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HE Aii&'US, THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 1891
. THE ARGUS.
Published Daily and Weekly at 1634 Secon I
Avenue, Bock bland. 111.
J, V. Potter,
taae Dally Boc per montu; Weekly R.UO
per tun; in adTance $1 .80 .
Ail eoBmnalcattona of a critical or argamenta
ttw character, political or religious, most have
real name attacked for publication. No aack
rtlelea will be printed over tctiuous signatures.
Aaoymous omsaunicatioiia not noticed.
, Correspondence aolicited from every township
a Bock Island county.
Thlrsdat, April IS, 1893.
" One objection to the entrance of
women into politics is the fact that,
in nailing lies, they would always be
smashing their thumbs.
. It costs the taxpayers of New York
city $100,030 per annum to hold
coroner's inquests, which literally
and figuratively may be regarded as
quite a stiff sum.
A large sponge swabbed over
Chicago from Hyde park to Lake View
would present a large soggy gob of
mud stuck over with scraps of big
buildings and cable cars.
Faderewski declares that he has
often spent an hour over one bar.
This is not half so strange as that the
color resultant should have gone into
nls hair instead of his nose.
Men cutting ice at Buxton, Maine,
found a half-blown water lily im
bedded in one of the cakes. It was
thawed out, put in a sunny window
and soon bloomed out as handsomely
as any lily in July.
The New York funny men are not
saying so much about Minnesota's
hoop skirt crusade since their own
state has joined in the business.
' It is often the height of folly to laugh
.too early in the game.
A poor French peasant woman
whose husband was seriously wounded
by a German forester on the Alsatian
frontier has refused to accept the in
, demnity of 2,500 francs offered her by
the German government.
', It is proposed to employ 500 col
lege students as guides during the
world's fair. This preference for
educated talent is to be commended.
Chicago is determined to do the
thing up in proper style.
A Detroit anarchistic wrote a
funeral sermon and was so well
pleased with the effort that he killed
himself to fit it. His successful ef
fort to prevent a waste of literary
material is generally commended.
New York piano manufacturers
have decided not to exhibit at the
world's fair and will therefore receive
many a silent vote of thanks. There
will be plenty of more or less musical
noise without their instruments.
It is curious to note that the 3.000
priests in Ireland are ruled by four
archbishops and twenty-five bishops,
while for England one archbishop and
fifteen bishops are considered equal
to the task of organizing the work of
nearly 2,600 priests.
Russia is not for war just now.
The discovery has been made that a
lot of rifles with which she had in
tended to teach her neighbors man
ners are too defective to even harm
the dove of peace that has been roost
ing somewhat precariously.
The British have adopted a gun
that will send 100-pound missiles four
miles, and fire so rapidly that four of
the unpleasant things will be in tho
air at once. The layman, knowing
little about guns, wonders what the
fourth missile will find to strike.
The railroad grade crossings in
Massachusetts are fast being abol
ished. For fifty-two consecutive
miles on the Boston and Albany road
there is not one. This has been
brought about by the combined com
pulsion and assistance of the state.
A resident of San Francisco shot
, at his own reflection in a mirror, to
; the shattering of the glass. Prob
ably much less damage would have
;" been done by the shooter had he used
himself for a target and refrained
from molesting a comparatively
A well known politician is re
ported to have refused to voto for his
' . own father because the old gentle
' man was not born in this country.
This may be patriotism, but it seems
very like resentment for sundry
' Rpankings laid on by an alien for the
" benefit of a native-born youth.
A Canadian was, recently refused a
- chance to address a ministerial gath-
ering at Toronto because he had been
guilty of advocating annexation. Cir
cumstances like this tend to discour-
age the idea of union. It would be
impossible to annex Canada without
taking in this batch of ministers.
A Mexican explorer is said to have
, rediscovered the mountain of gold
which has been described in all . the
stories since the days of the Aztecs.
