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THE ARGUS, TUESDAY. JANUAHY 5, 18JZ
THE WAVSICE SPRING.
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CU'liHT II IM ON A CAB.
jt ., itti ii . r 1 1 Erj.it- Hvt ilny. Yo'i
t:i.,u v.lia that in-aii in I.oml.m calv
! I . ' 1 1 . ; i I . , iiiiuij'i, inatviis
! Mini i-ttiro:it ruin
iii-1 M r.. I.am-i.-ter stno.i
r ; ,. (.. . ;i :'.l-l:i: HKllill' Til Ol I ! -1 e's
. I , ii r: ': -.rr-i-trn'il. Vi liiin-
, r.i.-. ' rk-tlie si. anal ht r
i . I ii'f ii -ii" :t. i. 'li'Ut; rum lo lier
., u!:.-tcr- : in l-er iifltiml MmuM she
i.f e -tin is ii"t iii Prov-
, ,,!.. -i- " i - her irreverent sntn
i;., "ii'V !HiK'- it f.-iiniil the proper
...r .... N.i .'! .:'.- I.-.c.l. if it were. Oh,
-!: 'i!i-n,it:vl c.i 'I-!' her breath,
:, h.i-'in I...-.- in sight, looming,
. I -- -i i; . i. ..: net. A slashing,
!.'.;;, h. -.m en i ; -ii:i:'t and a civil
0 it !:! her n:uice; and she tucked
i f:il!-. sie -e - tialed; he drew up
i. -i il 1 1 -- I ..et. i . man, caivful lel
1 v, i .; . Lis.-.! : ci. . .: - and let down the
ivt. : v. Am :.-' -.i i en.":tvi.r to open
i! T. ' . ' tire n e. I. rescue sk i I't from
u ..-i sve i.i'ii boii net ensued. He saw
' .-. . : ,i ! ;:i ;-u ii. nneabl.;. ;,ke cour-
. . . L.'i.ve n ' :i- -.-fe-nn.
. :; r'vii:.- a ; :in..'ii?"
N : dr:it.j my caeh, is it.
y.r- I i', " ne r .! ted.
"" :., n'.! "ti e-i ft Ii arc you
' i.- ! Tin n. wi'h a hu-hhan-led
" ' . I .-'i : i v : .Vuhf I a-k the n-a-
- . .. I: 1 ' !,!"1 e; ,..'i!;li'i;-- met It-r.
'.. ' t.i. dear, it":" A distinct
i- iiiV b"iiMer of yours is L'eri.ng
rt . : .,' : it's a pit . '-.r it's
' i I ; one," e a 1'le.i, eyeiag it
' .i. 'i wi" i. me.vs the aa and
f t.ot.t .; or r it her the ways of
t - i t t ii';il t ';e niieins of tiio-ewito
'' "' !'e! 'I "':" as lie MIW befolc hilll.
- ' " '' thougii not f.-eiing
-'.'.". he vv.i anxious to make
ii it il - t '.at tn'ii ter'-" khe -i' 'iji
I ' ' " 1 '-'-- '"-I a-, tint to m ike per
" :. .. I -a, il l,- I i.,ai in i,s many boli-
" ' ' 1 '""-'. " will, glaring indepeud-
.. a ' -..m :.:-.v iy u-i d to do so," jrlow
' i. ti a:, hi-f
"i1 'ti re! , then, . .drive me:-" she
' ' 'li ' .e -, ii.-u t another c.-ii) in
't'1:., il'-ar, no! When a man's poor. :ind
i i-!". -,rn I.:, .iving l.y the eat of his
'a- is l.keiy to lindtiie latter more
p '-: ' !:. i naii I lie loriner; so I am only ton
a., to e,.t wnat fares I cin,.'' 1 le gloated
""'"::v. f"r she looked iti in his lace
vial- u mi-t gathered ami grew in his
' ''- iit 'l -he g.,ve a little sob.
