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'I UK AHGUS, MOKUAi' M,hClI27.
Published Dally and Weekly at 16M Seconl
Arenue, Rock Island, 111.
J, XV. POTTF.U,
U N I S BEL
Tm Daily Mic prr month. ekly f.UU
par annum; in advance $1 .5u.
All eommnnlcat:oi)a of a critical or arxamenta
ti character, political or religious, mnst hare
rial name attacne.l for pnblicaUoo. No sack
tleles will be printed over Icluions atgnatares.
Aoojraione cnmmuoicatinti not noticed.
Oorrrapondeuee noHci'rd fro . every township
a Hoci Island conuu .
Monday, Makch 27, 1&93.
Democratic City-Tow nnhip Ticket.
For Mayor TIIOMAS J. MED ILL, JK
For CHyCierk ALBERT 1. DTJESIXG
For City Treasurer JAME4H. BCFOSD
For Police Magistrate II. C. WIVIL'.
ForA.tnt Snpervi-or PACLTUIKBEN
For Astcs'or J K. JOHNSTON
For Collector EDWARD BAUERSFELD
For Janice, cf .he Peace ...J adS
For Constables L1EBKKKNECI1T
First Ward WILLIAM ROTI1
Second Ward FiSED SCHROEDER
Third Ward DANIEL CORKEN
Fourth Ward W. C. MAUCKER
Fifth Ward IJOBEHT KUSCHMANN
8ixth Wad JOHN KONOSKT
teveoth Ward FSFDISAKD IV BEIS
The ran who attempts to do busi
ness without advertising1 has been
aptly compared to a young fellow
winking at a pretty girl in the dark.
He may know what he is doing but
nobody else does.
Once more the lawless band that
lollows Apache Kid has been scattered
to the winds. Kid escaping alone and
distressingly whole of skin. Thi9
little episode happens with so rig-id a
regularity that it may be said to
have become a habit. It is either
this, or fiction.
THE HORSE THAT FALLS DOWN.
How the Poor Brute la Treated
Betnffa Claiming; to Ho Human.
New York wants the world's fair
opening postponed a few days in
order not to conflict with the naval
parade to be held in New York bay.
It is supposed that the New Yorkers
would be perfectly content to let Chi
cago pay for the fair, provided they
are permitted to run it.
The best types of our business men
are never failures in the administra
tion of public affairs. They are
especially successful in municipal
positions, and in our national councils
there has been distinguished ex
amples of this class of officials who
have left behind them records re
markable for brilliancy ana useful
There seems to be a fatality which
pursues murderous cranks. The man
who only wounded Millionaire Mackay
and killed himself is only one of a
number of would-be assassins who,
failing- in their first purpose, have
been successful in making their own
quietus. All in all assassination
doesn't seem to be a safe business for
The kind of work requirea on farms
at this season of the year can be done
by any ordinarily intelligent person.
Whoever refuses to take advantage
of the opportunity to thus secure em
ployment should be immediately de
nied further aid. Any assistance
thereafter rendered them would be
only depriving to that extent the
Years ago a man left his wife in
Germany and settled in Illinois. The
other day he died, and according to
the terms of his will his heart, neatly
pickled, is on its way across the sea
to the widow's address. It will do
an object lesson to her, and show
that she had been mistaken in her
estimate of her husband. She had
considered him heartless.
Participation in scandals of large
size appear to be deleterious to the
health. Tne death of Reinach in
Paris and the cross-examination to
which his stomach was subjected are
Btill remembered. Now Zerbi of
Rome, a factor in the banking steals,
has betaken himself from evidence,
and it is feared that his stomach will
prove as non-committal as the Frenchman's.
The Mississippi river is again look
ing hungrily down from its bed upon
the streets of New Orleans. Levees
have been built and the bed of the
river thus raised until the danger to
that city is a very real and present
one. It is time something was done
to provide a place for the superfluous
waters of the river to abide until
they can find their way to tb.9 culf
In electing nineteen editors to con
duct the Yale News for the ensuing
year, what is supposed to be the in
tellectual department of that paper
ought to be amply provided for. It
goes without saying that there are
no reporters on a college paper.
