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. - X.EOAI- - Executora. Motlce. VlUU of Iiub WUlma. ' - tbo iHminM Bevta im mmiiitd imm. trig of la'a a Jba Im wtl) M4toMmtef iMob WUia '' . SOOnM Of ImI IlUtnd. fUM e niiaate, 4 .7, t bm waaca nai 'TT0" bbvtiut elalae again Mid MUM an Bnled Bad reqaeeted la ettead, for the (MfM I twin tlx mm edjoetad infedlile Hr ta tha aado Dated UIsM day of April. A. D Ml. Ana Willis, Biecatrta. Notice of riaal Battlsmsnt. BcUlaaf Patrick Kiraaaa. air mil. rabtat aotiaa ta hereby rm that Ma gtir BloBed. Thnmaa B Retdy. edmlaletralor. baa la1 -y aia ate aaa. repoa aaa ee'tleaeat (a foca iBtheceaaty enart of Rock Ialan4 aoaaiy.Bad thai aa erH.r aaa brea aa'eeed hy mkS eoa-l ip arovlrfiha mkI rpnt. ulW ntjmtoaa tber la t.r hum la tha contrary a bowa oa or btfora f. anaalng of caan oa t"ta Sta oaf af AprlU A, !., ISSa. aid opna tfea Ssal approval of H ra arrtlna aiM lamaaa B. ilr. aMmlniMMlor anil ark for aa or of autnbatiua. aadwill aim arkt1 tn Na a'arftanraa. All paraoaa taUr- a'a arc aotmc4 la atlii4. Kurk Uiaad. J1L, ArU 4 UN. T. . ImV! Adatlairtrator af tha iitili of PaUiek BraaBaa, Pobllcktlon Notloo f TAT1 OF ILUOI, I Kica lutaaa Coctt I Wla McDonald . Anbor McDould, ta ckaa earr. AmrtaTftsr-Km-faatdaarwof Arthar IlcDoriaJd. tha kon arfcadant, h trine baan aicd In taa rrra p wrw 01 im ciran conn or raid county. fi Ira I'tlwrefara hrrabr airra tn thaaaM a at rirfi-acant tbat tbaenmplalnant claa Dot bill of rovibUlM la raid mart, on tha chtDrarr fide tlwrrof. oa tha l.th Kmj of Murk, ind, and that ikrrtapna a ramntooc hxaad out of nil? """i w.ir.i nn ran bow pcixiior, r turo wa on tha drat Moarli la iba moatk of May, tha mum br.tr drat day of raid May trrm aril, aa to by law required. Now. nlcra yoa, iba raid noa-rarldrnt defrn.i ant abtiva aaacd thall pcrvoaaliy bv and apprnr br'rm aaid clrrull oourt, oa the drrt day of tia t trrtB tbrrrur. to bo boUca at Hook Irlaad in and for tha raid eoanty, on the fifth day l May avxt, aad pltad, antwrr or drraar to iba raid complainant' bill of cwv'aini, aa im ana tne mtcur asd tblnn therrla charred and ataied will be Ukea M eon fmned. and a drt? rre rntrrd araiort jud accord- flanRui V. GAnatB, Clerk, fork Uiaad, tl1M March, Id, IN. C. J. 0 Baat a, Coaptalnant'i Solicitor. Publication Notice. BTATI OF tLUSOIS, I Koca lataao Conn, ta the nnnty coart at Ibe Jane term, A. D., wa. t,Tnee II Irandenbarr Mrry A Oltt. wid oWt Jrntile Drroa. Jartb W Aitf. laaiflilrf tikii lipr.Hanh Alam, fWia Oilt.Jnho K Ollt. ;' kHi. Id Kit. William Ollt and (Iron H Wlcilna. adnt'nlrtralor of aetata of HMxaorih Hradky. drceaatd. I'rtltloa to fell nal eu:r tn par ttrtda To the ai orr-namrd dfrrdntr, Matilda Phil- i.ji-. ri onaniaj, v aiTin inn ana will am ltt: A tn laelt of ih noa-rraida-cce of yoa, Matilda Phillip. Calvin r.l't and William ultt, and alUda. it thw yoa. ratab Adam', cannot be f.wnu. mi that proreae ran be rrvd upon ya, and that nton rltiirr t Inqnlry yonr pi of rte'den-e raneot be aarwralnrit Brjire la herrbr rtrea to 7-ii ,aq ma nr yoq mat tne anove aaatrd eetl tl.mrr haa Died la the ra'd roar, bla pa lltlor. aralnrl oa foe leare In mi) rral rMau 'to arnhta; that a enmaanna baa bern bwnrd In raidcanre arainat yoa, rrlnrnehle to the Jane r.i raid cinrt to be Iff nn and boldr'n at Ihr ronrt hrir In the rty of Hork and, In mh ronaty of Kork laland. on the drat ajumiay ri rnne. a , !, at whlrh lime and r a- win i.pri.r an.i putan, Bnawrr or du mnr tn ra d pr tiling if yon nt Hatrd at Mock la aid. 111., thla ttk day of April. Clerk nf aala tVtnatta ivm Switacv akWAtaaa, soliclinn fur lctitiiDr. PnbllcaUon NoUca. KTAT10ILU50IS, ituva lauaao Cocwtt. I la the Circuit court. May term, MM. la ehan terr. Pnrtrr Kklnrer.enmplainaat. Tl Beteey Ry Bld. Jnbn U keyanlda. Urn Rejmolda. KUrha P Hrytmlda. ir. Lacy M