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THE AUGUS, SATUilPAV, APRIL. 29, 1893.
Published Daily and Weekly at 16J4 Second
Avenue, Book Island, 111.
J, W. POTTEK,
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Correspondence solicited from every township
is Rock Island county .
Saturday, Aimsil 29, 1893.
KxouMors beds of flint are found
near Austria. Flint is a fossil marie
up of skeletons of microscopic
KxroKTS of olri so far this Year
have lieen over fifty million dollars.
There is a great financial crisis in
The postofliee telegraphs in Eng
land have been worked at a loss of
1!2:,0'J.).0)J since it bought them in
It is probable that a great many
southern negroes will soon be at
work in the textile mills. Cotton
mills are being built as fast as ever.
Within the next few years i?:0,
000,000 will be expended for defenses
on the coast of California, and ll'".
000,00:) on the entire Pacific coast.
An Ohio scamp who has eomo to
gTief at last seems to have had a rare
faculty for combining business and
pleasure. So far as heard from ho
has swindled hundreds of merchants
and has eleven wives, all of whom he
married in various parts of the coun
try in order to secure revenue.
Some time ago it was reported that
Queen Victoria was practicing on a
type-writer. Now a London maga
zine has been suppressed for publish
ing one of the royal lady's poems.
Let the type-writer trust got in its
work before we have a chance to hear
from the tirinco of Wales.
Ax Oakland girl has set a pleasant
pattern by shooting at a man who re
fused to wear with becoming resigna
tion the mitten she had bestowed up
on him. This is much better than
allowing herself to becomo a target,
and the man. after acquittal on the
plea of insanity, to marry some other
A handsome Nebraska woman has
been sentenced to the penitt-ntlary
for four years, she huving confused
to the killing of a prominent citizen.
The evidence showed that the de
ceased only got what he deserved,
and the inferoeci that ll.e l.iinu-ome
younir woman is suiTering for not
havir.ir shot c.-uickor is fair.
M.MiJS.i due allowance for the rav
aces of thirly ye:i'.-s on the memory
and the natural tendency of the
human nind toward erabvilishment.
the average veteran can tell a pretty
loud ari:iy story; but ho i-n"t a
the average young man
the. war.- when ho gets
ted on his army ivm-
Canada is likely to find commercial
discrimination against the United
States an unprofitable policy. Double
dealing and unfairness do not pay in
the long run. It was the distinct
understanding of our government that
in tli 3 conference of the dominion
commissioners and our state depart
ment the. former pledged the Ottawa
government to the removal of the
Tin-: discovery that a gentleman
perfeeted the incandescent lamp
away bark in the sixties is not sur
prising. Such discoveries are always
being made. However, the gentle
man's ingfii'iify in hiding his light
so effectually under a bushel is almost
as remarkable a- the invention, and
his modesty de-orves more reward
than an tmappieeiative world is like
ly to bestow.
MAGIC AT THE FAIR
Wonders of Electricity in tho
ALL P0EMEB EFT0STS OUTDONE.
In' the new role of jack-in-the-box,
with the British cabinet pulling the
String, the khedive will be one of the
most amusing little potentates on
earth. If the land of the Phariohs
cannot respect its sovereign it must
have tho satisfaction of knowing that
it need not fear him, in which respect
t is more fortunate than some of it?
No Loxunu shall wo be able to
gauge the depth of bereavement by
the length of a mourner's crape if tho
princess of Wales is to be tho arbiter.
She positively declines to wear crapo
for her deceased eon, and good sense
from Dublin to Bombay will endorse
her decision. Sorrow can never be
expressed by mechanical devices nor
measured by the length or duration
of the mourning goods.
The highest barometric pressure
ever recorded is believed to have
bucn observed at Irkutsk, January
4 'x4, t he corrected reading being 31.8
inches. It was attended by very
low temperature. At Irkutsk, the
thermometer reached 51.3 degrees
below zero, and in the north of
Sweden it fell to 7G degress below,
or 88 degrees below the freezing
point of mercury.
