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THE AUGUS, WEDNESDAY, MAY 3, 1893.
Published Daily nd Weekly at lfrM Second
Avenue, Rock Island, 111.
J, W. rOTTEK,
Tbb8 Daily Sue per mouth: w eeKiy a.iO
par annum; In advance f 1 .50
All communications of a critical or ar-jaineti't-t
ire character, political or relitrious, must lsme
raal name attached for publication. No such
articles will be printed over fictitious Hirnatn.-er.
Anoymous communication? not noticed.
Correspondence Klicited frooi every townsr-.i;)
i 1 Rock Island county.
Wednesday. May :?, 180;i.
Vast sums of money art' to Ih -
pentled in Arizona anil other parts of
The lnj; cables for the ln:nlw :iv
line New York arc 1 ().;!-) foot lonjraiul
w-eiirh 40 tons.
Admikal Giiei;ai:ii says that
ln'st pilots in the worM are thos
New York harbor.
The World's Fair building?
already cost double what the
lair buildings cost.
The people protested against a fur
ther reirn of McCohoehieism.
Therefore. Mr. Medill was elected.
Wherefore then, should Mr. MedilTs
administration be a counterpart of
The Union holds up ex-Mayor Mc
Conochie as a model for the new
mayor to follow. It was only four
short weeks since that the people de
cided they wanted a change in the
municipal administration. Then
where is the lopie in adtisin:; Mr.
Medill to follow in the f.otMcps of
Peoici v Jot kxai.: The Anicric:m
hen is a busy and n-i-ftil fowl. Tiiere
'are lio.ooo.not) of them. :ml they lay
everv year G.imk.h. i;;.o m ec.rs. In
Waterloo there is ine which i- an e
pcrt in catching rats. It teases t hem
a while and then releases thetn. The
owner of this remarkable fowl ha
obst rved that no rat ever comes the
MCiiinl time within reach of its claws.
A report conies from a Pennsylvania
town of a fatidious hen that refused
to set upon some colored cjrps b'f
over from KuMer.
The I'rrsliieiit'H Summer Home.
The country seat near Washington
which President Cleveland has leased
for his summer home is about ready
for occupancy, lielvoir" it will be
called, a name closely rcscmblirg
that of 'TJeauvoir House." the late
home of Jefferson Davis, in Missis
sippi. From next month forward,
therefore, the wealthy residents of
the Hock Creek region in driving
their spanking turn-outs along tlu
country roads about there at even
tide raav confidently expect to en
counter droves and shoals of tired,
perspiriug travelers in linen duster
and with gripsacks in their arms
footing their way painfully through
the dust and sand towards "Lelvoir
in search of a private interview with
"Belvoir' is a beautiful place.
The house is quite old. having been
built nearly a hundred years back.
nnd is constructed somewhat alter
the generous and substantial plan
an Kngli.-h rural villa of the pa
feneration. The bricks used in th
..1,1 -nortiiiii were mostlv hroiiirht
from Kurland. Though old fasl
ioned the house is a large one, an
contains rooms, all of liberal pr
nirtios. The s U lTOt' !i d 1 1 1 LT c.-ttitt
covers i'-i acre-. Looking out Iron
the rear of the house one gets a mag
nificcut iew. taking in the eapitol
at the extreme lei't. with its great
while dome plainly visible, and tie
Washington monument touning up
ward in front, and on the right tin
silver shield of the Potomac gleam
ing in the sunlight. The wlw'e
place is suggestive of com fori, ease
and quiet, hut the surpassing charm
Ol the president's home consists in its
superb oak t ree-. eeti t uries old . which
liavc been allowed t l''ov untrimmed
like forest monarch s.
A l.oud Jsmir.
The St. Louis Uepublie has made
an analysis of the direct and indirect
profits accruing from a bond issue of
fSO.OOO.OOO at 4 per cent, for in
years, which shows that the interest
judiciously handled would amount to
more than the principal at the expir
ation of 10 years. 1 his explains t lie
anxiety of the New York bankers for
a bond issue aud also Secretary Car
lisle's objection to the plan.
