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THE ARGUS, SATUKDAY. NOVEMBER 28, 1833.
I JSgetable?rcparaticnfor As similating tteToodandRegula ijrjg the Stomachs and Bowels of PromotesDigeslion,Cheerful itess andHestContains neither Opiurn.Morphinc norMineraL Not Nabcotic. xiapetfOHnrSWCZLnnBai MxSrma . Jimrmtnt . fbmfud Sugar Aperfccf Remedy for Constipa tion, Sour Stomach.Diarrhoea, Worms .Convulsions.Feverish oess and LOSS OF SLEEP. facsimile Signature of V NEW YOHK. SEE SPANISH TYRANNY As It Is Explained by Captain Gen eral Weyler. EE DECLARES IT DOES HOT EXIST. exact COPY OF WRAPPEB. THAT THE FAC-SIMILE ' SIGNATURE OF IS ON THE WRAPPER OF EVERT BOTTLE OF Ml! CastoHa ii pet tp in eie-siis lottles only. II U net sell la buli. Don't allow anrons to sail ;j yon aaytiiag el on tho plea or promise that lk jnj is "j art "a J good" and "will answer every per- poso. aa-ccainat jongst iA-ovi-o-n-i-a. 0 - - - " " Health Is the Sunshine of Home. Have you sot it? If not, consult Drs. Walsh & Walsh, Specialists O! the Chicago Medical Institute Permanently located la Davenport, Iowa J! DB. T. M. WALSH, Formally oi aleal Pro rest or is two of OMeafal Uadlai awdlcal ocUag aa, DB. J. K. WALSH, lAta af rlM.A ftn ..it. lim mi Jrfa.- f - X AAUMny-s HoapUaL CONSULTATION FEE. NE11VOUS DEBILITY Exhaustive draiaa, sleeplessness, threatened la- CATAKRH Dyspepsia, Asthma, heumaUam, Sorofnia, Syphilis, Blood, Kidney, Liver and gfcta diaaaaaa eaa ba quickly aad paraeneuUy eared by w advaaead ry tem of medicine. VARICOCELE Is the most aotlve cause of nervous debility. Why treat onih. with other when w guarantee yon a pennaaeat can tn sere days fey war palnlaei WOMEN Suffering from diseases peculiar to their sex should consult us We have cared many caaes (rtven np as hopeless, and wa may be able to care yon. Surgical viniinivub i"-nuruii-u jwur Hume it ufipnea. aDaonunai ana Drain aargery a epecieity. OUB CREDENTIALS and Testimonials are the Best The numerous ao knowldgemenu we hsyt reoelTed from the newspapers for oar remarkable care In both "'ww uiu vuntioBi am is proot conciasiTe tnei our aavaacea met hone cae wnare all othere fall. Therefore, do Dot wane timo with otters, hot eonmit na at on an raomir your lost health. There Is a iace in ersry disease that yon eaa be cared. Bare yoa passed )E H ioruavni puj iunnrt iTui cmsnit na as once, nruteratore, wi vffdr 11,000 to anyone proTina oar credentials falsa. We make it as oUeet (at ran to Invea a.v wiaut w wsuw wtyi ,ini isnhej wiam jvh am IBU (uuruPQKHBlBa . -ONLY CUBABLE CASES TAKEN- "rnuiaioi can, write. Hondreee enred by mall. Soars t tslS.ttaa.Ttoa. udaya- OFFICE m W. Third St., MoCullongh, Building, Davenport, Iowa FOR THE FALL SEASON Wall Paper Slow Flcturo rioixldlzifjss Just in, Adamo Wall Paper Co 3io. 312 and 314 Twentieth street SEIVERS & ANDERSON ONTRScf ahd BUILDERS. Ailkladiaf i warkdi Oflle aad ahoo 731 Taralftk atrasat KOfTK TST.wr J09 a. rauDO. aV r&BU0 PAnroorj & son Painters and Decorators eaa?. m ftxtotii ixiixxiassuni iliv f Caba Vary Hill aad Ub and Accardiaa; tm the Alleawd Bateker" Objaetioaa Keplled tm ra Detail, After Statement of the Keceat Operations la Fiaar del Bio, Whack Put riot Palaaa bay la a Collectloa of Falsehoods. Havana, Nov. 28. General Weyler was Interviewed Just previous to his second departure for Pinar del Rio to take personal charge of the campaign against Maceo, and asked by the Asso ciated It-ess for an authoritative state- ment of the operations In the moun tains of Pinar del Rio during the past few weeks. General Weyler was courteous to the reporter and gave an extended account of what the Spanish troops had done. His statement did not differ materially with the dis patches sent ont from the military of fices here, and in effect was that his