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for t. Wen Coops la
'ICLtoShip P"""- i
Ti,e value Ol tue biuck u
depreciated ty u, anu
ne 8tocK are ai-
for light ship-
Jf . ... nwns
&-cm. fnrer charges. Farmers
......w-ifwl Jii o- .
' - a'lil "e ""i
' mtvr of these described and il
r.,B.n' Tlle Southern Fancier thd
h.'lm Jiiniunir coop made in
with the t-Iun shown at Fiff,
lmum , , tiie COOD 0f solid
Itf-' '"l :..ri.-d and is bored full
hi'lft11' . - .....1. 1..,..1 .,f
i , coon has """" "
iiw lwrt'1 f nil of holes for ven
The sides are sloping to cor-'"iniiieii'l-1.
Burlaps or calico is
J. , .. ,,i.r from the ton nf
V board to The top. The top
, 13 inches wiue ana -co uiuufs
V lit 'II uniiMicu ucing
2 Manure and zoincues uigu t euus.
' .. funncl runs into the water can.
3EV'. , ,1 w Tuisteil the following
vf-;t;s iuii"" t -
firase pour water in this fun
: '"for the fowlri. An opening is cut in
.'r-n board as Ions? and wide as it will
A small feed
i rvwra a.-
0 '' ' - .
rin b ' tackpil on insiae. dui 1 ao
rOWi 8 10" is eiil tcij liLLia 1U
i commodious snipm'O coop.
I T.rrrl,in?list.meesthe f1 hmii)i
(j$t be an advantage, with a large
sjtbed fucnrl through which to poor
a feed. This coop is strong, has plenty
l-imri!arii)n and the fowls are snre of
(sitsr i' well attended to in transit,
isies. it is very light, 1-inch stuff
vj:. Wn-r fnAnli ftr Imft-.nm trnA oil
I Tie coop hem described will hold four
l.'.itli. lanre size."
i; the second cut is illustrated a cheese
I 'mt pc ifi. It is ihfl invintifiti nf a
Isjondtct of The Poultry World, who
TTutf as follows concernincr it; "Th
(ieese box coop has met with such uni
itrsa! favor that I wish others to have
tHa fientfir of tbifl nnmplr liirif. and ol.
ix:her desirable arrangement. Plenty
cJtnpty cheese boxes c;in be found at
r retail irroeerv utorea. a from fiv tn
I b: cecu eac h, also coarse sacking that
I to cat so as t u cover four boxes for ten
SSL Two Stroni? lutha rnt intn frTir
lengths, a few nails, one fourth
aj4-ouace tacks, and fifteen minutes'
fw::ha liaumier nnrl linr-iinnr irnn
I edit thing is before you. The weight
m'cou: eight and a half pounds. .
"InirtV. i . Whe Oral Te.tlmonj W uaUl FiL
ttoJ an.l ,t j.. : 7- . "'s" Aiere ib a wrtam pre.-icber of nibernian
or Hi' injure lueir comos antecedents lr St. Paul who consider him
J, "T ,r fe!ltners- 1 sent a pair of ', self to te in direct communication with
- e Leghorns to a sLow in Pennsyl- J the well of English undented, and in gen
cu m one of these boxes, and the . wally credited with the possession of as
(w-er3wcre so well t,1pb1 ic'th I rich a brogue as can be found anywhere In
''" that tli. r l,. .1 a . i .i v.-i: Tinneraiy. Some mention was mmlcnf
J L 1 Jl,t( f 1 1 fill f.XI1111. k
c o- The etiicks, after being awarded
ppm-.mii and silver cup, were re
t0 withont a feather being
w niCM. In warm weather I
hi prjsts. placing two on opposite
on- ai,d a half inches apart, ln
of which are fastened cups for food
'ater. In cold weather I put the
m the bottom of the box. and water
peculiar pronunciation at a church meet
ing, whl;h gieatly angered him. He im
mediately called upon one of his leading
parishioners, and, aftercomplnining of the
injustice done him, asked him whether in
his opinion a single trace of the brogue
wan to b- observed in bis speech.
"Well," his friend answered, "if you
wish to deny it, I should advise you to do
so in writing." Cor. St. Louis Globe-Democrat.
The Poor Dog.
A dabbler in medicines in Plainfteld, N.