Electrical Chicago Compared With Kiec
trlcal Taris to the Great Advantage ot
America Power as Well as Light
Heautifn.1 Spectacular Illuminations
This the Electric Age.
World's Fair, April 29. There Is to be
no greater sensation here than the exhibit
of electricity. This is the electrical age,
and Americans are the leaders of the
world in the new art. Of this there never
has been much doubt. There will be none
after this year. American inventors have
produced nine out of ten of the important
electrical inventions of the times, and
American lights, American applications
of the magic current to industries and
transportat ions are in nse the world over.
Never before was the power and the diver
sification and the maguificence of this
comparatively new servant of man shown
as it is shown in the Columbian exposi
tion. The strong feature of the exhibit is
that it is more than a mere display; it is in
Vsc; it furnishes the light and the power,
Hie beauty and the spectacularLsm. Dur
ing this, the last week of preparation,
even the most hardened workers at the
fair have broken forth in exclamations of
joy and admiration as the electric current
was turned on, first in one great building
and then in another, and finally npon all
out-doors, illuminating the vast grounds,
the pretty lagoons and tho grand basin
and canal almost as brilliantly as Old Sol
himself can do it.
Electricity and its industrial application
are not so new in the world fund in great
expositions that we are left without a
basis of comparison. But when former
electrical aggregations are compared with
this one, like comparisons in all other
fields of human cfTort, the Columbian ex
position takes such a giant stride beyond
that it will be many a day before its mark
is reached by future endeavor. It may not
be generally known that the first exposi
tion to depend alone upon electricity for
its lighting was held in this country. The
Ixmisville exposition of 1SS3 was illumi
nated by 0,000 Edison incandescent lamps,
which were then a great novelty to the
public, and of course the lighting consti
tuted one of the strongest attractions of
the show. Xo other artificial lights were
used, not even arc lamps. At the Xew Or
leans exposition both the arc and incan
descent systems were used with good ef
fect, and it was here it first became known
that under the clear white light of the
electricarc all the delicate tints of bloom
ing flowers were brought out almost as
perfec tly as in sunlight, and as no other
artificial illuminant could do.
Paris, the home of expositions, and al
ways a great center of electrical develop
ment, set a rapid pace in 1ST!) when she
opened the exposition evenings with the
then unheard-of number of 1,43 arc lamps.
Four years ago she set out to astonish t he
world with her use of electricity, and she
did it. In France the government is
everything, and the minister of public
wor'Zs organized a syndicate of electrical
Crrnstoclo t!:a work. Expense was not
coTJ.-idcred. The greatest and best, was the
objective point. I'.c.t even at this Paris did
not light more than one-fifth of her expo
sition of 1SS9. There were only 1,100 arc
lni.ps and 1,000 incandescent lamps.
Electrical power v.as not distributed
throughout t he grem:i!s. The ciu rtzy used
in genera; ing electricity amounted to but
8,'W horse-power. Tba largest single dy
namo used was cf 4'J horse-power.
This was only four years nco, and the
best tho Krci.ch cot. 1.1 do with a govcra-
piiiei-t. at. their Lack for the illumination of
an exposition which v-as designed to ia
their "greatest." Let. 113 compare Paris
with Chicago electricity. Here there are
f.AKK) arc liirhts and iU.ooO incandescent
! lights. Many of the latter are small
! har.ps, umhI deccrativcly, but by the
! usual standard eoual 'V.WO in all of full
power. The engines ust d to operate there
lamps and to f urni-h service-power have a
combined energy of S,0o0 horse-power, 2,000
of this comingfrorn the th.ifc.of a single
engine. Hero a single armature on the
shaft of a big engine will, when run to its
highest, speed, develop 2,.".i electrical
Lorsenower. Another er.cine, with two
armatures, one at either end of the shaft,
will develop 1,500 l.orse-power. In com
parison with the.se f:g:i res the plant with
! which the French astonished the world
seems small, iuueed.
But is not a'ono in si.e that this Amer
ican elect rical plant outdoes all previous
efforts. For the first time iu the history
of expositions electricity has a building cf
' its own in which to show the world what
' it can do. Hera are ehdit and one-third
acres devoted to the nppiian.-es and. mani
festations of tho newest industrial art.