troops had met no serious opposition; that they had driven Maceo's forces from some of their strongest positions with ease and with no considerable loss, and now occupied all the strategic points formerly held by Maceo. In short Maceo could do nothing now but separate his army into small bodies. and these were being run down by the troops. Talks About Civil Matters. Changing the subject from military to civil conditions the correspondent asked: . "The Cubans abroad complain strongly of Spanish tyranny, and at tribute the revolution to the subjection of the Cubans by despotic government under which they were not only de barred from liberty, but also from pub lic employment in their own country. Can you make a statement on this sub ject?" 'They must offer some excuse for ths treason and destruction to which they have dedicated themselves since taking up arms," replied the general. "After the termination of the last war. Cuba was conceded full liberty by the metro- polls and with a rapidity of which few examples are shown among other people. The government Inaugurated a regime granting ample Culan rep resentation. availing itself of the pro visional laws until the chambers rati' fled them, establishing the right of the Cuban people upon an equality with the European Spaniards In the colonies. Almost simultaneously the present Spanish constitution was promulgated. recognizing the equality of white and black. Cuban and Spaniard. In this region. The provincial and municipal laws are alike In the provinces of Spain. There is absolute freedom of the press. public meeting and association, and public judicial procedure. In short, the Cubans have all the liberties that are enjoyed by the Spaniards in their na tive country. The Qoeatloa of Office-Holding. As to the social question, the pa- tronato or pctronship of slaves was decreed, which widened the scope of the abolition measures and reduced the time appoited for the gradual and total abolition of slavery. All this is recog nixed by liberal Cubans and prominent men who since that date have been representing Cuba in parliament, and who have not left the Island, in spite of the present rebellion, and who remain on the government's side. Now you see what tyranny Spain has exercised in Cuba." "But." Insisted the correspondent. "the Cubans complain that they are deprived of holding public office." "This is another notoriously unjust assertion," said General Weyler. "The Cubans are left out, not through Spain's tyranny with emphasis, but because they do not seek to hold office. During slavery times all the wealthy people were not found among the bour- golsie. But even from the earliest times there is no denying the fact that Cubans have held the offices of comp trollers and sub-comptrollers of the revenue, like Pinillos and Ramirez, be sides similar Important posts since the treaty of San Juan was signed. It Is a fact that 80 per cent, of public em ployes are Cubans. Not only in Cuba but In Spain do Cubans hold public of fice. For example, Calixto Garcia, who was three times sentenced to death and pardoned, held the office of auditor of the Bank of Castillo. His son Is in the employ of the state In the Phllllpplne islands. Many leaders of the former rebellion have held and still hold Im portant posts In Cuba. No province in Spain has such a large proportion of state employes, and since the last war some of the most important places in the administration have been held by Cubans." Cabana la the Spanish Army. Here General Weyler gave a long list of offices held by Cubans and added: "I assure you that there are over a thou sand Cuban officers In the Spanish army, and that there are E00 fighting In Cuba for Spain, ranking from gen eral down to subalterns of all the reg ular forces. Tou will see