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THE AUG VS. WEDNESDA , 1KCFMBER 21, 1892.
ftTUU4 Daily and Waakly at 1434 Second
Avaana, BiMk lataad, H.
J W- POTTER,
Tim i flsilj SOc per month; Weak If -0
pav bud; la advance (1 .W.
Al WKiKsslcuitimn ol A srisieal ar arRmntmta
tkre oaasneasr, poaltieai e relbrtoua. aae
Ml ansae atahe4 fa pabl n tnn. No Hail
aruMc will be print ml orer aaationa atgnatare.
ftrntupwildft sohcUed Iw avery towaship
Wedhxsday, Dscbmkkr 81, 1899.
At 3a Bernardino, Cal, a woodchop
per. while engaged in trimming trees.
fomnd $t,900 in cold coirs in tin cans tied
to tae limb of the trfft
Got. Flowbr, of New York, his ap
pointed Mils Susan B. Anthony a mem
ber of the board of tn-nasers of the
Rochester iadns'iial school .
Bbkbkrt t-wcscKR baa been writing
for more than 10 years, and yet he is no1
rich, his productions bringing him lets
thai 1.000 per abnnm.
Ms. Stxvkhsoh will be accompanied
on hi trip to Atlanta next week by Mrs
&Ce re mod , their three daughters and son
Lewis, James 8. Ewlng and James W,
Scott, f Chicago.
Asia and Aphides.
Ths ants are an the leaf and walking
genU r over the aphides, examining them
one by one, the latter remaining perfectly
motbtnleaa. Oneof them pauses for a long
time over an aphis; the appears to be ca
ressing it, now stroking, now gently flagel
latuu; it body with her flexible antenna).
At Itogth the inaect respotuls, and from
one it the pair of little funnels on the
back there issues a single drop of a clear
fluid, not expelled with force, as it often is
when the insects relieve themselves of it,
bat gently exnded. the ant standing ready
to reive U and then proceeding leisurely
to sack, it up. The ants go from one in
sect to another, sometimes receiving a
dropif liquid, bnt often having to pass on
disap pointed, their benefactors having ap
parently none ready to give io many cases.
After a time they have exhausted the
whole ooiony. and they go around inquisi
tively stroking one after the other as if re
luctant to leave until they have made sure
that there is no more to be got.
TheM aphides are of a species dwtinct
from tJioae or the rose tree, with which the
ants Lave been in all probability previously
engagk They diilur in shape, color, sdae,
and in the shape and lanjrth of the necta
ries, t at the actions of both the giver and
the receive show an iotuitive knowledge
of each other, which can only be accounted
tor by an ancestry oa both aides stretching
back tver an immense period, during which
an intimate relationship must have ex
isted between both frame of insects.
Corah .11 Magaeina.
Congressman Hatxs, of the district
across the river, is not porkish in bis
disposition. Qe is ambitious, but not so
to the disregard cf the rights of otbeis,
aollttoaU. la a word, he believes in
jiving honor to whom honor is due.
When recently questioned la Washington
as to whether be would like to be senator
from Iowa, fee said: "Yes, I would like
to be senator. I would like also to be
king of England or president of the
Uaited States, bat as I know I cannot be
either of those thing I do not lose sny
sleep in thinking about them. Any
mas would like to be senator from Iowa,
but not every saac can be, by long odds.
The trath is the democrats of my state
hare rattle up their minds that they want
Governor Boies to be senator. When
tke time coses ho will be given the nomi
aaUoa of the party and canvass the state
in the same way that General Palmer, of
Illinois, did, and I hope and bel'eve with
a like result."
Important Work ta to.
