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THE AKGUS, WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 27, 1892.
ONE DAY AT A TIME. i
.,,rrv nnd care aJ toil are. oura.
n.l tin- 'lav' weary tieli-'lits we climb,
,,;! ,if tliu restful evenins hours
Ve ll ""u di4' 11 Uuwl
I , r, t-;it on fr tliote pi love,
"""lu f'i-t ,,M!,1,ir is n 'ril:"-:
I'wiU H'w" our load to lock alMivo
We 1,111 tl15 Hl n
1 3t i.t, hen life's urny vhnilows fall,
vre "e l"-s ''1C rf"ll",H sublime,
Wn-lnii! Iie:tr the Muster's veleiuie call,
idnii l lived well -one day at a time!"
A FA Hi PATIENT.
'I I , - MiimtT f l'l was tliu first pay
,.,.! (lillll'll'll ' KIJOIVU. UIU
i!.tun'iiji!e lit tie town, nest led in one of
j! eIll,t l-:t'it ifnl teiridtisof theC'ntskills,
, !!! ''it u'. erlcHikeit ln-iftofore liy nil but
h mii i I fittnjeiit of summer bounlers.
!i:t J.i t -e.-isnii t lie old Griyrtfs House,
i,;, 1, ,.v t!i.iiil tlio village on the moun-
I. . iv i 1 1 l iK-eii tlioromjlily retnod
. re. hristened the JJeati Si jor.r,
.,.! lil. i li mi was e.Uetisively ndvcrtisel
on. .'I i lie I" eharminj; and liea'tlinil
r, i.-r'-:tl-'it. New York.
Vh:h: the earliest iirrivals at the !5enu
svir'ir .""'j- Mr1- Aiti'-liili. n lovoly Jounn
vi. v.ii' wore the most eleKHiit toi
).!, ( ; :.-n Itiim had ever seen. But men
vere v .:"' at the lleau Sejour during
,l:. a!.'! time hung lieiivy on Mrs. Ains
I, ic'i. '- l::m !s. She was tittftVritiK from n
Bli-"! ' ii t..iis a'taek one Hfternixm when
!. i:t :'..r a physician j ounce Dr. Mow
l.r.i'i, his-n u'riiduatisl three yenrs
l,..f,".rc from the New York iKilyclitiic.
T;iil and sh-nder, with brilliant dark eyes
BM,1 a I-.-imi i'ul voice, Dr. Mowbray would
liuve -'! anywhere for a hanilsome man.
Mis. A.tleiuh felt entirely relieved of her
H-i te iMi. after a quarter of an hour's
c.itji. i" it!i him, itnd did not think
It t vi wry to havelhe prescription he left
illed. lieealleil the next afternoon to iu
4iiire for his put ient, and found her sulTer
lui; only (win a slight headache. She was
dressed iu a ravisliinu; gewn of delicate
l.iveniler. and Mowbray thought her the
i:int U-autiful creature he had ever seen.
After hi-third visit he felt hiniself to lie
lesperntfly in love. He had not known
L'.th fiin nmlit, when one morniut;, as his
linger rested on her pulse, sue startled him
by -ay i ni;:
"I overheard two old tabbies talking
u'wiiit uii on the veranda yesterday."
.M.iuliray ionkeU ut her inquiringly.
' !!.'" -aid that woman with the doll's
f.ii'i?. w ho wears lour kowiis a day, hud de-Kjn-iipoii
you. I wonder if they could
l ,r.e meant me." she added, with a look of
i!in. .'i:t surprise as though the thought
I. i'i i i-' rin k her.
.Meulii'i l.'i'.sl'ed liken schooUviy. lu
I,:- niiat ma he pressed her round, while
wrl-;. ';i gently ithdrew it, but as her
1 huh -'mi I hiouuti his her tlu Kent seemed
t ii ni" e;. tangled in his own, mid be-
l. rei:.- Lik-u it lie had beut his lips to lier
" i ' i . t l e aiiirry, for 1 love you," he
iii. ii '.'!"!. au'lia-t at his own eiirontery.
