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THE ABQUB, SATUBDAY, JANUARY 23,
, ufADI I I W I J I II U LJ l I I I I r n.
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If men riiwil less for wealth ami fame
Vi'l les ,,,r l)nHl'HMa unl glory:
i'.vril " li i ruttii hearts a n:;nie
.ui.mI IwttiT tbnn in son rr story:
if n.'ii i"-'"""' "f "urainif pride
learn to liato it mid abhor it;
1 1 more relied
( n luvo to itnidu.
T),e iv.irlc! would be the better for iU
If men Krr-' Ki"' '" litll tuititri
A.Ti'Ciiti-' 1S 'n u" their dealings;
If heart- had fewer runted strinm
To !t'i:iie lln ir kindred feelings;
If rnt-n. '-I"'" Wrong beats down the Riylit.
Wi : -! rike U't-'ether to restore it:
1: lliht inaile Mijjlil
In rvr lii;lit,
1' i- win v.l lie the boiler for It.
ni'lya little Ncpulusc tea
nut strong mid hrt)vn, with
, of j.'t black hair coiled
I t .lark fckin s!ie was very prc-t-.
:l -e t.'ii-N;o: nut the least of her
liar-'1' lii-aiity ere her larne, brilliant
Hut slo-ili.l tint kiww that tue mh
.,'.,,! rl:.i:-i:i-'tin o'iitnim to her race, fur
,,.r in . Ii.t ai;il si-tin were always too
.n-a-v el t. i 'J hei .1 to think of lieautv
i are lint given to roinpli-
:i i i
i i l.!s of llarjeerlinfi, in the
.hi' Himalayas, she was toil
ir 1 t-.-ttiiTtii t plants where fur
Mii-itorx liad toiliU before
i :i there throughout every
i isoii. every one of tlio lif
.;' I.r evenlless life, anil the
n-..erei;tereil her heHil thrt
v :.i- ,-i'iy where els-. nor that
:i "anywhere else." for that
l.iy in particular a party of
w ;i !i. l. ri tiLj aiiiMut Darjeer
. v at leiiu'lh eatne into the
un-re one of them, n yoiiii
n.:'M...l Mainwariiij;. spied her
i-.' yoimif niirirer, that," ho
:i i 1 h a in h in 1 he ilireet ion of
marked his comiviuirin:
"iiiit K-ans y in v. man is alwavs a relative
(I'l.itili y TI 'v are or are not koihI look
in.' ai-.-ordiin: to your tnste and condition
o'iieeiiilui.iy. The divine Blanche, now.
i;.il'I:1 !;! iii:ive ui;h you."
"1'lie !;vine I.laiu-he. fortunately, is
mi ii..;i . k tiv, so 1 don't see what she
i ivi:..t in he iinii.'.tient. Mainwariny
I' live-anil fort v do not wo
-imIii I lie orhs of li viwiml-t wenty.
I older man than you are, and''
i u dm :"
; ii-:. (x-rhaps, ami perhaps a great
l; ;i I lie .t hers are hurrying on
i m. ;i. i- and wo iiiu-t lint detain
i-l!ts,.. is passed out of the planta-
;i ii. -in',' seen ny ri Kiiada.
''''- "iin! Iinek to the ten fields
f t ;": ). ! ln,,k at the "younjr nier"
the I.. M. is- i ',- innrninst: and he came alone.
Ti l!). :!.! as a hit startled at fiodio
lulu sn.i.ien: cli.st hoide her, with that in
l is r'l'r which she had never xren in ninn's
-Ni.t i tin to alarm her, Mainv. nring
I ;rti.il away.
l!. i:., Colonel Fritch. was nn tl...
ln t.'l portico when he came in.
