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THE AKGU8, THURSDAY, JULY 5, 1894.
fabrwW"! Nt Md WnUt at 1M
IniH, Bock Iataad TU.
J. W. FOTTM,
TKRXA-IMIr, M anu par vni. Weakly,
t.M par uiui In miuci l JO.
AO M.auilcailoa. of critical or arffaaata
ebaracter. kulttiaal or ralltfooa, Mat bava
MM attache for pablloalloa. Ho aach
artlctoa will W printed orcr Oct'.tloaa alcnatarra.
OamMpondaaaa aollcitad from mry township
I Hook bland aoanur.
TlK KSDAT, Jl-LT 6. 1894.
M KlSLfcT anil froe silver won't
ml tcrjr well. I.ut that's the pro.
crlplion o( th republican league.
RcriULD ak organs will never for
flva) Juilo Orrsham (or Wcnniinr; a,
(Irinocrat. Hardly day pas sea that
thejr ilo not invent some lie intended
to an nor or Injurr him.
The Philailtlphla Ledger njs the
lirst trollev ears to be tilted to carry
the I'nited State mails arc thoe
which run from HrnoLlvn t Coney
Inland. This is an error. St. IauTs
is entitled to the distinction.
Ci(ikk.ax INmt'h position on
the silver question din-su't seem to
lie in accord with the republican sen.
tinieiit in this county, judging from
the criticisms heard "nnent his 'cch
accepting the Diminution (or eon
Kress. l'ut Ifciwn Anarchy.
The situation nt Blue Island during
the put few days has been such ns
not only to arouse the greatest ap
prehension, hut to warrant the
thought that a crisis has come in our
national aiTairs in dealing with law
lessness. The action on the part of
the administration in calling upon
the military forces of the country to
put down uprising against the man
date of the country's representatives
was timely and most proper. De
fiance of the law. cither state or na
tional and more particularly if may
1)0 said, national must be met with
the rebuke that will teach a lesson.
Every outcropping of the anarchistic
spirit such as apparently predomi
nates at I'.liie Island. must be
promptly and effectually crushed.
Ve have no room and no use for the
socialistic clement in this country,
and it must be handled with a lirni
and relentless grasp wherever and
whenever it apiwars.
In the present labor ilitl'iculties,
the strikers had topular sentimctt
at the back ir them until the break
ing out of the unchecked lawlessness
at I'.liie Island. There is no doubt
that the majority of people are
heartily sick of the Pullman ear mo.
nnpoly, anil would like to see it
broken, and to this end as much as
for tho general sympathv that goes
out to la'mr in its" struggles to Itetter
its condition against overfed capital,
tho masses of the jx-ople felt that
reasonable aggravation had been at
the root of the Debs movement. Dot
when the head of the A. K. U. made
no effort to atop the feature of the
strike at I'.liie Island which has dis
graced the country, he turned the
tide of sentiment in a twinkling. No
matter how just the cause the end
does not justify the means tolerated
In this rase.
Mr. Debs mado the mistake of his
lifnasa leader when he failed to at.
tempt at least, to put a stop to the
anarchy manifested at lilue Island.
An Kxpraor. low.
There is a mnn in Cbiorim vim pays
$18, 000 a rear for tho privih Mf keep
ing a row. Ho is a sane man, a busim-
mun, a man of fumilr mid pvmTnllr
respectcd in tiio community, Ilia poor
Xvlutives declaro him a freuh. mid his
liciKhboTS shrnR their shoulder ami
tnnrmnr thinp about rich men's whims.
Tho way of it is that ho possesses a Val
uahlo building lot ill a choice residence
portion of tho city, nnd hnviuft nothing
elso to liwith it hepnt a nico little
fence around it and quartered therein
his pet Jeracjr row. Tlio row wan an
artistic cow and harmonized well with
tho green turf nnd little bushes, so peo
ple rather admired tho arrangement.
One day a man came along who thought
ho would liko to build a house on that
particular lot, so ho hnntcd np tho own
er and mado him a spot cash offer of
f.100,000 for tho land. His offer was re
fused, decisively nnd politely.
