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TIIK ARGUS, FRIDAY. DECKMI.Klt 2. 1892.
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ra. and 1:15 a. m. Leave Fenaia 6:00 a. m. and
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A!' tnln" rnn daily except Snnday.
A!: !'i-?r irer traini arrive and depart Union
Pp?e Chair etron Fast Expre" between Rock
I?'nn'' and Peoria, horh dlreclions.
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W.aj'JjmTED WITH THE OEOOBAPHY OF THiS C0UHTW WIU OffMIH
l CH VLU8LE INFORMATION rtOM X STUOT OF THIS MAP OF THE
Cticap, Eoci IsM & Pacific By,
Thp Tiirert Route to arid froro Chicaro. Jolict, fittawa.
l'mria. La Salle. Mollne, Rock Island, in ILLINOIS'.
I'avenvmrt, Muscatine, Ottuuiwo, Oskaloora, lies
Mulncs, TA'interset, Audubon, Harlan and Council
I.l'ifts, in IOWA ; Minneapolis and St. Paul, In MIN
M.SOTA; Watertown and Sioux Falls, in DAKOTA,
tJiiwrnn, St. Joseph and Kansas City, In MISSOURI
tiinaha, Lincoln, Fairbury and Nelson, in NEBRASKA
Atchiscn, Leavenworth, Hortoi:, Topeka, Hutchinson
Wrhita, Bvileville, Abilene. Dodge City, Caldwell, In
KANSAS; KlnirAiher, El Reno and Minco, In INDIAN
TEHP.IT'lUY: ix-nver, Colorado SprinRS and Pueblo,
In COLORAHO. T.7ersn new areas of rich farmina
r.d grazing iand, afTordingthe best facilities of inter
communication to all towns and cities ast and west,
northwest and southwest of Chicago and to Pacific and
VESTIBULE EXPRESS TRAINS
fading all competitors In splendor of equipment,
fetween CniCAGO and DE3 MOINES. COUNCIL
r;.1""1 0MAITA' between CHICAGO and
rEM , ER, COLORADO SPRINGS and PUEBLO, via
KANSAS CITY and TOPEKA and via ST. JOSEm
First-class Day Coaches, FREE RECLINING CHAIR
ii i "u -oiorado Springs with
s ureTu. "urmiiig the new and
TRANS-ROCKY MOUNTAIN ROUTE
, 1 j umuB run rt n
1ROTGH WITHOUT CHANGE to and from Sail
I LAND is aim the Direct anff Favorite Line to and
r-" -..miou. riae s t eaic and all other sanitary and
V .Tuuucm ana nuningdistrict In Colorado,
DAILY EAST EXPRESS TRAINS
I t. St Joseph and Kansas City to and from all im-
... -uni.ii-nuu sections in southern Nebraska,
- ". ...: ..nn j?miory Also via ALBERT
' BiJUTE from Karras City and Chicago to Water.
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i W to any Coupon Ticket Offics in the United 8tatw
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TnewTdmWA'!!.1.,vEEI- bright and
wtw AND MY COMPLEXION IS BETTER.
aiSlVJir ""My 0"- sto.Par. liver
iiruKKinniBeii ii at sue. and i on tier
V neoSJsa? tr ,iea
.SaeonV's HnttATi Pnnt
ISjS TAjS A recent disroverv hv n nM
v9 Ph'"'lci"n Mircessfullv nsed
ii iMiunv iiy luouenas ni in
dies. Is the onlv perfectly
-fe itnd reliable med'ciiic
diccovired. beware of tin-
r ir inferior medlclnra in place of this. Ask for
f ook's Cotton Ki-ot Conpotrv-D. take no sntxii
t ite, or iiiclo-u- (1 and 6 ce ts in postane in letr
and wit! snrt, sealed, by rt tnrn mail Fnli
sealed particulars in plain envelupe, to ladief
only, 2 s-tamps Adrircs
POND LILLY TC"PANY
No. 8 Fisher Blork, l. trm. Vieh.
