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THE AGU8, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 5, 1893.
THE AUG US
Published Daily and Weekly at 124 Seconl
ATenne, Rock Island, in.
J, W. Potter,
Tsmaa Daily Sue per moutn. Meekly W OO
par annum; to aavance si .no.
All communication or a critical or arxaneata
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artteles will be printed over sotuioua stgaatarea.
iwjnont coisauntea'loii not noticed.
Correspondenee solicited fro every township
a koc laiaua couuur .
Wednesday, Atkil 5, 189S.
Permit us to repeat. Hurrah for
Of the 18,812,776 persons of school
age in the Lnitotl States, but little
over half of theru are enrolled in
Senator Cockrell is quite a dis
tinguished personage in the upper
body of congress, having occupied a
seat there since 1877.
T. J. Medill had a strong republi
can endorsement growing out of Mc
Conochie's duality and betrayal of
his own party friends, but he had
much to overcome nevertheless, in
that the corporations were against
him solidly. ami exerting the immense
influence they do when they are de
termined, party lines are lost sight
of. The victory is ail the more cred
itable and gratifying to Mr. Medill.
If McConoehie needed any further
evidence of his wily, erafty methods
as a politician, yesterday furnished
"that testimony. When it was
thought he was apparently putting
forth all his efforts in the lower
wards anil giving it out that the tin
ier wards were hopeless, his repre
sentatives were perfecting a combine
with corjwration influences to de
liver over as much of the vote of the
ward, bag and baggage, as it - was
Mssible to handle. McConoehie is
one of those fellows of whom it
might be said, '-now you see him,
now you don't see him." The man
who can put his linger on him every
time he wants to is a good one.
The Ai:;i's has no apologies to
make for Mr. Medill's candidacy or
for the campaign it conducted in his
behalf. Realizing from the tirst that
it would require a young ami broad
minded democrat who would com
mand the respect and support of the
republicans who were dissatisfied
with McConoehie methods to defeat
ne of so many combinations aad one
so successful in the manipulation of
political machinery as the Wily Wil
liam, it looked upon Mr. Medill as
the man of all men to lead the forces
ajrainst McConochieism. It is a
source of great satisfaction in the
face of the returns to the A kg 1:3 to
know thai it tirst brought Mr. Medill
out and championed his candidacy
both before and after the nominating
convention, and the results show that
McConoehie would have had much less
difficulty in making a stand against
one who did not possess the peculiar
advantages that Mr. Medill did at
A Merited Honor.
The appointment of Thomas F.
Bayard as ambassador to Great Brit
ain was a merited vindication of a
statesman whom republicans have
made a studied and jersevering at
tempt to disparage and discredit.
For the glorification of his successor
in the state department, James G.
Blaine, it has been a republican habit
,to represent Mr. Bayard as a weak,
incapable subservient to England. A
comparison of the records of the two
secretaries by the impartial historian,
need not be feared by Bayard. He
did not consider the occasion of grave
diplomatic correspondence suited for
demagogic appeals to anti-British
sentiment in this country. He did
not violently "twist the "tail of the
British lion," while discussing the
fisheries question with Lord Salis
bury, but he never failed in his
diplomatic correspondence to ably
maintain every just claim of America.
That he did not advance the contro
versy with Great Britain to a settle
ment was no fault of his. During the
entire period of his secretary he was
confronted with a hostile senate ma
jority. It was the determined pur
pose of the republicans of the senate
not to permit the Cleveland adminis
tration to gain the prestige that
would accrue from a successful set
tlement of the long standing differ
ence with England. No treaty nego
tiated by Secretary Bayard concern
ing the fisheries dispute, however
favorable to America, could receive
the approval of the senate. His suc
cessor encountered no obstacles. The
secretary lent Secretary Blaine its
cheerful ana earnest co-operation,
and after writing reams of .letters a
treaty providing for arbitration was
negotiated on practically the same
lines as had been laid down by Secre
tary Bayard. The new embassador to
the English court is eminently qaliiied
for that important post, possessing
the culture and ability which will
adorn it and a patriotic spirit which
will never fail resolutely to maintain
-Try just American contention.
flive me, dear Lord, thy magic common thing
Which all caa see, which all may share
sunlight and dewdrops, grass and star aad
Nothing unique and new, and nothing rare.
Just d aisle, knapweed, wind among tha
Soma clouds to cross the blue old sky above.