The alleged discoverer is Juan Man
uel Flores, governor of the state of
Durango. He refuses to .describe the
location of the gold mountain, but it
is said to contain a quantity of pure
gold greater in bulk than all the sil
Ter now on the surface of the earth
'ftvi - ' ,r -'-' ' ' '
The exports of oil since January
1 from Atlantic ports were 143,000,
000 gallons. Increase over same
time last year, $21,000,000.
The French have invented a sys
tem of' telegraphing with electric
lights from high poles, which can be
seen from three to ten miles.
The government indebtedness per
head of population in Great Britain
is $87; France. $116; Spain, $73; Italy,
$76; Russia, $30; United States, $14.
Carlsbad, where many Americans
have literally drunk themselves to
death while taking their cure," is
to have a new $200,000 bathhouse
with all the modern improvements.
A woman in New Hampshire is a
street c railway magnate, a good
housekeeper and cook, a fine shot
with the revolver, a first-class swim
mer, an excellent business woman
and worker in the church. She can
not, however, throw a stone or strike
a nail on the head.
The conui general at Paris, Mr.
Samuel Morse, of Indiana, is wide
ly known throughout the west as
editor of the Indianapolis Sentinel,
and as an active and influential sup
porter of Mr. Cleveland. The ap
pointment gives great satisfaction in
Indiana, as the Hoosier democrats
view Mr. Morss in equal confidence
Will Serve ne Good Ends.
The enactment of such a statuatcry
provision as is provided for in house
bill 681 now on its second reading at
Springfield would serve no good ends.
The bill is a humbur and a sandbag
to be taken advantage of only by leg
islative sharks who alone would reap
a profit from its adoption. The bill
was introduced by the committee on
sanitary affairs March 24, read that
day and ordered printed and to a sec
ond reading. It contemplates the
regulation of the manufacture and
sale of patent and proprietary com
pounds and provides:
Section 1. That it shall not be law
ful for any person or person, by
themselves or agents, after January
1, 1894, to sell or offer for sale, in the
state of Illinois, any proprietary
compound, either liquid or solid, in
packages, boxes or bottles, to be used
as a medicine without such package,
box, bottle or container having at
tached on the outside a label or wrap
per upon which shall be printed in
plain Roman type the ingredients
contained in such box, package or
bottle by their correct English names,
with the quantities of each expressed
in U. S. or Metric system of weights
Section 2. As proprietary medi
cines within the meaning of this act
shall be designated, all mixtures of
medicinal substances for internal or
external use commonly termed "pat
ent medicines," whose composition is
kept secret: Provided, that nothing
in this act shall apply to the sale of,
or dispensing by legally qualified
persons, any preparation or mixture,
solid or liquid, of medicinal sub
stances, whose formula isrecognized
in the pharmacopeias of I the United
States, Great Britain, J Germany,
France and Sweden, nor the United
States, National and American dis
pensaries, the National Formulary
and the Homeopathic Pharmacopa-ia.
Second 3 contains a penalty clause
of from $100 to $500.
The Chicago Post advances this
strong argument why the bill should
If any one takes seriously the
measure known as house bill No. 681,
which is up for second reading at
Springfield, it is only to deplore an
obvious attempt at blackmail. This
bill seeks to make unlawful the sale
of proprietary compounds in any
form as a medicine except the same
bear a label containing its full form
ula. Such a law, if enforced, would
mean the discontinuance of the man
ufacture and sale of all or nearly all
Nobody demands any such regula
tion, least of all the authors of this
bill. There are ridiculous, even
fraudulent, patent medicines, doubt
less, anil some whose manufacture
ought to be suppressed. But such is
not the object of house bill No. 081.
The obvious motive of that measure
is to levy blackmail upon the persons
and corporations engaged in the
manufacture of patent medicines,
some of w hom are very wealthy and
would ordinarily be accounted a
soft mark" for the legislative sand-
For this reason, il lor no oiuer, ine
house ought to lose no time in sit
tinir down on No. 681.
