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THE ARGUS. MONDAY, JANUahY 11, Iwifc
v'.HO has money.
1 1. it tn it'-
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,,l lim il ill I w A""""! "
II lit II unions! in
... i' tk'li'(! T( ) I '"' ' '.n mis minus that ' lay iwiufn. -,- mv buck with a patent
K 1- . v ' ' 1 -' " , lu..f. l..Kh. l.-r in. i . ut Uiu differ-'extension uitu.lic. to mv kIuss les. and
-i . ii i it-mn nil m oui ; v iiiie me Dories were iiiumi r, unite one
it :i- wit! at present as I day my )( ly c onch, nm.le to resemble
butternut, fell to the floor, leaving my
foot attacheil by means of a pulley and
weight to the candelabra of the room.
But to return. At Yazoo City, which
is in the state of Mississippi, I was ad
vertised to apiear as a delineator of my
own character, and expensive printing
had been posted tip all over the town,
so that between twenty and thirty peo
ple, all of whom had secured tickets by
allowing our lithographs to hang in their
windows, had gathered together in the
Palace rink, a luxurious opera house be
longing to the kerosene oil circuit in the
The front of the house is on a level
... I.l. ul 'Mini
.7,.vni'l,l.l"W.! K.U., W.NN-.
a-iii(;T.iN. .1 i:i:i;iiy.
We have iust form-d the jwipiaiiitan.-e
f a colored porter
i. 1.. t.-ll me hi-. iHT-.on.-i
, -einstlmt he has heen eM.'ed ill ll-.l
, i.!..s .-mil asoeinreil with
(it-orge I'iiIImi.-.ii for tilreen y
made prol.i.l.ly n- m.-r
..her iM,:-rer. hut he h.i iH'eii m..re
I .i 1 1 he has Iteeti more
oi.iinic:il iii his use of ii.
-nit is that he owns a building
';i-)i!ii.. oii valued :tt ".IKM,
i; oiiil'l tin- -ea-oii a house Worth
Ad tt-i- !: '.. made by sweep-
Hl l lie itivs
II ! IVCS
coiiiiin-e;i Willi thoe in the times of
lYiiiihliii. Think low mortifying it
must have been to a young republic
just getting on its feet, with a new
Job press for prii.tiug its currency
and a mortgage thereon, represented
abroad, not by a rehnedand well dressed
man like Mr. Lowel. or Mr. Lincoln, but
temporarily, perhap v by such a man as
Franklin a man wi h adeep and lasting
contempt fo the R. S. V. P. business; a
man who would attend a gentian at the
queen's place dresse 1 in a little brief au
thority and a fawns kin vest, talking of
the best time of the year in which to as
sassinate the liog and other matters for
which her majesty did not then, and with the ground. The rear is not. It
does not now. care n continental. cost me $.m to find this out, but 1 found
iuiMgiue.then.il you please, a man out.
The owner of the rink took down the
stairs by which an exit had Ikvii gener
ally made from the rear of the house.
He had not sliokeli to me nhnnt it
J can do this sort of ihing with impunity. neither had he closed the door so as to
; because we nr.-a g-eat nation. Dut at indicate thai one should not go down that
ed on a i
like Franklin at the roval table sweet
ening !.; consomme, talking of the ro
tation of crops am! putting Worcester
shire since on his terrain'n. Now we
I' - ' j
V r V"";':- ' I,
-' '. 1 V .... .
oi-.e hi pre -not
currency was print-
and our standing
new pair of Ixw.is
iii!e of tlie car and then dusting
. a. Ii j a-seimer at t weuty-tive cents
,.r noli, lie would be well fitted, and is
t: .iron. !i! iiialitied. to act as conductor,
:i'nl. in tact, has educated a score of
i: vi -on !a. -tors, but his color is agin
linn le-T .ld me thiit in the north he
n;l! a. t a conductor if the company
..ov tii a'.ooint him, but in the south
! v.. i : I 1 be iiiial.lt? to enforce his au-
visiting the Capitol.
