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l HE AltGUS, SATURDAY, APRIL. 8, 1893.
THE AUG US.
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A Mvnwft AnmmnnlcAtlotiB not noticed.
Correspondence solicited from every township
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Satl-rdat, April 8. 1893.
Henkv Irvine, the actor, is to be
knighted. The profession is certain
ly looking up.
1k. Talmajre donated $10,000 to
wards liouidatinr the debt on the
The observance of the birthday o
Thomas Jefferson will be made gen
eral throughout t lie country April 13
upon the recommendation of the na
tional association of democratic
A HACKMAN of Bath, Me., has an
appetite for glass, china and orook
eryware. He started in mildly, and
ate eggs without the removal of the
shells. . He has eaten a dozen eggs
and egg shells thus at one sitting.
The editor of Science thinks that
if some of the g-ood men who are
now endow in thinjrs in the country
would turn their attention to helping
out the science of bacteriology thev
would be doing one of the very best
The life insurance companies of the
country are doinff some business. It
is claimed that they have already
paid out in death and endowment
claims more than 1,000.000,000 and
that they are liable for $3,000,000,000
The fact that a woivvn against
whom there is no charge, but whose
husband is accused of wronij that
bears most grievously upon her, is
6nunnea use an unclean tning, is a
circumstance for humane people to
Generosity seems to be doing much
on a munificent scale. The only pos
sible fault to be found might be in
the fact that large charity lookin
about for a chance to bestow itself is
apt to select some institution already
burdened with money.
If the typhus fever bacillus is to
have a monopoly of the killing busi
ness in New York citv. it might le
worth while to take a few of them
down to quarantine and let them have
a tussle with the cholera-bug. just to
see which is the best insect.
The coldest winter in twenty-two
years say the signal service records.
Why didn't Wiggins, Hicks, Do Yoe
or some other weather sharp foretell
this months ago and make an ever
lasting reputation out of it? Prob
ably he would if he had thought of it.
Something should be done prompt
ly to improve the ancient and gum-boot-like
taste of the mucilage on the
American postage stamp. The new
Columbian size has a good deal more
surface than the old ones, and is cal
culated to add a glue factory flavor to
the tongue that is far from "delicious.
No one can visit England without
being 6truck by the extraordinary
superiority of English highways over
our own. This applies in city streets
and in country roads. It is safe to
say that almost every five miles of
main public road in Great Britain is
better than almost any five miles of
road in our country.
Progress in the suppression of the
smoke nuisance is altogether too
slow. It is true that a great deal has
been accomplished and that much is
being done every day. The smoke
can be absolutely and permanently
Checked now. There is no need to
wait until next year, next month or
even until next week.
TnE Albany, N. Y., Argus pub
lishes a table showing the result of
the election for supervisors in the
42 count.ie8.of that state which have
Toted this year. The net democratic
gain in these counties is 25 super
visors. Last year the losses were
general and great, but the presiden
tial canvass set the tide right, and it
it still running in the same direction.
The statement was recently made
that palladium is the most valuable
of any of the metals except platinum.
A recent list of current prices in New
York gives the value of platinum as
somewhat more than half that of gold
with the following rates per troy
pound for metal worth more than
gold: barium, $1,492; calcium, $3,.
730; cerium, $2,798; chromium, $363;
didymium, $8,857; erbium, $2,J97;
gallium, $52,220: glucinum, $4,476;
indium, $3,357; lanthanum, $3,730;
lithium. $3,370; niobium, $1,865;
osmium. $780; palladium, $420; rho
dium, $1,865; ruthenium, $2,052; ru
bidium, $756; tantalum, $3,357; tit
anium, $821; thorium, $6,341; van a
dium, $8,206; yttrium, $3,857; zircu-
nium, $780. Jhese prices being
oquivalents of quotations by the
gram, it is probable that for so large
a quantity as a pound, a considerable
discount would be made.
A MODERN VALENTINE.
rve written it, love, with a stiff steel pen, '
For the geese, I understand.
Are so learned now that their quills, I trow.
