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THE ARGUS. SATURDAY, AUGUST 24. 1895.
TIIK FI r.I.KUTOX CONSUMPTION CURS; offers yon a positive rnrc in the early
i;i-s of IiiIm r nliisio. At last a scientific remedy anl mode of administering has been
li-riivi-ifil oiip that is n-.isonable. mid aiijicata to the intellitfonee of the tiw. A sMi-ilic
i ii-tii!I- (iiTiiiiehii', introduced directly into the rapilliiiry circulation liyiioderuiically.
'I lie remedy i "tiirkly alisotlMil, parried iy the veins into the right side of the heart, from
thence into the lime, romim; in direct contact with tlie disease and destroying the eriu,
or lui-illa. For full particulars, testimonials from physicians anil patients, call at ofli.-e,
N. InT cast fourth street, D.ivenKrt, la. OftVc hours S to It a. ui., 2 to 5 p. in. Ctiu
ITHI ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC!
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. IN FREE GIFTS
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AddrrMMt The Ttvloe-n-AVerk Rrpnblle, Republic nallt1lAt St. LoiU. 3
UKATIN J AND VEKTILATINQ KNQINEEBS.
112 and 114 West Seventeenth street.
Has the most replete line of new patterns in imported
and domestic suitings in the city.
1707 SECOIu AVE1UE.
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" DIRT DEFIES THE
IS GREATER THAN
V7.10. harfl bn itlFtrlbutcl to mib
tX. IX-l iH l:KIM"UL.lO r.ho sent in
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ft i.K.iT.'i, will h: ofTred S iemtKr rut-
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20 Ore yenr K-hf!:rhip flitomry dt-t.irin.-r.o
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21 i.i.tiTvI Tip tnket to lHm'er via
2! Ifrii-h-l'!a1inir Shotgun
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in .u-i"h in I; $10 eai-h
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r'iii r.nerninc. $1 e;n U n.) ;
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rv. !.tT. M Cmm Tobnin'., $1 ea 4i.no
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k,ivxi. Jv.V.M iUTAL, tbl..M.
RECEIVES A GIFT.
of th KtH-'inl nift lifted above must send S
TOLD ABOUT TOWN.
A Letter From the Fatherland
, Causes a Separation.
HE HAD AI0THEE
Aad Be. S OUeavtw. It anil Depart.
With liar Iabat Child. UiThllns th.
floaaahaid KlEtcta Other Iaterestans
Confasioo prerailed in little
home whose surroanding8 eviilnceil
happiness prevlotisSy the other aflT
Dooh. Tears roiled down the wife's
cheeks as she departed conveying m
iatant in her arm. She had just
liaished an upbraiding of her stal
wart protector and bade him cross
the safted waters to the abode of his
lirst and betrayed wife. The couple
had 'arrived at an agreement concerning-
the division of their posses
sions each to have an equal share
and they parted, probnblj forever.
Thus terminates a spicy romance of
love and unfaithfulness. A few
years ago there was undoubtedly a
solemn parting of a young'married
couple on the shores of the father
land. He came to ltock Island an
honest looking young fellow, to all
appearances not burdened vitb the
responsibilities of matrimony. lie
oventually secured employment as a
carpenter and pursued his vocation
industriously. His acquaintances
wero kept in total ignorance of his
family relations little they, espec
ially the young lady whose confidence
he won, knew that his connubial bans
were attached to a fair one on the
other side of the deep. The friend
ship of a young lady was cultivated
and this gay deceiver capturcl n
prominent place in her little heart.
They enjoyed one another's com
panionship for a reasonable
length of time, and his proposition
to clinch forever the hand of his
second sweetheart was accepted.
The marriage was celebrated and
they went to housekeeping. Life to
all appearances was enjoyed with all
due happiness by the twuin.
Time passed and an addition to
the family arrived. Probably he
was not as communicative and
prompt with his foreign charge rs
expected by her, for wife Xo. 1 be
gan making diligent imiuiry. This
became known among some of wife
No. 2's acquaintances and flew
around the gossips. It was not long
before Mo. 2 was furnished with the
facts, and when the husband arrived
home one day there was a scene as
Well Earned Satisfaction.
