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gtm AEQUO. 8ATTJKDAT, NOVEtlUEIt 18, iei'3.
f I rtN wnnfc i COSTLY" MISTAKES. .
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i A Ki- Va!i lndlaa Remedl"
THC ONLY CCNUINK
So SOLO IN
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lIUe Km mm Ma,
About ererrbody is the en..w..
reading world knows about t3th."
bat it U doubtful If more than a few
people know the slffnifloance ot the
Bon de plume. Professor Roth, bav
in in charge the Catholic educational
exhibit of Philadelphia at the Colum
bian exposition, let the cat out of the
The feline eseape was male dnrin?
the time the enn-ress of librarians
were holtlictr e!i.u. Cenrjre Alfred
Townsend hat a -daughter who is
much interested in educational mat
ter, and she was ia attendance at
the meeting-, and was, of course,
taking in the fair. Among a lot of
Other people she was one day intro
ducrd to 1'rofesNor Roth.
Glad to know you." said the :!
old Irishman heart! I v. I m
) faM fee llucr Metats
caatmaed to Paper Mea.y.
When you are not accustomed to
handling them cold coins are a nui
sance. They ate so apt to be mistaken
for coins of baser metal and smaller
denominations, to the impoverishment
of the individual who makes the blun
der. 1 1 still ret i in vividly painful rec
ollections of an occasion when in
London I paid a cabman a sovereign
under -the imprecision that it was a
shilling. The cabman had a contract
to drive me a certain distance every
night, but I never clapped my eyes
on him again, lie evidently wasn't a
hog. He was satisfied with what he
had made out of the contract and was
willing to give some of the other cab
men a chance.
I have no doubt that during the
brief period recently when so many
. . . . -... r I . r ' i ii' ill i y urn av mmnj
liculurly flad to know yon. as I know houses paid off in specie because tbey
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. : , II iij :ri-:-. n.i n:-irt. lows.
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a ...,ur- .hi 1. m -itfina. cczraia. trtlf-r.
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' . . .'iiSiiintij'.lv Iit Mirr or "
. MEl:"N 4 l:-E.
llvin I) in I. iMviupim. Iowa.
i i iiU"18' -
your lalber so welL I have kaowa
him for a long time. I am delighted
to make the acquaintance of his
In the general talk the ones' ion of
how Mr. Townsendcaiue to choose the
title of Gath arose. The daughter
being appealed to declared she had no
Idea how her father d-rided on su-h a
no:n dc plume.
Why, it is simple enoiiffh." ex
claimed l'rof. Until, looking at the
journalist's daughter with a ouirt
cliuiklc. There is a ;." von sees
that stands for ticorge.' Then there
is W for Alfred.' and the T is foe
Townsend' of course."
T. . at . .11- ....
c ii saia me trronn in
Chorus, as the professor hesitated:
what is the 'If for?"
-mv, mai represents where he is
romp for the lies he has told," said
fll in sumh Ifriri.
The goid tiehls of the Transvaal re-
puiiiii-, in oiiiu Airn a. viciiled ovor
inii.M)(l oiin-es in Anirust. is.i:j which
is the largest pro.!nrt yet re.-orded in
anyone month. In round ti 711 res a.
ye:r"s output at the same rate would
lie worth ViJ.-MHUHiii, which is about
equal to the annual production of gold
in either the I nited Mates or Au-lru'
lia. Jin the countries last named, how
ever.the gold yield Is a limit stationary,
nnereasii is mpuiiv increasing vear
by year in South Africa. If the Trans
vaal mines produce Sto.OiMi.fKio in lsft.5
there will le wn.o.Kl.oiio north of go'.d
m ned in 1$!4 in all probabilitc.
Where the top limit will le reached
can hardly be guessed. Uood judjres
say that hunlr-ds of square miles
pf territory are underlaid with
gold lea ring nick and that the total
yield of the region will not fall belo
Sow Try This
It will tti-t vent nolliiu and will
Mirrly no yon jimI. if iu haw n
citiili, colli, or anv trmililc wilh
lhrn:it. die-1 or lutis. lr. KinV
New i-coiTv for coti.utiiitiiti
coiiti- or com- 1 iruaraiilis-ii to tii(
relief, or nnMicv aiil ! puid hack
sufTcrcr- from la niii- found il jusi
the tiling atid iiiiiUt it- u-c hud a
ihm-.iv and tH-riovt recovery. 1 rv a
amde Is. tile at our ejM iice and
Seam for yoiir-clf ju-l Imw imhJ a
Ihinir it i-. Trial ll lie free at Mart
aid I Iniewr - oru -lore. l.ar:
ire .Vic and 1 .
