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THE ARGUS, MONDAY, AUGUST 20, 1894.
DaOy as Weekly at UN
twiii mock Ulaad m.
J. W. POTTM,
TCKatS Dally, ea saata n wil. Weekly,
I9.no pa Mia; In advaac fl-BO.
Alt cessaBateaUoas of a critical or tifiMntt
llva caarattsr, aortbaal or rsUgloas, Boat aavs
real bbbm atucaa4 for pablloatioa. no rick
rtlclas win printed omr tcUttoM HgMtotco.
CorTmanadrass foliated from erort lownoUp
Unas isuaaa' MM.
For rVaotnr Fiuhkliu atarvfAoa
tnt Cap, of Schools. Hkbbv Ral
For Trvararcr Bimn J. CLaaerrr
Tr" M IhaCnL. 1 Pa Julia U. 8ajrrn.
v r-lty of Jlti- Tavwa C. Ciiai,
not Caivia L. Pllasahts.
( For Coanty Jsdie..
For Coanty Clark Cltn.ni Waidbabb
For Sharif Casaisa W. Hiocs
Far Traaaarcr Ctbbs W. Oobboh
For (apt of Sctools Caai.sa B.1Iabsbau.
DeaaawrBtle Canrs Inaal Coavcatloa.
TIM Dsroorralie voter h Uio rtveral counties
comprising th Teat a cotj;rcsBional district, are
requests to orad dvlrgatrB to a confrasstonal
crarasUoa to ko ktld at Bock Ularnl, 111.,
TXunJat. Aug U, IftM,
at I o'clock p. m , for ths porpo; of nominaUnr,
B caadtdaM for coefvss and transaction Back
other baslaaaa as nay be presantad for the con
dor rati oa of tho convention. The several conn
tls la ths csnfTr s.lnoal contention b tn
titlcd to reprraeaUlioa on the baa's of one del
Kate or svitv vote rat for CleTeland and
Bteranann la JWW, a follows:
fnnntlra, Votss . Del.
Ilrarr t.SJ0 IS
Kiw S.nri IB
Mrnrt l.WTJ, 111
tinea Mui. iini
arark "--M 4
WLlUtshle irm II
Total 15,33ft 76
By order cf the democratic eontrawaiooal com
mittee of the Tenth district of Illinois.
L C. Blahdi.no, Chairman.
Rock Inland. IX. AtiS. , l!L.
MuNDAT, ACGIST 20. 1394.
The umbrella trust has gone to the
The business outlook grows bright
After all their talk in favor of free
sugar, not a republican senator voted
Tub company with 15.000,000 is
fully organized to build palace cars
at M. Louis.
Li Hiko Ciiano is feeding his sol
dicrs on meat capsules put up in Chi
cago, line capsule will keep a Chi.
naman alivo tor a month.
As soon as Mrs. Lease fully recov
ers, she is going to challenge Jack,
son and Corbett at the same time.
It will be a talk-over for her.
New Yokk Mekci'kt: A scrap be
tween the 375 Japs and the 3,000
Chinese who live in New York,
would draw better than the "Wild
West1 or the best game of ball the
leaders could put up.
Society circles of Pana are all agog
with excitement since the nuptials
ox lour voung people of that city,
Mrs. Thomas Ellison, nee Miss Elsie
Hansen, to Edward Munday, and
Mrs. Edward Munday, nee Miss Liz
zie McDermotte, to Thomas Ellison.
Judge William Pierce pronounced
the former couple man and wife at
the home of the bride, while the lat
ter couple were united in wedlock by
the same ollicial. An interesting
feature of these events is the fact
that Munday's present wife was the
former wife of LlUson, and Ellison s
present wife is the former wife of
Below will lie found the names of
10 millionaires with the amount of
the income tax they will pay when it
becomes a law. The millionaires
now pav no more than a common
laborer, though they own their mil
lions. The democratic party favors
making these, and all other million
aires, pay their just share of the fed
eral taxes. The republican party is
opposed to making the millionaires
pay their jast taxes. The people
should have no trouble in knowing
now to vote upon this question:
Bet yearly Income
John D. Mnrkefollar t7.Mi.sw) li;iSi
wiiii ni w. A mi or . n.uwn i7.i
Jay Would tt. 4.01'O.ikiO mix)
Cnrnrltn Vanrierbllt 4.MM.MIO rfl.lXiO
W. K. Vanrierntlt S rnr.,cin TW.Mio
UobmII SAr 4.U,(MI WI.IHIO
Mm llrtty (treca. ......... a.usi.nw 40.MM
MomsTarlor S,ikih,im M,un
William Rockefeller s.injo.imn 6.rm
Joha Jacob Aatnr.... tU.UUO
Tko Mooe of Voteraoa.