"U:.. Tom, dear Tom," he whispered,
"l tiewr knew it was so bad ii, this."
' "ti:-" Iks answered, with brutal
i;i:s; tima:i,y for her sympathy with him
t.:- alterid cin-.iiuistatice. Then hti
l'.it).'.-i (,(,.. i, tn.- d,,or. raised the window.
1 by In-r ia an attitude of calm
i 1 1 1 1 n . i -1 1 .
""'ieive. -mother imploring glan.-e. He
w.i-i . ;i,g hi- nobie b.-ast's hindquarters,
' - ii ; h ht:iieiied up it, at, audible uhi
T"' "' i.otita never ion,d stand in the
1 "a i..- -aa! i.al.-ia w. , . a- if taking her
' I .- ' - Ulli leie e.
1-1""'" Mg;,, a and stepped j,it.
S'"''s got. the same clipping
l- t ami ankle-," was 'loin's mur
r he n,.,.. ,,ot have been so surprised.
'ir:i "diuary things, nicredi
L.v .Ml hair enrii'.g j,, ,he ,.y,., lf ,,..
ii-ir tee; don't wear out und they do
ji.vi-kt ii, ,ew oo.s.
'"'' -"'''' '' iier-t-ii iTi ,'i corner of the cab,
i. an.,' ner ,.gi, and a fun ive glance at
V:" ':'-s to her left, while the
"';-.- mounted behind and slowly gath-
u it p rn... i-eii,,. e banged down the
"..'.'i.w un.i ,,pped open , little tr;lp
' 1 ''""' with protesMunai noise, and
i .-t.. - ner.. to''" with profe-siunai orev.
' Hiui.e, pl..;ls.., if y.,u don't niiud," said
t'i- i.ire ineekiy.
A- ttiey drove down lioml street, Mrs
a:.(.; i-rer-s ey.-s l elt.g shut off from out-
-ui s:g,,,s, ,,,e turned them inward and
; ner v.hn-.n.g thotigms.
nat a s'ory ; L's i:d make if unv
en.,- KiK -.v. r I; 1 v had the pen o'f
t !''!':. ,W. !'"'",?' l' "" "-:,'!" 'luit.e a pity
" ui.. g..t an ru:i j.j s. , ,1 j correspoutt
' . l.et n.
. ''j''"'": ':"-r. happy g.rl, married In
1 V ' - l,u' y'""i--". she was the
i "l Uie S1, V.,1V silI)ll.(, hlie
" .'''' ''"'I !ie, nei, and handsome.
''"":'-" swimmingly for ,,r,.e
j.,'.' , '-""---i-er takes to plung
V,','' ''- 1 """-ii.-'" jut. -.l.-e pluug.-r.
. '; c. f i, avail. Then Mr.
; ' tak-s to plunging jU
j ',, ' ', '" a --'guora Soreiia.and .Mrs.
V,.."".;rrr r"'"T '" ,',!t,v'-1' or lorgive.
J '. '"'r' " ' 1 was a bit hasty,' is .Mrs.
S'. ' ' " " ''; """miireii rev.-r.e today.
( ' ""' "!- ''' '"!': nine days' wondt-f
I..;-' "?',';""." " t. neigh-
iv,,',l'i' ' 'Jtiicasteris in-it.g driven
, ner lills-
't tl'f ifiy P'.sit.ion ,,f driver
how wet he must lie get-
' !: iran waul to u''tont I am afraid
you cnnuotl We in.iy hare co wait hera a
quarter of an hour."
"It isn't thiit," Khe ftnswer-d. "I wanted
to kuow, cr 1 thoiiKht, er I wanted to
ask. Oh, Tom dear, aren't you very wet
anil cold up there?"
"Thank you, one could sc arcely expect
there should be a draft up hire, or to find
it, parfhinf?ly hot but I'm quite comforta
ble, thank you all the same." With a
Down went the skylight. The great
stagnation slowly uprose a id they drove
on again. It had liejtrun to lear up. Mrs.
