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THJE ABGU& WEDNESDAY, JUJL.Y 1 1891.
Published Daily and Weekly at 1634 Be coed Av
enue, Rock Ieland, 111.
J. W. Potter.
Tiuir Dally, 60c per month; Weekly, 4.00
All communications of a critical or argumenta
tive character, political or religious, man have
real name attached for publication . No each arti
ticlei will be prioted over fictitious miniatures -Anonymons
communications not noticed.
Correspondence solicited from every township
I a Kock Island county.
BOSTON SHOE sToM;;
1 - A
Wednesday. Jct.y 1, 1881.
A ton of tomatoes as tbey come from
the field, it is estimated, will fill fiom 400
to 540 cans.
Within 30 days 50.000,100 bushels of
wheat will be harvested in the mortgage
ridderj 'state of Kansas.
' According to figures furnished by the
Ottnmwa Press 11.200 day leaves that
city for its supply of beer and liquor at
wholesale, shipped there from ouuide the
state and the loss of much money to out
side manufacturers from whom it does
not return is gradual'y sapping the yi
tality from the spirit of enterprise. That
money could not be retained at heme to
be expended in legitimate chances of
Ottumwa and Iowa trade and in building
up and improving the city and Iowa, but
for the prohibitory law. That is on!y" a
circumstance when the cities of the wuo'e
state are considered.
Private Intervnt v. IMiMip W, Irar-.
"The Davenport Democrat has the fol
lowing editorial con;mett3 pertaining to
the Monday night meeting of the Busi
ness Men's association in that city:
The meeting held by the Davenport
Business Men's association Monday even
ing was not too late to acnoinplish good;
but it would have been better if held
weeks ago. During this period of silence
the enemies of public improvements Iiave
been getting in their work. They have
not, it is true, asked commercial bodies
to help them, nor have they invited the
newspapers to their councils.
The facts in the case are simple and
easily understood. The Forty-first con
gress appropriated $500,000 to begin
work on the Illinois and Mississippi c&n il,
and it was specified in the act tut work
should begin at or near the western ter
minus of the waterway. Tbere was no
opposition so far except from Mu'ine,
which is not to be considered in the pres
ent status of affairs. The corps of en
gineers, beaded by Capt. Marshall an J
Assistant Engineer L. L. Wheeler, aft-r
the fullest possible surveys, reenmmscded
that the canal be constructed on the south
side of Rock river rather than on the
north side of that stream. This recom
mendation was approved by tbe secretary
f war and the order given to bogin
At this point a band of land owners on
e north side of Rock river near Milan
ceived a scheme which they are now
ig to carry out. Nominally tbe
me is to secure a revocation of the
r to begin work and hive tbe loca
j of route changed. This enrusa is
pportd only by those who hope to
profit either through the advance in the
price of land or in tbe development of
water power at government expense.
On the other band it is opposed by every
reasonable consideration. Id the first
place the engineers say tbey have selected
tbe best line for the canU The secre
tary of war emphasizes tbtir position by
endorsing it. When private acd inter
ested citizens assume to dictue tht th;
line selected is not tbe best one they in
sult the intelligence of the engineers and
of those burner in authority- It is a
piece of audacity and the secretary of
war has already shown uncommon cour
tesy In taking any notice of tlie alleged
claiaaaAfcup by the party of pp- cula-
It does not pake the slightest difference
to the peopleof Iowa, of Illinois. r !
the nortbwesi. whether the c-inal goes 03
one side of tpe river or the other. Tliey
care absolutely nothing fur personal end.
And it is not common for any privtte
interests to stand in tue wiy of public
The result of thi plot is not hard to
see- I: pu's arguments in th;: hinds of
the opponents of the etna', ar.:uni'n"s
whica they will use when the n con
gress is as-ked to hporopnatc money to
continue work . Pub'ic s n ivnent in tUs
locality, on both sides of the rivir, oai'tn.
to be heard in out fapoken indignation
against whit bus been done. The do
ing of a lobbyist-attorney to Washington
had nothing to warrant it but p rsun-.il
gain and greed. It is hoped that the ac
tion of the Davenport Business Men's as
sociation will lie followed by similar or
ganizitions in Rock Island, Milan. Gine
seo. Muscatine and other towns und cities,
in order that the dep ir'ment at Washing
ton may be fully informed as to the cxk t
state of affairs. Th-it triis national work
with half a million dollars at cmtnamt
ready to becin op: rations should be de
layed through the misrepresentations of
an" one man or any body of men is not
t . be thoueht of.