.;,. u . - i .;.; 1 1 at him with an amused
' l.i'u in 'I niiLTry to lie loved by you but
are y.,11 ..,t iuinj; a foolish thing:-"
'in- in t two weeks were idyllic ones for
Mutt in-;!;. ". They walked together, drove .arid
liiuii-ed loLjellier, then the hotel bi-.piu to
!iuu;i. .Mr-. Ainleigh had a whole train
i.f a.him-i and the young doctor was often
iii;'i-iiiy jealous. Sometimes lie staid
ii'.v.iy I'ri.iu Jier a whole day; once it was
t"i. and she u'ently reprnaehad him.
" i'l :-i- my harvest und 1 must work,"
!;c -.ml, -omewhat gloomily. "It is play
t.;:i" v i'h your other admirers, but I must
jo r.nre for the time when I will Imj mar
r. 'd.' and his eyes grew tender.
".Married you are going to ciarry?" she
i'-'M-l in surprise "whom?"
"V h"iu:' Why yon. my dearest, of
M. '-tnarry me? Oh. RulM'rt!"
' Vi'1,- - why what do you mean?"
"What would you do with tuc?''
Mm. hray was too stupefied to answer.
she regarded him with a cotnpassiunate
-'i.iie. "I'.mr Kuliert is it possible you
ni Live been so serious? Don't look like
tnat it 1 shall think our beautiful summer
- i-'niii;.' to he all spoiled."
.-In r i,e an 1 went to her desk; then rc
! :ni,i.- ln-iit over his shoulder with a
i are-.-in.; gesture and put a paper into his
l.iio!: at that."
It v.. i, a (Ir-smakcr's bill, and at the
I 't . mi I'., i;i- ligurc.s d.in'.-ed before Mow-hr,iy-ey-.
lie could not see what they
i-f you marrying a woman with
- at the outset of your career,
-! "-aii reurietfiillv. "There are
' ' i -", but this woman is becoming
1 : "' I shall have to refer her bill
..r. .ui leigh, and lliea I suppose there
:l trouble; there generally is ill such
u". A iii-icigh!" gasped Mowbray, al--'
i from this second blow, '"but
'.! ,... J .,-ev r.pul.cn to you of Mr.
- " -e'!..'ii. f ;! it '" she asked innocently.
" i 1 .'i . -i yi. a are not a widow, t hen?"
'.'"'' r. yes," she replied, laughing
''Mr. Ains!eh;h is my late htis-
'.!. -ei..,-4. brother, mid acts as a sort of
; ar ii n, t,, i,,,.. n0 is very rich, and he
l .iii!.- I:e v. aj,ts to marry me."
' Aral yt.u- are going to marry him?"
!f .1 .Mowbray faintly.
1 i tuna tell 1 iio not. know. Oh.
' ' :' ' why did you speak of this hateful
: ..I marri'ige? 1 don't want to think
it. 1 was so happy just to know that
: i i i'. ei! nie. I lmd it so pleasant to be
'"I. W hy must men begin to talk of
": o ri.me right away?"
l"bray was sick at heart and iniser
" lie went, away persuaded that his
I ipl'iui -s l.ail been wrecked by a lieart
i' woman. IJe resolved never to see her
:'-M.ri. Two days later she had another
' rvmis attack and sent for him.
' '-Ir. Ainsleigh is coming next week,"
.!' said, "and we shall probably leave for
n iriior soon afterward, let us make
fno.-t of our time. Koliert: w-e mnv
i i'".er meet again, and we nre too fond of
i .u-ii .thi't- to quarrel."
fo-ir Mowbray was to far gone to pro
t' -t, he v.a.s very unhappy, but he came to
her i very day.
I hen Mr. Ainsleigh arrived. He was a
;-'lI. siient man, of about lift jr. lie myt
l.i.hert pleasantly enough, and to the sur
1 ' of i he young physieiau there was not
l ie leal change in the relations between
Inn-elf and Airs. Ainsleigh. They walked
"''I rode together as before, ami Alowbray
''H almost happy auain. He felt as
ii""h he might w in Helen yet, when one
"inrnm." Mr a ;r.-i.,i,ri. c. ii, . ..a i.;... ...
i" rtKitii anil sent, u eiilil i-hill to liisi lienrt.
