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TIUC AiiGUb. SATURDAY. AUGl'ST IS5J1.
THE A KG US.
Pnbllafaed Dailj and Weekly at 124 Second Av
enue, Bock Iriand, 111.
J. W. Potter. - Publisher.
Tnu Daily, bOc per month; Weekly, fS-OO
All commanicattona of a oritlcal or argumenta
tive character, political or religious, man have
real name attached for publication Mo each arti
tiele will be printed over Bciitiona enatan.
Anonymous eommnniaatione not noticed.
Oorresjiondence solicited froo every township
la Bock Island connty.
Saturday, August 22, 1891.
Mb. Blaine's health seems to be nil
right. It is Mr. Harrison who is sick.
Bays the Chicago Post.
"My dear friends' is the way Mr. Har
rison opened his speeches along the route
to Bennington . Bat be is mistaken in
his audience. They are Blaine's dear
friends, if Pennsylvania is any criterion.
Ik Indiana the tax assessors arc just
about as rasclly incompetent as they ire
in Illinois. The stallion Ax'cll, who
couldn't be bought for flOO.OOO, was only
assessed at $500. Some day the people
will have grown tired of being defrauded
ia this mannet, and the kick they will
make will be heard even by Jay Gould,
William McKinley and their fellow rob-,
Ex Sbsatok Farwell says if Hirri
eon should be renominated be would
lose Illinois by 40.U00 votes. The re
publicaos are in a very bad way all
broken up everywhere. The Blaine and
Harrison factions cannot unite and the
one which succeeds in the convention
will be slaughtered by the other. The
result will be that the republican party
will be retired permanently, the people
will get out of debt, and stay out. in the
absence of billion dollar republican congresses.
St. Louis Republic: With imrr.ene
areas devoted to farming; with virgin
lands constactly brought under tillage:
with the most intelligent and best skilled
labor in the world; leading a!l other
nations in the invention and use cf labor
saving Br.chines; with cxhdusUcss biu.-is
of the raw material of manufactures, we
ought under any wise and tqunl system
of laws to produce the largest surplus of
the world, and with that surplus to out
strip a'.l peoples in the volume of oar
foreign commerce. Yet, under the pro
hibitory tariff, commerce has been checked
in growth and most disastrously d (varied
and distorted from its natural proportions.
Everyone interested in the betterment
of public roads and highways s' -nil J read
the article of John Gilmer Speed on
'Country Roads and Highways," in the
September Lippincott. That we have
very bad roads in this country is an m
cepted fact, but few realize how very bad
they are in comparison with those of
many foreign countries- Besides, c .11
ing attention to the wretched condition
of our roads, and telling what has t.i-t n
done in different states fcr their
betterment, Mr. Speed offers some yulua
ble suggestions. Among otLtr articles to
be noted are a clever skit by Edg,-ir Faw
cett, entitled, "His Msjesty the 'Averse
Reader,' " and "The D&y s that are to lie,"
a dip into the future, by J. K. Wet bi rill.
Notable among the potm3 in this num
ber is, -No Tears for Dead Love," by the
late Philip Bourfee Marston. There are
other poems by Clinton Scollurd, Louis:
Imogen Guicev, JeaLie Gwytne Btltany,
Charles'Morris, Bttsie Chandler, Susan
na Massey, Douglas Sladen and Wilii-iin
A steam yacht of a di-placeiaer.t of
COO tons has been fitted up by the piiaee
of Monaco for the study of oceanography.
It is arranged to give a large r. serve of
steam power, for scientific work, anj its
engine room contains, in audition to the
engines, a dynamo, an ammonia fr.tr.inij
machine, a water still, and other npjmr-.
atus. Electric lamps are provided for
illumination, together with a lU.OOO cm
die power Beach light for i.ight oh-.erv.ii
tions of the sea. Other special finings
include a rtfrigera:iog chamber and a col J
chamber, several laboratories, wiuct.es.
and cables for deep-sea si uniliugs. The
prince has already made considerable pto
grecs in the study of the dirriin ntn'
velocity of ocean currents. During the
last three years he has been rtcjuliog the
picking up of numbered floats, which, to
the number of 1,700, he has thrown over
board iu three distinct regions between
Europe and America, and has been mak
ing a very accurate chart of Atlantic cur
rents from the data thus supplied. Io the
course of these operations interestirg
zoological discoveries have been made,
adding many new species to those before
On August 25 and September 29, the
Burlington, Cedar, Rapids & Northern
railway will sell harvest excursion tickets
from all stations on its line south of and
including Vinton, to all stations on its
line north of and including Iowa Falls, in
Iowa'Minnesota and South Dako a, to all
points in Arkansas, Indian Territory,
Texan. New Mexico, Colorado, Wyom
ing, Utah, Idaho, Montana, South and
North Dakota; also to all points in Ten
nessee, Louisana, Alabama, Mississippi,
Georgia and Florida at a rate of one fare
and onestbird for the round trip.
