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THE ABQUB, I FKIDAY. JA'UAKY 29, 1892
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viirir fi'oni time to time
. News exjil.iins, liowever,
,iirws it is not m'fss:iry
i, ni:il pri-ssim-of air, lint
i'f I r-suri-. ami for this
; simple ilcviiv. It. is
i , n;t ni ity of. ii ir is si-alcil
ti.,. piissiui- of t lie inner
i tin' sidfs of t he
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miiv of tlie
rn:i"i - "I ii l:.u:uMi:TKU.
i-.iwlirrc rrmtiins unrliuns;el. But
,lt rt;. .-h
iri-ssure increases, there
iiiA.inl pressure upon the outer
-lit- veel. It, on the contrary.
.nln iic-pressure diminishes, the
.11 i !ie ve-sel is from withiu oilt-
::.;' av of makint; tnese ctiMtiites
ivs-ii'v v.s;!ile N shown in n curious ohl
jni"'i'r W'li. -Ii, with others noted lirrc
r, wis ciiiiially illustrated in I.a
!UIY. K agists in an uriKiiueiiLui kiss
k with a suil-Io 0H'iiin5 in the side, to
is attm lied a i;lass tulie bent up
inl nt a rulit iitmle. The flask is filled
:L w:i,T to a point alwve the openini;,
; nnkiiii: it nir t iu'ht, niidthe varvins
v.;;rv t'.'iv v n the outer and inner nir is
lif.. I.y the rise and fall of the level
tin' u.ili l in ! lie I u lie.
I'. . ir s. !, ii, -e New -.also describes the
.;...!! -a the left hand of the
..!.'! r.;:i at :.m. It is made from an
.!::,-, !. ::., pr.'i. led with a well lit-
..; , .i , ;,' iy of MlliU r. tliouiih
,.,;, .iner i: ptvviini-.lv soaked in
I iv,r.i:;iie The stopper is perfor
ms, i:..; a ;.l ,-s mlic, ntout a yard in
it.l . ;.. !i m IhuTi ends, is passed
-. J; it ; i tlie bottom of the bottle.
; 'ir ap;iara! us together the
".! t'u'.s; n' .H.t oin-(Uai'ter full of
;':'.! '. Mi1'.' almo-t rnliivly full,
t... i. i till' ttllit; is kept dosed
i - . ; water u ill not runout,
'i. v. . t i- inverted, iiml v hen. a r
- ii ill llie i 1 1 1 1 t rut ion, the
. i : :i . : n.itvr should stand a lew
... - 'Ik-ton nl' the tube, and will
-.i : .-I. .. . "i .! 114 ns the pressure of
- '. :' t.iliiitii'les or iliereases.
' ' f- '' ni.liiiaiy mercurial ba
i - - this water barometer will
At. ' ' ' '- l Li so barometers is that
r s..,tjj ive to -h:ilijres of tem
i.t pressure, and on it warm
1 iy- - .i.in.n ..i water will rise in the
' t,..'i;l.s;aiidin increased Htmus-
- 4in! 1 ; i- represented an improved
' re. i ' nir liariitneter. It. consists of a
-Wit., i.i, one end of which is blown a
.'.V- l-ll!. (lie other end beiiw left OIM'll,
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They Folluweil Copy.
In the days when mere! nnt vessels came
home reilolent of spices a ad loaded to the
brim with silks and chii a, a certain fam
ily determined to send beyond seas for a
dinner serviee which sh mid outshine in
lienuty everything thus fur seen on this
side of the Atlantic. Original designs '
fruits and flowers, arrang d in the form of
a wreath, hail been made for it by a skill
ful artist, and the sea catHain who under
took the commission was charged to spare
no money or pains in having it properly
Spring returned, jv1 here was much
watching of the vanes by this particular
family, and the ship news furnished the
most interesting column of the daily pa
pers. At length the loi g expected vessel
The Imix was landed nn l conveyed to the
house. Tlie whole family was present at
the opening, which was oerfonnml l.p t
A himself, while the servants peeped iu
at the door. i
As soon ns a part of tl e lid was split off
ami a handful of straw removed, a pile of
piates appeared, wrapped carefully in pa
per. Each of the famil,- snatched up a
plate, and hastily tore i!T the covering.
