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THE ARGUS. FKJ DAT, FEBRUARY 7. 1896.
Representing among other time-tried
and well known Fire Insurance Com
panies the following:
Bockesfr German Is Co,
Westchester IT Ira "
Bn9a)o Afput M
Manchester N II
...... Milwaukee, Wis
New Haven. Oour
rm in Kirs
Mw Ham p. Mm M
Office Corner Eighteenth street,
end Second Avenue, second floor.
Telephone No. 1047.
Representing over Forty Million
Dollars ot Cash Assets.
FIRE. LIFE, TORNADO, ACC1
DKNT, MARINE, EMPLOY
Bonds of Suretyship.
Offltt BearsVn'S block. Bock bland, 1
B iters ear rau: they will Interest yon.
J. M. BUFORD
Ta o:4 XL'S sad T!"tt-Wt4 CttSfcis!
MH M K.W 4. er tellable eu&lUaCV CM elf
m F.-. r.jwais iltntd.
a. a. mniur.
. S. OOMIUT.
Connelly 6c Connelly,
Attorneys st Law.
0S leecd Hoot, over X tMl & Lynde'
Money to loea.
Jackson c Hurst,
Attorneys at Law.
OSsi Ib Rook It'.wid 5 allots! Back buHAUig.
a. A. twasasf.
0. L. WaXKaa.
Sweeney & Walker,
Attorneys and Councillors at Law
Offlee la Bengston's Block.
Charles J. Ha&rls,
Attorney at Law.
Left hvlT.eM of all kinds pmnptlf attended
, ty's AtU'i-isy of liora iaiaad county
SMS, f oehrfBea Blocs.
McEiilry & McKulry.
Attorneys at Law.
Loaa money oa rrc4 jcfirltyi uu caViee
Inna, E I two, mitohull II Linda, banaara.
fllaa. ljtoia-e Bfciua.
Drack & Kenuf.
Arehltveta and Superintendents-
Tlnrai 2t, Mitchell Lynda bonding. Second
QtK). P. Stauduhar.
Plan and tapertntendasca for alt diss of
hatldlax. XoKe U and eft, kUKbeU a Linda
baiMiaat' Ike alevatnr.
Dr. W. H Ludewlg,
Specialist ot Kye, Ear, Nose
OOlcs la Treaaan new bslidlct, comer Bevt
aa-aeotk street and Third aveana. Bock Islaad.
Dr. Cfca. H. Robertaon,
Eye, F.ar, Nose and Throat Only.
Offlca, Wart take Block, aoathweat coraat
Ttilrd aai Brady suaata. oavaapoit, Iowa
Ko ml II and U. Doani wUa.av.l to 4p.sk,
Dr John E Hawthorne,
S Dental Parlors, over Harts A UUetaeyer I
Drag ttora. Third a venae and TweoUeU street.
The lau.t appolctaenu for skilled deatal work.
Henry Oaetje.Prop ,
Cat Flowers and Designs ot all
CttyttetalMfttsoadaTsaaa. Talepkoaa l&lOi
How Dr. Miles' Nervine Restored
One of Kentucky's Business
Jvwt?Af Men to Health.
NO DISEASE baa ever presented so many
peculiarities S3 LaGrippe. No disease
leaves Its victims so debilitated, useless,
alocpless. nerveless, aa LaGrippe.
Mr. I. W. Hilton, state arentof the Mut
ual Life Insurance Co., of Kentucky, says:
"In 1-9 and 'SO I had two severe attacks
of LaGrippe, the last one attacking my ner
vous system with surh severity that my lifr
,was dii;;aircci of. I had not slept for more
than two months except by tbc use of nar
cotics that stupefied cic, but cave me no
rest. I bus only conscious of Intense mental
Weaklier, nitonizln:; bodily pain and the
fa't that I wan hourly growing weaker.
hen in t liiscomlilion, 1 commenced using
lr Wiles' Kfstorativo Nervine. In tr.od:iys
I licpau to improve and in one month's time
I van rim (I. much to the surprise of ail who
knew of my condition. I have been in ex
rilVnt health since and have recommended
your remedies l many of my friends."
