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' DREAMS as evidence
THRILLING MURDER TALES RECORD
ED IN THE OLD LAW BOOKS.
Peculiar Actions of a Disinterred Corpto.
On Man Dream, of a Crime Before It
fa Committed A Mother 8m Her Boa
, Killed ami ArttijM nis Death.
Law report of the Sixteenth and Seven
teenth crntaries contain numerous refer
ences to superuntarni occurrences in court
anil on the scaffold. One of the most re
mnrkable rwortls of this kind Is connected
with a murder trial which took place in
Encland rnrly in tbo reign of the first
Charles. Sir John Mnynnrd, one of the
first lawyers of the century, is the author.
It j for the supomnttirnl events of the trial,
and in his quaint preface to his notes he
says he "thought good to report the evi
dence which wns giren, which many did
henr, thut the memory thereof mitrht not
be lost by miscarriage of papers or other
wise." Odo Julian Korkett, a farmer's wife, had
died, autt'at the coroner's inquest evidence
was iriven proving that the woman's throat
had been cnt from ear to ear. At first the
Jury favored o vcrdictof felo do se, and tbe
body was ititerred; but rumors became
frcnrnil point'ini; to foul play, antl the body
was exhunv-d. Thirty tiny after the death
tbe Jury uwmbled before the body, and
four suspected persons were brought ia.
The only evident agtuost the prisoners
was that they slept in on adjoining room,
and that no one had passed that room;
"therefore, if she did not murder herself,
they must be the murderers."
QCEKR ACTIONS OP A CORPSE.
W'bat took place at the remarkable post
mortem inquiry may best be described in
tbe words of a witness at tbe subsequent
trial, who was described as "an ancient
and crave person, minister to tbo parish
where this murder was committed." This
estimable ireutleniHn said: "They (tbe
prisoners) did touch the deBd body, where
upon th brow of the dead, which was be
fore a livid and rarriou color, beun to
have a dew or irrntlo sweat ari-m upon it,
which Increased by degrees till the swot
ran down in drops upon the face, the brow
turned and chanced to a lively color, and
the tlead opened one of her eyes nnd shut
It aipim, whk'h she did three several times.
She liken ie thru.-t out the rinir or mar
riace linger three times, nnd pulled it in
attain, nnd the linger dmpped blood on the
XutuniMv enough sue'; reniHrknMe evident-it
as this mils rec i.,' J with some sus
picion by the court, although the wit
ness, to ainiii quote Sir John Maynanl,
"wuk a reverend perwui alxut CO years of
ai?, as roulil be kruessed. His testimony
was itelivrn dcravely and temperately, but
to the Kn-iit, admiration of the auditory."
Ample miilirinnti.iii of an obviously im
partial character was, however, furthcom
ing', und the "uimintkm'' turntsl to hor
ror, so much u that the prisoners were
convicted, and two of them sullered death
at tbe bund of tbo common hangman.
Neitherof t lie victims, one of whom was an
sued woman, could ever be prevailed upou
to iiifes any rouiplielty in the crime.
iW Tllf CltlMK IS A MiKAM.
In 17..I an Irish iimnlerer was oinvicte.1
1 irjely iiiii ilrr.im n idemv. A Water
ford publican nanus Holers drtMintsl one
niirlit thai lie aw a man murder another
inan on a ur -eii spot on the summit of tin
adjoinim; i i n i int. Ho was able, next
day to iIc-itJn' l.tli ineu with perfect ac
curacy and did so to mauy of his friends.
One of the tneri w:ls exceptionally strong,
the other weak and puny; hut It whs the
lutterwho. In tint vision, committed the
munler. Uot-ers persuaded the parish
priest to ai-oiujun;- him to tliesK.t, which
he found nitho.it ilillii tilty, but where
there fined to l no I ran-s of a munler
or astriijjl... ii-iice Holers pit rather
lautfheil Hi Wvt day, however, two meu
etifensl t:,e i.ni l e house, and Mrs. Koirers
at once re, o."ii.-e. them from her hiisliand's
description as tin; heroes in t hi- vision.
Much alarmed she fetched her husband,
who was also cert. mi they were the two
When they rose lo li ave Itoifers Ih-u'is
the one he expected to Is' murdered to re
main, but without avail. He nearlv faint
ed with frijnt after the men hail left, and
liiially H rso.ailed a neighbor to accompany
him to the irissn spot on the hill, where,
sure enough, t he tragedy of the dream bad'
taken pl.es-in nality. The murderer was
t racket cml caught, nnd Uom-r, was the
princiil witness. His recital of bisdreaiu
was so vivid I (sit, the prisoner a! once con
fessed, adding t h.it ho killed hi compan
ion exactly ns foretold In the dream. The
weatKui used was a knife, and as eiuht
talis were seen by I; ivrs in his dream, so
the murderer admitted that he drove his
knife up to the handle In hi, companion's
body exactly that numls r of tin..-A2mhn-"
....... W Vll-
... many davs' journey from
her German home. The story she told the
justice was this: Ten years In-fore her only
on had left home. .Ma- heard nothing; of
hi in, and hud no idea nt nil where lie was liv
int until the tn-lit before, when his spirit
appeals to her :,r..l told her what she now
hastened to n l.-.le. The revelation wasthat
after leant,:; Lome tint voting ttian had
wanderisl nbont. hun.p,. till be- h.-nl finally
found perm lie nt wor'.i in the village ,f
Kiaf, in K.issU. Here he bad fallen in
love with u serf's daughter who had a Rus
sian beau. On the preciditis night this
latter had inveigled the youm; Teuton into
the country, where ho t.nd httihlied him
and then concealed tbo boily iu a cave off
Tlie jnstiis- knew that bi.s informant was
poor and bad never Istn outMdo of her
Dative town, and be was m struck with
the vividness of her description of victim,
assailant ami location that he forwarded it
to a notary in Kiaf.
