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m ABGUB, . THUKSDAX, JAis JAKY 2S, 1892
MOTHERS TO CHILDREN.
. I sIkimIiI ltciir.l tlio Krur
'ji,s ..I iaiifhfr b Tl-ut.
r,.ii il I"' Ih"1'" s:i'(' "m' w'l'",(,
m'.Kuu' it:"''- "f -liil.lrt-M to their p:ir
I, n ' il ii a tfiiim to hear nny-
,,: i lie an.-nts' oMination to their
vii Vi t a iniicli wi-ihtier oblin
!,..', i lie piiri'tits than on the chil
j., relations to one another,
i ,1,.M Imulil never forget that his
. , txl i;iveii iiieiiior. the tnoth-
., pcniIht that her eliihlren are
j . v, n in her ehar'e liy heaven to
, i r itoiiu'H of their own, to lo
i:i theworhl as she has done
I' , - i;t are too prone loreifanl their
r, .,, ,-, inere ailiuml of their own.
nM of iiiilepenileiit thought or
,, ,.r I reuaril them as mere play
nni allow them to lead a Imtterfly
ii, , in -eareh of pleasiirv.
v ii as a mother is true to her
Wi ts her eliiluren Iroin loos
:R,l from toes without, will she tie
;., , t!i, ir honor and respeet. Shu
r I-! i!- her ehihhvn fellow workers
h h, !'. ii"' -laves to obey her eotnniands.
i, in- innMits who are mere taskmas
. i, a,-. vi' rise to the ditcnity of father
,;.,:h,i. mill who yet consider their chil
i.i'niteful iH-eause t hey seem i-affiT
, a. in,- ho'iie life of dull drudgery for
I, of pleasure and Ivauty in the
i ; ,,;. .!. Children owe no gratitude
,,r,nt. who lave made them mere
, v- and have not been yuides to them
tin ir I'.ie s work.
;-. ai other el is of mothers who
hi their children as merely orna-
nt.il I rii a li-.i- who dress them lieau
j ; ; v lee.l them weJI, hut liriiiK them
iit'.le ambition iM'youd a desire to
.-, i lime. Such children grow op
li;.ii:e thought of the family cares at
- 'I lied l ighter who has lieen taught
c 'iidef herse! as merely an urtia
pi. il piece ti, ver thinks of sharing her
l.-i - c.iiei. The mother has never
!,!, h " n mniidaiite, has failed to remem
t, he in 1 need in future years the
: -:in,ii',' which such a confidence
, . ::.p::'-t to her bhe cannot brine;
-.. I ' t ; her child as one who
. I u v reponsi.iiliLit's of her
;. ii : I who itttist be trained to
i -i I .' , :' in, lu lirenee will prove
- : :-.!-.-.i:ie to ilrui; the jjirl
. - , t - ill need every power to
i :.. , v. omaid.ood.
; - -,i bitterly I it a'ler life as
-i . ,. . pa:iperd with every in
! i 'hood. 'J'iiey have train
: ' ".. . t t h- t rials a:el car--' tli'it must
' of every one. There is sonie
;i. - to a 1 h ink in .: person in the
tifls riishili!: thoughtlessly
' . a lime, while the mother
- . L i -,io!i-'ibilily of the household
i v 1'iie housemaid may lie in a
"Neil rebellion ami t he cook may
' !-: - .-!! warning, yet the daughter
- :.. n.:i-i,!,T f.if a moment that any
'.ir-.; h-ii nts on her. Jshe iias
amed to think that she owes
hi. that she has any duties to
the household, unless it is
are of her own room,
mes where the mother has but
'. he daughter is frequently left
I and to attend to her little
fi ;iik i,; m iai duties anion" her in t iniatns.
has n,, legitimate part in the work
h, lisehold. She is utterly unpre
i iissiunc the reins of household
f in.ij. Haul, in case her mother is taken
II M e mav be a trill in her teens, old
take her mother's tdace and fill
Jt w iti. ili'.'iuiv.
