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THE A11GUS. FRIDAY, AUGUST 11, 1893.
Pabushed eily and Weekly at Second
Avenue. Rock Island, ill. -.
J. W. POTTft.; :
n j a :l
tlTe.ehaicaet poJlt ot, reUn, mu$i()taye
real name, attachedof jwblcUon.,ltKo tik'
article tfill bepcfvtad CjTej, fictitious signatures.
Anqymoas eommanlcatipninql noticed., (' :)' ( -
Correspondence aolicited from every- iawnii
n Kxk island oeaaty-.
i '! Iriday.o Ar. 11,. 1593.' -"
ALWAV&uin season i, an. .advertiser
ment.in .The. Daily.-Akoi:s.,,.,; ;
iTis ebtimateil that- upwards ol
S.dOCKOOO men are out of Employ merit
that were at work a yrar ao. ' -'
The Austrian tiavfrnment has is.
sued an edict ptoMbitlny the circu
lation' in Austria, of the Illinois
Staats Zeitunjr. - - - - " '.
A SCMBRK of Chorokeo Indian piris'
supplied the'sininj; at a; church ser
vice, in N6w York on Sundav eveh-
Chi Sept. 17, the 100th 'annWersary
of the laying: of the corner stone .of
the national capitol wlj,, he-.,cr)f
Nobodt In- this country eeo' to
be a ft jealous bvor the tall of Bra
zil .lor , l.Opo.'OGo;.., immigrant . We1
always. were a generous people.
Tat 'FriifcK, 'fleputW tm; make ' a
distinction between fighting, a duel
and declining to tight ono, thouph it
amounts to the same thlngf in the
end. ' ' ;' '"" -
As 837 persons, mostly old women,
were injurod by bict'Cle collisions in
London last' '-"year, the city govern
ment is 'considering ' a law to" have
the bicycle riders duly numbered and
licensed like hackmen. . o
SEVESTf deaths ' from,; chbleya. fa'
one day at.Mecea. . This is not pleas
ant' to, con template, but there is no
reason for '.becoming, excited. - TheJ
Atlantic ocean and Dr.' Jenkins stand
between us and danger.-;.- . r. : t-
If is pleasfng to have an official
denial from, the infanta that she. was,
mistreated in Chicago by her host.
Now w would 'like to have w tenia
from' her' h'osts 'that they. were con-:
tumelious,ly.-n3ed.by their gues. ,j
" ' ' 1 -- " - r v.
ArooRinxG to'- the reports -nearly
all banks'; which '.'fail. are' the" "oldest'
and; strongest' 'Jn..1lhei;;,jloali'ty,7(
xdm stAtomen-t ;i coming; ..to be oa
boon bom panidn to that-otheJr chest"
nut about dejfesUors )6anig',paid" ,fn
fulU sf. v' v o.i. it . f 4. is V". "(.
t : .!: iii ' ' i u . if.. . t
and aeciises him-of "refusing tefhtifp
the country out of the sflver'TOtirrdte
in Marc,h and, Ap.rilf.. .The "gilyer
muddle'"'; was i.two years ' old ' when
1'resident C'levehiml'-was Pvorn into-
office. jit is a wse republicm ediljrf
wlii know his ow lie.. .. '"
Edwin Booth was. a 'jbUnfrr. ejtr:
ampTe oli ...the , man--,wnq., :nt)nded,
nobody's business but his own.' i Yet
the world complained that he didn't
let more-" pteopltf' into his private
concerns .and I thqfe wrc folks," too,
who, were, sadly ' grieved, if .not .ex
asperate," because 3ie didn't .' (five
them 'a 'Chatlco to" mind his business'
for him, x Mind your business! ;'?';
is faraway feervia 1 m ' politician,
whose , campaign' Bpeeches ' seemed
likely to disintegrate, ,'tjio pull of the
opposition, was lured finto" a byway
and killed. In America . he would
have escaped with his life, and Jater,
viewing his reputation, would have
regretted the fact. ' The Servian way
cannot be recommended, but it is rel
atively less brutal than it" seems
when hastily viewed.
