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THE AUG US, MONDAr, APRIL 24, 1893
Published Dally and Weekly at 164 8ecoad
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All communications of a critical or argsmenta
It character, political or religions, unit bit
real name attached for publication. Me inch
article! will be printed OTer fictitious slgnatares.
Anoymons communications not noticed.
Correspondence aoliclted from every townahlp
i s Rock Island county .
Mondat, April 24, 1893.
Mrs. Maybrick is reported to havn
suffered a relapse. The usual lucid
explanation that she managed this by
adroitly swallowing a paper of needle?
seems to have been delayed.
In the issue of one of the prominent
magazines for the current month is
printed a story which was accepted
twenty years ago. To-day it see
the light and its author is dead.
Horses might be so cheap that
owners could not give them away by
throwing in the halter, and yet some
body would sneak through the corral
fence and steal them at the risk of
The North German Lloyd steamship
company announces that it will carry
no more steerage passengers. And
yet a steerage passenger by any
other name would doubtless smell no
Xx is notable that the monarchists
ct Wf&nce represent not only dynasties
but dio slowly. By kicking up too
much dust at an inopportune moment,
however, they may accelerate mat
The absurd rumor was in circula
tion last week that John L. Sullivan
had been sober for three days. It at
tracted some attention by reason of
its novelty, but was speedily dismissed
from the public mind.
Two Providence, R. I. men have
been fighting in the courts for three
years over a spavined horse, the value
of which is about $65. The costs
have amounted to several thousands
Of dollars, and the end is not yet.
Tips from the horsemen who are so
anxious that purity shall pervade the
stables, and lofty morality abide at
the race track, and the jockeys bo
spiritually spotless, and the book
maker, that man of sin, utterly ban
ished, will be regarded with suspicion.
A storv is afloat that a pugilist
was recently offered $ 25, 00 J to lose a
fight. His proud breast hoaved, his
cheek's hue came and went, and he
refused. He knew that the fellow
who agreed to pay the money was
Paris correspondents have been
surprising the world by telling the
truth, and they are being expelled
from France for it. Could they have
foreseen this result, doubtless they
would not have allowed even the
present crisis to wean them from old
PorLTXEV Bigelow has written an
article explaining why he left Rus
sia, though everybody knows it was
simply because Kussia was too small
to contain himself and the czar. An
article explaining why he was not
bounced sooner would have some real
excuse for appearing.
With steamers frozen fast in the
ice in New York harbor the fact that
this is a pretty cold winter would
seem to bo established. It is some
thing that doesn't happen every year,
and was perhaps a delicate tribute
from J. Frost to the necessitous con
dition of the coal combine.
Perhaps the day of miracles has
not wholly passed. An Iowa man,
assured that his wife was ill unto
death, purchased for her a coffin and
6hroud, observing which Ihe woman
arose, took up her bed and smote him
with it. Funeral notice later, prob
ably with the man in the leading role.
Advices from St. Faul de Loanda
say that an engine dashed into a car
loaded with dynamite, and in the re
sulting explosion fifty people were
killed. The tragic episode was sure
ly bad enouph, but it was aggravated
by the dispatch that in its unexpu
gated form, called the car a waggon.
One of the judges recently appointed
in Utah is said to have begun life as a
school teacher. He did nothing of
the sort and the common inaccuracy
of such statements is tiresome. He
may have begun the active business
of life as a school teacher, which is
quite a different matter.
Ward McAllister is out in a new
lecture on how American women
should behave. One of the first
things they should do is to turn their
backs on snobs, and such a course
would furnish Ward with material
for a lecture on how the back
breadths of a woman's toggery should
Two Chicago sneak thieves stole a
skeleton from a wagon engaged in
moving a doctor's effects the other
day. If the identity of the thieves
could be learned they might find
abundant remunerative employment
in society circles only they'd be re
quired .to purloin tne osseous speci
mens from closets instead of wagons.
A Chicago grand jury has refused
to indict a person for docking his
horses' tails. The offense was miti
gated by the fact that the citizen was
very rich. . His real tenderness of
heart was also shown in that while
he had as much excuse for cutting off
his horses' ears as their tails, the
ears had been left intact.
Notwithstanding delight in Ger
many at the predicament of France
there is much uneasiness in the
former country. Students of political
economy are now trying to ascertain
whether this is deep-seated and due
to the threat of the kaiser to crush
all who oppose him, or merely 6tom
ackic and attributable to the effort to
introduce horse meat as a regular
article of diet.
Dr. Phillips Brooks, the Protest
ant Episcopal bishop of Boston, whose
death was lately announced, after
having read Bishop Spalding's recent
article against exhibiting obscene
pictures and improper amusements,
said: "This is a great article, a
grand work, that ought to be mem
orized and preached by every minis
ter throughout the land."
The scheme of traveling around
the globe is not a bad one so long as
the traveler can. pay his expenses.
The fashion of starting out with in
tent to beat or beg the entire dis
tance is quite another thjtfg. Even
admitting that the world owes every
man a living, it does not owe him
free board or rest under any obliga
tion to supply him with passes.