It is iiiii,,iis in these days to read of
v,.,!m-i i liurr sitting at the head of her
!lr! s l:ilile .,T,.I .w-..;i-ttwr I, la flitt,..
i:-!i,-ii Ku,.sts at the ae of fifteen,
iimthers may wisely object to their
' 'i.iiitrlitcrs beini; thrust into society
s.i early mi ai;e, still a daughter should
' trained that she is able even at un
irla-r iiL'e to fill her mother's nhire with
inl,,a, SIP . called on to do so. She
be trained from her childhood to be
m V.Ni- atl'l ,',.,T le lielrmmft i,..t. n ui.tHuli
e, ker. New York Tribune.
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pi:tnTcs. Remember, though, that it is the wee nightgown is put on, baby tells
your bedroom and that you must leave all the wonderful things that "Dollie" has
sufficient space to nove around, to dress done and is about to do tomorrow. Mamma
and undress, and th it yon must not lam- hears with pleasure that is not feigned,
ber your dressing t ible with trifles of no ! and baby feels that in "dee mamma" she
moment, when you want the room for your
brushes and the nut lerous boxes and bot
tles that hold your tiilet belongings.
An overcrowded bedroom is a horror and
an inconvenience. Jlave one or two big
easy chairs; with a view not only of the
comfort of today, bi t of the time when it
is possible you may Iks a bit of an invalid,
nud want a comfort!-ble chair to enshrine
yon. These chairs need not be richly up
holstered ones, but instead of rattan or
wood made delightful with great big soft
cushions, luxuries, by t he by. that, when
liought, are rather expensive. However,
the girl who is making her room look
pretty can beg one or two pillows, not in
use, from the household More, and cover
ing them with gay silk wrought over with
embroidery silk nud tinsel thread can have
them to look as rich as those -rotten at the
smartest upholstere.-'s. ltuth Ashmore in j
ljidics Home Jouri al.
has a delighted listener. leisure Hours.
Ilcitilinx A IoihI.
iivee of pleasure few employments
ii of reading with some congenial
When she lends "the lieauty
" to hiuli poetic thoughts or to
: e ! ve Mill, me. or with gay accents
it Mie flavor of tin-humorous and
"""its of others, how intensely
. how thoroughly we appreciate!
! ' le pauses for criticism and ex
"i opinion, uc f,', on, page after
'uiiug fresh pleasure toourliter
''er after the story or poem has for
elded charm. Years may elapse,
11 v. e see ai'aili the luwik onr tiiem.
.an t he scene of its lirst perusal
i- -ha led piazza, with the summer
! l- in I scents; or the snowy day, when
''n il; in, us privacy of storm" inclosed
::i a sanctuary; or the long winter
when the lamp's glowing radiance
tie- bright lire ctihancfd our comfort..
J"'i mind and body were euuallv soothed
"Tii,. wotiien neither know nor nir for
f msd.-liijlufni pastime. They fancy that
P'1' tal training by a teacher of elocution
" 's-emini t' lit them for the proper ren--'f
in.' of the thoughts of others, and that
'- I- t t worth while to attempt to gain
'it ai euiulishmeiit, as they have no spe-
"l! aptness for it iirnnrmir tin fjft. thnt
ftt iiliiii; aloud is one of the talents to lie
J":cur,.,! I.,. .. :...i:.a . .
3 jinocious uivesimeub oi liib
rp'it talent of time.
i-1'.'.'ir and distinct enunciation, a well
!Ilt eve anil lsti,lv ,4,,nKitmnu1nn nf
'ill-:IULl.'rV , :
- Mli-,,11 IITV C?SS11I,1III3 CU3IIJ
"Hiiired, !U,d the pnicticetif thisdelight
1 '"''iiiipli.shnient givessotuuch pleasure
'J,t II is recommended ms an inumrt.ant
""'tri,lUl"r to that happiness which every
- 1 "ouiu lain oriug iiiioiiie lives
' 'lu rs - Harper's Bazar.
V -irl'H Own ltouni.