I There are countless electrical m;!ch?nes,
from the great dynamos weighing from
. twenty to fifty tons, which even at this
, late day the workmen arc with ma:;'
hcave-ohs and powerful tackio hauling
' into place, down to the feat her-weijiht in
' struuM nt. of iilaiosuiiieonce ivablc delicacy,
; with which surgeons iliumiuatethethrojits
'of their patients. Here will be i-hown the
'numberiess appliances wi:h which elec
' tricity is used iu the a.rts and sciences, in
' manufacturing and household economy.
' Here will be displays, novel and beautiful,
i sure to maUethe building the most popu
lar of all the great departments of the ex
i position. Here will be the telegraph, wit h
1 its wonderful multiplex and more wou
' derful printing systems. Here the telau
t tograph, or "far writing in fac-simde"
1 machiue, the newest marvel in electric
ity will bo shown. Here Wizard Edison
will introduce to tho public his almost iu
j credible Kinetogrnph, which is to repro
' duce audibly the voice of a man who may
' bo dead or in Jericho, and his photograph
' and his gestures as well.
I Some one said to me a few days ago, as
' we walked through the Electricit y build -I
ing. "They have made a mistake in as
! Ki.m1r.IT ko mnrh Kmice to this department.
There isn't enough to fill it." I asked
Chief Barrett about this, and he replied:
"We could have used three times as much
muu-h li.-nl w bad It, to cive out. You
'; must remember that what you see in this
' building is only a part of our exhibit.
! One-fifth part of the space in Machinery
I hall is occupied by what is virtually an
electrical display. There are the sources
,' of all our power, for in the Electrical
building proper we use motors, not gencr
I ators. In Machinery hall the engines
i and dynamos together occupy a space 100
, feet wide by 1.000 feet long. Then we ha-, e
. powerful dynamos in an outside structure
( where tho current is generated for opera
j tion of the electrical elevated railway
which rvis' .for more than three miles
around and through tho grounds. Oar
exhibit is everywhere, in fact. We spread
all over tho exposition, and I think after
people see what we have done they will ad
mit that electricity is king."
Leaving to the near future, when all
this electrical energy shall be put into
operation running machinery in four or
five buildings moving the thirty trains of
cars on thee!evated,hoistingtheelevators,
moving the electrical launches swiftly
over the lagoons and canals, and produc
ing incomparably beautiful and spectacu
lar effects with searchlights, illuminated
fountains, lighted grounds, buildings and
basins and glowing shrubbery on tha
wooded islands let us glance for a moment
at the conductors and sources of such a
When those exposition grounds were lit
tle better than a swamp,"and that was
only two or two and a half years ago im
mense conduits were laid under the sur
face running in all directions from the site
of Machinery hall. The chiefs in charge
of each of the great buildings were re
quired to submit detail drawings showing
TXSTALLIXG A GREAT AEMATtTK.
the location of all the lights he might
need. Similar specifications were filed for
all the outdoor illumination. The result
was that conduits were laid of sufficient
capacity to serve every building and every
part of the ground- and north of Ma
chinery hall and the ."".-icultural building
not one overhead wire is in use. Through
the great conduits run 125miles of insulated
cables, or ''primary ' wires carrying the
'"lead'' to the Administration, Mines and
Mining, Electricity, Manufactures, Gov
ernment and Fisheries buildings. From
the last named a secondary circuit, also
underground, ramifies among the foreign
and state buildings and to the Art hall.
Minor subways run all through the
grounds, carrying current to the poles, to
the shores of the lagoons, the islands, and
making brilliant the walls of thi basins
Who does noc love power? Who does
not like to look upon itsgeneration as well
as its manifestations? Step into the great
boiler heus,; which is an annex by the side
of Machinery hall. A sixth of a mile of
boilers in one row. They resemble very
much in size and proportions a soliilly
built block of three-story brick houses
with iron shutters and a fearful lot of
white pipes running over and about them.
