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THE ARGUS, SATURDAY, JUNE 10, 1893.
THE TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
C Hwfc" FirtbaVe ad Thirty
flirt street. Frank H. Plnmmer, agent.
uouncil BiuiiB Minueso- 1
taDay Express (
Kanras City Day Express. .
Omaha and Denver Veti- i
bale Express (
Kansas City Limited
Rtnart-Rock Is'.nnd Express
St. Panl and Mimw apli....
Kansas City and st . .loe
1 :05 am
6 :20 am
; :45 am. pm
9.45 am' 3:20 am
4:50 ani.'ll ;15 pm
5:40 pm 9:(fl am
6:15 am' 9:05 pm
ti:15 ain 9:10 pm
Denver. Colorado !-prmi;s i
11:45 m' 3:50 pm
'Daily. Ooingeast. xwiPit ri. .
nrWJSOTOS ROUTE-B. Q. RAIL
ri way Depot First avenue and Sixteenth ei
M.J. Young, agent.
St. Loais Express
Bt. Loots Express
St Panl Express
Beardstown Passenger. ...
:40 am 7:40 pm
7:40 pm 6:40 an
6:t0prc 7 55 an
i 8:0pm 10:45 am
7 :55 am 0 pm
J"HICAOO, MILWAUKEE A ST. PAUL RAIL-
j way Racine a sontnwestern Limsion le
pot Twentieth street, between First and Second
avenue, a., i. n.nwmti.iKcut,
6 S! pm
11 : am
tail and Express -
BU Panl Express
Ft. A Accommodation.
4 4 J pm
ROCK ISLAND PEORIA RAILWAY DE
pot First avenna and Twentieth street. F.
H. Rockwell, Agent.
8lb5 am 7 :05 pm
2 :0 pm 1 :2S pm
9:10am 3 0) pm
4 :00 pm 8:o6 am
Fast Mall Express
BURLINUTON. CEDAR RAPIDS & NORT1I
ern railway, depot foot of Brady treet.Dav
enport. J.E.Hannesan, Gen.T'k't Jfc Pass-Auent.
Passenger h:55 pmbl0'45am
Freight I bS:00 am Ml :15 pm
Leavw West Davenport .
West Liberty Trains
al0:3')pm a4 SOaa
nb 45 am
1 :15 pm bS:H0am
b9:15 m M :15pm
aDaily. bO.iily except Sunday.
Gointr South and east
MOST DIRECT ROUTE TO THE
East. South and Southeast.
Fast M i.
11 :ls am
3 :S7 pm
3 :57 pm
4 :33 pm
Lv. Rock Island
4 :x pm
(i. Jnls ... .
10. SO pm
12 05 c't
lt: uo am
7 : 35am
7 :40 air.
Ar. Rock ftr.d ..
110:10 ami 3:50 pm
I 1 :4ft pm ' 7 :05 p?i
Accomniodatior: trains leave Ro-k Is'and at
f. a. m. and C.20 p. m ; arrive at Peoria 3 :50 p .
ai. and 1 :15 a. m. Leave Pecuia 6:00 a. m. and
7 : 15 p. ra; arrive Rock Island 4:00 p. m. and 1:35
All trains mn da'l v except Snndaf .
All pa wen gur trains arrive and 'depart Union
Fre Cnaircaron Fast Expres. between Rock
Is'ond and Peoria, both directions.
Through tickets tn all points; baggage eaecked
throogh to destination.
'Ac on., Accom.
L. R;ek I -land Itt.nam t.on pm
Arr. Reynolds 10 -JO am 5.05 pm
" Cable ; 11.00 "i 40 nn
Ac' om. Accom.
Lt. Table B.yi m ll,0pn
Ar. Reynold........ 7) im 1.45 pTD
yi( (ini1 7. am 3.00 pm
B. B. SUDLOW. .. TOCKTIorsK
HaDrintendHnt. -r.' iXt. Kv. t
"Great RaCCk lsland Route-
TO THE KAST.
Best Dining Car erv-lce in the World.
The Rock Island is foremost in
adopting any advantage calculated
to improve sjooi and jive that lux
ury, tiafety and comfort that popular
" patronage demands. Its juipment
is thoroughly complete with vesti
huled trains, magnificent dining
cars, Bleepers and chair coaches, all
the most elegant, and of recently im
Faithful and capablo management
and polite, lionest service from em
ployes aro important items. They
arc a double duty to the company
and to travelers and it is sometimes
a task difficult of accomplishment.