e.iM'e. but ciid Hot I-"-
o :.ie la -t that la-t
Ii -at.- I tr.-.i n large
c'-i' led ; n :. ugh oi:e
I : - . i " i : i r apparatus
:il siro'.liiig about
for six i i
attending a i . yal d nke party with his
jiantiiloons Med (io.vn over the legs of
his boots to keep th ' snow out and rab
bit skin ear tabs se,ed on his Mackinaw
hat would iiiitnra ly injure the sin-ial
standing of our nation with foreign
Hi re dwelt Sir Uulwer Lytton. who
wroti? his most o lebrated poem. Lu
cille." on this ground. Colonel Jo' n
Hay lives across Si leenth street, so also
does Henry Adams :i grandson of John
Imagine, if yor, plase. the mighty
contrast between t ic Washington of the
present full of elegance, refinement,
difficult words, se tied up with a nice
class of people li n' Mr. Blame com
pare. 1 say. the Washington of today,
where I sit. envi-oned by everything
that can environ one: compare, 1 say,
such a city with the low, wet. snipe
infested Hats wlier? once the rank thistle
nodded in the win 1, and the low, some
what vulgar lndi in. on whom there is
nothing but a shell necklace and a jag.
We live, indeed, in a rapidly growing
age, an age of wonderi id development.
And thi- rei:;-.nds me, though posib!v
the reader may not see exactly how, of a
voiing m in whom I met in the cars of
' ,:--r .
1 w n i 1 1 1 ;
:11 1 peri !
as sh- sa
ai -vi-!;,l oec;
It was doubt
he t ho:i-
bo! !i st. s w ;:
at UL'ilf t.i be 1
ation of -i
I'"' 'i" '
with a 1
-I I U'l
hu ii. d thai
u- of bloc
at the same
g school m;s
...s ..ut of all
voi.!!,. for Mi,.
-In- coiiid ex
s. one of Mr.
. i a.-. iM'ill
. : :. i
not I Ii killed so
ia?e chulllber. lloV.'-
A- I. l..r seemed t
if in that locality,
it came fr.nn the
' : : but this was found to
ii-tai:.-. and oii!y r.-ee',t!y h-is i;
-. .r.-u -hlv s,.tt!,-d lilllt it is 111.'
i . s:i-.,;i..d into tiie works of the
. aiaiaratils whtl" the werecoul.
loiiid I -aru from tins that while
. on ino'-mli hf" enjoying ur
uayly e'ltenug int.. the pleasures
in-mi. -lit . -ii!i.i- eooiiy and cahll
a the frigid register of the pre.-.-iii
- da tie- gi-.-i.t janitor of the
- le-atiag apparatus will close our
: an.! turn on t la-hi-at. We will
t . but crv in vain. "Oh. once more
-ii.n of whom
ai t iie time a
the heels of
;m seemed to be
as l hey became
as she had been
in .-ill branches
,-ou'id 1 e most happy
s .-.! any iin.e w hen
!l I hat he w. mid not
e to eh,
III. lice... ;,T-,
e Will Ins" -
r t. a a la. .in
n . ri ty in :
a c;:y of li
.'".-id by :
ii. 'li I ban
ose a more con
it v i f which we.
will !.iy aside all
e naturally most
sight of our little
e lil . We will dis
1 ii- I" uited States
ai when we run
lues. Much !l..s
ible writers au t
I regarding tl...
.r:';'i.. str -.-ts ,,f Washiiigfon. but n
-. :ii-.r..iigh!y en.j..y them as ig.;
i ; a u'!,o-i- Head is still one grand ag-
' -ati-.ti ..! liois.-s peculiar to Broad
a congress of d -adly vi'Oratioiis
' 'ropoiitaii racket.
