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TH E AUG VS.
riiu AHo us.
Fablihed D-.il)- end Weekly 1 Seaon
ATnne, Rork Island, I...
J 'W. Potter,
Ttt Viily .0e per month; Weekly .."
pr annum; In aeWauca f 1 .fco.
All eommniiicnt oes of a critic si or arrnnent
tfve chi.r.icicr, political or rvlieiOHS, must ha
real name at achtet for publ cation, sio sac
aTtlele ill be prime I over ticti-i-us signature
AEoym.ms C"innninic'l"iit not noticed.
Co. resiwindt-nre enueited fro .. eTery twnhi
in Itofk Island coauty .
Moxdat. November 23
The rcpubiu; its pirty nt-vtr ntc.itd the
guiding ham! of Bl uno so tadiy as it
does now, and will for the u'x few yearf.
lie has made the rmrtv till thnt it his
been s-nce tl.e war, liis hust'i;r.cii and
chrni.ni d it, iii.i tiers witlji.t us
ratks have rep il ilie rpw-rels.
Congressman S. T. Busey, who whs
defeated by blaiant Ji.ie Cannon ia tte
D-nvii!e tV.Mtic', is candidate for com
missioner of pension-. lie has a bril
liant atn.y n cori nr..-! is a very a le man.
He lias tLe fuppr ri of Gen. Black, Coa-grei-snjin
S;rit.t;ir, and oilier statesmen.
A Galesbuiio man h-is made Lis w ill,
in which he provides for tl.e d'.sporal cf
his body aftt-r dii&'h. It is to be cre
mated and the asltts scat ere. 1 about tl e
roots of a Marcel". ul Neil rose hush, th t
a sweet l'rsgrance nvy remind those o
come after oi his huTins; been iatie
world, lie ev:d r.ilv mM to tviify
resurrection rosf from the df.d.
The la'.est returns frcm the California
election are to the ifl.ct that the demo
crats will control the legislature and :!ec!
a senator to succeed Felton. The figures
given are: Dcmvcrata State senators,
IS; assi thbljrneri, 43. Republicans
State senators, 22; assemblymen, S5.
People's part Ask rnb'jme n. 2. Tbe
ptopie's party assembly candidates
elected were indir-id by the dtKo
crats and w;!i withou, doubt voti
with 'he democrats. Stephen A
White, f Los Angeles, seems to be tht
strongest can.iidite for the Unite. 1 Sii-es
QuixCY Herald: The serious illn s
of James G. B'.ai&e will cause morj ant
ious aa'icipitions amon-j the most tin
merous body of admiring petsinal an
political friends thn have followed an.
republican in recent times. The rj"ait
of Mr. Blaine is truly prec irious, an.
there would be little surprise if his lit
s'aoul l sron lerrnin-ite. His public c-
reer ended when he. suddenly retirei
from ihe U-irriaon cabinet, to be over
whelmed by the army of office ho'
marshalled by the president in the Minne
Chicago II to: Norihern republicnns
have in times past had much to say about
the "suppressed billot" in the south,
claiming that it was only the republican
o'.e wuich was suppressed. It appears
however, that when this "suppressed'
yote comes out it does not help the re
publicans. Tne vote of Georgia this year
is 223.000 against 142,000 in 1833, an in
crease of 81,003 in four years The
democratic vote is 130 OiK). a gain of 30.
003 ove-the figures . f 1833- The re
pub'ioan vote is 43,003, a gain of onlv
8 O'.iO Tne b-ilnnce of the increase is
represented by the populist vo'.e of 43,
000. Tl.e democratic plu ali'y this ye-ir
is 81 000, an incraase of 21.000 over four
To Drill tt Child Whose Shoulders Stoop.
Stand, feet together, weight over the
center of each foot, hands at side. liaise
arms hide-wise to level with shoulders, tak
ing a deep breath nt the same time; lower
arms slowly, exhaling.
Raise arms sidewise over head, inhaling;
lower arms, exhaling. See that neit her the
bead nor the abdomen be pushed forward.
