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THE ' ARGTJG, SATUKDAY, DECEMBER 29. 1894.'
J. W. Torn,
wtUlM wffl a trlmtot t UtiOtm I
Saitrdat, December 2'.i, 1894.
Tat lea crop prospect is decidedly
John Birxs. the Cnglish labor
leader, thinks Editor Stead's opinion
of Chicago was entirely too mild.
The flag upon the quarantine
house of Sandwich, 111., has at last
been ramored, and the small pox
scare is at an end in that place.
Awn now Gen. T. J. Henderson, of
Princeton, has shied his castor into
the senatorial ring. He is much
nearer the people than Cu'lorn, but
probably not so near the politician!'
The remains of Theodore Huston,
consul to Paso Del Norte, Mexico,
who died there Dec. 19, arrived at
his home in Macomb Christmas
night, accompanied bj the bereaved
family, the funeral occurring the lol
lowing day. It was one of the
largest ever held in McDonough
A Ji,"RT gave the widow Rosa, of
Huntsville, Ala., a verdict of $16,000
against the Western Union Tele
graph company because of the fail
ure to deliver a teletrram. Men were
after her husband to kill him and did
because her warning message was
not delivered, mat jury set a good
Let's see, when Shelby M. Cullom
was in Rock Island last fall, he said
ha had no personal interest in the
outcome of the election other than
what belonged to other republicans
he was not in the tight lor seitish
motives. He has, no doubt, left his
seat at Washington with the same
high and lofty disinterestedness he
is out on bebaii or bis party only.
A KEi-OKTEKof the Boston Herald
who ia nrosiM-ctlnc for wet cnodn in
the prohibition state of Maine, has
aUhd himself that prohibition
loewn't prohibit. In Lewiston with
population of i'&.ooo he found from
40o to 600 liquor sellers. Maine for
a prohibition state, for a state which
conceived prohibition, brought
into the world and tenderlv nursed
it for half a century, certainly chows
it it alive to the evils or in tern per
ance. nut we are not obliged to go
to far off Maine to learn the follies
and fallacies of prohibition. Our
own neighboring state of Iowa fur
nishes abundant evidence that the
plan is much more theoretical than
Immm Tu Hattas-y.
Anent the income tax the Chicago
Inter-Ocean publishes the history of
It in England:
An income tax was first levied by
the English parliament in 1642 dur
ing the great civil war. it waa
gain made an important part of the
fiscal system of the kingdom by the
younger Pitt during the French war
of 177!MH13. It was again revived
by Sir Robert Peel In 1942, and haa
since worked so well that it is re
garded as a permanent feature
taxation in Great Britain. The prea
ent British law exempts all incomes
nader 4150 ($76). From incomes
above 160 and under 400 ($2,000)
XI SO (600) is first deducted and then
the remainder is taxed. The income
from farms is taxed at the rate of 31
pence to the pound (which is
American money about 7 cents
$o of income), and all other incomes
pay 7 pence to the pound. The pro
ceeds of Irish and Scotch farms only
pay 2 pence to the pound. Opinions
are. of course, divided is to the pos
sibility ef this tax, for it is said that
the returns of incomes are falsified
continually by individuals. But
the tax brings in a revenue of over
$67,000,000 per year, and is taken
mainlv from the class best able
bear the burden of government sup
port, it is not likely to be repealed
Hew to Oct Klels.
An exchange give the following
aible advice, which our readers might
try. It is cortainlT a quick way to be
come rich: "Money makes money. No
cm ia so poor that he cannot rake np
penny to start on. Kow upon the first
day of the month deposit a cent in
bank, and on each of the succeeding 80
days of the month double your deposit.
Follow this programme faithfully, and
at the end of the month you will
surprised to find that your account will
show the sum of $6,868, TOO. 13 to your
credit With that little sum all you
have to do ia to retire and let the oth
or fallows hustle. "Pomona Progress.
Balmasios, Milton's antagonist, was
man of mild manners and quiet in
speech, bat his wife imagined be did
not do himself justice) In cuutiueiay un
lesa he called bis antagonist vile names.
Some of his manuacT'r'i ate extant.
containing abusive wiuu interlined in
bar own handwriting.