Judy utif. hjihI "muiw ine H worn-
J'wIriN.m and 1 will tell you what she is
It is natural for everr girl to want
;( .uwn little nest to look as pretty as pos
" :id I wish 1 could eticounige her in
Let her learn to have around her the
'" Inatare really hers, the photographs
.10 l"ili''r:lu w'"c" s,le l'"'ekel up here
' u there and which were given her at
-"wtmastide or on her birthday. Put all
flj "here they will show at their best.
Sou i "ot ,e afrilil1 of furnishiiiE e'en
ur iieilrootn with too many books or
Girls, You May )Kat. 1'lentyif lr (TfAiii.
Or. llerstey rejioits three ibises of gastrin
ulcer in which recovery had followed the
use of a diet of i re cream. This novel
method of treatment was suggested to him
by the experience of a patient, a woman of
thirty-five, w ho had for three months suf
fered from sympum s of gastric ulcer. She
had liumiatcmesis md severe pain, and
could retain nothing until by chance she
one day took a small quantity of icecream.
She had lost twenty -five pounds in weight.
Asall ordinary n elhods of dieting had
failed, the patient i t her own desire was
allowed ice cream, and told to take as
much of it as she ecu Id. llersevere symp
toms at once liegan to subside, and at the
end of two mont hs, during which from one
to three quarts of ice cream were taken
daily, she had gainil twenty-four pounds
in weight. Solid nourishment was grad
ually added to her diet, and she made p
Dr. llerstey had a similar experience
with two other pati"nts, in one of whom
therA rnrn Kmttiliia nnfnrui I,-.,, ,,,,.1 !
local writonitis, ai d he is naturally in
clined to think highly of the male of treat
ment and to recommend its use in similar
esses, lie be'" Uint the icecream in
those eases is I vet eficial because of the
local aniesthetic act on of the cold permit
ting digestion to go on without pain, while
at the same time MiiTicient material for
digestion nmi nourishment is supplied in
the cream. Americ in Medical News.
One of the most striking proofs of the
backward state of civilization in Germany
is the undoubted inferiority of the women
to the men. This is to be noticed in all
ranks and conditions of life, and is the
more curious since the German girl usually
receives an admirable education, not only
in "book learning," but also in cookery
and needlework. Vet after her marriage
she accept s her position at the "Hausfrau"
ami "Hausniutter," with few ideas or
aspirations beyond her kitchen and nurs
ery, and no topics of conversation except
the iniquity of her servants and the ex
travagance of l.er neighbors.
Her husband, on the other hand, is, as a
rule, original and intelligent and would be
an agreeable conversationist if he were
not too argumentative. In theatrical
matters the same contrast may be noticed.
The actors are invariably better thaa the
actresses, the tenors and baritones out
shine the sopranos nnd contraltos; even the
male ballot dancers nre more agile and
graceful than their sho.-t petticoated col
leagues. Cornh i 1 1 Magaz.i ue.
TI.e Secret of a Mother's Trainins:.
I once knew a lad " whose son. a little lad
of ten. was the adm ration of every one for
Ins beau: Mill mama rs. hile he was per
fectly simple, frank and boyish, his man
ners were as assure 1 and correct as those
of a grown man. His mot her could send
him in a carri 'ge alone to the station to
bring a lady g..c-t from the station, cer
tain that he would give her every needful
attention, lie wou.d take the checks, care
for the baggage and briny her to the house
with every courtesy. And always when
visitors were at his home he did his liltlu
share of enter! ainin t hem. Hew as quick
to wait upon them urid to show them every
respect, mid, though be was not forward.
he was quite ready to converse with them
if they seemed so in lined. j
"How do you nis nageit? What course
of training do you ursue:'" people used to
"Well," I heard his mother answer, j
laughingly, at one t ime, "for one thing lj
never snubbed him. He has no idea that !
there are people in the world w ho do not I
like boys. He supposes that everybody is
as friendly as he himself. Then I have al
ways brought him i:t io take care of me.
and he polite to me and I am as careful to
be considerate and courteous to him as I
am to his father. r?o he never has to be
put on his good riaiiuers; they are the
habit of his life. 1 think that is about all
there is to it." American Youth.
Economy In Sweeping.