The organizations of Sons of Vet
erans composed of tho sons of Union
soldiers and sailors and now holding
its 13th annual encampment at Dav
en port was first formed at Philadel
phia In 188, but numerous changes
have been made since then, the order
being firmly established in 1886.
The principles of the Sons arc but
vaguely understood by the gcucra
public, which holds many erroneous
conceptions In regard to the organi.
sation. The ollicial statement of
principles is as follows:
Section 1. A firm belief and trust
in Almighty God and realization
that under his beneficent guidance
the free institutions of our land, con
secrated by the services and blood of
our fathers, have been preserved
and the integrity and life of the na
Sec. 2. True allegiance to the
government of tho United States of
America, based upon a respect for,1
and devotion and fidelity to, its con
stitution and laws, manifested by the
discountenancing of anything that
may tend to weaken loyalty, incite to
insurrection, treason or rebellion or
n any manner impair the efficiency
and permanency of our national
The objects of the order are de
fined in the constitution to be as fol
lows: Section 1. To keep green the mem
ories of onr fathers, and their sacri-
i'os for the maintenance of the
Sec. 2. To aid the members of the
Grand Army of the Republic in the
caring for their helpless and disabled
veterans; to extend aid and protec
tion to their widows and orphans; to
perpetuate the mcmorv and historv
of their heroic dead, and the proper
ooservance 01 memorial uay.
6ec. 5. lo aid and assist worthy
and needy members of our order.
tec. 4. lo inculcate patriotism
and love of country, not only among
our membership, but among all the
people oi our land, and to spread and
sustain the doctrine of equal rights.
niversai liberty and justice to all.
That there is small opportunity for
any but the most loyal patriots to
gain admittance to the organization
may be seen by the following section
defining eligibility to membership:
Section 1. All male descendants.
not less than 21 v-cars of are, of de
ceased or honorably discharged sol-
lit-rs. sailors or marines who served
n the union army or navy during
he civil war o( 1S01-1SK5, shall be
eligible to membership, provided
that no person shall lie eligible who
has ever hecn convicted or any in
famous crime, or who has, or Whose
father has, ever borne arms arainst
the government of the United States
The present membership is about
fifty-five thousand in good standing.
There are 29 state or division onran-
zations, and local organizations in
10 additional states and territories
SI la IrVlae Chosen.
Mrs. Julia Josephine Irvine, M. A.,
has been chosen by tho trustees of
Wcllesley college to serve as its acting
president during next year. Mrs. Irvine
graduated from Cornell university in
la i o and was for some years a teacher
in Now York city. She was afterward
a student at Leipsic university and at
Bologna and Athens from 16S? to 1890.
In 18U0 6he was appointed professor of
lireek at Wellcsley and has held this
position until tho present time. Mrs.
Irvine has been one of the two professors
who have discharged the duties of an
eiecutivo since the death of Pre&ideiit
suaier in January, lfH4. ssbo is a
daughter of the late Dr. MaryF. Thom
as of Richmond, who was for many
years president of tho Indiana Woman
Suffrage association, a woman honored
and beloved by suffragists, i
New Jerarjr Women Cannot Vote.
Chief Justice Beasley gave an opinion
on June 1 1 in which he declares it the
aenso of the supremo court of New Jer
sey that women cannot vote in the state.
The decision is a general one, and while
it applies to all attempts of women ex
ercising rights of franchise under statu
tory provisions it is a decision rendered
in connection with the election cf road
commissioner in Bergen county. The
contest was made because at the general
town meeting the chairman of the as
sembly said that under the statute all
persons of full age, whether men or
women, who reside and own property
in tho township aud district, should be
permitted to vote, and because women
did vote, and by these votes of the fair
sex Commissioner Blake was placed in
power. Trenton Dispatch.