Collegians who enter the broad fields
of journalism are always editors until
after they graduate and are obliged
to earn their living.
Chili, it is said, will send no ex
hibit to the world's fair, because she
"has not forgotten the Baltimore in
cident." The absence of the exhibit
will not be very important. The. al
legation of a good memory is, how-
ought to cherish the Baltimore inci
dent and draw therefrom a lesson in
food manners that will extend its be
nln influence even to the third and
A tug at the reins yank, haul, pull,
No use; down he goes, broadside,
with a snort of fear and a grunt of
The icy asphalt, when it starts in to
be slippery, knows where it is at.
A crowd at once gathers. A sym
pathetic lady in spectacles solicitously
"What's the matter?"
"Only a horse down, mum," volun
teers a bystander.
Yes, that is all; only a horse down.
Poor creature! Have you ever criti
cally observed this simple and familiar
metropolitan sight? asks the Washing
ton Star. No? There's a lesson in it.
There are always a dozen men ready
to assist in getting the fallen animal to
The man with the faded ginger hat
and antiquated coat grasps the horse
bv the ears. Hold his head down and
he can't struggle to his feet. Keep him
down at all hazards. The ginger hat
generally places one knee on the
animal's head; sometimes it's both
knees. This snakes the ginger hat
feel big in the ej-es of the spectators.
The harder the ginger hat can press
the poor brute's head into the un
yielding pavement the happier he
feels. It's the horse underneath and
not the ginger hat. Grind his e3'e
nearest the pavement into the sharp
icy particles; put it out if possible. If
you succeed in blinding the beast the
more credit to you.
The man with the leeward eye seizes
the horse by the nose. Shut off his
wind without fail. This makes him
struggle violently, and affords the
ginger hat a golden opportunity to get
in an extra grind on the horse's eye
and a pull at the ears. The leeward
man also places his knee on the nose
and yanks the bit so that the ring will
flay the corrugated roof of the horse's
mouth down to smoothness. The
horse doeu't like this. The owner
doesn't cave. A horse with a sore
mouth eats less.
Strange as it may appear, the horse
is uneasy. Horses are not inconsider
ate of polite attention. So the man
with the calico shirt jumps on the
animal's hip, and of course this grinds
the hair and skin off the under hip.
Ii'.'.t no matter; keep him down if it
takes an army.
Horses under these circumstances
seem to be unreasonable. The man
with the game leg gets in his work
now. He's been waiting anxiously in
the crowd for the chance. The horse
has a raw sore under the saddle.
The man with the game leg grasps
the saddle with both hands, braces his
feet against the animal's back, pulls,
and presses, and peels off the raw, sen
sitive flesh by the square inch. Theend
of the saddle ring is pushed through
the hair padding and bores auother
hole on the other side of the veitebra.
And still the horse continues to strug
gle. Ah! now it is the driver's turn. He
has been unfastening the harness and
traces and all is free.
Stand clear;" he shouts.
The ginger hat puts out the horse's
eye for good, the calico shirt makes
the bare hip bone and pavement meet,
the game leg pulls off an extra chunk
of raw flesh, while the leeward eye
causes the blood to run from the lacer
ated m until.
It wouldn't do. you know, to let the
horse gel no "oy his own unaided ef
forts. o as the torturers release their
holds the driver brings that cruel lash
once, twice, thrice down upon t Ik ribs,
that raise we!; on the quivering flesh
as Wi as u man's linger.
Now he is up. nervou. t l eiri ili;i :r.
excited, sore. and lame. No matter, h
is only a horse.
Dig Australian Eels.
A letter writer in Australia speaks
of a huge eel, which is sometimes met
with in the lakes or large rivers in the
interior of that country. His first in
troduction to them was somewhat orig
inal. He had been swimming near
the shore in a beautiful secluded bay,
and feeling fatigued seated himself on
a log nearly as large as his body. which
seemed to be resting on the pebbly bot
tom. Suddenly the log slipped from
under him aud moved gracefully away.
