
Theythouu-lit their neighbor must have
suddenly gone crazy. When told that his
name was Urmvn he denied it, and gave as
his tmnifthat of the erstwhile preacher and
carpenter of Khrale I-land.
The village doctor was called upon for
advice. lie saw in the cam something dif
ferent from'ordinary mania, but still he
thought it was mania. However, he com
municated wjt h lirowu'.s alleged relatives
in f!hodc -land, and, to be sure, lirown's
assertions concerning himself were found
to tie true.
But Mrown now had no recollection of
his experienco in the candy store, nor did
he know how ho got there or how ho left
The cae became noised abroad nnd was
investientiil by a Philadelphia physician,
but with mi results.
All that was known was that the ninn
had Nen awav from home two months,
six weeks of which he bad spent at Norris
town, but the remaining fortnight was a
blank to him and coiil,l he explained by
In the course of time t lie circumstances
reached the not ice of Professor James. The
man was now mr.iin at home, peaceably
pursuing his trade of rarp-nter. The pro
fessor visited I, in, und found him to he n
hard headed, m.itt.-r of fact Yankee. After
considerable persuasion be was induced
Jo come to Cam bridge and lie hvpnotized.
The professor thought that in ii hypnotic
trance the man might remember his flmwn
experience. Atid so ho di.L This is the
most, valuable pha-u of the phenomena
from a physical point of view.
Ho was very readily hypnotized, and
soon as he pased in r, the trance begar
talk of Norristowu nnd the candy sU
li also explained thtiao two weeks thai.
been up to this time a -
... .sew lork, stopped
in. me i.ran-i I ui on hotel, wen
u iu i niWKieipina, put up a couple ol
oikhus hi, uniri mm men took a room at
a hoarding house.
While there, seeing nil advertisement of
a smaii i.iisiness lor sale in Norristowu be
went to that plno, which he had never
..-i.c.i r-w ,re, an.i set himself up it, trade
Mich was his story when he was in the
...ipiioMcsiar.., ami in that state he could
remember nothing of bis former or normal
condition. ( r, the ot her hand, while in his
waking state he had no recollection of his
" experience sniisequent to his board
ngthe horse car to ridu to Pawtncket, nor
cove, hp ten wuy t:e started on this trip.
.!is ifi-oCT, personality was. a Profes.sc
James put it, a weak, insipid, diluted ex
tract of bis normal personality. In the
two states lie was two entirely different
He was hypnotized many times and at-
imp.swcis. m.i.i i,y an (,rts of artifices
en.s-i in least a partial fusion of his
tlrriwn rendition and Ids normal condition,
but these efforts were quito unsuccessful.
The only result was that bis hypnotic
tr.-iv ,, an morr fp,.!,! untjj
l.n t". I.e could recollect only the barest
llerild "ls,'r"wu experience. Boston
A f'rm,.' Aeenmpllahmenta.
Sun fJorman, a Philadelphia crook, waa
turned over to the oitiners at the time of
the big N.ilcrexplmmn at the fairground.
A farmer detected him pirklntj his pocket
Jorman was t.iken before a jnstice of the
peace, released on bail and speedily left the
city, never u, appear here again. Gorman
was a very nbar man. At home be
posed a, an honest man, and had taken
the thirty s.-., degree In .Masonry. Jj,
partners were, bis wife, known an Little
Nell, act acrook k nown as Curley Jijnmle.
I ..-V mad,, a great, deal of money. -In-li..:ip.,li.
".lng liown to Mar-."
'""""aT,." ''"7'r "M "" who hoarded the
irk .-., i ii m western
men, who wen-
ira,,,r, :V" v'.t him to the s.,- . ,
-1 aw L"', ",..! as hi, en.
""in-ii ken. nt
W-oni.se u.iro." 1. S1,
lain t li. !..... .
I had to
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1, . 1 o.lsl, I w
" V 'nd the grandehill
'"I .ire gr
"f -nn Ibiuiks-
" sr :!. ,
" "IV oldes, ,
" """d off. She
h Would have ,0
" 'ry a
" go.l man.
1 i-'it tlicre, w,)t,',
'""'"it the depot
'" ,i, ,,
hum w. H
' 1 Mir
1','hl , i
go. and when
'" '" ton r station.
i' would b
er that. I..
ami t,.i. . .
nrri,..i ... I
t-. lorn . " UlB
"I o: ,
'" L'' 1 ofT her,.
""I lllov .,
' and hi
,l i " me
t'ving ,, ' "r yet stunnT. "
three happy children came hurrying into
the car and shouted:
"Hera he is. Here's our grandpa come
to spend Thanksgiving!"
But he was with his God. New York
A Hero's Two Tombs.
There is no doubt that one portion of the
body of Gen. 'Wayne, the hero of Stony
Point "Mad Anthony," as he was popu
larly termed was interred at the place
where he died, and the other in his native
county. His original bnrial place was
Fort Presque isle, upon the site of which
the city of Krie, Pa., now stands: the other
locality honored as his last resting place is
Jlatlmir cemetery, in Chester county, Pa.
This curious circumstance was brought
aixmt in the following manner:
In the year 1S13 the family of this famous
man was given permission to remove his
dust to Radnor, but upon opening the
grave it was.fonnd that the body was part
ly (ict rifled, and consequently very heavy.
A medical friend of the family, recogniz
ing the fact that it would be a very diffi
cult and tsMtly task to transport the re
mains in that condition, determined as far
as poesible to remove the petrified flesh
from the bones, and this was accordingly
done. Tlie Nines were then carefully
packed up aud delivered to the son, who
was kept in ignorance of the operation, and
he conveyed tho box containing the pre
cious portions of his father's body to his
native county, where they were interred
with appropriate ceremonies.