The Ladies Se:;gb;d.
The pleasant effect and the perfect
safety with which ladies may use the
liquid fruit laxative. Syrup of Figs, under
all conditions make it their favorite
remedy. It is pleasing to the eye and to
the taste, gentle, yet effectual in acting
on the kidneys, liver and bowels.
Mr. Clark, to the public: I wish to say
to my friends and the public, that I re
gard Chamberlain's Colic, Cboltra and
Diarrhoea remedy as the best preparation
in use for colic and diarrhoea. It is tbe
finest selling medicine I ever handled, be
cause it always gives satisfaction. O.
K Clark, Orangeyille, Tex. For sale by
Uartz & Bahnsen, druggists.
Being a sufferer from chronic catarrh,
-and having derived great benefit from the
use of E'y's Crearr. Balm, I can highly
recommend it. Its sales are far in excess
of all other catarrh remedies. B. Frank
en, druggist, Slgourney, Iowa.
Pczzoni'a Complexion Powder pro.
educes a soft and beauiiil skin; it com-
A Well Known Rodent Famous for Its
Long; Spines or Quills.
The body of the "oorenpfhe is covered
with long amines." These Bpfnes are yery
formidable weanons. Wnen the"no"rcu-
pine' ifrmotested it raises iCsqffills"and
bacKs Wttjdly upon its enemy, who "often
finds it by no means easy to avoid the on
set of the enraged animal. Tbe wonnds
caused by the spines are sometimes very
serious. Tbe quills, like all hairs, are
shed and renewed, and tKose that are
abont to be shed are so loose that when
they pierce the skin of any victim they
often remain firmly fixed in the wound.
Then by mefms of their structure they
gradually work their way 'deeper and deep
er into the flesh. Sometimes ' one of these
spines has been known to cause the death
of the wounded animal by finally pierc
ing some vital part.
AN ESKAGED POUtUPIXE.
The porcupine inhnbits runny countries,
such as southern Europe, Afrtei and la
din. Another porcupine, called the Ursou,
or Oumdian porcupine, is found in Xorth
America. It is not so thickry armed with
spinos ;m the animal about which we have
just been speaking; for, except upon the
tail, the quills, are so deeply buried among
the Iohl; hair that they are scarcely visible.
The tail, however, is closely set with short
spines, and forms a very eiTeotive weapon,
the animal strikfug it. sharply against any
foe which may niole.-t it. Tlie ursonv is a
very destructive animal in its native for
ests. It feed upon the bsrk of trees. Be
ginning ut the upper brandies, it descends
by degrees tu the lower, until the tree is
entirely stripped. In this manner great
numb'M of trees are killed by these ani
mals. How Jane Studied Grammar.
It is a pathetic sight, to watch the me
andering of the childish mind through the
intricacies of English grammar. Little
Jane had been repeatedly reproved for
doing violence to the moo-Is and tenses
of the verb "to be." She would say "I
be'' instead of "I am," and for a time it
would seem as if no one could prevent it.
Finally Aunt Kate made a rule not to
answer an incorrect question, but to wait
until it was corrected. One day the two
sat together. Aunt Kate busy with em
broidery, ami little Jane over her dolls.
Presently doll society became tedious, and
the child's attention was attracted to the
"Aunt Kate," said she, "please tell me
what that ingoing to be." Llut Aunt Kate
was counting und did not answer. Fatal
word, le! It was her old enemy, and to it
alone could the child ascribe the silence
that fallowed. "Aunt Kate," she persist
ed, with an honest attempt to correct her
mistake, "please tell me what this is goin;
tHill mmtie sat silently counting, though
her lip curled with amusement.
Jane sighed, but made another patient
effort. "Will you please tell me what
there is going to are?" Aunt Jane count
ed on. perhaps by this time actuated by a
wicked desire to know what would come
next. The little girl gather.."; her energies
for one last and great eliart, and said,
"Aunt Kate, what am that yoing to are?"