Rain, winter fires, a useful hand, a heart.
The common glory of a woman's love.
Then, when my feet no longer tread old patja
Keep them from fooling sweet things any.
Write one old epitaph in gracellt words:
"Such, things look fairer that he sojourned
America uses seventeen railroad
The European locomotives have no
Rabbitsburg is the name of a town,
in West Virginia.
One Marvland factory alone put up
4,000,000 cans of corn last season.
"Old bachelors and old maids a spe
cialty" is part of a sign displayed be
fore a matrimonial agency on Kansas
avenue, Kansas City.
"Panamad" is now the Parisian word
for anything plucked, fleeced or shorn.
A dog-clipping establishment bas a
sign: "Poodles Panamad here."
To make Paris a seaport is only half
the Frenchman's dream. Ifcj wants a
ship canal through from the Garonne
to the Mediterranean to save going
Out in the state of Washington a
man fell thirty feet to some rocks and
was killed. " According to the re
porter, he did not land with the usual
dull thud, but with "an ecboless thud."
The value of correct punctuation is
shown in the annual weather report of
the Kansas meteorological authority.
who is made to sav that last vear was
"characterized by a low. mean tem
perature." A British scientist retentlv stated
that if a man weighing HO pounds
were placed under a hvdraulic press
and squeezed Hat. the result would be
lOo pounds ot water and thirtv-uve
pounds of dry residue.
A French doctor recently celebrated
his 100th birthday anniversary, and
the fact was commented upon that
among the large number present who
had been his patients not one was over
50 vears old, and most of them were
In a certain quarter of London the
newsboys are encouraged to save a
penny a dav. The monev is kept for
them in a savings bank and the boy
who deoosits regularly for a month is
given 1 penny "interest" on his money.
The bank is the work of a good woman.
The health authorities of Philadel
phia have added membranous croup
to the list of contagious diseases which
will not heto.'.fier be admitted to the
ordinary hospital ward. It is stated
that this disease is as contagious as
diphtheria and relatively much more
Bottled beer, especially that pre
pared for export, is much stronger
in alcohol than draught beer, and
much of the American beer sent abroad
borders close upon pale ale. It has
been discovered, too, that some, at
least, of such beer does not suffer by
transit in ship.
There are said to be three countries
in Africa in which the liquor traffic
has been practically annihilated.
These are the Orange Free State, the
British territory in Hasuto Land, un
der the government of Sir Marshall
Clarke, ami the North Bechuanaland.
under Khama. the native christian
The height of absurdity in libel suits
has been reached in London, where a
case, based on the use of three excla
mation points, was tried the other day.
Xo complaint was made against the
language used 03' the defendant, but
againist the exclamation points with
which he punctuated a certain sen
tence. The verdict was for the de
fendant. Within a six-mile radius of Charing
Cross. London, there are t'70 miles of
railway and 255 stations, and within a
twelve-mile radius over 400 miles of
line and 3) stations. The average
number of passengers carried on a
week-day by the public conveyances
of London, iucluding omnibuses, is
2.5)0.0 J J. The total for "last year was
A public library has been founded
in Panama in commemoration of the
40Jlh anniversary of the discovery of
America. Three hundred volumes
were provided to start the library and
300 more were donated 03 the Societe
Progresso del Istmo. An appropria
tion to found and maintain the library
was made by the municipal council.
There are about twenty large public
libraries in Asia. The Koyal Asiatic
society library in Bombay bas 80,000
volumes, besides a large collection of
Sanscrit and Persian manuscripts.
The Titlis library, established in 1846,
contains 85.000 volumes, and annually
receives 12.000 rubles from the Rus
sian government for the purchase of
books in Asia Minor, Persia, etc.
An extraordinary case of suicide is
reported in the Berlin papers. A 16-year-old
boy, feeling himself humili
ated by a severe reprimand that had
been administered by his parents,
seated himself in a chair, and after
loading a revolver handed it to his
brother, a lad of 6 years, and com
pelled him to do the shooting. The
little fellow fired but one shot, killing
his brother instantly.