'Yes," said young Mrs. Milder, "Char
ley was out rather lute last night, but I
didn t have the heart to ecold him. He
was engaged in a patriotic celebration."
'How do you know" asked the woman
Whose husband was out with Charley.
"Because be came home with a lot of
red, white and blue pieces of ivory. I
don't know just what they are for, but
the colors show they have something to
lo with patriotism. Washington Post.
A Ijiwyer'a Best Fee.
"Fee simple, and tbe simple fee, -
And all the fees entail
Are nothing when compared to thee;
Tboo best of fcei-fe-male!"
1 hat Is what a lawyer wrote In his wife's aV
bam. He kept her la the best of health and hu
mor by providing her with Dr. Pierce's Favorite
Prescription for those seasons of sickness, debll
Ity and backache, which are the peculiar lot of
tbe female sex.
A minister at Okmnlgec, Creek Nation, I. T.
ays: I am pleased t o stand as a witness for
yonr 'Favorite Praforiptiorj.' My wife was an in
valid for aliont seventeen months. Every remedy
was nsel for hor health, and money spei.t in vain
bat no r lief conld be obttlned. Yonr 'Farorlte
Prescription' was recommenced to me and I ob
tained one bottle. Her health soon began to in
prove, and she was actually cared by it. It is
wonderful m? dletce. Every Invalid lady ought
to obtain it.
"Boyal Bubjr" Kyo Whisky
la a "Rys as Is a Bye," naturally ripened and
rea from all foreign flavor and adulterants, roar
an teed pare and over eleven years of age, recom
mended to tbe connoisseur as a meritorious arti
cle worthy of tbe conSdenoe of invalids, conva
lmoenta and the aired. 8ee that our name la
blown In bottle . tU.0D per quart bottle.
"BOYAL BCBr" FOBT WINE
pure, old and bmUow, therefor best adapted for
invalids, convalescents and the aged. It restores
lost vitality, creates strength and appetite, builds
ap the weak and debilitated. Quarts SI. Plate,
SO cents, rat np on nonor ana guaranteea ov
BOYAL WINE, CO, CUcaao.
For sale at Harper Boom Pharmacy, and by
William ciaaoenin. aioiine.
Children Cry for
STANDING OF THE BALL CLUBS.
Baltimore (Jeta the lal by the Karrow
Advantaira of Three Points.
Chicago, Aug. 20. The only change
shown during last week's play in the head
of the list of National League base ball
clubs is that Baltimore has gotten ahead
of Boston and is now on top of the list by
toree points, iower down Ansou'a colts
have improved their position and stand
eighth with a lead over Cincinnati of 21
point. The clubs stand aa shown below.
Clnbe riaved. Won. Lost, aunt
Baltimore.. H 1 i'J .eiv
Boston iW ttl a4 JHt
New York l7 t'J 3S .
Cleveland !4 .'3 41 Ji64
I'hilndolphia SI! 10 42 M
Pittsburg Ii7 51 7 JtK
Brooklyn !W 40 47 Jill
Cbicatro 117 40 fil .474
Cincinnati n 4:1 52 .4SC
St. Louti V 41 6S .414
Louisville 117 S2 B5 .
Waxhincrton gg 30 (lg M-t
Following are the I-ieague scoros: At
Boston Cincinnati 19, I Jos ton 6; at Brook
lynSt. Lonia 4. lirooklyn 0: at Baltimore
Pittsburg 2, Baltimore 17; at Washing
ton Louisville 4, ashiugton C; at Phila
delphia Cleveland 6, Philadelphia 11; at
Aew xork juicago b, At-w lork 4;
Oecond game) Chicago 5, New York 5
ten iunings, darkness. Ko Sunday games.
GOOD RIDDANCE FOR MEXICO.
A Bandit and His Amazonian Wife Killed
by the Soldiers.
Mexico City. Aug. 30. The killing of
the famous border bandit, Luna, and bis
wife by a troop of soldiers, forty miles
from this place, has caused great rejoicing
in lamalciis. The soldiors came unex
pectedly on the notorious couple, who
liuruocii.itHy took ruluge behind some
rocks and opened fire. The soldiers re
turned it, aud killed them both. Luna's
wile as usual fought by her husband's
side, and only censed shooting wt.en
killed. Thgy liavs committed hundreds
of robberies and six assassinations.