Iancaster thought she ktiew her way
about town, but Mr. Lai caster should
have known it still better, and yet lie took
her round Grosvenor place lis a means to
reach i n k Park Line. It seamed as if he
took a pleasure in driving by the most op
posite and roundaliout rout !.
Perhaps he wasn't thinki lof where he
was going; perhaps a little quiek sob .
quivered up to her lips anil she hit them j only? Yes, but what if there were tocome
perhaps he, too, was thinkit gof those days a reconciliation? How horrid and deceit
at Venice, Nice, Vienna. Perhaps he was ! ful it would look! Hut, introduce Tom as
thinking that if only she had been not I her husband! (A quick throb at her heart.)
quite so hard and ntiforgi zing when his
fancy had rather wander d toward It
Sorella, with her ten-and ixpenny a lot
tle "GoMerine" hair, attr icted-probably
more bv her diablerie than invt hint'
pertiaps.it she hail lieen a lit le soiter, ho ;
nugnt nave tout ner 01 ttie real remorse he ;
felt for his inconstancy, he remorse of
having lost ail his iucomo (thereby indi
rectly reducing her own), spent in good
ness knows what follies, tuat had played
the very mischief with the dollars. Had
she lieen gentler perhaps he might not
have been exalted to the high position he
now occupied, which, wi h hanging, is
probably the only position of elevation
which does tint bring exultation aloug
She had money of her own, a good l,."x)0
a year, ami when the finil split came a
oplit born of a very small i ft he had been
too proud to let her know how his money
matters stood, and suit fame about that
husband and wife had not met for quite a
year, ami t hat .luring the last, live weeks I
he had driven a raking bay about London, j
harnessed to a luxurious ". T." hansom, i
Ami he? Well, he wast linking of what '
a thundering ass he had been, and h..w he
had tried her love and fait l in him.
Ami she:- Well, had sie-, too, not llirted '
jn-t libit with Lord Kac pie and (.Vlonel
Targeiir, .".ml when he had remon' rated
ever so little had she not I aredout o:i him
und thrust ihar. odious yellow haired
Signor.i Soreila in his face''
"I wi-h he wouldn't dri- e quite so fast,"
shethougnr. "Weshali gel home so soon
ii he does."
Tltev were pas-dng a testanrant. Shj
sbmted her umlnvila t.v.-ard it-, and ha
drew- up instant iy.
"If you don't min i," -he sail, "I inn
.lust, going in for a glass of wine; 1 feel a
i.tt le faint."
It was no such thing, for in two minutes
she w is out again, the wit e untouched and
t i it- glass in her baud.
"You must havo got so wet arid cold, I
wish you would you?" she stammered
timidly "would y u mind ju-t taking a 1
little to to please rue:-
she had taken off bet glove, and the
broad wedding band cai.ght his eye. A
tpa-m of pain came upon his face. It was
like driving your list thro igh a inirrorand
smashing the smooth, even surface into
"Tli.ank yon," he said, a little unstead
ily, in a rather h.isky voi -e, as he descend
ed slowly from h s perch
"tii! I v. iii lake it in 'or you."
"I could not t hink of (.iving a lady my
glass to put down," he a i-wered, with his
old characteristic courte-y toward tiie
Two "voting ladies" bi hind the bar had
b'.e.'i watching I lie proee. ding.
"Goodness gracious, Louie," said one,
"well, 1 derlaiel Fine ladies do carry on
nicely. She's giving him her w ine lucre's
no accouut ing for t astes. '
ljuotli her friend. "There's every ac
counting for them w hen it's ;i lawny mus
tache." About a quarter of in hour later the
hansom drew up in Norloik street.