It is nil one emtio to sec a stoker at the
far end of the j i.-.n: as he pulls cpen a fur
nace; tl.or and throws iu some coah When
he "tries" the. water you see the Steam
rush out, but you cannot hear it hiss.
There is some t hhig ma jest ie, almost awf.il,
a bcu t this s;ntt. ul.'. It is so vast, be
speaks such gi::::t p:v t r, that one is fas
cinated and reltietant ly sit ps w ithin Ma
chinery hall to se s what use is made cf all
Here more nrd greai'
eral score of great er'j.iaes, a. id one just a
little greater ihanany of its neighbors, are
driving enormous, dynamos Oi' revolving
huge aniuitttrn. More than one half of
all the steam-energy is converted into t I.'c
triciiy. Though the mighty engines are
in motion, perhaps no two of them at the
same speed, there is no disquieting in i-e.
Each of the loon ters is almost Micut.
Tho floor ha" -i perceptible tremor, that is
nil. The perftvi i-:i of. engine building and
fittir.gtl.is is rial we take oil our hats to
the thousand or so of grimy, oily meu who
clamber iu and abte.it the leviathans like
chipmunks in a rail-pile. They are the
crack mechanics front the high-class fac
tories. More pevwer to their arms and to
their power-producing pets.
Leafness Canrot b3 Carsa
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. l)oafnoss is caused by an
inllamcd 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 wiil be destroyed for
ever: nine cases out of ten are caused
bv catarrh, which is nothing but an
inilamed condition of the mucous
We will give One Hundred Dollars
for any case of deafness (cause. 1 by
catarrh) that cannot be cured by
Hall's Catarrh Cure. Semi Tor cir
F.J. Cheney & Co.. lrjs..Toloilo,0
JC-jySold bv druggists, i.jc.
lUu Afoul of a Ti;iT.
London, April 2S. A dispatch from
Simla, ludia, says that Lieutenant General
Sir James C. Dormer, the military com
mander iu Madras, has been severely in
jured in an encounter with a tijjer.
entire system, eliminating
all Poisjns from the Blood,
ivictiicr cf scrcfulous cr
na:arial origin, this prep
aration Jus 110 equal.
"Frr rii 'siren mrKl.'is I haj rt
eczi.nx S'-r: t" ":: iriiyr. I uuis
trraieii tr Irsi tc.-at fhysiiian.;
In! 'tnr.irJ tij rriicf; tfie sere
r-raJuauy i'rrzr worse. I final,'?
tori S. 6". .V., anJ it:s cr.iircJy
enrrd cftzr vsir.j a frw loi.'.'es.''
C. U. McLkkope,
TREATISE on H'rjd and Skin
Uiseases mailed free.
Tl HE swift specific 1.0
They wash their clothes
Wl 5 H
LOUIS D. VARSDERVERZ,
Oao cf tie lest known lMslness men in Ciccgo,
representative of the great Bradstreet
HEADACHE, SLEEPLESSNESS, NERVOUS
Or. Nilca Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind.
Vntlewien : I take pleasure in informing ym
ot the verv tx-neficial results which have follow fi
the tine of Do. Milcs- Rctortiv Ncrvim'
in tbecaseof myself and wife. ht year 1 v.!u
eubject to a distressing pain at the base of ii.e
brain and upper portion of the ppinal cord. I
m lost flesh and was grout:?
f I I fJ fl troubled with sleeplessness.
UW1 lULyour Nervine was bit-lily
recommended to me. My case had been so olisii
i.ate that 1 had no conlidence in tho efficacy of
any medicine. Yet as a last resort I consenie-d lo
plve it atrial. Much to my surprise, 1 exiienenei-d
, Birr-fnr.ii ....... -( ...... .
my headache was removed; mjfcpiritsaudKeiiertJ
a .aaw aft n Baa.
CAINCO TWINTY fOUHDS. ALL THIS OCCURBCO
crrcn learned and well known physicians
mao rAiLic. My Wife in taking Hie Nervine witii
Ihe heft of results. Lotis 1. VasiEkvluk.
Sold on av Positive Guarantor.