Must supply their own demand.
I've secured it, love, by the aid of elue.
Instead of a strand of hair.
Which I cannot obtain, for I see, with pain,
I have really none to spare.
I send it to you by the postman, lore.
For Cupid, I grieve to hear.
Is afraid of the cold and has grown so old
That he doesn't go out this year.
But the message is ever the same, my love.
While the stars their course fulfill, -
Though to me and to you It may seem quite new,
TU the old. old story still.
Caroline W. Ijatimer in Harper's.
A NORTH DAKOTA
Dug l p
The Hug Pre-Adaraite Relic
by Railroad Men.
"I have just returned from a trip to
North Dakota," said James B. Hendry,
of Cincinnati lately. "I had some
business to transact in Dickinson, a
fairly good-sized town in Stark coun
ty, in the Western part of the state,
on the Northern Pacific. One of the
leading men of that section of the
country is Colonel J. II. Ray. Now,
however, he stands a good chance ef
becoming famous all over the civilized
world, owing- to a recent find of his.
lie is interested in the building of a
railroad in Montana, and some time
ago his men dug up in a gravel pit
near Glendive, a small Montana town,
what the colonel believes to be a most
valuable relic of prehistoric times.
"From its structure the relic is sup
posed to have been the backbone of a
biped fully sixty feet tall. A section
of the vertebra) of a human being" six
feet in height was laid beside it, and
each was found to bean exact counter
part of the other, with the exception
that the relic was ten times the dimen
sions of the human backbone. Colonel
Hay told me that the find had been
examined bv members of the Smithson
ian institution and Oberlin college, and
all agreed that the discovery of the
relic was one of the most valuable of
i:s kind ever made on the North Ameri
can continent. The thing that bothers
Co'onel Ray is what sort of individual
must it have been to possess a back
bone like that?-'
FORGOT THE PIE HE ATE.
A Pretty l iinrh-Koom t'aaliier Refreshes
a Cheap Sw l's Memory.
She was the cashier in one of those
downtown lunch-rooms where you eat
what you like and pay what you
choose, and he was a clerk in a lawyer"s
otik-e ii the bij buildinff across the
"Let me see," he began, as he cast a
g-lnn e meant to be very killing- at the
pretty gr behind the desk: "I had tea
and custard, and a sandwich: tint's
twenty: and a chocolate eclaire; that's
even I wentv-hve cents, lsnt it. anil
he laii a shining- quarter before her.
Yes. that's all riyht, as far a
you vp fone. saul th? pretty cashier
in a hard, passionless tone; '"but
what's the matter with the hot mince
pie you ate over in the corner there".1''
Vith a blush that was as hot as th.
piece of surreptitious pie, the young-
fellow laid the extra nickel down and
walked away without a woid.
''till, we've got to watch those dudes,"
said the young woman, as she raked a
hajidfid of small change into the
New York has established f school
in which the children of the poor are
taught to make and dress dolls. The
charge of teaching the system is fifty
cents a week. The parents pay this
sum, and the little ones bring1 their
own materials. Everything they
make, dolls and dresses, is their own,
and there are many pupils ' already
earning a living in their "own spare
hours. In the poorest houses there
are scraps of flannel, dress poods and
what not, which find their way to the
rag bag. These apparently useless
bits are taken to school by the chil
dren, and converted into dolls and
their outfits. It teaches the art of
dressmaking, as the adult system is
only the enlarged doll system.
Snohomish's Smallpox Problem.
The council of Snohomish, Wash.,
has been for several meetings wrestling
with the question as to whether the
city ought to furnish all smallpox
patients at the pest house with as
much whisky as they wanted at S7 per
jrallon, the latter being the price
quoted on all bills thus far rendered.
The feeling prevailed that tue small
pox epidemic was not 1-kely to end
while the city furmsnea f wmsny id
archbishop Dennison'sFamoui Trait.
"Hi-re's health to all that we love,
Ilere's heaUh to all that lore us.
Here's hea'th to all those that love them.
That love those that love them
That love us."