There were the flowers, f lowing in beauti
ful colors, the gold star and golden A ad
mirably executed, but in tier the gold star,
on every plate, dish and tureen were the
words, "This in the middle."
The literal and exact Chinese workmen
had copied this direction minutely from a
very crooked line which Mr. A hail
hastily scrawled on the pattern with a very
bad pen, and of course, w it bout the slight
est thought of finding it inserted verbatim
beneath the central ornament.
Mr. A laughed, his wife cried, the
sen-ants giggled, and tl e daughter cried
first and laughed afterw ird.
The only silver lining to the cloud was
the fact that then-after Mr. A always
had something amusing to tell his guests
at a dinner party. Penc.l Sketches.
A man whose head is bulging with
mathematical problems has calculated the
disposition of every hot r of the daily life
of an average man, and tells iust how
many hours a man of fifty has devoted U
his toilet, meals or news laper.
"Let us assume," si. id he, "that the
sleeping hours of an average man will
number eight daily. Tiiat is one-third of
his time, so that in fifty years your man
will have slept all told sixteen years and
eight months. The man who is shaved
daily at fifty years probably had his face
scrape.1 not oltener tlu n three times per
week at twenty-five yeais, whileduring his
first eighteen years a razor never touched
"Say that the semiceiitcnnrian has aver
aged two shaves a we- k for fifty years.
that will give .ViiK) sera les in the half ecu
lury. .i an average ot tittecu minutes
per shave the time d -voted to this one
small element, of life w ill run up to fifty
four days and four lioius.
"If a man should not i have in fifty years.
and then attempt to in ike up bis propor
tions nil nt once, hewiuld have to shave
light and day for nearly two months. The
fiveiage man who is no' limited to twenty
minutes for dressing, b -eakfast and catch
:ng the t rai.i, consumes t hirty minutes ir
getting inside his clot litis; in the morning.
Half an hour per day for fifty years would
amount to one vear, fif ecu davs and five
hours, so that if a mar should dress him
self nt the start in life for the whole fifty
ears, he would pass l o weeks bt-vond his
irst birthday amii vei-s,-. ry, and this means
working t wentv-four hours per day."
I.oudon T it Hits.
( -' - '' ami Atn i:.noMF.TEns.
u1'- - -!.!- narrowed by heating in a
Jrl."i'.' snuill ii;ittity if mercury is i n--itit.i
i he tube to serve us an in-v-a
ii i In-l.aroiiiet.er is in the posi
' ii A. tie- pi . -mi re on the air iu the bulb
'l'i.ii tli-j outride atmospheric pressure,
ij ii I'..- u.-ightnf the mercury; when it
Ti-v, ;i, , 1; jt t.(lll!ls ,j,e ontpido
j'--iiii-, ii, i, his the weight of the mer
1; by suspending the instrument sue-
in t he t wo positions and reading
i nt heights of the mercury on the
a'.iiio-phcric. pressure may be
'- by a set of tables which iiecom
- l unieiit.
produce injury to a
:h-r oil will
. - iiuogi-iiier on its nature, as some
'".ireviliynt as to be readily vaporized
a'-iU lt' w'"lu ol''crs being more dense
w-'th V'''" '' glutinous nature, combined
edlllient. sr.-lle mill ntlif.r frxtrrn mnt.
ff. prrIuc1hg a (lease mass of low heat
'iiiUivity which will settle to the bottom
ur- Pr'wcnting contact of the
, "lerew-iih, which will soon result in
; "jriimuon of ablisteron thesheet. This
" practically the case in tubular boilers,
""'"a large extent in the shupe of the
. sheet type.
"-' i er...
