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TBDC AB&US. SXftTlSUAY JVJJU 1900.
THE TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
rjHlCAGO. ROCK IS LA NT)
can bo purchased or baggage
street depot, or C. K- L A P.
Thirty -first street. Frank H Plumper, Agent
Denver Limited OTEi-..,t 3:10 ani
v worts. DenTer Jt K. C 't am
Mlnneanolia... : s-ftO sun
M pes I
Omaha and Dee Moines ! 8:00 am
TUmahsA Minneapolis tI2.-C6 am
Omaha A Lincoln fez 7:SS am
tponr or. Useoin A Oiaah a. 1 1 pm
Benver.lUneoiB AOrnaha.. am
Dee Moines press... .... :12:I0 m
Rook bland Bureau Ac. I 4 90 pm
Str. Paul A Minneapolis. .... 1:06 am
DenTer. Ft. Worth A K C! Am t-m .m
v e:3 am
t 3:06 am !
t : i
Kansas City. St Joe ADnrr 11:10 pmjt 6:30 am
xaiana s w nratnrtoni m pm t S:0 pas
UHIcmo Dea Moines... if 2:15 pm
Bock Island A Brooklyn Ac fr.SS pm
tOmaha A Rock Island... .; 8:35 pm
Chicago. A Daren port. I
t 7:40 am
Arrival. Departure. t Dally, except Sun-
fOally except Saturday. All others daily. Tel-j
epnoce iuu. . . . ,
Jl'OCK ISLAND A PEORIA I
. Railway Depot First ire-
cue and Twentieth street. M.
A. Patterson, General Passen
ger Agent. Passenger trains
leave C. B L A P. (Mo
line avenue) depot Ore (5)
minutes earlier than time
given.- E. L. Goff. Agent.
I tUTt ) UglTI
Spr'cfield, Cincinnati. Peo
Peoria, Springfield. St. L.
St. Louis Ex Dress
Peoria, Springfield, Cincln-
UwU m mm mm
Peoria Aeoom Freight....
CaMe Accommodation. ...
Cable A Sberrard Ac com.
Cable A Bberrard Aecom.
Cable A Sberrard Aecom.
Trains marked dally: all other trains dally
except Sunday. The 8:46 p. m. train carries
through sleeper to St. Louis, arriving there
fHICAGO. MILWAUKEE A
BT. PAUL railway Ra-
elne A Southwestern Division
Depot Twentlerh street,
between First and Second
avenues. W. W. Breckin
ridge, Agent-, .
Mall and ExpressTT
St. Paul Express....
Freight and aeoom .
t 1.SATB. ) ABHIVS.
7 80 ami DO am
:20 pml K:4J pm
t4ro pml 10:30 am
Dally, t Dally except Sunday. Train
leaving at 8:26 p. m. carries tbrouKb sleeper,
arriving at St. Paul 7:46 a. m. and Minneapolis
at aw a. m.
TrtTRLrNQTON ROTTTE C.
-'B. A Q. RAILWAY Depot
First avenue ana sixteentn
M. J. YOUNU,
TBAIBa. ' LBA VS. AEB1TE
St. L. Springfield. Peoria.)
Bur. Qutn. via Monmouth! fl6 am 7:11 pm
tsoioago, Dterung.iuntonaii i
Dubuose. 7:41 am 8:40 tub
Peoria, Beardstown, Bur I
Ungton. Denver and west t 2:40 pm
Bt. Paul A Minneapolis 7M pm
1 11:58 am
Bterilnr, Clinton A Dubuque
St. L, Kana C, Denver A
Pac ooast via Galesburg.
Dally. tDaily except Sunday.
TJAVENPORT, ROCK ISL
and A Northwestern rail
way ("The Trl City RnUte."
Paasenver station at Kock
JHlaad A Peoria depot foot of
Twentieth street. U F. Ber
ry, O. P. A.. Davenport.
Iowa City ticket office, (
Second Avenue. Geo. W.
rninton. Sterling. Chicago.
Clinton: Chicago. Omaha.
Denver. Kock ford, Janes-
vlUe. Madison (leave Dav
enport, Clinton. - Chlcaro, Dimn.