Keep your blood pure and healthy
and you will not have rheumatism
Hood's Sartaparilla rivet the blood
tMMMll, tea wan pat WMk. weaktF,
Mi f iMk Uimftum.
Ml kKwutmWlcf sag am serfs
ml MM alauala tar faMlsotlaa. M MCk
THE REIGN OF THE BICYCLE.
The rtmrt laaalm Tor tlx Wkctl bM
Liksrr to De Oat Km
What may be called not improperly
the bicycle passion has full possession
of several leading countries of the world.
England and France, notably those
parts of them in and about London and
Paris, nave been so given over to it for
some time that a large proportion of
their population come and go on their
errands of business or pleasure on a
wheel. Americans who have recently
traveled abroad have been astonished
at the general use of the bicycle there
and have been still more astonished on
returning to their own country during
the past year to discover what headway
the passion had made here. It is said
to be a conservative estimate by compe
tent authorities that during the year
now closing 250,000 bicycles have been
sold in this country, and that the num
ber of riders approaches 1,000,000.
There are said to be over 50,000 in New
York and its neighborhood and .fully
half that nnmber in and about Boston.
The latter city caught the passion from
Europe . some time before New York
did and has a larger proportion of its
population, male and female, regularly
devoted to it.
Observers of the phenomenon "
wondering whether it is merely a i ..
ing wlnm or whether it has come to
stay, whether those who have taken it
np will continue it after the novelty has
worn off or whether they will drop it
for the next new fad that shall come
along. There are many reasons for
thinking that its stay will be perm a
nent Undoubtedly many of those who
take it np because of its vogue will tire
of it after awhile, but these will not
constitute a large proportion of the
whole number. The great body of riders
find in the bicycle a new pleasure in
life, a means for seeing more of the
world, source of better health through
open air exercise, a bond of comrade
ship, a method of rapid locomotion
either for business or pleasure and
many other enjoyments and advantages
which they will not relinquish. The
bicycle has, in fact, become a necessary
part of modern life and could not be
abandoned without turning the social
progress of the world backward. Few
who have used it for a tour through the
country would think for a moment of
giving it np and returning to pedes-
trianism instead. Aside from the ex
hilarating joy of riding, which every
bicycle, devotee will assure you is the
nearest approach to flying at present
possible to man, there is the opportunity
of seeing a constantly changing land'
The bicycle is indeed the great lev-
eler. It puts the poor man on a level
with the rich, enabling mm to sing
the aong of the open road" as freely as
the millionaire and to widen his know!
edge by visiting the regions near to or
far from his home, observing how other
men live. He could not afford a railway
journey and sojourn in these places and
he could not walk through them with
out tiring sufficiently to destroy in
measure the pleasure which he sought.
But he can ride through 20, SO, 50,
even 70 miles of country in a clay with'
out serious fatigue and with no expense
save his board and lodging. ' To thou
sands of men and women the longing of
years to travel a little as soon as they
could afford it is thus gratified, virtual
ly without a limit, for a "little jour
ney in the world" can be made on every
recurring holiday or vacation. Cen
Take It Alar.
One cannot travel in Ireland without
perceiving that the so many horsepower
and perpetual catching of trains theory
of life is not one that is accepted by the
Irish people, and I do not think it ever
will be. Their religion, their traditions,
their chief occupations, their tempera
ment, all of which I suppose are closely
allied, are opposed to it
The saying, "Take it aisy, and if you
can't take it aisy take it as aisy as you
can," doubtless represents their theory
oi life, and, lor my part, u it were a
question either of dialectics or of mor
als, I would sooner have to defend that
view of existence than the so many
horsepower one. Bo far from a wise man
getting all he can out of himself in one
direction, be will, it seems to me, rig
idly and carefully abstain from doing
so in the interests of that catholic and
harmonious development which requires
that he should get a little out of him
self in every direction.
One would not like to assert that the
bulk of the Irish people are "harmo
niously developed. " But neither, if
maybe permitted to say so, are the
English or the Scotch people, and as
in reality all three probably err by lob-
sided activity or lobsided inactivity, it
still remains to be seen whether too
much perpetual catching of trains or too
much taking it "aisy" is, on the whole,
the wiser course and the less insane in
terpretation of the purport and uses of
life. Blackwood's Magazine.
