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THE AitGUS, TUESDAY", APBlX 25,1893.
Published Dally and Weekly at ISM Second
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Tl'Esdat, April 25, 1898.
In Berlin there are said to be 16
nobles, seven retired army officers
and three clergymen employed as
Tiie census of 1890 gives Massa
chusetts more than 600,000 Roman
Catholics and little more than half
as many Protestants.
Amrassapor Bayaku is in appear
ance the beau ideal of a statesman.
Tall, handsome and dignified, he at
tracts attention wherever he roes.
Keeley has sold out his gold cure
to a syndicate for 10.000,000. How
some of the sawbones will groan
when they read the news, says th
State Senator Brows, of York,
Pa., is a sockless rival of Jerry Sinip
on, his footwear consisting of boots
and nothing more. He cairns to
feel more Comfortable without ho
siery. The complete statistics show that
the production of beet sugar in the
United States has more than doubled
during the past year, although there
has been no increase in the number
of factories. The total production
of the six factories was 27,088,322
pounds, against a total of 12,004.838
pounds last year. Experiments in
growing sugar beets have been tried
in a number of the western states,
and the success has been so great
that the number of factories will be
Wedded to m Title
Springfield Re gister.
One day last week there was wit
nessed in New York a most disgrace
ful spectacle, but one entirely in
keeping with the character and con
duct of the vulgar new rich of this
country. A young girl of tender
years not quite 17 was marched to
the altar ana so'.d to an English snob
who has neither sense nor morals if
one-third the stories told about him
on this and the other side of the At
lantic are true. All tilings consid
ered the marriage of Miss Cornelia
Bradley-Martin to the Earl of Craven
was a sensation, and not a creditable
one in any respect. The wedding
was the most remarkable that ever
occurred in this country. The car
rying on of the would-be spectators
were outrageous. Fire thousand
well-dressed women, who called
themselves ladies, according to tha
reports, blockaded the busiest streets
in New York,1 defied the police, and
' broke into the church. This incip
ient riot, in which these women in
dulged, was for the purpose of get
ting a view of the consummation of
the sale of this school girl to her
lordly purchaser. The cost of the
wedding is rariously reported, but
must have been 75,000, The wines
alone were put down at 10,000; the
decoration of the church cost 9,000;
those at the house 5,000; the wedding
breakfast, $5,000; the bride's trous
seau, 22.000; services of persons
who assisted, 6,000; carriages, 1,
000. The value of the wedding pres
ents is fixed at 125,ODO. The littl
miss was provided by her pa with a
dowery of 1,000,000, which was giv
en to her and her husband jointly.
In view of this snobocratic wedding
and its disgraceful features, and of
others of a similar character that
have taken place, it is no wonder that
there is a feeling of unrest in the
minds and hearts of the honest poor.
It is just such a condition of society
of which the Bradley-Martin-Craven
wedding with all its "gorgeous vulgar
display of wealth and extravaganct
is an outcome, that in the old world
has produced the communists and
tho anarchists. The Bradley-Martins,
who gave their daughter into
the keeping of a brutal British sprig
of nobility God save the mark!
inherited their many millions from
an honest old American citizen who
made his fortune by hard knocks at
the trade of a cooper in the town of
Troy, N. Y. Well may we wonder
what American citizenship is coming
to when the chastity ana purity of
our girls are put up in the markets
of Europe and sold to the hijheit
bidder with a title!
A novel dcui.
A model Paris workingman's bed
Etead is made bo that it can be taken
down and put up again in half a
minute. By a curious combination
of springs the led can be instan
taneously surrounded with curtains,
a washstand wheeled inside, and the
occupant can go through his or her
toilet without being seen. By another
spring the bed is turned into a canopy
suited for invalids, who have no need
to stir to perform the transforma
It's lonesome sort o' lonesome it's a Sundfte
day to me.
It 'pears like more'n any day I nearly ever
Vlt, with the stan and stripes above, a-flaW
terin in the air.
On evry soldier's grave I'd love to lay m lily
They say, though. Decoration days la giaerif
Moet evrywhares espeshally by soldier boys
Bnt me and mother's never went wa seldom
In pint o' fact, we're alios homo on Decoration
They say the old boys marches through the
street in oolums Brand,
A-follerin the old war tones theyr playin oa
And citlxuns all Jlnln in and little children.