ckanaoo. Amaada U kT Boltie and BH-ba P Peraoitta, Jr. cxrcnlor ander the laal will aad tcetameat of JUlaba P Rey. Btibla. r. " Afflilartt of anavrreldmee of the defend ant a, Ha-tary Rrynnlda. John B Uraanlrla Mra li. ynal.la, Riuha P Hejn-.UK Jr. aodKllekaP njnoHia, r, eTrcaior aaarr live lent will and ttvatamatit of Cllahar Motnol.ta. br.lmpiea.lrd with lie abarra aaatrd defrrdanta, Lao. M Chan non and Amanda u BryTmlda, baring bcea fllrd lb thorlrrh'e ollara of the rlrrull ronrt ofaald ronniy. noib l therrfnre hrralijr ; era to tbr Mid rin-rildrnt Crfaadaat that the onmplalnant tiled bin Mil of cnmcliint tB ald conrt.on the ahanMrye'de Ifcareof. oa Ike t7lh day of frbra ary, laM, aad that thamapna a eemexme laned out of fetid ..nrt, whrrvln raid call le aew pcad ln, m!uraableoatbeBrrtaacf tbe aexl Hay -.a aawra-WT. .aa-wiai ,B lOO PTfar'naayor gtKf Br I, ae la by law frenlrrl. Kw, unlet yoa, the aa d aaia-reeident atvrYedanta a'Mno aamad. Bat. ery Kayr, ,1,1a jonB KajnoWa. Hrn Heynnlda, niaba I HrrnnM. Jr. aod Kllfha P Reraolda. rtrr.itor nnder the laal will and tertamrat of """" r aaianins r, anail Mranaally he and Bneer rarf.rre Ibe raid ctnrnlt coart, en tba drat dr of the arit trrm tbereof. to be boMca at H -rh aad la a-4 for iba aaid coanty. oa the fourth !y In My. rrtt. and pkrail. ana art or drmnr tn iu .d compiamaat' bill of enmplaint, Ike aunr aad lh matter and Ihlnire tlrre.n rhanrrd aad elated will be takra aa row- iTl."!. ' ""rr" asalaat youaccord inii to ibe prayer of aaid bill. . . , Haoaoa W. OraiLS, Clerk. Rock laiand, ritaoie, Prb. . in. t naoaB A I.THire, lU'aa A FnarBB, Bat A Brniu, C'Biplalnaat' bullcivwi. Vublxation Notlc. tati or iixntotn, i KuralaLaapiufaTT. ( tot al! tISnti Kotk u:I"0U'ty, to tba May Cktrlr Vhrrlbrradmle'.atntnrof the eeute of Oiaf A. Aa.ieta.rn. dm, Ut Aader. . Aad.r-n. h.ri Aadrnam, Rm Atrana, Ice !rl,rt..hr. I brtatlna Welch. Neta J. Met, .a and Jnliette Ladltattoa. prtttioo to Mil real retate lo pay dehta. AnVlaTlt af the Boa-realdenee of Kn'l Andrrann and JeUelie l.adinct m. d fd,nt. hlr.f been dlrd la tbr rlrke of ibe clerk oftka cranty court of R.wk laiand rnanty. notice la bare by rven to the a .1,1 mi Aadrraia and Jalw ette LedlnsKm that the raid plaintiff, chlrlaa nchrleber, admlatrtrator i f the eiiale of tllaf Andcraoa, drceaerd. haa n'rd hie p ftlno 4a tha MM conntr enart of Kerb Irland ctHtnty for an or drr tn aril the premiere KeLmKiae ta the eatair of Mid itrrraard, ar eo much nf It aa may he aeedtt w pay tna dehta of (aid drrraerd. and Crambrd aa fij'owr. to-wlf lt'-irnala( at tha aorthraat eonvraf the eoatb belt i of Cke Port lira at nirtrt-! of aectleai aimher flretM lainwa eb'y numbrr errrnirra 1 1 north, raanwaamhet onr ,t went of tke foartb tl'kl prlrnpal merid ian; tkrare aalb on arc liua line afir Vl fe. (r a aiartltiat potrt; tlVBre we-tone bnnrired and tnrnty eiiht (ltttl fret; tbrtreeoetb lly (5 rai; tMnee earteae bUBdrrd and twratyet-tit 1 Irrt: tnetce north Hfiy i90) fee lo taa plate t.f hrrinnlnir, rreeninc a atrip twenty V'M i--,(, .t wide on tbeeael tidr for a road; auiiaaatn rua parallel Wltb Ibe correatMBdiatt ertloa linra. thr prrmtaee kaowB and deerrlbad M lot aemiirr two , m bkxk aamber dtteea n ta Otlaaat't'tiDdaaxditioa lathe eltyef Maliar, m aemna:rd oa tbo leconlrd plat a,feaM aAtiaiee. ""I la tne roafty of Rock la'and aad etatr of illnot. and thai a naaoa. kae hoea laraed aat K.'V;'' ea.i ,u. r.tatnal!e at tba April ? ml 1 ' "M court le be koMea the Mb day of April, a. l. t. at the coart boiN ta Krrk lelamt. t. l.i.nH cnenty. I P.aote. . , ?r . ro-1' M-C Rmtl Andrrana Bad l-adiBcioa ahall peimmally be and appear '' coart ef Rora laiand Zl ll.T. i term IXerw f. to b . ho. i'0'1 Bm" la 'be city of Roc let. . la """r or demur to tba lilt .1!? !L " " lbrreln.tae eame !,-T,i!7.k 1 '!frlB r barred aad T T.l . . " fr-eed. aad a decree Jldblli. kccordjkj la tba prayer af Kocfc IflMd. March . 