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THJfi AKGUB. THURSDAY,
Published l:ly std Week 7 at 121 Second Av
enae, Hoes: Itiand, 1L.
J. W. POTTER.
Tssss Daily. SOe per month; Weekly, t3.u0
AH eommanlcatloef of a ert'ca) or argumenta-
ue ccarcter. pontics! or re.:ion. man ee
reel Mm attached for pabiiestioa No such artl-
ocle wia be printed oer tctitkras signatures -Arxmymoos
eomraanieations not noticed
Correspondence solicited boa cxery township
1 aoci isiana county.
Thtbsdat, Jck 2. 1891.
RErEKEXTATi vk M acmillas, Tenne
ee ' candidate for ipaker of the cation
J house of rcpreaentatiTei. hu been in
congress 12 jen and is now not much
K0Kr Constitution-Democrat: Tte
democratic hoase of representatives of
IUinoii tared the atate over f 500,0)0 by
having down appropriation! made by the
republican aenate. Tbete characteristic!
are distinguishing features between the
two partiea. One st. tbe people'!
money, tbe other tquanders and wattes it.
Mr. Kn.RAis rfses to explain that Mr.
Slaria is not a hard bitter, bot that bit
arms are 10' lone it ii difficult to get at
him. Tbe implication is that Mr. Kilrain
was not kn.xked out by tbe Australian,
but that be knocked himee'.f out in bis
efforts to land on the Utters body.
However this may be Siavin is er pTicg
the purse acd the glory of victory white
Kilrain is nursing his tcre bcnes acd d!s
SrnniGPixLO Register: The !ot sec
tion of the Australian ballot reform bill
has been replaced by the proper officials,
and the bill thus perfected has been
surted by the governor, and will be the
law of the land in Illinois after July 1.
Tbe misting section, which occupied just
one page of the cop transmitted to the
governor, it it supposed was accidently
dropped in placing tte two pages to
gether, and was cot missed until tbe bill
was examined by the governor. Tte dis
covery of the omission before the bill
wat approved by the governor permitted
the supplying of the missing lick without
prejudice to the law. Jce practical ap
plication of tte cew system to voficg will
help to secure hccest elections through
out the state a cocs immation devoutly
to be wished.
frobibi ioa aad Clime in lama.
Burhngton Gazute: The prohibition
ists have beeii iven a great ileal of sup
port by a certain diss on the strength of
their claim th&t tte prohibitory ;aw his
been very successful in reducing crime
and lessecicg the cumber cf unfortu
nates in our jiils cr penitentiaries. Tt:s
claim has been oae of the met, meritor
ious of the mscy put fcrth btcause every
body is certainly interested jn this one
object, if in bo other. Tai Gaznte, to
gether with other papers, however, his
from time to time pointed out the false
cess cf the statements mide
by tte prohibitionists atd it cow
remains for a republican edi
tor and one, wti cot so very long ago,
was himself a prohibitionist to give a de
tailed acd explicit stowing up of the utter
failure of prohibition in this one much
vaunted respect. Tte editor is Fred W.
Fsalkes, of tte Cedar Rapids Gazette.
The prohibitionists have not attempted
to deny that cur prisons have contained
and do conuia as many inmates since the
enactment of tbe prohibitory law as be
fore, but they do say that a large per cen
ta;e cf the criminal cli-ses cow are
saloon keepers acd other violators of tte
prohibitory law. If this were true their
claim of a decided decrease in ether
crimes would be well founded. Sys Mr.