All marcbin tinder shelter of the old red,
white and bine.
With rones I roses! roses! ev'rybody in the
And crowds o' little girls in white. Jest fairly
OhI don't the boys know it, from their camp
acrost the hill?
Don't they see theyr com'ards coming and the
old nag wavin still?
Oh! can't they hear the bugul and the rattle of
Aint they no way under heavens they can
rickollect us some?
Ain't they no way we can coax 'em through
the roses Jest to say
They know that evry day on earth's theyr
We've tried that me and mother where Ellas
takes his rest.
In the orchard, in his uniform, and hands acrost
And the flag he died fer smilin and a-ripplin
in the breeze
Above his grave, and over that the robin in the
And yit it's lonesome lonesome it's a Suod'r-
day to mo.
It 'pears like more'n any day 1 nearly ever
Still, with the stars and stripes above, a-flut-
terln in the air.
On evry soldier's grave I'd love to lay a lily
James Whitcomb Riley,
Choosing a Model.
When a studio in Paris wants to en
gage a model, the different models
present themselves with their prop
erties and go through their various
little tricks like performing mice.
One woman will put on a coffee sack
apron and take out of her bag a po
tato and, a knifeand pee jt tester-,
ously. She is a peasant and will "en
gage for interiors, or if you prefer
will exchange the potato for knitting.
There are always monks in abun
dance, the Capuchins being the favor
ite. These will jerk on their habits
like a lightning change artist, grab
their beads and spread a devotional
look over their faces as if it were a
plaster. A little St. John will strip
himself in a twinkling, switch out a
piece of sheepskin, gird himself and
adjust a crook of rattan. After these
models have gone through their little
tricks the studio takes a vote, and the
model that gets the most votes is cho
sen. New York Evening Sun.
Tiliy Yawning Is Healthy.
"Xot only is it very healthy to
yawn," says a French physician, "but
artificial yawning should be resorted
to in cases of sore throat, buzzing of
the ears, catarrh and like troubles."
It is said to lie as efficacious in i$S
way as gargling the throat, with
which process it should be combined.
The reason stated is that during the
act of yawning there is considerable
stretching of the muscles of the phar
ynx and soft palate, which are in
this way put through a sort of mas
sage. Besides this, in the act of
yawning the throat tubes contract
and drive into the pharynx the mu
cus that has accumulated. New
What Papas Are For.
For the period "when the lamp is
lighted, and it is not quite bedtime,"
the very best way to amuse little
children is to have their papa take
them on his knee and tell them a
story about a bear, or an Indian, or
"The Bold Sheriff of Chickasaw," or
how the sailors catch whales. This
is what papas are for at this particu
lar hour, and the children like noth
ing else so well. Cor. New York Re
corder. A Clodhopper.
Great Editor That new society re
porter won't do. He has not mas
tered tl first principles of modern
Manager Eh? "What's the matter?
Great Editor He says "handsome
ly dressed" instead of "smartly
gowned." New York Weekly.
Mrs. Whitney's will was written on
a single sheet of foolscap paper, but
it left $3,500,000 to her husband.
This should be a lesson to young
writers that it is possible to say a
good deal some times in very little
It is an interesting fact, which per
haps but few stop to consider when
about to swallow a doctor's prescrip
tion, that the animal kingdom affords
many most useful and powerful rem
edies in the treatment of disease.
Senator Proctor thinks that the age
of 30 years is tbo highest at which an
army recruit should be enlisted in
time of peace, and that soldiers of
that age can do any amount of fight
ing. So many Spanish coins are being
unearthed in Georgia fields that it
would probably prove a good invest-,
ment for somebody to purchase a lot
of ground and go into the business. '
John D. Rockefeller is a deacon in'
the church he attends in New York;
and does not consider it beneath his
dignity to pass around the contribu-!
tion box. '
I ci Caves In Savoy.
There are several ice caves in Sa
voy, but the most remarkable is that
near Vergy. The grotto is hollowed
out in a yellowish limestone and
forms a hall about 50 yards in depth.
All around you are stalactites, stalag
mites, columns, platforms, amphi
theaters, raised thrones, etc., not of
mineral, as those found in most cav
erns, but of pure ice, hard and clear
as crystal- The forms of the great
icicles depending from the roof are
exactly like tiiose of stalactites, but
where the stalagmites should rise
from the bottom conical and bottle
shaped peaks ' are the prevailing
At one point in the cave there is a
row of objects which forcibly reminds
one of a troop of soldiers. On the
opposite side there is an ice pipe or
gan, while underneath the latter and
extending into another chamber there
is a perfect natural ice tunnel. Cor.
