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THE A KG US, BATUKDAl" FEliltUA UY 11, 1893.
Daily ill Weekly at 1684J Second
Avenue, Bock Island, E4
J- W. Potter,
a Daily 60c per month: Weakly n.00
pr aoDBm; in aavance i .ou.
AH eommanlcattons of a critical or arramenta
tfve character, political or relurloue, must hare
veal nana attached for publication. No aach
amnio, will b printed over totitiona signatures.
noysMea eomanntcatloaa not noticed.
Oerreepoadenee solicited front every tows at Ip
u iou uiana coantr .
Saturday. Fkbrtjart 11. 1893.
Thk state apportionment matter seem.
to be in a state of suspended animation.
Nw York Journal: 8ince Mr. Cleve
land has been cabinet-making, it is
astonishing bow man; people are anxious
to peep into bis shop. But be keeps the
door closed and tbe ladder up, like the
old potter in "The Middleman."
OrjiucT Daily Herald: Tbe cabinet
rumors continue rery busy with the
nsme of Walter Q- Gresbam. As a basis
for reports which mske him a prospective
holder of an important place in the new
cabinet we have the fact that he is held
in very high esteem by Mr. Cleveland,
which feeling is fully reciprocated.
Gctkrnob Fknnoyer of regon, whs
refused to travel to tbe border of his
state to greet President Harrison when
tbe latter was traveling through the west
and northwest, holding that tbe presW
dent should come to him, has refused
permission to the sdiutant general to use
two brass cannon belonging to the state
forjthe firing of a salute on tbe Fourth of
March in honor of Cleveland's inaugura
tion. "No permission,1' sajs the gov
ernor, "will be given to use state cannon
for firicc a ea'u'e over the inauguration
of a Wall street plutocrat as president of
the United States." Whatever mav be
thought of bis judgment and courtesy, it
cannot be denied that Pennover is not
only ridiculously and unusually inde
pendent, but a crack.
AcrrsG Govkrkor Giu. continues bis
work of investigation. Yesterday he or
dered tbe prosecution of all state treasur
ers and auditors since the adoption of the
constitution of 18".0, for irregularities in
office in pocketing the interest oc public
funds, misappropriating insurance fees
and other perqui6ities which should have
been turned into the stat3 treasury,
Twelve ex-state officials and nearly 100
bondsmen, running through a period of
over 20 years, are concerned in the pro
ceedings ordered, and tonight the wires
are busy with messages to all portions of
the state notifying the par'.ies interested
of the legal contest that is about to be
begun. Acting Gov. Gill, in an official
communication to the attorney general.
declares tkat $2,000,000 have been ille
gally sequestered from the public treasu
ry, and is virtually a cill to arms to those
who for many years have vainly protest
ed against tbe violations of the law, and
denounced the treasurers of Illinois for
appropriating the interests. The pro
ceedings are similar to those directed by
the democratic state administration of
Wisconsin and which were sustained by
tbe supreme court of that state.
Blaine's Tribute te Garfield.
The oration delivered by James G.
Blaise in the . house ef represen
tative on the death of Gar Odd
on the cccasion commemarative ef
the demise of the martyred president. will
9 banded down as one of tbe brightest
gems of American thought and oratory,
ifew may be recalled with peculiar In
terest at this tPJe. Tbe Uien secretary
of elate said:
, With unfaring front he faced death,
r ith unfaltering tenderness he took leave
of life. Above the demoniac bits of the
assassin's bullet he beard the voice of
God . With simple resignation be bowt d
to the divine decree.' As the end drew
near his early craving for the sea re
turned. The stately mansion of
power had been to him the
wearsome hospital of pain; and
be begged to be taken from its
prison walls, from its oppressive, sti"
air, from its homeliness aar -if
nces. Ge-" .. noiseless
ur S'.Jcnuv. the love ot a
1?rt!a Iieajila bore the pale 8uffcrt- 'o the
JrJnged-for healing or the ses, to live or
r!5e. as God should will. within tbe sight
fit its heaving bll!o8, within sound cf
Us manifold rolcce. Witb wan, fevered
face tenderly lifted to the cooling breeae,
he looked out wistfully upon the ocean's
nhanr'.flff wonders on ita fair sails,
whitening in the mornine light; on its
witless waves. rolling Bhorewardto break
nrf di beneath tbe noonday sun; on tbe
d clouds et evtning. arching low to the
horWnn. on the serene and shining path
way of the stars. Let us think that his
dyinc eyes read a mystic meaning which
..i.'ni. r.n. and Darting soul may know.