Ht-porTf b! VtariirB f.r :h j-nr 1t'm Jo 1,
I4--!. to Jaiie ). 3--T. L" ;i!oI tte tots! Eia
ber of C"v.eis str.: ts lit ;n.i'eL::ir:e Cl.t.z
tbe two year. sl.tr wert- hut tLn t aiorro-ae- per
std cue oerumder. wh!)e tare ere 17i farmer
TLi was dur.t.jr the two yesrs when tbe mot
iiiiuil ilort sini tt bowil? wa icade ! r
tbe etfon ernes: cf tbe Lrohib.tory law. Tbe :it
f eLTit ;nc:ai-a f.r-t vuiitj tf ttiie. a
litre Dtimt.tr if d.il- rDt Imrr of boiLe-. tre
and profe"ion b:rg repreT,ied. even e.ergy
tteri. ed.lor-. doctor, attirtiyp. raT.itaili't btid
ail otnera. irep::tf;. perbap. politician'. Tbe
warden's ri port ff tbe Fort ittdirtm p it-a;!arr
from -rpt 24. 18W, to Jane Ja. 19-t. bow 4..Vl
cocvicu rereiTed; l.K'j were ti-apcnii. l.m.1
were ftoderate and tb oiher" iLtercpera:-. Of
tlit cottici in tb- Fort Mai:'m p ui ttiarr dar
in tbe fory-igbt Tetr jx-ni r' Ttrrd to above.
8-OMt were catie -American, and "biy 4T wtre
foreieter: f'J w re farmer and only aeTen were
aiouo-;''ei"ir I ff-ve ttee ;are i.n'y tj
ebow tbat tbe aaooL-ketff ra do not get in'o tbe
penitentiary f'-r U.e cr.iuta wb'.cb tbey (omniit
If the saloon-keepers do not make up
tbe list of penitentiary Inmates other
criminals mu6l, acd hence prohibition si
a prevent ve of crime is as sank a failure
as it is a preventive to drunkenness
This fact so uniquivocally set for:h. ought
to and doubtiess will cause a great detl
of hard thinking among those who have
o far been led to believe tbe contrary.
General Johnston, who managed to out
live his friend, the enemy, Sherman, by a
lew weeks, was wounded in nearly every
battle, while Sherman and Sheridan got
off with mere scratches. Admiral Nelson
owed his fate to his mania for braving
danger in every form, but in spite of a sim
ilar recklessness Marshal Suwaroff was
wounded only twice, and Frederick tbe
Great only once, when a piece of case shot
unhorsed him in tbe battle of Torcau.
Felix I. Oswald in Philadelphia Times.
A Serviceable Watch.
Father This is your birthday, Bobby,
and here is a watch any boy might be proud
Bobby Are the cases water tibt, papa?
Father Why do you ask that, Bobby f
Bobby I beard yon tell mother you had
lad it in soak many time. Munsey's
ALCOHOL AND DIGESTION.
Experiments Showing That Aleoltel May
Baaten tbe Digestive Proeew.
A physician has recently made tome ex
periments on himself, from which, accord
ing to The Medfcal and Sureical Reporter,
farther knowledge of the effect of alcohol
on digestion is obtained, which contrasts
strongly with the teetotal lecturers experi
ments showing how digestion in a glass
vessel is retarded by alcohol. Dr. Eicben
berg found that a small dose of strong
alcohol e. g., brandy shortens tie time
that food in general, whether animal
or vegetable, or a mixture, remains in
tbe stomach by more than half an hour.
A similar but not quite so mart ed an
effect is produced by a dose of lilubed
hydrochloric acid or mustard. IVpter and
condurantro diminish the lime the f xd re
mains in the stomach by about aqua tier of
an hoar. Beer and an infusion of rl.ubarb
had no effect.
Relative Strength of Men and Women.
- r - - .... ausiiu
ment a French arientiKt has r-r . -1
some experiments for determining how the
average strength of the two sexes corn
wires. The D&lm of the hn! U nlui n
the instrument, and then the greatest
downward pressure which the indityual
can irire is "xrrifi1 nruvn i V.i
thus produced is recorded by the usual
ciotswora aevice. jrary robust met., and
the same number of healthy women, both
belonging to the middle class in society,
with ages varying from twenty-fit e to
forty -five years, were tested in thi" w v t,r
the Paris scientist.'
