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iddress Hand H. Des lloiaes. Iowa. '
MANY WHO RKE SO CALLED ARE
Womea Whom kite Preaent Geaeratioa
Inea Xnt Appreciate Deeaiue It Doea
fanteratand Them The Other Type
ef Woman Who Is Alaraya Affkhle.
A witty and sympathetic man once
said to me, '"I would rather marry a
woman who looked feelings and had
noue titan a woman who had feelings
and looked none. " Of course the say
ing came mora from his wit than hi
sympathy, but I could not help fooling
that there wcro moments when I could
agree with him, although I have known
the value and the fcrvices of the woman
with no feelings to bo underestimated.
My daughters havo a frieud a wom
an only a little past girlhood whose
company is more sought after and rel
ished than that of almost any one I
know. She has admirers by the score and
acquaiutaaees everywhere, and no won
der, for she is cultivated, always clieer
ful and will listen to and rally t he poor
est talker. Sho is asked to everything
in the shape of a foast, for she' is the
amusf'nieut and relaxation of whoever
may be about her. At tha same time,
whenever her praises are sounded, tho
eulogy winds up with the inevitable and
disheartening tag, "After all, you know,
she has no feelings."
And this is perfectly truft. Quirk and
comprehending as is her smile and
graceful as is her gl.uice whilw ou is
talking to her, thero is always the con
viction that not a trace of real interest
is involved. If she only had a heart,
the girl would bo aa angel.
I like the eld fashioned word. And
when I havo been alone with her I have
often wanted to say, "ily dear, io bo
an riigf 11" But she has 110 heart. If she
were to marry a foreigner ami go abroad
to live, sho would le:tve us all without
a moment's regret So her friends are
vexed with her want of feeling and
warn tho world against her.
And this is what seems to mo unjust
Take this girl as sho is. VThet'n-r it
is her uaturo or rot, she never refuses
tho challengo to bo agreeable; whatever
her own plans and likings are, shes never
betra.v4 impatience when they are
CTossc.l. Her companion mny lie plain,
awkward and tiresoma, but her eye and
her gay little joko oro never dnfletl for
thst reason. Ia flue, she may be the in
carnation of the light which shines, but
does not warm, yet while she keeps a
whole circle in good humor by her wit
as she docs, it is a poor return to gird
Again, a:id speaking now of a widely
different type, I can call to mind older
women, often only tho survivors of a
more rigid era exact, severe, stern, un
bending and ruling their households
with a rod of iron. How little this gen
eration understands tluni! How little
merit it allow.s to the implicit faith in
duty, tho untiring devotion to work, the
ulmo-t fauatic hatred of waste and self
inriulgeiu-e aiul the Spartan maxims of
life in which they were brought up and
which they still observe. What, has be
come of our eyes that we cannot see the
beauty of such lives? Why do we no
longer recognize their value? Those are
not the women who have feelings, but
look none. They are without feelings at
all, according to tho standards of our
new, diversified and exacting society.
I bear young girls saying that their
grauiiutothcrs or aunts, or what yon
please, don't understand them, and
really I think that many older people
than thoso schoolgirls make just the
sarno absurd complaint. I can appeal
with safety to every one. Who has not
known oue of these same stern women
almost bring the dead to life, by her
powers of nursing, or confront singlo
handed and maintain her family on a
beggar's pittance, or save a falling
household by simple economy and hard
work? I shall le told that ail thes9
things are admitted, but that, is jnst th-j
point they are not If they were, tho
cry of "no feelings" would never be
raised, out of very shame.
I know an old lady who has had the
misfortu'te to livo a long lifo aurl to see
all her descendants grow up uuablo to
"understand" her. She is of tho old,
unsparing sort, and they, artistic, orig
inal, clever, modern people, have no
place for her cither in their theories or
their interests. With these her notions
can scarcely be expected to agree either,
yet the complaints come not from her,
but from them. They are not complaints
in words. They are compl-Aints crystal
lized into entire disregard for the old
school, which does not, as it cannot,
whollysyinpaUiifwwith thenvjit seems
to take' mr rjntTcTery likeiiiyssSfrXt' see
what I rlp.a--lit wyrm tfrtVjito. t,
white hairl juc(jitres, wh'ri Appar
ently so separate! frmnvUnl fl,.ves
and husbands both would have to teach
themselves the fortitude which she com
municates merely by her presence.