Doctor, Airs. Ainsleigh and I leave fois
'ir Harbor the day after to-morrow.
ill you Uu me the fiivor to send your hill
" the hotel in the morning?"
lo refuse was imjiossible. What would
s'r. Ainsleigh think of such un action from
strantrerf Would ft not arouse his u
f icions and injure H ilenf Yet how could
he take money from her his beloved! Still
he was in great need of money, and if the
bill waa presented a ad paid it would serve
him in good stead.
Mowbray went ha ne and thought ft all
Dver. The result wjb that he penned the
"Dr. Robert Mowbray presents his com
pliments to Mr. Herbert Ainsleigh, and in
accordance with his desire, incloses bill for
lervices rendered M -s. Ainsleigh;
To flf ty-flve conaultut ions at bouse, at J-V .$27S
Medicines and sundri es 85
"Her honor aliov.j everything," he said,
knitting his browt. tragically. Then he
quietly sealed and cispatched the bilL
The next afternoon she called at his
office. The first th ng she did was to take
from her portemotmaie a roll of crisp, fresh,
bank notes, which f he laid on the table.
They conversed for a short time, without
very profound emotion, on their coming
separation. They wondered if they wonld
ever meet again, at d prayed they might.
Yuen a somewhat i w kward silence fell lie
tween them. -Mowl ray was uncomfortably
conscious of the pre sence of the bank notes
on the table liefore him. He tried to mnr
mur in his deepest, softest voice something
particularly and ai d loving, but the white
cipher on a twenty dollar bill, with its deli
cately interlacing green lines, seemed to
stare at him likea great mocking eve. He
glanced at Helen, and saw that she, too,
was looking at the money with a signifi
cant expression. And suddenly he under
stood that she was thinking of her milli
ner's and dressmaker's bills.
Then an idea occurred to him. He rose,
and taking the money couuted out 150,
which he put in hit vest pocket, then tak
ing the two hnn Is of his inamorata he
kissed them passionately and slipped the
remaining bills in theopeuing of her glove,
pressing her lingers over them.
"Dearest," hem trmured'we must part:
my heart is well nigh broken at the
thought, but we will love each other while
we may, and that we may never forget the
happy hours we have passed together 1
wish that we may each preserve a souvenir
which shall always recall them. lt us
divide this nioniy and each purchase a
keepsake a jewel, which will remain to us
forever a mute testimonial of our vanished
lie had spoken with great feeling and
was himself deeply affected, but Helen
rose calmly, dcl.lierately drew out the
bank notes from her glove and returned
them to her porte'tionnaie.
And it was not inlil she had gone, with
out giving him a iast goodby kiss, that he
realized she was furious at carrying away
only half the m ney. Francis AI. Living
ston in New Orleans Times-Democrat.
The Wrung Mxn Presented ut Court.
There is a colored messenger at the de
partment of state who has lieen attached
to the service for many years in one capac
ity and unot her, i nd is valued by oflicials
because of his intelligence and general use
fulness. The old gentleman tells an inci
dent illustrating the potency of clothes on
either side of tl e Atlantic. He was a
few years since, us general utility man to a
party of distinguished statesmen, on an
important diplomatic mission. The party
was bidden to an important sociul function
nt one of the Continental courts, and as the
affair took place in the afternoon, the di
plomats started out arrayed in their finest
frock coats accor ling to the best American
Only the colon d aid-de-camp, who went
along to look after coats and hats, wore
the usual dress suit of his place. When
the party arrivei at the palace the colored
contingent, who did not. know the lingo,
found himself hustled through the dress
ing room by a lot of lackeys, and liefore
he could realize the situation was ushered
slone into the presence of royalty. There
is no color prejudice on the ot her side, and
he was taken foi t he chief representative
of the American republic. When he es
caped from the unexpected prominence it
was to find himself alone in a strange
tongued city. T!ie rest of the delegation, as
he learned when he found his way back,
had been sternly excluded because of t heir
unconventional uniforms. The old gentle
man frequently relates with gleo how he
carried off the honors for the joint high
commission. Washington Post.
W here Is Your .Mouth?
