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'THE AHGUS, TUESDAi' FEHH" - IfY 14. 1893.
Fnhltahed Daily and Weekly at 1824; Second
Avenue, Bosk bland. C.
J. W. POTTER,
U N I OEL
AM u....!... . t.
ttre rcr, political or religion, most We
artteiae will be printed over letiliooa etgnataree.
wBwi cuniMiiiDicauoaB not DflucrQ.
Correspondenee aolicited from every townahlp
awk uuoa conniy .
Tuesday, Februabt 14. 1883
Thr wealthiest nation on the globe is
the United States, which ta an assessed
Taloation of ,f 47.475.000.000, next com
ing Great Britain with ?43 600,000.000
France ranks third with $40,300,000,000;
then Germany with 131,600.000.000
Russia comes next with $21,715,000,000;
Austria follows with $18,065,000 000, and
Italy succeeds with $11,755,000,000
8pain it worth $7,965,000,000; the Neth
erlands $4,935,000,000; Belgium, $4,030,
000,000. The assessed valuation of
Sweden is $3,475,000,000; of Canada,$3,
850,000.000; of Mexico. $ 3,150.000.000;
Of Australia, $2,850,000,000; of Portugal,
$1,855,000,000; of Denmark. $1,830,000,
000; of the Argentine Confederation,
$1,620,000,000; of Switzerland, $1,630,
COO.OuO; of Norway, Sl.410,000,000; of
Greece, $1,055,000 000.
The question continues an anxious one
il Europe, how much longer they can
bold the leash without letting slip the
dogs of war. Tbe London Statist says:
"Not only do military preparations on
the continent threaten us with the most
terrible war the world has ever seen with
the greatest waste of life and wealth and
with a complete break-tip of the political
systems of the continent, but they actu
ally put a prohibition upon new enter
prises whereby nobody can be sure of a
week together of what may happen; of
how (he money markets of the world
saay be thrown into confusion and of
how disastrous, therefore, every udertak
ing may be made, and the injurious effect
will continue even if war itself is still
postponed. There ib naturally very much
uneasiness all over the continent and in
every war office throughout the world,
jet there is a hope at the same time that
tbe magnitude f lha risk will de
tar every one from beginning the struj-gle."
Who They Are.
The principals to the suits brought by
aiiug UVfClUlM Will IU UCliBll Ul lUG
State of Illinois for misappropriation of
funds are all alive with the exception of
Charles E. Lipponcott, who was auditor
from 1872 to 1879. A number of the
bondsmen, however, are dead. The fol
lowing is a list of the ex-treasurtis and
ex-auditors and their bondsmen:
Treasurers 1871-74, P. N. Bites,
treasurer; bondsmen, John Williams,
Jacob Bunn, and F. W. Tracey.
1873 74 Treasurer, Edward Ruiz;
bondsmen. John Tnomis, Samuel Stookey,
John B. Lovington and William Mans.
1875-76 Treasurer.Thomas S. Ridge
waj; bondsmen, P. W. Tracey.George N
Bl ck, W. W. Matheny, Jacob Bunn,
W. D, Richardson. S. H. Jones. John
Williams, Marshall M. Pool, John D.
Richardson, Charles Carroll, Alex K.
Juowe, J. McKee Peoples and A. M.
1877-78 Treasurer, Edward Ruz;
landsmen, John Thomas, Jacob Bunn,
P. W". Tracy, 8. H. Jones and P. K.
1879-80 Treasurer. J.C. Smith, bonds
men, Prank T. Tracy, Charles W.
Mathenev, H. E. Weber, C. Wolf.
James D. B. Salter, S. H. Jones, F.
K. Wbittemore. R. D. Lawrence, George
M. Brinkenboff, William McCague.
1881-32 Treasurer. Edward Ru'z;
bondsmen P. W. Tracy. H. F. Weber,
C. Wolf, William Jay ne, J. U. Schuck,
8. B.Jones, F. K. Wbittemore, William
McCague, J. M. Darnell, George M Brink-
18E3 84 John C. Smith, treasurer;
bondsmen, F. W. Tracy, H K. Weber.
J. H. Schuck, C. Wolf, Thomas S. Ridge-
way, William Jayne, S. H. Jones, P. K
Whiltemere, Edwin Watts, J. M Darnell,
George M. Bnnkerhoff, George W.Funk
J. B. Jones.
1885-86 Jacob Gross, treasurer;
bonusmea, Frederick Miller, Adam
Miller, 8. H. Jones. F. E Wbittemore,
George M. Brinkerhcff. Edwin Watts, J
M. Darnell. J. B. Jones, F. W. Tracy
Thomas S. Ridgewav. II K Weber, J. H
fichu-k,C. Wolf, William Jayne.