St. Laais Bepablle,
No master who may be chosen speaker
ef the next house in ihe Illinois assem
bly, the choice cannot be made signifi
cant as to the course of legislation of
that body or the policy which is to domi
nate the session. N.i matter who ia
elected; the democratic majority will
have certain dnties to perform, which it
will perform if it is rue to use If and the
Not the least among the influences
which contrihnu d to democratic success
ia the late campaign in Illinois was 'he
fact that la the legislative sees. on of 1891
the party pledges were redeemed as tar
as their redemption was possible at that
time. On the line of their labor legisla
tion the pirty discharged all its oblige
lions and fulfilled all its promisrs. It
went as far as it could go in the line of
later legislation the party discharged all
its obligations and fulfilled all its prom
isee. It went us far a it could in the line
ef assault npon the Edwards compulsory
edtcation law. Where it Ml abort of
fall pet f "finance was where it met with
cpablicaa opposition or was compelled
to deal wib the si'uatina arising out of
the lcag senatorial contest.
The boui-e at the last sefii-ju was ad
alrably bundled It was carried forward
em lines of aggressive policy whi :h put
Be republicans en the derens.ve and
made a record from which they cou'd not
eeeape. This was done with the control
mt but one branch in democratic hands
Mo matter who is elected speaker now,
the work must go on or the party will
lae what ft has gained Invested with
rail power it mast face its responsibilities
end meet the just expectations of the
Out of this sepsloa must come a new
revenue law. The making of one is a
aatv which can no longer be nosvpnned
Malf wav meaxures will neither please
nor dereive the people. The system of
Jevyi-ig tcxes in Illinois mast be changed
frets too to bottom, even if it is necessa
ry, as it ptebably will be. to legislate the
state board of rqiialisalioa out of exis
The pledge of the party to hold the
state funds inviolate, except as they may
be leared for interest which shall accrue
te the state and not to any individual.
met he kept
TneMockraislog snd agricultural inter
ests of ine state will agnin demand laws
for the better control and regulation of
She stock yards. This subject calls for,
and should receive . t the coming sestion
more con. ideate trea ment than was ac
corded it nt the last syne. The small
stoek growers of the state are e-rnett in
the conviction that they ssff. r many and
grvveai wrongs. A thorough investi
gation by aa an prejudiced eommtasion Is
aeeeaaary. aarl, after that, whatever
legislation may be needed to adjust exist
ing 'nequa lii-s and put a slop to op
pression and extortion.
The apecUl interests and influences
Will be in the lobby at Springfield this
winter, aa they have been during eyery
aeenoa fnr nearly a generation. Bat the
democratic party eaneot yield to them as
aha republicans did . Joba Brown's ghost
will not walk in democratic processions
aa it did in those of the Illinois republi,
aaa for more than a score of years,
verhndowing eve-ytblng else, and
frightening benest nvn from revolt. The
eeancratie party now, always, is a
Party nt ariroinlatratinn. Jj SSBlt Stand
e fall aw Its sablU Maori.
B otter's TYiend.
We have both used Mother's Friend"
and find it to be one of the best medi
cines in the world, and would not be
withoct it is confinement for any con
sideration. Mrs Sabah P. Vixc&kt,
Mrs. Mart A. Lcck.
Rock Run, Ala.
bold by Harts & Bahnsen.
X Have, aa Tow Know.
been Billing Bradfleld's Female Regulator
for years, and have had a steadily increas
ing demand for it; it gives the very bet
satisfaction. I frequently sell it to phy
sicians, who use it in their practice with
the mot t satisfactory results.
R. Thomas. II. D.,
Sold by Harts & Bahnsen.
Mr. Geo. IK. IHtmer
Worst Case of Scrofula the
Doctors Ever Saw
Coaaplntefy Cured by HOOD'S
" When I was 4 or 5 years old I had a scrof
ulous sore on the middle finger of my left hand,
which got so bad that the doctors cut the
finger oiLsnd later took oft more than halt my
hand. Then the sore broke out on tny arm,
came out on my neck and face on both sides,
nearly destroying the sight of one eye, also
eo my right arm. Doctors said it was the
Worst Case of Scrofula
they ever saw. It was aiaaplf atwf ml ! Five
years ago I began to take Hood's SarsaparUla.
