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JTHE ARGUS, FRIDAY; DECEMBER 29, 1893.
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Comnwnrinjt Octotwr 23l, th prral janlc lalnnil rnuto InniKfuratrnf m datlv Ihmngh tonrlut car Una In Iwmd CblrAjfi) anil lrm Anjrtra. via U Cbtcnpt. Kck lalantt I'ariiir to Kansas Citv ami 1 1. w orin. ami tkafMia h tie Texns Fiwifir to Kt Iaao anil Son tbera racillio to Im Btrrrr.a yet. Apranintnpat km U-fli Pnnclurlril to rim tkls rar on t baa I'ranrlaro ' by this soolkera mntn. whi h ia aa rjlNt nmrn In winter acaaoa. ! tAoruber, this ear ! Chimin any at c p. si. iy rt w talaiul mialA. Tfca ahnva mfintinnpit toarUt line it la axltlltlo to tha ilimtila weoktjr arf k trmm Cb TnalaT and PkiaamJa tla lMk lalnlMi rnata. tMftr Rt Jranl and Hoatfcnra Imtlato tkronftb riMhlM. Salt Lakff, CwM aad Saa Fraacium to Lo Aa- rMav Laa ratps a al )sritlrnt arrvirt?, Mfelml wlUl favil Um a,u , pi afftrr) OS 11mm tonrlst cars. ta.k Ummli M tkMy iserv, rj 1 to-WHi tlk tan pWa IJHna M W rmMa wra narawi I fltMa) (Mat ar eeaptaii oa iCUraM tor fait par tlUf. Jvma tUMMmtn. 0. T. A.. C B.I r.&.. cimut. A Carpal Bataa. Gaf aa. tart Tkraaf. Cfaam. Tafta. en-a. Whaaaiaf Caapk. BraaakiUa aa4 Aatkma, A aartaie rara far Caaiamatiaa ia Snt itam m4amrIMpttuMiaM. H at lam. Taa U aa Ika aa lalWM aflaai altar lakina OW mm. hUVf aa man aal P&0FES8IONAL CABD3. AITORSEYS. C PARMENTER. TToRKT -AT L f OMca la MllckaU I IJaM i a. w rthtra JACKSON 4c HURST. lTTOR?CI:YS Af t.W-omrn In lrrk 11aa4 a aiioai i.a. niii..:iair. Koea lauau. III. SWEENEY WALKER. ATTonNETS AXI forrUflM AT LAW t OOka la Unctra hi rk. hock Uland. III. CHARLES J. SEARLE, Armfixp-Y ATi.Av-i.Et-:i. nrsixrs or ail kliH mm;ilr a:tpii.lr.l t tttate'a At- ""T KiMak 1-lnr.l Cimaiv. Ofllea: I'oat IIIKM Bh-k. VIcENlRT & MiENIRT. ATTORXpTT ATI.AW-lBPon.y on pnort prttiHiy. mnlif rAll.clt'M rlrf.-rwrfr. Milrkrll A l.jri.de, i aak.-r. (lOtce la ISauiAVa S. W. ODELL. ,TTlR5IT AT LA W Fbrmcrlr nf Pnrt R rat. f wi am'.asr iw paM Ian antra aim ike Arm of aVawane A Katrk"a at PUIIac, ka am nprnmA mi fil!-r la Ika Aadtionam kaiidlrg. room a, at amm. riirsictAys. DR. A SAT, DUTS CIA7I AND el-Ruttr - r im Third Avaaa. Tilrpbta IITQ. tlark I.Ukd. 1.1. tifl.-a llnara: 10 a. a. l It m I lo t p. at. aad at avM. J. R. IMkiwImaB. M D On K. Barta, H. D. DR8. B ARTH H HOLLOWBUSH pllYtl AN AX l UUr.ON-. I (1r met' TakrajMMlMS MaaMtoaca rt: 'Vat at. liSS 0. tU"k Dr. Ib;ifmfcaah H. B" Ur. Il:t aa P a, aj. I ) I aa t mui 7 bI p. m. tnft Ii in 17 a. m. 4lTk8p.aB. DR.CHAS M.ROBINSON. ETC. EAR. J.O-.K. Af3TnR(IAT ONLY uaVt krealMMMk BulM.nif. 14 . 4d St. nAVCNruKT. IA. Mnnnr tw tt am : 1 1 4 am. R. M TEARCE. tVn ;T--vm si I a .tckcli A Lrs4 a I ! Taaa araanr. HAWTHORNE. At SILTIS. tr.NTl-T ta !?: Saca4 avauaa. arrar Kratl DR3 BICKLE&aCIIOEMAKER. .EXr.M. St'R.roX4.. Mnrkll A l.radt'r J blark. Ilnnm -SI. il k amatorl ARCHITECT. EDWARD L. HAM MATT. I KfllTtiT, Rno lataa l. in. OtncrBoasi 4l.MlislMi1l.alalailtliBe. GEO. P. 8TAUDITHAR, a Ki Til IT KIT tm-.m tm amnaiaa-aar for a'l A) taa m Unlldlura. a um a aim 8ftB Mltsa ul ltaa aatMiik. a as star stub CITY OFFICERS. W. A. DARUNO. Crrr tNniKicw