Sold in Rork Island hv Marshall 4 Kishct
per House. Hani A nann'n. nth street and So
ave.. and drnijiiiBts evcrvwhere.
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STATE SAVINGS BAITS.
Office Corner Flftee:- rb st'eot and TLiru Avo
HTee.-'s the Maimed avines Bank, i irsrantzed 186'
5 FER CENT. KTEREST PAID ON DEPOSITS.
Organized nnder State Lmws.
Open from 9 a m. to 8 . m., and Wednesday and
Saturday nipbts from 7 lo 8.
Vortkr SsrsNKR, - . President
11. A. .vtNswoiiTH, Vice-President
.'.F Hehesway, - - Oashier
Porter Skinner, W. vv. Wells,
'. A. Bosn, M. A. Ainsworth,
Q. H. Edwards, W. H. Adams.
Andrew Frltier, f. F. UeraenwHj-.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
made for private parties in the earden
spot of the west by the
Orchard State Bank
or OKCHAKD, NEBRASKA .
E. VT. Bart. Frcsident.
J. S. Dabt Cashier.
Mitchell St Lynde. Bankers.
J. F. Robtnson, Cashier Rock Island National
C. Carter, M. D.
n.nry Dart's Sons, Wholesale Grocers.
Ask your Dmcrts for a
bottle of Bit i. Tba ealv
' noti-mitmouM rsasedv for ail
the unnatural disr.ta arras and
i private diseases of in and tha
i debilitatiDg vteakssm psenllar
i to won-.en. It cores In a Jew
days with on t the aid or
publicity of a doctor.
lite I me siu Amtrtfan Curt.
T. H THOMAS.
T H. THOMAS Sole Aeent
,T WILL MOT
W YOU TAKS
(OS Kewavrel fas aa
tnjnriona aabatanoa feoM
to these Casralea.
Vm Our any
lesev r.fr.nrtMit iff mot
as we say. Seat postpaid
aw raaeipt of prise.
NOflMAm UOHTY. PaJiILT Oum
Dm MolrtM, laws.
For sale by all drngglsti. EartB A BttiiiiD
CSttL Jr3 TO 3 DA Y&X
f9ffAM ABSOLUTE CURE FORw
Tn WILL NOT CAU8E
I irl STRICTURE. AaK fobPJJ
YlfrrXk BOTTLE. MT lL CUI)OQ'ST
ytL ui Central Chemical Co., f m
esA chicoirosTiui'eoiia. jf
HIDING OUT ATTAINED WITH HIM THE
RANK CF A PROFESSION.
Fljrure of the Old South He Was s
Horn tYoodcraftsraari and Cave Dweller,
and He Climbed the Trees Monkey
l as'.ilon How He Managed to Live.
Among the many picturesque figures
with which the old south teemed a most
striking one was the runaway negro. Not
the occasional "hider out," the one who
ought temporary refuge in the woods to
t scape punishment for something done or
left undone, or for fear of being sold to the
.-peculators, nor even when the crop was
grassy and the work hard, but the one
who clung to a wild life as instinctively as
an Indian, and who might utmost be
termed the professional runaway.
Your genuine runaway was a born
wood craftsman. The habits of wild ani
mals and ways of taking them sc-emed to
be his by intuition. He had no difficulty
in varying his menu of pig, lamb and poul
try with all the rabbits, squirrels, opos
sums and fish that he wauted. Sometimes
he carried his dog into the woods with him,
although of course it great ly increased his
danger of being taken. But this was more
for companionsiip than anything else, for,
single handed, with his snares, traps and
"gums," he was more than a match for
wild game of all kinds.
