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THt AKOUb. SaT a
AUG I 'ST 8, 1S91.
Pnbllshed Daily and Weekly at 163 Second Av
enue, Kock lflniid, 1U.
J. W. POTTER,
Tskmb Daily, 60c per month; Weekly, (3.00
- All eommnnlcationt of a critical or argumenta
tive character, political or religions, sum have
real name attached tor publication. No men arti
ttcleo will be printed over nctilions denatures
Anonymous communication not noticed.
Oorraspondence solicited from every township
a Bock Island county.
Satcbdat. August 8, 1891.
Washington has secured tbe national
G. A. R. encampment for 1802. Of
course Chicago will bave it in '93.
Gkn. Echofield and his wife, whose
wedding tour is nearly or quite ended,
went as far west as the Pacific coast and
returned by way of Yellowstone park and
Allen W. Thcrman says that the
alliance influence on tbe democratic vote
is the only uncertain factor in the Oaio
election this fall. Tbe only uncerttn':ty
about this influence heretofore, has been
whether it would side track three republi
cans to one democratic farmer or keep
six of the former to one of the latter
away from the (oils.
Teoria Herald: 'Whenever any one
says anything about Carter Harrison and
an cfike Career immediately commence
to plume his feathers for tbe race. Just
now be is wearing a 25-cent straw hat,
his pants in his boots and a big quid of
tobacco in his mouth, and is angling for
the people's party nomination fvr the
presidency. If anybody should ever tap
Carter there would be realized enough
gall to start a dye factory.
Deles M. Gocger writes a lencthy
letter to the Cnicago Herald in which fcbe
scores the republicans of Iowa and their
platform unmercifully. Heltu must be
very hard to jilease. Sbe say: "Not
alone because of its conduct on tbe liq jor
question should the prohibitionists refuse
to aid or abet the republican party. That
party statids today tbe SJTOD31U for cor
ruption, robbery, monopoly and section
alism. It deserves dea'.h on general as
well as fcterific pricciples, and the pro
hibitionUts have more reasons than others
for seeing it decently icttrnd and its
monument erected, with its on'y f pitapb:
Died of bed blood 8Dd living too lotg."
The gentle Helm seems to forcet, re
marks the Keokuk Constitution Dtmj
crat, that the prohibition wing has swal
lowed the Iowa republican party whole.
Frotrrtitin Br.efly fetat-tl.
Here is a stcry contained in a little
pamphlet, written by George Brick
ett, of Lvld, Mass. As a tbort and sim
ple expose of the theory and practice cf
protection it is all there. Cut it out,
read it and learn it:
If you think it is wise to protect an in
dustry that you are not directly interested
in, I make this proposition to you: Tux
yourselves only one cent a year, ard 1
will open a new American industry,
agreeing to employ 1.2U0 native Ameri
can laborers at wages cf a jesr, or
I will give them 450 a jtar and a:low
them uG5 holidays. You are following
me as an arithcceticinn. In round num
bers theie are GO.b'UO.OUO people to be
One cpiit from li nmouiit.' tr r,U),(iKi
l,ant laborcrt ut i.VJ each would lake oi
Iliii tiajouut 5-10. ft0
Leaviup fur nic ? fi ),nn
In lue new induBlry 1,200 laborers are
employed at good wages, and very Ikht
work. Sixty thousand dollars is a lair
remuneration fi r my severe mental strain.
Twelve hundred eud one of our popula
tion pure native (Americans are en
gaged in u buiincsa profitable to them,
anil the other 59 9wS.7'Jl) ate Icuers c,f
only 1 cent each. This business I con
tinue, and I will further acree not to re
duce the ws'.es rf my bei;, to eicrjioy
only n'ltiycs, an:' c;t to import laborers
from LIuocsry. Polund or Italy to com
pete with them. There will be no "sLui
down," no BljikeF, and in 10 Jeaib Inyree
to have a free library, irymi'tifcium aiid
hospital lor mv help. I lurtber ayree tv
nd politicians who wnl point to this
new industry as one that has grown up
entirely under the he-Deficient workings
of protection. 1 will refer to this iu
duftry mjself a depending abso.'u'e'y
upon the glorious American idea t.f protection.
A llomeniad Microphone.
