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sMf tunc a collur that doc9 not
;, v.lu-ii yon get ovcr-hcutcd;
tl, divs iKit lray on the edge, o
t. ir cut at the buttonholes, and
cm ! rlc-ar.cd hy simply wiping
,!: with :i wet sponpc or cloth.
Ti:. s." collars nnd cull's nrc tnndc
, ivif riiiji lincu collurs or cuffs
,,,, ;.n!i sides v.-uh waterproof
v l!rl.'il." thus giving strength
mi durability. They arc the only
iti-rproof goods so made, nndl
ccry piece is stumped as follows:
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niiv imitation if you expect sat-i-t.u-tion.
If your denier docs not
kcop them, send direct to us, cn
clnr.ini; nmount, nnd wc will mail
vou sample. Collars 35 cts. cucb.
Lniissocts. pair. uitcsizc, and
v. i! c 1 her stand-up or turncd-dowu
coi.:t is wautca.
THE CELLULOID CO,
Vo' IV Begins December, 1894.
A -tii. tidiilly illustrated life of
Tin- irivat feature' of which will he
i Niipnli'iin. showing him from
n.;li in liculh: also portraits of
l.l family ami contemporaries
pictures of famous battle
1 ; 1 ! : in nil nearly
in November and runs
:iirnii'ii fig-fit liumliers. '1'lic
Kmiu Napoleon Numbers, $1.00.
. hority from the archives of the
IM.t.UliiN KKTKITIVE Ai.KSCV.
I. In. .Mil ami Tiiikurton (Nov. 19-1);
tin MnMy Mrtluires: Allan I'inkcr
Life: Sinricsof Capture of Train
r. iii i r-. Formers, liank-robbf rs, etc.;
1 li I'Mnpleti' in one issue. 12 in all.
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Clem Silks and Woolen Goods,
i iuuon. cartaina and Carpets. It has
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Muiln and Kemoving Grease Spots.
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P"IC 15 CCMTS A CAKE OR TWO CAKES
FOR 25 CENTS.
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npots and shape in oanTth
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lect TOch an pod. .- . ..
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UOUtll to tho iiif
laced in one ,1Pst. If ho finds a cm-koo
iw prpced...! him on the samn errand,
u seeks another prn.m i- 2 '
moment, n,n,(l au the oggs prcset the
Tho flclnded mr.n.r. t,-t. 1-
1 ... "Miv.-iu.-a me in-
tmder with her own broo.1. and the in
terloper, having the faculty of beini;
hatched sooner than the others, is of
iu llrs to POnie ont of hjs 8helL
Uo innnaces to wriroir. ..,i l
. - ---r&-v uuuiiiituiu ills
brothers and sisters and presents them
' ivc ouenng to the expectant ro
nts, mitre, ruts. Kfnntu ...1 .
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and within 12 hours of his existence is
tho snnromo nmnninr nt .t. tt
. 1 . mu UV2.U xat)
keeps his black mouth wide open contin-
""". ""icu mo iatlier and mother
of the departed chickens as constantly
mini ins oouy 13 too big for his
home, and ho departs therefrom for-
The enckoo lenvrc lot.
July. Ho is a restless beinir. like tho
soul of John Brown, always marching
oil. After leavini? F.nrono l,. ,,;.,. i
o I' .v. u
the north of Africa and ends at the Cape
of tlood Hope, whence he returns to
Europe in tho spring. Why does he go
nway ami why como back? Food the
food ho loves the hairy caterpillar. He
will eat other grubs, but these are bis
1 1 ,
iinui iy ureau.
It has been estimateil in rnnml nnm.
brrs that out of every 100 hairy cater-
Di liars that wrior.!,. itn lif.. no a..
nri'v ...l . dm nv;
youred liy cuc kvws. Everywhere nature
is canfnl to maintain her balance, Tho
enckoo keeps down tho millions of bil
lions 01 nairy caterpillars ana preserves
our cornfields from b-jing eaten np by
hedge sparrows. Tho cuckoo is a born
conservative, and n lumv lm i,t-.
turu nnnnally to tho neighborhood of
uis uircn. western (tngland) Press.