Discomforts which would have driven
the amateur baek to the snug chimney
corner of the plantation quarters and a
whipping had no terrors for him. Kike
the rest of his rare, he cared not a fig for
wet, while cold, the negro's dread, he
knew well how to guard against. The art
of producing the maximum of fire with
the minimum of smoke was his to perfec
tion. He knew exactly what kind of wood
and bark to Felect, and how to combine
them to this end. Xo matter how hard
the rain, how soddtn the wood, all that he
asked was a "chunk," or, biekiug that, a
coal of lire, to l.c- as hi ppy as a king the
ideal, nor. the real kin:,-, I mi an. From a
coal which, in unskilled hands, would
scarcely have sufficed to light a pipo. he
could, with even I fie wettest and most im
possible kind of fuel, soon ciU into Ik-Iik:
the rarest of roaring fires, v!:iie in t'.-.v
preservation and transportation of lire he
could have given lessors to Prometheus
In the most, essential fen; r: re of cave
architecture secrecy he easily sijrna.-sed
all imitators. Between two suns, and
oftenerthan not with only the wornotit
stump of a hoe, l lie runaway would dig
and conceal a cave which dilicd detection
from the eyes of a lynx. At the same lime
several cubic yards of upturned earth had
to be whisked away and hid under distant
leaves, or, better st ill, consigned to the safe
keeping of some running strcatii.
For several reasons the v.'-wiii "did
fields" of the southern states were the fa
vorite site of thecavedii.v-cr. 1 iii'-e dreary
wastes, given over to pulleys, li-oom sedge
and scrub pines, being deserted by man
hood in general, were of course his safest
retreat. The soil having been over ex
hausted and "turned out." and the satiny,
twisted pines being held worthless" for
either rails or fuel, there was no danger of
the woodman's ax coming that way again
for many a long year. Nor did t he squirrel
or fox hunter have often to seek or i'l-How
his quarry into this tcrraincognito where
indeed the dense screen of the low, thii k
pines would have confined their vision to a
very limited space.
Here this Esau of the south, horn in
deed every man's hand was against, and
whose hand was against every man, found
an ideal dominion, every feature of the
surroundings adding to his sustenance or
safety. The weirdness and virtual barren
ness drove off other men. The deep, water
worn pulleys, barriers to the ordinary
traveler, whether mounted or on font, of
fered him a highway whose firm or grav
elly bottom registered no p:issin;; foot
prints to be read by curious or host ile eyes.
Nowhere did he djsplay more ingenuity
than in contriving means to appmach and
depart from his burrow and leave no sign.
As I have said, the gully was his favorite
path, though occasionally he had recourse
to the Indian's highway a stream. Some
times he would sever at the ground a long,
stont grapevine, the oth,er end being se
curely interlaced among the tree limbs
many feet above. By grasping this vine he
was able to swing clear of the ground many
feet, or even cross a considerable ravine
and drop just at the mouth of his cave.
Again, when the pines were thick, he
might climb a tree, and passing from limb
to limb, monkey fashion, slide down a tree
trunk at I he proper spot. Still another,
which could sometimes be pract iced, was
to mount a stray ox, and forcing him to
the proper place spring off. One very orig
inal old darky, little dreaming that history
was rejieatiw; itself with a variation is
said to have fashioned to his shoes an old
pair of horseshoes, reversed, knowing that
no runaway hunter would ever think to
notice a horse track.
Amid the swamps the malaria proof
negro found little difficulty, if so mi ',
in passing a lifetime "hid out." 1.
among the hills of the central poron,
where there were no retreats impenetrable
to all but the initiated, where the farm
houses were close together and compara
tively little land uncleared, it took no lit
tle skill and cunning to play the runaway
successfully for any considerable period.
Yet Johnson's surrender brought in more
than one ragged, "varmintlike" creature,
who had spent perhaps the better part of a
long life in this manner. There were even
women runaways, and sometimes very suc
cessful ones. A few children were born in
the woods. I knew of one instance in
which the close of the war brought up a con
siderable family of whose existence the le
gal owner knew nothing. David Lodge in
Kate Field's Washington,
A Tidelcss Sea.
