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THls, AJKUUtt. I PBIDAY, J UJLY 17 191.
,- ; THE Al.GUS.
PnbUehed Daily and Weekly at 1M Second At
eoue. Rock Irland, 111.
J. W. POTTER.
Turns Daily, 50c per month; Weekly.- $8.00
All eommnnlcatlotii of a critical or argnmenta
tlTe character, political or religious, man have
real name attached for publication No each arti
tlclea will be printed over flctitiona iignatarea
ADonvmoaa communication not noticed.
Correspondence solicited from every township
i a Kock Island county.
Friday, July 17, 1881.
The Itata pays $500 fine for giving
Uncle Sam the slip,' but it cost him
. f 25,000 to catch her. But be won in his
fight for principle as be does in every
stand be bas taken since be beacme a
power among the nations of the earth.
The republican press throughout the
Eleventh congressional district is jut
now engaged in lauding the public spirit,
energy and accomplishments of Hon. W.
U. Geet, both as a congressman and pri
vate citizen. And at the same time re
. flections are thrown out against his suo
cessor in congress for imagined neglect
of duty for not being at borne to relieve
Mr. Gett of the great load of responsi
bility which be is supposed to be carry
ing around gratuitously on bis shoulders.
Whether or not tbia is an attempt on the
part of the partisan editors to convince
Mr. Gest of the uc justness of bis asser
tion following last fall's election
la regard to bis "ungrateful constit
uents," we are unable to state, but they
certainly display a woful lack of perspica
city in their fulsome praise of the ex
congressman as a disinterested worker
for the public good. His efforts to
change .the Hennepin cinal route from
that reported and endorsed by the govern
ment engineers is in direct antagonism to
general sentiment, and as this is the only
public matter in which be bas displayed
any zeal, we fail to see where he deserves
any credit. It is charitably presumed,
however, that Mr. Ges. is actuated by a
desire to help certain of his personal
friends who hve more than casual inter
est in the "northern" route, and who no
doubt would fully appreciate the gentle
man's services in their behalf.
Instead of obeviDg the law and sur
rendering to them the enormous profits
he tx tort s or expects to extort from the
American people, he intimates Carnegie
and the other protected Plutocrats; puts
bis thumbs in his buttonholes and de
clares that no one else shall run his busi
ness. If be were competent, to have a busi
ness and run it, wby did he not say so
Sooner instead of going to congress and
demanding that the American people
should rnn it By submitting to taxes for
which there was no other demand? Hav
ing done that, he stultifies himself when
be talks of "my business" as if it were a
prlyate affair. Under the McKinley tariff
it is nothing of the kind. It is the prop
erty of the commune under tbe republi
can communism of tariff sudsidies and
bounties. His employes have a right to
rnn it to tbe extent of forcing hi in to give
up to mem an me law auows, ana me
- tariff laws, according to bis own interpo
lation, allows them what be gets as tbe
difference between a fair price for what
lie vcija buu a ui&u laitu uiuuuiiuij pine
They will never get rid of him, it is
true, but bis knowledge of their lack of
ability to do so does not juslify him in
nrptpnilinf that he has built un & busi
L. I . b. . b. . ., I r. .....
ness by bis own energy and enterprise or
that he bas earned what be intends to
Early last spring Prof. Forbes, state
entomologist, stationed at the university
of Illinois, at Champaign, received from
the Smithsonian institute at Washington,
a few of tbe larvte of a parasite found
only in Europe, and claimed to be de
structive to the Hessian fly. He under
took experiments upon these lan a' to
see whether they would prove destruc
tive to the insect here, and if so, in what
degree. In order to determine this a
small patch of wheat on tbe university
farm, about one yard square, was en
closed in a box so arranged that the
grain could have light, air and water to
grow. A cocs'derable number of Hes
sian flies and the larvu- of the parasite
mentioned were put in and the box so
closed that they could not escape or other
insects get in, and thus the experiment
. was begun.
