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THE AJiGUS, SATURDAY, APRIL, 15, 1893.
Published Daily and Weekly at 1634 Seconi
Avenue, Rork Island, UK -
J, W. POTTEK,
Daily B4ic per month: weekly W.UO
par aaaam; in advauce 91 .so
AS communications of a critical or argumenta
tive character, political or religions, must have
real name atcacnea ror publication, no sucn
articles will be printed over fictitious signature.
Anoymoua communications not noticed.
Correspondence solicited from every township
1 1 Kock island coam .
Saturday, April 15, 1898.
Gov.Altgf.ld has sent a message to
the assembly transmitting a request
01 Attorney ueneral Moloney for an
appropriation to carry on the suits
against the ex-treasurers.
Statistics seem to show that the
safest place to bo if you don't want to
get "stove up' is in a railroad car
riage. Fewer people in proportion
are killed in the traveling way than
in most other moderately hazardous
A woman despairing of collecting a
20-cent bill from a police court law
yer proceeded, in vulgar parlance, to
take it out of his hide. But she gave
it up. Wiser heads counseled her
that the whole pelt would not be
worth that sum.
As A jocular surprise a Chicagoan
presented a bomb to a friend, who
handled it carelessly and was blown
as far as to catch a fleeing glimpse of
the Styx. It was fortunate that the
episode was labeled a joke, for its air
of earnestness might have misled ob
servers. Tiikee women of Haverhill. Mass.,
ran away from their husbands on one
day recently. The circumstance is
not, perhaps, of especial importance
in other places, but in that good old
town society has not had such a de
licious thrill isinee the cooking of the
KrDYARD Kipling is now the papa
of a young1 American daughter, born
in the little but O my! state of Ver
mont. Kud would better prepare to
become reconciled with the blooming
Yankees they appear to be invading
his domestic privacy in the most un
A San Francisco amateur actress
Stabbed and killed the author and he
ro of an amateur play during t he per
formance. Leading ladies and au
thors have been at swords points
syice the drama did exist, but fortun
ately their differences rarely, result
as sadly as on this occasion.
The cruiser Adams will go to
Behring sea no more. The navy de
partment has concluded that while
the Adams does not amount to much,
it is too respectable a craft to be sub
jected to the humiliation of defeat by
every fishing smack that chooses to
run a wav from it.
Fish Hatcher Kounseville of Mas
sachusetts is accused of trying to
propagifte two-headed trout. No ex
planation is vouchsafed, but it is sur
mised that this is in ojder to furnish
bites enough to go round in the
Streams of the commoirwealth, where
fishers are plenty and fishes few.
A tetrified finger is reported to
have been found in Idaho, and science
is bothered as to its origin and own
ership. The conclusion that it is the
famous finger of scorn and became
petrified from overwork and astonish
ment in a vain endeavor to point at
the ubiquitous Idaho liar, does not
We observe that Hon. lien T.
Cable has opened a private office in
Washington, I). C. where he will be
prepared to attend to the patronage
of his friends in this part of the
country. This is another illustra
tion of the philanthropic nature of
our ex-congressman. Mr. Cable is
amply ablt- to carry out such a
scheme, and those who were recently
his constituents (ami will doubtless
be again) will feel very grateful to
him for his valuable assistance.
The Truancy Mill.
The democrats in the house at
Springfield have after a hard tussle
advanced the caucus truancy bill to
a third reading, notwithstanding a
factions opposition from the republi
cans, who wanted to incorporate in
the bill provisions that would be con
strued to authorize supervision by
the public school officials of the pri
vate and parochial schools. Thev
were defeated at every move, and the
caucus bill was approved bv the
house. This measure will now" pass
both houses and become a law. Un
der it no beadle can invade a private
ochool to interfere with it. It pro
vides for theeducation of all children,
and a penalty for truancy, It will
8uit the people.
A dispatch from Montreal says that
hundreds of French-Canadians are
leaving that city daily to work in the
brick yards of New England. Since
the 15th of March, it is said, three
carloads of these sturdy laborers
have crossed the border every day.