-rr.i iMt.N .!.
II. flifford. N.'r t'a-lh-. Wi-.
: troiiiiicil null lie lira 1 1 a. a !! 1
Khcuinati-iii. hi- -lotnach a di
rdcred. hi-luer wa-afffi-lcil to an
, - .
alarniiliL' iicirrcc. ainwiiie n-u ani
anM he wa terrildy reduced in flc
and strength. Three Im.iiIi- of el.n
Inc Inner- cured him.
K-lwar.l hcpi:inl. llarri-lmr. Ill
had a nuiiiin -ore on hi- lv of
iirfit year- -tainliii. l"-eil threi
hollies of electric hitler and 'cn
Mie of Itm-klcv's Arnica -ale. and
hi lc" i- -mill. I an. I well, .lohn
!siial er.fnlaw ha. Oliio.had lixe lar-r
1 ... . . . ;
,-fewr sore on hi- Ic;j. doctor anl 11
wa inclirahle. . One Imltle Klcclric
r.iltcr and one Ui Itiicko v' Arnica
..I. eiired lii tu entirely. xii ny
llartz V rileim-yerV dru' store.
Rt IKt.V.N A KMC A SALVt.
The U-t salve in the world for cuts.
l.rui.es. sore, nicer, sail rnciini
Wver sore, tetter, rhappc'l hands.
chilblain, com, and ail skin crup
....I 1vo.i1 1 eiv cure piles or
couldn't get bills many .careless per
sons let gold slip through their fingers
under the impression that it was silver
One instance came under my own
Observation, A friend hud just re
ceived his weclfs pay in gold pieces,
and I improved the opportunity to tell
him iny experience with the 1-ond.Mi
cabman, at which he laughed heartily.
Then. Iieing something of a cigarette
hend. he sought the nearest ciparstore
for the means t.f indulgence in his
favorite vice. He thrust a hand into
one of his pockets, tossed what he
thought was a nickel on the counter
and strolled out of the shop. I shall
always patronize thas.cijrar dealer
hereafter when 1 get a chance. It
didn't take him five seconds to decide
that he preferred a nickel with a clear
conscience to S."i without it. My Lon
don cabman had been trained in a
Renewal and Extension of the
Five Dollar Rate.
ason of Nominal Charjjes for
Skilled Special Treatment.
lint Hi tiylnc Moments Were Soothed
liv a Kiinlty Snrse.
A Portland physician tells the fol
lowing store, premising it with the
remark tnat nurses in the London
hospitais are rather ant to lav too
much stress on the advantages re
ceived by the patients and to remind
them of the duty of thankfulness.
Sometimes the patieuts do not ap
preciate their goo 1 fortune. This
Scene from a Iondon hspital related
by the physician above indicated is a
case in point:
Chaplain So poor Hopkins is dead!
I should have liked to speak to hiiu
once again and soothe Ins last mo
ments. Whv didn't you call me?
Hospital thdcrly I didn't think
you ought to be disturbed for 'Opk'ms,
sir. so I j'.ist soothed him as best 1 could
t ha plain Why. what did you sav to
Orderly 'Cipkins," says I. "you're
mortal bad." "1 am," sez'ee. ""Opkins."
seit I. I don't think you'll get better."
No, sez ee. Opkins," sez l."you re
goiiig fast 1 es, cz ec "tipkins.
scz 1, "I don't think you can 'or to go
to "raven." -l tlon't think I can," sez
ce. "Welhth-n. Opkins"' kz I. 'you'll
go to ell. "I suppose so, sez ee.
''Opkins," i.ez I, you ought to lie wery
grateful as lucres a place perwided
for vou. and that you've got some
where to go." And I think "ee heard
me. sir. and then ee died.
