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THE ABQUP. ATUltDA Y JbEUHUAliY 7 1892
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TTOKSEYH AT LAW. Office In Rock Island
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DR. J. E. HAWTHORKE,
Teeth extracted without pain by the new
N".'.7!'i Ser-ond avenne. over Krell t Math'.
GEO. P. STATJDTJHAR,
?.ir. and superintenijence for all claes of
R.ii-.a V! and S3, Mitchell & Lyndc building
DRS. BICKEL & SCHOEMAKER
Mitchell & Lynrte's Block. Rooms 29-81
R, M. PEARCE.
k--m Is in Mitchell & Lynde'e new block.
Express and Moving.
A" t ! -a promptly attended to. Char--'
'-ojoi v . ' ' Trt;naman Karnes.
A brilliant array of holiday
Rich Fancy Goods,
A ' 1 t
a ii wildpriDg array of
. CRAMPTON & CO.
Tli- Rock IrL-tti.1 PAftVflji0
b;'Jst, trads ever done
. in their store.
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(Cor.th utdfrom Second page)
false jiride nor from snobbishness that
he forbore to proclaim his origin, but
rather from a rough sense of humor, and
keen, if slight: y malicious, enjoyment of
the situation. It seemed to him so uood
a joke, this riding over Old World tradi
tions on the w ive of financial success.
Mrs. Beverley, feeling that her first
venture had been a failure, changed
her subject and talked to him of
western seem s mid life, the stirring
romance of mining camps and the
Homely exiienences of the frontier.
where civiliza' ion duffs her hat to nature
and rough humanity. Her knowledge,
gleaned from books, w:is theoretical
and by no means accurate, but such ns
it was it suffic d to put Anthony on fa
miliar ground ami make him forget
himself. The subject interested him;
he was versed in every detail and sat
urated with iii'unnation and experience.
so that he forgot to be shy or bold his
two methods in dealing with women
mid talked will and cleverly, rising at
times to a rude eloquence of description
which delight) d nut only Mary, but also
the rest of the company, who had grad
ually ceaseil l heir own desultory talk
and gathered i ear to listen.
He was led m gradually to speak of
himself and of his own adventures, and
before he rea ized it was telling them
the story of th i Prairie Dog mine. He
told him of hii luckless prospecting, his
long failure and his determination to
abandon so bootless an enterprise, in
spite of the instinct which urged him
to persistence. With quaint humor he
described bis own chagrin, and the com
bat of the liilii utian champions of sense
and instinct, ti e result of which had al
tered all his ftrure.
Then he told them of the mishap to
his broncho, i ml of tnc Grange wild
canyon to the discovery of which it had
led him. He described the aspect of the
place, its dark pine and redwood trees,
its m;isses of gray rocks, its snow fed
pool, near whii h stood the rough slab
hut which war. once the home and the
prison of an :iu-ast from Immunity.
As well as he was able he made them
see the forlorn habitation and feel the
solitude of the : . ,, the awful pathetic
loneliness of tl: '..-retched creature, suf
fering day afte day, week after week,
without a hmnaii hand to aid him, a
human voice ti ; peak a word of cheer.
The languag. in which the tale was
told was rough a -.1 simple, almost pro-
lane at times. Ihi it did not grate on the
listeners, nor u . .,lt them, as it would
have done had tin- theme been different.
It seemed the natural setting of the
story, as the m Mintains, the forests and
the mighty solitude had liecn the setting
of the tragedy of the outcast's life and
It was so far rr moved from all they
knew, from all to which they had been
accustomed, thi.t they crowded around
him, plying him with questions, and
making much of him in their interest in
the things he told them. To their old
fashioned country simplicity he seemed
a wonderful creature, a man whose life
had been tilled with the stir of large
events and the interest of strange hap
penings, and in their unworldliness they
enviod him hi ; experiences far more
than the succc-- which was their prac
tical result. A t ast so full of adventure,
of endurance, .f achievement, of life
appeared to the bucolic mind a richer
treasure than mere gold.