It proved to be an eel 15 feet in length.
We offer One Hundred Hollars Re
ward for any case of catarrh that
cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh
F.J. Cheney & Co., Props., Toledo.O
We the undersigned, have known
N. J. Cheney for the last 15 years,
and believe him perfectly honorable
in all business transactions and
financially able to carry out any o!
ligations made by their firm.
West & Trnax, Wholesale Druggists.
Walding, Kinnan & Marvin. Whole
sale Druggists, Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter
nallv, acting directly upon the blood
anil mucous surfaces of the system.
Price 75c per bottle. Sold by drug
gists Testimonials free.
What the Hon. George G. Vest sav
in regard to the superiority to the
Hirschberg's diamond and non
"l am usinir classes wnien i pur
chased from Prof. Hirschberg and
they are the lest I ever tried; it af
fords me great pleasure to recommend
Prof, Hirschberg as an excellent op
tician, and his classes are simplv un
equalled in my experience.
G. G. V EST.
These spectacles are for sale bv T.
H Thomas, agent for Rock Islam!
A eentleman was dooniv in Inra Tin vfr
the object of his affections one evening at
a crowded ball and as h nnM nnt- firwi
opportunity of talking to her he contrived
to slip into her hand a piece of paper with
the two words, "Will yon T" written noon it.
rwn . i 1 1 . .
im reply was cqu&uy oriel:
-Won't If" New York World.
Futate or Max Gatettenbiuer, Deceased.
Tne undernifrne.l having been appointed exe
cutrix of ibe lat will and testament of MaxGstel
tenhaner, late of the count j of Kock lelintl, - '
f Illinois, defeased, hereby give notice tha ah
lil appear before the county court of Kock Inland
county, at tb- office of t!i clerk of raid court, in
the cily of Hock )aitri. at the May term on
the firrt Von.iay iu .May next, at which time
all persons having cla'.m aca net said estate are
notified and requested to attend, for the purpose
of having the tame adjusted, r 11 persons in.
dabted toaaid estite are requested to make im
mediate payment to the undersigned.
Dated ibis 28th dav of rVbruary, A. 1). ltta.
a Lit oe Letters Patent.
By virtue of an order of the county court of the
countv of fio k Island .Yarih II. IHM, made lo
the estat- of Chf rlt-s E Hiwr. ileceared, the un
dersigned will ell at ptiv&te sale f eitain Utters
patent of the l'niid Stales, trsued to aid de
ceased. Lett rt l atent tor a -.minmttor for i -namo
marhint . No. 82S.so9. tiat it tel SO, 1S8.,
serial No. 130,WJ; S'i Ijttere patent lor a gai
vanic r-a'trry. No. S4,6. da'e fept al, 1SSS.
serial No. 190.1 -.28 1 wtl. suit said letters patt-bt
io .he hi(?heft btdd' r. Win receive seulej bi's
fcr the wme at ary time before .-pri! in. next,
reseiving the riuiu to reject anr at d all bids
feck lsliU' , I Uiiicff . Mnrcli 20 lsvi.
WILLIAM J ACKSOV,
Adniinir-trau r de bont noti of estate cf said
JOTICK IN ATTACH MI" NT.
SrvTfc. OK 1LUMI. (
Kock IsijkXD fot-T . t
IVunty ronrr of h'o.k Island county, March
Tern.. A. V. 1-SW.
Montpelier l iie Company vs. Eli Ilronson, in
Public notice is hereby eiven to the aid Ell
Iirotison H at a writ of at aclinn-nt issuec out of the
office of the clerk of the county court of Kock Isl
ano countv dated th ltitn day of February. a.U.
1SS3, at the suit of the rai.i M-iupe!ter TiU Com
panv irnJ apaiiist thtestan of the said Eli Hionson
for the sum of two hundred and twenty-two dol
lars aid nir.e cent;, dir;cTod t" the sheriff of raid
Kock lsla: d com ty, which bid writ has Deen re
turned exetutt d.