The strongest man of the companv was
able to produce with his right hind a
pressure equivalent to eighty-five kilo
grams (a kilogram U rather more than
two pound-), an J the weakest to forty kilo
grams, the average being fifty-six kilo
grams. One curious result was arrived at. the
short men were all very nearly as strot g as
the tall men. the average difference be
tween equal croups cf two size being only
The force of the strongest women of the
fiTty who were selected amounted to nly
forty four kilograms, and that of the
weakest to sixteen kilograms, while the
averase was thirty three kilograms. ,
Wrinkles are unnecessary, says an aut icr-itywhofind-tbe'-ecret
for preventing tl.em
in "widely opened childlike eyes." The act
of opening widely tbe upper "lid draws the
skin a!out the lower part of tbe eye taut
A golden rule to prevent wr.nkies: Be
not unduly eiatei. neither be cast do'vn;
emulate tbe sister of char;tv and be alwtvs
Keeping the tempi and mu-cies about
the eves well bathed wita almond meal
aud olive oil, tak.ng care to rub crosswise
f-f the wrinkles, is perhaps the best "sliw
but sure"' remedy m existence.
A silken handkerchief bound together
about the brow and temple is an oii and
gl way to iron out wrinkles made ty
The Tonic Effect of Bathing.
The tonic erTect cf bathing is caused bv
tbecorj-ract.'o cf the -ur.'ace blood v
sels. which tlrives the biood bacK to tbe
larger bi..vd vessels and the bean. Thtse
react and seci the blood nsixj back to
the skin, causing the glow which Jolio-v,
the bath, or ought to follow it. the free n-s-piration
and the vieorou feting cf tie
muscular fr-teo. The Lata should al
ways be followed by friction with thehan I,
a brash or a toweL The frequency wi h
which it should be taken depends entire y
on circumstances. It should be cftn
enough to keep tbe pores open and the sk. n
clean; for the skin does one-third of tl e
breathing, an l if it is dogged the luns
must do tbe work, and they will re over
burdened. As a rule the mere rapidly a
bath is taken the better w.ii be its effects
Csefol Points for People in
Culture and Polish.
The following, from answers given to
correspondents in Harper's Bazar, cover
just sucirpolnts as many people are inter
While the use of "for" or "to" before
the name addressed upon an envelope is
not "dissibeily bad form," it is certainly
unnecessary, and lessens the elegant ap
pearance of a more simple form of ad
dress. It is certaiiiy not nice form to offer
the left hand to an acqnaintance while the
right ts of possible rise.
The receipt of the card from your sum
mer acquaintance leave yfu precisely as if
6he had given you the card in exchange for
yours last summer. If you desire to con
tinue the acquaintance, and are tbe
younger woman, call upon her; if not, wait
for her to call upon you.
Of all things be simple, quiet and natu
ral in your manner; cultivate a soft toned
voice, and do not gesticulate; epeak good
English before you attempt French; the
latter is an accomplishment, the former a
An afternoon tea is the most informal of
entertainments. You may serve your tea
In a special room or all about, as yon find
most convenient. Serve small napkins
with the tea,
A young girl is not supposed to do any
sntertaining in her own name, unless pos
sibly an informal affair where only other
young girls are invited.
Never ask a man twice to call upon yon.
If be does not accept your first invitation
take it for granted that he does not care to
It is better form to ask for a card for
your guest, although you may take Ber to
a tea without that formality.
On a reception day or at a tea you should
leave your cards in the card tray in the
hall ou your departure.
A lady should rise to greet a gentleman
or to bid him fwwell in her own house.
The proposal to correspond should come
from the gentleman.
Xo call is necessary in acknowledgment
of an afternoon tea.
A card left or sent to a tea discharges the
THE JOURNEY OF JOHN BILUNGTON,
John Billinfcm m.Anril 0 rs went fcrth from
ew or leans.
Dressed in a clean white linea salt, a well
frrocmed maf o means.
He wore a pair of russet shoes, a spotless white
A pair of thin silk stockinss, and ac excellent
He traveled up to Birmingham, the mercury
And eo he bocght a woolen coat of good sub
"I hate snperanous track," sars he, "to lug
from day to day.
And so I'll pat the thick coat on and throw the
Then on to Chattanooga flew the limited ex
press: He felt his pantaloons were thin, and skivered
He bought a thick, black woolen pair and still
pursued his quest.
And iooraered cn to Richmond, where he
bought another vest.