U N i BEL
They are not all coming to stay
else lower Canada would soon be de
populated. Indeed, all of them ex
pect "to return in the fall with enough
American money to support their
families during the winter. Rut ex
perience has shown that not all of
them do go back. Some marry their
own pretty countrywomen already
settled in the New England factory
towns. Others get winter jobs. Oth
ers drift westward and never see
Canada again. But with one and all
the present purpose is to get out of a
country where they cannot make a
living into a country where there is
wages to work for. There is another
route of exodus for the French-Canadians
from Cape Breton to Nova Sco
tia to Boston and other Massachu
setts ports; and that, too, is
By such examples we learn the
force of Mr. Mercicrs speech in Mon
treal the other day and how dire is
the necessity resting 011 Canada for
some speedy change in political and
economic conaitions. Annexation,
if you please. The brain and brawn of
Canada seem to be annexing them
selves as fast as they can without any
fornial act of governmeut. Indeed,
there isn't much left now but debt
and 'loyalty,' neither of which, as
the Chicago Post remarks, is a good
cure for hunger.
Deafness Cannot be Cured
bv local applications, as thev 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
runiblinjr sound or imperfect hear-
nr, 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 arc caused
by catarrh, which is nothing but an
inflamed condition of the mucous
We will give One Hundred Dollars
for anv case of deafness (caused bv
catarrh) that cannot be cured by
Hall s Catarrh Cure. Send for cir
F.J. Cheney & Co. .Props., Toledo, O
BssSold bv druggists, 7oc.
Fits All tits stopped free by Dr
vline's Ureat Nerve Restorer. No
fits after the first day's use. Marvel
ous cures. Treaise and $ 2 trial bot
tle free to tit cases. Send to Dr.
Kline, 931 Arch street, Philadelphia,
Pa For sale by all druggists: call
Methods of Communication
Among the Indians.
The Pi-tureqne of Eloquence. Thonjrhta
Kxim-sM'.l in Silence. How Indian ills
tory ia I'reservctl. Letter from an In
dian about Kickapoo Indian Sagrwa.
The sisn language of the Indians Is a
w oinlorful thins- Two Indians different la
tlieir spoeeli as a German and a Spaniard
will readily communicate with each other.
It is the picturesque of eloquence towatch
an Indian nddressinsr a council an 1 without
sru-nkiiiir iiwor.1. making hia meaning clear
tu :ill present by Miens.
Histories am! written communications
are luude by Kiotures. The family history
of a chief will lie painted on a tepee. The
following is a specimen of this method of
comm anient ion.
Tim -letter" wm written by Eee f.IMH.
sjte, "Th" one who knows secrets," a Kick
apoo Indian Medicine Man.
Sl-ECIMES OF I5DIAS LETTER WHITING.
The abOTe letter translates as follows:
"The Indian offer to their tchite brother
flower, leaves, root and barts, made by the
tun, the start, txnd the rain (nature.) If the
tekite brother it sick, this trill make him stronger
than the bear icko i7J fall before bim."
'Sagwa' is a medicine word meaning
good or best, and signifies "best medicine.
Here are the sincere statements of a co
ble son of a prand race.
Every word is true.
Catliu, the highest authority on the In.
Cliiui and who lived ttmone them for
years, suvs "the word of an Indian can al
ways be relied upon." and he is rifrht.
lfet is proof of the genuine value of
Ktckupoo Indian Sagwa.
Here is a letter from a far different sonrce.
The following is from the Professor of
Physiological Chemistry at Yale College,
and this scientist says :
"After a chemical analysis of Indian Sagvm,
I find it to be an Extract of Hoots, Hart
and Herbs of Valuable Remedial Action
with no Mineral or other Veleteriou Admix
Heed the teachings of these letters.
Take Nature's Keniedy in aeason. If yonr
blood is impure and your skin is marked
by pminles. blotches and boils; if yoa
have dull pains in your back and aide; if
your appetite is poor; if you do not get
ouiid, refreshing sleep, o necessary to
yonr health and strength, you are tn Dan
ger. These, and other symptoms axe the
warnings of nature.
Arouse vourself, and drive off the enemy
Arm yourself with Kickapoo Indian Sag
wa imiid up your system by Its use ana
all rt.msrer is averted.
Kickupoo Indian Sagwa and other Kick
apoo Indian medicines contain only the
products of the field and forest, nature'a
own ve-jretable growth ! roots, barka and
berhs, and of necessity are free from all
mineral poisons whatever, because the
Indians have no knowledge of them, de-
J tending wholly upon nature's laboratory
or their resources, and upon their skill,
born of centuries of experience, a
KICKAPOO INDIAN SAGWA
U sold by Druggists and Vedicloo Dealer Only.
