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Uli. AUG US, THUHSDA T Ma ItCH 30.
P-bli-bed Dally tnd Weekly at li4 Secon
Avenue, Rock Wand, 111.
J, W. POTTF.K,
U N 1 6 M SjLA BEL
Tana Omily 6Uc pr mouth . v eely W.UO
gas mim; in advance i .nu .
n rnmniiinirstiil.y of a critical or argamenta
tlr character, political or religious, most hare
rial name attached for publication. No aoch
a-uele will be printed over tout ions signatures.
Aooymoos eommunica'ioiis not noticed.
Correspondem-e solicited fro every township
a kock isiano couuu .
Thursday, March SO, 1893.
Drmorntlr Clty-Townhip Ticket.
For Mayor THOMA J. MEDILL, JK
For City Clerk ALBERT I. DXES1XG
For City Treasurer JAM E M. BL FOKD
For Police Magistrate M. C. WIV1L'
. I F.C STAASSES
For Assistant Supet visors... PAl L miESEN
For Assessor . J II. JOHNSTON
For Collector EDWARD BAUERSFELD
For Justice of the Peace , h. A. BALDWIN
t .7. f.ARKIN'
For Constable E L1EBEKKNECHT
First Ward WILLIAM BOTH
Second Ward FRED SCHROEDER
Tfclrd Ward.... DANIEL CORKKN
Fourth Ward W. C. MACCKER
Fifth Wa:d IiOBEHT KUiCHMANN
Sith Wa d JOHN KONOSKY
fcevei th Wan! F K PI SAND 11. BKIN
The cost of the worM's fair will 1
-0,t o,( Nearly sfiJ.ono.OOO will
come l'ai-k in Mct-ns.-.
The question is no longer a to
who will le elected mayor of Uoek
Islaml. lnt how much will le Mr.
The transmission of written speech
ly wire is the latest feat of the elec
trician. Klectricity will soon be used
on every street ear line ami car in
The demand for all kinds of south
ern woods is very larjre at present
and most mills are full of work.
Sash and door factories are loaded
tip with Mock and will soon shut
It is not good polities, nor is it in
keeping with the spirit of the repub
lic, to elect a man to a responsible
executive position thrte times in
succession. Accordinylv so manv of
the people of the republic as reside
inJtfock Island will see to it that Me
Conochie is turned back this time.
The University of Illinois has in
the last two years increased in num
ber of students, in round numbers,
from 500 to 700, or 40 per cent. The
educational needs of the citizens of
the state and their growing appreci
ation of the university clearly insures
a similar rate of increase in years to
come, if suitable provision is made
for it; similar universities in adja
cent states Laving half the jopula
tion and wealth of Illinois, having
doubled their number of students in
attendance. The Illinois lesislature
should see that this deserving insti
tution is properly provided for.
The Lucania, the second of the
two new vessels built by the Fairfield
company, at Glasgow, for theCunard
line, was launched a few days ago, in
the presence of 80,000 spectators.
The vessels are the largest and most
perfectly equipped afloat. The di
mensions of the Lucania are: Length,
20 feet; breadth, C5 feet 3 inches,
and depth 43 feet. The propelling
machinery consists of two sets of the
most powerful triple expansion en
gines constructed; each has five
Cylinders, two high, one intermedi
ate, and two low pressure. The new
"Vessels mark a distinct advance in
construction of ocean steamers.
Their length is only some sixty feet
less than that of the Great Eastern,
mad it is expected that they will be
able to cross the Atlantic in five
How London la Taxed.
The total expenditure on the local jjov--eminent
of London in tbe year 1SS!M0 was
10,726,000, or as much as an Australian
colony. This was equal to 3 10s. StL per
head of population. The rates were levied
upon a ratable value of 31,580,000, bo that
the amount per pound was Gs. 1KL. but the
ratepayer only paid 4s. 10d. of this amount.
The central rates fall equally upon all the
parishes, but tbe rates for parish purposes
are very unequal, ranging from 3s. 9$d.
down to Is. yiCL For imperial and local
purposes combined London pays in taxa
tion approximately 17,000,000. The In
land revenue returns show that the total
Incomes earned in London amount to 123,
513,000, so that the burden of taxation
amounts to 14 per cent. The balance of the
loans outstanding at the end of 1891 was
48,032,000. Pall Mall Gazette.