When he reached Philadelphia it rained a pour
And henre he foand his russet shoes were poor
things fur the mod:
He boeghl a itont dark leather pair to wade
the watery coat.
And Journeyed onward to New York and
bemght an overcoat.
Next day he went to Boston, the shivers made
The air was cold as Greenland and the snow
was four feet deep:
And bravely did he sailj forth, with chill and
cold half dead.
His overcoat all buttoned np, a straw hat on
A straw hat and an overcoat, a snow storm and
The youngsters cf that classic town all shoct
ing Shoot the bat:"
The tranp concatenation mads the cultured
And young musicians whistled shrill. "Where
did you get that tile?"
He rushed acd bought a seal&kin cap, stopped
ax the "Hub" a day.
And then resumed his Journey on his southern
He came to New York city, found it very sul
And threw away his overcoat, it was too warm
He went to Philadelphia and dropped his seal
He portioned his apparel round to each place
on the map.
Hia coat and vest were scattered on successive
He strewed the lines of longitude with cast off
John Biliington on April twelfth came back to
Dressed in a clean, white linen suit, a well
icroomed man cf means;
He wore a pair ol ruset shoes, a spotless white
A pair of thin sills stockings and an excellent
S. YV. Foss in Yankee Blade.
They Are Different.
"They are an awfully patient people
in this town," he was saying to aa ac
quaintance in a Park row car.
'In what respect!-" queried tbe other.
"Vhy, I've been on these horse cars
fifty times when a team got ia the way
and bothered 'eta half to death. I ex
pected to see the driver heave a brickbat,
but he always took it as easy as grease."
"Yes; Ive seen the same thing. "
"Do you suppose we" J stand" that in
our town? Net much! Why, I was on
the 'bus going over to the depot the other
day.when we met Hank Johnston leadin'
his red cow to the rivtr.
" 'Git cf the f uce of the gk.bef hollered
Dill Ilaynes. tbe driver.
" "I won'tT says Hank.
"With that. Bin put tbe horses and
wagon right at hiroi. The cow W2s
knocked into Joe Turners hedge fence,
with, her nrck broke, and Hank got so
mixed np with the off fore wheel that he
had to have four doctors piece him to
gether." M. yuad iu New York World.
A Veteran of Long Standing.
Mabel Poor fellow'. And so yon axe
a veteran. How long have yon been a
Wandering Waggs Ever since 1 was
a child, miss. Munseys Weekly.
Better Not Said.
Painter Would you believe it? This
is the picture they've thought proper to
reject! m be so bold as to say there are
not twenty better in the whole exhibi
tion: Friend Dear me! Is it such, a poor
academy as that! Punch-
A Single Thought.
She Do yon ever see Mr. and
Chapley sir.ee their marriage?
He Oh, yes; it is a case of two souls
with but a single thought.
She How lovely!
He Yes, she married a dude. New
Squiggs What has the worse taste in
Squaggs Castor oil.
Squiggs Get out! Castor oil isn't to
be compared with the man who wears a
sack coat and high hat. Life.
Tailora wanted at Hoppe'a.
Highest of all in Leavening Power.
Come in everybody and call on us whether vou
wish to buy or not; we will treat you right. Come
see our goods and compare prices. We are satisfied
we can suit you. We carry no trash, only first-class.
strictly reliable goods, which we guarantee. We buy
our goods direct from the factory for spot cash, and
BOSTON SHOE STORE,
1623 Second Ave., Rock Island.
All Gcoils Marked in Plain Figures. Stbictly Oke Pbicz.
A THRILLING NARRATIVE.
Tale of a Tonne Navlrator
Easily Told Than nelieeed.
There was an acquisition to the select
circle at the corner grocery. lie was a tall,
cadaverous looking individual, with ahy,
drocpicg cars, gobelin blue eyes, and a
pale, wan nose. The crowd immediately
fcized Lira np aa a man with a history, and
he was afced to contribute something for
the edification of those present.
His eyes wandered, with a far away ex
pression, over the faces of the men (grouped
around him, and then he said he would re
late an incident that occurred while he was
at sea. about fifteen years ago.