THE ZODIACAL LIGHT.
A Phenomenon In Nature Commonly
Known aa "the Sun In-awing Water."
Sometimes in tho evening, somo littlo
time Kforo and during twilight, and
sometimes though rarer beforo and
during snnrise, a close observer may de
tect jN'culiar, fanliko streams of darker
and lighter shading across tho sky.
Theso streaks, of which the plainer ones
may number from four to six, together
form a triangle, with its base on tho
horizon and extending out at varying
This nppi'arance still holds rank as an
unexplained phenomenon in nature. It
occurs only occasionally. There may bo
a lino illustration on a given evening,
and while there may be a week of clear
snnsets succeeding not a trace of tho
streaks will bo visible.
From this it would seem that a par
ticular atmospheric condition must bo
one of the factors in its production.
The assumption would bo supported by
numerous analogies not necessary to
enumerate. In the proper atmosphere,
then, let it be assumed that the streaks
are duo to alternate lines of shade and
Now, let something to some extent
obstruct tho rays of the sun which has
set, either au impediment in the distant
landscape or an unseen cloud, the com
bination at the proper angle with the
observer's vision, and it is probable that
he may approach a solution of the long
The fanlike appearance is such for the
same reason that the lines in a brick
wall leading away from the observer
seem to focalize to a center, as do also
railway tracks seemingly come together
in the distance. These zodiacal lines
are undoubtedly parallels, as are lines of
cloud streaks that to our vision seem to
point to a common starting point It
is more than probable that this modest
ami nnobtrusive streaking of tho clear
evening sky has been unsolved because
of its very simplicity. It is probably
only a modification of what is common
ly known as "the sun drawing water. "
fh T?iL.lit Hon. Sir Oeorce Qrev. K.
C. B., of New Zealand, now visiting
England, says in the Illustrated Lon
"I call myself a conservative. Old
machinery won't drive a new world.
Tiio nbl cliniiacs and must be replaced.
Tako tho woman's vote, which is now
a bard and fast and excellent fact in
New Zealand You'll have it in Eng
land by and by, but for the present yoa
lncini? hnlf the intellect of the na
tion, and more, I make bold to say, than
half the virtue of the nation.
Tho News describes Sir George Grey
nf the Greatest En dish nrocon-
suls of the century, the first statesman
in tho affection and achievements of
A n atml Ian iiemoeracv. " This testi
mony is all tho nioro weighty in the
case of New Zealand, wnere not oniy
the whito bnt the Maori women as well
an, ni i f tl to the franchise, a reliance
npon principles of justice which should
bhauie America's nnitonn expeaiency
aud distrust of equal rights. Boston
. Gcttine Acquainted.
Relative I notice that you have at
but got acquainted with your next door
neighbor, who has lived alongside of
you for the past iu years.
Mrs. D'Avuoo Yes, we were intro
duced to each other at the pyramids of
Egypt, and I found her a delightful
companion. We became very intimate.
THE AltGUS, FRIDAY, NoVEMl.EK 20. 1894.
AFRAID? NOT HE.
tie Merely Wanted HI. Wife to Hold ta
Light For III in.
At 2 o'clock Tuesday mornintr. when
all the peopJo living on College avenue
were last asleep, there was commotion
ia one of tho beautiful residences along
that thoroughfare. It was the home of
a merchant, and the commotion broke
loose in tho sleeping apartment of him
self and wife. She started it
She awakened suddenly and thought
she heard some one trying to break in
down stairs. She shook her husband, and
after some time had elapsed succeeded
in making him realize the situation.
They both listened. There was somo
noise, sure enough, and a cold shiver
crept down his spinal column and even
to bis toes.
He determined not to get scared,
though his teeth were chattering, so he
announced that he would go down and
Aren't yon afraid, dear?" nervously
asked his wife.