In making a tand against these
demands, the Republic says that Mr.
Carlisle will have the support of the
democratic national platform, which
nledeea the party to use silver money
on tho same footing as gold and not
to treat it as an evidence of debt.
payable in gold, as was done under
the Harrison aunitnisirauon.
JValonjrasit is held that silver
ought not to be paid out on certifi- I
cates issued on silver bullion, it J
w ill be possible for Wall street com
binations to drain the tseasury of
gold, but it seems to Ik? impossible
at present for Mr. Carlisle to make a
stand against them. The best he
can do is to put off for the time be
in"" the issue of bonds which thev de
tuaiul in spite of the fact that the
authority the secretary of the treas
ury once had to issue bonds has been
repealed by subsequent legislation.
If an extra session of congress is
called in September. Mr. Carlisle will
undoubtedly le able to take more ad
vanced ground against this dictation,
though it is certain that as soon as
the session is called this same influ
ence will make an attempt to force
through an authorization for a new
The lines are being drawn for one
of the most hotly contested tights the
country has seen since Andrew Jack
son arrayed the democratic party
against the plutocracy of hi- day.
licfore it is over there is apt to be a
realignment of parties, but whatever
happens. Secretary. Carlisle can rely
upon it that when he is ready to
make a stand for the democratic
platform ami for the use of silver as
monev instead of as an evi
dence of debt, payable in gold,
borrowed or to be borrowed at inter
est from the (Jold Combination in
Wall street, he will have the demo
cratic party behind him. And with
the democratic party for him he need
not fear the force of any combination
against him, no matter what its
Norway Seeking Separation.
The union letveen Sweden and
Norway is in great danger of being
broken. The two states are far
more loosely tied together than Brit
ain and In land will lo under the
homo rule bill ; bat the Norwegians
are impatient of their slight fetters,
and under cover of a request for
separate foreign agents seek a total
separation. The king in vain sug
gested a compromise, and it is stated
that the radicals have resolved, if he
refuses to establish two foreign
ministries, to resign and refuse the
supplies. It is scarcely jossible that
the king should yield, as his foreign
policy would bee -me unworkable-
the Norwegians, for example, uesir-
incr close relations with IRussia yet,
if he does not. ho must occupy Xor-
wav Willi wemsu Troops, 10 iue con
fusion of the finances, and the pro
duction of another great and de finite
grievance in Norway.
The true motives of the movement
are tne Norwegian uisiiht- ol mo
Swedes, whom they regard as super
cilious, and the advance of theoretic
democracy in Norway to a point in
consistent with any monarchy at all.
It is possible, as the peasants are
widely scattered and Cliristiania is
conservative, that the quarrel may
smolder on for years, but theoretic
ally there is no way out of it, and
the credit of Norway, now so excel
lent, may seriously suffer. London
Decay of Handwriting.
TiH handwriting soon become an
extinct art? It seems like it, judg
ing from the number of telegrams
that do duty instead of letters and
from the multiplication of the type
writer. Telegrams of condolence,
telegrams of congratulation, tender
messages of love, invitations to din
nerall are conveyed by tho electric
wire. It saves time ; it saves trouble ;
it spares all expenditure of pretty
phrases. Then as to the typewriter;
active men of business first began to
use it ; then lazy people followed suit ;
now even intimate friends write their
notes with it.
In many houses may bo heard the
aggravating click of the type-writer,
so utterly unimaginative and unro
mantic. while the c"tiver--ation Uiw
on tii" res'-ecii
itT2T nacliin -js, t..e s
thev writ-. ::::d'th
method or uiivr V
Alas, forth !! !ay.-
r . i n !!-.- c-harm.'rg 1
iniv V--: -o':--s
dix-idui-.litv in 1
hearts will not 1-e.
handed a letter, for
know if it comes from our swoeth.:.rt
;ver the r-eas. or from the huteher
r.v.n.d th- corner, hid.ng Lis new
-Iew Voile Cuta-
mciead A I veil i
deafness Cat not to t'irett.
by local a!plieatiot)s. as they cannot
reach the disea.-ed portion of the ear.