Mrs. Lancaster got out and walked slow
ly up the steps, lie fore i inging she t urned
around. A little ragamuffin was inspecting
"Would you like a sixpence!-" she asked
him gravely. A superf uous question, to
which he replied, wit h the knowledge of
past experience to guide him aud a wisdom
beyond his w inters:
"Sixpences were nott.ohe 'ad for noth
in'." "Of course not, "she uuswered, "and you
have only to hold the horse's head for a
lillie; you needn't be iifraid," she added,
rashly guaranteeing the licast.'s peaceful
nature. "'111111 you shall l ave sixpence."
Thus, having reduced the I "gioti of un
emploved by one, she turned and rang the
"Do you mind coming in for a few min
utes?" she said, addressing her husband;
"1 want to teil you something."
lie looked in her for a i instant, then set
tled his whip in its soi ket, tied the' reins
securely and descended slowlv.
"Hill the servants?"
"The only two who ji you will see are
The &')or opened "Dinner at once aud
lay another place at table."
"You remember this and this (pausing
before some picture or some hanging), aud
this vase; do you remci.il.er how nearly I
was drowned out of thut gondola at Ven
ice it was just opposite t hose glass works,
and you insisted on our goiug in and buy
ing something to remind yon and how
thankful you were tint it had euded in
nothing worse than a drenching?"
"1 have forgotten nothing," he answered
"Not even the way to your dressing
room?" she sai.l archly, turning nruuud.
"Not even I he wav to my dressing
room." replied Mr. Ijmcaster.
"1 dare say the gas ini't lighted t hough."
She led the way am. entered the room
The door between t and her room was
open, and he looked ill; he did more, he
uclvauceil a few pacei and stood iu the
tloorway. He could ' n t have cros-edtho
threshold had it been bis most e.truest de
sire. He devoured every object, a thousand
memories crowding to his weary brain, but
his face did not ch uige, aud his wife
watched him closely all the while. She
Watched as he glanced at the two easy
t'uairs, one at each sid ; of the blazing Dre.
How often had t hey occupied them in the
happy past! Only tl en, to be sure, they
had been drawn clos-e, side by side, and
they had proved the ( illibilil.y of the rule
tiitit "two bodies cannot occupy the same
pce at the same time."
She watched him a his eyes turned to
the duchesse toilet table, with its large
center glass iu front of which be bad
often made her stand while he bade her
mark what a handsome couple they made.
He drew a sharp breai h, aud a spasm shot
across bis face, leavii g it a shade or two
whiter. He glaueed up his wife wu
looking at hin in 1 wjathless. stillness, aha
turned quickly and left the room.
He found his way about ten minutes
afterward Mrs. ltn caster took a little
There was a soft dewiness about her
eyes as she came and stood beside him.
Husband's and wife's hands met in a
quick, close grip, and a feeling of infinite
love came nestling around his heart.
"Tom," she began wistfully.
"Yes, Cecile?" questioningly.
There was no time for another word, the
door handle was slowly moving around.
"It's my sheep dog Miss Meeson," she
whispered, her breath coming and going,
fur a sudden piizzlesotne question had
arisen in her mind. She had forgotten all
about Mi.s Meeson to tell the truth she
had not taken her into account at all.
What was she to do and say? Introduce
Tom as t hisafternoon's hansom cab driver,
and nothing else? (joodncss! no, it would
not be nossible. introduce him as a friend
What if he insisted on their remaining
only friends? What if he should reject the
projected forgiveness? What if he should
exclaim, "Pardon me, I was her husband
at one time, but Mrs. Lancaster decided to
dissolve the partnership!'
The door opened and the dear, humble
old sheep dog entered far too meek of as
pect to cow any ravening wolf, except by
tier old fashiotiei stately sweetness.
"Miss Meeson," said Mrs. Lancaster, fal
tering, "Miss Meeson, dear, we have a
guest at dinner tonight, let me introduce
Tom my Tom! The man who was ever,
and ever will be, the dearest and best of
in n. There there was a sliirht misunder
standing, almost all my fault; but we have
found, he and 1 me that's to say 1 mean
ho we" There was a pucker on her
f.tce: she faltered, and then said tremu
lously and with exquisite tenderness, "He
is iii j- dear huband!" Then she smiled up
in his face and laid her bead ..n his shoul
d-r, as much out of the fullness of her love
as to hide that awful cabman's badge,
which blazed hngeh o: his breast. Then
nhe laughed -a queer little laugh, that had
a glimpse of tears in il not so very far olT.
