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TIID AITGUa, MONPAT, OCTOBER Ca
Zn -why la I SJW Bl - MiJ thai the Dacaeas c York has 5, -knitting comforts woo I Um latest account It ban bn Labile read aiood to Ma bride, com- I Anne Arundel, whes. th. ag, canning tableau. The best -s.- ,.Vf. DTK "" S7Vr Roea in, tb conslnKiica it fcuiiU.Bc; they captor oat U.e workmen utf nay the best wsees; :J, their leas careral compel it or i, shear Kt the be contract. , tiry paint tbeu"wwrtr. Wi Strictly Pure White Lead euittered by tbfOtd Dutch Pro- Z., - oi slow corrosion, ana wan en followis standard brands : -Southern" "Red Seal "Collier" "Shipman" For colors they aac the Natiooal Lead Co-paay' Pare White Lead Tintiac Coiei. Tbrsc ceiors are told in it-.: can, each beiae; sufficient to f -t twenty-eve ramus of Strictly Pert White Lead the desired ahade. -n rnfcef Strwtly rwre White Leaa ,. - National Lead C 'i Tlntine Colors, ere ,, by the most reliable erslcra la faint . -vwhrfe. ; vru arc rn( la paint, it will pty vei (t- . -ra to va (of booh containinc inlotin i t:n that mor aav yoo men a dollar, tl will x.T tM 7a statai cars to so so. NATIONAL LEAD CO., I fn4nt. 'fckafo Branch, hid and fiAmata otoeits T.lb STRASSER'S UCI33 EARD ri urTk. IVKnKT. Ia. 20 MEN 20 :tmi.k-l ( jwrtii. rr-rrtlon. thea tn ft' . r f I ni nw jnsrvH ss4 IJita- j:oit f. ffc's'we: llmr, Kindt Maan , II ,.t' trr n0 Terser Oa':. Iam ii. WINTER. I u 1 irxfali Pealse asd linrtat of Wines and liquors. 1CK sud ISIS Third At louiq nnoTiTn, (Saeeessor to II. IE.M1T.) Merchant -:- Tailor, 119 Eighteenth Street. aff"Fit and Workmanship Guar, xtced the Best. WATUOI1L0N PAMTIC& . MalNtMtiMiM aoa, k.-.' Da Qlar bmH by Mr " " '! f Kav "n in all all briai bj Hi - . . iipaiucirtyltUii.Ki,r. Poty- The stew dirciioo rs iu nuced ia la Howard county, jrrrt Wve EHiratt Otr. the i.;t.i i r - eawi I i'ITI ttebteet aconanta it haa broken nlt urt fewealswi to beooeas epiilniic !,.wn in Ame Arundel, whr the tnelom prow inau tuea, apwea Mn flaV(irx Jntt how a watermeloB abonld Iw rrv.-.l u a wateraeloa party it a knotty iwtt.m. ml it baa canard connMeral.lc ib-lmte and -oni little onrrnl!r rontrnr,.rv wnong the Four Hundred of the m. !i." growing conntiea. 8oeae cimtend that it nhoul.l l ,ni rrcwawW. iRber aay it chouM W rit ongitadinally and eaten without f.rk.r knite. This divmity of l.pinion tna relegate the melna party to the rear of the picnic for the present reaon. as the tuae of the rruit ia limited now to a few weeks, but the latent element in favor of the pastime may break out again next aeason, jnxt as the agne does every year dowa ia Piney woods. Another difficulty in tbewavof eat lag a watermelon artistically is to get clear of the seeds. It U said that on one oecasion a guest at one of the parties fa. elated that it was proper to pick the aeeds out With the right index finger, and U by accident one should get into a gaets mouth it should be swallowed. A debate followed the proposition, in which ore man said be did not propose to make a watmnekm patch of his in ternal makeup by planting seeds in it. The party broke up, and the hostess had a lot of melons and an antipathy to such parties loft on her hands. The outcome of thenewfad it poxsling the people in uppertendom in the cities and villa res and rural districts. From what conld be gathered ha the last few days on the subject, the watermelon party does not promise to