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THJE ABGUb. FBIDAY, JULY 31, 1891.
KOCK ISLAND. JULY 81, 1681.
Publlabed Daily ud Weekly at 1(124 Second At
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AU eommanlcatlon of a critical or argumenta
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real name attached for publication. No each aru
ttclee will be printed orer ficttrtone aignatnrea
Anonymooi communications not noticed.
Correspondence eollclted from erery township
la Bock Island county.
Friday. July 31. 1891.
Cal. Brice says, "Yes, I expect to take
a band in the Ohio campaign."
It is time (or Mr. Quay to step down
and out. The republican party can't af
ford to- carry the load. Burlington
Hawk eye. ,
Over in the BloomiDgton district they
are pushing Congressman Owen Scott
bead as a candidate for Illinois' next
President Harrison cast aside all
seaside frivolities yesterday long enough
to attend to state business, and appointed
a postmaster at Sparrow's Point, Md.
In denouncing, the prohibition policy
in Maine the president of the Pharma
ceutical association of that state declared
that "it has grown, like a (uncus, on the
body politic, stimulated by a combination
of dark lantern societies, with demagogy,
fanaticism, political intimidation, and
intolerance of individual risbts."
According to the Pall Mall Budget the
blue bloods of Europe are greatly exer
cised as to the precise social statut of
Mrs. Russell Harrison and Mrs. McKee,
who are now "doing" the old world.
They don't know just where these excel
lent ladies should come in at a dinner or
other social "function," and it seems that
nobody can tell them.
Toledo Blade: A writer in a recent
number of the North American Review
says that United States is the largest ten
ant farming nation in the world. He
gives the number of feimtrs in Ohio who
are Tenters as 46,283. This of a country
possessed of every natural resource is a
startling statement. It means ei'ber that
the farmer is not capable of doing busi
ness successfully or that be is Handi
capped by artificial restrictions upon the
sale of that which he produces. The
farmers are thinning over this thiog.
How th Women Think.
New York Herald.
A mere man is not seriously affected by
the price of articles necessary to a well
ordered household. These details are out
of his province, and he hands over to his
wife the responsibility of making pur
chases for the family. He has other
things to think of, and willingly throws
side cares which are developed by daily
But it is different with women. They
are as sensitive to any advance in price as
they are to any slur on their children.
They feel a deeper obligation tbftn any
man can to live within their weekly in
come. Mr. McKinlcy can possibly persuade
husbands that a dime here or a nickel
there is a small thing to grumble about,
may convince them that cheap clothing
makes cheap men and that hich taxes add
to the prosperity of the country, but he
can't play the flimsy sort of logic on the
women. They all chase his theories out
of the bouse with a broom handle we
speak metaphorically of course and meet
his cajoleries wjth a tempest of indignant
They want to know if they and their
children are better r,fT when they are
forced to pay thus much extra for their
kitchen ulensils and thus much for tneir
woolen garments which keep them
healthy and strong. These are solid
facts with which they pelt the suave and
glib protectionist, and he has not been
able to muke answer. What interest
have we, say they in jojr monopolies
and trusts and what not? So for as we
re concerned, the country is better off
when every article we need enn tie
bought at a fair price. You may talk with
slippery rhetoric about "tbe home mar
ket" and "foreign trade," about "higher
wages" and "booming man
ufacturers," but what we want is tbe
comforts of home f ir a reasonable sum.
Your McKinley bill promises great tbinss,
they are a good deal like Mr. Micawber'
good fortune, which never turned up "
So far as we can see, your boasted pros
perity is in the bands of a few, but ss for
us, our husbands earn less and we have
to pay more to keep alive.
All of which means, in the last analy
sis, that tbe element of danger whicQ
threatens tbe republicans in the next
campaign is the common sense of com.
son people. They don't believe that a
high price is better than a low price, and
they will say -so at tbe polls..
Which Shall It Be?
As between the two introductory for
mulas in letter and note writing, "Dear
Mr. Blank" and "My dear Mr. Blank."
very good social authority pronounces th
latter the more ceremonious phrase, ac
cording to the received etiquette of tb
present. It is on the contrary contended
by others that according to common sense
interpretation and social usage as well,
"My dear Mr. Blank" implies a greater
degree of intimacy than "Dear Mr. Blank,"
and is therefore the less formal of tbe two.
