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THE ABGUB, THURSDAY. JANUARY 14, 1892.
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viw tin- evii
ul llin ki't-ii-
imi-i It-iils liapp"iiil iiotloiii;
i ti r .s' t.'ii- sLory of ilasli-
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ii v. i- a
t Mood mill battle,
in in whose name i.i
in to the run;, ho
.:, lie was a I .vpe i
w is never sn happy its w hen
: -i.: :!-. never mj foul a- wheD
r.'.L4 i.ii- i'l hostile bayonets.
Ml i -t t ::e f the im-ii who fulloweil
li Mi':-!, in th-it, larnous "rai'l ot I-iw-r
. ii- story -tne story as 1 took it
ili't'i irnii; h.s hah lips. Ills name in
ii -i . . n-ir i nere; ne w as simpiy one
hr J '. -; !! ini'y arineil nl mounted
l:.. : il ue:v inspii'eii with lhl
- ;ut-ir J ii-eih-i il limier ius Mural'H
.;.:- r ! into the voleiiitv of A'lstriau
r is-eri:. or l'l'i-'llati'l.
ii- :- H w a ii:'!! inmi-r iiinl w as a ile legate
tie r- i-nt (itiveiili.ji. iit-re -but. when 1
i- t'll ol lerrii i,' iio'' fail from
- n; - ii; an ea-v. i-ijl ersiii inm rime.
i wt;;t 1 -i.iui- U at. his inil'l. ruddv
i i. iu 1 mil ii-ip i nn; r i-; .ii-i.im with
in- ii i ! ih'tii', mul suv of him tiint he
'-V- tiMiii i-n itiiii-rt-1 ii lu iii ils ever
thru i' m --Hi.; !eil it ship."
1 v.a- -i j' l !i' in-. i- tin; r:t'.-ir li-'hter lit
in w-s-i iMii w i-i-ii a L.'1'iii.leiii'iu ciail ill
.pi-i-ij t-i'!!- iiiiii n if In-. i lit t tie same mi-
ii-ii iitia yi.-iiif.i in- in' pii-f-renee with h
U:r it.-.ta w.-tvt-ti!1 i.;s liaiiu. I soon lit u.y
'ai a ti' i in w .itili , ii 4 him a- he per-hirm.-d
:t '.iii.l:ir act nu Lis own behtilf.
( liir eyes liien m. ati'l t Ini'i'h Iio word
'.-. i- spin. .-ii, we e i-h wi ;-e pnsitivo that
i uere h ei h --ii a r:.n;.ui,! remeiiibrauee or
:-r-iu.iii! . tlnmii im aiity atjil time were
-.. ii. : i ti in i .j'iipleti.-a renewal of nil lie-
;--.ii.r-i!;re i hri; existed years ao.
IU tui-L.-l hu,;' a-i'h-ainl was triviU'- un
'.( sul.ji-ei iii '.
i "in il atnl crii
" We've iin-i l.,
' V -, I'm si.r.
'A lei i' heri- a
" i hi- - ivit.-i-'
1 l Hi l.'l ii .
Ami tln-n 1 .
in. il. ye.i:-s I '
vl.i.-b i.i-y In- A
W't r-h-ar .
i!-ii'.v m i'.1- -'
V J i :
m j to make out."
i.'? hi: cried with a
-r. and then
til. We had met
Kansas City, from
t : a. eling for a well
Syne." and I sud-
:i mt the true, story
Lawrence, the re--iUi-e
is joily face,
;te of hmita-
' 'i'l-ei 'y, ''yiiii may or
1 r ' ' Hi-" :-I iei' un I lie fureiiooii of
i - .- -ii t h ii proi.rse I hail been
rente f. ,; tue lir-i t line since that
i'Jt-:..iU Hi tin- fail nt 1-i-j, an,j tie
'ne l-.i'f, t ii.iii.;ii v.i.sily improved,
'I me iiepieri-ani ly i,: that iliesino
il-lllt mi i'.i-i-w a lihiniiv irni. n,,,l,.r
I II (,
1 t"-'-'i Hiiiii-el liaTi 'l anil lA'eii-o ami
! ii.'ni ti.'- to;:, ir. uU favor.