that these charges that Cubans are not allowed to hold office carry their own denial, and the fact that since the treaty of San Juan there are no Cuban place-seekers may be because all the places are filed with the Cubans." JTSTinCATlOX FOB TBKACHKBT. What the Oesteral Calls the Ceamwlafasto ad the Cabas Babels. "But," said the correspondent, "the Cubans assert that even In the local popular posts they are barred out through the high degree of qualifica tion required." "This also Inexact." said the general. "Only the possession of $5 per annum of taxable property Is the requirement. Where the Cubans represent wealth they hare the provincial offices, aa in Puerto Principe. Santa, Clara, and many towns to the eastern department. Where, however, they are not wealthy, and could not count In with the ma jority, they were retained in the min ority. But even In this, most of the municipal positions were In the hands of the Cubans and the same was the case with the minor persons and the state office. "Now let trs see wnat tnese com plaints amount to. Nothing but a pre text to argue with some show of Justi fication for treachery to the afatioa. Thai plainest proof that those plaints are unjust la ia the fact that all the representatives of the Cuban polit ical parties have placed themselves on the side of the government, have formed a committee fur the national de fense, and that all are striving equally with same object Invlew, notwlthstand-J Ing the different tendencies of their po litical platforms conservative and lib eral alike. ' The committee Is actually composed of the roost prominent men of the three parties, and they represent the culture, wealth and production of the islands. "They not only protest against the In surgents, hut asainst the complaints they have formulated against the gov ernment whose tranny." better than any one. they know docs not exist and never existed." terday. where he was received by the authorities and large crowds of people. He immediately started for Artemisa, snd on arriving there visited the hos pitals and found them In an Improved sanitary state and the health of the troops generally better. From Artemisa the captain general went on the uelta Abajo by train, leaving the cavalry and Brigadier General Calixto Ruis to Join him later. General Kc-hague is recov ering from his wound In the thigh. It has been det-rmlned upon medical con sultation not to extract the lall. ' C. n. Pendleton, a correspondent of a New York paper, was arrested here while upon the point of emltarking fur Key West on the steamer Aransas. It Is Itelieved that his detention Is due to the fact that there was something wrong with his passports or other papers. PALMA SAYS THAT WEYLER blES. Spaniard Boated In Every Fight Hays tho Canon Jaata Prealitent. New Tork, Nov. 28. The Interview given by General Weyler to the corre spondent of the Associated Press In spires much comment at the headquar ters of the Culmn junta in this city. President Estrada Palma declared that the statements of Weyler were abso lutely devoid of truth, and that he had intentionally misrepresented the condi tion of affairs In Cuba. "I see," aaid President Palma. "that Weyler says that he is satisfied tth the result of his military ( iterations in the province of Pinar del Rio, and that he went over all the northern hills and orcupli-d the Insurgent positions without any serious resistance. That is alisoluiely false. Weyler ftad an army of 35.otto men. while the t'ulians numbered less than Jt.OoO. rf course it would have lit-en foolish for the latter to give open battle to the Spaniards. "But they did fight thorn from their positions on the hills, and In near ly every encounter the Spanish forces were routed. Sonic of the positions held by the Cubans were abandoned