Killed by ilia Young I'laymate.
Dl'LlTH, Aug. 20. Arthur J. Pndiiock,
aged 13 years, was shot througU the head
and killed by Frank U. Aoust, a lJ-year-
old companion. The shooting was care
less, but not intentional. At tuc request
of Pad-lock 8 parents young Aoust was
The American beauty owes her
prestige more to a clear complexion
man to any oltier attribute. A cup
of Parks' Tea will enable anyone to
possess this. It clears the skin and
removes pinitfles and that tallow.
muddy look. Parks' Tea is used by
thousands of ladies for tbe com
plexion. Without beinji a rathartic
t cures constipation. iSold by Hartc
A NARROW ESCAPE!
How it Happened.
llf'-wili intert-sl.thp rHiioVfv i..... 1
had u u-rrihle pain at njy heart, wiii' li flut
tered almost Incessantly. 1 had no nppetiir
nnd rould tiot sleep. 1 would be rouiiieiied
to sit up in lied and belch cos from my sioiu
nch until I thomrlit every minute would lie
my lost. There aq a ft elina of oppression
Hooutinv heart, nnd I was afraid to draw a
fill! breutll. 1 couldn't swwn n room mlth-
out sitlimr down and resfm.- tint. i.u,.tr
yifu, itj mr: iivip m t-tv jieart i.ure an that
l. .1... - v . ,
is iiasi niiu 1 ieei line another woman, iio
fore usins the New lleorl Cure. I had taken
clitfercnt. so-called remedies imH he..,, iN.Bt..rf
by doctors without any benefit until 1 was
001 11 uixcouraxea ana aissusted. My hu-hand
iKiuBiit me a oottia 01 lr. Miles' Rew Heart
ure, kiiu urn nappy to say 1 never recretted
it. as I now have a stilenrllil iimwtfiM ri
Kieepwell. I weighed 125 pounds when I be-
fati Hiking the remedy, and nowl welichiau.
14 effect In niv ruin hllu he,.n fmlv maM-i.l.
ous. It far surpasses any other medicino I
nave ever taken or any oenent 1 ever re
ceived from physicians." Mrs. llany Starr,
I'ottsville. I'a.. Octolier 12 1HU2.
Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure is sold on a posi
tive guarantee by nil dructristH, or by the Kr.
lunen I'icuifTiu o., CyiKiiart. tiiu., on receipt of
price, llpor bottle, six Imttles S5, express pre
paid. This (.Teat discovery by an eminent
siiecialist In heart disease, contains neithoe
opiates nor uaugcrous urugs.
IN CHOOSfNa DRDRC5 AND
WI1X tJNK YOUR THINKS.
Deliciously Exhilarating, Spark
ling, Effervescent. Wholesome
as well. Purifies the blood, tick
les the palate. Ask your store
keeper foe it. Get the Genuine.
m 1 Mat Maws to teMinS stoaws awts
THE CHAS. E. HIRES CO.,
How attained how re
Ordinary works on Pby
aiokxrv will not tell sou :
the doctors can't or
wont : bnt all the same
you wish to know. Your
are the Kev to Life and
ita renrodnction. . Oar
lavs bare the truth. Every man who
would regain sexual vkror lout throqfch folly,
ordevelop members weak by nature or waated
bv disease, should write fur onr naalr d nouk.
Perfect Manhood. " Ko Gharse. Address
ec:e cicicu co., esffiis, h.y.
I if' iv
Franklin Falls, N. H.
Heart Palpitation, Stomach
Took Hood's Sarsaparilla and Is
now Able to Work as Usual.
"C. I. Hood & Co., LoeU, Mass.:
"Ihad becu a preat sufferer for seventeea
years. My trouble licgau Willi stomach diffi
culties, brought about by overheating the blood
and then suddenly rliaftpng the temperature by
drinking cold water. I doctored with home
physicians, but did not receive benefit. I grew
worse at times and was troubled at night by
Fluttering of the Heart.