J., before experimenting upon himself, haa
been in the habit of trying them upon his
dog, secreting the drugs in meat. His last
experimi nt haa caused the dog to lone the
power to bark. It goes through the mo
tions, wagging its tail and opening ita
. l k... .A t .1 t Vim a. fimm tim
Uluutu, mil fUUL. wuuw uimta 1 1 w u. IM
throat. His neighbors rejoice, for it was a
Keepln, Sweet Potatoes
A correspondent In Orchard and Gar
J writes: -Sweet potatoes we keep
tronble by placing a good bed of
Jrraw beneath them, piling them in
coni1cal heaps and covering them
fed i tK pin sirw- A rouh tard
teWnt 'he rows of beapa I throat. Hia neighbors rejoice, for it was a
,Hl i!rwfroing8ttinjtw6t They t noisy and restless dog, especially during
anoweU to remain 4r. .;. ....tll I thm hnnn nhrWtUna devote to slombe.
OWrir..,. ... " ""J """" L: ,-7-
iiiJ -ucr is appreheixlea, and then
. 'ouiuu put over uie neapa
r1 beaten smooth. Thia coursa gives
cSnVi chanoe to Bweat for
tie IZl pine 8traw ver Bnd when
by thT v ,cover 18 Pnt on kept dry
(bed .and tlm dry earth keeps out
to m ? ?tter thaD Jt w allowed
Z 'ith rain."
joarni r "espondent of the game
franSS8t8 for localies where
iiian severe. drying sweet potatoes
"We - jlorator 'or winter use. He says:
the potatoes in slices, having
mT4 the 8kin-and they dry
ttoid tn fiy.and Meetly. They are re-iago-'
their edible condition by scald
nhm !aDllng' Hnd ir then placed to an
0T. u m"e Bugar ana out- lncreaseo. n nan uimj
jj. wide top and baked, they make to send them across withou
- - i former king " leaving t hat to be done abroad.
Pictur are often seen representing
horsemen sitting bolt upright in their sad
dles while swimming their horses across a
stream, the whole line of the horses' backs
being visible above the water. The artists
W UU Will Micw pivvuivn wo- "
. ridden a horse while the atjimal was swiin-
I 1 . . . . tin, .tr.ua
UiUlg, vr OIM9U ute uuuft uvuw.
Kven In our day there are persons who
can sympathize with the aspiration of Dr.
Johnson in connection with the execution
of a piece of music which be was informed
was so viry difficult, "I would, madam,
that it ware impossible."
The Earopean demand for American
maue carta nnu "ft"' - -
increased. It has also been found cheaper
Delicious and Healthful Confection!
THE PUREST AND BEST CUM
svn opptnao to th ruauci
ITS MEDICINAL PROPERTIES ARE IHVALOABUI
SOBE IE20AT, C0UaE3 AH2 COLES,
AND IS HIGHLY BENEFICIAL TO DYSPEPTICS.
It whitens the teeth and sweetens the breath, im
part a pleasant taste to the mouth, and an agree
able feeling to the stomach.
Borg's Choc-To Gum is the best, try it once, and
yon will nse ro other afterwards. If any dealer
yon ask for it, has not not it. take nn nthr k. -
somewhere else. You will find all progressive
. ... me ciass ot aeaiers to pat-
CHEW BORC'S CHOC-TO CUM,
59 & 61 S. CANAL ST., GHICACD. IlL
IsP'd Bnnen, Wholesale AsenU for Hock
St. Louie (express..
Bt. Loou Bxpress. ........
St. Paul Kxpreas
BearUstown P&aeneer. ..
Way Freight (Monmonth).
Way Freight 8terliaK)...
S :65 pm
E ABQUS, MONDAY. OCTOBER 26 1891. -. . 7
CORINTHIAN HALU , .
I Hi lUrZ'C 1M KAIS1JJKS HCLDE. I
0- . ' U -.V01 18LAKD A PACIrrc KAIL- . , 1
Chevinff Sum : s 31 - ST1
Limited Viii,.i. p. :5 am S:KBam SVF . freii M XXiA&Wf feil l
Kansas city Limited.. ::.ko:B5pm 4-Mam . a? Sfrl If1J Vii -'J I
AtlanticAceommodatio;":.! 8-30 ami ii"" .SlJS bSUlS1? 3 4 Ipl
WKUN6TOS BUUTB-C, B, so, RAIt a . Cfil I
Onrinthlan Rail tnmt.u m
" "" n iuucm oiaa iiava Tinosi a
But ones was a time when Oortnthlaa Hall
Excited the rapture and plaudits of alL
With lu carpeted stairs
And lu new yellow chairs.