Bend arms at elbows, hands in front of
shoulders, brought as faraidewi.se as possi
ble, elbows close to eide, extend upward,
palms in, arms carried back and stretching
up as far as possible. Avoid tendency men
tioned in second exercise.
Extend hands straight out at side, fingers
Extend hands downward and back of the
Bend arms at elbows, lift sidewise to hor
izontal, elbow drawn well backward, palms
down, forearm and hand on a straight line;
fling forearms out and back till on a line
with upper arm. Keep chest well expanded.
This throws the chest out, presses the
shoulder blades down and corrects the tend
ency to round shoulders.
These exercises educate, strengthen and
develop the muscles designed by nature to
hold the body in r.ti ereet position. Kcie;it
each exercise si ver..l tines. KscUHtie.
Objecti oiiuble I'hrHM-it.
"Lady friend'' and ""-eiitlenian friend"
are phrases than which there are few
more grating and few more strictly ta-
booed by well spoken people. If you want
to express the facts it must lie done iuep
arate phrases, as "I have a friend, a "ft-u-tleman,"
or "a friend of mine, a lady;" of
course, unless you feel that it is necessary
to state that your friend is a lady or gen
tleman, you can use "man" or "woman."
In fact it has become the practice to use
these titles in preference to the former al
most entirely. The most perfect lady does
not object to being called a woman she
glories in it rather. As for the men well
they are just called men. How ridiculous
it would be if they insisted on being called
gentlemen whenever one spoke of them!
It would be like Thackeray's valet in
"Pendenuis," who was a "gentleman's
gentleman." Philadelphia Times.
CNE CAUSE OF COLOR ELINDMESS.
The 1 -.., !-,-,. I m or ; !;:
sjioiisi -tie in .-..ie
The p.-;r:iiMi:etit::ry c.:;iii
in titv-t ;!::...;;! to -x t:;iir.
Coli.r bi;:i --. p;;v: i: i
to ninriiH- a- I r:!t'-. s
ivacle an w -.
They iliii th.it ;;i tl.e i.
nearly 4 r i et;t . :m- i I
wholly ili ,i. : :.i in ; ., .,1
ifuish il;:: :y t)..- ,;.
ptvtnti!i. Vise t-,--t i,
l-iire iitiih r : vi:T....
Whose- si 1-!' i i .1. i. I-.-.' , ;
aniee .f aiviV-.it-.- ti .i.-t
Hl'1-rtllS.' 1m l'lill V.Ooi li'-r.-a
rough Mid linnrefteetill .
colors f which are not !
dulled by t Ik- liiit in which
that substance was s,-;.-cit il
eyes. l"io;:i a mi iceiiancoii
of various c, ilors lie pcrs. n
a test was lvijiiirc-i to sc;c
matclies f- :- eertalu test
found thai blli-.,!.,.-ss to re;
comtaoti form ..' ih-'icicic
green was the n. xi in f.-c
experiment lias proved t!::i;
are the two colors i'oand t
trustworthy for si-;u,-.!iu y.
count of tiieir superior 1
their vl-il)i;;ty at consider,
the fact that these are t
which color blind persons a
mistake is a m.oter of t!
The com". I;:ee found t'a-i
responsible positions i:i !
railway srr.liv, where a 'Ci
mining tvlor is essential ,)
eu-ncy. eou not lie trn-ti
signals ci rr.-,-; !v. This con.
possili'.y furnishes t heexoi::
disasters on sea and land w
erto lieen deemed mysicri.
tainly indicates the jie--ssi;
test of the eyes of engineers
men and others who are
the movement of I rains and
As to tin- cause-of io.'o:
committee report that in t!
ber of inst.-.rti-es it procei i!s ;
defects that e inai.t be r.-i:a
frequent ly tie res:; ; , , .
tobacco. Ti. is is a in it v
in on the ,,:! t i i,.. ,,
aware of tlair inahiiity
colors. As every day in t he
of l.ves ami iniilii-ns of ii.
property an1 dependent l'o
tlon ti;e aci-urate l-e.-ulie-
sons employed upi :i st.-an
locomotives, th.c ktiou ieil-e
volved shouhl h ad to thor.
tion and the v.-etding our. .J
this partleuler t.) have def
- I'hnadei-iila I: -cord.