"Ili i-u hunting up more niggers?" he in
.Mainwariim howe.l stiffly and entered
Hip lion-, wi: bout answering. He was not
inly atiiiovi ,1 hm indignant. Friteh was
an a-. v.-!ls dignifying the merest
nothing j (ie ,vori,i. Whom could it
liarm if . ,, Kne j,.,, f()r R stcon,j
'''""'' :!'" little Nepalesu? What was
hu or at y oiher Hindoo woman to him?
llieywere interest ing to lotik at, and he
Klii'.iild continue lookimj at them all he
l''a-ed. and if Friteh had anything more
to Ray about it he would cut the Fritch
I'arty. siay at Daijeei lin' as lout; as lie
"i' away when he got ready.
1 ii iii t inoriiir:K he made a third trip
'Ibis time, after persistent exertions, ho
iitatii.-! toenpiso Ti-liliatla in conversa
""). ihat is, he prevailed upon her to
Wen to his questions and n.mark3 and to
make ooaMon.,1 Jitlie monosyllable nn
"uts theivunto. This was not very edi
'!. and bad the jrirl been less pretty
.M.iaisyarui- w.hi have voted it all a
" very pleasant to see her
'd hps shape themselves into varying
' a ''""cs, and there was a suggestion
music iilwut the words themselves.
.Vamw.w mo's i.ilsrimages to the planta
.11 ,.,v numerous, hut not another word
i.il frii. l, -ay about Ti-Ilhada.
1 tbuiiLht ou people vere only goin";
n iay beri- a week," said iMainwarini? to
f'f-'li one afternoon when Ti-Khada "had
"ti parinulnrly interesting and her
bite admirer in consequence was particu
"We 1 i in I m.:....i: .. ,
r,.fr. i ., J -eiiu very pleasant and
r, V"8, ,Vi,H liti:h's rt'nlr- """'1
aie n. s aru , hurry t( nwn but
3o.il young hl.Hl is Kuthering imca
we for an immediate liegira, I'll call
l can loether and we will hie us
that i ""'i1" 110 liurry about go'ng-or
wb.il ' 11 llo,'s"'t concern me in the least
.ether we g,, ,,r Ktily. ,5llt it ha,
c trred to Die that your original plan was
tim!'-!- "m ' ,'l!,y Mainwari,1K suspected
, i V . was li,d t0 a llim. and by
Hard day thereafter he was sure of it.
it w its phased mightily. Surely he must
b J"0""; rtPBPth t character when
"otn heathen and civilized women were
-j.rm ted by him!
lu a little time a change came over Ti
vi,'"! v, 8 not onl-v "'stened and assented
ben Maitmaring talked, but talked her-
h'.o'far. uueau-tl. little heathen
Alainwaring was more than ever fasci
''ed; but somehow he felt constrained
delay denioustrations of affection.
t!","1 the lurk uePt of Ti-Rhada-s
1,'iv I i WttS tUat which Jowert that
,.?. t0 Ukt would be no liuht thing,
luree weeks from the day he first saw
L'rilt I- C Ume il WHS ter t
kreet him with a beaming face, she met
"'in almost sullenly one moraine;.
oat nf " d',nt f ,UULh co-xinK e worme.1
bo it her own age, had lost her lover,
j-iui worse, in absconding he had ttiken
bL . ?re witU ". tor she was now an
' Ueet of coutempt and derision to her en
' What will she do now?" usUed Maiu
ar g, endeavoring to muffle the stab the
u? ws tn M own purposes.
-wi. ""''I Ti-Rhada stolidly.
else 1 ft for her to do?"
lover " 10 mi couutrJ" 6,ie would kill her
es7 It is linltk. T.i: n i .
...... ,iuio lucu. 1 SUOUUU
spondeil Mainwariugquickly. "1 I should
tie aintui ot you.'
Silence seemed a mon-el so much sweeter
than speech to the girl's palate that morn
ing that Mainwaring soon became uncom
fortable and went avay. After much
ruminating hi. decided to leave the hotel
the next day, TTurn to Calcutta and thence
home to England. But ' he following morn
ing when he went for a farewell glimpse of
her Ti-Rhada smiled b r sweetest, and was
so much more gracious than ever that he
lost his head entirely.