An Oakland man engaged as party
of tha second part in a family broil
shot himself by way of creating sym
pathy. It is doubtful if he obtained
the desired boon. People are decry
ing the judgment he 6howcd in put
ting a bullet in his leg while his hostel
gave unmistakable evidence of need
ing something substantial in it, and
ordinury discernments will detect
little sympathy in such comment.
The fact that prince and ' prthccs9
are but human has come to be ac
knowledged. Aside from the greater
probability of being tainted,, the
blood that courses through the veins
of royalty is believed to be much like
other blood of other people. Yet
there is just a suspicion-ot pain
caused by the announcement that the
Infanta, scorning angel food and pie,
has been filling up on sausage and
beer. ' ' ' -
Daily American; The liUTe' pach
of silver hue which has given Uncle
bam tne cramps was budded and
blossomed on a republican''' tree, land
matured under -a; republfcan sun.
Under these" miasmatic -rhcfrmstan-
ces, it grewand-grew mFfrew, and
now tne country j is neejiui. to a
tale, ojLjKQfi.ifoflfciihc .ynry mon who
ocratifr- conp-resswnl no
foubtrpntWe fchinTO-Trictrrer 'be
fore it giwft1": atl"-,
(JN-rONt -t &WVFtV V
IWi-Dalljr. .Sqc rier.mjfnaj Weektt .0U
kanon; 1. advanfie 1:,' J " f ' ;wt
AD communications o a) critical or anremeii'ti-
The Philadelphia Pre $ 2 speaks of
for the exist'ios5..iiiiancial disaster,:'
watered 'lie,, Jtrefi-and., nurtured
Sherman nightmare with their
rtC4r fi.j'f . -.ttit 'i vl
. How mock a tittle phrase may meaa
To one wt rHTOlone V
Walts with i beating heart and sad .
For the fa come, all unknown,
Of some Dl in that's lust besun.
And who km ws not what may happen
I once had li erary hopes
As others oft have had
J. aroicajrl! tr Ci manunrrlpt-i
y lUlnk in 't iiiskvs iijc sad:
Mr hopes we re dashed one dismal day:
wt manusi rtpt was spumed. r "
: Of U the.words a'er penned by man '- - .
3 he aaddet t axe "herewitii returned:" ,.
There's a rtaiaiprestig in hold
ing a goverrment -appointment, no
doublV" bufa'trfcirleld engfneer em
plpved on the Mississfppi levees, wal
lopinV't'ahWt 'alt rday. in' mud and
tjhat he has'd 'awn one ot " the'' prizes'
oi nio.(i -jstiu mere is a charm in av
ingj' n. ihfa'rdp.; .land;', that gives
some com gem atiqnfo. those, who can
appreciate. th surroundings. I have
been.takiag-a'vacatfon and am - staj'
injg?wfth a frtond in RajTides -parish,
in Louisiana, u'bout seventyfire'miles
wesrt' of the 'Missfssippl river'. Irk
this locality t ie effect of th6'"waf .' is'
as' e,v'ident ucni as it was .twenty-fiye
year -ago. , , There , is ..npthing '.to
bring; capital here,' and. -without it
sugar cultivation is impossible. t-:;
Hfty years.' since this -parish 'was
rich aha the'j lant'ers lived fri elegari
luxury. 1 J?o the majoi-r,ty: oC .Jth.em
hava,ulterly)disapp9ared. The girla
went, 4n convents, the , yEg;.,men,
wandered awny : and .thei old people
died brolfon-htartod, leaving ajoothep
record ithxn of genrou 'hospitality,'
their 'duels an 1 family tragedies', and
9orrie of thesd were appaTling.1; A few!
days".'ago 'I1 yassed; the 'ruin's 'Of a'
hoijsg ionco ihe hpme.of. a race .oT.gal;
lan't ' gentlemen' whose adverse late
would- make-material for a dozen -ro-tnaaooa
.. r: -. i r r f-i
" A building In decay" lodks r more'
ruinous and forlorn here than'7 id the
North, for . it' contrasts so strongly,;
with the prodigal freshness and fer
tility, of paturo. -The mansion , has
fairly rotted a say. The doors and
windows are pane, the wide porches
and Toofs have fallen in, but its walls
and roofs 'are jpheld by the clinging
ivy' and snppoi festoons of trumpet
flowers' an g'lrw.Witb the rich colors
6? the. Cherokee robe. Behind lies a
sullen, dark bayou," and what wa
once a park is now a wilderness.
