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THE ARGUS, MONDAY, JULY 2, 1894.
MBBaa I" 9
hMM D-If a-4 Unktj at 1W
Aimm, Bock Ialaa4 CJ.
J. W. Pom,
TIBM9 Dalla, M ma aw no. Weakly,
H.M aw aaaaat; la adraaca ft JO.
AO m-aaalmkma of critical or ! uta
itv character, pntltlaal or rallgioM, oat kav.
ra-l im attack. for pahllaMtaa. Do nek
rtklM win m tflatad m Bct'ttoca atfMtaret.
OoiTMpoadnM. eollcitad froa avarr towaahlp
la Book Itlaiul maty.
Mosdat, Jolt 2, 1894.
will be tbo rlorioiis
The man who is at the bottom of
these railroad troubles nhould not be
lost sight of.
MrrosK the Uock Island ball team
would strike, through aympathy or
something rise! l'e ri.th the thought!
Tiik rnilrnads seem to lie consider
ablr moro anxious about fultilling
their contract with Millionaire (toorje
than they are with Mor Lncle Sam
Chicago Herald: Ik is to be
hoped that the Pullman Vtrikc will
reach to the porters of the cars.
They always strike fr a uartcr, or
The striker, Mcrvin. who ditched
the Rock Island train
Saturday tiiht. onli to 1m made an
example of. Justice
and sure with men
disregard for human
at llue Island
bhonld be swift
f such reckless
Oilomel Hkt.c KixRitxir. claims to
have Wen the originator of the idea
if a World's fair ill Chicago to cele
brate the 400th atlniTersarv of the
discover? of AnieriJa bv Columbus,
His disposition in cokgress toward cx-
Londing t lie prcieril dr its success,
and his conduct whv asked to make
one of the dedicator!- speeches seem
somewhat in contlicl with the posi
tion so latelv taken l v the notorious
P RAN ICS PLAYED BY SPIRITS.
Give at Ml.lnlgtit Fxtilbttloai of Ilk
rowrr Orrr ttie Invlibln.
Once." mid tlio real estate moo.
"before I fell from gram, I xvas a re
porter on a paper down in tho central
part of tho state. Tbrro wvto a good
many spiritualists in tho city whero I
worked, and I pot rather interested in
tho belief myself. I bad been to numer
ous seances end foch somo thincs that
puzz?I mo, aiajl I bailed tho coming of
SlatH the prcat slate writer, with joy.
I thought that bo qpnld, if ho chosc.
clear t:p a lot of fefcy points for me
and either make mia full fledged be
liever or t-how mo tlfit tho wholo thing
vas n fake.
The Statue Wept.
Last winter at ono of tlio little hill-
eido shrines near San Remo tho Madon
na vrtis olTved to bo weeping. This
was not seen by ono, bnt by many, as
great crowds collected and watched tho
slowly dripping tears. The peoplo wero
puzzled, bevldered, frightened. Andso
"Slado canio to t
acquainted with hi
brr of scan ccs, am
them. One night
where ho was star
talk with him. I i
faction, I am free
was abont to st:
kindly invited ni
Wo went to tied r.
"I confers that
thonpit that a 11
ivn, mm I got well
He gave a nam-
I attended all of
went to tlio hotel
g and nail a long
ln't get much satis
confess. Just as 1
f tor homo a verv
ante nn, nnd Slade
to share bis room.
:nt 13 o'clock.
was a trifle scary. I
it who had tlie con
trol over tho spirit that Skulo secnted
to possess might lj;vo Fir natural vis
itors at Jiitht, K:d I didn't exactly
rehsh the irograittTiio. However, it was
very stormy ont f ie, and 1 concluded
t:iko ti:e cnances oi
few spirits more or
iile through a LI 17.