Their households would be dragging on
without the strong axles, so to speak,
which she put in almost unnoticed for
each newly married couple, and the
whole family, now held together in an
unusual vigor, would soon fall apart
and be dispersed.
I believe there must be many sorli
cases, I have the deepest respect for
these strong, unbending characters who
do not conceal their utter intolerance of
our self centered modern methods.
May Johnstone in Ladies' Home Jour
nal Timber Is Water.
Seasoned timber is but little liable to
decay under the itiflaeuce of a dry at
mosphere and will resist decomposition
for an indefinite period when kept total
ly submerged in water. The piles of old
London bridge, driven 600 years before,
were found to be in good condition
when the new bridge was erected ia
1859, and those which served as the
foundation for Trajan's bridge over the
Danube, A. D. 105, are said to bo still
visible at low stages of water. -Toronto
LIVELY FIGHT WITH A SHARK.
:rrlfTlnf 17 Jrrr!cnr With at Mna Cater
1 y a Zlaa Who Was I Miles.
William Ilnller, an attorney of Denl
soa, Tex., htd an experience with a
ihhu cr.ting shark ct Rockport in the
gulf. "1 hired a small sailboat," said
Mr. JInller ia relating his unpleasant
cxpvncace, "and was out some distunes
from land whea I baited my hook aud
can it out I used anew clothesline 100
to 1 50 feet long for a cord, and tho book
was quite large, probably six to seven
"I felt a jrrk, and in an instant the
line was under the boat's rudder. I ask
ed the boatman to reverse the sail in or
der that tho line could be cleared. I
ws oblivious to all except the big fish,
and as tho boom swung around it caught
mo or. the back between the shoulders.
I was tumbled overboard hend foremost
in the water, some 40 to 50 feet deep. As
1 struck the water the fish that I had
caught, a man eating shark, laid hold
of tho calf of my right leg. The pain
was fearful, and I felt myself jerkod
rapidly down toward the Imttom of thn
"In my fall I did not relax my hold
on tha linn, and us toon as I realized my
po.-'iion I knew that my life depended
or: is:y ability to hold on to the cord.
Tho struggle 1 know was not long, but
to me it seemed liko an atte. The cord
was fastened to a beam in the boat, and
im;h by inch I gained on my antagonist,
and as soon as I appeared on the surfaeti
tho lntman cr.me to my assistance. Tho
sh".r'r retained its grip on my leg until
my ixidy was entirely out oi the water,
an'l oven then it did not let go until
the lHiatnian knocked it off with an oar.
When I was safely on the in::ide, how
ever, we pulled for the shore, and as
my hook was securely fastened in the
mouth of the shark no trouble was ex
perienced in landing the lish. It was
between 6 and fi feet long. "Chicago
JOHN BULL'S HUMOR.
It Iftlie Fat Wltted Kind Whc.t Amer
icans Think or IU
Hawthorne, observing Englishmen in
England, speaks of them as "heavy
witted." Emerson alludes to their
"saving stupidity." Howclls has intro
duced to us some typical specimens of
English respectability and rank baffled
in their chieso after American humor,
but on the scent and arriving at tho
point of appreciation after considerable
silent thought, sometimes lasting into
tho next day, and here is the testimony
of Lowell from his recently publishcxl
"Letters. " In a letter written in 188'J
from England to IIroftsor Norton ha
thus explains the warm reception given
to Buff alo Bill by London sa-iety:
"But I think tho true key to this
eagerness fur li.ms even of the poodle
sort is the dullness of the average
English mind. I never come back here
without being struck with it. Henry
James said it always stupefied him at
first when he came bark from the con
tinent. What it craves beyond every
thing is a sensation, anything that will
serve as a Worcestershire sauce to its
sluggish palate. -We, of finer and mora
touchy filter, get our sensations cheaper
and do not find Wordsworth's emotion
over a common flower so very wonder
ful. People are dull enough m our Eido
of the ocean stream also, 4od'wot, bat
here unless I know my pcnplo I never
dare to let my mind gambol. Most of
them, if I ever do, look on like the fa-num.-
deaf man at the dancers, wonder
ing to what music I am capering. They
call us superficial. Let us thank God,
dear Charles, that our nerves are nearer
tho surf. ice, not so deeply embedded in
fr.t or muscle that wit must take a pitch
fork to us." Outlook.