Ceo I'litiiid Xlv
t'a.se. i; ; n :-..; u r o 1
' ti.e subject i f
' Iti ii - rel.it ton
: -i.i 1 i i.if. have
: . -: la-,' l-ejiol t.
e- pavti.i'iy or
: n v to nisi iu-
colo'.s of the
a.ie w it :i grc.t
.1 led a L'lIJir-
voi-: !, hn i-
tits to I lie eye
; suibice, t he
it is liisalayed,
for ti'-i itii: t he
heart of skeins
oloi-s. 7r as 1
i was the most.
'; l.iiniiui-ss to
red an. I u'tvn
) l.e t ite most,
irposes. on aa-ni-.inosity
lie two cohiis
e r.n-t apt to
e lit st inipor-
t Le persons in
ic marine and
racy in th ter
s.iiety and !!
1 t j read ti:e
I it i..u of t iiiin.-s
.at ion i d many
lieli have hit !.-'
us. and it ci r
for a tiior: aurh
. pilots, si .;,:.!
nt rusted wit-.
of watei- era.'.,
i 'in-i:,.---. t
e cte .-i f t.,,; ..
lien :i (
When a uirl fe
cciniing i n si e w
cold and era. 1 v.
Sue let (io' n ll
ii! Has tbe Itlncs.
Is an attack of the bhn s
tiidraws hersi !f from t ;
orid and locks her door,
r hair and puts on her
i . v : . i . ....
t i le'Usau,' ;
lar-' v. o.-: a e;
safe k-e:,:;: -f
colors by per
ers. ships a:nl
of the risk in
utrii i xaniina
t hose found in
In. in. i:c-l I'.nvns. Slie puils down tl.e
blii'-'s aad io.-.Im-s it nice ami ploomy ami
buries hcr-flf iu the depths of a Mg "chair
with a lare haudkeivhief to hold tl.e
around witu her cm ck .Train -t
Itoariiiay; in Noi or!..
Boc.rdiu.jf hi, as form the iiotm- of m.in-.-single
men and women and small faaiil.ei
in New York. !!i s can lie had in so.ue
of the best locations in t he eit y for ail tie
way from &:..') t.) f 10 and fl "i a week. The
fnt. named price is the minimum for .-.
haliroom in desirable loe. tjons. Ti.ou
sands of young and iniddh aged men an i
women are rooming in one hi use mid taking
their meals in another. T.ib e board can be
found w it hour going hut a few doors or a
block away for from .", to f 7 a week, ltooui
and board in a good boarding house, wit'.i
the music of a piano throw a in. cost from
t' to $10 and fla a week, in some local ions
as high ils SO) for a single in in. But in a
majority of the better grade of boarding
houses from fS to j ij is a I lir average. I
know men vrith wives w ho pay only iT for
one room and board for two.
Married men without business of their
own, but who earn from ,'"1 10 so h wei k
and there is a vast numb, r of this class in
New York live in hoarding houses. J!ot( 1
living is more expensive than the best
boarding house life. A sini. !e man cannot
live in a second class hotel even far les,
than jl5a week, and a mar: h-d ma.-i with
out children will have to par for one room
and board tCi to JKn) a wetk. At such
hotels as the Fifth Avenut and Windsor
$11), and even more, would have to bo paid
for similar ai mmodations. Prices va: y
according to 1 1... size and hx ition of apart
ments. Sydn. y I),:i;i in B -'.ford's Maga
Ilie back ol the chair and cries a little ; l.d
thinks how awfully mean Jack was last
night. lie needn't have gone otT in such a
hull', and he might have known she didn't
liuan what she said. He ought to know
that girls don't mean things when they
say 'cm, and he might have oine over this
afternoon and let her explain.
Presently she gets up and looks in the
class to see how awfully melancholy she
dots look. Then she curls up and crits
some more, gating deeper and deeper into
the slough of despond. Her nose begins to
L-et red. aud she has just re-ached ad. light
l ully miserable state when-
".My goodness, that's Jack's voice dawn
in t he haiii"
Then she (lies up ia a hurry, dabbles her
eyes in c.Mtl water and does her hair 110 in
a ravishing curly little knot behind. She
hangs that horrid, homely gown on the
farthest honk in the darkest corner of Un
close!, and dons that dear little pink t-.-a
gown that Jack admires so.