A lady well versed in the etiquette of
cities says, "A social note written to ons
who is bnt slightly acquainted with the
author may be prefixed by "Dear Mrs.
Blank." If a more cordial relation exist
It may be "My dear Mrs. Blank."
ue roana lu
"How did Wall street get its name?
There's no wall there.", .
"Yes, there is. I went to it about a
month after I began to speculate."
Smith, Gray & Co. 's Monthly.
Tb Flrefliea of the Tropica and Some of
the TJees Made of Them.
Tie seat of light in tbe glowworm is in
tbe tail, and proceeds from three luminous
sacs in tbe last segment of tbe abdomen.
The male has only two of these, and tbe
ligbt proceeding from them is comparative
ly small. During favorable weather tbe
ligbt glows steadily, but at other times is
not constant. The fireflies of tbe tropics
throe composing the genus lampyris vary
to tbe extent that while certain species
control their ligbt others are without this
power, says The Cornhill Magazine. Tbe
larva of the glowworm is capable of emit
ting ligbt, but not to be compared to that
of the developed insect. Both in its mature
and immature forms lampyris noctiluca
plays a useful part in tbe econory of na
ture. To the agriculturist and fruit, grower
it is a special friend. Its diet consists almost-,
wholly of small shelled snails, and it
comi-s upon the scene just when these farm
and garden pests are most troublesome.
By the dusky daughters of the tropics
fireflies are often studded in their coiled
and braided hair, and perform somewhat
the same office as the diamond for more
civil zed belles. Spanish ladies and those
of the West Indies inclose fireflies in bags
of la or gauze and wear them amid their
hair ot disposed about their persons. The
luminosity of tbe modest English insect is
far utshone by several of its congeners.
Son! of these are used in various ways for
illumination, and it is said that the bril
liancy of tbe ligbt is such that the smallest
print can be read by that proceeding from
the thoracic spots alone when a single in
sect is moved along tbe lines. In the Span
ish settlements fireflies are frequently used
in a curious way when traveling at night.
The natives tie an insect to each great ton,
and on fishing and hunting expeditious
make torches of them by fastening several
together. The same people have a summer
festital at which tbe garments of the
youn people are covered with fireflies,
and, oeinj mounted on fine horses similar
ly ornamented, the latter gallop through
the d isk, the whole producing the effect of
a larj.-e moving light.
Sollies Indulged in by Preachers.
The sallies indulged iu by eminent
preacners to awake sleepers would fill a
volune. Here are two of the best: Dr.
Soutl , preaching before Charles 11, and
perce. viug that several of the worldly court
circle were about napping, stopped and
called loudly to Lord Lauderdale by name:
"My lord, my lord, I am sorry to interrupt
your repose, but 1 must beg of yon not to
snore quite so loud, lest you awaken bis
But perhaps for dry and pnnceut humor
and kien satire Dean Swift's famous ser
mon ( ii "Sleeping in Church," in which he
takes tbe Eutychus episode in Acts for his
test, has never been equaled. "I have
chosen," s he begins his sermon, "these
words with design if possible to disturb
some ;art of this audience of half an hour's
sleep, for tbe convenience and exercise
therec f this place ut this season of the day
is veiy much celebrated." He thus' im
proves the text: "The preachers now in the
world however much they may exceed St.
Paul in the art of settiug men to sleep, do
extreriely fall short of him in the power of
workiag miracles; therefore hearers are be
come more cautious, so as to choose more
safe and conveuieut stations and positions
for their repose, without hazard of their
persots, and upon the whole matter choose
rather to trust their destruction to a mira
cle than their safety."
True as the Needle to the Fole.
The old saying, "True as t lie ueedie to the
pole," is quite misleading, explains The
Geographical Magazine, because three jer
sons iL five who use it are thinking of the
north poie, while the fact is that the ter
mini ot the earth's axis are not coincident
with tiie magnetic poles. It was of Brent
importance to navigators iu northern lati
tudes to determine the exact position of
the north magnetic pole, in order to make
the needle a perfectly trustworthy guide.