Meantime Carl Kraeme had been missed,
and on the receipt of tbe dream story tbe
police bunted for the cave, found It exactly
as located, and also found the body, with
a wound mrrcspondinif with that described
"Iii if?-osXL"' rnnntervr was at once
arrested, and t liuTsiiioiv Kraeine under
took the loni; journeytoTrVfOSB her son's
death, llcris-cit.il Iu court ws-silid In
the extreme, and she screamed with friuhT f
w urn i.r- saw me prisoner, wnom fine
Ulcntilied and picked out from among a
crowd of tin ti in a dimly lighted cell the
also ident ilb d the woman who was at the
bottom of the trouble St. Iuis Ciobe
IXinorrat. ..i... - - . . i ; . . i
I tpful Maxima.
it hunt i!an-"jr danger cannot be sur
mount, si. v,n, ,,,. hurublu there is per
petual is-nre. Wit once bought Is worth
twite taught. Word mny pass, but blows
fall heavy. Yielding tei ers pacify re
entmrtits. Yonth is the season for im
provement. uo. of all virtues, made hi
choice ol silence.. Xew York Ledger
Vrl. ot th-IMiaTtara awd Ba.
tarn at th Wayward Son.-
I am reminded of a certain willful boy
we have all either known or been just such
a one an aggrieved, unappreciated boy,
who grew 1. 1 dislike hi own home very
ranch, and found bis parent not at all up
to tbe standard of his requirements a a
son and disciplinarian. Si ho brooded sul
lenly over bis disheartening surroundings
and limitations; and of course knowin"
the outside world would afford shu advarf
tages never to be found at home, ue lit out
one morning before breakfast, and tlimb
li?er the back fence and bitterly shak-hiuiM-wm
(he woodpile, he "vanished
ho bad in ;.''' .town the turni.llo v-
execution hi long
v iv dull run away
'nt-, nt t!
lir t rate
-'!. he h.el be.
en u inn. l, M .lM!r.
and 1 1 v i ,-, k l'''"d ,,
m-elf s,.,, llni
"i Ms aa'.W ir.l
" the deliuh
its ,r t. mmiing h.,iM
i as. anil .n,
"ave at on,. f.,,M
b" siii aVml i . -
nrouuliimt t. d.-iv
interval in which
u away to raid a
Tl... ... i
"ht h , at. r
'' h.u ,, ,.-., " ne.abuil
t.. Is-a knot. .si r -'r , 7 ttU',
l' his thro,,, ' ; 1,1 "oclung spot
"hen lie.li, , i.rrVr1 '"'"'rt worse
It . Ilv..rVe " "; ,r",M,'l"n "
on.,,...., Hrt, ,t ' i.';-1 ;7w.opin.
with it k,i ..,-..i,.i;, ' Vut wrestled
u.rk;tl.. win. .. 7. V .,l . Jmost
;ti,... win., i... i ; ' un
of hi. co,pan,.,s. I,:
..... ....,,. or ,,,, .,
"" i i-unt way,
with a loathful, hesitating, reluctant, late,
election-returns characteristic, somewhat
heightened perhaps by the inward resolve
of chopping an armful of wood as be went
in by way of the kitchen. And be did this,
but the hired girl, who was washing the
supper dishes, made no comment of any
He ranged through the pantry with ap
parent carelessness, but the cupboard was
locked. He went out to tbe porch, where,
at least, the pump met him kindly and
shook hands with him, and he drank long
and deep to their more enduring acquaint
ance. The bock yard, in the settling gloom,
was lonesome, but it looked good, and tbe
lightning bugs, against tbe grapevines,
blinked at him with a kind of sallow glad
ness over his return. Ilia heart was soft
ening. He walked thoughtfully to the
rain Imrrel at the corner of the house and
peered in at the few faint stars reflected
there. Then, moved by some strange im
pulse, be washed bis feet.
He then went into the house and on
straight into the room where ant his pa
rents by the evening lamp. Tbe father was
intently reading the paper, tbe mother in
tently sewing. Neither looked up at his
entrance, even reproachfully, and neither
spoke. The loy drew a long, quavering
sigh, and sat down on the remote edge of
a chair. All was still in the room for
long time very still; but everything
seemed so kind and restful and old fash
ioDed and homely and kin to him! Only
if somebody would say something or
come and box- him. anyhow! anything.
Why, .Lord bless 'em, wasn't ho there.
ready to gratefully accept anything from
them? Jiut that silence! If the clock
would ouly strike and drown the whisper
ing, sifting sound of the katydids outside
In tbe dewy grass.
From afar off, down some alien street.
be heard tbe faint halloo of tbe boys at
their nightly game of "town fox" with no
desire whatever to lie a participant in their
sport no, never again in the world! Ha
just wanted to stay in of nights right
there at home alwavs. He cougbed
hoarsely, too and shifted his position
but no vairuest parental notice or solici
tude in response no w ord no look. Oh,
it was very still, lie coiudii t just remem
ber any prior silence that at all approached
it in poiut of such profundity of depth and
density of hu-h. And he felt that he him
self must bre.-ik it; so. Bumming every
suotie aniuce 01 seeming nonchalance to
his aid, and gazing pensively at the cnt
curled in Us wonted corner of the hearth.
at Inst bespoke out airily nnd said, "Isee
you've L-ot the same old cat." Indianap
C'liunceil Methods f Attack.
mere is no question that the gun is
master in the gun armor tight. Armor
has been driven fr-un the complete cover
ing of the broadside to narrow belts and
isolated gun .Mitiuus. nnd now it, seems
that tiio water line belt is likely logo.
mis latter ch:.m?e is not due so much to
Increased gun Mower as to chauuo in the
composition of the lotteries, the introduc
tion of high explosives nnd improvements
in ship construction tending to lessen the
danger of sinking if pierced at the water
It is not propose to change materially
the total weight of armor carried, but the
weight of water line belt armor is to be dis
tributed among the gun stations, loading
tubes, roniiim; tower, engine hatches, pro
tective deck, nnd in the form of light side
annor three to six inches thick, to prevent
shells containing high explosives nitro
glycerine, melinite and similar compounds
from js-net rating and exploding between
decks, tio far as known at present com
paratively thin armor is sufficient to cause
all the violent-explosives to burst before
penetration. Xew York Herald.
She Cot Iter Dinner.
Xot long n'r n woman physician whose
name would bring her honor anywhere,
save as it appeared in a hotel, entered
the cafe of a leading hotel early in the even
ing. She was alone, ami when she asked
to have dinner served the waiter told her
that she could not 1 entertained there be
cause, she was unaccompanied by a man.
She looked him full iu the eyes, and theu
in tones whose authority there was no dis
obeying she said, "Hring mo my dinner,
nnd bring it at once!" And he did. Xew
York Evening Sun.
