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THE AKGUS, "WEDNESDAY, APRIL 19, 1893.
Published Daily and Weekly t 1614 Seconl
Avenne, Bock Island, 111.
J, W. Potter,
Ttan-Dily SOc per month; v eeuly W.tO
par MBnm: In advance f 1 .SO .
All communication! of a critical or armament
tire character, polIUcal or religions, most bs'
real name attached for publication. No such
article will be printed over fictitious signatures.
Anoymons comsnnnlcatious not noticed.
Correspondence solicited from every townahtp
Ji Bock Island counts .
Wednesday, April 19, 1893.
Almost daily people are swindled
by confidence men who offer them
positions and then require a deposit.
The simple-minded citizen who under
goes an operation ol this sort is
probably only entering: upon his
career. In the future he will buy a
gold brick made of brass, and end a
long- and useless lfe by breathing on
It is a little amusing to read the
newspaper criticisms on the artistio
merits of the new Columbian postage
stamps. Some journals praise them
with great liberality while others take
the opposite view and display their
knowledge or want of it in the se
verest criticisms. Fortunately all
this will have no effect on the pres
A London paper makes a long ex
pose of the methods used by English
sharpers to swindle people through
the pretence that great estates are
anxiously awaiting claimants. Un
fortunately the class of people who
chase these mythical estates have not
reached that stage of mental develop
ment that results in a craving to
read the newspapers.
When a train rolled into a Pennsyl
vania station recently three dead
people were found stacked upn the
pilot of the locomotive, a fourth hav
ing been left by the roadside for lack
of room. The discovery pained and
eurprised the engineer, who really
seems to be a humane man, though
why he should bo out of his element
instead of in a home for the blind,
dispatches have not yet explained.
Canada is building two largo
trading vessels for the lakes. They
are called trading vessels because an
old treaty precludes the use of the
title of men-of-war. If tho United
States would give Canada a quit
claim deed to the lakes and move its
trifling interests back from the
shore, possibly Canada would accept
the compromise, and peace, that now
seems somewhat endangered, con
tinue its benign sway.
Tiiere is a man in New York
hospital whoie lung has leaked his
skin so full of air that ho is expected
to explode and expire noisily and
simultaneously. This story, with a
different man in the title role, was
sent out from the same veracious
hospital a year ago, and the world
that listened with bated breath for
the detonation that never came is
noticed to bo bating less intently now
than rn the f firmer occasion.
The grand duke, Nicholas Coustan
tovitch, cousin of the czar, is a merry
old soul and loves his little joke. Ilo
did not like the medicine his physi
cian gave him and so inveigled the
doctor out into the adjacent arid
sands, where he buried him up to tho
neck and left him -all day in tho fieroo
beat of the sun. At night the doctor
was a ravin? maniac. Koyal jokes
are frequently a little rough, but be
ing crazy now, the physician can
probably laugh at his experience like
The St. James (Jjizetie has a curious
explanation of Mrs. Maybrick's late
alleged mu it;; to excite public sym
pathy by l l.:;. iii-T "possum. The Ga
zette says, that s!i ate a number of
needles and t'mn f"tgned sickness.
She may have cat -.1 the needles, taut
the feigning part of the explanation
will strike t!i general public as sir
gular. A person who has swallowed
a lot of needles is likely to become
sick in earnest. They are not a
wholesome, article of diet.
It lias heretofore been considered
perfectly safe to advertise a largo
forfeit if a proprietary or patent medi
cine should fail to do the wonderful
things claimed for it, but a hard
headed English judge has just decided
that the patent medicine advertiser
can be held to his oiler, and tho
makers of a preventive of influenza
will, therefore, be required to pay
$500 to a woman who took tho medi
cine according to directions and was,
nevertheless, attacked by influenza.
The New York World has gathered
the opinions of the leading physi
cians of New York and the health
officials on the probabilities of a
cholera epidemic this summer. On
the whole a careful review of what
these medical experts say leads to
the conclusion that a cholera epidem
ic is not probable. There is an al
most nanimous belief that we will
have some cases of cholera during
the hot months. The doctors, how
ever, ? point out very clearly in
the interviews which follow the reas
on why these sporadic cases are not
likely to become epidemic. I
Sivo aw, dear Lord, thy magic common thu
Which all can see, whica au may snare
sunlight and dewdrops, grass and stars and
Nothing unique and new, and nothing rare.
lost 'daisies, knapweed, wind among the
Some 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, hen my feet no longer tread old paths
Keep them from foaling sweet'thlngs any-
Write one old epitaph in gracelit words.
. Such things look fairer that he sojourned
Cause of Insomnia.