One d,iy nearly sixty years ago, while the
famous polar t raveler. Sir John Itoss, was
sledgitg over the ice hummocks north of
this cintineut, he found a place on the
western shore of Bouthiu Felix, where the
dipping needle wholly lost its directive
power and stood withiu one miuute of the
vertica . The discovery enabled Greely, at
Lady 1'ranklin bay, when he found his
needle pointing nearly southwest, to cle
termiu': the true north by a few miuutes'
calcula ion. The position of the south
magnetic pole has also been approximately
detenu ml, and not a sea captain sails the
oceau today who is not greatly indebted
to these discoveries. These magnetic poles
slowly move back and forth across the polar
area. 'hey have probably changed their
positioL since .hey were fuuud, and scien
tific men awhile ago were urging the im
portance of seuding out expeditions to re
locate t lcin.
The friendships of Itohert llrowiiiiie;.
Duritg as well as after his married life
Browni lg cultivated many acquaintances.
To men lie was generally reserved. Of his
women friends he made confidants. These
close friendships were necessarily often
marked by interesting circumstances or
distinct, ve character. Someof these friend
ships ar: enshrined already byime iu his
poetry. "La jaisiaz," for insiuuce. is con
nected with "A. E. S." .Miss Egertou
Smith, tne of his oldest women friends,
who joined Mr. and Miss Browning iu
many of their summer holidays, and who
was his comoauion for many years at all
musical entertainments. Tne name of an
other der friend Mrs. Artiiur Brousou
is familiar to all of the poet's readers
from thi dedication to "Asolando. Of
other friends there was Miss Blagden,
more particularly, who was nearest and
most helpful to him in tbe early days of
bis great bereavement, and Mrs. Fitzger
ald, to whom very many of his most inter
esting letters in later years were addressed.
Rising or the Kile.
In former days the Nile had its appoint
ed pries s, festivals and sacrifices, and if
its rising were delayed for a single day a
beautiful young girl was thrown into the
waters aid drowned in order to appease
the god't anger and merit his favors. The
caliphs I bolisbed this cruel sacrifice, sub
stituting one less barbarous but more ri
diculous; they threw into the Nile a letter,
in which it was commanded to rise if it
was the will of God. The inundation
usually commences on tbe 15th' of J une;
the great est height to which the waters
rise is at tbe autumnal equinox, and then
they gradually subside until the following!
SAVE ,THE CORN FODDER.
American Cultivator Makes Suggestions
with a View to Preventing Waste.
Until within comparatively short
time the large corn growers really looked
upon the earcorn as the only valuable
part of the crop, and the stalks were
largely wasted as consequence. But
now our superior knowledge of the crop
teaches us that the stalks have almost aa
much value as tbe ears. Tbe problem
to study is how to understand the art of
saving corn fodder so that we can have
cheaper and better rations for animals.
An important question just now is to
ascertain the chemical composition of
cornstalks at different periods of their
growth, and of the ensilage made from
the same. If this is known farmers and
stockmen can fix upon the best time for
cutting it A few general rules, how
ever, have been brought ont by experi
ment The fodder plants are most valu
able just before they reach maturity,
and more nourishment is to be obtained
from them when cut in this succulent
stage. When they ripen more the
amount of food increases, but along with
this there is a great increase of woody
fiber. Going on the principle of using
concentrated food for stock the fodder
cut early would be far preferable. .
It has been a common mistake in the
past to forget that about CO per cent of
tbe feeding value of corn comes direct
from the sunshine and air, and when
these are excluded the f nil feeding value
of the crop cannot be obtained. Many
still sow from two to. four bushels of
corn seed to the acre to make it thin and
fine for fodder, but the best results are
obtained when only eight or twelve
quarts are used to the acre. This should
be planted in drills, nd then the air and
sunshine have a chance ,to circulate
through the plants. Another practice
is to sow the corn thickly, and then thin
it out for feeding purjioses after it has
reached a fair height. The fault with
this method is that tbe stalks left re
maining are deprived of their full grow
ing powers at a time when they are most
needed. One week of the first life of a
cornstalk is worth nearly three weeks at
the close of its life, and if it is crowded
when it is young its highest feeding
value will never be obtained ly thinning
out th stalks when they are half 'or
A Sugsn-stire Idea About Fetices.
