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THE TRATELER8 GUIDE.
CHICaOO, KOC& ISLAND PACIFIC KAIU
way Depot corner Firth avenue and Thirty
TRAINS. ' ' tKast. tWaar.
Coo net I Bluffs A Mlnneo-1
taUay Express I 11 :08 am 4 :41 an
Kansas City Day Bxpross... 1 0:37 pm OiSOan,
Washington Kxprese.. ...... t;i0 pm S:lpm
Council fetalis 4 Miuneso- I
ta Mr- :n u 1 7 :40 am T :5 pni
Omaha and Denver Vi lit-1
bole Express I j -44 m :M am
Kum :u Limited . ... 4:4S suv'll ;10 pin
B t part-Rock IsUnd Kxpres 6.40pm) W: q an
'Daily. vQolni; cam. H-int west.
BTJRUNGTON ROLTK- C, B. V. RA.JJ,
way Depot First avenue and Sixteenth si.
M.J. Yonng, air-nt. '
TRAIMv Li. ATX HKnr
8U Loots Nxpreae o :40 am S :40 am
BU Loot Kxprsss ! 7 -07 pm 7 :i-7 piu
St. Paul Express 6 45 pir. T5aia
Beardstnwu Passeutter 8:58 pm 10:36 a a
Way Froti:ht (Monmouth)... 8:00am 1:50 pin
Sterling P.snor. ......... 7 -Bf am 6-40pn
St! Paul Kxprose o.f am 8:45 pn
PtfrHag Freight 11 am 10 :8fl a n
CHICAGO. MlLWAUKBS A ST. PAUL RAIlt
way Racine A Southwestern Division De
pot Twentieth street, between Flint and Second
avenne. K. D. W. Holmes, agent.
TRAINS. JiA. Abbivb.
Mail aud bxpresr 7:IX)n 9:00 im
tt. Paul Expr es 8:M)im 11.4s sm
r t. i. Accommodation t .4 ao . 6 :iOj m
BOCK ISLAND PKOKIA RAILWAY DB
pot Firal nvenn and Twentieth street. F.
H. Rockwell, Agent.
TRAINS. I.SAVB. abkivi.
Past Mall Kxpross 8:05 am 7:i'6)m
B sprees 2:40 pm 1:25 pm
Cable Accommodation 9:10 am 8:00 'Hn
" 4:00 pm 8:05 -m
MOOT DIBjiCT BOCTK TO TflS
East, South and Southeast.
Lv. Rock Island..
Cum "rf due ...
9 :: am
Torre Hants. .
8t. Lonla ..
10:0 1 pm
Ar. Rock Island..
110:10 ami 8:5) pm
Accommodation tnuna leave Rock lalaid at
48a. sa. and 8 JO p. m; arrive at Peoria S:t0 p.
m. and 1:10 a. m. Leave Peoila 1:00 t. m. and
T:lp.m; arrive Rock Island 4:00 p.m. and IrK
All trains rna dally except Sunday.
All pasae get trains arrive and depart t nlon
Free Chair earon Fast Express between Bock
Islond and Peoria, both directions.
Through tiokets to all points ; baggage Checked
through to destination.
9. In am
Lv. Rock Island.
6.20 am IS. 'Opm
7.00 am 1.15 pm
7.55 am a. JO pna
" Rock Inland
H. B. 81TDLOW,
A C -liTEO WITH THE GEOOHAPHT Of THIS COUNTRY Wl . 0BT
MUCH vv Jati INFORMATION FROM A STUDY OF THIS MAI' OF THE
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KESOTA; Watertown and Sioux Falls, In Dr KOTA;
Cameron, 8U Joseph and Kansas City, tn MISSOURI)
Omaba, Lincoln. Falrbury and Nelson. In NEB IASKA ;
Atchison, Leavenworth, Horton, Topeka, Uulrhtnson.
