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THE ABGUS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1894.
MMM Dally sad Wawkly at !W Bacon.
iniH, Bock Ialaa4 m.
J. W. POTT,
Tmt3 Dailr, aa arata per tM. WMklr,
ll.OB par .imam; to adraccfl BO.
All comaasJcations of a critical or aqranesta
l" character, pontic! or tellgtoas, nraat have
raal mm aiUcid for pnDlieatkm. Mo inch
artlcisa win b prlctrd aver Be tit loos slf-aatarea.
OorrwsBwaweae solicited fmm rmr township
la Rock Island coast.
For Ssaatnc F-u-rK-.ni aUcrasna
Tot Sapt. of School HlT Kaaa
For Traararrr BiRKaJto J. Claooktt
TtnswMot thcTni. ( Pa Jru II. Kbits.
r-ltjr cf Iili- Tirana c. Clkxd.kix,
aoit Caiai L. Pleaiasts.
For Xsmbrr olCoogntt Jos. W.Olsow
For Mem. of Oca. A'tcaib'jr J. II. trU-ixiasa
For Const J od
Tor Crninty Clers Caiaiss Waidbasy
rorsrwr.lr chlu w. Sctcs
For Tnvaarrr Cvbv W. oosdo
For 9u.t. of School C'raklis B. Marshall
FKIDAT, St.PTEHBER 14. 1894.
Tuc straw hat seems to hare made
Aftck ail, wasn't the Maine elec
tion more of a prohibition than a re
fill Mies a victory?
The popuJi-ts ot this district have
call o.l their congressional convention
at lialva. on Sept. 22.
I.r.T's sec! Weren't elections held
in Alaharus an. I Arkansas recently?
Will some republican paper p'.ea'se
advise ns a to the outcome?
The republicans have herun e?ti
matinjj their majority in Illinois in
NoTcBiber on the basis of Maine anil
Vermont returns, which no doubt
accounts (or their wiM-eyed prophe
The soldiers of the republic are
a:rain to lijrht their camp lire south
of Iaon and Dixon's line not in the
spirit f hostile invasion as in the
lays forever gone, but in friendly
acceptance of the generous hospitali
ty of Kentucky's chief city. The
next U. A. K. encampment meets at
Acroi:rio to the Chii aL'a Record
Mr. MacVeagh during a recent visit
to Europe, bought an English collar
tutton. It is presumed this fact has
lieen carefully concealed up to date,
saia the lVoria Herald, as no repub
lican paper nas assailea mm on this
point. It will now be given as a rea
son why ho should not rrpresent Illi
nois in the United States senate, and
is really a stronger one than the ones
so far brought against him. The
heaviest indictment so far is that he
uses good English language, is a
clean man and a man of brains.
Oi-timist Df.i-ew and Pessimist Mc
Kir.ley should get together as soon
as possible and agree cpon a cam
paign program. Here are two con
spicuous republican oracles one
predicting that the country is going
to the everlasting smash and that we
are all going to be irretrievably
ruined, the other prophesying con
stant improvement and an entrance
"on upon such an era of glorious
and wide-spread prosperity as the
country has never yet known. This
won't do at all. A high tariff house
that is divided against itself must
The Work fjf CoagreM.
In his opening speech in the
tieorgia campaign at Atlanta Speaker
Crisp said in reviewing the work of
the late congress:
While we have not done all we
hoped to do, we have done more in
the past year to redress the wrongs
of the peopie and we have done more
for their relief than was ever done
by any party in the same length of
time in any country under the sun.
These are bold words, yet I hold my
self at all times ready to defend
them. Coming into power at a time
of panic, when business was at a
standstill, when labor was unem
ployed, when our treasury was
empty, with courage and fidelity, we
entered upon a struggle with the en
emies of the people; we emerged
from that struggle victorious in this:
"We have repealed the McKinlev
We have greatly reduced taxa
tion. We have made living cheajxr.