Il:ifrs until wo were
cd end the lights bad
- n he relr.psed into
over on r..y fide nud
to I'eep. 1 l'.o room was
cra". Suddenly I heard
It is high time
ernnieut to take a
lation of railroad
tenanee of the cor
tho country.- Im
strikers in lullietin
rountry at large,
ther have a contra
to carry his cars
train without tb
the fact that they
with tue governni
mails under all ci
rather than vield a
a mail train, they
to ! shut tip. Tli
dealing with thJ
the men. It is
of tilings, anil reqii
to efrry tue mail.
yafnt dare to i
Otirs(tof their I'n
tit laei ni
Va I by w
gtwr mtit n
tied by arbitratio
That after a st
It each side be
tan in arbitrat
Int a third, t
1'ullman. 1 nr. At
stand. That tli
has a power ove
ent, and that
after first pavii
income of the
now paying the
fisted ness nnd
charges each i
cars a cent a mi
this goes Into tl
in addition to
New York and C
pay a BIO for
and the Pullman
eral linn s that s
the public Th
railroad is eotmtiil
expenses of th
tually paid by
far he gives to
traveler jmys tJiiee,
r the federal gov-
and in the regu.
tratlic and main-
mcreial svstem of
o fat contro-
are playing an
part with the
iianlship on the
They bold that
t with I'ullman
nd will run no
n. They Ignore
have a contract
nt to carrv its
it-u instances, and
oint even as to
Tmit their lines
imc for United
to take hidd
re the railroads
nd the strikers
tcrfcre with the
e atuud in the
the matter is
Id provide some
strikes of this
lavs' time Ihj set-
An act provid-
existed two day."
Id i god to appoint
n, and that the two
three to meet at
ituation nud rcn.
t must stand, would
J bond of sym
toads and (teor
vn fails to under
Pullman com pan v
thc roads far some
son is very appur-
1 general ptiblir
Into tlie princely
lace car owner, i
K'tiallv for his eIos
enuriousncss is also
e Pullman company
ilroad running its
for evcrr car, ami
(Mickcts of Pullman
rates paid fy the
cngo the railroad
ach aleeper run.
k'ompany gi-ls sev-
m in addition from
Bl paid by the
Into the running
road, and is even
e passenger in the
his ride. 8o the
in reality, for
on board a
that I would rati:
a visitation from
less, thau walk a
zank S-'hido kejj
about all sorts of
aiidrrsKd ::::d iiil
oe'n rui our. ai
silence. I turues
tried to get
quiet Cfl t!ie
something strike tas:g nge.iut the wall,
and I sat (.imiglA up in b.-d. One ci
my hIhh-s had 1 f ( its place on tlio floor
and bad been thrfcwu with ttrrifio i xrc
against the wall. I
imawai tli J! Ixgir.tr.Mg or n sone.s
of remarkable lj'-peiiitigs that lasted
tnrr- hours. Iv0rv srtiele iu the nsim
was thrown stromal promismowly. Tin
funiitnif was b.iBir-il ngaiust the ceil
ing. The bed, a lAivy affair, was picket!
tip ami clinckod irainst the wall with n
jar that nearly tlar'.-w r.:e out of it. Tc
cap it all, sotiii jlnng gt hoid of the
iM'delothes uud lt r.i to J uil them off.
1 bung on to theif with r.ll i:iy strength.
but they were riittwti off and t'.irowu
a henp in tho nr.C lie vt the room. All
this timo Sladell.iv ou hi back ou bis
side of tho bed. Ole never moved, no far
a I cculd see, tiOr did be say a wortk
I didn't shtp ruich that uight
Slode told rac that be had the Kpirits do
theso things. I rn't know whether he
did or not, but I do know that I wonldu't
spend such nnothfcr night for a good bi
of money, and I (further know that
cannot explain tue plieuouiciia en any
other basis than' that sometliing was
doing these thiud) at Slade's behest. '
IleTticrt SSpenct-n while traveling in
Enplitid, pounced ' npon every mau in
tho cars who smoked or wlio even at
temptel to s::ioke But of tho windows.
"Is it lif.agrecable jo yon?" they would
ask. "Not at nil.f he would reply,
"but it is against the law, and tho law
is a proper one. Yon have uo right to
break it, and yon $all not do it, and if
yon do uot desist I Will call the guard. "
With porter, cabb or stcamtiout cap
tain ho was ever fendy to do battle in
the causo of justice but ho bad no pa
tience with chronic fault finding. "I
used to visit Curly Vp." ho said, "but ho
has got so cross od misanthropic and
raves so constantly About tho bor-r-rible
state of things that I couldn't stand it.
I do not wuut to ariue with him, and I
won't listen to ha nonsense, and so I
stay away." San pranciseo Argonaut.
