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THE ARGUS MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1895.
Pa liebed Pally sad Weekly at 124 Second
Aveace, Rock Island. ITU Entered at the poafc
cfllce aa second claaa matter.
W. Potter - - Pcblisheb.
TKKHS Daily. 1U oenu per wee. Weekly,
Si.00 per annum ; 1.- advance, 11.50. .
All coramunicatioos of a ciitical or argumenta
tive character, political or religious, most bare
real name attached far publication. No each
article will be printed over fictitious signature.
Correapnndftiec solicited from every town tip
In Umik laiano county.
Monday, Ickptf.mbeu 30, 1895.
The reports of 17 leading cities of
the building permits issued for the
month of August show almost a
boom. Far lb'Ji the amount was
$9,322,614 ami for 1895 the amount
Gov. Mokton is giving tbo first
symptoms of being a sure enough
candidate for president. His pri
vate secretary. Col. Ashley W. Cole,
has commenced issuing bulletins
concerning the governor's health.
This is regarded as an unmistakable
indication that he has contracted
the White House fever. Daily bull
etins may now be expected.
(ins. William W. (kout, a mem
ber of congress from Vermont, has
evidently been studying Dr. Depcw.
In a recent interview, Uen. Grout
expressed the opinion that the re
publican nominee f r president next
MS' would cither be Thomas 15.
Reed, William McKinloy or William
D. Allison. The Vermonter is not
quite up to Mr. Dcpew as yet in the
matter of making presidential fore
casts. Mr. Dcpew never ventures a
prediction on the presidential topic
without naming over at least half a
do.en candidates, and winding up
with the observation that after all a
dark horse might be nominated.
Gen. Grout is doing very well for a
beginner, however. Doubtless he
will improve in time.
Tomokicow ought to bo one of the
grandest-days in the history of grand
old Rock Island count'. It will be
an occasion of much significance nut
only in the act of laying the corner
stone of a new court house, but in
laying the corner stone, as well, of a
new modern spirit of progrcssiveness
and public pride, which, let us trust,
will dominate throughout the county
in all things which pertain to the
county's advancement hereafter.
Let oiir future watchword be, that
whatsoever is of interest to any part
of the county is tbe concern of us
all. Let sectional animosities and
prejudices disnppcar and let all our
people stand for unity af purpose and
united action in all things wherein
Rock Island county is involved.
New Yokk Sen: Wo have oflioi.il
news from Havana that tbe 'Spanish
government has under consideration
a plan for the moral and material
classiiication of Cuba." Whenever
there is an uprising in Cuba we
learn thatSpain isconsidering a plan
for that purpose. During the 10
years' war she got up a plan that
looked promising, to be put into ef
fect as soon as the insurgents
laid down their arms; but it was
shelved when the butcher Valmaseda
had completed his work, anil that
was the last of it. The only plan for
the moral and material pacification
of Cuba ever put into execution by
Spain has been that of the rifle, the
bayonet, and the garrote. As soon
as Martinez Campos reached Havana
last spring he gave notice that be had
a pacifying plan, which he would
hold in reserve: and thereupon he
began the work of carnage. Cuba
can never be pacified while Spain
holds her in bonds.
Word comes from Washingtoi that
there will be no football playiog at
Georgetown university ibis vear.
It will not be recognized among the
branches of athletics hy the faculty.
Although there has been consider
able effort among the colleges of
tbe country to abolish tbo game
Georgetown university has taken the
initiative in tbe matter, and it is
mote than likely that several more
of tbe leading colleges of the countrv
will follow in the same line. "Foot
ball will lie abolished entirely this
tear," said Father Richards, and
tbo students will net be allowed to
play on any collegiate or athletic
teams. The game will not be per.
roitlcd, and it is believed that this
will diminish tbe interest of the
students in tbe came. In order to
supply the absence of this favorite
sport the students will devote nv-ro
timo to baseball, and will immedi
ately form a team and keep it in the
ncid until Thanksgiving day at any
Nothing- Like tJoare,
'We have used seven bottles of
Hood's Saraaparilla in our family.
ana nave cornea much bcnelit Ironi
tbe same. w e have never used any
medicine equal to Hood's Saraapa
rilla. It gives life and vigor for the
day and sweet sleep at night." Carv
A. Fisher, Macedonia, 111.
Hood's Pills euro biliousness, in
Tor One Fifty Yawn
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has
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Dcen uscu tor cuiiurcu miuiug. n
soothes the child, softens the gums,
allays all pain, cores wind colic, and
is the best remedy for diarrhoea.'