Sterling (ar. Davenport.
Clinton. Omaha. Sioux City,
Utah and Pacific Coast..
Clinton. Sterling, Dixon.
Chicago. Cedar Rapids,
2:45 pm j
7:00 pm I
Clinton. Chicago. Janes-,
ville. Madison. Kock ford
Clinton. Denver. Omaha.
Trains marked daily,
All others dally ex
Best Dining Car Service.
Davenport Rock Island
Tri Citj Route, short line be
tween Tri-Cities, Chicaffo,
Clinton and all points via
the C, A N. W. railway.
URPABT FROM KOCK ISUtSD
No. I D Clinton. Sterling-. Dixon. Chi
cago. Ill 8:00 a sa
No. 4 B (Start from Davenport) Clin
ton; Omaha. Neb : Denver. Col.; Chi
cago, (lelvldere. Kockford. 111.:
Jaaesvt'le Wis., and Madison. Wis.. UAa
No. e D Clinton. Sterling, Dtx. C hi
eago, IL: Cedar Kapids sad Ana-
X jTS p m
No. 8 B Clinton: Omaha Neb.: Sioux
City. Iowa; Utah and Paeifle Coast
ARRITB AT ROCK rSIABO.
No 1 D Sioux City and Omaha Neb.;
No. I D Chicago, IE.; Madison and
Janes vine. Wis.; Roekford. Bel -riders.
Ill : Clinton
No 6 B Chicago. Duos. Mterileg. 111.:
Denver. Col. ; Omaha. Neb; Cedar
7:45 p B !
Rairtda CUatoa. Iowa.... ..
7 B Chicago. Dixon. S te rilcg, EL:
Clinton (Arrives at Davenport) 10-. !0 p a
Fasnper station at R-, I. & P.
depot, foot of Twentieth street.
L. F. BERRY, G. P. A., Daren port.
GEORGE W. WOOD. Aent.
?5 rruiciuiiai vai u
McCASKRIN & McCASKRIN,
Attorneys at Law.
Rock Island and Milan. Bock Island office
over Kreil A Math 'a store, Milan office on
Main street - -
JL C COsUTKIXY. . B. D. CUS3TSU.T.
CONNELLY A CON NELLY.
Attorneys at Law.
' Money loaned.
Office over Thomas' drug
store, corner or
second arenue ana seven-
JACKSON & HURST.
Attorneys at Law.
Office in Boek Island National Bank Building
VI I LtTDOLPK. BOBKRT. R. RETSrOLDS
LUDOLPH & REYNOLDS,
Attorneys at Law.
Money to loan. General legal business. No
tary public. 1706 Second avenue, Baford
d avnsiT. c L. V1UM
SWEENEY & WALKER.
Attorneys and Counsellor. at Law.
Office in Bengatoa block.
C. 3. SKABLS,
C B. atABSHslX.
Attorneys at Law.
Transaet a general legal business.
McENlRY & McENIRY,
Attorneys at Law.
- Loan money on goed security: make colleo
Woas Referenoe. Mitchell A Lynda, bankers.
umee, Miteneu ijcae building,
JOHN K. SCOTT.
City attorney of Rook Island. Ro3m 4,
incn u iynae puuoiog.
F. H. FIRST, M. D.
' Physician and Surgeon.
Phone 4 on 1367. Office. 338 Twentieth
street. Offloe hours: 10 to 12 a. m.; z t 4 and
t to 8 p. m.- Sundjy, 8:30 to 930 a m; 1:30 to
DR. CORA EMERY REED.
Poeclal attetion to diseases of women and
children, also dUeanes of eye. ear. note and
throat. Offloe hours 8:30 to 12 a. m.t 1 to 4 p
to. ti six reniu street, hook 1 si ana.
J. K BUB K HART. M. I).
HUH. HADA M
BDRKHART, W. D
Offlee Tremann block,
m.. I to Sand 7 to 9 p. ta.
Island, 111. Night calls
Office hours 8 to 12 a
Phone No. 4trJ, Rock
answered from offloe.
C. T. FOSTER. M. D.
Phyaislan and Surgeon.
Office between Third and Fourth avenues on
j wentieia street, irmce nours. to II a. :
I to 4 p. m. and 7 te 9 p m Night calls from
omee. tione om.