A monument was erected in 1809 over
the grave by the Pennsylvania Society of
the Cincinnati. What remained of the
warrior was reinterred at Fort Presque
Isle, hud some years ago was discovered iu
the same state of preservation as when first
exhumed, in a box bearing his name. An
other memorial atone was raised in that
place, and thus was commemorated the
fact that all that wns mortal of "Mad An
thony" Wayne found a linal resting place
in two localities far apart from each other.
Detroit Free Press.
She Wuft Curious to Know.
"Can t see well from there?" said the
nice old lady with the silk mitts, as she
laid a linger on tho Nix sheet nnd looked
over her spectacles, ut the ticket seller.
"Yes, ma'am those are very good seats
both for seeing and bearing," said the
young man. - .
"They're not as good as these over
here?" queried the old lady, takinga leap
with one finger still to the other side of
"Those are good iita, too, ma'am."
"Don't you think they're too far back?"
"Then they're too close where tire those
seats you showed me Just now?''
"Here they .are. ma'am, " said the young
man, taking out the couhiiis from the
rack aud beginning to put them into an
"No, I don't want, them I think I like
these on this side only there's a pillar just
there, isn't there?"
"No, ma'am, there's no pillar iu that
section will you like those two?"
"No, I think not my daughter'll le
round this afternoon and look at the plan.
1 dou't know what she wants," and the old
lady ambled amiably away, totally uncon
scious thai she bad kept twenty men and
women waiting for ten minutes while she
practised "shopping" on the ticket seller.
A Poor Debtor Hard Fate,
In a certain county iu the eastern part of
the state there is a case coming under Uie
poor debtor law. A raau was arrested on
execution for debt nnd thrown into jail.
He was stubborn and refused to pay, so
the creditor kept him behind the bars, pay
ing his board at tl a week. When six
months had expired the prisoner came to
the conclusion that he would disclose, but
in order to do this he must, under the old
law, which prevailed when he was arrested,
pay all the costs of disclosure and expenses.
He was unable to do this, as he had no
funds, nnd the c. resequence was that he re
mained iu jail, where he has now been re
siding several years, his board still being
paid by the creditor. It is said that the
latter is determined to keep the fellow in
prison, and has gone so far as to set aside
t2,m in his will to board the man after his
death. Lewiston Journal.
hue to Neglect of the Voice.
The result of widespread neglect to train
men and women to good reading and
speaking is apparent in the very disagree
able voices which are beard upon every
side. Iu a fashionable parlor the women's
voices when taken in concert are often a
perfect babel of unmusical and irritating
sounds, while those of the men are very
little hetter. Yet all of this might easily
!' speech. Jen-
- . .Irllt smokes a
al brand, whirh he hab imported from
Jh cigar has a golden band
a it, upon which is Mr. Vanderbilt's
' arms. At wholesale in Cuba they
JU twenty-five cents-each.
What Lupus I.
I.upus vulgaris, of which we are now
hearing so much, is an extremely chronic
disease of the skin, attacking persons be
tween the ages of 2and 15. It is character
ized by the appearance of reddish brown
nodules of granulation tissue upon the
skin, usually of the face. The mucous
membranes are rarely affected. The nod
ules start in the corium. but nenetrate th
i.mneciive tissue beneath ami the nanillarv
layer above. The disease spreads bvthe
formation of fresh nodules at the periphery
of the original lesion. New centers form
n..u iue oia. ones may gradually disappear.
.. v..i v,.-, ureaui oown an open sore is
found. covered with yellowish and brown
bih crusts. Unlike ordinary tubercle, the
up. is nomnes are rather vasctilar
Tubercle bacilli are found in the tissue,
but they are very infrequent, and often
many examinations are reniiiro.1 j ......
i.ieiu. inoculation of lupus notlnles will
it is assertl, cause tuberculosis iu rabbits'
. I ' UCMb
.. K-iiiiea pigs, nut Inoculation of the
wuu tmierciei will not produce lupus
torthis and other reasons an riistinrmihi
an authority as Kaposi denies that lupus is
a cutaneous tuberculous, although that
view is held positively by Koch and bis
pupils. I,irnus. chronic km if i in t..
dencie often disappears for a time under
treatment, only to reannear lute ru.-
tologists generally give a favorahlo prog
nosis, provided treatment, is persisted in
How Doll.' Heads An Made.
I wonder whether m- lif,i j
other little girls fcnmv how Santa Clans
makes the beautiful dolls he brings
them" said a down tm.-n ,.,r.....-
of children's novelties. "The making of a
wax doll i, quite a long process. The leg
are filled out with moss and wH. w
are the arms and body. The head is more
difficult to make. First cornea the mol.l-
ng from a whity brown paste. The head
s molued in halvea t.h. v.
. . s. nun 1 II e
front-and then the two parts are Joined
toge her by the same sort of paste.
" oy tne thousand of all
,.n.l7.iV: . T:"1. 'uft Tor tho moment
boilmg wax. 71 "f.L "
the hair. Santa Pi. ' "ou- I
SI.oem.klng . TriMe
I he shoemaker ,k
u i . Liii
bin, for at "PPrentice-
home f . " I " years, and
s-s the am irL.i r ,n mw
"i'h Ida emX;r to board
be airssi ,, , 7 lo may
" way fro m A to Xtf" all
g" Is n, over to? I The
'line or no n.u . " mere is.
days.asm.ei.i.I. aeU'aker in theu.
stor t "r hira out.
