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THJE VTEDNESDAT. MAY 11, 1892.
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report.
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THE JAPANESE HOT BOX.
Valuable Method of Applying Dry
Heat for the Relief of rain.
Hot cloths are so soothing in the relief of
ye pains that Dr. J. J. Chisholm, of Balti
more, determined to experiment with ibe
lot box from Japan, concerning which
method of applying heat he writes as fol
lows in The Annals of Ophthalmology and
Its size made it a little awkward for eye
work, but I found it, nevertheless, very
efficient. It is now one of my most trusted
agents for the relief of pain in many eye
diseases. My method of application is as
follows: After inserting the lighted fuse
and the box has become warm I envelop
the box in the folds of a handkerchief, and
by the ends of the handkerchief secure it
to the head. A little loose cotton applied
over the closed eye fills up the socket" and
allows the heat to be transmitted directly
to the painful organ. The handkerchief
rotects the face from the edges of the hot
box. Once applied it needs no renewal for
two or three hours.
In many cases the relief of pain is mag
ical. The Japanese hot boxes and cart
iidges can be found at all Japanese stores,
and are also kept by many druggists.
They commend themselves for their con
venience, simplicity, economy, cleanliness
and efficiency as an application for the re
lief of pain.
Evolution of the Human Skoll.
Dr. Paul Topinard, of Paris, has recently
summed up the results of several years' in
vestigations concerning the transforma
tion of the animal into the human skull.
According to science he demonstrates t hat
this change is brought about by the grad
ual development of the brain, and the re
sulting mechanical pressure on the hard
parts adjacent. The pressure exerted by
the enlarging hemispheres on the occipital
bone is in a direction backward and down
ward, so that what is its superior surface
in ordinary mammals becomes the poste
rior in man, and its posterior face the in
ferior. The occipital foramen instead of
looking backward is in man turned down
ward. The increase in size of the anterior
lobes of the hemispheres brings about still
greater changes in that portion of the
cranium. The orbits are pressed from a
lateral into a frontal position, the face, in
stead of being in front and oblique, be
comes vertical and below the frontal lobes,
and numerous minor alterations in the
anatomy of the parts are necessitated by
these changes. It is easy to arrance a per
fectly graduated series of skulls illustrate
lng this development from the lowest mam
mals up to man. Next to him are the
monkeys, below these the lemurs, and
then follow the inferior mammals. Every
where the principle of harmonic accommo
dation of organ to function is strikingly
shown 6 3
Does Electric Eight Injure the Eyee?
Is the electric light injurious to the eye
sightf Some eminent English oculists
have been answering the question. Sur
geons of the Royal Ophthalmic hospital
and of St. Andrews' Eye and Ear hospital
have given it as their opinion that injury
does not result from a constant use of the
electric light. An eminent surgeon writes:
"In my opinion electric light when steady
is second only to daylight. Any difficulty
that may arise from its brightness can 1 3
easily got over by altering the position or
shading. I cannot, however, imagine any
thing more worrying and irritating to the
eyes than a light which keeps jumping up
and down, as I have noticed even many in
candescent lamps da"
Try drysaleratusfor chilblains, rubbing
it on thoroughly.
Prepared chalk and powdered orris root
make a nice tooth powder.
Cloths dipped in bot potato water and
Applied to rheumatic joints relieve pain.
Coughs and dry throats may be much al
leviated by glycerin and lemon juice di
luted with water taken at night. Hot
flaxseed tea with lemon juice, sweetened
with rock candy, is excellent also.
Their Pleasing- Duties and Privileges at
and After the Wedding.
Though familiar in a general way with
the etiquette of a special occasion, one may,
when required to act a part in it, discover
that some of the details are not distinctly
recollected. Hence some prospective brides
maid may find a useful reminder or two in
the following: "Good Form" for weddings
prescribes that at the reception, after the
first half hour or so, bridesmaids see that
guests are entertained by conversation,
whether they have or have not been pre
sented to them, and they are also alert to
conduct timid women or girls to the re
freshment room whenever this part of the
entertainment is continuous and not a
formal breakfast. If it is the latter the
mother of the bride or hostess sees to this
part of the festivity. They make them
selves generally agreeable, it being bad
manners for bridesmaids to allow them
selves to be absorbed by one or two indi
viduals whom they may happen to like.