Passengers on this line will lind little
cause for complaint on that ground.
The Great Rock Iland Route runs all
regular trains to Englewood subur
ban station, close to World's , Fair
grounds, and you can save timo and
trouble by getting oil at that point
and avoid tho crowd in the city. : ;
For full particulars as to tickots,
maps, rates, apply to any. coupon
ticket office in the United States,
Canada or Mexico, or address:
Gen'l Tkt. & Pass. Agt., Chicago, III.
E. St JoHr Gen'! Mgr. Chicago, 111.
THAT MAKES GOOD DLOOD
Will completely change the Mood In yonr system
in three months' time, and send new, rich Diooil
courting through your veins. U you feel exhausted
and nervous, are fretting thin and all run down,
Gilmore's Aromatic Wine, which is a tonic and not
beverafre, will restore yon to health and strength.
Mothers, ase it for your daughters. It is the bent
regulator and corrector for all ailments peculiar to
woman. It enriches the blood and gives laxting
strength. It Is euaranteed to cure Diarrhwa, Dys
entery, and all Summer Complaints, and keep the
bold by all druggists for 11 per bottle.
THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY.
Promptly and perma
nently cures all forms of
Nervous Weakness, remis
sions, Spermatorrhea, Im
poteucy and all effects of
abuse or ezcesses; been
prescribed over 35 years
in thousands of cases; is
Ihn ftnlv roliiltiln unit hnn.
Vcf ore and lifter. , medicine known: ak
drupgists for Wood's PaosrHODiiiK: if he offers
some worthless medicine in place of this, leave
hi. riitmiiet store, enclose nrice in letter ano
we will send yon by return mail. Price one package
51 : six, $5: one will please, six will cure: pam
phlet in plain sealed envelope. 3 stamps; address
WOOD CHEMICAL CO..
131 Woodward avenue. Detroit Mich.
ATTORNEY AT LAW Office, in Mitchell
Lynde's new block.
JACKSON & HCBST,
A TTORHEY8 AT LAW, Office In Rock lala v
ii.National Bank Bunding, Rock Island. HI.
D. iwbinit. o. t.wataiV
SWEENEY & WALKER,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT L.w
.OfBce in Bengston's block. Rock Island. 111.
JttEMKY & MiEMRl,
ITTORNEY'S AT LAW Loan money on C(kk
security, make collections. Reference, Mitch
ollJt Lyndo. bankers. Offloe in Postofflca block.
S. W. UDELL,
TTORNEY AT LAW Formerly of Port Byron.
. and during the past two ye:irs with the firm of
JrownitiL' A Entriken at Malino. ha now opened
tn office in the Auditorium building, room 5, at
C. J. SKARLE. S. W. &EABXB.
SEARLE & SEARLE.
I TTORNETS and Coon-cllor at Law and So
Alicltors In Chancer; office Btford's block,
R, M. PEARGE.
Boom 33 in Mitchell & Lynde's new bloc a
OR. J. E. HAWTHORNE,
Teeth extracted without pum by the Dew
No 1716 Second aveune. over Krell t Math's.
Mitcbel' & Lynde'a Block. Rooms 23-31
Edward L. Hahbati. ( libk II. Buford
HAMMATT & BUFORD.
KCHITECrs, Rock Inland, 111 . Office Room
XX 41. ii ctiell & Lynde butldinc;.
GEO. P. STATJDTJHAR.
Flats and superintendence for all'class ol
Rooms S3 and 55. Mitchell & Lynde bnildine
Physician and Surgeon,
1134 Third Ave,
Telephone 1270. Rock Island, III.
office Hours: 10 a. m. to 13 m., 1 to 3 p. m. and
J, R. BollowbnsB, M, D, Geo. E, Barth, M. D.
DRS. BARTH & HOLLOWBUSH.
PHYSICIANS AND SURORONS.
Office 4033rd t. Telephone 10
ttesidence 781 aist st.
omci aorjBa :
Dr. Barth i Dr. Uollowbnsh
H to 10 a.m. I 10 tola a.m.
1 to and 7 tobp.m. I to 5ai-d 1 to8 p. m.
DR. CHAS. M. ROELNSON
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
Office McCullongh Bnildine, 134 W. 3d St.
Boara: 9 to 11 am: 1 to 4 Dm.
