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OtaiS OCKISLAKD ARGUS. SATURDAY. JANUARY 10. 1891.
WOMAN AND IIOME
SIGNIFICANT TRIFLES WHICH ARE
For Whom Io Women Drew? Th. Baby's
Tongue lletweea Schoolroom and Al
tarA Sermon forMunitna Typewriters
"I don't like her, .fumes," tuiid olii Mrs.
Sharp, sunkitiu bcr hi-ad. ''She won't do,
my Hon." "What make you any sof"
raid Jiimin. lie liud ri'tnrneU from en
cortlnil his fiunrre home, after a visit she
hiul paid bis rnotlit'r.
"Well, I run she Is uutiily and
disorderly, and when a woman's that
he's very apt. t' I even something
worse tinder the urfnre. A carelessly
kept IxHly and n riirclcnily kept soul tmual
lv go toeether." "Why, motlier," re
turned the young man, both surprised and
rbntrrinwl, "I'm sure Am in is always pret
tily drewwd, and looks well."
"So she Is; hut, James, she is not neat.
These are little tiling. I'll admit, but you
know straws show the wind's direction.
When she was here I noticed her breast
pin was on awry, n button was missing
from her jtlnve mid, worse still, another
from her boot. Her Inimiet htritiK was
pinned on, nud there w.-ih a ereaxfl KHt ou
the front iHvwlth of her skirt." James
Bushed angrily. "All were Mich little
thinpi, tnotlier, you milit have overlooked
them, and ou irouM, I lielicve, only you
were anxious to llnd something wrong
with her. Kvery one you mentioned
Blight havn hei'n tiie result of an acci
dent." ilis mother siubed, but answered Rood
oaturedly: "Muybe so, my deitr I won't
ay so; only you must pardon me if I say a
woman, and especially n young girl, who
has as yet no household cures, should never
allow even accidents to present her in an
untidy, careless ptrli to the world. A few
minutes woulil have sufficed to put the
missing buttons hack, the breastpin on
straight, to have tacktsl the bonnet string
securely in, mid to have token out the
The ynutig iiwiu saw no flaw lu the girl
he loved, and married tier eventually, but
today his ill kept home, with its thousand
and one annoyances, keeps fresh and green
in his memory his wise old mother's warn
ing. Amie's little careless ways that were
"accidents" have grown to be t lie grossest
slovenliness, ami ..source of real trouble to
herself and all her family.
The stitch that, she failed to take in time
has left the whole vcl of her life defective
and Willi raveled ends; the button gone
from her boot has vexed her d;iily, ami the
grease spot in the front brendth has grown
nd mull iplied. I'oor James! It seemed
s littlu thing to him that herlwimet string
rnctrcling Iht dimplwi, rosy f:wu was only
pinnetl in, but now Unit the glamor of ro
mance and court -hip has yielded to the
tern reality of life bn llmls uoi hing little
or insignificant ulmiit it hole in his fiockct
ur a rent in his cinii . And poor Ainie! t?lie
wees over Jatnes' uckind language, and
wonders how lie can is' so vexed oversui'ti
M trille, bin resolves to do better, only she
does nut even know bow to go about re
forming, for she has forgotten long since
the very meaning of order anil carefulne
Sweet l'.ri:i!- in St. loins (JIiiIni-IKmuo-cnit.
l-'or Wlioui Do Women lire.."
The idea toot ladies who lavish euonnoiis
turns annually in personal decorations
dress to l is. inalu their husbands, lovers,
or man in t lie aggregate is a vulgar error.
A fashionable winimu is not half as anx
ious to win the admiration of t lie men as
to provoke the envy of her own sex. The
Irnth is that gentlemen, as a rule, know
very lutlw iibiiut tin- rmiimf rcial value
of female at I ire, iind. exi ept when they
arecjilleil ntmii to pay the bills, i.are less.
An elegant and h'.Touiingtoilct, however
inexpensive, geueinlly sntt-iies them.
Not so our lir-t family bellei und dash
ing tlowagers. 1'est, is t heir staiidant of
excellence in co-runie. Arid what con
.uminatti siiiiinriiary critics they an! No
tradesman is a Is" ter judge of the articles
iu which he deals than the lady of f.ishion
Is of nil the article her sixtcr wear. With
s siugl'i sidelong glanee, rapid, keen and
earchij, slie (an "reckon up" the habili
ments of a rival almost to a shilling.
No pawnbroker, however aeeust'iiiosl to
gauge the price of rosily trumisT.v, cuilld
romo nearer the mark. Imitation cash
men., sMiinlatisl lace and false jeweierv
do not deci r. i' her for an instant. She sc..;,
through the cheat as e.i-ily a-s a banker de
lects a forged note, und sueers inwardly at
the vain attempt to curie with her genuine
extravagafi-e. She triumphs in the reflec
tion "-.all ber splendors ure sterling, and
that her "set," sharp eyed as herself, can
distiugni-h betwei n riieaplincl.ulyism anil
the ruinous grandeur it is intended to cope
with us well an i.
ex not thed iff erenco
to him. It is not
'.hat the richly be
n dress to provoke
j ... r.e u other rather than to com
mand manly worship:' Of course they like
to be admired by men, but to lie envied by
women is a supreme luxury London Tit
Bits. The Uaby'e Tongue.
During the process of dcntiti.m there is a
y in pat hetic d Lst u r imiiiij ; li rough t he w hi !
organism. .Many times the nervous irrita
tion causes a diarrhiea, but as long as the
appetite continues anil no indent cm of
disease appears except freijuent cvM! u.i
tioDs, such discharge from the tsiwels U
military, lining rial lire's elfort to relieve
the system of undue pressure.
Careful observation has shown me that
very many times when diililreu have had
teething diarrhfp.i suddenly checked ec
zema Ills resulted, which has outdo the
baby an eyesore to mot her and friends, and
rendered life itself a burden to tlio little
One i f the JHiints to Is-considered very
carefully. Iiotli in health and diseuse, is
the condition of the child's tougue. lu
pit" of the fact that a baby may uc(uire
the habit of putting out its tougue un
necessarily when the mother would have it
look its Ix-st it is wise to teach it, at as
early a period as possible, how to pnt the
tongne out, and to ojien its mouth so as to
expose the whole throat. Dr. Julia Holmes
Smith in New York ledger.
lletween Scno.ilro.im und Altar.
When the girl enters the world after her
education is "linisherl" she does not al
ways find it what she expected. The school
room Is one tiling, the world another.
She may have l?en popnlar with her
teachers becutise she was a diligent scholar,
and carried off the honors of the school.
But she linds that book knowledge does
not make ber popular or successful soci
ally. Some of the most intellectual people I
have known bnvo been among the most
disagreeable. A woman whose intellect la
aggressive, who parades her knowledge be
fore those of inferior intellect or education.