There is oiilv one way to cure deaf
ness, and that is by constitutional
remedies. Deafness is caused by an
in named condition of the mucous
lining of the eustachian tube. W hen
this Tube gets inflamed you have a
rumbling nound or imperfect, hear
ing, and when it is entirely closed
deafness is the result, and unless the
inflammation ean he taken out and
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
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., Props., Toledo, O
J8r-Sold by druggists, 75c.
M-. d r. iiii wlueU I
: e wall !!.ive
tier writers. i.- I
w-s. i:o more i::-
' t.-:r l
: wheu we are
we shall never
THE THEFT OF LOVE.
Once, long ago,
Tv. as years and years unnumbered.
Love weary grenr
Wheu, with mischief rife,
A nymph espied him.
Stole his bow and arrow.
Lying loose beside him.
Love slept on; then, sobbing.
Told of his avrakiug.
Havinrr lost his bow,
Kis little heart was breaking.
Love prew sad and tilent,
Nothing did but brood.
And ell this while no lover
Wa by lover wooed.
When the world grew loveless.
Having lost love's giver.
Then the nymph contritely
Uavo haek to I.ovo his quiver
The r-'ue, Vince wiser (rrown,
JiiiuKul of his dower,
Nov.- :;;-.vayo hides his bow,
Ketuemlx rin; that sad hour.
IX-iroit Tree IVesa
A Staffed Cut's Influence.
You c an reproduce tho likeness of
a cat or dog .r any other animal on
canvas, and the animal will not or
cannot recognize it, even though it
is considered a perfect lifelike ropro
duetion. How different when the
interloper is a rag cat! It seems
ridiculous to wiite it, but neverthe
less it is true. A Hartford child had
leen presented with one of those
stuffed rag cats, with tho expression
painted, and altogether a fairly good
looking specimen. Recently wish
ing to see what effect would be pro
duced 13' showing it to the tiger cut
that lay sleeping behind the stove,
the writer quietly ilac(d the dummy
in a sitting posture alout three feet
from tho sleeping feline and by fair
means or foul legan to attract her
It didn't take long. With a gentle
"biff' on the side of the head to give
her the impression that it was a cat
blow she awakened, and with a fly
ing side leap she met the stuffed
loauty on the jaw. A rough and
tumble fight ensued. Grappling the
dummy the genuine proceeded toun
joint it in a very rapid manner;
rags, wiod and other memlersof the
decoy began raining in showers.
With not a little difficulty the fight
ers wero seiaratod. New York Tele
cram. Don't be deceived by ipnorant, v
unscrupulous fakirs mid contl
dence men, assuming to offer
'Indian Kemedics," and who
pretend that t heir nostrums are
made by the Indians.
and other Kicknpoo Indian
remedies are THE OMI CKXC
IE IXD1A REMEDIES BiDB
AND SOLO IX AMERICA.
The word " Kickapoo" Is copy
righted and they dare not steal
Be enre von pet "Kicfcapoo nornedies,"
nd Of that errrj hottle or pacUge hw toil
tac-iimile tignature thus :
Distributing Agent, S21 Grand Ave., 3few
Haven. CX. These genuine Indian Remedies ar
But peddled but are sold at all drug stores.
D IT LT T Sni three 2-r. stamp to pay pat
ritBB aire, anil we fill mail Jim free a
thrilllna- and intensely interest inir hik oT 173
paces, entitled "IHE AM St tLs AM0
IHE Kit KAl'OO IlIAS."
Telia all almut the Indiana.
makes no d'merence what kind. Using
greasy :.nd inferior soaps is one road
!o preiviature ueiav
sore hear ts cloi he;
Not so when
is used. Cheerfully proceeds the
labor of wash-day with health and
long life assured. Hands all right-
hearts light clothes pure ana wuuc
as a Greenland snowdrift.
J AS. S. KIRK & CO., Chicago.
Dusty Diamoiii Tar Soap.
Make o' PLI Sa
and how to attain it.