J. P. Mtbbs, M. D. Geo. W. Wheeler,: M. D.
DRS. MYERS & WHEELER,
rTrv aid ! of Wamsn
. e fflce over Krell ft Math's. Telephone 1143.
dr. kters. dr. wheeleb.
0 to 1 a. m. I 8 to 10 a . m.
to ft acrt 7 to 9 p. ra. 1 1 to 8 and 7 to 9 P. m
fee. telephone 1XJ0. Kes. telephone, 11 IK).
Insana Pertom Kestore.
Dr .KLINE'S GREAT
frrmlt BBAm&Naava Disrsas Only tut"
rm for AlfW Arftetns. fill, ffiriy. rtr.
Srst day's msr. Treatio and 5 mil bottle free to
received. Send n-iws. F. O. and express address of
.n;r M. r,m WI IM' Arrh St..FhiUdelnhiA.Fs.
imicguta. HkWASA OF lilTATIHa t&AUD
Rock Island Ministers on the
World's Fair Closing.
THE EXPEESSIONS 01 OPINION
The OaeHllon of Opening; the Columbia
tiHtea on Sunday, Fully anil Kntertain
lnerlv lUscussetl From Moral, Financial
and Practical I'ointa or, View.
A week ajo Thk Amirs allrcss'i
letters to the elerirv of Rock Islaix
soliciting opinions on the question o
Suntlay opening uf theorltrs Col
umhian exposition, ami in reply there
to the following: expressions have
nave been received:
Itev. V. K. Taylor.
I believe that every sentiment, pa
triotie, social, moral ami religious
which ought to inthience an Ameri
can citizen, tleniaml the closing o
the fair on Sunday. Space scarcely
allows me to name in outline the
considerations which lead me to hob
this opinion. 1 am aware that many
persons will say that my opinions
are determined from the fact that
am a clergyman, but I protest tha
such is not the case. I speak as :
citizen ami as one who has "riven
some attention to the study of his
torv and of the conditions of society
today; ami of one who would aliovt
everything else be governed by what
ho believes is - for the highest am
best interests of the people.
Without a Sabbath we cannot lonj
have either Christianity or a Chris
tian civilization. Continental Kn
rope has the kind of !jabbath which
an open Sunday at the fair would
tend to make permanent here
Strange as it may seem many wh
have left Europe to escape the condl
tions existing there are striving to
introduce the same unhappy condi
tions here. Man s highest good as a
man requires that he have on every
seventh day a respite from toil. The
Sabbath is an ordinance of (iod as
the succession of the seasons is hi
ordinance. , It was riven to mankind
As one of the people and desiring
above every thinir earthly, to s-ce the
workingmeit succeed in their strug
gle for better conditions for them
selves. 1 believe the opening of tin
fair on Sunday would be a victory
for Mammon, for corporate monied
interests which would gladly compel
the workingman to toil seven lav
for the same pay he now receives ft.r
The overwhelming majority of the
people of this land want the fair
closed on Sunday. The plea of the
Chicago directory and the Chicago
papers that there is an overwhelm
lnir oemaml lor umiav opeiiinjr. is
too manifestly untrue to be worthy
of serious consideration. Mr. Higiu
ho tha m claimed that the leading
clergymen favored opening. Rut,
when he had ransacked the country.
he was onlv able to name four, one
Catholic bishop, one Episcopal
bishop and two very broad-gage Liu
tarian ministers, one of them in his
dotage and the other a notorious hob
byist: and. the Episcopal bishop has
since intimated that lie was ashamed
of himself for what he had said. The
plea that the workingmen want an
open Sunday lair is not true. A few
labor unions have passed resolutions
in favoring opening, but very few of
the unions have. Resides, onlv one-
twentieth of the laboring men of the
country are in the unions. It is per
fectly safe to say that for one labor
ing man wno wants the lair open on
Sunday, 10 want it closed. Since
the directory accepted theappropria
tion of congress, with the stipula
tion for closing, even if a legal loop
hole is louml lor evading the stipula
tions. everv consideration of inteirri-
ty and honor demands closing.
An open fair on Sunday. I believe.
wonui mean nnanciai disaster, it is
evident that it would be unreason
able to hope for more than an aver
age attendance of ID), 00.) on the
Sabbath, which would net the man
agers about $1.0.0)j. It is per
fectly safe to assume that Sunday
opening would entail a loss of many
time that amount.
There is not a single argument in
favor of Sunday opening, except the
money argument. Many pettigog
ging pleas, educational, social,
esthetic, moral and religious are put
forward as a reason for opening, but,
I suppose there is not a man in all
the land so stupid that as not to
know that every such plea has as its
only basis the gate fee.