Bridesmaids remain until alter .the de
parture of the bride and groom, grouping
themselves in the hall or upon the porch,
to wave their good will after an outgoing
daughter of the house. Sometimes it is ar
ranged that a dance follows this departure,
when the bridesmaids are rewarded for
their self denials while being agreeable to
persons in whom they had no especial in
or raesmaias should carl upon tlie mother
of a bride within a day or so after a wed
ding when distance makes this considerate
ness possible. Sometimes it is arranged
between the bridesmaids that one or more
of th -m shall drop in daily at a house from
whicl a daughter has gone forth, which is
a very delicate courtesy. Whether or not
they lesire to show so much attention to a
recent hostess, good form makes early and
frequent visits to a mother from the dear
friemls of her daughter quite obligatory, or
at lest during the honeymoon, if it is
spent away from home.
The maid of honor stands next the bride
durin r the ceremony, also at the reception,
and she goes with her to her room to assist
her w th her traveling attire. Hers is also
the pi ivilege of casting a slipper after the
depan ing carriage. Her gown is generally
more elegant in texture than those worn
by the bridesmaids.
He !5orry to have kept yon waiting,
but my watch was wrong. 1 shall never
have faith in it again.
She It's not faith yon need, but
Mrs. Yitherby What did your cook
do? Go off in a huff?
Mrs. I'lankington No. She went off
in my tailor made gown. Cloak Re
FAIR3AULT PLAN APPROVED.
The "Fogitive" Telegram to Corrigan
Discredited at Minneapolis.
MlsSEA.rol.IS, May 11. The report
from New York that Archbishop
Oorrigai. had received a telegram
from an official source at Rome
declaring the pope's disapproval of Arch
bishop Ireland's "Fairbault" system of edu
cation is very much disfigured by a letter
received from Ireland himself, at Rome,
to Rev. Father Byrne, in which the arch
bishop says that "the pope, Cardinals
Rampolbk, Ledochowski, Parocchi, etc.,
seemed n yt to be able to do too much for
me. The good pope particularly is most
loving tcvard me,"
Decision is "Tolerari rot est."
The archbishop then says: "The so
called Fa-ibault plan is now formally al
lowed in spite of Germans and Jesuits.
The decision is tolerari potest,' which
means u.nonically; 'So fully allowed.'
A letter addressed to me in the name of
the propaganda brings out the full prac
tical meaning of the words. The plan is
of course departure, from the ideal, and
in case of a departure the canonical lan
guage is tolerari potest.' But they imply
for the practice a full approval.
A Press cablegram from Rome gives the
text of the papal decision, which con
firms the uchbishop's letter in every particular.
PRODUCE AND LIVE STOCK MARKETS.
Chicago, May 10.
Following war the quotati ins 00 the board
of trade today: Wheat May. opened
tic, closed 6-c; June, opened rejtfc, clowd
KJHi'.-; July, opened (fljgc, closed 821?. Corn
May, openel and closed J4c; Jane, opsued
J4c closed Jnly. opened 9gc, closed
3c. OaU May, opened 30. closed
Jane, opened 8K3, closed -t, July,
opened Mc, climed 294?. Pork May. opened
t.S."4 cloed Sn.ttSH; July, opened $9.$,
closed f.7"H: September, openod Jlitm,
closed iV.i TV. Lard May, opened $CS
Live Stork-Prices at the Cnlon Stock
yards today ranged aa follow: Hogs-Market
moderately active and prices a high"-;
Bales ra.gl at &i.KH&i.B5 pigs, fcili
SO light. 51-!-Lt. rough packin,-, $4.4U,&
4.73 mixed, 5-L.0&4.7O heavy packing and
Cattle Mai ket moderately active and strong:
quotations ranged at S4.50&4.W choice
to extra si .ipping steers, .u.B..5 gooJ
to choiL-e do; i.(.?l 4.20 fair to good, $3.aV"!tJ.8"
common to 1 lediuin do, S&OJ SJt.TO batchers'
Bt.ers, SS.70i:i. ttockers, $J.7JL0 Texas
steers, Ma5J.1.0J fe.dnrs, SLsO&liO cows,
81.73-X5.' bnlis and f :.UDiil.7. vi calves.
Sheep Mar ket modeaately active and prices
ntrong; qnota:ious ranged at S5.0t)&t).3) west
erns, $4.0(5tl J natives, ani Sj.7ji40.7a lambs.