Harmony In Guests.
My dear, don't you intend to In rite Mr.
and. Mrs. Green to your party?" asked Mr
"Why not, my dear? They are good
friends of ours."
"What if they are? I am going to invite
Mr. and Mrs. Brown."
"Well, can't yon invite the Greens as
Why, John Biller, you shock me with
your taste. Brown and Green in my parlor
- ..- -- TCViw nntt vmi'll ba ukvng ma
Sending In a Card.
Say what ye will o city ways, they ain't the
kind fer me.
I found that out the time I went a-visltin' ter
My son, who's doin' bizness In a block about
O' the Allerhany mountains er I can't be
lieve my eyea.
I thought I wouldn't write him I was comin.
but I'd make
Tbe trip all unbeknownst ter him, an' walk
light In an' take
Him unawares, because I knowed surprise M
make the Joy
Lots Bremer to lum when I stood right there
before the boy.
An' when I stepped inside the door, expectin'
there to nee
My own dear son, a little office kid stepped up
And when I Raid I'd see Steve Jones he said
ter me, "Old pnrd.
You can't see Mr. Jones until you've sent him
In your card."
Jehosopliat! but I was mad an' said ter him
I'd like ter take ye 'cross my knee and tan ye
If Stephen Jones is in this place you trot him
out." paid I,
"This tliinr of oendin' in yer card don't fit yer
At that some other fellers all commenced a-
An' one laid down his pen an' said, "My lords,
what have we hervH"
In just erbout a niinnit I'd a-thrashed the
Had not my son come in just then an cleared
the matter up.
Colar Rapids Gazette.
ST. LUKE S SUMMER.
"1 f she be not so to me.
What care 1 how fair she be'"
sung Ronald Hume, with considerable
conviction and a very decent baritone
"That's all nonsense." said a girl
who was sitting on the floor in a large
bay window of the room surrounded
by bound volumes of Punch.
"-What's all nousense?" asked the
"Why. that sentiment of yours. It's
narrer. Fair for you, indeed! That
is a mere detail; the fairness is the
important point, whether the subject
be a woman or a teapot! That is, of
course, if you have any taste or decent
feeling; but possibly that is the trouble.
Don't you agree with me. May?" ap
pealinjr to the accompanist, who was
stiil sitting at the pianoforte.
"As to the narrerness of the senti
ment I suppose you mean?" she said,
smiling. "Well," I had not thought
much about it, to sav the truth, but I
did think how well your brother was
singing, and evidently that must have
struck you, too. Lucy, since you at
tacked him on his faithful rendering of
another man's thoughts."
"There, Lu!" exclaimed Ronald, tri
umphantly, with his eyes fixed eagerly
on the last speaker's face. "What a
pity it is that you, too, could not take
that view of my performance."
"I should have striven to do so, my
dear, if I had any grounds for pre
suming that my favorable opinion
could affect you so strongly as as
"Mr. Rosseter," interrupted Ronald,
hastily, "have you any thing sharp or
sweet to say about my song? I think
it is your turn now."
The man addressed was leaning back
on a deep sofa-seat in the shadowed
recess between the windows. One
arm was pillowed on a heap of cushions,
the hand shading eyes that 'looked
steadily toward the pianoforte, the
other lay across an open book that he
had been reading.
"I am afraid, Ronald," he said, let
ting his upraised arm drop, and lifting
himself slightly "I am afraid that 1
agree with Lucy in not much admiring
the last words of your song. They
are philosophical, no doubt, and sooth
ing, but :ugue a rather poor capacity
for enjoyment. It is indeed well to
hold as one's own any perfect thing,
whether, as Lucy says, il be a teapot
or a woman; but 'a thinn of beauty'
should indeed be a joy forever" -a sad
jov. H'i'h.ip. if the treasure be out of
reach, but still a joy. by reason of its
beauty, not of our possession. There
is a sermon lor you! And all the
time, as Lady May said, you were ouly
rendering faithfully, as should all good
exponents, the opinions of another
that is so. Lucy."