St. Louis Republic.
Looking Through a Telescope.
A number of persons were talking
about telescopes, and each professed
to have looked through the "largest
one in the world." One after another
told of the jowerfpl effect of the re
spective teescopes. At last a quiet
man said mildly :
"I once looked through a telescope.
I don't know as it was the largest in
the world. I hope it wasn't. But it
brought the moon so near that we
could see the man in it gesticulating
wildly and crying out : 'Don't shoot !
Don't shoot!' The old fool thought
it was a big cannon that we were
pointing at him."
The quiet man subsided, and so did
all Hl9 rest of them. London Tit
Colonel Calliper Explains Why.
"Jason," said Mrs. Calliper to her
husband, "I should think he would
get tired standing there like that
with his mouth wide open all the
time, shouldn't you?" They were
passing a furrier's store, and Mrs.
Calliper referred to a bear in the
"Why, no; I shouldn't think so,
Cynthia," said Colonel Calliper in
his absentm .nded way. ' 'Why should
he? He isn't alive, you know. He's
"Oh, is that so, Jason?" 6aid Mrs.
Calliper. New York Sun.
Ueafness Cannot be Ccra
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 he 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. Send for cir
F.J. Cheney & Co.,Frops., Toledo.O
JUafSold by druggists, 75c.
Thrilling Book, To Any
Reader Of This Paper.
Tells All About the Indians.
Latest Publication In Its Line, Entitled
Life and Scenes Among the Klckapoo
Indians" Contains arl y Two Hun
dred Paces Sent Free to ETery bod 7.
In order to make the
publio familiar 'With tbe
habits, manners, customs,
and history of one of tba
oldest tribes of American
Indians extant, ire have
published at great expens
a large edition of a work
entitled "Life and Scenes
k Among the Kickapoo In
dians.' All their peculiarities traditions,
habits. In fact, their -whole life and cus
toms are told in a manner which will
Interest tbe reader and hold attention
to the end. The book also explains oar
connection with the tribe, how it came
about and what has come from it. The book
Is profusely illustrated and contains nearly
While this edition lasts we will send a
copy ret to all who arply, enclosing three
cent stamps to ray cost of postage.
We will guarantee to fill all requests re
ceived within the next two weeks follow
ing the appearance of this advertisement,
but may not be able to do so later. It ia
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the use of Dm. Milts- Rcstohstivk Ncrvinc
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brain and upper portion of the spinal cord. I
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f I I fJ fc troubled with sleepleusnuu.
Your Nervine w aa highly
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any medicine. Yet as a hut resort I eonsemeil to
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marked benefit; my sleeplessness disappeared;
my headache was removed ; my spirits and general
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HOW TO SAVE
"A Stitch in Time."
Now is the time to commence
treating for the Cold" that has
troubled you all winter.
Why do the physicians of the Scott
Medical institute make this state
ment? In reply we would say. We have
been overrun with business during
the winter. Number of cases for
consultation we have advised to wait
for warmer weather before commenc
ing; treatment. Now is the best time
of the year. We do not say this sim
ply for the sake of making money
but because we can treat diseases of
the throat, lung; and catarrh to bet
ter advantage now than at any other
time of the yenr. Our disadvantage
has been we did not have the facili
ties for treating the great number of
cases thronging our offices. We have
dozens of patients who have to wait
until 10 yt. m. to receive their treat
ment. To obviate this we have added
another treating room to our oflice
and secured the assistance of Dr.
Morris. HulTalo, X. Y., and patients
will not be required to wait so long.
We say with pardonable pride that
this is the onlv private ollice in Iowa
where three physieiansare daily em -
HENRY FliEEK, Et.IKIIO.E, IOWA.
Mr. Freek has the same old monot
nous word to use that makes "Imi
tators'" envv. That word is
'C-U-K-K 1)"." He says '-I suffered
with catarrh for years until I was
afraid of my lungs becoming afllict
ed as I had "pain through my chest,
hearing noises in my ears, headache,
nose stopjH'd up. Sore throat and
rnucuous dropping in my throat. I
never found relief until I commenced
treating at the Scott Medical Insti
tute and I have treated with a num
ber of physicians. Today I am cured
after one'month's treatment and nev
er felt better in my life. I have paid
$5.0O a month for niy treatment and
rive this state ment voluntary. "
The Fee of $5 Charged by theSeott
Medical Institute pays for Personal
Trea t m e 11 1 . M cd i ei 11 e s Every t h i n g
For One Month.