Twenty-bye cents a Doiue.
THE EVIL EYE.
And Bow a Coincidence Helped to Rivet
. the Chain of SaperatitJon.
Hiss Symonds and a party of friends
bad driven from Athena to the foot of
Hymettus Jn a icrriage drawn by two
horses. The drive being over, the coach
man proceeded to give corn to his
faorees. Oau of them, however, would
not eat, bet hung- his head and refused
all focd. Tho driver; in a state of wild
excitement, thereupon presented him
self before his fares and declared, with
frenzied Wurdii, that one of the ladies
had "overlooked" the suffering horso.
aud that the beast was about to expire.
The only way to get it cured from the
efi'ects of tho evil ryo was for the over
looked to spit rtpoii it. The driver ap
pears to havo had no donbt which lady
was the possessor r;f tho evil power ex
ercised upon his aniiuaL Naturally
enough, tho l.iUy in question had no
great fancy to try this primitive form
of veterinary surgery and refused.
Tho man's entreaties and adjurations,
however, became so vehement and 60
threatening that at last the alleged pos
sessor of the evil eye had to yield. Ka
sooner had she spat upon the bcrse than
a most welcome chaugo set in. Tho
beast, vliich had appeared to be at its
last prep, promptly grew better, and
very soon wna c:itiii like its fellow. Of
course tho chuiigc was duo to a cpin
tideuce. Probably tho home was at first
too tired to eut, but during tho discus
sion "to spit t rnut to spit'' he no doubt
fjot rested. By tho time, then, the cere
mony was p'.)rfc)iiiil he was quite fit
for brink fust. It was, in fact, post hoc,
nut propter hoc. Tho spitting and tho
recovery following each other so closely
was a mere coincidence. But though
we may hold this view it was of courso
not held by tho Greek coachman. He,
wo may bo sure, felt at once completely
confirmed in his belief in tho evil eye.
Tho coincidence rr.ivo him what ho
tbonglit uniplu proof of the efficacy of
his ciii.rm against "overlooking." If
nothing had happened, and the English
liidws ii..d been able to laugh at him
for making ono of them do a disagree
able thing without any result, tho driver
might have began to think that, after
all, his juggling rites were nonsense
Depend upon it, tho coincidence rivet
ed tho chains of superstition upon him
tighter than over. Alter tho incident wo
have just noticed ho will probably be
lieve as firmly m tho evil eyo and tbo
way to count eract its influence as ho will
in tho m-otxwioii of tho seasons or tho
following of day by night. London
Bin Religion All Right,
In tho "Reminiscences of an Emi
grant Milesian" is tho following curi
ous anecdote : i: tack.formerly of Walslio's
regiment, was among the officers of tho
Irish brigsdn who went on half pay at
its dissolution. Eo had remained on
half pav so long that he became the
oldest colonel ia the army. Ho obtained
his promotion to tho rank of major gen
crr.l" after a somewhat curious interview
with tho Duke of Yori, (he commander
in chief nt that time. Having solicited
tho honor cf an aarlicuoo of his royal
highness, ho received an intimation
that tho duko would receive him at tho
Horso tia&r.ls nest day. lie was punctual
in his attendance, end being introduced
to tho commander in chief was honored
by tho customary question:
"Well, colonel, what can I do for
"I perceive, sir,' replied Stack, "that
thcro is a brevet coming out, in which I
hopo to bo included. I am the senior
colonel in lis majesty's service."