"Possibly," she answered, rather im
patiently. " "I say. Ronald, if you are
going to ride over to the Sandfords
and be back before dinner, hadn't you
belter be off? May and I are going
over to Roseveare. Come, take an oar
won't you, Mr. Rosseter?"
"Yes, with pleasure now?"
"We shall be ready in ten minutes.
Come, May," and the two girls left the
"It's rather hard luck having to go
all that way this afternoon, isn't it?"
said Ronald, "just to take a message to
those Sandford girls, too!"
"I thought you told rue in the winter
that 'those girls' were very pretty and
'awfully good sort?'"
"Oh, so they are, of course; but
then you see "
"Yes, I see," said the older ruan.with
a smile. "Well, cheer up, my boy; it
won't last long, and you have time
"Yes," rather moodily, "I have time
befors me and what else?"
Luke Rosseter looked at the hand
some young face, now somewhat down
cast. "Is it not 'delicious doubt' then?"
"Good heavens, no! I hate that sort
of thing. The worst certainty is bet
ter than the fairest doubt to me."
"Ah!" he softly whispered the con
cluding bars of Ronald's song. "Then
the remedy is in your own hands?"
"I suppose so. Well, I must be
off. I wish we could change places,"
he said, laughing, "for this afternoon."
"For this afternoon," Rosseter mur
mured, as Hume left the room. "Is
"May," said Lucy Hume to her friend
when they were coming down-stairs,
"I won't ask you to come up to the
house at Roseveare. If they are out
I shall only have to leave a message,
and if they are in I sha'n't stay very
long. You won't mind sitting in the
boat with St. Luke?"
"Oh, that is what mother and I al
ways call him, his name being Luke
He really is a saint.
"Dear me! , I shouldn't have thought
It : . . ..
oniy aoout tne oesi sortoi man gum-;.
He was my father's dearest friend.
And since his death he has been so
good to us, helping us in every con
ceirable way and only grieving us by
his many absences."
"His - oh, when he is exploring
and shooting, isn't it? Aud he is just
"Yes, immediately. It is horrid!
And for longer than usual two or
three years. Most of it right in the
middle of Africa, I believe. And he
never seems to get one's letters, so we
may all be dead or married when he
comes baok. with one arm and half an
"Is it our beauty or your hero's that
is to suffer?" said May, laughing.
"His. of course. But beauty?
Then you don't think him 'uot the
least handsome,' as do the Saudford
"I! I think his face sometimes
beautiful and always most interest
ing." Lucy laughed, and opening the
drawing-room door called to Mr. Ros
seter that they were ready. He joined
them and they walked across the lawn
to the river, where the boat lay moored
at the little lam'ing-place.
"Oars?" said Miss Hume.
"No. sculls, please," he answered.
"I will take you this last time, if I
When they reached the place where
I. iicy ished to land she jumped out,
"If they are in I must stay a mo
ment, but won't In? hv.isr- Take care
It was a still, sunny July day, and
Rosseter lei the boat drift, a few yards
under I lie shade of some overhanging
boughs, where lie made her fast.
"This is delicious," said May, lean
ing back and looking up through the
leave; "will you smoke, Mr. Rosseter.
to annoy the gnats?" And as ho
lighted a cigar, "it seems impossible
that you can be starting to-morrow in
search of advent tires."
"It does indeed, to-day. but I am
afraid to-morrow will be inexorable."
"To-morrows are often hateful."
"And yesterday so sweet! But is it
right that you should speak so of tomorrows-
you who can make them
whal you will!"
"fan I? Wbocan? 'And who would
care for them if made awry?"
"If site bo not so to me.
What rare I- "
"Poor Ronald!" she laughed, while
the color rose in her face, "you were
rather hard on his song which he
sung very well; and afler all wc set
tled that it was some one else's
He noted the words and the flush on
her cheek, but missed the laugh and
the look in her eyes.
"Poor Ronald!" I am going
away to-morrow. Lady May, and that
song interests me very much. Will
yon tell me. do you think it a good
creed to care for nothing that we can
not "jrasji? to "
"Oh! no! no!" she exclaimed, and
then, checking herself, "but you see.
"Yes. Ronald ah. here is Lucy."
About three years later, on a still
October afternoon. Lucy Hume, who
was alone in her room, heard a knock
at the door.
