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1HJC AUG u ft. SATURDAY, AUG l' ST 15, 1891.
Published Daily and Weekly at 1824 Becond Av
enue, Rock I eland, 111.
J. W. Potter, - - Publisher.
Tbbvs Dally. 60c per month; Weekly, $3.00
per annum. -
All communications of critical or argumenta
tive character, political or religion, man have
real name attached for publication No each arti
Ucles will be printed over flctition. signatures -Anonymous
communications not noticed.
Correspondence solicited (ram every township
Is Bock Island county.
Saturday. August 15, 1891.
Mrs. Lease, of Kansas, addressed a
crowd of farmers in Harrey county in
tbat state a short time ago and her part
ing words were a good deal mare for
cible than elegant. In winding np her
address she said: "And now I say to you
as my final admonition, not knowing that I
shall eer meet you again, raise less
wheat andjoorn add more hell."
M. de Blowitz, the famous Paris cor
respondent of the .'London Times, has
been superceded by William Fullerton, an
American and a graduate of Harvard of
the class of '80. Mr. Fullerton has been
connected with the Times staff for the
past two years, and his good work during
that period is the cause of his promotion.
Although no longer at the bead of the
Paris office, M. de Blowitz will continue
bis special contributions to the Times.
Be is highly valued by the owners of the
paper, and the change is made to accom
An Illinois editor, enthused by the
bountiful yield of all crops in the Prairie
state, thUB gives vent to bis exuberance:
The chigger may chig with all his might;
and the mocking bird mock and sing; but
the Illinois crop takes the cake, and com,
you bet, is king. The cricket may crick
and the frofclet frog, and the farmer may
chant bis strain, for the Illinois crop is
always on top when there is plenty of
rain. The chinch bug may chinch and
the grasshopper hop, and the hot winds
make you tired, but if anyone says there
are such things here, just call him a hor
rid liar. Oklahoma may boom and Texas
bowl and Missouri shoot off her chop,
but this is the place to get a home and
raise a great big crop.
Bringing HarrlHon to Hay.
St. Loui- Repnblic.
Since Mr. Foster, ot Ohio, was made
secretary of the treasury, the work of
using the federal civil service to secure a
renomination for Mr. Harrison has been
pushed with renewed vigor. Mr. Foster
bad never been known as a financier, but
be was known as a very "fine worker" in
politics, and this reputation, which give
him his pi nee in the cabinet, be is pro
ceeding to justify in Mr. Harrison's in
terest. He is met by a carefully calculated hut
seemingly spontaneous outburst of en
thusiasm lor Blaine, the meaning of
which it is impossible to mistake. It
does not mean that all the republicans
who are shouting for Blaine believe it
will be possible to nominate him. Oj
the contrary, it is altogether probable
that those who shout the loudest are con
vinced tbat even if Blaine recovers his
health, he is so "tied up" with Harrison
as to be unavailable. But at present he
is the most convenient man to be used in
protest against Harrison's second term
ambition, and every shout for him is a
notification to Mr. Harrison that the
country and even the republican party
has had enough of him.
In Mr. Blaine's present state of rr.eital
and physical wcUuibs, it may be easy
to extort from him, through the aid
of Elkins and others of bis former
friends with whom the Harrisons have
formed close commercial and political
alliances, such a lptr as Puse!l Harri
son's newspaper threatened him with be
ing comptll.d t.i write. A letter from
Mr. Blaine, declining to be a candidate,
and declaring bis "undying fealty" to the
Harrison family, would surprise no one
under the circumstances. Incited, its ap
pearance has befn anticipated, but wben
it does appear it will mike no great dif
ference. If, as is inferrible from the
"Blaine fealty" editorial of the New York
illustrated weekly wi'.h which young
Harrison is counecte I, it is looked upon
by the Harrisons ss thtir best tiump, they
have already lost their game. Wben it is
played the Blaine enthusiasm will net ' e
allowed to diminish. It has a well
grounded reason in a prevailing opinion
of Mr. Harrison, whirls is thus forcibly
stated by ex-Senator Farwell. of Illinois:
It is rny candid opin'or. tuit if the nomination
of Hurriron if forced on the republican party he
will lose every stute In tiie union with the excep
tion of Vermont. He ii not a irentlt-man ; lie Is a
litte. petulant man. Men prominent in the re
publican par y have called on him aud come awav
swearing mid mi account of the discourteous
treatment received nt his kinds, lleie gallons of
citizens waiting upon him in connection with pub
lic afiairs have been inuliiied. Feople don't like
that sort of thint', and, mind jon now, what I am
telline yon ix what any man wlio'.ias been brought
in personal contact with Harrison won d say if b
did not consider it policy to keep still. Yon talk
confidently with uinmtU any republican senator
and be will tell yoa jiiKt n bat 1 urn telltuK you.