The weeks which followed were full of
blind, unreasoning joy. Not a thought did
they give either to the Hst or to the future.
The present was all sullicient.
When fall came, an 1 the tea fields no
longer troopt! with rown skin mil folk,
and there was a sharp chill in the hill nir,
Mainwaring got a lutt r from his parents!
The intelligence whici it conveyed filled
him with dismay.
He was commanded to start for home at
once, so he would be there by Christmas
time, find he was notified that he would lie
expected to marry his fiancee immediately
upon his arrival. He was threatened with
disinheritance if he ventured to deviate
from this course in th.; slightest degree.
No mention was m ule in the letter of
either Ti-Iihadii or Fritch, but that the
latter had told the Main waring every
thing in his ken about the little. Xepalese
it was plainly to lie se in.
Mainwaring was furious. The washed
out blonde splendors t f Blanche no longer
attracted him. Ti Rh ula was the only wo
man in the world for vhom he cared. But
he must have nicney. Ti-Rhada and
poverty was a combination which failed to
conjure him with lasting spell. If he
could have money in i he degree of abund
ance essential to his t istes only by leading
Blanche to the alt.v. why. to the altar
Blanche should be hil.
But he would not :ive up Ti-Rhada!
As tactfully as he .-ould he told the girl
his position, dilating emphatically upon
the hopeless helplessness poverty "would
plunge them both into. There was but oun
thingtodo.be nssu eil her; he must gj
home, marry Blanche, tolerate her for a
few weeks, till he rrould got his money
affairs in good comlit ion, and then fly back
to Darjeeriing and his heart's darling once
Would Ti Rhada t -list him so much?
l.ong mid steadil she looked into his
eyes, till she seemed to have searched out
his every secret hope and fear.
'Yes. I will trust you." she finally said.
"You may go and i nd do as you say. You
love me. You will ome back to me."
With every oat h of constancy a frenziiil
lover can think of lu swore to keep faith
('old and pnssiotilt ss with the pain of it,
all as the bronze sh. looked like, was Ti
Rhndu the day he U ft her; nud when the
train had borne bin. away she sank into a
tittle pulseless heap and neither moved uor
spoke for hours.
March was to have found him back in
the Himalayas again, but he did not come.
Nor did April bring him. nor .May.
Once among peop eof his own kind, little
by little he began wondering if he had not
made a mistake in tailing in love with th.
coarse little N'epale- tea gatherer. In the
course of two mont is he was sure of it.
He bad been a fool.
Of course he would not go buck. The
girl will soon forgot him for some more
conveniently ndjac-nt lover. It was the
fashion of her race. Perhaps she had for
gotten him already It was silly of him to
have felt conscience stricken nfter all.
"Do you know, d -ar, that 1 am really be
ginning to doubt the justice of my first im
pressions and believe that you truly do
love me?" said his wife several weeks after
their marriage. "I should be the happiest
of women, for I hae married the rarest of
treasures, a modest man almost a shy
In .Tune t hey we it over on the Continent
to a little fishing village on the coast of
Norway. This sp it was now very dear to
them, for it was the scene of their first
One afternoon, when the sun made the
air almost sultry, Blanche drowsed off and
fell asleep in her hammock, her husband
sitting beside her.
He soon wearied of smoking, found read
ing a Iwire and set' led himself back in his
chair for a nap.
When he was n airly asleep there came
the pressure of a i old hand upon his brow.
Awakening with a start he found himself
face to face with Ti-Rhiula.
She moved silently down the lawn,
beckoning him to follow.
Terrified beyoi d power of resistance, he
In the midst of a little clump of trees she
stopped and faced him, fixing her great
dark eyes upon uis with long and search
ing scrutiny, the same us she had done the
day he left her.
After a time a shaking sob, like a mortal
convulsion, wan wrenched from her bosom,
and the rich brenze darkness forsook her
skin and left it gray and ashen.