Gradually I found that the sores were begin
ning to beat. I kept on till I had taken ten
bottles, tea Mian! Just think of what a
return I got for that Investment! A ibaa
wa per cxlf Tea, many thousand. For
the past 4 years I have had no sores, i
Work all the Time.
Before, I cmU dm werlt. I know not
what to say strong enough to express my grat
Itude to Hood's SarsaparUla for my perfect
cure. GaoKGB W. Tukkks, Farmer, GaV
way, Saratoga county, N. Y.
HOOO'8 PlLLS waakaa. bo at
dJgaattoa and too tha iteauea. Trytaam. 230.
nil Chronic diseases
Successful v Treated Upon the
Latest Scientific Principles.
No Experiments or False R.-presentations.
aad Advlc Free ana Con
thae and every kiadrel C'xvtitf. arising
muii In-.ytra blood sue j felly t.-cutl by
that neverfaDing and ixf, Z and
Books on Blood anJ Kkiu
Printc 1 ttimoniiils s. nl ca
Swift Spgcific Co.,
THE L'TTLE FOLKS.
It is the little folks that t-ar
dowD the vines, says S"lo
man. It is the little things that
cunnt in life. It is the little
colds tbat count. It is sendirg
the ch.ldren to bei with wer
feet that brings on the croup
It i catching a little cold an-''
neglecting it that brings disae
and ankness. It is catching
sore throat and then going
about unprotected that ends in
dyphthena and death. Watch
these iittte sources. It do-s
not take much time,but it is the
little safeguards that cr.unt in
thebatUe of life. When you
g-t a sore throat or cold take
tJeid's Uerman Cough ai d Kid
ney Cure. It is the bf-t thing
in the vrorld for every form of
disease that arises from a cold.
Statistics show that nine-ieaths
of the e atire human rac parish
from this caus. It follows,
therefore, that if you will avoid
taking cold your chances for
long life are doubled. Thin
great remedy does notorily stop
y ur ooagh but it restores your
circulation to its norm -t I condi
tion and thus enables th evs
tem to throw off ih malady.
Get this gieat remedy cf any
aYLVA Remedy Co ,
Via Cure any
k nd of
Aaaav rafaad sd If aot
ta. aoat paid
aa tarwtrt or cio.
iT WILL KQT
9Sr9 Reward Soi an
fajaxiaaa aabatantaa Sanaa
ia itamia Capaa laa
Tv raaty- Five Casta.
NOItMAm VtOMTY. PA'ttLV KlBW.
Cta asow -
Par sate by al i rurjhitg. BuUc A Bahnu
Tift Intsns rt.mi
rair.inaiCi: 3 crl :. i
I ata rf ukcti a, liaiw. a !':
H . a7uW :fJ-JLZ.?z r.
fins i wiaK
. .... . .
ram Immtiwi Brmaav '1 Stmvx'
At Harper House Saturday,
H. hid yp:s of eipe fci ce in the largi st Lopl
t il in the count y and i a ifrnd'jnte o et vrralef
the bet oillrges In the United 8 ti', an b
ja t re:BTiel frum a nnr of the iargert hi Bp t U
in Kurupe, wheie be hat- b en stud mx te fa st
and moHt improTpd me ihudn of reaiinn the tlia
eaeti of - bleb he mukes a pprclaliy.
lie ha had yrare of txix-rieme prior to hi
Enropi-an 'rip. ami i well kLOn in ibis vtcin-ty
a be baa care handredK in your city and vicin
ity, in the la-1 three tear, lie takes no incur
able di euces, rut h.acnrvd iiundre ihi bave
bei-n civ. n up aa incurubie by I n ai pby-U iars.
