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THE ARGUS, "WEDNESDAY, JUNE 7, 1893.
THE TBAYELEKS GUIDE.
CHICAGO, BOCK ISLAND PACTFIO fULVU
way-oieornei Fifth avenue and Thirty
. . . "A. 'SLLw n Plnmmer. atent.
TRAINS. tEast. Xt,
mncil ttiufls Minoeeo-
u, Day Express f : m am
Katsa. City Day Express... J 6fl0 am
Washintrton Express li;pm :lpm
Omaha Express 1 :45 am 1 :to pm
ufeExpre V" . V.' :45 an. . S0 am
tSSSfSSl I" -. 450 am ;15 pm
Staart-Rock Inland Expreso 6:40 pm :. 0 am
St. Paul and Minneapolis 6:15 am 8:05 pm
Kansas City a :d !-t. Joe. ... :15 am 9:10 pm
Denver, Color tdo -pring
and Pueblo ' 11 :5 am 3 50 pm
!St!)' ' ' " 'tv SI
B-HT I.V'.T.iN S-C, n A J. RAIL
" ir-9.,).! 'ri venue and Sixteenth si
X. J. Toung, iirort.
TRAINS. titM. aiv
Bt. Lonis dxpres. 6:40 am 7:40 pm
tit. Loa; Sxpreee 7:40 pm 6:40 n
St Paul Kxpreaa :t" pic M M.s
Beardstown Passenger 8:E0pm 10:45 am
Sterling Passenger 7:55am WrOpro
CHICAGO, HaWAUKII A ST. PAUL RAIXr
way Racine & Southwestern Division De
pot Twentieth street, between First and Second
avenue, B. D. W. Holmes, agent.
TRAINS. Lnavn. Abbivb.
Hall and Express 7:00am 6 91pm
St. Paul Express ; 4:40 pm 11:45 am
ft. A Accommodation 7:4 an: 0)pm
ROCK ISLAND PEORIA RAILWAY DK
pot First avenue and Twentieth atreet. F.
H. Rockwell, Agent.
TRAINS. Lbavb abbxvb.
Fast Mali Express m 7;?SS
Express .... i:Hpm 1:85 pm
Cable Accommodation 8 :10 am 8 :01 pm
. 4:00 pm! 8 :uo am
BURLINGTON, CEDAR RAPIDS A NORTH
ern railway, depot foot of Brady street,Dav
enport. J.S.Hannegan, Qen.T'kt A Pass. Agent.
Davenport Trains. Leave. I Arrive.
Paesencer...... b4:55pm b!0:45m
Freight................. b8:00 kmlbll:15pm
Leave West Davenport.
West Liberty Train tNorth. Son'h.
Passenger b7:Sm bl0:85pm
rassenger.......... io:3lpm a4 50am
" hB 45 am
Freight .." bl :15 pm b8:00ara
; .... b9:l5pm bl:15pm
aDaily. bDatly except Sanday. tGo'.ng north.
Goinfr South and east
MOST DTRBOT BOUTS TO TH1
East. South and Southeast.
' ' ' F&etM'l. Express
Lv. Koc Island 8:0oam 9:3upm
Ar. Orion 8 :4ft am 8 :04 pm
Cambridee :08 am 3:27 pm
Galva 9 :36 am 3 :57 pm
Wkammlne 10:11am 4:33pm
PrlcceviUe 10:30 am 4 :55 pm
Peoria '11:15 am 5:40 pm
Bloomington. i 1:15pm 9:15pm
Springfield 3:40 pm 10:0pm
Jacksonville 4 OC pm 12-06 n't
Decatur.... i 8:50pm 10:00pm
Danville I 3 :50 pm 18:10 am
Indianapolis I 6:55pm 8:25am
Terre Haute j 7 : 10 pm 10: 00 am
Evansville j 1:20 am .:85am
St. Louis I 7:30 pm 7:40 ax
Cincinnati ,11:00 pm 7:10 n't
Lv. Peoria .10:10 am; 8:50 pm
Ar. Roc Island. ' lpm! 7:05pm
Accommodation trains ieo?e ibiwju
:u0a. m. and 6.0 p. m; arrive at Peoria 3:50 p.
zu and 1 :15 a. m. Leave Peojia 6:00 a. m. and
i :15 p. m; arrive Rock Island 4:00 p. m. and 1:85
All trains rnn daily except Sundar.
Ail passenger trains arrive and depart Union
tlcoot. Peoria. .
Free Caair car on Fast Express between Rock
IsloDd and Peoria, both directions.