1887-88 .Tolm R. Tanner, treasurer;
bmdamen. F. W. Trary, II. K. Weber.
William Jayne. C. Wolf. J 11. Schuck,
Thomas B. Itidgeway, a. U. Jntie
J. R Jones, Geore M. Brinkerbi ff, J
M. Darnell, Edwin Watts. F. jr.
Whittemore, R. D. Lawrence, Chaike
1889-!0 Cbf.r'.cs Ei.ker, treasurer
bonrismn, H. G Weber, Joseph Tuess
F. U. Jppnheim, JTed friester, M. T
Btookev. John Kloess, F. W. Tracy
II. K. Web r. J II. Schuck. Thomas S.
Ridgeway. W. Dayne. C. Wolf. S II
Jnni-s, J. R, JoneB, F. K. Wbittemore
Edwin Watts, George M. Briukenhoff,
1891-92 Edward S. Wilson, truas
urer; boiidsraen, John A. King, John J
McGrath, John . U. Whitbeck, E. G
Keith, Edsoo Kcitb, Charlis Couasulroan
Jhn H. Dight, Jon R. Walsh, A
Locb, George Schneider, Willium E
Auditors Charles E. Lippincott, au
ditor from 1872 tw 1876; bondsmen
Jacob Bunn, William Jayne. Tboro
B. Needles, auditor from 18T6 to 1880
honrlsracn. D.D.Meyer, J.c.mean s.o.ra
E iwooi, John Kreuuier and P. E. Hob
trier. Charles P. Swieert. auditor from
1880 to 1888. ondemen . J hn G Eaech,
warren 15 Hickox and George C. Sim-
moot. Charles W. Pavey, auditor from
1888 to 1892; bondsmen, Alvin Gilbert.
Srepben P. fttmtan, Jihn R. Allen,
William Pare and Tensas t,. V e.
Hinrsh, But r
wHo," eald a well known statesman, thall
never believe thi.twtnien has the proper iaig
ment and sense t j can a ballot, or inter, ere ia
politico, while ste is so weak-minded as to pas
sively puffer, yei rafter year, from dlseates pe
culiar to femaii s, when every ntwspaper ahe
picks np, telle of the merits of Dr. Piirce'a Fa
vorite Prescription. Kot to take advantage of
this remedy is certainly an indication of mental
There is a wco'eeome kernel of truth Inside
the rough shell of this nngailsnt speech. The
"Favorite Preset ption" is invaluable In all uter
ine troubles, ft Animation, ulceration, displace
ments, nervous disorders, prostration, exhaus
tion, or hysteria. For run-down, worn out
women, no more .strengthening tonic or neivine is
The Red Men's Knowledge
of the Laws of Health.
Turkish" an I "Russian" Bath of Civil!
cation Kiwwn to the Indians. Bow
They Do It. A Lesson From Nature
which the M'lee will Heed Klckapoo
Indian Sag wa a Grand Bemedy.
Indians Taking Vapor Batiis.
In this way an Indian takes a "Turkish" or a
"Russian' hath; Tliey 4lg a hole In the earth.
In wliieh they lay etnnei, and upon which they
biilM a lire, heath Hie Mones to a red heat; they
then carefully rei love the coals: rutling a num
ber of sapling th -y dick one end In the erounri,
bend them over and place the other end also la
the ground, these extend over the hot stones la
the nhape or a r,lf loop. Over these polea or
hoops the India n place skins of animals or
blankets. If the Russian" or vapor bath Is de
sired, they then throw wnter upon tha hot rocks,
thus generating steam. Those Ueslrina; the vapor
bath crawl under leath. After the pores of the
akin are opened a id thev profuselv perspire tbey
crawl out and an ther Indian dashes buckets of
cold water over tl em. or they plunge Into a nenr
by stream. Thev are then rubbed thoroughly
with Klckapoo In Han Oil, and are given copious
drafts of Kickaroo Indian Sagwa; after which
they roll up la hl .nkels and bare a sound sleep.
Who can teich the Indians anything
about health? His own physique answers
for his superior knowledge.
