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Rock Island Daily Argus.
PRICE FIVE CENTS. VOL. XX XVII. NO 44 ROCK ISLAND, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1888. mm, WHERE 60CIETY SPENDS PART OF ITS TIME WHEN SUMMER IS OVER. -AND- STOVES RIVERSIDE OAKS, all sizes, Em M S SB, all sizes, for Hard Coal. A fine line of Soft Coal Base Heaters. WOOD STOVJES, all sizes and patterns tSTtw b?st stock to select from in the city, at DAVID DON'S, 1617 Second Ave. THE 0. HOPPE, TAILOR, No. 1808 Second Ave., ROCK ISLAND. DAVIS & CO., PLUMBERS! Steam Fitters. A complete stock of Pipe, Braes Goods, Packing, Uose, Fire Brick. Etc. Bole Aecnte for BBATE STEAM PUMPS, ath SIGHT FEED LUBRICATORS. We gnfiranff eve rv onr perfect, an 1 will pond Cup, Twenty dav'tt trial, to respoa-ibte parties. r .'.'-il (U Safety Beating Eoilers, and ContraC' f t- i tors for furnishing and laying ?C'" Water, Gas and Sewer Pipe. I) a vis Block, 1712 First Ave., Moline, Illinois. Rack Island, Illinois. Ttleuboae .06J. Telephone Kc.iUtnoc Tcleinooc 100. ma m WW THE MOLINE WAGON. The Moline Wagon Co. Manufacturers ol FARM, SPRING and FREIGHT WAGONS A rull an.I fnmi!cte line or TM-ATFOflM WrPllTB iTMl.- i f unpin r wnrkiH! nit lM-nuon Set litr M r' rMhr i-rii:e j-tr.p lni tiu;-li 'Ciitl'V li"pTe. to the r t :l tret; oil IMLA-JSTTTjIESS. GRATES, Tile Hearths, Tile Facings, DYSPEPSIA. THE RIDING SCHOOLS. IS thst misery prperiencei whf n we mhI-dt-niy become aware that we vosppb a diabolical arrangement called anomach. The stomach the ret'rv.Mr frittn which every fibre and ti-"ti? mint be nnri?hei, and any tr-mle with il ir uoou felt through out the wh'ilo pymm. Among a dozen dyspeptics no two will have the stun-- pre-do-ninam -ympt-.tms. Dyspeptic of active metitai powt-r and a bilious temperament ar en b ret to Sick Headache; thiwe, flrhv and nMeijm-Uic havt- OosstTteA ion, while the tht:i and nervtn are abandoned U gloomy fKreboditiu's. Some dyspeptics are wptiderfnily forget 'nl; others nave great trritnbiiit of temper. Whatever form djpepsi-i my take, one thin is certain, the undkhltikg Cause is in the Liver. and one thing more if equally certain, no one will remain a dyspeptic who will It will correct assidity of the ' stomach, expe- ronl ga8es, ail lay irritation assist diges- lion.and at the same time Start the Liver to Working, when all other troubles soon disappear. "My wife was a confirmed dyeneptie. Some three years ago by the advice f Dr. Steimr.uf A twus'a. -ht Hi" induced to try Simmons Liver R tea mor. I feel ratefal for tbe relief lfwns g'ven her, atid may all who read this and are afflicted in any way. whether chrome orottef-wli-B. use Simmons Llwr K-volstrr net uh) confident bet, ih will b.- returof d Until who ill be advised." Win M Kra, Fort Valley, Ga. Careful Training of the Hot Mounting from the Gnmad - Nervous Women. Habits Pitted tV&Ue on the Bone Bid ing to Music Tbe hase of all riding lessons for bwinnera Is tbe safety and careful training of the borsea Only a horse of strong will power, wide intelligence and disciplined nerves can bear with equanimity tbe succession of sur prises a sweet girl manage to arrange for him wnen stie mounts tor tbe first time. Tbe first mounting is from a block, and a rider bas only to sit down with a little spring to be in her place, but there are something like a hundred ways a girl manages to take that little spring and take it exactly wrong before she is iu Uie saddle. Then it takes au artist to arrange a girl's skirts and two grooms to hold tbe borse while it is done. W hen she doesn't forget to unhook the little loop that bolus her dress in tbe back she sits down squarely on the fullness that should go over the pommel, or gets so helplessly wound up in tue skirts that no one but the fifteen puz zle man can ever get her out alive. Her sad dle is nover exactly right, her stirrup either too long or too short, and she fidgets and tusses and nestles nod giggles and gets pink in her cheeks and a lot of imprecation and profanity in the heart of tbe groom be fore sbe is finally satisfied and rides into tbe ring, only to come back again in nine cases out of ten for another horse or saddle or something. Mounting from the ground fs a yet more difficult feat, and usually the first few trials end in disaster. One hand on the saddle, the other on tbe saoulder of the master, his arm about ber waist, her foot in his hand, and then count one, two. three, and she springs only to land where she least expects, while the horse quivers and shivers in patient sub mission and tiears it The favorite mode of riding is after the English