Is an object to bo dreaded.
Mere learning in a woman is never at
aVavaive JtKon the rontrary, offensive,
Unless coutdeTwTTH ll'M!ijiiirigces. School
learning should sink infi thecbaraeTi.rT4.
fleportment, and onlvAxhibit itself as the
perfume of a flower. -Ss exhibited in ft sub
tle, nameless ria-.u' unobtrusive manner.
a womxfii'ii knowledge of grammar
should not make her talk like an orator in
dully life it should simply make her con
versation gracious and agreeable.
Mathematics should render her mind
clear ami her Judgments true; her 1:0
graphical studies should teach her that the
world is too small for falseness to find a
hiding place, mid history should imnrcss
.r1"" rt f
v.'i''"i..!"T '"V,"''" -"olrom nnd
....... :-iiiiuiii (M. n,,
a mere harvest, timo
or pleasure, but a
, ...... ...i .in nif.
HO'.V;il I 1tll f..M nil -L.
.. " in sen saerilic" for
ii "o .a n -i. r
; , : " " ' " ' "-e l-r a success,
nil wife an, I iiii.iinr ! i. vi,.i. vv i
A kirn,,,,, r,r jj.,llllna
..... jouc. ; , ,
Mrzr ""!-'-' hi-hia
;' Why weren t . y ,ie.v:" she said
nil lif , '"'sl B'-lVr "'ss. hhe
-meilln J, .ary"8,"', " U,
' -ver cet nwirr,?-! , I . y"" whnt il
She shall go out and have a good Elme and
know how to take care of herself.
"J will let ber see that I trust her, and I
will teach ber bow to know the difference
between right and wrong. Mamma don't
know it. but the places she thinks it is all
right aud safe for me to go to are just as
full of temptation as the places she won't
allow me to go. The only way for a mother
to do Is to teach a girl how to take care of
herself, and then trust herand let her bave
a good time. A girl bas got to bave a good
time, and I do get discouraged. I some
times think 1 will marry the first fellow
that asks me. Just to get away from
There was a suspicion of tears in ber
eyes. Somehow I felt that a whole sermon
hail been expressed through her disap
pointment in not having attended that
ball. Chicago Herald.
Typewriters and Matrimony.
Iu all the emancipation movements, and
the enlargement of woman's sphere, the
matter of obtaining what is desired by in
direction remains. Why was the type
writer invented? It seems a most innocent
Industrial advance and a new avenue for
women. And now we hear that the type
writer is more likely to get married than
any other industrial woman. It is one of
the most promising of all the indirect ways
of escaping from the monotony of single
life. Thus even iu our enlarging oppor
tunities, we keep ou in the old way. The
object is still obtained by indirection.
It is no answer to this question whether
women ahull propose, to say that every'
woman can get. married who wishes to do
so, ami that all history shows this. The
real question is, is she free to marry ac
cording to her taste nnd inclination, nnd
would she V- happier, in the majority of
cases, if she could honorably approach
those to whom sho is attracted, instead of
waiting to be approached by those who are
attracted to her?
It is not fair to leave this question hang
ing iu the air without saying that there
are old fashioned people of both sexes who
think men and women tiro radically differ
ent, that if they were made alike the world
would lie a flat ntr.iir. and that, as human
life is arranged, the pleasure of being
wooed is quite equal lo the pleasure of
wooing. Charles Dudley Warner in Har
per's. Inlliieiiee of ICxaniple at Table.
I have seen children who found more
sympathy mi. oiii;ianionship with the
servants than with tied;- parents, nud in
deed 1 do not liii'ik lti.it a kindly inter
course with the oivl natui-ed servants
who love t lietn d k. c'uild:v:i any harm, es
pecially chil-.ltvn v.':.. ii-.- habitually with
their parents, 'i'iiey '.iould never lie al
lowed to eat with secants oi see servants
eat, for the manners of the table seem to be
the ino.t strikiie.: !::::;:. oi civili.at ion or
the absence of i'. an I the strange aud un-aceu-Mometl
liiiii' is 1 1." one t iutt the child
will observe aid c.(y. i!iietiines one
meal with an ill bred child or grown ier
smi will undo months of training iu table
manners. Yun will lilnl your children, if
they are s mpat hetic with yon. copying
the use of our hands and lipsnt table just
as theywil: opy your tout; of voice and
Sympathy, iu fact, is the key to all edu
cation. Nothing is ever truly gained in
anv other way. I'eople forget sometimes
that they are educating their children to
live in the world; that to have elicited the
olicdience of a single moment, and to have
fixed no principle in the mind of the child,
and established no deier conlidence, is to
have gained practically nothing. Htirper's
Miss I'awcett's astonishing success at
Cambridge has beaten the record, but in
it.s way the career of Ada Naomi Thomp
son, formerly a scholar Bt Cannnbtiry
Hoard scbiiol, is almost equally brilliant.
In lNst, hi thence of PJ, she won a Dra
ers' scholarship in the Islington high
school. In !; she passed the Oxford
junior examination wit h honors. In lSl
she was in the lirst division in the botany
examination of the science nud art depart
in'int. and in the same year gained the
company's scholarship attached to the
school. Iu ls she passed the advanced
botany examination and took honors iu
the Cambridge senior examinations. Ia
lssa; sliti pa.ss?d tho matriculation exami
nation of Iiudon university, and gained
n scholarship at Bedford college, also Lady
Stanley's Isitany prize and the Somrrville.
prizn for science. In IsSTshe passed tiro
intermediate science examination of Lon
don university. In Is;i he passed with
distinction the teachers' examination in
the I'niversity of Cambridge. .MissThomp
son is now an assistant mistress in the
York High school. London Echo.
I'ses for Itm f.eaf Fuv.
r'nr home made articles the palm leaf fan
seems to he in great demand. Artistic in
itself, it is not out of place, as sotno arti
cles are, when transformed into otheruses.
U becomes a first rate photograph holder,
when pockets are fitted to the front. The
lower one should lie cut in two broad scal
lops from satin, lined with holland. Two
other strips of the same material are
plaeisl diagonally aliove the scalloped
strip. A fio rt ,on of the fan is left exposed
iilmve. which is gilded or tinted with paint.
The fronts of the scket.s can be painted.
The handle is tiuisbed with a bow of rib
luti. This is lirmer, to line the back with
thin canlUurd, covered with satin. Tho
tsxkets are joined to this by overstilch.
Tim bottom of the lower pocket corre
spond, with the shape of the fan, the two
scallops forming the upper portion.
Hy turning the palm leaf upside down
and using the handle to hang it up by,
it can ! made into a pretty wall catch
all, a silk mcket lieing made and gath
ered li p and attached to the sides of
the fan. A strip of lirm hoiland is
stretched to the back of the top gathers to
keep t lie pneket open as far as desired.
