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THE ARGUS, TUESDAY, JULY 17, 1894.
PiMMfcrf 01 ly K4 Week! M 1W Sacoa,)
Araa. Bock Ii!ad 01.
J. W. FOmtB, - PCBUSHKS.
TEKIO IM, NMllipattMl. Weekly,
t. CO par uion; ta ad rue 1 31 80.
All oemsaenlcatlone of a critical or errnmeota
tle caanaur, pnlltlnd or rellciosa, Boat hart
raal aaaae attache for pahlloatloa. No each
if let will be printed nrt Brliltnat slffnataree.
Correspotwlsnee aolieilcd ttem STery townehlp
Nnoh Inland enantv.
Ti Dr, Jilt 17. 18?4-
lr.Herni be simply delaying
-Tin: governor of Wrjt Virginia di
vided Kelly's army of 250 men into
three sound i, anil rent them march
ing by different route. It proved a
good scheme. The entire army is
The parents of Kugene lcbs were
lorn ia A I are uhen it was a part of
France. IHjIs is an atheist and a
great admirer of Ingersoll. lie is a
great hater of Arthur, of the Engi
RtPUt:ETATivi: Sri:iNt;rR Las in
troduced in the house a bill provid
ing for a national board of arbitra
tion to Ik apKintcd br the presi
dent. It contains a compulsory
clause, and its decision in ail cases
are entered a decrees in United
The strike of the American Hail
war I'nion," says Samuel loni-rs,
president (if the American Federation
vt l.almr. "shows the willingness of
workingmcn to make sacrifices. "' Mr.
(torurs appear to be riht there.
Whatever eNe may be raid against
the sympathetic strike, its worse cn
ruiies cannot call it seltish.
Tiir. fact that the Pullman strikers
have In-en starved out and beaten, sug
gests again the idea sofrequenly pre
sented that lebs would have contrib
uted to a more humane course, as
well as more practical, bad he as
sessed the nienilers of the A. Ii. I".
rcr Capita sufficiently to feed the
'ullman strikers and tons have car
ried on the war against Full man to a
Ai.. ir.x. OnrMiowrr, at the com
mand of (iov. Altgcld. as conmian-rttT-in-clilet
vt the Illinois National
(iuard. has issued an order revoking
the order calling for the annual tour
for camp dntr for the Illinois Na
tional (iuard. to hrvc been held at
Springfield commencing this morn
ing, and declaring the encamp
roent off. The reason for the aban
donment is the enormous e Jpensc in
curred during the recent strike
troubles, and the appropriation for
the militarv service running short.
What promises to lie a hotly con
tested congressional convention con
vened at Mnmouih today, repre
senting the democrat cf the new
Fifteenth district, comprising Hen
derson. Warren. Hancock. MclMn
ough. Adams. Schuyler and lirown
counties. The two counties first
named arc the only ones in the dis
trict that will not present a candi
date. Hancock will present Truman
Flantz, who was the nominee of the
democracy in the old Kleventh in
18'J2: Mclionongh will name peren
nial Dili Neece; Adams. e-Cougrcs.
tnan George Anderson, of (.juincy;
Schuyler, Judge Montgomery, 'of
Kushville. ami Ilrown. Hon. J. J.
McDanold, of Mt. Sterling, now rep
resenting the obi Twelfth district in
congress. The outcome is entirely
problematical, although from what
information The Ai:;t s has been
able to clean, it wouldn't lie sur
prised to sec Mr. McDanold walk off
with the persimmon. It is reported,
however, that there id some sort of
an understanding Itetwecn Xeece
and Plant whereby in certain con
tingencies one would receive the
support of the other, which would
probably result in the nomination of
the beneficiary of their combined
strength. liy reason of Rock Isl
and's atliliation with several of the
counties in tho past, the local democ
rats will watch the proceedings with
Words f Wisdom.