We have made all money taxable.
We have taxed surplus incomes.
We have restored freedom of elec
tion. We have reduced public expend
iture We have declared undying bostil
itp to nil trusts and monopolies or
ganized for the suppression of the
On these foundations 'we build
our house;' on these issues we go be
fore the public. For them we have
fongbt the good fight; to tbem we
have kept the faith, and of them we
have no fear.
Tor lea la IUInoU.
St, Lob'. Republic
Some of the republican newspapers
of Chicago object to the use of the
word tory as describing the political
character of the republican party.
They are especially severe in con
demning Mr. MacVeagb for his use of
the term. But the Republic sees
much to commend in the employ
ment of a designation which comes
nearer fitting the republican party, as
at present organized and controlled,
than any other which should be used.
The tory party of England levied
taxes upon the people of this coun
try for the benefit of individuals and
classes. The republican party has
done the same thing. The tory par
ty stands in English politics for the
doctrine that if the entire people are
taxed for the enrichment of a class
the class thus enriched will give the
rest of the peop'e employment and in
other ways see to their meat and
drink and wherewithal thev shall be
clothed. The republican partv
stands for and represents and has
vigorously enforced the same idea of
government in this country. The
tory party of England, in its'opposi
tion to Irish home rule, the parish
councils bill and other measures nf
local government has proclaimed
useu againsi me ngnt oi tne people
to undisturbed control of their da
mestic affairs. In this countrv the
republican party occupies the same
position in its attitude toward the
question of state rights.
Mr. MacVeagh is peculiarly felici
tous in his use and application of the
name tory." He cannot overwork
it in Egypt, where most of the voters
are reuuine American descendants
of revolutionary fathers, ami where,
accordingly, the tory is placed in the
same category with the devil and the
In Chicasro the sirrnificanoe of the
name and Mr. MacYeagh's use of it
may not be understood, but in the
American section of Illinois he can
not use it too often to arouse the en
thusiasm of his audiences.
Ammunition In Africa.
"All of the native t'canda soMiers,
I notice, had w-Il fiil.tl cartridge belts
round :hi ir waists. In mv imxxvnce.
as I thought of all the thunders of the
general net r f th Brussels ooi.ft rej.ee
and all the ottliiwric-i-s, enactments and
regulations which had bon published
thereafter by difnri'iit powers havicg
pt-ssious on the African c.ui-t, I won
denxl how, in the wry cvhUt of Africa,
tlu-se poople were enabK-d to keep thei:
U lts so well i pk-uishi-d with cartridges
of different and of the EK-t modern
"I bad not Uvn a month in the coun
try before I learnd that, for tbuso who
had the wherewithal to trade, pans.
powa.r. leaa and all the instruments
of destruction theronnto appertaining
could be as easily purchased in Uganda
as In all MalL" "The British Mis
sion in Uganda, IMS, " Keunell Radd.
low Try Itui
It will cost yon nothing and will
surely uo you good, if you have a
cough, cold, or any trouble with
throat, chest or lungs. Dr. Kind's
New Diseoverr for consumption
conirhs or colds is guaranteed to jrive
relief, or raor.ev will be paid back.
uiierer? ironi la grippe found it Mist
me msng anu unuer its use had a
speedy and perfect recovery. Trv a
Sample bottle at our expence and
i ' . . .
learn i.r vourseu jusi now gooa
thing it is. Trial bottle free at Hartz
and Ulnicver's drug store. Larjre
size 5'Jc and (!.
S. H. Clifford, Xew Castle. Wis.
was troubled with neuralHa and
Rheumatism, his stomach was dis
ordered, his liver was affected to an
aiarming degree, appetite fell awav
and be was terribly reduced in Cesh
and strength. Three bottles of elec
tric bitters cured him.
