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THE CAPTAIN'S- DREAM.
He talked snmewbat crazed, the captain
With his lingular rapt face; -
And bis eyas had a Strang luster.
Which was tb mult of Grace.
He araa Trry eafe for gior
Bat be dkla't aeem to care.
Said he wouldn't be contented
lr the wool world wasn't there.
For bla watchword was salvation.
And he seemed to nod a spark
Of a soul In every aliiner
Tboog-h they strovo to keep it dark.
Till one day, death's band upon him.
Ills fierce ardor seemed to break
Laid him low In the poor atllo
He bad lived In for our sake.
Came a nljrht when we stood watchln
Twe or three about klm thore
Suddenly be bid us bear him -.',
Just to breathe the cool night air.
6V wa took the dyinj' eaptala
To the window, moving' skw;
Per we feared bis heart would fall hint .
At the evil eight below. '
. y " -
For twaa drawing; on to mhtalRht, . a
The New Cut was at ita worst, '
Just n maze of drunken clamor,
Uod forsaken and at-cureed. ' ;
And the yellow lamps were flarinr
High, through that strange market plscew
But tbure fell another luster
On the captain wasted face.
Ay, and from the garret window,
As be looked into the town,
lie beheld am her city.
Where the stream of life ran down.
And he murmured, looking downward.
'In fine linen, clean and white.
Multitudes which none can number, "
And the Lord God m their light," ' ,
Andrew Lanj In Longman's Magajlna
How fur it is expofllent to convert a rail
way carriage intoadrewini; room is n ques
tion which would be quickly solved in the
negative in continental countries, where
KUards walk lilonst the footboard and col
lect tickets while the train is in motion.
Bat In KiiRliud a piutsenger who likes to
change bis attire in a first class compart
ment is, as a rule, pretty secure from in
terruption. At least so thought Mr. Bornaby Ch ack
er, as he alighted irom a hansom atPad
dioKton and rushed across the platform,
holding a railway rug and a carpet baK,
which contained a complete change of
raiment to wit, dress clothes. - -
Mr. Ch ticker had received an Invitation
to din at Windsor, with some friend of
influential position, but being a busy roan
he had not found time to dress at his office
in the city or nt his chambers nt the West
-. Knd. Stepping Into the train be slipped a
shilling into the bund of the guard and
"Keep this compartment; I want
dress." r :
"All rl:ht. sir." answered theptiard, and
the next moment the train started.
Mr. Cbuiier then unlocked his carpet
bug and drew out a clean shirt, with other
equipment necessary to liia bodily adorn
It must not be supposed that he did this
without reluctunce, for be was a great
stickler about all the proprieties of life.
He objected to seeing things out of season
If he bad caught Lis best friend changing
his pantaloons in a railway carriage be
would have thought meanly of him for
being of disorderly sab its, and so now be
judged himself with a candid severity for
not bavi ng better regojated b la own time.
"If an accident occurred." mused be, aa
be removed his coat and waistcoat, "I
wonder what would be thought of me for
oeing naif umlressed in a train?"
This reflection made him redden. He
wma shy, middle aged man, with large
red ears and a fat, florid face. The effect
01 pulling on his boots always sulfa sed bis
countenance with crimson, and it did
so now, insomuch taut, what with the
cok tnar came from physical exertion and
anas wnirn resulted from a troubled con
science, Mr. Jiarnaby Chucker looked truly
distressed. Having removed his boots, be
ueuuaea nimseir ot ms trousers. This was
a trying moment, for if an accident had
uappenou tneni ,
"Why. why. dear me!" I'Wnlntul t
Cbncker at this stage of bis cogitations
i uwk toe train no, it cannot be is
The train was stopplo? in effect !U,
Checker might have foreseen that it would
do, since bi? was not traveling by express;
but he bad lieen so enwrapped in his self
upnraiuing thought that he bad not even
noticed the first slackening of the engine's
He now found himself in the midst of a
very disreputable litter of clothes, aud
with no time to redress himself before the
He had to decide hastily whether he
would steam alongside Ealing platform in
his shirt sleeves or minus his pantaloons.
He chose wisely io huddling oil his coat,
which he buttoned up, wliile be covered
nis tower man with his railwny rug. This
done, he collected as many of his- belong-
"tp no coum into nis oag, kicked his
boots under a scut and tried to look digni
fied. The traiu bad come to a standstill now,
and guard opened the door of the car
riage lu which our'hero was sitting and
"There's room here", sir, for you and this
"Hi, guard:" exclaimed Mr. Chucker,
leaning out In horror, "you told me i
should have this compartment to myself."
Unfortunately for our modest friend the
guard to whom he hud given the shilling
was not the one appointed to travel with
the train. These iitUe mistakes often oc
cur and lead to unpleasant consequences.
The present guard anid bluntly:
"I can't give you a compartment to your
self unler you pay for it. sir. It's against
the rules. Here, madam, step In, please."
A lady who looked in very delicate health
got into the carriage and a gentleman with
her. Mr. Uarnauy Chucker felt ready to
swoon. Hi-fore he tould inform the guard
of his remtui-jss t . pay for a whole com
partment sooner than have his orivacv in
truded upon, the train lvas off atjain, and
iur. inui-iter km to reflecting how he
should elTcct his change of carriages at
Slough, now that nu was in no Ot state to
step on to a platform. The train in which
be traveled was m.t bound straight for
Windsor, but for B.rmin;;ham, and Mr.
Chucker wo:i!;l have to cliaiico at Slough
If he wishe-l to iliiin vith hU frir-nds that
Alas: a more urgent difficulty than that
involved in a charge of camatres soon pre
sented itself to hiiu, for no sooner bad the
train started than tlio lady who had just
stepped in beenn to moan and to shiver,
saying thr.t she folt cold all over. Her
husband sought to quiot her, but It was
all of no use, for s!io was really ill. Atlast
the poor man lrioid In dosoair at Mr.
Chucker, aud politely said: " .
"Excnsorae for taking a groat liberty.
!r, but would you bo so kind as to lend
my wife your razf Wo started la a hurry
lorgot to bring one. As it is not a
"M not mind
"Would you kindly lend this lady yonr
run-'" rrnvntol ih .i
"Hoo!" growled Mr. Chucker, in a voice
uaeaoenrs. It Cad Just occurred to him
that the safest way out of his difficulties
would be to sham being mail.