Dr. Mi LES' PI LLS, 50 Doses 25 Cts.
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"THE OLD RELIABLE."
HAYES & CLEAVELAKD
3oj rcitiiti- cvi:r 40 Mi-'it-n Dollfcrs
Of C.iiU d?FCt?
vire. Life. Tornado-
Bonds cf Surtty&hip
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Kck Inland, l!:s.
jaSccure .r.r rates; ti c y v.n inicrc-.-t ye u.
J. M. BUFORD,
Genera! . . .
Estate of James C. Mahont r. " i
The undereipTied having been appo : , :c
torof the tart will ai.d 1 1 ir. i : ; r
Mahoney. late cf tie co'.i.ty if . k .
itato ol Illinois. dcceaei, i.i reiy r :.
rbat he will app-ar hi foie- The- c-::t.-i
Rock Island county, at the o.lice .ft! .
aid court, in the citv of I.'ock .. ir.
Jane term, on the 8rM V m-duy -i .1: .
it which time ail petsors fe vi: ;
aid estate are untiiied ar-d ri iiueri i.- a
Hr the purjjot-e of haviiiL- tin- T-nrni- :--t
person indehr d to ?ait: e-':i:-.' ri r j::.
aiaae imn;eii!Hte paynn i'i T. The nr.:. -. J; t
Dated thi 1:!:h lnv of Apr;!. A. 1. 1- .
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By viitueof a rptcial eserr.tlcn :
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couit ot 1ik I!;'.nd county, and
and to me-dire-ctcd, wht reliy I :.m r-t:
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obta'.ncl afamr-t Atiitis: M'h-iii'l'.
liuiiolph M-bw eke. out f the lan-.
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K ck lf'.Jt, 1 !:S hy rvf.ro -I
mviT :ui i t on o .h - c tv
the- map or p'.:lt i f Sjid su!
Ik; llieofor the- r to d '
IshiMi County wiil tin ro i
in the- Ci'v of Hixk lsiau :
lsl.ll el ai d St:i c of 1. lino's
untea lhirton, known
House" anil hi n ti fun
ci'y as ant for a hose boeSi.
'J he pr-T-ises ele rc: i'H d :i- f,
I ecu n;ti at t ou t on 'he
strut wh'ch 's twen'y-ilve
t oir:t of its ii.terreeiioii ve ii ti ii.
nve-i.ue; t ciic ca-i paraln-i
- f SjiKth airi iu one- hundred i
thrni e nortli t :i-l" i ii!
Kinilia'.l sir et thirty c; i, f . . :
hi with sa.d n inn !i:ie of
aid east iT.e Ki :,;"'! :1." '
rn sa (I i jt "in. : : . p...ce f
n the city of ii. k l-'und, 1
ls'aii'i ai'.d ..iT- of Ii tin i-. i.ii '
ated 1 1 o: v'O'i Keiw n a- " L. ' '
ami h retoforv i.-c.i :ij fie
And that t-a'd ri u.in- :e -i
and hert i i '.di r '.heri-f n .
'i be citv if l'" U N;:.i.-i re
ri iect Mi if ii i.ii l'i''s .
Lll 1 '
A r.cw sti'i Con plete Tu-atn'i t , c i rr-'s; rtr t f
Sippositoriof. nminuit in Ci'. -r.h, also in Ilos
and Kill" : A l'ositive ure for JfzTirnal. I'.lind or
Bii-e tiira lu-hins.. Chronic. Ke e n, or lli-reditiirv
Pil . Fkmai .kwuhrnwi i:i:d lni.nv other !h
ca.iif ; it is alv ayw a treat I unfit to the general
hi-altli. 1 he firr-t disrovcrv cf a medical cure- ren
dering an oprrinion with the knife nnr.ecesary
lure(ttr. This K. inert J t a never Win known
tofall. 1 per hox,6 for 55; m-1 t bvmail. Why
suff.-r from this lorriable eiis.ase whei'a written
iraarantne. i titiv-v pi Ten with bottle, to re
fand the money if not cured, (eel sianip for
fn-e pnnit'ic. lir.aiai le-e l.saed bv our aire at.