Edward Sheppard, Harrisbur"-. Ill
hail a running sore on his Icr of
eight years' standing. Used three
bottles of electric bitters and seven
bnxes of Buckley's Arnica salve, and
his leg is sound and well. John
Spcaler, Catawba. Ohio. had five large
lever sores on his leg, doctors said be
was incurable. Oi.e "tattle Electric
Bitters and one box Buckiev's Arnica
salve cured him entirelv. Sold bv
Hartz & Lileniever's drug store.
EI'C'KLEN'S a kmc a salve.
The best salve in the world for
cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt
rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped
uiiuus. iuuujuin5, corns anu ail skin
eruptions, ana positively cures
pwes or no pav reqnirca. it is guar
anteed to give perfect satisfaction, or
money refunded. I'rice 25 cents per
t , 1 T , . ,- .... 1
uo. rorsaie ov iiariz flc uiiemever.
IllluoU Gwol 1 no Jilnrm.
DECATflL Scut. 14. The Illinois irrnnit
lodge of Gjod Templurs elected cfHcers as
follow: Grand chief teninUr. Uriah
( V T i n .1 r l.nrlji- crrnT.fi ftp l,mnlp T-'.-.
Gunu, Jacksonville: grand counsellor,
George F. iSenrs, Chicago; grand secretary,
K. J. llazlctt, Hockfurd; grand treasurer,
J. 1L Kaiuej.
TrItnJ to Kill Herself.
MltPDThBoUO, Ills., Sept. 14. Mrs.
Ann Kogera, sister of the late General
John A. Logan, took a dose of morphine
with anicidal latent. ,Irs. Ornisby nod
Kilis were called in and through their
efforts it is thought her life will be saved.
XJntpoodeucjr is supposed to have caused
Ashore Kear Alpena, Mich.
ALPENA, Sept. 14. An unknown staatn
twrge went ashore In a gale at North
Point. Her shnials ot distress were seen
and the tug Italph, with the llfeaving
crew on board, went to her assistance.
There was a gale blowing from the south
east and b heavy aea was running.
The Latest Charade.
My Bnn If be wonld fain Micced.
Suit tfve and keep my whole;
atj verond remedies bftTe fared
The life of mny s son ;
Mr third is wbst my whole will be,
Thv saes or us roll :
My fourth my first woo't need t fill
If yoo will lake ny whole.
Tbe answer is coe of the best renetMcs for fe
mile troubles ever known. For periodical paics
excessive Aowins;, prolsptns, bearing down, in-
llanimation. nervous headaches, snd all diseases
resulting from "fesjale weakness. There la
nothing so go-id as Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre
scription. The onl r remedy so certain In results
thst can be sold nnder a guarsntce. Money rc
f anoed if it doesn't cars.
Colonel Thomas J. Dolan, a wrll-knriww
Chicago politician, has been nrononnced
itisaoa bj a jury and sent to tbe asylum at
The Poatof&ce Clerks' National associa
tion, in semion at Dostoo, baa elected
these officers: President, Benjamin Park
hurst. WashinctOD: first vice Dissident.
Patrice M. Sraronev, SL Paul; second vice
preslJont, J.,aa J. Learv, Brooklyn; third
vice president, J. F. Cougblan, lioston;
treasurer, tv I. 1J -iiton, New York; secre
tary, W. E. Crunibacker, Chieaso.
Germany leade the list of beer proiue
lngcnuntries,according to the trade report
for 1833. just published, with l.ti.l32,07
gallons, an increase of over K4, 003,000 gal
lons over 188-J.
A committee representing holders ot
whisky trust rebates who have been un
able to get their money has brought suit
to recover the money. There are about
$1,800, 003 rebate certificate outstanding,
and many of these certificates are unpaid
because ot alleged infringement ot con
tract. Judge James B. Doolittle has been nom
inated for congress by the Democrats of
tbe first Wisconsin districts
Tbe track of the Mexican National rail
road has been washed away by floods in
northern Mexico and all traius are tied up.