Sunday opening, with the machin
ery quiet and a good part of the ex
hibits closeil is a gross injustice to
the Sunday attendants.
Yours truly. c. E. Tavloh.
Kcv. J 11. Kerr.
I am unqualifiedly opposed to open
ing the fair gates on Sunday. I hare
carefully followed the discussion of
this question since it began over a
year ago. I do not see how any one
can defend the vacillating conduct of
the local directory in dealing with it.
They are overwhelmingly "in favor
of opening the gates and they ought
to have ucnnitciy settled tho ones-
lion in so far as they could long ago.
Their course is well characterizrd
by the New York Independent in the
following words: It is perfectly
plain to anybody who knows the first
principles of ethics that to accept
the federal appropriation, promise to
comply with the condition attached,
and then, after the money is spent.
deliberately violate the condition is
dishonest. The talk about returning
a portion of that appropriation if the
finances shall warrant it, the plea
that congress itself violated the con
dition, when it turned a portion of
the original appropriation into an
other channel, are the merest sub
terfuges, and discredit both the
logic and the morals of those who
In regard to the argument ad
vanced as to the foreigners present
by invitation, that they ought not to
be compelled to remain away from
the fair on Sunday when they have
no scruples on the matter, 1 think
it sullieient to say that it is alto
gether a false idea of hospitality that
it should surrender principle in the
entertainment of guests. If we sac
rilice the principle always heretofore
honored by our nation in keeping
Sunday as God's day, we will justly
incur the contempt of other nations
that do not have the sacred institu
tions we have.
Sunday opening means the entail
ment of a vast amount of labor, and
will only help to rivet on the labor
ing classes the chains that bind them
now. They will be losers and not
the gainers by opening the gates.
The history of nations proves that
desecration of Sunday reverts with
terrilic effect on the laboring classes.
The more Sunday is made an open
day, the more it is evaded by labor.
We have to deal with facts and not
theories, and the facts are that an
open Sunday means more wide
spread desecration of the day and
inevitably more Sunday labor.
I fear that the material advant
ages to be be reaped by our nation
from the magnificent display of our
advancement will be more than off
set by the moral effects of an open
fair on Sunday. The former will be
great, the latter will be disastrous
in the extreme. Our nation's foun
dation was laitl in the fear of (Iod and
in reverence for His laws. Why
should we now as a nation go back
on our history,- ami in the eyes of
the world desert the stand taken at
theCentennial exposition? If. we had
reason for regarding Sunday in ISTfi,
we have much more reason for doing
so in 18i3.
I believe that the truest and
best sentiment in our land is unalter
ably opposed to opening the fair on
Sunday. I believe that the highest
interests of our nation can better In;
subserved by keeping the fair closed
on Sunday. To yk Id to the materi
alistic influences so prevalent is to
retrograde in every way. "Respect
for our own principles, regard for
our own customs ami consideration
for the national christian sentiment
would keep the gates of the World's
fair closed on Sunday. If they are
to be opened they will be opened in
violation ot all these.
Jons II. Kkkk,
rastor of the Central Presbyterian
Rv. t;. r. Stvoct.
Yes, I am in favor of Sunday open
ing of the Columbian Exposition. I
consider a visit to the fair a means
of grace, and see no more harm in a
Christian visiting it on Sunday, than
in his driving his family out on that
day for recreation. In the Chris
tian church. Sunday or the Lord
day has always been considered a
feast day. Our Puritan friends kept
it as a fast day and have thereby
done very much to bring it into dis
repute as the day of God. All Chris
tian people slinuld attend public
worship on the Lord's day, and also
on all other festival ami fast days
appointed by the church in com
memoration of some great event in
our Lord's life. The observance of
the -'Sabbath"1 was abrogated by the
Christian church, which substituted
the "Lord's Day," or lirst dav of the
week, in- commemoration of our
Lord's resurrection. The Jews did
not get the command to observe the
"Sabbath from the scriptures. It
was observed by them before the old
testament was written, and s with
the observances of the Lord's dav.
The Christian church kept it as a
day of worship, joy and least before
a word of the new testament was
written. We do not get our author
ity for it from the new testament.
The new testament is simtilv a
record of the fact. Any one who ob-
t'oiitinued on Seventh I'ac.