In view of these facts it
g'xxl engineering to keep oil
. an .mi.,,.. ...i.i .
i i egemoie nature us mr
u,e uiierior of the boiler as possible
' l'isi, sucu injurious effects have lieen
,i, 1 rro'" use of mineral oils, these
rQ I 10 K0 objectionable, for good
sUHs have often been obtaineil in tlie way
iw i mi"s thv ntllierence of scnle by the
""'e iion of mineral oils into the boiler.
1'utty ami Cement.
In T i "l!"'e of strong glycerin, heavy
: ""Xwl with litharge to form a stiff
. iiiitiiens in one hour; it is water am
. i-wi. iicconiing to The fcugineer,
""-II S:iv,i .l....
..-s m.n, IJUlCI, MiTOIlg CC111C11U
"'till! steam i ;....;.. l,ll
1 11UU IIUU UIIUK1 M 11
j., '-'"loride of lime three parts, waterto
imsic. s very quickly.
lirlti IliM-H Not Mule i lent lewonien.
In foreign lands, luiti.blv in monarchies.
rank or title is Mippu . ed to regulate hu
naiiity, to determine it s properties, l-.very
woman belonging to ti e nobility must be
by right a lady, the word correspondent
with lord, and the synonym ot the better,
more significant term employed here. Gen
tlewoman is good Aniericiin-Kiiglish for
what an Kuropenn lady often is not.
I july isnpplied abroad o a class or classe
it is applied here improperly; for, in a po
litical and strict sense, we have no classes.
The gentlewoman is too choice a product,
n any country and under any surround
ings, is composed of too many and too di
verse elements, to stand lor a class or
group. She represents individuals only,
and the individuals may be found in va
rious grades of life. .o rank, no dignity,
no position can make her or unmake her.
We hear of gentle bloid, meaning disttn
guished lineage; but no amount of gentle
blood, not all the blazons of heraldry, can
create a gentlewoman. Many queens and
duchesses are not gentlewomen, while the
commonest commoners are frequently
When a queen or duchess deserves the
gentle eminence it is not from her rank
but from her attributes, from the subtle
particles that form I er organization. It
is doubtful if the g-ntlewoman can be
fashioned by any sort or degree of training,
influence or education, much as these may
help her. She must In- primarily the yield
of nature in generous mood, in her period
of benevolence to the race. J. H. Browne
in St. I.ouis (ilobe-Deniocrat.
An Inexpensive Scheme for a Pretty,
llrlght. Cheerful and Comfortable Hall.
I might give many different schemes of
treat ing the hall, writes R. T. Robertson
in The Industrial World, such as a paneled
dado inoakorotherwood; or.if the hall had
little light, you would lie astonished what
a glow of rich color could be had by paint
ing the walls vermilion, just the color of
red sealing wax, and t he ceiling a bright
yellow, but I wish only to suggest that
which is comparatively costless, and cer
tainly no more expensive than the usual
method adopted. I may here mention that
no ceilings should be of a cold white color,
but should be tinted to suit the decorations
of the room, preferably of a cream or
warm yellow color. When possible, there
should always be a fireplace in the hall, not
only for its bright and kindly influence,
but to check the entrance qj the cold, damp
, una consequently iiuuing muca 10 lue
warmth and comfort of the house. A cur
tain in the hall also helps to make the
house less drafty and adds to the general
effect. Lay the hall floor with tile or with
parquet flooring, which is certainly the
most preferable plan, or stain and varnish
t he wood floor. Then a rug or strip of car
pet, which can be easily lifted and cleaned,
will add to the feeling of comfort. If you
use parquet flooring, either in the hall or
in the rooms, do not have the designs com
posed of different woods, such as the light
nnd dark woods so often used. Use one
kind of wood only, oak in preference, the
different grain of which will give quite a
variety of tone. As regards furniture, you
require little, but let that little be simple
in design and thoroughly good tn work
manship. All you require is a small table
and racks for hats and coats and umbrellas,
and a bench or chair. If you are fortunate
enough to possess a few pieces of old armor
or brass plaques, you will use them very
effectively here; failing that, a few char
coal drawings or etchings, bold and effect
ive, are of value.
