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'Tw the Manner la
'l,i:ted fact that severe
.bl sometime pre-
.J- .ind even u"1
1 number of
I'"" mHll'icl,die'1 RPPaI"
b,n f captivity- Bird
I U,;D. Ll succumbed to
H , 0r )r. Bas-si to resetu
.moiiS hiim:in beings as
-bwken heart" were
Z'c:n. Ucnerally there
ofS''""' ,,f liver, also
K. ',i;;.,.,:cr;iiiou of their
(,r p4 ;i.int h catarrhal
"!!'inic.il sv.iiptom were at
i .. ,'.'nri'ssinn.
iir:aS-, bv I'r B.ii is that
Wlwnce iiucrfcres with the
'""nf t'lie li-"" '" such M ,vay
' to the formation of toxic
,.,,;,r t.n thilt
., CiUl'IH"-'" , : !
,.i..m-e of the nctiou
.-illCt'.-i'l - .
. iilistances. such as
; V.. ti. ir met with in some
ra,L In support of this
r .i . CI, i la liua f Att ml
dea.I from acute
jtdtit Zenker found hemor
I .'y lie reit rs msu w duiuq
facts concert"" Nr0i"cm
,''.!..i, after friclit. He hores
ctsuiay induce ineaicai om
' ..t nrhers to stmlv both
I d anatomically this interesting
(..jaiiJsaway from home, there
i'iksto remember which may
Luut, in reality, they are im
I Ost Is not to attempt a long
. - .. Din.'. A mrtA
f valuer HU lliK-- -k M.w.w
. f'teen miles' distance, gives a
i, icd can lie made withont fa-
jailmate is oi ten none oytaic-
..t srakf neu '')' illness on a long
r:i perhaps, one or two changes
L and long wails at railway sta-
t 'ortciwlit or more is often spent
E; from tiie effects of the weary
tail the return strength made
lad uosering by overfatigue too
I ax's he saul that moving either
or cUdrea in very cold or wet
i much better avoided; it is of
irr ttan benefit. The soil, the
lit bou!, and the general ur
in to cheerfulness, quiet, etc.,
not of much moment to
.uiy people, who are only leav-
Lt (orrecreition, but when the oh
.i -tiuage i to regain lost health.
a.so must receive careful at-
UvoT tb Sntnnirrs Frecklca.
Ke one ounce of honey in half a
-11 v.a:cr. Squeeze Into this the
I -to ienintis and strain through a
cj. Ad I t i thus two ounces of
t,d one dram hitter almonds.
wamlvaud apply with a camel's
fttikThat Mark the rtiffemnca Be
m lutiiuitcjr and Familiarity.
ruon 'Intimacv versna FamiliiK.
liunun Harland says, in Honse-
it down to everyday particulars:
a unwarrantable familiarities is to
p uenus nouse without ringing her
1 uuicm jou jiave been especially
s rm and your friend may staud
1 this libertv. Th knn.k....
far between wbn in ih.i. i
PSls, Will ri'lt rnaanl kt.
: ' tn-nu. It argues an enormous
: self conceit on your part when
-7 tut you are considered so en-
f of tie family that yonr unan-
Drts'-Ti ; i -
. , uocr prove as an
F :rj llia,.t.s neighbors contract the
f';.ii:;tu in"tn.. r. , ...
t. , kr'wn, many ahousekeep-
f. '1 Biemakinn I A I-
..auivjjjve her handimt. l.r f
pu-.es in which to smooth her rum-
.ai,ce her soiled apron. Of
iriuNHiv 'u c t, t..-1...
Hiiauauu uiay see
-11 ue 3 hakiniF a.,,1 ,i ' i.
f , -I' ut.s WUI IIULUC1H.1U
.d ar-t,e that what is good
;, " "u " K,J"i enough for callers.
V, , .t occur to her that the
I ti-,1 T "ls wiiearessea
stlr" that the cooking cos-
. - '.'"ifce "Pon him the disa-
,t,!i!,!reskion it mi,.i,t i
"lio SeM l.. I ...
rlf- i , "siess once in this
Kuil '7lh""1,unl as hundreds of
of beholding her in company
Kte!l?mard In thU connection
of,l K your front door nnan-
lCocK. A owT " . "T.1
r'oron .u"."'mn8 ta.
a ti at V "uu,a oe bo completely
W&UMrert'"l dearest wiU
R' ta Load a Gun.
First, and a'wve all thi nm anil i
keep the muole turr.l away from your
person. Of course, while loading, your
piece will be grasped in the right hand,
and ought to make an angle of 45 dega.
with the grou id on which it rests.