Archbishop Ireland being asked
what he had t say upon the strike,
poke as follows:
I dislike to speak nf Chicago
strikes, because iii so doing I shall
blame lalor. while because of my
deep sympathies with it I should
wish t have never but words of
praise for It. The fatal mistake tn
connection with this strike is tlmt
property was destroyed, the lilerty
of ritiens Interfered with, human
lives endangered, the soc'al order
menaced, the institutions and free
dom of the country put in a most
The moment suck things happen
atl ossible questions as to the
rigb's and grievances of labor must
t dropped out of tight md all
efforts of law abiding citizens and
public officials made to serve in
maintaining order and guarding at
all cost the public weal. Labor
must learn, however, that sacred as
re its rights, there is something
above them and absolutely supreme
social order and the laws of public
justice. There Is no civil crime as
hideous an4 pregnant ofeviI results
as resistant o la w and- the consti-
tutional authorities of the country.
LalMir, too, must learn the lesson
that the liberty of a citizen has to he
respected. One man has a right to
cease work but no right to drive an
other man from work.
"As to the means of prevention of
strikes and dangerous disputes be
tween capital and labor nothing is
better, so far suggested than arbitra
tion within the lines of wisdom and
justice that the national legislature
can throw around it. President
Cleveland deserves well of the nation
and of the people of Chicago in par
ticular for his course. The need of
this country is lofty, disinterested
patriotism, which . forgets all minor
allegiances in presence of the gen
Title For Women.
Until O.-var Wilde burst upon the
World an tho apostle of n-stlicticism tho
family to which lio belonged had hardly
liecn heard of iu this country. Since
then occx-ional paragraphs havo ap
peared in tho papers regarding relatives
of tho divino Oscar, and uow attention
has lieen 'called to his mother. Lady
Wilde, because of a novel movement in
which she has taken a leading part.
This lias for its object the securing from
tho crown of honorific distinction for
women of the same character as those
granted to nu mlx r.s of the sterner sex.
Lady Henry Somerset is also a leader ia
tho movement, and the disinterestedness
of these two ladies iu this crusade seems
to need no affirmation when it is re
membered th::t each is already the pos
sessor of a title. Tho advocates of the
new idea tlcclaro that while a man be
made a baronet or a knight liecause of a
notable d-ed done no sach honor falls
to tho lot of women, and they urge that
titular honors bo conferred equally upon
the sexes. When it is pointed out to
thetu that ?Jiss Eurdctt-Contts was
made a baroness by way of reward for
her many public benefactions, the new
crusaders u tort that the case of tho bux
om m merely proves the rule. Ex
change. 1 atritinc a in let.
S.tindo, one of tho cleverest of the
Paris detectives, was one day making
his round of the (jnarticr dn Temple
when he found himsidf in a group lis
tening to a man selling silver watches
for 5 francs each. Saindo bought one,
and having assured him If that it was
genuine c-ime to the not unnatural con
clusion that theso watches could not
Lave been come by honestly.
The render was, however, a giant,
and Saindo is by no means blessed with
large proportions. Ho furthermore ar
gued that there were confederates among
the group. Ia a minute tr two ho had
formed a plan. He asked the man to
take a glass of wine, saying that he
meant to purchase another watch. The
offer was accepted, and a second watch
was tendered, which Snindo pretended
trt examine. He, howevi r, suddenly
t' k M his het'ls, watch iu hand. Tbcre
upoirtle vend r pursued, cryiag:
'When Saindo got him as far as the
police station, he turned around, clutch
ed the other by the throat, and to the
great astiaishincut of every one led his
captive inside Paris Journal.
A Ltule Oirl'a Incnatci la a L shtton'e.
Mr. and Mrs. Loren Trescott are
keepers of the Gov. Lighthouse at
Sand Beach. ich. and are. blessed
with a daughter, four years old. Last
April fche was taken down with
measles, followed with a dreadful
cough and turning into a fever.
Doctors at home and at Detroit treat
ed her. but in vain, she grew worse
rapidly, until she was a mere hand
ful o- "bones." Then the tried Dr.
King's New Discovery and after the
use of two and a half bottles, was
completely cured. They say Dr
King's New Discovery is worth its
weight in gold, yet yon may try a
bottle free :t Ha'rtz A: Ullenieyer's.
STUKN'GTII AND HEALTH.