The woman with the broom has
again put in her appearance. Wielding
that dangerous feminine weapon, Mrs.
Frick attacked two robbers armed
with pistols and drov taera both
from har husband's shoe store. Wo
man's puisaanco with the nroom bids
fair never to be disputed. If the king
of Dahomey had armed his amaaons
with broom? he might have swept
France out of Africa.
Some chivalrous Virginians re
cently tarred and feathered a stranger
whose conduct had failed to win ap
proval. But they did not rudely
empty a kettle over him aM roU hia
in a tick. Tbay' marely Inscribed
upon his back in sticky letters tone
sentiments concerning his personal
character and then coated the letters
with down. He departed with a new
appreciation of chivalry.
Secretary Carlisle's Courconi Stad.
St. Louie Republic.
In the course he has now
adopted Secretary Carlisle will
have the support of nine
tenths of the American people. The
increase of the national debt at the
demand of Wall street would have
been generally condemned, and the
democratic administration could
never have contemplated resorting
to such a measure while it is possible
to redeem the Sherman silver bullion
certificates in honest aud lawful
money coined from the bullion ou
which thev were issued.
As long as tlue notes are issued
on silver, paid in gold and then re
issued, it will be impossible to pre
vent the available gold from being
accumulated by speculators. The
pressure on the small stock of visible
gold produced by this policy is enor
mous, as the entire silver output of
the countrv is made a liability
against the small amount of gold in
a depleted treasury.
It is clear that without an immedi
ate change from the policy pursued
by the Harrison administration under
Wall street dictation the hundred
million gold surplus will be quickly
exhausted, and it will no longer be
possible for the country to preserve
even a pretext of bimetallism. The
choice then will lie between silver
only and the suspension of specie
of payment. And this is not the less
true even if we suppose it lawfully
possible to borrow gold, for that
would be a mere makeshift, staving
off the inevitable for only a little
while longer. It is as certain as any
thing can be in the future that un
less all notes issued on silver are re
deemed in the silver on which they
arc issued we will soon be forced to
redeem all paper of all kinds in silver
only, for the very good reason that if
all silver is treated as a liability
against gold, those who can control
the silver output or the notes issued
on it will in a few years come to con
trol the visible supply of gold as they
are now beginning to do under the
If silver is not to be treated as
cash: if all silver coin is to be con
sidered as evidence of debt, payable
in gold, we will have a money famine
in this coudtry. and business will le
badly cramped by it. One of the lirst
results in the immediate future will
be a premium on gold as compared
with the legal tender paper of the
government. It is impossible to pre
vent this if the treasury goes on bull
ing gold to a higher and higher pre
mium over silver by making desper
ate efforts to get gold enough to take
in all the certificates that can be is
sued (and. .when redeemed, reissued)
on deposits of silver bullion.
The policy the democratic admin
istration is" now expected to adopt
will be met by the loud protests of
the speculators, but it will have the
support of all conservative business
men and of the masses of the people.
The Chicago platform pledged the
democratic party to the maintenance
of a bimetallic currency, and it is ev
ident that to sustain the principle of
the platform the silver on which the
Sherman notes are issued must be
used in taking them up when they
are presented for redemption in coia.
Bow Case Against a Hailrosul Wi
sled "Without a Trial.
"An amusing incident of which I
was a quiet and satisfied observer
happened the other day, said ' a
young attorney connected with the
legal department of one of the great
railways. "I was sent down in In
diana to see what I could make out
of a case which the consignee of
some lumber had against us. The
lumber had been billed to this man
and sent down with a lot of other
lumber to men at the same place.
By mistake the complainant s lum
ber was given to the wrong person
and was used, in consequence of
which when the man demanded his
lumber the agent was in a quandary.
He could not deliver it because he
did not have it. He could not cause
its return, because it had been con
verted into houses. The case was dead
against the company, and the least
that I expected to do was to get the
man to accept the value of tho lum
ber. The plaintiff brought his suit
in a justice court. Before the trial
the magistrate and the plaintiff had
some words on another matter. At
any rate when the complainant was
placed upon tho stand he was in a
very angry frame of mind, but not
against the company. Therein lay
my 6af ety.
" 'What is your name?' asked the
" 'Sir,' said the complainant, bo-
coming more wroth.
" 'What is your name?' again was
" 'My name is Charles White.'
'"Where do you live?' was tho
next question. This added insult to
injury. White thought the justice
was trifling with him.
" 'Just where I always lived,' he"
hissed out; 'and you know blamed
welL' he added, and iumninGr down
out of the chair he said, addressing
his attorney. 'Dismiss the case. I'll
have nothing to do with this blamed
"The ease was dismissed. I had
won without saying a word.
"Some remark was made about
" 'Let him whistL for his costs,'
White said as he walked out of the
" 'Why did you let your man dis
miss his case?' I asked White's law
yer. " 'He would have fired me if I had
objected,' said the shrewd practition
er" Chicago Mail.
Deafness Cannot ba Cored
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 aud
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
inilamed condition of the mucous
We will give One Hundred Dollars
for any case of deafness (caused by
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HESBY A. PAI,;Il0
Estate of James Cox, Docmv l.