Now, it happens in this stirring age
of ours that men, and women, too,
are so much intellectually worked or
so emotionally disturbed that their
brains have more to do than they
can accomplish and yet preserve their
Mental work, w hether it be simply
perceptional, intellectual, emotional
or volitional, requires that an in
creased amount of blood shall flow
to the brain; hence during mental
exertion of any kind tho cerebral
vessels become distended, owing to
the increased volume of blood they
contain, and they remain in this con
dition as long as the exertion is con
tinued. If it is too intense, or if it
be persevered in for too long a period
without there being alternations of
rest, the vessels lose their contracti
bility and remain in a permanently
enlarged state. They are therefore
not able to contract so as to produce
sleep. A state of cerebral congestion
is established, and wakefulness is the
Such persons go to bed, perhaps
feeling as if they would sleep, but no
sooner do their heads touch their pil
lows than their minds become inordi
nately active, and they lie awake hour
after hour recalling the events of the
day, or else indulging in the most
preposterous thoughts. The blood
vessels will not empty themselves,
imply because they have lost the
power to do so. They are like the ia
dia rubber Iwmds that wo put around
big packages and leave undisturbed
for a long time. We try to use them
again, and we find that the elasticit
which they once possessed has gone.
Dr. Hammond in North American
A Successful Artist.
A clerk from one of the govern
ment departments was in Detroit re
cently visiting a friend.
"Who's the party I saw with you
yesterday V asked a citizen of the
"He's from Washington," was tho
rather indefinite reply.
"What does ho do there?"
"He's an artist."
"Why, some ono told mo he was a
"Ho isn't much of an artist, is he?"
-Of course. Why not ?"
"Because If he were he wouldn't be
in tho government Qmploy.V
"He is just the same, and a first
class artist too."
"What does he do?"
"Eighteen hundred dollars every
year." Detroit Free Press.
Deafness Canaot be Uarsd
by local applications, as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the tsar.
There is only one way to cure deaf
ness, and that is by eiuititutional
remedies. Deafness is caused by an
inflamed condition of the mucous
lining of the eustachian tube. Wlieu
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 "ill be destroyed f'r
eer: nine case out of ten are caused
lv catairh. . hich is nothing but an
ititiamed con d i : i u of the mucous
su rf ,iro..
Wo will gie One Hundred Dollars
for tttlV case of deafness (caused hy
cat .in ii ) t hat cannot be cured by
Hall's t'atarrh Cure. r-end Jf-.r cir
F.J. Cheney & Co. , Pro s. , Toledo. t )
p-.f Snl: lv druggist s, T.jc.
iriCTI e Why is Strictly Pure
VV hV ' White Lead the best
M"M- paint ? Because it
will outlast all other paints, give a
handsomer finish, better protection to
the wocd, and the first cost will be less.
If Barytes and other adulterants of
white lead are "just as good" as
Strictly Pure White Lead, why are all
ihe adulterated white leads always
branded Pure, or
" Strictly Pure
This Barytes is a heavy white powder
(ground stone), having the appearance
of white lead, worthless as a paint,
costing only about a cent a pound, and
is only used to cheapen the mixture.
What shoddy is to cloth, Barytes is
to paint. Be careful to use only old
and standard brands of white lead.
"Southern" "Red Seal"
"Collier" ' "Shipman"
are strictly pure, " Old Dutch " process
brands, established by a lifetime of use.
For colors use National Lead Co.'s
Pure White Lead Tintine Colors with
Strictly Pure White Lea3.
For sate by the most reliable dealers in
If you are going to paint, it will pay you
to send to us Tor a book containing informa
tion that may aave you many a dollar; it will
only cost you a postal card to do ao.
NATIONAL LEAD CO.,
1 Broadway, Hew York.
State and Fifteenth Streets.
The Red Men's Knowledge
of the Laws of Health.
Turkish" and MHussinM Bath of Clvtll.
cation Known to tne Indiana. How
They Do It. A Lesson From Natnra
which the Wise will Hoed Klckapoo
Indian Sag-wa s Grand Remedy.
Indians taxjvo Vapob Baths.
In till war an Indian takes a Turkish or a
"Kuulan" bath ; Thev dig a bole In ma earth.
In wiiivli they lay atone, and upon which they
build a Or, beating the stones to a rod heat; they
then carefully remove the coals ; cutting a num
ber of sapUUfTa they stick ona end In the ground,
bend tliem over and place tha other end alio la
the g round, these eitend over the hot stones ia
the shape of a half loop. Over these polea or
hoops iho Indians place aktns of. animals or
blanket. If the ' Russian or vapor bath Is de
sired, they then throw witter upon tha hot rocks,
thus cTeneratlng steam. Those desiring the vapor
bath crawl unJurceath. After tho puree of the
skin are opened and they profusely perspire thfy
crawl out aud another Indian dabhes buckets of
cold water over them, or they plunge Into a near
by stream. They are then rubbed thoroughly
with Klckapoo Indian Oil, and are given copious
drafts of Klckapoo Indian S&frwa, after which
they roll up In blanketa and hare a sound sleep.