, The larva' have at last batched out and
are flouriahinp well. Thev am almnat a
microsdbpical insect and seem to bave
been created solely to prey upon tbe Hes
sian fly. They are a neatly formed,
wf p-shaped little mite and are sup
plied with a a sharp ttinz or auger.
With unerring instinct tbey find tbe
nl are where the Ilpnnian flv has laid its
egg under the busk of the straw, and,
boring down into it, the parasite lays his
egg inside tbe egg of the fly. There it
- develops into a minute grub, consuming
the egg of the fly and destroying it. Tbis
is an outline of what bas been proved by
the experiment made, and it is even sur
mised tbe parasite will be more destruc
tive in mis country man in x-uroDe. it
' Is totally unknown to scientific men in
this country and was first discovered in
What is more attractive than a pretty
face with afresh, bright complexion? For
use Pozzoni'a Powder.
IT'S NATIONAL IMPORTANCE.
The Hennep n Canal Ahe Merely
Local Interest VVIew From Vt'aah.
During the controver sy over the routes
for tbe Hennepin canal, Thb Argus firm
ly maintained that tbe ctnal itself as a
measure of national importance wis par.
amount to local interests and the strifes
incidental thereto. Tna Washington
correspondent of tbe Chicago News thus
links tbe Hennepin canal with the busi
ness of ship-building on tbe lakes:
Capt. W. W. Bates, chief of the bureau
of navigation, treasury department, takes
great interest in the rapidly growing
ship-building industry along tbe lakes
and be predicts that the lime will soon
come when tee lake ship builders will
practically monoool zs tbe sbip-bui!d'ng
industry of the entire country. Speaking
of recent awsr J of a number of contracts
for vessels for tbe light-house service,
several of which are to be used on the
seacoast, Capt. Bates said that the suc
cess of tbe lake builders in these in
stances is due to two prion causes. In
tbe first place raw material is right at
hand aud in tbe second place tbe busi
ness men of the lake regions are far mire
energetic and pushing tb-tn ihnee of tbe
old, almost played out ports of tbe At
lantic. "The recent action of McD. u?ll in
sending vessels of tbe new type, known
as wbalebacks, through tbe rapids of tbe
St. Laarence to the seaboard to be used
in transatlantic commerce," said the com
missioner, "opens up an em, rely new
method of carrying ocean freights It
bas shown tbe people of the east ttitt tbe
lakes are ahead of them in th nutter of
designing ships and in bu lding tbem for
freighting purposes, and I am of the
opinion that the linue is soon coming
when those economic types will be used
largely in the ocean tiade.
"Bat there is cne serious difficulty
which must be overcom-3 before we can
hope to secure tbe business for tbe lake
sbip yards which they may reasonably
hope to gain in time That difficulty is
the absence of direct and easy communi
cation between tbe ukes and tbe i ub
seas. At present Urge vessels buil'. in
the yards of the lakes cannot be tben to
tbe sesboard i:horjt enormous expense
I do not thick that tbe teople of
this1 country appreciate tbe im
portance of securing an interna!
waterway between the lakes aad
tbe const. If this could be iborougoly
understood in congress there wouid be no
dilly-dillying with the Hennepin cn!
project, but it wouid be constructed at
once. Asa rule tbe advocites of the
canal project lay altogether too much
s'ress upon tbe local impor ance o"" the
work. It is in its bearings to tan nation
al welfare that it is important, asd tbe
becetit of such a canal t j tbe sbip nui'.d
ing interests of the lakes is simply incal
cuUble. There are at least six mouths
in ech year whet it it possible to rech
tbe sea by the way of the Mississippi
with the largest claas of vessels, and if a
connection could be established between
tbe Mississippi and Lake Michigan of
sufficient depth to accommodate vessels
fitted for the ocean trade the surplus
shipping of the lakes would find profit
able employment, hundreds more sbips
wou d be built and the cc icity of inU
country for quickly fitting out a nnvy
would be quadrupled."