A Monti Power.
Queen Victoria is said to have become
somewhat fractions, and age ia telling
on ber at last. Irritable as the queen
may be under the pangs of rheumatism
which now afflict her, no one desires to
tee her place filled by another. She haa
iept the balance of moral power in her
hare of Europe as no crowned head has
done before her or will be likely to do
after her. --Boston Herald.
When Others Fall
Hood's Sarsaparilla builds np the
shattered system by giving vigorous
action to the digestive organs, creat
ing an appetite and purifying the
blood. It is prepared by modern
methods, possesses the greatest cur
ative powers, and has the most won
derful record of actual cures of any
medicine in existence. Take only
Hood's pills are purely vegetable,
and do not purge, pain or . gripe
REX MORITUR EXSUL.
W know bo kin, no God, no master, iter" -
What wonder when jour passions know bo
When morbid, moonstruck, measureless van
The mock of nations, whirl rou faster
Toward the uttvp doom of downfall and disas
A ruin dwper than the tmfnthmripd Bra
Vainglorious fools, your chronic rnge is vain!
Birth royal is natsre's gift, as drawn or brain.
And natural right thrones high above your
Of silly months and maws, whose slender
The froth of individual impotence
Stirs to ridiculous rage that fain would rob
The mm of right to shine in heaven, if thence '
Absinthe nerves might thrill and pothouse
C. J. B. in Academy.
LANGUAGE FOR MEDICINE.
Aa Italia WaggraU That Latin He Ceee
la All Countries.
Decidedly the question of a univer
sal language of medicine is in the air.
During the last few months we have
had occasion to refer to several pro
posals of the kind. Now comes another,
this time from Italy.
Dr. E. Vitali of Bari has addressed a
long letter to the Italian minister of
public instruction. Dr. Baccelli. invit
ing him as president of the interna
tional medical congress to propone to
the organizing committee that Latin be
recognized as one of the official lan
guages at the next (Moscow) congress
and as the sole official language at all
future congresses, beginning with the
fourth from the one held this year in
Dr. Vitali's argument is, briefly, that
while all medical men have some smat
tering of Latin comparatively few know
any modern langnaga but their ow
ery few understand all the languages
used at congresses, which hence serve
to give an idea of the tower of Babel
as far as confusion of tongues is con
oerned. However bad may be the Latin
spoken, it will always, Dr. Vitali main
tains, be more intelligible than any one
modern language to the largest number,
and that, after all, is the main point.
For any one really in earnest in the
matter there need be no difficulty in
acquiring sufficient fluency in Latin for
tho purpose in view.
Dr. Baccelli has sent a diplomatio re
ply to Dr. Vitali's communication, in
which he promises to give the subject
proper consideration, etc. There, so far
as we know, the matter rests, and there.
we imagine, it is likely to rest. There
would unquestionably bo many advan
tages in the revival of Latin as the lin
gua iranca oi science, nor does the
scheme involve any insuperable difficul
Iu an interesting article in The Tem
ple Bar it is stated that the celebrated
Dr. Bozzi Granville, when he wished
to enter the English navy, bad some
difficulty about his examination at Has
lar, as none of the medical staff spoke
any European language but his own.
At the suggestion of the snrgoon of tho
Raven, whose communications with his
assistant had been carried on in Latin,
that language was employed. The Ital
ian doctor passed triumphantly. Brit
ish Medical Journal.
Mary and Her Little Pain.
Miry haa a Utile pain ;
Comes from torpid liver;
It follows her where'er she goes
Spite of all they give ber.
Like Mary's lamb, we'll tarn it oat.
Ensuring quick recovery.
By git ins Dr. Pierce's Golden ,
Medical Dtocarenr I
Sara care for blllieasness. torpid liver, consti
pation, dyspepsia, scrofula, and all blood, skin
and scalp affections. Only medicine so sure is
earatifo action that it can be guaranteed. See
guarantee around each bottle.
