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TBJ3 ARGUS. TUESDAY. JASDAHY 10. 1893.
m n. Geo,B,BrtB,M.y.
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LivhIOMKS ASD p'URQKONS.
PflT?L 2!rt. Telephone lCWS
t0 1 "d 7 io p.n. I . to 5 ana 7 to p. m.
rTcHAS. M. ROBINSON
ye, Ear, Nose and Throat
, fl e DAVENPORT, IA.
9 to II aft ' 4 om-
F MTr.,, V. R. GliO. W. W HERLER..M. U.
DES. MYERS & WHEELER,
...r iml l"a'ei nr Women
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L .ieuW 1-1W. I Km. telephone, 1V.H.
Y , ,111) L. IlAMHATt. CLARK II. BUror.D.
51 :V MM ATT & BUFORD.
u,'iiiTK(T, Uock Wind, 111- O.Hcc Room
4i .Mitchell Lynde bull liiiR.
GEO. P. STAUDUIIAR.
? sr' m' r-uperimcndonce for all'cles' of
M srtt W. Mitrliell Lynde building
Br a '.'. f"r I'rn"p St., New York City.
p. il i'n1 -oHowsil mi J r new nunigeaient,
r-i-.ip -hi p' n.
m T'J ' "l '.V rcd lipwird.
':' .t.i r.i it ! lo thu lus-t ill the city at mod-
, ,.. r from nil K. U. Million nd steam
, ir.! f :iv 'liiii'H''' pa'" tin-il Hr.
' lill.IiUh 1 11 & ALLtN. Prop's.
isflw! roTpli-te Treatment, consisting of
i;.i. -ni'i". Ointment in 'npnl., alo in Box
if: - A l'o-:;ivf Cure for Ei'ernal. Blind or
.!!: IteMne. rlimnli! Keren or Hereditiry
Fr MM.K and m'.nv other dis-
..-;: iuya a &rret henefit to th (yenenl
i i h. firxf disofery of a medical cure ren-rn-vi
op'Tiiion wi'li the knife nnneceary
--'tftir. T::l H' mo-ly !hm nefor been known
'vl. : tit hox. t for S" , Bent bv mail. Why
ffT froTi ttu ti'rri ifole dis -ae when a written
i pnsiitlviy given with fl bottles, o re
ill i hi- money if not cured. Sen t stamp for
r timp -. Unaractee l.td by our agei
APANESE LIVEK. PELLETS
iu-- nnic on th "tomach. Liver ami Rw
: d'M'ls i)yrpla, Itiilousne'i", Kever. Colds,
nno D!orderi,slei,plC!iine,LoB of Appetite.
it.'i tbe complcciion ; perfect dipemion ful
tlk-'r n". Positive core forSiCK IIbadachi
lC'o"tini'ion. Small, mild, t asy to take. Large
v. i.f M "ills vi5 rents.
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f 00 Rwar4 for am
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In thw CapialM.
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'OIIUA'H '.IOKTY. FAMILY tmumtj,
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In thousands of caset; ia
the only reliable and hon-
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drngslsts for Wood's Phispuodine: ir he offers
some woitlilesa medicine in plice of 1 his, leave
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we will send by n'turn mail. Price on package
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Worms of the Rectum. The relief is imme
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Cures Boils, Hot Tumors, Ulcers, Fis
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Cures Inflamed or Caked Breasts and
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Price, 50 Cents. . Trial size, Cent.
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rnr.-Btt. 1 '.III.. 71
HUMAN NATURE'S INEQUALITIES.
.'he Sort of Consolation m Philosopher
I'lixia in His Thoughts.
"I've lost faith in human nature," is the
roromon expressiun of many who have been
deceived by strangers or wronged by pre
"I don't believe in anybody or any thirjg,"
says the cynic.
"When all is said and done life is not
worth living," say the bruised and heart
broken men and women who have grown
weary of the fight.