What Ailed Illra.
"You ought to enter a rrize contest for
the handsomest man," said a lawyer In
the lobby of a police court to a prisoner
who hud both eyes blacked and bU nose
"That's exactly what ails nie," replied
the man. "I went into siaVi a contest, got
the prize and four of the unsuccessful
didates pitched Into me and hnunhr. matn
this." Detroit Free Press.
It has frequently been noticed that the
flumrs of silk ire very long and
' " " rnrious, after sev-
en in the trade
I excessively long
lire tbe trade in
- umo taken by an
...... snier born of parents engaged in other
ift when a train mores bv we feel regret
T.. . tt, ja,.,-, although unknown;
While hn may tell the heart s nnuttered moan
O er one dear face that, when we e'en forget
Th others all, stays with ns, ivid yet
L'y features, wrules and words, which, having
Almit us like pet hirds, their each" sweet toaa
An-i look orw ever in our patbway met!
So when of two one leaves the Howe of Time,
The othr, waitintr, cannot help but irrw-Te
For the lost friend, to whom In sorrow's clime
filch memory in iu loneliness must cleave
While the sad sool tries through Iu requiem
A few tear glistening strains of hope to weave.
Smoked nimaeir to Death.
Th.i most fantastic story told is that of
the strange and slow suicide of the Baron
liela Olnyi, at Pestb. in the year 1S73. The
baron was supposed to be very wealthy
lie had a wife and six children. He lost
his money in speculation, but this w. -t not
known. He went to Paris and insureu his
life for 100,000 guelden each in five compa
nies. He returned to Pesth and his habits
began to change. Ho absented himself
from home for long periods every day
The picturnof health, ha ho
ti"e away, in ten months he dial el
irna. -h. . i . ...
whau The doctors called cnl lontnir run.
sumption. The insurance companies were
suspicious, and their detectives unearthed
a most wonderfnj plot.
This nobleman was discovered to have
hired a small room in a remote and mean
portion of the city. It was broken into
and found to be f urnished with a comfort
able sofa, a table, two chairs and two
chests. In one of these was found a com
fortable dressing frown, a pair of loose
Turkish i trousers, a fez, and a dozen long
pipes. In Tie other were found about 800
strong Havana cigars and a half pound of
common smoking tobacco. From the
vvrappers found in the bottom of the chest
it would appear that in less than eight
months the nobleman had smoked about
lTisf "' "J"1 ahoat 100 Pounds of amok-
. - ot. uoxus trto be-
Not a ntnewl
onr rnend has trot
PtV tryiiifr situation."
' 1 Indeed ! ITow is thatr
8UrVn ll"Ct,d Jn'lge.'' WaAington
A Lucratire Profemlon.
"I understand you ,
in-lignaUou against the ca,ne Y
l-'hly commeud,,!," COU,W"y
t one dollar, tw.. 11,e..ove hrge
larjfe xviien we conaider th ' 18 reaUJ
p Jved." ' the Pr-h'-'ipl,-
"Pris-uscK- t .
Pany for thut OoUar porel vT - CUUt'
And your honrarin?!,r0nI'rie?tt,1,i
am told that 10 ner Urteftxr-I
-.- . n.iiL ti. .
A WAITRESS FOR A DAY.
ROMANCE OF A $50 BILL THAT
HANGS IN A BEAUTY'S ROOM.
A Pretty Story of City People Itouchlug
It In a Wild and Unsettled "Part or tba
Big West A SUter-ln-I-aw Takes the
Place of Servant for One Meal.
In the pretty morning room of a certain
young woman in thia city there hangs on
the wall a tto bill, framed Hrst by a wide
gray mat and edged with a narrow rim of
scarlet plush picked out in gold. Thereby
hangs a tale. One of the Kaster weddings
was that of the young woman's sister.
She married a civil engineer, who, straight
way after tbe manner of civil engineers,
rushed off to Arizona to survey a copper
mine alsaut to be or already opened in that
distant territory. His bride accompanied
him. and the sister was induced to go also
for purpose... as she put it, of "travel, ex
ploration ami adventure."
Things were not altogether bad out
among the Indians; the mine was on th(
line of n railroad; they had carried with
them a good many home belongings; a
house was secured, such as it was. and a
more or tes proper establishment set up.
The summer and the sister stay were
nearly nt an end, when oue afternoon Mr.
Tom. the husband and brother-in-law.
sent word from the works that the Knglish
member of the firm which was developina
the mine had arrived suddenly for a few
hours' stay and he would bring him up to
dinner. This announcement created some
The cook was a half breed who was ex
celleut within his limits, but he knew
nothing even of the rudiments of but
leritig. As a matter of fact the fam
ily were accustomed to dine en buffet.
This, freely translated, meant frequent
trips on the part of one diner or an
other to the chest at the side of the room,
which by courtesy was called a sideboard.
"Hut an Kuglishman, you know, Nell.''
said Mrs. Tom plaintively, "expect at
dinner to be served if be takes that meal iu
an Indian jungle. With our canned soups
and lobster, nnd the superb joint which
Nelson ran get up, we ran offer a most pre
sentable menu, but what shall we do for
some one to change the plHtes?"
A MAIU FIK AS HOl lL
.Miss Neil immediately begged to take the
role for a single appearauee. "It will be
no end of fun." she argued, "and 1 warrant
neither you nor Tom nor the Englishman
has ever txsn served as I shall serve yoo
to-night. I've always conteuded it took a
high degree of intelligence to create a peP
feet butler or butleress," she added with f
laugh, "and I'd immensely like to show
what culture can do with a dinner tray." j
In the end, though with many niisgiv;
logs on .Mrs. Tom's part, the plan was ar
ranged. A note was dispatched to Mr
Tom warning him not to mention his
sister-in-law in any way that all wouhl
Is- explained hirer. It was a few moment
after their guest, bad been welcomed that
n capissl and uprotied figure appeared in
the diHirway announcing quietly, "Dinner
is served " Whatever Mr. Tom may have
thought or felt be could not express
could do nothing indeed but follow h1
wife ns the Knglisbmn hau-led lier on
Kverything went beautifully in the dining
room r'rom soup to cheese the serving
was irreproachably The guest, a genii.
companionable nmn of perhaps 50, ws.
visibly afTect.sl by the skill ond general ej
egtince ot the waitress., and Jin Tn
caught several several searching glance
thrown upon her maid.