style, and the master rides round and round with tbe pupil correcting, crtticising her position, and sug gesting such ideas as she may find beneficial. Suddenly, without warning, he chirrups to her uorse. and away tbey go, bis hand under neath ber elbow to taeh bow and when to rise from the saddle as the horse bounds. Faster and faster they fly, and whiter and whiter grows the girls face through the nameless fear that will come and must be dispelled by heroic treatment. A naturally graceful woman who is not afraid of a horse and understands how to manage one, can learn to ride wet) in a verv few lessons, but a timid, nervous woman re quire considerable practice to accustom her- , self to the to ber terrifying motion of the powerful aiumal she rides. j practiced months and months,0, said a ! pretty yonn girl in gray striped habit, "to learn to rise in the saddle according to tbe master's teaching, but 1 just coukln't do it at ail, and 1 was lame all over, until one day papa said: 'Why, just sit suil and let the borse throw you, and in ten minutes X had it and have never had any trouble since. All this time that tne young riders bad been flopping and tossing and jerking around in the rink, a tall, vigorous young woman bad been drawing on her gloves, and a pink cheeked girl in the corner was reading a love letter, waiting for their horses and scolding because some- one whom tbey called Bert couldn't come and ride with them, so tbey could go out in tbe park, and when the I horses finally came, two handsome, white faced, slender necked beauties, they flew down the steps, one foot in tbe band of tbe groom, a spring, and they were in the sad dles, every fold of their habits falling into exactly the correct and proper place with no fidgeting, said into the nnk tbey dashed on the prancing, dancing horses, flying round and round and acres tbe circle, striking ter ror to tbe hearts of their timid sisters, while the fresh, soft color sprang to the riders cheeks and the pretty brightness to their eyes with the swift exercise. How is it that you seem to have so much less trouble with your dress in mounting than the others r asked an inquisitive matron as the girls came panting up the stairs. Oh, l dont know, unless it is because tbey were fitted on a real live borse up here at the stable. A great many of the ladies insist on their tailors coming to the stables to fit the s now. A wooden charger Isn't like a live horse to mount, you know." W hen the beginners lessons are ended for tbe day comes the glorious dashing music ride by alJ tne school together. Suddenly a crash of music, a trampling of hoofs, a toss- Cor. Eighth St. and Third Ave., riIty hurses, Ldted .od IikuS dash out into the rink, and half as many women are trying to mount tbe eager, paw ing, quivering steeds, and twice as many men are helping ttiem to the best of their poor still. Tbe ladies fuss and twist and wrestle, stirrups are shortened or lengthened. girths are tightened, the music crashes on. tne pretty horses stand impatiently, with quivering ears and dilated nostrils. Tbe queenly beauty goes out to mount, but pouts in the prettiest imaginable way as the is led along the block, but smiles with lips and eves as a fair haired Adonis, anticipating her wish to mount from the ground, springs down from the block and holds up bis arms invitingly to ber. Twenty horses are crowded together in a little space cavorting and pawing In impatience and excitement, but down among their trampling hoofs sbe flies fearlessly, and with a quick, light spring sbe is beaming down into his face as he fits her foot into tbe stirrup and tightens her saddle girth, then flings himself on a borse, and round and round tbe big rink they all revolve in steady measured pace to the quick, throbbing music. Sweet girts ride into tbe nn g alone all fear lessly, but hardly are tbey inside tbe gate before some mounted anight with uplifted hat joins them, and two and two they dizzily wheel, now to tbe right, now to tbe left, divide into two cirri, meet and come up the center four abreast, wheal again into the circles of four, meet and inarch up eight abreast, separate once more, wheel, meet, and sixteen horses' beads come tossing up in tine, as unlike in expression as the sixteen bright faces above them, and round they wheel again in pairs. Then they all form in one straight line. while the music beats tbe time, dash for ward, the whole seventy of them, in a salute to the leader, and the lesson is over, only a few of the bravest of the ladies remaining to ride for the rings, and only two braving tbe hurdles. .New York Bun. SEED. - A wonderful