Then, before Anthony could grow
inflated with bis victory, and self as
sertive and arrogant, and so spoil it all.
the tea bell rang and changed the cur
rent of thought and conversation.
"What do yon think of him, my
lear?" Mrs. Wilmer found occasion to
whisper to Marj Beverley as they seated
themselves arou id the table.
"He is interesting and original," Mary
replied at once. "He is a very strong
luan; and he doesn't grate himhi me
as much as I tin tight he would at first."
He grated on her horribly before the
evening was over. When the comiauy
reassembled in the parlor after tea, he
sought her side once more, attracted in
spite of himself a:id of his already wan
ing resentment. A pretty young woman
with a very swe t voice had gc lie to the
piano, and was j laying softly. The rest
were gathered unr, urging her to sing,
and combating her objections, which
were couched in graceful language, but
rested on a solid foundation, since her
supper was still almost in her throat.
Mary leaned bick in the corner of the
sofa, watching t he flames curl around
the great oak lof s, and wondering idly
whether her little boys were in bed, and
v hether Miss Cornelia had remembered
to make them w: sh their hands and faces
an:l say their j ravers properly before
going. She usu illy attended to these
things herself, lor Ran was still too
young to cope with either religion or
soap unaided. nd . she was n careful
Anthony watched her from under his
eyelids; he had a trick of drooping them
until pupil and iris were indistinguish
able in color or e vpression.
Suddenly he be it forward and said the
thing he should i ot:
"1 hope you don't bear me any grudge
for bnying the old place, Mrs. Beverley.
1 know the old families hold on to their
land like death, e ven when it isn't doing
them a cent's wot th of good and is bring
ing them dollars in debt every year. 1
know, too, that when you can't hold out
any longer and '.ho land cornea to the
hammer you think it's a devilish hard
case, and curse the fellow that buys it
for an interloping blackguard, and
would crucify him if yon could. You
ought not to feel that way, yon know; it
Isn't common sen ?e, or the way to push
things and help your section."
Mary, thus accused by implication of
narrowmindednet 8 and small, con
temptible meanness, was naturally in
dignant They b id extended sufficient
courtesy to him, she thought, to have
exempted them from this indictment
Turning her dark eyes full upon him,
she replied, quiet y and coldly:
"Yon do not understand ns at all, Mr.
Anthony, if yon inagine us so contempti
bly small as tha -- We love onr lands,
of ronrsa. and it is a keen distress to
have to part with them; bnt we are not
so petty as to resent on an outsider what
is, after all. the result of actions or
faults or our own. If our lands come in
to the market, they are open to any and
every purchaser, and your opinion of us
must be poor indeed if you think a
grudge against those becoming possessed
of them rankles in our breasts ever aft
erward." Anthony felt snubbed, without know
ing exactly wherefore. In hjs conscious
ness of their relative positions he had
seemed to himself to bo putting in a plea
against all possible hard judgment, and
had rather despised himself for caring
how she felt about the matter. It
seemed natural that she should feel sore
about the land, and he had simply depre
cated the soreness and suggested that
any such feeling was unreasonable. For
thiftlife of him he could see nothing of
fensive in his remark, and yetsheclearly
was offended. He thought that for a
woman of her age and intelligence she
was lacking in common sense.
On Mary the impression made was
deeper. She was annoyed by the tact
less blnntness of the speech and by the
low estimate of human nature it showed,
and in addition it revealed a coarseness
of liber that repelled her. Women usual
ly form their estimates of humanity from
instinct or subtile divination, and Mary's
instincts were all antagonistic to the
man beside her. He might rough hew
great actions, but there was in him none
of that delicacy of touch, that fineness
of perception which make 6mall actions
With instiint rebound from what dis
pleased her, her mind returned to the
impressions formed at the opening of
their intercourse, and the modification
of the time between was blotted out
which was really an injustice to An
thony. TO BE CONTINUED.
mi day Mervirra.
At the Central Presbyterian, the usual
serviies morning and evening, preaching
oy tuepssior, lie?. Johu H Kerr. Morn
in: subject, "Christ and the Youcc Iluler."