A Frenchman would have quietly beck
oned the gentleman to the other side of the
carriage and would have explained the di
lemma with a laugh.
Hut Englishmen are persons full of nice
ness, and .Mr. Chucker dared not confess to
a perfect stranger that he had no trousers
He repented "Hou!" two or three times
over, and Ids stratagem succeeded perfecu
ly, (or both bis fellow pussengers became
convinced that they were traveling with
The lady Is-g.-m to seream. Her nerves,
were sounstriiiigthnt they could not stand
this extra shock. And Mr. Chucker mads
things worse by the fixity with which he
stared at her. The gentleman armed him.
self with an umbrella to protect bis wife.
Mr. Chucker, fferlu; into the splritof
his part, caught frfm own umbrella and
brandished It. -
The travelers were in their attitude of
vigilance anil wnoc when the train once
more slackeu!? k;,.i and Hanwell was
7 ; reached. y
Instant ly the gent leni.-u, Jumped out on
the off side of t he li oe, so as not to pa Mr
Chucker. and helped ont his wife, whose
creams had by this timo given place to a
fit of shivering.
Mr. Chucker thought himself well rid of
hi mess, for tlio train would go on again,
and be should be able to complete bU dress
ing. By way of Insuring privacy tor Jhe
remainder of his journey be began by pull
Ing the carriage blinds down.
Alas! be was not to get off so easily.
Already there was a commotion oo the
PTte 'sband of tbe fainting lady had ex
plained matters to tbe station master; some
boiters and guards had overheard him,
and a rumor was circulated that there was
a lunatic on the train. Some passengers,
poking their heads outof the carnage win
dows, protested against traveling in tn
company of a man who might commit
some mad act-eet the tram on fire, throw
himself out, or emit awful noises. The
station master was obliged to pacify these
murmurs by striding toward tbe alleged
maniac's carriage. The all unconscious
Mr. Cbncker was rudely aroused by the
door being suddenly opened and a gruff
No; sir, what's the matter with you?
"Nothing's the the matter with me,"
summered Mr. Chucker. "What should
there ber" But, so saying, be bugged bis
robe closer to him with SvHullty look.
Would you mind stepping ont. sir?
"Why should ir My ticket isjor Wind
sor " ' ' ' '
"Change here for Windsor, sir," respond
ed the guard, who was quite convinced by
this time that he had a queer character to
deal with. : ' . t. '
"Well, man, since yon put me to it, l ve
no trousers on," confessed Mr. Chucker,
lowering his voice; whereupon the station
master echoed in amazement: : ' '
"No trousers!" ap the crowd behind
caught up the words, "No trousers!"
"He's throwed 'em out," suggested a
porter. -' '" '
"Perhaps he had none on when he got
into the traiu?" suggested the station
"Of course I bad, man. I've two pair
with me now. et me alone, that I may
put one on," faltered Mr. Chucker, intimi
dated and disgusted by the siiiht of so
many people staring at him.
But while be was speaking, some low
churl, seizing a corner of his rug, gave it a
twiu-b, and abruptly- exposal Mr. Chuck;
ler's dishabille to view.
There was a shout nt mingled Itinghter I
and dismay among t!i. passengers, some
of whom, being ladies, deemed it expedieut
"Out .you ciuite," roared the blushing
station master in a paroxysm of indigna
tion, and he clutched Mr. Chucker by the
"Well! but but let me d dress first,"
pleaded the vk-tin, as he felt nit only his
arms but his le--.i iu th grasp of differeut
bands. He made a short struggle, but
this did not improve his position, fur hi
resistance was aioril.L'il to the maniacal
outbreak, and emboldened Ms iiu'C'ressors
to drag him out of t!ir carriage feet, fore
most. He tumbled out in a lien, and was
then carried across the platform, kicking
and roaring in the sight of a hundred pairs
of astonished or amused eyes.
Oh!" exclaimed the young 1 lies as he
"Poor man!" cried some old ones.
"HU Fetch the police!" chorused some of
Ten minutes later, when Mr. Chucker
had been conveyed, under strong escort, to
tbe stat ion master's room, and bad been
suffered to don his pantaloons, be con
trived to get a bearing and to explain how
ail the trouble had arisen.
"Well, bnt why didn't you tell us this
before?" cried the nonplussed station mas
"Because yon wouldn't listen to me, yon
beast !" screamed Mr. Chucker.
"Well, yon've missed your train and
your dinner," said tho station master,
"and that'll be a lesson to you."
"Lesson of what?" asked Mr. Chucker,
"Lesson -why why lesson not to take
off one pair of breeches until you've put
me otner on, ana tost for decency's sake,
Birr answered the station master sternly.
formulating an axiom which sounded well.
though perhaps, like some other maxims
propounded by worldly philosophy, it was
not easy to follow. London Truth.
The Water Care.
A Vernon street man frequently starts
a Are iu bis back yard as a means of get
ting nu or run tush and leaves. As his
back yard adjoins the side of another
bouse, the smoke fills this, much to tbe
annoyance of tbe occupants. One morn
ing he started bis fire, and tbe smoke rose
gracefully and circulated through the
house, the mistress ot which opened tbe
window and said. "Good morning," at the
same time throwing a pailful of water
upon the flames. Before tbe man had time
to recover bis surprise the lady living uo-
stairs followed suit with another pail ot
water, ine oonare man Owl and didnt
renew the Ore. Springfield Homestead.
' Clrens Tactics In the School Boom.
The laziest boy in school is always closest
to tbe head of the procession when the cir
cus is in town. And In the procession of
life he gets there, too. This is not sold to
encourage laziness, but to suggest the put-
tine oi a tittio mere circus in our manner
oi teaching. Shippenaburij News.
Buckles That Buckle Nothing.
Buckles are admirable and useful thinra
as every hostler is aware, and they enter
mo preservation or much that would
without their secure srriD eo to tm.i
smash. But the feminine hn.-Ho h.
buckle. j f ornament, pore and simnle nom.
u wutuitT, especially when it gets into
the hollow of a woman's back, and has nn
excuse for being there. The other night at
the theatre my gaze was constantly dis
tracted fromthe stage by a hind-side-before
oncKie wnicn glared at me from the shape
ly back of a girl who sat across the anile.
