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IIow to Cheek Hemorrhage from Small
Wounds and from the Now.
A physician give's in Popular Science
News some suggestions as to w hat people
should do in tb j smaller surgical einiTKen
cies constantly arising in the domestic cir
cle, when a surgeon is not thought neces
sary or cannot be quic kly enough reached.
He says: "Vh n minute bleeding points
such as somt't ii ties occur upon the faceaftcr
the use of the razor arc neither checked
spontaneously nor by the usual means, a
drop of tinctun of iron, ajiplied on a pledget
of cotton or the end of a maUh, will at once
put an end to the bleeding. Sometimes
obstinate and i ven alarming hemorrhage
follows the extraction of a tooth. In such
a ca.v a bit of cotton saturated with alum
solution or sp -inkled with alum powder
and applied to the cavity will usually work
admirably; bu , should these means" fail to
afford relief, a pledget of cotton saturated
with tincture f iron and pressed into the
cavity will pro'nptly stanch the flow, un
less the case In a rare anil exceptional one.
"Kpistaxis, or bleeding from the nose, is a
common though seldom serious form of
hemorrhage. It is tilt en checked spon
taneously, or by such simple means as
bathing the f.-ice ami nasal cavities with
cold water. Sometimes, however, when
more persistent, some styptic application
may lie needed Alum water or a solution
of tannic acid -nay lie snuffed up the nose
from the palm of the hand, or some jkiw
dered styptic may lie blown into the nasal
cavities by means of a quill, roll of paper
or other tube. wad of cotton pushed
into the bleeding side will often suflice to
check the flo-v. Hut the most unique,
simple and efficient way to check an ob
stinate nasal I cmorrhaire is by pressing an
ordinary clothespin tirmlv over the car
tilaginous por ion of the h . . . fr.-cii above
downward, and thus, by oct In i,i.; the
anterior nares. surely prevent all further
bleeding from that quarter."
Sh.uili! tlie Ciiip "e l ed or Starved'.'
Sir II. Tyler an i:n-:lMi authority, says
that the prevalent notion appears at pres
ent to be that. ,hc i:i:lucnza being of a de
pressing char ictei .it. is necessary to ad
minister stim llatus in the form of wine
and spirits, and ii. ilid food of a hihly
nuiruive nature. . 'i 1 nat lents are ri-enm.
mended as mam
e. iil have observed tn
persist in th.se
even when t tev
feci nature reliellinfr
against tliem. ami when they do not find
benefit, but r;ii her t : i contrary, from them.
He states that this n. it ion of combating a
depressing coi ipln"ti:t by the exhibition of
stimulating r 'ineili. s was especially advo
cated in a re -ent article by an eminent
physician, but it would certainly appear to
have led to mi:ch aggravation and numer
ous fatal results. On the other hand, nt
taeks of inflt enza, heralded by the most
distressing symptoms, have rapidly sub
sided under si nple treatment and low diet,
and the patierts have licen up and at work
again in three or tour days without any
after effects ol an injurious character.
Treatment for rorUtcnt Dandruff.
The following treat nunt is reported by a
physician to have given him good results
in persistent i andruff: The scalp should
first be thoroughly washed with soap and
hot water and then thoroughly dried with
a warm and soft clot h. There should then
be rubbed into the scalp a glycerin of tan
nin, of the strength of ten to'thirty grains
to the ounce. Very obst iniite cases will re
quire the higl e;- rength of tannin. This
process sliouli. Ik- repeated twice a week at
first, once a week afterward. If tannin
fails, as it wil in some cases, then resort is
had to resort in. After the formation of
dandruff has ceased the head should lie
rubbed daily with olive oil, containing to
the ounce ten grains of carbolic acid and a
dram of oil of cinnamon.
-I ' M .-
ENGL SH GOOD FORM.
Tlie fresher tint l-'rcer 'oi!e M'hicli ft,.
places ihr Old Social i:i iijiiette.