It has been discovered that the human
mouth is slow y but surely and steadily
moving toward the left of the face, which
will, in time, bring it somewhere in the
neighborhood o ' the left ear. All the five
great raws of roan have nn uncontrollable
tendency to eat only with the teeth which
grow from the left jaws. This wears out
the left teeth n ore rapidly than those on
the right side of the mouth, and this iu
turn gives the upper and lower jaws an in
clination toward the left-
It is t he cxpr -ssed opinion of many sci
entists who art foremost in the world's roll
of professional honor that in thecourseof
time the mouth, from causes above men
tioned, will have completely changed its
position, and that it will then be situated
rather nearer t :ie left ear than to the nose.
St. Louis Re.mblic.
A I'up for the I'astor.
A I'aduc.ih clergyman tells this: "I mar
ried a couple u ; iu Allen county, nnd after
I hail pronounced them man and wife the
groom took li e to one side and asked me
what the damage was. 1 told him that
there was no fixed price, lie might give
me whatever 1 e chose.
" 'I'arson,' s:.id he, 'I've got live hound
pups down home for which Iain asking
live dollars np ece, und I'll Is-t you have one
for three dollars.'
"Of course I declined so ridiculous a fee,
as I had no use for the hound pups.
"When he g it home he must have found
his wife better than he expected, for he
Bent me one of the. bound pups, accom
panied with a letter saying that he was so
happy with M iria that he would give men
Jog for nothing." Louisville Courier
Journal. An Innocent 4Jutry.
At a dinner party in F.uglond the host
Introduces to the favorable notice of the
sompany, amid murmurs of admiration, a
splendid trufl.ed pheasant.
"Isn't it n beauty?" he says. "Dr. So-and-so
gave it to me; killed it himself."
"Aw what was he treating it for?" says
line of the gu 'sts. Sew York Home Jour
nal. Itussl tns Don't Mind lleat.
It is ostoni: hing what an amount of heat
Russians seem capable of liearing. Even
on the hot days of August a great many of
the officers v ould wear their thick mili
tary cloaks. Temple Bar.
ot thti Spirit of the Promise.
Lily Deveriux Blake tells a story of one
woman who said, "When Obudiuh said.
"With all m worldly goods 1 thee endow,' j
Iduln t know that it meant one calico dress
Shadows of the morning, on the way!
Shadows of a morning, fresh and Ray!
Shadows of the morning, like a maiden's tears
For her bridal oh, how soon ye pass awayl
Shadows of the midday, cool and calm.
Shadows of Oasis and of palm!
Where a weary pair are resting, after heat of
desert blest In
Airs that wander in those shadows, breathing
Shadows of the evening, how thoy falll
Somber, dauk and heavy, like a pall!
Slow at first, they quicken; then they thicken,
Till thoy rush upon us, myriads, veiling all.
Shadows of the midnight, dark and drear!
Shadows of the midnight fraught with fear!
But for hopes we fondest cherish, faiths we
dare not let to perish.
Oh, ye awful, awful shadows! And bo near!
Hysteria in Men.
Hysteria in men is apparently not rare in
other countries, but in England it is, rela
tively speaking, very uncommon. Not
many years ago a Russian physician ob
served that true hysterical fits were com
mon among young Circassian men, and the
disease might reasonably be suspected to
prevail where men of an imaginative and
impressionable stock predominate. Judg-
i ing by the evidence of French medical
' Till hi lent inns Vninr'lim.Tl nrA fnr mum Bnh.
1 - - ' - - .. - - ....
ject to hysteria in adult life than English
men. Occasionally certain cases, recorded
in French medical newspapers, must cause
us to reflect. Are such cases hysterical at
all, orni certain nervous affections com
mon in Knglaud really forms of hysteria?
The doctrine that hypochondria is in
males the homologue of hysteria must be
accepted by the French on the evidence of
what prevails in Kngland. For hypochon
dria, low spirits, or "spleen" is proverbial
ly common there, and the French hold ex
aggerated opinions on the subject. In a
more excitable race more acute nervous
symptoms might be expected. British
l?lood Vessels of the Eye.