Shorn lots 50. 73 par 1UU lbs bjlo quotatiojs
Produce: Butter Fancy separator. 23c per
lb; fine eras neriea, 2U((fc21c; dairies, fancy,
fresh, 18c; packing stock, fresh. lullc Ekjs
Fresh, 13J4c pa r doz. Live poultry Chickens,
12c per lb.; rot e tern. 6c; ducks, 1313c: turkeys,
choice hens, Lie; young toms. lie; geese, $3.0d
&6.U0 per doz. Potatoes Hebrons, Z830o per
bu.; Bur banks Sio6c; Bose, 2?&c for seed;
Peerless, ?; oomoion to poor mixed lots,
SUiXic. Applet Common, $-.0Uai3j per brl;
Sood, 2.50&3.75; fancy, S3.U023.3j.
New Yobk, May 10.
Wheat No. 2 red winter cash, S6c;
May, 46c; June, Hftgc; July, eil-. Corn
No. t mixed cash, uTSc; May, iajjc; June,
61 tfc; July, 491 jc Oats No. mixed ca n,
85J4c; May, lie; Jul;, 85c. Rye Quiet; 8J
btc in car lots. Barley Neglected. Pork
lAill; mess,$lu KXail.OU fur new. Lard-Dull;
July. $. .
Live Stock: Cattle No trading In Beeves;
dressed beet stndy; native sides, per
lb. Sheep and L ambs Market slow but steady;
clipped sheep, $-"-CH5. per 100 lbs; clipped
t6.u&6.:; unsl orn do, J7.7S. . Hogs-Market
nominally atsaiy; live hogs, (4.tJSJ0 per
Among tbe thousands of testimonials
of cures by Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure,
is that of Nathan Allisons, a well-known
citizen of Gten Rock. Pa , who for fears
had shortness of breath, sleeplessness,
pain in left side, shoulders, smothering
spells, etc.; one bottle of Dr. Miles' New
Heatt Cure and one box of Nerve and
Liver Pills, cured h m. Peter Jsquet,
Salem, N J., is another witness, who for
twenty years sullen d with heart disease,
was pronounced incurable by pbycicians,
death stared him in the face, could not
lie down for fear of smothering to death.
Immediately after using the New Cure
he felt better and could he down and
sleep sll night, and is now a well man.
The New Cure is sold, also free book, by
Hsrtz & Babnsen.
General Assembly Presbyterian
Church, Portland, Oregon
MAT 19 TO JUNE 2. 1893
For above the "Burlingioa Route," C ,
B.&Q R R., will sell tickets to Port
land and return at round trit rate of one
lowest first-c'sP8 fare. Tickets on sale
May 9 to 14 inclusive; return limit
90 dajs from date of sale.
Passengers may go viv any one,
return via. any other mule excepting the
Southern Pacific system. Tne fact
that d'fferent routes may be used -going
and returning permi's the Burlington to
offer to visitors its mtny direct routes
between the east srd the west.
II. D Mack Div Piss. Asjt ,
Rock Island, 111.
A Much-Married Woman.
Mrs. Fowler, f this city, was mariif d
last January to her tix'h husband, and
strange as it may seem, five of tbem t'kd
exactly two years from ihcir luirriage
day. Her present husband has been sick
for the last four months with chronic
jaundice, and was given up by four of our
best physicians; as a last resort be began
using Sulphur Bitters, srd yesterday told
our reporter that they had savtd bis life,
smilingly sajing that he guessed Mis.
Fowler would be unable to take a seventh
better half for some time to come. Ex-chanp?.
Let's reason together.
Here's a firm, one of the
largest the country over, the
world over ; it has grown, step
by step, through the years to
greatness and it sells patent
medicines ! ugh !
"That's enough 1"
Wait a little
This firm pays the news
papers good money (expen
sive work, this advertising ! )
to tell the people that they
have faith in what they sell,
so much faith that if they can't
benefit or cure they don't want
your money. Their guarantee
is not indefinite and relative,
but definite and cbsolute if
the medicine doesn't help,
your money is "cn call."
Suppose every sick man
and every feeble woman tried
these medicines and found
them worthless, who would be
the loser, you or they ?
The medicines are Doctor
Pierce's "Golden Medical Dis
covery," for blood diseases,
and his " Favorite Prescrip
tion," for woman's peculi r ills.
If they help toward health,
they cost $1.00 a bottle
each ! If they don't, tJuy
THE TRJ YELEKS' KUIUE.
CHICAGO, BOCK ISLAND A PACIMC 3ta.lL
wsy Depot eorn-r Fifth avenue and Tiurty
flryt stroet. Frank H Flnmmer. gen.