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THBOTJQH WIXHOUT CHANGE to and 4ml2
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1 :15 pm
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11 '.00 pm
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- . Bran;iuciu may oe
Rubied by many, but when Dr. Franklin
sua raimeDt iaain specialist,
olwtns that heart disease is curable and i
f,u " "J tnousands of testimonials of)
wonderful curts by his new heart cure. !
It attracts thn attntiMi aI ,v.
...wulvu vi IUC KIlilllODB
suffering with short breath, palpitation,
irregular pulse, wind in stomach, pain in
side or shoulder, emotherint; spells, faint-
ln? rirrr n n ... n .
--' "' i. clc. a., jr. Lavig. Btver
Creek. Neb . by rising four bottles of
Dr. Miles New Heart Cure, was com
pletely cured after 18 years' suffering
from heart disease. Bonks free.
A large manufacturer, whose affirs
were very much embarrassed, and who
was overworked and broken down with
nerrouR exhaustion, went to a celebrated
specialist. He was told that , the only
thing needed was to be relieved of care
worry, and have a change of thought.
This doctor was more considerate of his
patient's health than of his financial cir
enmstancta. He ought to h-.ve advised
him to use Miles' Restorative Nervine, the
best remedy for nervous prostration,
sleepless, dizziness, headache, ill effects
of spirits, tobacco, coffee, opium, etc.
Thousands testify to cares. Book and
trial bottle free at Hartc A Bahnien's.
Kile' Serve and Liver Pills.
Act on a new principle regulating the
liver, stomach and bowels through the
nerves. A new discovery. Dr. Miles'
Pills speedily cure billionsuess, bad taste,
torpid liver, piles, constipation. Un
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Smallest, mildest, surest! 50 doses 25
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many women suffer from Sma
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e Sp3c!r:c fcr PSIHFUL. PROfllSE,
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Represents, amons; other tlme-tned and we
known Fire Insurance Companies he following
Royal Insurance Company, of Encland.
weschester Fire Ins. Company ot N. Y.
Baflalo German Ina. Co., Bnrfalo, N. Y.
Rochester German Ine.Co., Rochester. N. Y
Cltiiens Ins. Co., of Pittshnrgh, pa.
Bon Fire Office. London.
Union 1ns. Co., of California.
Becuritv Ins. Co.. New Hiven, CoTin.
Mltwankee Mechanics Ins. Co., Milwaukee, Y".r
Barman Fire Ins. Coof Peoria, 111,
Office Cor. 18th 8t., and Second Ave
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
HAYES & CLEAVELAWD
Representing over 40 Million Dollars
of Cash assets.
Fire, Life, Tornado.
Bands of Suretyship.
OPFIOB Room 21. Mitchell A Lyase's black
Knrk Island, Ills.
f3Trlecare onr rates ; they will intcres yea.
J. M. BUFORD,
The old Fire end Time-tried Companies
Losses Promptly Paid.
Rates as low as any reliable company eaa . ssTera
Your Patronage la solicited.
OEO. P. ST ATJDTJH A R,
Flans and saperlntendenoe for all class erf
8 aad 58. MiteheU as Lynda balMlag
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THE ARGUS, WEDNESDAY, JSOVEMUEIi 23. 1892. a
I.UiRIOUS. STUDY OF MAN'S DEAL
INGS WITH THE BRUTES. '
Time Caed to 15 e Mhra Maeistratea Sol
emnly Heard Arrumenti Over the Guilt
or Innoecnea of a Tilrd or a Lizard or
an Insr-ct An Intorpstlnc; Rook.
A book which will delight all lovers of the
carious and grotesque, ns well as provide
food for serious thought, Las appeared at
aples under the title of "Cnra mul Beasts."
Its author. Sigtior d'Addosio, fkwiTjln it
as a mere attempt to deal with the subject.
He prepared it without asRiRtnure, and ad
mite that it only imperfectly covers the
atrouod be hns outlined. Yet it r resents a
perfectly astonnding array., of., facts and
veracious incidents rvlatiti; to the sup
posed amenability of brutes totliecivillnw.
