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THE ARGUS, MONDAY, JANUARY 20, 1896.
for Infants and Children.
OTHERS, Do You Know that Paregoric.
Bateman's Drops, Godfrey a Cordial, many so-called Soothing Syrups, ana
most remedies for children are composed of o; ii:m or morphine t
P Tots Knmr that opium and morphine are stupefying narcotic poisons
pa Yon Know that in most countries drmrrtf .r- . permitted to sell narcotics
VtiiouC labeling them poisons t
Pt Ton Know that yon should not permit any medldno to bo slvea your -v1
nlesf you or your pbyrician know of what It Is composed r
Po Yon Know that Caxtoria if a purely TegetaUo preparation, and that a list x
tU UKredienU r published with every bottle f
Po Yow Know that Castoria Is the prescription of the famous Dr. Esmoel Pitcher.
That it has teen in use for nearly thirty years, and that more Castoria is now told than
a all other remedies for children combined t
Po Yon Know that the Patent Office Department of the Celled State, and of
ether countries, hate issued excliuiTe right to Dr. Pitcher and his assigns to use the word
" Castorln" and its formula, and that to Imitate them is a state prison offense t
Po Ton Know that one of the reasons for granting this government protection wra
because Castoria bad been proven to be absolutely harmluutT
Po Ton Know Hint 35 averaga doses of Castoria are furnished for 85
casts, or one cent a doaa f
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be kept well, and that n may have unbroken rest t
Wall, thoap thing are worth knowing. They are facta.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
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NE W3IAX FOR CUBA
Polavleja Not to Command the
GET. vTYLEE TO GO TO HAVANA.
Han of " Blood and Iron," Whom the In.
.argent Leaders Hint Will Have No
Mercy on Man or Woman Campos Makes
a Sanguinary Kemark as to How He
Would Treat a Hostile Demonstration in
Havana Cuban V.'ar Notes.
Havaxa, Jan. 20. Tho successor of
General Campos in command of things on
this island is, it seems, not General Polo-
vieja, after all. Tho official announce
ment of General Campos' successor makes
him General Valeriano Weylcr. General
Wryler is a veteran soldier, and has had
LU own experience in revolutions, for ho
followed the fortunes of tho Spanish army
In Cuba for years during tho last revolu
tion with tho rank of colonel, and earned
for himself a dreadful reputation (among
Cuban insurgent circles) as a man of blood
and iron. Moreover the Cuban leaders in
tho United States, according to dispatches
received here, hint at acts of cruelty to
women and defenceless prisoners in his
past in a fashion that augurs ill for tho
rebels who come within his power, and
they predict that he will soon become in
volved in trouble with the United States
government as the result of ill treatment of
American citizens who may be unfortunate
enuugh to fail under suspicion.
V allci To lie Second in Command.
A dispatch from Madrid says that Gen
eral Weylcr has accepted the appointment
end will sail for this city nest Friday.
General Suaruz Valdez has been appointed
socoiid in command. An interview with
General Marin, who is in charge
temporarily, is reported, in which ho says
tho situation hero is not dangerous, since
tho insurgents are always defeated in
every engagement in which they take
part. Ho intended, ho said, to organize
a fresh plan of campaign. General Cam-p-js
lias bidden farewell to tho acting
captain general. General Marin, and to
the chief officers of the soldiers, volunteers
and firemen, and in his speeeli on the oc
casion ho said: "I have not been able
to follow out tho war policy which in the
opinion of the conservatives and reform
ists it was desirous I should follow, but
which my conscience forbulo mo to
How lie Would Treat Enrniies,
The old general indicated at a farewell
Interview with the correspondents of
American papers hero that it would have
been bad for any parry in Havana which
had organized a demonstration against
him while lie was in command. During
his remarks to tho newspaper men he
said: "Public opinion seemingly has not
been united in my support. I refer to ths
peoplo who have lieen doing tho talking.