This was oice the home of the
pentQns. , The j. were originally from
Tennessee and , camp hero shortly
after the cessu n of Louisiana to the
United States' rin IA03. Most of their
neighbors Were'rendh ' or Spanish
Creoles,' extremely' hostile to new
comers, but' the Denons were a fight
ing family and backed by friends in
Catahoula, the next' parish, they kept
up the feud 'far forty years. Some
times the com'tataritShtafit in. bands of
fifty or more rtdfwi?:ht-it put with
knife and - pistol. Sevel'ibf the
Creole Tamilis were .-tlujipleteiy
wiped ouff,vei-y male memher being
In 1851 tMaiAr- Koyal DeiRtn wis the
principal latVt jr in! itbe' parish. He
was very wealthy- iaaftil and negroes
and had WitM peace (wft his neigh-
He had eight sons and one daugh
ter. . The- two older boy were pny
sicians and. hudeen educated in
Europe. . ,Tho otjher? had., the .usual
training of ,: thj ir . class, ha ,'oeen to
x?4 v. av.;.i 'v..: '' j'
dear .to.JUajor , Jlefttun aa his 4aughte
Ellen. Mie was the. mott .beautiful
andu accompliahod, girl - in ;. Kapides
parish and- tha- most loved, and .-.there
was not in Northern Louisiana a
young 'gentleman of 'her clasB w'ho
way -not hOnorei and 'delighted 'by a
recognitibn 'fnwil the :i lovely and
stately Miss-Denton-i , i r ,. .-
Two miles wet of the major's plan
tation lived a familV; named CourceL
They were from Kentucky and had
always been firm allies of the Den
tohs and were et this time connected
with' them by marriage, Mrs. Denton
being a sister Of Kandal, the head of
the Coureels.- ' He had three sons,
the eldest a wealthy gentleman and
an Episcopal 1 1 linister,-' but his two
brothers,1 Irampton- and Tom, were
much better 'knWn than respected in
l!apide and - adjoining parishes.
Frampton, especially was a danger
ous man, a fair type of the desperado
of his time,' ancl moreover, a gambler
Although tok rant of his nephews'
vices, after the manner of his class.
Major Denton did not like to see
Framp Courcel about his place and
r, iiguLtu buuKeaf anu maiaria.
all for fl )J per month and poor
. has 1 .tile reason" t'6 " heliei'
Dors, wnom sue '.was always ready to
help and.iwh&i mh'ch' liked. and, ve
spected. Jlji;.; i.;L;j f
a.ui,. utut,-, """ regarded as being the sun's atmos
he learned some thing that :nade him ,,. T. . . , .. . . .
Frampton wits a very hanflaome
man and concei .-ing a strong passion
for his beautiful cousin, Ellen Den
ton, had no doubt of the success of
his suit, and hal spoken freely of it
in hln run. This ram tA tViA mra
l - I
a famtln nr. A ,nn ,T!tr. 4nt.1A I
' " """'j viuuuid.
