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THE A KG US, THURSDAY, APRIL, 20, .1893.
Published Daily and Weekly at 1614 Seconl
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Anoymous communications not noticed.
Correspondence solicited from every township
. 1 1 Sock Island con hut .
Thursday, April 20, 1893.
It is an American syndicate that
has gobbled up fan Domingo. As it
calls itself an improvment company,
there is a field for that sort of en
terprise on the island.
The New York pianomakers seem
to be rather high strung. Their de
mands for space at the world's fair
were not fully complied with, and
they are kicking like forte.
Evi.n sleep comes high to a van
derbilt. One is about to be sued by
the vessel men who have suffered loss
by the sinking of the yacht Alva. It
appears the reason that the Alva did
not keep her whistle blowing while
lying at anchor in the fog was that
William K., her owner, was aboard
and desired to sleep.
The deadly typhus fever, which is
again epidemic in New York city, is
another result of indiscriminate immi
gration. It is said to bo indigenous
in Eastern Europe. In the Crimea it
was once horribly prevalent among
the French troops. No disease is
moro contagious and few maladies
have a higher rate of mortality.
The champion pugilist expresses a
willingness to fight for a purso of
$75,00 . There is scientific interest
in this apparently unimportant cir
cumstance. Ievotees of microscopy
could with profit turn from etudy of
the gross and material substance of
the gnat's optic nerve and try their
(lasses on the champion's modesty.
A missionary at Miangnai gave a
Chinese boy a glass eye, and the
populace rose riotously with intent
to plnck it out, as well as the real
eyes pt the missionary. The obvious
lesson in this is that the missionary
who intends to mould orionl sim
plicity into nobler shape should pack
his pocket with shot guns rather than
The New Petersen Magazine
tinues to bs recognized as one of the
most wide-awake and entertaining
The Peniorest Family Magazine is
one of the brightest periodicals and
comes to our table. In the April
number appears an interesting paper
on 'Illinois Social Stars", including
the portraits and biographical sketch
es of the society queens of the Prairie
state, something that is being read
. with peculiar interest in Illinois.
While writing with all the scien
tific knowledge of a great astrono
mer, Camille Flamruarion in his
marvelous story -Omega:J The End
of the World," which begins in the
April number of The Cosmopolitan
magazine, keeps the reader at the
highest point of excitement hy his
vivid description of the alarm and
despair excited by the approach of a
comet whose collision with the earth
had been declared by astronomers in
evitable. In this way, apart from
its absorbing interest, this remark
able piece of fiction will have a dis
tinct scientific Value".
Worthington's Illustrated Maga
zine comes to hand with a generous
supply of good things for the enter
tainment of its rapidly growing cir
cle of readers. The April number of
this vigorous young magazine is the
best that has yet been published, jts
table of contents showing great diver
sity of material and a most excellent
list of contributors. The interest
and value of its leading articles, the
exceptional literary quality of its
stories, poems, and department mat
ter, are admirably supplemented by
the line press work and artistic illus
trations which make this number as
attractive as it is readable.
'Elsie Dinsmore," the idea of
. which. Miss Finlev savs, was given
her in answer to a prayer for some
thing which would yield her an in
come, was beirun durinsr the war,
and with no intention of ever being
continued in sequels, but the requests
lor tue continuation nave ueen so
numerous, and the demands of both
tiublic and publisher so imperative.
that it has never seemed possible to
brin" the series to a conclusion.wri tes
Florence Wilson in an interesting
Sketch of Miss Martha Finley in the
April Ladies' Home Journal. In ad
dition to Miss Finley's stories for
children she. has published several
Mr. Howell's latest novel, "The
Coast of Bohemia," now running
' through the. pages of the Ladies'
Mr. Ilowells began
tne novel at his lamer s borne in
Ohio last May: continued it in Bos
ton in June; took it to the mountain
of New Hampshire during the sum
mer and worked at it; brought it to
New York and wrote a number of
chapters there in October; took it
back again to Ohio in November,
and finally finished it in New York
last December. And yet.despite all
these changes of places of writing,
the novel turns out really to be the
brightest piece of work that Howells
has done for a long time.
The Twice-a-week" St. Louis Re
public has led the fight for tariff Re
form, and stands without a rival as
the leading and representative demo
cratic newspaper of the country
Everybody should subscribe for it at
once, and get all the news now, when
for the first time in 82 years, the
democratic party is in full control of
the national government. It is a
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Tuesday and Friday, fourteen to
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one dollar a year, the price of a
weekly. An extra copy free to the
sender of each club of four new sub
scribers, with four dollars. Write
for free sample copies. Address The
Republic, St. Louis, Mo.
The April issue of Lippincott's is
mainly devoted to Columbus and the
Exposition. The complete novel,
Columbus in Love." is bv George
Alfred Townsend (Oath"), and nar
rates fully and feelinglv the great
discoverer's relations with Heatrix
Enriquez. The leading persons of
that day in Spain, and some of the
chief scenes, are introduced, Isa
bella. Ferdinand, the court, the
nshops, the fall of Granada, the In
quisition; as well as those most close
ly associated with the Genoese, the
faithful Nunez, the good prior of
l'abida. Pinzon, the sailors, and
many more. 1 he canvas is crowded,
and those who will may here make
enlarged acquaintance, not only with
the surface of Spain at that eventful
era. but with the spirit of the time
and the heart of its greatest man.