be a pro nounced sucrem. One of the great ob jections is thi- uncertainty to what they uay lead. fr if the watermelon partv takes with society it may in tinrra be fol lowed by a sfputsli party, or a yellow pumpkin iorty. r a trreen tomato partv, r a sasMfms root or tea party, or souie othiT tbinjr jtirt a Tratic, ami the Four Unndreil it iiim, wonM ratber content thrmelvra with tlie pink tea and otfcer diversitinn wbireof tliry arc familiar than rush into new ones that might h-a.l to an endless amount of unrest. Dulti more American. A Mow. a Cak On 8ondaT evenins an umnimr inei. dent occurred in the Champs Dysees quarter. A man named Haja, empioved by 1L Marseille, a wild beast tamer, thenght he bad a right to add to his wages by exhibiting his master's bear in the streets. With this object in view 1st installed the bear in an open cab, and taking his seat beside the animal told the coachman to drive to the Champa Hysee. The vehicle reached the Avenae Victor Hugo, followed by a crowd of boys and yoang men, who by their de risrre ahouts attracted the attention of twosergesta deville. They stopped the cab, and after ascertaining the truth one of them got into tbe vehicle and or dered the cabman to drive to the nearest police station. Tbe presence of a stranger beside it ao excited the bear that hy its swaying backward and forward it very aoon upset the vehicle. The merriment caused by the right of the cabman, the Bergen ta de rille and tbe tamer sprawling oo the ground, with the bear almost under the upset cab, can easily be im agined. Paris Cor. London Standard. OM Boasji Before tbe Qaerfk A very pleasing innovation was intro duced in a musical programme rendered before tbe queen at Osborne bouse a night or two since which deserves note. Hme. Kordica and JJr. Plunket Greene were the vocalista, with Sig. Tosti as ac companist on the piano, aau addition to the accustomed repertory there were Siren two ora insneong. arranged try Dr. Vaiiers Htanford, an old Scotch : I liners maniora, an om Bcotca Uieaaing aid Bepailing Done. I our arranged by Miss Lacv Broad- i BrB-Tus tavs No man can afford to Lave a sick "Wife or Daaghier, nor. in sncli times as these, A big Doctor bHL Zoa Fhora caret the eickneea, motm the Mils. r-WWVWVVWWwWWwV BALD HEADS! Vhthtti rah, twitUo? plat at 1 , la vaar tlst cads? tottehy yaajraya 1 bttfalati f? Does: a Mti laryaaiwaal r scalp atch? .SIioolimnRootnair Grower iH.aoti fa-aea ' rw awo m e; iloSJJ I aV tf(rslll I 'ssV aaa TH8 DCXUT1 ROOT MAI3 GSOWCK CO. VI Took.. Y. "A PAIR PACS UAY PROVQ A FOUL DAR CAISJ." CSARRY A PLAIN GIRL IP CI 10 UC3 Mr. The mtrodoction of this last iatoa royal pna;iaaime assy be twaeiJeied due to ho labors of the Bee. 8abine Baring OoaU,tbe wen kaowa novebst, whose collection of Uie wordK and tunes of the half fotg.itten atuiga of the west country deserve all praise. Birmingham Post. Kavoi With Uw IJataiac Mea. A gang of lightning rod sharks made an attempt to rod a farmer's bouse against his will Saturday, but got the worst of the bargain. The farmer is an old soldier, living 10 miles south of this city, named John Snyder. On Thurs day one man called and inquired who tbe owner was. got a drink of water and departed. The next day another called and proied to make tbe farmer a pres ent of 100 feet of rod, charging him 75 cents a foot for 10 feet and charging Um extra for tbe necessary points, insisting that the farmer sign a contract