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THE AUG US, SATUIIPAYVMAY 13, 1893.
Published Dally and Weekly at 1624 Second
Avenue, Rock Island, III.
J, V. POTTEK.
TBMg Daily MIc p-.;r montli
par annum; la advance f 1 .50 -
All communications ol a eritu-iu o: nruur. ii:t
tlT character, politca! or rvlliouo, :r n?i l.-e
real nsrao M'achot fnr iiuH.c.-uii.i!. So such
article v. ill he ; rlMKvi i.ver fic!r.i lis MWat'sri-'.
Ar.oyrnoMn comr.';nr.k-!i:i. i. rot not'eee.
Correpondi'nee solicited fro:. ry mwpf"';
i i H-ck ItOaii-1 conn v
SATrin.vv, May i:, LS'JS.
'I'hk faculty oi' tin- St:inr.l iuk
viTsitv onnsi.-ts of weiVss'nrs.
JoilNSTovi N, Pa., 1 1 ;. s (i.o inliaiii
tants inoi-t' tlirm ln f.no ii t!i!. Ii
Sri:iN(,Fli:i.i Kkhitki;: 1 1 1 i i i i 1 !i:is
irivi'li Clovolar.il his t wo lif.-1 assistant
por-tma-tor ohmht.-iN. Tho li:t o:,o
rcvol iooc! onu!h to l'o in.r.iliiMtoil
and oli--toil vu-o-iwf.iiloiil: an.l the
fioooiul is liko ii 11 1 1 him.
Acoiihium; lo tin' i;ov soiiatorial
:ilortioniuont of tin- slato the iK im
r:tts have it i!istikt. of v. hioh
oirht :irv in Cook county: the repub
licans 2.). of which four arc in Cook
county ; ami live districts, three in
Cook countv. arc iloiilitfui.
ClakksuN opened his address he
fore tin? repuhliean league at Louis
ville with the impressive wortls ,
meet here today in the name of the
republicanism of Abraham Lincoln,
U. S. Grant and James ii. Hlaino."
The good Clarkson seems to have
forgotten the existence of such a per
sonage as lienjamin Harrison.
Springfield Rkgistk.h: A Wash
ington telegram puhlished in the St.
Lonis Republic states that Congress
man Springer has quietly left that
city for the lake country of Wiscon
sin, and that his address until fur
ther notice will be Mackinac. Here
is another illustration of the old say
ing that one has to go away from
home to hear the news. Congress
man Springer is in Springfield quiet
ly recuperating his strength in this
famous summer and health resort.
Fkank II. Jones, the new first as
sistant postmaster general, is well
worthy the honors that have hecn he
stowed upon him by the administra
tion, lie is truly a representative of
the JJ llinois democracy, ranking
among the lirst and foremost. He
was one of the gallant Palmer lul. anil
had the honor to present (Jen. Palm
er's name in the house for senator at
the opening, of that .eventful cam
paign. He is one of the best known
and best liked democrats of the capi
tal city and his popularity extends
to all the corners of the state.
POSTEASTEK (JENEKAL HlSSEI.L has
announced to ihe postmasters
throughout the country and the pub
lic that a first-class postoflice has
been established and is now in opera
tion in the government building in
Jackson Park. Visitors to the expo
sition grounds may have their mail
addressed to that office and delivered
, regularly by carriers within the
grounds. The official designation is
World's Fair Station, Chicago, 111."
There will be a general delivery as
well as carrier service and postoflice
order and registered letter business
mav bo transacted.
SENATOR McrilEHSON, who is a
member of the senate finance com
mittee, has been watching the situa
tion very closely, and he says of it:
'I do not believe there is anything
in the money situation that will
necessitate the -calling of an extra
session of congress earlier than the
president intended, about September
15. The financial condition of the
country is all right if the people will
only let it alone. The secretary of
the treasury has the confidence of
the public, "which believes that he
will be able to meet any contingency
that mav arise."