"Come in." she said, aud her maid
appeared to tell her. with some excite
ment, that Mr. Rosseter was in the
"Mr. Rosseter!" she exclaimed, and.
rushing past the woman, ran down
stairs and dashed into the drawing
room. "Is it really you?" she said, seizing
Rosseter's hands. "You, with all your
arms and legs and eyes. 1 am sorry
mother is out she won't be long
aren't vou? And did vou come here
"I tlid come straight here as soon as
I set foot in England. And, let me see
1 in not long ami am sorry is that
what you asked? How well you look,
Lucy ami prettier than ever. You
are not mairico. are you?"
"No. not i." she ansmered calmlv,
see of course!
"Ronald is, vou know.
Did vou ret
any letters, ever?"
"Ronald yes. of course. Letters?
Well, no. I never got auy. You know
how hopeless I am about having them
"But then, how "
"Lucv. come and walk bv the river,
"Oh, by the by Oh. yes. I'll
come. You go lirst and I'll get my
hat. You can see Ronald and his wife
by and by. They are here"
He walked slowly across the grass
and looked at the river flowing silently
past, as it had flowed that summer
day three years ago. Then the sun
was shininj and the river glistened
among bright green and gay flowers.
Now it passed on, quietly, darkly,
bearing away red and golden relics
from the drooping trees. He turned
away as a woman came round the bend
of the garden toward him.
"Already!" lie thought, and then
moving forward said. "Lady May!"
She had not seen him, and as she
heard his voice, raised ber eyes with a
"I beg your p:vdon." he said. "I'm
afraid 1 si art 1.- i vou."
"Indeed iti te.-1 you did." she said.
"I happened ju.-t then to be thinking
of you and so "
"I see." he laughed; "the proerb is
"Have you seen Lucv?"
"Yes. and she told me you were
' "You kuow she is goin" to be mar
ried?" " "
"I gathered so from her elaborate
"You gathered! Didn't you get their
letters in your wild wanderings?"
"Then you didn't know of Ronald's
"That, I think, I knew. Just now
Lucy mentioned it."
"I wonder if you will like his wife?"
Luke Rosseter flashed, and said
rather coldly: '
i mvr. rwt ttr jranse to
seen ner when sue was ituss iciuun.
1 "Miss Vernon!" he exclaimed. "He
; married Mist Vernon and not "
"Oh! I see! Yon thought. no, Mr.
Rosseter. he didn't marry me!" And
she laughed, laughed. on softly at the
light on his face.
"Ah! you were not. then, 'so to him.'
and so "
"He does not care and we are all
very good friends. And you see that,
contrary to Lu's predictions, none of
us have died and only one of us have
married, since you left."
"And vou? Are vou well and hap
py?" "I am very well and happy."
"Not very happy," he said, taking
her hands, listening to the rippling
of laughicr t hat she could not check,
and watching the glistening of her
eyes that she could not hide.
"I think very."
He looked down at the hands that
he held between his own.
"May. May!" he said, "it is autumn
tide now doubly so with me. How
can I dare "
"Do you know" and her hands
trembled in his "do you know that it
is St. Luke's summer?"
And they walked on through the
rustle of red ami golden leaves in the
ruddy light of the setting October
sun. London World.
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XECUTOR 8 NOTICE
Estate of Max Gstettcnbauer. Deceased.
Tne undersigned havicK been appointed exe
cutrix of the last will and testament of MaxGstet
tenbaaer, late of the county of Rock Island, sinte
i f Illinois, deceased, hereby gives notice tha ;
will appear before the county court of Kock Island
county, at the office of the clerk of said conrt, in
tbe city of Rock Island, at the May term, on
the first Monday in May next, at which time
all persons having claims acainst said estate are
notified and requested to attend, for the purpose
of having the same adjasted. All persons in
debted to said estate arc requested to make in
mediate payment to the undersigned.
Dated this 2Sth dav of February. A. D. 1368.
Estate of Emanuel M Feaster. Deceased.