Every time she leaned forward In hor
seat this long silver buckle, that apparent
ly fastened nothing, gleamed provokingly
in my line of vision, and each timn f t.
perieneed an nncannv sensarinn it
seemed as though the wearer's pretty head
bad been turned thewrono- was- n k
shoulders. It was ImnossiMo to n, i.
this front effect with her back Imir Rnt
the caprice to do whatever outnurea thn
canons of art is galloping through ourvwy
modern life, and it will not surprise me if
one of these days we are treated to the
spectacle of a pair of slippers worn for
shoulder knots. Cor. Boston Herald.
A Surprised Baboon.
A book recently issued in England, called
Home Life on an Ostrich Farm," by Mrs.
Martin, is filled with mauy anecdotes of
life iu South Africa. Mrs. Martin telia
this story ot Sarah, one of the pets on the
farm, a female baboon, which had been,
tame from infancy: "She dearly loved
sweets, which were often given to her
rapped up in a multitude of papers, one
Inside tbe other. It was amusing to watch
tbe patient and deliberate manner in which
he would unfold each paper in turn, tak
ing the greatest care never to tear one, and
proceeding with all the caution of a good
Mohammedan fearful of inadvertently in
juring a portion of tbe Koran.
"This time, instead of the expected tit
bit, a dead night adder was wrapped np
and presented. When she unfolded the In
most paper, and the snake slipped out,
n a horrid writhe, across her hand,
ah quietly sank backward and fainted
ty, her lips turning perfectly white. By
her hano-llKi b"l cJiaflnK
he was revived mr',
Vinegar I' Irs.
One day the cook of one of my friend.
"cr ""'e viuegur pies, and
declared, m appetizing description, that
lemon pus waa nothing to them " So
carefully following the direction of her
soldier lover, she made trw pastry, aud for
l"'l" prepares a paste more like
; "T" Vvf r ""uger than any
thing else, and llavotVd this whh vinegar
Th.. T ., Tu' '',eU "etween desire
thank when., ld7er werTain
ge.ted.-Mrs. Custer's Book sng-
Aa IHato.",t S,rt t.r Sign.'
C. II. I!u ley. of JBoston, has patented ,
llluniimiivii . . iiULea ,
gating thete o"r0:rr ni
Incndeacent lamps snpplj th( j!ht
thasign are ue,l L.1... ",ht wne
Umps ...pptv the HTuTt
nsedon hor, cara-Phdadelphia
Th klM. 1 ...
lected. Colds in tbe head nr. XK"
hrine on catarrh and I Z. "d anffle
Cream Balm cure. .T"r"BC"on8-
iectly safe and is easily anniieJ . P'
nostril.. It also Jd . the
cases yielding to It. toe
The first llirnm ! k i- -
Tlon't you forget It.
,""J- "VST, V. C
1 plied The Xn the subl
A gentleman . J
mind asked .nt-l
.In, aim boW in. 5
1VB NUV Imm Mt.
there were. Hie
ident I landly ref
von have a mind
"But how many u
the questioner. -
"Well. I have beard
Wnvne and Chicago i
Fin'nigan's Wife anil-C
Depew; "but really,'; i
raiiroa.! uicknasie- I
undertike to make one !
j-k.l.... .AII known Y;li
licitol to furnish tue'de i
but in each case iiiaUJHtj ij
subject was pletule-.l. ri
one of these gentlotv
name -Xiekel PlaU;' was I
York, Chtag and btt 1
William U. VamlfiiUv M
He was crumbling at t
nrt - remarked, '
road was niekel plat
nuir!i more." !
Failing to J Jtatfi all t'1
sired from: ru: f
quirer tui iieil bis ntiuv.
7. r.... I tlie nrtl"
tnsal)l funitionr.r free
rctuallv became lnrii,.-d
tf.i nai.i ireuiallv, "1 canfl,!
on mv own authority.
selves and I Ji" 'stove
we can ninke up a list.
' T1IE "ST-VK IXml
The "stove cotumittee.
tfce source of all railroaiM
whicli no mnroaii oiiiia;
directly reousible. T
oinmirtee" connected wij
It keeps watch of things,
and external policies, crii;
of the road, and passes
thrOllgU UCVIuua nui ti
"tins" of what isgoiug w
If an unnoDular office'
roail company is ahouprj
transferred to some posl I
the on he bus oocufSrl
gets his first ioformaliojiijl
mysterton "stove onns
splctious illustration jfhei
cited in tbe case of wb,5
who was deposed fcxtei
ibn CnUin Pacific,- ire
nective fate., which
ottice of The- 1'im.si
"stove comuiittei" met
nials from Mr. -Adams,
obliged to admit its con
But to return to the 1
names. The 'stove coi
up by the geuial general-
the following Hsu
Hie Four Tbe CI
Chicago aud St. Liiuh
Nickel Plase New V
St. lniU. . "
The Soo Minnei
Pault Ste. Marie.
Orleans and Te
Nj-pano New York,
Ohio.' . ;'V
sas City. .(.-
Clover beaf Toledo
sas City. .. .
Cotton Belt St.
lexas. - ' i
Blue Grass The Kentu
The Sunset Smthern
I he laiisulidateil i
Haven and Hartford.
Katie Missouri, Kans:
Big Sandy Gliubetl
t - '
and Big Sandy.
Tbe above list iucluJe
moat to use. In additiet
a very large 'number of'
the names of ralimnils wk
the railroad parlance ot Ihi
the Central, for the New Yj,f
Hudson River road; Wear,
New York. West Shore
for New Vork. ijj
and Western; Santa Fe, fo
peka nd Santa Fa; the '
Louis and San Francisco;. "4
mond and West Point T
Shore, for Lake Shore and I
ern; R. W. O., foe Route.