1 'tiiMig. as 1 did. in early life from
n.. .l.-r r ,.i,l, -ju.i i-ural ipnet of Moose
t ad Like, it i not surprising that the
' of New York proved to be several
larger taan I had Ik-cii accustomed
and the varied style of noises peculiar
I tin- principal business streets mter
I i. U with my contemjilati ve moods,
and on. -e or twice . so confused me that
1 'lid not g.-t home until a late hour at
ll.-re I (hid nothing to interfere with
I'toiigtit. of whii n 1 am very fond, or
improving conversation, of which, 1 am
t'l-o ; iis-ioiiately fond. Here one may
a convej ance for two bob. as we
-'' m Kugiaiid. which will take him
;.a..u: over the city, meantime giving
ii'tii al-o an opportunity to siieuk in low
pa-si, inaTe tones to his, companion with-
n: rapturing a blood vessel. 1 hope
tnat the time will come when enough
i 'til.- will liavn soen the lieauties of
:i-iiiiigton streets so that in their re
turn to their respective homes they will
w the seejs uf discord iiinl discontent
i'ti l make things unpleasant in their
neighborhood until they have similar
V here 1 am sitting as 1 write these
l.iies 1 i mi see one of the historical por
tions of the city, one that lias beeu re
cently so ably descriled by .Mr. Croffut.
It is a little piece of ground which dur
ing the Involution belonged to the farm
"t David Burns. In lT'.in it was defined
as Lafayette park. It is a sjMt aronnd
which have clustered many of the most
Mt"il characters in the history of tliis
'public, auj ulore esiecially the vari
ous inemliers of the various cabinets.
It is remarkable and interesting to
tiote the advance of civilization and re-
which ii slight lai
'orming. sin- sr..;
In tr. r iiennainteil
tauglit very r nor
of needlework s)i
to repa.r the tmn
his iiiisin, s was ;
actuad v need i Ikuu.
It is ii !'"ss t say that with a beat
ing heart In' oi.e night reached them
through the sp:ir ;c'.y pen. 1 door of his
apartments and I 'ft tie in m her hands,
to deal with as s ic might see lit. 1 hes
itate to go on with this arcount, but
n..w that 1 have begun it 1 must not
turnback. V Inn he received I he pan
ties he found th;.t tin y had been most
ingeniously men led where they needed
it most, but while the trousers appar
ently had not s lifered in any way, he
found when he nine to examine them
that the repairs in the foyer had hi-en
made at the e.xj ense of the seating ca
pacity. That is whv lie says he thinks that the
practical e.lucat on of women, he fears.
i.-. not always in practical hands.
So I feel like the author of -Beautiful
Snow." 1 alighted on the ruins of the
stair steps that had been taken down. 1
do not know what the owner took the
stairs down for. Possibly he ran out of
kindling wood nt home. However, my
arm was broken, and the old friendly
feeling which was growing up between
myself and the south is somewhat
sprained and has a large poultice on ;t
as 1 dictate these well rounded sentences.
!i !' , '
.... ' '
kce. it siiio':
care of t!
at a 1 inn
h. what is the
that vim should
t..h says me eyes are failing
and that I must take great
m. so 1 ui.lv Use one of them
I'la.ve! Tli.-tt lie 1 a liellius.
lb' sei Hied to be proud of himself as
he strolled down the street, and when n
friend asked l.im the reason for his. ela
tion he said:
-I've got proof at last."
-Proof of whafr" asked his friend.
-Proof that I'm a genius. I always
thought 1 was. but never was able to
demonstrate it before."
The friend was inclined to be sarcas
tic, but the young man persisted in his
assert i ms.
-1 tc'.l y..u that's right," he said. "Did
you see that last poem of mine? It's the
third I've had accepted by different mag
azines." "Oh. well, that's no proof of genius.
of course," interrupted
but it's a point, it's a
it didn't convince me
it litis you. But yon
ss I have alwavs been."
down an v where.''
ill over the r-
,"t think that"
but it's a point,
i. voii know."
S" F.I'I-F.P OUT.