The reader is first reminded that the
ancient law of the Rgyptinas, Indians,
Persians, Hf-brew and Greeks Attributed
rights and duties to aoimnls, find decided
that equally vcit"a men animals were sub
ject to praiNe or blame, reward or punish
ment. For this reason" severe penalties
wt instituted a&niust men who took the
life of animal, maUrrated or hurt them
withont reason, and eo.tsi.Hy severe penal
ties! were awarded to animals for nets hurt
ful to the live or property of men. Little
by tittle these laws, which flourished
when mankind was still childlike and in
genuous, fell into rlisne as the human
race became aware of its immense supe
riority, and finally the cold and reasoning
Romans denied to anirjals any rights and
clutit and pronounced them to lie void
of eormcieuce or personality, without,
however, deciding- tliat they were mere
Then rams a reaction. The Middle
Age, distinguished for the predominance
of imagination over reason, leaped back at
a bound to superstition and barbarism,
and all righto and duties were restored to
animals, together with mtch responsibility
that when they committed any act hurtful
to manor his works ihey Were summoned
at criminals and subjected to the rigor of
ths law. In the Sixteenth century this
humanities of auimals began again to de
crease, until in the Seventeenth century it
After this historical sketch. Signer
d'Addccio considers the ndvance of science
In relation to the animal kingdom. The
theory of evolution, which ascribes to
brutes the rudiment of human attributes.
Is carefully reviewed. The modern school
of science, says the author, declares that,
in common with mankind; animals possess
reason will, conscience, lnnguage, senti
menta and sociability, and that the whole
difference lies in the more or less in quan
tity and not in quality. The modern penal
school now begins to ask: "What is
crimef" and itself replies that crime is a
natural phenomenon, common to plants
and tnimals equally with men. Now,
slyly observes Signer d'Addosio, if this
theory be carried out to its logical conse
quence, t would result that an animal
which sinned against human society ought
to be punished for its crime, as it was in
the Middle Ages.
Tbe curious lawwntte which were is the
Middle Agns so often Instituted against
members of the' animal kingdom were
sometimes penal, sometimes civil. The)
former were directed against animals that
had destroyed human life, or resorted to
magfe and diabolical works, when the ac
cused were put In prison, tried, sentenced,
condemned and executed according to all
the formalities of lawsuits against human
criminals. The civil suit) were directed
against such animals or insects as attacked
and damaged corn fields, vineyards, or
chards, meadows and so on, or in any other
way were hurtful to the possessions of
When prayers and processions had been
resorted to in vain an appeal was made to
the local ecclesiastical judge, who cited t he
destroyers to appear before him and nomi
nated advocates far and against. The in
habitants of ttie damaged district did the
same, nnd the trial took place with solem
nity and with all the tedious details and
long wiuded arguments of meuiteval jus
tice and jurists. Tin: sentence generally
condemned the accused iusects or animals
to leave the invaded territory within a
given date, on pain of curses and excom
munication, and almost always assigned
some uncultivated place where they could
retire and live as they pleased. Often when
the creatures had been deaf to the sentence
a new trial aud verdict were undertaken to
curry out the excommunication.
There are triven in the book, on the au
thority of ofiicial records, accounts of a
vast number of trials of horses, cattle,
fowls, doers, goats, snakes, leeches, etc.
The mnjority of cases are taken from the
records of French courts, though Italy
furnishes a goodly number. In Naples
itself, for example, an ass was solemnly
tried and condemned to be burned to
death, a proceeding which called forth a
scoffing poem from a wit of the period.
Civil suits were generally directed against
vermin, such as caterpillars, grubs, leeches,
locusts, rats, mice and so on.
In 1451 a suit whs instituted against the
leeches which infested the ponds in the
neighborhood of Berne, in Switzerland, and
the bishop of Lausanne, in his instructions
to bis parish priest of Berne, which in
structions were solemnly approver) of by
the professors of the University of Heidel
burg, mentioned that it would be advisa
ble to procure "some of the aquatic worms
and place them before the magistrates."