The views of those- who havo maintained
silence, of course, I have no means of
knowing. In tho past few days there
have Ix-en meetings and consultations. I
have laid tho facts fully before tho gov
ernment ami it has recalled me. I have
known there have been rumors of demon
strations in antagonism of my policy, but
l am not tho man who will stand any
such manifestations, because I ivould dis
solve them with shot."
No Change in the Policy.
There is to be no change in tho policy
of tho government in Cuba, it is an
nounced, as tho result of tho recent
changes in tho executive officers. It is
also uswrted'thut politieal reforms will bo
inaugurated as soon us the progress of tho
war will allow. Xo further specifications
are given ns to what tho contemplated re-
forms nro, or how far they will extend.
CAMTOS MAKES A STATEMENT.
Expresses Ills Resentment nt tho Conduct
f 1 'art its in Cuba.
New York, Jan. J A dispatch to Tho
World from Havana, Cuba, says: General
Martinez Campos, after surrendering tho
supremo command in Cuba to General
Marin, made the following indignant
statement to The World. The press con
sor forbids its transmission by cablo, and
I send it by messenger to Key West. Gen
eral CamMs' statement is as follows: "I
speak because I am now a private citizen,
and not the governor general, lie it known
that I liavo not resigned: the trovernment
has removed me, and has done well.
"I feel a great resentmentTcausod by the
conduct of the parties in Cuba. Nations ex
ercise their sovereignty in various wnys,
but tho head should always rule. The
principle of authority should rise superior
to nil else. I have been opposed because
wliilo I inny break yet I never bend. I
have prevented a repetition of tho sad
scenes of t lie. last war, and this has been
distasteful to the mob.
'The situation is this: Here is a nrov-
ince, distant from tho mother country,
where tho political parties, by tho attitudo
they are taking, think to shape tho policy
of Spain. If they had not this idea, I
could speedily show what the necessities of
tho situation are. But they know that
they would find mo in tho way if they
should ask mo to shoot seventeen students
(an allusion to the massacre of students
in tho last war', and because of this
knowledge they conspire behind my back.
Yes, this justifies the tnu savinir that
Spain has lost tho Americas because of tho
Spaniards themselves. This is a countrv
of idmpkecpcrs who want to govern, and
it is they who are sweeping tho country
to ruin. Time will tell if this be not so.'"'
ONE SPANISH LINE IS TIGHT.'
Rebels Fail to Ilrcak Thronch and Ko.
inform TUrir ErR-nds in the West.
Havana, Jan. 2J. Santa Clara report
the insurgent hand of Alberto and Pastor
Rejas, which is a part of tho force from
the provinces which Maximo Gomez
ordered to tho relief of the insurgents in
tho west, lias made an unsuccessful at
tempt to bre.ik through the military line
of La Troeha. This band came from
riaectas and attacked the Spanish forces
near Las Unices. The insurgents have
also attacked a fort on the plantation of
Uonstnncia in the Cienfuegos district and,
it is said, were repulsed with a loss of six
It is also reported that Colonel Gal bio
has fought the forces of the insurgents
which have been in I'inar del liio at Pozo
Redando, north of Batabano and on the
railroad between that point and Havana.
ihe new military lino which has been es
tablished to keep the insurgents in the
Yuelta Aba jo district follows this rail
road, and it is explained that the insur
gents were endeavoring to break through
this line. Gomez is now proceeding In the
direction of CvMaga deZapatn, the great
swamp in tha southern part of Matanzas,
for the purpose it is supposed of awaiting
a junction there of tho forces which nro
cuvancing from tha eastern provinces.
There are plenty of reports of "battles'
In which tho killed and wounded range
from a half a dozen on a side to perhaps
two dozen aud all of which result most
I disastrously to tho rebels. On their part
I the achievements reported continue to be
j the dynamiting of trains, destruction of
j property and occasional hanging of a
Spanish official, for what reason is not
stated. 1 his is what the report is hero.