If you are not feeling strong and
healthy, try Electric Bitters. If -La
Grippe"1 has Mt you weak and weary,
use Electric Uitters. This remedy
acts directly n liver, stomach and
kidneys, gently aiding these organs
to perform their functions. If vou
are afflicted with sick headache, you
will find speed v and a permanent re
lief by taking Electric ISitters. One
trial will convince you that this is
the remedy you need. Large bottles
only 5'.ic. aVlIartz & Ullenieyer's.
BUCKLER S arnica bal'tx.
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 sures piles or
no pay required. It is guaranteed
to give perfect satisfaction, or money
refunded. Price 25 cents per box.
For tale by Harts & Ullemeyer
Chemical Effects of Lightning;.
Lightning works chemically. It ha
the power of developing a peculiar
odor, which has been variously com
pared to that of phosphorus, nitrous
gas and most frequently burning sul
phur. Wofen mentions a storm on the
fethmns of Darien which diffused such a
sulphurous stench through the atmos
phere that ho and Lis marauding com
panions could scarcely breathe, particu
larly when they plunged into the wood.
A diiinmtld nbscribcr write: Vr. Editor:
t like joor paper genera'lr likewise ouraalt
you deserve nock of my lesject. Neverthe
less, crose from Jour daultag list of subscribers
mjr tumble name or "top printing those blinders
of Dr. PI rtf. I know t im by heart -bit medi
cine! a- O. ft. I bad the sick-at liver that ever
a lck and livad, and b'a 'relieta- straightened
oat IU crowkt.
My wire, alitor, children, roasias, aunts and
nuclei have atl been strengthened by 'the mys
tery of tbclr magic1 I aw truly grateful; bnt
whrn 1 ait down to read one of 'Napoleon Bona
parte's Jukes' or 'Aa Iriabaaan Croa'ing the
Alp.' innat I always bave to blunder Into the old
story of how 'Piercv's Pleasant Pellet' are purely
vefrelahle and anii-biliou. vleaasnt to tie taste
enro sick headache, rrl eve torpid liver an 1 are
naraned to give sati-factioa or money re
foul .dr '
"THE WAY IT GOfcS.
When It'a uprinc, yott catch a cold;
Summer tinio, you're meltln;
When It's winter, wood is scarce
Sleet and snow a-cltin.
When you've pnt the cash in view.
Plenty to befriend you;
When you need a dime or two.
Not a soul to lend you!
When you're on the mountain top.
Telescopes to spy you;
When into the uitch you drop.
Whole world pnsscs by youl
Ain't a bit o use to fret
Tako it as you find It;
Host world that you've been in yet
Laugh and never mind It!
Hopper Spins a Pinafore" Yarn.
Somo years ago, when the "Pinafore'1
craze was at its height, the actor who
impersonated JSir Joseph Porter during
a production of that opera at 'tho Varie
ties theater. New Orleans, had a make
up which transformed Jiisa into an
exact facsimile of Admiral Murray of
the United States navy, who was then
stationed at Sew Orleans. One night an
old salt of Murray's command was sit
ting in tho front row of tho gallery.
When Sir Joseph Porter mado his first
entrance, he gazed upon him for a mo
ment as if doubting the evidence of his
senses, and then muttered to himself
sotto voce, "I'm Host if that isn't old
Rising from his scat mid making a
sea scrape, ho called out, "Good day,
your honor." Tho special officer was
going to eject him, but the manager of
tho housv, who had observed him, for
bade it and told the officer to let tho old
fellow enjoy himself to his heart's con
tent so long as he did not become so
boisterous as to disturb the performance.
Whenever Sir Joseph cauio on or
went off tho stage, the old salt Mould
rise and honor him with a salute, and
after tho fall of tho curtain he proposed
and gave three cheers for Admiral Mur
ray. A naval lieutenant who was pres
ent subsequently told me that when the
old fellow went ou board his ihip nest
day he had to be put iu irons for refus
ing to obey an older from his superior
officer unless that functionary would
follow the example of the gallant cap
tain of the "Pinafore" and say, "If you
please." De Wolf Hopper in New
Ti a and Coffee as I'nml.
M. Stanislaus Idai-tiu states that, as
the result of an experiment on three
different criminals sentenced to death
who accepted the scientific trial in pref
erence to hanging. No. 1, nourished ex
clusively ou tea, lived three years, and
then died. lie had become almost a
skeleton and was in a transparent con
dition. No. 2, on coffie, died in two
years burned as if an interior Cre had
calcined Lim. No. 3 lived on choeolato
fer eight months and died iii a very ad
vanced state of rottenness, as it were,
devoured by worms. London Lancet.