HOUND TO STICK.
t itle Which Have Wnrvivrrt Ka 1
road Dirr. initiation aid will Con
Many towns along the Mississippi bave
gone hence, and left their lonesome tomb
stones to tell of their departure. A few
bave survived in spite of raiiroad (lis
criminations Tbey will thrive. FUDui
bal. Qiincy, Keokuk. Burlington, Mus
catine, Davenport. Rock Island and Du
bnque have lived in spite of 25 vears of
railroad spoliation, and they will live or.
They will ba good towns. Other towns
along tbe river may cotne into renewed
life when tbe railroads let tbem have
their own a they surely must. Ft r ibe
days of railway discrimination are well
nigh numbered. Tbey have brougnt
ruin to themselves as well as to otterf,
ard the foolish, hurtful, wicked policy
must soon cease. It bis run its course
The Missisippi river towns ih hnv
lived through the past 5 years of ha'd
eleddirg, are eoiny to thrive from this
time on. The next 2d years will do much
for tbem. Quincv Journal .
Necessity the Mother of Invention.
"Same old story of starvation, and that
sort of thing," exclaimed the cook as she
answered a knock at the kitchen door and
found a forlorn looking tramp on the
"No, cookie, old girl," he said, with a
debonair manner, "you're off your utove
lid this time."
"Well, what do you want!" she in
quired, bracing herself against the door.
"Soiuf thing to buy liquor with?"
"Off again, cookie, thou queen of the
starry firmament," he warbled, find tried
to chuck her under the chin.
"Git ont," sbe screamed, "or I'll throw
a kettle of hot water on yon."
"Pritb.es, Empress of the Range," he
murmured, "don't do that and destroy
"Well, tell me what you want, then,
or leave the place."
"Yon won't tell any of the boys, Pearl
of Pearl river?" he asked smilingly.
"I don't know any of the boys, as yon
call them," she snarled.
"Yon lovely thing," he twittered, "I
fain must tell thee all."
"Why don't yon then, you dirty
idiot?" she inquired with tender em
phasis. "Well, then, onliest only of my heart,"
he whispered, "I want to saw a cord of
wood, a whole cord, because yon see"
But she didn't see; the shock was too
much for her and she fainted dead away,
and the lady of the house gave him half
a dollar to rnn for a doctor.
"It pays better'n anything I ever
tackled," he said softly to himself as he
went ont of the alley gate. Detroit Free
Lots at auction prices in Schnell's mi
A Description of the Sleigh in Which the
Youthful Emperir of China Ridea.
Only the other day, in a frreat public
procession, the presi lent rode in a common
"hired carriage." It. was so common, and
the horses so ordinai-y, that even the news
papers remarked the extreme republican
plainness. Xo trrea er contrast could be
found, perhaps, tht.n the gorgeous nr v
sedan chair sleigh recently built in Ger
many for tbe boy err peror of China.
THE CHINESE EMPSROB'S XEW bLEIGFl.
This imperial slcd;;e is shaped much like
tbe sedan chairs which were more common
than carriages even in England in tbe last
century, only instead of being borne on
two poles it rests on runners. Sedan chairs
are still used at the (Chinese imperial court.
At the emperor's we Iding two years ago,
when he was scve iteen, tbe bride was
brought in a red tedan chair from her
mother's house to the throne room of the
the palace, where th'i emperor saw her for
the jirst time.
The emperor's new sleigh is of wonder
ful workmanship, ri'.-hly carved and paint
ed and gilded. At t.ie four corners of the
roof are Chinese drigons, as if guarding
the golden ball raise I in the center wbith
is the symbol of the emperor. In front is
another dragon, larcer and more terril le
to look upon than tl e four above. The in
terior of the sleigh i-s beautifnlly fitted up;
it contains a toilet c.ise, a watch, a fooking
glass and perfume bottles. Little Men
A capital example of the straits which
literal obedience, without judgment may
briny one into, is ,;iven in the Youth's
Tommy is a very literal boy. He is
quite capable of standing on the burning
dock, like that other la 1 who interpreted a
command according to the letter of the
law, until he should be roasted and toasted
to a crisp.