Acute i.no chroi ic catarrh, chr nic d arrlioea,
piinfm or suppreed mer.struat on. infl mation
of tue womb, n.fln at;nn of ibebiadd-r diab -tn,
dyspepsia, con.tipaiion, kidney, niinnrv and
bladder trouble", ilriuht'g dioeaso. tape war. i,
crooked limbs an 1 enlar cd joint-, club :o. t,bl e
welling. iit'rToucni'rt and freneral debiiiiy, lmpo
tency. lenc- rrhi-a, pimple, blotrhev, exne. r,
dropsy, grarel elect, gon rrboea, hjdrucele, b art
citeeane, beteria. m. Vita dance, praiiia,
rheumatirm art na, female weakm-gs, etc.
All furical 01 erullont performed.
Epilepey or ritn p .t(Te-y cured.
Piles cart d wiibont pain, knife or cau-tlc
B ood and sku. nlscaes cured by iu-prOTt-d aad
aerer failing irmedlo
Etch row eye cared In one minute aritboat
pain. Weak, watrry eyea, drop:ilmi lids granul
ated lida, Mir.- eyca of any form, il hairs, cat
rract. faUe pupila, rp te, acum . turning In and
at of lida
gAB Noaaea and dcafneaa, ulceration, dia-charue-,
Nohk N al cai rih.polyi na of the noae. plna
tic opera iora, etc. Dr. Walters can absolutely
and iH-rmanei tly cure any caie of cair.rrb thai
eTerexioted He honeaily believes be can show
a errati r record or ruhes f catarrh cured than ail
other physicians i" tlie stale
bmall inmora, cancers, warts molt s, etc., re
moved r illi i t aoria. knlfs, pals or scar. N-w
methid. Llec'rol sis.
Ladies-Tl'ai lired" 'eelii g and all the female
weaknesses are ororni t'y cured, Ulimtiug. head
aches, xieruu pro-tratt;n. ene al et'il tv.
sleepless ess. depressi- n iunlgesiion, ovtr an
troubles, inflammation tuil nine a ion fulline mid
displucenieni', spinal weakness, kldi ay coxn
plaims. hnd i ha' 'e of llf
Oroakal Vt KAKNKhS Ioirnetll.itely cnr-d sad
full vieur resio ed '1 his di-ir-as ng ufllictiou,
whic . renders life bnrUo and m -rringe un oa
sible, the penary paid ty tbe virtini oi imiro
)cr ind n Kenc . Tlie nio-t rh iste must scknow
,enee hut tiieoaspiona a e the Kret murznet by
whlcf the who e orM :s at true e1' Ifes'ruy
them anil whnt h t e? Xlnn is no lontier in it-
FleO In 'he o poi e rex; tlie ti lerc.llillge of tlmt
blissful repo-e ul ii.h now attracts aua nte'tsrs
th whole w rid eit no lorger ; n an ease to
be what i.od n ailr liitn; ti c w. r d is no Ion er in
terestii'i: to b id, a d emr-'e auu i ai i imment
are liiscous sn -oni amoi s. onsu't lir Waller
at once, at.d you will find the amt4uhy a. d re
lief i hat mu i.-itiveiv M q-.ire'obe h-ppy.
lie trnher tbe ate. and come earl, as his
rof.n) a e hIwht lowdt-d wh. r ver he goes
It. w lte wil n turn every four weeks dur
injr the year t lt3. Hrli g from two to four oa.
of urine forth aina analysis. .
Lyman P. Walter, M. D.,
'74SHtat St .' hicaeo.
F state of Reb-coa Walsh. Deeeasad.
Tre nniieraig-ie i hnvinc been a. -pointed exe
cutor of he lsi will auu testament or Kebeoaa
Wnl-b, late of the eon ty of iock Isl nd, .
f Illinois deceased, h r by give node-tha fe
will appear beft r. the county coon of oek Island
count-, at th offl e of th. clerk of said e art. ia
theciiTof Kock siand, at th. M .rch term oa
the firs I Mon-iay in March next, at which tlms
all persoi s havinc cla ma a a usi said est te ar
no till d and req-ie tel t attend, for the pnraosa
of having tbe -ame adj-i ted II pe sons in
debted to said st te are reqa. eled to make im
mediate payment to the nnd- istiroed
Dated thu lth day or Uecembe., A. T lrfSS,
WILLIaM B. PKTTTI',
OT1CE TO CONTBACTOBS.