Sunday school at 11:45 a. m. Y. P. S
C E. at 6:45 p m.
At the Grace Luthtrdn. (Seventh ave
nue anrl Forty-fourth street) Rev. G. E.
Sbuey, pastor. Services at 10:45 a. m
and 7:30 m. Morning text, 1 Tim.
(:) 4 Sundny school at 9:15 a. m.,
Prof. C. W. F;is, stiueriuUn lent.
At the Swedish Baptist cburcb, Filth
avenue and Twenty-first street, A. O.
Eneblom psstor. Services at 10:30 a.
m. and 7:30 p. m. Evening tonic,
"Jisus oa His Molher." Prayer meet
inns Wednesday evenings at 7:30.
At the Ctristian, services at 10:30 a.
m. and 7 30 p. m.. conducted by the pas
tor. Kev.T. W. Grafton. Morning sub
ject. "Three Centuries of Blood " Eve
ning subject, "Near Siehtedness." Sun-
day Fchool at 9:15 a. m., Y. P. S. C. E.
at b:30 p. m.
At tbe Broadway Presbyterian, preach
ng at 10:45 a. m. and 7:30 d. m. bv the
pR3tor, Rev. W. S. Marquis. Moraine
suDject: "ibe Message to Pergamos
buniiay school at 9:10 a. m . Young
peopie-s meeting at, o:4D p. m. South
Park Sunday school at 2:30 p. m.
At 'he K irst Methodist Dreachine ser
vice at 10:45 a. m. and 7:30 p. m., by tbe
pastor. Kev. r. W. Merreii. Moraine,
subject. "Responsibility of the Free
Agent." Evening, "Labor Organiza
tions the Bright Side and the Dark
Side." Sunday schoo at 9:30 a. m , J. P.
Robinson, superintendent Young peo
pie s meetiDg at t.30 p. m.
At 1 nmty church. Rev. R. F. Sweet.
S. T. D., rector, tomorrow, Quinquiges
ima Sunday, Sunday school at 9:15; mat
ins at 10:15; litany and celebration at
11. Even song at 7. At the chinel.
even sone and Sunday school at 2:30.
p. m. Ash Wednesday, services at 10 a.
m. and 4:15 p. m.
At the First Baptist, preaching at 10:45
a. m by the pastor. Rev. Dr. C. E Tays
lnr. Suhjoct for morning, "The Ltord
God of Elijah;" evening, "Why the Gen
eral Repudiation of Jesus Christ as Sav
ior." The first of a scrie of several dis
courses on practical religious truths
Sunday school at 6.15 a. m., C. L. Wil
liams. superintendent, Young People's
union at 6:30 p. m. Topic, "Europe for
Christ," leader, Clarence Soauldinz.
Sunday school at Forty-fourth street
chapel at 3 p. m., F. M. Sinnett, superin-
Coal Valley, Feb. 24 Robert Sav
age, of Purt Byron, was here today.
iaanes L.air.1. who came to see Lis
parents three weeks aeo from Fort Worth.
Tix , returned to his home today.
r rea tiass, son ot John L. Haas. is here
from Tavlor county, Iowa.
Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Grimm, of
Jones county, Iowa, are here visiting rel
atives. They formerly lived here.
An inmite of of the county farm died
yesterday. Her cicltname was "Youd"
Frank Naylor has bntieht and is Etill
buying corn. He has 250 feet of cribs
12 feet wide and 12 feet hieh, and is
adding 50 feet to them, atd has stored
several thousand bushels in tbe old mill
Daniel O'Connor died at the poor farm
on the 21st after a long illness. He was
84 years of age, a native of Ireland. His
remains were taken to Rock Island on
Mordiy for interment.
Fred Valine, lost a good horse on the
23rd inst. with hay fever. Andrew Park
Inst one on the 22nd.
Sleep on Left Side.
Many persons are unable to sleep on
their left side. The cause has long been
a puzzle to physicians. Metropolitan
papers speak with great interest of Dr.