Mr. IVpyV Temper.
Being at supper, my wife did say
something that caused mo to oppose her
in. Sho used the word devik which
vexed me, and, among other things, I
said I would not have her to use thr.t
word, upon which she took me up most
scornfully, which, before Ashwell and
the rest of the world, I know not nowa
days how to check, as I would hereto
fore, for less t:ian that would havo
made mo strike her. So that I fear
w'fhont great discretion I shall go near
to lose, too, my command over her. and
nothing doit morn than giving her this
occasion of dancing and other pleasures,
whereby her mind is tal.eu up from her
business and finds other sweets besides
pleasing of me, and so makes her that
she begins not at all to take pleasure in
me or study to pleaso mo as heretofore.
Diary of Samuel Pepys.
An ITnturky Shot.
"I am not a very goud"h.t," said IL
B. Coleman, "an-i this fact gave mo a
great deal of trouble at. one time. I bor
rowed a valuable dog from a friend and
went hunting. , The,' animal became rat
tled when ho frrand that I knew noth
ing altout hunting. Rabbit after rabbit
was started up, and I missed them as
fast as they came. Finally the dog grew
tired and concluded to catch them on
his own hook. He soon started another, ,
and as it jumped the dog jumped after
it just as I fired. The shot went into the
head of the dog. and he died without a
groan. The rabbit ran a short distance
and then stopprd and looked back, as if
to mock me. Of course I paid for the
dog, but my friend has never forgiven
me, and I have not gone hunting since. "
Berlioz was made miserable by his
wife. He married Miss Smithsou, an
actress many years younger than him
elt She had prolonged fits of jealousy
and ill temper, ruined him by her the
atrical ventures and finally fell from a
carriage and broke her leg, thus ending
her artistic career. Berlioz bore with
her in patience until she finally left
him. He was a tall man, of steni aspect
and very dignified. In spite of his im
mense musical abilities as a composer,
he could play no instrument except the
guitar, and that very badly. St Louis
NINE HE COMES.
"One I lore, ami two I lore,
Tun I Imc," ehc anvins.
And amnnO ilio tnai irn'a l.p
Tender smiles are plajing.
"Four I lore with all nr heart.
Fiva and ix and seven
Surely tome iontr hie heart
111 li bon fondly eirea!"
Hre I f.nl another r
Light lii.'.u loves. Iki' ft.
And etill antlerT Nl"a .ie conar
1 fled just here below It!
Softly dolh the idiadows lis
Over all the eraMs
And the lisht wind whisper low
Aa through the trees it pasaea.
In the aky the cloud fleece flies,
Pursned hy sun ray klsara.
Tor they are too cold to thrill
With love's delirious uitsses.
En there cotneth throngo tha mead
The maiden's blithe roan lover.
Conies ar.il then the apple aeed
Jinny truths discover.
-Lollie Belle WyUa
AN AID TO MILKING.
The Colleirlan's Ad rice to His Father Which
A coltege student in one of our west
ern dates returned home after his eonrso
was finished to find that his father, a
clergyman with a small salary, was
eking out his living by running a small
farm. One cf the adjuncts of the farm
was a cow, a pretty good animal, which
however, bad a strong aversion to being
Here was an opportunity for a display
of the lately acquired knowledge of tha
"Farher," said he, "Professor G. says
if one will place a weight upon a cow's
back it will luako ker give down tho
The reverend gentleman, favorably
impressed with this information that
his sou had learned from Professor G.,
decided to try the simple remedy. In
stead, however, of placing a weight
upon tho cow's back, tho clertryman
placed himself npon it Btt then he
aus-wered the purpose. The cow, how
ever, was still obstinate.