A gentleman sends Labouchere's
Truth a suggestion as to decimalizing
the British system of moneys, which
would have the advantage of retaining
the existing coinage. He divides the
pound into one thousand new farth
ings. Florins would, therefore, be 100
iarimngs; suiinngs. 59 farthings, and
sixpences, 25 shillings. On each coin
the value in farthings would be clearbf
On Silver Heights, near Winnipeg, a
few b off aloes are kept,rmnanU M The
enarxaou herd that rolled like a
Drawn tine ttoin tne icxas plains to
the Saskatchewan. The experiment
is being tried of producing a race of
hardy stoek by breeding the buffaloes
wit h "cattle. The offspring resembles
the cow rather than the bison, but has
a somewhat shaggy coat and an ill
The agricultural experiment station
at Yuma. Ari.. has been testing dur
ing the year the varieties of early
fruits and vegetables which can be
cultivated to the best advantage iu
that torrid climate. It is thought by
the people of that region that Arizona
aud some of the favored parts of
southern California will ultimately
furnish eastern cities with the supply
of winter vegetables which now large
ly come from Bermuda and the south
ern Atlantic stales.
"To this complexion it must come at
last." is the opening line in a letter
written to a friend by the venerable
Francis W. Bird, of Massachusetts, in
which be announces that he can attend
no more club dinners in Boston. He
was one of the originators of the so
called "Bird club," which was organ
ized half a century- ago by a few active
free-soilers. During all those 'ears
the club has held its monthly meeting
in the same hotel. Mr. Bird is now 83
years of age.
There has been a large increase in
the number of divorces granted in
Scotland in late years. Between 1864
aud 1874 the average number was thirty-five
a year, which increased to fifty
nine between 1874 and 1880. Last
year 127 divorce decrees were granted
there, as against 109 in 1S91 ami
eighty-nine in IS9). Of last year's
decrees sixty-eight were obtained by
husbands and littv-nine by wives. In
fidelity was the ground for considera
bly more than half.
Nervousness shows itself in queer
ways. 1 here is a ycung .New lork
newspaper man who exhibits a com
mendable self-possession on most oc
casions, and would not be supposed to
have sueli a thing as a nerve about his
person, but there is one spectacle that
he cannot endure, and that is to see a
man's hat blow otT. If this calamity
occurs in his presence he catches his
breath, shudders and reaches about
for something to hold to until the sen
sation of lofing himself has passed.
This is constitutional and is the only
exhibition of nervous weakness that
he ever makes.
A Rritlal Snlulatlon.
The bride had just left the altar and
the dear old grandma was kissin" the
fresh cheek of her blushing 3-oung de
scendant. "Ami now, my dear,"
whispered she of the white "hair and
time-worn face, "remember that life's
cares must le life's pleasures."
You have noticed
tha: some houses always seem to need
re.iaintinjj ; thsy look dingy, rusted,
filji. Others always look bright,
-ieia, fresh. The owner of the first
' ccrMi2;s" with "cheap" mixed
paints, -. ; the second paints with
The first spends three times as much
for paint ia eve years, and his build
ings never look as well.
Almost everybody knows that good
paint can oziy be had by using strictly
pure White Lead. The difficulty is
lack of care ia selecting it. The fol
lowing brands are strictly pure White
Lead, "Old Dutch" process; they are
standard and well known established
by the test of years:
" Southern" " Red Seal "
44 Collier " 44 Shipman"
For any color (other than white) tint
the Strictly Pure White Lead with
National Lead Company's Pure White
Lead Tinting Colors, and you will have
the best paint that it is possible to put
on a building.
For sale by the most reliable dealers ia
If you are foing to paint, it will pay you
to send to us for a book containing informa
tion that may save you many a dollar ; it
will only cost you a postal card to do so.
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To the People 01 Rock Island,
M. R. MOSES,
One of the oldet Opticians of Chi
oaj;o. and ha. the latest invert.
tion for treating young and
. old, who has had 24 yt-ars"
experience, will he
Kooms 53-54, comment ing
-SATURDAY. MARCH 25, 1893
and will lx pleased tele consulted by
1 - , 1 . . 1 i r "1
ilia OKI uiii'uiaiiu uuu'ir 111 ii-;hu
to defective eyesight.
."sufferer from Tmnerfeet Vision
will lind certain relief by trying the
Professor's new system of adjusting
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On account "of other engagements
Prof. Moses can be consulted at the
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Cube hgi. Search 16. lSUS-To whom it may
concern: Prof. M. R. Moses, optician, of Chica
go, fitted for near air of plaatee in 1SSJ, which I
nstd almost eoLtinnslly for five yeais when I
had the mi?fortaoe to lose them.
