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THE ARGUS, TUESDAY, ATJGD ST 30, 1898.
Published Dally and Weekly at 1824 Second
t Avenue, Bock-Island, m. Entered m the
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tative enaracter, political or religious, must
hare rest name attached for publication. No
. oca article will be printed over fictitious air
Correspondence solicited from every town-
sup in noes i&iana county.
Tuesdav, August 30. 1898.
For State Treasurer
- M. F. DCNLAP.
For Superintendent Public Instruction.
PERRY O. STIVKR.
For Trustees State University,
DR. JULIA HOLMES SMITH.
NAPOLEON B. MORRISON.
JACOB B. SEILEH.
For Representative In Congress, Tenth
' FRANCIS E. ANDREWS.
For State Senator, Thirty-third DLstrlot,
JOSEPH 1L MULLIGAN.
Foa Representative in the General Assembly,
ELMORE W. HURST.
For County Judge W. C. ALLEN
For County CJerk JOHN NORTON
For Shertfl. A. D- HUKSING
For Treasurer T. K. LEES
For County Superintendent... O. L ADDITON
The Hon. John Kilev Tanner has
now undertaken to squelch the peace
juialce in Chicago.
The home city ofModern Woodmen
always has a hearty welcome for all
members oi the order.
It is to be hoped that Crallc and his
man Friday will behave themselves
tomorrow, despite their disappoint
Because the Woodmen are named
as they- are. Candidate C'ralle must
not jump at the conclusion that they
take to "political timber."
Gov. Tanneic has served notice on
Seker Curtis that he has another
candidate lor that place, and if he has
any Ambitions in that direction he
in i at as well drop them. lanner s
man is Allen, of Vermillion, if he ean
suceed in being elected. Danville
l'reas. But there will be no chance
for any republican to be elected to
preside at the next Illinois bouse.
Juikjixg by recent development9
many republicans who went into the
war went into it far what was in it.
The republican contingent em
All the contractors.
All the special agents.
All the commissioners.
Most of the higher otlicers.
Most of those handling supplies.
All the fat things went to the re
publicans and nothing was left to the
democrats except to do the lighting
and that is what they did.
Sherman's Arraignment of Alger.
The man who is responsible for the
mismanagement of the Cuban cam
paign should not be in the cabinet.
'If the president does not order an
investigation, congress holds the
power to impeach the secretary of
war, and can inflict a punishment that
will mean everlasting disgrace In
hat case the president would be held
Gen. Miles is a soldier and a
straightforward, truthful man. He is
no more afraid of an issue than he is
of an Indian, and when he comes back
to Washington and tells what he
knows an ' investigation of the war
flepartment will he inevitable. John
Sherman, of Ohio, ex-secretary of
state under the present administration.
t Bryan Slicks to Ills Regiment.
Representative Stark, of Nebraska,
who is a close personal friend of the
democratic leader, informed the mem
bers of the congressional committee a
few days ago that Col. William J.
Bryan "woula not go on the stump
this year. When he explained the
reasons for this determination, the
. managers agreed that Col. Byran had
ample justification for declining to
enter the political arena at piesent.
Representative Stark said: Col.
Bryan's friends in Nebraska prefer
that he should not participate in this
campaign, and he is iu entire accord
with their wishes on the subject. He
raised a regiment of soldiers and was
elected to the colonelcy by an unan
imous vote. The regiment is made
, up of republicans, democrats and pop
ulists in -nearly equal proportions.
But the Question of politics was not
permitted to figure in its organiza-
Munyon's Headache and Indi
is the only remedy on the market
that will cure every form of Headache
in 3 to timinutes. correct indiges
tion, sta-late the nerves and build
up the ytem. It should be in every
home a'nd'every traveler's gripsack.
At all druggists. 25 cures, 25c
tion. The enlisted -men are all
friends of the coloneL They all love
him, although some of them do not
agree with him politically. It has
been disappointing to both him and
them that the regiment saw nothing
of real warfare. I do not know the
government's plans, but it is be
lieved that the 3d Nebraska will be
called on to do garrison duty in
Cuba. Wherever it may be sent. Col.
Bryan will accompany it. I know
just how he feels on this point. He
will stay with his regiment until it is
discharged from the army. While he
wears the uniform of a soldier he will
take no active part in politics.
