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THE ARGUS, FRIDAY. JNOVEMBJKli 18. 1802.
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Rooms 53 and BS, Mitchell A Lyndr bnllding
v ?oirna oa
t trent- iw hcvat
l aiua srotrwit. taay
i J HOSTS DISLIKE IT.
j 'JNEASY SPIRITS SEEM TO RESENT
A DiHpasKionato CoiiHictrrutlon of a Sub
jeet 111 at Interest Most People- Some
thing; About t host i.v Coincidences.
Walter pcotfa Noises.
It is paid, I do not know how truly, that
tUe aKriculU5r.1l lahortT dislikes to lie can
vassed. Btiajj liuuiati, r.iid having prob
ably made his Mind, he naturally de
tests bci"..; v.7o:ried, and probably distrusts
tbe sincerity of those who worry him. A
similar highly praiseworthy reserve marks
the demeanor of many ghosts--they detest
being canvaseeil. Of nil people a ghost is
most averse to giving an account of him
self. My ovvn belief is that he knows
very little aiout hiiaself ami his mode of
life. If ever yon spokn to a person who
was talking in his sleep, you may have re
marked that he rarely gives an intelligible
answer. He cannot be kept to the point.
A ghost is walking, as it were, in his
hlt-ep. Ho has not all his wits about hira;
he hates to be bothered! It was not so
with the Laird of foul's ghost, who was
so popular in a chapbonk of the hist cen
tury. Cottl was ridin'r the rliost of one of
his tenants wl-en he lurt the minister and
told him all that he knew and chose to
reveal about hi? extx-riencc of being A
ghost. His remarks, I f.'ar, were satirical,
end on many points he was reticent. Even
Coul hated lieing cross examined. The
Psychical society, it seems, make little or
nothing out of their researches in haunted
houses. To sooner ijus an emissary go
down thru the frhost ceases to walk. He
isnt home, he injects to "iiouse to house
J Ve can ifytniostcnjoymentout of ghosts
! by treating them with onteel reserve,
j S.'hey ore like f.ils they take to one per
son, not la .mother. They will not frolic
luei'ely to obH;;.:. They resent an imperti
ier.t crifiosily. I never myself saw a ghost
in a Lr.iii.ti il Ji.iuse, or only once, and it
mi;;!:t Lave hern a lady's maid, '. it what
she was ;.:: there has never oeca ex
plained. A man may think he knows a great deal
ahc.it gliosis, and yet may blunder in the
most eleiie ;i!:.iy matters. If ever there
was a man whom we could have accepted
ha an! iioi ity on the ghostly it was Sir Wal
ter tJcott. His library contained as many
books of magic as the people of Kphesus
burned, to the regret of bibliophiles.
Among oilier Looks he posse.'d "Of
Chost.-s and of Sprites and of Strange
IToyses, C'rackes," and so forth, by Lewis
Lavaterus, I ranslated l.y 11.11. (London,
l.",0o). Yet when he heard the nocturnal
distur'o.'inces at AblKitsford lie torgot his
lore and gave "a singular solution" of the
problem. The passage is in a letter to
Terry, the ;'.e.tor, and was written at Sel
kirk April "0, ISIS. Scott was furnishing
Abbotsfi.rd. His agent in these matters,
Mr. Bullock, was in London. On April 28
Scott was ' awakened by a violent noise,
like drawing heavy boards along the new
part of the Louse. This was alout 2 o'clock
in the morning. Last night (the 20th) at the
same witehin;: hour, the very s me noise
occurred again. Mrs. Scott, as .011 know,
is rather timbcrsome, so tip got I, with
Beardie's broadsword under my arm
So bolt ujiripht
.'. lid ready to f:t;h:,
but nothing was out of t rder, neither cat
I discover what crjnsed the disturbance."'
Now Bulioi k Jf.id died in London, and,
as nearly as tiny could c.-certain, at the
very hour when Scott was roused from his
sleep by the 'inysteriu s disturbance."
Scott wrote to Terry (."::iy Hj: "Were you
Dot struck with the fantastical coincidence
of our nocturnal disturbances at Abbots
ford and the melancholy event that hap
pened? I protest to you. the noise re
sembled half u dozen men hard at work
putting up boards and furni'ure; and
nothing can b, tnriru cert.-.in tlian that
t her? was nobody ti tlit premises at the.
time." Lo.'khart adds that the coinci
dence made a much s:ro::---r impression
on Scott's mind than ::J: :.t he gathered
from the toe nf Ids 1. ;ie.-s tj Terry.