air.anl li.ock. over Kiacbarr'a atnre. Is Life Worth LiviDg? Tkat ttrpmait t'paa Toor Bcaltfe. MONROE'S TONIC Will eara roa aaxl krp wrll. Par sa at Uarrcr Ifcmaa Pkarmacy. i SAVED I LABOR. TIME, MONET 11 OeUfar SOAP. Dm It your own way. il ii the bfrt Soap mad For V aaLiog Machiae dm. VAPX BT oac:::i & m&ni. 8IX lalUJON MILES WE'VE 8PE0L Oaea Agata OM M4W Karth Haa atallad Thia b tbe l?ginninir of a bp jresx, and are barv tnaxle a trWy loog Joarwy. Old trmTtlers cv that when nan geta lost ia the vrilUtfnoss ba goea rcmnd and roarid In trriitji to go alaimd, and be finds himself following his own tracks in a circle. I dont know whether this is so or not, bat I do know that today we are right exactly where we were a Year ago, and ret we have traveled round aad round nearly 6,000.000 miles at the rate of 1,000 miles a minnte. Astronomers tell us that we are right exactly where we were a year ago. This is mighty enrions to me. Who is doing it? This world has been going on this grand ronnd for thonsands of years, maybe millions of years, and is still at iU What is it? for I wont to know. Why doesn't it stop and rest? What did it ever start for? If this earth was made for us. why docs it have to go ronnd and ronnd forever and forever? If it has to go ronnd tho sun, why wonldn't a circle do as well as an ellipse why go at all? Couldn t tbe nuiverse be still and every Ilanet be independent? Why does tho earth have to tnrn a someranlt every day nnd whirl us rrmtid at tho rate of a thousand miles an hoar? Who is doing all this, nnd what is it done for, and when is the whole Vmtinesa to come to an end, or a form, or a transformation? I confess my ignorance and feel as hnroLle as a dog when I contemplate tbe wonders and mysteries of creation. I don't understand how the corn grows, nor the flowers bloom, nor tbe birds batch their young, and yet I realize that everything lias lieen made for our good, our comfort, onr pleasure, I was popping corn last night for a little grandchild, and I know that in the grand design of IVoviilence this little com was created Jnst to please the chil dren nnd nothing el.e. I know that cot ton grows to clothe the millions in mm mer, and tbe sheep were created to give us wool in winter, and tho cattle to give ns milk and butter and sluxn. Even onr complaints mid ailments nro provided for in nature's remedies, for we have quinine and calomel and cantor oil and opium nnd turiienUtic nnd mineral spring, and the lxt are the cheapest. All tl:u liest things are the cheapest the air nnd water and fire, tho bread nnd meat aud vegetables, and the fruits of tbe earth .ml the material for clothing. Tbe evidences of design and care and love are all un.nnd us everywhere and in i-verytbiiig. and I cannot understand how a thoughtful man can bo an agnostic ot an infideL I want to thank somebody cvTy morning for preserving me through the night, for I know that sleep is near nkin to death, and I cannot keep my own her.rt lieuting. ThiTe is some great thing laaind me, nnd I will trust him liecanse he h.is lieen trood to me and sustained mo all my life The liest religion is to trust in tlie Lord nnd do good. Etfl Arp in Atlanta