And Ita atnnnlnir mumhl. A .
.... n .uu . w. .i,iiii9u avirss
Why, the Atchison Champion said twaa the
Of That plan temples extant in the west.
It was rew and was ours, that was ages aeo.
BeforOfiDrV hiul annilj tl. I. l.t .
J ew nd as oural We could toss back
Our rivids bad launched at our city for year
Why, it discounted all
Other h ills in the valley, and well I recall
The ntir it nf th.niuuiln .
" iruin near anu arar
Came ti e crowd to sea Toodlea performed by
Ob, tho dai-s they were palmy, and never
Shall wirth see such genius as gladdened as
For actors were actors, and each one knew
To whoop np his art In the sweat of his brow.
He d a tragedy air and wore copious hair.
And when he ate victuals he ordered 'em rare!
ed.Ud-ne De'er feaiSed hIm,n fact nerw
vThen liquor was handy and walking was good.
And the shows In those days! ah, how well I
Thosho8 uo I saw In Corinthian Hall;
Maitgio Mitchell and Lotta were then in their
And as for Jane Coombs, she was simply sub.
And I m ready to swear there is none conld
With B.tlao In Boreia, supported by Fair.
While ill tUMtinn.!. .1 t. . . .
vl, " '"T "" WB patent to ns
That the great John A. Stevens was ne ultra
A nd was there demand for the tribute of tears.
V e had sweet Charlotte Thompson those hal
And we. Katie Putnam; the savants allow
That th like of Kate Fisher ain't visible now.
hat ai-tist today have we equal to Itae,
tsa3 I'1' JaCt Lanerbhe? 01x1 st 'em, 1
And a-h in died Buchanan the St. Joe Gazette
Opined I hat the sun of our drama had set.
Corinthian Hall was devoted to son?
V hen trie Barnabee concert troop happened
Or Ossian E. Dodge, or the Comical Brown.
Or the Holmans. with William H. Crane,
struck our town;
But the one special card
That hit us all hard
Was Caroline Richings and Peter Bernard;
And the bells of the Bergers still ring in my
And, ohl how I laughed at Sol Russell those
The Haverly minstrels were boss In those days,
. uim mum columns of
They'd handsome mustaches and big cluster
And their shirt fronts were blazing with dia
monds and things;
They gave a parade, and sweet music they
Kvery e enlng In front of the boose where they
Dla red: '
Twixt i os tern and hand bills the town was
For Primrose and West In their great status
Many yews Intervened, yet I'm free to main
tain That I doted on Chanfrau, McWadeand Frank
Tom Sth era, the local, declared for a truth
T hat Mayo as Hamlet was better than Booth.
While In roles that were thrillin, involvina
Jim Wal lick loomed np our Ideal of a villain;
iuT""" Alvtn Joslin, Frank Aiken, they
Earned their tiUes to fame In Corinthian HalU
But Ttmn, as begrudging the glory that fell
On the siot 1 revere and remember so welt,
Spent his spiu on the timbers, the plaster and
And breathed on them all hia morbiferous
So the trappings of gold and the gear mani
fold Got ganirrened with rust and rheumatic with
And we saw dank decay and oblivion fall.
Like vapors of night, on Corinthian HaiL
When ths gsa is ablaze rn the opry at night.
And the music goes Ooating on billowsof light,
Why, 1 otan regret that I 'm grown to a man.
And I pil e to be back where my mission began.
And I'm fain to recall
That come with the thought of Corinthian Hall;
To hear a nd to see what delighted me then.
And to rtvel in raptures of boyhood again.
Though Corinthian Hall is a tumble down place
Which aims finical folks have pronounced a
There is one young old boy, quite as worthr i
Who, aw wry of art as expounded today.
Would surrender what gold
He's amassed to behold
A tithe of the wonderful doings of old.