CoNiiUF.ssMAN John DeWitt Wakn
Eit. of New York, isn't one of those
who think it will require six months
or more to get the new tariff bill
through congress. He said: "I see
no reason why a tariff bill should
not be put through in a month or
six weeks after the organization of
congress. The people put the de
mocracy in power with a definite
purpose, and that purpose should be
carried out. If you hired a contrac
tor to build a house within a speci
fied time, and he failed to keep his
agreement, would you not look
around to get somebody tdse to fin
ish it? Of course a reasonable time
should be allowed for debate on a
tariff measure, but all efforts at ob
struction should be, and I believe
will be, promptly squelched."
VTho hath seen the summer parlor of the king?
Lovely and lofty, shnt from view;
Walled with green and ceilinged with bine;
Round about it the singers sune:
Koss and lily their odors dung.
I myself that speak unto you
I have seen the summer parlor of the kins.
Who sat In the summer parlor of the Ung
uis custom of an afternoon;
When summer came, when earth was boon;
When round about his sinners sung,
Iloso and lily their odors Hung;
When summer came, when nil was June?
The king! in the summer parlor of the king!
Lo! this was tiie summer parlor of the king.
JIado fit for in in and fashioned fair.
Open only to dclicato air.
Koyal sonprs for the world to sing
Seemed writ round the walls in jeweling.
For I myself have seen them there
Have sat in his tuinmer parlor with Die king.
General Grant's O-ilcli I'crception.
Ono afternoon during the -siege of Vicks
bnrg Gciieial Grant came savmtcriny on
foot toward tho naval battery on Lo
p; m's front.
Tho plaeo was known as the "then
basket," from the number of lO-i:ieh mor
tar f-lielhj ui-oppc.l into tho earth, v.-Lich
exploded and raided c louds of dust that
ohacared everything il! the vicinity for
In thi.s instance n iV v of us had watch
ed tho flight of a shell, but tho general
saw the bomb only the moment before it
Ft ruck, ninl its windage threw him lo
tho yronnd. lie was unhurt, and con-s-'cior.s
that iuno was precious before the
explosion ho had rolled himself ewul
cii iitly away to escape tho shock, but not
the earthy shower from tho tlmt of
which he presently emerged, intently
coufiiderins an unlit ciar.
'Logan," he said cheerily to that gen
eral, who in tho full bloom of a clean
white shirt hastened to him, "how can
you keep so clean in such a dusty place?"
This escape was followed by another a
few afternoons later, when a shell landed
by the front polo of tho awning before
Logan's tent, and eight generals, Grant
among them, rolled hastilj' out of the
shelter to meet uninjnred when tho dust
cleared away from the recent place of
conference. T. R. Davis in Cosmopoli
tan. A Pronounced Case.
The rexiorter who may some day be
come a great American humorist was
sick, and a friend was waiting on him. A
bottlo and a pill box were on the table.
'Where's the quinine?" inquired the
young man, nosing around.
"In that bottle." designating the one
on the table.
"What's in tho box?" asked the friend,
picking up both and reading the labels.
"Keeneen," was the reply.
"What's the difference?" was the some
what astonished query.
The sick man laughed.
"Well.., that in the bottle 1 got at
wholesale r.nd paid 23 cents for 200
grains, and that in tho box I bought at
retail and paid 23 cents for 25 grains.
Do you catch on?"
The friend gave a little whistle.
"I presume, ho said, "cyether will
do," and gave the patient one of each.
Detroit Free Press.
Tiger Skins Not Popular In One Family.
J.Irs. Richard Croker of New York
city tells some funny stories of her ex
periences with people who have heard of
Tammany tigers. Ono day a country
man came to tho Crokers Richfield
Springs homo to do some odd jobs. Mrs.
Croker noticed him peering around tho
floors, and about the time she began to
grow suspicious of tho man ho asked:
"Where are the tigers?"
"Tigers! What tigers?"
"Why, the folks around here say you
kext tigers all on the floor."
Mrs. Croker had to smile, but earnestly
told liim tho tigers were out at pasture.
Tho man looked relieved. The fact of it
is tiger skin rugs are not popular in the
Croker mansions. Washington Post
A Novelist Tarns,
D. Christie Murray, the English novel
ist, turns on his critics in a brief note to
a London paper to demonstrate that
truth is stranger than fiction. Of a re
viewer's charge that an episode in one
of his novels was "wholly incredible,"
Mr. Murray says: "I got that story on
the spot and had full proof of its accu
racy. In fact, I built the novel on that
genuine bit of history which your re
viewer thinks incredible."