Ogdensburg, and the Plai
Savannah, Florida and
Charleston and Savannl
are many others that th
tee" could not remem
Tbe Buffalo and South',
at first abbreviated to hi
known locally as "Bnt
ter," and tbe B?r!wr
rOSil l fumfilrlv KlmL-aa
town." 1 ' f
Most of the nicknames at f
some peculiar feature or'i
railroad systems to whic t
tor instance, the "Big Ftu
a system formed by that)
tour roads viz., the Clnci
olis, St. Louis and Chicagi
uoiumnus, Cincinnati a
the Indianapolis "aflcrr5
Cain, incennes am
Maple Leaf is approi?
drawn around the variouT
tbe Chicago, St. Paul and if
outlines a maple leaf. Tbe
the Toledo, St. Louis aud
the same reason. ;
The Kentucky Central L
Urass because it runs th
grass region. Tbe Ones
describes the Cincinnati, N
lexas facilic. inasmuch
called the Queen City an
the Crescent City. TheNNyJ
Pennsylvania and Ohio, as X
1 he "aoo" takes its name
Ste. Marie, mid the Monon
it is the main junction on
lxiuisvilie. New Albany
New York Times, i :
A Quick Business ;Tm
A quick piece of foreign fl
Valley t in tha
action was achieved by the
JSational. A gentleman callel
afternoon and stated tbat ij
pay a bill in Paris of 80.04
cablegram was .sent at 4:30
correspondent in Paris, anil1
unio had opened the tollowi
tbat is, a few minutes after,
called and stated that he I
cablegram announcing tha
had been properly paid. 4
Several attemnta-asnr. i
struct au effective electric
uiacnine baat bow been i
appears to poaseas nni..r.
. . . . .
io oe eouatdered a tm,.tJ
auuuar in imuitxuttii
tricycle exmnj: iV
rtasaia to attain stweuask
nour. The motive SKjw
tery plaoed nadar the j2
will ran the vehicle r
charge, at uost (TTftv - J
Members of the tumaeV
nnd senate receive um
president and cabinet of
ae justices of the sup
except the chief justice,
The Slnrlo Baage:
universal suffrage mn
ways through the mon
"J tne influence of the
vidnals are mentioned
much aa aoo.ouo fr.n
chamber of deputies. Hi
came out or tbe coffers
three elections only
among; such conditio
equality. If we begin
be time to exclaim wit
ence. ye poor!"jui.
If ta a-
To try to cure est
see of themin'.
twwefoK, to ef
i tbe man
eches every r
lag the taint V
jnEtBOCg ISLAND A..na oa ,
OF THE NOSE.
to Them Are Ascribed Man, of the III.
ad ComplaiaU ot Childhood.
In no other department of mirgery has
more poeitm advancement been made
than in treating the mouth and nose. De
fects of speech, of breathing, of hearing,
as well as of smelling, tbat were formerly
sonaidered incurable, now easily yield to
the skillful treatment of the rbinologist.
&. very large proportion of cures of chronic
tarrh,.so called, are fonnd in t- exami
nation of the part of the throat and the
mstnares to be nothing more than the
necessary results of obstructive growths
the mucous membrane, these growths
lometimes completely plugging the nasal
isusagesand Eustachian tube of one side,
iJidtb us setting up a constant irritation
1 a both the nasal and aural membranes.
, Many children whose wbeezy breathing,
tanning noses, frequent coughing aud ear
aches are regarded by their parents as
tierely going through experiences neces
strily incident to childhood, aud which
ill be "outgrown" iu time, are suffering
torn disease of the nose that might be
e J red by a little surgery in a few weeks
a ad a lifetime of inconvenience, if not mia
e y, be averted.
In children it is by no means uncommon
ti i find soft tumors, adenoid growths, poly
p or vegetations in the front nasal space
tliat are the cause of many intirmities,
ventallyas well as physically. Dr. EK-la-iiB,ln
an excellent synopsis of rhinologtc
1 surgery, describee the effects of abnor
mal growths in striking terms, pointing,
for instance, to easily recognised anomalies
Hlce these: want of symmetry in the form
of the face, pinched nostrils, open month,
projecting teeth, arched palate, tnpid ex
pression, anaemic surface, drooping eye
Ik la, steuosis or narrowing of one or both
uislrils with constant catarrh and defect
ivi speaking, discbarge from tbe ears, lost,
of hearing, mental dulnesa, deformity of
th i chest, and so forth.
: if adenoid vegetations in tbe post nasal
sp ice are a prime cause of such evils in
ch Idren, it is full -time tbat physicians
generally gave close attention to them,
treating them early in their development
and not waiting until so far advanced that
tht lr removal must involve serious conse
quences. The idea of outgrowing these
sequels of a malady that if let alone will
persist in Its development is monstrously
abturd, and should stamp the physician
wh entertains it with fossil ism. We won
der how many children and young people
have lost their bearing, for instance, by
sue B ignorant counsel.
As to the removal of these troublesome
growths, it can be said that the procedure
is s mple, and may Is) undertaken by any
ph sician who has some capability in the
use of bis index finger or a curette. In
mot t children the growth is soft aud
easily detached by the finger nail, and re
moved in a few miontes, and If there lie
mm h bleediug a nose douche of warm salt
watr usually stops it.
W here tbe growth is excessive several
atta -ks may be necessary before all tbat
shot Id be removed can be taken out. Dr.
Beh-ens says be has found in most cases
that tbe little patient exerieuied so
much relief after the first operation that
be tsadily submitted to the succeeding.
As in other operations on the mucous i;ur
faoeti of the nose and throat, cocaine
muriate is serviceable in mitigating tbe
pain of the operation, tbe fear of which is
tbe chief bugbear in dealing with children.
In some of these cases, especially for polypi,
we tl ink that removal by tbe snare is de
sirable because in the dextrous hand this
method gives less discomfort, is cleaner
and I lore thorough. Phrenological Jour
nal. Not a Pupil, bat a Mater.
Depite"a nipping nnd an eager air,"
tbat i-eddened the noses and moistened tbe
eyes c f tbe loungers in City Hull p k that
aften oon, tbe bright sunshine ami green
grass hail a singularly summer like ap
pear ice, and when a well grown, wheezy,
green frog hopped from the foot of a tree
into t te full glare of public observation, a
farmer boy, "doing" the city for a day,
wonlt not have considered him greatly out
-of pla; but to the amy of bootblacks,
many of whom bad never seen a frog be
fore, I e w a curiosity of the first water.