Some people will discommode
themselves and even buffer in a sente
in order to avenge their feelings over
trivial matters. For instancc.consid.
er the foolhardiness of a man in vow
ing neve; to ride in a street car
because he was compelled to wade
through snow drifts, one frosty
morning when it was impossible to
readily resume traffic. Yet such a
persotiage exists, ami he walks to
and fro between his residence in the
extreme portion of this city to his
employment in the business district
every day, whether pleasant or in
clement.. He, of course, views It as
a source of satisfaction to himself
and a loss to the railway company.
But his vengeance is often well
22 Sels Pierce and Gust Lutd
quist to Dora Linder. -n 40 feet lot 0,
block 8. Pitts, Gilbert & Pitts' sec
ond add., Molinc, $ 700.
E. H. Guyer to Nels Carlson, lot
8, block 6, Fairmount add., Moline,
J. W. Quinlan to Alice Quinlan,
lot 9, first add. frlgewood park. Kock
Alice Quinlan to J. W. Quiclan,
lots 1 and 4, block 12, Chicago or
Lower add.. Rock Island, $1,400.
George Schneider, by heirs, to
Theresa Meyer, f lot 1, block C,
Bailev & Boyle's add., Rock Island.
George Schneider bv heirs, to V.
F. Oswald, lot 6, block 15. Spencer &
Case's add., Kock Island, $5,000.
George Schneider, by heirs, to A.
L. Bonnewitz, nl lot 1, block 6, Bai
lev & Boyle's add.. Rock Island,
22 Estate of Kattetina Kirsch.
Letters testamentary .issued to Con
rad S. Kirsch. Bond filed and ap
proved. 23 Estate of Clarke H. Buford.
Final report and report of distribu
tion filed and approved and estate
Estate of Katharina Kirsch.' In
ventory filed and approved.
Brerywhere W. do
We find some one who has been
enred by Hood's Sarsaparilla, and
people on all hands are praising this
great medicine for what it has done
tor them and their friends. Taken
in time Hood's Sarsaparilla prevents
serious illness by keeping the blood
pore and all the organs in a healthy
condition. It is the great blood pur
Hood's Pills : become the favorite
cathartic with . everyone who tries
them 25 cents per box.
Clad ThUng to Asthma Banaran.
Lawson" Elvidge, of Barrington,
HI., states he was cured of chronic
asthma of long standing by Foley's
Honey and Tar. It gives positive
relief in all cases of asthma, so that
this disease, when not completely
cured, is robbed of all its terrors by
this rreat remedy. No sufferer
should be without it SOccnts. Take
o substitute. Sold at M. F. Bahn
sen's drag store
AN EXPRESSMAN'S HARVEST.
Oarer Thlac Uia Northrra. Soldier. 8rat
Ilome From the War.
Thn grcctcst harvest reaped by the
principal express companies was during
tLo late war cf the rebellion, wlieii e-
erytlungwas sent and received by ex
press, no matter what tho cost. The
writer of this sketch had a varied and
somewhat tedious experience in the busi
ness during that protracted disturbance,
and was witness to many scenes of som
ber auA many of a humorous character.
These were mostly seen in the returns
from the seat of war just after a battle.
Sometimes after a victorious Federal
action, r tho capture of a rebel town,
tho officers, as well as the men, made a
practico of Rending home trophies they
had captured. These often were house
hold effects of comparatively little val
ue, and cost the. recipients nt homo n
largo tax for" express transportation.
Sometimes live stuck.was sent, consist
ing largely of dogs and donkeys, some
times a singing bird, or fowls of pecul
iar breed. On cno occasion a stalwart
negro fellow was received at tho Boston
office, sent by an officer who found he
could do nothing els with him and
thought ho might be of nso on his farm
at home. Tho grinning darky had a card
firmly fastened ubent his neck, giving
tho address where to laud him, with this
direction: "Feed and grnb this nigger
all that he needs. "
It was 6ad, however, to seo tho
rough boxes often piled tip ontsid the
ofilco containing tho remains of the
boys in bluo Kent home for burial among
tlio scenes which they had left a short
timo before for the southern battlefields.