thro? Is a seed The one thing deathless forever? ( The one thing chaoffelees, utterly true Forever old, and forever new. And fickle and faithless never. Plant blessings, and blessings will bloom; Plant hate, and hate will grow; You can sow today to-morrow short bring The blossom that proves what sort of a thing Is the seed, tbe seed that you sow. The Churchman. "First Day" in a Country School. "Please remove your hats," she said. Each of the smaller boys turned toward the largest and first comer, and, upon seeing him takeoff his "flop" hat, they very prop erly removed their owu bead coverings. Six mops of light hair were revealed, and the row of white beads sat and looked fixedly and solemnly at the teacher. The oldest boy presently shifted bis position and glanced in quiringly about the room, and the smaller white heads also shifted then positions and rolled their pale eyes about the room with questioning glances. With a beck. Ivy called the largest size of the assortment up before ber, and tbe rest of tbe white beaded band rose promptly and "lined up" beside their brother. Ue turned a stern face toward them. "Bet down and stay tharl" he com manded, and, without a murmur, they re turned to the bench, and gazed at the teacher and the boy in much the same manner as if they bad expected to see the latter instantly torn to pieces by the former. Concerning the Eye Glass. The monocle Is a circular disk of polished glass which was invented by a fool to dimin ish the visual capacity of an idiot, it is de fensible on no grounds whatever. It spoils the eyesight by throwing the two lenses out of a common focus. It is debatabiy of benefit where there is one weak eye, but is nowise as good for a weak bead as is generally imag ined. It is one of tbe few directions in which the male human animal enters a domain in which the female usually reigns supreme, that of pursuing a custom based on nonsense and harmful to health in consequence of an accepted policy of imitation. It is socially of value as illustrating the truism that men have no more digested wisdom than women, generally sneaking, but outside of this pur pose the monocle falls into the same general Class as tbe n a quro, the K.ing Ch&rie spaniel, and improved food for infants, all articles which humanity could get along much better without. London Cor. New York Times. THE SUFFERER'S FRIEXO. 1 How many people who are iu tiering from blood poison tbe world knows not but read the following letters and you may be interested: POUND BT ACCIDENT. Baltimore, Md., Jan. 30, 1887. I have been a sufferer for six years with catarrh, ulcerated sore throat and rheu matism of the chest, from blood poison. About four weeks ago I was passion? the Botanic Blood Balm store No. 8, Korth street, Baltimore. I went in and con sulted your agent about my case. He pave me one of your B. B. B. "Book of Wonders," which I read. I called in a few davs afterward and got a bottle of your Botanic Blood Bhlm -B. B. B. I am cow on my third bottle and will say that I have felt a marked improvement since the third day after commencing to use your medicine. I now nave no trouble from my throat, and have improved so much in every way that I am satisfied that by the use of your medicine I will soon be all right. I have taken many and some good prescriptions and medicines for this trouble, but I think your B. B. B. the best remedy I have had, and I cheerfully recommend your Botanic Blood Balm to the public as tbe quickest and best blood remedy I have found, after six long years of search for health. Very respectfully yours. Joseph W. Flowers 10 slemmors alley. ONE BOTTLE BID TT BOILS CUBED AND HEALTH RESTORED. B.B. B. Co., Atlanta, Ga: (iENTS My sister was afflicted for numoer of years with boils scattered about all over her person. They would make their appearance every spring, and last thiough the cummer and until late in tbe fall. Her health was sadly im paired, losing flesh and strength every day; in fact, tbey were sapping her life. I gave her one bottle of B. B. B , and the effect was like magic, producing a complete cure and restoring her health. Today sbe is perfectly sound and her health fully restored. It is without doubt tbe best and most valuable blood purifier now on the market. D. M. HcRav. Waynesboro, Miss., July 14, 1887. MOOBmrd. We will pay the above reward for any case of liver complaint, dyspepsia, sick headache, indigestion, constipation or costiveness we cannot cure with West's Vegetable Liver Pills, when the directions are strictly complied with. They are purely vegetable, and never fail to give satisfaction. Large boxes