EUleben, the birthplace of Martin Lu
ther, is sinking into the moor upon which
it is built. Measures have been taken in
recent years to drain the bog. without
avail, and the inhabitants are seriously
thinking of ab todoniag the town.
Marshall II. Abbott, an extensive real
estate operator at Salem, Mass., has failed
It is said Madeline Pollard has abtn
donsd her notion of going on tbe stage. It
is asserted tiiat manng.-rs in twenty or
more principal towns declined to book her
under any circumstances.
In Melbourne, Australia, the Bev. Dr.
Talmace was the v;ctim of a pickpocket
who "worke.!" h itu and another clergy
man for about Vj.
The wage scale of the green glass work-
ei has been revised on the basis of 14
per ceut. reduction from last year's
Froude, the British historisn, is so ill
that bis life is believed in danger.
Four thousand Mohammed ins and Hin
doos engnged in a light at Bombay, be
cause the Mohammedans did not like the
muic ot a Hindoo procession that was
parsing a mosque. Only one death re
sulted. Shot by Ills Hunting log.
New Ouleaxs, spr. 14 Samuel Cal
derone was shot aad fata lly wounded by
his pointer dog while out hunting near
this city. I'aidcroue shot a bird, stood
his gun against a fence and climbed over
it to get his game. The dog attempted to
climb tbe Xt-uce also, and ia duing sc
caught his feet on the trigger and dis
charged the gun, sending a load of shot
into Calderone's lett side, immediately
around the heart.
In a Receiver's liands.
TKEXTOS, Sf pt. 14 -The Mehrkol Brkk
Manufacturing company of Little Ferry
has gone into the hands of a receiver. The
application was uuide by Mehrkof Bros.,
who own all of the 44,0iu capital stock of
the company. The liabilities nrc given as
f 1T,5U0. Assets consisting of tbe plant,
175 acres of clay land and rl",i.VJ ia partiy
Tii-port About Ur. lonklin Denied.
CAsiiPi-Lls. Mich., Srpt 14 Tba report
published ia the papers that Dr. Conkiiu.
the missing physician, had been seen in
Chicago, where he was held for ransom,
is officially denied. There are absolutely
no new developments in the case, and the
sensational report that he had been found
was started by sjiu6 rson desiring noto
riety In connection wita the case.
Export of Ureadstuffs Compared.
WasIiinutoS. cpt. 14. Statistics com
piled by the bureau of statistics show that
daring August our exports of brendstuffs
amounted to ilU,!Cl,oJ5, against J,63j,
'A a year ago, and tor the eight mouths
ended August last to t 325,714. against
123,JCl,l0i; fur the corresponding period of
Fresldeui ImpruTrng ttis Lana,
Bt'ZZAlUJS Bat. Mass., Sept. Tha
president is making imiirovn.nrs
land near tiray Gables. What was once
i-!ly poud is beittg cleared out and will
be filled in, gradsd and made otherwise
BurwuTe. me woriLiugmen lonud a
curiosity in the shape of a pipe iinbeded
ia the earth some six feet below the surf
ace. The pipe is about four inches ia
length, with Indian rhHrnf ti.ni cut. iIikm.
On. 1 L is KlinnfMPlt tn 1. ,oo vuu
I I - - V ' V . .'J ,CUi,
. . 1 .1 ' t ) , , .
"iu. ii. in i.i oe giren xo .Mr. Cleveland.
lort Mcllenrj teuteiini:U Celebration.
Baltim jue, Sept. 1 4. .)ver ltj,0.J0 peo
ple crowded about old Fort McHenry at
the centennial ctiebrstinn Ti. . l..r-'-o ,,r
every steamboat and sailing vessel ia the
naruor couimauaing a view of the historic
buttleuieuts were covered with enthusias
tic citizens, whose shouts mingled with
the roar of the sunt in utliit t ti,u Kt
Spangled biuiner as the flag was raised to
iu tup oi uie oiu sum.
