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THE AKQUft. SATURDAY, JAN XT Alt Y 9, 1892.
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Physician d Siir?reoii
In c i)"''t.m uit- a cum-riil prnetl mskra a
-p-rivtv of d api of women
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GEO. P. STAUDUIIAR,
Tlnui in 1 aupf rint- nlenre for all class of
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Miu-liell &, Lrmlc's Clock. Rooms 89 31.
E. M. PEAKOE,
A brilliant array of holiday
Rich Fancy Goods,
i ' ' 'I t-n ray of
Christmas and Few Years,
!;i-in' tlm iJHsi, thne months
K. C HAMPTON & CO.
!: ' Ii -ok. Island Booksellers,
Hvh l,nr,, tiflg rei?Jy fjrtbe
ir - ir.uli ever done
in th-ir ttore.
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A ?ii ci3lty of fumishlne al. klud
? Mo,, , W:tn c-Mtln,. at 8 ocnta
A M Ad HI WE SHOP
I4 o'n added where aU kind of maekine
woru will b done flretlaat.
ST, ANT) 7th VE.
PgWNlNg BROS., Propts.
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er Eleventh itrec. nd Tenthiavenne.
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H. F. LAMP Manager.
HISTORIC 6 POTS.
Interastin Facts Abo.it Some Curiona
nd 1'ii'tnre siie Places in Old Kncland.
Kvery hoy and firl who lias reHl "West
wanJ, Ho!' would, I nm sure, like to Bee
Clovully, or t least to know wluit the lit
tle village is like ahou'. which Kinsley
has so much to say. It is doubtful where
there is another village so etiriotis and so
picturesque in all Eng and. Like many
other places in Devon and Cornwall, Clo
velly seems to have been visitvl by the
Romans, so that, there I as probably been a
village at this place for nearly 2,000 years.
.fmimi fir lUt
TKAIHTIONAI. mr.THH ACT: OF JACK THK
til AN V Kil.l.KIi. I
Clovelly lies in a very narrow cleft in a 1
rockv liillsi'le nut fa- from the curious t
Hone pier, a part of w.iich i said to have
been built in t he rei!;t: of Richard II, anil
which slieiiers the fkhiiu' lo.-it. Clo
velly V chief hotel, km wn !is the New Inn, '
interext.-. toiirits with a collection of o'd ,
china that covers il walls and afTord.s j
souvenirs of i he spot to such ar. care to buy
After seeing the ';i;i;e c'lffs of West
Cornwall, the vi.-itor would expert to lind
in the land's Kml some bohl, steep hcad
land, which inliilit se -m a liitim; terminii
tion of the seairirt lard. Rut instead of a
steep nbrupt i-iilT t here is a point eudmi; in i
detached masses of -ock, and ri.sin no
more tlian si ::f v feet. hove t he waves. Yet
the scene is te-ver tan e. When the tide is
rising look i n on t le sea as it rushes on
from three i
root ions dashins; against the
cliff, and mv
was the birt :i
pirn; tp its si tes, )lungi:ig
averns and swirling around !
'IWHil 1 : . 1
' n-'iiu..Li r I mill tins
Inceof lack the Giant Killer,
nnd truly i' is suiT--d to such a valiant
Away tow i:d the setting stin lies the
fabled land i.yoness", known to readers
of Tennyson nee fa r and populous, now
covered by tie- ocean, out to sea, perhaps a
mile away, ni:d perc ied on a rock as high
as the cliff on whi. h we .stand, is the Iing
ship's lighthouse, brill, in 1T07. Near at.
hand are some mass) . of rock, to which the '
natives have piven come curious names, i
One is palled Dr. rohnson's Head, and
those who are so disposed may sen some
likeness to him in it Another, called the
Armed Koiiriit, is said to have, been sur
mounted byasjire, pur, up by King At hei
st an when he conquered t he Seilly Isles.
An accident, which learly ended seriously,
took place here some years ago. An officer
rode down with some friends, nnd instead
of dismounting and walking to the edge he j
anrtrnuihn.l it; no lmisi..)i;if'L- ITi l.i..n !
reared and became unmanageable. As it
hacked toward the edge the; rider threw
himself off. The at imal fell over and was
dashed to pieces.
A Fairy Tnl-.