containing SO sugar coated pills, 25c For sale by all druggists. Beware of counterfeits and Imitations. The genuine manufactured only by John C West & Co., 863 W. Madison St.. Chicago, Ul. The salary of tbe Fnglish attorney general is 7.000. with 5,000 perquis ites. The solicitor general's stipend is 0,000 and 3,000 perquisites. Tn the pursuit of the gooi things of his world we anticipate too much; we eat out the heart and sweetness of world ly pleasures by delightful forethought of them. The results obtained from the use of Dr. Jones' Red Clover Tonic far exceed all claims. It cures dvspepsia, and all stomach, liver, kidney and bladder troubles. It is a perfect tonic, appetizer, blood purifier, a sure cure for ague and malarial diseases. Price, 50 cents, of druggists. Tbe Eiffel tower is now 583 feet high The remaing 400 feet will be completed in January. The hest on earth can truly be said of Grieg's Glycerine 8alve, which is a sure. safe and speedy cure for cuts, bruises, ecalds, burns wounds and all other sores Will positively cure piles, letter and all skin eruption. Try this wonder healer. Satisfaction guaranteed or money refund sd. Only 5 cents. Sold by druggists Earache, THROAT, Needed Improvements In Railway Cars. The compulsion ned to dispose of stovt-s tn railroad coaches has led froroone thing to another, until now it ia no longer a question of safety, but of sanitation, it is demanded ; that cars be so heated that one passenger shall not be at the mercy of another, who wishes a window open that shall let a draught on his neighbor. The only escape from this, and the fatal colds caught by tbe weaker and sensitive passengers, will be in a partial adoption of the apartment systm. This sanitary demand is associated with wh ether, no less important; that is the careful supervision of the supply of water placed in the tanks. This is often of a vile sort, only nsable owing to the ice placed in it: bat for all that a source of poison to all who do use it or are the closets on many lines de cently cared for; so that, from a sanitary point of view, they are unsafe for the occn pants of tbe cars. -lobe-Democrat. INFORMATION. All who desire full information about the cause and cure of Blood Poisons. Scrofula and 8crofu'u Swellines, Ulcers. Sores, RheumHlism, Kidney Complaints, Catarrh, etc.. can secure bv mail, free, copy of our 32 pee illustrated book on wonders, filled with the most wonderlul and startlinc proof ever befr re knowo. Blood Balsam Ca, Atlanta, Ga. CURES Headache, Toothache, NEURALGIA, SORE Catarrh. Crotix Frost Bites. Sort Nipt-let. Caked Breasts, Lams Back, RHEUMATISM Sprain. Bruises, Cuts, Burns, Old Sores, ic. Sold by Dnggistt. Sue. nnd f 7.03. HAMLIN'S BUOOO AND LIVER P!LLS. Best in the World, iry Thf m. 25c. SONG BOOK WAUf.D FREE Address WIZ4HO c!L CO all Possesses many Important Advantages ov otner I'rcpunxi roooa, BABIES CRT FOR IT. MAUDS RELISH IT. Make Plump. Laughing, Health, Babies. Regulates the atomacn ana Dowels. Sold by Diuretts. urbane, l.ou. WELLS. RICHtBDSCH CO., MLII1TM,T. Baby Portraits. Portiolioof Leautilul Iwiby portraits, pr APortlolioof ueautilul Imbv nortraits. minted mi iiue pinw pnjT ny paiem paow process, aem free to Mother f ay Jnby born within a year. It's Easy to Dye WITH Superior IN Strength, Fastness, Beauty, AMD Simplicity """f.r tenant Sw durable colon. Art tor the Ixrutmd, sad ui no other. 36 colon; 10 cents each. WELLS, RICHAROSOX t CO.. BurSngtm. It. Everr Mother wanu these bicture,: send at once. Give Bsbv's name and age. WELLS, RICHARDiON i CO., P ops, Bsrilngbxi, Vt For Gilding or Bracing Pancy ArtidM. US DIAMOND PAlNTk acid. Silver, Bnxue, Copper. Only e I JOHNyOLK&Ci; O-ENERAL OONTFACTOBSj: AND V HOUSE BTJItiDI KS. HASrFACTCBEM OT " Sash, Doors, T31ii !ds, Siding, Flooring, Wainscoating and all kL dfl of Wood Work for Builders. Eighteenth St , 1 -tween Third and Fourth a eirae, Eoc) Island,.- TJK ACQUAINTED WITH THE GEOGRAFHY OF THE COUNTRY, WILL OBTAIN MUCH VALUABLE INFORMATION FROM A STUDY OF THIS MAP OF Duck shooting 4 now at its height in Missouri. Tbe si reams and lakes are cov ered with these birds now on their south ern miirration. HLME See thM yon get the Genuine, wl'h red Z on front of wrapper. lrepared only by J. H. ZELIN &. CO.. Philadelphia, P. J. A. GENUNG, The popular nod reliable Grocer, ROCK ISLAND, will sell you Groceries as cheap as they ran be sold. He pays' he highest market price for Farm Produce, and always has a nice stock on hand. Pay of Newspaper Men. The pav of men in position of any conse quence in all our dailies is poM. The pay of men who are mtmrdinate is bad. hy, tbe