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THE ARGL78. TUESDAY, APKIL 30, 1815.
State Savings Bank,
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Fifteenth St. mnd Third Ave.
ttaecede the' XoUne Saving Bank
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A word to those going
to inula this coming
ceason! If you are go
ing to build a nice res
idence get lignres from
the Colons Stone Co. of
Colona, 111., on a cut
stone building of white
rwi ior venpaieu sanusione
I If van build of brick let
them give you figures
on the trimmings. If
you build a frame or
wood building let them
give you figures on the range work.
It will Im trove the looks ard value of your
noue s per cent, bome or me incest Duiiaings
in the state are butlt of Coioas stone. By all
means have vour architect speci y Colona stone
to t ned
ID yunr iu'i.ir)(. nuupinvi nunc
and Dbotoeranhs bniidiiik cn
be teen at
Suom It, Mttctaall A Lyuiie building.
to (9f sttrttMrtaf
incnts In part pnjvcct forahiidi KTaUla Acne
blcjclo, rtich p sond t'-wzj oasppnmal7 lie
If boyscrrf-Ts mTtboriiraBtbe well
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SoM by Barta A CTlimiyai and T. M.
THE SWEET, SAD LOVE STORY OF
THE GP.EAT PREACHER.
thm Stntnta Betwera Bis AOcctioa For
Sophia Caaatoa and Tbat Be Believed
a Ba Bia BeUsiens r-y rarilsana ol
Kadt Sid. Took Active) Farta.
- It was at the house of Governor Og!o
thorpe la the early days of Georgia,
lays a writer in the Boston Herald.
In the evening Sophia Conston was
there, and the general had her sing for
them soma old love songs of England
and Scotland, and snatches from the
operas of Loudon. She danced, too, and
recited, and completely overwhelmed
tha pious yontb with her beauty and
That night, ender the palmetto trees
near the governor's house, with the dark
eyed, handsome girl beside him, and
with her entrancing voice in his ears,
with the Cypress wine and Grimaldi's
decoctioa hot in his blood, John Wesley
became aware that he loved her.
The- revelation was a shock to him,
for he had been preaching celibacy since
he was a small boy. He had felt him
self wedded to tho church, to his great
faith and mission in Ufa The strife of
spirit threw him into a fever.
Miss Canston did tho only thins that
a young lady in her stato of mind could
da She nursed him, and he allowed
her ta This circumstance was sufficient
proof to their friends that marriage was
certain. If more proof was needed, he
raved cf her in his delirium. Miss Can
ston brought her aunt to hear him, and
between them they fancied him quite
decided to marry Sophia. He asked her
many times if she wonld cr could marry
him, "and if he should indeed marry
her." He went throngb with the mar
riage ceremony of the Church of Eng
land, for the benefit of imaginary con-
pies who Ftood at his bedside.
After his recovery Wesley 8 friends
came to congratnlato him on his engage
ment. But ever sinco his miraculous
rescue from liro in his childhood he had
been convinoi.il that he had been singled
out by his Maker for some spttcial pur
pose, and now he was prostrating him
self before an earthly idol and forget
ting bis mission.
Alarmed for his soul, he rushed to
tho bishop and the Moravian mission
aries fur advice. They bad tho same
hard,unrelentiug convictions which tor
mented Wesley, and thoy advised him
to give up his idol and turn to his God.
Wesley knew not what to da He wan
dered in tho forests praying aloud fcr
light as to his walk before God. Ho
knelt under the blooming grape vines,
and shielded by the long, gray moss
from any living eye sought wisdom
That night ho asiod advico a second
timo of tho cider.
"We have considered your case, " said
the bishop. "Will yon abide by our de
cision?" "I will abido by your decision. "
Then tho bishop said, "We advise
you to proceed no further in this mat
ter." "So be it!" said Wesloy, and that
was the end.
Poor Sophia was heartbroken. Her
relatives were incensed and compelled
her to marry a Mr. Williamson, though
she begged Wesley to interccdo in her
behalf. Even after she was married she
wrote to Wesley and cast pitiful glances
at him nntil in his desperation one day
he forbado her to attend holy commun
ion. He explained this afternoon on
technical grounds, bet tho tide had
turned and the peoplo of Georgia wero
against him. A charge of slander was
instituted, but tho assailants, knowing
that they had small chance of success,
delayed the trial from week to week
until life in Georgia became unbearable.