.. .'ee 'bler.and
uild ., , ,.
ml 1... .V , 0Bnake
ii exrfa , .
iH atnule. Ukeo -h u' . it
g worse ewry fear ill , U Tnw'
thing alul f' The "y unhealthy
ho1,,K,r,lliiVrhI'net to the.
Ilenrv U - ..
"".bythe i1.' tmiUin.
"m wor.l, lt i rf t " 1 know what I
"- the' worhi rftnTOWJhat,,f 1 ""M
work 'r , ,;ty " ho would
:vufk t' wtjch men
"tini, nJTh ' rUM U woh
THINGS WORTH KNOWING.
rtow to Tie tho Halter Strap A Coav
venlence at Batcherlna- Time.
How best to tie tho baiter strap or rope
or whatever it may be is shown in the
two figures of tho first cat. Fig. 1 il-
I .-eiara w.
TYIXO THE HALTER STRAP.
lrwtrates tho first stage: Fig. 8 shows
the second atago.
Tho knot is completed by palling on
the loop until ti'o knot is tight. Then
pall ou the f roe. ond of the strap B nntil
the loop is just large enough for B to
pass through it. Pass B through and
draw it tnrougn
m fur m nnRsible.
j?P jY. The horse cannot
I I 1 Ss. w...n.I,r aot this
1. -S, CWWluiJ "
knot open, and
the harder he
pulls the eafer
the knot To un
tie the knot draw
B from tho loop,
nnd then a sharp
c5r pnll on B wjU
onen the knot. A
A FARM CONVKSIfMCB. j, ,he hlter eoi
of the strap. The second cut shows
what is needed nt butchering time. It
is explained as follows ty The Philadel
phia Farm .fonrtial. anthurity for the
foregoing: It is a large, firmly set post,
with two stont oak or hickory poles put
through linger holes near the top. A
giol idea and no mistake, (hie port will
hold the entire hog crop of some fanners,
and serve equally well to hang up the
carcass of a sheep or calf. When not
needed for such purposes the Niys can
use it for a gymnasium.
A I'olnt In Torn Culture.
A great deal of injury is done to corn
by deep, close culture with the double
shovel plow or any other implement that
Bevers or greatly disturbs the root.
Plowing deep and close to the hills is
harmful at any time, but especially late
in the season, as the larger roots devel
oped late and those which originated
earlier in the growth of the plants are
cut or pulled oflf. To ascertain the ex
tent of the damage from such cultiva
tion a trial was in ado at the Minnesota
experiment station. Raws of corn were
thoroughly root pruned to the depth of
six inches and at the same distance
from the hills on all tour sides. The tint
rixit cutting was done when the plants
were seven incites high and the second
when at a. height of fifteen inches. The
effect on tin growth of the corn was
very marked. CoutniKted with similar
rows adjacent not root pruned the aver
age difference in yield waa thirteen and
a half bushels of corn and one-quarter
ton of fodder i?r acre against disturb
ing the roots. In another experiment,
made just as the coru was ,-laid by,"
root pruning at the distance of eight
inches from tlie hills lowered the yield
thr.e bushels to the acre. At this stagti
of their growth hilling np four inches
around tiie plants with the hoe had no
Iletient from Irmlas-v.
By removing superfluous water from
the soil a way is made for the air to aid
iu decompiling the organic substances,
which become the fixid of the plants,
and ingrediouts which are hurtful to
plant growth, and which cannot other
wise be removed, are carried off by rain.
Not .inly d'les the removal of extra
moisture make the land drier, but it
allows the soil to have the full benefit of
the sun's beat, rendering it warm and
congenial to plant growth and ready to
benefit by the least shower of rain, at
the same time raising the temperature
of the surrounding atmosphere. Drain
ing also makes soil of a stiff or tenacious
nature more friable and better prepared
to receive the fibroin r. tot lets of plants,
and by the action of the atmosphere
hard pans or crusts are broken and pul
verized, so that the roots may enter
them, a result which could not other
wise he obtained without subviiling or
Increase Hie Supply of Manure.
The supply of manure may be easily
doubled by gathering np the wastes of
the barn yard and the swamps and other
coarse matt.-rs. which are increased in
value by mixture with the manure in
the yards, or by composting with lime.
Abundance of absorbent mutters are re
quired to hold the liquid manure and
prevent waste of it. The best of all ab
sorlientsis dry swamp muck. It will
hold twice its voi.hr f ,t ;
properly used, saves the almost unavoid
able loss of the liquid manure which will
occur under the most careful manage
ment without the use of plenty of ab
sorbents. Thousands of farmers pur
chase costly fertilizers who might by a
little foresight and labor gather as much
fertilizing matter iu the fall and prepare
it for use through the winter as would
amount in value to the cost of tlie fertil
izers they buy every year. American
Virginia's peanut crop is estimated at
Tin; woods in Maine funiisn a large
percentage of the Christmas trees for
New York state.
The increased fund provided by the
new Morrill bill will be used at the Iowa
college to maintain a dairy school.
The English Shropshire association of
fers a prize of Kj for the best Shr-p
slure sheep exhibited at the World's fair.
The Belgian breed of draft horse-i
attracted attention at the late American
horse show at Chicago for their um
fonnity of type and excellent quality.
Some of our nroirressive farm.., i,.
tried covered bafhyards with liiiani.
success; others do not report so fav
ably on them.