A member of the Chemists' association
of London recently described how those
who are disposed t o amuse themselves iu
this way can make nu instrument which
will render audible the footsteps of a fly:
The little apparatus consists of a box with
a sheet of straw paper stretched on its up
per part. Two carbons, separated by n
morsel of wood aud connected with the
two circuit wires, ure fastened to it, and a
carbon pencil, placed crosswise between
the two, is kept in this position by a groove
made in the latter. A very weak battery
hi then sufficient to set the instrument at
work, and when the fly walks over the
sheet of paper it produces vibrationsstronK
enough to react euergeticaliy on an ordi
nary telephone. .
Phospho boric glass for microscopes is a
sew kind of optical glass, which contain
phosphoric acid and boracio acid, and is de
signed especially for the construction of
object glasses. According to The Photo
graphic News, it is asserted that by means
of this new glass, lately produced in Ger
many, an object possessing no more than
the ordinary 1-8201U prt of a millimeter
can be distinctly recognized.
Inuiied to The Beet.
All are entitled to the best that their
money will buy, so every family should
have at once a bottle of the best family
remedy, 8yrup of Figs, to cleanse tbe
system when costive or bilious . For sale
in 50c and $ 1 bottles by all leading druggists.
A FAIRY TALE OF SCIENCE.
The Originator of the leaflly Fpas Tre
of Java and Other Suares of l ictlou.
Perhaps the deftest artist in this depart
ment o' fabrication was George Steevens,
the Shakespearean commentator, says The
Nineteenth Century. Animated by an
impish spirit of trickery, to which jealousy
of rival antiquaries may bave lent a spice
of rnali.-e, he industriously devised cunning
snares for their feet. He would, for ex
ample, disseminate fictitious illustrations
of Shal espeare's text in order that Malone,
who wts his chief butt, might be entrapped
into adapting them and give him the grati
fication of correcting the blunder in bis
next edition. Under tbe pseudonyms of
Collins and Amner he would insert para
graphs in the daily press purporting to be
curious extracts from rare books, copies of
which no one who wished to verify tbe
passage ever succeeded in discovering.
Among these curiosities was the romantic
Mory (.tiat has found its way into Todd's
"Life of Milton') of the poet's having been
seen asl -ep under a tree by a lady who be
came ei anioured of his beauty aud placed
in his nand some impasioued verses of
Gnarini. which, when he awoke, so fired
Ins fan -y that he made a journey to Italy
in the hope of tracing her. Another was
the story of the deadly upas tree of Java,
which long obtained credit as one of the
fairy ta es of science.
Ineii ent in the Life tif Jenny Li ml.
It was the grandmother who was the
first to detect the musical gifts of thechiid,
and this- detection left a profound impres
sion on the child herself, as if she, too, then
first ma le a discovery of what was in her.
The story formed her earliest distinct
memory. Coming up from the country
to the town she was struck by the music
of the niliUry bugles that daily passed
through the street; aud one day, when she
fancied herself alone in tiie bouse, she
crept to the piano on which iier half sister
used to practice her music, and, with one
finger. s:ruuimed out lor herself the fan
fare wh-c-h she had canyht from the sol
diers. !ut the grandmother was at hand,
and hea-lng the music called out the name
of the h.ilf sister, whom she supposed it to
lie, a ad little .lenny, in terror of Wins
found out, hid uuder the square piano; she
was so small that she tit ted in perfectly,
aud the grandmother, getting no answer
to her c.lN. came in to ok and presently
discover -d her. and dragged her out and
was Hsti nished aud said. "Child, was that
you?'' -A :id .Jenny, in te.irsat her crime, con
fessed; I lit the grandmother looked ar her
deeply and in silence, and when the mother
cume ba k she told her and said: "Mark
my won is, that child will bring you help."
And afrr that the neighliors used to he
called in to hear her play. As she told the
sti-ry in la'er years she w ould reproduce
most vividly the frightened look of the
child creeping away to hide, and the sig
nificant .ook of the thunderstruck grand
mot her as she took iu that it was indeed
the t.ny creature of three years old who
had played the tune, he never forgot
the histi ric fanfare.
A Wit iu the Pulpit.