Eo you notice what a large circle this wish for
health includes? and will yon notice the refer
ence Is not to the winecnp, but to e standard med
icine, the "Golden Medical Discovery," that can
bring health tojthelarge number of friends we each
love. True, it is not a "beverage, " and does not
inebetate, bnt is a health-giving medicine.a blood
purifier, liver iavlgorator and general tonic a
remedy for billkrasness, indigestion and stomach
troubles. It cures consumption, in all its stages.
scrofula, bronchitis and throat diseases.
For all forms of nasal catarrh
where there is dryness of the air
passages with what is commonly
called "stuffing up,'" especially when
going to bed, Ely's Cream Balm gives
immediate relief. Its benefit to me
has been priceless. A. G. Case, M.
D., Millwood, Kas.
One of my children had a very bad
discharge from her nose. Two phy
sicians prescribed, but without ben
efit. We tried Ely's Cream Balm,
and, much to our surprise, there was
a marked improvement. We con
tinued using the Balm and in a short
time the discharge was cured.
A. Cary, Corning, N. Y.
EVERY WORD TRUE.
So Says the Writer of That Famous Letter
He Reiterates Ills Statements, Produces
Additional Proof and Clearly Define Ills
(N. Y. Snn.
It would be difficult to measure the
interest and comment, not to say ex
citement, which the published letter
of Dr. R. A. Gnnn, which appeared
in the papers yesterday, has occa
sioned. The prominence of the doc
tor and the unusual nature of the
latter have both tended to add inter
est to the subject and make it really
the talk of the town.
I called upon Dr. (iunn at his resi
dence, No. 124 Vtest rorty-seventh
street, yesterday afternoon. I found
the reception room crowded, and it
was only after an hour.s waiting that
I succeeded in obtainfng an inter
view, t i
Dr. (iunn is a distinguished-looking
man, and impressed me at once
by his manly bearing and air of sin
cerity. I took the scathe courteous
ly offered me, and said:
"Are you aware, doctor, of the
commotion your letter has caused?"
Dr. (Iunn smiled, and replied:
"Things out of the ordinury usually
cause comment. It is not a common
thing for physicians to endorse and
cordially recommend medicines other
than those it the Materia Medica.
Historv is full of instances of scien
tists who have indorsed discoveries
thev believe to be valuable, and have
been denounced for so doing, and yet
these same discoveries are blessing
the world today. I hope I have the
manhood and courage to be true to
my eonvictoins, and that is why I so
oitenlv and unhesitatinsrlv indorse
Warner's Safe Cure as being the
irreatcst of modern discoveries for
the cure of diseases which have baf
fled the hio-hest skill of the medical
I was impressed with the earnest
ness of the doctor, and saw that hi
meant every word that he said.
How long have you known of this
remedy, doctor; . I asked.
"Nearly ten years," he replied,
"Mv attention was originally called
to the Safe Cure by a serious case of
bright's disease, which was consider
ed hopeless, ami yet, much to my
surprise, under its use the patient
recovered. 1 have tried it in other
cases since then constantly, and my
original faith in its power has been
confirmed. I have seen patients re
cover from inflammation of the blad
der, gravel and bright's disease when
all other treatment had failed, and I
have found it especially efficient in
all female troubles."
Can ou specify any particular
cases, doctor?" I asked.
That is a delicate thing to do."
the doctor replied; "but. as 1 always
keep a written record of my cases, I
can accommodate you."
Thereupon the doctor opened his
desk and produced his record book.
Turning over the leaves he said:
"Here is a case of a gentleman who
was a great sufferer from inflamma
tion of the bladder of long standing.
He had consulted a number of phy
sicians without bcnelit. When first
consulted I myself tried the usual
methods of treatment, but without
success, and I finally advised him to
trv Warner's Safe Cure. He felt bet-
I had a malignant breaking out on my leg
below the knee, and was cured sound and well
with two and a half bottles of f ' RJ J
Other blood medicines had failed 5La5ie3a
to do me any good. Will C. Beatv,
Yorfcviite, S- C-
I was troubled from childhood with an n-g-rnvntod
ease of Tetter, and three bottles cf
' s cureu mo pcrmanvuuy.