for the balance. This las rf&iscd to do, and the fellow k-ft SatnrSy two more men drove up to his place, threw ont rods and tools and iiroceeded to put up the rods. The farmer objected, but they claimed to have an order to do the work and laughed him to scorn. Snyder got bis gun, and corering tbe man in the wagon, who had drawn a revolver, he ordered him to elear ont or be would let daylight through him. Tbe fellow drove off at a lively rate, leaving his pal at tbe mercy of tho farmer, who served him in like manner,' and now the farmer has 40 feet of lightning rods to sell. Warsaw (Ills.) Cor. St. Umia Republic IrafcoearTot la a Brick. Several weeks ago one of the boys at tending tbe Queen Elisabeth grammar school at Kingston, Logan by name, wrote privately to tho Duke of York and suggested that be should use his influ ence to secure the boys of the royal school an additional weeks holiday at midsummer as an appropriate way of celebrating ha recent auspicious mar riage. The Duke of York appears to have approved of the idea, for a few days ago the governors of the grammar school were surprised to receive a letter Xro .1 Sir Francis lc Winton stating that bis royal highness would be pleased if they would grant tbe asked for holiday. Nothing was known by tho masters or other authorities of the request made by the boy till the letter was received from Sandrinsduim. At a meeting of the gov ernors it was unanimously agreed to ac cede to tbe request. The announcement was received with ringing cheers for tbe Duke and Duchess r York. London Tclegraiih. l.oaax Walk a fiiaaaaifcaHat. Mrs. Jennie Finkin of Eighth and Spruce streets, Camden, was found wan dering on tbe streets at 1 o'clock yester day morning by Officer Frederick Voight at Broadway and Bridge avenae. The woman was attired in a wrapper, and her hair was banging loosely dowa her back. She was walking slowly, and when the officer approached her side he was astonished to hear her snoring, although her eyes were open. He ad dressed her in low tones, but received no answer. He then grabbed ber by tbe arm. This aroused her, and when she found that She was on the street she fell to tbe pavement from astonishment. She recovered in a few minutes and ac cepted the protection of the officer to as sist her borne. Mrs Finkin is said to be subject to attacks of somnambulism. When she was found by the officer, she was nearly two miles from her home, Philadelphia Press. Where Um Blasao Beluga. One of tbe lovely nymphs who was floating about among tbe sylvan woods and streams during tbe summer has among her belongings a gown which tbe prosy man who pays tbe nymph's bills considers not a dream, but a very sub stantial reality, as it cost him .V)0 over and above the original price. That was the sum be paid for one of tbe horses that toffe cold while the carriage waited at tbe door of tbe modiste when tbe gown was being fitted. Be had been clipped, and tbe illness resulted in his death. Tbe owner of tho "creation," however, thinks tbe unreasonable man should place the blame where it belongs on tbe modiste of tbe fashionable horse, New York Times. A Qaory About EloetrawiUaa. It is a noteworthy fact that post mortem examinations have been held on tho bodies of electrocuted criminals ia . very short time after tbey were shocked. Who among us all can positively and certainly declare whether life baa left the body after a passage through it of an electric current? 