When she slips into the room w here Jack
is sitting, staring gloomily out of the win
dow and wondering why in thunder she
doesn't hurry, he turns and sees her, all
rosy and smiling and teary.andwh.it can
lie do but, ki.ss her? Chicago Inter Oeiaii.
The IVfHlnrity of tli
The canoe is growing to
what the lm-yde is on land,
paratively inexpensive when
horse or team or that of .
sidered. F.aeh also gives t hi
means of transportation to sj
tiff the beaten road of tra
moves along wit h a grace an
ways foil n 1 in t he larger and
five vehicles of transport,-;! i
is not j ( t iti such eonum
bicycle, but it is steadily grt
lar favor as the public disco'
by 110 means the unsafe era
appearance ir seems to be.
ready in qv.iie. common 1
around the larger cities am
ent summer resorts where
amount of navigable water.
It is met in the gloom of t
or along the sandy shore c
able watering places. Darin;
down the banks of European
polished seats, and one of the
iug bits of description of fori
recently come from the pen
two canoeists who journeyed I
forest tothe Black sea in a t
be on water
Kach is com
the cost of a
1 yacht is con
owner an easy
Kit s somewhat.
el, and each
I speed not ai
more cxp ti
ll. The canoe
'tl -r.se as the
w ing to p.. .. ti
ers 1 hat. i r is
t t hot on lir-t
Still ii. is 1
at the liioei-
there is an-,-!
ic forest lake
f the fashion
; tourists glide
rivers on its
ign travel has
and pencil of
rom the 1 Mack
Getting Evru with L117.V Men.
The antipodean young m: n seems to be
quite up to date in the matu r of indolence
at dancing affairs, but the young Austra
lian girls are just now trim iphing in the
possession of an ally in no les a personage
than I.ady Hopctown, w ho invites to tin
social functions of (Joveriit lent house sit
many less ladies than men ! at the former
are ia great demand, and aii e to enjoy the
feminine privilege (,f discrimination to
their heart's content. Jt i. a bo qui-tlv
under-tood that, the eyes of the distin
guished ho less are upon til - dancers, and
that t he young man remiss in his duties
will be very apt, to lie missel at the next
gathering. Mew York Sun.
One of OToiint-ir!.
Some ext reuiely amusing 1
been mad by even the 1:1
speakers in tiieirdesire to cai
euee with them. O'Connci
election speech i-i (toncilai
his followers that if itieasun
Ire-land were brought into
would go over l.o Kngland an
floor of t he house of 1 cannon?
to them," !.nd when he c
would say, "Are you for n
I-ondi-n Standard. '
ry t heir audi-
1 once, in 1111
on hall, told
iai li.imeiil he
1 "die on the
.me hack he
Jo'osou I have a claim agi in-t the gov
ernment. What lawyer wot; id you advi.se
me to retain?
Friend It doesn't matter whom ytu se
lect, only so he's young. New York
If we are to fight for an extension of our
privih ges we shall be obliged to conduct
it along less rigid and natural lines, such,
for instance, as the matter of r.a.iirs. We
might compromise by agreeing that the
generation before us shall indict upon us
such titles as please it; that we shall bear
these for a term of live or ten years, as
shall seem best upon due consideration,
and that thereafter we shall take to our
selves an agreeable name as freely as we
are now pt minted to take a wife. Our
names are given to us for better, for worse,
for richer, for poorer, and it is quite
possible that they will have a serious cfXcct
upon our fortunes. Under the new ar
rangement tialusha Klisha. with the
burden of dead generations up .: him,
might blossom out at the appointed time
as Reginald or Kaymond.
Parental way, so far as names are con
cerned, wouid be over, and he would have
no cause to hide t wo or three disagreeable
syllables In hind an initial. Bike charity,
the initials coer a multitude of impropri
eties. But more seriously, t ids quest ion of
names is by im menus an idle one. On the
one hand there might be a d deal less of
reverence and resj cct for relatives and con
nections manife ,n i in the matter of nam
ing children, and on the other hand, the
sent imetit.-il parent, who goes to the ro
liiar.t ic extreme instead of to ; lie ancestral,
so to. -peak, needs to be cm bed. Providence
Asking a (ireat Ileal.