For practical purposes the Mediterra
nean may be accepted as being what it is
popularly supposed to be, a tideless sea,
but it is not so in reality. In many places
there is a distinct rise and fall, though
this is more frequently due to winds and
currents thun to lunar attraction.
At Venice there is a rise of from one to
two feet in spring tides, according to the
prevalence of winds up or down the Adri
atic In many straits and narrow arms of
the sea there is a periodical flux and re
flux, but the only place where the tidal in
fluence, properly so called, is unmisiak;. Un
observed is in the Gulf of Cabes, where tiie
tide runs at the rate of two or three knots
an hour, and the rise and fall varies from
three to eij;ht feet. Philadelphia Ledger.
An Irreverent Yankee.
A Yankee was being shown a lamp by
an eastern priest, which the latter affirmed
had not been extinguished for five cen
turies. He just gave a vigorous puff and
remarked, "Well, I guess it's out bow
anyways. "London Tit-Bits.
Craaraiiiccu Gun. i
We ii'.;triiriz; out H' Vctilfced dr'ilrj'ist
lo seli Dr. Kitif's N"'.y Ilp-covcrv for
sutnp'.ifiri. coui'hs r,d cohis upnti .
M-it e.ntiili'.iiiii: It jwu are i-fflin-d viitf.
i cough, cold t.r rrjv iuD. :hrni'. or i
ches'. trouble, ui:d wiil ute this remedy as J
directed. kmti; it a fair trial, ai d xper- f
ience no benefit, vou oiav ri-rurr ibr. hot- S
tie and have Your nionev rrJcnded. We r
could noc make this olle. did we not
know that Dr Kine's New Discovery
could be relied on. It never .i8i poitits.
ma: nottlee free at LUrz & l.-.t.cren 8
drugstore. Large size 50c acd ft.
Since the first io'rotluction Electric
Bit'.er3 UrS paiiied Mpid'y ) popular
favor, until now it is ciearly iu the lead
among pure medicinal tonics and abera
tiyes containii.o; notLiDi; which per
mits Us use as a beverajre or intoxicant;
it is rccoeniz?d as the best and pi'teet
medicine for n!l ailments of ptomach.
liver or hidnejs It wi!' cure sick rends
ache, indiHeslirin. constipation, and drive
milfiri-i from the sjRtetn. Satisfaction
K uh ran teed with ech bottle or the monev
wiil be refunded. Price only 50c per
hottie. Sold by Hanz & BMneen.
3DCKLSX'a ABSTCA iAI.V&.
The best salve in the wrii ioi cut-.,
oruif.es, sores, ulcere, i rhew, re".'
sores, tetter, chapped abut'. cMlMiiint.
cociis an.i ali ckin cr!tA!o-', -ili' posi
tsvtly cures ptios, or no j f iuircJ. It
guaranteed v ivi ,--ir?erti ntU?t,ctt;
r ticitcy rifm-'i.M;. Vri. t. ct-ui,
ld'l Men and YYomcn Are Scarce.
The ideal woman of e very man is the
"womanly woman." The ideal man of
every woman is the "manly man." And
he expression a womanly woman means
prel ty much the same to every man who
uses it, just as the manly man of one wom
an oxprv'Ki s a certain combiua'. ion of qual
ities well knewn to every ether woman.
The man's womanly woman is gentle, ami
able, quit t ami domestic. Sh? loves to sit
Upon a low chair and hem things, with the
lamplight i'.'uling over her hair. It is un
necessary to say that although in theory
this is the sort cf a woman a man prefers,
in practice he may choose one entirely her
opposite. She docs not exist in large quan
tities, which is lucky, as she might prove
dreadfully insipid if she did.
The woman's manly ma:i means a man
strong, brave and dating. He must per
form easily bold deeds which she dare not
attempt. She likes that in dreams. In
actual life she may find that a man nei
ther daring nor bold ban satisfactory
and endearing qualities which make him
more after her heart than the ideal of her
dreams could ever he. We are not till alike,
thank heaven: Harper's Bazar.