At last a mistical work that tells the causes,
describes the effects, points the remedy. This
is scientifically the most valuable, artistically
the most beautiful, medical book that has ap
peared for years ; 96 pages, every page bearing
a half-tone illustration in tints. Some of thr
subjects treated are Nervous Debility, Impo
tencv, Sterilitv, Development, Varicocele, The
Husband, Those intending Marriace, etc.
Kverv man who would know the grand truths,
the plain facts, the old secrets, and the new
discoveries of medical science as applied to
married life, who would atone for past follies
and avoid future pitfiils. --i:!d writs- for itvs
wonderful little b.oU. ;i ' v ft frte.
aadex seal. Address !-
mm jCw. i
COL. C. W. DEAN.
GUNSTRUCK IN BATTLE I
rn. Miirsi medical co , fikiubt,
Ixi. I must Pay the ICestorativ Nervine
juict Nrrvo and Liver l'ills liava done me
I'UU YEARS T TIAVK NOT IKLT AS
WKLli AS NOW.
The starting point ef my disease wns a
si nsiriiUo reei ived in lotl!. before 1'ort
Hudson, Louisiana, June ltth, lM'f. I"p to
tlie time of beginning to take lr. Miles'
LI t Itemedien 1 bad luid a con
ijHw tinual distraetins pain In my
bead; also, weak Fpells. and lbe past four
years I bave bad to ft'ivo up fverytbing
of an aetiva character, and etay in tlie
bouse for I niontba at
n time; .J n Cm J rnnlil not
walk ai-rw i he Ktreet. I KNOW VOI R
I. r.MKOIKS 1IAYE VA RKI ME, and tbat
the enre will be permanent. Several
bere are using your remedies, and all tpeait
well or them. Yours trulv.
OOL C U'. DEAN,
National Military Home, lJaj ton, O.
UK. MII.KS'NERVTNE ts the moFt cer
tain cure for Ileaibtelie, Nenralria, TV'erv
ous l'roatration. Uizzinnsn, Spaitras, Sleen
lo'.nrM, Dullnrsn, Itlaen. ami Opium
lflabit. Contains no opiates i.r dant-rous Urut.
Sold on a Positive Guarantee.
HOW TO SAVE
"A Stitch in Time.
Now is tlie tinu
' tluit lias
t i-i-.-i 1 in" for the t'oo
lroiil)leil yon all winter.
Whv ilo the lilivsieians of the Si ott
Meilieal instit nte make thi .state
In rejilv we Yxuuhl say. We have
l.i-,-ii o ei rtin with !ii-iii( -s iluriag
the winter. Numhers i f -:-es for
eonsultalion we h:ie ailiseil lo wait
fir warmer weather hi fore eommene
in treatmi tit. Now is the best time
of the year. We lo e.. l sav this sim
plv fr the sake of making money
luit fiei ause we ean treat iliseascs of
tlie throat, lung anil eatarrh to hot
ter ail ant age now than at any other
time of the year. Our disadvantage
has Ix'i-ti we did not have the faeili
ties for treating the great number of
eases thronirinu- our olliees. have
dozens of patients who have to wait
until 10 p. m. to reeeive their treat
ment. To obviate this we have added
another treating room to our olliee
and secured the assistance of Dr.
Morris. Huffalo, N. Y., and patients
will not be required to wait so long.
We say with pardonable pride that
this is the only private olliee in Iowa
where th ree physieiansare daily em
ployed. IlLMJI HM-1 K, I "I i'iar-i:r.. n. A.
Mr. Fn - has the -a-..- oh! meiiot
i:,.us w,.rd t" use that u:'fcc -Imi-i-,t,.r,"
i;:vv. Tiiat wi-rd i-
C F l; K 1'." lb- - i v- - i si: iVi-rcd
v.jih . -at.'.rrh f.-r m ar 'e::tu was
afraid ef 111 v huv h-.-e .itiimr atr.iet-a-
1 h:-..rp:en" lliro-gh U'.v - he-t.