ConJjnuiiivr From the First Day
Novemlier Until New Tear"
lhiv. 1894 et Well Be
fore the .End of the
For the past two weeks Drs. Slack-
bousc and Daniel have been constant
ly besieged with entreaties from pa
tients to con ti line the $5 proposition
for at least one more month. The
physicians declined at lixst to accede
to this request, as it had tieeTi pub
licly announced that the regular
rates would te restored November
first. Hut as the end of the ."( period
!rew near," these solicitations liecamc
so numerous anil urjrent that the
following; decisions were reached and
the daily papers authorized to make
tliem pu til ic.
1 he tr-i per month rate for catarrh
and kindred diseases will he renewed
and continued until Jan. 1. 1!4.
During this jicriod the charges for
all other diseases will lie made jiro-
All who begin during this season
of nominal charges will be continued
at the same rate until cured.
-The low charge made will cover
cost of everything, and the liest of
everythiMg. needed to eflect a com
plete cure in the shortest time pos
These concessions are made at the
request of maiivv patients having
friends and relatives desiring to take
treatment at the reduced rate hut
w lio were unable to lie-in in Octo
iiMEIHAN JOHN T. HlSMlll.
The eminent comedian. Mr. John
1. Hanson, who is this seaon ap-
licarini' in the title role of his own
play, ".eii --l te
lie obliged to giv
THEIR COSTLY HATS.
no pay rcq
uired. It i guaranteed
T. e i D, anil Importer ef
Nines and Linuors
ii:in,l 161 Third Ave
to give perfect satisfaction. or money
..f .....I...1 I'riee ".1 ccnis it "'
For sale bv Mart. & llleinoyer
Art 1-1 lc Jelo.v-
James McNeil Whistler was being
bored boaie time ago br a great a
!r I'mi fnc Je-.glilon. r-
Hliri ... - - -
.1- ..,!. nee-blent ot the i.oyai
.. Tli. enthusiast enumc
AiBurui. . ...
mt-A l.i.nr lUt of this Aumiraoie
r.:.,i,i..'i o.-i-oiiiiilis intents. ie-.
t .,i wio.iler. drcatniiv. "and
I believe he paint a nine,
in.. . n.-mher of the chweh con-
MJn. li-sier argued that the
f.wi.,..i";,.n of tiie custom of crema
tion would eudang-r belief in the
f 1 be dead, the reply of
r 1 i.,.l,.irr sileneawany further
!?!:..'. i.. 'oslce.l: "What. then.
OIIV lT"ia aav ,
7 . ,1.. i,l aaartvrs who
atas oecoaie ' j
Around the World ia lifhtT y
v... rt tliink tlmt W Imasfhiarj
M.--ril.ed br " American
mnea rnj, .... lfc, ...
jm,: .k..Mfc the circuit ,h"1
' . - -M . ... Phil..i bad to Uke -
T .17 . vcta boon
no lH 11 ' ... ji
to .vrr Mtloo. In the hol world of mdl
....l. It for the vr of scnfulaor
Snilirr rii- nf 3HelleaM Which Cot I IT
The Mexican sombreros are built on
a plan to stand wind and weather for
many summers, and the hat without
its candy trimmings often weighs sev
eral pounds, but stretched around it
is a band of :old or silver wrought in
the hifhe-t Myle of the jeweler's art,
and the edge is trimmed in a tlesijra
to match the band of cord. So it is
easv t see how iOO can lie put in one
hat. to lie sold, perhaps, to a vaijuero
whose entire earth. y possessions out
side of it tunv bs equal to only one-
fifth of its cost.
T.ut Mexicans run to strange ideas.
jncljred from Oiir own standpoint.
Aud their ideas have permeated cer
tain of the Western slates w here cow
boys hold sway and where 8-00 saddles
are often seen on S-'ii horses. Mexico
makes nearly a'l of its own som
breros, and it will surprise the fas
tidious tlressers to see in cases sillc
hats and derby hats of the latest style
and finest w-orkmanship which bear
the imprint of Mexican manufacturers.
I'rt Avenofia of ttontrt.