This was done, and the leeches, both those
present and those absent, were ordered to
leave the place they had so boldly infested
within three days on pain of incurring tbe
malediction of God. New York Tribune,
About Airing Beds.
In siring beus the most thorough careful
housekeeper often errs through her very
thoroughness. She will shake tbe shfieta,
black eta, etc., and hang them out of the
window and over chairs, having them all
exposed as much ss possible to the direct
rays of the sua and in the strongest breese,
and this is just what should be done. Then
the pillow will be taken up and thumped
until they ar soft and fluffy and placed in
the very sunniest spot, and this is all
wrong. The sun wiil draw the oil from
the feathers, and the pillows will have a
rancid, disagreeable odor. Expose them to
tbe air daily; be as thorough as you please
in thia, and place the pillowslips in the
srun if you wish, but do not make the mis
take of giving pillows, bolsters, cushions
or anything containing feather a long sun
bath, or you will do them more harm than
good. Cxchaoga. :
Couldn't Koala the Bargains.
A woman was walking tbe streets of
Boston a short time ago carrying a box of
pencils, aad around her neck was a card,
on which was printed, "Help the Blind."
As shs walked along shs seemed to take
tunc plewsar la looking at that pretty
futag ia tis store window. P ailsplalniua
'v'': A'Ciefol TJttie Pet, - j
.. Th average housekeeperwiU.be pleased !
to bear that of late years there has been '
added to the family of pehs a small creature 1
vouch sought svfter and highly prised by j
the youngsters. It is a turtle of the smaller i
variety and sometimes a tortoise. -
When said youngsters start off for tbe
woods and return bearing in their hands a
squirming, struggling turtle a feeling more
of disgust than of pleasure is seen depicted
upon the face of the average housekeeper.
But if the woman in question will harbor
tbe little creature in the yard or kitchen,
to the infinite delight of Ihe boys and girls,
she will find herself suddenly growing at
tached to it, for the simple reason that It
performs certain little offices by which it
soon endears fteelf to the heart of the
They cost little or nothing to keep, feed
ing mostly on lettuce leaves or other veg
etable matter, aud render useful sen ice
by keeping a kitchen or garden free from
beetles and vermin. New York Gammer
A a Old Welsh Custom.
The kindling of bonfires on hills ia she
simplest of celebrations at any tire. The
Druids made four great fires at their feet
vals tn February, May, August and X
vember. Wales seems to hav been a eouis
ry espeefally tenacious ejf this custom.
Bach fawrily nsed to moke Its own fire, and
as It was dying out each member: would
throw a whit etone tnto it, th stones W
ing marked for future sdenMfteaMbn. Tba
aTl said tfaeir prayers and went to bed, and
rn th morning they tried to (lad all the
trsowes Spain. If any ston was atiaaiag It
betokened that the owner pf t woukl oto
withl a yeas.
So reeltiorai are pretty smd pfc
tareequ and attractive; this wa on of
th rssay which were rul aa wait a pio-
rostra e. ft would take but a slight aod
deat to eases a frigkt that might b ao
taafry taogcroua a sporsttUoas parens,
aad It won 11 toot be hard for aa aemy of
suck a paoa toetuuv that fright kf rtsai
rng klw stow from the ire. 9fww Twt
- - I'UV a... .
Surprise to AH.
After uslnc "Mother's Friend" tw.t
moDlhs t was so tpe dily ard easily re
lieved that it was a emprise to those at
u-nding me. "Mother's Friend' uodoubt
ly lessens the pains, shortens the time
snd restores the mother sp'tdily to
heal b. Will recommend it to all ex
ptf.nt rroihers. and a lvise thctn to us-j
it. Mrs. J. B. R. Muncie, Id.
Brad&eld's Female Regulator
has won, on merit alone, a wideepread
and enduring leputation. It is a com
bination of vegetable agents, the reun
of the experiouce of one who made tbe
diseases of women a life-Jong study
Taken according to directions the organs
awake to new life and energy, leavine
the woman free from pain at these per
iods. Soldbv nru & BabnBcn.