The advisability of giving every apart
ment a vigorous "broom cleaning at least
once a week has been so strenuously in
sisted upon by some notable housekeepers
that it has by many been converted into an
imperative duty. . liut looking at the mat
ter in an unprejudiced light, one cannot
( learly see w hy a drawing room, inhabited,
perhaps, only for a few hours of the after
noon and evening, or an unoccupied guest
chamber, should require the same amount (
of purilie.ni ioii demanded by a sewing, sit-
ting or dining room.
The dustpan and brush are labor saving
machines that do not receive due appreci
ation. By their aid in removing a little
dust here and there the business of sweep
ing a whole room may bedeferred at times,
when at the first glance anything less than
a complete routing out of furniture and
dirt together would seem impossible. Xew
The II air.
Too constant washing of the hair is un
necessary as well as harmful. Once a
week is quite often en .nigh for cleanliness
as well as for maintaining the strength of
t he hair. The same remark applies to con
stant brnshing. for continual brushing,
especially with hard brushes, should be
avoided. There is a common notion that
greasing the hair is vulgar; so many other
persons fall into the other extreme and
uever apply any pomade at all.
After the h.".ir has been washed it is cer
tainly beneficial to atmlv some form of
i simple grease or oil. When the head hair
is becoming rapidly thinned some stim
, uhitiug material, such as ammonia and
! cantharides, added to the oil, will increase
ts good t fleets. iiali's Journal of IleaUh.
Pronounced HoptUn, Yt laved
From a letitr written by Mrs, Ada E.
Hurd, of tiroton, S. D., we quote: "Was
taken with & bad cold, which eettled on
my lungs, cough set in and finally termi
nated in ' consumption. Four doctors
gave me up, saying I could live hot a
short time. I gave myself up to my
Savior, determined if I could not my
with my friends on earth, I would meet
my absent ones above. My husband was
advised to get Dr King's New Discovery
for consumption, coughs and colds. I
gave it a trial, took in all, eight bottle?;
it has cured me, and thank God I am now
a well and hearty woman. Trial bottles
free at Hsrlz & Babnsen's drug store,
regular size, 50c and $1.
Good looks are more than skin deep,
depending upon a healthy condition of
all the vitsl organs. If the liver be inac
tive, you have a bilious look, if your
stomttch be disordered you have a dys
peptic look and if your kidneys be affect
ed you have a pinched look. Secure
good health and you will have good
looks. Electric Bitter9 is the great al
terative and tonic acts directly on these
vital organs. Cures pimples, blotches,
boils and givj g a good complexion . Sold
at Har'.z & Bahnsen's drug store, 50c per
Saving in the Kitchen.
They say that by rhopping up lemon or
orange peed, putt in'; the pieces in a bottle
and pouring a l.ltle alcohol over them,
you get as good flavoring for rice pud
dings as you could wish; nnd all cooks
know, or should know, t lie value of e-ery
crumb of bread. Kvery scrap of cold veg
etables may be used as salads or garnishes,
and every bone is valuable for stock, as
well as every spoonful of gravy.
Besides the delightful feeling that she is
lessening the cost of living by thus utiliz
ing what would otherwise to to waste, it
ought to give an intelligent woman great
pleasure to conduct the household affairs
on a strictly business b.-usis whether she is
rich or poor. New York Tribune.
The Painstaking Vife iiml Mother.
Iu spite of all that has been said about
the reckless extravngance of women, the
fact remains that a majority of them do
strive conscientiously to save their hus
baud'tt money. Toe much has been spoken
and written about the improvident wife i
who expends her n mrnal lord and mas-
ter's hard earned salary in personal finery
and the acquisition of elegant fittings for
her home. It is high time that a word I
should be said in be ialf of the painstaking
wife and mother, w ho, if she cannot add
to the family purse, can at least and does
save for it.
Who knows how often and uncomplain
ingly she denies herself little pleasures and
A in using Klectric Toy.
Make a hollow box US inches deep and a
foot square; line the bottom with ordinary
window glass, or better still, plate looking
glass; have a sheet of common or plate
glass to form the cover. Now cut out of
paper a variety of little figures and put
them into the box, together with a few
I small feathers and any other light sub
stances; then rub the surface of the glass
cover with a warm, dry silk handkerchief.