A gllmpso of the glories that used to enthrall
Our creme de lacreme In Corinthian HalU
C O. JD.
221 and 223
AL Laundry Work done on short notice.
A specialty of Dress Skirts.
Prices as Low as the Lowest.
No. 1724 THIRD AVE.
A. M. & L. J. PARKER,
UP Flrst-clsss werk and special stteLtionto
BINS VS UP,
Telephone No. 1214
For sale by all first-class Grocery dealers.
A parop llet of Information and ab-T"
r strmM o ' the an, showing How to f
Ontaln PatenU, Careata, Trade, Sk,
V"U.Mara, Coprriirhts, wnt fnuf J
VVad-. MUMM St CO.
I 361 Braadwaf,
Havhmg parchissd the
rrupaity which be ass bad refitted for the ke
tal basiness, is sow prepared to accom
modsta transient gnesta.
Dav and Regular Boarding
at very reasonable prloea.
He is also engaged la the
at ths sameplsee with s choice tot of Groceries.
Farm produce a specialty.
IHICAGO, MILWAUKEE A ST. PAUL RAIL-
C '7 T" ooumwestern Division De
Twectieth fitmnt K.-..n vi . j . . . .
avepne. B. D. W. Holmes, agent.
't. A Accoir.modationV
ROCK ISLAND PEORIA RAILWAY DB
t, 1,01 F!rst venn nd Twentieth street. F
H. Rockwell, Agent.
11 :25 am
6 :10 pm
Fast Mall Express
MOST DIRKCT BOUTS TO THS
East, South and Southeast.
t t , Fast WM. Expnss
Lv. Rock Island 8:10 am 8 20 rm
Ar. Orion 8:51am 8:04 pm
Cam'ridfte 9:15am 3:27pm
lva. . 8 .44 am 8 67 pm
Wyomine 10:80 am 4 S5 pm
PrlECtvllle 10:89 am 4 :57 pm
Peor 1:135 am 5:55 pm
Blcomington 1:15 pm 9:15 pm
Springfleid 3:45 m 4:30 pm
Jai ksonville 4 -00 pm 12 05 n't
Decatur :50 pm 10 pm
panvilia 8:50 pm 18:10 n't
Indianapolis 6:85 pm 8:15 am
Terre Uaute 7:io pm 10:00 am
Evansville 1:80am 7:85 am
Bt.Ionis.... 8:00 pm 7:00am
Cincinna'l 10:00 pm 7:00 am
Lv.Peoria. 10:15am 4:10pm
Ar. Rock Island l :30 pm 7:80 pm
a. and 8.45 p. m : arrive at Peoria 1 :45 n.
m. and 8:30 a.m. leave Peruia :M) a. m. and
7:15 p. m; arrive Rock Island 4 M0 p. m. and. 2:05
ah trains rrn osily exievt Sunday.
All T. U . . . om !..-. ...Iba . TTI
Free Ctatrcaron Fast Express bttaeen Rock
Is'ond and Peoria, both direclons.
through to destination.
Lv. Rock Island.
10 20 am
I Bock Island
8.20 am It JO pm
7.00 am I 1.45 n
7.55 tm 8.00 pm
Gcn'l Tkt. AgenU
OHACQUAIwrCD TTH THE S0OUPHT Of TM1S COUKTRT WtU OBTAM
wun imMmiKM inrwium mm rwum ft a I OUT UV this HAP OF THE
Clicap, Boci Maui & Pacific Ey,
The Direct Rout to and from Chicago, Jollrt, Ottawa,
Peoria, La Salle, Moline, Rock Ialand, in ILLINOIS;
Davenport, Muscatine. Ottomwa, Oskaloosa, De
Moines, Wlnterset, Audubon, Harlan and Council
Blufla, In IOWA; Minneapolis and St. Paul, In MIK
Krvri . Tt.t.i-nvn a: -en- r.. . .
' " " suu o.WuA ...3, m VAAU1A,
Cameron, 8L Joseph and Kansas City, In MISSOURI ;
vmum, uncoin, r airoory ana Aeison, In NEBRASKA ;
Atchlaon. IjWIY.nwnrfh TTnrtnn TniwV. U ...1. 1
WWiita, Belleville, AbUene. Dodge City, Caldwell, la
&aoas; aiupuiier, xa ueno ana Allnco, In INDIAN
fERRITOEY; Denver, Colorado Eprings and Pueblo.
in COLARi DO. Ttwnm .. r . .
and grazing lands, affording- the best facilities of Inter
communication to all towns and cities east and west,
northwest and southwest of Chicago anrf tn rc.