Au Knplish magazine the other day
a-ked women to te'.l what they cn
tidered their pet aversion. Here are
some of the Answers received: "Tbe
endless discussion of the Irish ques
tion." "A formal lunch party." 'My
pet aversion has no name or being,
yet I see her plainly w ith my spirit's
eve. There the t.:is. always neat and
unruffled, ever wearing that serene
smile which makes in? long to shake
her. i otilv to see how t,ue would
look then. Always conscientious.
always kind, her worst fault is that
the has no fault." "My pet aversion
is the fidgety, tidy woman." ' Cows,
of course! if 1 only knew what that
long and steady stare means: But I
don't, and mystery commands awe."
UM kl is Burtnrd liv It,"
mil all anlga!ly skin
. . V . J IClt.
Ziorr r ,
Hoot be skepUral,
Jtidge Q. was famon as one of the
most compassionate men who ever sat
npon a liench. His softness of heart,
however, did not prevent him from
doinir his duty as a judge. A man w-lio
bad been convicted of stealing a small
amount was brought into court for
sentence, lie looked Terr sad aud
boneless and the court was much
moved br his contrite appearance
"Have you ever been sentenced ta im
prisonment?" the judge asked. "Nev
er, never!" exclaimed the prisoner.
bursting into tears. "Don't cry don't
cry," said Judge y. consolingly.
Make life miseruM'. All other
iiilim nts sirn i-s ii 'thing in cim-
jiiviis' ii. itueit -sjnx-i;ill y know
its pnlieiitig, Mii I lew o.scaiie its
THE RELIEF AND CURE IS
Manr T-eot.Ie t;ike t:ll, which
crij e ami 'Urge, voakeiiing the
1 oitv. More take iShiimons Lirer
Regulator, liquid or towiler, lo-
oaitse more 'k-asar.t to take,ttoe3
not gr'pe, ainl is a miM laxative,
tnat tilo tqnr-s up the FVitern.
The relief 13 quick. It is Mature a
own remedy, purely voprtnUe.
I never found anythitiK to do me any
jPKid until 1 UM-d iliiliioii J-lvr Ivi-uiA-lor.
It hs ben three ycurn sfiii 1 iirt
iiswt Hand I have not lin. M.-k Hi-udii'-he
stni'e. 1 seut my sislerlirho Ttuil irnni one
to two attacks of ick iltudm iic every
weekioneiairofa tui ksiri-. and kIic lis
tint had it since," tcituis, I3rowu
sale. W.va. ,
. at. XUUX CO- Pb.udcl.u,. P.
Caatoria is Dr. 8amael Pitciera prescription for InGnt
ad Cbildren. It coataius neither Opium, Morpliiae ar
otber Narcotic substance. It is a harmless aubstitnt
for Paregoric, Drops, Sootlilu &yrnns,and Castor Oil.
It is Pleasant. Its pnaraatctj is tliirtjr years use by
Millions of Mothers. Castorla destroys Worms and allays
fcTerUbness. Caetoria prevents vomiting Sour Curd,
cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. Castoria relieves
teething troubles, cures constipation and flatulency.
Castoria assimilates the food, regulates the stomach
and bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. . Cas
toria is the Children's Panacea the Mother's Friend.
rW-, I. an excellent medicin f . T ehit-
. dreo. M41k ts have repeatedly told me of its
good effect upon their children."
' B. O. C. Osgood,
1 Lowell, Mass.
" Cstarla fe tbe best remedy foe children of
which I am arqiiaiated. I hope the tlaj is Bat
f ai' distapt when mothers will consider the real
Intemt of their children, and use Outoria in
stead ct themriousquack BoAmmswhich are
destroving their loved ones, by forcing opium,
morphine, soothing syrup and other hurtful
agents dona their throats, thereby fending
tiwm to premature graves."
Da. J. F. Kikcs cvs,
Csstoria ir so irell adaited to chiMraa Uuu
I nenii.uicnd itssupexijrtoaaypi ascription
known to nw."
H. A. A -, IL
Hi So. Oxford iit., Brooklyn, H. T
Our physicians in the children's 1
ment have Kr)g'sen highly of their
ence in their outside practice trith Q
and altliougn e ouly have amorg our
medical supplies what is known as lejuiar
products, yet we are free to confess that tka
merits of Catoria has won us to look wits'
favor nxnm it.