Some of i hem said he tts a legged snake,
and others, who had read myi hological
literature with more seal than disoretiou,
were inclined to think that be was a very
young dragon. A sparrow policeman pro
tested that he was only a frog, and taking
him in his gloved hand, be announced hi
intention of dropping him Into tbe full
basin i f the fountain behiud the postoffice.
"He's a-going to drow n him!" yelled a
boy, ai d exclamations of pity and dismay
were h -Jrd on all sides.
Tbe i mlieeman was inexorable, and the
frog was plunged into the water. Merriiy
he swan around with the fine old fashion
ed breast stroke and strong rear kick of
his kin L while the crowd of boys looked at
him in ituepfled amazement.
"Some bloke's been teach in' that chap
to swin.l" said one of them at last.
"Well, why didn't be show bim th over
hand t. p while he was about it?" replied
"Perl aps," said an old man, "the frog
did tht teachin. We used to think so
when I was a boy; but that's a long time
It wn remark pregnant with reflec
tion, and as the frog heard ft he dived into
the cold re -esses of the basin and was seen
no more New York Sun.
te-"tlwvatlon" of Men.
r?Ue al teuiDt to elevate womn aa 1 u
-4le'aeetiout ly called, is no longer an experi
ment; out now is it about the attempt to
elevate inen by this roundabout proons?
Are the loeu of the day improving? Are
the politicians, for instance, any better;
do they read more; do tbey try to fit them
selves by study for legislative and execu
tive posit ions; are they any butter informed
on economic questions; are tbey more sen
sitive to it reputation for honorable deal
ing; are they more jealous for tire good
name of t be country iu such a matter, say,
aa the international copyright? And the
young nu n in offices, in shops, in business,
are they ling raised intellectually, or do
tbey shan- proportionally in tbe great move
ment for .he elevation of tbe other sex?
Every one can answer this question for
himself by a little observation of the ways
in which young men spend their leisure
time. Af as to the outward refinements
of"Mfe, n anners nnd dress? Even in the
Industrial walks of life, does the young
man dress with the neatness and becoming
ness that characterize the industrial young
lady of tht period? Are these triiles? It is
by the obxervation of the ordinary in th
conduct of men that tha philosopher esti
mates tbe drift of the age. In this, which
has been t riumpbantly called tbe woman's
age, one is forced occasionally to note what
is becomin ? of tbe other halt of the world.
Charles Dudley Warner in Harper'a.
t8 o'cltk the weather again changed
, wind allied from southwest to north
I. Loo z before it struck us we could
r in the distance a deep, sullen roar. I
Ined, and felt that it was no ordinal-
ft that wm coming upon us. Tbe top
were chose reefed, nnd everything was
do ready for toe onet.
tVJpnn witb such terrific' tor1
f. 1 ted to see every sail torn to'
lrvaflt mutely they were new am
n way nott
f--?,' "p. Jn. 17.-lreparatH,i
I tBwtnu tne resiaent owners oi i fl3n
a.- thtf. rlKl OI I).. Ajtnfnf nimaiin X 1
ha waves I Plie w ti.a ii.tHwli
as the a.iip r tne buji-;,iun(jed in th
temendous sea' K- 'iropietely swept
ver her. V
! Many of ibe p-VCugers were almost lie
ids themst Ives JCitn terror. The doors
heading on deck, were securely fastened,
and none lut those connecteu wnu
ship were al lowed outside. The piinscu"
would have swept ovcruou.
first sea tl . broke,'w !m.-. . . . ..
moS'.j a, t.l.t .nieon in'
---tinueo.:. l.vwck the stars ap-
i'outb's Co; npanioii
K liquid, nnd wciUotf aVa- .it.
Cream Bain ., wnicn ; - fi -- won)t
and If euuv uppue- ---- - fc
..unf ci srrh.old Uie.oeJl
l Troat the .Or,, np-
JpTte. are growing Pious
. u JuliaT'
' ,BSV-lwT me no old you are
honor." f i J80 .. ...So! Wel
aefl.. .itnl konOT. D' "
HZ'&ycl Wv!i.i,our age
'Save Me from My Friends."
ThU Ksying is commonly attributed tc
Voltaire, who at Feruey, when pestercs
by professions of insincere fnend-.hip.
said: 'I pray iod to deliver nx
from my fii.-u.K; will defend niys.II
from my enemiii." The thought, iiow
ever, is at-: rilmu-d by the French lo M:ir
shal Vili.u-s, while Kant ili-scovera it in an
Italian proverb, nnd a Cerman collectioo
of pnoveruml wisdom gives it in a modified
form. Aiitigouus, one of the generals ol
Alexander tne (ircat. offerel sacrifice that
the gods might protect him from bi
friends, nn.l ni t he mime time declaring b
could lock after bis enemies himself
Churchill has sutnet liing of the idea iu thi
Grently Iris fo.-a be Jm.l b-H im'-.T hi.; fet.ti.l-::
lie hurt tlio v.uml a-tiu lavi.Ii!' coeairds.
St.. luis Gioiie-lieniocrat.
A rrs.-tl.al Man.
"Say, Mr. Dentist," said a gaunt, raw
boned man from the haymaking district,
aa he enured a ilwn town dental estah
liiihment. "wiint uir yo.-.r charges fer doc
"Twenty-live cents f.r ailiuinistcrinu
gas. from fl..V) up for filling, and fifty
cents for extracting."
"I don't care fer all Hint rubbish. I
don't care fer your adminiat'rin', m-r youi
fillin', m-r your extractin'. What I waul
to know ia what it's goin' to cost to het
thin dod gasied throhbin' wisilini tewtb
jerkeil." Buffalo Express.
KAert of Old Ace on the llntln.
Uld age lejls upon tbe brain. It no longei
fills the skull, aud the vacant spaces are
filled with water. Its sulwtance becomis.
more compact und tough; in some rare
cases it rouili-nsts into a leatherlike sub-st.-mec,
ninLlhe in.-in is reiluce.1 to a condi
tion of iiiiix-y. Bat in nil cases mentality
is lessened. .Men like tiladstone seem t
be except ii in, l.ut sin h as lie an- horn for
a hundred years. Their old age com
later. Youth' Couipniiiou.