Brookh n Eagle.
lreHlngH for Oily skins.
Dry, line skins, which never raise hairs,
or even lanugo that is, downy surface,
can use cold cream safely, and it will keep
tho skin fresh and smooth, in place of be
ing withered. Where there is any tend
ency to downiness and hairiness, as with
thick, well nourished complexions, too
great care cannot I used what shall bo
put on the fare or the hands. Theskin
drans nutrition from the oils, and this
thin layer of fat under tho skin nourishes
the lanugo dread of women. Uilv skins
ghon Id select, the waxen rln.m ti,
seed meal, or cooked oatmeal applications
nine someining or varmsb in their
nntnre, under which the skin remains soft
by it-siwn secret ions. .Shirley Dare's Let
A Folding Screeu.
Stain ou old f.Lshiot.,-1 d... i..., i
(about 4 feet or 4 fcetO inches) with cherry
....,. incirmu n tie d urv give it
three or four coats of varnish. WTien this
is in turn dry lake unbleached cotton flan
nel aud i ;it the size of each panel, allowing
two or thro inches to turn in. Cut of
JilTercnt colored felts thp vh.nrw.nf
nd animals. Laving as great a variety as
pleases. Arrange them on the flannel in
the corners of the lianels co , !,. f.,. .
large spray. Overhand each flower or ani
mal with crewel of a contrasting color,
working the veins and centers. Tack th
flannel on the frame with brass headed
natis. .New iork I'ress.
A Young Looking Sculptor.
, , i t , n nine
woman who ims not a masculine trait
alsiut her It is forty years since she be
gan the life work which has made her fa-
.....Us, Iias mlt kimily ith h
srnTl rm"",1 ""I U!a""' witn constant
w? hfU'l1lrrljri?,'t' yParkl
hi, . l""' ,"""r' Ilcr brown hair fa
Wide luce aljout l-
Soup for tho Hair.
P. -Soapsuds tWckened,, r."110"
and the whib- of an egg 1 Zt R,yceril
tho lovely, satinv uT TZT. toT
W coils of so g,v of orT" m th
lasses.New Vork . ' urP'tty society
They were out walkine, it w.
and he was roughing. 8he hsnS i C?1J'
bottle of Dr. Bull'. CouVh.? d bm
1; : "Here', a little thing that1 T.?0'1
"mhelPyou... 1Iig coujrh ws lhiDJ
in a ihort time. Was cured
THE OLD KITCHEN.
hi my youth my thoughts have I
r the house where the hoot cf my childhood
I loved all iu rooms to the pautry and ban.
But that blessed old kitchen was dearer than slL
Its chairs and its table, none brighter could be,
And all its curroundinrs were sacred to me.
To the noil iu the ceiling, the latch on the door.
And 1 loved e7ery crack in the old kitchen floor.
The grand old fireplace with Its mouth high and
The old fashioned oven that stood by its side.
Out of which so oi'tencamoiuidding and pies
That fairly hewildered and dazzled our eyes.
And then, too, St. Nicholas, slyly and 'till, '
Catm down every Chrtstinss our stockings to nil.
But the dearest of memories I've lai.l up In rt ire.
Is tiie mother who trod on the old kitchen floor.
Pay in and day out, from morning till ni jht, j -Her
f rtorsteps were busy, her heart always UnuU
for ii seemed to me then she knew not J care, j
Tim smile was n gentle ber face used t j w,,arJ
1 rememtjer so plainly what joy filled our eye
Ueii sho told us the ctories that children so
They were n-w every oKtlit, tliough we'd he
From her iipu ct the wheel on tho old kttel ten
Tn-rivbt thoso o:d visions como lack st their win.
Dm t nt w heel and its music forever are stilt j
Tiie ! mil is broken, the wheel laid nway, j
Aiel liieliiieersthai liirned it he in the cold clay.
The ic-anlistisu io aaored h jus twastbeu,
An. I i .. a :.s.,. chil.ln'ii riuir nut there sgnU
ton looks lii us of ye
v t .. r i'.i n. mm h.-anl on tiieokl kileheu
TH OTHER SIDE.
tome of tlio JMiiy Industrtes Which S
lluve Tskeu Avar from Womeu.
Tiie whole femalesex have been depri
of the emtilovmeiits bv which tbey olice
earned money, and they lire simply Jm-
indled to rrowil into the poorest Iaiu
places now claimed by men.
venrsngii men would nave scorneu ioi
ilie liakimz. and tiie brewing, and the dan
dle making for communities. It was Jthe
work- which women had done from lime
immemorial, Hud as it was hard work ifiey
were cheerfully allowed to have the ole
right to it. In our grandmothers' daylwo
men were the butter and cheese makerls of
the worat. they were the jam and piifkle
and candy makers too, mid thespinnlug,
and the weaving, and the dyeing were djoue
by t hem.
The men would have resetite
prophecy that they would tnke a
industries from women, but tbtj
1 he butter and cheese making
country, and of all countries, ren
women's hands until inachiner
vented, and then the work b,'
isirtant enough for men to nn
What man would have used tii
and the ilistnlT? Now he cheerful
and weaves bv iiiacbinerv and eal
self a manufacturer.
Women were once the stocking kniUers
of the world, and the industry supported
thousands: now knitting is a io-t art,
while machinery turns out tho hosiery
of civili.ed countries. It is civilization
that has caused women to lie helpless and
dcpeiidetu, and. where the strain is great
est, to Is- desMTKte. What wonder is it
that they clamor for the places belli by
men when men have taken their employ
niunt away from them?' How long ago has
it lieeu since women molded all the can
dles Used' i
How many decades since they were the
exclusive lace makers and embroiderers
Now meu are lace manufacturers, and
women are robbed of their best means of
livelihood. Women once did all the work
or dry salters, of perfume making, 'of a
dozen other callings now closed to litem'.
A hundred years ago women were theamly
nurses and tuidwives in. the wor!d,Jand
men have crowded tbem out. of ihe- pecu
liarly feminine euiplormeuts, an whicb
they have not nihil as satisfacti.f It
Uiiira C. Hollo way in Drake's Alaji'
A Otieeu Sets tbe Fssblons.
