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HIE AHGUS, THU KES-UATT, DJiiCKMBEJbi lo, 1893.
R. CRAMPTON & CO.'S
Thirty-Fourth Annual Sale of
172? Second Ave , Rock Island
AN IMMENSE STOCK TO SELECT FROM
Quality considered, Prices are always the
Lowest ai Crampton's.
pAA1rC Cf0 large scock onne popular auth
.DUUKb in vJClb. ors in cloth, half morocco and half
calf, including the dainty cameo and white and gold bind
ing at prices that are a surprise to everybody. Geo. El
liott, 6 vols. $i.q8, Dickens, 15 vols. $3.95, Macaulay, 5
vols. $1.00 others in proportion.
Qi r-i nrl o -J nmoc of r ew books by the most noted
single V OlUmeb, writers, new editions of the old
favorites; dainty volumes of devotional books, history,
biography, art, science, books on every subject, to enligh
ten, improve and make happy, from Sc to $15.00 each.
TLp Pnptc New and Old a very complete assort
1 I1C fUcL, ment, some exquisite bindings, which
make a very acceptable present all prices.
Books for Children. 'iSSa'fn
ones; some great bargains art: offered in this line.
Tii rtirm a rr yester 's International, (indexed addi-
iyinvuui j . non) tins is a new work lrom cover to
$300,000 to revise and lovears of time; price
-.75 - one price during December, S.50.
Tatc' "Dz-vlro Life of La Fayette; Famous Rulers,
130Vb DUUKb. by Lydia Farmer; Story of Colum
bus, by Edward Eggleston; Danger and Adventure;
Plucky Roys, by author of John Halifax; Wonder Sto
ries of History; Poor Boys, "How they Became Famous."
by Sarah Bolton; Stories from Virgil and Herodotus, by
Church; Little Lord Fauntleroy and Giovanni, by F. G.
Bennett. We have all the celebrated Henley books (his
torical) $1.50 each; Mark Twain's, 75c; Tom Sawyer;
Prince and Pauper; Huckleberry Finn; Capt. Mayne
Reed's famous books, all handsomely bound in cloth, 60c.
TQVir'c "RiKlc A ful1 stck of English and
1 CdtllCi b DlUlCb. American, from $1.50 to mo.
Pocket bibles 25c to $2.00; also, Family bibles in Eng
lish and German, handsome padded and panelled covers.
Photograph Albums. fnsad
metal, wood, celuloid and plush, to hold from 30 to 100
pictures, 5 cents to SS.50 each.
Toilet and Dressing Cases. LVc!
ries in the country, an elaborate display, $1.25 to $20.
l j t and Booklets assorted boxes
vIiriSuTiaS VcUUS of oie dozen cards and envel
opes for 40 cents, the choicest makes, some in the assort
ment are worth 15 cents, very desirable for schools.
Prang's cards and art novelties, booklets very good and
cheap, 5 cents to $1.50.
Pnn'rloM Prlr Lovely Statuets vases, opal
1 aribian VjOOUS. plaques, boutes, 25c to $7.75.
Frames and Pictures. rfe
scape figure and flower study with suitable new style,
white and gold frames, $1.50 to $40.00. Dainty cabinet
frames in wood, metal and celuloid, 25c and upwards.
T Ucr CrrAc Such a variety of pocket book
1 CctlllCl UUUU3. card cases, handbags. (Chatelins
20c to $1.50) music rolls, ciga.r cases, portfolios., from
the best factories.
A7nrlr RnYPQ anc Basket fr children and grown
VY Ul IV DUACa people. American and English, some
elaborate styles, $1.00 to $7.00.
fnltar QnH fllff Gove and Handkerchief a
VUlIdl ctllU vUll, very acceptable present for
either lady or gentleman, in feather, wood or plush, from
95 cents to $7.50.
AArifino DpqItc The nevv sty,e so PPular with
VYllLiiig; lyCol3. ladies, in morocco and alligator,
Fancy Looking Glasses. fSS
Fancy Stationery Boxes. J&?15
and plain, 25 cents to $3.00.