Second, under whatever circumstances
you may be placed, never allow yourself to
be unduly ht rried or flurried while load
ing, or the most unfortunate results may
follow; no matter if a hundred ducks or
geese be coming straight at you; no mat
ter if both yoi r dogs be standing stiff as
pokers on se;arate bevies; no matter if a
grizzly bear b.i making for you. for so sure
as you do you will make some fatal -blun
der and render your gun useless. Yon
will either stove in a wad before the pow
der, pour in the shot first, or mayhap put
both loads in:o one barrel, under either of
which contingencies the ducks and geese
would pass mharmed, the covies disap
pear, the griz:sly dine off of you or the gun
burst and bio v your brains out.
Keep cool, tuen, by all means, and if you
have not used your gun lately, explode a
cap on the t ipples to see that they are
clear, then put a charge of powder into
either barrel, ramming down the wad
briskly upon the powder; then put a
charge of shot into your right hand bar
rel, ramming dowu the wad upon it, and
leaving the rod in the barrel, and after
puttiug a ch irge into the second barrel
ram it down, the object of leaving the
rod in the one barrel while you are charg
ing the"other being to render it impossible
to put in a double charge, which beginners
are apt to do, and which is sometimes at
tended with dangerous, and always with
disagreeable, consequences. Xew York
Molly and the Docking Stool.
There 1.4 A t.rndifirtn f . . i.:
, scold, whose obstinate disposition defied
I I. A A .. 1- . ,
After the fii-st "sousing in the village
horse pond her husband exclaimed,
"Molly! Molly! Woot the promise I never
to scold at I aj. ainf'i
As soon as Molly recovered her breath,
she replied in a thundering voice" of mo
roseness, "Ho, I won't doo nothing o' th'
Molly had another souse, and the hus
band met with the same acrimonious re
sponse to his nxioua interrogations. The
Housing was repeated, but Molly continued
to be obdurate and contumacious.
"You may drown 1," shouted Molly;
"but I wool never give in."
They did ni t run the risk of drowning
Molly, but re eased her, for the husband
was convince 1 that she would "rather
drown than refuse to wag her red rag at
tin" whenever she felt inclined to do so. It
did not cure Holly. She became as great
a scold as ever she had been before her pub
lic "sousing." Some years after that criti
cal punishme-it, the lord of Manor met
John at a court leet, and inquired, "Well,
John, how does Molly get on now with her
"Oh, squire, her be pretty nearly cured
"Did the ducking stool do that busi
ness?" "Oh, no; I It t her jaw on as long as her
liked. I ged tier no back answers. I zot
quiet and bio ved me bacca, and her soon
dropt her scolding, and be now as good a
woman as they be made!" National lie
view. Man Is Boa 'id to Be a Fool at Time.
Is love in and of itself silly? I am quite
sure you will xay that the underlying prin
ciple is a very wise one and very noble.
But how imi tensely funny much loving
is; how illogical; and really a little off.
The world mi.kes fun of love and lovers,
but never has an idea of abolishing it. nr
reforming away from it. A misanthrope
is a miserable fellow. We know he, too, is
off his balance. So you see that not to love
is proof of a lack of common sense; and
really very litt le common sense is shown
in the spoony period. The reason is that
we can not be expected always to be reason
able beings. Heason is something we can
make good nsc of a part of each day, and
only a part of each year besides there are
fool periods in life that no one quite
I know a mi.n who boasted that he had
never fallen i l love, that he could govern
himself in his emotions as practically as in
his eating; he didn't "allow his affections
to rnn away with him." On which the
oldest woman in the room replied: "What
a fool you are! You have lost half the fun
of living trying to avoid its troubles.
What you've gained in one direction you've
lost in another." I will not undertake to
say who was right; only the woman told
the truth. St. Louis Globe-Democrat.
THE 1BATLB8 UCIDK.
lffir?U "Tour opinion
it: h;!. . anl right that von ahonld
,r vice i. ""'gobylsthatunlea.
i ot of th. u te not wanted.
Fsrethaf ""'Problem. In ho-
L . vnat on. mU j i
f"0? icat. i 7. ulu uer own ac-
take uT"' J" 0ther
'M:! . LUp0D,herel' " onerous
F;,!1 In mat?. , 8 ber nnsolicited
1 It b . h,?: wklco lo not concern
lk ont eR,,le task, and a very
c':;o" of hn'i- mmon coPPeraa add
r titer . , Water; wnen U
srwh.:.i"ia'd into the sink or
I5""! tht qulre,L u noW be
:3uld1). t.Copper,u,, PoUonous,
W!?1 Properly labeled and
! t ThBroregoing 1.
known. be8t "nd cbeapeet
Canae of Blue Sky.