A French gentleman of rank, who was
both courteous and intelligent, but had his
fits of absent iniudi ilness, visited Home,
and w ished to see ail the interesting fea
tures of the city.
The pope nssisted him in many ways.
He did ail that hecould to make the stay of
the Frenchman pleasant. When the pope
thought his visitor had seen all the beauty
and grandeur of the city, he asked if there
was anything else he could do for bis grat
ification. "It has been most interesting. I thank
you, holy father," he replied. Then lie
added, meditatively, "There is one thing
more I should like to see, and that is the
ceremonies which are observed when, the
papal throne is vacant."
The iKtpe laughed, ami recalled him to a
realization of tlie situation by saying, "I
shall lie so unaccommodating as to keep
you waiting for that as long as possible.
The Gate of L-oiuloii Town.
The city is, I believe, conterminous with
the original city of Bomlon with ils walls
and gates. Of the latter there are remin
iscences in si veral street, which bear the
names of Bishopsgate, Cripplegate, Bud
gate, etc., while at the point where the
Strand and Fleet street glide imperceptibly
into each other the side of old Temple Bar,
which was the last of the gates left .stand
ing. Ik ing removed as late as lsrs, is now
marked by a monument surmounted by a
bronze representation of the city griffin.
Cor. New York 'lriHune.
Staid Out Too Late.
Bingo I've got to go to a club dinner to
night, my dear.
-Mrs. Bingo But you are not going to
put on your dress suit, are you?
Biugo Certainly I am! Why not?
Mrs. Bingo Just think how it will look,
dear, to be walking along the street tomor
row morning in broad daylight with a
dress suit on. Clothier and Furnisher.
A man who attempts to rend everything
is mueli like a nipii who dines at every
restaurant becomes to he- swailowsinuefi,
good, had and itniiifereni, and digests
nothing. A man who really desires to
profit by his reading should never n ad for
pastime; should never touch a book that is
not worth a second or even a third ivad- !
ing. He sho.il l never pa-.s a chapter with
out understanding tvety ibi" of it. In
other Words, he should read only t he 1 1 y I
best am 1:01. s and digest everything he !
reads. Any other kind of reading is ; s
profitless as ( i '-.-u's discourse was to the j
noii-'ireek -pt al.ing (isea. " j
Time was when it was necessary for the !
student to spend much of his life acquiring j
Latin, (Jreck and French, because tie I
learning of the world was locked up in
those languages. Such preparation for
study is no longer i-ecc-sary. Nearly ev. rv
book that, is of particular importance has
lieeti translated into Ungiiii, an,i while a
few miy hate sulTer.-d thereby, unij ii -tionab'y
0! h.-.-s have been improved, l.- l
pedants pvoie-t. as loudly as th.-y may tie
"Iliad" of t lie Creek text is inb 1 h,r to t he
free transial ion of 1'ope. Hut evenwei e
all tiaiishit ions worse than w.uthlt -s we
now have an Ktigiish liurattue and an
Knglish learnlti;: inferior to none. ;"': nt
or modern, I hat the world t -i. a.
A t-i ntury hence, w hen distance has lent
enchantment to the view, Milton will be
universally recognized as limner's supe
rior: Burke and Pitt will supplant Demos
fl -f.es a-.d Cicero as the ideal orators;
I' . :; will succeed Plato, and t he pract ic.d
'. "u of our Ihirv.ins be more highly
'. .';..! than t he i tniii y rhodoniontade of
the a. ..!. -my. Our Shakespeare already
s . r.ls in pui lie esteem head and shor.i-tici-s
above all foreign dramatists, from
-Ilsi h bis to t he writer of t he last 1'reiili
farei-. We import our learning now- only
11s a matter of luxury, not of neec-spv.
Interview in Si. Bonis (ilobe-Deniocrat.