This is somewhat exaggerated, for it re
nominated, Mr. Harrison would certainly
carry Maine and probably New Hamp
shire. Mr. Farwell merely means to say
In the most forcible way possible tbat the
"little petulant man" has no chance of
re-election. That is what the Blaine
boomers are saying in another way, and
if they do not succeed in making Mr. Har
rison understand it now they will try
what they can do to impress it on him
wben the republican national convention
Both sides are playing the game with
their utmost skill, but thus far Mr. Har
rison and his office-holders appeur to be
losing every point.
Three Barvaat Excursions.
The Burlington route, C, B. & Q. R.
. R., will sell from principal stations on
its lines, on Tuesdays.August 25 and Sep
tember 15 and 29,harvest excursion tickets
at low rates to principal cities and points
in the farming regions of the west, south
west and northwest. For tickets and
further information concerning these ex
cursions, call on your nearest C, B. &
Q. ticket agent, or address P. S. Eustis,
-; Gen'l Pass, and Ticket Agent, Chicago,
FRENCHMEN ON STIMULANTS.
Opinions Expressed by a Number of Noted
Men Ibont Tobacco and Alcohol.
Tolstoi a wholesale denunciation of to
bacco and alcohol, as agents that destroy
the mora, consciousness, has called forth
various expressions of opinion, among
which oecur the following from noted
Gounod thinks they cause sluggishness,
and ther-jfore affect the will, but not the
conscience, which is a divine decree. He
himself has abandoned smoking.
Zola sa;-s be does not drink wine for the
reason that it does not agree with him. He
disagrees with Tolstoi's opinions and re
gards the use of stimulants as a mere mat
ter of hot homie.
Dr. Charcot thinks Tolstoi's tenets exag
gerated a id false. He says stimulants are
injurious but mar be used in moderation.
Datidet said he had found that smoking
assisted i-.nd that intoxication prevented
Fruit Eating Animals.
The apj.le is highly appreciated by horses,
cows, sheep, goats, hogs, deer, elephants,
rabbits, St uirrels, domestic fowls and many
of the will animals and birds. The per
simmon is greedily devoured in immense
quantities by opossums and dogs. The
fig is a :'avorite food among animals
horses, slieep, goats, hogs, camels, ele
phants and fowls greedily devouring it.
The cherry, as our fruit growers well know,
is a delicacy which the whole feathered
tribe contend for. Peaches are only relished
by a few animals, among which may be
mentioned the rabbit. Grapes are eaten
with great relish by horses, cows, sheep,
deer, hog-i. camels, elephants and some
times by dogs and many wild animals.
Dried fruits of all kinds are eaten with
avidity ty the Eskimo dogs. Fruits,
such as the orange, lemon, lime, shaddock,
sourplnn , green olive, etc., are shunned
by nearly all kinds of animals, as they are
by worms. Olives, when they become
thoroughly ripe, will readily be eaten by
hogs, afttr they have once acquired the
taste. The ostrich will eat many kinds of
fruit with enjoyment. Nuts of nearly all
kinds Hre relished and sought after by
squirrels, monkeys, hogs, parrots and
many other kinds of animals aud birds.
The Royal Ked Cross.