and the Spaniards now occupy them. They are positions, however, of no material importance to the Cubans. The latter have any number of secure places In the hills, and It is impossible for Weyler to dislodg? them. As a mat ter of fact Weyler returned to Havana a ba.lly worsted "ian. His men were harrassrd at every point. Maceo Is too good a general to put his S.OjO men against Xt.iMO of the enemy on the open field. Rut he has got the liesl of every skirmish. "Tou may also ssy for me that Wey ler lies when he says that all the strategic points In Pinar del Rio are In his hands. It Is not so. Weyler says that the Cubans have nothing to complain of In the matter of Spanish tyranny. Well, the people of the Unit ed States know better. A Cuban is not allowed to vote unless he pays a tax of $-'0 per annum, and all the office holders in Cuba are brought from Spain. The Spanish office-holders all vote and so do their clerks, whether they pay any taxes or not." Threat to Attack a Kpaaleh CosmoL Jacksonville, Fla., Nov. 28. A spe cial to The Citizen from Key West says that the Cubans oT that place are greatly stirred up over the arrest in Havana of C. E. Pendl-ton. It la claimed that any harm done him In Ha vana will be reciprocated by an attack on the Spanish consulate at Key West. Pendleton sent word by the steamer Aransas that he would telegraph con cerning certain matters, but nothing has been heard from him. The people will wait the arrival of the Olivetti be fore any action Is taken. irk Corkraa Talks far Cake. New York. Nov. 28. Cubam In this city held a meeting yesterday In mem ory of eight Havana medical students who were shot In 171 for rebellion. Bourke Cnckran made a speech at the meeting In which he advocated action on the part of the I'nlted States to help set Cuba free from Spain's con trol. He said that the T'nlted States ought to and must speak, and called on President Cleveland to do so. Cyeloeje wesM KlgM Boaae Mile. Waco. Tex., Nov. IS. The cyclone that raged In a section twenty miles went of here Thursday devastated a strip one mile wide and eight miles In length. A number of farm houses were demolished In the vicinity of Mart. McLennon county, and lnfotia tlon comes from Relsel. six miles from Mart, that the residence of Buck Doug lass was totally destroyed, his wife severely hurt and one of his children killed outright. Five persons Were more or less Injured as far as heard from. Ceat Pall It OaT at Brooklyn. New Turk. Nov. 88. Warren Lewis of the Greater New York Athletic club, vis ited the office of District Attorney Backoa In Brooklyn yesterday fur the purpose of ascertaining if his club would be given a permit for the proposed Cnrbrtt-Fltcslni- mons bout. Backus declined to deride the question at the time, but the answtr will undoubtedly be "no." Ham Fooled Iwm aa Cenaale. Panama. Nov. 28. The diet of the greater republic of Central America has canceled the exequators of all con suls abroad representing Salvador, Honduras and Nicaragua and appoint ed one In each 1 la. to represent tl.r three state. Minors Will (let aa I new awe. Pittsburg, Nov. SH. Th mlinwtd min ers of the l'lttahurg district will g-t the advance they ba. aakrd for witltoul troubln. The operators arnrrally have agreed to pay the Oix-rnt rate aft V Lira. 1. Preferred Idleness to 48 Cenaa, ClevtJand. Nov. 28. A spe lal from Malvern. U.. says: At rihemdsvlllc, thin county, the coal mines have l-cen chased. The miners to th numUr of 850 refused to accept the 4S-cent rate. BeoHh of kenatae Taarhna, Wn-dilrxfon. Nor, 94. A prominent rltlz-n of Terrs Haute, Ind.. wrl Ing to a friend In Wu.hlngton ronerrning Senator V oorhcer hritrh. under dat of tbeSAta int.. anra: "The senator baa Improved s'endily since his return home, and la now almot free f