Nothing was said, however, till the dote
of the dinner, when, the coffee having beo
placed iiimiii the table, tbe deft and definite
han lniaio'eti withdrew. Then the Fngtish
nan voiced his surprise that Mrs. 'Tom
could keep in this nut of the way plate
such a thoroughly trained ami canal Je
maul, whereutmn Sirs. Tom, knowing thit
her sister could n.tire no fu.rther than tie
screen in the corner of the room which
concealed an emergency butler's iwntrv.
evolved for ber lienelit a delightful litt!:e
'Yes," she tieati slowly, sipping bar
coffee, "Kllen is quite a superior rotina
person. As you have noticed she is intelli
gent and refined much beyond ber station.
really very well educated, too. And she 'la
the heroine of a verv nrettr little w-
ltoi i k a'I ItKTtfint Tloji. j:
At this juncture nslight ratfTing of glass
ware behind thescreeu warned Mm. To-m
that her story was taking effect, and with
a ifleam of mischief, at which her hushand
could have groaned aloud, she proceeded:
"She is engaged to lie married to a very
estimable young man iu New York, tbe
wedding day was set over a year atro, when
six weeks Is-fore tbe date arrived the coin
ing groom was stricken blind in an hour,
lie has been under treatment ever since,
slowly retraining his sight, and she, poor
girl, is saving every penny of her wages
against the time when be must leave tbe
hospital. I think she means to marry him
as soon as possible and support him until
he can get work again. It is quite pathetic
nu interesting her ilevotion." j
Hut Mr. Tom could -stand the strain ho
longer, and proposed a return to the p ,r
lor The Knglishmnn, however, did i nt
drop the subject at once, asking a numl r
of questions about Ellen and her "co n
p.'iny." He left, as was expected, soon if
ter dinner, and Miss Nell was free to pour
the vials of her wrath upon her wicked
sister's head, an occupation in which sl'.e
was ably seconded by Mr. Tom when he j
turned from putting their recent "guAt
aboard his train
The end. however, was not vet. Witf in
a fortnight Mrs. Tom received a note frytn
the Knglishman. dated at New York in
which be said that he had been much'fm
pressedwith ihe loyalty and devotion of
her mnid, Kllen. who was undoubted'' a
most worthy young person, and he went
on to lg Mrs. Tom to find some way to
bestow the inrlosed-a . bill-upon her
to aid in hrr courageous and praiseworthy
Thus retribution came to Mrs Tom.
She was overcome at what she had done,
and then- was no totnt irtanie way out of
it. It was imp os,ibie to explain to the
J'.nglihhnian how he had Us-i, deceived
Nor could the bill be pla;wilv returned on
the part of Kllen. There m nothing
to do but to keep it and thank the donor
which Mrs. Tom acc.,nipl,..:,e.l. it niust be
con...-d . with miK-h lp ,nall ber usuaj
grace. 1 he bill hangs u '.' . wuU ol "1
len's" room today a double warning
against theatricals in private life, and
the utterance of pretty rom.mer. wiinh
have no foundation in facL. Her Point of
View in New York Times.
The Richest Clergymen.
Tbe I lev. Dr. Charles F. Hottm
bis brother, the liev. Dr. E. A. H
dean of the General Theological se;
both of New York city, are said u.
richest clergymen in the United
The wealth of each of them is abc
Dearaeas Can met fea Cared
I 1 1 - .. I
uj urcai applications, as tneycsnri
tbe diseased portion of the yearJ
is oniy one way to curesfne8s,
is ov constitutions .,
'- - . tnniot.
When this tube k3r
rumbling sound or in. ,ef,'.,
when it U entirelv closed. ''A
result, and unless the inflaVS
be taken out and this tube res
normal condition, bearing V
stroyed forever; nine ctses out i
csuseil by catarrh, which it o
an inflamed condition of the
aursces. ,. ,,
we will give one hundred dol
any case of deafness (caused by ca"n m Vho have purchaae!tiUie I ck Island Ice
that we cannot cure by taking Hall''8 jP-'o's outfit, began dtfclivering Ice Nov.
' vure. oena lor p n.nl.n I.,...
Isold by druggitu, 75c.
. J. CHKHKT& Co
of Kansas, didnt get anvthlne
of in his stocking.
The question has been
thit.K " try them. Yoo
?nd .bow'rt LV
THg HOCK IBLAKD ABGUB. FRIDAY, JAKtJABY 9. Ib91.
wmmain. -- i
t VBEST & GOES FARTHEST."
thiouL' US ??.anufa,cturs are drawing the atttntion of
the PUbUC - tl?LS" and,evecSinc, irs invention,
the bat of all cocoas.it will soon be appreciated here as wel
as elsewhere al over the world. All 'that the manufacTur
vYvre?lMlS,mJ,y m triaI or- stH1 a compara
tive test with whatever other cocoa it may be; fWvAV
Houti.n s Cocoa itself will convince every one of its creat
superiority. It ,s because of this superiority that the
Englisi paper JTenlth. savs : "Onceirierl
THE POSITIVE CURE. ll5M
BBOTHKRa. OS Warran
Tho Ueserter anil Hi IMpe.
A Commonwe.-liU avenue physiciau had
been dining with a few professional -cronies,
and ns tbo cittra were lighted the
talk drifted to t-ie tobacco habit, first, in
its effect tiion the race at large, and then
to its peculiar ek'ects tiiKm various indi
viduals. I kvmif a man. said the elder
physician iu fact, he is now in my employ
who is a victim of the strangest whims
in regard to the t;se of the weed that ever
came under nty oliservation. He is a
Scotchman, aboi t W years old. Twelve
years ago he deserted from tbe English
navy and came to this country, when I
gave him a posit ion us coachman. One
morning I went into the stable, and no
ticed that a hole t bout two feet square bad
been cut. iu a part ition between two stalls,
and a little shelf had leen nailed up under
neath it. f wondered what on earth it had
lieen done for, but Donald was away nt the
time and wdien he came back it bad slipped
It was a week ai terward before I hail oc
casion to go inlot'iestableagain, nnd when
I dil 1 found Donald standing on a stool,
leaning bis elbow n the shelf, with a long
clay -ie in his m. -nth, smoking away like
n good one and blowing t he-smoke through
the little window be bad cut. I'poti my
questioning him lie told ne that ot the
twer.fy years be ha d i::s.sed iu ber ma jesty's
service wn of it li:i l been o:i lmard a pow
der ship where the rtil"s :i riin-.t smoking
were very strict. During all this time be
b id bei-ti avcusioin-'d fo-tr times n day lo
stand Ukiii a chest iind lean out of a iHirt
holc to smoke, 1 hat no one would smell
it, and when nt las- lie took French leave
he found that ho i-ould not get any satis
faction out of a p unless indulged in
the oltl posture, nnd so you can find him
after each meal am! for half an hour before
going to bed, stand nig on that stool blow
ing bis smoke through the little window.