lii u w-Ls a jinrnble War out. thurein
Vi uti and K.tusu.s. It truly nu iu-t"in-e:iie
war-a war whieh the leople
here 1 1 j tU; ahout. No, not, even when
iiettiiiiii drove till- plow of
our i.nrest hunl (Uid aoweil
your cit ies iu
-'- J hern neighbor
was against neigh-
"'ir; lei one w as t rn.-led
iki- a 1,-ver mist in the air, and fratricidal
"lo'i'l sta:nei reil the soil of
i was only Hl'M-n years i.l.l wh
inv ehler brot her. w ho ilieil nr.i.e f..t i-
I, , . 1 i'tiun(lu
"'' i'"'-,'":, I joined a com pan y whieh
'J iantreii was then formin-. He held a
' pillar i'iiuiiiii.s.iioii in tin. r..i.ru,i..,fu
In nu the
lirst he preferred
"u iiara mime- limi r.,,i,,i..,.
whieh bad such charms for him.
wiw a iMiirvlander l.v l.irM. ...,.1
'hiauofim extraordinary characteristics
'"yonil his sim-ular sted Rray eyes. They
wen- the most wonderful 1 ever saw in a
'ii iti s heail, and when you looked into
tin-in your reason wits roiid; you were stu
liclleil. i .j.sl. ,jayH W(. vv,,,,!,! ch1j jt
' Anion-; us liie boys uuaiiimoiLsly
s'ee,l i the words of .Serjeant Zeb I'ikc,
liiat he rouldu't couut fer it noway les-fc"iu.v.-er
it bo tho bomed devil iu him.' Ho
''"Uid have had women at his feet by the
f iore, for he was handsome aud wondrous
h "-" run-, as plenty of other men are, but
h" never deiyned them a a.ssiii glance,
tiiuiiKh .always courteous and low voiced
,l-ail times. He seemed to love war and
ar only, aud ouue, after a tierce charge
' liica we had rout ed or captured a force
cavalry twice our size, he turned to
-'"iiteiianr. Oregj;, now u deputy marshal
it lii(lepe.i,.m.Pi Mo
.."'V'1' "lack, how elorious it is! Why
Mint they bold out just a little longer!"
'n "jslit his eyes seemed literally to emit
parks aud l,is ;.im wfts uuorrjn;. There
" pi'culmr thing aliout
There was j ot a sword iii the whoie com
maud. yuatrt-U rt-liel on his revolver
entirely. He un1 to si y that the sword
was antiquated; that a c liimii of cavalry
i-hari;iutf with four revo vers to each man
had infinitely the advantage over an in
fantry retimeiit which received them with
fixed bayonets, or an equal or even superi
or numberof opposing; cavalry armed with
carbine and saber. By the time his com
mand struck the foe tl ere were so mauy
holes in their ranks th t it was an easy
matter to charge through them aud take
them in flank or rear-, .iemember, Uuan-
treil fought no Kreat battles, but in small
j actions, cuttluj? off traius, capturing stray
j regiments, etc., he wiu as truly a genius as
Napoleon ever was.
"lie didn't enforce strict discipline in
camp except with the jrnard mount, but
he was inexorable that jvery man should
know how to load and lire riding at a
gallop; he paid small he d to military eti
quette, but he sternly insisted that every
man's revolver should be iu the best of
order, and I have seen oiin order a most
severe punishment upo i a man who had
his weapons in bad shap ; and passed by a
party of druukeu troop -rs quarreling and
cursing over a Kame of cards.
"When in the enemy's country we lived
on the enemy. Wenl .vrys traveled lightly
equipped and wit h gretio speed. I remem
ber an order of his, '."M rapiers will
shot,' which had the elTect of always keep
inn us in a compact lx dy. These are the
main points of (iiaulr li's ideas of war.
nud by which be always came out victori
ous. Anecdotes I could tell you by th;
dozen, but I have not ni w the time."
l'he narrator paused, relighted his ex
tinguished ciuar and, w th what 1 thought
a half resumed:
Well, to ret to that i-. flair at Tawreuce,
Q.iantrell had received Mitn:- terrible blows
at. the bands of the red lets, us the Feder
als were called in A:il;i st of that year, I
think. Sever il of his b-st men had been
canebt by them and hum; without showof
trial. The James bi-oi hers, Jesse and
1'innk, bad both been waylaid, wounded
and escaped after a de-perate firht, and a
number of resiectalle old farmers iu Jack
sou, Clay and Liberty c ount ies. whence we
drew the larger port ion of our supplies of
tood, stock mid recruits, had been brutally
used during one of tin se periods iu which
Quaul reil temporarily lisbnntled hiscorps
to meet at a certain tin.e aud place.
heu tiie nicdit of the rendezvous ar
rived we mustered abut 25U strong and
were paraded in the moonlight iu an open
clade iu the bit; forest.