My food hurt me considerably, in fact during all
these years I Iiave had to 1 very careful about
what I ate, ami much of the time I went with
out any supper. I became all worn out. Two
doctors agreed that my case
and I was liable to die any moment Hood's
Barsaparilla was recommended to me and It has
been the only nitvli'-lne that has given me any
relleL My heart trouble has apparently sub
sided, and there fs a decided change for the
tetter in the pains in my head. Since rommeno-
injjwuKii 1101ms tvusaparilla my food does
Dot distress me and I eat heaitilv. It tn
possible for nie to work most of the tune for a
year past I have recommended Rood's Sarsa
parilla to other? and shall always have a good
word for It on account cf the benefit It has given
me." Almon r. Coolev. Franklin Falls. N. H.
Mmm fx;!., .r. 11 ..... 111. tl .
Mioimiess, jaundice, sick headache, IndisesUoav
Painlessly, Positively, Perfectly. Per
Without Surgical Ojeration ordeten
tion from Business.
So psv for tratneTt nntil earfd. ftisrsaas cf
Rectcm: t'hron r Cont-tlpation, stricture. Fissures
rmnua or lica'iig puos penuanenur corea.
Fistnla en rod without tbe use of knife.
Piles removed wittiest pain at the
Medical and Surgical lnstitsta
CONSULTATION IS FREE
Permanently Located In the Ryan Block,
ocwuh hn anar niwa, wavenson, iowa.
ALL AFFLICTED ARE WELCOME.
Pre. Anderson and Rom are s-rariiiataa if th.
leadlna- medical colleges of this country, and
with 0 years' experience is the treatment of
cu route aieeasee.
CATAKK1I. THROAT AND LTOO8.
They snccensf jl'v treat Catarrh, Throat and
Langs, disease of the dlmetive organs, dyspep-
piB, ufw uuuuiua, wnaupauoa, enronic uia
KIDNET AND TJKIMABT
Troubles speedily removed.
The most scirravatcd cases are speedily and
iiviiumwiiu vi-mi vj vui new msaaoa 01 treat
LADIK8 AFFLICTED Special attention given
to all diseases pccnl iar to women. Every facility
and advantage for tbe treatment and speedy re
moval of this class of diseases.
Electricity Its Scientific Applica
Facial blemishes, aa moles. enmrflBona hair
wine marka, tuoam, wens, etc, removed by etec
BLOOD AND SKIN DISEASES.
All troubles arising from Impure blood,
ula, eczema. Utter, tamor, ulcers, etc
Can be consulted coundenllv bvlaataaaw
wise. Bend 4 com s tor ones tion bleak. Address
DKtt. ANDaUteON KUaJt, Kyaa bkjok, Daveo-
WaehM ZreTTthlrf Trm a Flat
Clk Euidkarohi! to Clrcna Ttnt.
No. 1724 Thud Ave
4. M. L. J PABSSB.
Telephone No. 1214.
IP W' '
THE TRAVELERS, GUIDE.
PHICAOO, stOCV ULANTt PACIFIC
Railwav Denot earner Fifth avenue and
Thirty-Brat net. Frank H. Plaauner. Agent.
Denver UaaMad AOaaa..rt ttSSaai
Ft. Worth, Denver K.C.It 4:46 am
K. C BC Joe A Mlnneaoolia :& am
8 :4ft pas
S S-KI naa
Omaha Dea Moines tt:Mia
lanwhaa KansaaCtty rrll:nam
Omaha Dea Moines x... 7:aAam
Omaha Una Motaes Ex.. lt:ao am
Denver, Uneora Omaha... SA0 am
St. Iaul MinneapoPa 6:V am
St, Paul Minneapolis.. .. ol:Sna
St. Joseph, Atchison K. C : am
Denver. Ft. Worth K.C.. 4:40 am
t 6:11 pm
t :I6 am
t 6:16 aai
Kansas City m. Joseph. 111
tKock Island Washington. I 1 :SK
tCblcaro Des Moines r 1 Kft
t :a aas
It T am
Arrival, t Departure. Dally, except Bandar.
All others dally. Telephone looi.
r. H.PttrantBm, Agt.
BURLINGTON ROUTE C B. t). KAIL
way Depot First aveaao and Kixteenlh
street, M. 1. Young, ageat.