In Knglai:;, whet her for good orcv:'. the
old code of social el iij let te is being super
seded by a fte.h one which lias introduced
important inn lifications. Some t ';:ikthe
changes bone! eial; others that liny have
done much ti banish the inurtesy and
politeness which giive such added charm
to the intcrtourse of well bred people,
which greater latitude and freedom in
host and gucs do not replace satisfactorily
Ktiquette pioper, as it. was understood
in the court or Louis XIV. has been trans
planted into all others. It was a strict,
code, founded on reciprocal courtesy mid
reverence, bu' it has yielded to a less se
vere and aut loritative one, which bears
the name of good form. Good form is
elastic, fluctn iting, not immovable, but it
is subtly impirious, and it expects society
to conform to its unwritten rules. Some
are of muslin om growth, others have had
several years' experience, according to a
writer in the New Vork Sun, who notes
several dictates of modern Knglish good
form as follows:
The question of introducing guests to
one another is vexing. Good form has, how
ever, at present come to the conclusion that
in society, being a large family, each mem
ber is presup iosed to know the, rest, while
allowing that there may be.'in those who
meet socially, a few except ions who arc n,.t
acquainted personally with theothers. At
a large reccp.ion, where that circumstance
cannot interfere with general comfort, there
is no need for introductions, but at after
noon "at homes" and small dinner parties
it is better to mention informally the unn.es
of all those pi esent. A formal presentation
implies the t onsent of both parties, who
have been coi sulteil previously. It is then
the rule to present the younger and less
distinguished person to tlie other. Both ex
change cards within a limited period, the
one introduced taking the initiative, llache
lors must lea-e cards with married people
to whom th.y have Uen presented. A
punctiliously polite man. and all of the
ladies, leave cards where they have dined:
the limit of a week is not now adhered to,
any reasonable time being allowable. We
are far now fioni the time when, according
to old French tradition, the host used to
call on his wl ilom guests in the three fol
lowing days "to thank them for having
taken the trouble of coming to him."
"Good form" exacts a written answer to
a dinner invit ation, and the reply must not
be delayed ut der penalty of appearing La
considerate to the hostess. iVintd invi
tations to receptions may be left unanswer
ed or acknow edged by leaving cards.
A TALE OF ANTIQUITY.
. vision of the Horrible future Taken
from the I'ast.
The primeval forest'.
Rank and luxuriant grew the vegeta
tion that sprang into being tinder the
ardent rays of a tropical sun. Tall,
stately trees waved to and fro in an at
mosphere of perpetual summer, and
down through the shimmering vistas
and leafy glades rose to view dense
jungles of clinging plants that strove to
mount to the blazing sunshine overhead
by winding in tangled mazes about the
trunks and branches of the forest mon
archs. Happy four footed denizens of the
trackless wilderness leajied from bough
to bough in the careless abandon and
wild, unchecked freedom of nature's
own children, chattering, with the flow
ing, unkempt locks of a modern vir
tuoso, their cheery, ceaseless, staccato
music; and in the ecstatic warbling of
the feathered songsters thnt flitted about
in tlie topmost branches of the trees
there was no melancholy premonition
of any long, liewildcrirtg series of fare
From the depths of a somber avenue
of impenetrable greenery, whose dark
shadows invited the weary to repose, the
stertorous breathing of a disturbed
peeper broke upon the pulseless air.
Then a voice rang out through the
'Oh. I have had such a horrible,
It was the father of the family who
.Securely embowered in the modest yet
primitive habitation to which he was ar?
customed to repair when weary of so
ciety and its demands upon him, he had
laid his tired head down to rest, and
sleep had descended upon him.
"It was horrible!" he repeated, with a
"What was it?" inquired his faithful
"Vet it was only a dream!"' he ex
claimed, trying to shake off the gloomy
impression it had made upon his excited
sensibilities. "Only a dream but how
lie passed his hand across his eyes,
shook himself and said:
"Listen. I dreamed that countless
ages had rolled away. These grand old
fir-ests had vanished, and ugly rows of
dirty brown and gray dwellings covered
the lard. Narrow passages called streets,
paved with slippery granite blocks or
bottomless with mud and slime, crossed
each other at right angles. The dwell
ings were dark, gloomy, tall and a cloud
of smoke hung over everything."
"Did anybody live in the dwellings?"
inquired his spouse.
"Thousands hundreds of U-isr.nds!
They called it living. Cooped up in
these boxlike structures was a multi
tude of the strangest looking creatures
imaginable. Tale, emaciated, some with
hair on their faces and some without,
they trooped down the horrible streets
in the morning and back in the evening.