Marie Antoinette had as much influence
upon the fashions of her time as anv
woman who ever lived. When she entered 1
fans in I . sue waved ner nana to a mil
liner one Mlle.fllert in -who made he fort-
Hue by it. This queen was one day Snak
ing lier toilet, when she discovered ome
peacock's feathers which hod been placed
ou her dressing tablu by accident, j Me
chanically she picked one up ami putilt io
her hair. The effect Was o pleusingjthat
she milled another. She culled for nor;
and on leaving her dressing room ulsCosV
ishe.1 every one hy the 'origimtllty of? ner-
bead dress, i he king admired, all Europe
applauded, and thus tin- custom of waiting
ti-atners spre.ul. ,-:
In lTT.'i she was one day dressed in
terial of brown lustring, when the kin ob
served, in a happy moment, that It looked
to him like Hens. Immediately the color
of fleas liecame fashionable, and such wan
the rage that the different shades betWeen
old and young tieas were separated, anil tbe
whole gamut of lieodom was ruu. Firia Jy
the vendors of silks presented a new tet of
samples to the queen, of a gray colotr, and
the king this time remarked of on that
it was the color of toe queen's hair. This
color quickly superseded all others, ajud in
order to get the exact shade some ojf her
majesty's hair was obtained through brib
ery and sent to (iobelins, Lyous and other
places where the silks were made. Clonk
and Suit lieview.
Advancement of Woman lu too Yuru.
If any creature on earth bus reason for
exultant. tcrfal.Leavenward rising thank
fulness it is the modern woman. Ne r in
all the world's history has she been free
from burdens, so exulted iu privileges aa
today. The Nineteenth centary is tbe era
of her coronation. Today she stands ipjeen
of herself and of the world. In the palm
iest days of tiie "good old times" tht only
woman who was allowed any privileges or
culture win the courtesan" The wife's
home was a prison, nnd .her hands alone
were of value.
Whether or not she hod any brains she
waa not permitted to discover; and this
has held substantially truethe world over,
until within the last one hundred years;
and the most convincing proof of this is
the character of the books of the best soci
ety. Von would not dare to read aluud in
mix.d society any ls,k of the last cent
ury, liooks were not made for w irnen;
and so whether tlu v were decent or not
was a small consideration.
Kven the old preachers indulged in
coarseness of language that would not
now Is; permitted in a political harangue.
Some of Martin Luther's sermons could
not lie read in a modern school. Swearing
in the drawing room and in the "best soci
ety" was no uncommon thingnitetyhrears
ago. Kven the ladies themselves noq rare
ly indulged in it. Mi not J. Savalre in
Thercisa peculiar offensive sulphufc-compound
culled mercaptun. A littlo off that
adniiiiitMvo.1 tn . i .,
' "o urisiuces Lae iu-
tensest meiancholv, tending almost
Ia the head
Is a constitutional
Disease, and requires
A constitutional remedy
1. ke Hood's barjasrilia.
"uicu Dunne n.
ry :t now.
"I'm in a niiinH.n
resolution " v
In the rtiiMii s
"cm. Thereuoit. "u..,
3f Or. Jones' hT'i nea rro
Homach ii " CUS, df Pepia,
troubles It u "TJ ,ni1
malarial Hl" " "u Hre tor j ,
druggists. ' rtlce-
wi moil 1oms Kjewuruieu
f ro voltaic .'h
their chsm.i 1 od
Voitaic Bslt rl"
I k I )"i".L,
f f-ut, I Were 4,1
F Vl an. I a, tTsftte-
von . ; I nor, ex- I
j auvunnrr mm.
judge "y-ilf p,eM"
"takes but ,;tiJ y ; .
urjory I. in
hit I V
' '.' ri ' - 1 " ' -
That Telegraph Pole.
"Struck a queer old fellow up country
said on s of the men who planted the poles
(or a n w telegraph company in this state.
"He :lrst cam across as aboat two miles
from I is house as be was driving home
from the village.
"Say" he, "Coming op my way with them
" 'WiO, don't yer tech the site along my
fence. Wouldn't have one 'er them poles
planted erloag side my primises for a hun
dred. Spile the looks of everything.'
"I told him that we wonld see about It,
and be rode away Swearing bloody mur
der. Well, we (rot op to bis farm late the
next day, sod if it wasn't a dirty mean
place tl en I'll eat a coil of wire. Blinds
off, barn caved In, old pung canted op in
the froi't yard oh, it gave mo a pain. Old
Particular was there in full war paint.
He cuned and blew and threatened when
we beg in to set a pole ia bis door yard.
But we went ahead with the biz and left
with fie earache. . The man said he'd
uever sleep till he'd chopped the old gal-lersdov-n,
and he wouldn't eat till he'd
used tho wood to cook his grub.
"I laughed when I drove down by that
bouse a few days ago, abont a year after
we plan ted tbe poles. It looked as though
old huff i had become pretty well reconciled
to 'that outrage
"His wife bad hitched a clothesliue on
to that Mle, and he bad used it for the cor
ker post of a shelter shed. Then on t'other
side be had uailed a cleat, and hung up a
bash scythe and mud boo. A calf aud a
big she p were hitched to it. He bad some
boards, some iron rods and bolts lying
near, an i as near as I could judge was get
ting rerdy to swing a gate on tbe much
enduring pole. Above all the other em
bellishneuts on the pole were two signs,
ShoTes foR Sale, and 'OrKtiOn on TeWs
daV "I called the kicker out of tbe tie up and
informed him that we should move the
pole, am i as I hurriedly drove away I heard
him stunting: 'Why, then, to gosh 't all
.'oos'lorji don' ye? It's been nn eyesore
evtr sen you stuck it in my door yard!' "
Ijewlsi ou Journal. :
The Phrenologist's Krror.
"To err is human,1 and even phrenolo
gists are human. One of them visited a
school resided over by a maiden lady a
few days ago, and expressed a desire to
examine the heads of some of the fair pu
pils and deliver a lecture Ut the others.
The principal was williug that her pupils
should bave the advantage of bearing a
scrientific discourse ou skullology, but ber
soul row np in revolt at tbe idea of a man
llngeriut; the crauiums of the ewe lamlw
she was berdiug. There was a struggle
between ber desire for the intellectual ad
vancement of the Iambs and her apprehen
sion for their moral welfaser She settled
the linitt T by telling the professorof phre
nology that he could examine the head of
a boy an 1 tell the girls what the knots
The professor accepted the uiiiemltneiit,
and the princiiml sent for one of tho Job
lot of sin til boys that were studying in no
'"Here is one of my boys, professor," said
tbe principal as tbe lad entered: "you may
The professor looked nl the youngster a
moment, then said admiringly: "This boy
has a line face and a noble head. He is the
image of his mother Is he your oldest,
The pri icipul cast a strong glare on the
professor, and replied icily
"I am i nurirried, sir."
The pn fessor t units I red in tbe face und
-begnnstnnimering out an excuse, but the
principal relieved liitti by saying that she
would prefer for htm to deliver his lecture
on unotiit r day.
r And tiwewe lamtrs never stnili-il till after
school. ? ieniphis Aprv.-il-Aval niche:
' A Soft Answer.