V.'hat do I lie;;r,
1'V, ti, to, turn?
V.'hy. the little bnzzlng
Mo-'iUitot-s have cnim.
Tin y i.ru out there tryii.
To crawl ln-tween
Tb" wire Ka i:-.e
Of the wiiulrjw screen.
The must have --: i
The btdUme LgLl,
And the little Kirl
In nUtiitgnwu white,
F. r tiii y hum,
"nh. isn't the ilarling sweet?
I'd like her ! eat.
I'd Ii'ie 1 1 -T- t'i 1 :'t"'
Little Mcu and Women.
Ilnrotll)', Irrcu und Iill.
" T- 7jj- 7
each iia r.rr.N told to sit still
Iorot;iy, IlorciL- anrl liill,
Laeli Ins beuu told to sit stilL
"Do not peep
Around to see
Ii' others lehuvo.
As well a thee.
Uut fuli.thy hands
1'jHia thy tuee.
And be as good
A good can be."
Don't yon think it must be jolly wheu the rain
To bo a littlo duck? becau-x) a duck can't
And though the showers fall as if a sea had
They ouly trickle off him, and he cant get
Don't yon think it must be jolly when the dust
To bo a flittiiii swallow in the deep blue sky?
l or all he has to do is just to beat his little
And up above the dusty carta his light form
Don't you think it must be jolly when the sun
To.be like the gliding fishes in a sea graen '
For they never can be thirsty, and they always
must be cool.
And they haven't got to dress themselves in
r-1 BiB i mjL
. 1 ii0?hlc:lE wooL
"Arrah, but it'B foine toimes they're
a-Jiaviu' dowr there at taa openin' of the
new hotel 1 here goes the fourth man
they've chucked out o" that same window
inside an hou.-. Life.
The Johnnie Charlie Letters.
Mister EbirvR Wen u go about in
Jfoo York u see so inenny funny things
and peeple, in jstly wimmen. Sum wim
men walks crrpund with doods, with
glass ize, others has little puppies led by
a string, and turn has grate big dogs big
gern a kaf, with a mouth that is bigger
than a travtllin valise when it smiles
the drab pug dog is the ugliest, but the
wa they luv lini is a sin, his tale kurls
The ritch 'viinmen that ride in kar
ridges have a footman on the box hoo
wears a kot- with brass buttuus, und
who looks as if he was ded so dignifide
is he his parts are so tite he kant wink
his ize, and how he gets them off i dont
no he sleeps ia them I reckon. His pale
kam legs lool: as ft they was immovable
and karved o iter one peece of wood tb.ey
are jointless. Mebby them legs are made
of celluloyd i dont no.
Wen the ritch young ladies go to
church they is followed by another foot
man who an imported acksent, and
was entered at the kustom hows as a
work of art he has mutton chop wisk'ers,
and karries the ladie's preyer bctok he
also has a kc kude on his hat vrich looks
A fifth avenoo belle going 2 church
ou last sundi y had more flours on her
bozoin than wud have filled the inside
of a texis -cow she had 2 karry so
inenny flours praps thats the reeson she
is tired and the inglish servant had 2
tote here pr yer book she shood have
made him tcte tlie flours as he was the
strongest an 1 she the book, but that
wood not have bin in good form.
Says mar 2 par wy do they maik such
fools of then selves bekos they aip they
inglish says par. As I told u bel in Rome
you doo as the romanists do and intXuo
York yon doo as the inglish do more next
time. JohmiieChaSe in Texas Sittings.
This is the s- ao:i of the year
Wheuwln oi lets.outan.1 small boysswarm;
Tbe umltie I'-.-acli will soon he Lure,
Atnl i-oiic n its swellest form.
The festive nicker sTin will IK'P.
The :n',it tKtoi will expbwlo.
The ilrajtiri' i-i-t his nrmnal crop,
Tlie ii.K:ti:- reap where lit tutb sewed.
This is the t me when icemen Mow,
Anil hokl heir noses hi-b ia air:
No longer ll t-y the iliiinlx.-rs kn ivf,
But hibnnb with the milliouuirti.