Merlin, t ." mag clan, once stopped at
thecoffage'f a pi or couple, who treated
him very ki .diy to the b; .1 ihey ha 1. lb
saw that th' v were not. eonti'iit with their
lot, and the cottager's wif.- lol l him what,
it was that made I aero so sorrowful; they
touch wantt I to h: vc a son; and she add
ed, ''If ir. w is even no higher than ins fa
When th:? q:ie:-l of the fairies heard
from Merlin of tiii. winh of llie iioii.'st peo
ple she promised o grant, it. Ry and by
they hail, to their great delight, a lir.Lle
son, and sure eno ig!i he was no bigger
than a ari.e thn rb, nnd v.:.s called, ac
cordinirly, Tom 'i'i umii, and owing to his
very small size Tc vas always getiiu;; im.o
When he was o! 1 enough to play wii.h
the hoys for cherry Clones, ami bail lost ail
his own, he i:s.'d to creu ititoihe other
boys' l;:gs, f:!l his pockets i cotue out.
again to play. Ri t one day . n gel.
ting out of a : :r ..f i ; crry :: -s the bsiy
to whom it. behny.'l chanced to. see l.ini.
"Ah, nh! my I, tile. Toei Ti.nml)!" said
the boy. "have I might ..i at, your ba l
tricks nt last? N( w I v. iil p;ty you olf for
Then drawing t ae string tight round his
neck, and shaking the bag heartily, the
cherry stones brui .'d Tom's limbs and body
sadly, which mad i him beg to be I. r. out,
and promise neve:- to be guilty of such ilo
ins nny more.
v.rs : . ' . --vv . J. ' '--t.
pi.f.ep r. r,x, Pi.ntr!
Sleep, hiihy, sleep: Thy father (;tiardd the
Thy mot tier shake i the dreamland tree.
And frrjin it fall si eet dreams for thee;
Sl4?p, I) fch , sleep!
Lulla-lullaby. Hubh ray baby and do not cry;
Nice sugared brot'i ytiur nurse will brin.
And till you sleep to tlu?c I'll sing,
liHtttkea for A'ouns Folk tu Avoid.
In the use of some, somewhat and about
do not say, ' lie iias improves! 'some' since
I saw him." Use "somewhat." Don't
say, "The place is 'some' ten miles dis
tant," but "about ten miles distant."
In the use of 'per" and "a" roaiemlier
Hint per is a Lat n word, to lie used before
lttin nouns, a, "per rent.," "per diem."
"A" should be used before English words,
as a dollar "a day," live cents "a pound,"
Other conimni. mistakes are the use of
"guess" for "ai;ppose"or "think," "tlx"
for "to arrange, ' "exiect" for "suspect,"
"right away" for "immediately," "posted"
for "informed," "party" for " ersou," "try
and do" for "try to do," "fume-" for "odd":
or "unusual," ' like I do" for "as I do,"
"not aa pood ii" for "not s good as,"
"feel Kood" tor "feel well," "f.ioo.ioe" lor
"assure," "not 8 I know" for "not that
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A NEW VERSION.
Oh, mother, take the plaques away
And put them ont of si.'.'ht.
For I am nlmost tired to death,
1 cannot paint tonitrht.
I'll tell you all nbont it if you'll listen
So come nn1 sit beside me on my little has
You heard the wedding bells tonight,
ilis wedding bells they were;
I'm very glad they were not mine.
I'm glad he married ber.
Oh, how can I live through it.
My heart's so full of cheer!
Yon tried so hard to catch him, bat you
coaldn't. mother, dear.
Misa FrtzhaiiK nme among ns
With her blushes sweet and fine.
With ruby lips and pearly teeth.
Far lovelier than mine.
Yes, they were manufactured; excuse this
She thought that she could fool him, and
she did it, mother, dear.
In ain you urged me, mother.
To pnt cnrline on my hair.
And wash my lips with oenlino.
And blush of roses wear.
But to your kind entreaties I never would
They didn't cnt a fienre; no, they didn't,
"Peace to yon, Mr. Mon?yba;?s
And happiness for life;
I'd he an old maid all mi da s
Before I'd be yonr wife.
Now. mother, 1 will sober down, I am not
But please to take the plaqnes away, I can
not p.aint tonight."
' Vlip.t are jokes bringing now?' he
asked, as he entered the. editor's offief
with some bulky envelopes under hi&
"It depends on their nature, sir." re
plied tho urbane editor. "We'd have to
charge you seventy-five cents a line for
ice cream jokes, for instance." Truth.
Some Inuht About It.
Cljolly You seem all broken up, old
Cholly What is the mattah?
Chappie I don't know, I am snah; but
my man says he thinks I am in love.
New York Life.
Didn't Snit Her.