Setled proposals will be received at te city
tick's office, hock Island, III., until Deo. 1S.18W,
at fi p. ' ., foi onstructiie the improve iients
ordered hy an ordinance of said ci y, entitled
" ii ordinance for tbe I npriTement of Twen
tieth street fra th. sooth line of Ninth avenue
to the nori h I no iif Eighteenth avense," passed
Aurasi S, LWi, also "An ordinance for tbe im
provement of -op lib avi uue fro n the west line
of Fir-i stc-et 1 o the w at line of Twentieth st. eet
and from the east line of Twei ty third street to the
iM Ii e f 1 wean -four h tr el. and of Twenty
fonrth street f ro ii the a uih lln of Third avenae
to (be mirth line of Fifth avenue," pas rd oct
17, 1HSS and for fa ni hli.g he mater al a d dolnji
the wotk according to the . Inns and speciflcatiuaa
on 8 eat tbe city Clara's o ce,
Bla k bids will e mmished on application.
Bids ma-i be sep-rate for erch Improvement
above apecifled, and sccompan ad with a certified
bees in the snm of SS00, i ay bla to the order of
the treasur. r of said cily, which shall he some for
feited to said city 'n ca e he b'dder rhall fail la
enter into contract with approv. d . nretiee to exe
cute the work for tne price m r.tionen in his bid,
and aceordirur to the plans and spe;fic-Uons in
h- event that the vonlr.ct aaoold be awarded to
1'ba rbtht to reject sny and all bids or pro
posal is hereby xnrssaly reserved hy said city.
Kock Island. 1U., November. SS 190.
OTIOE TO OONTKAOTOKS.
Mealed rropoails will be received at the Citjr
Clark- office. Kock lalaud. 111., aatil atonda,
Dec IS, 1HM at ft o'clock p m.. for na racting
b improvement ordered by an o dinaneo of
sitd eiW enutk'd ' Aa ord annoe for tbe cob
st ruction of a atom rain from thu weat aid of
Bev. nu-enth street and Ninth a d Tenth a v. noes
to the weat idc of Tweaty-flrth Sfoet, " paase-1
Nov. SI, 180. flans and speciflcatinns lor said
tnpravesiei't n the City f 'Wrk office,
Al bid. mas' be accompanied withaoenisted
rhosk in the suss of &0U tor the proper p erf ox n-snc-
of the contract if aecared.
The dty reserve the ngnt ta reject any
and all "ids.
tiawaiS-a'tofia onS at the city dark's oAca.
Hoc Uland. Ul., Sov. SS 1S.
By virtue of aa execution and fee bill Mo saw.
issued ont of the clerk's oflico of the circuit court
of K ok Island county. In the state of Illinois
and to me directed, wfcereby 1 aa commanded to
make the amount of a certain Judgment raocDiy
obtained a aii at Ti e usisslppl Valley Manu
facturers' a! atnal Colon Ii.sornoce Company la
favor of i. C VYlnants for asu of k H, Vaa Da
sen out of tne lands, tenement, roods and chsl-t-Is
of the said defendants. The Miasiaupi
Valley Manufacturers' Mutual U ioa lnsarance
Company, 1 have levied upon the following prop
erty, to-wit .
'I he undivided one-fonrth (!4) 'nteteot in the
followii g per bed premises, to-wtt: The west
half (H) and tne west half (M) of lheeat half (H)
ol lot i w.i (4) and the eat-t ..air (H)of the rast
hilf (H of lot three tS),all in block sine t9) sita
ated in that rt of the city of Moline knoD as
Oid Tiwn in ock Island couniy. siaie of Illinois.