JAPANESE LIVER PELLETS
Acta like mauic on 1he Mouiach. Liver and lt-w
en; dispell" liyspt psia, PiPoiu-ne", lever. Colds,
Nervous Iieorder,r-leep!essni H.I.of of Appetite,
reptore the completion ; perfect jjijersuon fol
Iowa their tine. I'ositivt cure 'or Sick Heapacbe
and Constipation, t-mull. mild, i asy to take. Large
Viala of !H !ill ascent".
HAKTZ & ULLMKYJiR Sole Afenis llock Isl
I-- 1 t 3. ..n.iiniUllDUinll .
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6. . Li . fw w m. - x.j
WMOLf SALE . t7T?.
. 1 iKS -I a at I n Sa
LAEOK. TIME, !
Use it yovir own way.
It 13 the bett Soap reade
For Vi ashiiifc MacLit-.r use.
WARHOCK & RAISIC.
to'il eveivwberf t
Vol'. THK ;-Al.V. l r i il
! TTOSK H-.-l'5IC AM' I-"T ' -
tiiLi'iN i:ok a:u
TI1K CITY t'K K rw l-,-M
V lio i 'i-. i' is no lot r n ns'-i'.
for tin' use i f 1!-e ei'. 'f . m.-: '
h jiieni'ii-s i. r. Il'lf or i. seiihi !
! v lite sil'O e'l of l.o. i, .: o. I ' r-.
"i:.- il o:i! .'l.e.l i.y the . .iy ( i.: i i.
I.oi !; I s'.ami :
torsi 'ti 1 Thii: ia' - i" 1 3' '
U. ek inland of the fo'i- wii-s
i ol 1 ;.r
Made front any old photo, executed in the niont
artistic workmanship 'it
Kaliable Photographic FstabHsb.-rent over Kc
Cabe'a l-atisfactiou tuerauleed.
a Thofe eirtuin
known ami m si.'to t i .''
?k loin loi in I'm! ..i.l"! s
nf liiiii ki'Ai n'v four .-1 f of
tion of tU- cit. of l.ock Nli.n l i. '
Hie-p at i f sai i I.iiim r uii.hiioti ot o.o
Keck ii'm il. ai.d the ui'i'i or plat r s;i
vis on r.cor.-i d In the ofll : for the f of
deeds in s:id K..e Islni'il "'"''' 'J:';".
appe ar, situated in the city of H. .. Is .t .
county f Kock lslan-' m il stale f I.
the building siluu'e.l iln reonki own ta
hose house" a- d h.-ren fore ued by sio i .
and for a hose hnuocv
b The prim ses describi-i. a- l-i.iow .
UciMiin at a ,o iitti the cast I n.-, f o
street wli'i h is twemy fi-e i-m fee- nor th
piiint -f ita ii " r-.-eti. n with t.ie J. r ':,
Mxlinti) avenue; I M nee i.isi pjiia I; '
i...,ih line ..f -istii ii'twc e n;''-r;y-
(110) f-et: th.- e m.Mli P rail. I '" -line
of Kimhall street t Ik rty ( I .
west parallel with said n -rtli !in-of m.x
to stiid ea-t line of Uin hii I - re. ' a ...
south on sr.n. ea-t ill " m ' ' i'-'
situated in th" eltv of !". k 1-lM.i.-f
lt.K-k la. d ai d st .to of l.lir; . . -intrs
tiiati il ihereon known i ' !
liouse" and here'ol. ie i.se-i r si.
for a Ii. i s.- Ii-.i:" : .
Ai il that mi i ' ri n l-i - . s, .
and best lo.lder ther- f ir.
t-. e. -J That the city eel 6
to advert:-.-- in the il.-mv or
i:. I l.. .1... - f Hol K It 'I o r '
., " .... ....'.,:.. ,.u f. r the pur
UXII Ui'o. l'i'. .
prc-miaes. which pro; o: fi -i;
sh.. trii--nth fl.'.l day of Vay,
Passed alrrch iih, l-'-'i K,
Attett: '' ' , .
a ti .