Hot Springs tkia Salve.
This salve ia a fatty preparation of
petrolatum combined with evaporated
salts from the Hot Springs, Arkansas, and
is recommended for any and all skin
trombles and eruptions. Hot Bprinpa
Skin Salve is particularly recommended
for Pimples, Ectema, Sore Nipples, Itch
Itching Piles. Tetter, Barber's Itch, Scald
Head. Irritation and Itching of the Scalp
' " On Minnte.
One minute's time often makes a great
difference a one minute remedy foi
Bronchitis, choking up of the throat,
lunge, etc., of course is a crest blessing
Cubeb Cough Cure is such a remedy.
Cnbeb Cough Cure One Minute.
A S emarkablelDisco very.
A remarkable discovery is one of tbe
chronic proclamations of advertisers
Cubed Cough Cure is not such, it is sd
established remedy with known merit,
uide on scientific prlnciDles by exper
ienced chemiBts. Ii nffords instant ic
I'cf, and is ctlicd the oae minute remedy.
fr it stops coughing at ouce. docs cot
cure but gives temporary relief to con--nnptives.
snd ibsolutefy curts alloihi'r
aff-xtnns of the throut. lungs, etc. For
roup, whooping couth at-d colds of
children Cuted Cough Cure is valuable.
Kru8"'s Headache Capsules unlike
mnny remedies are perfectly harmless,
rid contain no injurious subbtan-e, and
wi!l stop any kiid of a hesdnche. wih
prevent hesrinches csusrd by ovcrin'lul
nee in food cr dr.tk Ute at night. Prist
25c; for Silebv rtr;iii:is!9.
Wb?it tbe Hon. George G. Vpi, ,t,ys ir
regard to the superiority of tbe Hirrb
rierg b diamond bt.d noti-c'jaugcble spec
"I am us'ng glsppts which I purchaser:
'rom Prof. Hirecbberg snd they are th
bent I ever tried; it affords me grev
oleasure to recommend i'rof. Hirs-cLb. rt
s an excellent optician, and his elat.se
re simply unequalled In my exnrience
Q. G. Vest
These spectacles are for sale bT T. B
Thomas agent for Rock Island. "
The Best Remedy For
There is no malady that ia so prevalent
as catarrh. In some sections of the
Country almost every resident has it t a
greater or less degree. All Bufferer wil
be rejoiced to know that Beid's G-rmn
Cough aod Kidney Cure will positively
relieve this disgusting disease, and if per
severed in will cure tbe worst case Tbe
following is a testimonial in point:
Moline. Hay 21, 183
Sylvan Remedy Co.
Gentlemen: I have used
German Coukh and Kiioey Cure for over
two year ana i can nigniy recommend
ms uws rwuiruy x nave ever tried
the lunga end kidneys. When I take
tne medicine gives me instant relief,
have tried a great many lung and kidn
cures bnt none beln me likn thia
know it will do iust what you aay it w
and I think that it has no equal I he
recommended it to others and all I know
who have taken it y Reid'e German
jougu ana Kidney Cure is jest the mrdi
cine for tbe lungs end kidneys and also
for catarrh . I know that it is a good
medicine for this disease for It help m
more tb so words ean express. If any
one wishes information in regard to this
medicine, write to
Mm W. B. Fobtm,
IIJ7 Fifth Ave, Moline. 111.
Get this great reeatdy of any dealer.
l enAs Bsunav Co.
3ostoria ta Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infanta
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 is thirty years use hy
Hillions of Mothers. Castoria destroys Worms and allays
feTcrishness. ' Castoria' prevents vomit lag Sonr Curd,
cures Diarrhoea - and Wind Colic. Castoria relieves
teething troubles, cares constipation and flatulency.
Castoria assimilates th food, regulates the stomach,
and borels, ' giving healthy and natural sleep. Gas
toria is tho Children's Panacea the Mother's Friend,
" Ossaori is aa excellent medicine for chil
eTresw S others have repeatedly told me of it
foot rJTaot spoil their ehildrea."