Gold and Fountain Pens, tAi
acceptable present for young or old, male or female.
"Poetic White and gilt, $1.75; a.ntiqe oak, $1.25 to $2.75,
i--cioClD. new pattern.
Tnr Qfnt-iHc am and elaborate ; also, paper weights.
111K. OldriLlb. thermometers, oaner lcnivps. matrh
Mark Twain Scrap Books. ALmypesa7
bums, ordinary scraps, $1.00 to 2.00.
ftYlPQ Chess, checkers, cards, paper chips, loto, crib
VjrdlllCb. bage boards, parchese, (echa same as alma)
magnetic jack straws, authors, conversation cards, and a
host of other popular card games, 10 cents to $1.50.
T3lli1r.ir.cr R1r.rlre including the celebrated Rich
H!,. 1510CKS, ter Stone blocks, 20c to $6.50.
This is called "The Toy of Toys."
TOVS Suc as tie comP- air "fle, ten pins, table croquet,
J magic lanterns, new style, Noah's arks, building
blocks, steam engines and other good toys. rJnSSi
l2TWhe have the Goods and prices and 'we are bound
to please you.
R. CRAMPTONJ& CO.
Like a damask rowv you wc,
Or like a blossom on a tree,
Or like the dainty flower of May,
Or like the morning to the day.
Or like the son. or like the .hade.
Or like tiic gourd wait It Jonah had.
Even snch is man, whose thread Is span.
Drawn out and out and so Is done;
The rose within, the Mops-im Mantel h.
The flower fades, the morning bastetb.
The enn seta, the shadow flies.
The t;oard consumes, the man- he flies.
like the grass that's newly sprang.
Or like the tale that's new begun.
Or like the bird that's here today.
Or like the pearled dew in May,
Or like an hoar, or like a span.
Or like the singing of tbe swan.
Even snrh Is man. who lives by breath,
I here, now there, in life or death;
The crass withers, the tale is ended.
The bird is flown, the dew's asrvnded.
The horn- is short, t he span not long.
The swan's near death, man's life Is done.
Like the babble in the iiru...
Or in a glass, much like a look.
Or like the shuttle in the wi per's hand.
Or like the w riting on tbem: ...
Or like a trineii-ht. ,ir a iSr,..in,
Or like t li" irintiiiK m t in- Mrcin,
Kven Mien i num. w lui live hy breath,
Is here, now tlii-rr. in lift- and death;
The bubble's out, the look forgot.
The shuttle's Aunt, the writinc" blot,
Tbe thought is past, the dream is rone.
The waters glide, man's lire is done.
- Old Song.
Great Men ami Applao.
The truth i that ii is all very well to he
lionized when you want to be lionized, and
Ihe first request which a sprouting author
receive, for his autountph be very possibly
answers on four Miles of a sheet of paper;
but it is when you don't want Ut be lion
ized, aud are sick of Ix-ing akt-d for yonr
autograph, that the jn.-iialtic.-s come in.
One sometimes Lc:;r a little man exclaim
rfagreat one say m a public meeting
how proud he must feel of heirm the idol
;r thisva-t axM-tnlily! All. Imi think of
i lie price 1m- pays! You are in fi out of the
sisue; liny, is a difference behind the
-ernes. l.uti In-fore lie reached the apex
on which yu i.ow i clioiii lirn l,e wa-s sa
tiated with the plaudits of tlu-sevast as
semblies. If lie is a tm-l man if he is
not, of h surety you need not envy him he
knows exactly, to a decimal jioiiit, wliat
those plaudits arc worth.
He knows, ton, what they have cvist him.
He knows that when he hits deserved them
most he has received t hem least, and how
they have been showered on him when his
deserts were smallest. If to himself be
lias ln-en true he is pretty well indifferent
10 either praise or blame; he cares little
either for the plaudits of the people or
their hisses. If to himself he has not been
true well, my little fricud, the tsreal man
shrups his shoulders, and with at least one
eye be winks. All the Year Kound.