So many iuci rrect accounts of my re
cent mishap i 1 Mississippi have leen
printed that I venture to oiler a oriel
statement of the case at this time by
means of a st enogrupber. 1 have al
wavs had the sjme difficulty in convinc
ing" the reading public that 1 needed
sympathy. Some years ago 1 became
involved in a ,ersonat difficulty with a
cyclone in the northwestern part of the
state of Wisconsin. 1 had never said
anything derogatory to the cyclone, but
"f .,.r lei.l Hither sTHikell of it in a
kindlv spirit, and yet on that occasion 1
was caught nj into the heavens and re
turned with thanks, not because 1 was
lacking in merit, but merely because 1
seemed to be unsuited for the celestial
Many of my newspaper friends spofce
lightly and even flippantly of this pain
ful iucideut. although one of my most
attractive leg- was broken. One bright
young writer intimated that 1 had prol
ably stepped on a ieal of thunder. One
aaid that 1 should have looked at my
l.r.im.?ter mi re carefully: another said
"Not bv itself
the young man,
any more than
know how careli
"Scatter my i . .thes i
"Yes. lint you do;
"Not in itsi li. me.
Mv wife picks them n
-I h. yes. She used to grumble alx.ut
it. but now she juM says it's one of my
-She she picks up your clothes with
out any side remarks:"
"Yes. and she never disturbs my desk.
That's why ! say"
"You're right. You have the proof.
You're a genius."
"Thanks." he said gratefully.
"In the line of handling your wife,
anyway," add'-d the friend. Chicago
A Yorkshire vicar once received the
following notice regarding a marriage
from a parish house: "This is to give
you notis that I and Miss .b inima Anv
bella Brearly is comin 1o your church
on Saturday afternoon lies, to undergo
the operation of matrimony at your
hands. Please be promp, as the cab is
hired by the hour." The "operation"
was performed in due course. New
York Tribune. s
JiOO K' wrd
for any trace of hiiupjr.ne. morphine,
chloral, or nny o'her iLjurious compound
io Krai.Bb's He-olnci e Capsules, ll&ns
We bave sold El's Cretim Balm about
three ears, and beve r eommeuded its
use in more 'hm a hundred special cases
of catarrh The unanimous answer to our
inquiries is, "it ih the best remedy that I
ever used." Our experience is, ibai
where purtii s continued its use, it never
failed to cure. J. H. Montgomery &
Co., Drutrgists, Decorab. Iowa.
hen 1 b. Kan using El 's Creim Balm
my caiarrh was so bad I bad headache
ibe wbolb lime, and discharged a laru
amount of filthy matter That has al
most entirely disappeared, and I have
not bal headache since. J. H.Som
nitre, Stephney, Conn .
A Lmle G.r' Exper.ecce id a L fth h-nie.
Mr and 'rs. Loren Trtscoti are k ep
frsof the eov lighthouse at Sand Beach
Mich., ai d are blef-H d with a daughter,
four jears old. Last Auril she was taken
down with measles, followed wnn a
ireaiiful cough and turning into a fever.
Hectors at home and at Detroit treited
her, bu' in vn'n, fbe grew wor-e rapidly,
ui til she w-tis a mere ' hanHful f bom s "
Tln n she iinil Dr. King's New Disei.very
and afier the ue of two and a half not
'1.8 Wns couipltiely ruied Thtv Say
I). Kinu's --w Discover) is woith its
weight in iold, yet on may get a tri 1
hoi ile free at iar 7. & BaiinseL's drug
Sirenpti ard Heatih.
If you are not feeling stror.2 ami
healthy, try Electric Bit'ers. If "La
Jrii pe" has lettyo". weak nd wehrs.iisi
Elec'iic Bi'teis. This remeily acts di
recily on hv r, sli m-. h and kidneys. een
tly aiding those or-ns 'o i erfoim iheir
functions. D vnu are all idea w ith sick
headache von iii tind M e1 ard per
maneni relief by tkinj Electric Bitters.
One trisl will convince you that this is
Hie nmedy jou need Large bottles
onlv ado, at Hariz & Bhnsen s drug
Gas well Who was the lawyer who
defended you in your recent case?
Dukane It wasu't a lawyer.
