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THE ABGUSi SATUKDAr, AUGUST 24, 1803.
Published Daily and Weekly at 1(04 Second
Arcane, Bock Island, 111. Kntcred at the pott
offlce as eecond class matter.
J. W. Potter
TERMS Dally. 10 cent per week. Weekly.
12.00 per annua; in adyanee, $1.60.
All commnnicatlooe or a critical or argumenta
tire character, political or religions, must have
real name attached for publication. No auch
article will be printed over flemloae slgnattirea.
Correspondence solicited front every township
la Book Island cooaty.
Satlbday, Aitccst 24, 1895.
The Kalama Bulletin (Wash.) ba
for its motto "Grab all in eight, and
hustle for more."
Connecticut's peach crop this
year is estimated at something more
than 60,000 baskets.
The blueberry crop in Maine is
phenomenally large this year. Mich
igan, too, has a large crop.
A FisiiEKMAN at Clinton. Mo., last
week caught a 13-foot water mocca
sin snake on a hook baited with a
Lord Tennyson's poem. "Sweet
and Low," has been set to music by
Lady Tennyson, who often sang the
song to the poet.
Mrs. Loia Eames Wood, of Wor
cester, Mass., celebrated her 101st
birthday last week. She is still ac
tive and vigorous.
St. Lows Chronicle: The man
who waits long enough for some
thing to turn up will not be disap
pointed. It will be his own toes.
After all it may be said of the
Kewanee case, it is a game with
considerable Blow whether taking
into consideration the question of
Merrill or not.
Even in this year of plenty and
prosperity, places can be fonnd
where people are actually suffering
for the necessaries of life. Appeals
for aid are coming from portions of
Oklahoma. The long drouth has
ruined the small grain crops and the
settlers are almost helpless. Food
and clothing are badly needed.
TnE directors of the Illinois Farm
ers' Institute met in Springfield
Wednesday and elected the following
officers: President, F. M. Palmer,
Clinton; vice president. (J. W. Dean,
Adams; secretary, Charles F. Mills,
Springfield; treasurer, Dr. Daniel
Berry, Carmi. The election of state
superintendent of the Farmers1 In
stitute was postponed -until the
meeting to be held during the state
fair next month.
An exchange says that the world
is to come to an end in October,
and exhorts merchants to advertise
so as to not be losers by having large
stocks on hand when the final mo
ment arrives. It also says that it
would be to the advantage of sub
scriurrs to nay up, clear their eon
science and secure the influence of
the papers when (iabriel blows his
trumpet in tne morning.
The proposal of the Bank of Amer
ica, a stale institution in Jew lork,
to cat down its $3,000,000 capital
stock just one-halt is attracting no
little attention. The object of the
proposed step seems to be to get rid
of a portion of the heavy state tax
ation, which is said to amount to
about 10.000 annually. The bank
does not require so much capital
stock for its deposits, which aggregate
23,300.000. furnish all the money it
can use to advantage.
There is said to be springing up
a boom lor tne brilliant voung Illi
nois democrat. James fl. Eckels,
comptroller of the United States
treasury, for the gubernatorial nom
ination, and the tact tbat air. Kckels
has a staunch friend and admirer in
Hon. Ben. T. Cable is taken as prom
ising strength to his candidacy were
he disposed to enter the contest
Mr. Eckels goes abroad in about a
week to join Mr. Cable in a tonr of
tbe principal cities of France, Swiss
erland, Germany and England.
The steamer St. Louis has more
than filled the requirement of the
government for speed. At Tuesday's
otlicial trial in the English channel
the vessel made 62 knots against the
tide in 2 hours, 28 minntes and 48
seconds an average of 21 knots, or
24 miles and a quarter an hoar.
With the tide, the same distance was
covered in 2 hoars, 12 minutes and
13 seconds an average of 23.6 knots,
or about 27 and a quarter miles per
honr. The St. Louis will vet lower
the record between New York and
Southampton, now held by the Prince
' Seven states elect governors this
year New Jersey, Ohio. Mississippi,
Kentucky, Maryland, Massachusetts
and Iowa, la four of these states
the democrats have already their
candidates In the tield; tbe republi
cans have made nominations in
three. In Mississippi it is not likely
that the republicans will make any
fight, as a state contest on their part
this year would be a hopeless one.