His preparations of roots, barks and
herbs, now giv. n to the world for tha first
time In the Kic apoo Indian Remedies are
unequalled by any discoveries of the mcdv
leal world of the whites.
When yon feel twinges of pain In your j
joints, look out. a slight cold might devel
op Rheumatic Tever. If yon have pains In
your back or si les your liver is congested
or your kidney are not performing their
work and poise n is gathering in your body.
Exposure to cold or contagious diseases
vould be fatal :0 you.
Pimples, blotches, and other humors In
dicate that the poison is working In your
blood. You fet 1 languid, heavy, dull; you
wake In the morning unrcsted. Beware I
Prive these symptoms away at once!
Take Kickap o Indian. Sngwa. It will
cleanse your H'stem, heal your diseased
ornns, purify and enrich the blood, and
Urjve every tail t of poison from vonr bod v.
Then you wil feel strong, bright, alert
and active as tl e Indian docs.
Klckapoo Indian Sattwa is composed of
nature's remedies, gathered and prepared
by nature's children, who depend not upon
book knowledge for their cures, but upon
the leaves, the llowers, the roots and the
herbs thnt are placed in the earth by an
all-wise Providence for the benefltof every
Why, look at the animals!
If your horne lacks his accustomed vigor
yon are taught to turn him out to pasture.
You do so. Tue horse geta well.
Because there prows In every field the
tender leaves of some medicinal plant
Which Instinct tells tllA nnltnn)u Xr oat uti.l
does for the poor old horse precisely what
some other, or perhaps the xame plant will
do for a human being. Restores the wasted
energies I Renews the Inst Htrnncthi
vlves the drooping spirits.
Klckapoo Indian Sagwa.
Sold by AU Druaaixtt and Deaierg.
$1.00 per Bottle, 6 Bottles for $5.00.
r ,7. f"' -' '-'itfj t-ts. i fi !
LJ3 -.:(: zr 1 to f ;t.!Nt:.,s- r, t. Vi . . r.
iiT .Bternal mod
, r" niUer how oot
ki bow. PI
V1 8VYKS"3 -
XT C i u i iK .
uloa mf h.TMu's tliwrwM" wlv'nu
will c.irw mr., .sf Vslrs Sn
Whooping Cough, Bronchitis and Asthma, a err.
taiD cure lor Consumption in ftrst mmI s mr rrlif
tn mdvanocd states. Vm st once. Yen will sef tn
xoellcnt ft'reft after taking the first dose, ffoia
Sj daSAlertt tit w u.ru. Itmtm ImhUm. SO omsis S4mS p JQQ
I WOOD'S iPHOSPHOOINE
THE GKKAT KKG1ISH IiKMKDT. J "
Promptly and perma
nently cures all forms of
Nervons Weakness, Kmis
eions, bpenr atorrhi a, Im
potency and all efTscts of
abuse or ezcesses; been
prescribed over 35 years
in thousands of cases ; is
Before and After. ie ?"d.h?:
drupgif forWooD'gPH BiBODn,K: If he offers
fannio wnrl hlen in wi ir. in in nluoa m k.
his dirhonept More, eaclt ee price in letter and
Wa Will flATld VIM) Kn VOfntsji inoil . .
fl;r,tf5;one will piee, six will cure; pam-
iuici iu iu mroicu cmnujie, maropH: ft au ret 8
1 il Woodward avenue. Detmit Mien.
E. PAKMEX1 EK
TTOHNETAT LAW-Cfflce. in Mitchell &
sT Lynde'e new block.
Estate of Wil iam H. Morrow, Deceased.
Tbe nndersigned havintr been ai pointed admin
tatrator of the estate t.f William H. HP rrow, late
of the connty of Hock Island, suie of Illinois, de
ceased, hereby gives notice tha: he will appear
before the county court or Kor k Island conn
ty, at the office of the clerk of said court, in
the city of Kock Island, at the April term, on
the first Monday in April pen, at which
time an persons having claims airh.es said es
tate are notified and requested to attetu for I he
purpose of having the same adjusted. A 11 per
sons Indebted to said estate are requested to
mane immediate payment to tbe undersigneo.
Dated this SRth dav of Jar nary, A D. 1SDS.
WM. N. MARTIN. Administrator.
state of illinois, i
Rook Island County. I "
fn the Circuit Court of Rock Island County to
the Mav Term, A. U. 1B3.