Not one in a hundred who utters such a
3etiment Relieves a word of it. No, not
iven while it seems wrung from them by
spparently justifying circumstances. It is
the utterance of the sublime egotist. Hu
man nature deceives only those who mis
take human nature. Having assumed it
to be something it is not, they are disap
pointed because it disturbs their cherished
and carelessly constructed ideal. Human
nature is weak and beautiful and change
able and true, and bad and solid and full
Df holes. The man who is conversant with
and really close to human nature is never
disappointed in it. If we are equally good
and true and irrevocably upon the same
perfect plane physically, intellectually and
morally, then indeed life would not be
Perish the philosophy which would re
duce us to that.
Life is alone worth living because of its
inequalities, as beauty is worshiped be
cause of its rarity and strength and good
ness, and rtehes give pleasure because of
their widely contrasting opposites. On the
dead level of equality we might as well be
so many senseless hogs in the warn; mud
fat, inscnt it ut, fit only to eat, lie in the
warm sun and to roil over and die. "With
nothing to stimulate love or hatred, with
nothing to provoke laughter or tears, with
nothing to command respect or av.aken
contempt, with no incentive to thought
and no use for physical strength, with no
ambition and n development that is just
what we would be.
Thank Cod, I say, for the weaknesses,
the strength, the goodness, tbe badness,
the beauty, the ugliness, the grandeur, the
insignificance of htimati nature! For in
this imevenness we reach t he highest phys.
ical, mental itt:d moriil development, and
in it we find tiie gr,eu'.e.'-l happiness and
the most, reasonable exeusu for living.
New York Herald.
"Where Popular l;,!n-nl Ion Has Tailed.
The educated critics of the practical re
sults of public education complain that
lawless violence continues to break out
just as il did liefore common schools were
thought of, that lynch law is familiar in
the United States, riots common from Uer
lin to Seattle, and assassination an avowed
means of social and industrial regenera
tion. F.ven religious persecution, these
critics say, is rife. The Jews are ostrac ized
in educated CermHny and metropolitan
New York, and in Kussia are robbed and
driven into exile by thousands. Are votes
less purchasable now than they were be
fore the urban graded school and the state
university were known?
On the other hand, the least educated
and most laborious classes complain that,
in spite of universal elementary education,
society das not tend toward a greater
equality of condition. They allege that
the rich man in modern society does not
bear, either in peace or in war, the grave
responsibilities which the rich man of for
mer centuries, who v. as a great land owner,
a soldier and a magistrate, was compelled
to bear. They point out that wars are
more destructive than ever, this century
being the bloodiest of all the centuries. If
universal education cannot abolish or even
abate in seventy years the horrible waste
and craelty of war. can anything great be
hoped from it for laboring classes? Presi
dent Elliot in Forum.
An Ol.l Story Itcti.M.
A merchant died nt Ispahan inthecarlier
part of this century who had for many
years denied Litrsilf end his son every
support except a crust of coarse bread. On
a certain occasion he was overtempted to
buy a piece of cheese, but reproaching
himself with extravagance he put the
cheese into a lioltle. and contented himself
and obliged the boy to do the same, with rub
bing the crust against the bottle, enjoying
the cheese in imagination. One day, re
turning home later than usual, the mer
chant found his sou eating his crust, which
he constantly rubbed against the door.
"What arc you about, you fool?" was his
exclamation. "It is dinner time father;
you have the key. so, ns I could not open
the door, I was rubbing my bread against
it, as I could not get to the bottle." "Can
cot yon go without cheese one day, you
luxurious little rascal? You'll never be
rich." And the angry miser kicked the
poor boy for not having been able to deny
himself the ideal gratification. Casscll's
One on the Conductor.
"1 ventured to remark that the bus was
going rather slowiy," said a well known
wag the other day, "whereupon the con
ductor, to the great delight of the others,
began 'chaffing' me.
" 'I wonder such gents as yer would sit in
a bus! Will I call you a cab? Perhaps
you would prefer a carriage and pair? Oh,
my eye, what toffs we do see about!' etc.
"I stood it all quietly and waited for the
day of vengeance, which was not long in
coming. One fine evening I saw my con
ductor and his bus at Oxford Circus.