om pain. He l ab'e to wnlk nut trWa the weal her Is good, but ha issrl'l weak. He rxp-cts to leatr nest week fur Washington. rWy of the Bine nasi Urny. St. Louts. Nov. IK The Society of the nine and Urny, a fraternal minglingof rct- rrnns of the Vnlon and Confedorato forces opposed to each other in the civil war. eclebmted Trtankagtvlne; here by hot.ilng a meeting for permanent organization, electing nfllrcrs and arranging fur incor poration uuder the state laws. Tofcany C'rananiTe Hot Toenail. Paria, Nov. 2S. IJinpatches received here from Antananarivo, dated Nov IX say that the rebellion In the Mand of Madagascar In rampant, though the vicinity of the capital Is quieter. No colonists are arriving and trade Is paralysed. AN ELEGANT BUTTON FREE with each package cf SWEET CATOKAIL OGAKETTES - AN OPPORTUNITY TO MAKE A COLLECTION OF BUTTONS - V WITHOUT COST. . WOMEN WANT TO KXOW. TO WHOM CAN THEY TELL THEIR TROUBLES? I r A Woman Answers -To Me Ansansts lajsjolrrrs Intel icently Aaawered-Thoa-Sonde of Grateful Letter, Women rrrard It as a blcaaing that they can talk tr a. woman wrbo fully underhlauda their every ailment, and thus avoid tho examina tion a. caprri mcnt a and the ories of iocum- prUmt physi cians, w bone ncX deprive Uirna tit knowing by experK'noc Tite end W cxmfi-di-tic placed in Mrs. rinkhsm by Aiurrkiaa nvtnnen. nr unpta them to neck bcr adviue cout-'anllr. Female disease !d to Lydia E. Ilukharu's Vegetable C'tnn pound at once. Inflammation, ulcera tion, falling and diMplaertncut of th Womb, ovarian trouble, apinal weak ttcaa and kidney complaints, all have their symptom a. and should be nipped in the bud." IVaring-down pain, leuk- cue, headache. nrrroune, pains ia froina, lanaitude. whiten, irrrg-ularitiea. dread cf irnpendiag evil, blues, aloep leaMiOM, falntnena, etc Hero is trktimuny right to the point: The doctors told me that unless t went to the br.pital and had aa opera tion performed. I could not live. 1 had falling, enlargement and ulceration of Uiewumb. ! wan In constant misery all the) Urn-; my hack ached; ra always tired. It was impuMMhlo for mc to walk farortand km at a time I was atircly a wreck. I v decided t that I would give 4 wesur Com- V- ponnd and V' Sanative Wash a trioL I VAc three bottlea of Lydia C rinkham Vegetable Compound, and wed two package of Kaaative Waaa, and I am nv almost welL I am atmtcr and healthier than I have ever bera In my life. My friendaaad neigh bora and the doctors are Karprised at try rapid jrtprrremenC I have V Jd them all wljit I have hern fairing." Mut. A vxtciTa. liicauweit, liellaim, Belanont Co.. f X J u, .v Amusements. Harper's Theatre. Caaa. Burma, Mataaarr. VUC SOLID WIH COUMKHCIKO Monday Nov. 23. FLINTS THE FUN MAKERS Assisted by ADA ST. CLAXXZ The Oalj Hjpnotlo Soloist. Change Ever- KigSt. Priors Is. B sad 89. Harper's Theatre Caaa. Burra. One XlgU Only. Wednesday Evening, Dec. 2 AND THE CAT CAME BACK. arvu tar v - OTWJ BB lUsW sMnsnrnj mW tl Th. Brlekt Ccaa-dr, Charley's Aunt. TI!K TRAVELERS' OUmr. Ktoaoo, SJOOa ULmKH fACiSlO " ka'tose TVs on ran w nrud es nse, niru swiei epul rasrts-oToi , fmr cire aa M I a r Twonu-u I '!' daii eumer f n H. nenuni TKAJwa Dj.-, Mis'hH, a u. -4 a Ft Werta, Debtor A t. 01. B-CCeapaiie .. ttMscnsa ir irrj..n""J llmlil K'na.,.. ! pet ear l.ltev.ia A taaakaT.. es.raiu nimonnnl's. ... Deavwr. Ft. nona a X. e. tass ills ft u Jo.