writer on one of the great dailies of New York city who has made the deepest, the widest, the most creditable mark during the last two vears receives the extraordinary sum of S30 a week, is not permitted tn do ADVlCfc Tlf KUTRVR- Are vu diSTurtcd at niht mid broken of your reel by a sick child mienng and crying with pain ot cutting teeth? If so, m'nd &t once and get a bottle of Mrs. Win slew's Soothing Syrup for children tecthmL'. Us value is incalculable. It will reliev- the poor little sufferer im mediately. Depend upon it mothers. there is no mistake about it. It curt dvsentcrr. diarrhoea, re-nilatcs the stom ath and bowels, cures wind colic, soft ens the euros, reduces in ti animation, and sTivea tone an er-ergy to the whole sys tem. Mrs. VV'inBJuw's Boot nine Syrup for Ofiildmn Teethinur is pleasant to tbe syndicate of moem. tbe nrofit of which troes J taste, and is the prescription of one of to the employer, the very matter prenared the oldest and best female nurse? and phvL with care and skill and loval industry. sicians in the United States, and is fori Thirty dollars is a large weekly income to I sale hy all rtnictcifrte throughout the! the ordinary reporter. You wiil be sur-1 world. Pric 25 cents per bottle, prised to know that there are men on these j great dailies to whom a weekly bill of $15 is an amafsement. Howard in Chicago -News. On Business Cares Intent. "That gentleman who just passed us," re marked Brown to Robinson, "1 bave met several times, and if be notices yon at all he looks you square in the face. 1 like that style of man.11 "Yes," replied Robinson, "he is a boss har ber and proltably wants to see if you dont need a shave," The Epoch. A Woman's Sweet Ht-vence. "I saw a lovely bonnet in a window to day," said Mrs. Spite. "It just became me and Was a real bargain." "Did you buy itT "No. 1 let that Miss Yandewater take it, because I knew it would make her look a per fect fright" New York Sun. FIRE, LliE AMD ACCIDEN1 US ITJRAKCS. J. E. Loosley & Co., GENERAL Insure jice Agents ipraaptrjeajutedaod paU St thl, agency. (Successor ot Haye i, Cleareland.) Assiicj snabUshed 1888. Office In BerjRston'i Block. GOLD 1IEDAL,PABI3.1878 BAKER'S In great variety at JOHN T. NOFTSKEES, Cor. Twentieth Street and Third Ave., Rock Island. Gordon's lei ait Restaurant West Side Market Square, - ROCK ISLAND, ILLS. Das the Urges Dining Boom in the tri-cities seating capacity 250 persona. 25 rents buja a good wholesome meal 25 cents pays for a nights' lodging in clean beds. City Boarders at reasonable rates. p 8 All must come sober. C. D. GORDON. Proprietor. M. YEEBTTEY, Humbing, Steam and Gas Fittini Knowlea' Steam Pumps, Inspirators and Ejectors. "nrantit, Ct and Lead Pipe, Pipe Fitting and Brass Goods of erery description uoer turn and Packing of an kinds, Uraia rue ana newer rip. Office and Shop No. SIT Eighteenth St.. BOCK I8LAKD, ILL. h w lew mui n r j KnJ I f ! I Iff VI Warranted tjAewlMtVwmiTW Cofoot fti'Oi which the " of niHm tH.'Q rriitovwl. lttnor than three lit the strength of Cocoa tnlxtKl with Starch. Arrow -nxX or uirr. and t thrWorr Air mure economical, totting teuthan nnt eent cup. It n deilc-out. nnoriilitnir. itrenjrtheiitng, easily iltjreted, and admirably adapted for Invalid as well u tor peraaoa In balU). Sola br roeraTrrwhrfc .BAKER & CO., terser, Masi PATRONIZE Hail's 1 Coffee -AND Five Cent Lunch Counter. A full line of SCHOOL SUPPLIES- just received. Corner Ninth Street and Fourth Avenue. Invented by a Banker's TV lit. The wife of a New Yjrk banker has in vented a machine for making wire rope, the patent of which she bas sold to a San Fran cisco firm for 5.000 cash and a royalty. The way she came to hit upon this was from a device she used to twist ber worsted. -Chicago Herald. The Longest Word In English. Which is the longest word in the Enclisb languagef "Smiies, h because there's a mile between the first and last letters. Christian Register. The Register has probably forgot ten the word beleaguered. There are three miles in a league. IN ew York Observer. English trade unionism is rapidly crowing socialistic. On the continent to call a man &,"workman" is equivalent to calling birr, a aociahst. Doc ion Billi. Neatly all diseases originate from in action of tbe liver, and ibis is especially the cane witb chills and fever, intermit tent fevers and malarial diseafet. To save doctors' bills and ward disease, take Simmons' Liver regulator, a medicine that increases m popularity each year. and bas become the most popular and best endorsed medicine in the market for the cure of liver or bowel diseases. Telegraph. Dubuoue, Iowa. auieturetw