Eli-ctricity is employed nowadays for
pulling teeth. T tlio battery are at
tached three wiresj Two of thin have
handled at the cut, while the third is
nrturhi-d to tho ffc-ceps. Tho patient
grasps the li:;iiil, tho electricity is
turned on suddenly, and the dentist
sinmltam-ously applies bis forceps to
the tooth. Tho instant tho tooth is
touched it, as wel) as the surrounding
parts, liecomes imfensiblo to pain. A
jerk, and it is out -Electricity.
A 1-rani fi
of Hood's SarsapasfTTa is that while it
pH?Ww aha M'tiid Bud sends it cours
ing through the rtfns full of richness
and health, it also imparts new lib
nnd vigor to every function of the
body. Hence the expression so often
heard: "Hood's Sarsaparilly made a
new person of me." It overcomes
that tired feeling so common now.
find ont tho
marble to wot
Zither tho wisest men to
luso. Alter several nays
and examination, they
cause of tho Madonna's
i-as a holo in the top of
rain bad entered and fill-
and in timo worked i'.s
ho eves, tho pupils of
(1 tho thinnest portion of
hrough. Rome Letter.
Tlio thrift al economy of Fro:ici
methods bavo fmind a use for old leath
er. This heretlore almost useless arti
clo is put into Bats, boiled, and being
subjected to bydlanlic fressuro yields a
greasy liquid thm, after rrcatmcnt with
sulphurio acid, i-un off into barrels to
cool. After pasting through varions
purifying processes it is fit for tho uses
to which low grades of oil aro put
New York Ledger.
THE TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
PniCAGO, ROCK IStAKTJ PACIFIC
lUIlwav Depot corner Fifth avenue and
Tbirt j-eret rect, Frank H. Plommer. Agent.
Oui.v;r Limlud AOmxba..
PU Worth. Denver K. C.
t. C Bt Joe ft Minneapolis
Omaha A Kv City
(JmahaADe atoinen Ex...
ipman ft D aiolnK Ex..
Denver, I inroln ft Omaha. . .
St. eanl ft Minncanol a
St. I'aal ft Minneapolis....
SU Jowph, Atchiton ft K. C.
oenvar, fx. wortn s ...
tKsnus 1ty ft St. J noeph .
:ioci islnnfi t, waemmrton.
;t'hlcro De Mclnes
t 4:45 am
t 7:ftS am
tl-2 :40 am
Btxitam 8:55 jin
lS'at ain'T n:i am
! ?45amit 9:nnpm
ll0ptni K-.-f am
2:05 pmit 7:40 am
11 :15 pm
s :45 pm
5 (W am
t 5:15 am
t 8:) am
Arrival, t Departure. tDaliy. except Sunday.
All others daily. Telephone luas.
Airs. A. 12. Lanier
Bush's Mills, Ohio.
BCKLISOToN ROUTE C.,B. ft Q. IIAII
way Dt'twt First avtline and bixteebth
street, M. i. Young, acnt.
I l?Nr&rrya AmttlHiaa
' Lord Rost lury, wlio is now 4" year
old, is credited with having said mm
(hiy that Im had thre4
the riehi-Ft mail iu L
minister and t wii
aiMlersttasl that lie
auilittinu by bis murrl
er 01 Unrm Meyer
dletl in IH'Mi, leavin
hiuidaomn tufc. TJ'
he has satisliift Intel
inent of Mr. il
anibitems to lie
tlutid,to lie prime
tlw Ii-rby. It is
lehieved tlie first
ure t' the danrrh-
him master of a
i sf'itid anitiiiiou
, since tho rctire-
liiie, nnd tlio third
With his recent firtuno ou the
tarf. New York T.
The InrrfM Taa,
. There aro a lare
this country who w
Hood's pills are purely vegetable.
tx-rfeclly harmless, alwavs reliable
A Flexible OatK.
The pnpers round about keep poking
f uu at our Dutch coroner, but wo wish
to at least say for him that ho under-
stands tho flexibility roiuinil in a west
ern Kansas oath. At the Curl Merry in-
quest ho sWfiro witnesses with this rangy
formula, "Von do scholemly Bchwaro
dot yon vi!l dell do troot, do holy troot
nndiiodting like it" Hays City ben
Cable From Oupen L.II.