An admirable observation regarding cul
ture is given by Mr. Maliock is these words:
I don't call a woman cuiti fated who
bothers me at dinner iirst with discussing
this book and then that whose one per
petual question is. Have you read So-and-so?
But I call a woman cultivated who
responds and who knows wnat I mean as
we pass naturally from subjec t to subject
who by a Hash or a softness iu her eyes,
by a slight gesture cf the hand, by a sigh,
by a flush in the check, makes me feel as I
talk of some lovely scene, that she, too,
could love it as I speak of love or sorrow,
makes me feel that, she herself has known
them: as I sneak of ambition or ennui or
hope or icmorst or loss of character,
makes me feel that all these are not mere
names to her, but things.
A Tale of Heroism.
"I went for a bath yesterday," said an
Auvergnat. "I had been in the water some
time when I suddenly perceived an enor
mous shark advancing toward me with its
jaws open. What was I to do? When he
jW as a yard off I dived, took out my pocket
knife and ripped up the belly of the mon
ster." "What! Then yon are in the habit of
bathing with your clothes on?" said one of
the listeners. Courrier du Midi
Of Hood's Sarsipari!la is always within
the bounds of reason because it is True;
it always sppeals to the soer. common
sense of thinking people becr.us it is
true; and it is always fully substantiated
by ecdorsements which, in the firarciM
world would be accepted without a mo
ment's hef-itat:on .
For a tjenpral family cathartic we con
fidently recommend Hood's Pills.
A Boston Boy's Eyesight
Zzved-Pcrhcps His Life
By Hood's Sarsaparilla Blood Poi
soned by Canker.
Eeaii th ; following from a grateiul mother:
"My little boy had Scarlet Fever when 4 years
old. and it left him very weak and with blood
poisourd with ranker. His eyes became
so inflamed that his sufferings were intense, and
for seven weeks he
Could Not Open His Eyes.
I took him twice during that time to the Eye
and Ear Infirmary on Charles street, but their
remedies failed to do him the faintest shadow
of good. I commenced giving him Hood's
Sarsaparllla and it soon cured him. I have
never doubted that It saved him aichi, even
"is very life. You may use tins tes-
SSoy'So SoSSJ traK6- 1
because of the wonderful good It did my son."
Abbix F. Blackman, 2888 Washington 8t,
Boston, Mass. Get HOOD'S.
HOOD'8 PlLL8 are band made, and are per
(set la composition, proportion and appearance.
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, Soothiorj Syrups, and Castor Oil.
It is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years' use by
Millions of Mothers. Castoria destroys Worms and allays
feverishness. Castoria prevents vomiting Sour Curd,
cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. Castoria relieves
teething troubles, cures constipation and flatulency.
Castoria assimilates the food, regulates the stomach
and bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Cas
toria is the 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."
Da. G. C. Osoood,
Castoria is the best remedy for children of
which I nm 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 the variousquack nostrumSTthich are
destroying their loved ones, by forcing opium,
morphine, soothing syrup and other hurtful
agents down their throats, thereby sending
tbem to premature graves."
Eb. J. F. KlNCHEl31!,
The Centaur Company, T! Murray Street, New York City.
B. F. DeGBAS,
Contractor etnei Qu.ild.er,
ffict: Shop CV,ri;er Severe nt.i 3t. . . Pork lUnA
sn.1 fcev-nth Avenue, ' IVOCiV .1 SI anil.
iV&V kinds of carpenter work a rpeciaity . plans and estimates fci all alode of bolliinFi
"nrr'ehcd or r-plietiori .
li. (J. Hudson M. J. Pabkeb.
HUDSON & PARKER,
CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS,
A1 kinds cf Carpentering promptly attended to. Estimates
furr-'ished when desired.
ihox cor First ave. ard Seventeenth at. Rock Island.