All :km HEW
Sa-cet?s'.vLi v ''- ved ' . cr the
I a fci-t See : ;t c I'; :.. :t let-.
lfir.ip' r e t .' - V.' yr -'r.ta-tu
.- C-.'l'-ti 'lt . r :.a:r li.t' .t i
ttim -c-v:.- I re.- ,:. . ' 1 -f:de-:nnl
At I'arpcr Houp. V. in ay,
?Wni '' '
DU WALL, it
Patronize Home Industry and Protect the Lp.bt : , t
- u Tick's spool mn ,
H Ii d vesff (O ( , . r e ce in t'.i -t I t-pi-
t -I it, ihe coin. t v .-e n isner rt . o ... ..v.-r.-d'of
till- l;i-s -Ol.-g- - -Ii t e 1 i.-.t s ! Mi; h .
ja t rttu-i'etl I-..I-I u t ai ..ft lie mg...t h sn t 1
in Ilnri-l i , tt in :i lie i it It en -1 m nr.: t'-e a st
ai.il llln-l 11 it1 t V- il '. etl o s ( t - ... 1 , j!;,. ,1 s
eioc of lit li l.e in la - ;i wp, ( lit.
lie tn- Im'. ; i .. s .-: .....ri i. p-'. r til hi-
Etlep ll f rut. mi' is . I. i' ; : lii-ticntj
a- tit Ic f elite 'u-.ei.e li t,.:, m i,n vit-in-lly,
ir Hie in i :h . . ...n . i;. i- . i . i.omeiir-
:t!:e til .;.M-, i li! I ,,, . i, li , .;ive
bet n titi n u;i ii t iir-1-e " y 1 !! ;eo .. i-u s.
Aci-li m. i-r t i- .:! i :).' , '.! i ' ar't oen,
piihil'il. te- -liji; -e- e.t ! ci r .- .. . neitien
o: ti.ewt.itli. i !'..i i.t on of I , t.'a-'tl r ilult lis,
(It-pi l 1.1. e li , 1 iiei, kili,. t. li ii arv ami
biiiililer ii-i n-le-. I i- !r's ci-ea-.- :;t-c wer s,
crtsikt il 1 in, t mi t eii'a- eii jii,i.-. eii,it -o f.vt hi't
se In.g. l,t iM.ii. r.. -s in uetn r i . c'e,;;w till o
tei.ct. 1 -lie rtl.. .1. i i in-..- , h I.,--, 'cane. r.
limp-; . LT tVe! .j'.-et. e in r: Im.-a. le ,!r, ., eti'. It. ai t
I'-sius', h-st.rit. Villi- tl.-i-..-i p r.t;ts,
itlelilll.'tif-III tisl Il:rt, feil.i.1.- tti a . ii. .-. i c
All Mifii'i-al i. e-..t:o s n r. , if. ..
Fniiei sv or i i --,t -.i;ve. ; nre.i j
J lle-.cil-.ii-i h. If piin," i-' i'. or c.ui-t e. I
B (-mi ii' il k ; ..isi . i art-i. li ... n. v, el nr,ti
never fai.ii :r it ineeie. j
Evis m-s i yt s i r.-.' in i i'c mifi i'i t itli.iut
pit ; ii. V. nit. w i.l- n t e.-. .hop. an.- li,l--, gruiar-1
alett li-'s. Mire i v. ti el' me. f.rnt, will hairs, cut -
r i.rt. fai-t inn ;V, - i-, mum . turning hi ami j
on' ofli.it. I
Kar No--- nr 1 . ti.fcv m, u'e-ei a: iein, di 3- :
chari:e-, pi It if.s t j
'osk N sul en. r.ii.po'e n-of ihe liite. ii'-is-1
tio tii ru inn-, no- lir. Wn.nrs c;;ti 'ilistili.ti-'y .
and t-i ruiam i tiv care hiv rhse of ca arrh that j
eerexi!eil I'c hie cstb ttcl i v s I e i.-m liittv
a irr; .-iter rc. eni of ;cs f 1 1 lairii i i.r. tl iliiu all
oilier pliysit-iiii s-o, t'.t stale
uinll Oinierj.. ca , rers. w.rts in 1 s etc.ie
mtived it It-ti t aents, kni'e. a n u : si.tr. Xt
mettled, r lecirnl s:s.