Council Blnflt A Minio. 1
ta Da Expresr 1 :05 am 4:' 5 tm
Ksntaa Citj Day Express... 1130 pm 5:50 am
Washington Express.. ...... laAtl.m 8:13 pm
Cunnci. t Iocs & Micnero- I i
ta e f 7:15 tm T :50pm
Omaha and Denver Verti-1 1 I
buie Express f 4:44 am :5 am
nw 1 117 Limited... 4:iS am 10;47 pro
Stnart and 1 a-alle Expref 5:45pm 9:9am
Denver river :42 am 3:28 pm
Dauy -Otoicg east. twing wwi.
BCKLINGTON RUCIB-C, B. . KAIlr
way Depot First avenue and Sixteenth St.,
M.J. Yoang, aaent.
St. In sxpresa 11 0 au
Bw Ua Express j 7:87 pm
St. Paal Express j C 45 pit
Beard tovrn Passenger S:Mpm
WayFrel-.-tt (Monmontb)...! 8-00 sir
St-!rnr "Mn-sreer 7:55m
Ft: Pan ExortYS 5 Si I an,
Sterling reight 11 :S0 am
CH1CAUO. MILWAUKEE A ST. PAUL KAIL
way Racine & Southwestern Divielon De
pot Twer tietn street, between First and Second
avenne, K. D. W. Holmes, agent.
Kaii and Expres-
St. Paul Expr-ss
"t - Accommodation.
ROCK ISLAND PEORIA RAILWAY DK
pot First avenue and Twentieth atreet. F.
g. Rockwell, Agent.
Fast Mall Kxprusa
8H5ami 7:' 5 pm
2 :90 pm 1 25 pm
9:10 am! 8:Ci pm
4:00 pm I 8:05 am
JDMraiSTBATOB's HOTICE. . :
Estate of John O. Mueller, Deceaed.
Tne undersigned bavin been ip ointe t admin
istratrix of the esute of John G Mueller, late of
tbe conn y of Rock Island, state of Illinois, ee
reased.bereby Kites notice that she will appear be
fore tbe connty c nrt of Rok lelan t county, at
the office of tbe clerk of said conn, in tbe cirv of
Rock Islant, at ibe Jane term, on the first
Monday - In June next, at v-bich tune
all persons having clims against said eetats are
no: ifled and requested 'o attend, lor tbe purpose
of having the same adjusted.
All persons indebted te said esta'e are req aba
ted to make immediate payment to tbe under
Dated his 12th Aay of April, A. 0. 1892.
CATHERINE C. MUELLER.
GREAT MARK DOWN on all
On THURSDAY the following reductions win
be made in the Cloak Department to clear up stock for the season.
Ladies9 Black Jackets.
1 Lot formerly $6.98 reduced to $36.9 each.
1 " " 9.90 " u 5.9S "
1 " " 17.50 " " 12.50 "
Ladies9 Tan Jackets and Reefers.
1 Lot formerly $5.75 reduced to $3.98 each.
1 " " 16.50 " " 10.00 "
A sample size, 34, box coat, tan. satin, Rhodama finished,
price $22.00, reduced to $15.00.
Ladies9 Gray and Xavy Reefers.
1 Lot fine gray Reefers, formerly $16.50 reduced to $10.00
1 " " tan . " " 16.50 " " 10.00
Both of above are assorted styles and sizes.
Ladies9 English Cape Newmarkets.
1 Lot black. Newmarkets, full cape, reduced to $5.98.
1 ! tan " " ' " 7.98.
1" V gray " " , " " " 7-98.
We are agents for the Queen's Own Rain Coat. We will
mark them $3.00 less on 1 hursday, making the price $12.50
1 Lot black Capes, jet trimmed; $3.69 each.
1 Lot black Capes, 40 in. long, in cloth, $5.48 each, j
1 Lot assorted in Tan, Black and Gray, all fine s,tylish
garments, reduced to $7.98-
One fine Tan Parisian Cape, formerly $17.50, redusen to
We are sole a-cnt, f,,r
city for the
Page Moth Proof Baj.
which does awav with (-,
phor, 1 ar Camphor. f,,r "l'
and other disar.-cai.!.- !--r
ing articles which art "
protect garments fr..m -.V-J
All ladies should hav- 't' . -just
tbe thin- to ket j, cr:
furs, rugs, blankets, . rr f-. Z
MOTH or i.lst, and r--a.lv' Ct
use without having to 1- a -
to get rid of bad (.dor- v-
do not disappear i.rnr-,-'-'
even after airing.
A Most Useh i. am. C n
vexient Art 1 1 1 1.