'""Aymtnzi newspuiier man, uhois soiiir
wtiat of a wanderer, found himself in
Wbitiuue county. .VO miles from bis Iihsc
of supplies, and "broke." In tbe midst of
his adversity he whs fortunate enough to
fitnl u rui'mer who wanteil a hand. Tbe
young man was put to work plowing fur
rows for j otnto planting. The horses were
not very Veil trained, and tbe driver was
far fruin Is'ing nn exceptional one. Asa
resnlt t he rows were not parallel In fact
they lookid as if they hail Isss-n made by
some uiou strolls spider, wlnvb hod iieen bv
an upheaval of nature partly buried iu tbe
sou,und V'boae terrific struggleu to exlri
rate nimsi if uuu left his xigzag leg prints
on the gn und.
lu the evening the fnuier hapjietieil
around tl at way, mid somewhat testily
criticised the wopiier-juwed upfieHraiiee of
the rows. The newspaper mun felt that
the time lor his departure was at hand.
but not wishing to capitulate without
protest, rupireu: I Know the row are
ratbercroi ked, but the sun was exceeding
ly hot tixlty and it warned them." The
answer turned away the farmer's wrath,
and, instei d of being discharged, the new
comer was given an easier aud uiucii pleas-
anter job, and is now the farmer's son in
law. Walla Walla Journal.
Trill, is; Books ly Their Odor.
A man w bo has bad a great deal to do
with book told of the way in which be
ktiew an K iglish from an American book.
"Tbe books, printed in Kiiglaod." he said.
"iu nearly every case huve a pleasanter
odor than those made here. The differ
ence is said to be largely due to the effect
of tbe sea n ir, but the kiud of paste, ink.
paper aud binding used probably has some
thing to do with it. There iu also a marked
difference it the smell of books printed in
this city. 1 would stake anything on my
ability to ri cognize any hook published by
a certain hi use In this city, merely by put
ting the vol nine ueur my uoae.
"Tbere uie other way of tellmg who the
publishers of a given book are besides
looking at t be title wge. Somehow every
firm gives certain churacterLstic huik to
every volurie which it issues, und a skilled
man can, in nine cases out of ten, merely
by looking it the binding and ut one ol
the luigus, toll from whose presses and
bindery a ork comes. This of course ap
plies ouly to the larger urnis uud to books
printed co uparaUvely receutly." New
Vork Tribune, -
liDtiou's Dluner iluur.
A maid oi honor at Versuilluu was once
ssked by Ljuis XIV what o'clock it was.
Her reply to the question was often after
ward quo till aa the very perfection of
compliment, "Whatever hour your ma-
jesty pleases." It has been reserved for a
London conspoudent, aud, of all London
corresponds nts, for that of The Leeds
Mercury, to rival this delicate flattery.
He announces that the future dinner hour
will be whatever the Prince of Wales
pleases, and that the prince's pleasure is
for 8. The news is reassuring. Our II n de
aiecle banqneting hours hare lately been
too much re tarried. The prince will serve
society if tie dinner hour is pushed for
ward. Pall Mall Gaaette.
'A London Novelist.
Mrs. E. Ljpn Linton, the novelist, lives
in the Queet Anne mansions, overlooking
si. jamesy jark, London. Here ahe has
charming rtoms that are always bright
with fbwerg and here she receives ade-
clrc.e of friends. Far from din
ing her age, Mrs. Linton makes ber
tirf lived in three reigns.
wiien refusal was n,.,
n why. y T'J
7"- i always
find that to adopt
iP a reasonable child.
who accepts J our nectSsarv refusal olthnnt
The origin of painting tip face dates so
" i) i involve in obscurity.
In all probability Eve did it. The Koman
iaaies used losmetics, of various kinds.
Ovid gives Soveral recipe. Pliny speaks
of a vine u d for the face, and Martial
says that Fab tla feared the ram because of
the chalk on her face.
An English suggestion to serve pineap
ples at dinner is to take one otrt In a solid
cone from the rind, which must be left in
tact. Tbe froitts then sliced and plied up
In iu natural ihape, with rind and crown
fitted on agait . This method considerably
aimplifiea the nerving of tbe frvlt.
Miss Braddoa, the English Duvelist, wbo
in private life s Mrs. Maxwell, u ckucribed
as tall, dare, earnest looking woman,
with peaked fa itnren and a complexion in
dicating long hours of work. She talks
wll. dresses e pensively and wears costly
Is to hW.
Dtafssss Ctnsot b Cared
by local applications, as the; cannot reach
the diseased portion of tbe Tear. .There
la only one way to cure deafness, and that
1 by constitutional remedies. Deafness
Is caused by en Inflamed condition of the
mucous lining of tbe Eustachian Tube.
When this tube gets inflamed too have a
rambling sound or imperfect bearing, and
when it is entirely closed, deafness Is the
result, and unless the Inflammation can
be taken out and this ti'be restored to its
normal condition, hearing will be de
stroyed forever; nine curi out of ten are
ceased by catarrh, which Is nothing but
an inflamed condition of the mnrous
We will give one hundred dollars for
any case of deafness (caused bv catarrh)
that we cannot cure by taking Hall's Ca
tarrh Cure. fVnd for circulars, free.
Sold by druggists, 75c
r. J. Chf.net & Co.. Toledo, O.
When a man tells vou thst he is uer-
fectly contented he means, in nine cases
out of ten, that after thinking the mat
ter all over he does not see how be can
get anything more.
Da Ton Cong k I
Pon'l delay. Take Kemu's Balsam, the
best cough cure. It will cure jour
coughs and colds. It will cure sains in
the chest. It will cure influenza and
bronchitis and all ilifcsses pertaining to
me nines Because it Is a pure balsam
Uold it to tbe light and see how clear and
thick it is. You will ace tbe excellent
effect after taking the first dose. Large
bottles SOa aod(l.
Piecimably Suckles Jerrv Simnon.
of Kansas, didn't get anything to spcaK
of in bis stocking.
Tbe question has been asked. "In what
respect are St. Patrick's pills better than
any othcrT" Try them. You will find
that they produce a pleasanter cathartic
enect. are more certain in their action
and that they not only pbvsic. but cleanse
the whole system and regulate the liver
ana Dowels. For sale at 25 cents per
oox by Harts ft Rahnscn, druggists.
Don't put too much trust in providence
Providence bas her arms full of fools si
IF YOU HAD & FKIIHD
About to visit mme Mrtinno country where mm -Urlsl
dlwnas.rlther In the form nfrhillssnd fever
or billons remittent wan psrtlc-ulBsly rife, what
would be sbont the brat advice yon conld riA'e
him? We will fell yon lo rany alone, or pro
cure on arriving, tbat pole; t meillsUial tab-guard.