Nothing is a mora distressing
eight than to see a ttrong man
suffering with the Asthma. It
is, emphatically, a fight for life
This was the case with A. J
Boylan, the well known gTain
merchant in Peoria, 111. 'it
had Asthma for ' twenty five
years About haf the time he
was incapacitated for wok.
"When the attack came upon
him lie had to sit tip days and
nights in an arm chair and in
hale the fumes of faltpeter over
burning coals to octal n a min
ute's relief. Every slight eold
and every change of tempera
ture bronght on his malady.
He taw before him an unen
viable prospect of suffering all
his life, with no hope or tos
pect of reJier. Finally n of
his neighbors recommended him
to try Reed's German Couh
and Kidney Cure. He listened
Jn scornful incredulity. He had
tried everything and nothing
did him good; but after sitting
np to sights and lichtirtr lii
old enemy, who literally had
him by the throat, he tri-d a
bottle - To use his own words.
"It went to the spot at once."
Mr. Boylan took two teaspoon
fuls, and ia fifteen minutes he
did what he had net been able
to do before ioJifteen years, he
lav down and enjoyed a sweet
and refreshing sleep of twelve
houra' duration. Since then he
has not suffered from Asthma.
When he feels it coming on he
takes a dose of Reid'a German
Cough and Kidney Cure and is
a well man. Any sufferer frim
Asthma who will write to Mr.
A J Boylan, Peoria, 111., will
not only hare this statement en
dorsed by the gentleman him
self, but he will take pleasure
in making it still more em
phatic. To nse his own words,
"I would not be withoat Keid's
German Cough and Kidney
Cure for $500 a bottle If I could
not get it otherwise." This
great remedy is for sle by all
druggists, at 25c and 50s a bot
tle. Sylvan Remedy Co.,
Doa'tdaay . Take Kemp's Balsam, tbe
best cough cure. It will cure your
couebs and cnlds. It will cure paint in
tbe cbest. It will cure inOuenz and
bronchitis and all diseases pertaining to
the lungs because it It a. pure balsam.
Hold it to tb light and tee how clear and
thick It is. Tou will see the etcellent
effect after taking the first dose. Lsrge
bottles 50c and$l.
"I will bet tbat young woman's ter
ror holding ber own," wis remarked at
tbe reception. "What makes you think
ot" "I never law one ihow so much
Seafosss Cannet bo Cored
by local applications, as tbey cannot reach
the diseased portion of the year. There
is onlyone way to cure deafness, and tbat
is by constitutional remedite. Deaf nest
is caused by an inflamed condition of the
mucous lining of 'the Eustachian Tube.
When this tube gets inflamed you have a
rumbling sound or imperfect bearing, and
when it ii entirely closed, deafness is tbe
result, and unless tbe inflammation can
be taken out and this tf be restored to iu
normal condition, bearing will be de
stroyed forever; nine ctsea out of ten are
caused by catarrh, which is nothing but
an inflamed condition ot tbe mucous
We will give one hundred dollars for
any case of deafness (caused br catarrh)
that we cannot cure by taking nail's Ca
tarrh Cure. S-nd for circulars, free.
Sold by druggists, 75c.
F. J. Chekzt & Co, Toledo, O.
Mrs. Youngbusband: "Now that It is
tbe new year, John, I bope yon will be
able to say no; and, by tbe way. won't
xi let bs ve a little money T John (hero-
Tl... I . -
ji-ctlon. Dixon, the rUllCK. PfePaalion ifil
that it be referred to tbe
i . i . i i ITT
futeHT to -iKor; manhood
quicKiy i Trfia If von are
. L : i l .vaaetTllIU uu. . ...
and ueaiin. x - - .
thus aflltntea. we wu. j
.pplianc on. trial.
VOLTAIC w. -
Tbe joum man who wa
saved money by sending
express ois ij
it by man
i the ouriuit or tne gooa ttinRa oi
bia world w AnlUsipat too mucb; we
a. . IhA hOBfl fATIll BWCDkUCDB " a va "
.r.bTCleU2htful foretbousht ot
V , ... ki.Iiwii1 fmm tha uaa
them. inc. " ' """,,:: ', ".. .i
of Dr. Jonea' eo t-i , --n
.i.im. Tt cures dyspepsia, avnd all
... ' - - 1 Kl.l.l...
isvi.r. kuiner anu uu
IbUllllKWl -. . . . .
i. ii ia uertect Vltuc. mvvomxi,
iniuuiwi - - . .
bjood purifier, a "-r "
malarial ruamaeea.. '
,druggs. . ,
Vhe queation baa been asked. "Io what
reTpWare St. Patrick', pilto better than
JlL. Tn ihem. Too will And
tbat thef produce DteaAAntor "Utic
!". . Jl--. -rtin in tbelr action.
and that they not olJ r pby-ic. butenoa
ik. -ki. avatM and reffulata the Uer
d ialA. yor aale at 25 cent, per
hoi by Haru ch Bahnaeo, druggut.
Macbeth's " pearl top " and I
i i i- t
- jjcut yioas icunp-cnunneys
are made of tough glass that
costs four times as much as
common glass; and the work
on them costs a good deal
more than the work on com
mon chimneys, just as the
work or a dress is propor
tioned to cost of stuff.
The dealer is right in saying
lie can't afford to sell them at
the prices of common glass
And what will become of
his chimney trade if his chim
neys never break ? He is apt
to be wrong there. He can
afford to charge a fair price
and give new chimneys for all
that break in use.