The Teeth tf Greenland Whale.
An experienced whaler is authority for
the statement that the Greenland whale
never has mure than one set of tc-ih. These
teeth are milk teeth, and when the young
whale is weaned they do not fail out like a
baby's milk teeth, but disappear by ab
sorption in the jaw, and instead of beinii
replaced by periuaneut teet h plates of b
i -en or whalebone are substituted fort hem.
Cable From (jueen Lll.
Dear Grcsbim One mute boon 1 crave,
I trust in yonr affection
'Tie not to murder DMe, the Knave,
Or put down insarrectioti:
'Tls not my rrown but me to save,
I write in deep deject oa.
Add so a package I must ha' e
Of Park's Tea for my coiEp'.cxion,
r.rnluim'i Answer to Queen A.
When I ri'ce.v, d yonr ca!trruui
1 lunujrht t snre would faint.
Fur though I often nse ParK'a Tea,
'Ti t ot f r vour cwnp aint
I feared that Mra.G. wonld think
Wionz about our cnneelioo,
Tillrin beriire8erthre I stw
Park's Tea for h r cump'exion.
Sold bv Ilartz & Ullemever.
Facts Worth KnoMli.i
In all diseases of the nasal mucous
membrane the remedy must tie non
irritat nj. Nothins satisfactory can
be accomplished with douches, snnlTs,
powders or astringents, because thev
are irritating, do not thoroughly
reach the effected surfaces anil
should be abandoned as worse than
failures. A , multitude of persons
who had for years borne all the
worry and pain that catarrh can in
flict testify to radical and permanent
cures wrought bv Kly's Cream Balm.
Your druggist has it."
are hundreds of brands of
White Lead (so- called) on the
market that are not White Lead,
composed largely of Barytes and
other cheap materials. But the
number of brands of genuine
is limited. The following brands
are standard "Old Dutch" process,
and just as good as they were when
you or. your father were boys :
" Southern," "Bed Seal,"
44 Shipman, " 44 Eahnestock."
For Colors. National Lead Co.'s Pare
White Lead Tinting Colors, a one-pound can to
a ij-ponnd keg of Lead and mix your own
paints. Saves time and annoyance in matching
shades, and insures the best point that it is
possible to pat on wood.
Send us m postal card and get our book on
paints and color-card, free; it will probably
save yon a good many dollars.
NATIONAL LEAD CO.
State and Fifteenth Streets, Chicago.
Soli by all
Bruggisls ;n Lioui, r-r in I'oVler
to be taken dry r.u.Io inu a toa.
The Klr.;T of Liver M: i'.if !nr.
havo us: I yours. mtnois i.ivcrTirjri.
la;iiruiiiir.:ici.iw;,.;,ri;;;.v,:lv it istiie
Klii!; i.f :.'! l.v r tu.-'l U" 1 .::' ;!r it a
n. .:;. ii-i ciu's! in !.:! .t:u. w. J AClt
aoN, T-coi.ra, Washington.
st Vu Si-.p in rod t-ii T.-vni'frr
"As oM as
an l proven"
13 the verdict
o f millions.
lator 13 tho
eon pin your
f;t itli for a
m i 1 tl laxa
tive, a n l
t table, act
on tlio Liver
Painlessly. Positively. Perfectly. Per
Without Stirpieal Ojerntion ordeten
tioa from Business.
'o p.v frr tr't;ner.t cntil enred. Disrase of
Kw tniu: t'tr micCcn'pstiim, stricture. Fissures
Prnii:i or itrnim: piles permanTtlv eared.
Fistula eor.-.-l witboul tlie me of knife.
Piles n.-nit.v'-ii w:U.oat pain at the
Medics! and Surgical Institute
CONSULTATION IS FREE
Permanently L.v.st,i ic the Ryan Blnck,
Si co lid axd Bmdy btructs, iiavenuort, Iowa.
ALL AFFLICTEdTaRE WELCOME.