Chicago, Ills. 1 Clark St. The Regular Olfl-EstatlLsLHl PHYSSC1AH JLK3 SUBCECH h tm Treat imr wt!b tJw Grattff. SKILL and SUCCESS ClirGiiic, Kgitgiis and Private Diseases. -NF,RVOU3 IEB1L1TY, Cos Man hood. Failing Memory, Exhausting Drains, Terrible Dreams. Head and Back Ache ami aU the fleet icAding tr eat ly decay and periwp Con sumption or insanity, treauro sicr.iuciiy cy new mcthrxte ' th rtever -failing i'-K"- v-SYPHILIS a-1 al' bad Blood and Skin Di teases permanently cured. -KIDNEY and Uk IN AR Y eomnltints. Gteet, Gonorrhoea, Stricture, Varicocele and alt diseases of the Genito-l rmrt- Urgam rated prompt !y without injury to Stomach, Kidneys Of other trean. StNo experiments. Ar rm experience important. Consultation tne sscred. -SerrH a owtts notaee P-r Celebrated Works on Chronic, Nervoua and Delicate lrcaes. 1 how; contemplating Marrtagf tor ur. Clarke's cekbratcd guide Male and Female. eath i cents, uotn 7$ cent (siaropi. t-onwin ue otu Doctor. A rrenrfv letter or call may save futiiie sutf-rinv and thame, and ad gulden year to lite W-Book "Life'a (Secret) Errors." cms (Umr). Medicine and vitipes sent evervm here. eenre from exposure. Hour, 8 to 6. frntaoaya 9 to ta. Addres F. D. CLARKE, M. D., 186 So. Clark St., CHICACO, ILL. Health is Wealth! at-CWfA Loon the menu of the lord mayors dinner, at which tbe premier always ' speak, there was printed, "After Sails- bnry.dahcirg ' Sore throat and lungs, chapped hands and facp, positively cured by rond a tx tract; sold only in bottles with buff wrap pers and trademark. c,Vy OAAir In the Marriage Service. About as useless a thing as there is in this world is tbe word "obey" in the marriage service. 1 be bad wires won t obey, and the good ones rjfver give their husbands occasion command them. Marthas vineyard Herald. Tosta Card Paper Knife. A good substitute for a paper knife is a postal card, or any curd of similar thickness, or even less. For catting magazine leaves it answers all the purposes of a knife. Its effectiveness is surprising. The nter. Citable to Collect. Magistrate (to Chinaman) What is your complaint against this young manf Chinaman (unable to collect a laundry bill) He too muchee by -ejid-by. Harper's Bazar. CI ariaarkytla I MnsjOtedBSlfts. BlgG baaptre!! rnikve.- aal aatislactloa in ti onre of OooorrtHxa and Ute.L lprascrlb.lt and feel sale In nemo mend- Inc It to all snrieren. LJ. 8TU1EB. .!., DMatar, lit price, ai.ee. Sold by Dmgf lata. Best Protection Ayaliwt Colda. A normal condition of tbe skia is toe chief I protection against a cold. Turee-f oorths of I tbe sufferers from catarrhal pneumonia or chronic bronchitis are found to be in the babit of neglecting the skin. Their skin has become degraded, end is no longer a pro tective covering lor tbe body. Tbe Stan needs to be hardened by the use of the Hesh I brush, the cold douche, tbe sir bath, and by frequent chance of underclothing. Active exercise needs to be added, to keep tbe tie sues from olocging. The time to cure the I patient is lief ore begets the cold. outu s 1 Companion. Beasomnf mm a Sound Ten se; the doctors and mho shall Bar them nay? a special predisposition seems requisite to the development of rheumatism, rv Here there is this ten' dency, most of ns know from observation what a deep hold disease takes whence once incurred sod neglected for a short time. Is Dot this a sound text, then. from which to advocate the early use of Boetetter'a Stomach Bitters in a malady so bard to dislodge as rheumatism 7 An other thing. It is well ascertained that a falling off in visor, resulting from in dignation and mal nutrition, increases liability to rheumatism. What, then, is more likely to ant as a preventive aaide I from its remedial action than this potent rectifier of the gastric troubles that in crease the rheumatic tendency. Malaria, stipatlon, dyspepsia, billionsnese. sleeplessness, nervousness, debility and kidney troubles succumb to this genial preventive ana remedy. Tom King, the pugilist, who became a I book-maker after ha whipped Heenan leu a lonona 01 nearly vS,UUQ. 5ear Laredo, Mux., there has just been dis covered the remains of a concrete dam across the Hio Urande, evidently built in that time wherein the record runneth not. Be Sure If yon have made up your mind to buy Hood's Sarsaparilla do not be induced to take any other. Hood's Sarsaparllla Is a peculiar medicine, possessing, by virtue of its peculiaf combination, proportion, and preparation. curative power superior to any other article. Boston lady who knew wh.it she wanted, and whose example is worthy Imitation, tells her experience below: To Get In one