Pa. O. C Oeooon,
Oastoria is the best remedy for children ti
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 various quack nostrums which are
aestroytag their loved ones, by forcing opium,
morphine, soothing syrup and other hurtful
agent down their throats, thereby sending
tbora to premature graves."
Db, J. F. Kihcbdob,
Uuaway, Ark. I
Th Coatanr Company, TT Murray Street, Tfexr York City.
B. F. DeGEAB,
Contractor eirial B 1:1 i Icier,
Ofccc tkncl Shop Ccnier Scycu'.pcnth ft.
ind Seventh Avenue,
Sflf.V.i kiads of carpenter work a specialty.
S. Q. Hudson m. j. Parkm.
HUDSON & PARKER,
CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS,
All kinds of Carpentering promptly attended to. Es.timat4s
furnished when desired.
Shop cor. First ave. ard Seventeenth en. Rock Ipland.
J. B, BoHowbesb, M, D. Geo, B, Berth, H, D.
DRS. BARTH & HOLLOWBUSH.
DHrnlflANS AND t'TJRGKONS.
- OUce 403 23 'd st. Telrphone I0S5
Kesidence 7S1 21st St. - 1184
Or. Ban h I l)r, Uollowbnsh
9 to 10 a.m. I 10 to 12 a.m.
1 to S and 7 to8 p.m. 2 to5ai.d Ttosp.m.
DR. C3AS. ROBINSON
Eye, Ear, Rose and Throat
Office McCnlloagh Baili3in, 134 W. 3d Bl.'.
Conrs : 9 to 11 sir : 1 to 4 pin.
J. P. Mri-s, M. D. Geo. W. Wheeikb, M. D.
DRS. MYERS & WHEELER,
nr.rv tnd I of v omen.
t fflce over K-rll A Math Te ephone 1143.
- orrics bocbs:
DR MTEUB I bit. WUEELra.
0 to li a. m 18 'o M a m.
to 5 acd 7 to 9 p m 1 1 to 3 and 7 to 9 n. m.
eg. teleplion.: 1:W K- tel. phue, 11SJ
R. 0. FEARCE.
aoom 33 in Mitchell A Lrnue a new blor.a.
DR. J. E. ; AtVTH3?,E.
Teeth extracU'd without pain by tbe new
o 17 C Second a venae, over Krell A Math's.
JRS, BlCKtLct SGHQEMAKER
vtitchell A Lynde's Block, Rooms 20-31
Though Shoes can be bought
almost anywhere, and though
many of our competitors de
clare that they undersell every
one ele. we tjiink the reason is
that sensible people und-retand
that we do furnish good values
for the money
j For every age
For all uses.
"Cojtoriatssowen adapted to chlMreo thas
I recommend it as superior to any prescilyOoa
know to rce,"
HA. Atcwa-a, at t).,
Hi fcx Oxford St, Brooklyn, ft. Y.
" Our piirsiaiarjs id the ehildrea's dtparfc
inent have spoken highly of their expori
ence in their outside practice with Castoria
and although we only have among our
medical supplies what is known as retmiar
products, yet we are free to confess that tlia
merits of Castoria has won us to look vitb
lavos upon it-"
Ukotd EosnTAi. aitd DispaiisuaT,
Aua C Surra, Pres..
, Yf t r i i
- avuur JlIcIIIU.
Plans snd estlraaUs for si' klnda of hnildlnos
TREPZ & CO.
Iluve opentd in their new quarters with.
the t raudtbt end best eected eiovk of
ever f hown in the city.
All this week they will have a PPEC-
IAL BALE, coasting tt tbe entire
s:onk which tbey have purchased from
B Birsenfeld. at prices that cannot be
duplicated in ibe tri-riiie,'
Now is the lime to mke Tour
-BOLIDAY FURCHAPE3. !
2011 Fourth Avenue, !
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