The undersigned having been appointed admin
istratrix of the estate of Emanuel M. Feas
ter. late of the county of Rock Island, state of
Illinois, deceased hereby fives notice that she
will appear before tbe county court of Rock Isl
and county, at tbe office of the clerk of said
court, in the city of Rock Island, at tbe June
term, on tbe first Monday in June A. D., ism,
next, at which time all persons havine claims
against said estate are notified and requested to
attend, for the purpose of having the same ad
justed. All persons indebted to said estate are reaues
ted to make immediate payment to the under
signed. Dated this -7th dav of March A. D. 1593.
MINNIE A. FEA-TER, Administratrix.
gALK oe Letters Patent.
By virtue of an order of the ccocty court of the
county of Rork Island March It. l'f93, msde in
the estate of Chrrles E Piper, deceased, the un
dersigned will sell at private sale ceitatn letters
patent or the United states. Issued to said de
ceased. Letters patent for a commutator for dy
namo macblnts. So. 328.S59. dated Cct. 20, 1SST,
serial No. 1.0,590; aiso letters patent for a gal
vanic bauery. No. 349,600, dated Sept xt, lsst!.
serial No. 190.133 I will sell said letters patrnt
to ibe highest bidder. Win receive sealed bids
for the same at any time before April VJ, next,
reserving the rieht to reject any acd all bids.
Rock Island, Illinois, March 'M. lHe).
Administrator de bonis non of estate of said
STATE OF ILLINOIS, I
Rock Island Couktt, l M'
In the circuit court. In chancerv:
John A. Schell vs. John cback and Henry
Schack. heirs of John Scback. deceased.
Foreclosure General No. fH.'S.
Notice is hereby Riven that by virtue of a de
cree of said court entered In tbe above entitled
cause on tbe 10th day of Kebruary.A.D. 1893,1 shall
on Saturday, the 8th day of April.A.D.lMM, at the
hour of 1 o'clock in the afternoon, at the court
house, in the city of Rock Island, in said county
of Kock Island, to satisfy said decree, sell at pub
lic vendue to the highest bidder for cash that cer
tain parcel of land, s tnata in tbe countv oi Kock
Ulan a and state of Illinois, known and described
as follows, to-wit :
Tbe north nineteen (19) acres, of the northwest
quarter of the northwest quarter of section eigb
wen (18) township sixteen (16) range live i5)
Dated at Rock Uland, Illinois, this 8th day of
March. A. D. 1S93. HENRY CURTIS,
akter in Chancery, Rock Island County, 111.
Tuoaas ISbowk, Complainant's Solicitor.
Washes sverything from a tine
silk handkerchief to a circus
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No. 1724 THIRD AVE.
A. M. 6c I. J. P.
Yu Should KnoW
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Standard Quality VOght Ij
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UBLICATION NOT! OK.
STATE OF ILLINOIS, I
Kock Island Cocxit, "
In the Circuit Court, in Ch.
May trrm A. I).. 1-s.l.
Mary Peterson vs Ernett IVi-rs"a.
Affidavit of non-residence of K:l- ft f-:'-.
the above dctVnJat.t. having line :l 'it
clerk's office or the circuit court. rn:nv -t-t- t
given to the sa:d non-residcr.t Ut-r.t.:ir:
comjil-ilnatit tiled her bill of c.t:nj.:a.-: -court,
on the chancery si. le thereof, or. '
enteenth d-y of March. I?y3. acil tht ::;-.r-a
summoiis issued out of said co;.rt. m -tirst-suit
is now pcnditia, rttnrnabif on ;iK- i'-'- '
day in the uiotth of May next, es !y unre
quired. Now. unlo s yor.. ihe s.la r. -n
defendant above nauii d. sbaii it-r. ':.-.'.' :
appear before safd circuit coi:rr or. t:.i- :".r-: ' -the
next term thontif, to be ho'.d-r. v. !;'
and in and for the said cininty. i n !.' - :"
day in May Kelt, atd pi' -il. ari r i" :.-"'-the
said complainant's bill of c'trp a.t '. '.is.
and the matters and thiuirs thi-r i rJ. .ir.--; -'
stated wi'.l be taken as contVsstd. an: i
entered acains: you according to t:ie : :a;."
GEORGE W. GAMPI.K C ,-i.
Rock Island. Illinois, March IT. t-J'
Jackson & Di kst, Craiplaiuan'.'s S '
STATE OF ILLINOIS. I s
Kihk Island Cotsir. )
In the county cour? of said courty ' -'
Term, A. D. ls'.B.