In th oilier, six slate where govern-
opiate jo) bSofcot;pT4ient indica
'tionsTavor the democrats in Mary
land, Kentucky, Ohio, and New Jer
sey, with more fighting chanees in
the other two.
Springfield Register: The Chi
cairo Times-Herald appears to be
aching for Messrs. Ilawley, Thie
man. Berry and Crafts to bring a
libel suit against it. These gentle
men will probably be deterred from
doing so by the awful example fur
nished by Dr. Hearne, of Hannibal,
wbo brought suit for libel and flOO,
000 damages against a San Francisco
paper. He is now languishing in
jail under an indictment for murder.
If the evidence that has been pub
lished is the strength of the case
against Hearne it is not at all likely
that he will be convicted, tut it
does not ordinarily take very strong
evidence to secure an indictment.
The case of Dr. Hearne is a vivid il
lustration of the fact that it doesn't
pay to sue a newspaper for libel.
fader Two Tariffs.
Under the McKinley tariff, Aug.
11. lS9i, a 10 per cent wage reduc
tion was accepted by the employes
of the I'arnegie Steel works. Beaver
Falls. Pa. Under the democratic
tariff wages in the same works were
increased 10 per rent May 14. 1895.
Under the McKiuley tariff the
Knoxvillo Iron company, Knoxville,
Tcnn., elosed May 15. 1892; men
out of work. Under the democratic
tariff wages in the same works in
creased 10 per cent Juue 12, 1895.
Under the McKinley tariff three
smelting furnaces of the Calumet
and Heel a Mining coming. Calumet,
Mich., closed July 15. 1892. Under
tbe democratic tariff the wages of
2,500 men in these mines were in
creased 10 per cent May 28, 1895.
Harrison Will Pom Again. ,
New York Mercury.
Ex-President Harrison is said to
be coming here the first of the month
to give the artists another chance to
touch up his portraits. It is ex
pected that during Mr. Harrison's
coming visit he will come to some
definite decision regarding the press
ing of his name for tbe presidential
nomination. A close friend of his
said yesterday: "(Jen. Harrison has
been 'waiting for some good oppor
tunity to make known his position
in regard to this matter. We, who
are bis friends, have known all
along that he had no intention o!
engaging in a scramble for the nomi
nation. However, it has become
necessary for the ex-president to de
fine his attitudo if he wishes to avoid
being forced into the position of
seeking the nomination. So many
friends of his are working to bring
about his nomination that it will be
impossible for Gen. Harrison to
maintain silenco much longer with
out incurring some personal embar
rassment to himself. I think bis
idea or program will be to write a
letter discussing this matter. His
letters may be similar to those nf
Mr. Blaine in the past, but if Gen.
Harrison writes a letter declining to
permit the use of his name in con
nection with the presidency it will
be accepted as final. The people
will know that he means what he
Of the manuscripts left unpub
lished by Kobert Louis Stevenson at
his death (not many, by the way) the
first to reach the public is a collec
tion of very original "Fables" in the
September number of McClure's
magazine. One of them is a conver
sation betnfeen John Silver and
Cap'n" Smollett, of "Treasure Isl
and," which is as delicious in its
way as anything those worthies do
or say in "Treasure Island" itself.
In the same number Anthony Hope
relates another adventure of the ever
charming Princess Orsa. an encoun
ter in the forests of Zenda with an
attractive and most courteous high
wayman. There is also a romantic
tale of court intrigue by Stanley J.
Weyman. and a new Drumtochty
story by Ian Maclaren, the author of
"Beside tbe Bonnie Briar Bush."
Elizabeth Stuart Phelps supplies an
admiring review of an earlier story
of Ian Maclaren's, "Afterwards,"
which appeared in McClure's last
spring. There are many entertain,
ing illustrated stories.
The success of a magazine serial
dealing with contemporary American
affairs has been abundantly demon
strated by the wide and permanent
interest tbat has been aroused by
President Andrews' "History of the
Last Quarter Century in tbe United
States," now running in Seribner's
Magazine. The great variety of the
topics So dramatically treated makes
each installment of new interest to
old readers and also attracts the at
tention of newer circles. This is
well illustrated by the splendid in
stallment which leads the September
number of Seribner's. There is no
American, young or old. who cannot
find something of unusual interest in
an installment which includes epi
sodes of such variety at the third
term contest of President Grant.