"True, Colonel Stack, but give me
leavo to ask you of what religion you
"I am cf the religion of a major gen
The duke bowed, and Stack was ga
zetted. Eat and B<lcr.
A Kentucky man caught a big rattlo-
suuTicS'.; feet lung and kept it in his
Live in a Ircx with a glass cover as a
cnr:es::iy. I.tt long ago lie put a rat
and a trcg into tho box to feed his rat
tlesnake. The next morfting the frog
wa cv.t cf sight. Let tho rat was still
there end apparently very indifferent to
tho timlcc's presence. Tho rat remained
nurifcti'.rbcd all that day, but the gro-
ceryman confidently expected tho snake
to K lake a meal off tho rodent that
night In this, however, ho was mis
taken. Tho next morning when he ex
amined tho bos he found tho fnuko dead
aud the rat perched ppou its head. A
large place in the rattlesnake s lime
showed that tho rat had satisfied his
hunger with a dish cf rattlesnake. The
box gave evidence of astrnpglo between
the make and the rat, and the marks
upon the snake's body showed that the
rat had been quicker with his teeth
than the euako had been with its fangs.
The rat was un injured and was kept as
a curiosity. 2ew Orleans Picayune.
The Watermelon Opened Ilia Month.
"There is no mistaking tho fact that
colored porsona are very fond of water
melon. This fact I had illustrated to
mo onco," said Captain of Detectives
Miller. "One of icy men had arrested
a ycung colored man charged with lar
ceny, and while he was waiting to be
sweated' by mo the officer made some
remark to him about watermelon.
"Tho darky responded, 'Well, if I
have to go to jail, I'd certainly like
some watermelon first. ' This was an
opening for me, and as I found my man
hard to 'break' I sent out and got a
large, juicy melon, and placing it in
front of him in my office told him that
if. lio would tell tbe truth he could eat
the whole melon.
." "At first he refused, but tbe bait was
too tempting, and in a few minutes he
told me who his accomplice was. I shall
remember this fact in the future when
dealing with a stubborn negro. " Phil-
A Gorman nmrot-H env, nnnt
old. instruct the young, consult the wis
ana near wiin we ioousk
A PUZZLED PHILOSOPHER. "
Why Should lie So Greatly Miaa tbo
Tbias That Are Mot? j
A philosopher dwelt in a house owned
by Clcon. But oiio day CIcon came to
tho philosopher and said, "Why have
yon not sent no the money for last
month's rent?" Tho philosopher said he
knew of no reason xcpt that he had no
money, having gotten to the bottom of
"ion will have to move out, said
Cleon, "to make room for a cordwainer
I know who wants this house and has
"Would yon, then,"" said the philoso
pher, "turn me out when I am so com
fortable here, having dwelt in thishonse
"It is my comfort," said Cleon, "and
not yours that I consider. " i
"Then yon prefer a cordwainer, I
conclude, to a philosopher."
"Ho," said Cleon; "a landlord has
no preference except to prefer rent mon
ey to no rent money. "
So the cordwainer moved into the
philosopher's house, and the philosopher
went to live in the mean hovel of the
But once there, although contented
enough, because ho was a philosopher,
yet he could not avoid the obtrusive
facts of tho absence of all those things
which in his former habitation had
grown habitual to him.
This was the first thing that puzzled
him how that which was not could be
so obtrusive. "What," said he, "can be
so entirely nonexistent as a negation?
And yet here I aiu confronted with un
obtrusivo negation. " ( '
"I kiss,' said ho again, "a chest of
drawers, a table, a fireplace and the
scenery from tho window whero I used
to sit. I wonder if it will be so after we
are driven out from our bodies because
death, the final, iuexo-jblc landlord, de
mands a rental we e-u.not pay."
In time, however, tho philosopher
gradually ceased being oppressed by the
obtrusive memories aud grow accustom
ed to new associations.