"I see I u tide -stand," she said quietly.
"Y'ou are all hers. Nothing within you is
mine anv more, tior his neither."
"I speak of tl e little dead babe, lying
alone under the tea plants in the Darjeer
Mainwaring groaned, but could not move.
Nor could he even raise a defensive arm,
though be saw what her clenched hand held
wheu it flashed upward into the air be
fore it fell wit j smiting force upon his
He felt the sudden sharp pain, saw the
crimson answer his life blood made to her
knife, lurched, caught himself and fell
backward upon the turf; but not an artic
ulate sound did he utter, not even when he
watched her tirn from him and glide
swiftly, noiselessly toward the sleeping
Blanche. Lew Vanderpoole in New York
Near Horn Head, County Donegal, Ire
land, there is a hole in the rocks called Mc-
; ftwiney's gun. It is on the seacoast, and
j is said to have connection with a cavern.
' When the north wind blows and the sea is
at half flood tin: wind and the wares enter
the cavern and send up jets of water from
the "gun" to a height of more than 100
, feet. The jet9 of water are accompanied
j by explosions which may be heanl for
SNOW, SLEET, ICE AND HAIL.
Rtaipfe Facts About Thrne Fror.en Falls
or Water from the Cloud.
"We all know what snow is," you will
fcty, perhaps. Well, then, wi'l the ordi
nary reader tell what he knows about
snow? "It falls from the sky in white
flakes," says one. "It's frozen rain," re
marks another. "It's water frozen," says
This last answer is the nearest of all.
Snow is not snow, paradoxical as that
sounds. Snow is ice! Flakes of snow are
ice crystals white, because reflecting
light. Just as alum crystallizes and rock
CRYSTALS OF PSOW.
crystal assumes varied and beautiful
forms, so ice crystallizes into six rayed
stars. It is to Professnr Tyndall that the
world is chiefly indebted for the descrip
tions of snow crystals and ice flowers. He
describes a snow shower as a shower of
frozen flowers. "When snow is produced
in calm air," he says, "the icy particles
build themselves into stellar shapes, each
possessing six rays." We reproduce
lome drawings of snow crystals from the
professor's book, "Heat ns a Mode Qf Mo
lion." Hear him once again, "Let us im
Hgino the eye gifted with a microscopic
power sufficient to enable us to see the
molecules which compose those starry
crystals; to observe the solid nucleus
formed and floating in the air; to see it
drawing toward it its allied atoms, and
these arranging themselves as if they
moved to music and ended by rendering
that music concrete." This six rayed star
is typical of lake ice also.
Snow sometimes reaches us in a partly
melted condition. Under these' circum
stances it is called sleet, and snow being
much lighter than rain (ice is lighter than
water) it descends less directly and repre
sents about one-tenth the depth of the
rainfall. The use of snow in warming the
parth is universally acknowledged, and as
it is such a bad conductor a man in a snow
hut will soon become unpleasantly warm.
Ice is only water in another form, and
snow is ice, and it is the air in the snow
that gives it warming properties. These
are all simple facts, which anyone by ob
servation and careful reading and study
may soon ascertain for himself. We have
another frozen fall of water from the
clouds, viz., hail, which may pos&bly be
the development of sleet. Hail is formed
by the falling rain being frozen in its de
scent, or when different currents meet in
the atmosphere. A hailstorm is accom
panied wit h a rushing sound, as if the hail-
stones were striking against each other.
They are very destructive, and actual hail
showers occur in summer more fretpaently
than in winter, and a peculiarity noticeable
with regard to hail is its infrequent occur
rence during the night.
Almost lVriiclual Motion.