There was just one seat vacant.
" 'Here you are, sir; jump inside; just one
seat vacant,' he cried to me.
" 'No,' I answered loud enough to be
heard by all inside and outside the bus.
I'm in a hurry, so I'll walk!' "London
Amis of a Philadelphia Policeman.
The substitution for the night sticks of
the New Y'ork police of a pocket billy and
a whistle brings to mind the fact that the
Philadelphia police are regular walking
arsenals compared with the New Y'ork
patrolmen. To be sure, all the protection
they carry is not provided by the city, but
there seems to lie no objection to their pro
viding themselves with all the weapons
they please, limited only by tbe size of
their purse. A belt and a club are all the
city pays for. What the average police
man carries is a club, a blackjack, a re
volver, a whistle and pair of nippers cr
handcuffs. Philadelphia Record.
A Porbitldcn Topic.
"There is one topic peremptorily forbid
den to all well bred, to all rational mor
tals," says Emerson, "namely, their dis
tempers. If you have not slept, or if you
have slept, or if you have headache, or sci
atica, or leprosy, or thunderstroke, I be
seech you, by all angels, to hold your peace
and not pollute the morning, to which all
the housemates bring serene and pleasant
thoughts, by corruption and groans. Come
out of the azure. Love the day."
The quotation suggests that, hard as it
is to be an invalid, it may prove almost as
painful to be au invalid's friend. Youth's
MrGIj nn to Meet rotetau maiauia.
New Y'ork, Jan. 9. Dr. McGlynn has
accepted an invitation to meet Protestant
ministers at the- Louse of Dr. Funk, tLe
well-known Prohibition leader, Tuesday
evening. Dr. Funk said: "There is no sig
nificance in this reception with regard to
Dr. McGlynii's views on the single tax
question or his recent restoration. It is
merely to give Protestant clergymen an
opportunity to meet and shake hands with
Banian Only Rons' for "Rhino. "
TOROXTO, Ont,, Jan. 9. In regard to
the challenge recently issued by Wallace
Ross, Edward Hanlan in an interview Sat
urday said: "If Richard K. Fox will put
up a purse of ?a,5(0 with his cup I will be
only too willing to row Wallace Ross at
any time specified in his challenge over
any suitable course the donors of the cup
may choose. I canrot afi'ord the time to
row simply for a bald headed cup."
Free Coln-ge Has So Chance Here.
Washington, Jan. 9. TLe house com
mittee on banking and currency diucussed
for two hours Saturday afternoon the bill
introduced bj Andrews of Massachusetts
to repeal the silver purchase section of the
Sherman act. Townsend of Colorado
moved a free coinage ameudaient, which
was voted down almost unanimously. No
final action v.'us taken.
Why liii Wie is "f"i?8.'y."
I have the test cnoK in the town,
Whose br.ad ia del.'clons and white;
Her ccflVc is fragrant and tirowr..
Her pa-'try a perfect deliiht.
And she daily enmpla ns of the worry tnoy
She's my own darling wife, bat a fi !?ety
Your wifo Is worn ont rnd needs Ttr. Pierce.e
Fuvor te PreHcript'on, the on'y raeJ'cir.e pnsr
toed to enre ilebiilifited women. How many
overworked American 1 1' l s wc see with lack-lnst-e
eye? aed hat'g-.rd faces, gn win? ol 1 before
their t me, from those exh: u.-t;rg a lments men
Know nothing of They can be pe mar ently
enred by thi remedy, as inmVrlrps grateful
wominw ill attest, rriec riifunrik"!. if it fail to
K ve t-atit ficri'm in every cas1.'. See gu.vinUe
piinti d or. bottle-wrapper.
;Iil n;il Silver as Legal TcnoVrs.
In cur present English currency there is
a discrimination against silver, for sums
exceeding forty shillings, gold or paper
backed by gold is the only lenal tender. In
India the discrimination is the other way.
