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THE AKGUS. TTEDXESDAV, APRIL 20, 1893.
Pabii-bed Daily and Weekly at WI4 Second
Avenue, Rock Island, 1.1.
J, W. POTTEK,
Timi-Daily toe pr month; veekly M.uo
par annum; In advance (1 .50 -
All communication of a critical or anramenta
tr character, political or religion, most hare
f sal name at'-ached for publication. No nca
articles ill te printed over fictitious signatures.
Anoymous eommonlcatioiis not noticed.
Correspondence solicited from every township
is Rock Island county.
Wednesday, April 20, 1893.
Londoners arc trying to show that
IJonjamin Franklin was not tho first
experimenter in athniosphoric elee
trieitv, or the inventor of the lijjht
The president has onlerei
back gntes to the white house locked
between the hours of ' and 4 in order
that Hahy Until may enjoy a play up
on thegras without being molested.
IL ring the last week of January,
714. 0i ) paupers received government
relief in England ami Wales, of these
19S.41G were "in door" and 515.53
out door" relief cases. The per
rentage of paupers to population
that week was -.'4.3 per thousand.
The returns show a general improve
ment over all years since 1S57, with
the important exception of last year.
Pkesidkxt Cleveland and Secre
tary (Jresham have been investigat
ing" the working of the much-talked-about
reciprocity treaties made un
der the authority of the McKinley
tariff law, and it looks now as if they
were one and all failures, and that
they will have to go. Those with
Brazil, and with Spain for Cuba ami
Porto Kieo w ill probably be the lirst
to be abolished, as there have been
numerous complaints about the man
ner in which the customs otlicials of
those countries have violated the
treaties. Tables prepared at the
state department show that the whole
system has been a failure, and that
instead of increasing the market for
American products there has been, in
several countries, a marked falling
off in our trade since the treaties
went into effect. The president be
lieves that a conciliatory policy to
ward our neighbors will result in
much greater commercial benefit to
ns than the policy of reciprocity by
coercion whicti was practiced by the
A .' h:iim: t- a special report in
preparation at the I nited Mate
treasury, the public debt of Hawaii,
as given March :1. :J. was s;?.l17.-
161. while the revenues of the little
kingdom for two years ending on
the s:ime date, were 5.3 1 and
the expenditures 4.t".5.s'Jl . The
jM.puIation for 1 !" is estimated at
90,11". . of which o'l.o'i ) are natives
anl half castes, :.'.. are t lum-se
and Japanese, and the remainder is
divided up among Portuguese. Amer
ieans and other Cancassian races
The assessed property value of the
islands in 19') was 5G,239,fi-V).
During 1891 the total value of Ha
waiian exports of merchandise was
$10,1"'7,31G, of which amount then
was exiorted to the United States
s.075.S"2. The irrcat increase of
commerce between the islands and
the United States began at the dat
of the reciprocity treaty, which went
into effect in l7i. In the year 191
the value of exports from the United
.States to Hawaii reached very nearly
5.0Oi).oi0. while our imports re
ceived from those islands amounted
to nearly 14.0O').o)0. The rreat
bulk of trade is with the United
States. To show the comparison of
the trade of the islands with the
United States and the other coun
tries it is only necessary to state
that during the four years of 1
1891 the exports of merchandise of
the islands to the United States
amounted to t.o 1 w hile ex-
Krts to all ther countries amounted
to the small sum of -.'4,942.
Secretary Carlisle is daily provin
himself to be the right man in the
riirht place. He has not allowed
himself to become anxious or ex
cited during the linancial Hurry of
the week, brought about, as he tirmlv
believes, bv a combine of bankers
who are seeking bv a renewed de-
mand for gold for 'shipment abroad
to force an issue of bonds. So firm
is the secretary in his belief that thi
is true that he politely, but positive
Iv, declined to accept an invitation
extended by Aew lork Jity nankers
to meet them in that town for the
purpose of discussing the gold prob
lem; he also, when it was suggested
to him that the bankers would come
to Washington to discuss the matter j
if he would invite them, declined to
do so. For the United States to be ous other calcareous substances de
run entirely independent of Wall lived from the animal kingdom, such
street men is something decidedly as burned egg shells and oyster shells,
new, and compliments for Secretary
Carlisle are hearu on an siaes, ironi remove acadfty or the digestive or
republicans as well as from demo- gang. London Tit-Bits.