He took out his revolver, struck a
match, lighted a lamp and then looked
at her in tlisgnst.
"Afraid! Well, hardly. I never saw
tho man yet I was afraid of. Now. don't
-make any noise, bnt come on."
The littlo woman started in astonish
ment. "Do yon want me to go too?"
"Do I want you to go? Whv, of
course I do. Yon mnst go ahead and
carry the light so I can see to shoot Do
you think I could hit a burglar in the
dark? Hurry up, or he'll be gone. "
And th.it man mado the little woman
go ahead with tho light, while he held
the revolver over her shoulder at full
cock. They traversed the house from
garret to collar, finally found a stray
dog scratching at the back door and
came back to bed. He sat up for an
hour tolling her what he would havo
done had there been a burglar there.
A HARD TASKMISTRESS.
The Late Itosina Yokes Took Bcr Art
- Rattier Too Seriouly.
Tho lato Mrs. Clay, better known as
Rosiua Yokes, was a hard taskmistress.
She took her art both seriously and
rigidly and demanded the same from
others. A young American girl during
a otio time connection with the Yokes
company suffered extremely from a felon
on her finger. Every movement of the
arm gave her pain, and she was at
length obliged to evade her required
participation in "A Game of Cards,"
where the players clap hands, the one
against the other. "You shirked your
part last night, Miss Blank," Mrs. Clay
took occasion to observe the following
"I did," acknowledged Miss Blank,
"for my finger is in such a condition,
as you see, that present use of it is im
possible." "You will not shirk your part to
night, however," remarked Mrs. Clay,
with an ominous gleam in her eya Tho
young American knew only too well
that further remonstrance wonld prob
ably result in her dismissal, so nothing
more was said. That night, according
to orders, she, with infinite pain, clap
ped hands briskly. At the first touch
the blood gushed from her suffering
finger; but, although her partner was
Mrs. Clay, neither reference nor apology
was made by that exacting star either
then or afterward. "Still it was splen
did training, " said the yonng actress in
later years. But to impartial, unprofes
sional outsiders such "training" smacks
of tyranny. New York Advertiser.
Speeches From Notes.
It is usually supposed by the lay
reader that tho greatest speeches made
in congress are the result of long prepa
ration and aro delivered from volumi
nous notes. This is not always correct
The preparation may bo all right, but
in many cases notes do not exist at alL
This may bo illustrated from a littlo
conversation I had with ex-Congressman
John M. Farqnhar. He was booked to
speak at a reunion of veterans. Half an
hour before he was announced to take
the platform I approached and said:
"Mr. Farqnhar, I shall be glad to got
an advance copy of your speech. "
"My dear sir," he replied, "I never
wrote a speech in my life and never
shall. I never spoke from notes but once
in my life. That was when I was in
congress, and my speech occupied over
four hours. My notes consisted of five
words scribbled on a piece of paper. I
have kept that piece of paper, and when
I have joined the majority it may be
considered an interesting souvenir to
I thonght so too. Buffalo News.
Oar Future Papulation.
The territorial area of Japan is abont
oue-twenty-fourth that of tho United
States, not counting Canada, which is
likely some time to come in, and it sup
ports 40,000,000 people. At this rate it
is computed that the North American
continent would sustain a population of
1,000,000,000. How soon that limit is
to be reached may be remitted to the
prophets and the statisticians, but it
will come some time without doubt, re
quiring an increasingly wise typo of
stutesman and politician on the way if
wo are to hold together and carry out
the destinies which seem appointed to
ns. New York Tribune.
The peculiar murmuring sound, not
unlike the ripple of the waves on a still
evening, which we hear on placing a
shell or other hollow object to the ear,
is dne to the fact that the concave sur
face concentrates and multiplies all dif
ferent sounds around us, so as to render
them audible. The many sounds always
present in the air are augmented by the
resonant cavity of the shell. Science
Overheard en the Hirer.