I have now pujcvasrl of him a pi' of specta
cles tnd also rot-e p'.sf s. e with which 1 am well
pleased. I regard Prt f . Motes a thorough opti
cian and rccommetid him to all in need of optical
good. L. II Pattsx, Clerk.
Gskisko, Hi. March 4. 1?93. Prcf. M. R.
Moses fitted my ejes jast three years ago and I
never expendt d any money to better advantage
in my life. My glesses haye been worth ban
dreds of do'.lsrs 10 rue, whereas before I had been
troubled a great deal with bead cbe, a depressed
feeling, a desire to close eyts Now I can read
and write with pleasure. I kindly recommend
that all who are suffering wiih defective eyeslsht
or headaches will receive great satisfaction by
consulting Prcf. M. K. Moses. I remain yours
respectfully. Jambs L ooDBi rr
Gkneseo, 111 . Feb. 28, 1898 When rre f Moses
was here three year ago I was greatly troubled
with my eyes. He fitted me a pair of g!asea:
they proved very satisfactory. They ttrentrtb
ened my eyes f o much that I seldom wear thorn
now. If jou need glasses you will 00 well to
consult the professor. Mas. E. MORrr.
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and most grateful thanks, that Prof. M. K. Moses
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10 feet, and could" not read for 10 years, and I
have been spending mi'ch money with dorters
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faction by consulting trof. Moses. With best
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Eetete of James Cos. Dt-ci-a-
The undersigned having been h-i ',
intra tor of the er-tate if Jar't-'.':
of the county of Rock I-land. i e,.r
ceased, hereby gives notice tr3- e w
before the county court or li.t j. .
ty, at the office of the cli rk ..f .. -. "'
the city of Rook Inland, at the
the first Monday in Jim- t.. , "".
time ail person!" littvinir tla:m i-iT
tate are notified and retjoerted to
purpose or havini the same adv..-. -sons
indebted to paid e-ta'e a-- r-
mine immediate payment to the Vr. :--.
Dated this iMtid daror Mn h A. D
HENRY I. WHEEI.AX. A :t.
ale ok Letters Patknt.
By virtue of an order of the crttv c -county
of Rock Inland March 11. ir,.. 'r.
i.n ui ii' nt- r. i .per, j'm-;i-.-:
detwimied will sell at private nW c.- - '
patent of the luited States. '' !
ceased. Letters patent for a comm-'s' "
nanio machim s. No. 3.s:i. uatd '
serial No. I30.S90; a:o letters paten" : -vanic
ba'terv. No. -H;,(ioo. ;tl-e t e...
serial No. l'JO.123 I will sell said Wi'r..'-.
to the hlghett bidder. Win rr-e:ve .
for the same at any time before J; ri'
resetvintr the riant to reject anv ar'l " ',
Hock Island, Illinoi. M:irrh -ii
WILLIAM Ja'( s-
Administrator de loni- con of
8TATB OF ILLlXoTT ,
Uock Island CorxTV. i "
Iu the Circuit Court, in Ch-L-.
Slay t.rm A. U.. l-.fj.
Mary Peterson vs Erncft Peterson.
Affidavit of non-residence of Etcc-t ?
the above defendant, havim been a..-d :z ;
clerk's o 113 re or the circuit court. co::-r , h.re'f
given to the said non-residcH def ea ur.- ; ::
compUlnsnt filed her bill of compl:-.: :a
court, on the chancery side Hiereof. i.t 'h -
entecnth day of March. it-Kl. and ttiat t..- r .::
a summons issued out of said court. wt;frc:L
suit is now pending, rttnrnable on the r-t y.j
day In the month of May r.ex. as trim .t
auired. Now. unle 8 von. the aid r..r.-. '.f-
defendant above named, sbail persots.Iy rac
appear before said circuit court on the '-r-: csv of
the next term Iheieof, to l-e toM'.r. a; K ' I?'
and in and for the said cuunty, cn tte : Y t
day in May next, ar.d plead, ktrwer orr.vsurv
the said comnlainant bill of ctit.n a.nt.th.-
and the matter and thicks tlure-n chan.-l c!
etateduill be taken as confessed, 2nd
entered agaiue; you according to tie pn-.r.-ii
GEORGE W. GAMBLE C :i
Ro.-k Island. Illinois. March 17.