I lave a talk with him.
ri:tbonr Crtv a. Maiubtsi Co.
buerdara Which Affect tae Kidaeys
Are aiDoti( tb motl (orauilable i&owa.
betea. Brunt's diaeaae. (raval aa ether com
plain u of lbs a riaary ovcaaa are aot erdteerii
cored Is acvere carta, bat tbey nay ba evertad
by timely aiedk-aiton. A aartal etiaa'eat at tbe
urinary glands baa ever be foend la Boatettar's
atomai h Cittera, a aaedldne which net or af
fords the requialta ailmalns vkn tkry tin oai
liiartlra. bat liu-reara their vlcnr and aeeettlva
powar. By Inrreaaiat tbe artiriy ot tbe kkdaeya
and bladder, tbla asrdiciiM baa Um addliiraal ef
f rt t xdwMbk tmm tbe blood UnpurHlea siblck
it I tbe prrallar oltra of ttose orraos to filial
rate and pi- off. The Kiiteri Is alao a parMrr
ard ireairiliviM.r of the aowvi. as lavuorait,
nf the vtnai.eh. and a mvu-bteaa rtmaey f.r bll
lwi.rw-a an.l frvar and airaa. It coqairraeta a
Irrnl.-rry lo prDiMnra d.-r.jr, ael taptaiDa aad
coaifona the a?eU and infirm.
Blood is tht. ki-r than aaur,
aad must be kepi pure to
Insure good health.
wurr'a Si-Ecmc is nat urea remedy
for this purpose.
It never to fails elimnate tlie iuipur
ties and buii.l up the p-m-rel hra'Jt,
There is only one Swift's Specific,
and there is notbinr; like it.
Be sure and eel tbe (,' nuice.
Trratis.- on iilood and Skin IisMhma
Tbe Smifl -pii-ific t o., Atlanta, Ga
PKO FSS IO ft" A.L CARDS.
J. X. IIEAKDSLLV,
k TTOK"EV AT LAW Offlra wltb J. T.
ilworlhy. I?m oeiMid Avenaa.
JAtKSON iv IllKM,
TTOKSEYS AT LAW. Oflir In Knrk NI
Suob; Bank Building, Knrk lalaod. lil
. n. swssksv. o.uwuiii.
SWI.'ENEY & W1LEEK,
TTORNKY8 AND IVVNMKLIXIRM AT LAW
OScf in Beni.-iini!-a r-lock. hvock Uland. l.i.
fliEMKY k arEXIRY,
ITTimNEVS AT I.AW-Loaa mrmrj Oft cnod
. V arcaniir.makarnilrrtiona, Hrfaraira. Mitch
ell A Lyn-le. Iukrr. Dfnea Is PokIoOc black.
FDR SAI.K RVKHY EVEM5G at Cramptona
hrmt Maud. Five recta per copy.
mis. KL'TIIEKFUKU A BITLEB,
fJRAPr ATES OP Til E OSTAKIO VSTBRNA
Irv rollf-e, Veirrnarr Pbynieiana anp tiarfeona.
onVei Ttn.tall'a Llvrry alahle; itealiiaoca : UVct
Aaura Bakery, markri iuara.
If II ft TltfC'C Teaches it aiad-si. a
rtaaa I Ilia. W traila aiel (bra Starts
thru ia rallroaii otivk,
Hetwl f. tT rin-iilaM
irirCDIPUV VALEVTINB MROa.
I LltDRArni l-lJaKSviu.s. Wia.
WM. 0. KULP.D. D.S.
OFFICE REMOVED TO
Hoomist, tT, tS aad .
Take rievator. DAVKNPCKT. I A.
1FJ REMEMBER Hi
JU is THE NAME OF THAT Li'
Tbat Cares CATARRH, KAY-FEVER. COLD In
the HEAD, SORE THROAT. CAKKER,
For Sale by leadinc Drucfitts.
FKXTaXX3 OSXT BT
Klinck Catarrh & Bronchia! RemedjCo.
2 JACKSON ST.. CHICAGO. IU-
PICAS CIA L-
1 sraa or
1200.00 and Upward
For sale, secured on land worth from
three to five time the amoact
uf tbe loan.
Intmrt ? per emt eml annually. eoUacled aad
remitted fraa of caarge.
E. W. HURST,
A TTOR1T1CY AT LAW
t and 4 If asonle Temple,
ROCS ISLAND, ILL
KaUte of Danirl Mnaber, deceaaed.
Tbe nndcmiimed bavnurbecn appointed admta
laumtor. wllb U will uimimI. of tne aetata of
uatiwi Mo.ner. late mf tne county of Jtock laland.
state of liltnoia. deceaaad, hereby rives aotlra
tbat he will appear before thaeooatv eonrt of
noc lataaa coanty, ax i
aid court. In the cut
Marek term, oa tbe drat
nse Kemp's Balsam.
At all droa
ra name or r rail "r 1 " T , will M
solved by mntualrol..enl. The bo. !
tnoriaed to eetllesil tlainia aeatnft or to reesa
au amonnte dae tb alawe nu.n host
4' I. BK"T.
Kock laland. 111.. 3.nnin- lt"'-
JOTIOm OF JJlSfiOLCTIOJi".
The co-parrnrr-hip fcerrmfori-
i uv uum.ii.ni rv in"--- ,
. Craba retltmg. Mr k . Jdallali' has brrn
aamitlrd a. a partner and me haalt" '
hereafter be eonriiieut ...,,t ti arm n'"- '
Pat'litaeaMalleUe. Tim nr Ann aaaumea
; ' ii A B.
40CK uiand. 111., Ju. , isui
The nwleraUrnad tnrltea bids f"f
V.H4.IUIIH . I 4 . . . . . M I
" w nim ny pm . .
man. of Keynolda, lllinole. eoneiminf P'1"-1
aad each other Bierrhaofllaa aaU ana lly" l',,u
a cobbut atom 1 will aim receive bid '
.itu ..-Connie ot eaio ana.
Taisas of aale - eaab la ha ml.
alphkd r. BcKaTuoir, Awim".
Jssoarv 7th, A. li. imi. iejBoia.. 1.
ASK TOUR GUOCKR FOB IT.
THE 1RATE1.ER.S fil'lUE.
Cuioauo. a lai.sMt fa-in.? maiu-
ay IVot rnrv.. Flfib awaae aad Tbmv
ar aim, f. II hke!i.. afrnL
' La.vs Antva
Coutortl blat.A MiBbaw
ta Uav tlHm
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aoMaruyray tt. . ... - am 'S as pa
aiorina Bir- ; I Mm la Mae
tttum. TJOpni "
Coan.il hi.B. A Oa.Kt ,,
10 K pa t M um
H-ng arfi. n.- t-ap. Dilly.
BUhUNl.TON Kilt 1 E-' H. A V RAIb
Drpit Pim avraae aad BixieeaiAov,
M J. l pane, ir ti.