A Koinance and Its Token.
Tbe writer remembers some forty years
fio making the acquaintance of a very
charming Irish gentleman and lady. One
day she thought she observed that his eyes
were resting inquiringly on her brooch,
which was of gold, inclosing a mass of
fractured hone. She laughed and said:
"Are you admiring my brooch? 1 will tell
yon the story of it. One day, some ten
years ago, when I was a young girl, I was
staying in the house of a friend who also
knew Mr. N., who is now my husband.
We were having a game a romp and rnn
ning after each other throngh the house,
which was large, with long galleries and
chambers communicating with one anoth
er. Mr. N. was close behind me, trying to
catch me. 1 daru-d through a door and
threw the door back behind me. Mr. K.
had his head down, and the handle struck
his skull and he fell stunned. The skull
was fractured, and to save his life he was
obliged to have it trepanned. Now he
wears a plate of silver over the hole, and I
wear the portion rut out of his skull in
this brooch. We became engaped. and are
now man and wife." Cornhill Magazine,
Presence of Mind.
During the popular excitement and riot
ous demonstration in Russia growing out
of the outbreak of cholera, a priest at Sar
atoff was attacked by a mob. A mau bad
shouted upon seeing him: "There's the
man that seized me and buried me alive.
I've only this instant escaped from tbe
grave that he put me in." The excited
people, thoroughly convinced that there
was a murderous conspiracy against them,
rushed upon the priest with cries which
showed their determination to pat him to
death. The priest folded his arms and
smiled. "Yon have just come out of the
(fraTe, you say?" he called to the man.
"Aye. that I have." "Then how," asked
the priest, "does it happen that you've had
time to cet drunk already?" And it was
found that the roan's breath smelled of
liquor, the laugh was turned ti)ion him,
and the crowd 1,-ft the priest unmolested.
The Tears Were Arranged.
It will be remembered that when Jumbo
was originally taken from the London
zoological garden be displayed great un
willingness to leave his companion, Alice.
Team figured in the episode, and great
compassion was excited by the evidence of
the elephant's affection. A Mr. Gay lord,
who was with Barnnm when Jumbo was
bought, says that it was all arranged; t hat
Scott, the keeper, who came over with
Jumbo, maneuvered the elephant in a way
to give tbe desired effect of feeling. When
it was time for him to leave and his car
was ready he got the order to lie down, and
down he went, and the populace wept at
the thought of tbe elephant's onhappinuss.
When be was told, to come away he came.
New York Sun.
Mistress Do you call this sponge cake?
Why, it's as bard as can be.
New Cook Yes, mum; that's the way a
sponge Is before it's wet. Soak it in your
tea, mum. New York Weekly.
Tbe sttbjects of gruels is not fully under
stood, yet these are the most valuable foods
for the invalid. Tbe average cook under
stands oatmeal gruel alone ty Uii& tern.,
yet there are many other varieties of th:-.
It i stated that a number oi line bvUo
have been erected during the year that
have omitted the number thirteen in nam
bering the rooms. Many hotels long ji
operation also have this peculiar omission
Lilly wrote his "Euphues" for the ladies
of the court of Elizabeth, introducing iuu
England the resnltsof theclaEsirnl revival
on the continent at a time when lauics
were devoted to Latin and fireek.
General Philip ;-"t.-idan, whose stature
was far from commensurate with his abil
ity and brain, wan ..Ci-catly oeloved by his
menuiid waacalitd by tbeui "Little Phil. "
Always treats an insult like mad from a
passing vehicle; never brush it off until it
DAMASCUS TE ANCItNT.
Moslem KtCKi!:U (.riminij Richer, Chrl
tians and tlpiiH I'oorer.
The British con- i;l in Damascus, in a re
port issued by the for.-iL.-n ofTiee, gives some
inn-resting inform.' ioii in" regard to the
cou.Jii ion oi" thai .city ami i: neighborhood.