"Dnt," remonstrated a relative,
aghast, "that wonld pny yon $ 18, 000
ycarl tVuy on earth did rou rcfuso
Tho rich man lit ncirfnr nnd turned a
protesting fare on bin accuser. "Yes,"
ho assented in a puzzled war, "but
what wonld I haro done with my cow?"
Brraeh of Promina Antra.
Goldio auks if a young muu can buo a
young woman fur breach of promise if
while engaged to him siio marries an
other man. Answer: Thcro nro a great
many foolish young jsmplo in the world,
Cloldie, who seem to think that they
can in some way by money compensa
tion tnuko np for nnhnppiiiess, sleepless
nights, tuurs und heartache. V :lcss
there has been sonio actual vrong,
brenctt of promise, suits aro i very poor
Investment. They giriu rally cud iu n
gissl deal of scnndal and Ikivo most on
pleosiiut coiLWinencca. If no real wrong
has Isi ii sustained, tho' court wonld
likely award about a cent damages, and
there would be heavy costs and all parties
made ridiculous. Koch suits nro best let
alone, legally a man can sue for breach
of promise as well as a woiuou, but he
appears very ridiculous when be does
uv Jnew JLectaerw ,
Twenty Thousand of Them in
SOKE CA77SES OF THE SITUATIOU
Bard Timr .1 the Vnerrtalnty In Labor
Rmralt Ing From Dlaorusloaa ISalldon
Afraid to Ueglu noraaaa They Cannot
IlSaSureot Completion Only Ono-thlrd
ao Mnrh IIuIIIIir Going On as a Year
Ago Thouaumla l.uilgratliig.
New York, July 5. It is estimated that
over 20,000 mcmlcrs of the various build
ing trades unions of New York are out of
employment. This is due to several
causes, the general hard times, of course,
being au important fnctor. Another
eaiiNO, nnd one to which much significance
is attached, is the disturbed coudition of
Inttor at the present time. For the first
tune in mnny yetiM there appears to be a
general npi-nioa of "overhuuling' work
this summer. The dissensions among tho
different labor unions are the cause, it is
snid, for this, ns people are afraid to hnve
work lieuuu witiiout an assurance that it
Will be completed.
iflrrnt Traclr Ont.
There are n?out f.,(Kj bricl.lnye.-s In the
city, of n liich So pjr cent, are out of work.
When employed tln vearn t"J4 a week.
The plastcrent iiuinU r nbout the sumo
proportion of uueinployeil. Out of 3,0011
stonecutter!i nnil iikikuus nbout one-lnt!t
are employe,!. The carpenters fare better.
It is enlimiitrd there are 10.WK) of them,
with one-fourth of that number out of
work. There aru aliout 5,0 W plumbers,
two-thiriK of whom nre eii.ploynl. Add to
these the steam und gas litters and their
helper, cabinet noiLers, tin nud sheet
irou workers, over lialf of whom cannot
find employment, ami it makes tip an
army of unemployed bread winners of
o Muney to I'ny Itvnt.
The unions have hem-lit fund for doc
tors fees an :l funeral expenses, bu t none
for rent, and how the men with large
fainiliibei.st is a mystery. Where there
were three Imildingw in course of con
struction at this time two years ugo there
1 but ouu now. Tbous imls of immi
grants nru returning to the old country.
Seven stenmships last week uloue toik
unity S.I'M steeraiw passengers, while
eight arrived with but 1,318. friends and
relatives are sending them money to re
turn to their former homes, as they ure
unubiu tu obtain work here.
Fatal l:ilsiin of (iusollne.
LovisVlLLK, July 5. 15y the explosion
of gasoline at 5 West Market
street Henry Ziiuniuriuau was fatuity
hurt, his wife lost her life and their little
9-yeur-old. iwy w;u badly burned ubout
the head. Ziuiuicruiiiu had cone into the
cellar accompanied by his wife and sou
to stop a leakage from a can of gasoline.
As he entered the cellar Zimniermuu
struck a match and the txplobiou lol
luwtd. Cnnviet .Vlurilvrn Cttnvict.
I'UANKFoUT, Ky., July 5. Ueorge Mo
Gee, u Louisville rouvict, stabld und iu
stautly killed Charley Thomus, another
convict, ut the iienitentmry. The men
had quarreled and while Thomas whs eat
ing breakfast !i(jee walked up behind
bun nn J plunged a long knife into his
heart, lioth were nfgroes.