1km. i . .Ail- "'"i Eowt.ta, rVr. JacaeuB A Heart. Va-.pU.Bamf, aTucUora. Rinvioiiei mi worn win appear Before 1M nun coart of Reck Ulead CMMf, M tb office nf im tWt of mm can. la the city of ke ..land, at tha Juae term,oa ha aa a. j . a . . .,..J i aims m .j a i wi 11 m v irn i , , Tt - , -- -. -. i : : - off You need new wear a limp or wilted collar if Von wear the "Cclluid." it's rain and perspiration proof. When it Kcta aoilcd you can clean it in a min ute with a wet cloth or sponge. It will outwear six linen collars, and save ma ny times iu cost ia laundry bills. The IMTCRLIff CO i the only satisfactory watcr'-pronf collar marie. The genuine "Celluloid" interlined collars and cuffs are stamped with the alove trade mark. All others are imitations. '.' rner famtah'T donm't aatt the "Tallalold" rwrf. arnd lo m dir-rt. I oll.ra each 7 rulW .-. pair, poatpaid. Mnntinn aula and etile (ataad-uprtnrnad-down wanti-d. 'i,"au . Till, CKUaCIaOIO C-O-UPASJY, Sew York. SAPOLOta,fhsa: PROFESSIONAL CARDS. ATTOrZHMTS, . o. ooaaazx . n. mmut. CoDselly Ik Connellj, Attornnjt at Law. O'A eoroad Boor, oear IT.IabaU A Lyadr l bx. Wmuij to aOaa. Jaeknon os Hunt, Attorneji t Lew. (HfeataRoak Irland Radcmal Bank baUdlnc- a. D. awaaaBr, t,t,iiun Sweoney tie Wftlker, ttorneji and Courtcellora t Law OSIso la Barutmoaw Block. Charles J. Bearle, Attorney at Law. Ia.nl bruinaM of all rada nmmwtle nun aworaay of Roc IB lautad oaaaty mca, ruaiuuieo Bloca. McEnlry & MeEnlzy, ' Attoraaji at Law. Law nvney oa Rood ecurttyi amce coUac lena. Rrfream, MliohaU A tinda, kaakara Boa, toffios Klock. ABOHITMCTB. Crack 6t Karna, ArrklUota and Snperlatendt ta. Room n, M'tckaU A Lynda MldJiig. BCond Geo. P. Btaudnhar, .Irehltarjt. Plaaa aad MiatTtnteBdaara for all claaa ar aatwiaipv uooeaa a aaa Ok, KKbaJ m Lynda batidla. TakoaTBtaf. DEJfTTSTSa Dr John E H&wthorn, DENTIST. DENTIST. DENTIST. DENTIST. How Dental Far ion, oear Harts A TJlltaaajta Oraf Btora, Third aeoaao aad Twaauatk atraat. Taa later apotntmesU for akllted daatalwork. FLOBUT. Henry Oaerje, Prop., CHIPPIANSOCK NTJBSEBT. Cat Flowers and Deaigne of all ainas. City etora, ten fceond aveaaa. Talepaooa Mia rnRitRARBj. Dr. W. H. Ltulswlg. Speciallft of Eye, Ear, Noae and Throat. fr?re la Trramasn new baUdlnaT. comer Be ntrentk atrea and Tblrd aresaa. Book Ialabd. TekpboaeBo.li). Or. Chaa- M. Bobertaon, Eye, Ear, Note and Throat Only. OOca, Whmakw Block, oaUrwaat coram Wrd Bad Brady BtraaU, mveaport. Iowa Boomatt aadU. Eoant ltDUB.au,ltctp.Bl Rostored Manhood. M-M ITS ZEXYESn RLLS. Tbe vreat rein dy tor aenvir praauwtkm aad au nerrouadia- Mtlwfem A 5uwTaea! barcu,ar Opium, wblcfc lead loOxiaaaBptloa aud Inaaruie. With eerry J ontrr mflTtT. tan a-aarantrw ao cm r reftrad tbe aoaer KoM at df-aa per bos. d bozM tor ttHtTii. vii i iii ivarut, M Baud by T. IL Tboaaaa, dru-iac r I . : i . . rv--X I f IV r.lllll wi4 'I 'I I K - tii dw ma a Con tinned from Second Page. eniTtne irnani who cama to th rir Be wanted to know if madame waa the lady whore husband had been left be hind, and to offer a hundred apologies and explanations. One of those foola at Aloutbard had proclaimed 20 minutes pause wnen there were bat 5. If he bad but heard he would have put it right, bat he was at the. other end of the train. But madame most not be too much dialresaed. A few hoars would pat it all right "Then there is another train?" aaid Taney, her poor little head buzzing be tween excitement and relief. "Not for some hoars. " said the Board. "Aladame will understand tbat there is not more than one 'Kapide' in the mid' , a ...... . tue oi ine nignt, Dut in tbe morning quite eariy mere is tbe train omnibus. uh, very early, at 5 o'clock. Before madame is ready for her dinner mon sienr will be at her side." ".Not