Cunrttitntion. Chlavae New Yrat Caatoraa. Thecustom f giving presents nnd par ticularly tlu.t of exchanging New Year's calls is essentially Chinese. Tbe coinci dence of thefj two rather peculiar acts of brotherly love cot xistin in Holland and .Scotland should fnrnish cause for thought. It Li a tittle singular certainly tliat IIh Cluiiese, who are not nn ovr charitahle or forgiving race, should en join the forgiveness of all debts at the beginning of the new year. It is an iimusing nrctncle in China to see the creilit or mercilessly huutiug d wn tbe debtor during the few days that rt- muin. Ko one is exempt from tho ueces-' sity, for in order to pay his own debts be mast in tnrn collect what is dne to him. Tlie debtor who cannot fulfill bis obliga tions lijr fcew i ear b goes into bankrupt cy by the op -ratious of a custom stronger than law. He undoubtedly earns the con tempt of bis follow men. but at least ho is free from their persecution. His debts are forgiveu with nnite as much sincerity as could be expected under the circum stances. Besides this painful phase of Chinese Ynletido tliere are other prejiorations to bo made fur the htting celebration of the great three day festival, beginning with tlie first day of the first month. Tho red peach pajier which has been removed from the doorway must be replaced, and tliereforc nliout this time tlie profession al letter writer of the Chinese quarter tukes bis station on tbe street corner and is Imsily employed in writing sentences of gissl ouien. JTatunilly some of these gentlemen are more iHijmlur than oth ers, a letter writer who claims to have passed one of tbe inferior civil service examinations, or who at one time has tieen connected with a fashionable joss house, being moru in demand than bo who lias picked up bis smattering of knowledge at school, or by what is an iniortuut factor in Chinese education self help. It is quite customary also to bring these red 1iIict slips to tbe jossbouse, where for a trifling fee they are stamped with the seal of the joss. Certaiuly it is worth taking somo trouble with a little piece of paer which is to do dnty for an entire year, for as soon as tlie slips have been prepared and stamjied they are glued to tbe doorposts against tlie time when the evil spirits shall return and mako tbe last state of the man worse than tho first. Tho moral which the Saviour pointed out to his disciples, that spasmodic effort is inevitably followed by reactions unfavorable to the true sjiiritunl development, is fully borne vut by the history of tlie Chinese people, liarpt-r's Magazine. Xanr Yaara Saparatltlnaa. The followiug uperstitions in connec ts m with New Year's are still firmly be lieved ia various parts of England, Ire land. Scotland and Wales: On Stew Year's morning go to a well or fountain and leave aa apple aad nose gay, and tbe water will keep fresh and be more wholesiitne all the year. If a dark comilcxioned man crusta your threshold first oa New Year's day, roa will lie prospi Tons; if a blond, un lucky, and if a rFtlbeaded man dire dia- WiU sorely fuUow Soaacted. INDIAN ELICS UNEARTHED. Than a Maalal C tfca Ft rat Hatha) atlat Ctuprl la