Hosteller' Stomarh Hitters, knosn th:. nibont
plagued region, hrie aud In other innn'.ries, as
the surest meana of disarming the niinniitir
reonrge, and rohbhur it nt ii f b ilc.lrn. live In
fluence. Not only ihtes It fortlfv the PAtni hy
Increasing its Mamiiia. hiu overcomes Irregularity
of Uiiteseion. The liver nnd hmiel. ami ronn
teracialhe iiulsTuralile effect of nArrrrriion.
b Hilly and meiitu' exirHin e in r.mcli weather, or
xcnoalion loo scdantary or Inhoilnii.. In-. i an
p-Tlll and excessive tleneil'lie-". Tile filci-fen-of
aliiiirn'alion. biboll eetetoii ainl ileei have
in ll a wort Hiterfnl ami reliable suxilnuy.
should be displayed in buying medi
cine above all things. In selecting a
remedy for any disease, you should be
positive that it contains nothing inju
rious to the health. Many remedies
on the market leave the patient in a
much worse condition, than before
s s. s
Is purely vegetable, nnd jwrfectly
harmless; the most delicate child can
hake It with absolute safety. It contains
no mercury or minerals of any kind,
and yet It never fails to cure the dis
eases it is recommended for.
Book on Blood and Skin diseases free.
Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Os
"Sniiallon want, d" anil "lleli'- wants Incited
one week io the Dan v Ano n KKKK
For Sale. Kent. KKCtianpe aiid M iMcellaneooa
waoU inwCed one day at Ic per word: lliree
Uayatc per wcrd sltl one wk at i,c ier
NIPKLY FCKlSHr D ItOoM FOK T0
Kant emen at &J7 Twentieth atrret.
WANTED A umn;la Oeneral Mnnairer tor
thin city and vc-inity to imrudare l he 4'haiM.
Plan" of Acrident I nan ranee It romhinr all
the sdvan ua of the -'old line" ac the "mu
tual" ayaU'ma. Term, miwt liberal; aillrr-
W. D. CHAsK. Stec y, Ueiieva. N. V.
ATTORNEY AT LAW Office wliW. T. Ken
worthy, 176 ccMjd Ave una.
O flirt- fn Rork In laved
A TTORKKYR AT LAW,
NUtotuil Btuik BuildiDK, Hock l.Iatid, ill.
M. D. tWIt KIT. O. Ia. WALK BE.
SWEOEY k WALKER,
ATTORNEYS ANI COUNSELLOR AT LAW
Oac lu BttugtU-ot.' bhiok. Hock Inland, Hi.
McEMRY A McENlRY,
ATTORNEY'S AT LAW Loan money on good
MarUy, makeroliectloTim, llutaretr, Mitch
ell st Lyndu. butters. Offlee In hotuair block.
TIIE DAILY AKBLS.
FOR BALK EVKKY KVBNlNO at Cramvton's
Mbwi titand. Five cent iter copy.
DUS. liCTIlERFORI) k BUTLER,
GRADUATES OF TII K ONTARIO VKTKRNA
rf roltcvo, Veuirnarr Phvaieiaua anp Murirvona.
rm) Tlmlall'a Li wry atable; Keantance: Over
Aalra Bakery, market eqaare.
Teaohes iu atodenta a
trade ano then starts
them In railroad nervice.
Bend for rtrculara.
VALENTINE BROft .
13-ia jAaaMiviLXJi, Witt.
WM. 0. KULP, D, D, S.
OFFICE REMOVED TO
ma Sonic temple,
Rooms tfl.T7.SS and mi,
Tate Elevator. DAVENPORT. I A.
J. M. GASPARD,
Library Bnlldine, Davmport, Iowa. Call for
ttmatwa and weq work Iwfirre going in Chicago
saasa. - . sM assi .
H'l pOUrA tePrfSflfUJi Rlder Haggard.
X" I I - "ss-iTip-i Tf Tl
$200.00 and Upward
For sale, siicured on land worth from
three to fire timea the amount
of tbe loan.
Intern at 1 par cent aemi snnoally, eollacledand
lun iivas oi cuartpm.
E. VV. HUB8T,
Attornkt at "Law
Biiosas a sad Mseonlc Teaipla,
ROOK ISLAND, ILL.
The atideralffned invilea bhla for thj. ainrk nf
aterciModiae aanined to htm by Brayton at Cs
tuan. of Ki'vnold. lllinoia. conlatinv iMlfMlnal)v
of dry vood. croeerif. clotblne. iuou aad hm
ana auco otner mercnaauiae aa la nau-lly kept In
a country store I will alao receive bida for tbe
notes sad sccoaata or aaid firm.
Taims or sale -caab in hand.
ALPRED K. BCKSTBOM, Aatisnee.
January Ttb, A. 0. lswi. Keynolda. 111.
U R OF. Dl EFFEN BACH'S
SURE CU8C tor StMIMAL, SCSVOUS
I ai.d gmsAST TRCIiSLIS in YOtWfl,
I MIMlE-AfiCt ! SID MCS. NO
ST1MACN MES1CSTIQS, SO UNCtR
tlT.ly rHeflp ta. onl u.ra ia M Imi
astrlalaralarn auil Ivirtl. CSral.r Cm.
THE'PCRU ORUO CO..
eolaasta.fortlieO.8. 180 lt.tTnMHWUU,U.
Dr. S. E. UcCREARY
(Late of Cincinnati, Ohio.)
Has Permanently Located in
Ia the past eight mouth as has sure felly
trustee taon thaa
of ths nnat arvere character. Iliarperialtlrs ar:
.?ucb cues aa rheumatism, neural
gis, scrofula, asthma, catsnh, heart
dise. se, all kinks of nervous diseases,
eoih psy, chorea and nervous prostra
tion. In fact all chronic or long stand
Positively and Permanently Cured or
frfy'Lo of Mncaond, Seminal WesVaewu, ana
Krror of You In, nwitlveiy and srmauixtif
rv3rTo1ivvly so ease takes that rsi.tu b
iired. mrreKsdenra accuainanicd b 4C ta
stamp promptly anawered.
Ofllce MrCultoogV New Block.
W. Third Street, near Main,
FTATK OF ILLINOIS I
AOCK IhLsVUD COVlfTTs I
In the Cirewtt Oonrt tn ChsncT
Jithn PcsDia, awlminipinuorcQiD Uvitiij ntr .bnYo
f the erttste of Htti)t?y Uavrnport.n raed. r
the rtock lfl-Dd and Milan Mrrtt R.niwsy Com
uatty, i nine it. Moiinara. si. r . H'irino
Klinor llun-t, ivtvr Vnvm atnl J. O. M.-vie.