Our book on Blood and Skin Diseases maitet
i am a Trav'ling men ! I'll tell you of mv -:ain
In spite of .11 temptation
I pursue my eld vocation.
I'm still a Trav'Iing man ! A j.l!y Tairbank man!
For he himself ha? said it.
And it's greatly to his credit.
That he is a Trav'Iing nun I That he i-, 3 Fairbank
SANTA CLAUS SOAP
Sold by Traveling men and Grocers Everywhere. ,V.anu-:,-t-
N. K. FAIRBANK & CO., Chicago H
Such Testimony as is Given bv Those
Who Are Cured" at the Scott
ter from the start, and
weeks was entirely cured
The doctor turned a
further and then said:
Here is another case.
of a gentleman who had frequent at
tacks of renal calculi, which, as you
know, is gravel forming in the kid
neys. He had never been able to
prevent these formations, but after
an unusually severe attack I recom
mended him to try the Safe Cure,
which he did, and although it is three
years since he took the remedy, he
has never had an attack since."
The doctor continued to turn the
leaves of his book, and suddenly ex
claimed: "Here is a most remarkable case.
It is that of a lady who had suffered
some time from Bright's disease.
She became enciente. and about the
fourth month suddenly became
blind, had convulsions and linally
fell into a state of coma, caused by
uremic or kidney poison. Several
physicians who saw her said she
could not live, and in this view I fully
concurred. As she could still swal
low I said, as a last resort, that they
might try Warner's Safe Cure. They
did so, and to the surprise of every
one she recovered. She has since
given birth to a living child, and is
"Those are certainly most wonder
ful cases, doctor," I said, "and while
I do not for a moment question their
authenticity, I would consider it a
great favor if you would give me
their names. I think the importance
of the subject would fully justify it."
"In the interests of sufferers I
think you are correct,"" Dr. Gunn
finally observed after a moment's
thought. "Both the lady and her
husband are so rejoiced, so grateful
over her recovery that I know she is
only too glad to nave others hear of
it. The lady is Mrs. Eames, wife of
the well-known costumer. She was
not only restored, but is in perfect
I thanked the doctor for his cour
teous reception, for the valuable in
formation imparted, and I feel assur
ed that his generous humane nature
will prevent him from feeling other
than glad at seeing this interview
published for the benefit of suffering
A Menu Wretch. '
It is a uieau wretch who will slyly drop a
hairpin in a horse car loaded with women
and then smile as he sees every woman
make a grab for the back of her head when
ahe notices it. Exchange.
Catarrh Followed bv Incipient Con
That neglected catarrh will result
in consumption in many eases lias
been abundantly demonstrated bv
the testimony of patients who have
been cured of the first disease and
had the second arrested in time bv
the physicians of the Scott Medical
The statement of Mr. Charles Coh
nan. 2016 Second avenue, Kock Isl
and, is indeed an interestinjr one.
Mr. Cohnan says:
"My disease was contracted
through colds and exposure, and
while it appeared lirst in my head
ami inro.ii, n soon lasieneu on my
Iunsrs and involved mv entire svs-l
A. D. HUESING,
Represents, anion other time-tried and wel
known Firelnenrance Companies be following:
Royal Insurance Company, of England.
Wecheoter Fire Ins. Company of N. Y.
Buffalo German Ins. Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
Hochcster German Ins. Co., Rochester, N. Y
Cltisens Ins. Co., of Pittsburgh, Pa.
Sun Pire Office, London.
Union Ins. Co., of California.
Security Ins. Co.. New Haven. Conn.
Milwaukee Mechanics Ins. Oo., Milwaukee. Wi
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COH X AX,
"Mv head and nose were chokod
full all of the time. I had terrible
fronial pain over mv eves, mv throat
was dry and sore and mv cough irri
tating. When the disease extended
to mv lungs I had violent pains
through them, changing from one
side to the other. I lost my appetite
and night sweats rapidly wore away
my strength and llesh. lieiore tak
ing sick 1 weighed 100 pounds and I
jrraduallv failed until mv weight was
between 90 and 95 pounds.