"No; it was a counselor at law."
"What's the difference?"
'Well, he charged me $C0 for his
services. A lawyer would have asked
about $). Yon can figure up the differ
ence yourself." Pittsburg Chronicle-
A Handy Tool.
Mrs. Blinks Where in the world is
Mr. Blinks' revolver? 1 forgot to take
it from under his pillow this morning.
New tilirl (a recent arrival) What's
it like, mum?
"It's about so long, with a crook at
BUCKLSN'B AKNICA SALV B.
The bes: ha!ve in tbt world for cuts,
nu wis. sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fevei
.ores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,,
ores and nil skin eruptions, and posi
ivt ly cures piles, or no pay required. Ii
s unarsriieer! to eive perfect salisfactiOf
r nioTi, y -i fmided. Price 25 certs pei
o- PW --.'. '-t Per--. Pahnsen.
"My son ilea, ord wim men who d-
Frsnk 'in .
ai i i ih v. r loose by it .
-sA V. i! 1
f?.?s. '-Jul v
one end. and it's bright like silver.
Kat ......hublv the cork had been lost out "I don't know, mum. unless it's that
-f ,iw,.i,ii thing little Tommv is hammering tacks
In the mii st of all this badinage i wid." Uood News.
THE NEXT MORNING I FEEL PRtGHT AND
NEW AND MY COMPLEXION IS BETTER.
Iy dx-f..r fr .tft- pi'iitlv on the r.mtRch. Ut
ninl ki'liM -vs. .-nut is a Tlca--itit lviiti- TIiik rirhik
riiailc rr-.rn iit-pfw, ana is itrviKinM fnruv as rasi.v
us t'a. II f-fa! Ini
LAKE S MEDICINE
All r!ru;iri'st3sll ft at nn1 .. imt nackntrf.
Tnv on t-nlav. ,rtnH Kamily Mfiiiftnt1 iimi
h how '' carh du . ill utMcr t lie ti'HUh , thi
No. 1-24 THIRD A VE.
A. M. & L. J. PARKER,
tFIr-r:as werk mil ti-iriu! al'ei linn to
K1NU Us UP.
lVlft.ln.n" No 1214
Pr Tiiiin.' K' ! itl v l-.t-ni' tly. Kn ouk ewry-wlu-r
mo' il tin- 1'itlif a -a. T r-mipt and
ffTcinal T! 4Ttir:i.ul utH'in i!,otiat. f'r.re
$1,eTi 1 rTf. -t-aU'! : ii.forn ation frttc. Adiirtss
. on Mmi a ("(.. Boston, M.
Ik. tlcMi'iiui-vs' M'Ki-iKies are Meieuilrtrally and
rnn-fullv ir.-iiare iirewi-iiituiiis : UMti f..r many
years In prlvnle prui-ii.-tf witlisu-ess,tiDd for over
thirty vars used l.y tliert-. .pie. Fv-ry HtUs'le Spe
clfli' l'u Mx-ial rare for the cilweaw named.
Ths- SH-iii,si cure wiibeut tlruKKtnit. pnrir
ins or reiiuciiiK the system, mid are in fset arid
dt-.-iitlunoviTe.gn reuiedienol t heWorld.
UST OF PP.IM'IFAI. S.W. Ct'RES. PRirrs.
I Frtcrih iMUftiestloB. lnlUmmatlon... ..J
i Worms, Worm Fever. Worm C-.llc . siS
H t 'ryiiiK ('olii-.orTeeililiiKoflnrantt
4 HiHl iTien. of ( hildreti or A.iults ... .-J.'i
3 llventerv oriplui;. liHIo i- Colic .-5
t iioleru tlorlin. Vomiting
7 I uuiiln, ( old. liroucliltis. .ii
N Neurn lain. Tootli?ehe. I'a.'earhe ... ...