The naderslKned having been a; i.rt-1
iptrator of the estate of Jhilv' vx
of the county of Rock leiand, sta.e of i: V0':. ,
ceaded, hereby gives notice tba: to w ' a.".l
before the county court of li.uk I 3L.' '
ty, at the office of the clrk of c0 '"r
thecity of Hock I:and, at lto J-tc
the first Monday in Jane res, a w-rn
time all persons having claim ai:a-.i. ti'n
tale are notified and requested to atteta r --
purpose of having the same adjusted. i v'.
sons indebted to said estate are nq -".', ',
make immediate payment to tb. ud.jt- - .
Dated this 2sd dav of March, A. 1). l-"j "
1IKXRYL, WHKELAN, Admit.
Batete ot James C. 31 tihoaey, deceased.
The undersigned having been appo:t.iciec-;.
terof ho laat will abd te&tanteLt of &r. .
Mahoney, late cf the county vt Hoik 1-,'d
state of Illinois, deceased, hir.by gtt t .-."co
that he will appear before the tuctty court o'
Reck Island county, at the orilce of i:,e cm 0;
said court, ia the city of Kock Uiar.J, s" ' ;tt
Jane term, on the first Moudny in June nr.
" which time all persons hsvlct; ciain- iiiitj:
said estate are notified and requesU'l to ".ti.i
(or the purpose of having the same aii;-:sred."
persona indebted to said estate are ri-ijacf.e.i ui
make immediate payment to the ncder-'k-r.rii
Dated Oils 13tb day of Ap'il, A. I. 1 -.:.
VM. E. IvLIXEFELTEK. Euir.o:.
By virtue of a special execution i! f . C. N i.
6,bi, isnued out of tbe clvrk'sotK' of (:--.'.
ooartof Rock Island coonty, ai d mjv 'i:. :. -,
and to me directed, whereby I am coi:.n.r.:to 'o
make the amount of a certain Juiiinei.; r. -
obtained ai-aiust August bchmidt. in (..v.r o':
Rudolph Schwecke. out of tue !ati!?. 1. 1 . & r.-f.
goods and chatuis of the fiiid liefci. : s .'. A':;
ust Schmidt, ! have levied upon iLc f . l.
Loss one 1) and three (3j in h'.oi k (ti- : :n
South Park adlition to the city of Vo I- sl:
and lit four (4) in J. M. lieares'.st's .'i-:. '.!
ion of cut lots elec-n til l atd tweic i : ii. -..
tion thirty-ilse 35 tonhip e Rt.tC'-:. i - n.rj
range two (2) west of the fourth i4 1 1' V 'Jt
city of Reck Island, ail in :hr Ci ".:- '' i:
Isluml and state of 11 iuoii.
Therefore. according to)aid comma!. tl ! -r.a"'i-pose
for sale at public auction a'.l :tv
and interest of the above cax-(1. Alt.:
Schmidt, ia and to the above described
on the 13th day of Scar. 1. at S o'i i ;.. x .
at the north dxr of tbe court tsusc :r. iu
city of Rock Island, in the county '. iii-c M.--.
and state of Illinois, fur cath in hLC v ra: '?
eaid execution aud f.e bill.
Dated at Rock Inland this SIM duy tf A;r.:A
c. n. GoHri 'N.
Sheriff of Rock Island County.
A RARE SUBSCRIPTION BOOK
It would bo a ilillioult w.V- :
produce a l'etur .!."' .
The Lives and Gravis
Of Our Presidents.
Bj tht Efnou uf'l Writer. G. U- -
Awtrit of "Lofil'M) t'ormir i f
Jfi,""" "Heart of or. '. .
It I thoor.ly book ovr piiti'.!-'.'- '
full page cabinet i2 onravinf f :
idenn from WashinLtou to liarrr-.:. '
witb fu 1 and a. curate
llrKrripiUnt or lit- l.rnn " n1'"
I Our l.-itt-itl rrt nl i !
Over Sti0,(s0 so!d. and yet to-:i,'r - ' ' '
ritory in flill cltar. A study of tb '.
tr:iit of onrr.at'otial krnn-f con ia - " ;
jiatriotism is not dend. atd th-. t'. '.
livt' w.i'ius patriotic-, biood i vt r ;
lien. II. A. 1 homi's. n. 1. I) . 1- I ' ; , 4
I commend it most t an.et'y t -art
coming into c.'f"ft'" r.l :.o - '
ionMhlr.9 of tho crest tt ting :iu i
Of our coantr.es" heroi . . ,
Uon. Xet s I'ATtXAN. w;s: I : ; ;
coinnicnd it as j:ocl atl useful. It - : V.,c
style. cxccl'iT.t in li'.oral oi:e ar.d -'
lt facte. . . ,,jf,
This treat histoncal or cor.'.i:: -
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beund, and is mild ot.ly tbrini:Ii -:.t r
aircnts at the followi. 'treti-ly , ' , -
Old Gold Cloth, Marble Edge """
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