Who rules in this town ?
Depends or, the question up.
The lamp chimney ques
tion w hat sort do you break ?
Whatever sort your dealer
How, do you think, he
selects his chimneys ?
He buys the se that cost him
leasts he can get the regular
price for them ; and the faster
they break the more he sells,
That's how he- reasons.
Tell him you want Mac
beth s " pearl top " or " pearl
glass, tough glass, transpar
ent, clear, not foggy, fine, of
right shape and uniform. Tell
him you'll pay him a nickel
more a piece, and that will
cover his extra costs twice
over. Tell hir 1 you don't pro
pose to break any more. Try
your nana at ruling.
Pittsburg. UEO. A. MACBETH CO.
When a man tells you that be is per
reciiy cod ten ten he neani, in nine rases
out of ten, that after thinking the mat
icr an over oe aoes not see now bo can
get anything more.
If Tonr itoa m is on rira
You put water on tb burning timbers,
not on the smoke. And if you have
catarrh you should attack the disease in
the blood, not In the nose. Remove the
impure cause, and tht local effect sub
sides. To do this, tal e Hood's Saraapa-
nlla, tbe great blood purifier, which radt
cally and permanently cures catarrh. It
also strengthens the nerves. Ha sure to
get only Hood's Saras parilla.
"I n in a quandary for an appropriate
character in which to go to the New
Year's ball.'' "You might go as a good
In the pursuit of tbo eixyl things of
'his world we anticipate too much; we
eat out the heart and sweetness of world
ly pleasures by delight! ul forethought of
them. The results obtained from the use
of Dr. Jones' Red Clovor Tonic far exceed
all claims. It cures dyspepsia, and all
ttomach, liver, kidney and bladder
troubles. It is a perfet t tonic, appetizer,
blood purifier, a sure cure for atrue and
malarial diseases. Pi ice, 50 cents, of
"Have you anything to say, prisoner T"
asked tbe judge. "No, your honor, ex
cept that it takes but very little to please
to Hervou Debli tatad Man.
If you will send mt your address we
will mail yon our Illustrated pamphlet
explaining all about Dr. Dye's celebrated
electro voltaic belt ami appliances, and
their charming effects upon the nervous
leouiiaieti system, and how they will
Qicklv restore you to vigor, manhood
ind health. Pamphlet free. If you are
bus afflicted, we will set d you a belt and
ippliances on a trial.
I Voltaic Bklt Co . , 1 Marshall. Mich .
Don't put too much trust in providence.
Providence has her arrai full of fools al
i D Jon Cotgkl
i Don't delsv.,3I?'ske Kemp's Balsam, tbe
pest eon" j. it will cure vour
- I V R 0Y lUUUCUAl buu
DcCauae It is -1 pure Daisam
tbe light and bow clear and
iou wilt ae tbe excellent
'ct aftertaking the Dnt dose. lATge
btlles 6O2 aBd f 1
essra. Hlldenranai e rveinuurger.
- 14. . ,
A motto for tipplers: 3on't give up
J sip. S
The Ty Toni bierclist tae'i In lis hd.
Not (or him the soring sun rbialnr.
B h" been Sang sua is sore in iwij mm
But Baivsuoi im "
. ir TOO HAD A r UKltD
About to vlult some Mtu""" "
UrUl dtaeaae.elther n the font of chill, "d fever
erblUooa wssttteat was swiirj '7,
woald be aboat the wits . , s.m give
jumT W will tell joo-to 7 along, a- pro
car. n srriTiBg. Out potest ol.lnal ss gnart.
Hostetur's Btosaacu Biuers. juK.wu uwngoont
pUgned regieo. d -Th.
.nnt sm of dlsatmh B the Sismstlc
iJ. .nrobblnf!lto its Ml de.ti,e In
ST' Not Mir It fort fy th. hy
locreiting it. stamlaa, hot ev some.
ofdhj.ron. the liver and ihe
?' ":Ti. ..l.inntll Effect Of D'
b dllv nd aienU' esTiosnr. Iu 1 oneh
cauVuoa to Mlntry or hit ?rU
of SUmentstlon, blllou. secret! ii
Si uilSrt powrfal sndKUsb . au.
ss id crHin
m tther. or
V ;eep hare
ALL OVER EUROPE.
en s Cocoa
SU Mew York, rrlceucul
HOW IS YOUR CHILD?
Swift's Specific is the great
developer, of delicate child
ren. It regulates the secre
tions; it stimulates the skin to
healthy action, and assists
nature in development.
There is no tonic for child
ren equal to 3- S- S
Send fot our treatise on Blood and
Swirt SHix-inc Co., Atlanta, Ga.
"Stmatt.inft wanfe-d" ami "Help" want. Inserted
one wee. iu the l.u y Avars PKEB.
for Sale. Kent. Exchange and Miacellanenns
wants inrerted one tiny at 1c tt-r w..nl: three
lUysntt per wurd iiLd one week 4r kt
to do choris tot bin hoard this wlcti r.
wrlfBLY rntMSIKD KOOM fok two
XX koih emeu at hit Twentieth ureet.
"C "K KKST My rtf i-l.-noe en Klr-f
X oetaet-n Kleventh and Twelfth Slrectn.
r.oinw. wiih ull modern imi.r.tv.-nientw
IU lw liKKKoE S-'DAFEK
WANTED A Urst-rlss Ueiiersl Mnnacnr for
this city and vicinity to introduce tho- rhase
Plan" of Acrideet lusuranre li eotnhlnes all
the aiivan itffes of the "old line" ". the "0111
tul" systems. Terna mmt liberal; adilrma
W. D. CIIAMC, See'y, OfOera. N. Y.
PROFESSIOjN AL CARDS.