till evening, then?" said Janey, witb again a sadden acceleration of the movement of her heart The guard was desolated. "Not before evening. Bat if madame will remain quietly in the carriage when the train arrives at the station I will find the om mbns of the hotel for her. I will see to everything! Madame no donbt knows Which hotel to go to?" Janey, as a matter of fact, did not know. .Her husband had told her none of the details of the journey, but the said with a quick breath of excitement "I will go to tbo one that is nearest. the one at the gare. There will be no need for any omnibus. " "And tlio baggage? Madame has her ticket?" inavo noining, " cried Janey, "ex ccpt my traveling bag. Yoa mast ex plain that for me. But otherwise othr erwise, 1 think I can manage." "Madiuno speaks French so well," toe man saia, witn admiration. It was indeed a piece of good fortune tbat she hud been made to acquire the language in the country, and that she was not frightened to find herself in a foreign place, surrounded by people speaking a strange tongue, as many a young Eng lish bride would have been. There was a moment of tremendous excitement and noise at the station while all was ex plained to a serious chef do gare, and a gesticulating band of porters and attend ants, whose load voices, as they all spoke together, would have frightened au era i nary English girl ont of her wits. tint janey, in tbe strange excitement which had taken possession of her, and in her fortunate acquaintance with the language, stood still as a little rook amid the confusion. "I will wait at the hotel till my husband comes," she said. talcing out her traveling bag and her wraps and maintaining a composure wortny or all admiration. Not a tear. uut on outcry, now astonisning aie these English! cried the little crowd. with that swift classification which the Frenchman loves. Janey walked into the hotel with her little belongings, not knowing whether she was indeed walking upon her feet or floating upon, wings. She was quite composed, mat ix any one could only have seen the commotion within that youthful bosom ! She locked the door of tho little delightful solitary room in winch she was placed. It was not de lightful at all,- but to Janey it was a haven of peace, as sweet, as secluded from everything alarming and terrible as any bower. Not till evening could he by any possibility arrive the man who had canned such a revolution in her lif a Sho had some ten honrs of divine quiet before her, of blessed solitude, of thought She did not refuse to take the little meal that was brought to her, the broakfakt of which she stood in need. and she was glad to be able to bathe her face, to take off her dusty dress, and put on the soft and fret-h one, which happily had folded into very small space, and therefore could be put into her bag. Her head still buzzed with the strange ness of tho position, yet began to settle a little. When she had made all these little arrangements, sho sat down to consider. Perhaps yoa will think there was very little to consider, nothing but how to wait till the next train brought him, which, after all, was not a very great thing to do. Appalling perhaps ta little inexperienced bride, but not to Janey, who had traveled alone so often and knew the language, and all that Bnt whoever had been able to look into Janey's mind would have seen tbat something more was there, a very, very dilierent thing from the question af how best to await his coming back. Oh, if he had loved her, Janey would have put up with many things! She would have schooled herself oat of all her private repognances. She would have been so grateful to him, so touched by the af fection which nobody had ever bestowed upon her before ! Bnt he did not love her. He cared nothing about herself. Janey. Did not even know her, or want to