Mary Freeman vs. Marthal! Freeman,
Notice is hereby given to the said .Marshall
Freeman, that the abo e named complsloant
htretofore filed her bid of complaint in siid court
cn the chancery side thereof, and tbRt a summons
there upon be issued out of said court axainsi the
above t amed defendant returnable noon the first
day of the term of the circuit court of Ko -k Island
county, to be held at the court house in Rock Isl
and. In said Hock I-la id county on tbe first Mon
day of May, A. I. 1893, as is required .by law and
which suit is 8 ill pending.
Dated Ibis 2nd dav of February. A. D. 18E3.
UKORGK V . GAMBLE,
Clerk ct the Circuit Court.
McKMry'A McEniry, Solicitors.
JACKM & HCKNT,
1 TTOREYS ATLAW. Office in Rock I ! a
a Satioual Bank Bnildicp, Rock Island. I',1..
c. i.. WAt.as.fi
B virtue of a rnrcial execution and fee hill No.
6467, issned out of the clwrk's office of the circuit
court ot Kock island county, ana siare oi Illinois,
and to me directed, whereby 1 am commanded to
make the amount of a certain judgment recently
obtained against L. Cror-by, in lavorofG. W.
Mcburnev. out of the lands. tenement, eoods and
chattels of the said defendant, L. Crosby I
have levied npon the following property, to-wit:
Lots Four (4,1 Five (5.) Six (6.) Seven (7,)
Bight i8.) in block Twenty-nine 0-9.) in Water
town County of l ock l?lacd and Mate of 11 inois.
Therefore, acconling tossid command 1 shallex
rose for ale at nublic auction all tbe riaht . title
and Interest of the atiove named, L. Cmsby,
in and totiie above decri'oed properly, -ui Wednes
day, the ISth day of February, 18'.t3, at 2 o'clo k
P. m , at the north door of the court house
in the city of Rock Is'and, !u the county of Rock
Island atid state of Illinois, for cash iu hand, to
satisfy saii execution and fee bill.
linted at Rock Island this 21st day uf Jatuary,
C. D. GORDON.
Sheriff of Rockls-landt ounty, Illinois.
SWEESEY & WALKER,
JTTORNKYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW
vwi-e ui Doiis?wu b (714N3K, rtoca tsianu, il.
.MtEMRT ct McEMKV,
I WYiHN'P.V'fi AT r.AW
security, make collections. Reference, Kftch- !
otice in Attachment.
S. W. OliELU
TTORNEY AT LAW Formerly of Port Evron.
!l and during the past two years with the firm of
irownine A fintriken at Moline, has now opened
a office in the Auditoriam baiidirc. room 5. at
C. J. SAKI.a. s. w. SEABI.E.
SEARLE & SEARLE.
1 TTORNEtS and Coansellors at Law and So
.1 llcitors in CaaDcery; office Rcford's block,
R, Mi PEARCE,
Boom 33 in Mitchell A Lynde't new block
DP. J, E. HAWTHORNE,
Teeth extracted without nam bv th neu
No 17:6 Second avenue, over Krell A Math's.
Mitchell & Lynde'e Block. Room 89-81
i, R. Bollowbush, M, D, Geo, E, Barth, M.D.
DRS. BARTH & HOLLOWBUSH.
HYeiCIANS AND SURGTCONS,
Residence TSiaist st. " 1188
Dr. Barth l Dr. Hollowbnsh-
9 to in a, m. I 10 to 12 a. m.
ItoSandTtogp.m, 2 to 5 and 7 to 8 p. m.
DR. CHAS. M. ROBINSON
Eye, Ear, Nose and Threat
Office McCullougb Building, 1S4 W. 3d at.
Hours : 9 to 11 am : 1 to 4 nm.
J. F. Mtibs, M. D. Geo. W. Wheklir.'.M. D
DRS. MYERS & WHEELER,
Surrrry and lieae f Wsmea
C fflce over is. re II & Math's. Te epbone 114a.
Da. MTIBS 1 DR. WBCELCB.
0 to IS a. m. I 8 to 10 a. m.
to & and 7 to 9 p. m. I 1 to 8 and 7 to p. m
tes. telephone UK). Res. telephone, 110.
STATS OK I LLINOl a, I
Kock Island i'imTv.
Circuit court of Kock Island conu'.y. May term,
A . D.
T he People's National Bank of Rock Island, 111.,
vs C. W. Mosrer. In attachment.