In the cr. t isdenirrprl rh rlitpAratmn Intnl..
bestowed y Queen Victoria on Mrs. Grim
wood, the Mftnipur heroine. The Roval
Red Cross whs instituted by royal warra'at,
April 23, 1Ni, for the purpose of rewarding
services rendered by certain persons u
nursing the sick and wounded of the ar
And IlHW. It miisists nf ft rri-.&c anoni.
crimson, eied with goid, having on the
arms iner-oi toe words, laitn, hope, charity
and the t'.ale Vjf tlie irn.r irnrir.n with ih.
queen's efiigy in the center. On the reverse
niuc mc iu;ai auu imperial cipher and
crown in relief are placed in the center.
worn on t
is to lie w
to the que
ing to sic
ots, and, i
tion is Flo
THE RED CliOSS.
s is to be attached to a dark blue
ed with red. tied in a bow and
le left shoulder. The decora: ion
rn hy the queen and hy ni-y of
family ou whom it mny be con-
ration is intended for any ladies
rig sisters, whether subjects or
-sous, who may be recommended
if s notice by special exertions
ig for the nursing or for nttend
i und wounded soldiers and sail
l tiie case of nursing sisters, for
votiou and eompeteucy which
lave displayed in their nursing
l the army in the held or in the
military hospitals. Prominent
se who have received this decora-
A Curious Oueslion and Its Answers.
A curio is question was asked by the
Paris Figaro of its women readers. A novel
entitled "Ooeur de Mere" appeared in the
paper. In this story a mother of srrong re
ligious col victions refuses to consent, totlie
marriage f her daughter with the man she
loves, because he is bound hy a vow made
to his dying father never to be married in
church or t aRe part in a religious ceremony.
The girl dies broken hearted, and to the last
the mother refuses the permission that
would saw herciiild from the grave. The
Figaro asked its readers, "Was the mother
justified in withholding her consent aud
thereby bringing her daughter to an early
grave?" Vlie editor received 1,431 answers.
Of these G- 1 considered the mother justified
in preferring her daughter's death to her
dishonor in . contracting a marriage un
blessed by the church; 570 took the oppo
site view aud blamed the mother: 2ou an
swered hesitatingly and suggested various
solutions lo the problem. The editor ex
pressed his admiratiou of the style iu which
the letters as a rule, were written. Some
distinguished women took part in the cor
respondence. Answers caiue from differ
ent parts of the globe. "I would lynch the
mother," tabled au American wotnan.
An Approach to Perpetual Motion.
Optician calls attention to a clock to be
seen at Brussels, which comes about as
near being a perpetual motion machine as
rau be invented, for the sun does the wind
ing. The following is the method by which
it works: A shaft exposed to the solar rays
causes an updraft of air, which sets the fan
in motion. 1 he fan actuates mechanism
which rais-js the weight of the clock uutil
it reaches t he top and then puta a break on
the fun till the weight lias gone down a
little, whe i the fan is again liberated aud
proceeds to act as before. As long as the
sun shines frequently enough and the
machinery does not wear out, the clock
will keep in perpetual motion,
Tl e Widows of England.
There an' over SrtO YKI
widowers in England. The Westminster
Review, in discussing the subject, nttrib-;
utes the l isparity chiefly to the growing
disposition of men tn mnrrr Lit, in lira i
under which circumstances they generally
marry persons younger than themselves. i
Hints for Making Some Pretty Specimens
or These Convenient Articles.
Screens for fireplaces, for arranging the
cozy corners that are now a fad, for shel
tering invalids from drafts in country
house with their widely opened doors and
windows, are prominent objects now in any
well furnished room, and need not be an
expensive feature necessarily.
Frames that are made of a plain band of
thin wood need to be enameled or stained.
Then they may be mounted with panels of
embroidered linen; silkolene shirred on or
a pretty cretonne also answers the purpose
Spiders' webs are seen on many of the
new screens. They can be managed by
amateurs in this way: Over a plain panel
of coral Roman satin draw from top to
bottom a length of gold and coral tinseled
cord; repeat from side to side and corner to
corner. Now weave the web of the same
fine tinseled cord in and out the lengths of
cord that have been drawn across the panel.