Through, tickets to all points ; baggage checked
tcrouga to aeeunauon.
j Aceom, I Accom.
Lv. ;ici i-.auil I -10 am 4.00 pm !
- Rjwvd i 10.20 am 5.06 pm
' -iblo 11.00 ami 5.40 pm
I Acorn. Accom.
Lv. .'a',-- 6.3tl am . 18.r0 pm
Ar" r'-ao'i' I 7.1n-fi' 5.45 pm
" ' '.lor. t i-!and ' 7.55 am 8.00 r-r
i-13-sTnteniwoi 1 '-' "fet- 4ik- t
Great Rock Island Route
TTTR WOAf AT OF PA "RTS
tilL r .ni Ufa w
THE NEXT MORNING I PEEL RICHT AND
ntn nnw wmi vwm.- -
My doctor says it acts nUy on the stomach,
liver and kidneys, and is a pleasant laxative. This
drink hi made from herbs, and M prepared lot use
as easily as tea. It Is called
All drngaists sell it at SOo. and 81 a paokaire. If yoa
cannot tt it. send your address for a fires sample.
Um'iFibUt Medlriae moves the
Mrh 4ay. Inordertobebealthythistsneoessiary.
XddJwSo&ATOH V. WUOUWABD, L Bov. W.
ook's Cotton Root
A recent discovery by an old
physician. Successfully used
monthly by thousands of la
dies. Is the only perfectly
safe and reliable medicine
discovered. Beware of nn-
n.(nj.fnlAil H m ccrl t who of-
. rrfj u nii Af this Ask for
Coos's Cottom Root Compousb, Uke uo substi
tute, or inclose 81 and cents in postage in letter,
and we will send, sealed, by return mail Fnll
sealed particulars in plain envelope, to ladies
only. 8 stamps. dILL CCyPANT,
No. 8 Fisher Block, Detron Mich.
Bold in Bock Island by Marshall A Fisho. Pa
per House. Harts A Maansen. 80th street and 8a
avc.and drngwists everywhere.
TO THE KAST.
Best Dining Car Sertrice in the World
The Uock Islutnl i- foremost in
!td van t aire calculated
to im nrove speed and jrive that lux
ury, safety and comfort that popular
nntrnnacc' demands. Its enllipmeilt
is thoroughly complete with yesti-
bulea trains. magniiiceui ummj;
or lffriers unil ehair coaches, all
the most elegant, and of recently im
Faithful and capable management
and polite, honest service from em
ployes are important items. They
nro a ,l,.nl.lp iliitv to the I'onuiaiiv
and to travelers and it is sometimes
a task difficult of accomplishment.
Passengers on this line will find little
cause for complaint on that ground
The Great Rock Island Route runs all
reo-ular trains to Enirlewood subur
ba"n station, close to World's Fair
n-t-niiTwl nnfl von o!in save time and
Trouble bv getting off at that point
and avoid ine crown in ine cny.
For full particulars as to tickets,
maps, rates, apply to any coupon
ticket Ouice lu uie uiuiuu oiaicr,
rln. or Mexico, or address;
Gen'l Tkt. & Pass. Agt., Chit-ago, Hi.
STATE SAVINGS BANK.
mce Corner irlftee'th street and Third Ave.
cceeds the Moline savings ana. Organised 1SB
5 PerCEST INTEREST .AID OS DEPOSITS.
Organised under State Laws.
pen from 9 a. m. io 3 - n., and Wednesday and
Saturday nights f rom7 to 8pm
t'OBTia Skinnbb. - - rresiaKui
a. A. Ainswoktb. - - Vice-President
I. F. HEMES w.T. - t;asnier
Porter SKin-n-r W. W. Wells,
C. A. Rosu. I. A. Ainsworth.
a. H. Edwards, W. H. Adams.
An irew nbrtr, --. F. Usmenway.
Westeru Id vestments
GUAR AN TEED
REAL ESTATE LOANS
maJe for pnvatcl parties inj thejsarden
spot of the weet;by the
Orchard StaTe Bank
E. WDast, President.
J. H. Dabt Cashier
Mitchell it Lynde. Bankers.
j. F. Robinson, Caxuicr Kocc Island National
C Carter, M. D.
Hrnry Dait's Sons. Wnolesaie urocrs.