Louisville. Jail 23, MO. ). W. U'LTON.
Dr. Miles' Amine Restores Health.
tioardlan'a rale of Real Eatate.
STATS OF ILLINOIS, I
Kocn Ihlakm 0"l!NTT.
By virtue n( an onler and decree of the county
court or noca iiana cr uniy, 10 ine state or tin
nois. made o tho petition of the und-rstirned.
John Ohlwcller, ifuardisn of Wioiam Haupt and
ana nanpi, minors, lor leave to sen me tn'crest
of lil minor in rc-il estate, at the Januarv
term, A. 11., 18. of (aid court, to wit: on the
Tin di.y of Jsnuarr. A. D , 1MU4 I shall on Sat
untny. the Sih of Fehraary, A. U., 1896. at the
boor of 9 o'clock in the afternoon of said dy,
sell at public vet. dne at the sonth door of the
rn'irt h ue in the ral 1 city of hock Inland, in
Btiit county of Kck Is'aml am state of Illinois,
to the hl!hpst and best binder, the interest of
rnia minors in me real estate described as rol
Lot number one (1). also the west fifteen feet
cf lot tumUr two -!). alo the west firtv five
feet s) oflotnnmncr twelve (13), all in block
nnnilwr one (1) In the oriipnal town of Coal Val
lev ami rnunty of Rock Island, and state of
Illinois, bcim; the two-thirds interest of said
minors in S'lii real e-iate
Terms of salt-: One-half (hi) of the imrchaso
trice at the time of snrh sale, and the remainder
in one ill year from the date of said fate, with
interest nn said balance at six per cent (6 per
rent) per annum, s cured hy mortgage upon the
Irtrn si or punt minors in ins a;a teal estate so
Mild; or the ei tirn sum ol the porcht.se mone
mat lie )iatd in cash if tlio parcuaser or pur-
enwera o aii-c-
Dated this Uth day of Jnnnary, A. D., 1SO0.
Guanllan of William Ilaupt and ila llaupt, as
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trip to this amiable climate will bear
in mind the
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M M. BRIGGS,
Real Estate. Insurance, Loans
AND HOUSES TO RENT.
Office UC8 Second Ave., Sock Island
Dave on bxad 40 lots ta Sooth Rook Iaiaad on
easy uras: last outside the dry Umita: rood
water; low toxee, and ckaap inroraaee. Tea lota
aa Thirtf-eithth street sad PMteaatk aveaaa.
a aamiwrof aiecee o! iwoperty la the city for
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v .-tf&.raveaA. 1":" 91
BATTLE OF RIYOLL
NAVO.EON SAID THAT HIS LIFE REAL
LY BEGAN THERE.
The Short Campaign Wat the Taradsc
Foiat of the War and Shaped the His
tory of Europe For Twenty Tears The
Aostrians Five aiinntea late.
Professor Sloano's "Life of Napoleon"
i Tho Century describes the masterly
Italian campaign, in which Napoleon's
military genius first won worldwide
recognition. Professor Sloane thus de
scribes the battle of Rivoli :
At early dawn began the conflict
which was to settle the fate of Mantux
The first fierce contest was between the
Austrian left and the French right at
St. Mark, but it quickly 6pread along
the whole line as far as Caprino. For
some time the Anstrians had the advan
tage, and the result was in suspense,
since the French left, at Caprino, yield-
-ed for an instant before the onslaught of
the main Austrian army made in ac
cordance with Alvinczy's first clan.
and, as he supposed, upon an inferior
force by one vastly superior in numbers.
Berthier, who by his calm courage was
fast rising high in his commander's
favor, came to the rescue, and Massena,
following with a judgment which has
inseparably linked his name with that
famous spot, finally restored order to
the French ranks. Every successive
charge of the Ansrrians was repulsed
with a violence which threw their right
and center back toward Monte Baldo in
ever growing confusion.