ft ileudneben. Slt-k lieadaclie. Vertigo .-.iS
111 llvlepia. Kill. ois St.moirh 5
11 r-ut.rei.ft.ed or I'niiilul rrriods. i'i
H Win I en. on. 1'rofui lvrl.His
1 3 ( roup. Oiui'li, llfll.-ull bn-athlns ... .-ii
I I Snll Itfaruin. l.ryslielaa. Kninlii. .-J5
13 Hlieuimtli m. KheiiliiHtie l'nlns....
1 1 ever an. I Agar, t lillli., ilalarla.... .-"XI
17 l'ile, Hlinit or lileedine .Hit
1 f'ulnrrh, luHlienra. Cold lnthfriPd .50
20 W'buopiiiK Couitli. Vl,.l nt CoiiKtha. .50
lit lienernl liehilit . Ibysical Weukuesa .30
M7 Kidney Iisene !
iS ernns Debility 1.IIO
30 1 rinnry W eokneao. WettlnsBed. .30
3Z lieaseol tbelleBrt,Ful.lLuuonl.O0
8olJ liy Irugiri-st. or m-nt postpaid on receipt
f price, lm. Hihphketh' Misiii. (144 pax on)
rlcniv lniind In cloth and trold, mailed free.
"HTJMPHRETS' medicine ccx.
Cor. William and John Streeta, Mew York.
SAHTA-CLAUS-aOAP- Si MAIW
X. - '- exf
As : ' A rs(K
cvtRrv:riAN that ,ias amy oiie , ITx
And many wivi bl a uxc, (g
5PL7D HER ClNTvS fOP, . USEFUL CA:rl
Of FAIRBANK'S-SANTA-T-r ails-SOaP
Jotin Volk: cSc Co.,
8sh Doors Blinds, Biding, Flooring,
and all kind of wood work for baildera.
BlcDieentb su. bet. Third and Pomrth aTes.
Billiard Parlor Sample Room,
No. 117 Fighteenth Strft
JAnCS T. C'CONNOR, J Proorietors. VM. H. CATTON.
J. lTla CHtllSiTY,
KJIKUFACTURER OF CRACKERS m BISCUITS.
A k Yott r rV'Pr 'or T11.
1 h-x un- Bf t.
The ' briMy "Mi eh ' ai d 4 hriaiy "WarvB."
K K INLAND.
& tin cunranlcc to our nil n'fvtn lt-a-i', -wh a- wic MrnirTa
sX huhih, Ncrvoitsiu".. ..! . it It iirim:- uiitl i
ortan? tn either "'-x i t-v i .-
... M,wi'r'i tit.-i Tati o
imn ttri'i irr-atiny. j-iit up r.-i? r'itt-:i : .'iinv ri v ) . i. . M-r jai h
ul'i'I'V mtit1 ! r . W : : h TViur .r w c . i ini'f.ii i r t. . i-
4KTKK i si(i. or reJutHi the )n-ttt u- Circular jr-. - r v N :ko, ill.
in Rook fftlnnff v Mnr? .fe R-m.oi M . n-i '20h Ntr-t
v. FALL AND WINTER STOCK
zaVli-' ' Y-V of ti.vi.i-r rt'lMil l.v
.'.- ii v. ;J
avenport Business College,
COMPLETE IN ALL DEPARTMENTS.
FOK CATALOGUES ADDKES
J. C. DUNCAN. Davenport. Ia
TO THE AFFLICTED !
ivmfi i mm ire pn'MTiitimrif r t r. i!i
iim innis.H I ihy. ''-tan !" trlii-w m- rii-iTie
I UUlO WltB and Ni rvou- JK'i.mty
triru'riy mil iwrei tons or other ritUM's; al.-i
lirnni C ACCn UCU wn, mktm'wv wraknpv
TiliU JLL-fiOiU lYiLl ina!vaiif..i thotry,-,(-K .1
noy nurt KlmUUr tnmMoH. vie., will flint our Vt'thoO
it Trcatna'tit SuTe, 'trt:iin nnd Sr1v TK4-.