It is not generally known that a novel
motor is running at the patent office in
Washington, and has been for many years,
which to some minds seems to fulfill the
conditions of perpetual motion. The in
ventor made, this claim, but it is hardly
correct, according to The Industrial World,
which says: "Perpetual motion is said to
exist in a machine that 'when once started
Will continue to run until worn out '
I This machine operates by the power given
( out In different expansion of metals under
varying comlit ions, and is so small and
j carefully constructed that if there was ab
: solutely no change in temperature of the
' room it would ruu ivheu once started
' thirty-eight days before stopping. If it
j were possible to put it in some place for
earth, where the temperature would be
constant, it would stop, so does not fulfill
the condition of perpetual motion; but that
cannot be done where the machine now is,
so it has run for a great, many years with
out stopping, and probably will continue
to run until it wears out."
A Very Old Stone.
The seat of tie coronation chair of Kng
land, Queen Victoria's U,hrone," is made
of a monster slab of sandstone. Brewer's
"Dictionary of Phrase and Fable" says, "It
was brought f did Scoue by Edward I, aud
is said to be the stoue upon which Jacob
j rested his bend the night of his famous
h, - "uuiiiiH imiiatl
e t0 i,ve in your coujj
I ant glad you don't li
All iu Oae Fun" of Smoke.
It may be mentioned that a cigarette
j smoker sends no fewer than 4,000,0U0,uuo of
dust particles more or less, into the air
j with every pjff be makes. What, then,
must be the s .ate of the air in close mok-
i lag rooms, where a doxen are nnffinir awnv
ive there," re- ' us hard as tht y can? Good Worth.
A Third l'e for Uas.
Within a very few years gas companies
have had substantial increases to their an
nual revenue from the sale of gas for heat
ing and cooking a department which. If
superintunded with wisdom and intelli
gence, ought to return a revenue equal to
that obtained from the sale of gas as an il
luniinant. Then, as is well known, the
use of gas engines is becoming almost uni
versal. A third field in w hich gas is likely to
play an important part within a com
paratively limited period is to heat boiler?
and raise steam. The system has been
at work in a large establishment in Lon
don, and the results obtaiued are simply
astounding. Burning about 300 cubic feet
of gas per hour under a thirty feet boiler,
steam is said to have been raised to fifty
pounds pressure in forty tuiuutcs. Gas and
air are supplied under pressure to pipes
that run parallel with and under the boiler,
and furnaces and chimneys are dispensed
with. Gas World.
To Folisb Steel.
If the steel is of moderately good temper
The Horological Review advises one to use
a zinc polisher with diamantine; a tin pol
isher is better for soft steeL The diaman
tine ahould be mixed on glass, using a
beater, also of glass, with very little watch
oil. Diamantine mixed with sweet oil be
comes gummy and quite unfit in a day or
two, and turns black if brought into con
tact with metal in mixing.
A new thing is the application of a rub
ber heel to walking boots, by which means
the force expended in planting the foot on
the ground is utilized to assist in progres
sion of the wearer. According to the in
ventor's theory, the harder a man brings
fcia heel down upon the pavement the
easier will he walk.
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Sweet land of liberty,
Of thee I sing;
Land where our fathers
Land where our Mothers
Over the wash-tub tied
Let freedom rinpr.
My native country thee
Land of the noble, free
Thy name I love ;
I love thy tucks and f ril's
Rut oh: what laundry bills;
My ov! with horror thrills;
hen I think of thee.
Let music swell the breeze,
And blow through all the
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Imn lirain osri-r, IleMilnrlie. W.iktuliifss, IaI .ViiuHho-i. M);IiIt Kmi's
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circann in c'liKir w oiiuv.'.! liy :v?r tr.i'rtUin, voml'ilnl ppn -.or rxivirs
"MS ,,f tnliai o.1. opium or stimulnnts which :-o.m k ail to ln:!rmi! v. ctinmts
tion ami Insanity, l'ut npcoint-nicrtt. oarrr in v.t ii-H-k-t. 'l per park-HL-i'hy
n-:ii': K f.irSS. Willi ewj $i .rtT w . a i.-rt. ; .(i.'i.'.r ttttnrt
tr ii j uim ki.c i;ttj:u. virvumr irife. r j jri;ss .lfnc ro.,1 MtraKu. ill.