-, tea Um. MttuLsww rtosoavo A r'r Warn, Bca l..at,!Muti a.wna U llaa tUfnk vr. aa. a.er kleiw :e0aai S .'IS an rt:4f.a-i It a at;- : a ia 111 lk aa. C:Maai C Ml an ':)an, (tl ti an is ait Is IS sen a:, aia S 1 MO r"i pa. 1 4 as lli SIMB it 4:4-aia 1I:V aa mi s pa .: as t:pa lMa r.m aa f aa Al-rsnl , etsapsrtara. tlMe aaynarsSmsAa. at ahaetaai n V t.s void aaaey aii miliaaa srtlt ke ike 4rt rwir Id :. -Lx will leans tat Cidoa o at :! a. aa. nnaisy. B l)iiKT o k-t u 4. h. V aUi r lonot rra1 aaaeae s -saMitk Stffet. J Vraist aeaa TTtUkS 1-iK! 1 si-a - l. Mitajraei, i-w'Wvl i hu tr. e.a M aoiaii' V flCsa -Bal tttsrar. Hrtiaa, Ciiabxi t Onvue-i i. tut., i. t-cpni ff-e-a. is.r'-nru. st 1 I l'nmn . lrOt'an at. Ptiii a .imisik,!w . U t s K, M us i.u. a Dsbsiw e m ., ?4tia t L . karw. 1t, lieu.arl I A re Vwaal ris aslaskvi;! e ,a's ei 114 i 1 cZoapt auLa. QweTAto, scatcui ft. eart . fcPay-ia-i .atksin ttrt,w 'Va, Taeitttt m. Wwaia, gust ud air- saatiaaa L t i-m. Aaastv. TtfW4 a, sal li-.ns . t. r 4 l ISTMS frsV' ' set aenaaa,.1-x 1 tl. 'i ari W k I S-M I n po tl seua .-ia Dally canaan rAasaaj. aansaeal ef Jallas Cabs. Fnsewte4 ta i man list Is re Tea. iirt; nv a'(kw: Ct-acaga, law aigua. IHiH M AXYTH1XG nti m irXTIt 1 --ai b seal e)srrsM BooSay. new. aa. rncea- TSe, Me aad ate. Bonis Opera House, DAVENrORT- Smdiy and Monday Kights. sov. n so. I gaata. tsed atrseUe-reea1 ee a as anas at L aaari a I ilaa-i grant kaw tork Ceasae ooaos. "THE CEC.1.Y WOnLD" A wlrgnat 4 an estilasaaag a litUe ef ever k-at- (JO Fl&ST CLASS ABTISTS gQ Ineloeing Ike otVarsLd tBefnrra 'km . Blse Fl'LLK. ke c beowiodfrd sneraf nli aaofat e tor bHaea. See tka rsa twtlet kt4 ky BILLS CATtaJS tlMadi th tH-ier at aw l of k- cnort; MrMrfs aurgasa. aVsnals : tke bei ka ranen: ta Itauaa alei; a-iwor ka Wt : ta e pory nallet. Ptfts; rlaas feeer-s. nkv. a a-s- s raoaOoa. TrUay. KaHi B"d. Little T. an pat. k it. ac (ars-apt es tnesi e4 sasfkiaieai .fecas seer wUseaasd. P.ltse tunc ax ant be. oc IsLsao I'Boaia Kaii.war V Out, aKeCt. -twtrs ra t "Tim l ';ler -e -tt ;. la. e i t er tst. t.V aHl - k w an areaa . u . , .t: j I 'er ta-ai .1j'oi tin ' " K'a . 4n an. l.tr it 1IUI -a. sr a fi a-.. WU-. -i.i an , a j V I ia !) t an t aa sa e r t-nltie laae. f i . a t f iM ' taa 4 Svs W s,.,Bles aa-ar t'aa. Il.nl .".r """'-k t;, a. our teal. all, ..-( aoialey. Jiiugros. CaoAk Stride m . . " "-w. owr ram T nracs rrsi-kt Uum . t it'll faia-nswr.-. . . tmAi k-Vl Acara -aft an IbUl m a 'SJ -ail at miain I tsmr.t S ,s ( . fir. i.iii ,,; kwAsn at -Cava rt:" tin I :,JpSi Il11-'na a ktfati eseaia nucuia. etmiti. nr. rS'tw rv ss.4 r-aai. Mt U ttua ktmasS 0 dat Bst.'-ar and now L'berta. In 15 W PASSEiSRSESYICS To the Et rU i Kq R. i. 8c P. L iiaaernnn rerrr Mwt! oeisa Ur R't li. lot 1 ... Ckl r Data t ator salaa4.... Twawr),-- at Bsotl ar raoria . Ar Ulialt-ui.... Ar IndianaiolleM... Ar -. i,,,.,, Art ' 1 i i Ar "r n Ar (Vlujkaa. Ar iacaannrtlia.n ar armsa-naaV Ar M Umla.. Ar I .lwrit ,,, , Ar nai...,, Ar ttaluauu Ar Bransrille . At Ynrre fUul ...... Bn i nam I tSOaaa I late a Idem ttpni A Wk (tm1 in au ), s as tna JVl IV I Ittn IS At era U aT.tsn S IHfm f Haters' aa.1 i 11 raau I ln IHsa 9 Trf trtb I0W an It I an tMllan t nunni 1 1 pas S 1k pro SWine, ttan taopBl lot pa I4pa t w pa SMiaa T4a II.. MB IS aa tai'aa SO'ina s pia S st aa f Mpa tr. inn lit, pa Vaa THROUGH CAR SERVICE Udm aast of Peoria earrj throavk eoachea and aieepln; cara tm sight tralai to prloeipi cltlea. R. STOCKHOUSE, frra, Ticket AftL Colona Sand Stone Quarries tvnti building stone, Ashlar and trimmings a specialty. For eheapawmi. dnraWJUj and beaut waoelled by n n. TLIs atone does not wasb or color the wall with alkali, ate. riant sent aa for timatee mill rentive eare?ul attentioa and ba returned promptly at our ctpense. Quarrien if bUm frora Bock Island ob tbe C, B. a CJ. B. R. Tralat Nos. i a4 10 will atop aad lot visitors off aad ob. Crlatge stone, corn crib tleeks and foundation stone any size .sslrel Sam pies of 8 tone Bat Photos of Buildings eaa ba saea at Boom No. It. MitekaU 4 Lyadt's baild tBf. Addraaat Rock Island or Colons. III. DROP IN BILLY CATTON'S VhitoSeal saloon Sis Second Are&ne. e-l" TUkteanlsatrae. Tel