Damascus sends in lieyioot . and other
towns in ,ytia flour, grain and fruit,
itiiic in regard to i he necessaries of life
it is practically self siipimrtirig, with the !
exci-piioii uf Manclitstcr manufactures.
Cotton gnofis were formerly all homemade,
but (lie great cheapness of British cottons
has dest roved the home pnxliiction. The
trade of the place is almost .stationary from
year to year; if there is an increase in the
trade in an article one year there is a cor
responding decrease the next, for luxuries
are scarce and the necessaries of life will
only fluctuate with the population, while
the exports depend on the harvest, which
I ":e population is gicii at 'J'.t'.Kl, of,
which anoiir inijuki arc ;,!osi m.. I he
tmiilier is supposed In be iticrca.sing. but
it iriust I. l.i. f,,r the old walls still
! Mil ' -.-mud I he tiv:.-r prt of the- popula
, ii i.i. a lie- I -i j-i s liuiii ,i 1 1 -i- :: 1 1- very
i lew. Tne iviv iv ,,f Christian and
.;i-wsi tei. :,,(-,, uie ;.in-ieiiis having
of l.-ii.- ye;.r .-t!-oi-ii the trade ;iiid wealth
ulii. ! wet-.-formerly in the itatuis of the
others. The Most, " steadily inert ase in
wealtu, n ni it the Christians and .lews as
steadily decline. This unusual slate of !
things is said to be due to the loss of the i
through trade to Bagdad, to the diffieul- j
ties which those who are not Moslems en
counter in business, and to tbe insolvency
of the government. The Damascus bonds,
which were repudiated to the extent of
A'.WO.nOO, were mostly held by Christians
and Jews, and the repudiation was a heavy j
blow to them. j
But it appears that the wealth of the ,
place has considerably increased in the Inst
thirty years, and it is probable that Da-,
mascus will still further increase when '
the railways now projected from the coast i
are constructed. The exportat ion of liquor
ice root, however, seems to be doomed by ;
the discovery of roots of a superior quality (
in Asia Minor and elsewhere. Apricots j
form one of the chief products of Damns- i
"is. It is es.imated that in a good vearno '
fewer than I.,iVI tons are gat liered. Jarge
quantities an- sent fresh into the neigh
boring towns and villages, while the rest
is dried or made into paste and exported to
-KJI't. Hemp, too, Is an important local j
Iyooal industries are numerous and some
are of import ance. The chief is weaving. I
There are aUmt 2,000 looms for colf'i, j
wool and silk weaving. The first produce j
aliAj, curtains and divan covers, the n..i !
terial used for the long coats worn by
Moslems, and for the cloaks which cover
l he naUve women from head to foot. A
hand loom can turn out thirteen vards of '
t riped cotton cloth per day, but the aver
age day's work does not exceed seven yards.
The cotton looms are constantly at. work,
while the wool and siik looms are frequent
ly idle. The maim fart lire of ropes, harness,
hammered iron, copper and brasswork
are runong the other industries. The or
namental l.ras-swork and mother of psrl '
inl.nd work are chiefly supported hytr.iv
lers, who pay exorbitant prices. Ixindon
Morning in the (iniana Forest.
The bats are settling themselves in the
hollow trees or under dense ni:ises of
creepers, making mouselike chirpings as
they hunt? themselves up in t heir places,
lit re and there a lumbering moth, looking
out for a safe retreat until evening, is fli,t-tf-ring
lazily along liefore retiriug to rest.
The owl and goatsucker shrink liefore t he
lijht, and al hurry off to their hiding
places, making room for the brilliant fami
lies of day bird.s which arc calling and
chirping from the tiretops. The weird
voice of the howling monkey now horrifies
the stranger, filling him with wonder and
recalling stories of banshees and ghosts re
tiring nt cockcrow. Then a flock of par
rots or macaws is heard screamiDg far over
head, their glorious plumage flashing in
the morning rays in metallic tints of gold
en yellow, green and crimson.