Teacher Now, I have explained what
"providential" means, and I want some of
you to give me an illustration.
Bright Boy Please, ma'am. I can.
"Very welL What is it?"
"The holes in a porous plaster."
" Wheu yeh pull tV plaster off, th' holes
don't hurt." Good News.
In vain the eyes are filled with
In vain the cheek with beauty
Unless the teeth are pnre and
Unless the breath is like the
And Sozodont alone supplies
These beauties that we all so
MIDNIGHT AT SEA.
Through the deep stillness of the awful night
I heard the clamor of the ship's great bell.
A voice cried, "Twelve o'clock, and all la
' well!" .
Then silence and the solemn watching light
Of the white moon on billows wild and whiu
That yielded to her magical dear spell
The stormy hearts no lesser love could quell
E laves of her lamp, and powerless to affright.
Ah. when across the wide, unfathomed sea
Which no chart maps, whom depth no plummet
To a aim, unconjectured shore we steer.
Through that wild night into whose depths we
Farther than any wind from this world blows, '
Will cry of "All is well" our midnight cheer?
Louise C. MooJton in Youth's Companion.
Appealing Depths f Space.
In his lecture to juveniles at the Royal
Institution in London, Sir Robert Ball said
that a telegraphic message would go seven
times around the eart h In a second, and if
a telegraphic message could be sent to the
moon it would reach its destination In a lit
tle more than a second. It would take some
thing like eight minutes to arrive at the
sun, but how long did they think it would
take to get to Alpha Centauri, traveling
thither at 180,000 miles a second? Seconds,
minutes, hours, days, weeks, months, would
not be long enough. It would not take less
than three yr-u-s, traveling all the time at
that tremendous pace, before it would reach
If that wan the case with respect to the
nearest of the stars, what must be said of
those which were farther off? There were
stars so remote that if the news of the vic
tory of Wellington at Waterloo had been
flashed to them in 1815 on that celestial tel
egraph system it would not have reached
them yet, even if the message had sped at
the puce which he hitd indicated and had
been traveling all the time.
Kay, more, if the glad tidings of that first
Christmas in Bethlehem 19 centuries ago
had been disseminated through the uni
verse, there were yet stars of which astron
omers could tell them plunged into space
In depths so r.ppalling that even the years
that have elapsed since that event would
not have been long enough for the news to
reach them, though it traveled at a speed
of 130,000 miles in every second. Chicago
L'eafness Cannot be Cared
by local applications, as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the ear.
There is only one way to cure deaf
ness, and that is by constitutional
remedies. Deafness is caused by an
inflamed condition of the mucous
lining of the eustachian tube. When
this tube' gets inflamed you have a
rumbling sound or imperfect hear
ing, and when it is entirely closed
deafness is the result, and unless the
inflammation can be taken out and
this tube restored to its normal con
dition, hearing will be destroyed for
ever; nine cases, out of ten are caused
by catarrh, which is nothing but an
inflamed condition of the mucous
We will give One Hundred Dollars
for any case of deafness (caused by
catarrh) that cannot be cured by
Hall's Catarrh Cure. S-nd for cir
F.J. Cheney & Co.. Props., Toiedo.O
f&aS-Sold by druggists, 75c.
Methods of Communication
Among the Indians.
The Picturesque of Eloquence. Thoughts
KxpreaiMHi ia Silence. How Indian His
tory is 1'reserved. Letter from an In
dian about Kickapoo Indian Sagwa.
The sign language of the Indians Is a
womlerful thing. Two Indians different in
their speech as a German and a Spaniard
will readily communicate with each other.
It is the picturesque of eloquence to watch
an Indian addressing n council and without
speaking a word, making hia meaning clear
to nil present by sign.
Histories and all written communications
are mode by pictures. The family history
of a chief will be painted on a tepee. The
following is a specimen of this method of
The "letter" was written by KEE-EtrKAR-we,
"The one who knows secrets," a Kick.
apoo Indian Medicine Man.