. .. V onii I Inm nn , nnrentlil I
friend, says: "Secretary Carlisle bo-
lieyes that Wall street bankers have
hal entirely too much to say in the
conduct of the linancial department
of the government in the past, and
that they are largely responsible for
the present situation. Consequently
he has no idea of taking them into
his confidence as to what he intends
doing. He proposes giving them a
needed lesson by showing them that
all the financial ability is not congre
gated in Wall street, and that they
cannot dictate the country's financial
programme." The firmness of Secre
tary Carlisle against an issue of
bonds has already brought about a
better condition of affairs, and it is
believed that if those who wish to
compel an issue of bonds become
convinced that none will be issued
the demand for gold for foreign ship
ment will soon resume its normal
condition. The outlook is now con
sidered much better than it was at
the beginning of last week.
As two yoi:n: women wore cross
ing "Washington stnot. near the Atl
r.::;s House, the other day one tripped
tin d fell on her knees. She held in
her hands several small bundles, and
in the fall they were all preserved
suve one. That (;i ba.-T) contained
lnx-oiut.es and caramels, and the bag
l ei:ninr undone its sweet contents
mixed themselves with the slush and
mud of the street.
The voting woman didn't mind her
mii-o bespread skirt, but cast unge
nial, wistful glances at tho lost
sweets. She was umleciuexl. outa
she pick up her fallen treasures, res
cue them from the embrace of the
unclean, mushy snow? Delay was
fatal, for the lell of an oncoming
lectric warned her from the track.
Her face was a study as she moved
away, ner companion s mien ;is
sympathetic neither childlike nor
bland. Boston Globe.
Tho Gibraltar of today can only
bo victualed by tho good will of
Spain. If wo were unhappily at war
with Spain and desired to victual tho
place, wo should first have to silence
the Spanish batteries round the bay,
and if these batteries were construct
ed as modern science enables them
to bo constructed we certainly could
not silence them unless we landed,
and by slow and laborious methods
captured them. This would practi
cally involve an invasion of Spain on
a comparatively Large scale, for until
we had fully effected our object Gib
raltar would have to remain unre
lieved. In tho last century relief from sea
ward could only be prevented by way
of the sea. In the present, it can also
1k prevented by way of the land.
Thus have the modern developments
of gunnery altered the situation to
our prejudice. Fortnightly Review.
Courteous Ilamlits of China.
The robbers of China are banded
together and form a powerful com
pact. If a bank in the city wishes to
send a large amount of money to Pe
king, the banker sends a gift to the
chief of the banditti infesting the ter
ritory through which tho money is
about to par;s, telling him the time
the silver will lc sent and requesting
that it lo not disturled. When such
a request is made, accompanied by a
handsome present, it is usually hon
ored. These banditti are not the
only roblers. The government is en
gaged in the same business. Taxes
are very high, and every time one
comes in contact with the rulers i
costs something. Cor. Louisvilh
A Cat That Tut Out a Fire.
Some of our friends have a
which thev esteem very highly.
On a cold winter day Mr. and Mrs.
B. went to church, some five miles
away, and left the house in the pos
session of the cat, lorn, who upon
their return homo rushed out and
buried his paws in the cold snow.
Wanting to find out the meaning
of this lehavior on Tom's part, they
examined his paws and found them
blistered and burned. They walked
into tho house and found to their
surprise that the carpet around the
grate was burned, but the fire had
been extinguished. They now txk
in the situation. A coal had fallen
out of tho grate and set the carpet
ablaze, which had been extinguished
by Tom, who had burned his paws in
tho effort he made. Cor. New York
A Umb'i Ride ou a Cowcatcher.