All this proves a lacuna ia Sir Walter's
remarks!)!,; knowledge of g.'.-.-ts their
Ways. The ei.in; idtll-e w:.s .iot, so re
markable. IJuilofl; oijiy i:i. u once. But
the disturbances occurred on two nights.
Xowthep( i::t is. and Scott should have
known it, that such "Norses and Craekes"'
are not only usual but even desi -able in
houses while : hey are bring built and fur
nished. Nobody's memory is always ready
at need, and Scott no doubt, forgot wh:."t.
Lavatcrus remarks on this branch of the
subject. Says he: "When houses are in
building the neighlmrs many times hea--the
carpenters therein, and other artificers
handling all things in such sort as if thev
wert. busily laboring in the daytime.'"
This exactly describes what Sir Walter
heard a noise of half a dozen men at work
In an uncon.pleted house. There was no
reason to connect the circumstance with
Bullock's dath; with that event a phe
nomenon perfectly ordinary and recognized
chanced to coincide. Lavatcrus goes on,
"And this strange wonder is joyfully re
ceived as a strong token of good lucke."
Alas! it brought no luck to Ablotsford.
But Lavnterus' statement proves that this
class of dist urbances is familiar and that
the by pot he-' cf coincidence with a death
Is superfluous and probably erroneous.
The whole passage shows that a man may
knowagre.-w deal about ghostly practice
and precedent, yet may miss an obvious
and essential fact.
In a house, a modern Louse, known to
i;:e many unexplained noises and other
phenomena followed the introduction of
certain objects cf pagan religion objects
whose history is hideously sanguinary.
Amcng these phenomena were snatching
and twitchings at the Ledelothes of the in
mates. This is a very usual sprightliness
of ghosts, but why do they do it? Suetonius
mentions it. Lavatcrus also speaks of it
as normal and usual. He explains it as
the work of devils, but this is a hasty the
ory. Can any one say why ghosts in nil
ages play the name tricks? The conserva
tism of ghosts, even in the most trivial
matters, is a theme which haunts ine. We
should not canvass ghosts, but they can
bardly resent our historical curiosity and
literary research. London Illustrated
Postmaster S. "21. Teats, at Hope. Kan
commttted suicide by shooting himself in
the head. Fear of losing his place under
the Democratic administration and finan
cial embarrassment caused him to become
Premier Canovas Del Castilla gave a
brilliant reception at Madrid to 1,000 for
eign delegates and visitors to the Colum
The Berlin police authorities hare seized
The Arbeiter Zeitung, a new anarchist
paper. The plates and 4,000 copies of the
caper were deetiovasf -
The Giant's Causeway.
The Giant's causeway is situated at the
northern extremity of county Antrim, a
short distance from Port Rush, Ireland.
It consists of countless hosts of basaltic
pillars, varying in shape from a pentagon
to an octagon, the average length of each
column or pillar being about eighty feet,
the whole stacked so closely together that
a knife blade could hardly be inserted be
tween them. But the formation of these
pillars is not the least wonderful part
about them, for, although they may be
counted by thousands and tens of thou
sands, each column is fashioned with a
symmetry that suggests a mason's handi
work. Their composition is a perfect
fusion of one-half flinty earth, one-quarter
lime and clay, one-quarter almost pure
iron, each pillar being divided into regular
lengths or joints which come together as a
perfect, natural ball and socket union.
Although to be found in small detach
ments (imbedded in the cliffs, sands, etc.)
for some distance along the shore, the
principal aggregations forming the cause
ways proper consist of three, projections
or tongues known as Little, Middle and
Grand causeways. These singular col
umns are of different lengths anil present
an astonishing appearance as they stand,
an army of at least 40,001 strong marshaled
on the shores of Erin as if ever ready to do
battle with the rising tide. St. Louis lie
public. Eot Elow
snd -!-n,r vour n.oinii n-fterward with
S T.or-ON I', r.il ou' teeth will be in
c inii :ii;) : .. ts.c.ir work for yarn
Ti-nuMsiidj" cf .Is :poc.'ie bolted their
f od 1 .-ni;s.. il.ei had m ,:ocd let'h to
miHt.irvui- wi.ii. Ot.ew fine,at flow, and
Eot Springs Skin Salve.