"Boyal Kmbf Kya Whlaky
Is a MRye as Is a Bye," naturally ripened and
ee from all fore Ira flavor and adurksraam, graar
anteed pare sad over eleven yean of ago, recom
mended to the connoisseur aa a meritorious arti
cle worthy of the confidence of Invalids, eoova
leaoenta and the a.-- se flat our name at
blown ia bottle, i' tl-i r quart bottle.
"BOTAL RUB! POST WlrXK .
pore, old and metyosp, therefore beat adapted tor
Invalids, convalescent and the aged. It restores
lost vitality, creates strength and appetite), bullae
np the weak and debilitated. Quarts. SI . Pints,
(0 cents. Put up on honor and guaranteed by
ROYAL WntE. CO- Chlcaeo.
For Bale at Harner Bonae Pharmaev. and H
wiiiiam viennwnin. noium.
Children Cry for
Answers to Correspondents.
WILL BE POl'KD IN THE
A 10 pace, 8 column Democratic newspaper.
Henry Watterson is the iditor.
Price $1.00 Per Tear.
The Weakly Courier Joamal ma kea very libera
terms to agents. Sample copies ef the paper and
Previa m Supplement sent fete to any address
The draffs which enter into ite
composition are bo perfectly harm
less that it can be eaten without
the slightest injurious effects. Trie
ingredients used in the manufac
ture of this most justly celebrated
Face Powder are selected not oniy
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on account oi their Deauuiying
properties, but also by reason of
their healing and soothing effect
upon the skin.
Empress Josephine is an invisi
ble Face Powder, which is un
equaled for smoothness, softness,
and purity, and is pronounced by
connoisseurs -'tie CSSt pACCI
In three shades : White, Flesh,
For Sale at 25c. and 50c. par En, ky
T. II. THOMAS, Drujreist. cor.- Sev
enteenth St. and Second av. and Mar
shall & Fisher, Harper House Phar
Estate of Jo"ia O'Brien, deceased.
TIM nnaorua-ncd ntvine m-en appointed e'
ntur of the laat will and teetamrat of Join
O'Brien late of the comity of Hoe I land. tnl
or Illinois, deotaaen. herebr given noil e that he
will appear before the oounty rnnrt of fcnek l-i-and
couny. at the office of the clerk of sa-d awn.
In the city of Kort Iglind.st re March term, on
the Hist Ponrtay in March nez'. at tb ch I line all
Derrone havirc claims ! ainut rad etata are no
tified and requested in atteud, for the pnrpoae of
Having ine aame aaiusTer).
Ail perrons indebted to raU estate are it-
queated to make immediate payment to the an
Dated tha 28. h dav of December. A. D . IflM.
ANDKE4 ( BK.EN, Executor.
Kstateof Hans Kin f eld t, deceased.
"ntensdersiKned bainKbeen appointed ei
trix of the last will and testament of Hans Krr.
relet, lata of the coiintr of Roca Island.
('Ate of Illinois, deceased, here' aivea notk
luai sne win appear ocrore tne county conn or
Bock Inland county, at the office of the clerk of
aid court, in the citv of Kck Island, at ibe
Match teim. on the first Hondas hi March ncxi.
at wuich time all persons bsviug elaime amies!
said aetata are notified and requested to attend
or in purpose or naving the same adjusted.
All persons indebted to said estate are re
quested to make immediate payment to the ue-
Dated this 2t h dav of December. A. D. 18M.
CANOLISE K1XF.LPT. Exec trit.
" 1 Estate of CaMier-nc Fri-y, dpceascd.
The nndersiraed bavine been s-noHitpd admin
istrator of the estate of Catherine Frey. late of
the eounry of Kock Island, Le of Iliiuoia, de
ceased, hereby eives notice tna: he will auuewr
be tore the county court or Kork Island coun
ty, at the office of the clerk of SMd court, In
the citv of Rock Island, at the February term.
the first Monday in Ftbruarv K)l. at which
time ail persons hsvine claims acaibet said es
tate are notified and requested to sru-uu for the
purpose or navtng tne same aojustea.
All peions Indebted to said estate are reuuesl
ed to make immediate payment to the nnder-
Dated this 14-h dsvor Ttrcember A. T. ISM.