The diuifled Paley, preaching to a select
audieuct which numbered Pitt, the prime
minister and a host of eagtr place hunters
hungry lor the loaves aud fishes of preitr
ment, could not resist an irresistibly face
tious sling at his audience, and afrer giving
out his t-?.xt, "There is a lad here that hath
live barh-y loaves and two small fishes,"' he
looked around the church and added with a
twinkle if keen satire, "but what are they
among sj many;" A smart application
or a bris.c repartee in the pulpit seem to
have foi lid their apologists in all ages.
Burton, in a sermon at Norwich, faced bold
ly the c.i it sometimes flung at the superior
clergy for enjoying large incomes. "Why,
Bay some of these men. can you not live as
the Apo-tles lived? Why, say I again, let
them lay down their goods at the Ajiostles'
feet, ami then let theuinsk that tiuestion?"
The folio ;ving application is perhaps a little
too sudden and searching for the taste of
today. ' lie," said the preacher of a char
ity sermon, "he that givetli unto the poor
lemletb unto the Lord. Now, my friends,
if you are content with your security down
with the cnshl"
T ie liottist Spot on I ..rth.
The ho test spot iti earth is within the
bounuari -s of the United States, accord
ing to on whoclaims to have passed sev
eral months in Death valley, located i;i
southeastern L'alifurtiia. The highest tem
perature recorded iu the Sahara was 127
degs. Pal renbeit. and from the shores l;
the IVrsi in gulf comes it record of Vjs dngs.,
but in I)i ath valley in July a thermomett r
placed in the shade registered 130 degs.
This desolate spot is less known than an
other loci lity in the country. The valley
was once a lake of water containing in
solution i ommou soda, salt and borax, aud
now above the marsh there is a crust of
common salt from six to twelve inches
thick. T ic borax deposits on the east side
of the valley are said to be the richest iu
the world, and doubtless they will find
their way before long into commerce.
These natural conditions prevent the fall
of rain th-oughout the year, aud persons
who enter the place have lo carry along
supplies cf water.
ligraIi'ii KetteiublHiice to Irving.
What was Disraeli like? "The only per
son whom I ever met with," says Sir Wil
liam Frasr, "who reminds me in any way
of the mil hut of Disraeli in private life, is
Mr. Henry Irving. When I first had the
honor of knowing him, I could not per
suade myself that he was not imitating
Disraeli's manner, the Jieculiar slowness
and deliberation of utterance, a voice very
much of the same timbre, and the re
semblance in other minute particulars sur
prised me." But the resemblance does not
extend to everything. Mr. Irving, if we
mistake Lot, does not disguise that he is
becoming streaked with gray. But "Dis
raeli's hair aud pointed 'beard were dyed a
deep black. This could clearly be seen
when from carelessness the dye had not
The r.lscrxt Ruby of the World.
The bigt est ruCy in the world is said to
oe found i i the czar of Russia's crown,
which has the distinction of being the
linest ever worn by any sovereigu. Iu
shape it reiembles a bishop's mitre, and on
its crest is a cross composed of five superb
diamonds, which support the "biggest"
ruby. A f iiated arch, composed of eleven
magnificent diamonds, supports this cross,
and on eac n side of the arch is a loop of
thirty-eight pearls, than which there are
none handsomer iu the world.
THE COTTON RLOSSOM CLU3.
Mary Jane's Great .lllalake- fur Presi
dent Air Ilia Views.
Under the head of '"communications"
the secretary read a letter from Marv
Jane Lightfijrht, of Jackson. Mich., who
asked to lie elected as a member of the
clnb. She claimed to have been a wit
ness in three different lawsuits and to
know how to roast a possum and felt
shepoMessed all other necessary qualifi
cations. Elder Nightfall Turner, who bad set
tled himself down for an hour's nap and
was already nodding, suddenly bobbed
np, and moved that the rules be sus
pended and the applicant voted in. A
hush as of death at once fell upon the
meeting. Brother Gardner didn't say a
word in reply, but he looked down upon
the elder in such a cold, unfeeling man
ner that the latter broke loth suspenders
as he sat down and tried to roll up in a
small bundle. After a couple of min
utes of jiainfnl sileuce the president
"Mary Jane has simply made a mis
take an' sent her applicashuu to de wrong
club. What she wants to jme is a so
ciety fur teachin de modern wife how to
run de kitchen part of de house."