Doubtless he would resign from the
army if he should consult his own
convenience, but he will not do that.
He regards it as his duty to remain
in command of his regiment until the
government is ready to dispense with
its services. Of course, he is deeply
interested in the elections to be held
this fall. He is very hopeful that the
democrats will secure a majority in
the next house of representatives.
But he feels that his hands are tied in
political matters. I don't think any
thing could induce him to leave his
rejriment even to make one speech in
the campaign. He has consulted with
some of his best friends regarding the
situation, aud they are agreed that he
has taken the proper view in the mat
ter. Ihev applaud his course, and I
think it will be approved by demo
crats generally when they understand
the motives which are controllinjr
Presidential Politics and Piety.
Kansas City Star.
The following table gives a list of
the presidents af the United Mates,
their politics and religion:
Washington, federal EpLscopalian
Aduai. federal Unitarian
JefTerson, republican Unitarian
Maui-son, republican bpiKCooalian
Monroe, republican Unitarian
J. W. A damn, national republican Unitarian
J ac H son. democrat fresbytenan
Van Huren. democrat Reformed church
Harrison, whig Episcopalian
Tyler, whig Episcopalian
Polk, democrat Presbyterian
Taylor, whiit ....
nil more. American Unitarian
Pierce, democrat C'ouKrecationaiist
Hucbanan. -democrat ...... ...(Uncertain)
Lincoln, republican Presbyterian
Johnson, republican (Uncertain)
(rant, republican Methodist
Haves, republican Methodist
Garfield, republican Disciples' church
Arthur, republican Kplscopallan
Cleveland, democrat Presbyterian
Harrison, republican Presby terian
McKlnlev, republican .....Methodist
Anecdotes of "Dlxry."
Ia G. W. K Russell's "Collections
and Recollections" are these anecdotes
The atmosphere of a court naturally
suited Lord Eeaconsfiebjayaiid he had a
quaint trick of tranKfemug the grandi
ose nomenclature of palaces to his own
very modest domain of Hugheuden.VHe
called,, his simply drawing room 'the
"""w "J "" ' " "
expatiated on the beauWes or the terrace
walks, -the "Golden Gate" and the
Ilia style of enter talning.was . more
showy than comfortable. Nothing' could
excel . the . grandeur of his state ooatch
and powdered footman, "but when .the
'dessert came up melting one of his
friends exclaimed :
"At last, my dear Dizzy, we have
got something hot. "
And in the days when be was chan
cellor of 'the exchequer some critical
guest remarked of the soup that it was
apparently made with deferred stock.
When Lady Beaconsfield died, he
scot for his agent and . said "I desire
that her ladyship's remains be borne to
the grave by the tenants of the estate."
Presently the agent came back, with a
troubled countenance, ana said, "I re
gret to say there are not enough tenants
to carry a coffin. "
It is one of . the proud boasts of Lord
Charles Berosford that he can ride or
drive anything. One day he may be
6cen tool icg a four-in-hand, the next
scurrying across country on a hunter or
riding a bicycle. Perhaps the most curi
ous ride Lord Charles ever ad, how
ever, was on a water cart, and thereby
hangs a tale. He had wagered that he
would drive down Rotten row in' broad
daylight, and, as our readers know, ve
hicles are forbidden in the row. At the
appointed time the other party 'to the
wager, with a few friends, took up a
position to see if Lord Charles would
attempt the feat. While they wai ted a
water cart came along, and some of the
party were liberally sprinkled with none
too clean water. The victims protested
in forcible terms, when,, to their un
bounded astonishment, the oilskin of
the driver were pushed back, revealing
the merry features of the popular sailor.
"Hand over that hundred, old fellow I"
he remarked calmly. Lord Charles had
squared the driver of the water cart,
and had won ' his wager. London An
swers. firecrackers In China.
In China firecrackers can be purchas
ed at a cost of 63 cents for 10,000, al
though the best quality commands twice
this prjee. This is but little more than
the actual cost of manufacture. . The
straw paper used is of the cheapest
grade. The powder is also of cheap and
inferior quality, which probably ac
counts for sj t. 7 "sizzers" in every
Most of - the firecrackers are made by
women and children at their homes, and
rapid workers are able to earn fror 5
to 7 cents per day. An expert can earn
10 cents, while a novice reoeivea only
his board for the first four years. The
wages paid in this trade are about the
same as those paid the common laborer.