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Diseases, Skin Diseases, Chronic Dis
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On Sundays the office will be open
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They wash their clothes
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Rochester German lea. Co., Kochoeter. N
ClUiena Ins . Co., of Pittsburgh, Pa .
Ban Fire Office. London.
Union Ins. Co., of California.
Security Ins. Co.. New Haven, Conn.
Milwaukee Mechanics Ina. Oo.. Milwaukee. VTIt
Serman Fire Ins. Co., of Peoria, 111,
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Tlcpresenting over 40 Million Dollars
of Cash assets
Fire. Life. Tornadcl
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Sock Island, 111. ,
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HBNRT A. Pai::,
DMINISTRl TOli'6 NOTICE
Estate of James Cox. Deceased.
The undersigned having been appointed admin
istrator of the et-tate of Jiiu:t ri. ve
of the county of Rock Island. n e of I'.Mr.o ce
Ce lined, hereby gives notice tha: te w:U ;,',
before the county court of Kk I".ai.d coun
ty, at tile oflice of tbe clerk of mid tour.. :z
the city of Hock Island, at tte Jute term! on
the first ilouday in June n-i', at ui.co
time all persons Laving claims ata.i rt.d 'es
tate are notified and requested to atu-i u f..nhc
purpose of having the same atljuatcct. 4 .i
sons indebted to said est&w are reque-ti-c to
maiie Immediate payment to tbe DLd. r..;i t
Dated this 22nd da? of Mirck, A. 1). I-.;
UESRVL WUEELAN. Adm:c.:rator.
Katate ot James C. Mahoner, deceased.
The nnderaifned having been appointed execs
car of Ike last will aLd tesucwet ol Jirte c.
Haboaey. late of the county cf Kock Irliri.
state Ol Illinois, deceased, herohy five nof.ee
that he will appear before tie county coirt of
Rock Island county, at the ollice of the e'er of
aid court, in the city of Uock Island, a: the
Jane term, on tbe first Monday in Jv.nt tut.
at which time all persona hiving claims aL-a::..;
said estate are notified and requested a'ltud
tor the purpose of having the came adjusted. A'
persons indebted to said etatu are requeued to
make immediate payment to the under-'.-ed.
Dated Uiia 13th dav .f Apii", A. D.
WM. E. KLINEr ELTEH. Ese:.:or.
By virtue of a special execution and fve Si.
6,4S3. issued out of the clrk's off ce of tr.-1 c:r-zz
CO art of Hock Island county, and etateofi :r...-,
and to me directed, whereby I am coir.rsr. Ui ro
make the amount of a certain judgment tv-il: '?
obtained arainst AUi ttt Schmidt, in fvor cf
Rudolph Schwecke. out of tue lands, tet.-tr.rtit.
goods and chattels of the said defendar.-. Adj
ust Schmidt, I have levied upon tbe foil u.lj
pro party, to-wit:
Lota one til and thtue (3 In brko:-- ' in
Suuth Fark adiiliun to the city cf to k !- tr.d
and lit four 4) iu J. M. ltcarale s -;:b-.:.--i
ion of cut lots eleven (11) and twelve r.-'- :l Mo
tion thirty-five ( i) town5l:ip e-ctte :i i n r:h
range two (2) west of the fourtti (41 1' ! n tr
C'.ty'of Keck Isiuud, all in lhe County ..
Is'arul and state of ll.inci.
Therefore, according tosid command I im
pose for sale at public auction ail the ri;!.t. t.t.c
and interest of the above named. Augirt
Schmidt. In and to the above dccritx. d property,
on the 13th day of iav, lrHS, at 2 o'.l.k I: n .
at the north door of the court houe :n tc
city of Kock Island, in the county of Hoc fs.ir i
and state of Illinois, for cash in bard, tc :f ?y
said execution and f.e bill.
Dated at Rock Island this 21t day i. f Ar rli A .
C. D. GORTV'N.
Sheriff of Rock Island County. HL.t--u.B-
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