Conklin's great feud with Garfield,
the assassination of Garfield, the
Star Route and Whisky Ring fraud
all of which topics are illustrated
with a unique series of pictures col
lected with great pains from authen
tic sources. In fact, never since
McCarthy's "History of Our Own
Times" has there been a narrative of
such genuine value combined with
popularity as this graphic account of
things tbat are vital to the under
standing ef the present day.
A Hired Ulrl Wanted:
"Not by me! Since using Zoa
Phora I can do my own work. It is
Woman's Friend, indeed." So say
score of women today. Sold by T.
H. Thomas and Marshall & Fisher.
Slake I, More Profitable Crop and Saras
Tho nct essential thing after you
have got your frnit started, says Mr. J.
H. Hale, the Connecticut fruit grower,
is a judicious thinning of it. I believe
tho thinning of apples should begin
when they first begin to bear. A well
planted and well fed tree will begin to
bear early. Only let it bear a little. Al
low some of the strength to go into the
development of the frnit bads for next
year. Next year thin pretty closely; then
by tyid by yon will build up an orchard
that will have no off years in it There
isn't an off year. It is because tho' ap
ple are iu the bauds of au off man.
Thinning constantly wonld bring it into
It is seed growing that exhausts tho
vitality. There are no more seeds in a
large frnit than in a small one, and a
large one doesn't take any more vitality
ont of a tree. If a Keiffer pear tree has
on it a thousand pears, and you take off
S00 of them, the balance will weigh as
mnch as tbe whole of them and bring
moro money, weakening the tree only
half as much. Our rnlo fur thin
ning peaches is not to leave one within
four inches of another. This covers the
ground with green frnit and looks like
destruction, but at the end of the season
thcro are moro bushels than there would
Thin by band. Pnt stepladders under
tbe trees and pnt boys on them whoso
bnrup of destructiveuess is large, and
tell them to go ahead. We begin when
tbe peaches are three-quarters of an inch
in diameter, and take everything that is
enrculio stung and diseased. These we
cart away and burn. The rest that are
taken off are dropped on the ground and
left there. In future onr three or four
year old peach trees shall not bear over
250 peaches ; our four or five year old
trees not over 300, end full grown trees
not over 000. That means six inches
apart ; 600 peaches on a tree will make
six toeight baskets of fancy frnit Three
thousand peaches to a treo won't make
more, nor sell for moro money, and tho
trees ore ruined. Hartford Times.
Carlyle's Hero Worsnipen. -
Here is nnother Carlyle story, told by
Mr. Nicholas: "The people about Chel
sea," he said, "did not pay mnch atten
tion to him, but a good many persons,
mostly Scotchmen, used to come down
here. They used to ask mo when he gen
erally came ont and wonld wait for a
chance of seeing him. I remember a
Scotchman who said be would give 10
for 'five minutes' talk with Carlyle.
Then there was a young fellow I heard
of, a clerk in Glasgow, who came in bis
holiday (it was only a few days) and
waited abont hero till be saw the old
man, with his slouch hat and big cloak
and long stick, come out leaning on his
niece's arm. Carlyle was very fond of
children. There are a good many yonng
peoplo in tho parish who aro very proud
of the fact that ho used to take them on
his knee, and he had always a pat on
tho head for them when be poised."
Westminster Gazette. .
Sho Was Sorry.
He bad been worshiping her for
mouths, but bad never told ber, and sho
didn't want him to. He hod come often
and staid late very late and she cofild
only sigh and hope. He was going away
the next day on a holiday, and be
thought the last night was the timo to
spring the momentous question. Ho kept
it to himself, however, until the last
thing. It was 11 :30 by the cjock, and it
was not a very rapid clock.
"Miss Mollie," he 6aid tremulously)'
"I am going away tomorrow."
"Are yon?" sho said, with the
thoughtlessness of girlhood.
"Yes," be replied. "Are you sorry?"
"Yes, very sorry," she murmured.
"I thought you might go away this
Then she gazed at tho clock wistful
ly and said good night Exchange.