John 1'et'ta. adnittitpf rator mm tf-Umenirt an
iicxA frf the ttate of It.ilt-v lav. r.rwrt.
rrard, T-. the Knrk l)aml A Milfi Nrrr;
H-iUsiy t'omjwny, Krra Mkh.r, Jnhn A
htrWArt. Isiot' M. M otkrtiMr. h'lwin
KrmriT. Ixti Mriarr Vivd.-rifle VLVTtisu ussr-r,
KrosJi-r-' k C A. IetikinaDD, W.'h.ii. I . II
lttfma, IComh Wntr.lmisi-r Ttimi S hilvm,
I ihji V . Rckhart and John K. 1ou1dk,
lrorro lnwuintr, ht, Jitro'- lwnmir and
' bfMusi lKiutiiC, I'artnera nr., aa ! nittif
Ni-r tr p Iw rrhy fa,'!v.-n that h virtue of a
rrr of the ci nn it rotm In and for tl.f cbiity
Hork It4! nod in the Plate of Jihnot, rni4-rH m thr
aikove rtHl-l cautHrB nn the Tiiirtti-tb l:Htt dv
ol eiprcniher, A !-. I (hill oi Hi'urjuv. Kn
K.xib (rij Uy r IWrnnr, A. !., I, at tl.-?
hour of U-ti fl'i) oVkHk iu the forMttwn of aid
Iiit at thr north d(r ! the rourt hie in turn
my cr Kock ipland In aaM ronfitvof 1,'.- k Mn:d
H-il, 1-iinjeci to lite atumval of and r..i1niia'rQ
hf staid -irrutt court, at tmbltc a'jr'toti vi tb
iiUMiit "I'Mcr or hid.it re npo?i iiic trm lien-iu
artar and in aid uM-rte me iiitti-d. a-l tlif nil
way of nid d'-r-ndant the ho. k l-Utitl Jt ii
Mr.-et l.aiiway t'lmipaiiy, ajtld ralu. r.-Mlti.k'
inm inc cornrr oi nlh Htv.-t bihI t iii
avenue t caid city f Kork Nln'.it t.troii.h mud
alnnsE ll t-tn-fUi aud ivrmirs of , n
1-oMii at or iisr the amiherii linii rf
iiin e ov-r iia nn'ti or war mv.n in turr o-r
nnd a)on rrriaiii roailn and ii.'hi. to tti- tati
of N'tith It. k If I huo to ami ov.-r th- or d '- no
hy lh-wid cit" f ko- k r"'ija i-iiii:t.
Kim-IE nvt-r bet-n the town of S r na ih.
lmtiof Vtlmi, and tbt ucr uwr n .. -I"!!,; t-rin
ftrrii sin iuhit, irronntlf in i-ti sr -ity of
Mi Inn to itA tTUiitiu IIhti'Io mho Hi- ia-Ki.p lh:
Unurh fxtsjndin from th umn of s nr f.r
an!d to IIm hiirU ttnt on ih hhifT of ) k ntf
known a- Hl-k Haa'k'n Wt h T.iwfr. tot-ttier
iih all Mid railway rtmpaiy ribt of wy. rv..
itf. It-road-hi-d, l ra. ii, f:t irn k.
-)t4 tit-a. Iron, ti, t-n-ne aiwl :tti Hmmi--,
htirnN. motor, roliiine Mork. cant, horft-. in
cduia-rr. titotts, lupirniffite and b:on.'in r and m't
t-aid railway ciHnpatit prouertr. a.,iHiir aid
atirteiiatHrof every i-orL, kind an l d''f.-riiion
!!-- v-r now oetn.'lni; to atu nn d hy aid
defendant railway company, incl'i'linr th"- no
In (he posirviou or cntiro of f reii(W I1f.
Iierrfofftre apt :ittcd n-reivrr h-r in. and ; l much
which uihy hen-aft-T aiitl iTUr ! n. h a--mv Ik- ac
quired b btiii, uKt'ettinr; neeiiil mi fTronry
iM-lnnk'tniC t aaid mrfft railway vmt-ui.y imi ,it
l lie hands of an id receiver ami sul f.iu aa mi--arie
f nm or (frow out of ttic m-e f 1 ...
prorTTy tarid franrtit-ep. or uinv conn- to A tr
cfMinur prior to hi ourremienue -.-ea f d
railwny m prop rtr by aaol li- iT. - iiro.ij-n
together w ith ail the nehia, prvilet:- m-ii ftu
rloMra of Miihi d-ft'tilistit raiwa o:ujmiiy to
maintain and o-prar it- tii ratlwar aeu . arrv o.i
it huinewf. and to nmlntain and ojhtj . iim staiu
railway over, along, a n-e and throuci' Hie r.fi.
nlleya, ro d ati; m!lir ground- of ato -ii s.f
Jtot k Iwiand, aaid town of Mtlau and f.t t-wnhtp
of Noutb rlcx-k 1-1 and, and over an-1 a' -ntf tl.
aid bridkrei ipann ni: Kn1 nv r, and a.) other
rifhta, privilege and fratirbl-e what oeer le
! inking to or connected with tn- said raiiway com
pany; all of aaid raiiwav, pTvnve, proper .
rii;ht and prtviH-tfea heinic pitual'd n tto cjUiiIt
of Kock Inland af- reaala aaid mi f he i.j nitijrt
lievertheleaa toallliena lor Uxeor -imii ta,
general or upeeial, w bi. h may have nct rueU and re
main iht reonin'rtoauchrtale.
TEKNiS OK : ALL. Ten tbonaani f i,(i(-.
rtollar- in ca-a. dowo at the time of aul mIc, ata
the retnaind.-r upon tb apmal and ronlimiaihuu
of atarh vale hv aaid circuit ronrt.
Hated at hock l-lmt, lliiiMl4, thi Mh day of
Rcrrlverand Apertal Mater in hancerr.
The nale mentioned tn the above and f.irt-ir.tn
notice If hereof KlponJ to take piare iNiTuf
day the Hinh day of slanuary, A. L. at tl e
hour of t:n o'clock In the fore a ton of vidday ni
the place and on the terma meattoned in the
above and foretfoinc not t re.
Dated at Hock 1-land. Ilttnofm. this Sixth day
of Jrrr n.her, t . 1.
Receiver and Sierlal Maau r in Chancer?.
Eautrnf Tianirl Mmhrr, drrfSM il.
The amtrraiinied havinc ait n apiHHnicfi amlri.
iKlralnr. wlih ihr i.l aum li-d. of ll- -tt of
lialilrl Mitklu'r. ialr of tiie rouut nf ;im k li-iml.
Plate ol liiimiia. iler'atnl, btin-i'y tlt-a nolis
tbat br will BiKar btifiirf ibf roiintv court of
Kork lalanti rounly, at tlio olTIrr nf tlit rh rk ul
aaiU cnun, in ihr cut of Hrk llaml. at ibr
March U-rm. on Ihe flrvt Monilay Id .Van-b ivxi,
at wnlcb tlmr all prraona bavinc rlaima aualnt
aald oatale arc nottlird and rrqutwtfd to aiwnd
for tbe pnrnnw of bavins ihe asinc 1 iualml All
ptiraona Indebivd to aaid eatair arc rvquis.tcd to
n immrniin pmymvni to tne anaciia-iH-d.