Ohio Farmer makes the following
suggestion, as there is a large amount
of wire and picket fencing being built
Instead of every picket being full
length, let every other one be only one
half length. Aa the pickets nsed in snch
fences are generally two inches wide.
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WIRE ASD PICKET FENCING.
with spaces from two to three inches, it
can be seen that this fence will turn all
kinds of stock as well as if all the pickets
were full length. The advantages of
such a plan are: 1. A saving of one
fourth of the picket material. 2. Less
wind surface, thus making it more sub
stantial 3. Neat and tasty appearance.
Improving a Poor Soil.
On this subject the New York World
has the following t say: Buckwheat
grows rapidly, and is sometimes used as
a soil improver by plowing it tinder in
the fall instead of harvesting it for the
grain. There is, however, quite a gen
eral reluctance to plow nnder a green
crop for its fertilizing properties, when
by letting it stand a few days longer a
remunerative crop of grain might be re
alized from it Plowing uuder a green
crop of any description is one of the ways
for putting a soil into a good condition
for tbe best results froathe use of com
mercial fertilizers, and iu the case of a
poor field that is to be reclaimed the
farmer must determine for himself the
variety he can use most eoouomically.
Buckwheat plowed nnder in the fall, to
be succeeded by rye plowed under in the
spring, would furnish as much vegetable
matter for the purpose aa can be made
available in the same length of time, and
it simply becomes a question of sacrificing
two crops as fertilizers when both are
near maturity. As is well known, clover
is the most economical soil renovator for
the north, but a soil is sometimes so poor
that clover itself needs fertilizing before
it will grow to good advantage.
An Umbrella In the Apiary.
An apiarist writes to Gleanings in
Bee Culture as follows: An umbrella to
catch up and carry around with me
whenever my hands are at liberty is one
of my greatest comforts. On extremely
hot days we always have them handy,
and 1 often make use of them in swarm
ing time to hive bees. Our queens are
all clipped, but the swarms will some
times cluster, and although I know they
will return in time, 1 doa't wait long,
but take a few from the cluster and start
them in. As our trees are mostly small,
they can usually be reached from the
ground or with a stepladder. I often
turn my umbrella upside down and
shake part of the cluster in it and take
them to the hive where the queen is.
According to one estimate the wool
clip of America for 1801 will be 300.000,
Rye sown among corn at the last
cultivation will choke down weeds, fur
nish late fall and early spring pasture,
and supply a good coat of green manure
to turn down for the following wheat
The acreage of clover is returned as
practically the same as that of the pre
The returns for the barley crop show
a decided tendency toward enlargement
of the area, consequent upon the pros
pect of better values.
Hay for baling must be mora thor
oughly dried than for common bare
Another large lot of Ladies Russet Oxfords,
Several styles in Qxfords, 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,
New lines of Ladies' fine Oxfords just received, at $2, 2.2? and 2.o.
A, B, C, D and E. It pays to trade at the
BOSTON SHOE STORE,
1623 Second Ave., under Rock Island Hous
ALL GOODS fiUARANTEED.
For Over Fifty Tears
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has
been used by millions of mothers for
their children while teething. If dis
burbed at night end broken of your res
by a sick child suffering and crying with
pain of cutting teeth send at once and get
a bottle o? "Mrs. Winslow's Soothing
Syrup" for children teething. It will re
lieve the poor little tuffeitr immediately.
Depend upon it, mothers, thereisno mis
take about it. It cures diarrhoea, regu
lates the stomsch and bowels, cures wind
colic, softens the gums, reduces inflamma
tion and gives tone and energy to the
whole system, "Mrs Winslow's Soothing
Syrup" for children teething is pleasant
to the taste and is tbe prescription of one
of the oldest and best female physicians
and nurses iu the United States. Sold bv
all druggists throughout the world. Price
twenty-five cents a bottle. Be sure and
ask for "Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup
I have been a sufferer from catarrh for
over 10 years; had.it very bad. could
hardly, breathe. Some nights I could
not sleep and bad to walk the fl or. I
purchused Ely's Cream Balm and am using
it freely, it is working a cure surely. I
have advised several friends to nse it,
and with happy results in every case. It
is the medicine above oil otherB for ca
tarrh, and it is worth its weight in gold.
I thank God I have found a remedy I can
use with' safety and that does all that is
clniruert for it. It in curing mv deafness.