A new and fomnlete Treatment, consist ine of
suppositories. Ointment in Capsnl", also in Box
and Pills; A Positive 'nre for External. Blind or
Bl-dira Itching, Chronic Henen- or lieroaittrv
Piles. Female wkakkessks and manv other dis
eases : it is always a preat benefit to th general
health. Ttie first discovery of a medical cure ren
dering an o;rrution with the knife unnecessary
hereafter. Ttts Remedy has never necn known
to fail. 1 per box, 6 for So ; sent bv mail. Why
suffer from this lerriable disease wheo a written
guarantee is positivly givon with (I bottles, io re
fund the moucy if not cured. Scnl stamp for
fre mf!e. narac:ieu lvsed by our acei,
JAPANESE LIVER PELLETS
Acts lite mag!c on thd toniach. Liver oud Bw
es; dts;cl9 Dyspepsia, Biliousness, Fever, Colds,
Nervous Disorders,blucpleseness.Los of Appetite
restores the complection ; perfect digestion fil
lows their use. Positive cure for Sick Headachs
and Constipation. Small, mild. asy to take Large
Vials of 50 Pills -J3 cents.
HAKTZ & ULLMEYER Sole Agents Rock Isl
Lame Back, &c
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lame bock, lumbago, sciatlra. all fnialo complolntii,
-.weral 111 health, etc. This electric llelt contains
Woarfttl lawwaraU over all others. irr.'t Is
instautly felt by wearer or we forfeit $8,000.00, and
will cure all of the alKwe diseases or no pay. Taou
eands hare been cured bv this marvelous invention
rter all other remedies failed, and we rte hundreds
erf testimonials in this and every other state.
Our rawernd laiprmed EIXITKIU HtSJ-KKSflRT. the
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cprech.iv-i- ont "Wa
HOW SHE APPEARS TO AN ENGLISH
MAN WHO KNOWS PARIS.
The Parisienne Ec scribed by a Cosmopol
itan VTho Ha Seen Her In Her Various
and Chana-ina; Moods and Costumes Her
Manners and Her Dress.
There Is no woman in tlTe world who is so
difficult to describe as tho Parisienne, the
most inconsistent, paradoxical, unreason
able and altogether astonishing member oi
her sex." The poet Heine described her and
her sisters as the "comediennes ordinairea
du bon Dieu," which would sound blasphe
mous if translated into English. La Roche
foucauld and Montesquieu have both tried
their hands at portraying her, but without
success. So, too, have Gavarni, Balzac and
What renders it so difficult to portray or
describe the Parisienne is that she is never
for two days together the same. Indeed
her great art may be said to consist in nev
er resembling herself. She constitutes an
everlasting and kaleidoscopic succession of
metamorphoses, each one more startling
than the last, the consequence being that
no one can profess to know her character.
I doubt if she even knows it herself or ever
dreams of studying it, for she is net the
fclnd of woman who wraps herself up in
her own thoughts. She lives neither for
the past nor for the future; her thoughts
are concentrated on the present. Unlike
the ordinary Frenchwoman, she has no
sense of economy and has no thought of the
If one were to believe the Parisienne, one
would gather from her assertions that she
is the most economical of women. She is
invariably -exclaiming that she spends lit
erally nothing. True, she is perfectly ready
to forego the necessaries as long as she can
have the luxuries, and her sense of the val
ue of money may be l?st illustrated by the
fact that when for the sake of effecting a
saving in expense she goes to the Hnlles
Centrales, or metropolitan market, for the
purpose of buying half a pound of shrimps
or a couple of pounds of chops, she hirew a
carriage by the hour. When it is pointed
out to her that the money saved by buying
the chops at tho market is more than spent
in paying for the carriage, she replies that
she ia not rich enough to go on foot, since,
if she were to do so, she would stop av al
most every shop on tho way.
The Parisienne is a child of darkness
that is to say, she only begins really to live
toward dusk. At midnight she is at her
best. There is a great strain of Uoheminn
ism in the Parisienne which often liccomes
apparent when she is dispensing hospital
ity. She is fond of receiving, even wl:e:i
she has but little to ofTt-r in return. She
has not the faintest Idea how to make tea,
but she serves it with such grace in the
daintiest little cups of Sevres, Saxe or Jap
anese porcelain at:il v. itli such a captivat
ing smile that the tea !ecomc.s more intox
icatlns than the most fiery alcohol.
If she gives a dinner, she devotes far
more attention to the' flowers and fniit9
upon the table than To the salmon or tho
pheasant. The dinner is served "anyhow,'
and she passes off any hitch that may arise
with a witty remark which puts everybody
in good humor. The result is that every
one is content excepting herself on tho
morrow when she makes up her accounts
with her cook for t he Pansicnne has pre
tensions to order even in the midst of dis
While the Parisian himself is a thorough
going democrat, convinced that he is tho
equal, if not the superior, of every one of
his fellow creatures, the Parisienne, on the
contrary, is thoroughly aristocratic in her
ideas. How could it be otherwise, and how
is it possible for her to believe in the doc
trines of equality as long as she has a cook
and a femme de chambre at her command?