The latest incident of this kind is the
hanging of tiio mayor of tho village of San
The band of Bermudez plundered Sierra
Linares in I'inar del Rio, end it is alleged
in:u mo negroes ot tho band violated all
that they could lav their hands on and
hanged tho merchants in tho presence of
their wives and children.
Cabin Rebels Heartily Indorsed.
Detboit, Jan. SO. Don M. Dickinson
dolivered a strong and eloquent ploa for
the recognition of the Cuban insurgents
as belligerents before an enthusiastic
meeting of tho Manufacturers' club and
other citizuns of Detroit. General Rus
sell A. AlgiT presided. Dickinson's od-
aress was vigorously applauded throuch
out. It was evidently the unanimous sen
timent ol the business men present, both
from patriotic and commercial considera
tions, that tho Cubans should bo encour
aged m their struggle for liberty.
Refugees from Cuba at Tain pa.
Tampa, 1'la., Jan. 20. The steamei Oli
vette brought fortv-flvn rofllfrrtoa lnm
and previously landed 130 in Key West,
in . .
Aiireo nunurea reiugecs nro already
booked for tho next trip and additional
benches and cots will bo taken to accom
modate them. Those who have arrived
say that if one does not participate in tho
revolution ho must leave Uulia or join
the Spanish forces.
WAS IN THE JAMESON FIGHT.
Story or a Man Who Fought the Boers In
tho Transvaal Raid.
New York. Jan. 20. A copyrighted ca
ble to Tho World from Cape Town says
that Captain Thatcher, a well-known
traveler, who was with Jameson in the
raid on tho Transvaal, is there, having es
caped by representing himself as a cor.e
spondent of the Loneon Times. Ho says
the raid had no official support, and that
tho tirst shot was fired twenty miles from
Krugersdorp at abnut j'Jt) yards' rango.
The Maxim guns were set going and tho
Boers cleared out.
The raiders got no sleep that night and
next day met the Boers closo to Krugcrs
dorp where they were ambushed and fired
on the raiders from all sides. Says
Thatcher: "Wo fought only puffs of
smoke." The Maxim guns wero turned
loose mid tho Boers vanished. Tho next
day tho raiders were hotly engaged all
day mid many fell wounded or dead, the
wounded later suffering terribly from
cold and thirst. Not an enemy was in
sight; all wc,-e safely ambushed, although
they wero tea to one. All this time the
raiders were cursing tho Johannesburg
people who did not come as they weru ex
Finally, as tho raiders could only stand
and be shot ct, they surrendered. Jame
son first asked if tho men's lives would be
spared, and was nnswered yes, all but
himself. "Never mind ino," said Jame
son. Said Thatcher: "The Boer losses
have been ridiculously understated. They
must have lost at least 100 men. I never
saw braver men than Jameson's. What
do I think of Jim himself and his cener-
ous blunder 11 n the blunder. Jameson
I simply tho grandest man I ever met."
ST. LOUIS GETS THE POPULISTS.
Unexpected Meeting of the Executive Com
mittee ueuiflcs the Question.
St. Louis, Jan. 20. A mcctinz of the
Populist executive committee was unex
pectedly called Saturday nizhtto consider
some new propositions presented by the
Business Men's League of St. Louis. Aft
er discussing them for some time the com
mittee decided to hold tho national con
vention in St. Louis on July sa This all
happened after tho conference that had
been in session fortwodays had adjourned
witnoui selecting a location, leaving that
to be done bv tho exr-ollMv-n nnmmlt-.
which was also authorized to mitn l-,tx.'
of tho convention and to revoke both date
and location if good reasons to do so
The question of referring the matter of
selecting a pines of meeting to the execu
tive committee with instructions to act
within tenjdayscame up at the closing ses
sion of the conference and arousod much
discussion. It was finally decided in the
affirmative and the contesting cities were
requested to present new propositions to
ths executive committee today, but the
action of the executive committee as given
in the foregoing settled tho business with
out a meeting today.
Work of the Iowa legislators.