"Yon are nothing but a big bluff,"
remarked the river to the bank.
"Is that so?" retorted the bank. "If
I take a notion to come down on yon,
your name will be mad. "Indianapo
A PEN PICTURE.
The Mae Vad Not Meant to Make Troaale,
bnt Was I'nfortaaate.
"A stroug wind had set in from the
sea, banking huge masses of clouds ovar
the city. The rain descended in a blind
ing, staggering deluge, and solid sheets
of fire flashed athwart the angry skies,
followed by crashing peals of thnnder.
Tho gloom was excessive. The lights in
the streets cast a fitful, sickly glare
over the wet pavements and the few be
lator, pedestrians who were hastening
home. It was a night for dark thoughts
and darker deeds.
I laid aside the book which I had
been reading an absurdly impossible
tale cf midnight horrors and ghastly
?rimes and sat moodily looking at the
raindrops chasing madly down the win
dow pane and at the fierce night with
out The cabbies in the street below
were swearing, and the call bells in the
hotel were clanging like wild.
Suddenly in the adjoining room I
heard a sharp click like the cocking of
a firearm. I ho connecting door was un
bolted and slightly ajar. I sat still,
with bated breath and hair bristling all
over with terror. A shutlling of heavy
feet and a muttered imprecation as
something fell on tho floor. A cold.
paralyzing dread seized on me, freezing
the lifeblootl in my veins. God of heav
ens what horrible tragedy was being
enacted behind that door?
Sharp, ch ar and loud, above tho rag
ing of the elements, rang out the report
of a pistol, followed by a terrible oath
and a heavy falL Pale as a specter, I
sprang, tottering, toward the door to es
cape, and with a horrified scream fell
crashing to tho floor in a dead swoon.
I awoke with a start The connecting
door was wide open. Above my pros
trate form stood a rongh looking man
in his shirt sleeves. His right hand was
bloody. I seemed to feel his clutches on
my throat already and closed my eyes
with a gasp. I opened them again cau
tiously. In his bloody grasp ho held tho
shattered remains of au electric light
"Sorry, stranger," ho said, "but I
tried to open tho dnmed thing to light
up, and hit busted." Atlanta Consti
tution. EVERY HOME SHOULD OWN A DYNAMO
Then Housewives Conld MngiM-tize Ham
mer and Moke Taek Driving Kay.
Thero is an easy way to render the
ordinary taek hammer an article that
may bo used with comfort and to do
away with all danger of bruised fingers
from its misdirected blows. A little
electricity will do the triek. The process
is so simple that it should be universal
All that is reqnired is access to a
dynamo. Then lay the head of the ham
mer on the framework and leave it
there for about five minutes. This needs
no strength, bnt tho hammer cannot be
detached without the knowledge that
some force holds it fast to the ironwork,
and herein lies tho secret. By contact
with the dynamo your hammer has been
magnetized and wJiTl pick up bits of
iron or steel that are not too heavy for
Tacks and small nails, too short to be
held in the fingers when driving, may
lie easily placed in position for tho ham
mer blows without using the linger or
thumbs and much sjieedier work ac
complished. In retaeking torn shades
the man of the house will at once ap
preciate the blessing of a magnetized
hammer, since ho can pick the tiny
tacks from the box direct with his mag
net, press them into the roller with the
same tool aud by one blow drive the
elusive fasteners home.
Carpet lnying is made easy and stray
tacks in quantities such as will 6lip
from the fingers a thing of the past
New York Herald.
Pros Catching as an Industry.
Frog catching is a leading industry
along tho river, and the most successful
operators work all night aud sleep in
the daytime. Their tents along the river
ore silent during the sleeping hours of
the forenoon, bnt at night the swampy
shores are alive with the moving lan
terns of the fishers, or rather the frog
gers. The frogs are can slit with an or
dinary fishhook, and tho most successful
bait is a small piece of red flannel. The
operator has a reflector lantern fastened
in the bow of his boat, and it is claimed
that the light makes the frogs snappish
without discrimination. The baited
hooks are passed freely among them as
tho canoes, punts, skiffs aud rafts are
pushed and paddled through the
marshes. The frog catchers do a profit
able business with the Toronto restau
rants. Toronto Globe,
Beer by the Pound.