Miss Meeson held .uif her hand with a
much nn..led air. but Mr. Lancaster saw
, lii-it her that nor the look. His eyes were
i moi-teni'd with unshed tear-, and his
wife's head when lie glance. 1 dow n seemed
to lie .some blurred mass of golden brown
I on his shoulder, and t lie lights seemed i-nd-
d-tily to have got mist v ami to dicker up
and dow n.
"I left my spectacles in the o'lu-r room,"
said Miss Met-"ii sofi y, t hough she was
I'.-ering t hrou,h t hem as she spoke.
1 think that t here was soinei iiing very
1. ke a loi ik of rap! nre ai hoi Ii b iiband ami
"You have forgotten to pay me my fare,"
he said aft er a hi r. "1 io yon el, i-el ail your
cabbies out of .' heir fares, deal '"''
Slie laughed up in 1,'ts face with a mur
mur of v.a.manlv tenderness. "YeK, vour
i real fare is two shilling-, bu; I will give
vnu a .-..ldeii .-vow n ' "
She raised her face r.s she spoke. Xo
I'eed to explain I lie meaning of r he words
to one w ho loved In r as did this strange
i.abtiiati. lie to. k t he "golden crow n" be
tween hot ii his hands ami kissed her fair
Husband and w ife were reunited, never
to part again. It was not until their mu
tual tears f joy had -eased that the little
t.rchitiin the street was remembered. He
and another lillie imp were found taking
it. in turns to watch the horse.
"That bo 's another C'.asabiatioa!" cried
Cecile. indignant with hei-.-eif.
"So he is. dear only we won't cive him
such a blowing up," remarked her bus
Mr. and Mrs. Lancaster are
happy p. iipi. They have ju-t gone on
their second bom iie-on.
He has a mot exalted opinion of his
wife's virt lie-, a sent iineiit I hat is ouly to
be balanced by her stujM-tidous blindness
to all his faults.
She was rapturizing over hint the other
day, in Brussels, to a newly picked ii
"Do you know," said her listener, "to
hear you talk, one would almost fancy that
you had come across your husband in
"Nothing of the kind, my dear," an
swers Mr.-. Lancaster. "I met Tom in a
far more earthly place. I picked him up
in a hansom cab! lielgravi.i.
If It tV Iii the Paper It Must lie S...
An Knglish look, "Wild Life on a Tidal
Wave," describe- a c itiver-at i.iti iu a Yar
The amphibious water side population
were exchanging ideas, ami among them a
plethoric bout'.vright ami a si n t sailor.
"I tell you thet it's no use, the! one man
one wote business," said the boat'wright
"No use, matey? Why not' Fares to
me every man has a right to have a woice
in the fit tin of the wessel; it's just like a
wessel arter all. for none need go to sea in
$ wessel if she fare badly found. But
'taint so with this here wotin; one's got to
sign the articles no matter what skipper
sails her," retorted the sailor decisively.
"I tell you it's nil nonsense," said the
boatwright. "Brains is the thing."-
"Ay, to run the wessel, yes, I believe in
thet er. Some one must lie master," an
swered the mariner; "but. what I say is"
"Didn't 1 tell you it was in the peaper,
t het it's no good this uniwersal sufferage?"
That floored the sailor, and he answered
humbly, "Well, we all know ef thet's
printed in the peaper thet's sure tew be
"Then shut up!" said the boatwright,
fearing that a third person might appear
on the scciie and weaken Ids argument.