Drs, Arder on and Rose are irraduaioa of the
leatiinir medical colleges of tbie coontry, and
with 20 ycurs' experience in the treatment ol
CATAKUII. THROAT AND LrKOS.
Tjey snv-sfu::v ttvat Catarrh. Throat and
Lnr.gs, diseases or tna uiirestive orpins, dysip-
1 1 1 V t ' r 1 f 1 1 . ! 'l'. . ' f. . Cl' T! : I w : (ATI rhmnir A -a
K1DXET AND CRINART
Trottbles epeedlly removed.
Tbe most ajL-ravattd cases are speedily and
PeTTiauetillj cured by enr new methxl of treat
LADTFS AFFLICTF D Special attention frtven
to all iisftes pi'Cnliar to women. Kvery farility
and aovs.ntaize for tbe trnatmcnt and 8edy re
moval of this c'.a of dict-ases.
Electricity Its Scientific Applica
tion. Facial blemishes, as moles, saperflnons hair
wine marka, tumors, wens, etc., removed by clec
BI.OOD AND SKIN DISEASES.
All troubles arsnr from tmpnre blood, scrof
ola. eczema. uttt.:r. tanuir. oler. etc.
Cn be eonsalted cotitidenilv by letter or other
wise, ttecd 4 ceii'.s for a'jestion blank. Address
PRS. ANULiiatJK hOafi, Kyan block, Daven
mm bath EODm
Baths of All kinds, including
Turkish, plain, shampoo, elec
trie, electro-thermal, etc., may
be obtained at tho Sanitarium
Bath Rooms, on the first floor of
the Harper House.
For Ladies From 9 a. m. to
12 m. on week days For Gen.
tie men From 6 a. m. to 7:30 a.
m., and from 2 p. m. to 9 p. m.
on week days On Sundays the
rooms will be open from 6 a. m.
to 11 a. m. for Gentlemen only.
Electric and Electro-thermal
baths may be obtained at any
time during business hours.
Gymnasium connected with bath
rf 'tig''' -
Wholesale Dealer and Importer of
Wines and Liquors
W16 and 1618 Third At
THE TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
QHICAOO, ROCK ISLAND PACIFIC
Railway Depot corner Flftb avenue and
Thirty-arst roet, Frank 11. Plammer, Apent.
Denver UmPed AOnnba..
Ft. Worth. Denver A K.C..
K. C St. Joe Minneapolis
uminia nee aioin.'e. .... ..
t'ttniha & Kansas City
OmahaADcs Moines Ex...
titmaha it Dr Moines Ex..
Denver, Lincoln A Omaha...
St. fa'il it Mmnenpol's
Si, 1'anl it Minnenpopa....
St. Joseph, Atchison & K. C.
Denver. Ft. Worth A K. C.
tKsnsas City St. Joseph.
tRork Island tt Washington.
t 'hlcaro Des Moinea
Ban. . Wrrr,
am it S
ftm ' t a
am t S
: 'r am
Arrival. tUepartnre. JDaliy, except Sunday.
All others daily. Telephone lim.
P. Il.Pi.rnta, Art.
BURMNfiToN ROUTE C..B. J. KAII
way lept First avenue and foil teen th
street, M. J. aounar, api nt.
St. ixiuis Kxurem...
Ht. liuis Kxpresa.
M. ram rasai-ner
Liivt. I anaiva
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....! T:fS pai :' am
t fiS an:
5 :t& rr
r"HICAOO, MILW AUKEE ST. PAUL
Pailwav Kactne at eenthwes'ern Diviainn
Depot Twentieth etrect, between Finn aud
Jfocoud avenuta. C D. W. Uoliuoa, Agent.
Mail and Exiirers.,
bt. Paul Express..
I.eavb. I amva.
trnO am :S.ipm
4:00 pnij 11:45 am
Dock Island a Peoria Railway
Dl.nOt First IwniM Sml Tarfi.lj.tl, -r..