store where I went to buy Ilood's Sarsaparilla tlie clerk tried to induce me buy their own instead of Ilood's; hetoldmethelr'i Dr. E. C Wests Verve and Brain treatment. guaranteed suectic for hypterla, dlttlne, enn- voirMfKiH, ni, oervoas nenraitna, neaascne, ner vosa DnwtrauoB canted by the se of aleobo) or tnnaceo. n-anerainrM. inMi.i aepretaion. sonen- trip of the brain reuniting in insanity and leadnii to mtwerv. dr tv and death, are mature old ace. barTrnness. Imfof power in either sec, involan tarv Ins and apermaXorrhoea caused by over exertion of the brain, self sbaaeor over indnl erne. Kaeh hoxcoowin one Tnoota treatment. vl a box, or six boxes for $&. sent by mail prepaid on receipt oi price. VI OTJARAKTEB BELC BOXES To care any cane. With each order received b; ns for six boxes, accompanied wito n, wewn end the pnrrharvr onr written guarantee to re- rona ue money it tne treatment ooee not urn core, (toanuttees mm only ny Msrsnaii a Pioher, Harper bouse drug store, so.e agents, Rock Island 111. THS GREAT ROCK ISLAND ROUTE. (Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific and Chicago, Kansas A Nebraalut By.) Its main tinea, branches and extensions wt, northweet and sonthweert include Cliicairo, Joliet, Ottawa, Peoria, La Salln, Moline, Bock Island In ILLINOIS Davenport, MURCHtin, Ottumwa, Okaloosa, West Liberty, Iowa Citv, Dee Moin(, Knoxville. Wintrset, Atlantic, Audubon, Harlan, Guthrie Centre, and Council Bluffs tn IOWA Minneapolis and St Paul in M1KNB SOTA Watertown and Sioux FeJle in DAKOTA Gallatin, Trenton, Cameron, St. Joseph, and Kansas City in MISSOURI Bearric, Falrburv, and Nelson tn NEBRASKA-Horton, Topeka, Hutcbinran, Wichita, Belleville, Norton. Abilene, Caldwell, in KANSAS-Colorado Spring, Denver, Pueblo, in COIX RADO. Travrs new and vast area of rich farming and frracinjr lards, affording the bst facilities of intercommunication to older States and to all towns and cities in Southern Nebraska, Kansas, Colorado, Utah. New Mexico, Indian Territory, Texas, Arizona. Idaho, California, and Pad Ho coast and trans-oceanic Seaport. SOLID FAST VESTIBULE EXPRESS TRAINS Of Palace Coaches- leading all competitors In splendor of equipment and luxury of accommodations run throutrh daily bt-tween Chicago and Colo rado Sprinee, Denver and Pueblo. Similar MAGNIFICENT vESTIBULB iKAin or.it iCj between Chicaeo i KecnniniT unair cars rttrjai, ana raiace ttieepin? cars, uaiirorma Excur- nir-iriA iinitv- Phnlfft nf rrnta tt n.nri tWim RaIt Ijibn CHtv Pr.rtlanH Ta Anfreles, San Diefro, San Francisco, and intervening localities. Quick time, ' prompt connections and transfers In Union Depots. THE FAMOUS ALBERT LEA ROUTE Runs superblv emtipped Express Trains daily each way between Ch!cairo Rock Island, Atchison, St. Joseph, Leavenworth, Kansas City and Minne apolis and St. Paul. The Favorite Tourist Line to the scenic resorts, and huntintr and fleshing- frrounds of the Northwest. Its Watertown Branch courses through the most productive lands of Northern Iowa, Southwestern Minnesota, and Eat Southern Dakota. THE 8HORT LINE VIA 8ENECA AND KANKAKEE ofters facilities to travel between Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Lafnvette, and Council Bluffs, St. Joseph, Atchison, Leavenworth, Kansas City, MinneapoUa, and St. Paul. For Ticket, Maps, Folders, or desired information, apply to any Coupon Ticket Office in the United States or Canada, or address E. ST. JOHN, E. A. HOLBROOK. General Kanayer. CHICAGO. II. 1. Oen'l Ticket 4 Past. AgeaL THE KOLIRE SAVINGS BAXK (Charted by tbe Legislature of Illinois.) MOLINE. - ILLS. Opes daily from t A M. tn t P. If .. aad onTaM- oay ana aaiaraar aveniaa, rrom u 8 o'clock. Interest allowed on Des posits at tbe rate o( 8 per Cent, per Annum. would last longer; that i might take it on ten Deposits received in amonnts of days' trial; that U laid not like It I need not I tt j n...j. pay anything, etc But he could not prevail cm me to change. I told him I knew what Hood's Sarsaparilla was. I bad taken It, was satisfied with it, and did not want any other. $1 and Upwards. 