Purkinjo discovered a very simple and
highly entertaining experiment by means
j of which the retina, with all its veins and
blood vessels standing out in relief against
it, can be thrown into the air before one's
eyes. It is called the aborescent figure, to
Its likeness to a many branched tree, and
is produced in the following manner: In a
dark room at night move a candle back
ward and forward before the eyes. After
a few seconds the air will assume a reddish
appearance, and running over it in all di
rections may be seen the veins and blood
vessels in bold relief, while toward the cen
ter of the figure there rises up a dark
trunk, from which the veins branch out on
The trunk is visible where the optic
! nerve enters the eye, und this experiment
j is chiefly interest ing to the student as prov
ing that the parts of the retina which
actually receive and produce the sensation
of light must lie behind the blood vessels,
since these cast their shadow on to it and
can be seen as clearly ns any other otiject
externally. Xew York Telegram.
I was told of an instance which is per
haps not unworthy of mention. On the oc-
casion of the fatal accident to a lift in
I raris I think at the Grand hotel a few
years ago, a lady who was just going up in
it started back; saying, "Oh, there is that
dreadful man again'." nnd tried to induce
: lier husband t o come off it too; but he re
fused, and was among t he killed.
The "dreadful man" to whom she re
ferred she had seen in a dream, which the
niece of the friend who told m& the story
bad Heard tier relate a day or two before
the accident. It was of a funeral drawn
j up at her door, so pompous as to produce a
great infpressinn on her, presided over by a
, big, darii man in u st "ange sombrero hat.
j This man she saw, or believed she saw, in
me un, ami me coinciuence leiTineil lier
from going up in it. Notes and Queries.
When Tom Acton, as the head of the
police department in New York, suppressed
the draft riots iu lsxUJ he was a rough nnd
ready citizen. When he was sulitreasurer
of the United States he was content to ad
minister his oflice in very humble quarters,
but now that he is president of a bank he
has developed artistic tastes, and he hits
just created a symphony in white ami
I cherry which is simply a marvel of bank-
i lug house decora! ion.' kx-l'ost master Gen
eral James developed a poetic and artistic
j r. ii.T,. in. i,i ..nun ni"lllfl((lll(lC
his clients n perception of what could lie
done with marble of many colors and ex
quisite tiling. I( this sort of thing goes
on banking houses here will rival Aladdin's
palace. New York Cor. Philadelphia
A Very Old Utile.
The oldest mathematical liook in the
world is believed to be the "Papyrus
Rhind" in the Rrilish museum, professed
to have been written by Ahmcs, a scribe of
King l!a a-us. about the period between
LIIOO and 1TIK) 11. ('.. This "Papyrus Uhiiid"
was translated by F.isenlohr, of Leipsic, t
few years ago. and ii was found to contain
a rule for making a square equal in area to
a given circle. 1c was not put forth as an
original discovery, but ns the transcript of
a treatise T.'JU years older still, which senc.
us back to, approximately, 2500 II. C., when
Egyptian mathematicians solved, or
thought they had solved, the problem of
squaring the circle. All the World Round.
Tho Auecn Had No Change.
The English queen has an income of
$5,000 a day, and yet she has had many
queer little experiences of finding herself
penniless in awkward situations. On one
occasion shecalled a wayside mendicant to
her carriage only to find that neither she
nor the princess with her had a shilling,
and this regal queen of England and em
press of India wits obliged to borrow sonic
pence froni the keeper of the tollgnte near.
New Y'ork Sun.
Every young person should lie taught
that it is a murk of good breeding to keep
a promise even nt serious inconvenience.
"Noblesse oblige," and if you live in the
upper strata of society you should be pro
portionally well bred.
Experiments made with oil and various
other substances have shown thut oil alone
gives the greatest heat. It has been adopt
ed for the iMiilers of the big pumping en
gines nt Brilliant, near Pittsburg.
A musician during a severe illness made
bis wife play the scale up and down on a
small organ. Often after he was asleep he
would KXi rt slightly and theu sing what
had put him to sleep.
Liverpool is the largest shipping port in
the world, then etmies London and theu
New York. New York stands second to
Ixindon. however, as a general commercial
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Thf; taxes for 1391 are now due and
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Temp e block Y.uir lbst yew's receipt
wi ". be of great, sssiatance to ihe collector
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books. Wll.T.IAM T. SlXiDEN.
THE NEXT MORNING I FEEL BRIGHT AND
NEW AND MY COMPLEXION IS BETTER.