It is over two years nce 17 Egyptian
mummies in tho old museum of Berlin
proved to be the bodies of fellows who a
short time ago took their lieer in tho sa
loons of the capital of the empire of
William H. It is now believed that there
is not a museum in the world that has
not been imposed upon by frauds of this
kind. St. Louis Republic.
Plenty of Orphans.
"What a mendacious duffer you are,
Phi Tibs!" said Dibbs. -'You said this was
an orphan asylum, instead of which it is
an old men s home.'
"Well, you go in and look for an old
man who isn't an orphan. You won't
find him." Exchange.
An eighteenth century tombstone in
the old Catholic burying ground at Con
cord, Mass., bears the following inscrip
tion: "This stone is erected by its dura
bility to jierpetuate the memory and by
its color to signify the moral character
of Miss Abogain Dudley."
Walter Scott when at school fingered
a tmtton on his jacket while reciting.'
A cruel schoolmate cut it off, and he
could do nothing until it was replaced.
Macer, a Roman official of Cicero's
time, hanged himself when informed
that the great orator intended to appear
against him in his trial for peculation.
Alexander the Great had a twist in
his neck. It therefore became fashiona-,
ble for every one in that monarch's court
to carry the neck in the same way.
Infancy is the germ period of man's
existence; it is the springtime of tho.
year, the time of seed sowing. Young, .!
i - - .
lie Was II Ik Own Grandfather.
Of all genealogical curiosities tho one
set forth below i3 probably the oddest
a singular piece of reasoning to prove
that a man may bo his own grandfather!
Here it is: There was a widow (Anne)
and her daughter (Jano) and a man
(George) and his son (Henry). This wid
ow married the son, and the daughter
married the father. The widow was
therefore mother (in law) to her hus
band's father and grandmother to her
own husband By thi3 husband she had
a spn (David), to whom she was of courso
great-grandmother. Now, the son of a
great-grandmother must bo grandfather
or grandnnclo to thojierson to whom
his mother was or is great-grandmother,
but in this instance Anno was great
granumother to him (David), therefore
David could not bo other than his own
grandfather. St. Lonis Republic.
.-...ivctl ly i Oairii Hair Cut.
A yonn.'T woman was saved in an al
most miraculous' manner tho other
day from r.imtst certain death. She
was walking through a mill at Lewis
ton, Mo., when her hair fell down in
front of a pk-vo of heavy machinery nnd
the ch of the hnircnught in some slow
ly rovvlvin.T cowhecK Tho woman
eciv-.iv.ied, bn did not hr.ve tlt3 pv.rr.co
of miud to l;re:i'j away v.t ov.co lvt'ore
mor. (--tram's of hair v.-re caivrht r.-.x.
dra.-vd ;:u J-'-'i tocd tlu ro i.lm-.:-t iv.o-
i tionless foroasmii::. wmio her iu-.i.t was
drawn ne;vivr and i:e.nvr to tho fatal
whecLi. I're.-vr.tly her cri---3 attracted
the f.tt.-Tilion of a man, wh.i rushed to
her assistance and severed her hair with
a knif.? jr.st us her head was approach
ing the wheels. Exchange.
Practical Doll Show.
The Homoeopathic hospital in Blooms
bury, London, will have a very singular
exhibit at the great .show in Chicago. It
is a collection of dolls to illustrate nurs
ing and the advantages of various sur
gical appliances. Ono doll wears the
uniform of a nurse and looks very natty
in a dark blao dress and a white apron,
cuffs and collar. A collecticn of little
doll invalids is exhibited in tiny beds.
They are euflering from broken thighs
and other injuries and are fitted with
splints and placed in such attitudes as
the living patient would bo made to as
sume. It is a novel idea, but a very prac
tical and useful one, and the collection
will no doubt attract the attention of
the medical fraternitv. Boston Journal.
Moody's World's I-'air Revival Meetings.