knew her, or take into consideration her ways or her wishes. Ho was in love with her pretty face. Her fresh Rttle beauty, her power of pleasing him. If ever that power ceased, which it was suro to do, sooner or later, she would be to him less than nothing, the dreary lit tle wife whom everybody has seen at tached to a careless man. Janev felt that this was what was in store for her. Sho felt a horror of him and his kind of loving, which bad been such a miser able revelation to tier. She felt the re lief, the happiness, ah, the bliss, of hav ing lost him for a moment, of being alone. She took out her parse from her pock et, which was foil of tbe change she had got in Paris of one of tbe 10 notes which her guardian bad given her when she left bis boose on her wedding morn ing. She took out the clumsy pocket bouk, an old one in which' there were still nine 10 notes. It waa all ber for tune, except a very, very small invest ment which brought her in some 7 a year. This waa the remainder of anoth- er small investment which had Sl BJ U-VXl JJL JL JAJJ a,..XtwJw , - fV withdrawn in order to provide! bar with her simple troasseaa, leaving this sum of 100 which her guardian had riven her, advising her to place it at once for secnritT in her husband's hands. Janev duu dui a-iw taw ; sue scarcely could ten way. febe spread them on the table. the nine notes, the 13 napoleons of shin ing ften-:b money. A hundred pounds; she had still the 12 francs which made up tne. sum. She had spent nothing. There were even . tbe few coppers over lor tne- agio. She spread them all out and counted them from right to left, and again from left to right Nine 10 notes, 12 h French napoleons or Ion is. as people call them nowadays making 100. A hundred pounds is a lares snm in tbe eyes of a girL It may not be much to you and me, who know that it means only ten times 10, and that 10 goes like tbe wind as soon as you begin to spend it But to Janey I w by, she could live upon 100 for certainly for two years, for two long, delightful years. with nobody to trouble her, nobody to scold, nobody to interfere. Something mounted to her head like the fumes of wine. Everything began to buzz again. to turn round, to sweep ber away as on a rapidly mounting current She put back nil tbe money in tbe pocketbook ber fortune, the great sum that made her independent and she put back her things into the bag. A sudden energy of resolution seized ber. She pat on her hat again, and as she looked at herself in the glass encountered the vision of a lit tle face which was new to ber. It was not that of Janey, the little governess pupil; it was not young Mrs. Bosendale. It was full of life and meaning and en ergy and strength. Who was it? Janey? aianey nerseii, tne real woman, whom nobody had ever seen before. '. TO BE COJCTrXVED.J Padercwakl'e Daily Ufa. Paderewski rises, as a rule, about 10 o'clock on days when be does not give a concert or is traveling, writes John J. a' Beoket in Tlie Ladies' Homo Journal. On days when he is to play in the even- "Bio rises as r. cy way.ol morning ueui ue taxes a cap or. corree or tea nothing else, not even a roll or morsel of bread. Ho practices usnally for five or six hours each day on a piano which he has sent to his room in the hotel as soon as he arrives in a city. When be has an afternoon concert, he does not practice at ail, bowever, and if the concert is an evening one he devotes only two or three nours to exercising on the keyboard. In order to strengthen his fingers he plays ouiy nve nnger exercises. a Like a prize fighter who is in train ing this musical athlete devotes himself to a systematic course of gymnnsfics for strengtbeumg all of the physical pow ers which are called into play by his pprcornwncGS at the piano. Those long. sienoer, -piano" sneers are nnt through their paces until they acquire strength, flexibility, agility and staying power. His magnificent technique 'is not maintained without this constant -rostermg and lohricatiiia- of its snrinrc rr-i-; - i . . 