$1 per Bottle, 6 for $5.
FOR renovating the
entire system, eliminating
all Poisor.s from the Blood,
whether of scrofulous cr
malarial origin, this prep
aration has no equal.
"Far eighteen months 1 had an
tat in? sere ctt my tongue. I vezi
treated by best local fliysician.;
tut citaincJ no relief; 'lie sore
gradually grrot vorse. I finally
took S. S. .V, and was entirely
cured after using- a few bottles."
C. B. McLcmope,
Henderson, J ex.
REAT1SE on Blood and Skin
Diseases mailed free.
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The Lives and Graves
Of Our Presidents.
By the Henotrned Writer, (7. S. Weaver, 1. D.,
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It i theonlif book ever pnbiished containing
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with fu 1 and accurate
lirsrrintiiin of li rave nil Tt mlis
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Over 200,010 sold, and yet two-thirds of the ter
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traits of our national heroes convinces us that our
patriotism la not dead, and the story of tht ir
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This ureal historical work contains SO Itirli
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of aaay. 1,!18, M which time tnd place they will
be opened in presence of bidders, for furnit-hire
snch quantities of Fresh ISecf for issues, rnti
Choice cuts cf Fresh Keef for snlcs. as may he re
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jrmy. at Icdianaioli Arsenal, lndiannpoiis. In
diana, J. flVrcon Barracks, Missouri. aid Hock lsl
and Arsenal. Ko k Island. Illinois, durii a tbc
fiscal year con imnrit p July 1st. lflS. Iroouls
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missaries of such jos'8, each post commis
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Blanks forptooyals and guarantees and circular
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posals for Fresh Bet f" and addressed to the un
dersigned, or to the A. O. S. at the post bid for.
J. 11. Oilman. Major and t". S., U. S. Army.
A tew and Complete Treatment, consisting cf
Suppositories. Ointment in apsuls. also in Box
ar.d Pills; A l'ositivr t ure for External. Blind or
Blccdira: Itching, t'hronic Kect ni or rieredittry
Files, Feik weknessfb and muny other dis
eases; it is Blw ays a :reat 1 cnefit to the penertj
health. 1 he first discovery of a medical cure ren
derimran operation with the knife unnecessary
herefter TMs li niedy has never been known
to fail. 1 jmt box. 6 for ?5; sect bv mail. Why
sr.ffer from this ternable distase when a written
marantee is jositiviy piven with 6 bottles, to re
fund the money if not cured. Send stamp for
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JAPANESE LIVER PELLETS
Acts like maple cn the Stomach, Liver and Baw
es; dtseis liysprpsia, Ilillonsncss. Fever. Colds,
Nervcias Disorders, sleeplessness, Loss of Appetite,
restores the rompleciion ; perfect digestion fol
lows their use. lositive care lor it ICR. Beadacdk
and Oonstlpation. Small, mild, tasy to take. Larue
Vi"l f Nl Pills 25 rent.
HAKTZAULUIKVER Sole Apcnts Rock lsl
LA LOS. TIME, MONET
SO A P.
Use it yom own way.
It is the beet Soap made
For ,v88hiiu Machiue use.
VARNOCK & RALSTON.
Such reslimony as is Given by Those
Who Are "Cured" at the Scott
Catarrh Followed liy Incipient Con
sumption. That neglected catarrh will result
in consumption in many cases has
been abundantly demonstrated by
the testimony of natients who have
been cured of the lirst disease and
had the second arrested in time bv
the physicians of the Scott Medical
The statement of Mr. Charles Coh-
nan. 1:010 eeoni avenue, hock isl
and, is indeed an interestiii"; one-
Mr. Cohnau savs:
'Mv disease . was contracted
throuirh colds and exiwsure, and
while it appeared lirst in niv head
and throat, it soon fastened on my
lungs and involved my entire sys
tem. (HAS. II. COHXAX,
2016 2d av., Kock Island.
Mv head and nose were cliokod
full all of the time. I had terrible
frontal pain over mv eves, niv throat
was urv and sore and my coiijrh irri
tating. When the disease extended
to my lungs I had violent pains
throusrh them, changing Irom 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 mv weight was
between "JO and 05 pounds.