N w, therefore, nnk-ss you, the raid EM Bron
son shall versot ally be ar.d aajiear b fore the
faid roui tv court of Kock I? arii county on the
first day cf Ih-next term thereof, to be holden
at the coutt hon-e in the iitv of Hock Island, in
said county, ou th Tbi te nth ay of March A.
U. jMe spccUl bail and pii-ad to the said
plaintiff's ailmn, judfimi tit will be entered
a:a nt you, and in favor of the sid Monnti elier
Tile coniany and io tn. ch of the vro erty at
tached as may be fbfticiert to satisfy the saul
jndgrocut ana cos-ts, w.ll be so d to satisfy the
Clerk of the County Co'irt.
Jsckton A Hurst. l':aictifl Attorneys.
Kock Isinnn rpi. l A. - l'
STATE OF ILLINOIS. I
Rock Island Coctctt, f
In the circuit cittrt. In t hancer :
John A. Sclieli vs. John Setback and Henry
Scha k. heirs cf John Pctiack. deceased.
Foreclosure General Mi. 34.C.
Notice is hereby civen that by virtue of a de
cree of said court entered in the above entitled
cause on toe 10th dry of ehrcarv.A 1. 118,1 shall
on Saturday, the 8th day of April.A D.lSi. at the
hour of 1 o'cli oli in the af'.etncon, at the court
house, in the city of Rock lslaud. in said county
of liock Iland. to satisfy said decree, sell at pub
lic vendue to the hu-hest bidder for csh thai cer
tain parcel of land, s tmt in thecoi ntvoi toc
Island and state of Illinois, known ana described
a follows, to-wit:
The nor h nineteen (19) acres of the rorthwc st
quarter of the notthwest quarter of rection eigh
t.en il) township sixteen (lti) range five (ft)
Dated at Rock Iland, Illinois. Ihis 8th dav of
March. A. 1). 1H3. HENRY CI ItTl?,"
aster in Chancery. Erck If and County, 111.
Thosas Ukown. Complainant's Solicitor.
state of illinois, i
Kock Isi.anu ('oi-xtt, I
In the Circuit Court, in Chsnccry.
May t rm A. I).. 1.-93.
Mar Teterson vs Krtiert Peterson.
Aflidavit of non-resuience of Eme-t Peterson
the above defendant, having bet n filed in the
clerk's office of the c.rcnit court, notice is hereby
given to lh- sa;d ron-resideM d f eiidnnt that the
compliinbiit filed ter bi l of complaint in said
court, on the chancery side thereof, on the sev
enteenth day of March. lS!t5. and that thereupon
a summot.s issned out of said court, w herein suid
nut is now jiendinrf, r tntnable rn the first Mon
day in the mot th of May rext, as is by law re
quired. Now. utile s you. the said ton teident
defendant above named, shall personally he and
appear before said circuit court on the first ony of
the next terra theicof, to be holder, at Kock lsl
and in and Jor the said cuunty, c n the first Mon
day in May not. at d rl ad. arswer or demur to
the nid complainant's bill of complaint, t he same
and the rratters and things iherein charged and
stated will be taken as con'esscd, and a decree
entered against you according to theprajerof
GEORGE W. GAM BI.E. Cletk.
Rotk Island. Illinois. March 17. 1S93.
Jackson Hukst, C MnplainanCe Solicitor.
STATE OP ILLINOIS. 1
HniK Isust) CucsiT. f
In the county cotm or said county to the March
Term, A. D. ltftl.
J. R. Johns'on, administrator to the estate of
Thomas B. O'l oured. ceceased, vs William
O'Dow ell, Patrick O'lVinnel". Michael O'Donnell,
Mary Fitzgihkons, Jan es t)'Dcnr.ell, Margareth
O'Dontieiir Mary o'Honnell Maurice O'lHinneli,
Nora O'Doni e i. John r O'Donnell, Maggie
.'Donnell, Minnie J. O'Connell, and Marr Ainti
Afliidavit of non-residence of the sa'd alary
O'Donnell. John F O'lMnnell. Maggie O'Donnell,
Minnie J O'l'onnell. Nora O'Poriiielt, Manrice A.