Franklin Miles, the eminent Indiana
specialist in nervous and heart diseases,
who has proven that thiB habit arises
from a diseased heart. He has examined
and kept on record thousands of cases.
His New Heart Core, a wonderful remedy,
is sold at Hartz & Bahnsen's. Thousands
testify to its value as a cure for heart
diseases. Mrs. Chas. Benoy, Loveland,
Colo. , says its effects on ber were marvel
ous. Elegant book on heart diseases free.
For beauty, for comfort, for improve
ment of the complexion, nse only Poz
zoni'i Powder; there is nothing equal to
A Mute Eecovers Speech
Alphoni-e Heoiphling, of Sammit. town
ship. Butler Co., Peon., made an affidavit
that his 12-year.old son. who had
bad St. Vitus dance for twelve years, lost
his speech, ws completely cured after
usinp three bottles of Dr. Miles' Restora
live Neryine, and and also recovered his
speecti. Thousands teslify to wonderful
cures from using it for nervous diseases,
dysnepsia, nervous debility, dulltie-s.con-
f iicii ' t ." 1 I. . . 1 . V.
.no,,, j u, uiiiiu, iitniiucue, etc. rour
flflses of this Nervine cured Mrs. W. E.
Burns, Souih Bt-nd. Ind . who had been
suffering with roiisinnt headache for
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book free at Hrlz & BibnsenV
letter from Cyrus W. Field, Jr.
8 East Sij h -m ,-t. )
New o.k, .May s, 18S3. (
Several times this winter I huve suf
fered from severe colds on my luugs.
K.eh time I have applied Allcnrk's Pi rus
Plasters, and in evi ry instance I have
hem q iickly relieved by appljing one
Hcri ss my cbest and one on my bick.
My friends, through my advice, have
trU d 'he experiment and also fo:,ini it
most successful I feel tha- lean recom
mend them most highly to any one who
may fee fit to try them.
Cyrus W. Fiei.ii, Jk.
Miles' Nerve and Liver Pills.
Act on a new principle reguliting the
liver, stomach and bowels through tbe
nerves. A new discovery. Pr. Miles'
Pills speedily cure biiliousnef s, bud taste,
torpid liver, piles, constipation. Un
equalled for men, women, children.
Sumllect. mildest, surest! 50 doses 25
cents. Samples free at Hartz & Bahnsen's.
What is more attractive than a pretty
facewith a fresH. bright compexiooT Fo-
ituse Pozzoni'e Powder
B iver lifeRi
II pills, im
PicV Peadarbft end reTi' -venIl the troubles Incff
cU-Kt to a Inlious sUitts of tbe syntetu. buch off
li7..m"is, jNiiUscu, IrovrsiUfss, Dist-oss alter
er.tin?. I'aiu in tuc Suio, tec. Whilo ti'-?no.sfc
reiLiai'iiui'le success Inn btx-u sliowu iu cuxiit
Ilenterlic, yt Gtrter's Llttlo Livnr PITT9 ata
Vt'UtiUp tbiHniioyii(T complaint. whilo V.v y illso
lUIiVi ldlluiiHiiucntii uiuoii.'mrn,uiiiii!iii.m)i:trj
Jiveraud regulate UiebowoLj, Evan. i they only
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'Acbetbcr would bo almost priceless to i hoetvr,
euf;er from this ditrpsfiini; complaint; butfortit
Xiately theirgoolne8 does no:end heru,aj.i those
jvhoouce try them rv ill find ftieee little piUa valu
able in so many ways that they will uot bo w;!
4iug to do without tucmu But after all Hick boat
flsthe bane of bo many liven that here In where
i wo make our preat boast. Our pillscuroit while
Other, do cot.
Carter's Little Liver Pills ire very pmall and
TPry easy to take. One or two pills mskea doaa.
They are strictly vegetable and do no. gripe or
purge, but by thoir gentle action please all who
use tlioin. In vialsat 25 cents; live for $L Sold
by druggists everywhere, or sent by mail.
CARTER MEDICINE CO.. New York.