My doptnr ruts it arts eotitlv on tho utoiT'arh, Uvor
nnrt kMn'V9, aii'l isa pleasant laxative. Thin rtrlnk
is mutif fnn hrtn, aini Is iitvtiured or use us exsiiy
as tea. It Iscalh'ti
AUftrtimriDtssrll It nt UM. anrt $i.no por packntre
Ruyimefcxlay. Lnr Family M)iHnr mor
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is nwessary. '
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500 Tase Bonk on Treatment of Animals
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A .A. ( Spinal itlellliikiti, Milk Fpicr.
ii.Il. Strains, Lameness. Kheumntiam.
4 .4 ...DiNleiiiprr, Nnmil I'isrhart s.
I. '.D. Hdix or firubx, Worms.
K.K.. ( ouirhs, llenvra. Pneumonia.
F.F.C'nlic or gripes. Bellyaehe.
1 iHrnrrinpo, McmorrhnKP.
II. II. I riiinry nnd Kidney iseue.
1.1. Eruptive IMMenei. illaDgc.
J.K.iiiseuse nt" lliu'emion, Parnlysi.
MnKle Bottle (over 50 doses!, - - .SO
Stnb'e C'nsc, with Spertflis!, Manual,
eUT'im.-y Cure Oil and Medlcdior, ST. 00
Jr.r Ytlerinnry Cure Oil, . . l.tltf
o!d bT Drnpffists; or Sent Prepaid anvwhers
and in any quantity on Receipt of Price.
HTJMFHBEYS' MEDICIIIS CQ
Joreor William and John Sts., New York.
nhvocs ueDiiity, vital weaKnass,
nd Prostration, from over-work or othr caxlbpZ
91 per vial, or 6 vials and larce vial powder, tor 5.
houj r Tmroorrrrs, or wnt puKtrwid m roue It it
of prioe. HUMPHREYS' MEDICINE CO.,
Oor. William and Joan Eta, N . Y-
R. ST. ARMAD'S
I n a a a
Is thp Safest and Surest Kemedy ever discovered
for all the unnatural discharges and Private
IHseaseh op Men and the debilitating we&kuess
peculiar to women. It has never failed to cure
the most obstinate case, in men, in from 8 to 6
days. (Nothing that makes quicker claims is
safo.l It is convenient to carry and handy to
use no bottle or spoon to annoy you. Keuieru
ber. we Guarantee it. Price Sl.00 per box. Com-
1 piete ins'.rnctfons with each box. If the drug
! gist you ask for Dr. Bt. Armand's French Cure
j has not got it. don't let him fool you with his
oily tongue by selling you something else in
I stead, but Bend 1 rice to ns and we will forward
. to you by mail, in plain, unmarked box. We
i also treat patients by mail. Address THii
HAZZAKAK MKDIC1NE CO., 2.0 South boa-
gimoa btreet, Chicago, Ilk
A woman may 5ev,and
nm a wmzq may wor ail cay,
ButLWiefJ STAuSp comes into fcer liouse
Then vanish all troubles avay.
Billiard Parlor Sample Room,
No. 117 Eighteenth Street.
JAMES T. O'CONNOR, Proprietors, r WM. H. CATTON.
J. IYI. CHRISTY,
,tyit llrniM INiw-t,
fv. turn ami 1 riMiitiiv. lt up c- n - rniiMil l enrry in Vit ptn hot. fSI mt ptk-
Mct-l vniiii': li for r. With !V.TvfMT''iT(4iT. frit tt t. -ri .T.'nf i-ure
tkrtRi;xxu nKi rsixa. vf ri Juiui the iiionty. Circular ln.c. A.orwsXen e ced . o., Iblcutfo, 111.
For salo in Rock island by Hartz & Babnsea. 34 Ave. nod 20th 8tr?ft-
avenport Business College,
COMPLETE IN ALL DEPARTMENTS.
FOR CATALOGUES ADDRESS
TO THE AFFLICTED!