Therefore, according loaaid command i enallex
. oae for sale at public auction all the rit'bl, title
and interest of tne above named, 1 be Mlsaiss ppt
Va ley M nnfacture s' Mutual I ni-m Inm rance
company in and to tbe above oe- cri bed pro perl y,- iu
.-alurday,thf2tihda5 of Dec. mher,lSiti,ai8o'clo k
t. m , at the north door of the court bouse
in the city or Kock lalaud. in the county of Kock
Island and state of Illinois, for cash in hand, to
satisfy said execntion and f e biil.
Dated at Kock lslan , Ibis 6 h day of Decem
ber, A. D. lSt.
C. D GORDON.
Sheriff of Rock Island oun y, Illinois.
THE MOLDS, i.
STATE SAVINGS BANK.
Office Corner Fifteen ife street and Third Ave,
Sacasods tbe Moline Sa vines oacK. trreanlaed UBS
5 PerCBST. ISTMRST .MD ON DSPOSITS.
Organlaed under State Laws.
Op su from 9 a m. o S m., and Wednesday and
Saturday nights from to 8pm
Pobtvb KKntnaa, President
H. A.. AmswoBTH, Vice-President
I. F EaaSMW.T, ... caahier
Porter Skinner. W. W. Wells,
C. A. Rose. H. A. AlnswortA,
Q. H. Edwards, W. H. Adams,
Axidrew fnberg, '. F. II .moo way,
REAL ESTATE LOANS
mad for private parties in the cardan
spot of the west by the
Orchard State Bank
of OBCB APD, NEBRASKA .
E. W. Dabt. President.
i. S. Dast Caabiec
Mitchell A Lynde. Bankers
J. F. Rebmeon, Caatier Rock bland; National
C. C. Carter, W . D.
Henry Dart's Soi l. Wholesale Ororen.
LABOR. TIME, MONEI
Use it yoTa own way.
It is the befct Soap made
For l ashing Machine use.
at ADS BT
lYARNOCX & RALSTON.
Jhey wash their clothes
MADE ONLY BY
THE WELL KNOWN
and Leader in StvW and workmanship, has received
FaLL STOCK Suitings and 0?eraoa!4ng9.
5"" Jalv and leave your order.
Stb Block Oppositb Habprr Hottsb.
c"Try our brand of SMOKED MEATS.
H. Treman 6c Sons,
AUtelephono orders promptly filled. Telephone N. 1103. 1700 Third A7t
First-class Hotel and Restaurant, MarketSquare,
back of Thomas' drugstore.
LUNCH COUNTER IN CONNECTION.
tST"Good Koonis by day or nighl
WM, GLASS, Propriety
J. 1YL CHRISTY,
mmmm of mm m am
Aak Tonr Orocer for Them.
1 hey srs Ftjt
SPECIE LTI3 :
The Christy "Otbtir" acd Christy "WAna.
1803 Second Avenue
B. F. DeGEAR,
Contractor and Builder.
Offloe and Shop Corner (Seventeenth 8t . . T?.L- TclotH
and Seventh Avfnue, : lvOCK ISIUIW.
aVAll kind of carpenter work a specialty . Flans and estimates for all kinds of balidir..
famished on apnllcaMnn.
HORS E SHOER.
Is now located la his new shop,
At 324 Seventeenth Street
tVLtfiht shoes a specialty. Opposite the Old
I hATS )at raoetred anlottsr a' ar I nopa'ar pn tie lai-rtAn1 bt s-ilsctt-d tek
Itday ?oals t hara ererekihlti i mertmnl ce aprl everrthlnt sa-tthle f.rJhrsi a r"
nk th-t toe-t lioa of Piminal Lsitasr fd ic sruclm. T-t t-r de-oriitioa t'!,''Bfk "l ,
ad sleds. A troll selected stock of De.jratJ Chioaware, Cains ani Bi.qio dlls. will "
sod supply of trees aad araameats.
MRS. C. MITSCH'S. 1314 Third Ave.
SEIVERS & ANDERSON,
CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS.
All Kinds ot Carpenter Work Done,
General tobklaf dan an abort natiaa aad aaaaiacUoa fnaxantwd
Otto aad Slur 71 TvalfUi Straat.