Specimen of Ixoias Letter Writing. '
The above letter translates as follows:
"The Indian offer to their vhit brother
flower, leave, root and bark, made by th
tun, th ttart, and the rai.i (nature. If th
tehit brother i ich, thU vrill make him ttronger
than th bear tcho trill rail beor him."
Sagwa" Is a medicine word meaning
good or best, and signifies "best medicine."
Here are the sincere statements of a. no
ble son of a grand race.
Kvery word is true.
Catlin, the highest authority on tho In.
dlans and who lived mmg them for
years, says "the word of an Indian can. al
wavs be relied upon," and he is right.
Here is proof of the genuine value of
Kickapoo Indian Sagwa.
Here is a letter from a far different source.
The following Is from the Professor of
Physiological Chemistry at Yale College,
and this KCieutist says :
"After a chemical analysis of Indian Sagwa,
I find it to be an Extract of Root, Baric
and Herb of Valuable Remedial Action
with no Mineral or other Deleter-tout Admix
Heed the teachings of these letters.
Take Nature's Kamedy In season. If your
blood is impure and your skin is marked
by pimple, blotches and boils; If yon
have dull pains in your back and aide; If
your appetite is poor; if you do not ge
sound, refreshing sleep, so necessary to
your health and strength, you or in Danr
per. These, and other symptoms are the
warning of nature.
Arouse yourself, and drive off the enemy
Arm yourself with Kickapoo Indian Sag.
wa build up your system by its use sal
' ail danger is averted.
Kickapoo Indian Sagwa and other Kick,
apoo Indian medicines contain only the
products of the field and forest, nature's
own vegetable growth al roots, barks and
herbs, and of necessity are tree from all
mineral poisons whatever, because the
Indians have no knowledge of them, de
pending wholly upon nature's laboratory
for their resources, and upon their skill,
bora of centuries of experience.
KICKAPOO INDIAN 8ACWA
to told by Druggists ana Medicine Dealer Oate,
$1 par Bottle, tier S9.
WMt & fx
HATCHED TEH MONTHS,
A troublesome skin disease
I caused me to scratch for ten
months, and has been
by a few days' use of 1
M. II. Wolff, Upper Marlboro, Md-
I was cured several years ago of white swelling
in my leg by using and have had no
symptoms of re Pl turn of the dis
ease. Many promlnentpnyu!ians attended me
and all failed, but 8. 8: 8. did the work. r
Fact. W. KptKPATRiCK, Johnson City, Tenn.
Treatise on Blood and Skin Dis
eases mailed free.
Swift Specific Co.,
Such Testimony as is Given by Those
Who Are Cured" at the Scott
Catarrh Followed ly Incipient Con
sumption. That neglected catarrh will result
in consumption in many rases has
been abundantly demonstrated by
the testimony of patients who have
been cured of the lirst disease and
had the second arrested fin time by
the physicians of the Scott Medical
The statement of Mr. Charles Coh
nan, 2016 Second avenue, Kock Isl
and, is indeed an interesting one.
Mr. Cohnan says:
"My disease was contracted
through colds and exposure, and
while it appeared first in my head
and throat, it soon fastened on my
lungs and involved my entire sys
CHAS. II. COHNAN.
201G 2d av., Kock Island.
My head and nose were chok.td
full ail of the time. I had terrible
frontal pain over my eyes, my throat
was dry and sore and ni cough irri
tating. When the disease extended
to my 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 flesh. Before tak
ing sick 1 weighed -160 pounds and
gradually failed until my weight was
between 90 and 95 pounds. '
Three different physicians gave
me up to die. I was ordered to go to
Colorado. I went. I could hardly
return home. I lost hope and my
friends would come expecting to hear
I was dead. The doctor ordered all
medicine to be 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! I wanted to try them as a
Within a week after commencing
treatment I was able to sit up a little
and within two months I gained in
weight from 95 pounds up to my for
mer w eight of 160 pounds.