PRICES-Size 24x48. 50c ea--"
Tbe bags tre 5ons tauuii for irc-ei
and suit', and iDside are Ns'entrd a
for h-tneine garments s they
kept from wrinkling ml nlWiv? rt:t
to wear; if preferred articles ies't U p.';
in them and laid awaj on tbelvvs"
The bag is closed by a f,mp
attachment whicb makes it tir tight c:
to which is fastened a rin f r tLg;:j
on wall of closet or e'.eewhtrc. 3
HARNED, PURSEL & VON MAUR,
Vigor of Youth
E&sily and Speedily Bcgalned by using
Thit genuine Turkish Keniedy pogitively cores
Nervouaneas.'WakefulneBii. Evil Dreams. Lassi
tude, Pain in tbe Back. Vital Exhaustion, and
all diseases caused by Errors of Tooth or Ex
cesses. It is convenient to carry and easy to
use. race ti.iw per oox, or e lor a.uo. A writ
ten guarantee to cure, or money refunded, given
1tb each -.00 order. If the druggist yon ask
for Hazzarak's Turkish Pills has not got them,
don't let him fool vou with his oily tonfue and
sell you something else instead, but send prioe
to us ana we wui lorwara to you oy mail, in
plain, unmarked package. We also treat pa
tients by mail. Address THE HAZZARAK
MEDICINE CO., 200 South Sangamon Street,
STATE SAVINGS BANK.
Office Corner Fifteenth street and Third Are,
Succeeds the Moline Savings Bank. Organised 1859
5 PEE CEXT. ISTECEST PAID OS DEPOSITS.
Organised under Slate Laws.
Open from 9 a. m. to S p. m., and Wednesday acd
Saturday nights from 7 to 8.
Pokteb Skotkr, - - President
H. A. AiKewonTH, - - Vice-President
I'. F B ibis w at, - - - Cashier
Porter Skinner. B. W. Wheelock,
t A. Rose, H. A. Ainsworth,
G. H. Edwards, W. H. Adams,
Andrew Fnbfre, r. F. Hsmenway,
Parlor . . .
We are now ready to eerre
you with a delicious dish of
cream. Orders for parties
promptly pttended to.
W, TREFZ & CO.,
2223 Fourth Ave.
Or tbe Ugaor laabta, Patiilteli C'urvel
by svaUninlaterlnc Dr. HjUstea
It is msDufaerared as a powder, which ean M clvea
rlaaa rf beer, a cop of eoBee or u, or .n foott
vli hou ta knowledire of the pt.Urat. , Is metsiatrlr
.armlna. and wtu eftftct a permanent and speedy
art. whether the patient a moderate drtcker or
-l a.coholl wreea. K tu been givm ,r 'bouaauda
: easea, and in every instance . pefet nnre haa fol
"Wed. ir eever Fella, Xhaayatem onoelmprearnat
1 with tha-tpecifiejt oaeomea aa utter unpouiUlin
:t the Uouor appetite to exlel.
tFEntir CO., (anle Proprictexw.
S pe book of ruei''in ne. To be ha a
Per sale by Marshall & Fisher and T.H.Tbon
I IT A llfvW rarvVllouri.T.V.
r1"'-".'".. Bvau.L l.ataraciaatcere
r.nea B W-K.r.CATOW a MP.aasiaa.tM,
Woodyatt's Mueic House
No. 1804. Second Avenue.
WOODYATT WO MkU.
This firm have the exclusive sale for this county of the
Pieirios etrjd Orars,
WEBER, 8TU YVES ANT, DECKER BROS., WHEELOCK
ESTEY, AND CAMP & CO.'S PIANOS,
And the ESTEY, WESTERN COTTAGE and FAR
RAND & VOTEY ORGANS.
"Afn alsoof email Musical mcrrhaDdiee. We have inonr eniuloy afirst':sf P:atcT:i-
THE BEE HIVE'S
Not every flower is a rose, nor is ever' Hat
a work of art; to get that you must come
here. Our" Hats to the ordinary kinds are
as roses compared to weeds. Weeds grow
everywhere. Roses require care, cultivation
and skill. Weeds are worthless; roses high- :
ly prized. You wouldn't pluck weeds where
you can get roses, would you? Yet thai s
exactly what often happens in Hats.
IThere are Ladies who dan't know how ton' our
"prices are. It's a pity, for they spend as mod),
IS?""ana more, on cheap-lookiDg itferior etyles. 1 e
t2-best way is to see our Hats before you epend a ceiu-
"BEE HIVE," a
114 West Second Street, Davenport.