The battle waged for nearly three
hours before Alvinczy understood that
it was not Joubert s division, but Bona
parte's army, which was above him. In
his zeal he then pressed forward on the
plateau beneath the height to bring
more of his troops into action, and Jou
bert somewhat rashly advanced to check
tho movement, leaving the road to St
Mark unprotected. The Austrians,
prompt to take advantage of his blunder,
charged up tho hill, and seized the com
manding position, but simultaneously
there rushed from the opposite side three
French battalions, clambering np to re
trieve the mistake. Their physical
strength and nervous activity brought
them first to tho top, and again the
storming columns were thrown back in
At that instant appeared in Bona
parte's rear an Austrian corps estimated
by him as 4,000 strong, which, having
como down tho valley on the left bank,
had now crossed the river to take the
French right at Rivoli in its rear. Had
they arrived but a minute sooner the
hill of Rivoli would have been lost to
tho French. As it was, instead of mak
ing an attack, they had to await one.
Bonaparte directed a galling artillery
fire againt them, and thus gained time
both to reform his ranks and hold the
newcomers in chock until his own re
serve, coming in from tee next hamlet
westward, cut them entirely off from
the retreating columns of Alvinczy, and
compelled them to lay down their arms.
Thus ended the worst defeat and most
complete rout which the Austrian arms
had so far sustained. Such was tho ut
ter demoralization of the flying and dis
integrated columns that a young French
officer named Rene, who was in com
mand of 50 men at a hamlet on Lake
Garda.successfully imitated Bonaparte's
rase at Lonato, and displayed such an
imposing confidence to a flying troop of
1,500 Austrians that they surrendered
to what they believed to be a force su
perior to their own. Next morning at
dawn Murat, who had marched all night
to gain the point, appeared on the slopes
of Monte Baldo above tho pass of Coro
na, and united with Massena and Jou
bert to drive tho Austrians from their
last foothold. The pursuit was contin
ued as far as Trent. Thirteen thousand
prisoners were captured in those two
This short campaign of Rivoli was
the turning point of the war, and may
be said to have shaped the history ef
Europe for 20 years. Chroniclers dwell
upon those few moments at the hill
above tho plateau of Rivoli, and wonder
what the result would have been if the
last Austrian corps had arrived five
minutes sooner. But an accurate and
dispassionate criticism must decide that
every step in Bonaparte's success was
vron by careful forethought and the
most effective disposition of the forces
at his command. So sure was he of suc
cess that even in the crises when Mas
scna seemed to save the day on the left
and when tho Austrians seemed destined
to wrest victory from defeat at the last
moment on the right, he was self reliant
and cheerful. The new system of field
operations had a triumphant vindication
at the hands of its author.
Tho conquering general meted out un
stinted praise to his invincible squad
rons and their leaders, but said nothing
of himself, leaving the world to judge
whether this was man or demon who,
still a youth, and within a public career
of but one season, had humiliated the
proudest empire on the continent, had
subdued Italy and on her soil had creat
ed states unknown before without the
consent of any great power, not except
ing his own. It is not wonderful that
this personage should sometimes have
said of himself, "Say that my lifeTbe-
gan at Rivoli," as at other times he
dated his military career from Toulon.
"Yes," said the practical politician,
"it is true that I have made 9300.000
in the last ten years, but I worked for
"Of course you did," replied the epi-
grammaticaL if ungrammaticaL lawyer,
"but the question the people are asking
eacn other now is, 'Who did you work?' "
aomemlle (Mass. ) Journal.
Alum as a medicine has been in com
mon use for nearly 800 Tears. It is
found in many anarters of the world.
and several varieties are known to com
Portugal is a corruption of Parte CaJe.
the Roman name of the town of Oporto.
BIROS LIK2 TO TRAVEL.
The Reason They Aenomlly lVeavw aT
era Climes and Fly sank. .