'I was born.' Le began, '"at Portsmouth,
cf rich but honest parents. My father
owned a lice of steamships, and, as I was
passionately fond of the water, he said he
would put me in command of a steamer as
soon as I was old enough, if I would start
at the bottom and learn all there was to be
learned abont navigation. I ciadly accept
ed his proposition, and at the ase of fifteeu
was installed on one of the boats as cabin
hoy. From that position I w. promoted,
as soon as capable, to the different posts,
until at iat I reached that of captain.
'"Then my father, to my (rreat joy, gave
me command of the Sea Hawk, one "of the
trimmest vessels ia his service. It was a
proud day for uie when I started on my
first trip across the Atlantic. I had made
several suece-sful trips, and as the season
was about to clo?e it was decided that my
nest one vss to be my last. It was, but
hardly ia the sen.-e my father meant it. On
this passage we had a very small number
of passengers, a the weather was quite
disagreeable. We got off a'l right, and
had been out abut four days when the
barometer indicated that we were to have
some ugly weather, and it was not mis
taken. . .
"I have seen storms in my life, but never,
I think, one equal to that which, about
midnight broke upon us with all the un
bridled fury of the elements. The waves
reached a height that would seem incred
ible to one who had never been in a storm
at sea, and our vessel was tossed abont as
though it had been a chip. Suddenly there
was a vivid flash of lightning; ten, above
the terrible tumult of the roaring waves,
above the shrieks of passeagers, came the
most soul terrifying clap of thunder it has
ever been my misfortune to hear. Imme
diately foJioTfing a great crackling of tim
Eers was heard amidships, and a yawning
chasm appeared ia the center of the boat.
We had been struck by lightning.
"In another Instant the ship, with a fear
ful plunce. settled rapidly and sank from
view, carrying every mortal on board with
her. I had been stand in g near the rail,
and when I saw we were about to sink I
leaped upon the bulwarks and sprang into
the water as fcir from tbe vessel a possible
to avoid being drawn down with her. I
was fortunatefy successful. IKiw the sight
passed. I know not. When the morning
dawned there was not a vestige of either
vrrect or human, beings. 1 was alone upon
the broad bosom of the AtRwtic, with not
so much as a straw ta cling to and a thou
sand miles from lanck"
Ilere the narrafor paused and gazed con
templatively into the stove. His audience
sat wfth bated breath, staring at him with
" hat did you do ' one of the
asked in awestrack tones.
"Oh," answered the stranger, "I
- - And, accompanied by his breath, he went
forth into the still, chilly night. The
crowd in the store was mute for fully ten
minutes. Then one of them softly whis
tled, "And you wink the other eye." Chi
my and Costs.
First Prisoner What kfnd of a time
did yon have in the police court this
Second Ditto Fine. Washington
TJ. S. Gov't Frrjort. Aug. 17, 1889.
tocIs ISTow O per)
our prices as low as the lowest.
SnrpfrrpcUtSTABUSHE0 1861 J "83 St
BOrGtLiiM ChlCKigo, Ills. I ClarkS
Ihe Rbu12T Oid-fciaiiiiheL
iv- duvcipiku wn CHPrrwi
ACT tr jiiil Tr;! -.- tHr G-e atest
1 SKIT T. ?M MTPrcKS
Gallic, KarrciB er?riTt2l!i:eHses.4
WNERVOV3 DEETLITV. Lit: Mas
rood. Fs-::.-p f.ts-.ory, Er-.jsti.-j Drains,
Terr:fc!e Drums. Keai sr.; Avhe a-d an
tr.tefT:.'t rv t-early dect; i--c pe:ru-j CCD
.cmrticcr Iiaci:y, :rr:-a s. :.-.t.c ty z-tw
rtevh-jd .:h rrv;r-u..nr vcces
?-SYPHILIS ani tl! fcti E'.SZi ad Skis
E. seises rermrertty cu-ed.
a-KiENEY si URINARY ccxt'.ilrs.