Each thread of the web should be at least
an inch from the precedingone. This, with
an artificial spider or insect or two, finishes
the tianels. Other tiatipIq mov Ha r , k
coral satin or slightly embroidered with
arooping sprays or a vine falling half way
A single screen, pnsv tn mnl-e i
ted as follows: Cut out the shape as a lyre
or narp in caroooard and bind it over close-
lv With Soft Or liftAW rvirrl criA it ,nH o.l.t
strings of bright gold cord. Drape one side
-1 . i . . ...
vi mo iyre witn turquoise suk or gauze
and catch into the strings quite carelessly
a bunch of roses and leaves made of crape
A Cseful Cleansing; Fluid.
An excellent cleansing fluid, especially
useful when men's garments require reno
vation, is prepared as follows: Dissolve
four ounces of white Castile soap shavings
in a quart of boiling water. When cold
add four ounces of ammonia, two ounces
each of ether, ak-ohol and glycerine, and a
gallon of clear cold water. Mix thorough
ly, and as it will keep for a long time, bot
tle and cork tightly for future use. This
mixture will cost about eighty cents, and
will make eight quarts.
Fcr men's clathing, heavy cloth, etc.,
dilute a small quantity in an equal amount
of water, and following the nap of the
goods sponge the stains with a piece of simi
lar cloth. The grease that gathers upon
tne collars of coats will immediately disap
pear, and the undiluted fluid will vanquish
the more obstinate spots. When clean drv
with another clot hand press the under sine
with a warm iron. According to Harper's
Bazar, which is authority for the foregoing,
this fluid is aiso useful wben painted wal'-i
and woodwork require scouring, a cupful
to a pail of water lieing the proper propor
tion. A Uammock for Solid Comfort.
Pillow cushions are a great addition to
thecomfort of a hammock. Theone showu
in the cut here reproduced from the New
York Recorder is meant for a barrel ham
mock, which, when carefully made and
cushioned, is perhaps the best of all for
solid comfort. It is free from the meshes
which catch the buttons and hold the rib
bons fast, and it is steady as well as al
ways spread, so that it rumples the dainty
summer gown far less than any netted one
is apt to do. The barrel hammock is
made, as its name suggests, from a barrel,
by following these directions given by the
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A HAMMOCK PILLOW CUSHION.
First select a smooth, clean barrel, then
knock out both ends, and with an auger
bore a hole in each end of every stave three
inches from the edge. Then pass a manilla
clothesline through the holes iu such a
manner that it shall go over one stave and
under the next, and so on. Two ropes
must be laced through the holes at both
ends of the barrel, so that one shall go
over and one under each stave, and care
must be taken to have all four start from
the same stave. When all the ropes are
laced the hoops must be knocked off, aud
the staves will lie found hung upon the
ropes in a perfect hammock form. The
four ends of rope which will lie found free
at each end of the hammock must lie
knotted together and the work will be
The cushions should be made an exact
fit. Printed awning cloth is selected for
the one given. The barrel hammock can
he left( in its natural state or painted a
quiet brown or gray tone. The cushion is
made with a roll shaped pillow attached,
and makes of the hammock a thoroughly
This is a nice dish for summer evening
tea or for luncheon: Put into a basin one
teacupful of browned veal gravy, one pint
of the liquor in which the tongue was
boiled, one tablespoonful of sugar, three
tablespoon fu Is of vinegar and one table
spoonful of burnt sugar dissolved iu water,
then add two ounces of gelatine dissolved
in half a pint of water, together with a pint
of boiling water, and strain through a flan
nel bag, having heated all together. Cut
the tongue in slices. Let the jelly cool and
begin to thicken, then pour a little of the
mixture iuto a mold, alternating layers
of sliced tongue and jelly until the mold
is full; cover and set on ice. To turn out
the jelly dip the mold into hot water for
au instant. Cut perpendicularly with a
SPECIAL SALE OF
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,
New lines of Ladies' fine Oxfords just received, at S2, 2.2? and
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ALL GOODS GUARANTEED.
Tot Over Fifty Tsars
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has
been used by millions of mothers for
their children while teething. If dis
burbed 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 o! "Mrs. Willow's Soothing
Syrup" for children teething. It will re
lieve the poor little tmfTcnr imweduU-i.