1 , , r - . . . iuiB nine nana oi nve raitnlul servants wfiich each hand commands is in tenure to a wrist like eteel. But his arms nlan have to be strengthened. For this pur pose ne employs an apparatus which he designed and had made himself. What mis is be knows and nobody else. Brldca aod Perfamre. in tho matter of rjerfnmo. " anirl florist, I have learned the imnortance of what seems a trivial thing by cater ing to tne tastes or baides. when a wo man is going to be married she is strung up to a high pitch of nervous excite ment, and en extra whiff of perfume will sometimes cause her tn faint Don't put in any flower with an orlor is frequently the instruction jt get for a bridal bouquet. This is the cause of the great demand for orchids, expensive as they are, for brides' flowers. Even thp subtle, hardly noticeable perfume of the lines or tne valley, which are charmim for a shower bouquet, is objected to by soma In Paris orchids, and orchids alone. are used for a bride's bouquet, but such a boquet as they make there, duplicated here, would cost over 1 1 00. Wn oennrai. ly manage to put in a small snrav nf or ange blossoms in every bride's bouquet, unless expressly desired not to dr. an. bnt the chief place in Whinn. nmnoa blossoms are used now is in tho newsDa- per accounts of weddings. The reporters conclude that brides ought to wear or ange floWers if they don't. Bride roses, white and scentless. bridal flowers, bnt lilies of the vbIW unobtrusive and delicate, slipping ont of their little green sheaths, with a few orchids grouped with them, to frren ihn whole form and character, are in ex quisite taste." New York Tribune. Marvelous ftesolta. From a letter written bv Rv. J. Gunderman, of Dlmondale. Mich., we are permitted to make this extract: 1 have no hesitation in recommend ing Dr. King's New Discovery, as the results are almost marvelous in the case of my wife. While I was pastor of tbe Baptist church at Rives Junc tion she was brought down with pneumonia succeeding la grippe. Terrible paroxysms of coughing would last hours with little interrup tion, and it seemed as if she could not survive them. A friend recom mended Dr. King's New Discovery; it was quick in its work and highly satisfactory in results." Trial bot tles free at Hartz A Ullemeyer's drug ewic. urirtuar size Due and II. Foley's Sarsaparilla combines the most searching remedies acientific ally prepared to extract their utmost value. II yon need a am-intr blood purifier, be sore and take Foley's Sarsaparina. Trial Aire, 50 cents. tor sale at hi. F. Bahnscn's drug store. ' V Children Cry fo Pitcher's Castorla. STARVED MIND. Why a CM Shook Ber Head mca. It is a fact that tbe children who have had in abundance the old nursery tales, who have worn out numerous copies of "Mother Goose," to whom ,1 . . . . . a uu-immas ana oirtnaays mean new books, of rhyme and story, being led thence by gradual steps to the uplands of history, poetry and romance, seldom go down before the malignancy of the "blood and thunder" so freely offered mem. it is tbe starved childhood that seices and feeds noon these. A girl of 13 years old had occasion to cau at tbe home of a lady who had be friended her. Scattered about tbe floor of the sitting room were tbe books of small nephew, among them a copy of "Little Bed Riding Hood." Her life, barren and hard, bad known nothing of literature save her few schoolbooka. She picked up the volume and was soon absorbed in the story. When the lady came in, sne extended it to her, saying eageriy, "is u truer " It was her first step in tbe realm of enchantment, bat it came too late. She had experienced tbe real. It was