The arrangements for a series of evan
gelical meetings to be conducted by
Dwight L. Moody in Chicago during the
fair have been completed. The evangel
ist has surrounded himself with a staff
of able Christian workers from every
part of this country and Europe, and
preparations liave been made to hold
meetings each night in every part of the
city, beginning May 1.
Homing Pigeons at the Inauguration.
An interesting incident of the inaugu
ration parade which occurred directly in
front of the grand stand was the setting
free of a basket of homing pigeons. The
birds as soon as liberated circled round
and round in the air in front of the. pres
ident and then taking their bearings flew
off to the southwest.
United Itretliren Conference.
Dayton-, O., May li The twenty-first
qnadrennial conference of the Vnited
Brethren church has convened in the Y. M.
C. A. building in this city. Bishop Weaver
presiding. Besides the bishop there are
IS" delegates, including 'ministers and lay
men. The conference will remain iu ses
sion for fourteen days, and will be largest
and most importaut gathering of the kind
ever held by this church.
Xotbn from ttie' i:nc Course.
Louisville, May li. Following are the
winners at . Churchill Downs: Kuma
Mc, mile, 1:17; Dart, M mile, 0:51'; La
Belle, mile, 1:04; Ducat, 1 mile, 1:45;
Clifford, 1 mile, l:43?i
There is more catarrh in this sec
tion of the country than all other
diseases put together, and until the
last few years was supposed to be in
curable. For a groat many years
doctors pronounced it a local disease,
and prescribed local remedies, and
by constantly failing to cure with lo
cal treatment, pronounced it incura
ble. Science has proven catarrh to
be a constit utional disease, and there
fore requires constitutional treat
ment. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manu
factured by F. J. Cheney & Co., Tole
do. Ohio, is the only constitutional
cure on the market. It is taken in
ternally in doses from 10 drops to a
teaspoonful. It acts directly on the
blood and mucous surfaces of the
system. They offer $100 for any
case it fails to cure. Send for circu
lar and testimonials. Address
F. J. Ciiexky & Co., Toledo, O.
JtSSold by all Druggists, 75c.
V0LVXZS COULD BE WJilTTEX,
filled with the testi
mony of women who
have been made well
and strong by Dr.
It's a medicine
that's made especially
to build up women's
strength and to cure
women s ailments
an invigorating, re
storative tonic, soottimg coruiai, ana
Tbracinsr nervine: purely vegetable, non
alcoholic, aud perfectly harmless. For
n.11 the junctional derangements, raiu
ful disorders, and chronic weaknesses
thnt alliict womankind, the "Favorite
Prescription" i.J the only guaranteed
It must have been the medicine for
most women, or it couldn't be sold on
any suc h terms.
Jrn't it Kki-ly to be the medicine for
von T ;y druggists everywuere.
-House Raising and Moving-
Kaising brick buildings especially
Address E-A. ROUNDS.
Ifl5 Seventh Avenue, Box 181
e cr thc Larirrcr Co'srsacTsn- n-f
CFIO IS IVrESA3r,A.
mm DISEASE so
G.t.vso I.-:i.a:.d, Keh., r.h,
Z?-. IrZil -s ZTccical Co., ZTiAir-rfj .T
A-'"il.Ty.: : I h?.l been tr-inV.ci'. v:t
r:"E sr. fou th c l.itbt go ycbf-j, :"! " :
l!-'nl'.-a ty liMe iny'rlL::..- i ivt l:s. !
rcmcuic.'. 1 t-ro-.v steadily worse until I v.-,-.c
-ITCLY PF07TPATED END CONFINED 1 C. r
IVITHOUT A7CY HCPL OF RECOVERY. "
n:u 1,-ieatcu caucruty met a? arcuiau.:t 1. .
i-k l'. c-OPSClousnesss again. Whi!o in th: ::. . -u.im
1 trit-J your new HtT Cope. V.1..1 1
t improve from tlic lirst. mid now 1 am ul lo '.;..
p. 'iav's wttrk ft.ra man ti yearsi'f I f.i-".-
Dr. fvnLES' New Mcart Pure "11.1:1.'