The din would be almost unbearable
were the birds near at hand, but as tiicy
rarely fly or perch low their voices are mel
lowed by distance. Congregating on the
bonghs of the highest trees far beyond , he
reach of the Indian's gun or blowpipe
they take their morning meal of fruit and
nnts, chattering away like a lot of rooks
in a clump of old el ins. Longman's Maga
rine. English Regimental Trt.
The Royal Welsh f usileers is not the only
regiment in the service which enjoys the
advantage of having a four footed pet to
trot by the side of tbe drum major.' At
least one regiment of the Household bri
gade rejoices in a white goat, whose homs
and hoofs on gala occasions are sprucely
gilt. One of these favored animals indeed
was remarkable for his punctuality in at
tending church on Sundays, and for his n
emplary conduct during mornipg service,
but those were good qualities that he
shared with the dogs of the highland shep
herds, which are habitual adherents of the
Sabbath congregation at kirk.
These exemplary animals again have ri
vals in Italy and Spain, where it is com
mon to see the dogs of the picturesquely
clad shepherds sitting placidly in church
by the side of their kneeling masters, and
in a spirit of m-lf sacrifice worthy of all
commendation subduing an evident incli
nation to howl when the organ peals its
loudest. At the head of another British
regiment there has long marched an ante
lope, suggestive possibly of the service of
tbe corps in India.- Ixindon Telegraph.
Tbe University of I-ex.
It isrerybard to describe the ecclesi
astical hierarchy that obtains in the "west
ern province" of Islamism, and, in fact, it
would be safer to say that there is none.
The Kairouin cathedral and university is
entirely ruled by the people who frequent
it. In its sacred precincts Mohammed is
tbe only high priest. There are of course
fukies, or professors, and emins, the faith
ful ones or "priests, but woe betide the
priest or fuUc who dared to address the
most raged vagabond of the fondaks or a
barefooted beggar from the Suss in any
thing but terms of consideration and civil
ity. Here the vagabond and the muleteer
have as much right to loiter and to learn
as tbe wisest pundit, though one is a rag u
muffin and the other may wear a caftan of
green silk and shroud 'his form in tiie
serpentine folds of a sateen haiiv. Fort
Poifecu in ltubber Kii;---t.
Analyses have lieen mf.de by W. Reus
of the rubber rings employed in the make
up of vessels used for containing some of
the popular preserved foods. In this list
an India rubber riug made in Paris and ex
tensively used, its average weight being
0.5 grm., showed 66.6 per cent, ash, consist
ing almost wholly of red lead, with no anti
mony aulpiiide preeenU CbemicaUche
tia cuTv ior Couuuirt:on io ontt surf, i a rare rriief
In dvrH irrg. l tmmr. You will f f .no
'!l-t' taking tip Cr-st dew rM4
7K r- ltfc bc'tlta, 3C Octal 4..1' i'.JiKy
THE GREAT BNUIIH REMEDY.
Promt-tly and perma
nently cnre all forma of
NerTonB Weakm f, HmU
f loni-, Speru Morrhi Im
poteni y and all tfl cio of
abate or esceares; been
I'teecribed i.ver year
m thontamls of cure; if
itlH mtlv r.'li.s-o nri Km.
Jefore and After, e1 medicine known; ak
trngelsts fer VToon's Pr sisoniKs: if he offers
ome worthier medicine in pl .ee of this, leave
he dhonet oti re, enelore price in letter an.
we will nend bv ri-tnrn mail. Price on- pagi
il; ix. JS; one will plee. rix will nr. ; pam
let ih plain sealed envelope, a Man ns: adon-n
TUB Woot CHEMIC AL CO..
1SI Woodward arenne. Detroit. Mien.
icy n iri
Healthful, Agreeable, Cleansing.
Chapped Bands, Wounds, Burns, Its
Eemoves and Prevents Dandruff.
AMERICAN FAMILY SOAP,
Best for General Household Us
I rvl r VJ K."