Theso rqlics often proved a burdensome
cot-t to their bereaved families at homo.
Wo wero always glad to forward remit
tances of money to tho oftentimes dis
tressed ones at home. The business
tsiusacted by some ,f tbo big expresses,
Adams & Ca, for instance, was of enor
mous proportions, and added largely to
tho wealth of many proprietors, tho ter
riblo war proving a godsend to them at
least. Boston Transcript.
Tb. Smoker'. Paradtas.
Tho -w hole Philippine archipelago is
tho smoker's paradise. Quantities of to
bacco of tlie finest flavors grow in tropio
luxuriance on the uplands, and every
cno is an adept at smoking. Boys and
girls of 10 uso tho weed hourly and roll
their own cigars with tho deftness of
their parents. It is a common sight to
seo in the streets of Manilla father and
mother sauntering along with enormous
cigars in their months and followed by
five or six children, varying in ages
from 10 to 20, all smoking. At tho lit
tlo theater in Manilla, where a few per
formances are given in each winter's
season, every one f mokes, and the roof
is so arranged that tho smoky air can
pass qmckly away. In every homo,
whether in tho country or in tho heart
of Manilla, there are always heaps of
dried tobacco leaves, tied in bunches,
upon the floor or in a shed near the
house, and the provident Tagal lays in
a stock of tobacco' lor household pur
poses several times a year as carefully
as tho American does the family supply
of totatoes or flour. Strango as it may
seem, very littlo tobacco is exported,
and tho reason given is that tho Sp:ui
iii, for their own reasons, have dis
couraged and rained the exportation of
the weed. New York Times.
Tho streets of Galveston aro not mere
ly lettered liko tlu.v3 of Washington,
but in Galveston they name some of
tho streets with half letters. This pro
duces such an astonishing system that
ouo reads on the carts that milk can be
had on l'-aiul-a-half stm-t and eggs aro
for sale between N and N -and -a -half.
Presumably wick! persons do not mere
ly livo iu L. as they do in Washington,
but give their addresses as iu L-aud-a-half.
. Aciiuo I is tho finest street to
look at in Galveston, but J nvcuuo is a
tumble down countrified road, with grass
growing in the wagon ruts. New York
A Unco Fad.
An enthusiastic admirer of Victor
Hugo has mado a collection cf all the
black and w hite and colored tHirtiaits of
tho poet that ho could find. Altogether
they number nearly 4,000, of which
about 2,500 are caricatures and car
toons. The collector, M. Bcnvc, has also
gathered together with inlinito pains fu
uuiiierablo pipes, caues, tobacco jars,
bottles, scarf pins, handkerchiefs, even
cakes of soap, on which the head of the
An Italian Betrothal.
In Itply aT formal betrothal is consid
ered almost as binding and sacred as
marriago itself, and a breach of prom
ise, especially on tho girl's side, is re
garded with intense indignation. A girl
who breaks her engagement is called a
civetta an owlet possibly because
owlets aro used in Italy as decoys for
ensnaring other birds. The epithet
sticks to the girl for life and often
proves fatal to her matrimonial chances.
Deaths In Battle.
' Army surgeons say that the expression
of tho faces of soldiers killed in battle
reveals the causes of death. Tboso who
havo perished from sword wounds have
a look of repose, while there is an ex
pression of pain on the countenance of
those slain by bullats.
A Paradoxical Practice.
It is a curious fact that most of the
philosophy of marriago is written by
bachelors, niotst of the philosophy of
bachelorhood by married men. New
York Evening Sun.
Critic Has that painting of yours.
"At Work in the Fields," received any
Artist A rather seedv lookiuc? man
Stopped to look at it today, and he said
U made mm tn-id. Philadelphia fiw
The earliest mention of oats in China
is in A. O. 618.
Money to loan at Reidy Bros'.
Turtle soup at the White Elephant
Henry Jennings and niece, Miss
Hillier, went to Boston this morn
H. A. Weld is here from Buda,
111., on a visit to his son. Justice
(Jet an 8-quart crystal, marble
enameled preserving "kettle at 81S
Twenty-fourth street, for $1.50.