DR. S. H. MILLER,
Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist.
I lu atseases or norses and cattle treated on
aperovad principles. Surglc U operations per-
lomey m a hioouuc manner, uoss treated.
All calls promptly attended to. Residence.
1D0 Fourth avenue. Telephone 4032. Offloe
ana innraiary. 10)6-1017 Fourth avenue.
(Mauckers stable), opposite Ho. 1 firs bouse.
DR. H. EMMET STEEN,
Specialist and expert in the treatment of
rervlous, private and all ebronio diseases of
men and women.
Hours: 10 to 12. I to 4, 8 to 8. Snndsys 10 to
ix. Harrison ana tteeona streets. ODDOsite
new notion store.
DR. M. A. HOLLINGS WORTH,
calls phone 4iel.
Houve Pharmacy. Night
PROF. A. L. THOMPSON.
Psycho Magnetic Healer.
Treats all chronic diabases.
Hours 9 to 12: 1-) to 6 and 7:S0 to B:B0.
rourtt avenue, between Nineteenth
DR. H. G. TRENT,
" Office Hours:
t to 15; I to 6. Y. M. C A.
DR. C. W. GRAFTON,
Rooms 1 aed Ik. Mitchell A Lvnde bunding.
umea near rrom to ix a. m. and 1 to s p. i
J. T. TAYLOR.
Office hours 8:30 to It a m 1:10 to t-rio i
tIH Righteenth street. Grpoaite Union offloe
DRACK & KERNS.
Architects and Superintendents.
HENRY GAETJE, Prop.
Cat Flowers and Designs of sH Kinds.
1807 Second avenue. Telephone
CHINA'S COiMIIIG DOOM.
Professor McGee on the Battle of
- the White and Yellow.
FALL OF'THE EMPIRE PREDICTED.
Ctwlllaetivm Certalw, He Declares,
I Overthrow the Klnajdom, WlsttTtr
lUr Be tkve Resmlt of the Boxer
LTroables Inferiority of the Chl-
mese Hace and Its Evolntlon.
Professor W. J. McGee. who Is In
charge of the bureau of American eth
nology of the Smithsonian institution,
said in the course of a recent Inter
view -with the Washington correspond
ent of the New York Sun on the sub
ject of the Chinaman and the present
difficulties in China:
"Aside from any temporary success
or failure that may come to the arms
of the Boxers, there can be but one re
sult of the present -disturbances so far
as the Chinaman himself la concerned.
In his attempt to drive out the foreign
devil he Is opposing a power greater
than the combined fleets and armies of
the powers themselves; he is acting
In opposition to the same power that is
urging these powers on. And be must
The Chinaman Is opposed to prog
ress, lie must progress, ue wants to
do as his father did, to live as his fa
ther lived. He cannot do as his father
did, nor can he live as his father lived.
Call It criminal aggression, call it evo
lution, call it what you will, but as
surely as death follows life, as surely
as the waters run down to the seas, so
surely must the strong man triumph
over the -weak-, so sureiy must xne
weaker civilization and the Inferior
man go down In the greatest of all
struggles, the race of the races.
"The better to realize Just why the
Chinaman must and will follow this
law and eventually go under, it is bet
ter, perhaps, to go back a little. There
Is much scientific basis for the belief
that all mankind was not begotten of
common ancestry, that one mated
pair were not the parents of the white,
or European, races; the yellow, or Asi
atic, races; the red, or American, races,
and the black, or African, races. On
the contrary, it Is probable that they
were evolved in point of time in the
order named, the white man having
come first Into the world, the yellow
man second, the red man third and the
black man last. Measured by almost
any standard that can be applied, this
Now, man, as we know, starts far
down In the scale, both physically and
intellectually. He ascends, slowly at
first, but his movement Is always up
ward. Through his senses he learns,
and as these grow more acute or better
evolved his brain grows larger. The
longer any race continues on earth,
other things being equal, the greater
the evolution, the bigger the brain, the
stronger the muscle, the longer the life
and the better the man. A mixing of
the peoples, brought about first by
war, afterward thpugb peace, is bene
ficial. "With greater perfection of the arts
and means of communication and with
quicker mixing the civilization seems
to become cumulative. It has been
thus with the white man. His race is
the oldest, he Is furthest evolved. His
brain is the largest In the world, his
body Is the strongest among men and
the combination between brain and
body is finer in him than in other men.
