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THJE ABGU& MONDAY. JbEiiRUAKY 8, 1892.
KvrED-Bu ir Je t: 8D Nineteenth Btrcct.
'BnIlLVAH(J 't d-liv-red at your door
Pl;..rr ereain lot lc per week.
LrrLB OK KENT A Saloon and flxtnn-s
ritv '-Iciie I. in Hampton; for parti: ular cill
Tir'-i-lH ATl'I Iw pnc'f.
" v:iltt rnnnir m; n to Co on the
tTTrVlc u'-'opcc: call at 1.06 Thir.. avenm.
f,,r i no r . auaiu a.
iF A few eood salesmen to take orders
AraViinine of fruit an-1 ornamental tree.-.
.,r". K-'fcn-nct- required G()I PA.
ii. P. fCKtSfitfAN -'. Rocbmtib,
'VV ,-iv.-c .ntrol f our b.i-ln- an! ap
. 'n il ana .inniteui i v.v.j ... ----:
: . 1 In un v-jraJ demand and , ay a net
in . Pr c.-nt 'HIS IMOJi COtt-
I Itrns !w it. New Vork.
' ... ..ir.r4 pvi?rvwhirre for
C ' ... ,.,r tcnpi.
I ,r t' I V " 1 1 -of the WDRL.."; produced
..'at .'f I "ii."!) ; tri-mn Jous occes; Mr.
'''if r ', i '"ft i". Inl , c -areil f)0U in 4
M Ml"",,' i...- I'laiiitlell. Mans.. SIST
'"vi - M - " 11 Hnrri, GarOeld, Penn ,
r- riia'tt Tim greatest book on
li ? " ..ii i-r 'Ii.- Freight p lid. Beautiful
.! Ire-?, (ilobo Bible Publishing
r. tn -i"1' ' r,'l" Phil idelpbia. Pa.
J. M. I5EARDSLEY,
I rroHfST AT LAW-Offlce with J. T. Ken
JUKSOX & HCKST.
irotNEYS AT LAW. Office In Rock Island
. jjiJinna' Bnk Building. Rorfc Island. 111.
a. i. witnu
SWEENEY & WALKER,
LtT IKS'EVS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW
JioU'V !c 8ea,'s:ou' :look. Rock Inland. Id.
H.EMBY & McENIRF,
.-.-.- i T. t & TIT T.i.n nnnAW
?A m'fnrollections. Refererc 1. Mitch-
2 : Lynde. hankers. Offloe in Poatofllca bloc.
ii i.E EVSTi' EVBNING at Crampton'f
Ij1 P.. l. F ve c per copy.
! "' J. 7. IX D.,
c i.infii it; :i srenenl pmcti c, makes a
a r;i'!vof il j .ie of wimien
I; ii;S-cond Ave. Kx'k Inland
ii'.; .'. . ir . "-ir.il Ave and Fifteenth ttrevl.
II a:ii' ' '. .1. ni. Ml 1 ft to 5 p. m.
' T :....!i.i"e So. l'JOii.
DS. J. i, I'AWTHORSE,
f. ''i er.'t ic. d without pa'n by the new
N . y, ' iccoad avenn ow r Krai! if Math'.
GEO. P. STAUDUHAR,
I', .in- in 1 ftiipi'rint- n tonco fir all cl;i9 -f
i! f i ; r.5, Mi telle l Lynde bulMing
DRS. S!CKl L & SGHOEMAKER
JlitciieK &. Lndc'a Block. Rooms 29 31
R, M. PEARCE,
K ni U in Mitchell A LynJe's new block.
Express and Moving.
All order promptly attended to. Char
iy"i.. v(' or.icr- at ft. TrenAman'a Harriet"?-
A brilliant array of holiday
Rich Fancy Goods,
Au'l a btivriMenrg atray of
It. CRAMPTON & CO.
Th- R-jcri Islaud Booksellers.
h n:i g-tting re idy for the
h zz'h; iTil ever done
in thir Btore.
Leave Your Orders for
''ir.icr Eleventh street nd Tenth.avenne.
Tiics!; )ne No. 1J30.
n. F. LAMP Manager.
No. 1724 THIRD AVE.
A M. & L. J. PARKER,
w -Mru-cUs. wjrk aai .apscial attention to
Rino rja up,
CARBOLIC ACID SOLUTIONS.
Their Instructive. Anion Cpon the Skin
When I'xed a Long Time.
Popular Science News notes a warning
by A. Frankeuburger against the injury to
the skin and even bom- which may result
from the long continued application of
weak (3, 2-j nnd even 2 per cent.) carbolized
applications, especially upon peripheral
portions of the body, -mch as the fingers.
This effect is due in a tmall measure to the
action of carbolic acid upon the vasomotor
system, but in the muin to its destructive
effect upon the red ant white blood corpus
cles. This induces, psrtly in a mechanical
and parti- in a chemical way, stasis, first
in the capillaries and, if the action of the
drug be continued, then in the larger veins
ana art cries, with the result that the nutri
tion of the part is interfered with and the
removal of harmful substances hindered.