Leading aU eompsUton In rplandor of axrolpment,
bttwaan CHICAGO and DE8 MOINES. COUNCIL
BLUFFS and OMAHA, and between CHICAGO and
DENVER, COLORADO SPRINGS and PUEBLO, via
KANSAS CITT and TOPEKA and via ST. JOSEPH.
artrra-Clata Tla riiw4ua tnve bvpi Tv-rwn
CABS, and Palac Sleepers, with Dining Car Berrtoa
vnifw mm uoraao aprings with
diverging railway Unas, sow Jtomlng tba new sad
TRANS-ROCKY MOUNTAIN ROOTS
Over which enpertly-aqntpped trains ran dally
THROUGH WITHOUT CHANGE to sod from Bait
lAkaCStr. fieiln ana B.n I miw y...-
IB LAND Is alto tba Direct ana Favorite Lin to and
mm Buaiuw, nan peak and all other sanitary and
DAILY rAST JCXPRKSS TRAINS
From St Joseph and Tanaas City te and from all im
portant towns, cities and sections in Southern Nebraska,
Kansas and the Indian Territory. Also via ALBERT
LEA ROUTE from Kansas City and Chicago to Water-
favtvn Kim TCS.lt. UivvwirmTto . aw . .
. mi.. . . . J ijiO hm Dl. IT A L Ij,
oonnectiong for all points north and northwest between
K. l.tM u. Y, .
For Tlcketa, Mans, Folders, or desired Information
apply to any Coupon Ticket Office In the United Stats)
or Canada, or address
E. ST. JOHN, JOHN 8EBASTIAN.
talaLwacsr. Geirt Tkt. Pass. Agt,
'Was ij-ever dsvm1
thum hgY kciif
INLK.rAIRBANKSCo. amtacuws o"w
Successor to AdansEon & Rnick,
Rock Island, 111.
Shop Nineteenth St., bet. First and Second Avenue,
General Jobbing and Repairing promptly done.
!S!H3econd Hand Machinery bought, eold and repaired.
H. SIEMON &; SON,
toves and Tinware.
Baxter Banner Cooking and Heating Stoves and the Genes eo Cooking StOTS.
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Work.
1R08 SECOND AVE.. ROCK ISLAND, JT-T.
M.IUFJLCTMB GF CRACKERS 1ID BISCUITS-
Ask Your Ororer for Them.
1 key are Best.
The Christy "Otstib-' sxd Christy "Wafxav
SEIVERS & ANDERSON,
CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS.
All Kinds ol Carpenter "Work Done.
General Jobbing dona on short notice and satisfaction gnaranterd.
Offioe svmd Shop 1412 Fourth Avenne, ROCK ISLAND.
Fall and Winter Stock
OF GOODS BECE1VXD BY
HOPPEl The Tailor.
ISlPCaU and Examine.
Qpen for the Season,
-moiotaj) Joe Huber's Garden,
A magnificent place for picnics, parties, etc.
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.
Shop corner Twenty-second street and Ninth avenae. Residence 993S '
pfts prepared to aaake estimates and do all kinds of Carpenter work. Give hint a trial.
Proprietor of tAVBrady Btrest
- Ad kinds of Cat Flowers eonstantly on hand,
wreea Hoases Flower Store-
Ona block north of Central Para, the largest in la. got Brady Street, Daveanert,Towa.
C. J. W. SCHREHTEB,
Contractor eirid. Builder,
1131 and 11IS Fourth avenne. Residence 1119 Fourth avenne.
Flans and specification furnished on all classes of work ; also agent ef Wlller's Patent Inside
eliding Blinds, something new, stylish and desirable .
BOCK ISLAND, ILL.
GEORGE SCHIFER, Proprietor.
1601 Secoad Avenae, Corner of Sixteenth Btree - OnnosltaHamer'arheAtTO.
The choicest Wines, Liquors, Beer and Cigars always on Hand
re Lunch Irery Day
Sandwiebet Furnished oagbo t Nctice