Kptdcnilc of Tyiboid t'vver.
Dattox. O., Sept. 14 The drouth Las
left an epidemic of typhoid fever throngii
authe upper Miaim vallev. At Piuua.
one day this week, eleven corpses were
awaiting burial, most of them from the
prevalent Itver. The same day deaths
were reported fr Joi all over Miami couuty.
Mrs, Emma Morgan died in Trov. leavinir
the two oldest of her eight children ill
iu uw lever.
t-truck Against Mou -Vnlou Mas.
CflitAUO, Sept. 14. A central strips
was declared ou the big Marquette build
ing at Adams and li.-arU.n. iru.i. ...i
&0 members affiliated with the Buildings
x runes couueu immeuiately quit work.
The emplcymejit of uou-union electric
workers by the Edison Electric company
uiucu iu strike.
lied list for atollL
LOKDHK. Sent. 14. A r1in:kti 4mtm
Koius says that Cardinal ftiMwin. ...h
ArchbUhop Corrigan will be present at
eousiswry . in isecemuer when Mgr.
Satolli Will receivo-nlui m.i 1... 'I I.-
cardinal will then leave for the United
Rudy's Pile Suppository is srnaran
teed to cure piles and constipation
ur money reiunaea. rirtv ents rer
box. Send stamp for circular and
free sample to Martin Kudv, Lancas
ter, Pa. For sale by T. H. Thomas
nd Hartz & Bahnsen, druscrigts.
Bock Island. 111.
Children Cry for
A STRANCE CASE.
Kow an Enemy was Foiled.
The followln ersnhlr statement will he
rsil Fit n inu-ne inttivt: "I can not d'rliw
tlir nnnih orp )iv sensation that eMlei In my
srins. hands and 1 es. I had lo rub and 1m s
tliiwc pii ti. until tuey were re. tiovcr'oni
in a nirn.-ure the cieud fpcli"? that had t.'ikt n
nK-sts.ion of tht-ni. In aduitiou, 1 had a
strung mtane.s iti my back and around my
ai-t. together iih an lnlsTil)a'i.le 'tinu'
f i itiri in my stms-h. I'iiysieinns said It
c ri"iins paraiyis. from whirh. mirl
tnrr to tln-ir univnil ronelusiou, there i no
relief. ti:ire it 1.,-tens u:u a nrr4a, tliy
say, i; rtiiiiinii-s it insidious pr unt;l
1t t-a'lm a ital point and the uiKrfr dtp-.
Su-li was riiy pnHjm-t. 1 hud bevn doctoring
a y.:ir and a half te.xlily. but with no par
ticular tx m fit. hen I s;i an dvcrti-4 m nt
of It Mills' li-storative Nervine, procured a
iMMtleaad Ix-cn tiing It. M:ireous It
may soim, but n torn bny had pa- d tH-loro
every hit of that rrerpy fielin had Irft me,
and there his not been even the sllchb-st
indication f its return. I now feci as
eil as I hit did. and h.tve gained ten
poiimis In vright. though 1 had run ilono
tnm 17 to 1 . r'our other have uod lr.
Ml:i-s iUMo:-ative Nervine on my rtxYimfD
d;;.on.H-.d it hx'-bei n assatUfartorr tntheir
cass In ritne." Jamt Kane, I.a Itue. IK
I'r. Miles iutomtive NiTvim lsK'.d by all
drti?eir,ts n a vv-Uive cuaranTce, or si-nt
direet by the Dr. .Milt-s Mcdi-al i n, Eikhart,
Ind.. on receipt of priiv. il i r Nntlr. is
bottl for c i-.re-. prepalJ. ll is fre froia
oniatca ur cucc'cixiu urui;s.
Fainlesslv, Positively, Perfectly. Per
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'o pT fir trsrnei t until enrtd. P ssos ef
Rectnra: Chronic (.'otit pauon. strictnr. Piseores
Prartas or iu-.-.mt; j.iies p.ruuiccUr cn?isl.
r:.tn:a enTvl w'.tfcor' the ne of knife.