Tat m believe that in the silence .f the
.i!. nld he heard the creat waves
tin" rn a farther shore, and felt al-
" hia arante.d brow the breath
of the eternal morninn.
la mythology there are three fates, three
furies and three graces, and coming nearer
w. KhnL-nnpare introduces the
Her Wit Gave Her s Seat.
One day last v-eek a large Irishwoman
got Into a Sixth avenue car, and the car
Deuig iuil she wa i oblige! to stand. She
roae lor many blocks quite patiently, first
resting herself on one foot and then on tlio
other. Mill no on s cot out.
vvitnatace tha; llarngan would have
given fifty dollars for she exclaimed,
"Well, ain't none of yees going home, or
ue lees an Koint: to rule into the next
lis needless to s.-ty that half a dozen
men bounced up ami ouVivd hertheir seats
one or wbicti she, took with a comnlacent
wnue, wnue an pivsent mdulired in a broad
grin. New York I erald.
While attending the meeting of the Na
tional Prison afsoc ation at Baltimore ex
President Hayes disclosed the fact, notgea
erally known, thai he was inaugurated
twice. The 4th of March. 1877. full on Sun
day, and a there wis some talk of Tilden
ChTji. Valte aZinS
the oath to Hayes a-, the White Honsa on
Sunday, the public repetition of the cere
mony taking place r ext iay. Chicago Her
ald. A Fortunate Valet.
Count Montrond's valet waited on him
one morning most ui isuccees fully. He could
find none of the totet articles. Montrond
handed them to him, remarking: "You
must admit that yo l are lucky to have me
here. Without me, you certainly oould not
wait upon me." Sai Francisco Argonaut.
How's This I
We oiler One Hundred Dollars Reward
for any case of catarrh that canrfht he
cured by Hall's Ca'arrh Cure.
F.J Cheney & Co , Props., Toledo.O.
We the undersiei ed. have known V J
Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe
him perfectly honorable in all business
transactions sod financially able to carrv
out any obligation made by their firm.
West & Truax. Wholesale Dnicoiai-
Toledo. O. '
Walding, Kinnan & Marvin. Whni.
sale Druggists, Toledo, O.
Hali's Catarrh Cure is taken internally.
acting directly a pot the blood and mu
cous surfaces of tin system. Price 75r;
per bottle. Sold by all druesrists. Tet t:-
Catarrh in Colorado.
I used E'j's Cream Blm for dr ca
tarrh. It provsd a cure. B.F.M. Wteks,
Elf's Cream Balm is especially adiDted
as a r medy tor catarrh which is aggra
vated by alkaline dust 8nd dry winds.
W A . Hover,drutgifD;Tver.
1 can recorcmend Kit's Cream Bim to
ail sufferers from drj catarrh from
aonal experience. Michatl Herr,
Els's Cream Bal-n has cured manv
cases of catarrh. Ii is in constant de
mand. George W. Hoyt, pharmacist.
vVhat the Hon. Gewee G. Vest savs in
regard to the superiority of the H r-h.
berg's diamond and noo-cbangeable 'specj
"I am using elassef which I nnri-tinned
from Prof. Hirschberu and thev am thn
best I ever tried; it affords me gtea
pleaeure to recommoDd Prof. Hirschben?
as an excellent optician, and his glassee
arc simply uncquallec In my experience
G. G. Vest.'
These spectacles art for salt hr T H
Thomas ai'ent fur Ro-k Inland
Fits All tits to: ped free by Dr.