Aaaertea. Clmrles Z. Fritsinger, a German f irmer who resides in Benton county, 4-1 miles eonUi of Sedalia, Mo., while digging a drainage ditch on his farm last month unearthed, at a distance of three feet from the surface, a medal or token of Wesley chapel and parsonage, John street, Kew York, the first Meth odist building in America. Mr. Frit ingor took it to Scdalia to find out something abnnt it and ascertain its valne. The token is made of lead and antimony, ia 2 inches ia diameter and tho thickness of a Bland dollar. )n tho obverse nido is an embossed likeness of John Wesley, nronnd which are tho inscriptions, Founder of Metlr oilism" nnd "The World Is My Par ish." ht th reverse 'eblo is an mi tossed pictnro if Velry chapel, show ing the ancient place of worship and tbe adjoining parsonage. The inscrip tions nro "NVWley Chapel nnd Parson age" nnd "Dedicated by Philip Em bnry, Oct SO, 1708." It is possible that it was given by a missionary to an Indian, for the spot whero it was fonnd Is where the Usages and Kickapoos had their lai.t great battle. In running tho ditch whero tho token was unearthed Mr. Fritzinger fonnd a number of ar rows, arrowheads, battlo axes, toma hawks and other weapons used by the Osage Indians. Chicago Herald. Crased by a Fair Statu. Frank Miller, a resident of Knox town ship, visited the World's fair last sum mer, and wbilo passing throngh the Lib eral Arts building caught eight of the statue of the crucifixion of Christ. From that timo be seemed to lose control of his mind. All his time at the fair was siient in front of tho statue. It was by tlwimd strenuous efforts that he was induced to return borne. Since his ar rival ho has grown steadily worse, until todav bis mind is a total wreck and bo is a uaugerous lunatic. On eh-ction day he preached religion in n wild and ex cited manner, nud his theme day and night is Christ's crucifixion, lie has lx-en taken to nn asylum. Miller was a prosicrous farmer at olio time aud was very intelligent, Alliance (O.) Dispatch. AakYosr Fries is Who have tried Hood's Sarapnrilla what they think of it. ami tbe reply will be positive in its favor. Simplv what Hood's Sarsaparilln does, that tells the story of its merit. One has neen cureii oi indigestion or tlysjicp si.t. another finds its indesjH'nsalilc lor sick hcadaeiie or diiioiisness. while others reort remarkable cures of seroiuia, catarrh, rlieiimatism, salt rheum, etc. Hood's Pills are purely vegetable. I.r.CAL AI'Pl IMIrat TaM-H wril K. Eatatr ef Samnrl Pnvlrn. 1orrnar4l. Tm utHK'TviinHl havinK Itren ai'ftfmiteri ail mtnl,tr:iffr ef flm rtatt t.f Samual ItDirira. he of the ennntrnr hnrk IMil,-i . tit lll:U4i-, Hi-rMawnt. btvhr cire notice that ab ari:l af-nrht-f.w tlie rofinlvcmi't Hock inland rontit. at tlw .tfllre ff 1h ritTk .f aaid rourt, in tkr rlt ol Kock toland. at the Frhraar wrm oa tjje Bret MiMiriaTln K l.r iatr nrxt. at mliirh time all MTnr. havltic rl.nl me ata tiet 'aid el;te are nntiAi d and reqieted to atteml, tlr tbe tnrtee iikidi; ,i.t- ;amc r 11 i.tt'iijp in. dchird tnaaid eet-te are renneated to nuke In mrdtrie imymnl to the nndfr-U-ned. Uati'd tbn lllh day nf !N-ccnilr. A. T. J. kl. i:r