The maceration of the epidermis caused by
the acid favors evaporation, so that the
gangrene is a dry one, a mummification as
it were. The author believes that evtn
weak carbolic solutions as external appli
cations are to be either completely discard
ed or to be used only with the very strict
est precautions, and t hat the sale of car
bolic water by druggists should be wholly
Karly Attention to the Teeth.
About the sixth yea- or soon after, four
permanent molar or double teeth make
their appearance, says a writer who calls
the attention of parems to the importance
of early attention to children's teeth. It
is generally supposed that these four teeth
belong to the first si't, and if thtv deenv.
ana are removeu tney will come again.
X his is a mistaken idea. They are perma
nent teeth, and if lost will be lost forever.
Jo teetu that come after the sixth year
are ever shed. At tw.'lve years the second
set is usually compli t .i, h theexception
of the dens sanienti.e, or wixlnm teeth.
which make their appearance from the
eighteenth to the : wenty-fourth year.
During the crtip! ion f the second set, the
beauty ami chi:r.:.-ter of t he child's coun
tenance is coitit li-ted, and everything de
pends upon pr. ;:cr tare and attention at
this time, to see i'iat i he teeth come with
regularity, ami without being crowded.
Another verv 1 npoitant reason whv the
teeth should in life receive the ut
most care ni:'! "ofe-sional attention, is
the effect they i -t upon the nrticulation.
The loss of u M' !. t oth affects the utter
ance and invari:;i produces n liiHsinir or
lisping sound in .rtic.ilatitigcertain words
containing the ' 'ital vowels, such as t, d,
s, q and j. All; lli speakers, especially
lawyers, clergy t i a id others, should, as
they value si c; .ct enunciation and ar
ticulation, renu i' her that the teeth were
placed by nature to ft nn a certain arch for
the express purpose, of giving force and
purity of utteran -e. The modulation of
the voice also is, in it great measure, de
pendent on the s'iaj.0 of the mouth and
healthy condition of the teeth nnd their
Kindred to the f.iiiiiliar troubles of sea
sickness and carsirkiiess is the sensation
caused by the sudde'.i stoppage of an ele
vator; in some very sensitive people it is
quite nn unpleasant matter. According to
a contemporary, the sickness can be avoid
ed by observing simple physical laws. The
stoppage of the eleva or car brings a dizzi
ness to the head an 1 sometimes a nausea
at the stomach. The internal organs seem
to want to rise into the throat. All this
comes from t'--fact that all parts of the
body are not s: ;iped at the same moment
of time. The n-et being next to the car
floor stop with the car, while other por
tions of t lie bodv coir inue moving. If the
body as a who!;- ca l be arrested at the
same time with the feet, there will lie no
sickness. This can I e done by placing the
head anil shoulders against the car frame.
Then there will be no sickness.
Of luterrst to C'remntionUtH.
The Japanese some time ago adopted
burial of the dead, in imitation of Kurotiean
nations. It. will lie interesting to crema
tionists to learn that, nccimling to The In
dian Medicr.l (ia.et e, they have rever'ed
to their own custom of burning the dead
on account of its t;ii::tar' recommendations.
TWO STYLES OF TEAS.
Mrs. J. O. North up or Burlington,
Vermont, after a recent visit wi'h her
son-in-law. Mr. Clarey. of Des Moines,
wrote as folio we : "I caught a bad cold
oa my way home, and am sorry that I
did not time a botile or two of the Cu
ieb Cougb Cure with me. I can't gt
anything here thst does me as much
good." Mr. Clarey sa' s that he would
not be without lbs Cubeb Cough Care
for his children. For sale by all drug
gists. Hartz & BahnseD, wholesale
W. I . Arkell. nnhli-tipr f Tmlno n;i
Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper,
'Jndce Building. 1
Cor. Fifth Ave. auu Six eeath St , v
New York, January 14, 1891.
"About three weeks fince. while suf
fering fron: a severe cold which had set
tled on my ches I applied an Alloock's
Porua Plaster, and in a short time ob
"Id my opinion, these plasters should
be in every household, for use in case of
coughs, colds, sprains, bruises, or pains
of any kind I know that in my case
the results have been entirely satisfac
tory and bentnV.ial."
$!50 will buy a good span of work
ho'ses, harness snrt wagon. Inquire at
J. W. Jones' second-hand store 1614 ave-
Afternoon Tea in Town anil Country.
What Should 1! Served at Kach.
There nre two stvles of entertainment
under the general ni.tnes of ieas high teas
and afternoon teas about which a lady of
society gives the following useful hints in
a little handbook on "Manners:"
The first is a meal taking the place of
a dinner, at which I ot meats, cakes, warm
breads, preserves .-mil other sweets are
served: such teas ar more popular in the
country than in town.