A rather singular incident occurred
on the Savannah,. Florida and West
ern railway the other day. It was
about 40 miles from Waycross on a
through train to Chattahoochee. On
the track just in front of the train
the engineer, Mr. DuBose, saw a sheep
with a young lamb. It was too late
to stop the engine, and the train
passed on, leaving mutton in its
wake. Arrived at Waycross, the en
gineer descended from his engine
and saw the lamb alive and unhurt
on the cowcatcher. It had lieen car
ried 40 miles without a scratch.
Brunswick (Ga.) Times.
The Csf of Shell In Medicine.
Carbonate and phosphate of lime
prepared from crab shells, and van-
were long employed in medicine to
Something Ahont Canary Birds.
Whenever 1 buy a canary it seems
to be a bird that is especially subject
to colds and pneumonia, and it is
only by the exercise of the greatest
care that I can keep it from suc
cumbing to some pulmonary trouble.
Yet the canary bird sellers have
their wares for sale in tho streets in
the coldest weather almost entirely
unprotected from the wind. They
stand around with them for hours
and no bad result seems to come of it.
How is it?
I give it up. There must be some
conspiracy between tho dealers and
the birds by which tho latter die as
soon as they are bought, compelling
the purchasers to invest in more ca
naries. You wouldn't think to look
at the little yellow fellows that they
were capable of so much treachery.
Dealers bring them over from Eu
rope with very few precautions
against disease or accident. If I
leave one of my canaries alone for 10
minutes at a time, however, he swal
lows a piece of rag and chokes to
death, or the cat gets him. I sup
pose the whole secret of the thing
consists in knowing what you're
about. From results I ana led to be
lieve that the importer and the open
air dealer know what they're about
and that I don't, at least as far aa
the canary birds are concerned.
New York Herald.
Narcotic liflects of a California Spring.
Superintendent Stout recently de
scribed a wonderful mineral spring
that formerly flowed f roni the moun
tain side sonio miles alove the Butte
Creek House and near the Plumas
This spring was first called to Mr.
Stout's attention some years ago
while camming in that vicinity by an
old prospector, who called it the
"chloroform spring." The water
which flowed from it did not differ
in apiearanee or taste from the wa
ter of other springs, except that it
was slightl brackish. It was the ef
fect that followed the drinking of its
waters that was remarkable. A small
cup would in the course of half an hour
render the drinker totally insensible,
and he would remain for hours as if
dead. But few white men hail ever
tried the experimeiit of drinking
from it, but those who have done so
describe the effect as not unlike that
resulting from a heavy narcotic.
To the Indians this spring has been
known for generations. They call it
the "heap sleep" spring, and it is
said that more than one weary rod
man has entered the happy hunting
grounds through the medium of its
waters. Oroville Mercury.
t eafness Caniot fce Ctna
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
linimr of the eustachian lube. When
this tube irets inllamed von have a
rumblinir sound or imperfect hear
in"-, and when it is entirely dosed
deafness is the result, and unless tht
inflammation ean be taken out and
this lube restored to its normal con
dition, hcarinir will be destroyed for
ever: nine case? out of ten arecaucd
by catarrh, which is nothing but an
inllamed condition of the mucous
We will give One Hundred Dollar-
for any case of deafness (caused bv
catarrh) that cannot be cured by
Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for or.
F.J. Chenev & Co. , Props., Toledo, O
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Kits All lits stopped free by Dr
Kline's Great Nerve Restorer. o
lits after the Urst day's use. Marvel
ous cures. Treaise and $2 trial bot
tle free to lit cases. Send to Dr,
Kline. 931 Arch street, Philadelphia,
Pa For .sale bv all druggists: call
has cften wasted time and material ia
trviaf to obtain a shade of color, and
has even resorted to the use of ready
mixed paints, the ingredients of which
he knsw nothing, because of the diffi
cult? in making a. shade of color with
white lead. This waste can be avoided
by the uss of National Lead Company's
Pure White Lead
These tints are a combination of per
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and prepared so that one pound will
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puhject to a distressing pain at the biLso of the
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Your Nervine was hitfily
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i;ate that I had no conndence in tho iem-y of
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my headache wae rvinoved ; my epiritsaud Keucral
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Estate of Janu s Cox. !) c .