He made arrangements to loave the col
ony. But even in this the Canstons
thwarted him. He was forbidden to
leave the province.
Ho never went out that Sophia did
not pass and repass him several times,
and oftan she was known to look in
upon him when he was at prayer in his
During all these trials he continued
to conduct bis parish as usual, although
he was a sort of prisoner at large. At 6
o'clock one evening the little flock
gathered in tho church for prayers.
Wesley led as usual. Delamotte was
there with the friends who still re
mained loyaL After the service Wes
ley was seen to return to bis home. But
the faithful Delamotte had planned an
escape from this slow torture. Three
faithful friends led the young clerical
through the darkness to the pier. There
an Indian 6kiff bore him down the river.
A sailing vessel was in waiting, and
soon John Wesley was leaving the laud
of bia love forever.
Shakespeare, who was bora in April,
15G4, was In his nineteenth year when
he married, writes Dr. William J. Rulfo
in The Ladies' Home Journal. Of
Anne's birth or baptism we have no
record, but the inscription on her grave
informs ns that she was 67 years old
when she died, Aug. 0, 1623. She must
therefore have been at least 26 at the
time of her marriage. Some biographers
have taken the ground that the "smart"
young woman of 26 entrapped tho boy
of IS into this match, which, from a
worldly point of view, was so impru
dent, but I fancy that the boy himself
would have disdained to urge any such
excuse for his conduct
Tracks of Extinct Birds. -Several
tracks of an extinct species of
gigantic bird have at different times
been found in the Ftoue quarry at Hol
yoke, Mass. The last set discovered
shows that the bird had a foot 1 1 inches
long, armed with three nails or claws to
each foot The tracks average 4 feet 10
inches apart, and 1 1 of them have baen
revealed to view. They arc perfect, even
the toe nails being plainly distinct'
St Louis Republic.
The Theory ml rrofesaer Wellner! Ball
Wneel Fljriaa; UaebJoe. .
The essence of Professor Wellner'e in
novation is his invention of the sail
wheel. It consists of a horizontally
placed axis with spokes and arched
aeroplanes attached to them in a cylin
drical form. Whild revolving round tha
axis the latter take a slightly slanting
position, which causes the forward edges
of tbesa surfaces to ba inclined, and con
sequently to compress tho air in the way
of a sail or a kite, calling into play the
vertical forco. Three ribs rennieg across
each ii fling surface and made ia the
form cf a screw at the sama timo serve
to strengthen the aeroplanes and to add
to the horizontal force.
These sail wheels set ia pairs can be
placed, according to the size of airship
aimed at, in one or more groups of two
wheels, revolving in opposite directions,
behind or beside each other. Ths cigar
shaped car, famished with a motor and
carrying the aeronauts, is attached hori
zontally uuder the center of the wheels,
sa that the whole construction will re
semble a colossal bird, propelled. In
stead of by wings, by revolving wheels,
the lifting surfaces of which are con
secutively and constantly developing
vertical and horizontal power. The
bird's movements in Eying and tha
speedy headway motion necessary to the
kite flying machines for their support
ia the air are in Professor Weihier's in
vention changed to a rotary motion.
This construction, while permitting of
on easy. Flow ascent, assures the hori
zontal position and constant stability of
the airship, at the same time permitting
of a high velocity.
Tha more tho latter is increased the
stronger is tho lifting power developed.
The direction is given by a rudder at the
end of the ship or by increasing the
velocity of the sail wheels on one side
only. It is the peculiar quality of these
wheels that they do not, as might be
supposed, disperse the air around them.
They rather attract it toward their rap
idly moving surface, condensing it to
a powerful stream, which passes down
obliquely through their cylinders. Their
velocity can bo made to surpass by far
that of railway trains, thus enabling
them to conquer contrary winds and air
currents. Miss Helena Bonf ort ia Pop
ular Scienco Monthly.
Electricity Generated In Bia Month.
A curious esse has been recorded in
which an electric current was found to
be generated by a plate of artificial
teeth. A patient consulted his doctor
on account of a severo pain in his
tongue. But the sufferer was assured
that there was nothing the matter. He
then paid a visit to his dentist, who in
formed him that his teeth were perfect
ly sound. Being, however, dissatisfied,
ho called upon an electrician be knew
and asked him if it were possible he
could have any electricity in his month.