In many houselx Ids it is the custom
about 5 o'clock to It; vc a tray brought in
to the mistress of th house and placed be
fore her on a sma.l table. On this tray
should be n tea ser ice, cups, saucers, etc.
She herself then m.tkes the ter.. pours it
out nnd passes it to whatever visitors may
lie with her at the moment. The servant
brings in thin slices of bread and butter,
cake, nnd perhaps Knglish muffins, which
nre usually served with the cup of tea.
Afternoon teas resembling receptions are
also given, but these come under the head
of more general entertainments.
The entertainment at a tea ought to be
simple, nnd the visit ing cards of t he hostess
are used for the invitations, on which
should be written on the lower left hand
corner and opposite the address the words,
"Tea at 5 o'clock," allowing the day and
Kits r Social Wisdom.
Experience and olwervntion insocietyarc
the chief means by which one acquires the
polish that society demands.
The commonest thought well put is more
useful in n social p tint of view than the
most brilliant idea jumbled out.
Politeness is the natural expression of a
refined nature. The counterfeit is easily
distinguishable f ro n the genuine article.
It is only when a man is. complimented
that he thinks be is seeing himself as others
There is no flatte y so exquisite as the
flattery of listening.
Hippocrates was the first
physician of note in the world,
and the first man who laid
down as a rale that the theory
of medicine shou'd "be to assist
nature He was two thonsand
years ahead of his time, for it
took the world more than that
tim to be f dacatei up to his
idea. In fact, it was only of
late years tint physicians have
come to understand that a sim
ple remedy is much more effi
cacious than a drastic one.
Keid's German Cough and Kid
ney Cure ii one of those mild,
g-ntle medicines that appeal to
the pystem, sustaining it, stim
ulating it. arid cures the patient
without the use of opiates or
destroying the digestion In
tins point it Das no f qual in the
caugh medicine line It con
tains no poison. For eale by
all drugaifcts. If your local
dealtr does not have.it in stock,
tell him he can get of any
Sylvan Remedy Co ,
mikes child birth easy.
Colvin, La., Dec. 2, 1886. My wife used
MOTHER'S FRIEND before her third
confinement, and says she would not be
without it for hundreds of dollars.
Sent by express on receipt of price. $1.50 per bot
tle. Hook " To Mothers " mailed free.
BRADFIELO REGULATOR CO.,
for .alc BY ALkDnuaaiGTS. ATtJIjVTJI. Oil.
SOLD BY H&BTZ & B&ENSEN.
VUl Cure any
IT WILL NOT
IP YOU TAKE
$500 Reward for any
injuxiouS( substance found
in th(e Capsules.
mM a. aV
w elm m mm
Monev refunrlpd if not
as we say. Sent postpaid
on receipt of price, 1
NORMAN LICHTY. FAMILY CHEMIST.
Des Moines, Iowa.
Forpn'cby a'l driU'S-'i.-'H. Ihirtz & Bahni'en,
WoolcBilc utfcnte; '
0. E. WISW&LL & CO.,
Chicago's Finest Shoe Store.
Stock the Largest.
Roods the Finest.
Prices the Lowest.
Men's and Ladies
Kand Sewed Welt Shoes.
Send for Catalogue.
C. E. WISWALL 4 CO.. 160 State Si. Chicago.
-ALL KINDS OF-
Cast Iron Work
done. A speetalty of furnishing aL kind
of Store, with Castings at 8 aenta
A MACHINE SHOP
Mt been added where all kinds of machine
work will be done first-clan.
NINTH ST. AND 7th AVE.
DOWNING BROS.. Propts.
That Looks Impossible !
But it is the Truth!
Our entire stock of Clothing and Gent's Furnish
ing Goods has to be sacrificed regardless
of cost, as we will positively
QUIT THE CLOTHING BUSINESS.
115 and 117 West Second Street, 0AVENP0R1. u
Fetoary Clearing Sale.
Men's hand-sewed button shoes, - $3.00, worth $5.50.
(These are out of style and must go.)
Men's calf tongue boots,
Men's heavy lace shoes,
Boys' lace shoes,
Ladies' peb. goat shoes,
Ladies' welt shoes,
These are bargains and good wearers and fitters.
If you want bargains in any kind of footwear
call and see us.
During the month of February and before we
invoice, we will give you bargains in footwear never
known of before.
CARSE & CO.
1622 Second Avenue
ImtmrUtt' wiiliant CfmnsnareiH l thekiu- R-
I mswM fr tMn.nlra. Innklm taid difoolormllons. Faff
tui by il ttna vidfsdnifrirt te,oriDAild for 80 ct
.J " forma on
Ktamra Axrmxnvm Bcbxao (10 Gonna
Ftreet)- turn aaTO
f imp ionEret war
J. T. DIXON
And Dealer in Mens' Fine Woolens.
17Q6 Second Ayenoe