T';U Salve io h fitly 1 rep, ration tf
petr.ilni.r. comhiniil with cvuporated
8 1: ti 1 a i'.r. Hot Sp'it.t;?, Arkunsic?. ar.d
U i coon-. -, d for tc t mii) all t-kin
r-i.'ies "rj.l eruptions. Hot Sprites
Skin Siivi; j i,riiM.l i';y tec miendi-:
f-'T lmt.ie-. Ev!!i:s, S -.re N-pna-i., Itch.
Ivh'i.ij 1'iiis '(e ::r, 1' ir'.-: r's lull, Si-'.ui
ilihii. In :;:.!(.) xrd Tel ir.gof the Scalp
::.i ii r's ti ..eot ei. in ".. r, reH
i?i n v- a di. 0 n.iruu- r rnc.lv for
llr :.'.; 'i-. -:. ijj up -f the tbrost,
1 le.tk, etc., i( rourse is n t'lent b'essing.
Ci heli Cough Cure is fu h a r. no :iy.
(.'i:N.liC'i'jli Cure One Minute."
& remarkable Discovery.
A reir, .'.lv -.!i!e i.i-c .very is (.)).: of the
.'l.rotiio 5 t,-. iKin, lions i f uii 'i.vt:seis.
C'.:!k1 t'lioi! ( i.re :: r. 1 s:je!i, i: is an
1 h: i)e.l rerr.e.l vsi:h known merit.
if.t!i; .n reiei.l li prineiulcs t y txj.er
a . .1 .; e-r is's It t-lt r:is tastaut re.
: f, mid in c-tl'ed tlie o:.e uiiniitti remedy.
1 -r i nps couah'cji at. once, rocs iot
ei:ie but g ee? ti'iuporary relief to con
MiH'ptive'. -,Dd . bso!ulelT cures all o'her
tit ciiTiisr.f th" tbrott, lures'-, etc. For
'r.mp. wbooiog ron.-b aid colds of
ebi'!rcc Cut ed C-uuh Cure is vi.lijaMe
Kr'.i.-i's lieaduere Ci-.pulcs unlike
m n riniirs ste perfectly harmless,
snd i (,i:ltMo r.o irjutious subs lancr, and
Ki'ls'. 'P sty kii.d of 1 i;e:id-iche. will
pn vet.t hcuiii chrs cuisi.d hy ovcriuduli
1 ri-e iu fond or drii k .t niijht. I'rire
25"; for s-.'.7 1riiitt;s
Driving tfts Brain
at tne expense
of the Bod
While we drive
tne brain tve
must build up
the body. Ex
ercise, pure air
make healthy flesh refreshing
sleep such are methods. When
loss of flesh, strength and nerve
become apparent j our physician
will doubtless tell vou that the
quickest builder of a'il three is
of Cod Liver Oil, which not only
creates flesh of and in itself, but
stimulates the appetite for other
!S--narG bvReot' & .-w,i
en,ll:-.l tnJ-- ..r-. . .i.-Soakin. Pa.
ImOTW. ' lill.W . ,, lae. ,.-1-1.. .-.-nnrinn. Srm
sa.e iy ! iirr-.-i jr ; .-.-. 01 -uiiea tue at eta.
that the ftlmpte treut.
wuavu uiauc sa HiaU
of me wiU certain It cur
1 be reel pe will b sent ( araieii j rrM toanrone who wlH
avoid oiiarks lri? rnoiuth t pire It a trial Artrtrnii
wlvti.Uaiu.WM.iT i Ltii, .Hjx M "raoaB. tttL?
rS ' i-H
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Castoria is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants
and Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor
other Narcotic substance. It is a harmless substitute
for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor Oil.
It is Pleasant. Its guarantee i thirty years' use by
Blillions of Mothers. Castoria destroys Worms and allays
feverishness. Castoria prevents voniitiHg' Sour Curd,
cures Diarrhoea and 'Wind Colic. Castoria relieves
teething troubles, cures constipation and flatulency.
Castoria assimilates tho food, regulates the stomach
and bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Cas
toria Is tho Children's Panacea the Mother's Friend.
"Castoria is an excellent medicine for chil
dren. Mothers have repeatedly told me of its
good effect upon their children."
Dir. Q. C. Ofoood,
" Castoria is the best remedy for children of
which I am acquainted. I hope the day is not
far distant when mothers will consider the real
interest of their children, and use Castoria in
stead of tbe vnriousquack nostrums which are
destroying their loved ones, by forcing opium,
morphine, soothing syrup and other hurtful
agents down their throats, thereby sendiuj
them to premature graves."