"There, Willie," said the lad's moth
er, "is 10 cents foryon. Now, what are
yon going to do with it?"
"Save ft np to buy fireworks for the
Fourth of July," replied the boy in a
tone whose poeitiveness was almost de
fiant. "Why, Willie, you know you are sav
ing np your money to give to the hea
then." "Y-yes'm, bnt the Chinese are hea
then, aren't they?"
"And the Chinese make the firecrack
ers, don't they?"
"Iam told they da"
"Well, then, tie heathen'U get my
money just the same, so it'a all xight "
Burlington (la. ) Journal.
How Proud He Waa.
Sir John Hopkins, admiral of the
British fleet which came here on the
occasion of the Columbian celebration
of 1893, appeared on deck in a fine new
uniform and said to Julian Ralph,
who was his guest on the Blake at the
time: "Will you lock nt me? Ibegytita
to do mo the favor to look at me."
"Sir John," said Ralph, "I should
think you would feel proud." "Pr-oud,
me boy!" said Sir John; "I'm as pr-oud
as a puppy dog with a gladiolnain his
The word chivalry is from the French
chevalerie, riders on horses. Chivalry
as an institution was in its prime from
about the beginning of the tenth century
to abont the close of the fifteenth. A
century added for its growth and anoth
er for its decline will cover its total his
tory. Lowe Grown Cold.
She (reproachfully) You said you
would die for me.
He (stiffly) I was referring to my
whiskers, madam. Detroit Free Press.
A girl feels flattered when told she
looks well in anything, but a wife
thinks such a compliment only a plot to
get her to wear old clothes.
ELECTRICITY AT SEA.
Teste Prove That the White Light la by
Far the Moat Easily Seen.
Some interesting experiments have
been made cu the visibility of the elec
tric light at sea by te governments of
the United sstates, Germany and the
Netherlands. ' The word "visible" in the
report on the tests means visible on a
dark night with a clear atmosphere.
Tho result of the experience of tho Ger
man committee was that a white light
of one candle power was visible 1.4
miles on a dark, clear night and one
mile on a rainy night.
The American tests resulted as fol
lows : la very clear weather a light of
one candle power was plainly visible at
one nautical mile; oue of three candle
power at two nTiles; onoof ten candle
power was setu by tho aid of a binoc
ular at four miles; onoof 29 candle
power faintly at five miles and ono of
83 candle power plainly at five miles.
On an exceptionally clear night a white
light of 3.2 candle power was readily
distinguished at three miles; one of 5. a
candle power at four miles and oue cf
17.2 caudle power ot five miles.
In the Dutch experiments the results
were almost similar, but a 16 caudle
power light was plainly visible at five
miles. For a green light the power re
quired wos'two for one mile, 15 for two
tuHcs, 51 for three miles aud 10G for
four miles. Tho results of tests with a
red light wero almost identical with
those with green, befit was conclusive
ly proved that a whito light was by far
the most easily seen. Chicago Record.
First Water Diamonds.
"What do I mean by the expres
sion 'first water? The expression 'first
water when applied to a diamond de
notes that it is free from all traces of
color, blemish, flaw or other imperfec
tion, and that its brilliancy is perfect
It is, however, frerjuently applied to
stones not quite perfect, but tho best
that the dealer has, and they niartto of
only second quality. It is almost im
possible to value a diamond by Ite
weight only. Color, brilliancy, cutting
and tho general perfection of the stone
have nil to be taken into account Of
two stones, both flawless aud of tbe
same weight, ono may bo worth $600
and the other $12,000. Exceptional
stones often bring nnnsnal prices, while
'off color' stones sell from $0 to $100
a caret, regardless of 6izo. The pooT
qualities have depreciated so mnch in
value that 'some are worth only from
one-tenth to ono-fonrth what they were
worth 20 years ago. This is specially
true .of largo stones of tho second or
third quality." Chicago Record.
To Supplant Tin Cans.