Rick EeodBChs and relieve all tho trembles ioet'
dent to a bilious ut.T.t of the system, such sa
XHzzineRs. Kxusec. Drowsineen. Distress sites
Mktiug. Pain In the tildes && tThila their meat
TciaacksWo success has bocn shown in curing
TtenflRcbe. yet Carter's IJtt'o Liver PCM ezn
equally valuable in Constitution, enring and pre
Tenting tLtaannoyiw;coLiplaiat,irliili they also
correct sUdisoniorsoftUeetomaohtiuitilate this
Jiver and regulate the bowels. Even it Uiey only
'Jletiafney troald bo almost priceless to those w;3
Cu.'.'rr i rom thi j distressing complaint; but f orta
Baldly their goodnissdoesnoendh.Te.B-jUthoso
Vhfoncetry tbcm will find these little pills vaiu
eblelnsoiany waystliat they wiU not be wil
,;',iiC to do without t hum. But after all eic
(Is tha bane of so ninny lives that bera Is where
we make our groat boast. Ourpiilscureitwhilsj
Others do not.
I Carter's Little Uver Pllla are very small aral
: very easy to take. One or two pills inskoa doaa.
They are strictly vegetable and do no. pripa or
!urge, but by their pen tie action please all who
tteatbem. In Tialsat 25 cents fivef-wll. Hold
by druggists otcij wltere, or sent by i aiL
CARTER fRtXieiKK CO.. Nw York;
WALL Pi! I I OOSF. M I PRICE
" DISEASES OF WOMEN AND CHILDREN,"
a book wcrth dollars, sent sealed for toe.
The Furniture establishment of
is rpplete 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 you 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
A. D. HUESING.
Represents, anions otter time-tried and wel
kiowa f lrelnsnraace CompaiJee bo following:
Royal Imnrance Company, of England.
Heecberier Fire Inn. Company of N. Y.
Bofialo Uerman Ins. Co.. Bulialo, N. T.
Hocbeeter German Ine. Co., Kocoeeter, W. Y.
Citiiens Inc. Co., of Pitts'jaryh, Fa.
eac Pi re Office. London.
Cnion ln9. Co., of Oalion:!a.
Secnntv Int. Co.. riew H vea, Conn.
Milwaukee Mechanics Ins. Co., Milwaukee, Wl
Serman Fire Ins. Co..of raor.a.IU.
Office Cor. 18th St., and Second Ave.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
HAYES & CLEAVELAND
Uepresenting over 40 Million Dollars
of Cash asset j
Fire, Life. Tornado.
Bonds of Suretyship.
OFFICE Room 21, Mltcbe'.l'ft Lynde's block
tiock Ilou, 1 1 If.
t38r"ecnre our rates: they will interest you.
J. M. BUFORD,
General . . .
The old Fire and Time-tried Companies
Losses Promptly Paid.
Rates as low as any reliable company ran afford.
Your Fatrooaee I aolicited.
Washes svery thing from a fine
silk handkerchief to a circus
tent; Lace curtains a specialty.
No. 1724 THIRD AVE.
A. M. & L. J. PARKER,
Telephone .No. 1214 1
development and thiw r.,. . .
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weakness. 1 s?
Sustains anil soothes fh ( t ;
Women, 1-2 jrh a listed
and prevents prolapsus. ""rs.
Cure, M'atpitatinn. SU,,
nes, nervous breaking .!,.
preventing insanit, it. t.Ji-, -Vhuntje
of Life, uu l u
happy old age.
Reader, suffering from any complaint leculiar to the femalo RXi zoi.j i,
th everything to yon. Letters for ndvitp, marked " Consulting b. pir, ' A '
a by our physicians only. ZOA-PHORA CO., If. G. COLMAX, See y, K.i1.vn ' r'
124 126 and 12S
HORSE SHOE H.
Is now 'located in hie new shop.
At 324 Seventeenth Strest.
"Light shoes a specialty. Oppwtw f.e o:-: -tii4.
T. H THOMAS.
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Use it your own way.
It is the bett Soap macle .
For V ashiiife MacLiue ns".
WARKOCX & 3ALST0M.
Cor. Michijin Ave. and Monroe St. CH CG3
8TRUCTI0N- ..- -
El.gantfireprool building n.r.rrri j1
lud'MprMW'j: M.M.I W"',K-
House Raising and HeWr
SATISFACTION Gl'A IIASTET-P'
Kaisin- brick buildin-s cocifj
Address F. A. ROUND
1515 See:taAeaue. Box i-
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