I am well and my neighbors and
friends can scarcely believe the re
sult. This statement is given free and
voluntary. I have received no value
for giving this statement and I have
paid for my treatment the same as I
would to any physician."
The above.'. statement given by my
son is heartily corroborated by me,
and I know the testimony to be true.
. John J. Cohnan.
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UlShn rrvishecr.. A!! ofuoufe'
it I rckor.f youdont JrkVs$i fi
Estate of Jine? Cox. Deceased.
The undersigned having been mm'.. .
istrator of the estate8 or
of the county of Rock Island, ft. eoM
. , - . b". "win., ma; rem . .
before the county court of Kxk i.v-
va AC1BI1U, Ul !' .li ra . i
the nrst Monday in
time all persons having claimn .-,.. :
- ...... 10 n", r f I.
purpose of having the name adlu.tw J
sons indebted to mill estate ire
immeaiaie payment to the underi.
o iuis coo uav or Msrrh. A. D
HEN'RYL WHEELAN', Adm't.
STATU OF ILUNoTs )
KOCK Iauxs COCNTT, l"-
In the Circuit Court, In Chsrt-t
May term A. D.. lsi. "
Mary Peterson vs Ernest Peterson
net e umiv ui me cirruu court. nuTire -,1
given to the said non-resident def-r.:..
complainant tiled her bill of eonipla::':':- t
cruiwuiu ubj ui .n . i ii, i i. tyt ...
a summons issued ont of aid m uC-,'.'
suit is now pendinc, returnable ou the ff
uujr iu iue 111 tj li i ii in .TiaY next, as bv :tx
3uina. jdw, ume s you. the s:t:d tor. re,
efendsut above named, sta.l iiernr.a: i
uppeur oeiore eaiu circuit court on tht r : ;
the next term theieof. to be huMi r vVv
and in and forlhe eaid cuuitty.rn tL. in S
uaj in may licit, ami j'liad. answer orors
ine raiu complainant Dili of C"inp.i.r.tbt
and the matters and thin;; therein ct:W
stated will be alien as cnf. s!. .1. sai
enierea agains; you accoruii: to tie
GEORGE W. (JAMBI.E CY
Rock Island. Illinois. March IT.
Jackson & Hwt, Craip!ait:ar.;' c:-
STATE OF ILLINOIS.
Rock Island Coi-htt.
In the county court of a:d coin.tv
Term, A. D. ItiytJ.
J. R. Johnston, administrator ?
Thomas K. O'lionneil. dece.-i-ed.
O'Donnell. Patrick triiomieil. M ctuei
Mary Kitzgibbone, James o'Ponre;!. Vi-&-
O'Donnell, Mary O'Donnell U .ncv n:
Nora O'Donnell. .lohn r" O Dm r.- '. S!d
O'Donnell, Minnie J. O'Donueil, aid Sir; Ad
Afliidavit of ron-roidei.ce of the s.:d
O'Donnell. John F. O'lKinrieii. Mmrt
Minnie J . O'Donnell. Nora o'Dori.e:1.
O'Donnell. James O'DonBeil. Patrick .''-jJ
and Mary Agnes O'Donneil, havini lietD :
the office of the Clerk of said omnty co :tt !
is herebv given to the said Patrick u ?
Mary O'Donnell. Maurce VIorne".!. Ji't
O'Donnell. Mapirie O Donii-il. Minnie -' y
nell. Nora O'Donnell. Mary Aimer o T Tie.
Jamil O'Donnell heirs of the sa d IS a
O'Dorinell. deceased that tie raid raa-
Johnston. administrator f the c'a'.e o.
R OTIoYinplh HeeHed. fliej in the
court on the 17ih dav of March. A P "
petition making the said Patrick ' Doc: r
O'Donnell Maurice O'Donnell. John F.
nell. Ma?ie l.'Dotm 1!. Mti.n e J
Nora O'Donnell, Mary Amies u l).t.-t. .