Ihree different phVMCians gave
me up to die. 1 was ordered to go to
Colorado. I went. I could hardlv
return home. I lost hope and my
friends would come expecting to hear
1 was dead. 1 he doctor ordered all
medicine to be discontinued, as he
aiil 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 trv 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 9 pounds up to my for
mer weight of ltiil pounds.
I am well and mv 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 1 have
paid for my treatment the same as I
would to any physician.
I he above statement given bv mv
son is heartily corroborated by me.
and I know the testimony to lo true.
JOIIX J. COHSAX.
$5 A M 'STB!
All patients will lie treated until
cured for $5 per month. This in
cludes consultation, examination,
treatment and medicine for all
patients and for all diseases.
-21 Brady street, Davenport, Ia.
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Diseases, Skin Diseases, t'hronic Dis
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rhmimRtism. kidney, lirer and bindrier complainta,
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i DMINISTRATOTi's Xori
Estate of Janio? t'o.x. p..c..S5,
The undersiin:ed havirsr h,-en v" -istrator
of the t,f J-,'- '
of the county of T?.ck Nl.,:.,'. k'o
ceased, hereby irives coT:te" V -before
the couutv court of i
ty. at the offlep of ih. 1.
the city of Hoc Island, at tU-'
the first Mondav in Jr.n- -'o
time all persons iravinc c!a:a: a
tate are norif.ed ami rcqavvi v."
porpose of having the same
sons Indebted to sad esi.-.:,. i-,-maise
immediate payrm -r: to the t:i
Dat?d this 2inJ itar of Mar. A.
HENRY 1. W11EEI.AN. V
ttri;. gX!X!UTORS noticp:.
Estate of Jartif c. M
Tie underairned hsvint
tar at lie last !)i acd tcuoe'f ".- "
Mahoaey. law or the crt.rtv of' ho i TV-'"'
state of Illinois, deceased, herein .-
that b will appear before the c'-Vco-- :t
Bock Islan.J. county, .it t!ic oir.ee r.'x'h., -snid
coon, in ihe ciiv of Kxk V V
June term, on the f.r-t Vi-: csr taV-t"'-at
which time all perot:P inv:- .' ,Pt " '
said estate arenotifie.! a:: 1 n-ijTe-i-a':o a-
for the purpose of havtr:; the r .e ai .-i i
persons indebted t jstoe-tt . a-s r, "".-'"
at immedist" pavnietit to tie n-e-- --
Dated thw lsih dav of r--' ''.'""
WM. E. KUNiir'EU EK. KiV-.tot.
STATE or ILLINOIS, I
Kock Island County, "
In the Ctrcuit Cottrt. ir. Ch n ,-.
May una A. !.. :
Mary IYtcrson vs Krt .st Petrn.
AQidavit of nou n ?;.!nice of EtEt-t
the above dcfeniai t. t.atiic 'ws 5 i : -i
clerk's office of the c.r.-stt to:.tt. r. '-. e -t"r-given
to Ihe f i i nu-r st Ut t it; : ;- t.y -compliinsnt
tied Lor K.; of i s Lt .e ' ,1
court, on the chancery st-!e thetpff. or. -t-.
enteenth day of March, lr'.c' at.: t!it t: r :.:
a snmmors issued out of a:;i o ..rr. :.c-...:
suit is now pending. nJ'trnr.'.iY ot. tte -.- V.
day in the morth of May dir. :s .r ir.n r:
quired. Now, utile s you. th-- l : r i :
defendant above r:i::n.i. jHrvt.s.y tn r
appear before es;d cir c. :;rt . v. !.e :.--t
the next term thereof, to t o !.,. ', r. I:
and in and for the satd c;:i:!.-v. . n t:.; ir: V t-
day in May neit. ai d i liai, .tr, r
Ihe said comp'.aii.ai.t h:: of o. -.r . tt; .r
and ihe manors anJ t!.:i:- -t.er. : :.:vt-:
tla'edwill be 'al.or. r.'---t .i. r: ; aiv
entered against yon acoruiLj !o ;:.e ; n.-.t
OEORt," W. GAV.P.!.;:. (. -i
RiKk Island. Llin Varch 17.
Jacksos Jt Drnsr. Cir. .p".ai:. : t
STATE OF ILLINOIS.