It is needless to say that he knows
more, can learn faster and can do more
in a day than his nearest competitor,
the yellow man. His life is far longer,
and bis constitution is immeasurablv
stronger. In the qualities of which I
speak, the qualities Indispensable to
Individual and national greatness, the
English people are ahead of any other
European nation, while the people of
the. United States lead the world.
Since their creation the Chinese,
the Indians and the negroes have been
progressing. With the Chinamen, as
with 'other men, this progress through
its first stages has- been slow. In con
sequence he Is today a small skulled
and small brained man. Physically he
is small because almost perpetual peace
has left him alone to multiply. He is one
of the most perfect machines, but that
portion of him that thinks, that origi
nates, that plans and invents, is lack
ing. Left alone, his race in time would
evolve a high civilization. Internal
wars and famine would eventually kill
out the weaker and more peaceful. A
higher and still higher state of civiliza
tion would come about, for nothing
that is good dies. In his attempt to
Imitate his father he would do better
than bis father has done. The brain
of the best Chinamen .would continue
to grow larger. The weaker brained.
weaker muscled men would continue
But the empire must die, and the
present day Chinaman must pass
away. Ills race has mixed too little,
has progressed too slowly. It must
mix quicker, grow quicker, or perish,
for the mixed peoples and the strong
peoples will inherit the earth. The
chance will not and cannot be given
the Chinaman to work out his salva
"Why not?" was asked.
I am not discussing the question In
it ethical phases, said Professor Mc
Gee. "In the straggle of mankind the
right to hold Is the might to hold. No
Chinese wall can be built round the
empire unless back of it there stands
a man superior to the one who would
cBmb over It. If the Vail was there,
we would find men of greater muscle,
of greater brain and of greater skill
pressing against ft- These men are
actuated by the same instincts and the
same desire that have ever dominated
the human race. The white man Is
stronger,' hardier, abler and more fit In
every way than the man behind the
waJL He has a third more brain than
; the man behind the walL With brain
and muscle combined he can. accom
plish from two to ten times as much.
He. will live. SO years, and the man on
the inside will only live 23. There is
needed for him only the incentive of
advancement and gain, and he will
break down the wan. As we all know,
thai, lies within. And in he must go
Professor McGee was asked whether
there was hope for the Chinaman If he
adapted himself to progressive meth
ods and whether the road to bis salva
tion lay through Christianity.
"In the world's economy," was the
reply, "there is a place for the China
man, as there Isr for the Indian and the
negro. We have seen how contact with
the world's strongest civilization has
affected the Indian. So much for even
tualities. It is through the sweat of
his brow that the Chinaman can hope
longest to perpetuate his race. He
must be taught to use tools, how to
sow and to reap, how to work In the
home and In the mill, how to dig in
the mines and toll In the factories. He
must go to work and develop his king
dom; he must build and help operate
the railroads and telegraph lines and
factories necessary to that end. In
doing these things bis brain and body
will grow. The money of his stronger
brother will Induce him -to work at
first, and more money will keep him at
work, for by nature he is thrifty and
'In the immediate future there lies
but little hope of Christianity's doing
the Chinaman any good. The reason
for this is that you cannot Christianize
the present day Chinaman. He is emi
nently unfitted as a subject for Chris
tian missinary work, for he cannot
conceive or live up to the fundamental
concept of Christianity the golden rule.
Mohammedanism, the doctrine of the
fire and sword and of a material Mec
ca, will convert thousands among the
people of the Chinaman's grade of In
telligence where the precepts and dog
mas of Christianity fall utterly to con
vert. The Chinaman's brain is not up
. "In time a different state of affairs
will come about. The white man Is
going into China, and will continue to
go In, government policies, etc., to the
contrary notwithstanding. The stron
ger and more progressive of the China
men will take to the new ideas. The
weaker and more decadent of the Chi
nese coming into contact with their
stronger brethren and with the white
man will die. The race will improve,
and following the lines of least resist
ance will push out into Asia and other
parts of the world. The Chinese will
mix with one another and with for
elgners, and that portion of them who
are fit to survive will in the ages to
come form part of the great cosmop
olite race which will dwell on the
earth. Whatever there is1 that is good
in China will remain to humanity.