Why payhip fpos to quark whrn the bom
medical treatnicnt ran lo hod ftir n05tn-
Ruip rrinjt The I'crul homicnK o.. rc
I'un'H i rum u:epnscnpininsni nr. will-
iams,n m y irum f world- w too npu t ?
young men ?':r
Ijttsa if Memory. Dt'srxmdt-ncr. ii2
Iruiu early indisoretkmsor other causes; al-o
lUbLL hOLU nlttl nadvancoct theiryearKid
nrynnd Bladdt-r troubles, ptc. will find our M)'ihtd
of Trout ratMit Sale, Certain and SjmhhIv C'1'KK.
PlilWM PACTIIIP7 Experience irovc9loatln
JLlVt.nAL f AO I ILLLa, temal Riodicinei abw will
ni cure the "'oveaiJmont.s, Iir.VViJlmnw,
wnohaspiu. special aUvntnwi to thte
duoaofi fiirm.mr Tears. tArosri ihe sn.i
Hal lnstill' which act directly iiiwn the
di:i5ort tirpnnn.and restore vic-ir U-ttr
tnnn tonmch Mo1u-tne, as they arc not
cha need ! y t lie castr ic j u Ice and req u i r u
fcha:i:e of ait-tor interruption inlJU.H.nes?
KGft'E TREATMENT 'imohS'v,
c.i-:iiiu'In.-n $.LUUtul!.(pi. uwd will; u.i
lliinm"!' pnviito j.rm ln-e. Ctvn thi.m'a tri.il.
PFPiFIP Wrt Pi f"rl"Ki',"samir!la).!,'rrarrai
l I Uli IU n J, Jl MM-i-nt rnx'b In i!.u to l.i.ir d.ivs
UTERINE EUTRCPHIS iZttt
:;il nrwr;l(? f.ir.:it.il.n aud IntoruUuu
Couiultini fitior. A iii.1'..
THE FERU ChE:iiCA). CO.,
IS9 WisrcKsm Strut. ttiLWAUXEE, Wi
For sale by all Cri-cla?B Grocery dealers. I
C. O. D.
221 and 223
AL Laundry Work done on short notice.
A ipecwlty of Dress Skirts .
Prices as Low as the Lowest.
Dr. Reniron's K-l ab e Remedy. 1'amcoa every
where emor.fr tbe ladies as sa'e, prompt and
effectual Tbe orifilrml woman' t saltation. Price
$1. sent direct, feuicd: luformation free. Address
Ca.on Medical Co., Burton, Ms.
if . o s t
i-rnirnf h Ti
a voman may spin,
MA1UFJICTBBEJI Ef CRACKEHS m BISCOITS.
Ask Toar Ornr-e r for Thern.
1 hi y are Be rt.
The ChriFty "Oyster" aid C brty "WAJsa.""
FALL AND WINTER STOCK
of Goods received by
JjrjT'Call and Exataine.
i.i i romeflf
HHiitiaohe. V:ikil!nf?, Lot Manh -wi, Nicfillv Kmrv
J. C. DUNCAN. Davenport. la
A. D. HUESING.
Represents, among other dme-vmd ana wel
irown Fire Insurance Companies be foilcwlng:
Royal Insurance Company, of Enpland.
Weschcster Fire Ins. Company of S . Y.
Bnflalo Orrman In.Co., Br.fialo. N. Y.
Rochester German Ins. Co., Rochosicr, N. Y.
Citiiercs Ins. Co., of Pittsburgh, Ps.
Bun Fire Office. London.
Union In. Co., of California.
Si-cnrity Ins. Co., New Envoi, Ccrn.
Milwaukee Mechanics Inp.O .. M;;askce,Wls
German Fire Ins. Co.,uf Peoria, 111,
OQce Cor. 18th St., and S' ccmJ Ave.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
J. M. BUFORD,
General . . .
The old F:.re anil Time-tried Compuuitrj
Losses Prcmptly Paid.
Kale low rs r.y reliable f nmp&r y (au allor.
Your rauonre nohci'i'd.
Live Stock Insurance Co.
C 3IC AGO. ILL.
Insnns He stock againrt death fmm cc!dcot
ordireaxe. For rates apply to
ED. LIKBKBKXECHT. Ajent,
ilVi b'ecood aTenne. Cock Island.
The Rock Island
I3 the best medium throush
which to reach the country trade.
Advertisers should have their
annotmcementsiready by Thurs
day morning to insure insertion
in the current week's issue.