"What do you think of getting I if
pounds of beer for a nickel?" said a man
the other day. "Well, out in the south
ern part of the city they sell beer in this
way altogether, especially at the little
German groceries with a saloon annex.
When people come into the place for a
pitcher of beer, the vessel is set on
scales and weighed. Then the customer
is asked if be wants lager or common
beer. If he wants 6 cents' worth of the
first he gets 1 if pounds, but if he wants
common beer he gets 1 'lounds. The
dealer I saw did not know how the cus
tom of weighing beer originated. The
stand has been handed down for several
generations, and beer was never meas
ured otherwise than by weighing.
A Rare Stamp.
An interesting and valuable addition
has been made to the splendid collection
of stamps in the Philosophical museum.
It is a half crown stamp, lettered
"America,' and is the sole survivor of
those attempted to be forced npon our
colonists at Boston who threw the chests
of tea into their harbor, for the colonists
destroyed all tho stamps as well, except
this, which Mr. Philbrick, Q. C. is
fortunate enough to be the possessor of.
Another valuable addition is a series of
fine specimen copies of Australian
stamps sent by Major E. H. Watts of
Newport. Boston Traveller.
Life uiay rhanire, but It may fly net.
Hope may vanislu bat ran die aoM
Troth br veiled, but still It barnethj
Love repulsed but it retaraeta.
Yet were Life a rharnet where
Hope lay pofflned with Itespain
Vet were Truth a Mu-red lie.
Love were lust if Liberty
Lent not life its soul of light,
Hope its iris of delight.
. Truth its prophet's robs to wear.
Love its power to live and bear.
AN ACCOMMODATING DRIVER.
lie Was Ala Poperlateiwlewt, Me Be Caald
Da as He Pleased.
"They have a delightful wav of being
accommodating in some part of the
south," said a gentleman who had trav
eled considerably in that section. "Of
course it woultlu't do anywhere elm in
the world, bnt the way those people for
get all about time is absolutely itvfruah
iug. "I was down south once and had occa
sion not to patronize bnt to be patronized
by a little street car line running from
to Li Junction, The lenalh
of the line is half a mile and its equip
ment two cars, each with a single mule
attachment The official rostt is con
densed to the name of a single gentle
man wearing a suit of Confederate gray.
who fills every position on the line from
superintendent to driver with perfect
satisfaction to his patrons, and 1 mnst
say with seeniiug satisfaction to himself.
In his capacity of driver he waa told
that I wonld like to go down to the
junction at a certain time. ,
"In his capacity as superintendent I
was introduced to him, and assuming
the authority of his highest position he
advised me that he would wait fur me
near a certain corner. I was watching
for him, and about 10 minutes before the
appointed time the car stopped on the
corner designated. The driver set the
brake, but it was tho big hearted super
intendent who got down to play with
the children by the roadside until I
should arrive. He greeted me cordially,
and we started, with the mule in a can
ter. "A man hailed the car from a house a
little farther on, and we came to a stop.
There was a short conversation in loud
tones. Then the driver carefully wonnd
the lines around the brake and went in
to the house. In abont five minutes he
reappeared, with a trunk on his shoul
der, having probably stopped to tie a
rope around it inside the house. This
trunk he dcjiosited on the front plat
form, and we were again going as fast
as the mule could travel.
"Arrived at the junction, the driver
was again transformed to the superin
tendent as he shook hands with me and
bade me goodby. I told him I had en
joyed my trip immensely, and that he
was the most accommodating man I had
ever met in the transportation service.
He promised to call on me in Chicago,
and I'll be glad to see him too. " Chi
The Nile by Night.