"Quantrell had little to say, but I never
saw bis brow so stern nud his eye so sciu-
tiilaut with vengeful vruth. He rode up
atul down our lines twice closely scaariihK
bis men. Then he ad Iressed them a few
brief words, telling them of what had
lieen done aud of the f eterminatiou of the
enemy to ruin them at all hazards. He
notiiied me that we wi re coing to execute
a signal act of vengea ice, but what it was
not one knew .save his two lieutenants.
' "It any man le tve the rauks w ho
doe-u t wish to (?o, .sa d Quant reil, 'but'
and all understood what 'but' meant.
1 1 there were any trai'ors among us just
to spy tie would be lerfon-e to come and
Uo as we ilut, or if lie wished to draw out
now at this supreme moment he well knew
that the way within a dozen yards would
be checked by a storm of bullets from t he
tiucst pistol shots in t it; world.
"iii we were told to break rauks, give
our animals a Iced an I eat one ration aud
cook another. That was all we curried in
the way of provisions.
"The moot) had scarcely reached her
meridiun splendor when we set out on a
frosty night all night long; the creaking
of the horse furniture and the didl tramp
lent a pleasing monotone to the oppressive
stillness of the night. We were all in au
ticipation of some u itisttal event and the
majority of us were very somlier aud si
lent. "At last, just as tin faint, parhelia in the
east over the level pn.irie laud began to an
nounce the upproacl ing dawn, a halt was
ordered and Quantre 1 sent forward Gregg
and a score of men to take the bridue over
the little stream soi ic six miles this side
"Aleautime we breakfasted on cold ra
tions, and such as hid it took a drink of
whisky. It was very dark and dismal lis
the wind swept the mist wreaths here aud
there over the vas . silent prairie aud
tossed the tall grasses into billows re
sembling thoi-e of the Atlantic under a
heavy ground swell. It Wits very ghostly
standing t here, hand on mane and foot iu
stirrup, impatiently wailing for some
sound from the lront, while the gi
gantic figures of the orderlies moved
through the damp gloom like specters of
the Hrocken calliug t he morning roll.
"Suddenly tiring v as beard barf a mile
in front, wiiere Greg j had gone. Then all
was still. Then came over the prairie the
rapid hoof beats of a fast horse. The rider
soou became visible and went direct to
"'We killed thre'. captured nine, and
Captain Gregg awai's orders, sir.'
"'Fall into your troop,' replied Quail
trell, anil to the bitga'f:
" I'oots and saddl rs!'
' Loud, long, clear mil dirill tin: beautiful
refrain rang out, a id ere the bugler had
his instrument well under his arm we had
got the order.
" -nightdress, forw ard trot gallop!' We
had already been arranged iu columns of
four, and along we thundered, passed the
bridge without a halt, where Greggjoined,
leaving a party to care for the Federal
killed and wounded, and as they were soou
again in ranks I opine that they put their
own construct inn on their orders and slew
the whole layout! Oh! they were barba
rous. "1 can't dwell oc what remains to be
told; we sighted Lawrence just at day
break and went into the town with a wild
rush and whoop which startled the regi
ment of infantry losted just across the
rlver- AQU U,L"" 11 e moony wont ucgan;
i uo wouuer women ;iuu i-iiuiiii'ii nriu num
in that wild raid, lor there was no time
for discrimination as we knew not at
what moment the torce opposing us would
be largely increas ;d by re enforcements.
Sweeping through the town, applying the
torch right and h ft, we went. Hut that
part of the story is known in history."
M. C. Johnston in Atlanta Constitution.
A Remarkable Knife.
In a New York ci tlerv store is exhibited a
knife about seven inches long and nearly six
inches square at the ends, from the four
sides of which sti :k out iu all direction
o05 blades, saws, awls, screw drivers, picks,
scissors and so on. The knife looks like a
large magnet wit i iron filings attached.
It was made in i he western part of the
state and cost fci,0. Yankee Blade.
The tie uf lieils.
The iuside of lie Isteads aud slats should
be washed out with one of the powerful
cleansing preparations uU least once a year
aud fresh preventive of straying insects
put in the crevices of the bedstead. , In
this matter as iu many others, an ounce of
prevention is wort h a pound of cure. Sew
GRAND CANYON OF THE COLORADO.
The Great Natural Voniler In a Desolate
Corner of tho Voited States.