Depend upon it. mothers, thereisno mis
take about it. It cures diarrhoea, regu
lates the stomach 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 the prescription of one
of the oldes' and best female physicians
and nurses in the United States. Sold by
all druggists throughout the world. Price
twenty-five cents a bottle. Be sure and
aek for "Mrs. Winslow'sSoothing Syrup
In the pursuit of tne gooa things of
this world we anticipate too much; we
sat out the heart and sweetness of world
ly pleasures by delightful forethought of
them. The results obtained from the use
of Dr. Jones' Red Clover Tonic far exceed
all claims. It cures dyspepsia, and all
stomach, liver, kidney and bladder
troubles. It is a perfect tonic, appetizer,
blood purifier, a sure cure for ague and
malarial diseases. Price. 50 cents, of
& Beal Balsam is Kemp's Ralsaui
The dictionary siys, "a balsam is a
thick, pure, aromatic substance floTili
from trees." Kemp's Balsam for he
throat and Iuql's is Um oniv eouuh medi
cine that is a retl balsam. M-'y tbirt.
waiery cough remedies are called b-ilsstn's
bnt such are n;)t Look thrruh a r?;!;
of Kemu's Balsam and notire what nnre
thick preparation it is. If you cout;ii
use Kemp's Balsam. At all druL'L'iHts'.
"Large bottles 5(caadt'l.
Do Ten Cougul
Diin'ldelay. Take Kemp's Balotim, irm
best cough cure. It will cure your
coughs and colds. It will cure u::Li :n
the chest. It will cure influenza and
bronchitis and all diseases pertaining to
the lungs because it is a pure balsam
Hold it to tbp light and see how clear and
thick it is. You will see the excellent
effect after taking the first dose. L:ru
bottles 50a and fl.
WILL be under the supervision of the
Burlingrton, Cedar Rapids S Northern
Railway, W. J. MORRISON, Manag-er. and
will be open for the ijeception of guests
June 15th in each year. Visitors will find
Is first-class In all of its appointments,
bein? supplied with gas, hot and cold
water baths, electric bells and all modern
Improvements, .steara laundry, billiard
halls, bowling alley, ete, and positively
free from annoyance by mosquitos.
ROUND-TRIP EXCURSION TICKETS
will be plRced on sale at the commence
ment of 'o-trWt season by the Burlington.
Cedar Rapids 4i Northern Railway and
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the following- points: Spirit Lake, Iowa;
Wot-rriii,- Mi-Tv-oriita Sr Pari rnrl
Lake Mmnetcnka. Minnesota; Lake Su
perior points; Yellowstone Park and
points in Colorado.
TTrito for " A Midsummer Paradise" to
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."kimption or Ir.iasity, .
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Cleet, Gonorrhoea, Stricv.irc. "j ::z
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Voltaic BeltOo . Marshall, Mich.
A Mother's Gratitude. My son wa in
au almost hopeless condition with flux
wben I commenr.pri iiRin? PhamliurJam'c
Colic, Cholera an J Ditir. hoea Remedy. It
eave mm immediate rtiiet and 1 am sure
it saved his life. I take great pleasure
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Johnson, Everett, Simpson county. Miss.
io ana ou cent bottles for sale by II art z
& Bahnsen, druggists.
Mr. Clark, to the public: I wish to say
to my friends and the public, that I re
gard Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and
Diarrhoea remedy as the best preparation
to use for colic and diarrhoea. It is the
finest selling medicine I ever handled, be
cause it always gives satisfaction. O.
H Clark, OraDgeville. Tex. For sale by
Eartz & Bahnsen, druggists.
AlberfErwin, editor of the Leonard.
Texas, Graphic, says: "For the cure of
cramps in the stomach Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy is
the best and most SDeedy I ever used."
Many others who have tried it entertain
the same opinion. For sale by Hartz &
I was troubled with catarrh for seven
vears previous to commencing the use of
E'y'a Cream Balm. It has done for me
what other so-called cures have failed to
do cured me. The effect of the Balm
seemed magical. Clarence L Huff, Bid
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