J. M. l;EAhlSLKY,
I TTORNEY AT I.AW Office wl
I worthy, Ki5 Second Avenua.
JK kSON a: HURST,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Office In Rork Island
National Bank BniidinK, K.wk Inland. Ill
a. d. swaiKsr. - o. i.iu
SWEENEY k WALKER,
ATTOKNEY8 AND COrNSELLORH AT Uf
Oflica In ben-loti's nlok, Kock Island, lil.
ATTOKNBY-S AT t.AW-lx.sn money op cod
security, make collections. K. feren. e. Milch
sii Lynde. hankera. Oflloe In fosiofnce blork.
THE II1II.T AKfil S.
EH)R SALE EVEHY EVKXISO nt Crsmpton'a
"EHY CVKXINa at I
Kive ccnu jn-r copy.
. news Mann.
IUtS. Kl THI.KKOKl tc HITLER,
n radi'ates op tii e ostahio vete rx a-
tlry colleitts, Velemary Pbviei.n anil Hnrjreo-is.
Mtire. Tindall'e Livery Manic; Kaaidaoce: Over
As.era Bakery, market aqnaro.
WM. 0. KliP.D. D.S.
OFFICE REMOVED TO
Rooms M, ST, 2s and It,
Take Elevator. DAVENPORT, IA.
Library Biilldinir, Davenport, lwft, Tall for
limatixi ntitl "re work nefnr rotnr lo rhlratro
r atmi or
$200.tK) and Upwards
For sale, secured on land worth from
three to five times the amount
of the loan.
Interest 7 nor rent semi annnallv. collected ana
remitted tree of charga
E. W. HURST,
Attoektct at Law
Boons I and 4 Masonic Temple,
.ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
-ALL KINDS OF-
done. A specialty of fnrnishtnc all kind,
of 8toyes with Oastinfra at 8 MStl
A MACHINE SHOP
u been added where all kinds of machine
wotk will be done Amt-clssa.
NINTH ST. AND 7th AVE.
DOWNING BROS., Propts.
law as Fast and Thaw-tried I
LOSSES PROMPTLY PAID.
R. R. TICKET
(V ember Amancan Ticket Broken' AM'tn)
Rkbtjokd Rates to au Points.
OFFICE .la Adam. Xxpreee Offloa ander
The Orcat French Hemedy for Bappieaalcmi
and Montblylmnlarititt.. A
lauie. Ij 1j uoe'm renoaisii nil, . -
m.,.nl usnnnliah all that U
peculiar to women roll aireuono wiw
box. per box or three bozeeforaa. A mart ran
Pill Co., royalty proprtetors.hpeocer, Iowa. Tbe
(Ttnnlnepill obtained of Otto Kudert, jvlaatree.
Kock Ialasd, Jappe Cow, Davenport, aod of all
Dr. S. E. IIcGREARY
(Lata of Cincinnati, Ohio.)
Has Permanently Located is
lathe past eight stontha ka. has snccca ful'y
treated more than
1 JtOO f'AStKM '
of the most severe; character. Hitrpecialtirstre:
I KIv'ATK ANT
.Duch rases as rkeumatisro, neural
Ria, scrofula, aatbma, catanh, heart
dise :ae, all kluki of nervous disease,
eolk pst, chorea and nervoui proitra
tiom. In fact all chronic or long stand
Positively and Permanently Cured or
a-vr Ilorg of Manhood, ttemlnsl WeaVneaa, and
Errors of Youth, positively sod permanently
CVroettlvely ao case takrn that cannot be
ourod. CorrrspondeDre accompaidtd by 4c la
tamps promptly answered.
Office McCnlkmg-h'a New Block.
W. Third Street, near Main,
EOEIVEK'8 8 ALE.
STATE OF ILLINOIS,
Rock Inland Oolutt,
In the drrolt Oonrt in Chnci-rr
Jobn Peis. administrator cum tftanicii.o snn-xo
ox me ewtaie or tiaiicry uaTenport.fi. eaard, va.
the llork lelacd and Milan Mreot Hn Iway Com
pany. .'barhs H. b.oddanl, J . Y h-hinnn.
tlm.ra Hunt, frlei friea aod J. ti. y.areie.
Jobn Frets, admlnist.ator enm titini-.ito au
m-lo of tbe raiav of Batlev Davmnori. or-rra-ed.
vi.. the K's-k lila A. Mitun Strrct
Kailway Company. Krra Wilchrr. John U'.
Stewart, Jamra M. M.ntx m.r)-, hlinti.
Krazcr. Levi sbarp Frederick WrM-rb-u-r,
Krederlrk f. A. Ornkmann, Williaiu f. Hal
llirau. hoe WoodmamHsn, Tnoma. S. t-ilvls.
louia V. Kckbart and John K. Pownmi;.
.irorye Powuiok, Sr., Jamt-n If..wrin,r and
t uvuias Uowiurg, partuera ate., a. Ix.wniuK
Notice l brrrby itlvrn that h virtu e of a d
ctee of ill circuit court in and for the county of
K.wk Wland in the state of Illinois, ci.ter.tl iu the
alM.vrDiitlrdranarann the Tli:rt:tiU (hl day
ol nptciiiMr,A .l , ItrjO, I .bail on s.niruy. ir.e
mh lJ day of DrcmtMT. A. D . '!, at the
liour of It-n f to o'clock in the f..r.-t oon -f a.rt
day al the north door of (he court lion-a in ihr
cltv of Kock Inland la said county of lio- k .iau1,
sell, snbVcl to the approval ol nnd otiiirinatum
by aai.l circuit court.) at pub'ic ancitoo m.ba
blbrel hitloer or biod. ra npn the lt-rn. iMrwin
aftcr and iu vaid drcrsf mrtitiot.cd. ail .tic rail
way of aid deft-ndau. tho h k Inland A Milau
Street Hallway l omtatl.y. ml. I nulwny etrr.rl.iii;
frtim th comer of s.-.-nteentb eirtM-l anu KirM
arenue In raid ci.y of Hock la.aud i.i.oiik'u sd
aMot( tbcsireei. and avenee of aaid lt l. a
point at or near (be ..mthern lin'rt. . .aid city,
and .lierw-e over ita nifMt of ay and in i.srt ov.-r
and aU.na ct-rts'n roa.lt and bli'hwa.p in the .nmn
uf Ninth Ho. a lelsut to and o rr (he or Oite. mm
oKocit by the .aid city of Ho. k l.isu.i t..-kl.tntr,
Ion-ii riv.-r betw.s-n the to-.i of f-. ar. aul h.