The Grand Canyon of the Colorado is a
gor'e in which all other famous gorges
could be lost. Some of you have, perhaps,
ridden through the "Grand Canyon of the
Arkansas," on the Denver and Kio Grande
railway in Colorado, and many more have
seen the White mountain notch and the
Franconin notch in New Hampshire. All
three are beautiful; but, says a writer in
St. Nicholas, if any one of them were du
plicated in the wall of the Grand Canyon
of the Colorado, and you were looking from
the opposite bank of that great chasm, you
would have to have your attention called
to "those scratches" on the other side be
fore you would notice them at all. If you
were to take tho tallest mountain cast of
the Kockics, uproot it and pitch it into the
deepest part of the Grand Canyon of the Col
orado, its granite top would not reach up
VITIIIN TUK Cl;.ND CANYON.
to the dizzy crests of the cliffs which hem
In the awful bed of this great river. If you
were on the st ream and New York's Statue
of Liberty were upon the cliffs, it would
look to you like the tiniest of dolls.
The Grand Canyon lies mainly in Arizona,
though it touches also I'tah, Nevada and
California. With its windings it is uearly
TOO rades long, and in many places over a
mile nnd a quarter deep. The Yosemite
and the Yellowstone, wonderful as they
are in their precipices, are babies besid-
this peerless gorge. As Charles Dudley
Warner has said, "There is nothing else on
earth to approach it."
The walls of the Grand Canyon are in
most places not perpendicular, but seen
from iu front they all appear to be. They
are mostly of sandstone, but in places of
marble, and again of volcanic rock; gener
ally "terraced" iu a maimer entirely pecul
iar to tho southwest, aud cleft iuto in
numerable "buttes " which seem towers
and castles, but are infinitely vaster and
more noble than the hand of man could
ever rea r. Very few see this canyon. Most
of it lies in nn absolute desert where are
neither people, food nor obtainable water
for the river h.-us carved this indescnb
able abyss of a trough through a vast up
land, from which in many places a descent
to the stream is impossible. And yet tho
canyon is eiisily reached at some points.
The Atlantic and I'ucuic railroad comes
(at Peach Springs, A. T.) within twenty-
three miles of it, and one can take a stage
to the canyon. In the cut here reproduced
from St. Nicholas is afforded a fine view of
this natural wonder.
The. News of tlio Day.
Paid I. "Little maidens,
W ill you tell me, pray.
Little maidens," said 1,
"The news of the tlu
My good sir," said they,
"W e will tell it you true."
Said they. "My cood sir.
We will tell it to you:
D'YOC THINK TIINT IT'S TKlK?
"Last night Mother Hubbard
Devoured in in r cupboard
The u-liole of a pooseherry pie;
An owl who knew her.
Said, '.Mother. I'm sure
It's a mercy there's noliody by
Said I: "Little maidens,
L'yiit! think that it's true?
1 really can sea reel. v
lielieve it, can you.-"
Said they, "My good sir.
It's cm true as a book
You can see for yourself
If you will only look."
A Short Lecture to Boj .
Always speak the truth.
Make few promises.
Act up to your engagements.
When you speak to a person, look him in
Good company and good conversation are
the very sinews of virt ue.
Good character is above all things else.
Keep good company or none.
Never tie idle.
Your character cannot be essentially in
jured except by your own acts.
If one speak evil of you, let your life be
so that none will believe him.
Make no haste to be rich if you would
prosper; small and steady gains give com
petency, with trauquillity of miniL
Never play at any kind of game of
Avoid temptation, through fear you may
not withstand it.
Never run in debt unless you see a very
wrtain way to get out again.
Never speak evil of any one.
He just before you are generous.
Dos llriglit and Cat Fright.
Poor Dog Bright
Han off with all his rnicht
Because the cat was after him,
Poor Dog Bright.
Poor Cat Fright
Han oiT with all her might
Because tho dog was ai tur her.
Poor Cut Fright.
Franklin had a servant who was always
tite, but never without some specious ex
fuse. At length he dismissed lam with
"I have generally found that the man
a-ho is good at an excuse is good for noth
&24- "f--5iijf is?i"f
7-6 M Wcwxv. jlsartr
i,iW;' r' ! 1 : ..Cv.'; j
To Kervtti ana lebitated ktx.
If you will send me vour address we
will mail jou our illustrated pamphlet
explaining (.11 about Dr. Dye's celebrated
electro voltaic belt and appliances, and
their charming effects upon the nervous
dabilitated system, and how they will
quickly restore you to vigor, manhood
and health. Pamphlet free. If you are
thus afflicted, we will send you a belt and
appliances on trial.
voltaic Belt Co.. Marshall. Mich.