hard. bitter. The same girl a few years later awaited her turn at the library, and oeggeo tne attendant to choose for her. The lady hesitated, then extending voiume oy uicKens said, 'Will you nave in is."' fcne snook ber head, say lug : "I tried to read one of his once. He writes of rags and poverty and hard times, fcrive me something livelier. please.' Lippincott's Magazine. The Wind Engine. xnere seems to be no question as to the practical utility of the new though cruae wind engine which is now coming into use in some parts of the west According to the description, it resembles the ' paddle wheel of a stern wheel boot, with a shaft 13 to 14 feet 1 aa .a r . ... juuK, is m id leei across, witn six or eight arms. The lower half of the wheel is shielded from, the wind, so that the air acts only upon the upper vanes. A crank upon one end of the - shaft con nects with the pump. Power can be in- dehnitely increased at any time by sim piy increasing the length. The wind acts upon this sort of paddle wheel from all points of the compass except two. and it seems to require no governor, but simply pumps more during a storm. no tower is provided for, and it is placed so that the radial arms will be clear of tbe ground. One of these wheels now running in Kansas is stated to be 21 feet in diameter, 27 feet Ions, and has eight fans. The largest water wheel in the world is stud to be an overshot wheel in the isle of Man. It is 72 K feet in diameter, 6 feet in breadth, with a crank stroke of 10 feet, and gives 200 norsepower. riew York Sun. Mai ne'e Meaoeet Mas. -A wealthy resident of York county lost his wife a few weeks agr Her ill ness was prolonged and no doubt ex pensive. But that was the poor woman's misfortune, not her fault However, her thrifty husband cheered the final weeks of her life by reeularlv sittinu down by her bed each day and detailing now piucn ner sickness was costing him, striking a trial balance for the suffering wife s benefit everv dav. At use sue died the doctor, who knew of the husband s singular methods of t.icrwuH a eiLJiowj, saia mere was no donbt about it and while sho lay in her coffin the bereaved spouse, deep in theight, picked up one cf tho dead wife's shoes and carefnllv fimred nn ira sole ri!b a bit of chalk the sum total of what the sad affair had cost him. This grievous statement of facts is solemnly made by the Bangor Commercial, which congratulates the woman on being dead. now anouc tne man could be be anv deader? Lewiston Journal. Aa Obataela Eaatly Surmooated. There are, no diobt, Inanrmonntabloobetaclca. Bnt tbat barrier to the enjoyment of health. chronic constipation, le not among them. And I Mi .for tbe nason that there li a thorench, prompt and non-griping medicinal (ffeat, Hos tt tier's Stomach Bitters, adapted to its relief, as well acta the removal of tho.e blliooi and dys peptic symptom which accompany It. Violerr purjtailvee, Whether mineral or vegetable, weaken the bowela and dirorder the etoauch. The Bit ten, ob the contrary, strengthens atd regulate them both. Moreover, It traaqnllizoj tbe ner Touceratem, aad ie a cure for atd mediclral SEftsnard against kidney aad malarial com plaints. It h a most ceoial and effective tonic, counteract th i Infirmatles of age and promote! convalueccocc Sleep and appetite are both beu eflttrdbyuanse. It ia a atasdard remedy en dorsed by the entire medical fraternity . Hare Toa Bad tha Grip? If von have, von nrobablw nnoit a reliable medicine like Foley's Honey and Tar to heal your lungs and stop the racking cough incidental to this disease. For sale at M. F. Bahn sen's drag store. The Aaocs. 