SMALL Pill. SHALL DOSE. SMALL PRICt
many women suffer from Excessive or
Scant Menstruation; they don't know '
who to confide in to get proper advice.
Don confide in anybody but try
a Specific lor PAINFUL, PROFUSE.
SCANTY. SUPPRESSED and IRREGULAR
Book to "WOMAN" mailed free.
BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO.. Atlanta, Gs.
Sold by ail nruggUta.
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Will Cure any
IT WILL NOT
IP YOU TAKE
tSOO Reward for any
injurious substance found
fa these Cspsnlea.
Monev refunded if not
we .ay. Sent postpaid
on receipt or price,
NORMAN LICHTY. FAMILY CHEMIST.
Des Moines, Iowa.
For f ale by all druggistt. Hartz Jb Bahn-n,
Horst von Koeckriiz,
Prescriptions a Specialty.
Fourth Ave. andTwentw-TMrd St
C. O. D.
221 and 223
AL Laundry Work done on short notice.
A specialty of Dress Skirts .
Prices as Low as the Lowest.
THE MOLINE WAGON,
The Moline Wat on Co.,
2-i-t " i : '; "-- . r" rtrjT?iiettit 'A r :-
Manufacturers ol FARM, SPRING AND FREIGHT WAGONS
A fall and complete line ef Platform and other Spring Vf acone, eiTt'Ciaily anaptea to the
W etitern trade, of fnner or workjr.anpi.1T. and fir.i h fii.,., I vM. e
application See the MOLINE WAGON before purchasing. '
WE HAVE THE FINEST OF
Bread, Cakes, Pies and Buns
In the city. Also fee our line of fresh fried Cakes, Cream
Pies and Cream Puffs, Angel Foods, etc., and many
other varieties too numerous to mention. We also get
up the finest of Wedding and Pariy Cates, aid Oyster
Patties a specially. Only the best of material used in
the manufacturing of all theee goods, and first-class
workmanship guaranteed. We deal largely in Wedding
Cake. Ornaments of all kinds,
MTJNROE, DeRUE & ANDERSON.
For CHOICE HEATS Go to . .
H. Treman & Sons,
All telephone orders promptly filled. Telephone Nu. 1103. 1700 Third Ave.
INCORPORATED UNDER THE STATE LAW.
Roek Island Savings Bank,
ROOK ISLAND, ILL.,
Open dally from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m., and Saturday evenings from 7 to 8 o'clock.
Five per cent Interest paid on Deposits. Monev loaned on Personal, Col
lateral, or Real Estate Security
P. RSTSOLDS, Pre.. P C. DKNKMANN. Vice-Pres. J. M. BUPOKD, Cashier.
P-tohe,Vi?i;e'iH-C-Jkaff- 'ohnCrnbanrt. H. P. Hull,
Phil MltchdL L. Simon, S. W. Hurst, i. at. Baford.
Jaoksob A Hubst, Solicitors.
jy-Began busines. July 8, 1890, and yjJenCMt corner of Mitchell & Lyndc'i new
J. T. DIXOJST
And Dealer in Mens' Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avesne
You can save money by trading at the Old Re'iable
5 AND lO CENT STORE,
Crockery, Cutlery, Tinware, Classware and Wooden-
MRS. C. MITSCH'S, 1314 Third Are.
GEORGE SCHAFEB, Proprietor.
1801 Second Avenue. Corner of Sixteenth Stree - Opposite Harper'. Theatre.
The choicest Wines, Liquors. Beer and Cigars always on Hand
Pree Lunch Every Day
Sandwiches Punished as Short Votirm
Proprietor of thelBrsdy Street
(Ail kind, of Cut Flowers constantly on hand.
Creen Houses Flower Store
Oue block north of Central Park, the largest lo la. Sot Brady Street, DaTcnport,Iowa.
Manufacturer of all kinds of
-BOOTS AND 8HOES-
Gents' Fine Shoes sepedalty. Repairing done neatly and promptly.
A share of your patronage respectfully solicited.
1618 Second Avenue. Rock Island, HJ.
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u 9 8BWIS-ST..liwUlU mti.