Applications were then read for the
establishment of branch clubs at Toronto,
Ont., and Hamilton, O., and as all re
quirements had been complied with in
each case the prayer of the ititioners
was granted. The iK'titioners at Toronto
are very fortunate in having secured as
their first president Judge Paradox Jones,
a colored citizeu who is worth, over $20,
000 m cash, and who is kuown all over
Ontario as the only man who can sharpen
a lawn mower on his bootleg.
A communication, dated at a county
jail in Indiana, mid signed by Professor
Canterbury Taylor, was then read. The
professor lives iu Indiana, and claims to
le the first man in America to discover
blood on the moon. He was also the first to
come forward with a scheme to pay off
the national debt by everybody going
without fried onions for one year. He
started from New Orleans to New York
to deliver his celebrated address enti
tled: "Why Doan We Consider?" but
had only reached the Hoosier state when
he was arrested as a tramp and flnng
into jail. He now asked the Cotton Blos
som club to forward hitn the sum of
twenty dollars to pay Lis tine and help
him finish his journey. He h.iln'r c.i'.led
on the clnb exrept as a last rosort. He
had dug a hole two f-ft deep iu his cell
to find rock bottom. He had si wed off
two bars at the window to discover that
a bulldog was chained on the ontside.
He had tried to bribe the jailer with
forty acre.- of land, but the man wanted
"We's sorry fnr him, of coV." said
Brother Gardner iu reply, "'out we can't
do nnftiu fur hi:u cept to hope he w-iil
keep ou diggin till he gits out. We
didu't ax him to come; we didn't eben
know he was cm de road. He may lie
sort o' lonesome in dat jail, but it will lie
a great chance fur hitn to rest up an cut
his toenails, an invent u scheme fnr
draiuin off de Atlantic ocean."
The Hon. Lycurgus Merri weather then
arose to ask for information. He had
lieeu informed by a colored butcher
weighing 212 pounds that tbe Cotton
Blossom club proposed to erect a na
tional asylum for the reception and care
of decayed whitewashers and chimney
sweeps. If tins news were true he
wanted to say that he was heart and
hand in favor of the project, aud de
sired to speak for .places f..r his uncle,
brotiHT-in-Iaw and brother, who came
utiib-r the head of "decayed."
"De news ar' ahead of time. Brudder
MeiTiweather." replied the president.
"Dar has bia some talk, lint no steps
hev yet bin tookin. an it will l-quite
safe fur yon to advise yjur vnrtt rela
tives to keep right on airuin deir own
livin as hf.rd as dry l:h;."
At this junctnre Participation White,
who had been wriggling about for some
time, arose and, inquired if the proceed
ings of the ch-.li were conducted accord
ing to parliamentary rules.
"Dey is," replied the president.
Then Brother White. wi still more
mixed. Pi case he should offer a resolu
tion to donate the nun of $1,000 to t!.o
African missionary fund, aud Pickles
Smith i-hould offer an amendment to
makj it ij'iU;), and Shindig Watkins
mould move to lay it on tiie table, and
Colonel Cabiff should move to adjourn
"Well, sail" queried Brother Gardner,
as the speaker paused.
And Waydowu Beebe should call for
the ayes and noes, and Sir Isaac Wal
pole arise to a question of privilege,
what course would the president pursue?
He had consulted two street car conduc
tors and a man who owns a, whole fish
market, but none of them could work it
"My co'sh would be very plain, sah,"
answered the president. "I should fust
remove my coat. If dat' didu't stop de
row I should remove my vest. If decou
fushvm still continued to elucidate I
should jump down from de platform an
start fur de back eand of do hall
should move slowly, an as I went I
should strike out right an left, an by de
time I reached de alley doah it would be
necessary to call fur leben ambulances.
When Mr. Cushin writ his manual it
was intended to kiver all cases up to a
certain pint. Arter dat pint was passed
it was supposed de president had de
muscle an' science to handle de crowd.
"It is now time to disrupt de meetin
an go home." M. Quad in New York
A TVIse Virgin.
"He'll never get over my jilting him."
"Why, was he-so in love with your"
"Oh, no. He was so in love with him-ielf.-Life.
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been used by millions of mothers fat
their children while teething. If dis
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In the pursuit cf t dc gooc things of
ttis world we aatlcipate too much; we
sat out the hert and sweetne? s of world
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The dictioncry stys, "a baisam is a
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