The undersigned havii.i: b- o i:
lstrator of the estate' tf .'a-:
of the county of Kock Ir-lan i. r- e
ceased, hereby gives no';ce t,i- i
before lue county court 01 h .i
ty, at the office of the cl- rk '.
i I- .: .
the city of Kock Inland, at '.i.e'
the first Monday in J':n- tti
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purpose of having the eairje aiijus
sons indebted to said estate art
maae immediate jiayment to the ur
Dated ima sind dar of Msrcri. A.
HENRY 1. WHEELAN, A
Estate of James C. Mahoni-r. i-c
The undersigned haviii teen &p:-o r.
ter of the last will and t'-etaTr. ; : r
Mahoncy. late of the county cf I.
tate ol Illinois, deceased, h. rerv L-:
that he will aptiear before tn- c- '.l-
Rock Island county, at the oLKee f.f t;
saidcourt, in the city of Rock 1- s-.
Jnce term, on the fcrst Vi:.c.-.i ;t
at which time all persoi s hivii ,-; ;
;aid estate are nc-tined and rt---:i?'.
for the purpose cf having the raniv i
acrsona indebted to saiat tat'- r
make immediate payment to the sr.i
Dated this 13th dav of Apr::. A. I'. :
VM. E. KLIN EFEl.TKi:.
By virtue of a sprci.-.l cxi'rt:t:-i u
f..st-a, issued out of the c'.k rk'? (-;
court of Kock Island cor.r.-y. ui i
and to me directed, wteretiy I ia
make the amount -f a tertai'i .: -l
obtained against Anm: '. '.
Rudolph tchwt ckf. out of tr.e . ::.
poods and chattels of tho f i.e
ttst Si hmidt. I have levied t:
projierty, to-w-.t :
Lots out- til alia inrt-e t ji ::i '
South Park ad'litiVn to :I t y
and I it four (1 iii J . M . r.cL:w'
ion of i ut lots ilo n tll a !.! t
lion t!irty-tlvc (3,'l town.-M 3 e c:
ranso two (-1 west of the fourf;
city of Keck Iiaiid. ail in ili- '
Ish-md and State of ll.it.oi'.
Therefore, acconiing toi;il cir.r:
Fose forsaie st ptihlic aurtimi a" '
and interest of the alxive '
Schmiiit. in and to the al.tove iic- r
-inthe 13th day of Jeuv. a: 2
at the north t'.oor of the court
city or Rock Island, in the county .
and state of Illino':, fur car-h ii. h
said execution and fee bill.
Dated at Rock I-iar.d this iU:
Sheriff of I!ck I-Iand
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The Lives and Graves
01 Our Presidents.
IJj thr Eennri,f I Writer, a. s. '
Aufhi r cf ' L'tOf. 'triq Foru'-l: I ' '
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Over Si'0,f 0 sold, ajd jet two-:h
ritory is -till char. A study of t'i
traits of our national heroes io:.v 1 1
patriotiMii is not dead, atd th- ft
lives wa-ms patriotic blood every :
Htn. 11. A. Thomi-s. k, 1). D.1--I
commend it most an t t".y t.- !"
tire corning into cill:(-tll '!
tometliir.g of the i:reat li "J9 '
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llos. 'i;wt s Batkman. fa: I
commend tt as irotd and urcful. -Hjle,
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Klotrapulral IllVtory ol Our Miu"
This eplctdid wcrk is hacdsom. ... .
bennd, and ia sold er.ly thror.i;h '
agents at tho followli extn nu !y . , , ,,
Old Gold Cloth, Marble Edge.. . - ' y
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I Litrarv BindiiiR. Full thcf p -r
Turkey Moroceo. out tcire . -,...,-.
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rite a.l-f nd -rivf
're'ideats." publishtd in
as some publishers do. at cnly 51
would cost S-fi. Our book ol:-1 :
Kino volumes of over AM) psfe" e-
auy one who complainsof the i r:i
work, simply makis a public i xh
J-cores of ap nt nro 'aai: -twenty
orders per day for tl.i- i '
thereby mahii from ;0 to Hi' 1 ' '
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in Full 1 urkcy Mi ro .
p eta work)
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