Why do the birds flit southward each
autumn and return again with every
spring? No one knows, but science, in
the person of Professor Wang, the emi
nent Austrian ornithologist, has just dis
closed that the usual flippant answer to
this question, "Because they like to
travel," is not far out of the way, after
In a lecture that Professor Wang re
cently delivered at Vienna he gave some
extremely interesting details regarding
the migrations of birds, all of which
migrations resemble one another in two
respects: They follow the most direct
line southward, and are made with al
most incredible rapidity. Numerous ob
servations have been made at Helgo
land, which is the principal halting
place of birds of passage from northern
countries, and of Egypt, which is the
winter home of many, and these obser
vations have established some facts hith
erto unknown. The bluebirds traverse
the 400 nautical miles which separate
Egypt from Helgoland in a single night,
which is at the rate of more than 40
geographical miles per hour. The swal
low's speed is over 2 miles per min
ute, or nearly three times that of the
fastest railway train. Even the younger
birds, 6 or 8 weeks old, accompany the
others in their journey. '
Professor Wang asks himself what is
the impulse which causes the birds, aft
er the brooding and- molting season is
over, to quit our nothern climate. He
does not think it is fear of cold for
many species quite as dclicato as those
which migrate southward easily with
stand the rigors of the winter but that
they have an irresistible humor for
traveling. This is his idea of the fact,
but he con give no explanation.
FIRST SHOT OF THE WAR.
Fired by the Cadets of tha Sooth Carolina
The first shot in the late war was fired
by the cadets of the South Carolina Mil
itary academy, which occupies a spacious
and formidable looking building called
the Citadel, which was originally con
structed for an orsenaL The organiza
tion and curriculum are similar to those
of the United States academy at West
Point. After the ordinance of secession
was adopted the cadets were ordered to
report for guard duty and were manning
a battery on Morris island, when, on
Jan. 9, 18G1, tho Star of the West at
tempted to enter the harbor with sup
plies and re-enforcements for Fort Sum
ter. The impulsive boys took the re
sponsibility of driving her back, firing
a shot across her bows to givo warning.
iho steamer immediately ran up the
United States flag and increased her
speed. Tho shots fell thick and fust
around her, and when one 6trnck her in
the stern the commander thonght it
prudent to retreat and turned his vessel
seaward. The cadets of this institution
believe that act entitles tliem to the
homage of the south, and the prestige
thus acquired has made them the objects
of envy throughout that whole section.
Charleston Letter in Chicago Record.
Iron Tonio For O range Trees.
G. W. Prescott of Highland, who took
the medal lor the best box of packed or
anges at the late California State Citrus
fair, has been experimenting with iron
tilings in his young orchard. Being
master mechanic of the Santa Fe system
in southern California at San Bernardi
no, he knew more about iron filings than
he did about guano or any other fer
tilizer, and knowing that a certain
amount of iron in the soil was essential
to a healthy growth of the tree and tho
production of fruit he put five pounds
of this material around each tree, and as
a result he has a highly colored orange.
where before he had a pale colored fruit
J. be cost is insignificant A thousand
trees on ten acres will require 5,000
pounds of filings, which costs 1 4 per ton
10 lor the ten acre orchard. Of course
this application of iron is not intended
to supersede all other fertilizers, but
simply to supplement them in order to
give a good color to the fruit and enable
the grower to put an attractive orange
on tuo market, and incidentally to assist
mm occasionally in winnint? a irold
modal The railroad shops at San Ber
nardino can furnish one ton per day of
this material, and other shops can also
assist in supplying the demand. Pro
' Cost of Living in Europe's Capitals.
An investigation into the comparative
cost of living at the various European
capitals results in the following interest
ing facts: At Vienna the prices of most
articles or rood are lowest At Madrid
they are dearer than in any other capi
tal, and such things as bread, meat, sug
ar and coal ore very exnensive. At St
Petersburg also the price of bread is so
mgn that white bread is still considered
a luxury above the means of tho work
ing classes. Next to Vienna, Brussels is
an inexpensive city. Paris is a little
higher in the scale, but London is "ter
ribly expensive. "Westminster Ga
Those timekeepers the Pleiades have
been used to mark the days from the
most remote periods. Mr. T. W. Fewkes.
describing the fire ceremonies of the Pu
eblo Indians of Tusavan. Bays that, hav
ing been present on two such occasions in
1892 and 1893, he found that the error
of time made by the Indiana as to the
lain or .November in those two years
was insignificant' It was the culmina
tion of the Pleiades which told the In
dians the proper time for the beginning
ox weir rite.. Kew York Tunes.