10c a weak, delivered every evening at yonr door. aj w 1 wave ma tnniiicii wria HI yeowniHiaeed taking Ur.Kifi Bel cine moat pleonant, no rriulnr Vourat, recommend tbla to any mr awe gauocu imq. itYCttty WteBWrrwaaa.vaaaaarOHMra. Wbeo aha waa a Chad, ehe crtnd for Caaatorav. ' - 1 - -iin WlMMmhavlCldkicavetAMCkjaa Dr. Kay's Renovator i V1ZUD TiriS m9MF X KAK It la i.ltkl Baker, McNeill & Sesser. GOB. 11ETEEIITH Opposite Harper 'Simplicity in Mechanics, like Beauty la Composition, rep resents Greatest Merit." THESE IS NOTHING COMPLICATED ABOUT "-a. ca- They are aa strffnjr at they are simple. Graceful and correct la proportions, handsome, darable and easy running. The finest material nnder the prettiest finish. All styles and only one grade the highest. Artistic catalogue tent free to any address, lton't fail to write a before choosing a new mount. biul im irre. n W. J. KERR, 5? SOLD FOR FOR SALE BY OEALtPS EVEBmiEBE II. H. BRIGGS, Real Estate, Insurance, Loans AND HOUSES TO BENT. Office 1608 Second Ave.. Bock Island. Have oa Band 40 lot In Booth Karat T.tand tan eaay terme; J oat outride the city limit.: rood water; low tazee, and cheap loan ranee. Ten lota oa TMrtr-ebzbth atraet aad Fifteenth avenoe. a tiamberoT plecee of rrooertr ta the tit for i aa rant. mm is ..nn, .i 1 ncan dctto loci, koovo tor worn a lHn. V ... - v ever r rorablv known ia lfenltine-at!dMiTaro!r I ERVOUS , DYSPEPSIA, cold feet and band and lark of clreot-.tlon loas OrJmhJZCli. no aickrmw at tbo surjacb: but a complet Jb novator. and I volomarirv. -art t h nrit 1 1 , a rif JTT" one aisled with lmlisilrra and ncrvousnera which follow, lh Bow eat iSJFSSFE. pound ia we-ct, am In Irom ctoU feel or haiwla, circulation good aad I tZci LubK ,ry,rlZrJ: ttewdforS Stoves Hardware. Plumbing, Hot Water Heating, Steam and Gas Fitting, Copper, Tin and Sheet Iron Work. ST. ai SECOIID AYE House. Rock Island. BICYCLES. 88 GARDEN ST. Icdi2s:::ils, InJ Local Agent. THE COMMERCIAL SYNDICATE Coupons will be accepted by tho following members in Rock Island and Milan at the rate per cent set opposite their names on all retail cash transactions, except patent medicines and sugar: Bakery, at ot. bk-rjr, G W P Towoeead, SIS Sevtntf nth alreel 5 Bicycle uppl a, Jutaa Koch, Sr., SIB 6even- uentbatree imota and rho. j. c E Adama, Seroad avenue Clothing, New York Leader. irt Second evenae Clothlur, the London. 1716 Secood aveaee.. Coofitttonrry. J U Stliaer. SI'S Klntb etreet. Dra;a. T 11 Thomae, 1 eecoad evenae aod SOS Si'T.nteenth etr.et Drnir wall paper, etc . II L Kraalr. Milan. Lira rood, grcceriee. floor, Thomae Kaaart. 7! Third avemue Fancy anode, Cbarlea C Taylor, 1717 Second evenne... Frnlt etore 4 M Uleirel. VS, Twentieth etreet arorrra. Williaai Bennett and tcomoase. ints Third avenue Grocer, . A McDonald. 2VM P.f.b arena.. Wroeer, L'fterlee J Long, 1BNU becood avenue, oncer and Miller, 1 M Schaab, Mil -3 Fourth aveane Ganesltb. bicycle repairing, tbiriee Wo:H, 11 Ki.'litolb street Hoaae f urnttblns. B B Irwin, ir.ll Second avenne Laeadiy, COD awam laindrr. C Achter- tnann. 21 Ci Eighteenth rtreet LBundry. Parkara iaandry, 17S4 Third ave nue Meat market, T Scblodler, 117 Second - avenoe... .- Meat market. II aVbroeder. 311 Twentieth atrea. Merchant tailor, A Brickaoo, 119 Eighteenth etreet Merchant tailor, cleea'og, repalnicg, J Le- vocB, 1709 Second avenoe Beeturant. Crown Beetaaraat company, l'lObecond av.noe Rock laiand Ftiaam Ore work. William Ter nary, !U5 Third avenoe Statlooerv, printing, book binding, William Dim, leiactccmd avenue Steam, carpet and rag Cleaning, Eerier A Lecey, 152G Fourth avenue Stover and hardware. Baker, McSell) A 8ere- ler lltJl Second Bveeoe The Tailor, Ilopue 18OT Second avenue Tailor, cleaner, dver, repairer, MancliaU. t& Eighteenth etreet Tailor, cleaner and djer, O L Wilcox, teas Plfth avenoe....... Veterinary urgeen, C K Thomas. Spencer eqaare FOR DYSPEPSIA CONSTIPATION UVEH a aUMEYS SOLD BY DRUGGISTS.! " T " -.-c wre vnco.- AT" out boaioae. ton., re kZ. amZii . r . - aa m aaaaaaaaj 3l i -1 SOLD BY THOMAS.