I.aiiies-TI al -tir.i:" ,-,;. c.n.; al I the fenial-w.-nkiu-ss'
s are i rom. i't-nm.!. lli-. -t ng, tie.-.tl-ncl'es.
nerv(iu pio-tratn-n. uen.- al ' ( Iai tv,
U-epU-! . d.-pressi n inilige-fen. ovaran
trnnb e. hiHaninciiioti ..ml nits- u i.m falling i.nd
dlsiilatt-rient". s; inul wt-akntts ki.h cv cum
1 laillls. auj t liai.ge (if iif -.
Ohoasal Wi:aksi.:s In niei'.I itely enrt-d anil
foil vige.r ri-tiieed. 1 ins di-ir- ss iai afniction.
hic . rt iid( is life a bi.r..eo and iii.-rriagi ini os
ib!c, is the jh iia jj, paid I j- the vie ten ol inu'ro
J er indn eent'e. The mo-t rlniste must ftckiicw-tu-e
- Kit ll-etvis-m-K are the tre it mai'm-t by
wMch the wl.oe orM i- minic ei. lit stro'y
iliem and what li ve cv Man ip im liiiarer in i r-
steu in ihe t, post e tt i; In. int( rt-.ia nvre of that
lilissf ul rejitt-e rt f irli now artl.-lrl- al"i il.leitsfs
the wlielc v. rhl citus no iorger: n an c ease- to
be what i.od made liiui : ti c wi r d is no Ion cr in
fere-Ftinc to h m, ard u m-ir-i mi l ci npji intmi nt
are tils cons am romt'anioi s. orsn't lr Waller
at once, ard you will find the fwmpaihy ai d rt -lief
dial ton ( o-itivel) nq' ire to In- haipy.
lie . ember tle .ale. ami come e-iirlv." a? h
rooms ate always rrowtlt-d win reer hegne.
It is Six Cord Soft "irlsh. till c ensnre. arjj in eipi-illy well a lapted for !a a
Sewing. I'cr sale bv
a d.-y Goodi Houge. frei.erally.
MERRICK THREAD CC.205 Filth Avenue
0 . 5. ZiLSSL
THE WEBL KNOWS-
t?4s State St., t IrlcisM.
and Leader in Styles and workmanship, bae r-c-ive'.
IaLL STOCK of Suitii gsj and Ovtrcoatinp-s-.
Ca and leaVe your order.
Star Block Oppositk Harper Hofsk.
Cstarrh iind kind -e ' (lis -i stieatod at the nni
f nu rate of 5 a in. nth. rn-tlicin s fiee. Ker all
otl er disc si c ilie in t- ill I e U n i.i.d uniform,
a'dm propnrtii li to the actual tint (f the medi
cines n quired.
-Alijia ient nppltiiig It r t.-e tme-'t at the Sett
Ved cat lllstitiile lx ure Nov, '.11. will b" 1tc.lt
el ctil ci RM) at i),e nciforru ra'e of ?5 per
month. Ili-nicinbir thu late ou'v holds tiood uu
cl Nov 20. lst'i.
Itead wl at Mic A'elerson tajs:
A hdy cf Moline. Illit oif, wo vititcd a Dave-u-p
rt lnet mtion
An Interview with Her Ih-jrarding He
Treatment There A Hearty and En
Misg'Anni Anderaon.of Holirc, III., rame to
Davei port fonie two months atio and opplied to
the Scott Medical Institute fetr treatment. 8he
raid that be had n.fftred frcm ( hronic Cutarrb
for some eight years.