The bee now flits from flower to flower.
With iuciiieDtai trips elsewhere:
Anil when he demonstrates hia power
lrofaii:ty pervades the air.
Now 00 the Tat men's pfilishefl domes
The flies tUeir annual .May test hold:
Sweet cradi.afes now write their "pairjes"
About the Newness of the Old.
Olu summer has its rare delights
(Althouch nioqiiitoos are in hl.tomi.
For irls wi h ire cream appi'tites.
Ht-U'jath Le bvlts there's "lo;s of room."
St. Louis Ui'nublic.
"rig;ifi iT ''I-aiut in It Ited."
Many st-wies have bc-n told, each
chiiiaingto give the ti!-i,-in of the fxpres--fcion
'-iiainting it rod." and to s, well the
list I will t--il another. 1 think n.ino is
the ri;ht o le. Away back in the fifties
racing wa? tin; most exciting feature of
river lift', and whenever an uj'i.ormnity
was riven for the f.jiort every man on
the boats voul 1 prepare for the contest
as if their livsMepctnid on the n-snlt.
Cpon ent- ring a race the first order of
the captain would be, '"Paint her red.
boys;" Tij the firemen. Then tlie coal
would lie leaped on until the furnaces
glowecT like suns, and their
glare con d be seen for miles ahead 01
the dark river. Then "Taint it red'
grew to mean simply a glorious good i
time, tith -r ou water or land, with us
rivermen. The pat espreMiion Fyiread
quickly, v.nlil now you eee what it is
almost un versal. Interview ia St. Louis
AVhat Is Elertric Euerjy?
Tlie iJe i that tk-ctricity Cows through
a wire m i :iewh;it as water flows through
a jiii is l.ki l.y to pos awaj", a reasons
appear io: In-lieving that the energy is
nut trail? milted by tlie wire at all, bnt
by the tti Touudiii ether. Iu some experiment-
by Professor J. J. Thomson
the velocity of electric disturbances
along a wire strrroended by air waa
nearly d-mltle the velocity along the
same wii e surrounded by 'sulphur, and
the velocity of the discharge through, a
vacmmr tube fifty feet long wa?" com
parable v-ith' thaf of light. The concln -sion
is tait the; conductor merePf guides
the ditieh.irge impelled through the ether.
Arkans aw Traveler.
Orange ice at Kreil & Math's; try a
Highert of all in Leavening Power.
Come in everybody and call on
wish to buv or not; we will treat vou rip-ht Com
see our goods and compare prices. We afesatisfied
we can suit you. We carry no trash, only first-class,
strictly reliable goods, which we guarantee. W e buy
our goods direct from the factory for spot cash, and
will GUARANTEE our prices as low as the lowest.
AW Gcods Marked in Plain Figures. Etcictly Oke Price.
Fourth cf Ja!y CtUb.aticn on Big Inland.
Persons going to the Milan celebration
or Bi Islatd can go and return on Rck
Island t Pe-,ria train, as follows:
Go s. KTt'itvixn.
Lv. To.k Island f:lm Lv. B:ft lla d 7 40 a.m
.i:l'a 111 1 : tsji.ni
. ,-ip.ui" 4 -':i-ri
:45 " " " Mil '
T:tr. " H !. "
i:15 " ; ' 10 10 "
TliC-s'; train? ail start from tbe R. I. &
P. depot, foot of Twentieth street, ard
Mon both coil g ani rtturcir.L', at C, li.
& Q. dejict, foot of Mecnih street, arid
at jyiow shops, on Sixtn rireel, and Und
pa-stcjitrs d:rect! n Bit; IsNn.l. Fare
10c. U. MOCKHOVSE.
For the seventh annul rtga"ta of the
I ;wh S'ate Amsteur Rowicg association
to be hel.1 at S; irit Li&e, Iowa July 14
acd 15 1S91, the Bdriinctoc, Cedar Rap
ids & Northern railway wiil spl excursion
tickets, fiom Oavecport to Sjji:it Like at
h r-ite ot 0 fi.r the rourd trip. Tickets
wiil be on sh1- July 1. 11. 12 13 and 14,
1?91. Cii-dl to teti rn until July 20. IS'Jl.