8KCCRITT AND ADVANTAGES. Tac Drivale nroDertv or th. Trastw. is rcnoa- I rfble to th. depositors. Th. otBcer arc pmhibl- It is neither wis. nor healthy to seek for autumn leaves in tbe vicinity ot an anacon da's neat. Harper's Ha rax. The vine growers of the Argentine repub lic nave engaged ittthe production ot raisins. The entire front of one of the banks at Riverside, Oal, is constructed of onyx. Ahsarniy Itnmd To allow prejudice or ignorance to get the better of good judgement. Ithas been conclusively proven that constipation, bad breath, dyspepsia, kidney affections. and all diseases of tne livar, stomach and bowels have bean cured by simply taking aimmons Liver Regulator. It is barm. less, not unpleasant, and easily procured, so there is do reason to be ignorant of this remedy we especially commend to jour notice for trial. All the scientists Mill assert that it would lake a cannon ball only eight days to reach the moon. Hood's When I be pin taking Hood's Sarsaparilla I was feeling real miserable, suffering a great deal with dyspepsia, and to weak that at timet I eocld hardly stand. I looked. and had for some tine, like a person tn eon svmption. Hood's BarsaparUla did see so much good that I wonder at myself sometimet, and my friends frequently Bpcak of it." ltKS. Eiu A. Ooff, a Terrace Street, Boston. I ted from borrtrwlac any of ite moo. Minora I aod married women protected by epecial law. Oinfn B. W. WHiaoonL freidei)t; Joan Good, Vice Preeldent;C. P. Hem1!t.t. ahier. Ttcimi:-S. W. Wbeetock. Porter !kiOQer. C. w. Lobdell. Nelson Chester. H. w. (aodee. c. T tiraata, A. S. wrurtit. J. F. Hemoeir, 4 ohm rwrrte on'y cluutered Barion Bantt m Keet iciaaa conntT- LOTOS FAGE POWDER Sarsaparilla LadleS MdarraiidroicKlBta. fl ; atx for ffS. Prepared oaly try C.I. HOOD a CO AjwCbecaxtea. LowcO, 100 Doses One Dollar The average lengto ot life it on the in crease. The science of medicine baa made great piutness; manr disease are now controlled that were formerly thought in curable The greatest discovery is Dr, Biselowa Cure, which cures consump tion in stages thst other remedies are of no benefit Conghs, colds, croup, whoop ing cuugn, uruacuiuB, SHU aui UUVb UU I lung diseases speedily and safely. Price SO cents and 1, oi druggists. HANCERT NOTICE. ftTATB OF TLLINOIrt, Hock Ilax b Ooumtt. ) la the Circott Coart, Jaaoary Term, 1ft. Lain B. MetaU va. David EL, McCaU-Ja Ckua- CTV. Affidavit of Tjon refideno of David H. STeOall. the above defendant, baring been Sled a the clerk omee of tbe circuit conn of Mil eoanty, notice la therefore hereby slvea to tbe aaid noav rendent dr-fendant taat toe complainant tied aer bill of complaint in said court, on tbechaorrv aide thereof, on tbe Twenty-eevetity day of No-j vemoer, ltm, ana idm (.nerevnoa a siraiiBOBe leaoea oat or aata conn, woerein aain eau is now l pewiitif. retarnabra ea tbe flrat Monday la the I m onto or wanaarr uen. a it or ww reomred. wow, nnieee yoo.ue saia non-reHieiii oerea-I valiim ttietT rv'topVexioTi flumVl aetntn- a SAMPLE Kaja ICHAIIS of the lau-n iaitKiried aid niiautiDirya. acknowl eajmaaa tne d?h FACE POWDER ttnanntM! tn K. iwffprtl, binuiM. hnp.rrwll PrlM. SOe Md fiu sr Boa. A.k nmr oruKS'.rt lor tt or wrtu tor pofftd ausp;. box u J. F. LLOYD CO.. Sole ImMrters. rya o CO CO f. -3 xn CP but etock of- --School Shoes- JUST RECEIVED AT CAUSE & COS. 1622 Second Avenue. c3 r-J CD - 01 0 3 o o ed CO O .Vf: I -TSa lr JOHN H. HSTS02sT, (Formeriy ot Coal Valley,) V. Dealer in Choice Wines, Lipis ii . No. 1717 Second Avenue, Bock Ialaa4. LOTOS FACE POWDER Fob Sale bt ni FoLLowma Dbcssiots Marshall & Fisher, Harti & Bahnsen, and Frank Kadler. asnt stMm aais. sball perMMaliv be and appear before said circuit coart, on the ftm day of th. DRUNKENNESS Or lb" Laor Habit. Faaltivelr Cared my aamNitfriafl ur. ttaiaea It ran be given tn a cup of eoffre or tea wlthont aarr next, and olead. entwer or demur to the aaid !nw,r T A" J thin 11 :."olul:T eoa.nlainanta btU of cnsnalafait. the anaaa and th. .T'"J .e? ' , .r ... . r ... . . . i cure, wurvuw next term thereof, to be holden at Rock. Lai aod in aad for eald eoanty, on the Aral Moailay in Jan- natten and tbe matters and thuun therein charr ed and stated will be taken as confeaaed, aad a 1 cecree eswrea asainet yoa aoooraiug to tae araj. rOI M1U sstll. Bock Island, QJc Sovember tT, a. P. tm. K. H BOWMAN. Jr Clerk of said Clrciut Coart a. w. nuarr. iompt s hol 1 apeed: -inker o cure, vberttaer the Decent is a nrxlprat drin: aealcobnlicwrerk. Tbonsanda of drunkards have been siade teniiierate men tvho kavaWiiakvii (iolden Specific tn tbHr rorjpe aitbout their knowledge ana to-aar ociifve tnoy quit ortajtmu or tneir own freewill. IT NF.VKR FAILS. Tbe syatem once (mpreanated aith the pfKJiflc. It becomes aa attar tmmaxihiHtv fnr the Mo r hit tnnsMll tn For sale by T. H. THiMaB. and MABliHATls FiSU AJt, DTiU. Uock iaiaad,Uia, J. T. DIXON, MERCHANT TAILOR, And Dealer in Mens Fine Woolens. 1706 Second Avenue OLSEN fe PETERSOIST, And Dialers in Flour, Feed, Baled Hay and Straw, Crockery Glassware, Cutlery, Etc. SarSteanuhip Agencv and temUtasea to any part ot Europa, MlaBd603Hlnlk8uot,EocklilAna.TJl,, It