The interesting discovery that oxygen in
its liquid Bta e is blue has been made by
M. Olszewski. To obtain this appearance
it is only necessary to have a sufficient
quantity of th-i liquid to form a layer about
a twenty-fifth of an inch in thickness.
This blue color is precisely that of the sky.
This is significant. The thought will at
once occur thi.t the blueness of the sky is
due to the intrinsic color of the oxygen of
the atmospbeie, for.it is reasonable to sup
pose that, thoi igh the atmosphere does only
contain oxygen in its gaseous form, the
layer of the many miles in thickness
through which we gaze may manifest the
color which rightly belongs to oxygen, and
is shown in the liquid state of that gas in
a layer of only one-twenty-fifth of an inch
in thickness. New York Recorder.
Some Honaetaold Saperstltlona.
The gift of a knife cuts friendship; in
handing a needle the eye and not the point
must be exten Jed. The dropping of a dish
cloth betokentt a visitor, and he or she will
be an entire stranger should a cock crow
in the door war. It is unlucky to cut the
nails on Friday, although the Arabians, on
the contrary, religiously observe that day
for the purpote. If you sing before break
fast you will ry before supper, and if yon
stumble up stairs you will not be married
during the yeiir. Putting on the left shoe
first is regard id as an omen of ill. Au
gustus Csssar put his left sandal on before
his right one und nearly lost his life the
same day in a mutiny. That had nothing
to do with it, of course, and Butler, in his
"Hndibras," t cores him for the silly no
tion. Pbiladt lphia Ledger.
Kii Gentle Betort.
A zealous be or once remonstrated with a
n.kn.in "Vnn rfnn't. llieve in the true
' God," he said. The Brahmin shrugged his
!,),niiMi "Vm-v likelv." he answered;
"but if my God couldn't make a better
gentleman thin your God has made I
would exchan e him for a black dog."
Ban Francisco Argonaut.
A Pair of Or is Kill Forty Mice a Bay.
The barn ow L when she is young, brings
to her nest a mouse about every twelve
minutes, and as she is actively employed .
both at evening and dawn and as male and
female hunt, f jrty mice a day is the lowest
computation vre can make. Manchester
A DeUclou. and Healthful Confection I
THE PUREST AND BEST CUM
VCR OMIKID TO THI PUBLICI
ITS MEDICINAL PROPERTIES ARE INVALUABLE!
SOEE THROAT, COUGHS AND COLDS,
AKD IS HIGHLY BENEFICIAL TO DYSPEPTICS.
It whitens the teeth and sweetens the breath, im
parts a pleasant taste to the mouth, and an agree
able feeling to the stomach.
Bore's Choc-To Gum is the best, try it once, and
veu will use no other afterwards. If any dealer
you ask for it. has not got it. take no other, but no
somewhere else. You will find all progressive
dealers have it, that is (he class of dealers to pat
ronize always for anything you want.
CHEW BORC'S CHOC-TO CUM,
69 . 61 S. CANAL ST., - CHICAGO, ILL
riartr & Bsbnsen, Wholesale Agents for Rock
T VftigiUjlUilUJUjWijiuiimOjqijlri PC- S:i l--- -
i g. o. fraterT ! sk?r-:
C. O. D.
221 and 223
Al. Laundry Work done on abort notice.
A specialty of Dress Skirts.
Prices as Low as the Lowest.
No. 1724 THIRD AVE.
A. M. & I J. PARKER,
tVFirst-clasa work and special attection to
RING C8 TJP,
Telephone No. 1214
For sale by all first-class Grocery dealers.
f AGENCY Jbr
i A pamp'ilet of information and ab-
iVitracto ' tbe laws, anowing Iiow to
Obtain 1-atenta, t areals. Traded
V.ataraa, ixrmirnia, m Jr-A
Km Terk. .
' W. C. MUCKER,
. Earing purchased the
rmpeitj which be baa had refitted for the to
Ul easiness, ! bow prepared to accom
modata transient guests.
Dav and Regular Boarding
at very reasonable prices.
He Is also engaged is tbe
at the sameplaoa with a choice lot of Grocerla
Farm produce a spec laity.
C ..,R?K ISLAND PACIriC KAIL-
. w.7Tpot eorae' Flrtk aTenne and ThlrtT
ttrt street. Frank H. Plnmmer. agen
TRAINS. tLflATa. tARBiva.