Deafoats ' Cannot ha r.nrm
by local aDDlic.atlnna uHixiu.
the disessod portion of the tear. Th
is on iv one way to cure deafness, and tl
is by constitutional remedies. Oeafn
is caused by an Infl&med conditio a of
"lucous lining: or the Eustachian To
When this tune oei !., . v...
rombllncr snnnil a tMK .. .
, .uipvriect Dearif&
wTrjW-stJi: .r,l.l.i i . KJ
iii i nearness
result, and nr ... n n
oe taken out and this tubeT
,a iue icr-'s
"roved for;;;;. :l.d!8"dk m
caused by caUrVh which . 1 f Un
Wewillcive . .
ny case o '.Z"' "uuure
u"bWCu'n,,0LC"re Htf, C
Sold by druogr.u. 75c """
F J CHE"M& Co, Toledo. t3
roawi. ne rnu full of Vvi. - I
y . wn y
anv nth..t "w'ca I pills belts, .r
"fleet. m mor? P 'ter cau,
d that they not oJ11
the whole s . 'h Physif ' but cf
"d bowel.. FLhtoUk?
c.rrh. cola in Mc SfiA- Bn.)
It s not a linui,i Dd h,
fectlv ..r!."?UJid or -Duff. h,?.y.J
"ostrll." J?fT TpliVrf
v-rc. me Wom -"iite relief
1 - irL i 1 w
1 I i
f I I a I
Mali tod kv a Hawsbov.
, Two men jumped upon the front plat
form of a Bro tdway car the other night.
At the Baoia moment an agile little
newsboy sprat gnpon the tear end. Quietly
he wormed hi t way through the maze of
rjaaaeneers. d ww ruuk th .iu. ln t,.
front door, tai ped npon tbe glass and re-
uij , , . . . .
vcivcu ..wv Bicaeu in nis ouutretcnea
The passengors who had been mulcted,
as is -usual wit patrons of the front plat
form, never 1 toked behind them to see
who waa receiving tbeir money.
. The newsboy turned around, sold a pa
per or two, west out the frontdoor and
swung himself off the ear just as the con-
uuwiiuiiiiflni no viciously jertea nack
the change slid i Nobody paid any atten
tion to him
"Fares, pleas.!," he shouted as he opened
No bod v more 1 e tree nr. tn l.t.nVl. .
the conductor, and then gaze blankly at
"Jim." Uid tbn tnrm 'll. ...
-'- WUCLWI ,UD
driver, "didnt you signal me that there
were iwd huts i lerer s
- "Yes; there U ey are!" '
The men pro tested that they had paid.
For a moment things looked very squally.
Then a man remarked that he had seen a
newsboy get off the car a moment before,
and auKKested t ant perhaps be bad stolen
"What sort ol a looking boy was her"
Inquired the con Inctor. .
He was deacril ed.
"That's him, confound himP' exclaimed
the conductor angrily. "He's done the
trick on me before, bnt he won't do it
It is said that t his urchin regularly tana
the Broadway an other car lines in a sim
ilar fashion. Ne-v York Herald. .
, Coortlng on a Ktreet Car.-'
A trim looking young woman got aboard
an up town surface car a nbrht or two mtm
The car was by no means filled, but she"
"'"" i try to get a seat, and she didn't even
enter the door, but stood on thn TmrnU.
form nnd leaned s gainst the rail. It was a
chilly night, and she aud the conductor
Bad the platform vo themselves. The other
passengers looked out in some surprise at
the sight, and ben dd the pair enter into
'conversation. Th it it was not their first
I meeting by any neans was as evident as
i anything well cou.d be. They talked long
jsnd earnestly, and as block after block was
traveled they got closer aud closer to one
another. There Is tlwAys more or less iolt-
, ing about a street car's movements, and
pretty soon iue young woman was bracing
herself against tho brake handle. Then
In a minute or two the conductor Was seen
to turn the hai.d e so that it would give
bera better suport.
His arm moved ith the iron, and to the
most near sighted man in the car it was
very quickly npiiarnt that the arm was
doing a vast deal m ire in the way of a sup
port Ibau fell to the lot of the brake ban-
;dle. The car meanwhile was rapidly ap-
pru.-u.-umx me sirrdi HI Vblcll one fit the
passengers desired i o alight. He hadn't it
in his heart to distt rb the imir, and so be
started to leave tin-car by the front door.
The driver looked a- him with a wink nnd
then spoke, as if t the world in irem-ral
and nobody in pirticular: "Jack's ia
luck." he said. "Pretty girl he's got. and
a good oue. it looks oueer to ace her out
therewith him, but it's about her only
chance to see him w th the hours we have
and they've been married only a month."
New York Times.
A Hexlesa Centaur.
According to an Arkansas journal Dr.
Collins, ot Littlu Itii er county, that state,
killed a most remarl able quadruped uear
his place in the spriLr of .lr;. Krom the
time of the war up until the year named
several persons claim. si to have fre.iiently
seen an animal in tl e form of a large red
deer, with the head nnd neck of a nun
Ou the day that the animal was killed Dr.,
Collins' wife and a negro girl were going
tong an unused pat !i when they saw the
queer creature peeringat them through the
mderbrush. They made baste and in
formed the doctor wh a had occurred. He
took his gun and started in search of the
beast, which he soon overtook and shot.
Closer inspection allowed that the head,
tnstead of being that . if a man, more near
ty resembled that of a baboon. Its eyes
were large and very pt eminently set to the
sides of its bead. A I ing fringe of brown
beard covered the chin and neck. Dr. Col
lins says that when te came np with tbe
creature and leveled bis gun at it, it
seemed to be aware of itji great danger, t he
large eyes melting into tears as it saw the
utter hopelessness of tbe cose.