In a minute the figures and feathers be
come electrified and asume an erect posi
tion, dancing around at a rapid rate to
every motion of the rubber, causing much
amusement to the looker on. New York
llry Celery for Seasoning.
Before celery is used on t lie tal.de it is a
good plan to keep the roots, leaves and
luxuries rather than increase by a single j trimmings and put them in the oven when
item the already heavy household accounts? i the fire is nearly out to dry thoroughly.
It is not pleasant for a woman to go shabby Then grate the roots and rub everything
herself nor to see her home appear old together through a sieve and use for sea
fashioned. It takes a stronger quality of ; soiling. This bit of economy is recom-
moral eouraee than she is generally cred
ited with for her iu l-jok the other way
when she see a ha idsome piece of furni
ture marked "a bargain," or to cross the
street to avoid pass ng an attractive dry
goods shop New ork liecorder.
Keeninc a H isbunil Lover.
During a discussion relating to the man
agement of husbands, Mrs. Yardley, a New
York literary woman, sidd that one great
danger to marital happiness arose from
seeking outside sympathy when the
charms of romance, poetry and sentiment
found the dead hvel of reality. "The
troubles of married people," she said,
"should be guarded as sacred secrets, for
then the differences are more easily ad
justed and harmony may be restored. One
great cause of turmjil is the money relar
tion. Another is th it man in his friction
with the world forgets how wearing are
the small irritations of life. lie is tired and
does not wish to list jn to the uninteresting
details of a woman's small trials.
"The wife grows still and preoccupied
and dull, which furnishes him with an ex
cuse for neglecting :jer, so they drift away
from each other. A woman should never
allow herself to gro v dull and uninterest
ing if she would kei p her husband a lover.
If she would presen e the romance of the
courting time she must be as entertaining
and anxious to please as in the days of the
The Cbililrt u' Confiilaot.
Mothers, do you know, do you really
know, what your children are about? Is
there that confideiice between you and
your children which should exist? Are
you their chosen f liend? Until that is the
case some of your duty has been left un
done. Don't say thai your child is reserved
or seems secretive, f jr when this is so it is
invariably the fault of the parent. It
your intimacy with the children be of such
a nature that you v ill know their goings
Hnd comings, their irtues and their vices,
their faults aud fai ings. let the bond be
no close that a great revelation of their
character cannot coine to you second hand.
.Most children ar, easily led into confi
dence, but none ca l be driven. Hut the
confidence must begin early. Mamma
takes baby on her k iee at nightfall, nnd as
mended by a Frenchman, who savs that in
a well regulated kitchen everything may
be put to some good use if a housekeeper
is careful and "brainy." Exchange.
Red tablecloths and napkins lose their
fresh, red color soon unless carefully han
illed. They should be soaked for half an
hour in co'.d water, then put quickly
through lukewarm suds, rinsed in salt
water and hung up immediately. New
Mrs. Fawcett, the Knglish lecturer, sup
ports her claim for woman's suffrage by
stating that there are 38,000 women land
owners in England and Wales, and that of
these 20,000 are engaged in farming ou
their own account.
The gold thread used in so much of the
fashionable decorative work sometimes be
comes a little dull or tarnished, but if pure
in quality it can be restored to its original
beauty by pressing it with a moderately
Mrs. Newton, a New York writer, advises
wives never to have any secrets from their
husbands, for so a woman gains a man's
perfect confidence, one of the most potent
factors of happiness in married life.
In airing pillows choose a clear, bright
day, but never bang them where the sun
will strike them, as the sun acts upon the
oil in the feathers and develops a most dis
If butter is kept covered tight when put
in tho icechest it will not absorb the odor
of any food lying near. There is nothing
to sensitive as butter.
In Ixmdon there are said to be 18.000
iewspaper women, who have twenty-two
press clubs and authors' societies among
If oue's hands perspire easily when doing
ielicate work they should be bathed in a
lew drops of cologne from time to time.
BCCKLRN'8 ARNICA BALVB.