Kline's Great INcrve Restorer. Nr. fits
after the first day's use. Marvelous
cures. Treatise and S3 trial
fit cases. Send to E'r. Kline. 881 Arm
street, Philadelphia, P. For sale, by all
druggists: call on ckjm .
A Boston a3oyf:i Eyesight
Gaved-Perhap3 His Life
By Hood's SarsaparL la Blood Poi
soned by Canker.
Itead the following from a grateful mother:
" My little boy had Scarlet I ever when 4 years
old, and It loft him very weak and with '
peiaeaed with caaker. H'- flrtttu
so Inflamed that hi' 'J becarne
for seven w -" - mrf !n s were Intense, and
- -""U lie
CdUld. Hot Open Mis Eyes.
t Siok 'aim twice during U at time to the Eye
an4 Ear Infirmary on Charles street, but their
remedies failed to do him the faintest shadow
of good. I commenced riving him Hood's
SarsaparUU and It soon c irert hint. I have
never aounted that it aitved Hi eveu
r aet hi very You may tise tins tes
timonial in any way you choose. 1 am always
ready to sound the praise ot
because of the wonderful rood it did my son."
Abbik F. Blackuax, S8)i8 Washington St,
Boston, Mass. Get HOOD'S.
HOOD'8 PlLL8 are ban i made, and are per
fect in composition, proportit n and appearance.
Is CLF.AK. -w- w SIl'li. j'i;i l't
Gam (,0t.01;l:unr '. .-! i;l.E7 t . ;
plaint. ( ;-..
' -m t
Vrss Eva DxCamp, Danvit-lb, ill.
Saved From Suffering.
Tbe Gratitude of a Lady Cored Ij
lickapoo Indian Saswa.
Dajjvillk, III., Oct. 28.
I feel it my duty to express my gratl
tudofor what the Kiokapoo Indian
Remedies have done for me.
I was suffering with Neuralgia, and
had to stay up every night for weeks.
At last I sent for a bottle of Kickapoo
Indian Oil, and in lees than ten min
utes after application I was relieved.
I continued its use and also used Klck
apoo Indian Sagwa at the same
time until Entirely Cured.
Many of my friends have used your
Remedies for different troubles, andflnd
them to do exactly as advertised.
I believe everybody who is Buffering
should use them, as we are all brother
and sisters In Christ. I will answer any
que t ions as to what with tbe help of
God they have done for me.
Yours respectfully, Eva DeCastp.
KICKAPOO INDIAN SACWA.
And all Kkkipoo Indian Ramediesi Sold by Dealers
Setate or Wil iam H. Morrow, Deceased.
The nndenitmri havine bwn ar-nninted admin
istrator of the t-Mate i f Willia-n H. M rrow, late
of lb comity ol Hoc Icland.it.e of Illiimiti. rio-
ceaxed, hereby givi notice lha: te will appear
oerore me county court ot Kofklpland conn
tj, at the office of the clTk of nid court. In
the city of Knelt Iplana. at the April terra, on
tbe flret Monday in April m- . at which
time ail peixoiiK having claims mid ep-
uif. are notiticn and reanested to att i u for the
purpoec of havine the anw a.tjnMed. All per
eone indebted lo i-aid estate are rfqnett;d to
make immcrtiiiie payment to the nnd, r-ijri'..
uatea thif Wi'h ly of .Mr nary, A. D. lu03
Vt'M. N. MARTIN. .ministra:or.
STATE OF ILLINOIS, i
RKK IfUNll CorNTT, f
In the Cirtnk Coi.rt of Hock
Islaml County to
the May 'term. A. U. lHWi.
Mary rretman v. Varfhal: Freeman.
In .r anccry.