She infinitely prefers a prince to a plebeian
in her salon, and unless a man is either a
celebrity or remarkably handsome, she
finds it difficult to forgive him for not hav
ing been born what she considers a gentle
man. The Parisienne is not beautiful from
a sculptural or esthetic point of view, but
she combines in her person what may be
described as the elementary features of al
most every known kind of leauty.
She has neither the distinctive signs of
southern nor yet of northern birth, but
she reflects in her person at one and the
same time the reverberations of the arctic
snow and of the tropical sun. She may be
descriled as having the American eye, the
Spanish petulance, the Italian brio, the
Japanese grace, the English greediness ana
the German tendency toward sentimental-
ism. Her beauty is what may be Uescnled
as the "beaute du diable," but this particu
lar form of lieauty which lasts rarely long
er than for two or three seasons with pro
vincials or foreigners is retained by the
Parisienne often for a quarter of a century.
In church she has a peculiar way of kneel
ing, of raising her eyes to heaven and of
listening to t he priest, which is enough to
temnt even t-t. Anthony, l'erhaps the ex
planatiou of this may be found in the fact
that the Parisietme, no matter what she
does, is forever "en scene."
I do not like to use the word "posing,"
for it would suggest too much the idea of
artificial pose. But she is always laying
herself out for the gaze of others, and if
people have the bad taste to neglect to look
at her she looks at herself. Her bedroom
and toilet room, in fact all the rooms pe
culiarly her own, are adorned with a quan
tity of mirrors, which enable her to see her
self from every point of view, and if one
sees her with a tress or lock of hair out of
place one may rest assured that she has in
tentionally disarranged it for the purpose
of concealing the fact that her attention is
concentrated upon herself..
The Parisienne does not follow the fash
ion. She herself is the fashion, and she is
consequently in accordance therewith no
matter what she does or what the extrav
agances of her toilet. When a provincial
or a foreigner liasses along the boulevard.
she will invariably attract attention by the
newness of her dress. The dress of the
Parisienne. however, no matter if it has
left the hand of the couturier but an hour
before, always looks as if it had alreudy
beeu worn for a day or two. U he uon
Parisienne is dressed by her dress, whereas
the Parisienne may be said to dress her
dress. "No other woman possesses to such
perfection the art of assimilating herseli to
her dress. "New York Tribune.
Froncukwd Hopeless. Tat Saved
From a letter written by Mrs. Ada
E. Hurd, of Groton, St D., we quote:
Was taken with a bad cold, which
settled on my lunp-s. Cough set in
and finally terminated in eonsunip-
ion. lour doctors gave me up, say-no-
I could live but a short time." I
gave myself up to my Saviour, deter
mined H 1 coum noi stay wnn my
friends on earth. I would meet my
absent ones above. My huSband was
advised to get Dr. King's New Dis
covery for Consumption, Coughs and
Colds. I gave it a trial, took in all,
eight bottles; it has cured me, and
thank God 1 am now a wen ana
heartv woman. Trial bottles free at
Hartz& liahnsen's drug store, regu
lar siee, 50c andfl.
Good looks are more than skin
deep, depending upon a healthy con-
iition of all the vnai organs, n me
iver be inactive, you have a bilious
look, if your stomach be disordered,
you have a dyspeptic look, ami if
your kidneys be affected you have a
. - n .".11 1 . 1
pinched look, -secure goou ueanu
and vou will have good looks. Elec
tric "Bitters is the great alterative
and tonic, acts directly on these
vital organs. Cures pimples.
blotches, boils and gives a good com-
Slexion. Sold at Hartz Ac Uahnsen s
rug storw, 50c -per bottle
BUCKLEN'S AUN1CA SALVE.
The best salve in the world for cuts.
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum
Fever sores, tetter, chapped hands,
chilblains, corns, and all skin erup.
tions, and positively cures piles or
no pay required. It is guaranteed
to give perfect satisfaction. Or money
refunded. Price 25 cents per box.
For sale by Hartz & Ullemeycr
Jemima, on'c t he had a beau.
He didn't mind her name you know,
. Although it was so prosy.
She had cMarrh, and bad it so.
That he at last was forced to go
Tte odor was no posy.