Soft Slioes for Little Feet.
A baby's first little soft shoes can be
made at home of chamois, cloth r from
the tops of long evening gloves that are
past wear. Kach shoe will require the two
pieces shown in the ill ust rat ion, says a cor
respondent in The Country Gentleman, who
gives the following directions:
Pronounced Hope lee t, Ttt Saved
From a letter written by Mrs, Ada E.
Elurd. of Uroton, S. D., we quote: "Was
taken with a bad cold, which settled on
my lungs, cough set in and finally termi
nated in consumption. Four doctors
gave me up, saying I could live but a
Bhort time. I gave myself up to my
Savior, determined if I could not stay
with my friends on earth, I would meet
my absent ones above. My husband wa9
advised to get Dr King's New Discovery
for consumption, coughs and colds. I
gave it a trial, took in ail. eight bottles;
it has cured me, and thank God I am now
a well and hearty woman. Trial bottles
free Bt llarlz & Bahnsen's drus store.
regular size, 50c and $1.
Good looks are more than skin deen.
depending upon a healthy condition of
all the vital organs. If the liver he inac
tive, you have a bilious look, if your
stomach 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 Bitters is the great al
tera'ive and tonic acts directly on these
vital organs. Cures pimples, blotches,
boils aod gives a good complexion. Sold
at Hart, & Bahnsen's drug store, 50c per
BDCKLKN'B abnica balvb.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
oruiMS, sores, ulcers, Bait rheum, fever
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
corns and all skin eruptions, and posi
tively cures piles, or no pay required.
is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaclio
or money refunded. Price 25 cents pi
box. For sale bv Hartz & Bahnsen.
Por over Fifty Teare
Mrs. Winslow'B Soothing Syrup hs
been used by millions of mothers for
their children while teething. 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 of "Mrs. Wioslow's Soothing
Syrup" for children teething. It will re
lieve the poor little sufferer immediately
Depend upon it, mothers, there is no mis
take about it. It cures 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 prescription of one
of the oldest and best female physicians
and nurses in the United States. Sold bv
all druggists throughout the world. Price
twenty-five cents a bottle. Be sure and
ask for "Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup
Fine I'lnyine Vurrttt.
Send ten (In) cinls in stamps to John
Sebastian, Gen'l Tkt sod Pass. Afi't Chi
cago. R.irk IsKnd & Pacific Pj.. Chica
go, P!., for a pack of the lnii st, smooth
est, sW-kert playing curds y u tvirsw
Just the thing for Inch live parties. Far
a 50.? i x press money order or nostal note
wnl tend you hve packs.
PATTKIiS KOU r.AUV'S K11IST SHOES.
Hegln at the two points marked a, a, and
work with buttonhole stitch around to
b, b. IJelow this, work a vine in feather
stitch. On the small piece work from
a to a with buttonhole stitch, and from b
to b, about a quarter of nn inch from the
edge, work a vine in feather stitch. Join
the large and small pieces at a, a, and over
hand them together with the same colored
silks used in the embroidery, fulling the
large onto the small piece, and bringing
most of the fullness over the toe. Hring
the three points marked c, c, c together
and overhand, then overhand from c to d.
This forms the heel. Hun a ribbon to tie
through the slits, as indicated in the cut.
Ooze leather is very pretty for this pur
pose. It can be obtained in all soft shades.
As these little shoes cost from seventy
cents to a dollar and a quarter, according
to the elaborateness of the embroidery and
the material, it is quite a matter of econ
omy to make them at home.
Tin- tuxes for 1391 are now due and
msy he paid to the township collector at
Hurst & Donaldson s f fhee in Masonic
Ti ir.p'e block. Your last Tear's receipt
wii'. be of creat assistance to the collector
u fiodini; your descriptions on the tsx
books. Wii.mam T. Suodex.
AVIierts IlorseN Are Kateu.