Kock Island Cot stt. i"
In the counlv cocr' of ,a:d roitr'v -.
Term, A. 1). 1-V;.
J. R. Johr,?fi'ri. roitiituir-r ilor t. th-
Thomas l. o'l otst.t :i. .:tot i-tii.
O'Donnell. Patrick .i'l.u:::. i'. M rr a. : . :
Mary Fit7itiftboii?. .I:ium s :.ro...
O'DonneiC Mary O'l'oTa;. Ma'.rce
Nora ODonr.e;!. .loin t" i i'.'i
0"IKnnell, Minnie J. Eon:.:;, aid X
Affitdat U of rot-ret-tdi :.ce .f i:
O Donnell. .lonn V O'U. Lre.l. !;.'J.r
Minnie J . ODonnell. Nora o"lo: !:..:
O'Dor.nei:. Jam O'liocs- '.i. I'litr.
and Mary Acne;' O D utiiei:. I: v. !
the office of the cseik a!d ct:nty -
is hereby irivou I( iho si.i P:.'r c.
Marv O'Donne'.l. Maur ce 'l'otne ..
OTlonnell. Ma'c !' i :. ii. 1 i t -rcll.
Nora O"! .oune:!. Ma'y .n.v '!'
: i SitT
int. - E
Jam.s O'Pi'tT.eii he::s o. t! . t "i
O'LKirne". de rased that T o
Johnston, administrator I h - ..te
B. U'Donnell. decea-ei". n i t: '
court on the lTi h day of .-irrii. A I1
petition tnakine the said Patr:m i' "
O'Donnell Maurice i !'o:,t:oi'.. J. : r
noil. Maggie t "! mi li. M::.a e
Nora O'l'oniK'il. Mary .!:'; U I' i t
O'Honnell, and others. d--let:tai.t. ; -order
direetit him to-e'.i fort'.e. i "
in? tte debts of said estate : tie ;o"Y :
real eftat. to-wii :
Theea;thr.lf of the nortl.wi-- -r
east half of ihe southwi otirr: -r
twtnty one (311 toiht; in.
rarire three (o es.-t of the I urt 1
meridan, as es'aiilirlo d by t:r.-:-of
ihe luitcJ e tat.-s sit' a ed ir. i ' 1
Bock Islard nl Wr.itesioe '!'
ihetwosaid countis hav:i l'-- r
but subject to the rb-ht of way of
Kock slant, & M. Loui" I; -
following describe.! real est;!'-'
A certain trae or t.areei of '.
west qnarter of the reoth.v?.: . ; t:ti r ' '
twenty -i iah: ! in towi-sl i '.m
ranee tiiree (ti east or II o f.-i:".. ','
ridian and dtserbt tl as folio- to :
Beirinnini: two hundrt.-I mi i
tenths M)M1 ftei .a-tof it
tions twtn'y, tS'.'i, 1 wer.tj -!: . : ' '
and IweMy-iiitie V.') in 1:e ' "
said, thet'cv south one hi.i.-!r it a" :
(Wl feet, t!:ti:c. ei.i'-v-- v a . :r;
("i) tleirrees. la-t ne h':ndre : :
(16M feet, tinnoo li.irt'i tw. I : -fourlh
(Sy't) wtst two l.undte-: -feet
to the section line, thence '
lire fiftv-nine at. I or.e-thir-t .
place if heft r.nii l siitiate.l :n :
C'rek counties of Hook Island
state of liiinois.
Tt.at a summon thereupn he
courtarainsltlie ahore named Ce.n
able oh the first day of the term -court
to be held at the court boi:--on
tbe first Monday of Apr 1 A. 1
the iaw rnjuired. wtrcb suit i- ;
unless you appear in said coi.rt. ot.
the Star teiui thereon to be le
-. r ':"
. - -1
house in the lityof Kock I-:
and tale nil the first Mor.'Iy
f V--.v - V
and plrad. answer or !.-nur. ' 1' ' ,...!
in hied, the saui. will U- ' t. - .,r.
aaainst you. and jtiij:n nt theft.:
Dated this ISiU day of March. A. 1 '
IIIALMAli Kuai-'-li -
McENIKV .vcEmi-.V nl:i:-
Made fro -n any. Id photo. '"
KUbl Photographic r,,,)kf,l'",'eJ-
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