"Don't take ol ytur rubbers. Tommy,"
said his mother one morning, as she left
him running across t he wet lawn, and that
night when she returned from her visit,
and looked into Ton.mys room, a strange
sight met her gaze. The new Casabianca
was fast asleep in his little bed, and from
beneath tbe clothes were sticking two
black feet bedaubed with mud. Tommy
bad not taken off b.s rubbers! How was
it possible to corruit so obedient a child
by telling him that he should have used
It is well understood in the family that
the children are not to eat cake. Tommy,
visiting nt an aunt'., remembered tbis on
the first morning of his stay.
"Will you have a piece of johnny cake?"
asked his Annt Laura.
"I can't if you cal. it that," said he, hon
estly. "I'm not allowed to eat cake, but 1
couid if you named it corn bread."
. A ChaltTs Song.
"Where is the little lark's nest
My father shoved to tut?
And where are t:ie pretty lark's eggs?"
faid Master Lc ri Lee.
At last he found the lark's nest.
But eggs were none to see,
"Why are yon lo kiuc down there?"
Sang two yonn j larks near by.
"We've broken t ie shell that held us.
And found a n-st on high."
And the happy b rda went singing
Far up the sun. trier skv.
-ii. H. Stoddard.
A Quiet Little Game.
Three knives or sticks are placed on tbe
table. Some one wl.o knows the game is
detailed to go out of the room. He must
choose a confederate, but not mention who
it is. The people in the room are asked to
touch one of the knives, which were num
bered one, two, three. Tbe confederate
notes which one is touched, aud on calling
in the person who w is seut out, gives him
the cue, touching h:s forehead if the first
knife is touched, his cbeek or nose if tbe
second or middle cne is chosen, and his
chin if the third knire is tbe one.
Tbe person who gives these signals must
do so in a perfectly natural manner. A
lady, who had perfect control of her feat
ures, sat in tbe middle of the room and
gave one signal aft r another, the others
all knowing that sh ; was the confederate,
but her movements were so easy and nat
ural that tbev simply could not under
stand them. 1 an one sees, or thinks he
sees through the game, insist on his going
out; and. if he has ryilly found it, keep ou
until the othp's have all found out, or are
willing to "give it u?." Home Queeu.
A good housewife vouches for the follow
ing as an excellent way to wash blankets:
Soak the blankets for ten minutes in luke
warm water before washing; have ready
some soft soap or good yellow soap sliced
thin and boiled to a jelly in a little water,
allowing one pound to four blankets;
wring them ont of the first water, lay tbem
in this and stir them about for some time,
then leave them aii other ten minutes to
soak. After the soaking rub each thor
oughly in every part, wring out and shake
well; unless exceptionally dirty tbey will
not require another washing, but should
be rinsed in soft warm water, and dried in
a good wind.
Highest of all ia Leavening Power.
Another large lot of Ladies Russet Oxfords,
Several styles in Oxfords, Patent Leather Tips,
See our Patent Leather Oxfords at
Men's solid Congress and Lace Shoes,
The best shoe in the city for
See our Dongola, Congress and Lace,
Three Dollars The best and largest line in the city, - 3.00
New lines of Ladies' fine Oxfords just received, at $2, 2.2 and 2.o. Widths
A, B, C, D and E. It pays to trade at the
BOSTON SHOE STORE,
1623 Second Ave., under Rock Island House.
ALL GOODS GUARANTEED-
For over Fiftv Ytars
ViTi. Winslow's Soothing yrup has
been used by millions of mothers for
their children while teething. If dis
burbt d at night and broken of your res
by a sick child suffering and crying with
pain of cutting teeth send at once and get
a bottle or -Mrs. Wioslow's Soothing
Sjrup" for children teething. It will re
lieve tbe poor little sufferer immediately.