miss ueuwu unu beverai vi uer
brothers were visiting a jieighboring '
planter, ana v niie -sitting on tne
v.tai,fl SiK - iKa nai(v r nr, iaj i rnri HOrl t
Denton 'was' tlie : youngest of the
brothers, and ha arose and ' spoke 1 to
the intruder-aba tut his remarks con-
cerning Miss' I enton. " "t ramiJ was
half drunk, ami, without teply,' drew j
hlskiilfe and'gavo hl's'dusin u; -fatal
tnrust,, an wien mde Jor, his horSc, j
which,, Was.; hehj 0by anfigr.p,',:,, ,
witn rage ne gave 1,1119 ptanjaj Slaalfc
ana to save tns life tn black, a
powerfnTWltew? -thTrew 'is arms
nrotind'the SBsissln, and' thhvgave
bis6 jrfflrsners" a; chanc ::' They igave 1
the Fuffian,bb':qjiarW, 'add ' hi11 a 'few '
Public sympathy wai with the
Dentons, but Tom Courcel, Framp's
UMiBgeiL -brotbar Ut it be knoant
that he would avenge his brother s
daat-h unnnnr nr -jatpiir Hajwaa known;
to be a treberousvfyi4.man, and his
cousins et&rVed-tov lurit mrs ut of
, theypariph. when -ho fludden4ydisapr
peared. much to the satisfaction of
theiarplly, ' v J ' V ir I
About a year afterwards the Den-"
tons were assembled pa the porch of
their. dwellings-enjoying - the lovely,
twilight that is one" of the charms
of this climateV- :El1en Denton was
talking gaily to a visitor and in ex-
cel)lem!t-j-;epii,itsv jher srothet-- andj
parents present ruaueniy ine cracK
of a (run was heard. For an instant
everv onfe'werncfere'd ancFthc'h to-'trVe'l
hori6fi,,of the pa.-tv-:-f'd6f'' F'lle-rf'' 7iH
fora'd -orfher face,'' a stream" t
bldod rtkirlif'g' the' bbafds. " A'-ifle
hall had? passed thrdftSh her- TieWd',
killing her at once. InStarft fmrsUlt
wais: made for the assassin,, and (in , a
feWf.da,v9.;it . w'as known i beyond, a
doubt that Tom Cource had; firod.sthc-t
COWrdJy ShOU .-- . .;, ;;,));,
The effect: on th: family , was terri-,
ble-f Fight , months . after Oboth ; the;
major od. his wife, were dead, jthe-.:
eldest i6on ,:Koj al had .-disappeared, J
but it was known that he had madeA.
Vow; to. find the murderer . or never reri
turok. This: was in -132,; and it ,wa
not until 1957. that he returned to his
sad hoi-ae, ,so altre4 .and. worn that
his relatives did not at first recognize
bim-y.He told , his- brothers briefly
that his: vengeance hal beeq acoomp-
lishedi and bade them , speak of it no,
m01'ec..;i ,. ,., t: t ... -. ..;
1 Tw9i Jfars,after thisSthe; Indian
police were in pursuit of a band of
horse and, cattle thieve in. Indian
territory near ... Fort, ,. Arhuckle.i
Towards, night they came to a-dense
t.hioket.of pawpaw and .oak trees,
and seeing a horo track follqwtjd.it
and at length came to a, cabin on the
bank of , a, small, preek.. From. Xiie 1
aescripuon it was. recognized as ope
of: ithej rendezvous, of f. the outlaw
known as. the Starr gang, then s.
now,: a terror o the people of the
territory." " ' v -v.-.
Cautiously approaching "the place'
they found it emptyv and from the
looks it had held no tenant for along
time, but by the .fading, light .they.,
fouud. evidences ol the , former occu
pants.: the bones of at least three
human : beings, and further search
told- the terrible story. " -j '
An " old-fashioned copy-book was
sticking in a crevice of the logs, and
herein was written the secret, sighed
Dr. Eoy'al Denton, Rapid e " parish,
Louisiana. . ,. ;. ',
For four years he had without rest
pursued his sister's murderer- into
Texas and Mexico, and the villain
knew that his enemy was on . his
tracksY and finally ' made for Indian'
Territory, hoping for protection frcrtri
the outlaws that infested that region.''
Denton followed, and when. Courpel
joined the Starr gang the doctor con
nected himself wtth the Indian police i
under an assumed' name; For six
months he watched' almost without
sleep, and at last" discovered the'
cabin in the Pawpaws, :andr concealed
in the bush, saw a tnan -come to the
door hi ; the 'early mornindv Denton,
kriew him at once. He went towandrv.
'theticr-cek. :The ; doctor rot' to .the ;
caban; and : as -Courcel .- came back;
arid turned the corner i he met Ms-i
enemy, and the next instant was. pn-j
hte'back, powerlessi ? ' And now comes"
ther horrCr of the narrative. Kound'1
hand and foot,, the villain wast taTcen"'
inside." and'f or, thirty-eight d'as th
doctoc ",' watched ,. him!, No '' fopd'oit
dr.ink was :.giyei, him, and under the,'
torture-.be. went (mad and died. ?Tjv;qi"
of; hia associates came, to the place at:
dijfTeront; times ' and ware short downi;
by Denton and their bones left with" .