Amli, Ailainittutor. rrt.tcTinr vn art t. nr.L bftate CT aOKIIUK. BTaTR OP ILLINOIS. Itix K IsLaXD rTT. To all Prtsnisroneenml: lnh'lc n.itiee lu n l.T ciren that the nnilir airt.e'l. rnr.'f:.n f War. L. Swwik. John M. Swank. Ida X. swan. M-iie K. Swank and fcdaanl s. Swank, mirnr lit-in of Imn. l c. Swnr k. divea-e.l. has Bled In the cidlee nf the cleik of the rmintr enuit nf llork ts'nnil rniintr and alate ef lllh oik. 1 euiinii i.ir an order or tn ale or tlie inl ewiiis d. CTilHMl real ee'ate belona- nc lo eaiil minora. nid real rualc lyinr and beina In Ih-rrnt.tT of n-ira i-iiuiu aiaic 01 iriooi,anu ucecnucd aa lol lowa. 1 ha north twenty-eicht and ta-llin (88 7J-W0) acca m in mini-.e-ipt (inarter I u t or tne Miuth. enat cior.rter Ikl nf aei-tion diioiImt arenieea tl.l. in tnwnan t nnmlier eiitli'i-cn CM, north n.nsr Miml:r two (S), cart of Ibe foanh print i tal meridian. And tint raidnetlinn wilt be heart thofirat d jr 01 ine reuraarT lemi, A. I ' . in'.ti. or as an. Ih tenft.w aa ennuwl may he heard, at which lima and e ym ran anpear and onjccl to raid petliinn it ann -ee at lo on ai. Ilatrd at Knrk llnr.! tllla4Htl davnf TVcembcr, A. I. 1W. E!SVOIrTir 'jf1 Si APRS. tinardltn nfWarr L. Swwk. John M. Swank. T.la ai swants, badic . bwank and Edward s, swank. By Jacksos A Ill'IHT. Attnmejra B. WINTER. Wholesale Dealer aad I ai gutter of Wines and Liquors 1C16 and 1618 Third Are John Volk 5c Co, UKMBKAL CONTRACTORS - HOUSE BTJTJJDEBS. Maaafaetsrara of Sash, Doors, Blinds. Siding, Flooria; Waiaacoaiing. Aad aD kinds of wesi oark tar DaiVdara. iCkiacathat. bat-Tklrd aad Tawrtk aaaaaa . mocaisxavaai .Oil is the kinrl used in the production of Scott's Emul sion H ypophos phitcsof Lime and Soda are edded for their vital ef. feet upon nerve and brain. No mystery surrounds this formula the only mystery is how quickly it builds up flesh and brings back strength to the weal: of all ages. Scott's Emulsion will check Consumption and is indispensable in all wasiing dis eases. PrenareflRonttTW-e.!? V. AM d-nrrhite. UTSURAXCJt. A.D. HUESING. Real Estate- AND -Insurance Agent- Renreaenta, amoai other time-tried and arel known Fire Inmrancc Companies, the following : Poral tnanranee ComrHtny, of Rnetand. M"eathe-ter Kire lua. Company, of N. V. Kuflnln Oerman Inn. company, Bnf?alo,N. Y. Idieheater ticrmaa Ina. Co.. Kor heater, N, Y. 'itlKenl las. t'i, of litlelturi(, I'a. Snn Kiretillico, lindon t'l.ien Ina. to., of t'alifiimis. eenrilT Ina. v.. ew llano, Conn. Milwaukee klerhaatca tna. Co.. Milwaasea. a is. Merman Fire Ins. Cn, af IVrria,111. Oflicc Cor llh St, and 5!d Ave. Rock Island, III Established 1868. "THE OLD RELIABLE." HATES t CLEAVELAND eXSERAL vmm urn Rc resenting over 40 Million Dollars of Cash assets Fire Life, Tornado. Accident. Marine, Employer's Liability INSURANCE Bonds of Suretyship. OFFICE Denpaten "a block Kork Wand, llle tlTfwcarr onr ratea: tbey will interest job. J M. BUFORD, General . . . Insurance Agent Tbe old Ftre and Time-tried Companies relirvacnted. Losses Promptly Paid. Rate ae low aa any reliable amnnany ran atToM Soar Patroaaire to solicited. BAXKS. THE MOUNIi, STATE SA7HT6S BAITS. Colic e, HI. OtBce Corner Flfteo