Depend upon it, mothers, thereis no mis
take about it. It cures diarrhoea, regu
lates the stomach and bowels, cures wind
cmic, softens the gums, reauces louamma-
tion and gives tone and energy to the
whole system, "Mrs Winslow's Soothing
Syrup" for children teetting is pleasant
to the taste and is the prescription of one
of ibe oldest and best female physicians
and nurses in tbe United Slates. Soldbv
all druggists throughout the world. Price
twenty-five cents a bottle. Be sure and
ask for "Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup .
& Heal Baliam is Kemp's Balsam
The dictionery says, "a balsam is a
thick, pure, aromatic substance flowing
from trees." Kemp's Balsam for the
throat and lungs is the only cough medi
cine that is a real balsam. Many thin.
watery cough remedies are called balsam s
bnt such are not. Look through a bottle
of Kemp's Balsam and notice what a pure,
thick preparation it is. If you cough
use Kemp's Balsam. At all druggists'.
Laree bottles 50c and 1.
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If you will send me your address we
will mail you our illustrated pamphlet
explaining all about Dr. Dye's celebrated
electro voltaic belt and appliances, and
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tbe lungs because it is a pure balsam
Hold it to tbe lieht and see how clear and
thick it is. You will see tbe excellent
effect after takinit the first dose. Lirge
bottles 50s and $1.
Mr, Clark, to the public: I wish to say
to my friends and tbe public, that I re
tard Chamberlain's Colic. Choltra and
Diarrhoea remedy as tbe best preparation
in use for colic and diarrhoea. It is the
finest selling medicine lever handled, be
cause it always gives satisfaction. O.
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.n ;ne pursuit or tne gooa things
t'ns world we anticipate too much;
.t at the heart and sweetness of world
pleasures by delightful forethought of
.r?G. The results obtained from the use
of Ir. Jones' Red Clover Tonic far exceed
'l claims. It cures dyspepsia, and all
stomach, liver, kidney and bladder
troubles. It is a perfect tonic, appetizer,
Mood purifier, a sure cure for ague' and
malarial diseases. Price. 50 cents, of
I suffered from acute inflammation in
my nose and head for a week at a time
I could not see. I used Ely's Cream
Balm and in a few dya I was enred. It
is wonderful how quick it helped me.
Mrs- Oeorgie S. Judson, Hartford, Conn.
IT. S. Gov't Report, Aug. 17, 1889.
BOSTON Ml ST0B1
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thtrrTeots cd.irg .c .. rly decay anc; perhp:Con
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S- SYPHILIS and all bad Blood and Skin
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-KIDNEY and URINARY corrrlalnts,
Gleet, Gonorrhoea. Stricture, Varicocele and
all diseases cf the jemto-L'r:rjar cuieo
prcmptiv waiKI injury to Ston-,ch, Kidneys r
?No experiments. Ace and experience
important. Consultation frtz and sacred.
""AU correspondence is saeredu rria-e
Forty Years' Practice tnai le Vt. Claili trGi fcf
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No matter ra has !;.iled to cure you. write
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tuts mow cua.nioa ox ttlucd ib
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TO THE AFFLICTED!
J Why pay blRfecatoquaoks when tbN.t
m'wm medtcul treat inentonn te had f.r rt
3 able prloesof The FeriK'heruieaK . j -..
S I pared from tbe prescriptions ui" Iir. "Y.
Lv Viamj.a physician cf world-wide re;",,.
I UUllO (SLH nil.i NtIT.,11 I Vt
Us of Memory, DestHinUenr-. e-.
early indiscretions or other cn uses: aij
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w-tcurtMbe atoveailments. Dr.W;,;
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diseases for many years, prvwrilt. -
nal Pastilles which art Jiivct: i-u !
diseased on. ft n. and r."t)n nc r u- :,. .
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fmlina tnrrouifiir ox-r llnrtv 11
Viilinnis private practice, fiire tbom jt::. .
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Ol LUH id nUOI recent cases in one to 1. ur c.m
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work will be done erst-class.
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Office 143 Second avenue, comer Fifteenth 1
Telephone No. 1088.
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