Notice is hereby. g:vtn t the paid JIirshall
Freemar. that Ue aho e named eo-nplninant
n reioiore nieci ner niiioi compixint In uu con
on the ct:aiuery side tn. n'. r. and (hut a snmmo
tnere upon be ii.nr d nr or s;id court asHtnei the
abovf-1 ataeo defendant rotnniable nixm the fiift !
day of the term of the circuit court of Ko k lxland
conuiy, to he hi lo at the conn Lou-e in hock l.-l-
anu, 1" Paul Horn i-ia id county on the flrft Mon
day of Mi. y. A. n 1M is required ,by law and
wnicD sun iss in pending.
uatea taie znd ov or rvhrnnrv. A. u. 18HS.
GEOKGK V. . GAMBLK,
t lerk of the Circuit Court.
SIcSMry A Mcfniry, "oiicirors.
By virtue of a s prcial excretion and fee bill No.
SwTT, liwned out of the clvrk's office of the circuit
court of Rock Inland comity, and state of Illinois.
and to me directed, whereby I am commanded to
make me amount or a certain judgment recently
noiainen against i.. t.:rohoy, in lavor 01 . w
MoSurney, out of the lands. tenement", poods and
chattels of the said defendant. 1.. ( ro-bv 1
have levied upon the followinR property, to-wit :
I-ots Four (4.1 Five (.) Mi i6.i Seven (7 )
llptit 18,1 In hiork Tentj-nine (-9.) in Water
towu County of nek I-land and Mate of H inois.
Therefore, aecordiu&r tosaid command I sballex
pose forsale at public auction all the right, title
and interest of the above named, L. Crosby,
in and to the above described pmperfv.on Werines
day, the lwh day of February, 18S, at8 o'clo k
p. rn , at the north door of the conrt house
in the city of Hock Island, in the county of Kock
Wand and state of Illinois, for cash iu band, to
satisfy saiii exeenrion and fe bill.
limed at Hock Island this Slst day cf January,
A. D. 18'J8.
C. D GORDON,
Sheriff ofjKock Island tounty, Illinois.
oticw in Attachment.
9TATB OF ILLINOIS,
Kock IsLAKnCorNTT. (
Circuit conrt ot Rock Island county. May term.
The People's National Bank of Rock Island, 111.,
vs C. W. Most er, In attachment.
Public notice is hereby given to tbe said C. W.
Mosherthat a writ of attachment issued ont of
the office of tbe clerk of the circuit conrt of Rock
Island county, da'cd the 81st d'tv of January, A
D. Ififlt, at the tuit of the said People's National
Hank and ai-ainst tbe estate ef the said r?. w.
Mosor ior tl e 8'im of Ten Thousand (110,000.00)
ooliars, directed to the sheriff of said Ruck Island
county wh'ra said writ has been returned exe.
II . ..
....w, therefore, unless yon, the mn c. w.
Mosbt r, shall personally be and appear before the
said circuit court ol Kock Island county on tbe
flrtt dny of the next term thereof, tg be balden at
the conrt bouse in the city of Rock IsIaOIT, fn
county, on the flrtt dsy of May, A. D. 1119, giva
special btil ai.d plead to tha said plaln'.U's ac
tion, judgment will be ehtered aeainst yon, ard
In favor of the Said People's National Bank, and
as much of tne rroperty attached as may be suf
ficient to satisfy the said judgment and cost, will
be so d to satisfy the same.
GE RGET. GAMBLE, Clerk.
Jjs. L. TTaas, Plaintiff 'a Afoney.
January 81, A. D. 18!.
fo -.lllil COCKIT.
Wmnty conrt of said coubly to ths Decern
' V Term, A. D. 19.
J. R. Johns on, administrator to the es'ate of
Rosalia Hartnarel, deceae-d. vs Thos. Campbell,
Amelia Koher. Theodore Uaruiagel, Vt m. Hart
nacet. and K l win Uarmas;el.