Eriggs 1 see that Granby had to Bend
back the marble statue of his wife that
Griggs Why? Didn't she like it?
Briggs No: she wanted one made
wearing a sealskin cloak. Cloak Re
view. In tTfio Same lioat.
A beggar in rags and bitters held ont
his hand to a "gonimeux"' who was step
ping out of the door of his club.
"Out of work! Done nothing the last
twelve months! Yonr honor knows what
that means!" Frankfurter Zeitung.
An rtectricat Refusal.
May Yonr last suitor, Mr. Wait,
seems very magnetic.
Polle Yes. I gave him both poles.
May What do you mean?
Belle A positive negative. Truth.
Clubberly (at the club) That's the
worst waiter 1 ever saw. I wonder where
such an idiot came from?
Shiffer 1 know where lie is going to.
New York Sun.
In the pursuit of the good things of
thifi world we anticipate too much; we
eat out the hehrt and sweetness of worid
1 pleasures by delightful forethought of
'hera. The results obtained from the u?s
of Dr. .Jones' iiod Clover Tonic f ht pt.-..i r
j ;'lr,hrs. !t cures dyspepsia, and f.U
I ?'..ii"ich, li"',r, kidney and tlaflder
i i.roi.l.'i s . It " a perfect touie, 6piii?r-r,
i ;.;r ! ,s:r: a '. -:.rc r;.;-.- i-- vnr ;.r.d
l - . ' -: '. - ' s i ' - '' :- ts
Tt'C only s-fe way for purchasers is to
irsil on havirig the genuine artie'e, and
tu t i bcmselves to be swinrllerl by
hsving )lasii rs said to be "just as pood,"
or "coiitHinieg superior lncredients."
imprs.-.l ups.n them. Theft; are only
iricks to sell inferior goods f-iat v more
eoi," parn . ii h All -ock 's Porous l'lsstets
ihn c pp' r rl s with to d Ore trisl of
AUeockV Pifoiis P asters t i;l r ouviuee
tl.e most r.Hep:,e.le of their nx-nts
The eminent Lletiry A. Vn't. .'r.. Ph.
T F C. 8 , Ut gov. n.tuttit hemist,
My inrci.irntion of Allccrk's Porous
Pl'istc r siioo, .s it to contain valuable and
es-en'tMl it frrt flier s not found in any
ir.her placer, and I find K mperior 1o
:ni! more i.ffl ient than ativ oiker plas
tr." Ask for Allcoek's sr.d let no folxitn
tioi! or rxiil iijuti n itifluce ton to uccept
i -ub titu'e.
iSKMIY WXI Rr.Kl tll'.fl.
rejit divine told 113 once
tbat wlie'i h bean to prich,
lie "iwis had a cinss of walrT
n ar him u wt his throat oc
c:tsioiiHly. but -forwards he
rttiKTt-d that nature was able
tti likts c re of the throat if left
a'oif. This Le proceeded to
do. and the remit was that be
was eooii a" e t tilK for two
liorrs at a stretch, without any
desire for waier. If a public
speaker wi 1 take a 6mall ta
Bpooutnl of Reid's German
Cough a' d Kidney Cure be
fore he is callel upon to make
an oratorical effort he will have
no trcuble. His drink of water
jailser weakens the vecal
chords that assist them, but
this great remedy relieves the
co g-6tion, banishes hoarse
ness, and enables the speaker
to discourse without difficulty.
In this respect Keid's German
Ccuh aud Kidney Cure has no
equal among cough syrups.
For Bale by all druggists, .all
wholrs.'er a keep it
Sylvan Remedy Co.,
That Looks Impossible !
But it is the Truth!
Our entire stock of Clothing and Gents Furnish
ing Goods has to be sacrificed regardless
of cost, as we will positively
QUIT THE CLOTHING BUSINESS.
115 and 117 West Second Street, DAVENPORT, IA.
Are selling THIS WEEK a splendid boy's lace
shoe for $1, worth $1.50.
ItiInipiin.. iTiilmnt tian-cwvy ttherkiH. ft
f moTT-9 o.i! pi nip leu, IreHil luwi dwoltjrtin. Yt
fiJsuic by J lirV-cIawtdmfl tP ormaiiei i or 50 cU
r - - r '
VrwsPAntft APfKMlBIHO MS
We have the
:B0ST0N STORM RUBBERS:
both ladies and
K 'iWld.sc. fv
J. T. DIXOJM"
And Dealer in Mens' Fine Woolens.
1706 8econd Avenue
1622 Second Avenue
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