Tiie riinoved wiUkoat pa:u si the
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TBS TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
fHICAQO, BOCK ISLAND PACiriC
Railway Depot eomsr Fifth arenae sad
i Biny-am met. r raaa ttu namtarr, seem.
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OmshaA Des Moines
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ScMd avenncs, K. D. W. Hnlmt-a. Agent.
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. Dt pnt First Avecce aad Twentieth street
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Lsdar Kapids asd West Libeity.
Tiy it once and you will -like IhoiK-J
of other housewives - use no olW
Come to Us
Superior Service to
St Louis, Ao.
And Intermediate Points
We now offer to the public a rood
route to and from the above cities
via Teoria and the Chicago, Teoria &
St. Louis Ry. as follows:
I.t Rock Island. 8:05 am 2:20 pm
Ar Peoria ll:2oam 5:40 pm
Lv Teoria. .... .11:55 a m 7:45 pm
Ar Springfield.. 3:15 pm 12:45 am
Ar St. Louis 7:10 pm 7:00 a m
Lv Et. Louis 7:45 am ":15 pm
Lv Springfield.. 11:45 a m 2 15am
Ar Peoria 3:05 p m C 50 t m
T o Pan.!. A o C.A. -
' - - v ,. j ' iu n a 111
Ar Rock Island. 7:50 pm 11:15 am
Gen. Ticket Agent.
Depot foot of Twentieth St.
Rock Island, 111.
How to procure ANTI-WASHBOARD
bUAf I'UWUKR free of charge:
BUY "OUR LADY SOAP?
Cut off the end of the wrapper,
at place named. When yon Lave
35 pictures of our Anti-Washboard
Soap Powder, take them
to your grocer or present them
at our office and you will receive
FREE n 4-pound package, worth
25c We make this liberal in
ducement to quickly introduce
Onr Latltr Saan anrl
Anti W-uhboard Soap Powder
And holds good until all wrap
pers on which this offer is print
ed, is presented to us.
Warnock Cl Ralston
There are hundreds, yes,
thousands, of people in
and about the tri-citics
that we can fit. and they
don't know it. You all know, and we have i ,:7
many times, that we have SHOES to f t you
one, and that we are willing to take all the j.alr.s
to please and :
Will ycu just c .r
make your v. arts
to us ?
IS AIL Wfi ASK.
Special Department for Ladies
Cor. Scconti anil Harrison m.
See our Fall
And Winter Suits.
Our purpose in advertising is to let evcryl
who buys clothing that is all ir.ar.kind h
about know that our suiti.-.js are ir. and
finest ever displayed in the city. Ycu
respectfully invited to call ar.d see the !a:
in patterns and styles".
Call and leave your order.
J. B. ZIMMER;
Star Block, opposite Harper ho
J. M. SCHAAB,
Cyclone Roller .Wills and
Jobber in Flour and Heed.
Fall Styles 1894 Sailor Hi
-Victoria- Sail.. r, in Us vr and silk crows, in mL.-.
nlack, navy and blown; our price
-Xewnort bailor, in satin crown, in' Vli the it a l.i .
sna.les: our price
Knox" Sailur. in satin crowa. in ill ihe'lea lin !.. ! -.
r pru-e "
Daisy " Sailor, in ca.hmere'. Vn i:Vt he 'lead in" ' " tin ! .
llaymarkef WAinc iut'.'l'n" "satin Vro'wn': '..'ur j., i, .
romenade" Walkinj Hat. iB".'l 'ihxd'i' 'in"ir I,
J elties in Cloth Capes
j and Silk Hoods.
4 Our early importa-
1 tion of Pattern Hats
2 are arriving daily.
4 and Jackets
All the latest nv
II4W. Secca. Street. DIVEKPT.ICM.
Soap Itaktis, Kock Island,