"It is commonly feared that the
peace of the world and the predomi
nance of the white man will be endan
gered If tools and arms are put Into the
hands of the Celestial. This fear is
groundless. The Chinaman is hand!
capped by the white man in brain, in
muscle, in knowledge, In intelligence
and in years. He can never catch up,
for even as he progresses the white
man must continue to go ahead and
away from him. lio, tne wmte race
has naught but gain coming from the
betterment of the Chinese people. The
United States especially will profit
greatly both now and in all time to
come by the creation of a mighty hive
of wealth producing industry in the
The Chinaman must have men of a
higher skill to make tools for him at
first and afterward to direct him in
using those tools. To make wealth he
will have to spend it also. The poten
tial demand for manufactured goods
in China Is Inestimable. Once started,
this demand will outrun any possible
domestic supply for years to come.
Nor will the higher paid American
craftsman be ruined by Chinese cheap
labor on the day that China's products
come in competition with our own. A
low grade man must do low grade la
bor. The toil and drudgery of today
will be passed by the American crafts
man on to the Chinaman of tomorrow,
and the American will seek and find a
higher plane of employment.
"From the Chinaman militant there
Is little to fear. .A, low grade man
makes a low grade fighter.. The per
sonnel of an army is what counts. Be
fore the Chinese soldier comes up to
the plane of our present American vol
unteer the white race will have cov
ered the earth," ,
It was suggested that the recent his
tory of the Japanese showed what the
Chinaman might do If a fighting spirit
Is aroused in bim.
"Ah," said rrofessor McGee, "it Is
right there that you are reckoning
without your host! The Chinaman has
not the brain; the Jap has. It Is not
generally known that in proportion to
his size and weight the Japanese has
the largest brain among men. In point
of absolute fact, the weight of the
American's brain Is greatest among
men, but relatively that of the Jap Is
greatest. The Chinaman must grow
In both body and brain; the Jap Is just
now developing his body by work.
When it grows up to his brain, the
Japanese will bear very close scrutiny
as an all round man."
Chinese News bearers.
According to the andent practice of
oriental monarch, the Chinese emper
or rewards those who-bring him good
news and punishes those who bring
bad news. . - - .... ,1 ...
Motor Fire Eaariae.
The new motor fire engine of the
Pari municipality. Is doing excellent
work. It carries six men and travels
at the rate of 13 mUes an hour.
The following firms are recommended to readers o The Ar
gus as prepared to serve patrons to the best possible
advantage, and worthy of business confidence:
One for .
Ask jour Gro
cer for it and get
a Cook Book free.
Suits made to
Cleaning and re
done at lowest
Beeond are. and
Mmt sua sy a wast.
Black Joe Creaa
It is Uw naaismsf al
L. EL West, Gum Co.
AOADEMY OF THE
conducted by the
sisters of the visi
tation, 2939 Fifth
avenue. Rock Is
land. The Acad
the new academy
will be opened
Monday. Sept. 18.
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and the languages.
811 Seventeenth St.
Kock Island, I1L
I, A. LEITMES,
E. F. Stroehle
Chicago papers de
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Street. Book Is
Hull & Co.
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ave. 'Phone 4992,
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Also . heavy or
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110 Nineteenth St
34th St. and
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IF POISONOUS DRUGS HAVE FAILED
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PROF. W. A. JACOBS, the great
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Office: Flat No. 1 Industrial
Home building, Reck Island.
Offloe hours 10 to 12 a m., 2. to i p. m.,
and 8:80 to 8 p. m, '
The next session
7th, 1899. Philo
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Office fn Masonic
90 to a m.
l:M to 4:80 p. m.
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Rook Island, ru.
Supervisor of music
in pubUe schools.
Private studio In Y.
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and IT to 9 p. m. and
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oy sporting paper In tbe country.
It is the "cleanest" daily printed in the West
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