When shot it utt?r"d a heart rending
scream and leaped hlgL iu the air, expiring
with awful groans which closely resem
bled those of a man in distress. It is gen
erally believed that, th creature was a spe
cies of the Mexican cen aur, a semi-legendary
creature of the post conquest era.
Bishop Talbot told a Mtory in Boston the
other day showing that at least one Har
vard mau didn't leave I is wits behind him
when he left college. T le bishop, it seems,
arrived one day in a sin ill mining town in
bis diocese Wyoming where be bad
promised to bold a service. Walking up
the street he noticed sol le green handbills
flying about, took oue up and read as fol
lows: "Bishop Talbot pleaches to-night at
. Let him have a big crowd. Please
leave your guns with th-) usher."
The bishop was not easily scared, but
thought the last enten e a little odd. On
inquiry he learned that one of tbe young
.men iu town, a Harvard man, by the way,
who knew the bishop, ar d wanted to raise
a good crowd to greet him, had issued the
handbills, knowing that many who would
not come to hear a bistiop preach would
come at a hint of a disturbance of any kind
-New York World.
Te Protect th Feet.
A man compelled to stand or walk all
day on a bard floor or parement is almost
certain to have tender feet and sore ankles.
Tbe trouble is not so much with the hard
ness of tbe floor as with t le sudden jar ex
perienced by the foot every time it is set
down on tbe bard snrface. If he will take
a flat sheet of rubber and cut out two
pieces just large enough to fit on the in
side of his shoe soles he wi 1 find immediate
relief, for tbe rubber wi.l break the jar
when the heel strikes the floor and save
foot and ankle from the strain to which
both are subjected from a floor or hard
pavement Interview in St. Louis Globe
Food Preservatives and Adulteration.
Many authoritative disclaimers have
been recently made against, the indiscrim
inate use of such preserv itives as borax,
bor- acid and salicylic scid, more espe
' as applied to milk, cream, beer and
articles of food and drink. Their
d lojuriousness is not asserted, but in
' cases it is believed tiiat tbeir func
cau be performed bitter and more
r by refrigeration. Now York Com
IP TOO HAD A ri-IEsTD
to vUlteosM section o co rntrr where ms
dlMase.ellheT la the form at chilli and fever
on moment waa partk alsrly life, what
he about tha bast sdvlet you could give
Ws will tall yon to esrrr stoog, or pro-
Brrivtatf, tsst potent Bex Initial aafegDsra,
tter's Stsmach Bitter, knws urooghont
hare sad tn oil er cosntrles, a
Jtna -S-lructlMi ln-
"lUik-he liver an ne bo vela, and conn-
nnravotsbla ia of overexertion.
tad mcsta' exnosnfs) !n re igh weather, ot
ktioo too eedaatary o? laooi lona, kmmi or an
na excessive servoasaera. . ne ronciione
niatioa. bilious eecretios ana eleep nave
nost powerful sad tellable military.
Da Ton Cangal "
Don't delay . "Take Kemp' Balsam, the
best cough cure. It will core your
couRhi and colds.' It will cure palug In
the chest.- It will cure biflaenza and
bronchitis and all diseases pertaining to
the Iunga Decanse It is -a lmre balsam.
Hold it to tbe light and seel ow clear and
thick It la. Ton will see .tie excellent
effect after taking the Bnt d ose. Large!
I Don't Mr there Is no kelp' for catarrh,
a ay (ever and cold to head, ilnoe tbout
wds testify that ETy's Creara - Balm hsi
entirely-cured them. It suf ersedes the
dangerous nte ol liquida and muffs.4 It
iseaeUy Applied into the t oitrili and
gives relief at oace. Price f te.
MeaiHilAeoratirlt & feloburger.
who bavJ)nrchad the Roct .Island Ice
Cos outfit; began ' deuveria j ice Nov.
- M a
I Constantly fewailnded of His Goaeroslty. I f ' ' I j
Constantly fevealaded or Bis Caseroslty.
- One of tha lovel beaded men of the valua
tion commission is Capt. David H. Ingra
hara, of Rockland. Every one who knows
the captain has noticed that he almost in
variably wears a line silk hat. He was in
business in Boston many years, and one
day a young man entered his office and
wanted to borrow tSOO to buy S small hat
(tore. The captain lent it to him, be
bought the store, and today he la one of
tbe wealthiest and most prosperous hat
ters of the Hub. Every fall, as regularly as
the season rolls round, Capt. Ingraham re
ceives as a gift from the Boston gentleman
a polished silk hat of the finest quality
that can be manufactured. Summers, he
is the recipient from tbe same source of a
natty kersey bat for hot weather wear.
On another occasion, when tbe Cigar
makers' Co-operative association was
formed in Boston, be loaned a workman
tlOO to begin business in tbe association.
The cignrmaker prospered, paid np the
loan and now he annually presents Capt.
Ingraham with a box ot the boat band
made cigars, rolled by himself. Capt. Ing
raham carries a magnificent gold watch
and chain which he values far more than
for its intrinsic worth. For many years
he did husiness for the late Hon. Joseph
R. Bod well in Boston, handling nearly alt
the money which was received by tbe Hal
lowell Granite company, for stone fur
nished for the New York state house. Af
ter the completion of tho contract Gov
ernor Bod well met Capt. Ingraham in Boa
ton, pulled the gold watch and chain Out
and presented it to him. It is a tJOO time
piece, and the recipient says he would not
part with it for $1,000. -Cor. Iewiston
Value of Reason with a Child.