Who can teach the Indians anything
about health? His own physique answers
for bis superior knowledge.
His preparations ot roots, barks and
berbs, now given to the world for the first
time In the Klckapoo Indian Remedies are
unequalled by any discoveries of the metV
leal world of tho whites.
When yon feel twinges of pain In your
Joints, look out, a slight cold might devel
op Rheumatic Fever. If you have pains In
your back or sides your liver is congested
or your kidneys are not performing their
work and poison is gathering In your body.
Exposure to cold or contagious diseases
would be fatal to you.
Pimples, blotches, and other humors In
dicate that tha poison Is working in your
blood. Tou feel languid, heavy, dull; yon
awake In the morning nnrekted. Beware!
Drive these symptoms away at once t
Take Klckapoo Indian s)agwa. It will
cleanse yoax system, beat yowr diseased
organs, purify and enrich the bloo, and
dr:ve every tsUutof poison from your body.
Then you will feel atrong, bright, alert
and autive as the Indian does.
Klokapoo Indian tagwa Is composed of
nature's remedies, gathered anil prepared
by nature's children, who depend uot upon
book knowledge for their cures, but upon
the leaves, the flowers, the roots and the
herbs that are placed in the earth by an
all-wise Providence forthe benefit of every
Why, look at the animals I
If your horse lacks his accustomed vigor
you are taught to turn him out to pasture.
You do so. The horse gets well.
Because there grows In every field the
tender leaves of some medicinal plant
which lnstinot tells the animals to eat, and
does for the poor old horse precisely wlmt
some other, or perhaps the sums plant w ill
do for a human being. Restores the wasted
energiesl Renews the lost strength! Re
vives the drooping spirits.
Kickapoo Indian Sagwa.
Sold by All Druffffiett and Deulcr.
$1.00 per Bottle, 6 Bottles for $5.00.
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Kstate of James Cos. Deceased.
The undersigned having been appointed admin
istrator of the estate of James Oil, late
of the connty of Rock Island, ru e of Illinois, de
ceased, hereby gives notice that I e will appear
before the connty court of Hex k island coun
ty, at tne office of tbe clerk of snid court, in
thecitv of Kock Island, at the Jnne term, on
the. first Monday in Jin ici1, at which
time all persons having claims iii.ta said es
tate are notified and requested to atteou for tbe
purpose of having tbe same adjusted. AM per
sons indebted to said estate are requested to
mace immediate payment to the ondersignei..
Dated this S2nd day of Mirch, A. D. 1893.
IIKNRYL, W II Eft LAN, Administrator.
Sstate of James C. Uahoney, deceased.
The undersigned having been appointed execn
wrof the last will aad testament of James O.
Mahoney. late of the county of Kock Island,
state ol Illinois, deceased, hereby vlvee notice
chat be will appear before the county court of
Kock Island county, at tne Oince of tne clerk or
aid court, in the city ot Rock Island, at the
Jnne teem, on the Brut Monday in June next,
u which time all persons hiving clalns apuinst
atd estate are notified and requested to attend
(or tbe purpose of haviue tbe same edjnsted. All
persons indebted to said estate are requested to
oaaK immediate payment to tne nv.nerslirnea.
Dated lhl 13th day of April, A. 1. 1WU.
VM. E. KLISEKELTKR. Executor.
STATE OF ILLINOIS, 1
Kock Istt-AJiu Cocktt. i
In the connty court of said connty to the Marcn
Term, A. D. ls!S.
J. R. Johnston, administrator tothees'ate of
Thomas 11. O 1 onnell, deceased, vs William
O'Donncll, Patrick O'Donnell. alichael O'Donnell,
Mary Fitzgihtions, Jsu es O'Donnell. Va gareth
O'Donne'l. Mary O'Donnell Maurice O'Donnell,
Nora O'Donroil. John K O'Donnell, Matitie
o'uonnell, Minnie J. O'fJonncll, and Mary Anes
Affluiavil of ron-resldence of the said Mary
O'Donuell. John F O'lonnell, Maie O'ponnell,
Minnie J . O Donnell. ora O Donnei', Maurice A.
O'Dor.nell. James O'Donsell, PatricK f)"Ionnell,
and Mary Agnes O'Donnell, having been Sled In
tbe office of the cieik of said connty court. .votice
s herebv given to the said Patrick O't onoell,
Mary O'Donnell. llsur ce O'Donnell. John F.
O'Donnell. Macule li'Donin ll. MiiiUie J. O'Don
nell. Nora O'Donnell, Mary agues O'Donnell and
Jam. O'Donnell heirs of the said '1 nomas B.