Besides being unhealthy, the wors: oz
making firecrackers is more or Jess dan
gerous, yet the hours of labor are xroxn
6a.rn.to 11p.m. seven days in ine
in Ca-nvn mnA Vnrvir a local mar
riage is not allowed to be solemnized
till rxtn parties prtxiuoe cenunane- at
testing that they1 bear genuine raccina-
ooa irwrti -
THE BREATH OF ARBUTUS.
What is it in the summer sir tr Bight
That brings me dreams of dear days long ago
And memories of hearts that hare for years
Been colder than the Alps' eternal snow
The dewy violet of hear'nly blue.
The faint breath of arbutus on the air,
Bring sadly back those dear dead days
And one who told me I was fair.
We etood amid the flowers, dewy, sweet.
My hero in his cost of loyal blue.
Be kissed ray tears away and said "Farewell!
My country needs me, dear, more than do
There came a day. The sun refused to shine.
High heaven tried to wash away the stain.
Wight spread her mantle gently o'er the field1
Tire sooth wind moaned a re-irem log the
Back in a corner of the irarret dark
There stands an oaken chest, and bmied deep
Within it lies a package worn and old.
But when 'tis ashes trill my heart will keep
In sacred memory tho love that gave
To me the sweet arbutus, faded, dead.
But gave.to God and country all he had
And in the southland found a narrow bed.
Tis this the south wind wafts to me tonight-
Fond mem'ry Is the harp o'er which she
The gentle breath of sweet arbntus flowers
And tender thoughts of nnforgotten days.
R. V. H. H. in Bcranton Republi
Water at Last.
In AlcClure's Magazine there is an
Interesting account of Dr. Sven. Hedin,
a young Swedish traveler, who has been
doing some remarkable work in Asia, in
an attempt to cross the hitherto unex
plored Takla-AIakan desert. His party
entered the desert April 10, 1895. The
water gave out, the camels died, and
one by one all the servants succumbed.
"I went on alone," says Dr. Hedin.
"The forest was very dense and the
night black-. I bad eaten almost noth
ingfor ten days; I had drunk nothing
for five. I crossed the forest crawling
on all foursj tottering from tree to tree.
I carried the haft of the spade asa
era ten. At last I came to an open space.
The forest ended like a devastated plain.
This was a river bod. It was quite dry.
There was not a drbp of water.
"I went on. I meant to live. I would
find water. I. was very weak, but I
crawled on all fours and at last Istroes
ed the river bed. It was three kilome
ters wide. Then, as I reached the right
bank of the river, I heard the Bound of
a duck lifting and the noise of splash
ing water. I crawled in that direction
and found a large pool of clear, fresh
"I thanked God first, and then I felt
my pulse I wanted to see the effect
that co-inking would have on it It was
"Then I drank. I drank fearfully. I
drank and drank and drank. It was a
lovely feeling. Lfelt my blood liquefy
ing. Itbegan to run in my veins; my
pores openod. My pulse went up at once
to 53. I felt quite fresh and living. "
Undaunted by his first terrible .ex
perience. Dr. Hedin 'crossed the desert
again from south to north, and was re
warded" by the discovery of a "very old
The Wrong; !-
There i9 an enterprising Liverpool
tailor who has never been known to ac
knowledge that he didn't have anything
a possible customer might ask for.
One day a customer entered the shop
and asked if he had any trousers made
especially for one legged men.
"Certainly,", replied the merchant.
"What kind do yon want?"
' ' Dress trousers, ' ' 6aid the man. " The
best you've got"
Hurrying into the rear of the store,
the enterprising merchant snatched up
a pair of trousers and snipped off the
right leg with a pair of scissors. 'Hastily
turning under the edges, he presented
them to the customer.
"That's the kind I want What's the
"Well, give me a pair with the left
A month later the merchant was pro
nounced convalescent and ou the high
road to recovery. Pearson s Weekly.
Something to Know.