Cans made of paper pulp are being in
troduced to take the place of tin cans
for containing all kinds cf preserved
products, says the New York Snn. The
occasional cases of poisoning from can
ned goods aro dne to the contents be
coming tainted through the cans not be
ing airtight .JIairy millions of tin cans
ore used annually by canned goods fac
tories in this country, and saeh cases of
injury from tainted goods are compara
tively rare, but because it is po&iiblo,
through slight defects in the solder or
minute breaks iu tho cans, for such dan
ger to result, tho calipers have been
looking for a satisfactory substitute for
tin. it is believed that this has at last
been found in the paper pulp cans. Thoy
are oilproof as well as waterproof, will
not expand or contract, and will stand
as much rough usage in shipment as tin
cans, and perhaps more.
The Discovery Saved His Life.
G. Caillouette, druggist. Beavers
ville. 111., says: "To Dr. King's New
Discovery I owe my life. Was taken
with la grippe and tried all the phy
sicians for miles abont, but of no
avail, and waa given up and told I
could not live. Having Dr. King's
New Discovery in my store. I sent
for a bottle and began its use, and
from the first dose began to get bet
ter, and after using three bottles was
up and about again. It is worth its
weight in gold. We won't keep store
or house without it." Get a free
trial at Hartz & Ullemeyer's drug
CCBE FOB HEADACHE.
As a remedy for all forms of head
ache Electric Bitters has proved to
be the very best. It effects a perma
nent cure, and the most dreaded ha
bitual sick headaches yield to its in.
fluence. We nrge all who are af
flicted to procure a bottle, and give
this remedy a fair trial. In cases of
habitual constipation-Electric Bitters
cures by giving the needed tone to
the bowels, and few cases long resist
the use of this medicine. Try it
once. Large bottles only 50 cents at
Hartz & Ullemeyer's drug store.
BUCKLER'S ARNICA BALVK.
The best salve in the world for
cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt
rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped
hands, chilblains, corns and all sain
eruptions, and positively cures
pile or no pay required. It is guar
anteed to give perfect satisfaction, or
money refunded. Price 25 cents per
box. For sale by Hartz & Ullemeyer.
PUre: PUes! I'llea!
Dr. Williams Indian File Oittment will cere
blind bleeding, ulcerated and Itching pile. It
absorb the tumors, allay the itching at once,
acts as a son'tice, give inMant relief. Dr. Wil
Hams' Ir.dlan Pile Olntsent is prepared only for
piles and ilebin of the unvate part, and lothir f
e. Every boa is euaranteed. Sold by Bru
plts. sent by mail, for SO cent and f 1 per box.
Williams Manufacturing company. Proprietor;.
Cleveland, Ohio. Sold by T. II. Thomas.
Whew Baby waa sack, we cava her Cantoris.
When she -ras a Child, she cried for CaatorVs.
Whan she became Visa, she clang to Osatorba.
Waaaa she had Chfldren, aha gave titan (
Children Cry for
won't do for
Sold by T. II. Thomas and Mar
shall & Fisher, druggists.
Boston Dental Parlors
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. n a- s-v - n p esat. n
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To introduce ourelves to tbe pnblic of
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We make a specialty ot the Painless Ex
traction of Teeth srd ALONK use the
wonderful local Anaesthetic EXCELSIOR
which has no bad ffects open the heart.
We also nse Nitrons Oxide, Chloroform (
or Ether, it desired. We do all kin is of
high-class Dentistry, making a specialty
of the Correction of Irregularities of tbe ,
Teeth and GOLD CROWN and BKIDGB
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Silver FHlinj. SO cents and up
Gold Filling $1 and np
Gold Crowns. $5
bet or Teeth $8
Open 8 a. m. to 8:30 p. m.
Come tnd see us. We can save yon money.
Open Sundays for extracting from 9 to 10 a. m.
Boston Dental Parlcrs.
Over Winecke's Tailor shop.
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With a complete line of
Jackets and Fur Capea.
Yon are cordially loTited
to inspect onr stock. Ita
rarely will surprise and
please yon. Bay a Cloak
now for tbe following rea
sons: FIRST You pet a better made
up carmen t.
SECOND You (;et a larger as
THIRD You sare at least 25
per cent, for when tbe sea
son begins factories bave
to pay more for making
garments and materials
LADIES desiring to make spe
cial selections now can se
' core a garment by making
a depocit on it.
At Half Price. Latest nov
elties in Fall Sailors.
for 11.98, worth f 5 and fG.