Eaar Grcaham One more boon I crave,
I trust Iq joor affection
'Tis not to mnrder Dole, the Kcavo,
Or pat down insurrection;
'Tis not my crown but mc to save,
I write in deep dejecfon.
Add so a package I must ba e
Of Tark'e Tea for my complexion.
Rreihani'i Answer to Quern I It.
WUi-n I n-oclv d your ralleram
1 thnnirllt 1 sure would fuiut.
For though I often use 1'HrK n Tea,
Ti4 rot f r your romp aint
I feared that Mrs. G. would think
Wmnc about our conm-rtlon.
Til! on her dresser thre 1 saw
l'ark'a Tea for her comp'exion.
Sold by Hartz A.Tllemej er.
Palpitation of the Heart and
A Ceneral Break Down
The Cood Effect of Hood's was
Marked and Permanent.
C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell. Mass. :
Gentlemen : I was t:iken down slek last
December, ami liecnnie very weak w ith nervous
trouble, palpitation ot tlie heart, ami a general
break down. I had a pood physician, but lin
Cored alons. p ttins 110 better. I could sit up
only about half a day, until the lxth of Marco,
when I concluded I would pve Hood's Sarsapa-
St. Louis Express
SI. lxuis Express
St. Paul Passenger
s .4A pm
1 :S5 am
6 :4S pm
7 :WS am
8 Ab pm
B :". pm
rHICAGO. MILWAUKEE ST. TACL
Pailwav Racine A Santhwestern Division
Doom Twentieth street, between First aud
Second avcnui a, K. D. A'. Uolmcs, Agent.
Mail srd Kxpress..
St. Paul Kx press.!.
9 :i pm
11 :45 im
javr aar naa, aw
rilla a trial. When I had used it a short time, I
could fiet up and ro till about tlie h.iuse all day.
1 have never enjoyed perfect health, but am
now takinz rr.y lifUi bottle of Hood's S.irsapa.
rilla, and know it has he!ied me wonderfully.
I have used Hood's Tills, and think them ex-
cclii-nt." M lis. A. K. I.amki:. Hush's Mills. Ohio.
Hood's Pills act easily, yet promptly and
euiucully, ou Uic livur and bowels. c
Dock Island & Peokia Kailwat
' N Depot First Avenue aud Twentieth street.
F. A. ivoctwcll, Ageuu
Fast Mail Express
( chle Accommodation.
UUHI.ISGTOJT, CEDAK KAPIDS
- lvortbern Hallway, depot f jot of Bradf
street, L'avcnport-. Jan. Morum, Gun. Ta t
11 M E.PIO N EYandJaB 0 R.
aaanrnv '1'IIL' 11 1 LI I It If a 11 lllllllllll sTrrtr 1 C.f 1-4.
Lav I Annrva
i4 ;4o uvhlo.:r am
lj7:30 1 ni bia.O am
Weal Liberty l'rsiin
Painlessly, Positively. Perfectly. Per
tNwrin. ;;?"U ti.
ti7:K. m ;ll(i:4ipm
Hl2:4Mra 1 hS:ntam
A VETERAN'S VERDICT.
The War is Cvcr. A Well-known Sol
dier, Correspondent and Journal
ist Makes a Disclosure.
Indiana contributed her tlinnsanrts of brnva
soldier- in tli' war. and 1:0 si ate Iw-ars a l.i:
ter rerord itt tt:at n-jM'ct liian It dis's. !a
literature II Is rapiiily Bi-iiiirine 11.1
iMiviablt! pla.".- In wnr anil lit.rntu
SnimiMUi S'ewi II, we'l Kiiimn ;m n writer :iS
ol," lia v.on an I'.naoraiiie Kh.iiioti. I'iii--
nc tb bite vnr in v k - 11 in.'ii i'i r 01 1 o. .1,
:u. . 1 . -:iviiirv and of the loth Imiiana In
fantry Volunteers. Ke r llril all important
cirfuhistatire lie writer :;- fellows:
v-ial of us o .i vrieraus hero r.rr itsn-tr
Ir. Mile' Le-lora: ivo Nervine, Heart 'u;d
anil Nerve iiih! Livr Pills, alt of tlu-ni trivii:?
splendid satifacii. in. In fact, we liaveii'V-s
iisihj retneoies tnai. eoiujiaro wt,.i iiieui. "j
the 'ills, we mils! say ! ,' are th- best con.
binatioii nf ttie qualities ri'iiirerl in a ptV)
nration of tin ir nature we liave ever liimw n
We have none but words of praise for iIictt
Tbey are the outirrowth iT a tiew principle in
medicine, nnd tone tip the system woodc
fullv. Wo say to all. try these rented ie .'