WlLl I AM KRKY, Administrator.
Estate of At na M. Schoenning, deceased.
The nndersiirned bavins been annotated riro
tors of the last will and testament of Annakt.
Scboenniiig.late of the county at Bnck ipland.state
of Illinois, deceased, hereby give otice that they
win appear oerore tne county conn oi kock It-land
county, at the office of the clerk of said conn, in
the city of Rock Island, at the February term, on
the first MondsT in Kebruary, next, at which time
all persons havitur eiaims aeainet said estate are
notified and requested to attend, for the purpose
ox navina tne same aajusrea.
All persons indebted to said estate are reques
ted to make immediate payment lo the under
Dated tn.s 4th day or December. A. P 19M.
--j HUSKY iLLEMAKO.
STATE OF ILLINOIS. I
. IvOCK ISLAKD CO PUTT. I "
In the Circuit Court, in Chancery
January term A. D., l.ssfi.
JoacpB afestahoo vs Henry C. Connelly, admin
istratur. d. b. n. c. t. a. of the estate of Harsh B
Cobb. deeeaed. et al. la chancety, BUI for
Affidavit of non-residence of William P. Rnr
fles, Daniel Hnggles, Zenas P. Kugglre, (Cordelia
aiirc. Lucy 8. Mnf-siee. Wlllism U. Kufrirles,
Lydia K. Gott, Samuel D. Ruclrs, Kichard M
Rug;;le-. Edward 8. Kneules, Sarah C. Hurcles,
oriimer. K. nuppies. uaraioer Hussies, Lyilia
Faige, Cordelia Paige. Ores) Paige. Fieeerick
Allen, and the unknown heirs and dtvlsees
or Sarah B. Cuba, deceased, hsvine been
filed in tne clerk's office of the circuit court
of said countv, notice is therefore hereby
given to tne earn non-resiaert defendants th. t
the complainant filed bis bill of complaint In
said court on he chancery side thereof .on tne JTth
a ay or November, lxaa, i.a thai thereupon
a summons land out o aaix roan, wherein said
nit is now pend n returnable on the first Moa
day in the moa-h of January, next, aa la by law
required. Mow, unless yoe. the said not-resi
dent defendanta above named. Will am P. Ruf
fles, Daniel Ruvvlra. Zena P Kugelce, Cordelia
r-aige, Lucy tt. Higgles, William U. Kuggies, Ly-
aw at. uotu eamuei v. nugvies. tticnara
Haggles. Bdward a. Buggies, eerah C. Rnral
Mortimer R Haggles, tiarolaer Kugalea. L.vdta
Paige, Cordelia Paige, Oren Paige. Pnwerkk
Alien, and the unknown heirs and dinseea
of Sarah B. Cobb, defeased, and shkll aeri
ally he and appear before said circuit court
on tne nrst day or tne next term thereof, to b
bolden at Hock Island in and for the aald
county, on the first Monday in Jasuary next, and
plead, answer or dtmor to the said complain
ant's bill of eomp'airt, the seme and tne maturs
and things therein charged and a ated will be tak
en aa confessed, and a decree entered against ton
according to the prayer of aaid - 111.
Rock Island, Illinois. Nov. ST, imst.
. eSOHGH W. GAMBLE,
Clerk of aaid Ouurt.
Agents to sell our new book, TJicTioxaaT or
raiTKii Ststbs HuToar. by Krof. J. Praaklin
Jam-son. Needed by every teacher pupil and
family; indorsed by iteas a-d public Agent
ael COb'oks per wetk. So'cessfol agente will
te made get era! ageata. Bie rar.
PVBJTASI PL BUSHING COM
tauimrr write c
I Besaa, TjSasalnaaase,
leealaeaaaahy 3aw Ua
' ia s.iil JiaTpseonetaqaai,
THE TRAVELERS GUIDE.
CHICAGO, BOOK ULAITD PACIFIC
Rsltvsy DrprH corner Fifth twwit amf
Tblrty-Srst rent. Freak H. flam-wr. Agaat.
Denver Umrled Isrnsae.
Ft. Worth, Dearer K. C.
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Arrival, t Departure, t Oa"y. except BamAay.