On examining tho teeth his friend found
that two metals were used to fix them
to a composition pinto. To these metal
wires were then attached and connected
to a galvanometer. Then the teeth were
replaced in the patient's mouth and the
metals moistoned with salivx No soon
er was this done than the galvanometer
showed quite a large current from so
small a source enough, it is stated, to
cause ulceration and severe pain when
long continued upon so sensitive an or'
gan as the tongue. The plate was cov
ercd with an insulating varnish, and
thenceforward all the trouble ceased.
Industries and Iron.
Raw Remedy For laaomnla.
An expert in nervous disorders in
Paris recommended to an American pen-
tlaman a cure for insomnia which was
tried with such success that tho patient
has prescribed it to many of his friends.
It is simply to keep your eyes open when
yon want to go to sleep and cannot A
person whose brain is too active will
sometimes close the eyes and vainly
endeavor to sleep. Tho very closing
of the eyes seems to concentrate the
mcnal faculties on business affairs and
other distractions. Tha theory of the
French physician is that if the victim of
insomnia will fix his eyes upon some
gleam of light, some shadow, or even
on the darkness itself, he can relieve his
mind from thoughts that perplex it and
divert attention from himself. Try the
experiment when yon are sleepless and
see how unconsciously your eyes will
closo and your thoughts begin to take
possession of you. Struggle to keep
them open and fixed upon an object.
either real or imaginary, and before yon
are aware of it the struggle will have
ended and sleep will be victorious.
Tha Effects of a Sermon.
Once, when Cardinal Manning was
preaching in Rome, he recognized John
Bright among bis listeners. On the in
stant he determined to preach to him
and dwelt with as much force and effect
as he could on the claims of the Blessed
Virgin to our veneration.
Two or three years later be met him
and reminded him of this incident "I
remember it perfectly, " said John,
-and I shall never forget it I was da
lighted with everything that morning"
a gratified smile came on the cardi
nal's face '"excepting your sermon. "
"Memoirs of an Author." Fitzgerald.
Uakine: Tea la JAnem.
In making tea in Japan the hostess
pours the powdered tea from the caddy
and the water from the kettlo simulta
neously into a bamboo dipper, as a
t rencn waiter poors not miiic ana conee.
and stirs it carefully with a "chosen"
bamboo, one end of which is split into
small slivers. Philadelphia Ledger.
Zcnobia. the queen of Palmvra. rnotn
seven languages. After being eaptnred
by tne Komaus sue learned Latin and
Greek abso. married a Roman iwnitnr
and lived tha rest of her life as a Roman
It is estimated by engineers that tha
leakage from the cas pipes of London
equals 9 per cent of the total manufac
The) BoUlaa; Fiiuiaai Has Ctnmnged the Ea
tiro Maaats of Operatic.
In the roller process the whole prin
ciple of the manufacture of Sour was
changed. Instead of getting all the flour
possible oat ot the wheat in one or two
reductions on millstones, the idea was
to make as little flour as possible on the
first production and leave a large per
centage of middlings afterward to be re
duced to what is known as patent flour.
Nowadays the number of reductions va
ries from four to eight or more. Millers
are now able to grind with a length of
rolls equal to 140 inches per unit of 100
barrels of flour in 24 hours and do good
Recently the "plansiftcr" fcas 6tcp
ptd into notice and is used with a very
great capacity both as a scalper and as
a flour bolt The purifier is greatly im
proved, varying in 6ize from eight feet
in length by three in width to three feet
square, with the attendant dast catcher.
Many mills creditable to the ingenuity
of the builders have been devised to per
form a number of operations in very
small space, comprising rolls and sepa
rators, and also several pairs of rolls in
one frame. In the wheat cleaning room
the tendency has been to use more ma
chines than formerly and to clean th
wheat better. The flour as it comes
from the reels is now packed with great
rapidity and exactness, and the bran in
some of the larger mills is compressed
into half the former space by a machine
that will pack 40 tons a day.
In short, the whole improvement has
been on the line of smaller machinos
With greater capacity, taking loss room,
using a shorter road from tbewheat bin
to tho flour sack, and with a reduction
in the amonut of power required to make
a barrel of flour. A mill builder
states that in a well planned 100 barrel
mill a barrel of flour per 3S-100 of a
horsepower is fair work, while in a
1,000 barrel mill it is at about the rato
of 25 horsepower per unit of 100 barrels
daily capacity. Chicago Record.