It Snonitt ba in vry Honia.
J. 15. Wilson, 871 Clay M.. Sharps
burg. Pa., says he will" not be with
out Dr. Kind's New Discovery for
Consumption. Coughs and Colds.that
it cured his wife who was threatened
with pneumonia after an attack of
"La tirippe," when various other
remedies and several physicians had
done her no good. Kobert Harber.of
Cooksisirt, Pa., claims Dr. King's
New Discovery has done him more
good than anything he has ever used
for lung trouble. Nothing like it.
Pree trial bottles at Hartz & Ull
ineyer's drug store. Large bottles
o cents and tl.
This remedy is becoming so well
known and so popular as to need no
Mccial mention. All who have used
Klectrio letters sing the same song
of praise A purer medicine does
not exist nnd it is guaranteed to do
all that is claimed. Klectri': Iiitters
will cure all diseases of the liver and
kidneys, will remove pimples, boils,
salt rheum and other affections
caused by impure blood. Will drive
malaria from the svstcm and prevent
as well as cure all malarial fevers
For cure of headache, constination
and indigestion trv Klectric llittcrs
Entire satisfaction guaranteed, or
money refunded Price 60 ts. and
tl.lH) per bottle at Hartz & Ulle-
BUCKLERS ARNICA SALVE.
The best salve in the world for cuts.
bruises, sores, ulcers salt rheum
Fever sores, tetter, chapped hands.
chilblains, corns, nnd all skin erup,
tions, and positively cures piles or
no pay required. It is guaranteed
to give perfect satisfaction, or money
refunded. Price 25 cents ncr box.
For sale by Hartz & Ullemeyer
Kunsiu Di'iiiiH-rutlc Tirknt.
Tol l.KA, July 5. Following is the ticket
nominated by the Democratic state con
vention ou a free silver sixteen to one
platform: For governor, David Olier
meycr of Shawnee county; lieutenant gov
ernor, Sidney tS. Cook, Dickson; associate
justice, J. I). McCleverly, liourbon; secre
tary of stale, E. J. Iteming, Sumuer; at
torney general, James McKinsley, lieuo;
auditor, W. E. Hunks, Kussell; treasurer,
Barney Lautrey, CUasi ; superiuteiuleut of
public iuslruction. Miles II. Wickull,
Atchison; congressman ut large, Joseph
ti. Lowe, u.slo iik t on.
KotliliiK ht ranee.
Intelligent jMiople, who realize the
imiHirlaul part the blood holds in
keeping the body in a normal condi
tion, hud nothing strange in the
number of diseases Hood's Sar.su pa
rilla is able to cure. So many trou
Ides result from impure blood, tho
best way to treat them is through
tin: blood. Hood s Sarsaparilla vital
izi'S the blood.
Hood s lulls arc the best after.
dinner pills, assist digestion, pre'
PREPARING FOR WArt.
Strained Kxlatluna ISetween Japan and
the Flowery Kingdom.
VlcroniA. B. C, July 5. The Empress
of China, eleven days from Yokohama,
has arrived. She reports that Japau is
continuing active war preparations, and
the strained relations between Japau and
China are as much a feature of Asiatic
trouble ns the Corean rebellion. Corca,
alarmed at the movements of her neigh
bors, pleads that both withdraw their
troops from her shores and warships from
The plans of Japan are secret, and as
fast as Dative papers make announce
ments about the war they are supprcssid.
Iter navy is at its brat, the coasts being
secured for service nnd everything
breathes a spirit of trouble, A cuVle. re
ceived from Yokohama, June 13, says the
government army defeated the Tog.-ikito,
recovering Senshu. The commander of
the government troops was captured by
the rebek, but his life so far has been
Have No lli-art In the btrlke.
Inmanapous, July 5. The efforts to
bring on a geceral strike here huve failed.
The number reported to huve struck has
been greatly exaggerated. The railroad
men lieso have little sympathy with the
strike anl a part of those who are parti
cipating tu it tell their employers that
they have no heart in it.
CablejKrom Qon I.ll.