"I wonder," said he, "if it will be
so -when we aro immortals after death
nt first painful regrets for what we have
lost, and in the end nothing of the old
but faint memories and a new set of as
sociations. I wonder always and won
der most if philosophy will ever bo any
thing "better than clever wondering
about the wonderful." Chicago Open
The I'oitoa Jack.
From tho day ho is born to tbo da v cf
his death no brush or comb is ever al
lowed to be used on him, aud as, from
tho unnatural condition in which ho is
kept, he is prevented in a great measure
from shedding his coat the functions of
the skin become suspended, and the ani
mal gradually assumes year after year
on accumulation of coats, all matted
together with stable filth, till at length
they almost trail cn tho ground. When
he has assumed this extraordinary and
bearlike appearance, be is pointed to
With no littio pride by his owner and is
tanned bourailloux, cr sometimes gnen
illonx. Such is ignorance and prc-jn'.lice.
From "Horses.Asscs, Zebras. Mules."
by W. R. Teaetineier.
The Discovery Save. I nil Life.
G. Caillouette, druggist. Beavcrs-
ville, 111., says: "To Dr. King's New
Discovery I owe my life. Was taken
with la grippe and tried all the phy
sicians for miles about, but of no
avail, and was given up and told I
could not live. Having Dr. Kind's
Now Discovery in my store, I sent
for a bottle and began its use, and
from the first dose began to get bet
ter, and after using three bottles was
up and about again. It is worth its
weight in gold. We won't keep store
or house without it." Get a free
trial at Hartz & Ullemeyer's drug
CURE FOR HEADACHE.
As a remedy for all forms of head
ache Electric Bitters bas proved to
be the very best. It effects a perma
nent cure, and the most dreaded ha
bitual sick headaches yield to its in
fluence. We urge all who are af
flicted to procure a bottle, and give
this remedy a fair trial. In cases of
habitual constipation Electric Hitters
cures by giving the needed tono to
tbe bowels, and few cases long resist
tbe use of this medicine. Try it
once. Largo Lotties only 60 cents at
Hartz & Ullemeyer's drug store.
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The best salve In the world for
cnts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt
rheum, fever sores, tetter, cbapped
hands, chilblains, corns and all skin
eruptions, and positively cures
piles or no pay required. It is guar
anteed to give perfect satisfaction, or
.money refunded. Price 25 cents per
Dox. i or sale oy Hartck Liliemeyer.
Rhoomatlam Cared In a Day.
Mystic Cure" for rhematism and
neuralgia cures in 1 to 3 days. Its
action upon tbe system is remarka
ble and niysterous. It removes at
once tbe cause, and the disease
immediately disappears. Tbe firet
dose greatly relieves, 75 cents. Sold
by Otto Grotjan, druggist. Rock Is
land. The Ueet la Cheapest.
Foley's Sarsaparilla is from three
to ten "times strong in blood cleans
ing qualities than any other proprie
tary medicine. For sale at M. F.
Balinscn's drug store. Trial size
When Bahj was sOl we fare b rnurta,
Whea s-jm a eluVl, rx cnt-d Urn Owtoria,
When afce bream Htm. ehe dung to Cascoria.
aha had Chikina, she ane (ham Cautara).
Children Cry for
A DPOP OF WATER.
The W3d(?ra That Kay Re Sera Therein
Tarocgb a STkroacope.
Te tho ordinary racrtal a drop of w
ter ia what tho primrose was to Peter
Bell, a drop of water and nothing moro,
but to the Etndeut of nature, armed
with a high power microscope, it imme
diately becomes a world twining with
living creatures, ths most minute repre
sentatives of animal life. These thoughts
were suggested by reading Profossci:
Grace's description cf a battle ho once
witnessed while examining a collection
of rotifers, which were nmascd in a
Binclti drop of fresh water. Among oth
ers, Mr. Grace noticed a fine specimen
of iufosorian. which vecs swimmiug
back and fm-th Among the rotifers, as if
intent on mischief. On the following
day it was noticed thnt the rciifer col
ouy had lo?t several of ito mi'mbers. and
that the iufusoriau s form hn-i ronnued
out until he resembled a miniature St
Louis bartender. Mr. Grace- now re
solved to watch tho iufrsoriau's incve
incuts and r.sertaia if possibla tho
modus operandi whereby the captnro
cf such expert swimmers os the
rotifers aro known to be was effected.