The best salve in the world for cats,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
cores and all skin eruptions, and posi
tivcly cures piles, or no pav required. 7
ts guaranteed to give perfect satisfactio
or money refunded. Irice 25 cents rx
box. Fcr sale hy Fart? diBabreen.
For Over Fifty Tear
Mrs. Winslow s Soothintf (?Ttod ha-
becn used bv millions of mothers fm
their children while teethinff. If dis-
burbed at night and broken of your res
by a sick child suffering and crying with
pain of cutting teeth send at once and get
a bottle o' "Mw. Winslow's Soothing
Syrup" for children teething. It will re
lieve the poor little sufferer immediately
uepenu upon it, motbers, tnereisno mis
take about it. It cure diarrhoea, regu
lates the stomach and bowels, cures wind
colic, softens the gums, reduces inflamma
tion and gives tone and energy to the
whole system, "Mrs Winslow's Soothing
Syrup" for children teething is pleasant
to the taste and is the Dreecription of one
of the oldest and best female physicians
and nurses in the United States. Sold bv
a',1 drugcifts throughout the world. Price
twepty-rivc cents a bottle. Ee sure and
ask for "Hire. W.dpIow's Soolhirc; Syrup
Floe llij ins t'M'tts.
Send ten (liO Of n's in fsmps to John
Sebastian, Ocri'l Tkt. and Puss. Ai't. ( hi
cago. liock Islir-d & Pacific R; . China
go, Iil.. for n pack of the la'i s-t snnoth-e-t.
slickest pUving i r,is yi u v-. r ssw.
Just i he- thing for high live l artii For
it Si'ln xpn ss mnnty r rdcr or postal note
will seed you five narks.
The taxis for 1891 are now due and
may he pcid hi the 'ownslup collector at
llursi & Donaldson's cfti -e in Masonic
T-mp e block Y, nr 1 ,st. e ir's r ceipt
wit be of .'reat HS-istanw to ;he co:lf c'or
in finding your descrotiors on the tax
books. William T. Sii.dkn,
It CnrrCold,Cmipht.Sre Throat, Crtnp.Inflnen
a,WhoopingCough,Bronchitind Asthma. at.
tin curv for Consumption ta brsi iuure ud mre rvlirf
In advanced stapes. rr at one. Yon will see tho
excellent effect after taking the first dose, smd
fe (k-aier evcr where. Large boW, 50 oe&u and
A Belicior.s aid Usaltifsl Confeeticn!
THE PUREST AND BEST CUM
EVER OFFI RED TO THE PUBLIC!
ITS MEDICINAL PROPERTIES ARE 1MVAIUABU1
SOSS CKJ3HS A1TD C3LS3,
AND IS MGHLY BENEFICIAL TO DYSPEPTICS.
It wlmen; the teeth and sv.'cr:ms tlip breath, im
parts a pleasant taste to the mouth, and an agree-
aDie ieruni; to inc. Momacri.
liorir's t!ioc-To Gum is the best, trv it once, and
you will ue no other afterwards If ;my dealer
you ask lor it. has net got it. take no other, but go
somewhere rise. You will find uH progressive
dealers have it, that is the class of dealers to pat
ronize always lor anything you want.
CHEW BORC'S CHOC-TO CUM,
69 a 61 S. CANAL ST., CHICAGO, ILL
HARTZ & BA.HNSEN,
Wholesale Azertu for Rock Island.
Sift n tablespoonful of pulverizer! susr.-tr
jver the top of two-crust pies when baking
rod see how delicious it makes them.
Ask Tonr Dram for A
bottle of bin u. The onlr
' non-pouonou reined r (or ail 1
I the unnatural discharges and
private d iseasea of men and the
debilitating weakness peculiar
to women. Jt cures in a few
I days without the aid or
i publicity of a doctor.
vine ITunfsa! American Cart.
.The Evans Chemical Co.1
U S. A.
A woman ray 5ev,and a vcman may spin.
And a vcman may vJotK all day,
BulLwbl SATAup cornes info her fcousc
Then vanish all troubles avay.
an it iiMMiJiii' ;vl
Billiard Parlor and Sample Room,
No. 117 Eighteenth Street.