Statistics show that in the department of
the ricino, Paris, and suburlis there were
consumed in 1G4-H5 solipeds 9S per
cent, being horses and from July 0, 1S00.
to Jan. 1, 1SSD, the t tal was 275,000. In
Toulouse the consumption in 1SS7 was3,S0Ti,
nn average of 27solipds to each 1,000 iu-
hahitaut-s. In Tours t he average was Lt to
each 1,000 inhabitant.;; in Troves, 20; in
Sedan, I!4; in Calais, IS; fli IJeziers nnd
Milan, 111; in Angieis, IU; in Keims and
Montauban. ".1, and in l.yonsand Lisieux.9.
Iu Urussclf., 81U horses were sold as human
food in 1SSC; in Liege, r.24 in 18S3; in Char
leroi. about 50 horses per week in 1SS9. In
Vicuna. 1.1SU horses ii. 1STi4, 4,725 from 1S03
to 1800. and 3.03 (froi i 10 horse butcher's
shops) in 1875. In Her in, aliout 0,000 horses
rter vear. in the neighborhood of 1S84. In
Amsterdam. 1.813 horses in 1SSS and 2,107
in 1S8U. Literary Dig t.
Tld by m Minister.
When I was in the i.heological seminary
I went out one Sunda f to preach in a small
village in Massachuj-etts. It was a rainy
Sunday, and the congregation was exceed
ingly small; not mors than twenty-five or
thirty were present. 1 suppose the fact
that a theologue was to preach had some
thing to do with the attendance. I had se
lected my hymns without much care, and
you can imagine tlm shock I experienced
when I announced thu opening one and be
gan to read it. The first line was, "O my
people, faint and few!" I got through with
the service in some vuy; but you may de
peud upon it that I have never used that
hymn since. Interview in New York
The death rate ir. Marseilles has grad
ually grown to such un extent that it now
exceeds the numlier of births. The city
has adopted a plan for a new system of
sewerage to overcome this mortality. The
cost will be about $7,300,000.
Quick Rack wheat Cake.
Sift two teaspooufuls of baking powder
Into one pint of sifted buckwheat flour,
half a teaspoonful of salt. Take one pint
of cold water, stir in the flour, gradually
letting it run through your fingers so there
will be no lumps; if the batter is not thick
enough, add a little more flour; one spoon
ful of molasses stirred into the baiter
makes the cakes a nice brown; bake as soon
Velvet Sponge Cake.
Two cttpfulsof sugar, the whites of three
eggs and yolks of six, one cupful of boil
ing water, 2; i cttpfu Is of flour, one table
spoonful of baking powder. Beat the yolks
a little, add the sugar and then beat fifteen
minutes. Add the three beat en whites and
the cupful of water just liefore the flour.
Flavor with extract of lemon and bake in
Taney Work Notes.
There is quitea rage at present for lace
tidies for the backs of chairs, or table cen
ters, whereon are placed lamps, or rose
bowls, and for the tops of cushions.
A large bag may le made with a waste-
paper basket as foundation, the lining ris
ing into a bag top; tins capacious ling will
hold all sorts of necessary work which can
bo conveniently stuffed mto it on any
Dainty 5 o'clock teacloths, with broad
lace stitched around the edge, are orna
mented with large designs in flowers or
fruit in white floss silk. A pretty one has
a conventional design in gold floss silk and
tinsel, standing out in conspicuous con
trast to the whiteness of the background.
As a rule this kind of work is done on fine.
white linen, but sometimes on course
t cream colored canvas.
A novelty is a bag for ladies' mantles,
made in very coarse serge embroidered in
a variety of different colors, and trimmed
with cord. The bag is quite square, and
when Tilled out with a fur lined cloak it
makes a comfortable traveling pillow.
Some charming nightdress cases in two
shades of terra cotta, green and electric
blue have the outer bordering of the
Dainty mats for rose bowls are made of
a square of smooth finished, heavy white
linen, underneath which is basted a piece
of white fish uet. T he design js outlined
through both materials iu buttonhole
stitches and the linen cut out, leaving the
fish net to show through the openings.