Overeatuur is jrenerallv condemned on
the ground that by stuffing the digestive
organs or by giving them too mock to
do the food taken u prevented from
properly nourishing him who takes it It
is possible, however, that one may suf
fer from too much nutriment as well as
from too little, even when it is properly
A BALL AT THE ElYSEE.
Hon th PUlw Dree at Owr M
A modern ball at the palace of the
Erysee, in Paris, where the president of
France lives, is an extraordinarily bril
liant and picturesquj sight, for, besides
the military trappings and gold braid of
the army officers and the exquisite, del
icately tinted toilets and elaborate coif
fures of the Frenchwomen, there are the
varied "habits" of the many members
of the diplomatic corps. These uniforms
alone are sufficient to furnish a brilliant
mass of color and elaborate display.
Described in detail and according to
their nations, they are these:
France. A coat of dark bine, em
broidered with sold ornaments and
Russia. A green tunic, embroidered
in silver and figured in lilao.
Germany. A dark blue coat, em
broidered in gold and faced with gold
Austria. A coat of green cloth, em-
brqidered with a gold acanthus palm.
iungiana. A coat or dark bine, also
embroidered with an acanthus palm of
Italy. A coat of royal blue, embroid
ered with golden leaves.
Spain. A coat of blue, embellished
with gold leaves and ornaments.
Portugal. A coat of blue with solden
It should be remembered that the rank
of a diplomat is shown by the embroid
eries that adorn his uniform. The high
er standing he has the greater the
amount of gold that is upon his person.
Embassadors and ministers plenipoten
tiary have their collars and cuffs, their
breasts and the facings of their pockets
set off with golden thread. Tho secre
taries of embassies and the various con
sul generals have just a shade leas of
adornment on their uniforms.
From on overplusago of cold lace the
other extreme is reached in tho conven
tional evening clothes of the American
embassador, who appears a solemn and
marked figure in the gay assemblages in
bis relief of somber black and white.
The French presidents usually wear or
dinary evening clothes, cut in the con
ventional style, but their white shirt
fronts are broken gorgeously by the
broad red baud of the Legion of Honor
and the great star of that order. New
Does the Eye Seat
The question asked in the headline
may sound odd to you if you have never
taken the trouble to give the subject
serious thought, but I venture the broad
statement that yon are not able to an
swer the question "offhand. " It is an
admitted fact, I must confess, that the
eye is the "organ of vision," yet there
is but little doubt, even in the minds of
opticians and physiologists, that the
phenomena of "seeing" is chiefly men-
tal-a-ui other words, that it is tho mind
and not the eye that "sees. " How often
have you seen a friend who seemingly
was engaged in looking intently at
some object on the table, at tho opposite
side of tho room or at some picture, who
on being aroused from his day dream
would confess that he was "looking at
nothing in particular." Tho explana
tion of the fact that he saw "nothing in
particular" is plain enough if properly
set forth. It is because his mind was
busy with other times and scenes.
Faces, bits of wayside scenery, etc.
were being presented to view in the
panorama of the mind, and the "mind's
eye" or mental vision was engaged
in eagerly scanning pictures of impres
sions made thereon months, 'years or
scores of years before. Another test of
this mind vision theory is to shut your
eyes tightly and then ply the brain to
the task of recalling faces and forms
that have not been seen by the eye for
years. And, again, if yon want to know
whether your companion looked at his
watch with his brain or his eyes, ask
him the time of day after he puts the
timepiece in bis pocket St Louis Re
His Thirst Was Tory Precious.