"I suppose no professional 'globe trot
ter' is ever satisfied," said James T.
flurd of New York, "without a sojourn
in Alexandria and a voyage of four or
five weeks np the Nila The river itself,
I mnst say, did at first sadly disappoint
ma We Americans are ant ta h rather
exacting in the matter of rivers, nat-
n . - .
nrany enougn, considering the beauty
and grandeur of our own. When I saw
the strong stream in the hot sunshine,
looking like floating mud rather than
water, I hated to believe it the Nile of
my dreams. Beauty, majesty and pow
er, not utility, were what 1 wanted to
see in the historic river. But when the
sun went down and the moon gilded,
not silvered, the stream, then it became
indeed the river of my imagination.
The unsightly banks, which by day were
steep walls of black mud, like huge un
baked brick, became picturesque and
even beautiful, with waving groves of
palm and fields of grain." St Louis
She Ponaded a Cartridge.
A woman of Carrolton, Ky., thought
that she would be able to stop a leak in
the bottom of an iron pot by driving a
piece of lead into it So she got one of
her husband's pistol cartridges ont of a
drawer and began the driving process
with a hammer. Now, the good lady
didn't nnderind the philosophy of a
cartridge ana nercr dreamed that it
would explode from the concussion of a
hammer, seeing no powder abont the
thing. Bnt there is no knowledge as
that which comes from experience, al
though the price paid in that way is
sometimes very high. This cartridge
exploded, and the flesh of the thumb
and finger with which she held it was
considerably torn. And that old pot
still leaks as it did before. Louisville
Not That Kind of a Load.
Tommy Albany (on board Hudson
river boat) Oh, look, mamma, what
kind of a beat is that with a big step
ladder in the bow?
Mrs. Albany That's a dredging boat.
Tommy, dear, lying close to a sand bar,
getting a load.
Tommy A. Oh, mamma, was that
what paoa brontrht home the other niirhi
when he was so tired, and yon asked
mm where be bad been, and he said,
"Up against a bar?"
Mrs. A. No, darling, it wasn't sand.
New York Herald.
The most noted dwarf was Jeffery
Hudson, born in 1619. At the age of 8
he was 1 8 inches high and was served
npon the table in a cold pie as a present
to Cbaries L At the age of 80 he began
to grow and reached the height of 8 feet
9 inches. He lived to be 88 and died in
prison, having been arrested on snspi
cion of being concerned in the popish
Capital punishment in Denmark ia
executed publicly with an ax. If several
are to be decapitated on the same date.
one is not present while another is exe
am. si st sal
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rM fcaa tt srawrwm.
srrreeheaa hsrts. It wffl e
awaaertfclaa; wMcfc to aV lately
Caatrta Ammtrmy Wave.
Caetaria allays revwrUbs
Cstteria raw PiarrVaaa ansl Wtad CoHe.
Casterta vmVmwmm TeetMwa; Trwatlea.
Caaitaria earae Centjamti aav4 TTat-leewy.
Caataala ax atraliaae tfce stWb) af rsu-VaaU svetd eras mr pe4ews air.
Caetaria Ism not e tabs aaarplibaa, eplana.er saer averr-etle ji ep.i ta .
paarU asslaanatae the) feoeU reermlates tfca steamera aad b. !,
gtrtaC fcJtby aasl ssstvnral alee.
CaaWia to a at era ta eae-atoe Wrtlea ay. It to set aaU ia walk.
sat Ileal aery ts eell yaw
that it to "jast mm geoa" aaterill a
tbavt yasa get OAWVaVM.
Children Cry for
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119-121 E. 17th St.
Rock bland, I1L TeL No. 1S88
Sole Arenta for the Pwasaa.
The Fashionable Merchant Tailor
Has the most replete line of new patterns in imported
and domestic suitings in the city.
1707 SECOID WIIIE.
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OFFICE. SO: SSS1 SIXTH AVENUE,
Shop on Vln 8trct POCK ISLAND.
City 303 and Ezprc3 Line.
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