JAMES T. C CONNOR, ! Proprietors. ! VM. H. CATTON.
J. Ma CHRISTY,
KUUFJUTiIRER Of CRACKERS USB BISCUITS.
A?k Yo:ir firwer for Them.
1 hcv are lleM.
The ChriMy "Oyster" anl thrifty "VTirER."
& FALL AND WINTER STOCK
of Goods received by
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Pnr aale in Rock island bv Hartz & Bihngea, 31 Ave. and 20th fitnt
avenport Business College,
COMPLETE IN ALL DEPARTMENTS.
FOR CATALOGUES ADDRESS
J. C. DUNCAN. Davenport. Ia
TO THE AFFLICTED !
Why pay biff foes to qunrks when the bei
tnodirul treatment cn he had lor reason
able pricosof The 1'erul'honucalOi., pn
jmrvu inm iue prescript Kins oi ur. Will-
inniB,apny(jiciu.nti woriu-wnie repute?
VftflUft IITM uiferin irom Seruinal
iUUIlU MLil and N(rr.u luhthfv
Ixsa if Memory. Dvspondenor. etc
In'iKearJy indiscretUnsor other causes; also
Lffnni P ACm UrU who peririice a weakness
rVilrJULC'ftDCU MLil inadTaneeof thetryearSvKtd
nor and Bladder tmuhleR. etc, will tlnd our Method
of Treatment a Safe, Certain and tipepdv l l'KE.
SEMINAL PASTILLES, ternal medicines alone will
whoha9L'i. special attention to these
disnMs lor many years. pre!cnbes Senn-
nai i-atiuies wnicn actairectiy upm the
diseased onrans, and restore rijzor uet;er
than stom.'wh Medicines, aa they are ni
changed t.yt he castric juice and require no
chunte uf dietorinterrui tiuninbusincss.
HOME TREATMENT rS
Cotiac frm SiUW u tl.Wl. iiK'Cf witb un
W iinms, priTate praflioe. ;ive tiieoi'a trial.
vPFPIFIP Un CI f'TtbcKidneyeandBlaiJJorCTm's
)l LU1I 10 IlJ.OI rwnt case tn one to fi.ur tiavn
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Call or write firiatal:.irncuja Iarurn.aiiocbvf:
Cousuiuntr ottirr. AJrs
THE PERU CHEMICAL CO.,
IS9 WiSrOhSiN SihECT. kULWAUKEE, Wi
For sale by all flmvclasa Grocery dealer.
O. 0. 13.
221 and 223
AL Lsnndrj Work done on thort notice.
A apecialty of Dres Sklrta.
Prices as Low as the Lowest.
Dr. Reniron'a Hel ab'e Bcmedy. Famoai evcry
wbere among the ladies aa cafe, prompt and
effeclal. Tbe original tconan'i mitatien. Price
(1, sent direct, sealed: information free. Address
Colon Medical to., Boston, M sss.
A. D. HUESING,
Represent, among otber ilme-tried ana wel
(sown Fire Ins arance Companies be fouowtsg:
Royal Insnrance Company, of Iceland.
Weacheter Fire Ins. Company of N . Y.
Buffalo German Ins. Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
Rochester German Ins. Co., Kocbefter, N. Y.
Citiiens Ins. Co., of Pittsburgh. Pa.
Bun Fire Office. London.
Tnion Ins. Co., of California.
Security Int. Co.. New Havn, Conn.
Milwaukee Mechanics Ins.Oi., Milwaukee, Wis
German Fire Ins. Co., of Peoria. Ill,
Office Cor. 18th St., and 8cnc;J Aye.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
J. M. BUFORD,
General . . .
The old Fire and Time-tried Companies
Losses Promptly Paid.
Rates a low as any reliable company can sScrd.
Your Patrout'e i solicl'i d.
Live Stock Insurance Co.
Insures lire stock against death from accident
or isas. For rates apply to
KD. LIEDZB KNECBT, Afeot.
XtXt Second arenue. Rock Island.
The Rock Island
Is the best medium through
which to reach the country trade.
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day morning to insure insertion
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