F. A. Uockwcll, Agent.
; I xava Anniva
S:(i5 am T:MI ptn
Fast Mail Ex.irtss
2:S pm 11 -15 a-a
S:in am 3 (l . n
DUKLINRTOK, CEDAR RaTIDS ft
street, Daveuport. Jaa. Morton, Uen. Ta't
M :4ii pm bio :V) m
bT:ao .ml bl :ti0 atu
West Li'iertv Tra'us
1.7:10. ni t)in:ini
i h7 : pm
hd-40 nm hll'lTi
flinm ilniith . . ...... X ,Q ... 1. . . ... .
Cedar Kapids and West Libeity.
To St. Louis
Leave Rock Island.. .
Arrive St. Louis
8:05 A. M.
.. ..7:10 p. M.
This Route affords a pleasant day
journey through the best por
tion of the state of Illinois, in
eluding the cities of Peoria
A full view of the State Capitol is
had from the train at the lat
ter place. Lunch is served on
the train you can order what
your appetite demands and at
a reasonable price.
Another thing to be considered is,
that you are not compelled to
rise at an unseasonable hour
to take train. You are landed
in Union depot, St. Louis, in
due time to catch out-going
trains on connecting lines in
case your destination is be
yond. R. STOCIHOUSE,
6. T, A,
How to procure ANTI-WASHBOARD
SOAP POWDER free of charge:
BUY -OUR LADY" SOAP?
Cut off the end of the wrapper,
at place named. When you have
35 pictures of our Anti-Washboard
Soap Powder, take them
to your grocer or present them
at our oflicxs and you will receive
FREE a 4-pound package, worth
26c We make this liberal in
ducement to quickly introduce
Our Lady Soap and
Anti-7aliboaid Soap Powder
And hold j good until ail wrap
pen on which this offer ia print
ed, is presented to as.
Warnock Cl Ralston
Soap Makers, Bock Island.
I TOLD YOU SO,
MIrandy Hanks and Betsy Swan,
Talked on, and on, and on, and on:
M flirandy, sorely you're not through
Your washing, and your scrubbing, too ?".
" Yes 1 firs. 5 wan, two hours ago.
And everything's as white as snow;
But then, you see, it's all because
I use the SOAP called SANTA CLAU5."
M"l2Ji,nMt THE N.K.FAIRBAHK CMtiZA
, V.I..1 u..
HOBS FEET IS TBI WG1LD Tfl m.
Luckily there arc shoes enough for thr ,
want them, and they all do in this di:
We have shoes for the multitude.
Good, Better and Best.
Poor shoes we don't meddle with. X
them for us. Nothing in them for the v.
except their feet and discomfort. Xn ,
my in poor shoes. If you want GOO ).
VICEAI5LE SHOES. STYLE an i (
FORT, at lied Rock Trices, let us
' Cor. Second and Harrison i.
See our spring
And summer Suits.
Our purpose in advertising is to let v r,
who buys clothing that is all mank::.J
about know that our suitings are in. a.
finest ever displayed in the city. v
respectfully invited to call and see th in
patterns and styles.
Call and leave your order.
J. B. ZTMMER;
Star Block, opposite Harper w
BUSH'S CORN CURE
A Positive Cure for Corns, Warts and Bii:
riUCE 25 CKXTS.
This r mcIy i sold nn.li-r a positive puarant; an.l wo u ; :
fully refund the money if you are not salis-lU-.l withll . n
I)iffrent from any other, it will allav the i.ain in-lead ..f v
the foot sore. It has been tried l.v many, who praNe it 1, i ,
can furnish testimonials if desired. Try it. and suffer i" :
Manufactured by HORST VOX KOLCKRIT
Analytic and Manufacturing rharmacist. Fifth Avenune Vhv.i:
corner lifth avenue and Twenty-third t-trect. Kock IlanJ.
For sale at all shoe stores.
Duck Suit Sale.
Having bought a large line of Duck Suit r-anii.:,
all the leading styles and colors, we shall place tin
the market at 25 per cent reduction from regular
Here are some great 1-argains:
Regular Tuxedo duek suits only 1.49, also vie ha
regular tl.00 suit which will be sold at this sale at f
These are all new and stylish goods.
Every hat in our house will he sold at cost price,
such reductions were ever made in the history of th-
l; i -
ii aery iraue. come and see lor yourself.
Elegant line of waists and wrappers.
I U W. Scscsl Street. CU'Et-:?:?,!, 13i.
ay y sji y y sy