For a handsome brocaded satin pillow
material of a solid color is best. Outline
the designs in colored silk; follow the
shading of the flowers in silks, and vein
the foliage. The effect is very elegant.
THE NEXT MORNING I FEEL BRIGHT AND
NEW AND MY COMPLEXION IS BETTER
My rtiietor says It acts erently on the stomach, liver
ftnd kidneys, ami tsa iileasant taxattvp. This drink
Ik made frtini herl, and In jreiand for use as easily
as tea. lt Is called.
All dnizclsts sell It at MV. and 1.00 per narkfure.
Buy ono to-day. I,neg Family lrdtrinr morn
the IopI each day In ordt r to tw healthy, thia
For Horses, Cattle, Sheep, Eegs, Scgs,
500 Page Book nn Treatment of Animals
m ii u i nin sfm j- rec.
cities Ff w in. V on (rent i on. 1 n fl h mma t i on
A.A.iSninl Meniniritio. Milk Fever.
K.K. rirnins, I.amenexa, it hryaialinm.
t . .--liiHieroper, iaal ifiM-barges.
.!. Hot or Omb. Worms.
K.K-('ouirliw Heaven, I'nearaonia.
J-'. -'.-'olic or (wripen. Bellyache.
;.. .tlincarriase. Hemorrhages.
H.I1. I rinary and Kidney Dineaiic.
Eruptive JieaPM. Manse.
J.K. IliseaMPH ol IfigektioD, 1'aralynta.
Single Bottle (over 90 doses), - - .00
Stable Cane, with Sperlflen, MannaL
v I'teriiutry Cure OH and Medicauir, ST.AO
Jar Veterinary Cure Oil, - . 1.00
Sold by Drneirit; or Sent Prepaid anywhere
ana ui any quantity on ueceipi oi irice.
HUMPHREYS' MEDICINE CO
Comer William and John Sta., New York.
HOMEOPATHIC f f
li n fi tii i
nervous ueotuiy, vuai meanness,
and 1'rostration. from over-work or other causes.
SI per yi&L or 6 Tials and lanre vial nowder. for So.
Sold t Ducooiirrs. or sent poet paid on receipt
or prion. nuirrnnciy mtuiLlNr. LO.,
Oor. WUiiam and John Sta., II. Y,
1R. ST. ARMAXD'S
la the Safest and Sorest Kemedy ever discovered
for all the unnatural dischargee and I'kivate
IHsKAHKe of Men and the debilitating weakueae
peculiar to women. It hae never failed to cure
the most obstinate cage, in men, in from 3 to 6
dava. ISothins that makes Quicker claims is
tafo.) It is convenient to carry and bandy to
use no bottle or spoon to annoy you. Remem
ber, we guarantee it. Price tl.UO per box. tloui
TilAtA instructions with. each box. If the drug
gist yon ask for Dt. SC Armand'i French Cure
has not got it. don't let bim fool yon with bis
ii t ininia bv iiellinff -you some thine else in-
ateod, but semi iTice to us and we will forward
to you by mail, in plain, unmarked box. We
also treat CBtients by mail. Address THE
HAZZAKAK MKUIC1NK CO., 2vU South ban-
g&iuon btreet, Chicago, 111.
A woman may sevand a Woman may spin,
nna a woman may woriv ail day,
ButLwIieid STA(LW,p com info fcr liouse
Then vanish all troubles avay.
Billiard Parlor Sample Room,
No. 117 Eighteenth Street.
JAMES T. O'CONNOR, -! Proprietors. WM. H. CATTOX.
J. Ma CHRISTY,
VASUFACTUREB Of CRACKERS JU BISCUITS.
Ak Your Ororor for Them.
They e Bent.
The Chrifty "Oyster" atd Christy "'Wati."
4 FALL AND WINTER STOCK
of Goods received bv
JSIPCall and Examine.