tk etreat and Third Are. CAPITAL 8100.POO.00. Sneree i the Holme 8ataca Lata. OrcanlaadU 5 Mm ISTEUST .'HP OS DEPOSITS. Orgaslaed under stue Laws. Open from t a. m. to 1 1 m-. and Wedncrday aao eatnraa nirbtarrotn7to8pm PoaTrBB Skirwkb, President a. r. Diiuaai, - - - njmt niaacroaa: Porter Skinner, W. W. Walla, C. A. Koae, H. A. Alnaworib, O. B. Kdwarda, W. II. Adaaia, Andrew Frlbera;, c. T. Uaiueuway, iliraai Darllaa:. Western Investments GUARANTEED REAL ESTATE LOANS for prorate parti oa la .the cardan apot of Um west by the Orchard State Bank of OaCUARB. KBBRASEA. C W. Dam, Preaident. J.8.Daa Caakler. SCFBRSNCES. Mitchell A Laada. Bankefa. J. r. Rowaaon, Caahior aVtck la land Ms tots C C. Carter, at . TJ. Henry Uait'a Bona. Wboteaale Oroera. Oorra ace rwUcited. XXHT&OPOLITAN maSwmap atearse CCWCMB. THE TtlOLINE WAGON, MoLiNm, Ills. -The oline Qanulactnrers ol FARM, SPRING AND FREIGHT wagoss A fall and eompletr Hac of Platform tod other Hpritiv Wkvnns. aaneriana a.i., Wasters trade, of anterior workiaauif nr.il Sk'.rfc lilafi rn'e 1 uDr 10 lt awlkstiOB. Seethe M.IUNit VTaiKis hetnrenn'rehasin, 0I: Our Purpose In Advertising is to let everj bo.ly mho bays clothing that's all Man kiad here about know that, our fall suitings atiin, and tbat the finest ever displayed in the city. You ars r'S. pectfully Invited to call and s?e the lateet in palUras and styles, in fall and winter wear. J. B. ZIMMER, Call and leave, yonr order Star Btxjk Opposttx Harper IIoraK: CONRAD SCHNEIDER DXALXB IV GROCERIES, PROVISIONS1 Flour, Etc. "'omoce 1093. Fifth Avenue Pharmacy. HORST VON KOECKRITZ, Analytic M Bisnensii Pharmacist Is row located in his new buililioa! at tbe corner of Fifth vct;ue cd TweatyahirtJ street. C. J. W. SCHREINER, Contractor and Builder, 1121 1133 FonrUi avescc. Rveiilance 1119 Fourth avenoo. Plana and fpeciBcatlona fnrtilhed on all claasea of amrk; also acent for Wilier" Pitc3t!tt:de b'luinc uilu'la.fioineUiing now, atyliah and desirable HOt'K ISLAND ILL JOHN KONOSKY, Carpenter and Builder, OFFICE, SO: 2S21 SIXTH AVENUE, 8hop on Vine Street ROCK ISLAND. IL A. BLiACKHAIili, Manufacturer of all kinds of BOOTS AND SHOES Oautr Fine Shoe a Specialty, repairing done neatly and promptly. A thare of yoor patronage rcrpcctfallr solicited. tiEOKKE SCIIAirEfi, Proprietor. leal second Arenae, Corner of Sixteenth Street, - Opposite Harper's Ttcit re. The choicest Wine. Liauors. Beer and Cigars always on Hand Froa Laneh ICrera Dat wndwichea Paratanad on fihort NoCca. Proprictoror .-L All kinds of Cot Flowers eoaataiiUy oa hand. tarceaUowvM , Flowur More One block from Central park, the larccrt ia. Iowa 'JU4 Brady atreet, Daaanprt, la. ' I. F, RosKMriaXn. , Tea KoatsriELU. ROSENFIELD BROS. PRACTICAL Plumbers, Steam, Gas Fitters. House Heatinj; and Sanitary Plumbin. Basement Rock Island Nat. Bank. K Q. BUMOaT. M. J. P.aREKB HUDSON & PARKER, CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS, ill kind. 'of Oupentering promptly attended to. Eitimato' v v ! " l-TBlajb wbeiv tltaiTed. lc?oor,Tirt ttermiitaMUlist. . Hock Ialand. Wagon Co, 231 Twentieth stiert. 1618 Second Avennc, Rock Island. IIP BiOIfflmfACHBBp of tbe Brady street - f i -v -