O'Docnell. deceased that tLe said James K.
Johnston, administrator cf the cs'ate of Thomas
B. O'Donnell, deceased, flied in tho county
court on the 17ih day of feiarch, A. D. his
petition making the said Patrick O'Donnell. Mary
O'Donnell Maurice O'Donnell, John F.. O'Don
nell, Maggie o'Donn 11, Minnie J. O'Donnell,
Nora O'Donnell, Mary Agnes O'Donnell, James
O'Donnell, aud others, defendant, praying or an
order dlrecllig him to sell forthe purpose of pay
ing the debts or said estate tbe following described
real estate, to-wit :
The ca t half of the northwest qnartcr and th
east hair of the southwest quarter f f section
twtlity one (91) township nineteen (HI) north
range three (3) east of the fourth i4) principal
mcridan, sses ablished by the surveyor general
of tbe Vnlted states situated in the counties of
Bock Island and Whiteside as tbe line between
the two said counties having been recently run
but subject to the right of way of the Kockford,
Rock 'aland t. Louis Railway Co , also the
following described real estate:
A certain tract or parcel of lar.d in the north
west qnartcr of the northwest quarter of section
twenti-eighi () in township tlneteen (1U) north
ranee three (3) east ot the fourth principal me
ridian and disrr.bi d as follows to wit :
Beginning two hundred and twenty aud eight
tenths 8-1 ) feet eat of tbe corner of sec
tions iwen'y, (a),tweuty-oue, (il), twenty-eight,
(iS), end twenty-uioe (UK) in the township afore
said, thence south one hundred and nlntty-eight
(.US) feet, thence oigLty-six and tbroe-fourths
(li) degrees, iat one hundred init kixty-cight
(16t) feet, thenoo north twenty nine and cne
fonrth (2tti) wist two hundred ar:d sixteen (aiG)
feet to tbe section line, thetico west on section
lir.e fifty-nine aid one-third (h'jii) fee' to the
place f beginning situated in tbe lnwn of I'anoe
Creek counties of Keck Island aud Whiteside and
ttate of ll'.ino's.
Tl.at a summons tiioreunon be issued out of said
court against the above aimed defendants, return
able on tbe first day of the term of said county
court to be bold at the court bou-r In said county
on the first Monday of Apr 1 A. D.. 193. as is by
the law required, which suit is pending. Now
unless you appear in said court, on tbe first day of
the Kay term thereon to be teld at tbeconrt
house in the city of Rock Island, in said connty
and state, on the first Monday of Mav A. I. 2893.
aud plead, ansmer or demur, to a petition there
in filed, the same will be taken as confessed
acainst you. and jndgmect therein agaiust you
Dated this 18th day of Match, A. D. 1SU3.
n.TALMAR KOULER, Clerk.
aTcEjiuiT HcEmrt Solicitors.
Lame Back, etc.
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LABOR. TIME, MONEY
Use it your own way.
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For ashing Machine use.
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Sash Doors BMcis. .-iiiin. fl'ir;:?
all kinds of oa.trra for ns'...icr
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rESTIBZTLE EXPRESS THAI:
AiJing a! I comret'tors In ;lenlrr rf r .
Di-tr-seti CHICAfiO and ISTJ MOIN'F? ' '
f.MTFS and OMAITA. and ttwen Ciif A '
i-r.SVER, COLORAIK) SPKIN'GS and I'l l : '
KANSAS CITY and TOI'FKA and via ST
Filst-CUass liar Coaches, FP.LE EECLIXIN -
CARS, and ralace Sleepers, with Dicing Cjt- r
J'.cse connections at Denver and Colorado S; r:r r
ilverclng railwar lines, now forming tot t- t
TRAKS-R OCKY MOUNTAIN POUT
,vtr -hlch snpsrblyqnlppsd trains rus
rtlROTGH WITHOUT CHANGE to and ft-:
CiV, Ogdaa and San F'xcclsco. THE
iVLANlr is also the Direct ana Favorite L!-e
firm Laoitoa. Pike's Peak and all other .-.r.::a:
ixnic riaxrtsandcitivs and nilnins districts!- C.
DAILY FAST EXPRESS ZRAL'-C
rosn St Jostph and Kansas City to and fr"ra -
.ert towns, citief and se.-tions in Souther-.' ' ' J;;';
. and the 1c i.an Terrttory. Also via
1... S,CTE from Kansas City and CliicagJ '-
.ir3 Sio-jx rails. 31INNEAPOUS and ' -J-OL-urtini
g rorall points north and noiliwf -.r
:.- iDU the Pacifi; Coast
For Tickets, Maps. Folders, or desired JL. r '
prly to any Coupon Ticket Ofiios in the rtit"
r Canada, or address
. ST. JOHN. JOHN SEBASTIAN.
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