U.wn f Milan, and ibl-oce o.-.t aiMl ari.n certa.u
efn-sa.. auo putlieLrrfinds in Mid .own or cut !
Milan lo it. ta-rmitiiia therein and iiiclcd.t.ff .lic
brHtcli estciHlnot from tlio u.wp of s.-ar. afore
said to tbe hipb p.lnt on il.e Nn of krk ner
known a lila. k biai't Vl'atih 'iV.-r. t..-ih. r
"lib all said railuay cunpau) ' nirbl of v. r.
lale, lea-ea, road-bt-u. (rack, .ide-lra' k-.
awttebva. Iron. tie, en'ne and ;eii"n h.ue.
barna, m.or, rttiliua efM-k. ar. b-s-M ma
clilliry, tools. ltnio-men.a and bri.Mi,iiu and a.l
aaitl railway cm.an 'e pro)ertt. atkp.lancee sim!
appuneaanreaof every eori. kind anu .i - r.piu.a
wUM.Mftrver now bebMitfinc to and owned by Mtd
defendant railway romnai.y. tnriodin.: tho now
In ihe poeion or control of frr.lerlrk llmwn.
hereforore aiH ointed receiver bervjn. and ail .oh
which may berealt -r and irtr lo ntcb .ale la- ac
quired by htm, IrXCeplInK nevenleiew.atl Kri
beloniinu to said .tn-rt railway rompativ rw in
the hand of said receiver ana all nu b aa ma
ariae from or irrow out of the mm -f saui -,
property and frattehOsra. or mav CfHU.- to .a d -'-c
river prior to his .urrerMieriiii: poM-o-at.oi nt a! 1
railway Mndnrooerty a by eald d.-,r.-i- brovi.ledi
.fre.ber wiih all (tie riirbia, prtvil.-.a and frme
cbowe of eald defendant rai.wav .-,.nitei.y tr
maintain and oerai.Oi paid rmilw.y ad tarry ou
Iu hu!neMa, atMl lo maintain and ip.-rst- ii. .aft
railway over, along, ecrMe and Ihrou. ti ihe . reel-,
aileya. road, and public .rround. f said cl: of
Kock l.lamLaaid town of Milan and 'i iowu.hi:i
fcf South Kock inland, and over and clorr lb.
said bndreo anni.u; hu-k river, and ail other
rtyhta, priviU-ires ard fraochUe whi-si.ver ha
loniring to or connected with to paid raiiwav com
pany; all of said railway, premiae., prnrn-r y
rivhutand pelTiit-Ke. betni; situated in the coiiniv
of Kock Island af reaala aid pair hr.nir eiit.ject
Deverthelees toallliena lor lasts, or aetnHu. ...
irenerai or special, wbira mar have accrued and re
main .hereon prior loaucbaaie.
TBKMS Or SALE. Ten tbouaand (10.frt)
dollar. In ca-q down at the time of aaid uie. and
the remainder urn the approval aud continnatbin
of urh .ale hv said circuit court.
baled at hock Island, Illinois, t!.l. V.b duy of
November, A 1., lnai.
Receiver and Special Mw.er ... i uancerv.
The .ale mentioned ia .be above at.a fon-s-oin
notice I. hereby poetpnaed I, take p!a. e imi Tues
day the Sixth day of January. A. !, at (be
hour of tea o'clock in tor forenoon of .midday a.
Ihe place and on the lerma mr-LUobed In the
above and foretrotnr notice.
listed a. hock l.land. Ililao'.a, thla Sixth day
of December, A . li. 1M9U.
Receiver and Special Maater u Chancery.
Xata.eof Daniel Iloahrr. deream d.
The auderaijmed having beea appointed admln
Istralor, with the will annexed, of ti.c relate ..f
Han.el Moaher. late at the count v of liock l.land.
plate ol lllinoie. aeceaned, hereby itive. nottie
that he will appear before the eonn v court of
Kock l.land county, al the offlre of ihe clerk of
esid court, in tbe citv of Kock I. land, at tba
March turm, oa the Brat Monday In .Man ii ncx.,
at which time all persona having claim, airai.i.t
raid estate are notified and requeeud to alien-,
for the purpoae of having the same d justed. All
persons indebted to said estate are re.jue.ied to
make Immediate payment to the undotened.
laud thi. Sib day i f January, A D. l-ld.
LLTUEK I), ADVTAKI)i. Admit h raior.
With the Will ainrxid.
Jlj'OTIOB TO Pl.rMBER3.
Sealed pronoeal will be received hv the Klre
and Liirbt couimtttee of the cl.v couio-il of the
of Hock 1..SUJ. at tbe city e'erk a ..Tire, nu
ll .P' ni' JknoeT lh, 111. lor the p uii.l.n.t of
toe are endue house located si F'ai In.n ...uar.-.
nana and .pciarallona c.n be seen on llle a.
said city cleek'e office. Tbe covrmuu-e n-aorte.
the right to reject an and all bids.
Ily Older of t'nmmlt.ee.
ROBEKT hOEllLER, t'itr Clerk.
January Tth. lstn
Has securedas Contribaton
During the Ensuing
W. D. Howells. fL Louis Sterensou
George Meredith, William Black.
Andrew Lang, W. Clark RaasalL
rferard Ifitig, Norman Lookyaar,
And many other Dhuimjaurhed Wrilera.
The Sunday Sun
for the enauLng twelv. mmtha, will print more
news and more pore literature of the hurheat
claee aad by the most dlatineniabed of conhtmpo
rary writers, than any periodical la tbe t'nllod
Price So a Copr- Br Mail f 2 a Tear.
Address THE SUN. New York.
HOR.8T VON KCECKRITZ, IWmacler
rxaacaurTiess a aarjtaxrr.
rourth Ave. and Twenty-Third St.
ASK TOTJR OROCSR FOR IT.
THE TRAVELERS HIE.