CtWcel's!'' " J'""" '" -J-
The narrative was driven to a dbc-
tor at Fort Arbrwftl by 'thfe' Uhited
States -marshal at Fort Smith, and It
is; still in existence' somewhere -in
Texas. ''' " :. ''.' -:i t-i h.-j i
Wheri the war begnn all the "Den-"
tons entered the Confederate pervice)'1
and inside or two years were dead.
None of the family survive and. the'
desolate ruin aione perpetuates their
name.-i Philadelphia Times. - -
The Zndlucnl IJbt. '
Ihe name of "zodiacal light" has
been given to a singular appearance
frequently witnessed soon after sun
set or just before sunrise. It may be
seen at all seasons of the year in low
latitudes, and is obviously due to
illuminated matter surrounding the
sun in a very flat or lenticular form,
nearly coinciding with the plane of
the ecliptic, or, rather, with the sun's
equator. The attention of astrono
mers was first directed to it in the
year 1G83 by Cassini. and was long
is incorrect, it beiner eenerallv be
lieved at the present time to consist
of an immense assemblage of rocks,
sand, cosmical dust, fragments of
metal, etc., such as the earth is con
tinually encountering in the form of
rolites or meteorites. ;It may not
ms uui ui piauu iu
be out of place to mention in this
canneetion that tne rmcs
ar0 believed t
are believed to be composed of sim-
. An Indian Fish Trap, , "
In India a huge funnel of wicker-
work is planted in a stream below a
waterfall :nd every, finny creature,
coming'- down 'drops ' into'lt, : thw
water straininp: out and leavln? the:
nappy preyi...i, the. ..receptacle, all
ready to be gathered .in,-. r'.r,...U. .,:,
i 1 -.,
- 1 - .1 "! l.'I.J i.t it; liin
0 A tibl Joatance,.,., , . j .
Professor in fiatmral Hiatory to Hi
tuplt A.aB- you oite --tact: an examphs
of t!thev' blghe'i,,-6rde'fof : animal sy
showing thea We'ricti of With? M ' ! !"
"Yes, firufiA-st. there m WJ.tfrand-awebr-r5rri.-
v i ..aa- r
minutes "his body was
that of his cousini
SB. L. L.jCAKB.
Stricken Down with Heart Disease.
Dr. UiUi XcdicdlCpn KlJth
GErrrLErtN I fWl H v nt. we?l A &
ploasure, to publish, unsolicited, to the world the
benefit received from pn. milcs- RcfToanTtvc
ICMCDita. I was stricken down wuh Jleart
JMseate and its complications, a rapid pulse varv
ng from 90 to 140 beats per minute, a choking or
burniug sensation in the wind pipe, op, region
T H O US A N DS nTi
ion of the heart and below lower rib, pain In the
arms, shortness of breath, sloepleasnes, wetkacbs
and general 'debility. The arteries, in ravncek
would throb violinUy, the throbbfng ot ifiy Ueart
could be heard across a large room and would
shake my whole body. I was so ncrrous that I
could not hold my band steady. '1 har beets
Mdrr I he It-isnj! of siattavjiafr pAviqtk4
and have taUrn gmUon of mm Medirttih
.urtthmt thm lamt bemeMt. A friend recom
mended your remedies. She was cured by lr.
Miles' remedies 1 have taken a
three bottles of your K(w : I K ( R
Heart Cure and two bottles WW lluU
Nervine. My pulse is normal, I bare no more
violent throbbing of tha heart, IM wtLt mm
I sincerely recommend everyone with tvintujiua
of Heart Disease to SnAvs Dr. MtUm' ttvmtom. 1
uypsum city, Kanafirmr-p:
Sold on roaitlve Guarantee.
OR MONCV FtCTUMNCO.
In the matter of Gua R. Eng!jn debtatvr. n. s
The cnderclimea Hereby eives notice that Oca
R. Enclln. doing buclntsu in the c'tv of Kick Is'
stnd, in the eonnty of Rote bland, m etate of
Jllincis did on the 29th day of June A. 1. 1H93.
iransier to tne nnaerstpieu as sfntniee a'l nts prop
e ty for the benefit of his cndits) Mcrfrdtng to
the provisions of the act conraHi;AiifnmeLf!.