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v i l.ossol Knun ,'tiwvr, H.-ittirn ho. Wukti!'mS"s lvt Munheoi!, Mtlniy KniH-
1L 1 nuns, Ncrvttu-ness. l,:i.MtiKii'. all tram- ami l.is ! i tw r th i'iiTativ e
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sale in Rock island by Hartz & Bahnsen, 31 Ave. and 2oth Ptrwt.
avenport Business College,
COMPLETE IN ALL DEPARTMENTS.
FOR CATALOGUES ADDRESS
J. C. DUNCAN. Daveiiport.Ia
TO THE AFFLICTED!
Why pay btsr f 009 to quacks when the best
TnfKtiCjil trefitnientcan be had for re a r
able prices of The Iem Chemical Co.. pre
parea irura ire proscnpimn 01 nr. will-
iam,a pnysician 01 wond-wiue repute t
VflllWl UPU auftertnf? fmm Seminal
1 uung mi.11 and errous 1 Ability
Ixws of Memory. Desptindcncr. etc
tiarly inrttscrettonsor other causes; alo
II C A PCn UCU who eEperience a weaknera
DLC'AUCU WLH Inadvanceof thetrTear&Kid.
nev and Bladder troubles, etc.. will find our Method
of Treatment a Safe, Certain and Speedy Cl'K:.
CCIIfUftl DKCTII I CC t-.xperienceprovesthatin-JUMInAL
I AallLLLOi U-rnal medicines iUf will
notcurethchoTeailmenta. Ir.W iliranw.
iwhohasKK. special attentioo to these
diseases for many years, prescribes Semi
nal lastillea which act directly upon the
diseased organs, and restore vigur better
uian Momax-n Medicine, as iney are not
changed b the tcaatric juice and reqmre
change of diet or interruption in business.
HOME TREATMENT Z3S2$i
oiM-linn from 1.110 1 l.r..(Kl, ued witb un
f Ailitltf f . r J .17. ,HirYv voar inllr
Williams' private pra-tic. Give tbom a trial.
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OI Lull IU nU,0l rwrnt eiisoa in one to four dava
IITCDItC CIITDPDUlf Sure Core f.ir all t..rnia..
U I CnmC LU I nlrniu vvmale Wraknem. eic.
Call or write forl atiilopueand lnturiuatiuobtifc
OouauiUnir ot hen. Airtr.
THE PERU CHE.illCAL CO..
189 Wisconsin SmET. MILWAUKEE, WI
i viz. :Ml
For sale by all Unt-clase Grocery dealers.
C. O. D.
221 and 223
AL Laundry Work done on short notice.
A apecialty of Drees Skirts.
Prices as Low as the Lowest.
Dr. Renifon's Kcl ati'e Kemedy. Kanoue etery-
where auior; the ladie as m'e. prompt and
effectttal. Tbe original vomaa'i tuhalion. Price
1, sent direct, eaied : iiiformation free. AddrcM
Caion jltidioal tjo., D0910P, Mur.
A. D. KUESING.
Represents, tmong other time-tried tad we!
known Fire Insurance Companies be following:
Royal Insurance Company, of Bngland.
Weschester Fire Ins. Company of N . Y.
Buffalo German Ins. Co., Baflalo, K. Y.
Rochester German In. Co., Rochester, N. Y.
Citiiens In. Co., of Pittsburgh, Pa.
enn Fire Office. London.
Union Ins. Co., of California.
8ecnrity Ins. Co.. New Hnvn, Conn.
Milwaukee Mechanics Ins. 0i.. Milwaukee, Wis
German Fire Ins. Co of Por:a. Ill,
Office Cor. 18th St., and SconJ Aye.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
J. M. BUFORD,
The old Fire and Time-tried Compun;e
Losses Promptly Paid.
Rate a low any reliable company tan afford.
Your Patron e i ol:cit-d.
Live Stock Insurance Co.
Insures live stock against death from accident
or disease. For rates apply to
ED. UKBKRK3ECHT. AgeBt.
17)2 Second avenue. Rock Island.
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which to reach the country trade.
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