"Three different physicians gave
me up to die. 1 was ordered to go to
Colorado. I went. I could hardly
return home. 1 lost hoie and mv
friends would come expecting to hear
I was dead. Ihe doctor ordered all
medicine to he discontinued, as he
said it was only a matter of a little
time. Having heard of the success
of the physicians of the Scott Medical
Institute, 1 wanted to try uieni as a
"Within a week after commencing
treatment I was aide to sit up a little
and within two months I gained in
weight from 95 pounds up to my for
mer weight of 1C0 pounds.
"I am well and my neighbors and
friends can scarcely believe the re
"This statement is given free and i
voluntary. I have received no value
for giving this statement and I have
paid for mv treatment the same as I
1 - -
would to any physician."
The above statement given iy mv
son is heartily corroborated by me.
and I know the testimony to be true.
John J. Cohxax.
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country, and has been well named "The Witty
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Washes everything from a fine
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Telephone No. 1214
Estate of Jam,., i 01 p,C(itJ
The undersiirctd havii t,,.,.... "
islrator of the tMate" of J '':
of the county of Rork H ir,i .'"t:f
ceased, hereby eivi- noMce" trv .
before the ronntw ., ... ;
ty, at the office of the c. rk
the first Monday in .i;;n,r.
time all persons havm t'-m.
tate are notified and r.-1a'"---purpose
of haviac the anr
sons Indebted to siij e--.r( ';.'. J
mase immediate payni-mto'tr.":-v
Dated this 22nd dav of j;r,
HENRY I. WHEE1.AN", V-
gALE oe Letters Pa
By virtue of an ord r ..f rh c-.r-,,
county of Rock Island Varc'i li ' J
the estate of Vhr rlcs E ',;, ,).
derstsmed will sell t private li t
patent of the United ratc. icec
ceased.. Letters patent ter a c
natno machines. So. 3-.ss. o-f V
serial No. 130,5!); a o lettei t i
vanic t-a'terv. No. :w ;) eVe; 'C
serial No. iwi.133 I . . , J.
to the hlgbett bidder. i;i r,
for the same at ary lirr.e ttef,,:
rese-ninjj me nirni in rel-e anrn'
Bock Island, UlicoK V-i-cr -
Willi am; a'
Administrator de Ninl- tn t.f
STATK OF ILLINOIS.
Kock Island 'oott. t
In the Circnii t'o:;r. Ct;-.
May t rm A. I.. :-s
Mary Peterson vs Krr.est V, : t? :
Affidavit of non-re-Mer.ct cf E::
the above defendat.t. havir.j Ihrs J
clerk 'e office of the circuit conn, l..:
given to the said no.n r-: let t d-te::
compWinant filed fcer In i ef vn
court, on the chancery siile thoreif.
entecnth day of Man Ii. :'.. &:i
a snmmoua isstird or.; of mii a
suit is now pending, rttr:rrtaii!o or.
day in the moLth of -May r.eit. .
quired. Now. unle s you. :dv l
defendant above named, sba.i ,n
appear before eafd circuit tout: ns t
the next term thereof. :o 1-e bu d r
and in and for the said ctnir.ty. rn :- :
day in May next, ard pit ad. at-w:
the raid complainant . nil: of c-i:. v-'
and the matter and thine-1 tkn.- r;.
Hated ill be taken as tvrei-sui.K.:
entered asrainet von accuriiinz :o t-r
GEOKtiE W. i;.Mt.
Roik Island. Illinois. March IT.
Jackson & UiT.r-T. Oir.p'.ai:tari;'i J
STATE OF ILLINOIS. L,
KK Island coi'Mr. "
In the connty cotirt of a;d county ".a
Term, A. Ii.
J. K. John"on. almiui?trutor
Thomas B. t"l onm-il. cen-a-d. ;
O'Donnell, Patrick O'Uouct l'. M:cUt.';.