"Tie my legs under the cow," said
tho father to his son.
The son did so. But the cow, unused,
to such unusual and arbitrary proceed
ings manifested, her displeasnres by
rearing and plunging, entirely unmind
ful cf the dignity of tho personage
astride her spinal column. It was get
ting altogether too interesting fur the
two bipeds concerned in the transac
tion. "Cut the rope, cut the rope!" shont
ed Mr. V. to his dutiful son. meaning
the rope by which ho was attached t
But the son, 'bting somewhat excited,
rut the ropo by which the cow was fas
tened to the stanchion. At once avail
ing herself of the liberty thus offered,
tho cow took nn unceremonious exit
from the stable, and down through the
street she went. The n.inister accom
panied tho cow, but in a manner not ex
actly befitting the dignity of his profes
sion. As it happened. nn of the sisters of
the congreiitii.n was on the street as
the race was in progress. Surprised at
snch a sisht, tho good sister cried out,
"Why, Brother V., where are you go
ing?" His sense of the ludicrous coming to
his aid. Brother V. shouted bark: "The
Lord and th cow only know. I don't !"
The clergyman was event nally rescued
from his awkward perch and never at
tempted the feat r.gain. Voice.
The Way to Get There.
To ret there, your e fcllcw. the way that I beet.
The airland ot methods, the world has conf cased
is to n.u there on rollers, to kate there on a heels
With the halancc or rower k.l ouHned to the
But it you are ti-ed and you cannot Ull a by.
your Herr Is wron;, and the breath if y..or
Is the weariuR complainings of Innysfiat are rot
And the remedy nrcd duesn't rceai to restore ;
If ghastly connm tioo, grim, ( ring and wild.
Hie unyielding fount! i cf bra tb bath de!ld
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discover- will ut
An end to your troubles.
It s not likelhesamparillar orcidinary nrtnj
medicines. Ttey claim to do gd io Farch,
April and Kay All f e yar run t. and in at
cae the EiMjoTurj" purines the Word a Both
fog 'be can. Every blood taint and disi.rdcr.
eczema, tetter, salt rbcua, erysipelas, baili-. car
buncles, enlarged g'ands tumors and wi-liini:s
tbc most stubborn rkir aud scaln dlM-aaes, and
f e wont foras of ecrofola, arc completely end
permanently cured It 11,
Buy with rcl able dealers. Wl!h any others,
something else that pays them better will proba
bly be urged as Jast as good.- It miy be. for
them ; but it can't be. for yon.
Whrj Bahy tu ,-k, we rr h-r Castrla,
Wbrn uhe was a Child, she crtod Tor datorUa, '
When she became Miss, sire dons to Catorta,' :
Wbeu she bad Children, she gave &cia Castatfav.
Children Cry for
Pitcher's Castor. as
. . . 13 the preateat
bleasin ever ottered g
cbild'brarlncr woman. O
I have been a tnid-tv
wife for many yean.
Beiiaa an fCeBi. H CSAMF 0
where MOTHirR- l-ltn.-n- -"-JITi K
rorapisM woooera and re tiered
buc.1i nunermc It ia tue beat renmiy tor
rtsraz of the Breast known, and worth the
price tor that a lone,
Mas. M M. BsrWBTBR,
, Brat iky CsBresa r malt, oa receipt of pru.
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SftAHPlEL! aeotXATOR OO, ATLARa, Oa
fata, min kirami. task:
raanftsiiuna ass MOaiaa
kken panili sasai Jim ay aaall. lliila n.
rnOTHERG. Do You Know thM
j UU Imteaaa's Dropa, Godfrey' Cordial, many ao-oailed tvashins FiTupj. '
moat remedies for cbildrre are eompow-d of onnia or ri4ine y
Pk Teal Kkiww that opium and morpbine are atupefyina; narcotic oiaun ?