Pear Gresh on One more boon 1 crave,
I trust In yonr affection
'Ti not to mntder Pole, the Knave,
Or f ut down li snrrectior.;
'Tls ri'l my crown but nieto iavc,
I write In deep dcJ?ct'o?i,
Add so a package t muflt ba' e
OI Park's Ten for my cotr pH'Xion,
treflham'ft Annwer to Oiiprn Lll.
When I receivrd your c.Hllpram
1 thmiirtit I pnre would fuiiil.
For tliuu'H I often use I'ura'A Tea,
"Ti rot f r yonr comp aint
I feared that Mre.G. vould think
Wionir about our rinneetioti,
Till on her dressr there I ssw
Park's Tea fur li-r comp'exion.
Sold by Hartz & Ullemeyer.
HELP FOR ALL.
Summer Advantages Com
In all troubles of a catarrhal or
bronchial nature, one month's treat
ment in the summer is. as a ru-e.
worth two in the winter. It is ir the
summer that nature lends her aid to
the work of the physician. The t-v.-n
temperature makes conditions spec
ially favorable for a speedy cuic.
The liability to catcliinir cold :s re
duced to the minimum. Time aid
arrain have the physicians of ,c
Scott Medical Institute urged pa
tients in desperate stages of eatanh
to wait until summer for treatment.
and they have never failed to ;irge
all who have any traces of this h'sid-
ous disease to embrace the opportu
nity which Mimnier oilers, and rid
themselves of it then, even when ils
symptoms are less distressing tt:.n
Te-tlmontals These I'ropic are Cured
Kev. M. A. llend. Bock Island. 111. Ca:a--h
llov. M. Nordetronie, Winidhull, III. Ca'.ai'riiul
Iter. M. TtlomlN'rr, Eror-tt. 1as Bron-hi,;.
Itev. J. Porlroiue. Duvenuorl. Iowa a. .-lutrh
of the Ktomarn.
br wiion hup in his rosocsion ever 1' fl tr-ti-
muniuls horn tiaiieute cnrel hi his ireutm -nt.
Now la the Time to Commence.
EVERT CL KABI.E DISEASE TKF.ATI P.
Scott Medical Institute,
Ovor American Express Co.
221 Brady Street, Davnjort, I-.iwa,
SPECIALTIES Catarrh. Eve, Ear. Srse
Throat, Lunrp; NerToas diseases. Skin d'eonQoe.
OFFICE I1OCRS-0 to 11 a. m.. 2 to 4 p. m . 7
to 8 p.m. Un Sundays the office will tic ;.eo
from 9 a. m. to 4 p.m.
3 Xew Organs, worth f 85 . . . .
1 " 135
1 2d-hand Orpin
1 2.l-hnd Piano
One Fine Orjran, almost new. worlh
floO. at $70.
One Good 7-octavc square piano.
One Good Or;nn if taken at once,
1717 Second Ave. Ilock Island.
406 Fifteenth Street, Moline.
0 s I
1 IS &
m s ? 0
& 3 ag
OS s s
is the verdict
lator i3 tho
ran pin your
faith for a
m i 1 il laxa
tive, a n 1 1
on the Liver
nc v.'. Try it.
Sol I by all
Druggist s in Liquid, or in Powder
to be takea dry or made into a tea.
The Kinr of I.lnr IfiV. -tries,
have uct ynt:rSpiti:niMs 1 .:v.r Hotm
lntorftk'lrjci f-ii!;- tci i..t,- !v ;iv it iiho
kiii,i'ail i iver iiieil'ciiii'. teiitwuleru a
iii,',;i.-nie lii-st in i, i;;.'.. . jAclt-
B3 ti Z St-fcc;;, in rr.l o-.i Tvrnr,-cx
R OPTO RE
Painlessly, Positively. Perfectly. Per
Without Surgical 0 eration ordeten
t;on from liusuiess.
o T-lV f-"T tr'0tmrnt until ear: J. I iflratw of
Ttvctnm: I 'linmir l'iiit,iiputi-n. firtiire. Figures
i-ranii ir wninr jiies pi-riniit iiiit cT:rea.
riMiii can-n wiinnui ine ue or Kuire.
Piles rt uicivid w.tauBi paiu at tLe
Medical and S.rgiSril Institute
ANDERSON Sc EOSE,
CONSULTATION IS FREE
remanent! y Iocated ic the Kyan Block, C
ALL AFFLICTED ARE WELCOME.