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A manufacturer w hen a bachelor some
years ago was in the habit of putting up
at a hotel in t he neighborhood of Alders
gate street. Sallying forth one Sunday in
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pavement when an omnibus tl river cracked
his whip and called out, "Over the water
to Charley." The bachelor took the hint,
perhaps regarding it as a providential call,
and got into the omnibus, which put him
down outside Air. Spurgeon's taliernacle.
lie was not in the habit of attending di
vine service, and this was t he lirst and last
time he ever heard the great Baptist
preacher. Tiie effect of the discourse upon
his mind, however, must have lieen consid
erable, for when he died he left to Mr.
bpurgeon's orphanage and other philan
thropic, institutions associated with the
Metropolitan tabernacle no less t ban half
of his large fortune. London Tit Bils.
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having plasters said to be "just ss good,"
or "containing mperior ingredients,"
imposed upon them. These are only
tricks to sell inferior goods that no more
compare with Allcock's Porous Piasters
than copper docs with tool. One trial of
Allctock'a Porous Piasters w ill convince
the most skcpltcle of their merits
The eminent Henry A. Mott. Jr., PU
D , F. C. S , late goviromcnt chemist,
My investigation of Allcock's Porous
Plaster shows it to contain valuable aud
essential irgredien's not found in aDy
other plaster, and I find it superior to
and more Hi). icnt than any other plas
Afk for Allcock's and let no fol;cita
tion or explanation induce you to accept
"My son. deal ooly with men who sd
vertie. You will never loose by it."
Flck EesSaehetna rr-lievsall tho troubles tocf.
dent to a bilious ptateof the system, suob a9
Pizincsi, Nausea, Drowsiness. Iaiat rests alter
eaticp. l'tn in the Ki'la, ifcc Wtilo tlc:rnio4
TeniArkaWe success has been shown in curing
lleaaftche. yet Carter's Little Liver Pin at
equally valuahlo in Constipation, curing and pro
venting tliis snnoyins; complaint. while they ls
correct all disorders of thentomachtimtilatatha
liver and regulate the bowels. vea a they onll
'A;lif.they would be almostprioelessto those w,a
tUiVcr fn'im this ilistTessin 5 complaint; butfortu
Trliocucetry theintall find these little pills valu
able In o many ways that t'jey will not bo w-.I
Jiag to do without them. But after allsick banc
tie the bane of bo many lives that horo Is wbera
'Ve make our great boast. Our piUscureitwtulj
Others do re't.
Carter's tittle Uvtr Pills are Tery !mall and
very easy to talis. One or two pills make a d-afie.
They are strictly vej'etablo and do no gripe or
purve, biitl'y tiioir gen :lo action please all whrc
uscthem. ihvialsnt 25 cents; five f or $1. Soil
ty (lrut'ista eveiy when, ur bent by mail.
CARTER MEDICINE CO,. New York.
SMALL PHI. SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRIC
Live Stock Insurance
Insures Uve tick against death from acciOcnt
ordireae. For rate apply to
El. LIEBBHKXECaT, Agent,
17J? erord avenue. Rock Island
Dr. Krnieon's Kel'iili e Remedy. Famous every.
where anwig the ladies as sa'o, prompt and
ctrerttisl The original woman- miraiton. rnce
ft, sent d'rect, sca.ed ; infortnalion free. Address
(a.on Meaicai to., Konon, mass.
e amta.p fin?
''i..-.T-'- . .
vV" tv -.. .
xrm p.. -LLLJl II
CVCfTf WOMAN THAT HA5 ANY SENSE .
And mawy there be we hope,
AILL SPEND HER CENTS FOR A USEFUL CAKE.
if ' - Wk
Wr O -afl
p. W M
For sale by ail tin-, cmrk lirocery dealers.
CrOLD MEDAL, PARIS, 187a
W. BAKER & COS
tTrpcn of oil
In ahsohitt ftf pure antt
are ii pi tl in it vr-aratitn. It
lift timrr ihu-t trtrr? tlnun Vt
yinftyh tf Cnruii liiixttl ivith
Flnrt'li, Arrow rtnt c-r fMiaar,
ami i tln-n for? f:ir tnc: eco-
n . .
t nt(H"-. It in iH'ht io.ia, nour-
' li!iir, Hlrt neiht-nim:. Kami .v
li;KTF.r, untl aUmiral-'iV oliiptfl fr invalitls
as veil ns fi-r pcreona In health.