NECKTIES ALWAYS NEW.
Mr. l"eatliers I.earrs the Secret of Mr.
Clnks Attractive Assortment.
"I am somewhat carious by nature,"
said Mr. Feathers recently, "and sctne
timo ago I was strnck by the romarknlilo
number of now neckties worn by yonng
Mr. Ginks, who sits opposite mo at our
boarding house tabic. I proceeded to
study them, and after a week or two I
discovered that they wero not only al
ways smooth and fresh, but that their
appearance was regulated according to
their hues. For two days ho would wear
a black and gray tie, for instance. Then
a black flowered red ground affair would
creep out from his bosom, and then two
or three more combinations would be
worn. At last I conld restrain myself
no longer, and I asked Ginks to explain
to me his necktio system. He looked
mysterious and beckoned mo to a se
" 'Mr. Feathers, he said earnestly,
'I feel that I can confide in yon thor
oughly. The scarfs yon have so kindly
admired are five in number and are all
I hare. I wear ono until it gets soiled.
and then I drop it in gasoline outsido of
my window. After the liquid has evap
orated I tuko the scarf in, and every sign
of dirt has disappeared. By doing this
in rotation with the five ties I keep op
an appearance that wonld cost more
than I could afford if I depended upon
"I thanked the young man for his
very interesting information, " said Mr.
Feathers in conclusion, "and I do not
doubt that many others like him know
tho valuo of gasolino as a cleansing nr
tide and put it to good nsa I hops
they all nso it in the open air, however,
as it is a very volatile and inflammable
liquid and is liable to explodo if exposed
in a room where there is a gas light or
a lira" Washington Star.
When a Third street man came into
the house the other evening, they were
manipulating something in the kitchen
that filled the halls with an odor which
could scarcely be called sweet
"Whew!" he exclaimed-to his wife.
"What the mischief is that that smells
"Why, "responded the wife, who had
got used to it, "it's nothing but your
"Well, I guess not, " he said indig
nantly. "If I had an imagination that
smelled like that I'd take it out and
have it disinfected at once." Detroit
The Kegro'a Koao.
Some years ago Frederick Douglass
addressed a convention of negroes in
Louisville. He said in the course of his
remarks that ho did not think an amal
gamation cf the white and black races
desirable, the pure negro being, in his
opinion, the best of the race. While
speaking bis eyeglasses continued to
slide from their perch. "But I wish,'
interpolated the speaker, "I wish we
could get up some sort of an alloy for
the negro which would insure a nose
capable of holding spectacles." Buf
Ka DrawioKs" la Bis Ear.
Have you any special name to describe
the wrinkles, or convolutions, or plait
ing, or whatever is the proper name for
the inequalites in the inner surface of
the outer ear? A woman artist diseas
ing a man, disclosed the artist's came
for them. She end the man conia no;
be trusted "because be has no drawing
in his ear." She meant that tha inner
surface of the "shell" of thd ear was
smooth New York Sun.
Cbollie Baw Jove, do yon knew. I
think I'll be cwemated when I'm dead.
Miss Figg Why. Mr. Lytewayte?
Cbollie Just fawncy. now, a fellaw
being in the grave for a year or so and
then dug up again faw some purpose or
another. Don t yon see, his clothes
would be all out of fashion by that
time. Indianapolis Journal.
. for Infants
HTRTT wastry obasjiaatScas
xnillioBn of pareoTta, yenait ns to apetOl of It w-lthont gnceing.
It la amqaieatioBa'MT tha best reaaady for Infanta and Children
the world haa ever fcnowm. It is hcTTnleaa. ChiTdraxt like It It
arrrea them heeltli. It win aavo their Uvea. In It Mothers hare,
sanetklata; which la fthaolatclr aafa and practically prrfoct au a,
Caatorla destroyo Warms.
Caatoria allays Feverlaanaea.
jCaatorla yraweata vomiting Serar Cnrd.
. Caatoria, enrea IMarrhcaa, and Wind Collo.
Caatorla rellerea Tcf thing Trori'blea.
Caatoria cargo Constipation and Flat-pJe-ncT.