O'Donnell, aud otkers, def ndants. pry-i
order directing him to sell fi.rthe ; ..r;"'"'
ing the debts of said estate the to'.Wv .
real ettate, to-wit :
The eat t naif of the northwest psrr:
east hair of the southwest fjusrttr
twenty one (21) tow nshiji riuetctii
range three (U) east of the fourth i
meridan, as established by ttie Mine? -'"
of tbe I ulted Mates sitna'vd :n the n
Rock Island snd Whiteside as the
the two said count i 8 havinir been ies
but subject to the rl"!it of w iv ,f the
Hock 'eland St. Louis Kai.way to.u
following defcribed real estate: .v .
A certain tract or parcel of laid in:.'
west ijnarter of tbe noilhwest ysarvro-
twenty-eight (38) in townshi;) r im tees -'
range three (31 cast of the fctirth i nr.-. ,-
ridian and descr.biil as follow- to r .
Beginning two hundred and tcf.ys'
tenths vfM 8-1 ) feet ea?t of the v. r.-t-tions
twenty, (20), wenty-one. r.'ih tet .f
(28), and twenty-uine (?.) in the '--;.'
said, thence south one hundred at d n:v
1W) feet, thence eijrhtv-six aid l---:
(Wi) degrees. t-t one hundre I s i.: f '
(16(t) feet, thence north twei.ty t-ce
fourth (SHht) west two hundred and -f
feet to the section line, thence e-t -
line flftv-nine aid one-third .''.'J
place of beginning situated in '' ' V .'
Creek counties of Kock Island and '- e
state of Illinois. ..
That a summons thereupon be -cio-
court againslthc above nnniea defer. :t-. -
able ou the first dny of the term o!
conrt to be held at the court hoc-"
on the first Monday of Apr 1 A 1
the law requirtd. which suit i
unless you appear tn said cor.rt. 'i t. - -
the May term thereon to ! - ss "
house in the city of Kock I-:
and state, on the first Mor.d iy f ' y; ..
and pieau. answer or r.enmr. "
In filed, the same wiil he
acainst you. and jaritudit th. -entered
Dated this 18th day of March. A. I'
U.I ALMA K KOiiLE'11
McErsiRT VcEmbt Soiiciter?
PKOIOSALS FOR FRESH PF.EF-j
missary of rtuhsistence. 1 . ;.
417 Pullmn Building. ChicaMi.no.-
13. Sealed proposals, in iiu---r
i. ........... o-iiMpittilops S it 1 eJ - . .
led by written Ruarantefs s .
sponsible persons, will oe m -
II be rceintd a
nil 11 o'clock a. . on 1 ', ts'?
May. 1M, at which time ',' J'f t
opened in presence of hidi.ers. i
cbquantiiies of Fresh He1'' , Elth
mice cuts of FiesB Ueef tor sai -s; - I
of May. at w hich urn
i. ., .
quired by the Kubaistence
Army, at Iodiananoli' Arret ai. " ' jVc
i" I trt
dians, J fferton BatracKs. " ' C'ti
audArseaal. Kock Island. . W
fiscal vear comment lug July l- ' t xi,
will be received up to and ; ' 1 (VM
hour at the several i sts ty . " tfi
missaries (of such tor. '"' p.-.
sary receiving protosa " ' . ma.'-,.
Blanks for prosaic ",;!,7':, . 'fct '.
cf Instructions to liidd. r?. k"'l,q -!,,
tion as to tte qnaiiiy "" '. obn-;;
ncr of bidoing. conuitions too atru
deis. and terms of contract a I
furnished on applicatlmi '"' roeot vi
A. O 8. of any i-oat Ths 3
SE.1-. for F.h 6eeV-
Sr.ined, or to the A. - l . s.
J. UTtiUmsn. Major and I.