'A shock of 2.000 volta will undoubtedly kill aome men and may only stun others. Ia there a competent physician who will stateupon his honor that the criminals who have been electrocuted in New York state were dead when tbey were carried from the chair? Electrical Review. atloM. Fanny sigfets are often seen in tbe PuHuian train tourist cars as they pass through tbe city nights, and curious noises are often heard. One sight that attracted considerable attention on train 71 Wednesday morning waa a good riSOdwasbJnc fauna- ont on Um atartm.nl aide of tbe car. It is only one more evi dence of the many conveniences fur aished its patrons by the Maine Central. ExnertS. all Of whom ant marriaul testify that tbe articles were those worn oaiy oy mxania. iienneDec Journal. enthusiast There was a new arrival at Pauline's bouse, but to her disgust, not to say wrath, it waa a girt. Three similar e- aave taken tho edge off ber a as to the advantages Unit, asiil ika ao.MiJI mIiim a little buadleof walls and inquired, "How jvm nirinrHr xweuty-four oMNaara,- as was tola. "Humphr Polfarls diaeuet Jiiiiinaiil -WMla A C on cheek and brow is evidence lhat the bod v is getting proper nourishment. When this glow of health is absent assimilation is wrong, and health is letting down. ScGii's Enuloion taken immediately arrests waste, regardless of the cause. Consumption must yield to treatment that stops waste and builds flesh anew. Almost as palatabU as milk. WBaasia SWana, B.T. UIM to The. fjaetrieal BVrm on Snntn ing killed many sparrows in the vicinity of the navy yard In Brooklyn. In the hospital grounds was a wheelbarrow full of their bodies. Tbey bad fallen from a tree. In front of the house of Commander White, in Officers' row, Flushing ave nue, SI0 dead sparrows were found un der a tree. There was no mark on tho trees to show that lightning had struck them. New York Herald. f !eet like the breath of that nVmr elsfaaea little Ethel one da arhea the ana araa ea. earring froam the atttiagraoai toe. Ooal-fan la naenie -peirimeaor I don. compared with the hreath of a aersoa afKcted with catarrh, twit sbjods sua other arnptoaa the teoee of raKll kJ oftoa dradened, co tbe aaBerer i nrooaacloss of the offcnsiYtrj-aa of his tneaenee. What an out will endara tuck a palatal, dangerou and ooeasive disease, when Dr, Fasr.'a Catarrh Bcm edy cxtlnj only SO cents w.U cure the most stobbora raw. Is aac of tho many mysteries. The proprietors are so eooniiemt of the saccosa of uuiiarrB arcaieajr, mat lner offer to rorfs ( $300 for any caw of catarrh tier cannot cure. It srouM he tnfeide for their recnedr. for thea to maksthU offer, acksa thej nnlerrtood Its exact rowerr. World's rail- States. Round trip tickets to Chicajjo arc now on sale via c., R. I. & I, rail, wav at ono fare 14.971 from RneL- Island. Return limit Nov. IS. Nine fast express trains daily in each di rection on the great Rock Island route. A RELIABLE AND ON OF THE BEST KNOWN SPECIALISTS IN THE UNITED STATES- His Rooms Crowded. Everybody Satisfied, and Many Praising Him. ism DR. D. D. REA, Surgeon and Specialist WhntaacmtedrurhascasatioBlB and aroand licacbciirui- diseases that aUaost b,fled the medical fraternity of the canny, aad hy the feojaent of Busy friends and patteat he baa de essedtosant Rock Island At the Harper House, nilDAY, OCT. 37th. Returning every month during tho year, to remain a day. V fW- Bl kH 1 t ! (.W . I 1 . brtalta the country, aad has ao superior la Ilea.. He will (rise SSoTor any case ho caaaot taU t Slseaae. aad srhere hxatot la In mlautes. t wwmrm ss swea isiaaa ercry BMOIS ho is eascs.anrte and chronic eaUrrb, t laeasca of the vv sBsaw aaa amBaa irn( IM IQrvw fttMtlMMsi Burst's disease, d la betas, ktdneya. liver, blsd der, chronic frmaw and arsual Itfrvn. IliUaa ry or Baa carsd I A posius.) cssrantsel Vmmm ana axtddto-Aced Bleai "offensf from savraaatorrboea aad impotancy as the rtealt of oste-shaas ia youth or eacvss la ana- proauoina tk folkwuig rSocts. as emtasloas. blotches, de Milty. njc-voasnass, dlczioasa, eoaf asioa of ideas, kTrratoa of sortrty. orfrrtlrs ssrsaory sod anaaJ esasaatlos, which anat tho Ticitms for hastnosa orjnarriatie, are pitminsatiy cared by remsdrcs not iajanoas. lasa aa IHtia ssinaaaee. . fnnm s esiansjirlona. aa son throat, fallnm af the hair, pala la the hones, ctc aro ry-.-y i"a osiaa asarcary or buns sad an artaary aad Mdaay troablea Sboedi h? cwodhy aialmant that aaa nosat fallsoTBs nndsratss no incurable cases, hat earns tfcens- aada alios ants am caaat onrty.aa ha) rsoma ars ahraja crowded isssaaaasnn. What ic Castaria ia De. faanihiri PfteAee-a nmawiu. 1 aad Cbllttreha. It contafais neither Opium, McarpaiisM Btr eAber Karcotie aQlhttaace. It is a hanaleaa aalMltafto for Psviwgorie, roTss, Sootbins; 8yrap, aad Castor OH. It is Pleasant. Its cwrantea is thirty years aaa fcy MHIioas af Mothers. Castoria deatroys Worms and aUaya feTrishBeai. Castoria prevents Tomitlna; Soaur Card, cares Diarrhoea aad Wind Colic. Castoria relieres toeAhlna; troablea, cares constipation aad fiafnlnncj. sahnona assimilated! the food, rcsnlates tho and Dowels, Kiwins; healthy and natural slot toria is the Children's FsaaMar-tho Mother's : Castoria. That is la la aa smrlbat aswlhliie bn drfl Vothera have lasjeahidty hold asset Bs Pa. Q. Q. Qnaaon, aVoweaVBaav sitkahostiisiiTrorcfcadronof Isaasrssinhiil I hope the day ia not ttaatwheaawtheenwrnooaaUw tan real of taetreanVtraa, aad-aaOnMoriaia- fcT fs&sfdaVaOlriaBSnV olsBfaaOyann snrphlaa, aootaiac aynaa aad other hnrtfol acasss dowa their throats, Usaraby aaadaax Da. 3. T. Krarjuaraa, Oaawar, Ark. , TI Castoria. "Cnstorismsoweaasnssdte n.JUAarama,n.au III So. OnfordBt Bnohrjra, K. T. "Oar piryaMnns ha tt chnamaa sasat bava spokea bsxbh ef their aad atuwach ma only has ttte6aaa,oatwaara Baa ha tasorapoatt. AuasC Sana, Aa, Straa. Bow Taew Oty. THE IIOLINE WAGON, Molikx, Ills. The Lloline Wagon Co, A asaTrs IXsniilSrCtiirtK ol FAR11, SFRlia ADD FREIGHT T7AGO nakattoau Bos the MOUXB WASOdl ivsatUatTrtasaa DAVIS CO. Heating and Ventilating Engineers, Gas and Steam Fitting, SANITARY PLUUBniG, A complete line of Pipe, Brass Goods, PackiBg Host, Fire Brick Etc largest nd beat equipped esteblishment west of Chicago. DAV1B UlAJUn. Molina, 111 1 112, lid West Serantaentlt Tsdopaoaoaooa. Tolepboaa 1148. Rseidaaoo Talextfioae 1 ie Everything in the line of spring ehiclea, and the ' largest assortment of Harness, Laprobes, Whips, Etc. AT Mason's Carriage, Works, East Fonrth BtreeL - . DAVENPORT, IOWA B. F. DeGEAB, Contractor and Biiildcr. Office and Shop 228 EightecnthcStreet ' ROOK IBLAIJD, Wb. aamsnas a n - - - ' 1 9 JOHN HOITOSK7, Carpenter aad Builder, OmCB. HO: 2821 oTXTHAYlOrUK, tea Viet tea. IZOCXIZLABD.UJb. 8A POLIO COhhsTJLTATloa about lt,wkyidat yoa grta Oar anlic aaa gee a ooyr'- Dr. D. D. aaa, an ranUaa - .