THAI. ls.vs aamt a.
t.Xie kipra 7..... a e'u slta aai
Hi. Uai Kaiirraa T sea t pea
M. Paal Karre 4 pe. 1 um
evtpl.'nam Pi-wac-r i.n ii Mem
ay rrru-nt iWooeiuail )... . r. am I -m
' fMrtl ("ttiini h tof-eai
auri:n l aareLKrr ' m aa en pat
Onbu.io lut ia trllp
CHII AiHI I.U AI KKKA!T PAI'l. IIAIU
way K. 11 A .tl.w.lrra ll.V:..rtO
pntTweMtrlh -i na, 1 N-larrt Kirt and Mxood
IfWtf, K. It. W. Ili.'n-.a.-.r.l.
Mail ar r.ipr- . . . ...
rLS a-'ii6.ili..'i n...
Pt. Aw u.Nlsiion
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II. Km kwrll. A. l.i .
F.l Kill ElH.... .'
ia ':' pai
:xm I ' pa
man ll pat
4 UO a H i aai
MOST DIRECT ROCTC TO TBS
East aod South Eastzi
and KS tKiar.-.
S SU IM.I a 1 .n.
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v 1c lld at! I a-:..ai pm.
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4 ie pni ltt an-. . yxnimt. -U la ia
4 X W.10 Mao. I'r m.ri;,. . Ill M aa.
t if- pm 11 11 aa. .I..r.a Jeiaiaa.
b IV. pot 1 15 pn-. K'.n:iluti j a 1 aa.
II llrfu IVun .,.. -. '.1.1 ! ......
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H-aaii I Vltt'liui(
15 aai II . an. K...- I i pa.
liaa.I ta. pa. lMit,a..li jit.15 i.
a U am
..aiaaii I i.o n-. .. I 4 t.a.
1 BO am 10 V mi "
iKii.ti.n it i.a.
raannprr tra.ii arr.rt sad Ar pert firm laioa
Ie'ei.il S 45
y m. aniti H M.rta x mt a. m laira
T IS p. av mm H . k l-!and I -ie a. m
riihi aaAV; a.
Ar. wa. iH'ISAC lActt.m.
. Si ami a pi a 4 ' pat
7 i amu.'i -i am. 5 in pat
h 11 an. ill tt mi t pa
a-mb a'lSAr. arcaa7
Lv. Knrk I -Iwd . ..
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Oiaircarea P-t Iium artores kwk la.aad
and h"Tii la h"ta direct ia
H.t M HUutt , k PT1TKTIor.
. f oprnw.mJeat. irB'l TkL AroaU
J. M. BUFORD,
Vaa aad Fbm sad Thae-ctaa I
LOSSES PROMPTLY PAID.
R. R. TICKET
(Mraber AAencaa Ticket Braksra Am-ta)
Reduced Rates to all Poikts.
omel laAdaaaBxpraeeOaoa aader
CHAS. R. TrVHEELAN,
Undertaking and Embalming
Dtaick Block. So. (OS SMk 8V, Rack laiaaa.
J mT&M. jr4J
XttL AMD ERAlJi TREATMENT.
for rlrrtorla, rtfaV' Mta. .rlTlV Wk
f alrbsmajL, MsfSitsU lbr-pe-vrt. rwn VPV.4f vt Um bru.
tUutif tn Inamnlt" svad rraWUtr t-j astari ' vbu1
iirmtt.. lTvaiurv lil Ar1. amatranb,a. Lbm ! N"-r
I Bll Ivtr BAU. Involuriltar-a 1-JP rt,n. Kpam? tt mU'rt WTtl
i atavodi by crTajrnertuB. of 1 1 wmin, tmlk.M' r
wrm'uifen. Km h but eo taiat- am momt k ' irvaal
tfxfiit. tt tv host, or aUx lur 4t or Miifiu4.
lt far. BAtaSor fOT BbOXa Will Wat Br SJf
tniew-eUiU-o t rcfand ft -vv .n tKw ravt Bwrmi iamsis
run. tMBmSlOAks laMt-d smTHl m M I mM daJajaAwlt; O
BaVBTX A Bdlin9ta,
Xnrtit, Sot &r"t. eotnar Tbir vmmmm m4
taUotll trMi. mUKM Ail IU
Protect Your Eyes
" K A EION OPTICAL CO'fl .
Impfoved OyBtalHiod .
Spectacles and Eye Qlasses.
14 and M Mslilea Lae. ). T. Braacb:artao,
Iti.1. For asia by T H. Tbutaaa. Uraaxiai. Rack
l-IUKL ill. aep.
Tbe Great "renrh neaaedj for Ssppmakaa
LmIms Cee-Le Dec a PeHndlcal PUt. of farm,
Fnacot (narasteed to aerompliah all tbat hi
ceimedtor tnea. Tobe ami amaibly tortroaWea
pKuliar to woaea. Pall dtrertloas wttb ck
ti per box or three 'OX', for Si. Aaarli-aa
pill Co.. royally proprtetore. Mpeacer, Iowa. Tae
yrtjabMptU obtaiaedcif Uttokaden, aUaatraot.
Vk talaatUdapps Oa Lavaaport, aad ot all
f aaiMair.o abj
,vtararcliaiiaoiplrte llr of Tad
A. of Mr Irr AV.
ciia?. w. TErtmnY. m.t
IT. C. HOP.P F..
LOljEjfUt La rr
Agency for Excelsior Roofing Company
fytNl '.N .1, -.'3
l uiAi kk max 8Bi.LAa.
Bead forcirralar. iT i-l
fr'arrreanr look r A i- "
Contractor Lincl Onilci
Shop TLird avr-nne, btwrn Knit tnl Utli Btri-.
(Fr-i K .ln .1 in ! )
ksTAIt kinil.r.' Crp.-Btr stork an.l r pa.t .tur .1 Ha'ik'w tn-a fM,
, C. "W". JQlfTES- "
Second Hand Goods -
Bays, erl'a and trade aiyemcla. lwcg,w - j r.
N. 114 Sr ":.! Ann,.
Dr. s. e. Mccreary
(Laie of Clad ti nal). ObieJ
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