Coancil aiuffa Minneao-1 ZTZ
taDayExpres 'S5am lKXIani
Wavhington Kxpresa 8 :98 Dm M -UK nm
Council Bluffs AMmnesoH i Tt P
UBxpress i 70pm 7.-06 am
OonncU Bluffs A Denver I
Limited Vestibule Jtx.. f a-Bam :W am
Kansas City Limited eiO-BSnm 4-Mam
AUanttcAcTOmmodatton.... 8-30 am thi pm
tOotngweat. tQoIng east. Daay. ''
T5CKLINOTON ROCTK-C B. Q, RAIL
LJ. YonTenf,"" "nne ad SUUentn
TRAINS. ' lbatb. xnarr.
ff.'f Bxpres. 8.48 am 8: am
If" pJSi ipre" T :35 pm 7 : 18 pm
8U Pani Expresi B: pm 7:B6 am
Beardstown Paeaenjrer 8:58pm 10:35am
WayFretKht(Monmonth)... :! l:bOpm
SSiW" 8terUnS IS :26 pm 10:10 am
Sterllni? Pansengcr 10 km 6 -48 pm
Unbnqne " 10:3B an. 9:03 pm
HICAGO, MILWACKKE ST. PAUL RAIL
way Racine A Honthwestern Division De
pot Twentieth street, between First and Second
avenne, E. D. W. Holmes, agent.
Mail and Kxpres :45an 9:00pin
SVI4 Kxp,r;,V 8:15pm U-.85am
rt. Accommodation :00pa 10 10am
Pt. A Aerorrmodation 7 :88 ar :lnpta
OCK ISLAND PEORIA RAIL WAT D B
pot First avenue and Twentieth atreet. F
H. Rockwell, Agent.
THAINS. Lbatb. jAanrvB.
Fast Mail Express 8:10 am! 7:80 pm
Bipress 2:)pm 1:80 pm
Cable Accommodation 9:10 am 8:00 pm
4:00 pmi 8:06 am
MOST DIRECT ROUTE TO THE
East, South and Southeast.
.F'.t S'. Fjt.
Lv. itock 1b ano 8:10am 8-aOtm
Ar. Oriun 8:olani S:04im
Cam-ridge 9:15am 3:27 pm
g."'T V 9:44 am 3 57 pm
Wyomins 10:30 am 4 85 pm
Prlrceville 10 :89 am 4 :57 pm
Peoria 1:125 am 5:55 pm
Blcomington 1:15 pm 9:15 pm
Sprtngfieid 3:45 im 4:30 pm
Jacksonville 4-00 pm 18-05 n't
Decatur 3 :50 pm 10 :00 pm
Danville 8:50 pm 1:10 n't
Indianapolis 6:35 pm 8:15 am
Terr Haute 7:io pm 10:00 am
. Evans ille 1:20am 7:85am
ft. louls 8:00 pm 7:00am
Cincinna'i 10:00pm 7:00 am
Lv.Peoria 110:15am; 4:10pm
Ar. Rock Island 1:80 pm 7:80pm
Accommodation trains leave Rork Is'and at
6:00a. m. and 8 45 p. m; arrive at Peoria S:45 p.
m. and t :30 a m. leave Peojia :C0 a. m. -and
7:15 p. m; arrive Rock Island 4:00 p. m and S:06
All trains rnn daily exrept Sunday.
All passe ger trains strive and depart Union
Free Cbaircaron Fast Express tetneen Rock
Islond and Peoria, both directions.
Throngh tickets to all points; baggage coecked
through to destination.
Lv. Rock Island.
Arr. Reynolds ...
" I Rock Island.
t.M am 18-' Opm
7.00 am t 1.45 pm
7 55 ml 8 00 vm
. B. SUDLOW,
GenU Tkt. Agent.
0NACQUAIMTE0 WITH THE QEOMIPHY OF THIS COUHTItT Wit OCT AM
MUCH VM.UUU INFMMATIOS FROV A STUDY OF THIS MU OF THE
Oiicap, Boct Islani & Pacific By,
The Direct Route to and from Chicago, Jollet, Ottawa,
Peoria, La Salle, Moline, Rock Island, In ILLINOIS;
Daren port, Muscatine, Ottnmwa, Gskaloosa, Dei
Matnes, Wlntersct, Audubon, Harlan and Council
Bluffs, In IOWA; Minneapolis and St. Panl, In MIN
NESOTA; Watertown and Sioux Falls, In DAKOTA;
Cameron, St. Joseph and Kansas City, In MISSOURI;
Omaha, Lincoln, Fairbury and Nelson, In NEBRASKA ;
Atchison, Leavenworth, Horton, Tepeka, Hutchinson.
Wichita, Bell.TllIe, Abilene, Doilge City, Caldwell, In
KANSAS; Kingfisher, El Reno and JJlnco, In INDIAN
TERRITORY; Denver, Colorado Springs and Pueblo.