III u vq-
T. TT THOMAS
mCm ACS3LUTE cure roW
Itl VYIl U NOT CAUSfe A
lgy STCTURE. asxforU4
gME3 Bie O vopain. mo gr a-h tf I
FJfcVB'SS i" S-Ci-S 'TV rcrM Jj?7 I
T H. THOMAS Soh AeenU
A tew ind Complete Treatment, conlrln' ot
euppocitories. Ointment In 'aprnlp, alro in Box
and Pt la; A Positive Cnre for External, Blind or
Ble, dli b ltchinif, Chronic Keeni or Hereditirv
Piles FbmalV wkakhusm and manv other dis
ease; it la alw ays a frreat benefit to the general
health. The first discovery of a medical care ren
dering an operation with the knife nnnecenrarv
hereafter. This R medy ens sever been known
to fail. II per box, (for 85 ; sent bv mall. Why
after from this terrUble die when a written
eaarantaa is positivly given with 9 bottles, to re
rand tbe money if not eared. Send stamp foe
frms sample. Onarartee wni byoni ageat.
JAPANESE LIVER PELLET8
Acts ltk magic om the tomaca. . Liver and Bew
ea; dispels Dyspepsia, Billoosne-s, Fever. Cold a,
Nervous Disorders, Sleeplessness, Ua of Appetite
restore the comDleetlon: nerfeet dieesuon fol
ows their use. Positive care 'or Sick Hbadacbts
snd Constipation. Hmall, mild, easy to take Largs
v iai or nt is xo rents.
HARTZ BAbNSiN Sole AgeaM lock Islaaa
W. TREFZ & CO.
Have opened in their new quarters with
the grandest and best su'.ected slock of
ever shown in the city.
A.U this week they will have a SPEC
IAL SALE, consisting of the entire
stock which they have purchased from
B. Birkenfeld, at prices that cannot be
duplicated in tbe tri-cities.
Now is tbe time to make your
2011 Fourth Avenue,
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"orcil Elnfle & Minneivv i
la xby ilxpreas . i
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bale kxpress ,,
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.tn art Rock Jslmd
Daily. rOolng east. ,-(,.vi"I7rr
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M . J. Vonnif. Merit. u B-- J
il. Loa:s Kxpresa
3U Loats Hi press
SU Faal Bxpress
cteardstown Passenger. ..
Vay Freleht (Mocmonth).
6t! Paul Kinross
-, 40 a-J,
! 8 :00 am
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ar lUclne A 8onthwestern'rT
?ot Twentieth straet. between First '..
venne, K. D. W. Holmes, agent
Mm) and Kxpreso
. ?ani Kxpr -s
?t. A Ac commodotion .
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AH trains nn daily n ept ati.J.:
All Mie ce-'rvr. st:v- r:4
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Ij'ad and -Vor.a, oof. dirccioL?
TTirongh ticket o all p.i:n: :
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HOCK tlO8t.E WnWTWI FSCU A STi'CT Cf T-
The Direct Route to aud from Chiw.Jf"t M
rroria. La Sills, Mollns, Koc Islau-i, :a " -u
Dul-pniorf. MuHTAlfni. OtIUUliva. 1 K:U-
Moines, Wintorstt, Audubon. Harlan -d C1
iiiuuB. u. I1"! n , ran.'"-) - r
NESOTA; Vfawnoirn and Sioux Kalis, tn M'J
Camsmo. 8u Joseph and Earius City, in M:5S" f
Omaha, Lincoln, Fairbory and Nelson, in EEW-'
AteMn. Leavenworth. Hortoo. Topeka, Hatcfcs
Wichita, Belleville, Abilene, Dodge City. :i"H
IT . XTQ , U Ylnvflahatr. Kl Bjnou-d Mlnco.
fERRrrOEY: Denver, Colorado Sprlngt sod H
in COLORADO. Treveraea new areas of rich M
rvl narlii tuwb. aflhrdttw tha best fkcUltlal 0fc1
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northwest and southwest of Chicago and lo Tv
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