A re orter bo interviewed !;m Anderton a
few daj-n apo wa reciived cordially and given a
pleasant h.terviiw, the aubstance of tbice ie as
"Catarrh almost wrecked my wboloiiystcin. Un
til ately I have b en Hick forilie past six or eiht
veartt and look treatment from a number of phy
siciai ( witboul relief . The d sease lia i Fr.cli
hold on my fystt m that '.t had eatcD a hole through
my ps'ste. niy nofe wo Id cloe up. I had a heavy
dicchaijie of mucous into my trrrnat, violent heRii
acbe, roi riui; uoi'es in my ears, weak ere and
uiy throat a- (tore am! paini d me when I fwal
I' wed. My a oinach tae out of otd.r and food
-I could not clccp at r.iiiht and I hecaire ner
vous. A bom two moiithtt ai:o 1 placed myself un
der i real in nt ai the Scott Medical Institute. To
day I can tuithfully my I am cured of all my
"My earn note and Ihroat are all rife-ht. I am
free from all mj foimer pyoiptoms i eat well
and my food agrees with me. i Bleep vouuiily all
TREATMENT BY MAIL.
To the PtBi.ic: The it sum of mail treatment
pursued by Scott Mtdiral Institute puaraiiteea
tbe fame i ffert ve rt-HUlla to those who desire to
n bniit their ca-es through corre-i omletice as to
those tho come in p.-ison. Tht-ir "question
I lank," if properly filled oui, will diagnose your
cae in a tlicroin-h way, aud as niPdiclnca are
proniptl shipped, those livlnpo.it of the city hare
the same advantage as those who com to the of
fice. Write forthe treatment by mail, medicine free,
and rid yonrself of the meat piinful ai.d asaoyiDS
ditei.se in the catalogue of human ilia,
Scott Medical Institute.
221 Brady St-, Davenport, iowa.
OVKR AMERICAN ZXPRESS CO.
tPKCIALTIE8:-Caiarrhand all disease of
the Jy. t ar. 1 hrrat and Lunirs Nervous die-ease-,
akin diseases, cbronie disease!
Office bur: to lis. nu, X to 4 p. m, 7 to 8
Is now Inc ited in hii new shop.
At 324 Seventeenth f-t
IT I.'sht shoes a specialty.
a im Tfiii m
lcUJ Second Avents.
City 'Bus and Express Line.
Telephone ftock Island or Harper Hotels for 'bus or expi
wagon and you will receive pronrpt attention,
TIMBERLAKE & SPENCER, Propsl
You can save money by tradii-g at the Old ReliiibV
5 AND 1Q CENT STOK
Crockery, Cutlery, Tinware, Glassware and Wood-n-
MRS. C. MITSCH'S, 1314 Third Avs.
Tiw. b . .,
.1 1 ;t ' : , ii i . I I . . : -
tn either !,iT-ai:"t i dv (.t rinii V
use t tid'ar-vi, (.r (imila' w l.h'li . t i -n ii'ai'
k'Ul p C'tiM'MitMU :)! ' ;.l '.
nm and I nai:itv.
For sale in Rock island by Uartz & Babnaen. 3d Ave. nnd SOi!i sir-
Manuractnrer of all kinds of
BOOTS AND SHOES
Bent's Fine Shoes a ipeclalty. IRinslrlnt'done neatly and prompt y.
A share of your patronage respectfully ac.icited
g Ann en's
S t "n. .11 .. h-
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ar..- rV-Je-Lrr.a lUKitinnu iknui d
'. -7" .!MS- ms. Kirrl.ivs..
"""VtUttTliiC BUT AND SOSMKSORI
poie. I r .1 1-.nitl. Hrkssh. ..-.u Krfiy. MI4, lHlk.
.foiS" "" 'K.-rtii ..1 E.-rf-K-,. --oj.-h ,l
AKTB. rett..r1nxtSrm to lir ll.Tli asil tichhI KSTRMlliT.t
C(.rri JVIt , II. . t tt fnrleit ft. nuo lo nrh.
un.. nl kmt l'ih4.M (i. l . Viiniruult.
s-fl.-, t ur-4 Oi ir-. si. rt. St-ti-i pfcBjpsi rofc
V ti! ' B i'M.TT if. " ..ui,s.s. oaf.
Dr. Renlson'a Reliable Remedy. Fairnt'
where among the ladies as safe. rr'"I v
electnal The original enwii,i'w".'e
$1 sect di9ict, sealed; information fr-
Caton Meolcal Co., Boston, Vass.
kwciltc ftr ItXUAL PIBItlT'wi.Vy
Vitality kit.p. arii".,,ii.d
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