U'Domell. James O'Donnell. Patrick O'Donnel',
and Mary Agnes OToci:ell, having been filed tn
the office of tbe cieik f said county court. otice
s hereh given to the said Patrick OTonnell,
Mary O'Donnell. Mattrce O'Donnell, John F.
O'Donnell. Maggie "Inii II. Minnie J. O'Don
nell Nora O'Lonnell, Mary Agnes O'Donnell and
Janus O Donnell heirs of the said Thomas B.
O'Doinell. defeased that tLe said t'amts K.
Johnston administrator f the estate of Thomas
B. "Donnell, deceased, filed in tbe connty
court on the 17ih day of 'arch, A. P. 12, his
petition making the sld Patrick O'Donnell. Mary
(..'Donnell Maurica t 'DonnelL John F. O'Don
nell. Maggie 'ii nn II. Minnie J. O'Donnell.
Nora O'Donnell, Mary Ames o'D.nrie.l. James
O'Donnell, and others, defendants, praying 'or an
order dlrectirg him to sell forthe purpose of pay
ing tte debts of said estate the following described
real etat. to-wit :
'1 he ear t half oftbe northwest qnarter and the
east half of the southwest quarter cf section
tw.ntyone (il tifwnshlu riui't-'tn (19) north
rar ge three (a) east of the fourth (4) principal
meridan, aa es abii-lied by the surveyor general
of the Cnlted Mutes sitna'ed in the counties of
Pock Island -nd Wniteslde as tbe Hue between
thutw said count' s having been recently run
but subject to the 1 1 h-of way of the Rockford,
Kock gland & St. L.juis Railway Co , also the
following described real e-ta'e :
A certain tract or a reel of land In the north
west tjnaiter ol tbe nothwest quarter of section
twent. -eight (43) in township tineteen (19) north
ranee thr-e (3) east oi the fourth principal tne
lidiao at d dt s. r b. d as follows to-wit :
Beginning two hundred and taenty and eight
enthc (S-JO 8-1 ) r, et ea-tof the comer of sec
tions wen y, (SO), wenty-oue. c-1). twenty-eight,
(2S), ar.d tweLtv-uine in the township fore
said, thence south one hundred and ninety-eight
( SiSi feet, thence eighty-six and three-fourths
(Si) cerrees. ta-t ne hundred rod tixty-eight
(ISsi fet, thence north twenty nine and cne
foonh (5i) wst two hundred and sixteen (318)
feet to tbe section line, thence west on section
lire fl't -nine aid ore-third (59) Jeer to the
place of beg nnine situated in the town of Canoe
Creek cointies of Kock ltlaud and Whiteside and
state of Illino s.
Tl.at a sommtin thereupon be issned outof said
court against tbe abovenamed defendants, return
able oh tLe first day of the term of said county
court to be held at the court house in siid county
on the first Monday of Apr.l A. D.. 1893, as la by
tbe law requind. which nit Is pending. Now
nil less yon appear n said court, on the first day of
the It ay term thereon to be held at tbe court
honse in the city of Kock Island, in said county
and state, on the first Monday of May A. I. !9a,
and plead, answer er demur, to a petition there
in filed, the same wiil be taken as confessed
aeatnst yon. and judgmtrit there -.n against you
Dated this 18th day of Ma-efa. A. D. 1803.
. UJAoMAR KOHLBK, clerk.
ilcEatRT a cEbibt solicitor.
j PMINISTR xTOk'B NOTIOK
Estate of James Cox, Deceased.
The undersitrtied having been at pointed admin
istrator of the estate . f James C x. late
of the connty of Rock Island, sit e of Illinois, de
Ceased, hereby gives notice that te w-ill appear
before the county conrt of Ko k Island coun
ty, at the office of the clerk of seid court, in
the city of Rock Island, at the June term, on
the first Monday in June peat, at which
time all persons having claims agaits said es
tate are notified and requested to atteni. for the
purpose of having tbe same adjusted. All per
sons Indebted to said estate are requested to
mane immediate payment to the nndersignet-.