It mav be worth something to know
that the verv lest remedy for restor
ing the tired out nervous svstem to a
healthy vigor is Electric Bitters. This
medicine is purely vegetable, acts by
giving tone to the nerve centers in
the stomach, gentlv stimulates the
liver and kidneys, and .aids these or
gans in throwing off impurities in the
blood, JUectric Bitters improves the
appetite, aids digestion, and is pro
nounced by those who have tried it as
the very best blood purifier and nerve
tonic. Trv it. Sold for 50 cents or
fl per bottle at Ilartz d Ullemeyer's
Piles! PUeal Fllesl
Dr. Williams' Indian Pile Ointment
will cure blind, bleeding and itching
piles when all otner ointments have
railed. It absorbs -the tumors, allays
the itching at once, acts as a poultice,
gives instant relief. Dr. WilliamV
Indian Pile Ointment is prepared only
for piles and itching of the private
parts, and nothing else. Every box
is warranted. soia ty druggists or
sent by mail on receipt of price, 50
cents and f 1 per box.
OU1H3 MANCrACTCRrNO CO.,
Proprietors. C!v. .--..! Ohio.
Sold by M. F. Bahnsen, Druggist.
Deal Toaarce Salt and Sates Toar Life Away.
To quit tobacco easily and forever, be magi
netic mil of life, nerve and Tiro, take No-To-Bae,
the wonder-worker, that makes weak men
strong. All dmpgists, SOc or II. Cure guaran
teed. Bookies and sample free. Address
Sterling Kemedy Co., Chicago or New York,
Scrofula, salt rheum, ervsipelas and
and other distressing eruptive dis
eases yield quickly and permanently
to the cleansing, - purifying power of
Burdock Blood" Bitters. For sale by
Marshall & Fisher.
T! Lm! Ya Ha i'wn Bsiif,
CURE YOUR CHILD.
An Easy Way to Obtain Permanent Re
There are thousands of children
who wet the'bed nightly. Sometimes
they are 6colded and sometimes they
are'whipped, but the bed wetting goes
on just the same. You think they
are lazy ' and won't get up but
this is not the case once in a
thousand times. o child likes a
wet berth to He in. They can't help
it. Their kidneys are weak and thev
should be- doctored. You are doing
a srreat wrong by neglecting vour
child. We have the remedy that cures
this. It has been used in Springfield
by Mrs. W. J. Guymore on Master
Pert. She says: "Ihe child has had
weak kidnevs since his birth. We
have tried to have him cured, but
never found anything that would do
it. It was a sure case each nirht un
til we bought Morrow's Kid-ne-oids
for him. Since using them he has
been cured entirely, which is a great
blessing for both him and me. 1 can
recommend them to every mother in
Morrow's Kid-ne-oids are for sale
at all first-class drug stores for 50
cents. If not to be had at your drug
gist's, we mail them on receipt of
Joux Mokkow & Co., Chemists,
; Springfield, Ohio.
Korea's Seven Wonders.
The seven wonders of Korea are: (1)
The marvelous mineral spring of Kiu
shanto, one dip in which is a sovereign
cure for all the ills that human flesh is
heir to. (2) The double springs which,
though far apart, have a strange, mys
terious affinity. According to Korean
belief, there is a connection under
ground, through which water ebbs and
flows like the waters of the ocean, in
such a way that only one spring is full
at a time. The water possesses a won
derful sweetening power, so that what
ever is cooked therein becomes good aud
palatable. (3) The cold wind cavern,
whence comes a never eeasing wind so
piercing that nothing can withstand it
and so powerful that the strongest man
cannot face i. (4) The ind.estructible
pine forest, the trees of which grew
up again as fast as they are cut down.
(5) The floating stone, a massive block
that has no visible support, but, like
Mohammed's coffin, remains suspended.
(6) The warm stone, situated on the
top of a hill and said to have the pecul
iarity of spreading warmth and heat
all round it. ( 7) A drop of the sweat of
Buddha, for SO paces round which no
flower or vegetation will grow, nor will
birds or other living things pass over it.
Sulnt Xorah and the Potato.