CUICaGO. KOCK ISLAND M PA.1FIC KAIL
way Depot corner Fifth avenue aad Thirty
tPt street. C. U hkel.on, agent.
1 vl.aave ttaa.ee
Council bio 9. A llmiieeo-1 ,""vi .m' ei-m..
.a Dae Einreaa ... f 4.30ami 1 SB am
nanaaa in.y iiay Kxpreaa
..T r . . - I ,
ft -an mn em as
Wuhtstftim Kthnsv .. t X a. ..n, 1. -e. ..n.
.Council Bluff. AMianeeo-i '
taKxprea. JT.n0pm ere
Conned biqS. Omaha I . ,, .'
Limited Veetlbule Ex.. " eaMa
aneaa City Limited 10 56 pm M:44 ao
UoiOit weal. lkin e.-i. !eily.
BrRlJJf.JTON KuI"jB-Cs, ft. A tj. RAIL
way Depit Firel avenue aad Sixteenth
It J. VoatiK, seent.
Pt. Loai. tfxpreee
Su Lome Rxprt-.s
M. Paul Bxprea
v-va . aarvm
a 4ft mm r. .sJ
7 Vi pm t 1 pro
5 pt 7 r an.
- V. pm ...i ara
Vl'ay KrH.-ht .Morimo.nb.
aw 1 n
"ar Freight fSierl .i. jl K'mhi id ... .m
Werllruf faaK-ns-r " Jti no
Duboaue am S:.ipn
CIlir.Men. Xll.WAI KRK Ivr. PAl'L KAIS,
war Ke.ine A roci.we.tem T.i ...onlK-.
po. Twci-tleik "teei. Ia.-ieen 1'ir.l and tsucimd
avenne, E. I. W. Ho'.m.-a. aw. nt
' l p
wa.l and htprtMM.
hi. Teal Exp..-..
. i . A Aecon modatl a ....
e.. A- Aecon pro. 'at io... . . .
R.H K Isl.AMiA PFOM A RAILWAY IR
pot K'r.t avenue sn-l i'nrntieth aln-et. Y.
HK. kwell. Agent.
I Lrarx. Aar.va.
am ?:-ii nm
Kl prce -j-Sillu 1 Vbn
Cai.ie Acomm.Mlati.u : H to ara pm
j 4 pm l.ou
HOST I)IHECT HOITTE Tl) THE
:Eastand South Eas.
se ilxsi t-T.
yS Fa-t I
1 as.tsa -a.v.
l.en Kt E
I'd ar: 1 ' .4nl T ii
l av pm 8 nam :v R.
8 is) pm! s M aa. ar ri . iv it V i nl a as
n . .ami.Camr. d.-a.. K r. a. i-m
1 M pa- k Njau.i i.- a :l M an. ft ' pm
a -vi piu.i.i. an.;., v. e.:ar.. ll tc to. n 17 p:
4 r.7 wo lii'.limi.rrw.M.n . M am! 4 7 pi
a pm.ll J am! . Peons. . . . an. 4 to pm
hlt pmj 1.15 pm;Tl.wm.t..-;nSk I s la u. t to pm
11. IS pm V- pre I f .-le. s. In .. 4 an.; 't pm
.ro am1 v, Ma-s. lr.... w.. . j ami
lt. ami SS?pN. I.nv..i... .;.l ilia HI V...
A 15 am. 7. IS pm Terre l.aie. Jo A pail h is am
aiSamj I So am Evanvilie. I a.Apnil l.iaiam
t. am 4 au pm.iidi.nt. i. !lt.lspe ;.it is
.wam .... uoeit -i'e . i t 4 pa.
7 9 am 10 a.. mi; 1ni.iT;ai. U 7.1:1pm
Paaaencev train amvr and depart from L ama
Aecommmlatlon tea's have Knrk l.land -
P- m. arrtvee at I eon. f m a m Leave. 1'eona
:i p m. itrm al K- k l-.at.sl 1 a ei.
caai.i aa.a. a.
Arrnm. I K'.A Ac I Are,.
4 1) ami u.intsr; 4.m pet
' 7 4 i m!n .v am. pm
IS a-iU o am! ft pm
Lv. Rock l.land. ...
Arr. Kevnolda .... . ..
Itork l.iand ...
.Ac-m. a"; Ac, a
a ' am It hi ms pm
7 maa 14&pm .ra
8 '6 am ..ai pm ftm pm
their car on Feat Exprr. bet wee a Rock Ialasd
aad renna In hotk dlrtoUone
U. B MI.LOW. si. "TOTKnorfl.
hupertnteadeat. trea'l TkL Afeat.
rT Mail TRAIN with Electric lu-bted end
"earn healed Veil. baled train, between
caaw, Milwaakee. M. Paul aad Mmueauulia.
TRAS-OONTI.WI.-NTAL R.HTE wiih Eler'rw
IlltbUMland Sieam heal, A V. ti.eel.-a rmi.. n.
tweaa (ihicacoand t.vine.1 B all., umaha or
hi. Paul and tbe factor fua.1.
GRSA T NATIONAL RoITK hetwera Chwaeo
Aanea. City aad M. Joe. ab. Mo
B7IW MILE OF ROAD reaching all neiu-tJ
poinu In llllaot.. Wiann.in. MinaeMita. Iowa.
Miaooarl. Soath Dvtota and North Dakota.
'or maps, time table, rare, nf paware and
'""ht. etc., apply lo the nearft eta.toa event
of ttteChram. Milwaakee A bi. Paul hallaay.sr
to any railroad aeent any where 1 the world.
BOO WELL MILLER. A. V. TI. CARPENTER,
General Maaacer Uea'l I aea.A 1 . Act.
kw Foe Informal ioa In referenea to Land, aad
Town, owned by by the Cb.rwro. klilaauke. A
M-Paul Railway Company, write b U. M Has-
jva. luq oummtaaioaer Milwaukee, w lacoae-n.
chas. r. vut:i:lan.
Undertaking and Embalming
Dlmlck Block. No. ftus mtk fit.. Rock I. -and.
Ilarrnr parr Va-ed a roe plepr line of I'aAertak
Iny rooda. i hear and eppuartenes-ee. and
havn.r aecore itae eervlrea of Mt.UM. K- Reed,
of raicaao. aaf aapeet f um-ral atuasrwr esd em
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