Man Fitzsribbon?. Jascts O D.-txei,.
O'Donnell. Marv O'DorLell Si'trft
Nora O'Donnell. John F '!):- -t
O'Donnell, Minnie J. O'Donr.t 11. aw
ASlidattt of ron-reHciir- ni t:.---i
O'Donnell. John F O Donne'l. !:--' '
Minnie J. O Donnell. Norau ior:c... j
O'Dortnell. James O'Docsell. I's:r:(i J
r nxrccTTo smmos tta enr?
Is CUIK. Dt m STAIIC. PEE TENTS 8TH1CTDI
Omnm OOSOKUOA Ol.rTT la w Ifasm 4'
A4iCnCC CVEE fce LKUCOBjiA w SU ITKS.
ttoMbvaM DRUGGISTS. Snt ta? A41naSJT BJL
'.'4I.UK JtAil'J-ACXUEI. O Cii- UC HIaA OB
and Mary Asjnes O'Donnell. 1iv:l;
th ofHra of the clerk ef said coi;r.tJ
is hereby given to the psid I':j'r.ci c
Mary O'Donnell. Maur ce o'D. tns ..
O'Donnell. Maie w'lfcime II. M.ti:--rell.
Nora O'Lonnell. Mary A-v- ? " -' :
Jam.s O'Donnell heirs of tl.e
O'Dorne'i'.. defeased tat f e
John-ton. adminit-tnuor l .he - .r
B. O'Donnell, deceased. Be J x -
court on the ltih day of Marco, A C
petition makinz the eaid Patrtm" -O'Donnell
Maurici oDonri-Il. J- 7 '
nell, Msceie o'iVnn II. .Mxtr-e -1 -
"ra O'Douncll. Mary Atri es O !' : : ;.
O'Donnell and other;', del'eiidait. r-T -
orderdtreetiri; him to sell fort'n- ; ' "V "'
ing the debt of said estate the f . m,-"
real ettate, to-wit : ,
Theeatthalf of the northwest ',
east half of the southwest qtisrttr
twenty one (31) township r:iii';''-, ..
ranpe three (3 east of the fourth '
meridan, as ea'ablished by the fv.n j
of the Cnlted btate situa-ed ni tt ( o---
Kock Island snu Whitesioe as tue .--;.
the two said counti' s havine l-eti :c--but
subject to the risht of way ef u
Kock island Jk St. Louis Hallway '
following described real estate : ( v .v
A certain tract or parcel oi
west qnatter of the noithwesl ijcan
twenty-eiizbt (48) in township unetcc-;- .
rsn?e three (3) east of the fciirta r -r
Tidian and described a9 follow -n'u
Beginning two hundred ar.d twet-.-;,,
tenths (lfc 8-H) feet ca;-t of the c ' J,., ;
tions twenty, (SO),iwentr-one. r.i.i
(?, and twentv-uine ( Jv) in li e tcwa -
(ISH) feet, thence eigbtv-siv ai'd - ,.1
8fiA) deerees, ea.t one hundrel t..a -. i
(16) feet, thence north twenty r - 1
feet to the section line, thence
11 . . I . .1 n.n.thin (J.-V
place tt beginning situated m te,ii....tsji
Creek counties of Kock Island nu -
..... ... Tlllnrkltt . -,-'4
That a summons thereupon be is'",, J
court against the above named S"?1';.'. eo4
able on the first day of the term of
court to be held at tue court s
on the first Monday of Apr:! A. ";ArJz
nnlefs you appear In said eor.rt. on il
tno Jsay term tnereou u , ,. jjs-l
bouse in the city of Kock J'-vTt.!
and stale, on tue nrei monu- --
and tileail. answer or demur, to 8 I'll" rrsy
in filed, the same will be taken :
asainst yon, and judgment tacit."
entered accordingly. , n !
Dated this 18th dav of March. A' (.
Mccsmr ictiBv -..-
I IFF-SI7F PORTRA11!
Made from any old photo, "V
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