Ndomon 1 ewell, nlarnui. Inil.. IKc. a. W
These remedies an: m11 by all ilrotcists a
n positive cnaranti-e, or sent direct by t'i
I'r. Miles Medical Co., F.lkbart. Ind.. n la
rM.i.,1 m.t ,.fi,.i. st iu , i.iti hiv luiti les aa. c
press prepaid! Tli-v positively coutaia BOlUlSi
opiates nor uuuyuruus urus.
miulier trf men in
d ehcertnlly unb-
mlt to the p;iTinctit iff an income tax if
tbey could imly liate tbo income. E-
Tb Baat for th Family.
Macox, Ua. I hare found Sim
mens Liver Iletilator the best funii-
ly medicine. 1 'have used it in indi
I pjstion and bilionsnesg and found it
t j relieve immediately. Alter catinjj
a hearty supiier, if ou iroin to bed I
take a dose of it I never feel any bad
eHecls of the miper. Uvid li
Tor 0vr Tlfty Tear.
Mrs. W'inslow' Sooth Id ? syrephas
been used for children tecthinr. It
soothes the child, softens the jrunis
allavs all pain, cures wind colic, and
is tbo best remedy for diarrhoea.
Twcutjr-iiv cvu'j a botUo
Without Surirical O; eration or dcten
tion from linsmess.
itay for treatment until enri d. lis ases ef
t!ertt'm:t'liroulc.c..'netiiaiion, stroture, Fitwutce
IYu'!;ii- or itc'iin piles iht.i o.tit'ly cured.
Kirtaia curi-d w:thoal'tie use of kuifu.
I'llo rrmovvd wiltioul paiu hi the
KedlCE! and SorgioaS Institute
a Daily. hHailv except Snndav. tOoinsr north.
JOoiue t-O'ith rd east. Ha. 18 iuus between
Cedar Rapids and West Libei ty.
MORE FBBT VI TIS MM 1H Ml.
Luckily there are shoes enough for those who
want them, and they all do in this climate.
We have shoes for the multitude.
Good, Better and Best.
Poor shoes we don't meddle with. Nothing in
them for us. Nothing in them for the wearer
except their feet and discomfort. No econo
my in poor shots. If you want GOOD, SMU
VICEABLH SHOES, STYLE and COM
FORT, at lied Rock Prices, let us shoe you.
To St. Louis
. SCUEEN lOOUS, WIN
DOWS, ALL WIDTHS
OF WIIIE SCREEN.
seed oil, etc.
complete line of
house and floor
1610 Third avenue.
Ask your Grpceryman
P. F. Pillsbury
It has no equal.
ANDERSON Sc. 2?.GSE.
n e uk
CONSULTATION IS FREE
Prnrs.nent'.y located In the Ryan Block. C
becond and l!ra3y Streets, Davcnnon, Iowa.
ALL AFFLICTED ARE WELCOME.
Prs, Anderson anil Rose are crnduate of the
leniiina nifiliral wlleces of this counrry, and
witb 20 yenrs' cz!ierieuce ill tue treauneulol
CATAKK1I. THROAT AND LINGS.
They success fullv tnut Catarrh, Throat and
Lungs diseu-es i-f llie dii;estive organs, dystien
six, liver trouolus, couBtlp&t'.on, chtouic diur
KIDNEY AND CKINAKT
Troubles speedily removed.
The most nirrravatcd cases are sticedily and
IHTOiaueuliy cured by our new meilrid ot treat
LAniKS AFFLICTEn Special attention pvcti
to ail diseases peculiar 10 women. Every fur.iiity
and advnntiure for tUe treatment and apecdy r
moval of this class of diseases.