Jackson & HrusT, C m:i!si!.i!::'! :
STATE OF ILLINOIS. (
Kock Island Couktt f
In the county conrt of said countv t. te Y-r:
Term, A. 1.
J. R. Johnston, administrator to the -sv of
Thomas B. 0l;nne;l. cecea-ed. V.u.ix
O'Donnell, Patrick O'Uonuell. Michael " D "e
Mary r llzgibbons, Jarces t Uonce.i, v.'ir.
O'Donnell. Mary O'Donnell Mat.nce i i' it.
Nora O'Donrell. .lohn F u'Donne:'. Ms.v:
u'Donnell, Minnie J. o'Conueil. atd !.: Ai-r?
Afllidavit of non-rt'sidor.ce of the
O'Donnell. John F. O'Djcneil. Mai-vie i'"P r-
Minnie J. O'Donnell. Nora O'Doniei'. H".:.
O'Donnell. James O'Donaell. Patrick (. .Vrjf.
and Mary Amies O'Doni.ell, hav:n; bee a ::
the office of the cieik of said county co :rt. ;:
is herebv given to the said Patr:ck i-!
Marv O Donneil. Maur ce 0'Ioi.ne::. !
O'Donnell. Maci:ie n'I).inu. U. Mtcnie -T ui) :
cell. Nora O'Donnell. Marv Ai.-r.es 'P':i
Jams O'Donnell heirs of the said Ih.-sas 0
O Dornell. deceased that the sa;d '-.ni- n
Johnston, administrator 1 f the estate "f T : s
B. O'Donnell. deceased, filed ia the c
court on the 17th day of .Warch, A D l-,-;
petition makintr ihe said Patrick t ji.t.m ... :
O'Donnell Maurice O'Donnell. Jobc P. ?
nell, Maggie o'Donn 11. Minnie J. 'il"""--Nora
O'Donnell. Mary Acnes ii'D.t r.- .
O'Donnell, and others, defendants. vr:-.y t.- -order
directirsj him to sell for the j--.r;o-s l 5';
ing the debts of said estate the fo'.!i.-r" "c:
real estate, to-wit :
The eaft half of the northwest rarter sr.: .-
east half of the southwest quarter
twenty one (21) township riuetet-r. il-'' "
ranpe three (3 east of the fourth (4'
meridan. as es'ablished by the survey
of the United fctatos sittia'ed in the c
Kock Island and Whiteside as The Li
the two said counti'S harinit Ih-u r
but subject to the rtaht of way of the
Rock island & St. Louis Railway t.
following described real estate :
A certain tract or parcel of lar d :i.
west quarter of the notthwest ijuar'e:
twenty -eight in towr.stip Linetee:
range three (3) east of the fourth V-
riuian and described as loliows :o-i-Rcin
11 rit, two hiindre.l ar.d tweLty
1 1 ;lt
tenths (JU 8-1 1) feet east of the cm-r c.
tione twenty, )), twenty-one. CJ1). taet.'f
(2S, and twenty-nine in the tows-- V ;;.
uv.l r'.l.t :v e-
bii, I ueiir puuui o uv iiuiihiiu ...... - -r
(1981 feet, thence eisbtv-si ar,d tsre-.--'-t8iV)
degrees. eat one hundred and 1:1 '
16f feet, thence north twenty nine n-i
e.....i..niu.L. and W L::es:
state of Illinois. -,r,tu.!
That a summons thereupon be issued ..
court ajraiDSliue HwiTciwunivs..". -
able on the first day of the term 01
on the first day of the term of ! ' .
to be held at the court houe in cu".
he first Monday of April A. D.. ,)W
aw required, which solt is pe-'1'', mi!
unless you appear in saia court, ou i - , ' coctt
the Hay term thereon to be bv :d ' 'fj..5tj
house in the city of Rock Island, m fa
and state, on the first Mocday of Ma A-' j.
and plead, answer or demur, to a pel. .w j'i
In filed, the same will be taken l' ..Vjs
acainst yoo, and Judgment therein a-'1
Dated this lSih day of M-c-li. A. A j;- ;
Ml-Eslrt tcEkitr :lcltrs
Made from any off photo, executed
arilc workmanship it
;ect:ted in tM '
- hckelier's t
rounn tv) west two nunareu anu
feet to the section line, thence e-t on t
line fifty-nine ard one-third 5fi ,:.'.l0i