Public notice is hereby given to the said C. W
Mother U. at a writ of attachment issued out of
the office of theclcrk of the circuit court of Hock
Island county, dated the 81st dav of January, A
r. lsiti, at the suit of the said People's National
Pank and against the estate of tlie said V. W.
Mosher'orttes'imof Ten Thousand ($10,000.00)
dollars, directed to the sheriff of said Rock Island
cosiity. which said writ has been returned exe
cuted. Now, therefore, unless yon, the Slid C. W.
Moshi r, shall personally be and appear before the
said circuit court of Kock Island county on the
first day of the mt term thereof, to be holden at
the court honse in the city of Kock Island, in said
county, on tbe first d'.y of May. A. I). 13. give
special bil and plead to the said plaint id s ac
ton, judgment will be entered asainst yon, and
In fuvor of the said Peo;li.,a National Kink, and
so ranch of tbe roperty attached as may be suf
ficient to satisfy the said judgment end cos: a, will
be soid to satisfy the same.
GK' iKGE W. GAMBLE, Clerk.
Jas. L. ITaas, Plaintiff's At!o,nry.
January 31, A. D. ISM.
8TA.TE OF ILLINOIS. 1
Kock Island Cocntt. f
Tn the county court of said county to the Decern
ber lerm, A. D. I'M.
J. R. Johns on, administrator to the estate of
Rosalia flartr.ael, deceas d. vs Thos Campbell,
Amelia Koher. Theodore Ilar.Lagel, Wm. liart
natrel, and Klwin Hartnaeel.
Aftiidavii of non-residt nee of the sa'd Amelia
Koher, Theodsjre Hartnacel. Wm. Ilartnarel. and
Edwin Hartnaeel having ben filed in the office of
the cieik of said county court, notice ;s hereby
given to the said Amel'a Koher. 'I bos. t'amp
bei. Wm. llartnngel, Theodore Ilaniiael. and
Edwin Bartnacel, heirs of the said Rosalia Hart
nagel, deceased that t'.e said J. R. Johnston,
administrator of the estate of Rosalia Hartnae 1.
deceased, fl:ed in the said connty court on the 24th
day of December, A. D. 1SS-2, his petition making
the said Theodore Uartnasel, Emcl a Koher,
Tbos. Campbell, Wm. Ilartnairel, and Edwin
nartnagcl,defeiidr.rits and t bat summons there up
on be issued out of said court aga nst the above nam
ed defendants, returnahle on tbe first day of the
term of sa-d county court to be held at the court
bouse in said county on the first Monday of Feb
ruary A. D. 1893, as is by law required, and which
suit is still pending.
Now unless you appear in said court on the first
day of the March term thereof to he held at tha
courthouse in tbe city of Rook I Bland, in said
county and state on the first Monday of March A.
I. 1893, and plead, answer or demur to the peti
tion there In filed tbe same will be taken as
confessed against you and judgment thereon
against you entered accordingly.
Dated this I8ih. day of Jamiarv, A. D. 199S.
H.IALMAR KoilLSR, Clerk.
McEnirt a NicEmbt Solicitors.
(Mil IP g
Edward L. Bamsati. Claiik U. Buford.
HAM1WATT & BUFOED.
ARCHITECTS, Rock Island, 111 Otllce Room
41, .Mitchell & Lyiide building.
GEO. P. STAUDUHAR
Plau aDd superintendence for all class of
tt.Rinis 53 and 5S, Mitchell & Lynde bulldina
Broadway, Cor. Prince St.. New York City.
Refitted and renovated under new management,
on the European pln.
Room rales Si a day and upward.
Restaurant equal to the best in the city at mod
etreet rare from all R. R. stations and steam
boat and ferry landirgf pass tbe door.
lilLDREm A ALLEN, P-p's.
K ho desires a (rood business nosltmn m thn TCr:n
fair city should write at once for Prospeetua of the
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health. The first discovery of a medical cure ren
dering an operation with the knife unnecessary
hereafter. This Remedy has never been knowa
to fall . tl per box, 6 for 55 j sent by mall. Why
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guarantee is positivly given with a bottles, to re
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"Good Rooms by day or night
WM. GLASS, Proprietor.
Manufacturer of all kinds of
BOOTS AND SHOES
Gent' Fine Khoea a specialty. K?rrin done neatly and promptly .
A share f year patronage reecectfullv ac.ir'ted.
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B. F. DeGEAR,
Contractor and Builder
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oi carpenter work a apedalty. rlano and eetimatet for a.i an-f
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All Kinds ol Carpenter Work Done.
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