In hopes of convincing some of my read
ere of the practicability of the no punish
ment method, I will tell an anecdote of a
A vivid recollection of having been vac.
cinated when she was more than a year
old instead of in early infancy bad given
her a dread of doctors. She had a sore
throat. The doctor was sent for. He
came at bedtime (always a somewhat diffi
cult hour for a child). She refused toopen
her mouth to let him insert a spoon and
examine the throat, and on being urged
she cried violently. It was necejwary to
have the throat examined, and tbe child
was firmly but gently held, and the mouth
gently forced open. The examination was
successfully performed, but the poor little
creature wns in an agony of distress and
Then the mother, without a word of re
proach, took her in her arms, and kissed
and leved her and soothed her to sleep.
The next morning it was carefully ex
plained to her how foolishly she had be
haved, and how necessary it was that the
doctor should examine her throat. She
said very gravely. "The next time I will
not make any trouble." Her statement
was of course receiv.il with a certain
secret incredulity, but outwardly with
confidence. When the dfy-tor came that
afternoon she bravely walked up to hira,
and opening her mouth allowed Lira to in
sert tbe sioon, with no sign of rebellion
but a heightened color In the cheeks.
Tie doern't produce the best types of
men. but in a printing office tbe het of
men often produce pi.
It Is said will sell anything, this ia
true in a measure; but for staving
qualities,- merit is the test Extensive
advertising may sell any tiling where
It is new or unknown, but after It
cornea into general use, it Is judged
according to its worth. Tho continued
and steady growt'i of Swift's SpeciSo
Is the beat evidence ot its excellence.
It Is most popular where it is beat
known. Every bottle sold, sells tea
others. Everyone that takes it be
comes its friend, and recommends it
to their acquaintancea.
Treatise on Blood and Skin Dlaeaaea
an ailed free.
Swurr Specific Co., Atlanta, Gs
"Silnatlom wanted" and "Oelir' wante Inserted
one week In the Dan v Aaoca FKSB.
Kor Sale. Kent. Exchange and Mlecellaoeoas
waeu ineerTed one day at Ic per wrvrd; three
darnat c per word and one week al He per
YOlTNo MAN WASTS TO GET A PLACK
. ia uu cngrn tor nia ooara inn winter.
NICKLY FrRVTSHsD ROOM FOR T0
gentlemen at 6X7 Twentieth atreet.
R KENT Hf Miriene nn VIM mwm-nm
between Eleventh and Twelfth atreet a. Nine
rooms, with all modern improvements.
l lw GKOKtiK ocTlAFER
WANTED A orst-claa General Manager for
this city and vlrinity to introduce the- chaw.
Plan" of Accident Insurance It combine all
the advaniaea of the "old line" and tbe "ain
tnaj" aye-ems. Terms ant liberal; address
W. D. CHASK, nec'j, Geneva, N. V.
PROFESSION AL figg?:
J. M. BEAKDSLE1,
A TTORNET AT I.AW Office wroW. T. en
tl worthy, 1TJ6 second Avenaa.
A TTORrTKYS AT LAW. Office In Rock Island
aNauonal Bank Building, Rock Island, 111.
a. n. iwiiHi, o. u walk am.
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW
Oace In Beofpilons block, Kock I aland. III.
ATTORNEY'S AT LAW Loan money on rood
ecarity, make collections. Reference, Mitch
ell at Lynde. bankers. OfSee la Foetofflce block.
THE mil V aBUI'ti
FOR SALE EVERY EVENING at Cramptonl
News Stand. Five cen la per copy.
DRS. RUTHERFORD BUTLER,
RADTJATKS OF TIIE ONTARIO VITERNA
rv college. Veternarv Phvatalajie urn hdmmih.
Offlcet Tindall's Livery stable; Kealdeoce: Over
Aaters Bakery, market square.
trade ant tbea starts
them In railroad eervioe.
Send for f trrulere.
VALENTINE BROR ,
la-is Jaaaaviixs, Wis.
WM.O, KULP.D. D,S.
.OFFICE REMOVED TO
Booms M, ft, M sad S,
Take Elevator. DAVENPORT. IA.
J. id. GASPARD,
Library Building, Davenport. Iowa, Call for
aao aea work saforo fotng te Chicago
$200.00 and Upwardi
For tale, aecuxed on land worth from
three tp five times th amount
of tho loan.
Intateat 7 par cent aeml-SBBsaUjr, coUeetad saa
samlttad free of caarga.
K. W. BURST,
AnfoRintT at Law
sTnnsMt inil I sTaannlr Temple
BOOK ISLAND, ILL.
The erest French Bemedy for Bnppraaakma
sad Monthly IrreanlartUea.
Idlee UeeLe Dace Ferlodloal Pill, of Pane,
Frances guaranteed to aeeomnlieh all that la
claimed for them. Tone seas monthly for troubles
peculiar to woman. Fall directions wilk each
box. $2 net box or three toxew for fa. American
Fill Co., royalty proprietors, Bpsncer. Iowa, The
(ermine pill obtained of ottoRadert. Elm street.
Rock Island, Jappe Oo Davenport, and af oil
JANUARY S. 1891.
Dr. 1 1 UcCREARY
(Lata of Cincinnati, Ohio,)
Has Permanently Located ia
laths past eight monthe ha saa saccoaarally
treated more than
of the moet ecrere character. HUrperialtlei are:
.Inch esses si rheumatUru, neural
Bia. scrofula, asthma, eaunh. heart
dise ise, all kinka of nervous diseases,
eoilt psjr, chorea and nervous prostra-
t . . . .
uona. to i set aii chronic or long stand
Positively and Permanently Cured or
tVLoae of Mankivirf Rniliikl WMvnMM .