They walked upright, to be sure, and
Fomo of them carried sticks in their
hands, but seemed to have no use for
them. One-half of the population seemed
to be two legged. These two legged
creatures did not dress alike. Some of
them wore high, shiny things on their
heads, held burning things that smelled
villainously in their mouths, had loose
coverings about their bodies, wide, flap
ping garments, with creases up and
down them on their legs, and black,
glistening things on their feet that
pinched and made them limp. Others
of these two legged creatures were
dressed exactly alike, and sometimes
t hey would walk along like machines,
two or four abreast, looking solemn and
forbidding, while a few smaller ones in
front pounded round things with little
sticks and made a horrid noise. It was
one of their ways of amusing them
selves." "How about the other half of the
"They wore their hair in front just
like yours, my dear, with little shapeless
things on the backs of their heads, and
garments that came down to the ground
and scraped the streets. I could not see
that there was any other way of clean
ing the streets, but it seemed to me a
pour way. The garments, were always
dirty at the bottom and the streets
never got any cleaner. These creatures
seemed to have two feet, the same as
the other, but 1 was not sure. Their
bodies were pinched at the waist, and
when they walked along they appeared
o be always in danger of breaking in
"Don't say anything more about them,
Jocko! it is too horrible! Who were
"I dreamed, my dear," he said, with
a shudder, "thev were our descend
ants!" So saying, he wrapped his tail on the
limb below, swung himself to the
ground, and with a dismal wail he dis
appeared in the trackless jungle. Chi
I'avlnR the Way,
Young Gentleman (drops on his knees
at the feet of a lady) My dear Miss
X , our respective fathers having
come to terms on the money question, I
now venture to inform you that I love
yon to distraction! Saphirs Witzblatt.
When you ask for a bottle
of Wolff's Acme Blacking
see that yon get the genuine.
The real at tide made by us
cannot be bought for less
than 20C. a bottle. It is good
material and worth its price.
There are imitations offered
claiming to be "Just as good "
for less money. Don't buy
them. If the " Just as good "
has any merit it ought to sell
without invoking the aid of
comparison with our Acme
WOLFF & RANDOLPH, Philadelphia.
is the name of a paint which does work
that no other paint can do. Glass painted
with it looks like colored glass. A 10c.
bottle of Pik-Kon will decorate a maikc t
basket full of glassware. All retailers sell it.
lu mt g-aiCTED!
hypnj Mi-'fee-toqenek. when the oesi
medical treutiii.'r.tean he hud f..r reason
able prieesuf The I'eriiC'herniealC'o.. pre.
.uiuuci'iTi.intm(n nr. w ill
unis.a ih ..leianot worid-wi.te repute.
lnyp eurty iin:tri. fftu.i..r other cauntt; aivi
MIDDLE-AGED MEN inadvaneeof theirve;irs,Kid
ney arid Blunder tr.iul.lea, etc., will tlnd our M.-Uiod
f Treatment a Safe, Certain and Seeodv i kk
'CMIl!l DACTIIICC Kxperieneei.r..v,,t.'tr,
Jl-HilllMI. I HOI ILULO, teriialniedieinpl,is,
noteiirethe- -ovenilnienta. lir.Willinm.
'who liasi;i,v .'oecial attcnti.m to these
d'seasea for ni.my years, prosenhes Semi
rial I'ltfliltcs whieh aetdlreetlv ni.i. rh
diseased organs, and restore vntur twit..!
than Stomneh MiMlieimni, as they are rn.i
eliaiiBiHi l.ytheiL'ustriejuiceand require n.
change, ol diet or interrupUon in business
HflMF TRFATMmT 'nrk'"s.la.trn
ivii.h iibn i Hik.ii i inimli.toiiifiavs
cost hit fr..ni .i.m:to$lf.(i(, ued witJi tin
fail i UK success for over thirtv years lu Dr
t.rivtlte l.r:.cl iw. Civ-f. tl.r. u tp. .1
PFo!Flf! fc'ri fil tortlic KtdrierBandBlailil'eronrer
ui luii iu HOiUI p-fcit eases in one to l.iur days
Cult or write firca'ii).ifneancl Information bete
Ci'UaUlUU.: oifitT. A 1t1r -s
.o ... THE PERU CKE-fllCAL CO.,
IS9 tfisroNS.N Street. MILWAUKEE, W!
A. 0. HUESING.
Represents, amoni; otber time-tried and wel
kaown Fire Insurance Com jianica he following:
Royal Insurance Company, of England.
Wcachester Fire Ins. Company of N . Y.
Buffalo German Ins. Co., Buffalo, X. T.
Rochester German Ins. Co., Rochester, N. T.
Citiicns Ins. Co., of Pittsburgh, Pa.
Sun Fire Office. London.
Union Ins. Co., or California.
Security Ins. Co.. New Hiven, Conn.
Milwaukee Vechanics Ins. C )., Milwaukee, Wis
German Fire Ins. Co., of Peoria, IU,
Office Cor. 18th St., and Second Ave.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
J. M. BUFORD,
General . . .
The old Fire nnil Time-tried Companies
Losses Promptly Paid.
Hates as low as any reliable company tan afford.
Your Patruuaue i solicited.