St. Ncrah was a poor girl, says the
London Punch, who prayed St. Patrick
for a good gift that would make her not
proud but useful, and St. Patrick, out
of his own head, taught her how to boil
a potato. A sad thing and to bo lament
ed, that the secret has come down to so
few ! Since the highest -intellectual and
physical life is dependent upon diet
since the cook makes, while the physi
cian only mends should not she who
prepares our pies bo as carefully trained
as he who makes our pills?
Certainly whatever may be the
knowledge or the ignorance of the serv
ant in tho kitchen, tho mistress of the
house, be she young or old, ought to be
able, like St. Patrick in the fable, out of
her own instructed head to teach Nor ah
how to boil a potato or broil a f teak so
that they may yield their utmost of rel
ish and nutriment.
Until she can do that, no woman is
qualified to preside over a household,
and since few reach adult life without
being called to that position ' in the
household of husband, father or broth
er, the legend of St. Norah has a wide
significance. Youth's Companion.
The Northwest Indian and His Ways.
The Indian of the plains is a far moro
picturesque individual than his brother
or cousin of the coast. He does not erect
totem poles and has no timber for the
purpose if so inclined, but ho is suffi
ciently spectacular himself witnout re
sorting to grotesque carvings and paint
ed wood. His saddle, with its leather
hangings and wooden stirrups, is in
itself a remarkable aggregation, and
when set off with bis goods and chat
tels tied in bags, rags, strings and
straps, the effect is remarkable. Ho
wears the cast off garments of his white
brother in such origiual combinations
that bo looks like tho personification of
a secondhand store. Sometimes the
adoption of a pair of guernseys as an
external covering gives him quite an
athletic appearance. He wears his hair
in Gertrude braids, and prefers ear
rings about the size of half dollar coins.
A mosquito net or handkerchief is bis
favorite bead covering, and if he as
sumes a hat it is as an additional and
purely ornamental appendage. Detroit
BuckJen's Amies Balve,
The best salve in the world for cuts.
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum,
fever sores, tetter, chapped hands,
chilblains, corns and all skin erup
tions, and positively cures piles ar no
pay required. It is guaranteed to
irive perfect satisfaction or money re
funded. Price 25 cents per box. For
sale by liartz Ullemeyer.
Von invite disannoin tment when
vou experiment. DeWitfs Little
Early Risers are pleasant, easy, thor
ough little pills. They cure consti
pation and sick headache just as sure
as you take them. T. H. Thomas,
A. "J. Riess and M. F. Bahnsen, drug
gists. Bodily pain loses its terror if vou've
a bottle of Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil
in the house. 'Instant relief in cases
of burns, cuts, sprains, accidents of
auy sort. For sale by Marshall &
To Car CaanipsUos Forever.
If CL C. C fall to core, druggists refund mooey.
1 DO WN
All our Summer Goods, both black and tan, will be closed out at
sweeping reductions. We need the room; you probably need the
shoes. Come now and get your choice. These are the season's
most fashionable goods, and will be slaughtered in price to make
room for our immense fall stock, which, by the way, will be some
thing worth your while looking forward to. The goods have be
gun to go, so get in quickly if you want rare bargains. - '
MRIGHT & BHRBER
We have everything in
the Bicycle and Sport
ing Goods Line.
Andrae Bicyeles, '98 Model $65
Waverly Bicycles, 98 Model $J5
Meislback Bicycles, '98 Model. . .$25
Ideal Bicycles, '98 Model . . .$22.50
Magnet Bicycles, '97 Model. .$19.50
We also have on hand
a large stock of shot
guns, loaded shells, re
volvers, cartridges, tar
gets, Blue Rock traps,
boxing gloves, punch
ing bags, tennis, golf
and base ball goods.
Fishing taekle and
324 Twentieth St., Book Island.
803 West Third St., Davenport.
Estate of Julius TJtke, deceased.
The undersigned bavins been appointed ad
ministratrix with the will annexed of tbe es
tate or Julius Utke. late of tbe county of
Mock Island, state of Illinois, deceased, here
by k'ives notice that xhe will appear before tbe
county court or kock island county, at toe
county court room. In tbe city of Kock Island,
at the October term, an tbe first Monday
in October next, at which time all per
sons bavins claims atralnst said estate are
JnotiSed and requested to attend, tor tbe pur
pose OI 14 1. J II lilt? naiUB BUJUHICU.