Xrrora ot You La. noalUvsl and Dermananile
twToelttvely so ease taken that cat. not be
enrad. Oorreepoedenro accompanied br c Is
stamps promptly aaawered.
Offlce McCalknf h'l Jfew Block.
W. Third Street, near Main,
DAVENPORT, I A..
STATK OF ILLTMOt,
Boca laLaan Oocwrv. I
la the Cirrnlt Own ta Cnincery.
John Peels, admtnlBtratorcnm teetamuto anneio
of the eetate of Bailey Dnvcnpon.nrreatd. v.
tbe Kork laland and Milan Mrert Railway Com
pany, Cbarlee II. Stoddard. 1. H'lbitieou,
Elmora lioret, I'etrr Krlre aad J. o. Maete
John Peels, admlnlsttafor enm ftaranto an
nexn of tbe rsiate of Bailey taranor. Or
rrared, va. tbe Rock lelani A MiUntxrret
Railway 'ooiiany, Erra Wllhrr, J..hn W
fclewart, Jamra M. M lit(iirr, KOwifl
rruer Levi Kharp frederlck Wr-rrharuer
Krederlrk V. A. iMnkmann, Willi-a p. Ilal
IlKan, Koee Woodmanec, Tihiem s. t-lvt
-iooie V. Rikkart and Jol.n K. IHnrninc:.
(ieorce PnwniBf, ir.. Jaaare U. wiiin aiHi
Inninaa Uowalui;, partnera etc., a- lunia
riotlre l hereby riven that nrvlrire of a de
cree of th rtrrtilt conn rn and foe tbr eonr.ir nf
Rock laland In tbe elate of iiltnola, erteird in lb
above entitled ranaea nn the Thlnl!h snhi da
of September, A . l , 1"30. 1 shall on ha-nrday. lb
Hixth (J day of December, A. 1 . mai, ai tbe
hocr of lea 10) o'clock tn Ihe fire..oo of eel -day
at tne north door ol the roan ua-e In tb
rlly of Kork I -land la ealU roantyof p.v k 1-lanC.
aell, an bjrci tn the approval of and fononuatt"'
by eald rtrcaK coort, at pobMc an. t!..o utb.
bli,-brl MilJer oe bhldcn npa tbe u -ma herein
after aud la eald dn-rre mentioned, a'.l the rati
way of aaid defendant tbe Kork l.l.t.J V lai
btreet Railway l'oany, aald railway eiluililit
from tuc corner of nevi ntrrtitb tre.-t ail Kin
avenue In eald rlty of Rork leiai l.iroo ii an.;
ai.mii the eirrela and avennee of aa. i rit to a
point at oc near the eonlbem limit u' eai.l rtt
and inonre over lie rlvht of way and Iti irt nrt
and alona cerata rnada and bibnava tn tin- to,,
uf Sontb Horn ltant to and o-,r tbr or tlh.' n v
owned by the aald city of Hirk IrlatMl r.,i,un
kork river between tbe t4iwn of Swara ani tb -Iowa
of Milan, and lb pure over and auibK rertatn
treat and puntir irroonda In said town or city ol
Milan to IU. armiinue lliereln and lnrld)t:r thr
branch extendtna' from Ihe town of Knt. af.m..
aald to the atgh point oo the bluff' of Kurk ner
known aa Blark Bawkw Warrb Tower. tp(rlber
wim au raid railway company a riicbl of wav. rvaJ
eat ale, leasee, road-bed. Ira, h, at.lv trark-.
ewlicnea. Iron, tie, engine and etanoa Lanae-.,
barn, motors, rolllne ua?k. car, horae. aaa.
rhlnerv, tool, Impiemeni and hdoarmra and a l
aald railway ronjiiany'e pntpertv. iitan-, att.:
apnnnenanreaof e-rary aorl. kind anrt ,!--r ptiofi
wbataiwecr now beloaeinsio and owmd by rail
defendant railway coni)n, Inrludinw thow no.
In ihe noeeaioi or control of Fredi'rit k Ht".
heretofore appointed receiver bcreln. and an eut'i,
which may berrft-r and lrior to anrh aa.i n a,--
tintrea ny mm, incepting neverlhvl, r al. niom v
tielonln to aald drert railway rc-mnany now ib
Ihe banda of paid receiver aad all -tirb aa aiav
ariae f rom or rrow out of the aea of aa.d a!!wa-
,roperty and franeblae. or mar come lo aa d te
reiver prior to kia earrendaritui po--e-:on ofaa-d
railway and neopt-rty aa by aaid d'-rre uroMedi
loKrtberwiih all tbe rivbta. privib-.a and fran
rtiieaa of eald defendant railway eomiabv tn
maintain and operate It-eald railwar ard carry oo
It baeinee. and to maintain and operate lla aai.:
railway over. aloti. arroaa and IhroiiL Ii thr a rm-t
aileya. mad and pnbltr rrxanda of aaid rlt ,t
nora letano. aaianiwnot Wllaaend a d towiiahip
nf tioalb Rock laland, and over and al ri tl
aald bridre afninninc Kork river, aid all other
ncht. ptivilem aad franrklaea whl--rer he
kriB(U or connected with aald raiiwae ront
pany; all of aaid railway, pretn'ar-. projar'v.
rivbta and pnvllrKea beinx eitnecvl in the rouniv
of Rock laland af .rerald aaid aaie bio enbjerl
aevenbelea tn all lien lor taaeaor s-eee-tna. te,
general or apodal, whlrh n.ar have acrraed and re
main I hereon prior to aacb aaie.