-n..iit ti-.r mv rccovorv-. Ii iacvvrmx isioiiiiisj-.th-o
1 L ive liiken anv. allhouch I kecii a liollli.' in
jnii.sp 1:1 ca-:e 1 ilmul'l nt.-ul it. 1 huvu 11! -n 11. -il
ypur Nerve and Liver Pills, "J
t,rcut Ucul ol lac-m. j. Ave::.
Solil on a, l'ositivo Guarantee.
Dr. MILES' FILLS. GO Doses 23 Cr-s.
KING OUT TIIE GOOD
A. Re?."Vfry thn Pbyeicians of
tbr b'cott iJeoical Iiistiiute
F-e' Proud of.
Mr. ,). S. McArthur says: "I
have been employed by the Iowa
Union Telephone Co., and am well
known in the city. I have had
Catarrh for 10 years. My symptoms
were headache, pain across the eyes,
bad ooujrh. stringy mucous in my
throat, and nose tilled up all the
time. Deafness troubled mo. The
past three years I have had a num
ber of hemorrhages from the lnng-s,
courhinj up larjc quantities of
blood, and had severe pain in my
chest and stomach. I lost llesh and
rot verv weak.
Mis. J. S. MrAiiTiiiK,
Main St., Davenport, la.
"I am now well
I can hear as well as ever, and have
no courh, no blecdin'at lungs, no
pain in chest, and am as fleshy as I
ever was. The physicians at the
Seott Medical Institute cured me.
I cannot praise them too much."
The Fee of $5 Charged by the Scott
Medical Institute pays for Fersonal
For One Month. S.
221 Brady street, Davenport, la.
Ovek American Exthess Co.
SPECIALTIES: Catarrh, Eve,
Ear, Xose, Throat, Lungs, Nervous
Diseases, Skin Diseases, Chronic Dis
eases. OFFICE HOURS: 9 to 11 a. m., 2
to 4 p. ni.. 7 to 8 p. m.
On Sundays the office will be open
from 9 a. m. to 4 p. ni.
A tew and Complete Treatment, consisting of
Snppoeitoriea. Ointment in CaprnlP, also in Box
and Fills; A Positive Core (or ilxlernal. Blind or
Bleeding Itching, Chronic, Kecent or Hereditary
Files, Female wukkisbm and many other dis
eases : it is always a great benefit to the ecneral
health. The first discovery of a medical cure ren
dering an operation witn tne Knne nnneceseary
hereafter. This Kemedy haa never been known
to fail. 1 per box, 6 for (5; seat by mail. Why
snffer from thia terriable disease when a written
guarantee is positivly (riven with 6 bottles, to re
fund the money if not cared. 6end stamp for
f m cample, tinarante laeaad by onx agenl.
JAPANESE LIVER. PELLETS
Acts like magic on the Stomach, Liver and Baw
ea; dispels Dyspepsia, Biliousness, Fever, Colds,
Nervous Disorders.tileeplessnees, Loss of Appetite,
restores the compleclion; perfect digestion foi
lows their use. Positive core tor Sick H has achb
and Constipation, bmall, mild, eaty to take. Large
Vtals of 50 Mils ascents.
ELARTZ & ULLMKYKR Sole Agents Bock lei
t . fZ?A S - 1 JJU
:y ir ,n kvJ
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Heprepents. araoci; oilier time-tried and veel
kcovrti Fl.-clD3nrar.ee Companies be following:
Koyal IninracceComnany, of Bneiani.
Wescheeter Fire Ins. Comjitiny of N. Y.
Buffalo German Ins. Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
Rochester German Ins. Co., Rochester. N . V
CitiieriB Ins. Co., of Pittsburgh. Pa.
Snn Fire Office, London.
Union Ins. Co., of California.
Security Ins. Co.. New Haven, Conn.
Milwaukee Mechanics Ins. Oo., Milwaukee, Wle
vrerman Fire las. Co.,of Peoria, 111,
Office Cor. 18th St., and Second Ave
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
"THE OLD RELIABLE."
HAYES & CLEAVELAND
Representing over 40 Million Dol'srs
of Cash assets
Fire, Life. Tornado.