Jf sbe bad been rage in timo, she would have
aken Dr. Sage's Catarrh Rrmedy. An offensive
b'catb i r oxt distressing-, not only to the person
smicted. if the person has any pride, but to tho?o
with whom be or sbe comes in contact. It is a
dellcitto matter to peak of, but it bas parted
not m y lr:enQs Diu -overs, uaa oream ana ca
tarrh a e iiifenaruble. Dr. Btire'a Catarrh Heme
Av rnre the worst ctses. s thousands can tes-
t-fV. S&I0 rewnrd uttered rr Incn'ahln raff
ly Wei id s liiSiK-tiiiiiry Mctucai association, pro-
;tnr of Tl ?-a'- t'afirrh IfexG".
I have not used all of one bottle
yet. I suffered from catarrn lor i:
years, experiencing the nauseating
dropping in the throat peculiar to that
disease, and nose bleeu almost daily.
I tried various remedies without
benefit until last April, when I saw
Ely's Cream Balm advertised in tne
Boston Budget. I procured a bottle
and since the first dav's use have had
no more bleedinsr the soreness is
entirely gone. D. G. Davidson, with
the Boston Budget, formerly with
When Baby was sick, wo fra- ner cstoria.
When f he was a Child, sho crii-d for Castoria.
When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria.
When she hod Children, she gave them Castoria.
Children Cry for
i.nn-s Familv Medicine moves the
bowels each day. Most people need
to use ii.
Chi.c?reri Cry for
Couzhinir leads to consumption.
Kemp's Balsam will stop the cough
Chtldret Cry for
is a dreadful thing
undoubtedly caused by the irritating
cnccii ui uuu B
Outbreaks, and crime generally, are
never possible among people who are
laaia&a to ui t use or
The great soother of angry passions
the promoter of health and eood
feeling. Cleans everything injures
nothing don't be afraid to use KIRK'S
Soap on the most delicate taoncs.
JAS. S. ItllilC c CO.. Chicaao
Dusky Diamond Tar Soap A 'U?&ZpUx
Wtio'.es lie Dealer aud Importer of
Wines and Liquors
1616 and 1618 Third Av
W A MffTlTPA T. ur.t...
DOLLARS. Srt for 10 wnull:
Sealed Envelope. n!s lo
Is the best remedy for
all complainta peculiar
, Bottle at Dr,iesris,.
50c. Trial Size sent l,y n,
Letters for ndviie Markf-d
"Consulting Hepartment- are
seen by our physicians ouly.
zo-phoka meoicme co,
II. Colnian, See'y,
The Furniture establishment of
dJEsYlANN &, SALZftiANN,
is replete with all the novelties of the sea
son, purchased for cash from the best
known makers in Grand Rapids. They can
not only save you money, but give ycu new
and choice designs in Parlor and Chamber
Furniture, sideboards, tables, chairs and
lounges. Thanking you for your patronage
they solicit an early call.
1525 and 1527
124 128 and 128
THES MOLINE WAGON,
The Moline Wagon Co,-
llannlacturers ol FARM, SPRING AND FREIGHT WAffl
. full and complete line of Platform and other Spring Wagon, ecpeciar.y ao&pieatcai
Western trade, of superior workmanship and finish Illnstrated Price List freeot
n-Hcatlon. See the MOLINB WAGON before Dcrchas.
H. HILLa PH G.
Cor. Fourth ave., and Twenty-third streei
Proprictoror of tbe Btady etreet
Ad kinds of Cut Klowere conrtutlv on banu.
ureen houses Flowor Store
ene block from Central park, the larett 'lu Iowa. Mi Brady -tre -t, latts.--
B. F. DeGEAR,
Contractor and Builder
Oflce and Shop 225 E'ghteenth Street, . Rock 1'
11 klnde of carpenter work a specialty. Plana and estimate for all ktcdi of 6
furntsbei on application. ,
Fifth Avenue Pharmacy.
HORST VON K0ECKR1TZ,
Analytic anfl Dispsii Pharmacist
Is cow located in his new buildinz at tbe corner of Fifth avcuae
and Twenty-third street.
" " " -yuH lr'lES
J. F. BOIKSFIELD.
Plumbers, Steam, Gas Fitter
' .,.! I'll . I'.'H'1'' ' "
House Heatinsr and Sanitary Plumbin-r-
22:) 'I'v, i:
City 'Bus and Express -ine
Telephocn Uock Island or Harper Hotels for 'bus or
:n viru nrorriDt aV-oU'
wagon auu juu w i.-v. . .
TIM3EULAKE & SFENCuA