Cieet, Gonorrhoea. Stricture. Vcricocele ar.d
all dtieiies cf :he Ges:to-Vr ri-y L-r?n c-jred
prtrr.r-r-v w.Jiout n.-rj- to it:.-., Kidneys r
7"No ercerimerts. Are sr.d exreriecce
irr.rorrcnt. ccrsu.ta .:cn :ree ar.a e
Firty Veirs Prar-.ict era1 lt I r. C
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an:.- Car in :i C-rarV Ci Erj-n.t.
wrojols. V.hiIK. H'a'Mt-r sn1 Ki'ts-r Iti.
se, I.mrttrrhij'S acii l n:a!r T.-f-'ji J-. I.Ut-r
tomplaint. alarrh. ail fciiA.-!. kia 2rd r-
No rr.a-.:r who has frilei to cure yes write
Dr. C '. i -h a ii'. hi:cry cf .-.:? cs?e" K:c:s.
b :s i : Sniavs. s 10 :2. Ca:i ca cr acdreis
F. D. CLARKE, M.D.,
186 So. Clark St.. CHICACO. ILL.
TVe l:-ve t-tlvvted mrxJ arv dp exhibiting In our
Largest and Most Complete Stack cf
to be found uoder co reef
Over FOUR HUNDRED f400'i
Lt f .fccus. tnitirusng the Finest Instruments
made by Uw
factories, may he seen ia thli sloe, irfcile our prices
are the lowest offered by any bouse in tne business.
IT WII.I. PAY TOI to vllt Chicago at an
- eariy dale and inspect onr stack.
If yon are ot prepared to pav ell canta new e
will make iLe terms as ewv aa yba cun rvasouablT
inn inrcrmatf-n as to .fvcia( tnrpiim anrt tpretal
term funiisbed to corns pons ents. AdUrw
t.f b TIP. ELY
by tbe w ol
Abdominal Belt End Umbilical Trass
toy wbica a fl-rr surport Is s-.Ten to the ssdetcen. la
r.ably du&i&iabar ;ta size, thfrftby roT.ng lbs form
scd sSordi&s' comfort and safety.
SEELEY'S HARD-RUBBER TRUSSES
Will retaia tte most difficult" forms of HEEMA or
with comfort snd afety. tbsteby exsnBlstinc a ntdirml
rtare af all enable eaaaa. lsnperrf eas to meUMare,
may be ated in batbane: aad ntila erle-lly to
ltrm mf IjedT, are worn vitbout iBCoowtneoee by
ue roeneest child, moat delicate lady, or the labor
Bf maiv aveUllne all aeur, a weal . paxldrd uit
prrtaeaateeae. bmi LIC.UT, CUOL, CLKA.N
l.Y and always reliable.
tr Tbe Correct and Skillful Mechanical Treatment of
HERNIA OR RUPTURE A SPECIALTY.
EITHER IN PKRON OK BT M All
s' Tzaaa Rrynnicn-PtiV s. I. erom. D. Jfam
Atm, Hiiva farkwr, V. H. '' f, Itr. Ttmmat ti,
Mortam, aad Smfmm of Iks C. S. Armf amj Ar.
sr atecftistcal Trsstracsf si Mersli sr Rsslsrs. tH
Price Lilt," with Qfoatration. and diiectious fue sell
mtaaon inent. mailed on spplicatian.
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msT a forms on
fin t GEO. P.
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I'M VllrS MtasM aa
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medical treauuent can - nai ; ri
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189 W:om;n Stsee', WilWAUKEE, '
-ALL KINDS OF-
Cast Iron Work
done. A specialty of famisilrj &L. klri
cf Stores with Castitjs st 3 etuis
A MACHINE SHOP
tas been sfided wiere all klnit of Ciii-te
work will be done irst-claf .
NINTH ST. AND 7th AVE.
DOWNING BROS. i Propts.
BEST AND CHEAPEST
jyThe only Paint House in tbe city.
R. M. WALL,
1612 Third Arec-f.
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Sash, Doors. Blinds, Siding. Floo:.-$
and all kinds of wood work for builders.
Eighteenth St., bet. Third and Fourth ares.
HENRY G. SCHAFFER
SOFT AND HAKD
Office 14S Second avenue, corner Fifteef h
Telephone No. 103a.
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