I)n. Anderson and Rof! are trradu&toc of the
leadinir meiiiral colleceff of this country, nod
witti U years' cx;ericuc in Lhe treatment of
CATAKKH. TIIUOAT AND LfXGS.
Thpy ncrci'fu'' treat CuuiiTh, Throat and
Luupw, dief-a of the directive orrar.!. dynjtetK
pia, liver trjublcs, constipation, chronic" aiitr
KIDNEY AND TRINABT
Tronblea tpi-edily rexnovfcd.
The mint asernvHti-d case are pjiecdi! J and
prrmaucutly eun-d by our new nictb d of treat
LADIES AFFLirTED PpfCial fttt-Ttiin piven
to all dvcutH's peculiar to women. veiy farility
and aCvnntae for the trvatment Uid bpecily ra
moval of this dbf of diHeutMiB.
Electricity Its Scientific Applica
tion. Facial l)U'mihes, as mole, mpprflnons bail
wine marks, tumon, wtQB, etc., removed by vice
BLOOD AND SKIN DISEASES.
All tronbles ans n from impure blood, scrof
ula, ecr.t'ir.a. tutier, tumor, ulcers, etc.
Cun be consulted conrlilentlv by l1tror other
wise. Xetid 4 renis for question blank. Ad-ireas
DliM. ANL'tiioOiN & liOrjJi, Kjau bkick, Duvtrj
t&c a Well
IIMI-liJ lOth En v
1'ro luces the k'nmr Kmilt ia SO lints, it uets
powerfully and qtilcUl.v. Cures n hen all otherf
taiL Y iui k men will regain their lost munhood
andoluimn will rocuvcr their youthful vi;oi
by u.Hinff V1TALIS. It nuicklv ami surely ro-
Ftores KervousiKiHii. T.ost V'ilalitv. Imiiotenev.
Niirhtlv 1' missions. Lost l'oiver, Failinp Mem
ory. Wantinir lMseapert. nnd nil efltets of self
abuse or excess and indiscretion. Wards oil
Insnntty nnd consumption. Inst on having
VITALIS, no otlii r. Cun to enrried in vest
Docket. liv mail. S1.1IO per uackofe. or six for
S&.00. with positive nriftra guarantee to can
Ut reranrt Hie ni.inry. t'ireiihir free. AUoress
JALlIlLi lir.aMIl iJUJirAHI, Ihi'SfO, 1U.
For siilo at Ecck Island by Harper House Phar
mary and Wllllnin Clendenin, DniRirist. Molina.
ns mi mm
Baths of all kinds, including
Turkish, plain, slampoo, elec
tric, electro-thermal, etc., may
bo obtained at the Sanitarium
Hath Rooms, on tho first floor of
the Harper House.
For Ladies From 9 a. m. to
12 tu. on week days For Gen
tlemen From 6 a. m. to 7:30 a.
in., and from 2 p. ni. to 9 p. m.
on week days Oa Sundays the
rooms will be open from 6 a. m.
to 11 a. ni. for Gentlemen only.
FUectrie and Electro-thermal
baths may be obtained at any
time during business hours.
Gymnasium connected with bath
ecr Jams XfrfV
TIIE TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
QhICAGO, ROCK ISLAND PACIFIC
Railway Depot comer Kifth avenue and
Tbirty-flrst reet, Frank B. Plnmmer. Agent.
Denver Limfed A Omnha.
Ft. Worth. Denver A E. C.
K. C BU Joe A Minneapolis
tjmahn a Des Moirx
t'lranha A KnOfes City
UmahaADes Koines Kx . . .
Omaha A Des Moines Ex..
Denver, Lincoln A Omaha. . .
St. l'aul A Minueapol-s
St, rani A Minneapolis....
U Joseph, Atchison A K. C.
Denver, Ft. Worth A K. C.
Kansas ("lty A St. Joseph.
tHock Islitnd A Washington.
am t ft
am t 8
um T !
! S :(ift
I nicafro r i,es noines
Arrival, t Departure. tOally.eiccptSnndaT.
All others daily. Telephone 1093.