INC3RPOBATKD CKDRB THK STATU MW.
Roek Island Savings Bank,.
BOOK ISLAND, ILL.,
Oten dally tram 8 a. m. to p. a., and Saturday evenings from 7 to 9 o'clock.
Five par cent Interest paid on Deposits. Monev loaned on Personal. Col
lateral, or Real Fstate Security
P L. MITCHELL Pres. F C. DBNKMANH. Yica-Pres. J. M. BUFORD, Cashier.
P. L. Mitchell, S. P. Reynolds, F. C.Denkmann. John Cmbangh, H. P. Boll,
Fhil Mitchell, L. Simon. B. W. Enrst, J. M. Bnford.
Jacksoh A Hubst, Solicitors,
r-eganbnsiness July 8. 18' ard or copy the ontbeaet comer of M ite r.ell A L ynde's new
I have jimt received and offer at my u-n I popular prices the largect and bet selected stock of
holiday gooce I have ever exhibited. M eortment comprise tverj thine suitable f or Christmas Pres
etits the fine-t line of Plnsh and Leather fa-cy articles. Toys of every deycript ion. h or kine horses
and sleds. A well selected stock of Decorated Chinawarc, China and Bisque dolls. Will have a
good tupply of trees and ernamtnts.
1TRS. C. MITSCH'S. 314 Third Ave.
City 'Bus and Express Line.
Telephone Rock Island or Harper Hotels for 'bus or express
wagon and you will receive pronrpt attention,
TUflBERLAKE & SPENCER, Props.
Manufacturer of all kinds of
BOOTS AND SHOES
Gent's Fine Shoes a rpeciaity. R?irin?4one neatly and promptly.
A share of your patronage respect fnlly sc.icited.
1618 Second Avenue. Rock Island, 111.
A new and Complete Treatment, conslsr'ng of
fioppositories. Ointment In Capsulf, also In Bo
and Pi.ls; A Positive Cure for External. Blind or
Bleed In Itchine. Chronic. Kecrnt or Hereditary
Piles, Female wka kkfhsfs and msnv other dis
eases; it is always a (treat benefit to the general
health. The first discovery of a medical cure ren-
uennif an operation wtrn the kmre unnecessary
hereafter. This Kimedy has never been known
to fall, tl per box. 8 for fa ; sent bv mall. Why
, suffer from this terriable disease when a written
, guarantee is pos'tivly given with 6 bottles, to re
! land the money if not cured. Send stamp for
tr-K sarnie. Onarar tee l.s.td bjocr age&i.
i JAPANESE LIVER PELLETS
Acts like mamc on the tnmirk. I.tvor .nri
es; dispels Dyspepsia, Biliousness, Fever, Colds,
Nervous Disorders, l-leeplessnes.,Loa. of Appetite,
restores the complection; perfect digestion fol
lows their nse. Positive enre for Sick Biadachs
and Constipation. Small, mild, eat y to take Lan
Viala of HO Ptll. M r.. "
BABTZ A BABNSaN Sols AgsnU Bock Island
" Castoria is so well adapted to children that
I recommend itassuperiortoanypreecription
known to me."
H. A. Archer, M. D.,
Hi So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, 2T. T.
" Our physicians in the children's depart
ment have spoken highly of their experi
ence In their outside practice with Castoria,
and although we only have among our
medical supplies what is known as regular
products, yet we are free to confess that the
merits of Castoria Las won us to look with
favor upon it."
Vsitkd Hospital a'D Dispeksary,
A hen C. Smith, Pres.,
1803 Second Avenue.
W. TREFZ & CO.
Have oreccd in tbtir new quarters with
the grandest and best selected stock of
ever shown in the city.
All this week they will have a f PEC
IAL SALE, consisting of the tntir
etock which they have purchased from
B. Birbenfeld, at prices that cannot be
duplicated in the tri-cities.
Now is the time to make your
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