Amtdav it 01 non-residence or tnc fa a inwin
Koher. Theodere Uartna l. Wm. Hartnapel. and
dwm Harttiagel h ivmg pe n Uled in the omce 01
the clc: k of said county court, notice s herebf
?lven to tbe said Amelia Koher. Thos. lamp
eil, Wm. llartusgel, Theodore Hartnasel. aid
Edwin Uartnaeel, nuirsof the said Koralia Bart
.,..,.! dMnwii that t'.e said J. R. Johnston.
administrator i f ihe csiate of Rosalia Bartnaa 1.
rieeeased. fl ed in the said coni.ty court on lhe24 b
day of December, A. P. lW, his petition making
. anlil Thm-dore Harrna-el, Eniel a Koher,
Thos. ('amubeil, Wm. BartnaRel, and Edwin
Ilartiinp-'l, iiefecdnts and that summons there U.
h ia.ued out of said rouit aga-nst the above nam'
en defendants, returnable on the first diy of the
term of sa d county court to he held at the conrt
hnntf ill nd county ou the firFt Monday of Feb
ruary A 1) lBfi. as is by law required, and which
suit Is still pending.
v.. unless vou appear in said conrt on the first
day of the Mars h term thereof to be be'd at the
mnrt house tn th city of Rock Island, in said
couiilv and state ou the first Monday of Marcb A
11 isa. and piead. answer or demur to the peti
tion there in filed the same will be tafeen as
n-nressed akaiiist yon and judgment therecn
aunir.st yon entered accordinaly.
Dated this 18 h. day of January. A. D. 1893.
U.I ALM AKKOULSK, Clerk.
McEkirt cEmbt oIlcit..s.
Dr Kenison's Reltab'e Remedy. Pamone every-
th ladius as safe, prompt an-
.r,..tnl Tne original Oman's talvaUon. Pric-
$t sent eUBjct. sealed; nutormation free. Addi
I INSURANCE. j
A. D. HUESING,
Hepteeente. among other time-tried and we!
known Firelnanrance Companies be following
Royal Insurance Company, of Bngland.
Wescheeter Fire Ins. Company of N. Y .
Bnffalo German Ins. Co., Baflalo, N. Y.
Rochester German Ins. Co., Rochoeter. M . V .
Cititena Ins. Co., of Putabargb. Pa.
8nn Fire OfBce. London.
CniOB Inn. Co., of California.
Security In. Co.. New Hiven, Conn.
Milwaokee Mechanics Ina. Oo. , Milwaakea, Wil
mnnu nre ins. txt.,oi raona, ill.
Office Cor. 18th St., and Second Ave.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
TTAVTS Jtr f!ITlT1JT.iKni
Representing over 40 Million Dollars
of Cash assets
Fire, Life, Tornado.
, Accident, Marine,
Bonds of! Suretyship.
OKFIOS Room 21. Mitchell Lvnde's block:
mock lsiaaa, ins.
(Vbecnre unr rates ; they will intcres yon.
J. M. BUFORD,
General . . .
The old Fire and Time tried Companies
Losses Promptly Paid.
"ate as low as any reliable company can afford.
Yont Patronairc is solicited.
STATE SAVINGS BANE.
OfBce Corner Fifteenth street and Third Ave,
ncceed the Ifoline Savinee Baca. Oreanlsed ISM
5 rerCECTlXTEKEST .'AID OX DEPOSITS.
Organised ander State Laws.
Open from a. m. to 3 o m., and Wednesday and
Saturday nights froru7 to 8pm
noarKR nkinkss, . . President
?-wr-.,A,1"'WORTB " " TIce-President
r.miiKviT, ... cashier
Porter Skinner, W. W. Wells,
S!' H Ainsworth.
G. H. Edwards, W. H. Adams.
Andrew Kriberg, F. Hemenway,
REAL ESTATE LOANS
made for privau pirties in the J earden
spot of the west by the
Orchard State Bank
of orchard, Nebraska.
K. W. Dabt. President.
J.S. Daet Cashier.
Mitchell ft Lynde, Bankers
, f, JRoblason, Cashier Rock IaUnd National
6. 0. Carter. M. D.