E. B. McKown wants your order
for hard coar this year! Price $C
per ton delivered. 'Phone 11 SIS.
Imported Munich (Germany) beer
in bottles, pore and wholesome, best
in the world. Order it for family
use of Lothar Harms; telephone 1147.
For first-class dyeing, sioui ing and
chemical cleaning, see William
Blasehkc, steam dyer and cleaner,
formei !y of Chicago, at 1412 Fourth
The Western Base Ball association
has experienced another transfor
mation. The Springiield-Jacksonville
and Denver clubs havo been
dropped, and the association will
finish the season with six clubs.
Buy your excursion tickets to Bos
ton Aug. 19 to 25 via the C, R. I. &
P. railway at the lowest rale, and
have the privilege of returning wheu
you please up to Oct. ti on any of the
six fast express trains runuing ftai'y
between Chicago and Kock Island.
Special btop-ovcr privileges in tho
east at nearly all points. Choice of
routes going and returning cast of
Chieago. . Special Pullman tram
Observer Walz, of the signal ser
vice corps, has compiled data con
cerning the month of September for
a period of .4 years, showing that iu
that time the mean temperature was
64; the warmest month boins that of
1381, with an average of 70; the cool
est that of 1SS3, with an average of
lid; the highest tempernMire was 9S
on IIih 7th. 1393; the lowest 33 on
the 27tli, 1889. The average dato on
which tho first killing frost occarrod
was Oct. 14. The average number
of cloudy days in the period was 11;
partly cloudy 12; cloudy .
At Trinity chapel. Rev. R. F.
Sweet, rector, even song and Sunday
school at 2:30 p. ni.
At the German Lutheran serviocs
will be conducted tomorrow morning
by Rev. Prof. C. A. T. Selle, of this
city, and tn the evening by Rev. F.
Lothringer, of Donison, Iowa.
At Trinity church. Rev. R. F.
Sweet, rector. Celebration at 7 a. m.
Sunday school at 9:15 a. ni. Matins
and sermou at 10:45 a. m. Even
song and sermon at 7:30 p. ni.
At the Christian, Rev. T. W. Graf
ton, pastor, will speak in the morn
ing on "Make the World Better."
There will be no evening service, the
congregation joining the Central
church union meeting.
At the I ni manual Baptist, Forty
fourth street. Rev. W. II. Stickel.
pastor, will preach at 10:45 a. iu.
and 7:45 p. m. Morning subject,
"Crucified;" evening, One Thing."
Sunday school at 3 p. m.
At the Uuitcd Presbyterian, preach
ing at 10:45 a. m. by Rev. Henry
Wallace, a former pastor. No cveu
ing service. The congregation will
join in the union meeting at the
Central Presbyterian church.
At the Swedish Baptist, corner of
Twcnty-lirsl street and Fifth avenue,
A. Lagcrquist, pastor, services at 11
a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Morning sub
ject, "Sowed and Harvested;" even
ing, "Juslilitd by Faith." Sunday
school at 9:30 a. m.
Atthe Central Presbyterian, morn
ing, sermon on Forgiveness" by the
pastor. Rev. Ira W. Allen, Jr.; even
ing, union service, sermon on "The
Conditions of Salvation" by the
pastor. Sunday school at 9:30 a. in.
Y. P. S. C. K. consecration service
at G:45 p. m.
At the Broadway Presbyterian,
Rev. W. S. Marquis pastor, preach
ing at 10:15 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
Morning subject, "Spiritual Help;"
evening subject, "Our City's Dis
honor and -Danger." Suuday school
at 9:15 a.m. Young people's meet
ing at 6:45 p. m. Soutn Park chapel
Sunday school at 2:30 p. m.
At the First Baptist, preaching at
10:15 a. in. by the pastor. Rev. C. E.
Taylor, Ph. I). No evening service.
Congregation joins in union meeting
at the Central Presbyterian church.
Sunday school at 9:30 a. m. B. Y.
P. U. meeting at 6:45 p. m., leader,
C. S. Spanlding. Conquest meeting.
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