The novel is fullv illustrated.
The North American Review for
April, contains, as usual, a number
of important articles on the leading
topics of the day. The opening pa
per, entitled "Charges at the World's
Fair," is by the director general,
who seeks to correct the apprehen
sion that systematic extortion will
be practiced in Chicago during the
exposition. This is followed by an
able article from the pen of Dr. Will
iam A Hammond, who gives an in
terest ing account of the wonderful
advance made in Brain Surgcrv"
during the last 50 years. "Ship
Building Here anil Abroad" is next
taken up by Naval Constructor .Phil
ip Hichborn. The literary fcaturcof
the number is furnished by George
Manville Fenn. the novelist, who dis
cusses the "Art of Mystery in Fic
tion."' Other equally interesting
As Norwich, Conn., had the honor
of publishing to the world Mr.
Blaine's great historical work,
"Twentv Years of Congress", so
Norwich is to have the honor of giv
ing to the world the onlv authorized
story of his life. President Haskell
of the Henry Bill Publishing com
pany has just returned from Wash
ington, where has made arrange
ments with Gail Hamilton for the
immediate preparation of the life of
James G. Blaine. (Jail Hamilton
has for years been a member of the
Blaine family. She has known the
inner and outer life of the man who
stood for years as the foremost Amer
ican statesman and political leader.
She had his respect and confidence;
she was made lv him his literary ex
ecutor, and to her care were confided
his papers, letters and all his histori
cal and bigraphical remains. ' Her
self a writer of remarkable power
and attractiveness, with a force and
vividness of style which are the envy
pf her literary colleagues and the at
tainment of none, she undertakes a
subject in its own character fascinat-in"-!bevond
any-other American bio
graphy of the past decades. From
this combination of a great,
subject and a great writer a
great book will result.
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Home Journal, was written In
A GRAPHIC STORY
It is Taken Direct From Rea
A Charming Lady Tells Her Exper
iences Both Abroad and in Amer
ica They Are Interesting.
The unwritten romances of life are
more wonderful and far more inter
esting than the most vivid works of
fiction. The one we are .'about to re.
late occurred in real life, and is both
interesting and instructive.
Mrs. Jennie Ray formerly lived
Mancuester, is. ii. iter home was
pleasant, her surroundings comfort
able. In the year 1880 she visited
England, and while in that country
began to experience strange sensa
tions. At tirst she attributed them
to the change of climate, but thev
continued and increased, until tinallv,
like many another woman, she be
came utterly discouraged.
It was while in this condition that
Mrs. Ray returned to America and
her home. Thousands of women who
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condition in which Mrs. Rav then
was and tlwn sympathize with her
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spite, however, of their skill, Mrs
Rav grew weaker and more depress
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seemed to increase. It was at this
time that a noted physician, who was
called, declared Mrs. Rav was suffer
ing from cancer, said there was no
help and told her friends she could
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. And here comes the interesting
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work in its own way, and I had faith
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there was no use of his coming, for
he could do me no good. I had suf
fered so much that I was quite will
ing to die, but it seems that I was
nearer relief than I knew. One week
from the day the doctor last called, a
false growth, as large as a coffee cup.
and which looked as though it had
been very large, left me. I sent for
a doctor, and lie declared it was a
fibroid tumor, but said he hail never
known one to come away by itself be
fore. I immediately bigan to gain
health and strength, and I unhesi
tatingly declare that my rescue from
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effects of Warner's Safe Cure, which
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are cases like mine, and if they could
lie induced to use Warner's Safe
Cure they, like me. might be saved."
The above graphic account is per
fectly true in every respect. Mrs.
Jennie Ray now resides at No. 288,
Ninth street. Brooklyn, and if any lady
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thousands of suffering, helpless wo
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..i' cCI-y, Cgdes and San F'ancisco. THE II'.'.S
LANl Is aim the Direct ana Favorite Lie? t . nu.
'.auitou. rike's Peak and all r.tbei s.iu:::t;."
iic resorts and cities and mining districts in d".. i a :
DAILY FAST EXPRESS TRAINS
'rein St. Joseph and Eanns City to and from a.l :-;
"iua tew ns. cities and sections in Southern N1 r;"':
ii-ru end the Inti.an Tnitory. Also via ALrKUl
B.CC. E fmm Kan5 City and Chicago to tVa!."
r. Si.iux Falls, SIIXXEAroLI3 and ST. i'A'"L
.)ti.-t:oi:g ror all points north and northwest bet w
ie fakes ana the Tacific Coast.
For Tickets. Maps, Folders, or desired intrantw
pply to any Coupon Ticket Offica in the Cnlud
t Canada, or address
L ST. JOHN. JOHN 8EBASTIAN.
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