Bonds of Suretyship.
OFFICE Room 21, Mitchell; Lynde's block
Hook Island, Ills.
("Secure our rates; they will mterett you.
J. M. BUFORD,
General . .
Tbe old Fire and Time-tried Companies
Losses Promptly Paid.
Bates as low as any reliable company ran afford.
Your Patronage is solicited.
LABOR, TIME, MONEY
Ose it yotir pwn way.
It is trie beet Soap made
For V ashing Machine use.
WARNOGK & RALSTON.
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Kor's Is!.-r..l -iu!iy. .
a:-.:'i C'--irt. in r;:v
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at which uuie a!! in-r- if.
?aid eiate nrc rr-f : u. ;
for the 'Tirroe of imvi:.-.-
teron indelited to ai.: ...i
make immedifiie juv:i-.-i t ?
Dated tlii" l !!ii il-i'v i f ;
WYt. E. l I.I N t.
Py virtue of a Fnrei:'.! ex-n:-:.
f,4, iP'iied out of t lie clerk - ..
court of Koek Inlaml cu
and to me directetl, -l-er iv I
make the amount of a cerrti:
:itii . -
obtained nyain-t Aiimt 'hn,
HmliIlli t-i -hwecke. out of t'n
pmls and chattei;. of the tvl
ust hi hmiilt. I have levied t.p. -:
property, to-wit ;
Lots one ( 1 1 and throe cii in !i .-. ;
South I'ark eilii tion t ii,,. , ;.v .
and l)t four HI in J. M. li-:roV'.--.-.
ion of out lots eleven (11 :m.i luol ...
tion thirty-live (:'r.( towns! i j t l-' to.
rarjire two -i west tf thefonttn !
city of Keek Island, ail in the l :
Island and Mute of 1 1 . i i.oi -.
Therefore, accordtni: tosii.l corim:!'
pose forsalc at public auction a'l ti,,
and interest of the aio-,e t:fi-;
S-chmiiit. in and to the above lUrr
on the 13th day of S'nv, a; J '
at the north door of the co-irt i
city of Kork Island, in th-- cuiniv of
and state of Illinois, for casta in" !..?.
saii execution ami fve ImII.
Dated at Kork Island tliN 2!-r :; v
Sheriff of Ktrk l-I u, i ( .
I) M IN I ST RA TDK'S -AI.K
OK KKAI. 1T I t .
By virtue of an order ami d- r-o, . r
court, of Hoik Island eom t y. s- r.-.-made
on I he retition rf the "t: i; : r- .
, Johnstcti. r.dniinistta:...- of tt,.
Thomas H. o Dot.no!!. ih-co i-. l. f..r
real estare of sail docoa-i i!. a- t!;-- t
D., 1S'.'3, of saiil court. ti-w,t, on ;!i
May, A. P., lx
I hhall on tLe Pd ::iv of .!--n-.
between the lioirs of loo'cleefc in
and 5 o't lock in Hie afti-rtit on 1 i
public sale, at tbt- north d t of ih-- -in
the city of Kick Island, iu s:i:!
real estate described a- fo.lnw t
That certain trart or pirc 1 of !aml
thc north west uarler i1,! of sci
tweLty ei(rtt CJx). tuwnsli:i ii:;m
(IP). liTth ranee three Cit. t:i-t i f t '.
principal meridian descri!u-d t.- fo!
nine- J-Ji.S feet east of the rorn--r
21, and L".', iu iho lowuslii f -:o
FOuth l'.IS feet, thence north -a o.
HiS feet, thence north -i'.i' d irrei s. w i
to the section 1 ne; IhenieweK in f
line SHVi ftet to tho p'me of tici:it:t:'t.
Situated In the townsliip of a
county of Rock ls!and. state of i: n.
following terms, to-w.l: c ash on
Dated this 4th day of Mav, A. I . 1
j. l: .loll
Administrator of the Estate of 7 l.on.a
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Washes Everything from a lice
silk handkerchief to a circus
tent; Lac- cur! ait: p a t.) :a!'V
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DR. SAHDEM'S ELECTRIC BELT
Electro Magnetic SUSPENb"-
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