For sale in Rock island by Uartz & Bahnsea. 3.1 Ave. and 2Kh .atrt.
FALL AND WINTER STOCK
of Goods received by
t3FCall and Examine.
avenport Business College,
COMFLETE IN ATT, DEPARTMENTS.
FOR CATALOGUES ADDRESS
J. C. DUNCAN. Davenport. Ia
TO THE AFFLICTED!
w hy paybiK f s to quacks when the bm
medical treatment rnn he ba4 for reason.
IiK" priopHuf The I'ern Chcaiicnl Co.. pr
rmml lrom the rrest rintjons of llr. Will.
uinis.a payicianit world-wl.le repuu? ?
YOUNG MEN TTfJ"
of Memory. nnftiMinflenev am
Irani eisrly lndiscreUonsorothercsustw; also "
lifnni F-lf!Pn UPN who experience a weakness
IniUULX ftULU KILH inwlvanceof ttaclryearvKIO
ney nnd Bladiler tmubles, etc.. will Bml our Metliod
f Trentmeiit BSafe, Certain and Speedy CL'KK.
SEMiNAL PASTILLES. KS,
wlio bascivi TOecial atu'ntlon to these
diseases for many years, prescribes Snii
nal Pastilles vhich act directly umtn thA
diwtsedorjranMind rwtoro v'iifur bottr
uian lomacb Medicine, as they are noi
elaautce of dktorinuTTUpti(ainbtt.Hinc.vi
HOME TREATMENT fTa
costing from S3.(M tu tLS.00. nsed with tin
tl. . nmiwTiuoirrillinTWirilBUr
w llliaius" private practice, (iive then a trial.
XPFHIFIfi lin Hi f"rtlieKldneysondBluddercurp
01 L.UII IU nu.01 recent cases In one to four days
UTERINE EUTRCPHIC UZSlZl."'
Call or write for Catalogue and IntoraiaUuii befc
Consulting others. Address
... E PERU CHCrflfCAL CO.,
189 WtSCOaSIN STfiT. KiLWAUKEE, WI
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ft ' o a
For sale by all CrsKiau Grocery dealers.
O. O. D.
221 and 223
. AL Laundry Work done on short notice.
A specialty or Dress Skirts . ,
Prices as Low as the Lowest.
A. D. HUES1NG,
Represents, among other ilme-tntd axt wel
known Fire Insurance Companies be folio wing:
, P.oysl Insurance Company, of Bccland.
Weschester Fire Ins. Company of "N. V.
Buffalo German Ins. Co., Buffalo. N. Y.
Rochester German Ins. Co., RncLester, K. T.
Citiient Ins. Co., of Pittsburgh, P.
Bun Fire Office. London.
Union Ins. Co., of California.
Security Ins. Co.. New Have,, Corn.
Milwaukee Mechanics ln.Ci., Milwaukee, Wis
German Fire Ins. Co.,of Fuoria.Ul,
Office Cor. 18th St., and BmwnA Ate.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
J. M. BUFORD,
General . . .
The old Fire and Time-tried Companies
Losses Promptly Paid.
Rales as low as sny reliable company tan afford,
foax Fatrocaee is solicited.
Dr. Rcnison's Bel sb's Remedy. Famvtia every
where among the ladies as sa'e. prurapt and
eSectsal ThaoriKiaal sronwifl's salvation. Price
1, sent direct, saaled : itifermeliuB frte. Address
caioa Mediral Co., Sostea, Mas.
hm Stock Insurance Co.
CaiCAGO, ILL. .
Insures live stock against death from accident
or disease. For rates apply to
ED. UKBKRKKECHT. Afeat.
1712 gerood aTenne. Rock Island.
The Rock Island
Is the best medium through
which to reach the country trade.
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