Live Stock insurance
Insures live stock against death from accident
or disease. For rates apply to
ED. LIEBEKKXECHT. Acent.
I'Vi serod avenue. Kock Island,
'ot c is hereby eiven tint on Tuc-dev. the fifth
day of Ailril. 18!W. in the city of If.i.-k Ishii; x, an
election will ba liel'l for the fo'lowiug officers,
crrv iicf.i rns.
One AMcrman in the First Ward for two
Cine Aljcriiiiin in the fcroml Ward fjr two
cine Alderman in t!ie Third Ward fjr two
tine Alderman in in; Fourth Ward or wo
One Alileriniu iu the Firth WarJ for two
line Alderman in tlie Sixth Ward for two
tine Alderman iu the sixth Wrd for one year
to till vacancy.
One Alderman tu the Seventh Ward for two
One Alderman in the Seventh Ward for one
year to fill va ;ancy.
One Supervisor for two yea-s.
Twe Assistant Supervisors for two years.
One Assessir for one year.
One Collector for one year
Which election will be oen at " o'clock in the
morning and continue uj. n umil 5 o'clock in the
afternoi.il of that dav.
Places of registration end voting polls will be as
First Waro franklin nose House.
Second Ward Phoenix Hose House.
1 bird Ward old Wideawake Hose House,
Fourth Ward tilmick's Livery Stable,
Fifth Ward- Fifth Ward Hose Ilonse.
HixtU Ward (.able Hose bouse.
Seventh Ward G lpin Hose House.
ROP ER i- KOhHLEK.
City and Town Clerk.
Rock Island. 111., March 1 lSitt.
Who desires a (rood business position In the World's
fair city should write at once for ITospectns of the
anions Metropolitan Business Colleger Chlcairo.
Tlnusualfaellltiesf or placing graduates. staluaued,
A years. Occupies Ita own building. Address,
O. M. POWERS: Principal.
Iruirart ' iTit.iMru ransjiarricjr thenkm. R-
I move cii Dimitier, ir-cU anim.ncoJurations. Fur
1 Kate by mrf lirvt ciu- cl nitrtri't or mailed fur SO cts.
in stamps by
Children Cry for
THE MOLINE WAGON,
Manulacturers of FARM, SPRING AND FREIGHT WAGONS
A fiJlSS MSEC Lis'tfreeoB0'
application. See the M0LIXB WAGON before purchasing.
WE ARE ALWAYS IN IT WITH
THE FINEST OF
Bread, Cakes, Buns and Pies
In the city.
i,oei?eHlery w?gs always on the road. Parties desirous of
having them stop at their residences, will pleaSe notify the
same at our premises. y
MUNRCE, DeRUE & ANDERSON.
For CHOICE MEATS Go to . .
H. Treman & Sons,
All telephone orders promptly (il)ed.
INCORPORATED UNDER THK 8TATB LAW.
Roek Island Savings Bank,
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.,
Open daily from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m., and Saturday eTenlng. from 7 to 8 o'clock
Five per cent interest paid on Deposits. Monev loaned on Personal Col
lateral, or Real Estate Security
B.P.RKTSOLD3.Pre.. f c. DKNK3IANN, Tice-Prea. J. M. BUFORD, Caahlar.
P. L. Mitchell. Jf - Reynold". J- C. Dcnkmann. John Crubaagh. H. P. Hull
Phil Mitchi 11, L. Simon, K. W. Buret, J. M. Baford.
Jacksob 4 HtTBST, Solicitors.
WBegan business July 8. ISM, a,d oclhewnth.a.t corner of M itcbell 4 Lynde'. ew
J. T. 13IXON
And Dealer in Mens' Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avcsue
I HI J J! I 111 HWFJILIJIL A
GEORGE SCHAFEE, Proprietor.
1601 Second Avenue, Comer of Sixteenth Stree - Opposite Harper's Theatre.
The choicest Wines, Liquors. Beer and Cigars always on Hand
free Lunch Every Dsj . - Sandwiches Furnished on Short Notloa
Proprietor of tieff raflj Street
AJ kinds of Cut Flowers constantly on band.
t-Green Houses Flower Store
One block north of Central Park, the larjeet la la. . 80t Bradj Street, DaTtnporLIows.
A. BLAOKFT A T iL,
Manufacturer of all klads of
B00T8 AND SHOES
Gents' Fine Shoes aspecialty. Repairing done neatly and promptly,
4 snare of yourpauxraage respectfully solicited. f
1818 Becond Ayenue, Rotk IslmrL EL
Telephone Ne. 1103. 1700 Third Are.
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