Stll Ii j ftroor eTerywhere.
W. BAKER & CO., Dorchester, Mass.
IVe Cmit do it
hut arc willircf to pay for lirnInT li'v !
n.ako il s;kx1 an artiolo as Vni.rf's Ai 'Mi:
J'.i. vcKiNO of choap materinl s t!.:.l a
retailer can proliuibly soil it at llV.
Our price is 20c.
Tbo retailor says the uMic will nrit pr.y
it. Wo say the iullio will, booauxj ttn
will :.lw:is l.tiy a fair prioe for a
artio'o. To sliow IkiiK the tmle auu t '.-.-
juMi; that wo want to pive them tbe b.--t
lur tiie least uiouoy, we will pay
For alicvo infiirmation ; this ofler is ojacn
until January 1st, 1SVK.
WOLFF & RANDOLPH, Philadelphia.
Pik-Roil Is the riamcofa paint which
(Joes work that no other iiaint can do. .Ve.c
?i-fti paintoil with it looks like ttie natural
uaoil when it Is staiued und uruished.
PAINTERS AND BUILDERS
will nnii It proiltable to iuvesligale. All
Tiaitit stores sell it.
Aslt your Driiceist for a
boule oi Bin U. The only
nou tkiuoiiuu) remedy lor all
' tbe uimatiiral diseharves and
private diseases of men and tha
I debilitating weakness peculiar
io women, xi cures in a lew
i d.avi without the aid or
i puuurity ol a doctor.
title intrrrml American Cure.
kibe Evans Chemical Co.
Or ll-f E.iiar Habit. RoMitiel.
b aUininikitf rinttr lr. Maine'
It if Tnanafictiired rs a powder, which can bep'ren
iti a B'.ttut of ter. a cup of ooffpe or lea, or n iord,
without :he kucvwlcd.- of the patient. It is biMi'. 1 j
liarmless. d vuiil ciTf-ct a permanent anj spr'riy
ot:- . wne her the prtif-!t ih a moderate drnmrr jt
ati il-'jhali-1 wr-c ; It h.if b-en (riven in lurutJi.!1
ol li-'s. ha m e'-ery instance a p nt cth ha? iol
Km- -1 It wfr r nil. J'he pyatt m once itnpi efrnat
ei ih ll:t tipM?4ne.u becom' aa inter impoMiLili:
.or 'Lc liquor anivtne to exist.
LI)i;N Ai r1: H'l' .. Soto ProprifCoriv
4 pxgc book of jarticu'ara fie. To be hd of
for Kile by Marehall A Fisher and T. H. Thorn
FOR MIU ONLY!
For LOST or FAILING MANHOOD,
H-p General and KEEVOUS DEBILITY,
I J i Weakneaa of Body and Hind, Effects
LsLUof ErrorsorExoeuea in Old or Yotinr
Kwbtiki, Nublr li,MHM(f fullj Nntnred. How ( Knlanr' and
8uDnaeaHrAa.l AAlfV DHHl. P4KT!f KOUV
abswlmrl anUltiasr HOIK TfttJtTBft M-BwflU ia a day,,
Ilea testify tram U rIle and r'oreirat'tHialriea. Write tbeas.
ieafritiie lik, et-Uaa)Uia at prott malted (sealed free.
assnm ERtE MEDICAL CO., BUFFALO.N. V.
R OF. DIEPf'ErM BACH'S
SUPE r.liHf Tor IWikAl. KEKVOUS
"J URiNAH? TRQUSKS T0UN0,
MIDaU-A'jEO "" 01 B VIH. MB
Sf taACH Mr OICATIOK.Ra UNCER
TR'tlTX OR OIIAPVOHlTMtltT.Uuipo.1.