Some years ago while traveling from
Kansas City to St Louis the seat in
front of me was occupied by a typical
cattleman and a man who looked like an
eastern clergyman. The western man, i
whole souled, genial fellow, after tell
ing bis companion all about his western
ranch and about the business which call
ed him to Chicago, reached down in his
grip and drew forth a bottle of generous
"Pardner," said he, "there's the best
liquor west of Kansas City. Throw a
hooker into you and give me your opin
ion." The clerical looking man, though ter
ribly shocked, managed to say, "Friend,
I have not drunk for 40 years.
The Texan jumped from his seat and
exclaimed: "Great guns! I would give
1,000 for your thirst ''Chicago
Bandy For the Cholera.
Some years ago there was an outbreak
of cholera in France, and instructions
were forwarded to the mayor of a cer
tain village to take all necessary precau
tions, as the epidemic was rapidly spread
At first our worthy magistrate did not
know what to da After awhile, how
ever, he reported that be was ready to
receive the dread visitor. Upon inquiry
being made, it was discovered that by
his orders a sufficient number of graves
had been dug in the local cemetery to
bury the entire parish if required.
Calna and the Stoma.
"Mrs. Dasher is a very quiet dresser,
"Mercy, no. She storms at her maid
until she can be heard away in the top
flat "Chicago Inter Ocean.
Ambition is so powerful a passion in
the human breast that however high we
reach, we are never satisfied. Machia
vellL " ,
English leather gloves were sold all
9rer Europe in 1147.
'4 . x. a- ,
One and a half teaspoonfuls
gives letter results
spoonfuls of any other. - TRY IT.
Z i A SPECIFIC for Rheumatism ami
V-l tlio worst cases of iOieumatiam. Send
concentrated extracts and two to four times as many done aa In liquid medlcttea f 1
' elllng for the same price. A. Sanstedt, 6th and Uwcas SUk, Utnaha, Neb V
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C i had but little hope of my rocorery.
f J Ktieunuuism very bad sinew. Your Kidne kara ha helped me so 1 asa better i
Uian for two years." Sold by ilruggiwU or sent by tnaiL lUcs L Sand ad-'
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subjected when wife, mother or
sisters examine it. Yon and the
suit can stand it without flinch
ing if it has been through our
hands. Material, style and fit
will make you feel comfortable
and please the ladies.
NEW PATTERNS IN SPRING
ED6EJB I mi
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property. Collect Rents.
The old lire and time
tried company repre
sented. Rates as low
as any reliable company
Your Patronage is Solicited.
Office 1820, Second At.
Harper Boas Block.
Baths of all kinds, including
Turkish, plain, shampoo, elee.
trie, electro-thermal, etc., may
be obtained at the Sanitarium
Bath Booms, am the first floor ef
the Harper House.
For Ladies From t a. m. to
13 m. on week days . For Gen
tlemen From 8 p. at. to 10 p.m.
oaaresk days On Sundays the
rooms will be open from fan.
to 11 a. m. for Gentlemen only.
Eieotrie . and Electro-thermal
hatha may be obtained at any
time daring businena hours.
Gymnasium conaeetsd with bell
rooms. . . .. w. -. . ,
than two full tea-
rum rt:.. n '
for full dim-tions. In tablet made of C
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It affected mv kidnevs and I have had
Hiw dnet-eevot anr
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Koot. large tabing, S
rh tread, latrot pat
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SctccI of Dress Utttzi
Oar SCHOOL is decidedly
the best place la this vicin
ity to learn the entire art of
French Dress Making. Pupils
make dresses while learning.
Good positions for competent
persons. Fashion plate aad
Reduced Rates for the next 30
days to those taking the system.
St and St. MeWenas Banding.
Thb Portage Entry
Successors to the Portage
Bed Stone Co., also to Fnrst
Nen A Co.,
raOPKIKTOKS ot .
LAKE SUPERIOR PORT
AGE RED, BROWN
AND VARIEGATED SAND
Security Building, .Ninth
Floor, Madison Street aad
And Floor Paints,
Lawn Mowers, t
1U0 Third avenue.
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