The Iowa S('e Amateur Rowing esso
ciation is composed of rowing c ubs from
all tbe pr.rcipil cities in the s ate, ard
the Seventh annual regatta will be .ne of
tbe leading amateur nrq'iHtic even's in
ia the United States. TLe grand eriCmfi
Dient of Iowa Knights leinplar.i ind
their festal week, will also rcour at the
Lake at the same titr:c. For tine of
trains and other pectnl iuformatioa call
on any ticket agent of ibis company, or
addrtss the uudersiizned.
J. E Hanxegan, Gen. ticket and Pass.
Ex tuilil Batd v;a C. It- 4 Sr. P. B- R-
For the annual coo vi.'ution Young Peo
t'lt'a Society of Ciirtsiitn Eorleivor to l.e
held hi Minneapolis July 9 to 12. tni C,
M. & ft. P. riilway will sell escursion
tickets at opf fare for round trip. T.cke's
on sale J jH 7 to 9; return tickets w;".i be
Boodociyon tr:,tus leaving Miunoipolis
Ja)v 12 to 1 irc'usive F. r Hie tenfif,
of jhose wisbir t ic'um after July 15
arr iUgerr.ents svil; tie n, ide for tie dv
posn of tickets for ! kti-tiinc. until
such "iti.e r.s parties r.i iv wish tv r turn,
but n..,t later t':.n A it. 25.
E. I) V. lioi.MKS. Ag-nt.
Vw Sa.!. F;cr:!i cj Ji.T.
T:f Ciictti;i K tk II i".fl & F-tt-ifi
railway u ill n.il ucSt-'.s hi tiu u-i.t: r;
du 'ed tn.it-, for 10 ;r.(! T'1.. ex? jrsi r. n ,r-
tics for nation! boliil v warns. .-
I J-e mti :i 1 1 i f e or ki,Iv "o hny lrk l
cent .f ttie Ore t lt '. l; :.-n.U'
Bjsiin: lor ta'cs ti:.i Urn t ,,f :Uke-l '.
i. fcT. .JOIIX, U U 1 .li.n.i
J OHM SEBAS1IAN,
G-.-n'i Tkt. & A:rt
F-innc tf July Ba".e nQ ite fi. I. & pj i'y.
Is a fare and one-third for rounl t ip.
Tickets to be sold July 3 an1 4; r;o)i (or
return until and iDcludinc Julj (i j
Speci-il train on Cttbie branch .T). y 4:
leaves Rock Island 8:13 a. m., nrrijv "a at
Cubie ht 9:3il a.m. RptnroiDiri WaTe
Cable C;!J0 p. n., R tfT CKnoc.
U -n.Tk'i. At.
For the annualaieeting of tbe Voung
People's ccietv ot- Vhnstian Erdouvor,
which is to be Leid &t Minneapo .is on
July 9 to 12. tbe Burlington. Cedar
Rapids & Northern n.ilwy will mks a
rate of one fare for tbe round trirj. For
dates of sale, f'.rtn of tickets, ri es of
fare, aDd full particulars. calVon tr ad
dress ny ticket aeem of this rompacv.
J. E. Hannegan. Gen'l Tk't. &pats. Agt.
Tbe soft plow of the tea roe 3 ac
quired by ladies who use Pozzoni's Com
TJ. S. Gov't Rr port, Aug. 17, 1889.
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1623; Second Ave.,
Snrprrroc!lSTA3LlSKE3 135! i 180 Gt
CaevLKb., Ci,ictg0t liis.lCiarkS
u ' n U s'. ll T jatlrr ''. i the frr-Utt
SKILL and SUCCESS
Ur-VERVOUi DEBTLITV, Lort Man
hcoc. Fa Memory. :-:-,Kust .ng Drains,
Tcrr:b!s V rca-.iS, ricd a:. J Ac lie 'i a:i
tht.T;. ; e.u l to early otay a..u : e:h.-Ccn
rcmpticr. ir r.san::y, i ...uj c.iacai.y ly new
meih '.U w r f g t-Tc. e-c
rS-SYFHILiS 1 iV- b'.d Slocd arc Skin
Diseases pern- snsntv cr; i.