A few minutes' wait sufficed. Soon it
was noticed that the infus.iriau was
slowly and continuously working hia
way around tho foot of a rotifer, which
was resting w.i tho class slide.
Around and around ho went; as clyly
as a M.imsc in cu cats bin, and when he
had finished ' it was noticed that the
rotifer's foot was firmly cemented to tho
glass. Tho iufsnrian, seeming to kcov
his victim way secure, began to goad
tho tethered crralv.ro and ferment it in
all tho wayj that devilish in;;cuuify
could suggest. Eo would jump nron its
back and bito it- in several jibiccs with
lightning-like rapidity and then spring
off and soizo a log and pull it almost
from its socket. Mr. Urace says that he
watched this unequal combat for nearly
a haif hour, when is was noticed that
tho rotifer was dying from exhaustion.
Noting tho death of his victim, tho in-
fnsorinn proceeded to devour his prey, as
ho doubtless had done the others that
Mr. Grace nest examined a small
body of water, consisting of four drops.
in which thcro wcro several infusoria
and rotifers. The former proved the
enemies of tho hitter, just us m (he sin
glo drop previously examined. It waa
also noticed that tho infusorian, having
devoured a victim, would almost imme
diately divido into two or four now nui
main, each cf which would quickly
swim awr'y in search i f prey, just an its
pareut hud done before. tit. Louis Re
at M. F. Bahnsen's drug store a mar
velous cure for all kidney complaints,
nervous exhaustion and female
weakness. It is the Clinic Kidney
rUta! Piles! I'llea!
Dr. Williams' Indian rile Ointment win ci:re
blind blcedingr, ulcerated and Itching pilce. . It
absorbs the tumors, alUys tbe ilebing at once,
acts as a pouitice, gives hutant relief. Dr. Wil
liams' Indian Pile Ointment la prepared only far
piles and itching of the private part, and tot hup
etee. Ever; box is guaranteed. Bold by dru;
gists, sent by mail, for 50 cents and SI per box.
Williams Uanofacturlns; company. Proprietors,
Cleveland, Ohio. Sold by T. H . Thomas.
Sold by T. H. Thomas and Mar
shall & Fisher, druggists.
There's no shoe for the same
money that's its equal. Tannery
calf rtrin, dongola top, all leather
truomed, eolid leather soles with
a cement of cork and rubber
between the outer an Inner better
than a cork sola
Ten Styles 4. 6, and wida
Ask Your Dealer For It.
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Sold ly DOLLY BROS.
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Win PV1 n;,W.-cocl,At7rrhj,i'aii-tii!,
mcBM -.ricihinyfo rpecouj effect a
nllaBai cgra ad n-ggorrs t!w maiihocd hi
yonnoro!datho wondorlni liorjji lleawdy Wor
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C1U bn Koi tits urug7l3S aainoo ocio.
Marshall & Fukt, ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
rc. almra rHUbt. iaaic ask
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dertnl Infloenoo In stfencthttn!mlittrft7taai
bydnrlns throaffh tbe prupr channel nil lm
ponilea. IleaiUi and auansUi are saanuuaed
My wife wasl btdrtiWjni tor eighteen r.iilh-.j
tor tor two Mtolitlis. in Cellini; well. r
J. M. JOUKSON.lialTrra.ArE. r
URAPFIELD REGULATOR CO., ATLANTA, OA. t
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pipe checknl at It 1 A P T went let o street depot
or C K I ft F depot comer Fifth avenue aud
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AU others daily. Talephoue 1USX
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way Depot First avenue and sixteenth
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avtnnel depot Eve (5) minutes earlier than time
fiven. Trains uisrbtd daily, all other trains
uily execut tncdav.