Dated this 22nd dav of March, A. D. 1S93.
UENKYL W'UEELAN. Administrator.
To the People oi Rock Island,
M. R. MOSES,
One of the oltU'st Opticians of C.'hi
caj;o. anil has tlio latost invert,
tions for troatingr vouncr anl
old, who has had -1 vcars'
e-vporionotN will he
Rooms 53-54, eoninienf-incj
SATURDAY. MARCH 25, 1893
and will he pleased tehe consulted by
his old patients and others in rr-p;ard
to defective eyesijjht.
Sufferers from Imperfect Vision
will tind certain relief by trying the
Professor's new system of adjusting
;lass, as the following testimonials
These are a few of his many hun
dreds of testimonials he has received
dtirinp; his 24 years of practice.
On account of other enp;arements
Prof. Moses can be consulted at the
Harper only Saturdays, Sundays and
JBr-sy-Consultat ion free.
Cikci'it Ci.r.RK's Orr.cK,
Uenrt CorKT' , 111. )
Cats br net, March IB. lS!3-To whom it may
concern: Prof. M. U. Moses, optician, of Chica
go, fitted for n e a pair of glasses in lSSi, which I
used almost continually for five yeais when I
had the misfortune to lose them.
I have new purchased of him a pir of specta
clea and a'so nose glasses with which I am well
nleased. I regard I'rcf . Moses a thorough opti
cian and recommend him to all in need of optical
goods. L. II. ran-sv. Clerk.
G exist. o. 111. March 4. 1J93. Frc f . M. R.
Moses fitted my eyes just three years ago and I
never expended any money to better advantage
in my life. My glasses have been worth hun
dreds of do'.larj to me, whereas before I fcaU been
troubled a gTet deal with headiche, a depressed
feeling, a oesire to close eyes. Now 1 can read
and write with pleasure. I kindly recommend
that all who are suffering with defective eyesight
or headaches will receive great satisfaction by
consulting- Prof. M. K. Moses. 1 remain yonts
respectfully. Jives L. Woossrrr.
Geneseo. 111., Feb. 29, 1833 When Prtf. Moses
was here three y ars ago I was greatly troubled
with my cjes. He fitted me a pair of glasses:
they provi d ve y satisfactory. They strencth
ened my eyes ro much that I seldom wear tacm
now. If yon peed glasses yon will do well to
consult the professor. Mrs. E. MORIY.
Pasa, 111., Jan. 23, 181 To whom It may con
cern: I will say with the grsatest astonishment
and most grateful thanks, that Prof. M. K. Moses
nave my wife the most perfect satisfacMon in
spectacles of any doctor I ever knew. Thirty
eight years ago she lost her ye-lftht and could
not distingnisn anyone she knew at a distance of
10 feet, and could' not read for 10 years, and I
rave been spending mnch money with doctors
for spectacles, bat row she Is satisfied. All who
have weak or deformed eyes will reap rich satis
faction by consulting Int. Moses. With best
wishes to all, I de not think that Doctor M. R.
Moses can be excelled. Respect. ully yours,
-i IP L
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A statement of each of the above cases will apponr a- -possible.
Too busy to either write them up or steal an "Ad
Dr. Wilson wishes to state here that no case will !'
for treatment where a complete cure cannot bejriven.
$5 A MONTH !
All patients will be treated until cured for .3 per im-iiii:-includes
consultation, examination, treatment anl incJi''!'1'
patients and for all diseases.
Scott Medical Institute,
OvekAmericas Expkess Co.
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- 2-21 Bra.lv street. Iav.-nj'' i;- h
SPECIALTIES Catarrh. Eje. Eir, Note. Thro', Lun?. Ner1'
eases. 8kin Diseases. Chronic Diseases.
Office Hours: 9 to 11 a. m., 2 to 4 p. m., 7 o 8 r- n.
Oa Sandays the office will be open from 9 a. m. to 4 p tn.
feleDAone 1098. 231 Twentieth street