Caatoria nentmUnca the effecta of earlwale acid gaa or polsonona air,
Caatoria doea apt contain morphine, oplom. ar other narcotic property.
Caatoria aaaimllatee the food, regelates tho atomach and bowels.
artying, healthy aad natural aleep.
Caatoria la pat wp in ono-sirs hottlea only. It ta cot aold In tnlfc.
Pont aHcw any one to aell yon anything elao on the plea or promises
that it ia jnat aa r"od and " will answer every pnrpose."
Bee that yon get C-A-S-T-O-K-I-A.
The fac -simile
Children Cry for
On Tap everywhere
Only Union labor employed.
The Rock Island Brewing Company, success
ors to George Wagner's Atlantic Brewery, I.
Huber's City Brewery and Raible 6k Stengel's
Rock Island Brewery, as well as Julius Junge's
Bottling Works, has one of the most complete
Brewing establishments including Bottling de
partment in the country. The product is the
very best Beer is bottied at the brewery and
delivered to any part of the tri-cities, and may
be ordered direct from the head offices on Mo
line avenue by Telephone.
CHICAGO MEDICAL INSTITUTE,
Permanently located in Davenport,
Iowa, for the cure of chronic,
nervous, surgical, private
and female diseases.
ri:icT ass mrurxCT ecu.
CATARRH. Bronchitis, Asthma.
earlj ennsnmp'irm, Rhennattsni, ' Kevrakrla,
Uy-oep-ta. ecr-.fnla, Sjpfatlie aad aU blood, llvet
and kidney diseases.
NERVOUS DEBILITY Lost man-
bood, exhaustive drain", alsbt loaaes. oefevttve
memory, threat Bed insanity, fear cf ieiueadlna;
dasarer. loss cf will power, aualal dslaewes,
RUPTURE. Piles. Fistola, Hydro,
eele ani Varicocele eared bytihe latest aod mo t
Bis lon exneri nce a "Hd;csJ Profcor in
two of C'liteaco. leadia av-d ral coHere dlepfa
sariev. tngeiaer with his oiber dveteK'ea la a
ptli aid private practice, affwdtd bv a arret
city liae Caicaso, vaabie kisa to dUrvee aad
euro the most ou-cure and wriisteat pnva'.e and
cr runic disease of evrry nature
Sm of refer-nees and credentials. Onrre
pvDderiC4 aeeomiaufed bv 4 cent. n S'ssaps
prosap y sstrc i, Hundreds enrrd by mai.
f.'L'KE GI AEAXfcEED I!f ALL CASKS.
Call cr address. Ch'eseo Medieal Insulate.
past, Iowa. All fcnili ass strictly rwnarletillsl.
of Cartortn wltn the) vtatrvBacc of
is on every
Call for Rock Island
Brewing Co. Beer
Late of Chicago, formerly surgeon-in-cbief
of St. Anthony's hospi
tal, has permanently located
in Davenport, Iowa.
SPECIALIST, in all chronic, n;rv-
oas, private and enrrieai diseases of both aexea.
YOUNG, middle aged, and old
w.en : enner'oe frora the awf ol e Jecta of neglect
ed or Laprofrly treated ra-
NERVOUS DEBILITY, lost m-
hood, n'lM loss-, weak hrk, flllnr arHrmorT.
thrtrl4nM) ttmity 4yll u rhn runt flrttt
tz of CoiTr-oiaiLsl'tM. hisvocer mx 4 fc.dre-T dl.
eac. rotture. rtror. plet. ftrtctant moA
f.rf-t. irrinp)y ft&d enaai.eiilJjr cured.
WOMKN. goffering from Icucorr-
111, fulltrg of t he womb, patrifcl tii-ntniaticm,
t act acn oara-i. tumors of the orttrirm or
otnh, or oy tit ae iiera'lnr to htr mi, ciuvtd
by the 1st t improTed aiettod.
Kvb'ii atiirl V bVc1 and kia dl enra4
by Or H-Sra (cf WimI fnttbod. Krembr
)r. Wavia ffiTe. tare Eafipraaj Hospital trtrtmeat
nd bi ls'e b(pitai ez4r.t-tce rntebtea faua to
core where oihera fail. Pa .tenia Mceattrally
treat! by ail,
CONSULT ATIOX FREE.
124 ft EST THIRD STREET.