Electricity Its Scientific Application.
facial Memisbea, an moles, tninernnnn -hair
vine marUa, tumors, went), etc., removed uy elec
BLOOD AND SKIN DISEASES.
All trouHles trains from lminre blood, scrof
nla. ec7i:mn. tetter, tumor, nlce-s. etc.
Can be consulted cotirltleellv ly letter or other
wise. Seril 4 cents for question blank. Addreas
DUS. AMiiliaON & h.O.t., K;an block, Daven
Leave Rock Island 8:05
Arrive St. Louis 7:10
,T;o',r ne a Well
This Route affords a pleasant day
journey through the best por
tion of the state of Illinois, in
eluding the cities of Feoria
full view ot the State Capitol is
had from the train at the lat
ter place. Lunch is served on
the train you can order what
your appetite demands and at
a reasonable price.
Another thing to do consiaerea is.
that you are not compelled to
rise at an unseasonable hour
to take train. You are landed
in Union depot, St. Louis, in
due time to catch out-goin;
trains on connecting lines in
case your destination is be
6. T. A,
A $2 HK $1
Every TA1S WAKltATKD !.j
TOLLEY BROS. & CO.,
Our ' KOK-I-NOOR" la fie
beat apectacle made. For
lurtaer particular apply to
T.II. TUOMAS, Druggist and Op
tician. Eyes tested Irce oi charge.
1st Day. TTftt:
11111 ... wr. A m
XiiJL, tni soth luy.
r nun vn ncmiiwi son, i)v.
fro -tores the Abnre Ksaulta ia UO Pais. It acts
powerfully nnd quickly. Cures wlien nil others
tail. Ynunc men will reeain their lost muuhood
andoIum-n will recover their youtliful vipoi
bv usiDS VITALIS. Itouickly am' nurely re-
Moren XervousnvsK, Lost Viiiiiity. Impotency,
Niirhtlv Emissions. Lost I'ower. Kailius Mem
ory, Wasting Diseases, and nil effects of self I
abuse or excess and indincre-tioT. Words off
Insanity nnd consumption. Insist on havinr;
VSTALIS. 10 other, t'nn he carried in vest
Docket. Iw mail, if 1.00 per package, or six for
Sfi.UU, with a positive written triiarautee to can
or reinnn tlie snonsT. 1 rci.l;ir iree. AUO'esa
CALt XLT KtHLKI COJll'A.Ni, taicaro, ill.
For 'ile nt Kork island by Ilnrper House I'har
macy and lV.iuiu elendeniu, Drucist, Moliue.
Cor. Second and Harrison Sts.
See our spring
And summer Suits.
Our purpose in advertising is to let evcrybi'dy
who buys clothing that is all mankind here
about know that our suitings are in, and the
finest ever displayed in the city. You are
respectfully invited to call and see the latest
in patterns and styles.
Call and leave your order.
J. B. ZIMMER,
Star Block, opposite Harper house.
1SC3 Scosd Avenue;
How to procure ANTI-WASIIBOARI)
SOA1' roWDEH free of charge
UUr "Ullt I.ALIX" SOA1'.
Cut off the end of the wrapper
at place named. When vou have
S5 pictures of our Anti-Wash
board Soap Powder, take them
to your grocer or present them
at our ollice and you will receive
FKEE a 4-pound package, worth
25c. We make this liberal in
ducement to quickly introduce
Our Lady Soap and
Anti-Washboard Soap Powder
It will Clean Silks', and Woolen Goods,
Ribbons, Curuins had Carpets. It has
no equal for Cleaningr House, Killing
Mot lis and Kemotjng Grease Spots.
Too Seed It. Safes Hone, sal Later.
' FOR SALE EVERYWHERE.
PRICE 15 CENTS A CAKE OR TWO CAXES WamOCk & RalStOll
tUK 25 UtNTS.
Address H a.nd H. Des Moines. Iowa. Soap Makers, Kock Ifllaad.
And holds good until ail wrap
pers on which this offer is print
ed, is pre&ented to us.
Duck Suit Sale
Nothing like them
anywhere in the three
At this sale
Elegant line of Linen Suits,
Waists and Wrappers.
All our Capes and Jackets
1 14 W. Second St., Daienport
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