All persons having c'atms agtinst sai Gns K.
nglin are hereby notified to present cuch claims
under oath or aftlrmation, to me at Ho k Island
in aaid county and etate wittin thtce months
ftom this date.
Dated this 30th cay of Jnne 1MB.' r r" J'"
J.H.CLELW. Assignee'. -
1 In the Circuit Conrt, In Chnir$V :
Sept. term A. D., 1893.
Home Building and Loan sssoc'stioa of Rock
Ivland vs. Barry Fischer.
. Affidavit of non-residence of Usrty Fischer
the above defendant, having tiet n filed in the
clerk's office of the circuit court, notire is hereby
given to the said non-resident d fendant that the
complainant filed his bill of complaint in taid
conrt, on tbe chancery side thereof, on the
1 wenty-flr t day of J uly, 4SU. nd that thereupon
a summons issued out of said court, wherrin auid
suit is now penuinf.y-tyf atye (n ftiHW Mon
day in the rroith of M-pteiiiOer neit, as is by
law required. Now. unle s yon, the said non
reiileul defendant above named. Hairy Ft.cher.
shall personally be and appiar before said circuit
court on the first day of the next term thereof, to
be holden at Hock Island in and for the said
connty, on the first Monday in Septt mber neit,
aid pliad, answer or demur to the raid com
plainant's bill of complaint, the same snd the
n alters and things therein charged and tta'ed
'" lyalal mi rnnn-snrrt, HH a, f CJftt;
acainsr yra-cer)rling-t4-4lie iisdk ul iuui
GEOUGB W . G A W BLK, Clerk.
Rock Island. Illinois, a ry 2U 1883.
1 Jackson A TJtBjsrJ j
Sol citors for CoatD'aiiantk
1 A DMLdlSTBATOK'S BALK
tv 1 -i . f. 1 4 ' j ;
' ' "OF REAE'ESTATE.
By virtue of an order and deciee of the conrty
court, of Rock Island connty. state of Hlinoi-,
made on the petition' oft tbe nntrersicned, James
V. Johnston, administrator of the estate of
Rofaite Hartnssrel, deceased, for lefve to sell
the reai estat of said deceased at tne August
term, aji;. iti-.oi offP ryiiri, town :
tin tut ft
i ftth d fcW:i- &.D.lSl3 hall
IMdMri-f pfiTltfibaf icxtitetw(ea :the
liHlHtix M fdrenoonjsad Solock
ifterhoon'or saia dly. sell at rfh tfllc snle.
on the til
in the afterhool
at the north door of the o-urt house in th city
of Rock Island, in said county, tbe real estate
described as follows, to-wit:
The noith twffcty (20 acrrtf she Jtest-half of
the tas'-kalf effect ion aimbtr t V). intewn
ship sev nteen, tlTB, wir rJnpeAwo, (i). west
of the Fourth principH ratoiinlarar excepting
tnercrrom toe loiiowtng aescnoeo real estate, 10
it: beginning at a point on the half section
forty -two (? chains and fUty-acven (57 1 links
aonth of the south-west corner of the south-east
quarter of said sc'on nine. (9), and running
thence south slaty iiree (S3) decrci-g and forty
(40) minutes east, (s 63 degrees 40 m e) thirteen
chains and twenry-fi.ur links, (1324 100 cosine),
thence sonth filfty-two degrees and fifty-five miu
tites east (s 53 degrees fifi minutes e) ten chains
and fiftv-Line link-. (r'lO-fjS lOOohai as more or less
to the east line of said west-half of the eas. half
of said section nine, (9 containina- between said
line and Kik'Ic Hiveceight and twenty-two, hun
dredths (S 21-1 00-) acres more or tuse isitnatcd in
the connty of Hock lalind, slate of Illinois, on
tne following tcnue, namely: vatn aown on ue
livery of deed.
Hated this 8th day of August, A. I.. 1693.
.TAMES R JOHNSTON.
Adioinisiar of tbe li state of Rosalte artrajreV
Dttceaaoa. ' I J . L f
and how to attain it.
At last a medical work that tells tbe causes,
describes the effect, points the remedy. This
is scientiScaliy the most valuable, artistically
the most beautiful medical book that has ap
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