Des Moines, Jan. 20. In tho senate
Carpenter presented a petition signed by a
numlier of Democrats asking that prohibi
tion be resubmitted. Bills were introduced :
Amending tho election law; regulating the
administration of trusts by trust com
panies and savings banks; amending tho
law in relation to alien inhcritanco;rcqu'v
ing purchasers of intoxicating liquors to
secure license authorizing them to make
such purchases; requiring juvenilo aud
adult prisoners to be kept apart. A reso
lution was adopted to adjourn Jan. 23 to
the 8. In the house Byers plan placing
the codo revision in the hands of five com
mittees was adopted. A resolution was
adopted appointing a committee on the
semi-centennial of Iowa.
C. A. R. Encampment This Tear.
ST. Paul, Jan. 20. When it was or
dered that the G. A. R, encampment of
1 be held nt St. Paul the St. Paul dele
gation made certain promises as to rates
all of which have been fulfilled. Howl
ever, Commander-in-Chief Walker is not
satisfied, but insists on a longer time
limit for the railroad tickets, and a con
ference and meeting of the council of ad
ministration will be held at Indianapolis
this week to decide whether St. Paul has
kept the promises as j rates, and whether
the formal announcement of the 18'jS en
campment for St Paul shall be
made. A committee, including ex
Governor McGill, has left hero to attend
Fira la a CMcas Flat Building.
Chicago, Jan. 20. A overheated fur
nace in the new flat building at Wabash
avenue and Thirty-sixth street started a
destructive blaze last night and caused a
total loss of to7,000, and a panic among
the occupant. Nobody hurt.
AB3REVIATE0 TELES RAM 3
Medor Campboll, of Stillwater, Minn.,
and Joseph Camnbjll. of Somerset. Wis..
have been informed that Ihev are anionic
the heirs to an estate in New York valued
Preachers of El Paso, Tex., hare started
a prayer crusade among the churches.
Endeavor societies and similar organiza
tion against tho proposed fighting car
nival in that vicinity.
Saturday evening an earthquake was
.-Iic-nenceu at Craig. Cola, and vicinity.
Articles were thrown from shelve and
clocks stopped, though no daiaago is re
Kev. H. X. Barnum, D. D., of Harpoot,
eastern Turkey, says that reports
uecu ecur.nl xroin 170 villages in
the vicinity of Harnoot. showinir that thn
T'irk have butchered in thoso Tillages
Armenians, at least.
The immigration investigating commis
sion appoint.-d by Secretary Corlislo
complains thot IOO.iKK) Canadians como
to the United States every year, under
work tne Americans and go back t3 Can
ada with their earnings.
Henry B. Chandler, an early resident of
iiucago ana one or the former owners of
the Chicago Times, died at Yonkcrs,
Bill YarelL aged ID, confessed that ho
murdered Samuel Deinars near Biwabik,
Minn., and the sheriff had all he could do
to keep the Biwubik people from lynching
George Siler.of Chic.Tjo, has been chosen
referee of tho Fitzsimmons-Maher fight.
M;ijorW. C. Morcland, ex -city attorney,
and W. H. House, his assistant, of Pitts
burg, hnvo been nrr-sted on charges of
embezzlement of $10,000 of city funds.
At the twenty-third annual banquet of
the New York lxwird of trade and trans
portation Vice President Stevenson oc
cupied the position of honor at the banquet
table nud Secretary of Agriculture Mor
ton snt at the left hand of President
The national eyrie show has opened
auspiciously nt Madison Square garden.
New York, and gives iudk-atious of being
ono of the largest nnd most successful ex
hibitions of its kind ever held.
Tho Republican and Populist state cen
tral committees of Alabama will meet
nt Birmingham next Tuesday nnd fusion
of the two parties in that state is looked
The grave of Gilbert Stuart, the painter
of the most familiar portrait of George
Washington, has been found in a Boston
burial ground and it is proposed to huild a
monument to the painter's memory.