TJs Tow KaWWtkatlkaiaaeiauitrm r P i.v
Wttbout labeling tbem potaucs ? ' "
Po) Tew Know that yoa i
nleas yon or your pbysician Liiow tt a ail it is composed ?
Pa T Kiaw that Castoria is a rarely TegttaUe preparatloa, and ttiat Le r
Its ingredienu te published with every bottle t
Po Ton Ksw that Cartoria is the preaci Iptioa of the f aroout Ir. Ramu-l i;t
That has been in aae for nearly thirty years, and that un Cmtoria ia t.uw tUa
ml all other remedies for children combined f
Pa Tarn Kasw that the Patest Offies IVpartajent of the felted Rt-, ar.d ..
ether conatriea, have taatied exdusree right to Ir. I'itrber and his ajmdfms to na t b- txi
Ceateria and iu fommla, and that to imitate them is a stale prioo otf-n. ,
Po Tow Know that one of the reasons for grant inr this goTeronwct irufcti-iaynn
beccuse Ortoria had bera proven to be aTfratolatoly Tkarmlcea?
Po Tow Ksaw that 35 avravrge doare of Castoria are furnialiei 1 1 2i
Mtkta, or one cent a dose t
Po Tow Knew that when roasgasrd of this perfect rrepant ion, your cLildrea hay
be kept well, and that you may have unbroken rest t
WeJI, tTaoa tTaiwre are worth knowiar. Tney are facta.
Children Cry for
'WHERE DIRT GATHERS, WASTE RULES."
GREAT SAVING RESULTS FROM THE USS OF
Kaalsctarers oi FARI!,SPRIKG AND FESGHT V7iGC:S
i.UT?Pi L,n "fJli""?' "4 " Taio.e-eeiany Kr.'.ft:
'r trsde.of nparlor workaaesblp aad Ba'ieb fllnalratcd ft A Us. fret or
'-'tcado. Bee the MOUN B WAHt fcrora rwrcbae'xj.
IBCORPOBATBD CKDEK THE ITATE LAW
Rock Island Savings Bank,
Bock Islabd, III.
Open daily frjm a. ta. to p. m, and Batsraay even tecs frca T to I aV oei .
nv pr eeat Intrst paid on Deposits. Money loaned on Perkoualc 1
lateral ar fUal Estate security.
.UBITCCErrert. F C.DBWKMAw,VirePmt. J a B'.TOTtD.Cvter.
P. L. H tcbs'd, F. C. tsankmaon. John Crabanrti. PMI htttraelL B. P. IlnlL L. ai
X. W Barsi, J. K. liutord. Jcha Voik.
aAcsauB A Hcaar, Solicitor.
Betria tuaineae July t. 168Q. aad occupy the southeeM comer V.ttbel! A Li. te m Czl
C. - -r tf- . , - va ram. m rir.nn
r" X' gyj WAHVACESISw
CHAMPION 1 jTsaUry or c:cmm.s.on.
m lit l "' aJ'rii ' - - aaaaaaAa 1 ,.., mi r.MB.rt'1
-SEIVERS & ANDERSON
'- UWTCixjRg and BUI LOP
All kind of carpenter
Office and Shop 721 Twelfth street
Fratietosnt ef tke Brady rjkast
Q US IK
All A nd of Cut newer coaaAatl'y ou ksra.
oZ7lo7mra CcnUalfark. Urgent la lire, JdKroe., law.
Carpenter and Builder,
OFFICE. KO: 221 SIXTH AVLSUE.
Shop cn Vine 8tX9L UOCK ItL3M.
permit any medlcmo to be glr, yoUT , ,
OTT a0E r0 AKT StPE.rtfaiCi
?'JL 01 ENGINE. 0-HtLFtt
1IUKINEK wooDOiicett. oro
wa puor. a rfcEnti tut.
' ITT - r-ac" AMn cHlO.
Vkt. a. - I as-,
aTewtnat to'intn: done ot. alio"
aad aattsfactitm g,rat.:ecJ