Units d Hospitai. am, Iis
ALUS C. Smith, iri..
What is the condition of yours? Is your hair dry, S
harsh, brittle? Does it split at the ends? lias it a
lifeless appearance? Does it fait out when combed or
brushed ? Is it full of dandruff? Does vour scale itch ?
Is it dry or in a heated condition ? If these are some of
your sy mptoms be warned in time or you will become bald.
I i wbat too nn-d. Ii eividiietiia t v as aerident. TMt tbe leraK mt srieatlSe
rrnr.-h. KnowiMc of me oiwamot Uic bairaad Kala led te (aeauooy-
I err of tnrtolTvvt uien. aSkookumncontainSBeitBrs&il
e up sinjritiir anil
character recitations entirely m a'
i imnt of throat lroulle. After hear
ing of the cure effwleil liv the
Sl:ickhotie treatnietit I irave it a
thdrniili trial in niv own cae with
the result that in n little while I was
Mr. Hanson is now constantly on
lite roaii with his cotuiianv ami hi
IMTinaiietit mlilres is careof the New
1 ork ltinT.
Sfackhouse Medical Institute.
UKl'.lXK M AfKlKH.sK. M. 1.
.IomKPH A. IUXIKI.. M. 1.
ISiMiai. 1 1 ami IK.
iFir-tFloor. Tke tie Elevator. 1
I, W. Coratr of B-sdy and Third Street,
The (uYful and pirmant-utly rrtabliehed
Sfiar.fl in the trrattm-ct of Catarrh. Asthma.
DiHan' nl the Eye. Kar. Throat and
Lbii'-?. Serv"ii Di,efe, BIimkI and kin TMn-
eaMs: Chronic Dic'.
Oflce flour- a. m. tu IS m . t" 4 nnd 7 to 6
p. m. : Sniniav.. a to 5 p. 111. only .
Ulie wife of an eminent scientist in
New York was a-ked by a minister
what religious faiih her husband had.
Sue replied tnat h had no religious
faiti:. but believed as all scientists
do in resrard to reliffion.
And what is that belief?" queried
Ou.that be never tells," she said.
1. rtc.T . iva. lint a dflichtfallv rfM-linff and lf natataa Toair. 17 atiHalaUas
tl.c follicles, u Hops aili0 Aa,r. curu 4amng a4 fe mmrmmmuim
geen tbe scslp ttem. heaativ. and tw from tnHatiat w aiiUoaa. Vy
the uji. , t .iniwua A.a ictp. It dufo s siilic iaaccu, waad. cca mm.
If vour drurri'traaant uittToiifrad dlrret to M. and w. will forward
ftrpM, .a rmiil puce. Oroacr,aMiitrr iiotUa: furajJa, 8oaa,aw.
1 iex ;ar ; . ir igv.
THE SKOOKUn ROOT HAIR fJKOWnR CO..
97 ffaath Fifth Ami. Sew 1 ark, . V.
THE 1IOLINE WAGON,
The Mine Wagon Co,-
Uuralactmers ol FARU, SPRING AND FREIGHT WAG0Z3
A fall and conpleta Use ot Platform and otter tprtur Wsnat, pccian aaaptea tstM
Wxatera trade. of aporior srorkaiSBehlp and dalra ulatusted Price List free oa
aoplicatioa. Bee the MOLISS WA6UM before paicaasiac
Heating and Ventilating Engineers.
Gas and Steam Fitting,
A complete line of Ifpe, Brass Goods, Packing Ho,
Fire Brick Etc. Largest and best equipped
establishment west of Chicago.
DAVIH bUUCJi. Moline, IU
1 12, 1 14 West Bermteenth at.
Restdenoe Teleohone 1 16B'
B. P; DeGEAR,
Contractor eiiid. Builder.
Office and Shop 225 Eighteenth Street . i ' ' - v -
' HOCK I8LAHD, IliLw
taTAnkiads of Carpeaterlwprtt a apstialoy. Plaasaad ettimstee fat all Badt ef salMlaaa
syou're foinf to be now.
Y- eatr rT ' "