TERMS of bALK. Ten tboneand r10.0
dollar In caj down at the time of aaid -lie. and
thremalnd-ropoo the approval aud Confirmation
of anch aaie by aaid cirroilronrt.
Hated at Rock laland, lllinoi, Ihl- bib day of
November, A D.,1J0.
Receiver and Special M aaier ii. i hau ery.
Tbe aaie mentioned fa the abore and rOT-f.itt
notice I hereby postponed lo take plae- nn Tuea
day tbe Math day nf Janaary, A. I. lt , at II e
hour of tea o'clock in tbe forenoon of ,idday al
the place and on the terma mentioned in the
above and forifninv notice.
Dated at Rock laland. Illlnola, thl Sixth day
of December, A . D. 1890.
FREP II ASS.
Receiver and Special Maater tn t'hanccrv.
Katate of Daniel Moaner. der-acd.
The nmieralimed bavins been appointed a.ltnlo
letrator. with the will annexed, of tlie ee.ate of
Hanlrl Moaher. late af the cooalv ot K'v k laland.
tala of lllinola. dieaaed, bereby K-ivr- noiire
that be will appear before the col'B'v court of
Rock laland coanty, at tha nfflre of the rk-tk of
aald court, in l he citv of Rock lalaud. at tbe
March term, oa the Ar-t Momlay is Mm b n. f.
at wblrb time all perwma bavin? rlaitne aralnat
aald ealale are noticed and requeeted to attend
for tbe purpoae of havinn tbe aamaatljnatrtl. All
peraon Indented to aald eetate are reqaeeled lo
make Immediate payment lo tbe naderaivned.
Dated thi Sth day if January, A . O. l-ai.
Ll'THER D. kDWAKlc. Atlmlt.la raior.
Wlib the Will ainex.d.
JOTICE TO PLUMBERS.
Sealed pronoaala will be received hv the Fire
sad Llvbl commlttea of the citv counrll of ihe
any of Roek Ulead, at the rlty rte-ks, n'rire. nn
til 5 p. m. January Iota, mbi. for th n imibinr of
tha Bra engine bnnae lurated al Flat Iron iiare.
Plaaa and apecisrettona can be eeen on aie at
eaid city clerk ' office. Tbe commit lec reaetve
the right to reeet ant and all bid.
By order or Committee.
ROKKRT KOKIILER, Cliy Cl. rk.
January Tib. 1K91.
Has secured as Contribators
During the Ensuing
W. D. Howells. R. Lonls Stevenson
George Meredith, WilUam Black.
Andrew Lang. - W. Clark Russell.
St- George VUvart, H. Rider Haggard.
RodyardSipling. Norman Lockyaar,
I aesjy . aji paaaiafaaaa mora.
The Sunday Sun
fur tb nautaf twelra mratba, win priat more
new sad Btora para llteratura or tb hirlieat
claaaaad by tb moat diitinynUhadof contempo-
rary Wrllera, Ihaa ssy periodical ia the laiud
Prioe 5o a Copy. By Mail $2 a Year.
Address THE SUN, New York.
EORST VON KCECKBJTZ.Pbsmsclrt
Fsssiiaii nun a BraciAXw.
Fourth Ave. and Twenty-Third St.
I W mmm
BOCK ISLAND, I
A8K YOTJB OROCXR FOR IT.
THE TRATELEBV (.TIDE.
CUICaOO. aUX'C ISLAND -ACinc KAIL
way Depot cornet Firth or aad Thirty
flrat street. C. U. Bkelton. arent.
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way Depot Firat aveau aad eixtaeBth M .
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p. m. arrive at Peon tn' i. m Leave Peoria
7 :1t p. m. arrlvea at et.-k .nd 1 -e m.
caai.t ii u.
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ttunrrtnteajeat. iaea'l Tkt. Arrau
"T M ,IL TR AIM arl-.k Rleatrlr 11,-hted end
"earn hnaled Veatlaaled tra'u between fke.
euro, Milwaukee, M. i aalaad alli.aeapr.lia.
TRAN-OtiNTIiaa-STAL ROITB with KWre
IU hied and Mcam neuted Vrat.tK.w-d iraie. he.
wraa ithtcarnand toaarii Bis da. tamaaa or
bu Paul aad law paciac IW1.
ORKA T NATIONAL RofTB between Chicate
Sanaa, city and M. J-av-pb. alo
STnO MILK fK ROAD rearhtat all prracttl
polnta ia IHIaoi. Wiaeoa.ia M aneeota. Iowa.
n laaouri, rkHilk ItaUol ud North Dakota.
For map, time table, rat. of puraara aad
frelchtjeic.. apply to the nvh rauoa arent
of tbaCbiraco. Milwaakae A Mi. Paal RallwaT.o
to any raih-oad arent any where ha toe world.
RUSWBLL NILLBR, VV. H.r trilTIR.
Oaaerol Maakfer teoa l Pa. 1. Aft.
"oe tuferwiatioa tn reTereera to Laad aad
T.'T ?Z!7 br.' Oirfaro. stilwabkea A
bL Paal Railway ?omaany. wnte to H. H Haa
fea. Load Oommlaatoaer Milwaakeuu Wleeow.
CHAS. R. WHEELAN,
Undertaking and Embalmin,;
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