UuULlNrtTON. Cedar Rapids a
Northern Railway, depot foot of Brady
street, Davenport. Jaa. Morton, ttea. Tkt ft
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C.-ar .lipids and West Ubeity.
To the East via the
R. I. & P.
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BOCK ISLAND TO ST. LOUIS.
Train leaving Cock Island at 8:00
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Louis, passing through Pckin, Hav
ana. Springfield and Litchfield.
Lines cast of Peoria carry through
coaches and sleeping cats on night
trains to principle cities.
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Surgical Diseases or both sexes.
CONSULTATION FREE! rKOMPT AND PKUMANENT CCKKs!
WEAK MEN. You that are tronb-1
led with Ktrvoos Debility, Lost Manboea, E
haustiva Drains, Night )ov-, Di focuve llrmnrv.
Tbrcalened Insanity, Loss of Will Power, Men:al
delusions, tlecplesencs. or any other svmptnm of
..w . ..... .....riii;... a uu eut,aia cansail US De-
fore it Is too lato. Delay is fatal.
SURGICAL operations performed
at Tour homo when desired. Abdominal and
wain aargery a specialty.
flmny iuuSZSr.i !' Ke.mb,.r y,.
and bow onr aa.ll and we feel justly proud ol the
cal tirofession for tho mi., .1 .. ,i ...
qw aw iuwi aUUUtUDVi
Office, 124 West Third Street.
BEATIKQ AKD VKNTILAT1NQ KSQIKEfcRS.
fctoetlniastieeis a relinblf, monthly, reenUtlni medicine. Only l.irmlaasam
tbe i-nrcst drugs aUeuid boused, ll yoa want the best, get
i umy am vimp ktc ari if'.u in renit. in: rcccine 1 it. reai
toiut, Ecut anywhere, Sl.W. Addluoi iiUL iltiiCMB Ua, Ck
For Sale at Harper Uonsc Pharmacy, Bock Island. III.
BEE HIVE:-: 1
1 14 West Second street
FOR A QUICK AFTER-DINNER SHINE
APPLIED AND POLISHED WTH ACLOTH" ,
Marat) Bros. Props.Gaataii.MasvU SLA.
Wholesale Grocers. Rock Island
in Davenport, Iowa
Late of Chicago, formartv 8nmnn.ln.f-i.i. r t
Bm AUUMIUJ . ItUepitSl.
Hi.i-ia.cmiH.a. rTPtillii-. liliwO. liver, kldnav dlf-ea,-,
mpture, ptlc or hidrocrle. tliir 'ong hos
piial experience enables as to savo a life when
rmlicnl rare) of
posiliyely guarantee A
Varieicela in seven days yoti?
painless method. Women tnOeHng from uterine
or overlain tronMca cf any nature rome aud cet
-, .iwu uu uurcoFe tree or cuarge,
Ja. J tnul,l Z,T. T
,.'J"I'-;'"!a'ia we receive from Uie mi-d
t,iw utvrniuia we cava written.
"1 crcdttti.ls. If yon cann A call, write. Han
I l'irnl An..li rrlT.:.
Don r I to It,
davesiobt - iota.
a w s, ana
T to 8
lOU CAN'T afford to delay if yon
sntrcrire with C'Atarth- itrTu.i,ii. a.ti..ft.n
lXnaraplion, rthcnmatm.Yeuni1iri. U V
irvou Want a
Warm House, ,
Warm all over,
Warm all the time.
Not too hot in mild weather,
Use the Capitol Hot Water
Or Heda Steam Heater.
Thirty Capitol 1 Jeaters in use
in Rock Island.
Offices in BOCK ISLAND and MOLINE.
14 W. Second St
Leaders in Correct
Styles at Lowest
Our lines of Ladies'.
Misses1 and Children
Cloaks. Far Canes
Fall Millinery compr
ees oi an toe latest
novelties of tbe season."
AS ALWAl'S ID THE PAST
Yon are not in it if
you don't see onr line
and get onr prices.