Gold is unknown for currency purposes.
and till debts must be discharged in silver
or paper backed by silver. In France, be
fore lsr, both metals were used indiffer
ently that is to say, the French mint was
always prepared to coin as much silver and
as much gold as any one chose to bring to
it, and the debtor, having obtained his
coins of either color, might discharge his
debt with those which suited liio best.
Trcption of the kin farad.
El V-jnty, BrockvilK Oa;srio, Can
"I have ued Brandreth's Pil's fur the
pftst 15 yours, Riid ficd theai the hett ca
thartio and anli-b.lioijs remedy known.
For sorre five yexrs I suff red wi U ar.
eruption of tl e ikio thit gave me great
pain and oorr-jAPce. I tricti ( iffireni
b!ood rced:c:nes, but althorgh csininr
strength, the i'chinEr wso. unre icver) I
fioal!y concluded to ts.ke a thorough
courfe of Branrtrah's Pills. I to k six
esch riicht for four rights, then five,
four, three, two, leEseninj; each, time by
one, and then for one month took one
every night, with the hnppy result that
now my fkn id pctfectly clear and hus
been so ever since.
Saving VnI::i for Royally.
It has sometimes happened that, person?
little deserving, and even rulers, have
reajicd the harvests which misers have
painfully sown. The life of Vandille is a
proof cf this. This n an lived upon bread
and milk, with the addition of a stiiriU
glass of sour wine on Saturdavs. At his
death he left 800,000 to the king of France.
Audley, the commonwealth miser, saved
JHOO.OOO, all of which reverted to the gov
ernment. Casscll's Journal.
To Young Eo'.hert
whoriTefcrthe first time to undergo
wornnn's severest irinl, we rffer jou, not
the stupor ciused by chloroform, with
rick of death for voursclf or your dearly
lovd and lonfffd-for offsprine, but
"Mother's Friend," a remedy we'tch will,
if used as directed, invari ibly allevistc
the pains, horrors and riks of labor, and
oten entireiy do away with them. Sold
by Hartz & Bahnsen.
I B&vi Tek-.n Stviral.
Bottles of ilrsrificld'a Female Rceulator
tor falling of the womb and otber diseases
combined, of 3 6 years standing, and I
reiilly believe I am cured entirely, for
which please accept my 1h9nks.
Mps. W. E. Stkbbiks, Ridf-e, Ga.
Sold bv Hartz & Betnsen.
Lack of Exercise
Is one of the prime causes of headache
in the winter. Persons Bceuatomed to
the pure fresh air duricp the pleaBint
months bre subject to this terrible an
noTacce at this time of the year. A
boon is ofl.red in Krause's hea.lache cap
sules, which is guaranteed to cure any
kind of a hesdache no matter what the
cause. Headache caused by overindul
gence in food or drink late at night, can
be prevented by taking one capsule be
fore retiring and one ip the morning.
One minute's time often makes a great
difference a one minute remedy foi
Bronchitis, choking up of the throat,
lunS, etc , of course is a great blessing.
Cubeb Cough Cure is such a remedy.
Cubeb Cotich Cure One Minute.
Jao- W. Rowen, of Das Moines, Iowa
while snow boutd at Carroil, Iowa,
through exposure contracted a severe
cold. After several useless tilals of var
ious remedies he purchased a bottle of
Cubeb Cough Cure, and sa3s the cure
was macical, and after taking two doses
he eould breathe freely, and enjoy a good
eleep that night undisturbed. Another
case is on record where a lady had tot
slept more than one or two hurs a night
for months, who after using only one
bottle, was well and happy,
Io Too r av
Neuralgia, Lame Bicfe, Pain in' the Side.
Bore Throat, Sprains, Soreness of the
Chest? Then have it no more bat cse
Krause's German Oil.
Cubeb Cough Cure One Minute.
Castoria, is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants
and Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor
other Narcotic substance. It is n harmless substitute
for Paregoric, Drcps, Sootliiujj Syrups, and Castor Oil.
It is Pleasant. Its guarantee i.- thirty years' use by
Millions of Mothers. Castoria destroys AVorms and allays
fcvcrishncFS. Castoria- prevents vomiting Sour Curd,
cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. Castoria relieves
teething' troubles, cures constipation and flatulency.