It. a ring no't-.-s in siv car-, l-.-.i.'aehe.
I...-,- -:..!.'.! iM-. Son- tlir.iat a'u!
mt-.euotis 'dropping i" my throat. 1
l.i-M-r foitivi relief it'll i! Ien;amenied
in a'.in at the eott M die;.l Inti
mte and 1 have treated with a nura
bi r ..f physietae.s. Today I am cured
ailer inii.''iu"r,lh's treaimen: and nev
er fell bett -r in my life. I have paid
;.". o;i a mottth f-r m treatment ate!
i'ive this statement o! iintary."
The Fee of :?" Charged by tlie Scott
Medical Institute pays fur Personal
Treat incut . Medicines Every thing
For One Month.
221 Brady etfct't, Davenport, la.
Oveu American Expkess Co.
SPECIALTIES: Catarrh. Eye,
Ear, Nose, Throat, Lunfrs, Nervous
Diseases, Skin Diseases', Chronic Dis
OFFICE HOURS: 9 to 11 a. m., 2
to 4 p. m.. 7 to 8 p. m.
On Sundays the office will be open
from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m.
"Would you know v;T)y pleasure
rtir V. ' -V- .'- v. 1 r:,-
Is ife cause d c? Hi-.:
For zi Qyr'v:- or
Made o.ly y
N.K.FASRBAMK Sc Ce
JOHN M. PARTDOX,
SCHMEIL, PARIDON & BON,
Painters and Decorators
Kalbomining, Papkk Hanging, Etc ,
419 Seventeenth Stree
A. D. HUESING,
Represent, arnoni? other tlrae-trted ina t:
known Firelnanrasce Compacice te followir-i.' :
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BnCalo German Ins. Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
R.-c!icter German Ir.s. Co., RocUostcr, K . 1
C-lt-.fone Ir.s. Co.. of Pittebargh.
rn Fire Office, London.
l'r.:-in In. Co., of Calif nm'.a.
Security In. C.. Kcw Uivti, Corn,
mtiwau'liee Mechanics las. Co., Milw;tci W
Otrcnan Fire Ins. Co.,of Paoria.Ili,
Office Cor. ISth St., and SsconJ Avo.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
"THE OLD RELIABLE."
HAYES & CLEAVELAND
Hepreeenting over 40 Million Dollars
of Casta assets
Fire, Life. Tornado.
Bonds of Suretyship.
OFFICE Room 21, Mitcho'.i; Lj-nde's block
Kock Island, 111. . , .
rSecnre our rate; they will mtereet you.
J. M. BUFORD,
General . . .
The o'd Fire and Time-tried Companies
Lssses Promptly Paid.
Fate" e low i? fry reliable- comr-ar.y car. a2
Year I'lirei.&ire ii hoi.cr.tci.
LAEOE. TIME, MONEY
Use it yoTir own way.
!i the bett Soap made
For ashing Machinf- nee.
WARNOCK & RAISTGN,
Made from any old photo, executed In the most
artistic workmanship t
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Rllble Pbotograpblc EtbKsliaeixt over Mc
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The anilersieneil having p.-. ;
tr of the hxst wiil htjJ
Mahoney, li-.Te of t:.e c- :.:.--.
tate ot Illinois. i'. cv-.-- r
that he uili a;--t.-ir .t. f - .
Knrk Inland county. :r ! . '
aid court, in the cuv t.f ). -Juni-
term, on il.c f--; .
at which tin.- p : i. i
aid estate ari- ir-: v-1 i: : r.
for the jirpoe .sf r.i-. ::
person" imlchted te . - .
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r.vvirine n: i ..; ,
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court of Keck i r.
and to r.ie direct :. -
make the a:no-jnt .-f .
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city or Koek I I. in :i:v rvi-.
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A RARE SUBSCRIPTION BOOK
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a l"-tt-r si-'.Ii:..'
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with fuil'and accurate
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ritory is s-.i'.l e'ear. A ptu '-y ' t:i
traits of our nt:ona'. her-.-i s :.- - '.
patriotism Is tot Uad. at-! ' '
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