TRAINS. taava anarvn.
St. Louis Exprem 6:40 am : pm
St. Louis Express pm 7 :IO am
St. Paul Passenger 6.4S pm T:M am
Beardstown Passenger...... 1:10 pm 10:SS am
Sterling Passenger T fiS am I 45 pm
Dubnqae Passenger Tr65atn SisSptn
Sterling Paseenrer 6:46 pm
CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE ST. PACL
Railway Racine Southwestern Division
Depot Twentieth street, between First and
Second avenuca, S. D. W. Holmes, Agent.
TRAfWf4. Lbs vs. aaarra
Mail and Express Tntl am pa
st. Paul Express 4:tO put lI:4Sam
Dock Island Peoria Railway
IV Dot First Avenue and Twentieth street.
F. A. Rockwell, Agent,
I-savt ; Anmva
Fast Mail Exurtss - ." am tflmi
Exoress S:l nm 11 ;1S am
l anle Accommodation j :10am n ia
Dvrlixuton, Cedar Rapids a
horthern Railway, depot font of Brad
street, Davenport. Jas. Morton, Urn. Tkt
Paver. port Trains.
Pswt449QiT0r oea-meeeeo oo
i4 :4u umihiu sj, am
b7:30 i m bl.iw am
WetLilertv I ra n
North, it South.
t.7:li am b10:1m
alG.SU pm a.S:laa
I hr pa
ata :45 pm ' hHiam
- W eoeeaasoaie aa
a Dailv. bDallv excrM f undav. tOolnr norh.
tOolnsr tMtuth and east- io. IS rune bet worn
Cedar Rapid and West Llbcity.
Superior Service to
St. Louis, Mo.
And Intermediate Points
We now offer to tbe public a good
route to and from tbe above cities
via Peoria and tbe Chicago, Peoria &
St. Louis Rj. as follows:
Lv Rock Island. 8:05 a m 2:30 p m
Ar Peoria. 11:20 sin 6:10 pm
Lv Peoria 11:55 am 7:45 pm
Ar Springfield.. 3:15 pm 12:45 am
Ar St. Louis.... 7:10 pm 7:00 a m
Lv St. Louis. .. . 7:45 am 8:15 pm
Lv Springfield . . 1 1 :45 a m 2:15 am
Ar Peoria 3:05 p m 6:50 s m
Lv Peoria 4:30 pm 8:00 a m
Ar Rock Island. 7:60 pm 11:15 am
Gen. Ticket Agent.
Depot foot of Twentieth St.
Rock Island, 111.
How to procure ANTI-WASHBOARD
SOAP POWDER free of charge
BUT "OUR LADT" SOAP.
Cut off the end of the wrapper.
at place named. When yon have
36 pictures of onr Anti-Washboard
Soap Powder, take them
to your erocer or present them
at our office end yon will receive
FREE s 4-pound package, worth
26c. We make this liberal in
ducement to quicklj introduce
Onz Lady Soap and
.tati-T7aahboard Soap Powdor
And holds rood nntil all wrap
pers on which this offer is print
ed, is presented to as.
Soap asalnrs. Bock Island.
fclznta DIscoTcrcd AEcrica,
We Keep It Ctcsn
Santa Clans Soap.
"zsrm msmm amm
Cor. Second and Ilnrrlson Sts.
See our spring
J. B. 7TT.TT.Ti7.-P-
J. II. SCHAAB.
Former Prices Cut in Half
We must have more room for our Fall stock;
therefore we have decided to close out our stock
of Duck Suits, Spring Wraps, Wrappers, Waists.
Trimmed Hats and Sailors at and below cost.
This is a grand opportunity for any one wishing
to purchase a Spnng Wrap at one-half its value.
You buy ripht when you buy of us
A Good, Stylish and Servicable pair of
Cost no more if bought at the right
place. We are sellers of the cele
brated Iron King Bovs' School
Shoe. They fit and look well.
Our purpose in advertising is to let everybody
who buys clothing that is all mankind Hre
about know that our suitings are in, and tic
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.
Star Block, opposite Harper house.
Cyclone Roller A.ills and
Jobber in Flour and Heed.