B. W. Sperry, Hartford, Conn,
In tte pursuit T tne goo-i things of
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sat out the heart and sweetness of world
ly pleasures by delightful forethought of
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ot Dr. Jones' Red Clover Tonic far eiceed
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stomach, liver, kidney and bladder
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blood pur.2er, a ure cure for ague and
tnsiinriai uiM8t;6. Prir-e. 50 cents, cf
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Don't delay . Take Kemp's Balsam, the
best cough cure. It will cure your
coughs and colds. It will cure pains in
the cbest. It will cure influenza and
bronchitis and all diseases pertaining to
the lungs because it is a pure balsam.
Hold it to tbe ligbt and see how clear and
tbick it is. You will see tbe excellent
effect after taking the first dose. Lrge
bottles 50s ar.dfl.
Mr. Clark, to the public: I wish to say
to my friends and tbe public, that I re
gard Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera bnd
Diarrhoea remedy as the best preparation
in use for colic snd diarrhoea. It is the
finest selling medicine lever handled, be
fHuse it always gives satisfaction. O.
H Clark. Orangeville, Tex. For sale by
Hrtz & Bahnsen, druggists.
A Mother's Gratitude. My son was in
an almost hopeless condition with flux
when I commenced using Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. It
gave him immediate relief and I am sure
it saved his life. I take great pleasure
in recommending it to all. Mrs. M L.
Johnson, Everett. Simpson county. Miss.
25 and 50 cent bottles for sale by Harti
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The Ladiei Delighted.
The pleasant effect and the perfect
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liquid fruit laxative. Syrup of Figs, under
all conditions make it their favorite
remedy. It is pleasing to the eye and to
tbe taste, gentle, yet effectual in acting
on the kidneys, liver and bowels.
jozzoni's Complexion Powder pro
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bines every element of beauty and purity
SALE OF SHOE
WILL, be under the supervision of tbe
Burlingrton. Cedar Rapids ec Northern
Railway. W. J. MORRISON, Manager, and
will be open for the reception of quests
June 1 5th in each year. Visitors will find
is first-class in all of its appointments,
being: supplied with gras, bot and xld
water baths, electric beils and all modern
improvements, .steam laundry, billiard
balls, bowlin? alley, etc.. and positively
free from annoyance by mosquitos.
ROUND-TRIP EXCURSION TICKETS
will be placed on sale at the commence
ment of tourist eeeeon by the Burlington.
Cedar Rapids & Northern Railway and
all of its connecting- lines at low rates to
the following points: Spirit Lake. Iowa;
Water-viHe, Minneapolis, St. Paul find
Lake Minnetcnka. Minnesota; Lake Su
perior points; Yellowstone Park and
points in Colorado.
Write for " A Midsummer Paradise" to
the General Ticket and Passenger Agent,
Cedar Rapids. Iowa; for hotel rates to
W. J. MOHKISON, Manager. Spirit Lake,
C. I. IVES. J. E. H&NNEGAN.
Pn"l &d 0a'l Supt. Ticket and tui'i Mn
John Volk & Co,
Sash, Doors. Blinds, Siding, Flooring,
and all kinds of wood work for bnilders.
Eishtaenth bet. Third and Fonrt aw.
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Diseases rermansntly cv-ei
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Gleet, Gonorrhoea, Stricturt.
all diseases of ihe Genitc-. r
prompttv without injury to
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li fall Khmni. ''"' i"','-
13 KkranaiUm. tOioin !,'
, a- and A kbp.
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Sold by Druggists, or fwnt p-! ,.M-A
of price. DrTHcmphbey "lA A
nciur ixwijfl in cimn j; ..-r CC-
jor. w imam ,n n"
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It la manufactured u a pevier. ::
In a riaaa of beer, a cup ot cof.f t,
without the ksowledee of the ra!''-v,;, t: '
harmieaa. and wiil effrfrt Prc.;V;I(
tnr. whihr ,h. n&tient is a ttW- .-:
an alcoholic wreca- It haa been f r x
of oaaea, and in every inatance Jr0.ee:sn
lowed. It nerer Fall. Thery"j
ed with the Spemflcjt beoomen
for the Lienor appetite to eziau lrfwe
c. UBMan,.m Wile r
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For aale by Manhall A Fi