KIDN Y and' VuiNARY crrmU:ntst
G.eet, Gonor.-i.oes, Stricture, Varicocele end
aU disease cf the fcer.ito-Vr n.: Of-n cured
No experiment-.. -r,-' t-xC'ence 't
impcrtint. Cor.su. ration "re- ti..tV
iAli f-ii'vro'.t-r.r' i- m- ;r"."e j
Forty Yc-Ar Pr active n ' T . '-A7r v'i' hf-ar.tt!-
C-:rf it ,11 'nMe C;. - -iT Kf."wa.
Si-rcfnla. ':t:is. liinttjtr anl Kihttv Iis
ea'N. I.ncurrlfa ami if--ii;a!- 1 r'.ul'li-.. I.iwt
louipl.iint. iafaniu ail lUumU U:n cr.d Ner
No niitttr ,,-.no has f;.iled to cure yaw. wiite
Dr. CI; rUe a fill history cf our rife. Houts,
S :c b ; Sundavs, 9 to 22. " Ca.i cn or acdrtss
F. C. CLARKE, K.D.,
186 So. Clark St.. CH'CACO. ILL.
Ve bave .seltctttl an:l are now exbibUinj in our
Largest and Most Complete Stock cf
to te ffund uiider coe rof
Over FOUR HUNDRED UO0
Etw i'luous, tQ-Lra jins ilie 1 iucat instruuivuxa
b? -m!r ft.;. stx wv;-c rp.r prices
PAY Yrr t. r!!t ( !.lcj.;o it a:i
If y'ii are ! t
u.- you ca:: rciiStiuaLl
1 1 j culrtrt;KJiivieuts. .VuUit-3
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b? rrriT"! V r : !
i:tved Ly tie ue elf ,J
tj Trbich a Srrr. sni; i-t n f't.-'O t.- tbe thf.nr.en,
f.L:v diaamkur itp nz". trcriby uaiuovuitf lb Ipmi
SEELEY'S KftRD-RUBBER TRUSSES
lii ra-ia tUc most d Ji;-r.li f niw of H KliN 1 or
with comfort and r.
tfrvhv pom tlfl inu arndirnl
pure oi all curabie
may be u--d in bi
i?: and liK'.nir ri-t ii
with-'tnt inconvf-nwr.ee ly
form f tioflv
ttie youofteitt chil
dm diicst Udy, or the lDor-
Jt and iwy rfi utile.
F r Th Correct p A Nci'.lfif Mechanic Trptmetit of
HERNIA Crl R'J?TURE A SPECIALTY.
EITHER IV FKKOX OK BV 1H.UI..
41 YSARS RrfoiENCES: Pr H. l. fir, '. Hay
"ifW, ni'l.irxifr' riT. IT. B. r-lnfal, Itr. Thiimnt I,.
MoutJ'"i S4fffii'rro' ofllr V. Jf. Army ai.d .Nor.
WlM Lilt." with illuiM ratify nl Qirecuuu.
ZTfeEEL" Ttu. aa . ,u i.a su, Pfcu. P
1 1 I V ,rhere udver- iinfll irAR!If I.
us wheWr yd
TO. THE 'AFFLICTED!
ni'dtcal treatment can be ban rfr-.-a.-
eitr:rc8uf The reru"hemrt O..Pie
wt nri'l lliHO l r trnil'k-.-. etc., wiii flnU n.f '
' in'atmii a ftif, 4 'rt;i;n ard pnt
n f cureilitaNivf -ntlnn-nts. Ir Vi'Vli.iLn, 1
(iiH'aws for runny ywir. pro 1 J V
In-. I l:isf!lls win ii mt oiriTtiV tip'it M i
I "i'-ttt-d iirjrans.aml rf!Kure v;eiH hi it I
I iJ ;tnSl'.T.:il' :l MtNticiTM S. a) ti'C j tr Ii"! ,
cint(J"ttiri;;iMnt iuirenlrr ki-.r? .0
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CpCptpjrt 11 pi l.iriheKMm-vsoiiclBiadJjTCtiro!.
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