We have sold Ely's Cream Balm about
three years, and have recommended its
use in more than a hundred special cases
of catarrh. The unanimous answer to our
inquiries is, "it is the best remedy that I
ever used. Our experience is. that
where p-rtiis continued its ue. it never
failed to cure. J. II. Montgomery &
Co.. Druegists, Decorah, Iowa.
When 1 bigan using Ely's Creim Bfdm
my catarrh was bo bad I had headache
the whole time, and discbsrged a larpe
amount of tihhy matter. That lies til
most entirely tiiaiippeared, and I have
not hal headnche since. J. II. Sum
mers, Stephney, Cot n.
Now Try Thit.
It will cost ycu Do hing aud will surelv
do you gocd, if jou have a cough, cold,
or hny trouble with throat, chest or
lungs Dr. King's Xew Di-ioverv for
consumption, coughs Htd coius is guar
actccd to give reli f. or mocev will be
psirt back. Suff.nrs from L Grippe
found ii jjst the thing atd under its use
bud a spicdy and perfect recotry. Try
a Shinple butt'e at our expense and learn
for viiurult ju-t how pood a thing it is.
trial bottks free at llr'z &, Bshnsen't
drug store. Luige s.ze Sue and .L
S. II. Clifford. Ne Cassel. Wis , was
troubled with nt.-urHlcn Hnd rhcuiraii-m
his stomech was disordered, his liver wss
hffected to n alnrraii'g decree, tppetit"
fell away, and he was terribly reduced
ii fiV'&b. snd strer.gih. Three bottles ot
Elictrtc Bitters cured him,
Eiwsrd Shepherd. Hariisburg, 111 , had
a running i o e on b's leg of e'gl t years'
standing. Used three bottles of E eclric
Bitters sn.l eeveri box. s of Backlens
Arnica Silve, and his leg is sound and
well. Joh.-t Speaker, Catawbi. Ohio, hd
five large fever sores on his lee, doctor
said he was incunble. One bottle Elec
tric Bit-tots and -one box Bucklt-n's Arnica
Sf.lve cu'ed him entirely. Sold by
ll'ina & Bahnsen, druii store.
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ir h'ioacy returtdtii. Trice cej-ts pet
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TO AU TIOMEKS.
An auctioneer told us the
other day that one of the hard
est things he hud to d was to
cry farm sales out in the opvn
air in the wind. The effort to
mak himself heard by a con
course of people was sufficient
generally to bring on an attack
of hoarseness that, if he didm-t
guard agaiii&t carefully, would
give him severe bronchial
trouble, and unlit hira lor work
for several days said that
latnly he had begun nping
Keid's German Cough and Kid
ney Cure r.nd had touni that
it worked like a oh -nn. This
i nut a fictitious stat-ment. but
the abeo ute truth For cough",
colds and bronchial troubles, it
has to eqaal It contains no
opiate or other prison, but is
mild and sa'e. while it arts at
once, and will relieve t?e most
severe case t f throat or lung
trcub'e For sle by a.l deal
ers. Srr.vj Rkmkpy Co.,
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Hoods iha Fin
Prices tie Lewes
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Send for Cataiorue.
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avenport Business College,
COMPLETE IN ALL, DEPARTMENTS.
TOR CATALOGUES ADDRESS
J. C. DUNCAN. Davenport. Ia
13 THE AFFLIOTEO !
tw5tJ5 hT pay Mir to quacks when the best
ft'fi"ftJ n,iH'ca' trontnifctcan be lind fjr n'an'
"fc.'-iiljp ahle jwkf jf 'l'he I Vrat 'bom ical ".. p"e-
wwipwf tams.a physician ot world-wide repute';
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10-hs tf Memory, Iswndi'jicy. etc
Iruiu early lodi!orrt(onsirotherrau.'H5; al
Uinni F.AHFn IPI! who 11PfJncc n weanw
mlUULL'HULU IttLfl inadvaiiceoi theiryean.Kitj
ney nnd Bladder trouble-, etc.. will flnU our Mi'tii.ji3
-1 'i reatiuent u Safe, Certain nnd fcpefdy criiK.
riflt'll DUCT!! I CO KKprKncoproTOTihatIn
JtWIV AL rAO I ILLLO. n-rn:U aietltcincs ihw wtU
notvureihe"?oveai4nients. Ir.w illtam
wboliasci ieeial nttentfon to those
diseases I or m.tny years. precr;bes Semi
nal 1'asitlles which act di recti t upon the
disoasfMj onraris,and restore vieur bur
than Stuninrh Medicines, an tiiey an' t.'i
chaiijZtH. hythc triist ricjtiue an;! roiiiti : :
change o" diia.riiiterTupUuiiiiitiiiiies
ciisriniz fr.im ?:..liil t'i?ir..l., n-tj wiTh nn
f nilm.-r snot-ons J , tr itvi-r t Ii ir v ir irv it. 1 1-
ii'ii::r' privato pnti-.H-o. Civn Hut:, h tn;i.