Castoria assimilates the food, regulates tho 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 ma of it3
good cilect upon their children."
Da. G. C. Osgood,
' Castoria Is the best remedy for children of
which I cm acquainted. I hope the day is not
f :ir distant when n others will consider the real
interest of their children, and use Castoria in
stead of theveriousqaa,:ii nostrums which are
destroying th'-ir loved ones, by fcrcinjr cpium,
morphine, soothing syrup and other hurtful
nrjriti) do n th'.ir throats, thereby seudiug
'Jrism to prematura graves."
Do. J. F. Etscheloc,
Tie Ceis.taur Coipany, 77
INCORPORATED UNDER TUB STATE LAW.
Roek Island Savings Bank,
K0CK ISLAND, ILL.,
Own dallj from 9 a. in, to 4 p. ia., and Saturday evenings from 7 to 8 o'clock.
Five percent Interest paid oa Deposits. Monev loaned oa Personal. Co-'
lateral, or Real Estate Security
V L. MITCHELL, Pros. ? C. DB'EANir, Tice-Pres. J. M. BUFORD, CatnUi.
P. L. Mitchell. B . P. Reynolds, F. C. Denkmann. John Oubauch. H. P. Hull,
Phil Mitchell, L. Simon, B. W. Enrst, 3. U. Bnford.
Jaoksob & Kdbt, Solicitors,
JrT Began bceinee July 6, 1S1, snd occupy the "ontbeast corner of Mitchell A Lynde's new
WE ARE ALWAYS IN IT WITH
THE TIN EST OF
Bread, Cakes, Buns and Pies
In the city.
Delivery wagons always on the road. Parties desirous of
having them stop at their residences, will please notify the
same at our premises.
MTJNROE, DeBUE & ANDERSON.
J. T. DIXON,
And Dealer in Men's Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue.
City 'Bus and Express Line.
Telephone Rock Island or Harper Hotels for 'bus or express
wagon and you will receive prompt attention,
TIM3ERLAKE & SPENCEH, Props.
F. i. Hcpson M. J. Paekbk.
HUDSON & PARKER,
CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS,
&.11 kinds of CaryeTjtering promptly attended to. Estimates
furnished when desired.
Shop cor. Firdt ave. ard Seventeenth ev Rock Island.
avenport Business College,
COMPLETE IN ALL.
FOR CATALOGUE ADDRESS
Roek Island Brass Foundry
m RCHITECTURU IRON WORK.
AP kind of braes, bronae and alotDinnm bionie carting, all shades and tempera Hake
a ipecuiHy ot bras metal pattern and artistic work.
SHer kd OmcB-At 1811 First svenne. Dear Ferry landing, . ROCK KLASD.
J. MAGER, Proprietor.
ffl "! uys 1'a.in
1U.OOMI, KcatoKi TMla and Smell
w vi Mri
Given Relief at once for Cold In Head; I
Apply into th Nottrilt. It U Qnieklj Absorbed. I
50c bruEElaUorby malL LTB&OSeWairB6UM.T.I
) :.' !
" Castoria i3 so well adapted to cbiMren that
I recommend it as superior to any prescription
know n to me."
H. A. Archer, M. D.,
Hi So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, K. T.
" Our physicians in tho chil'lren's depart
lieut have spoken highly of tbeir experi
ence in their outside practice with Cistoria,
and a'.thcTjgh we only have amoiig otrr
medical supplies what is known as regular
products, yet we are free to confess that the
merits of Castoria has won us to look with
favor u;on it."
VS1TE3 HOSTITA.1. AND DlSPEMSART,
Au.sk C. Smith, Pres.,
Murray Street, Ken- Yort City.
J; C. DUNCAN. Proprietor.
BALM - C'tenMS the Nasal ETTS
nw the Nasal THd"W
leJl, and Core ATAWVe
mm oiutfii, una i-arvn AH YV
rwiraMni v m i