I. . .v rlir.. . .t. r.r.i in 14 boun.
Ireatmeat b Ir.ai . iuu uil f ' 1. circular frre.
THE PESU ORKC CO
Solu foi :U J -801$ ST-.W"K4UtU. C
1 V all -LjfF
ffi h! liHl
mil i i i v.
I ! 1
. m Minm
v'.':i il ...w ftiiH'iiir
Billiard and Pool Parlors.
liavtns jnt fi:mii-!ie:J a flnf IMrlnr n tuir? ami
fq-ilitrt it w'litvvaof Hr it!vK'K a'kt's
tini'st Biil-ar-i TittV-. alio two lia . I
IN THE CIGAR STORE
:lie nut'!1! Vhp of lmii"rt.-il Ai d IIuiih Mic ':gnr
ami Toli icco Id the niiirk 't.
1808 Skcono Avkni'k'.
Express and Moving.
All ord;re pr.mpt1y attend d to. C'har
ywr Iave onlert ai K. Treiiaman'p HameHt?
abopon Market pquure
A QUICK. AND POSIT I V E R-.-.tcf-r of
MANLV VICaOn and OM LfGltimatt
Sottific for SEXUAL. O E HI LIT Y and LOST
VITALITY known. A Marvellous inviGo
r at Or . f rrtirrt harm mail I 6 ter SS --ri C ve
iuamnta . Cir.tire OR R F C AT ON. Bom W57 Boston.
WliypavMc fH t. qr r-hrn thobou
ni'''ii' al treiittti.Mit c.'r, 1m hrrt I.T r.-ii.s.n.
ablt iiriiTs,,! riielVrnl l.en.u :tl C.i.. pr.1.
I'tinrt fr.ni tl c !r' i 'liiiiiix .! Ir. Will-
innis.n i'D -irii'ii.it w. i lu-n il.- ropiiu- ?
YOUNG MEN urJ.m"Ttoi!lV
c -,'t y in- iy. Ii."-iM'fl, riir. tic.
vox nrvl HI.'nltlfTtntull", ft1., will Vttti cur :''tiJMJ
f TnnnMit S'tl', rt-iuim ami Sp- c lv O"
vonilnienit. lr.U t;i,Mni-
ho lm L'i i
m.nt v v;irM. nr-'rrit4H fnii
mil r;itilUs which n-t lm'ii m-n iho
tiuin tnm;i h -Mhiiriii'. r. th' :ir run
chafitit'd Ityttit'iirmirir ji.ti o anl rtsjutr.i-i
eh:tiic. if dit't or inti-rrupir.M) id 'tfmi.H.
HOME TREATMENT 'i;
o-cinf from fct.uu to fl.Vui. iihi1 with un-
ffli I ill IT kiuvtnu f rirnr U It-) ... 1 u
W tllinm!' private praotlt-e. .ive thvm a iri.ii.
PFPIFIf Un 01 f'rtbuKidiK'randBla.MercTirM
or Lull IU nU.OI rfMM ntr.i5Miln one to four dav.
UTERINE EUTRCPHIC 1
Call or writo fnrCntnlotfupaud Inlonuatiuii Ijtfi. -1
CcinsulUriK 01 hon. Arti1rp
THE PERU CHEMICAL CO..
189 WisroksiN Street. MILWAUKEE, WI
The Rock Island
Is the best medium through
; which to reach the countryitrade.
; Advertisers should have their
i announcementsiready by Thurs
j day morning to insure insertion
; in the current week'slissue.
No. 1724 THIRD AVE.
A. M. & L. J. PARKER,
ISTFIrM-ciae.work Ed t ecial attettioB to
EIXQ V8 UP,
Telephone No. 1214
Joiin Volk Sc Co.,
Saab Doora Blinds, Biding, Flooring,
and sit kinds of wood work for bonders .
Bluhtsenth 8t bet. Third and Tovnh stss.