All othen dally.
P. H.PLUBimaa, Agv
DnvtiWOTMl 10rfl-(!l. A O. BAIL-
D war Depot First avswue Bad hlxteealh
k ouna, ao-eat.
St. Loot Kxpresa Sao ami T:Wpei
St. koala Cxpreoa pa- 7 : n em
Sterling, Dannqaeesi. raai t pen - i :mm
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fletLr tDaily tept MniajN
CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE ST. PACL
Railway Racine A aeaiAweetara TMvhnoa
Depot Tw entieta street, between First aad
Second avennea, E. D. W. Holmes, Agent.
Mail and Express..
T90 am -pai
411) pmi 11:46 mm
St. Paul Express..
Rock Islaed Peoria Railway
Dens) First Averse and Twentieth street.
P. A. Rockwell, Agent.
TRAINS. Leave I
Fast Mall Express.......... 8:Wam
Expesss I 1:15 pc
He nsW'sy Frel-.-ht S:Kiam
11 -IS em
b : pm
Cable (via Sherrard) Ac....i aa
ae itooummonanoa i:4i am
Cable Accommodation . SKipm
- on hern Kailway, depot
loot of Brady
street, Dsvenporv. J as
lea. Tkt A
La-re 1 Auarra
M :4k nmiblOM am
lb7:S9 . ml blaw am
West Liberty Train-
Mono, its. -a
aiuu ma as
nS:4Atm i HSws
a Dairv. nuaiir ex cent simsT. tuoing xwtb
f Going Booth and east. o. IS nana between
Oedar Bapida and West LITBeity.
Effective Dec. 24. We offer to the
public best paBNenger serrice to
above points as follows:
Lv Sock Island, 8 05am 145pm 1:45 pm
Ar Peoria 11 30 1 m bM p aa hKlpm
Lv Peoria.. Ulpn t:lupm 8:15pm
Ar Hprlngllild 1:10 pm 8:45 pm 1:15 am
Ar St. Loaia 7:10 p m :S0 a m
Ar Jscksonrille.... 8:35pm
Passengers have ample time to pro
cure Dinner or Lunch at l'eoria
Lv St. Lean 7:4 a m
Lv Springfield .11 Son
Lv Jacksonville 7:40a
Ar Kork Island. ,A0pm
Gen. Ticket Agent
Depot foot of Twentieth St.
Kock Island, 111.
Who does not want
her washing done in
the shortest time and
neatest way is hard
to find. Those who
Get the best results,
because it is made
from such materials
that it cannot injure
the most delicate fab
ric and will save time
Follow them and you
will find you have
struck a good thing.
aSSAT ECCX ISLAUD TAB C3AP
Softens the skin, heals
chapped hands and
removes grease, paint
VscmsCat Cu Hcfctca
In no class of merchandise may as lxamif,,
and appropriate remembrances of the llolkhy
season be secured.
At Lorcnzen's Great Holiday Sale eve r thin;:
knovfn in China is exhibited. The attendant .
of those who are as yet undecided ujxm . or
more gifts is especially invited.
It VIA a avilVMJ awrs-wex
It is difficult to imagine the choice offeml.
Think of Hates from 5c to $25 each; Ciis ami
Saucers from 10c to $20 each; Salad liowls froi.i
5cc to $11; Sugars and Creams from SSctoij
per pair; Bric-a-brac at all prices. IJut, enough
has been said to show that every well regulate.
family should dispense at least one 1 1 o May
present of a China nature.
JENS LORENZEN Crockery Co.
Third and H-rrisonSts.
Something Useful . .
After you get through Looking for Bar
gains come around and buy something use
ful and stylish in
Shoes or Slippers
For a nice holiday gift of us. Our stock is
very large and complete in every detail;
therefore the selection is much greater.
: Buy now and exchange later if not right.
,ORK SOLE SHOES.
Cor. Second and Harrison Sis.
J. T. DIXON
And Dealer in Men's Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue
Gents they keep
the feet dry.
No Rubbers needed.
Bee Hive I
Of the Season
NOW IN l-KOff
CUT IN TWO.
i I W. 2nd St., Davenport. U
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