Mrs. Catherine Miller, who has been
sent from Pana, Ills., to an ins ano asylum,
has tho hallucination that she is dead and
suffering the pangs of thedamned in helL
H. II. Haller, of Saginaw, Mich., gays
that Mrs. James Strange, a fulth curist,
hypnotized him and cured him of helpless
The Women's Civic League of Cinein.
nati has secured nn iron-clad order pro
hibing expectoration on the street cars by
Allison clubs arc being rapidly formed
all over northern Iowa.
Tho twenty-fifth anniversary of tho
birth of the German empire in tho palace
of Versailles, Paris, was celebrated with
great avl:iim Saturday, and in honor
thereof Kaiser Wilhelm founded a new
Tho United States branch of tho deep
waterway commission has elected Presi
dent Angell, of tho University of Michi
The jury trying Chapman at Washing
ton, for refusing to answer questions put
by tho senate sugar investigating commit
tee as to who among congressmen had
dealt in sugar while it was a subject of
legislation, has brought in a verdict of
guilty and the case will go to the supremo
Tha Local Markets.
Com "Sew, 21 M.
Onto New. lTcttJoc.
ta Timothy, liwa 13: nr.! and. ill; wilri t7
lyAU, aiuuitu, fiai imieu, fcfio.
Bntter Pair to choice. 17cQ18c: fresh cream.
ict'CT rrefn, aia.
nn It ry Chickens, 6x
Turkeys 8 c
Cattle Bntchers nay for corn fad steers
3Vtc&4c; cows and heifers, 3ic43c; calvev.
uum acoste. -
Spring lamb, aftc a pound.
WWsn Rany was ssrk, w ra" Caauir"SL
Whsa ana -van aChlM, r rriwt for Castoria.
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Daily. MMiiy except Minesv. THomr norta.
fiolir. Vwta rnd east. No. 1 runs between
Uedar dapiaa and West Libeity.
To the East via the
R. I. & P.
Lv Kock Island.....
Lv Kock Island
Twi-tiiicU at Depot
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Ar Terr Haute
4 25 am
7 75 am
9 H7 am
S VI pm
I 12 Di
iz Ml am
1 45 pa
7 IT aro
8 IS am
II IB pm
THROUGH CAR SERVICE
SOCK ISLAKD TO ST. LOUIS.
Train leaving Rock Island at 8.-00
a. m. carries through coach to St.
Loais. Dassin? thronn-h IVl-in. Hav
ana. Springfield and LitchCeM.
lanes east ol reoria carry throngs
coaches and sleeping cars on night
trains to principle cities.
Gen. Ticket Agent.
Abou Ben McGinty.
APTXB ABOC mr. ADHEE.
Anon Ren Xcfjinty, may bis trirx- lrKTra,
Crawled eat of bed ail coven.4 i! fleeoe.
"IV lablie it ! be mid. -wtia,- I w?
-Kalth it looks lo me like a P-Cox Brownie.
"And what arc voo dome ' ay Mc very bold,
.ii- . . ... a 1. . 1 .4
nitna ail r nat " -
The Brownie vnibed ont of pizht.
1 WaS UC ISSl JKC V.W W UJW ." aamtmm
Tbe rext n's-bt the Brownie appeared "aeln,"
Mr. had Eniahed hi- prayer- an-1 Jnl tarried m.
Faith." be sid. nn:s is O'l.rady's Cbt
"Turned oat to give me be ck-Esnt roast,'
MAnd wtiat will ye bare,' said Me in tremkllDi;
Bore it's whtfky 111 Uke, it always say
The Brownie vanished as the night before.
Went out of tne window inttead of the door.
The next nlfht tbe Brownie appeared fir Urn
Mc bad been out to a wake and was fan ol sLtt
Tbe Brownie bad written In hi book Of gold
A nor uvw scuy Mr UIOH1.
" "... m... jk wru in law preemes nooxr
-I'll rive ye a swit? if ye'll tire me a look."
TaeJtrnwnle answered. "I've wrluen tbe Barnes
" wvmvw iui are oesx,"
And lo and behold ALti-Waehboard Soeo
all Uie rest,