J. R. Johnston, ailmiiil-itralor t :'.- -':
Thomas 15. O'I'oiuhm!. rteceu-t d. '- '
O'Donnell, Patrick O Ijiiiu 11. M :!:: " '
Marv Fitsihhoiis. Jarct s I'Donrt K. ''
O'DounelC Mary O'Doi ni-.l Ma :r.c "
ora u Donren. .lotin r u in
o'lxinnell. Miuuic J . o Cumtil
ul.d -V -;
O'Donnell. , ,, .
Afllidatil of non-residence of th- - . -O'Donnell.
John F. O'lionnei". M-'-' " ' 1 Ilt
Minnie J . O'Donnell. Nora O'I'oliu . . V ;' '
O'Donnel!. James O'Donaell. l'atfir- ".''
and Mary Aenes O'Donnell, haii:ir J-'i- '- ':
tbe office of ibe cieik of said county o:.-t.
is herebv given to the sid Patric- k- ; "-
Mary O'Donnell. Manr ce 0'Por iif-:..
O'Donnell. Maggie i'lonn 11, M it.t.: - V
cell, -ora li Uoncell, .vary a's "
Jamis O'Dcnnell hrir of the s- d
O'lor.nell. deceased that ttiC sa;d
Johnston, administrator of the e:-f
. .' T . -
It. O'Donnell, deceased, filed iu !- . , '.
court on tbe ITih day of Marrn, A," '- " v -petltion
making the said Patrick .Kr.t.r... -O'Donnell
Maurice O'Donnell, Joli" 1
nell, Maggie tVIK nu 11. .Miim.e .! ""
Nora O'Donucll, Mary Agnes O D t : r-
O'Donnell, aud others, di trn'Jat.i-. ft -J" , ,
order direct icir him to sell fertile 1 '.'
ing the ilebtsof said estate t lie follow ..
real estate, to-wit :
Theeasthalf of tbe n..rtliwet -zt
east half of the southwest qatru-r '' ' .'-z
twenty one (21) township rinetet :. ' ;.
range three Vi ea-t of the fourtii . '..'... -niertdau,
as es'nb'.islied by t he n;rv -'
of the United Btates s.tua ed iu th 1 ' . :
Rock Islaml and bitelde as ilo . .. -
the two said count!' s having lifti rv -but
subject to the rislit of way of tl-'
Rock -slaad A M. l.uis Hallway
fltu.t ...---it(1 -m! st:iTe:
A certain tract or parcel of Ir.d "
west qnaiter of the northwest iiiiart' .
tweniy-cigni Cj in townsuip n
range three (J) east of the foiirt- pt.
rldian ami aescriuen as touows , tj.
Beginning two hundred and twntT -".,
tentns (y.u 8-ii) iiei eart in i" . . , u
lions l wen' J, (W,iwcm-wu.i-'.- r t
, and tweuty-uine (2"J) in ibe l,,J"V''., t
said, llience south one hunirvd at-''
!.! f.f thanrA Ai.rhtv.siv atltl tDP":
(Si) degrees. ea-.t one hundred -nl ;, ;5r
(16 feet, thence) north twei.ty !"'' V' ::'
fourth (SK) west two hundreu ai.u -; .,,(
feet to the section line, thence e ' K
lino firty-nine acil one-third '-,...,
place of beginnir ir situated in tne
reek comities of Rock Island mi l "
tste of Illinois. .
ft ,f an ii i, in- t It,. M ill, on be i-S-t - 1 '
couttagamsttbe above named def n-i-'- '.i
able oil tbe first dy of the term ol '' V-,:
court to oe bold at the court ho-' '".
on the Erst Monday of Apr.l A- D . ,'. V
h. 1..W riminil wh''rh snit is I''
unless you appear :n said coi.rt. on tt- ' "
I ha i- trm thereon to be --' - l ..s
bouse in the city of Rock I'nd'B.. T P
and state, on the first Monday of
and nil ad, answer or aemnr, to r- pjt'r,
in filed, the same will be taken mriSft
sainsk you, and judgment Uiei"
entered accordingly. , . n 1
d this 18th day or JJt'-g. C""