Henry Dart's Sons, Wholewkts CrcCers.
This Precious Oiktmeht is th
triumph of Scientific Medicine.
Nothing has ever been produced to
equal or compare with it as a cvratttx
and hkaLIkg application. It has been
used 40 years and always affords relief
and always gives satisfaction.
Cures Piles or Hemorrhoids-Externa!
or Internal, Blind or Bleeding Itching and
Burning; Cracks or Fissures; Fistula in Ano;
Worms of the Rectum, The relief is imme
diate the cure certain.
WITCH HAZEL OIL
Cures Burns, Scalds a.rl Ulceration and
Contraction from Burns. The relief is instant.
Cures Boils, Hot Tumors, Ulcers, Fis
tulas, Old Sores, Itching Eruptions, Scurfy
or Scald Head. It is infallible.
Cures Inflamed or Caked Breasts and
Sore Nipples. It is invaluable.
Price, 50 Cents. Trial sire, 25 Cents.
Bold by DraKtlsUi, or arat awt-pstd on roctt off ptioa.
Braraarre' bed. co mini tntn. sc. stw yobs.
THE PILE OINTMENT
235 Wis. Street
WaAtarjr i rUli, I '
irufn. KoCO.U. Cire -i-i(eMalxive
for yrapti.ai- J. -
. mm n . rtWi t Jr( n v '1.
Llt ?tR p-iUQ.CO.t w.iiwukee. Wis.
A.'i 11 V
J. B. ZIMMER,
THE WELL TvNOWN
and Leader in Styls arid workmaneLip, has", recciv:a
FALL STOCK ol Suitings and Overcoatings;
ZS jilt and leave jour order.
Sr&R Block Opposite Harper Housk:
rgTTry our brand of SMOKED MEATS.;
H. Treman & Sons,
All telephone orders promptly filled. Telephone Ne. 1103. 1700 Third Are,
First-class Hotel and Restaurant, Market Square,
back of Thomas' drugstore.
LUNCH COUNTER IN CONNECTION.
tSTGood Rooms by day or night.
WM. GLASS, Proprietor.
Manufacturer of all kinds of
BOOTS AND SHOES
Oast's Fine Shoes a specialty. I??nlrin? done neatly and promptly.
A ehare ot your patronage respectfully solicited.
1618 Second Menu. Rock Island. IU.
ALWAYS THE CHEAPEST.
Save money by buying your Crockery, Glassware, Cut
lery, Tinware, Woodware, and Brushes, at tbe Old anu
Reliable 5 a?d 10 Cents Store.
MRS. C. MITSCH'S. 1314 Third Ave.
B. F. DeGEAR,
Contractor and Builder,
Offloe and Shop Corner Seventeenth EL . T?orlc IslafiG
and Seventh Avenue, ; A f
tarAll klads of carpenter work a specialty. Tlans and estimates for all kinds of W'AW
furnished on application.
CONTRACTORS and BUILD
S H E
PROTECT YOUR EYES
MR. H . WTTJ BOrrrr
The well-known tiptician of m ot
M. K. cor. 7i hand Olive), sl ivm.
appointed T. H. ThomaVi, fJ
celebrated Diamond PiwlrK1,,r
glasses, and also for hta SS,
Changeable t-pectaclts and Kj
The glasses are the CTem -TZ
ever made in spectarit.. V, f?
construction of the Leis a ifAo
chasing a pair of these N.jnTil"'
Glasses never has to chaste tbt"'S
from the eyes, and every tu r 71?.
s guaranteed, so tha, i7,Uv
the eyer (no matter trnw nr ;rru,w
Lenses are) they win fnm6 -1
with a new pair of t laes f-e r,f
T, H. THOMAS ha-a fn-j 1
and invites all to i(fv tb!"
of the STeat snperiorltj f thewcii.
over any and all oth.-s nnw !.
T -: '" c-iii-- in i.n. ir!w
drnirgtst and optician. K'ic- I-'ri l. '
No Peddlers Snrpllsd.
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