Jlatl thtp Sib day .f Jannary, A. II. IUI
Ll TIIEK l. kllWAHIis. Adminta ran.r.
VMtb tbe Will annri.d.
Jotice to Plumbers.
talvd propnaal will hr rrrrivrd hv ihf Fire
and LlKbt conimitlra of tbt- cllv roouril of the
eliy of Kuck laiand, at thr cilv cicrk a ollrr, no-
ill S p. m. January lOih, ItWI. for the p'nmhinc of
ii un snumr nouu located at Klat lrou f.Dre.
riana and aprcificatioua can be arm on nir at
'UJ thTk'm office. The commitire n-fervon
nr rinni io reject an and all bida.
lly Oldurof Committee.
KOBKKT kUEHLEB. Ciiy Clerk.
January Tib. Ihui.
Has secured as Contributors
During the Ensuing
w. D. Eowells, R, Louis Stevenson
George Meredith. William Black.
A w4 T anM ITT n
auwvw vauft, vr . tiaras, xv-usstoti.
for the eniainx twelva months, will print more
news aad more pare literature of the hicheet
class sod hy the moat dlatingniahedof contempo
rary writers, than any periodical In the railed
Prioe 5o a Copy. By Mail $2 a Year.
Address THE BUN, New York.
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Fasscwo-noxa a Stsoialtt.
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way-sJrnot Vir-t avenue and hi I -areata et
HC lxatp Ktpreaa
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MOST D1RKCT HOCTE TO Til I
:East and South East.iz
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raaaengrr trains arnv. and 4-iart frofa L'aloa
Acrommodstion rra'n irava More lalatd S 45
p. m. arrive at I'eoria 2 ai a. m Leave Peoria
A. nut. iS'lJaAc iAccm.
Lv. hnrk I-land t am! 9.M 4.ii pa
Arr. Kcviuilil. .... 7 e aml'O .11 am! & iflj pm
fable IS atlj On ami 4 40 pm
Arrnm. a'iSAc. Arroea.
I.v. Cable a am It si pm 1 pm
Ar. Hevnol.l. tmaji 1 4. itm tm
Urn k Inland ; ii am ) pm 5.J pm
rtiair ear on Faat Kvtrea hrtarrea Kock lalaad
and liina In hoit, rtlrectMta
H. B. M IMAiVt , at fiTiiTHnorsE.
tiuia-nnu-adrat. Urn l TkL AreaL.
FAST M ML TRAIN w!ih Kleetnr Urbtrd rod
tlteam healed Yrtated tra-.n briar, n thl
Caifo. Miiaaukru. BU atilaml Siii.n apolia.
TKASOiNTIJvltni. R'H'Tt auk KUfrlc
inrbled and Meam heated V ri i bu icd trains. I
tareaa thlrairoanS tinmen t,ifl, tHuaba
Bt. fsal and the farmr loaat.
ORKAT NATIONAL HtilTE he'aieea fLIcaro
aanaaa -ily and M. Jtaxph, Mo.
DfajaULB F ROAft reachtnr all nnar
v iu iinnnu, m emi:n. mtnneaota. lw
atiaaonrl, South Dvkota and North Iiakota.
roraupa. time table, ratra of vnn aad
'rf ht, eic., apply to ihe nearest aiation arrtit
m uwimcagn, Miivraaaoe si. rani Kaiiaai.or
to any raiuroad aent any anere ia tar anrd.
KtXlWKLL MILL IK, A. V. Il.r ARI'BVrBH.
Oeaeral MaaaKer U-a'l Pa. 1 . Act
laVFor tnfnrmatios la rerrrenea to Land
Town. oamed by by tbe fb.r,-o. MUaauax
oi. raui ttaiiway t'oanpany. arriit to U. U Han
(en. Lead oootmiaaiooer M.laaukea. STtaroneis
CHAS. R. WIIZHLAN.
Undertaking and Embalmint;
Dlmtck Block, Ko. ith Su. F.ock lalaad.
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Pflel'y ellflr-i n....:"!!-! t ufUM.hd a aaa
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Protect Your Eyes.
MARI0W OPTICAL. CO'fl
Spectacles and Eye Glasses.
14 and IS Maiden Lane. St. T. Branch :Marloa.
Ind. For sals bvT 11. IbomaailnvxUi. Hock
in. t sea.
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CHA3. W. TEKBUnT. Mso.--
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Asercv for Excelsior Roofing Ccirp-ny
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Cnr.irm Tntu SniKi.M.
ar4 f.-cc rt alar.
tyarrraaor U .e-r A ni.tfr
ContrtActor Lincl lJuilcl
Shop Third aTe-nn. "vtuvni '.tnh a-l 1 1 ' It - Tr-".
(Frul H-a li : urn I )
sVA'.l kia.U Af Carprnter Wf.tk ard r-- ruT .l-m -i' n.tu
Second Hand Goods
Bay. ell aad trade aay ankle. a mx a'ty ma :
NV 1U S.s- '
W. Baker & Co.
frM vrlifc h tiie etcea of
nil has U-en remov'd. is
and it in Soluble.
are umsI in i: jm jiarjtiiin. It has
tiior fin Omt tiiiu tltt ttrmylh 'f
Coooa niixcl a illi Start h. Arrowroot
tr 8urpr, anJ i llion-fore fur tiinr.'
conoruica!, ma'.'nj is fAaa r.i-r r. f
o C"p. It I
at will as fur
Sold by Ci
W. BAKER I
HanaMyar raramMac all klada
lea wita Oaetanfa at S lull
t- i. MCHlNE SH0P
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win be soa.
NINTH ST. AND 7th AVE."
pn REMEMBER n7
UU " THE NAM C OF THAT J U
ui blau, iUKt IHRDAT. CAMKEJL
rrioa iua zzr..,.
Foe Sals by lameUsc Dnics-jsts.
Klisck Catarrt & totel Ptztij Ca.
DAVIS & CO,
' Steam Fitters.
Piv, Uraaa ra.Vitv
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DEAN STEAM PUVKS an.j
SIGHT FEED LUBRICA10KS
We ftrmmr i f ai' ...
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Hafety nesting D-oVt. j .....
faraishlK as l.iin, a vr. at ,
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AND GAS FITTEB.
-aud liaai en ii-
Wrougbt and Cf t Iron n l 1;.:
Ho, Parking, S-r anl Iia n "i
Steam anil Ga KixMna.
wk at fair rrics. I . f jt,
sad sbnp 219 l"'h H 1''ii -
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COMPI.KTK in a:.:.
P. raisJivim A.J."r
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is New at4
A. D. HUESiNG.
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HWTK Il?LAM I X
John Volk & Co.,
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ISSES PROMPTLY PAID.
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