Dtt. J. F. KlNCHELOE,
The Centaur Compar.y, T7
of Wiiao, the well known and 9ucceshfulpieciall6t in Chronic diseases and diseases of the
"rc :ri Szr. hss decides: o visit
Rock Island, Friday, Nov., 1 8th, at the Harper House.
Consultation and examination free and confidential in the parlors at the hotel from 9 a. m
to 9 p. rc. ONE DAY ONLY.
Surgeon-in-Chicf Inter-State Association cf Expert Specialists is acknowledged to be the
most skillful prai tioner in Chronic and Nervous Diseases in this country.
Graduating with distinction from the University of M ichigan, he took up the study of
diseases of the Eye and Lar and the so-called obstinate and incurable Chronic Diseases,
devoting many years of study and research in some of the best hospitals and colleges of
the world. He is not to be classed with the ordinary traveling doctor, who too often is
not even a graduate of a reputable Medical College. In addition to a large home prac
tice he visits a few of the important cities of Illinois and brings his great skill and expe
rience to those who could not well withstand the expense, fatigue, apprehension, and-excitement
of visiting a large city. Thousands die or become confirmed invalids from the
lack of skilled and expert medical and surgical treatment.
NerVOUS Diseases Nervousness, Nervous
Debility, Impaired Memory, Mental Anxi
ety, Absence of Will Power, Melancholy,
Weak Iiack, etc., etc., arising oftentimes
from indiscretions or from organic disease
in other organs. From neglect or improper
treatment these diseases otten end in Mel
ancholia Insanity or Suicide.
Catarrh, Asthma, Bronchitis ant.' Hay
Fever are all curable. The treatment of
Hay Fever must be begun three months at
least before the expected attack. Catarrh,
that terrible disease, which often leads to
deafness. Ringing in the Ears, Asthma,
Consumption, and diseases of the Stomach,
cured by the latest and most improved
methods of medical science.
Kidney and Bladder Diseases, Strictures,
Varicocele, Hydrocele, Syphilis, etc., etc,
and all the terrible disorders consequent on
the indiscretions of youth treated with abso
lute certainty of cure.
BRING SAMPLE URINE FOR FREE EXAMINATION.
Wonderful Cures Perfected in cases which have been neglected or unskillfully treatea.
No experiments or failures. After examination, if a case is found incurable, the pat
ient will be honestly informed.
Ca8eS and Correspondence strictly confidential and treatment sent by mail orexprcae
but personal consultation preferred. Send stamp for question lists. Address
DR. E. H. DEYOE, 789 Warren Ave., Csieage.
B. F. DeGEAR,
Contractor and Builder,
Office and Shop Comer Seventeenth St. . . "P.w.1, T 0 1 -
and Seventh Avenue, KOCK island!
IsWAll kinds of carpenter work a specialty. Plans and estimates for all kinds of bolldlnjrs
furnished on application.
R. O. Hudson M. J. Paezeb.
HUDSON & PARKER,
CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS,
A.U kinds of Carpentering promptly attended to. Estimates
furnished when desired.
Shop cor. First ave. ard Seventeenth st. Rock Islaai
" Castoria is so well adapted to children that
I recommend it assupcriortoany prescription
kuun'n to me."
H. A. Arcbkr, M. D..
Hi So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. Y.
' Our physicians in the children's depart
ment have spoken highly of their experi
ence in their outside practice with Castoria,
and nlthcugh we ouiy have among our
medical supplies what is known as reguiur
products, yet wo are free to confess that tho
merits of Castoria has won us to look with
favor upon it."
United Hospital and Dispensary,
Allen C. Smith, fret..
Murray Street, New York City.
Ciseases of Rectum, Piles, Fissures,
Fistula, and Ulcers cured permanently with
out pain, knife, cautery, or detention from
Epilepsy, Catalepsy. Etc.. cared fcv a
wonderful new discovery.
Skin Diseases. Eczema. Psoriais. Pitwria.
sis, Lichen, etc, etc,, treated successfully.
Diseases of the Stomach, Liver, aad
Diseases of Women positively cured if
taken in time before the nervous system i
shattered. Delay and improper treatment ia
the cause of so many unhappy results in
this class of cases.
Diseases of the Heart and Blood The
large majority of so-called Heart Diseases
Diseases of the Eye and Ear AH oper
ations necessary done without any pain a4
without the use of anaesthetics.