All persons indebted to said estate are re
quested to make Immediate payment to the
Dated this SMid day or Autrust, A. D. ISSS.
Kn.ini Uike, Administratrix, with the will
Estate of Joseph Ammann, deceased.
The underslisoed bavins been appointed ex
ecutors of tbe estate of Josepb Ammann.
late of tbe county of Reek Island, state of
Illinois, deceased, hereby Rive notice that tbey
will appear before tbe county court of Roek
Island county, at the county oourt room, la
tbe citv of Rock Island, at the Novem
ber term, on the Urst Monday in November next.
at wbicb time all persons bavins claims seainst
said estate are notified and requested to at
tend, for the purpose or bavins tbe same ad
justed. All persons Indebted to said estate
are requested to make immediate payment
to tbe andersisoea.
Dated this M day of Ausnst. A. D. 1888.
John Volk & Co.,
Builders : : :
Sash, Doors, Blinds and Mouldings
Veneered and Hard Wood Floor
ing of All Kinds.
Single and Doable Strength Window
Ulass, Polished Plate, Beveled
Plate and Art Glass.
snto19trteenth Rock Island.
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scent. Bock Island, HI. .
.Pi & ID
Leaders in Shoes.
INTRODUCTION OF THE
Central Shoe Store.
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FREE ADVICE lr nur
r !lirine ! attS pftfee F ree
recl are some of tho reanuns irlir J'os luu!l write us.
Cures the rery worxt eas of
Bena for proof of
all of your s; tuiitoia. Irr. Hay s Kenovai'M' to sold by draiorlsts, or rest
tty mail on receipt of prtee, 2s eeata and l.OO.
Addreu Dr. B.J. KAY MEDICAL CO.. (Wettsrs Office) Omaha. Neb.
Rock Island Savings Bank,
Rock Island, III.
Incorporated Under the
M05ET L0ASED ON PERSONAL COLLATERAL 0B SEAL ESTATE 8E0UBITT
3. M. Buford. president.
John CrutmuKO, Vice President.
P. Greenawalt, Caahier.
Began business July Z, UM, and oocupr the
S. tl corner of Mltcbeil A Lynde's
"Jenness Miller" Hygienic
Shoes for Women
bp; to announce that t?)havestriir-il
the 'exclusive ajwncy" for the famous .
JENNESS MILLER" HYGLENIC SHOES
WOMEN. These shoos are just lisinj: 2
iulroducud throughout the United rStntrs. Ifi
They are the finest, moist comfortable, easy 75
fitting, durable and giuceful Shoes in tho
Made of specially tanned Velvetta" kid,
which is as soft and line as its name implies.
They are cut on scientific anatomical priii- -v;
ciples to cob form to the natural fot, and
til the feet ns nature intended.
We unhesitatingly recommend them to our j$
!atrons, and guarantee them to give alixo-2
ute satisfaction. Try a pair and enjoy thtv-v
luxury of romfortablc, durable, jjraooful-lit- 2
ting shoes. Ouly to be had of us in this
Shown in button and lace, in "turns," 55
and "welts," in narrow . dresa" toe for !g
finwr shoes at any price..
1712 Second Avenue.
Lives in a house that has
good plumbing-. If the
plumbing i not perfect
the little fellow eannot be
healthy. When there is
anything the matter with
the pipes in your house
send for us.
We Are Busy
All the Time
Now is the lime to have your
walls freshened with bright,
clean 'paper, so that it will
?e a pleasure to receive your
friends this fall when they
come to see you. Scarcely
any annoyance and so quickly
ADAMS WALL PAPER CO..
frlO. 312. H 1WENTIHTH AT.
riiri - lnn nnd a FREE SAMPLE
fioak trentlnft ail am n.r. iviili At Cieollctit
Dysnepsia. CoUpsllon; Ut1a. Liter 11 nil
It. We Crtmranlrs It. Writs 114 almut
F9ur Per Cent Paid
II. 8. Cable, Win. Wllmerton,
Jotn Crubauffb, Ibl Mltcbeil.
H. V. Hull. U Simon,
K. W. Hnrst, J. VL Uuford.
Solicitors Jaokaoa A Hurst.