SEMINAL PASTILLES. S.
v niifnrt'tlie " Miveaiinje,'.t. Hr.W tIlt:miH
ho hasL'ivt iHTiriI attention to th?
flix's.- for m.ny jvnrs. (rH-ntit-s senn
nnl l'nMilU'8 whicn ni-t dirH't:y up m th
(1ieas'd orcnnn.and nature vtcr tM'ili
than Stomarh Metln-im". a tttcy nr noi
chHriKOfi ttyihe: irnMrn" juke anl rt'qitr:n
vhuiiKe of dii ior iniomiia:oninhninRss
HOME TREATMENT Ir?,1?.
t-o-tinfc from to i.ri.(t. iimM w Mi; uti
fill. I III .iitvrntiirivir t ti . rt v vnir. m Dr
WiMmn.s r-riviji- r;irth-. ;ive thi'mV tr:.i!.
C ppp 1 Plf Ol l"i"ti Kirtni vsnni! H!nititrrnrot
OfLulDU llUiOl rH-.it vu.y in o?n i. lour
UTERINE EUTRCPKiC ;S?S;I:r
l -.11 .r wnn furl .iTil..k'ut and Inli.rruatiun bfli.
Kmsniunj iihcr-. AJil-.-
THE PERU CHEMICAL CO..
183 WisroKSiH S hEET. WiUftAUKEE, W
Easily ami SitHflily liainti bv uciug
Turkish Ps s
This genuine Tnrkii-li Kuieily itivt?iy cures
Nervousness, WakefulnoH-. Kvil lren:us. Lassi
tude, Pain in the Hack, Vital KxliaUftion, anil
all dtftfa'6 caue-d iy Krrorb of ouh or Kx
cefHe8. It ifl convenient to tarry artii easy to
use. Price SI.O) pr box, or lor S'j.cO. A writ
ten guarantee to cure, or money rettiiniefl. jrfven
it h each .0 order. If th oTuuti' yoo atk
f or Hazzarak e Turkitih Pills has not trot them,
don't let him fool you itu his oiiv Umj.i.e and
heil you something else instead, hut feend Trice
to us aiui we will forward to you by n.ail, in
jilain, uinimrked nv?ka;e. We hiso Trat 'a
tienta bv mail. Addre 'I' HI. HAZAKAK
M KDK'i N K CO.f 2'jo Mouth hatifaiiicu Street,
Tlie Rock Island
Is the best medium through
which to reach the country trade.
Adrertisers should have their
announcements ready by Thurs
day morning to insure insertion
in the current week's ist-ue.
For sale by all fina-clape Grocery dealer. JJ rrV.'Vil ; . , ,V.
C. O. D.
221 and 223
Al. Laundry Work done on short notice.
A ipecialty of Dreea Skirts.
Prices as Low as the Lowest.
Live Stock Insurance Co.
Iosuna live atock agaioat death from acciJeut
rdiaeae. For ratea apply to
ED. UEBBRKNECBT. Aeent,
171i Seroxd avenue. Rock Island.
Billiard and Feel Farters.
ltalng 3i"t fnmlhed a line Parlor u :i.n suet
-q i ped it wiTh two of lir inw ck a'ke'a
tluest Billiard Tm1'. aim two fin xl
- IN THE CIGAR STORE
the CneM l'neof Impor'i-d nd Iionv nic Cifcara
and Tobacco in Ibe tnaraet,
1808 Second avevuk.
VIGOR OF r.lETJ
Easily, Quickly, Permanently Retora.
HeakarM, KfrvMMMM. lability mm all
the train of ert.t imtu sry HTurorlter e
the reuiu of overwork. ,ckDf. worry, etc PuU
trengta, derelopiaent, and tone r'eo to every
oiyan and p(rti'n f the bdy. tSitople, neAoral
mettMMlM. IrumediKt iujjmTeunt mwn. Vailore
ltn(HiiU)le. 2.v rrlr'u. U Mk. ' I'fiMiii ni
eud prtofp vatl wH!ed - fr. Addr
ERIK MEDICAL CO.. BUFFALO, M. Y.