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LOU IU f J.Cll rpint izit In tjiu- to !mr on- s
ilTvSH'C Cr'TrnrIJ'n Sure Cure for all fom-.,.-U
C.litL Lb I IU I Rib Kcninlo Wehkni'y. etc.
Cull tii-vrnio furCiiiiili'PiiC andl:io.irsiOii.;nLM.rc
eouaulliuc otii-rs. A-1.H'-.
THE PERU C K.i?!CA. CO.,
1S3 WlSrCMfiiH SThEET. H.LWAUKEE, "WI
For sale by all nrst-cias Grocery dealers
C. O. X).
221 and 223
Al. Laundry Work done on short notice.
A ipecialty of Dress bklrts.
Prices as Low as the Lowest.
Dr. Keniron'a Kt-1 ab e Bemedy. Famous every
where among the ladies as sa'e. prompt and
eSectnal Tbe original icoman't lalvation. Phte
$1, sent direct, scaled ; information free. Address
Caiun M edirai Co., Boston, Mas.
VP ol M
p 3 -ass
' 5cMc BARLEY,
A OhiX BE ilSi--
w a v-
A-k Yonr f r.vi r 'nr Thorn.
T t i y are V.' !.
Tbe Chri-ty "Otster" axd i br:ty "Wifib."
Ef C 5 ISLAND.
run? all irv.;ii! it f.-s mvh a V-:t lonvry.
lioot una in r-jWi r. iit'a:iri,. nR'-tium-", fi x, a. n; i i,:ni iy Kiuij
Hions, jNi-r ou?rii.'S3, LitsMttivio. a.U.r..i:(.- niM ! cf peHt-rof ho t iraf t- e
rk'iins in iihers"X rane.i by iror rvrnnri, youthful orrn s. ir xi'cm
of t'ttaH. opium or st inmlants v.-!ii;i,i ti !. ;i i t !nTi; t"(.i:suirp
tion and Insanity. Iul up ton v en ion 1 1 carry in vo-t p"i Ikft. 1 i r pat k
nf'by niHi'; li-rS-5. With pvry c.ii'.t c c-.r-'iirritfi-r m r 'if-v forrc
or rtjund the mom i. Circular lrec. u'jr'?a -Nerve Heeti t'b.t l'tvic&io tli.
Bahnaco, 3'1 Ave. ted 2,.Hh strict.
FALL AND WINTER STOCK
of Goods rercived bv
ESfCali and Examine.
A. D. HUESiNG,
Represents. atDOtn; other i'.me-tnea spa wcl
tiow a Firelisnracce Companie he followlcg:
Pojal Irnnrnr,ce Company, of England.
WetcheiterFire Inn. Company of N. Y.
Botlaio German In. Co., Butla'.o, N. Y.
Rochct r German Ir. Co., Iiochofler, N. Y.
" Citiietts Ino. Co., of Pittsburgh, Pa.
Pnn Fire Oflice. Iordon.
Union In?. Co., of California.
Security Ins. Co.. Sew FiWn, Cn' L.
J'.iiwaiiKte W-ch:ir.ic! Inf. O i., Milwaukee, WtH
German t'irelne. Co..of I-oria. I-i,
OfSce Cor. 19th St., and Second Aye.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
J. M. BUFORD,
General . . .
The old Fire ami Tinie tricd Ccmx units
Losses Promptly Paid.
Rate? as !nw as eny reliable compar.y ran aSord.
Your Patronage i soiici'ed.
Live Stock Insurance Co.
Insnns live stock against death from accident
ordiseaie. For rats apply to
ED. LIBBSHKNECHT. Agent.
171 Seroxd avenne. Rock Island.
Tbe Rock Island
Is the best medium through
which to reach the country trade.
Advertisers should have their
announcements;ready by Thurs
day morning to insure insertion
in the current weeks issue.