F. H.Plume, Art.
BTJRLINOTON ROUTE-C., B. A Q. RAII
way Depot First avenue and Sixteenth
street, M. J. ioong, agent.
TRMNfL tEAvaj abkiv.
St. Louis Express i 6:40 am 7:3Spta
St. Louis Express 7:V pro V:io am
St. Paul Passengor 6.45 pm 7:55 am
Hearth-town Passenger 8:1(1 pm 10:35 am
Ster'intr Paascnircr. ......... 7:55am S:4pm
l.'nbuque Paaemrer T:h5ani b:45i.m
Sterling I'aseengrr 6:4Spir.
fniCAGO, MILWAUKEE ft ST. TALL
Pailwav Kactne. A Smthwestern Division
Depot Twentieth street, between First aud
Secoud avenues, E. D. W. iiolmes. Agent
TWAINS. Leavb. asrivi.
Mail nnd Kx;iress 7:00 am Hpm
yt.Paui Extircss 4:uo pm 11.4.am
Dock Island & Peoria Railway
Depot First Avenue and Twentieth street.
F. A. nocawell, Aenu
TBA1XS, ; I.av Arkiv
Fast Mail txprtae 8:(r, mm ";: jw
Express : 8:2 pii. 11 M5 am
aole Accommodation i:iu tim 3:tsi p:n
EDAR UATIDS ft
depot f Kt cf Eradv
ilorton, lion. Tk't A
street, Davcniwrt. J as
rnvcrport Trains. Lgv Anntva
Pa.-sencer 4 :4i pm hllj :ii am
Freight li7:SU . ni bl:t0 am
est Lii-rtv Train j tNorth. .IxiC'D.
Pusenf;er b7:1i -m hl0:4opin
" lalO:3U inn ' a5:i5aa
"No ibTi. pm
Frelcht TiS:4pm bll:4Sam
a Daily. hDaily exceja funda"'. tOoinir norh.
iUoitiK fouth end east. No. IS tuns between
Cedar lUpids and West Libetty.
To St, Louis
Leave Rock Island.
..8:05 A. .
..7:10 r. m.
Arrive St. Louis. . .
This Route affords a pleasant day
journey through the best por
tion of the state of Illinois, in
cluding the cities of Peoria
A full view of the State Capitol is
had from the train at the lat
ter place. Lunch is served on
the train vou can order what
your appetite demands and at
a reasonable price.
Another thing to be considered is,
that you are not compelled to
rise at an unseasonable hour
to take train. Ton are landed
in Union depot, St. Louis, in
due time to catch out-going
trains on connecting lines in
destination is be-
6. T. A,
How to procure ANTI-WASHBOARD
SOAP POWDER free of charge:
UI "UUii LAUI" bOAl.
Cut off the end of the wrapper
at place named. When you havi
35 nictures of our Anti-Wash
board Soap Powder, take them
u your grocer or present, mem
nt our tillie.e nnd run will rwflv
F'RF a 4-pound package, worth
25c. Wo make this lilicml in
ducement to quickly introduce
Our Lady Soap and
Anti-Washboard Soap Powder
And holds good until ail wrap
pers on which this offer is print
ed, is presented to us.
Warnock & Ralston
Soap Milkers, lwck Island.
lift wMI0 ftfe
HE RfflRRM C0I!?MC:!c,!;o( ' )
Mil FEET i THE Will Till
Luckily there are shoes enough f'trth.;.'
want them, and they all do in t'ni:, ( 'i
We have shoes for the multitude.
Good, Better and Best.
Poor shoes we don't module with. X ij;
them for us. Nothing in th r.i for :1k: v.. .
except their feet and discomfort. N
my in poor shoes. If you want ",( )( ) ). H
YICEAI3LE SHOES. STYLE and C
TORT, at Bed Rock IVices. lot us sh ; v,
Cor. Second :siicl Ila.'iion Sis.
See Our spring
Our purpose in advertising is to let e r
who buys clothing that is all mankind '
about know that our suitings are in, nu-'.
finest ever displayed in the city. You
respectfully invited to call 1 and see the
in patterns and styles.
Call and leave your order.
J. B. ZIM3IBE-,
Star Block, opposite I torpor h m
I.IV ... Mill
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
114 W. Second St., Daraport