In COLORADO. TraTerses new anas of ricb farming
and fraxinf lands, anbrdlng to. best facilities of Inter,
communication to all towns and cities east and west,
northwest and southwest of Chicago and to Pacific and
VXSTXSULI EXPRESS TRAINS
Leading all competitors te splendor of equipment,
between CHICAGO and DE3 MOINES, COUNCIL
BLUFFS and OMAHA, and between CHICAGO and
DENVER. COLORADO SPRINGS and PUEBLO, via
KANSAS CTTT and TOPEKA and Tla BT. JOSEPH.
Flrst-Class Day Coaches, FREE RECLINING CHAIR
CABS, and Palace Sleepers, with Dining Car Berrien,
Close connsctlons at Denrar and Colorado Springs wits,
dlTsrglng railway Unas, now forming tba m
TRANS-ROCKY MOUNTAIN ROUTS
Orer which aaperbly-sxralpped trains ma dally
THROUGH WITHOUT CHANGE to and from Salt
LaksCtty, Ogdea and Baa Fwnclsco. THE BOCK
ISLAND Is also th. Direct ana Favorite Una to and
from Manltoa, Pike's Peak and all other sanitary and
scenic resorts and dues and mining districts in Colorado,
DAILY FAST EXPRESS TRAINS
From St Joseph and Kansas City to and from all Im
portant towns, cities and sections In Southern Nebraska,
Kansas and ths Indian Territory. Also via ALBERT
LEA ROUTE from Kansas City and Chicago to Water-
town. Bioux Falls, MINNEAPOLIS and BT. PAUL.
comiectiongmraU points north and northwest between
tns lakes and the Pacific Coast.
For Tickets, Maps, Folders, or desired Information
apply to any Coupon Ticket Office in the United States
or utnada, or address
E. ST. JOH N, JOHN SEBASTIAN,
WSM Manager, GealTkt,
CHTCif Q. t.
I am laden vilh freigb
To &nds across
I carry sweet dope
As a c&riTo
zL clear as can be.
fA Glaus Stjp
Ma.de only by
KK.?AmfifKk Go. Chicagol
ASK YOUR GROCER FOR IT
Sncceeeor to Adameon & Rtaick,
Hock Island, 111.
Shop Nineteenth St., bet. First and Second Avenue,
General Jobbing and Repairing promptly done.
J5g78econd Hand Machinery bought, sold and repaired.
H. SIEMON & SON,
tores and Tinware.
IFTTIIVCIrPS. nSTJIXiS, &0.
Baxter Banner Cooking; and Heating Stoves and the Genes eo Cooking 8 tores.
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Work.
1508 SECOND AVE., ROCK ISLA.ND, ILIu
CT. JUL. CHRISTY,
Steam Cracker Bakery,
MtAWUTkOrnXM Or CXAOXXXI UrO EXSClTITt.
Aak yonr Grooer for thera. Taey m
sW.amaisst T Omrhrty "OTtTM" sad tns Carktty "If ATE B,"
BOOK LSLA1TO, rLdV
SEIVERS fc ANDERSON,
Contractors and Bu.ild.ero,
ALL KXHDS OI OABPXsTTXB ' WORK Don,
asi Bssart awfloa aa4 Mglsxaexloa ssvamtsaa.
OAoa sad KVofi 141 Tonrtk AraatM,
Fall and Winter Stock
OF GOODS BECEIVJID BT
HOPPE: The Tailor.
tCaU And Examine.
Open for the Season,
(Moline Avenue) Joe Hubert Gardeil,
A magnificent place for picnics, parties, etc.
' NICOLAI aJUHIj,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
Shop corner Twenty-second street and Ninth arenas. Restdenca 89SS '
tans prepared to make estimates and do til kinds of earpentet work. Giro bim a triai.
Proprietor of the Brady Street .
AU kinds of Cut Flowers constantly on band.
Green Houses- Flower Store
mie Diock north or central park, the largest In la. sot Brady Street, Davenport,!
C. J. W. SCHREINEB.
Contractor and Builder,
1121 and 1138 Fourth aTenne. Residence lilt Fourth aTenne.
Plans and specifications furnished on all classes of work ; also agent of Willer's Patent taaMe
t Sliding Blinds, something new, stylish and desirable.
BOCK ISLAND, ILL.
GEORGE SOIAFER, Proprietor.
1601 Second Arenae, Corset of Sixteenth Etree . OpposMe Harper's Tbeatra.
The choicest Wines, Liquors, Beer and Cifrars always on Hand
reeLnpchlreryDay . todwirJie lrnlahedOB gbo tBoaaw