For further information, enquire of
any ticket agent of this company, or
J. J. Hakhegak,
Gen. Ticket and Pass. Agent.
REMEMBERED THE WILL
PETER GAINES' QUEER PLACE FOR
HiS LAST TESTAMENT.
It Came Near Depriving His Adopted
Daughter of Share in the Eatate An
Interesting Episode or the Coal Oil Dis
coveries in Pennsylvania.
The physical contrast between Mary
Gaines ano her father and mother was
startling e lough. Old Gaines was a very
hard work it g man, aud so ignorant that
hecould ne ther rend norwrite. He worked
in the coal mines for many years, and put
the snvinps of his life into 300 acres of wild
land in Clarion county. But the farm was
rugged nnd sterile, and, leaving his brother
to work it, tlie old man came to this city
and got a position on the Rr-ailiiig railroad
as watehm: n, and with Mary's help and
Sirs. Gaims's thrift they made a decent
At this tine the coal oil discoveries were
made, and rude mountaineers, who had
seldom a shoe on their feet, fonnd them
selves millionaires. In this good fortune
Peter Gaines w.is destined to participate.
Although illiterate lie was bLrewd, aud
refused to sell hi Clarion county farm
until he had examined the ground, and the
result was i lint in six months he returned
lo his w ife unil daughter wit h fSO.OOO and
au income from leases that amounted to
several hundreds por day.
Peggy Giiii.cs had but one idea of the
value of mrney, nnd that was to use it for
the benefit f her Mary. A fine house was
purchased ia the northern p.'.rt of the tity,
and Mary's social surroundings liegan to
lie very plc-(.s.mt. Old Gaines looked care
fully Qer 1 i-Jiisinejs, and his wealth was
increasing lapiuly. In the days of her pov
erty nnd dependence Mary had given her
heart to 15 -mard Rudolph, a young Ger
man, who v as c'uenii.-t in a large dyeing
establishment iu the city. Mrs. Gaines
more than once hinted to her daughter
that, with h r wealth ami leauty, she could
look higher but Mary, with a quiet decis
ion that her mother understood, declared
that she loved l!ert:ard, aud all the weuiili
in Christendom should not separate them.
A sritl'Rls-S FOR MART.
So a date for the wedding was fixed, but
a terrible oceurrruce damaged all the
lovers' plao-i. Mrs. Gaines wauted to see
her old hor.e in the woods and accom
panied her hushund on one of his visits to
the oil country. A collision of two trains
happened on t he way, and Peter G. lines
and his wif were taken out of the wreck
It was a 'erriblo shock to the daughter,
and for n mouth she did little else than
grieve over tin his of her parents, line
of her father's friends saw her and advised
steps being taken to settle the estate.
Mary consented listlessly, but was aroused
from her indifieren e a week later, when
her friend c one to the house with a letter
in his hcml.
"Miss M; ry, I have a surprise for you.
Your father's brut her Michael has applied
to the court of Clnrion county to adminis
ter your fat.ivr's estate on the ground that
he is the ne::t heir, and I miht as weil tell
you now th. t he made nn uliidavit that you
are not the child of Peter and Margaret
Gaines. I have a note from the Kev. lather
Kohiiuan, o:' Pitt-siiiirgh, whom you know.
He states th it he will call on you Thurs
day. In t lit meantime, I have engaged Mr.
William V: lim e, one of the lst lawyers
in middle Pennsylvania, to look after your
inter. I is."
Mary sat for some moments in a state of
utter bewilderment. Michael Gaines never
liked her, and this must be a piece of spite
ful mischief It con id not he true. Ii-r-nard's
cons, lat ion was manly and practi
cal. '"If you lose the estate we will have
enouzh to live on. So let it g."
Father K hlmau paid his visit and laid
to rest ail hope of expectation that her un
cle's story was in short, he con
firmed it. lie said: '"On the 19: h of Octo
ber, 1-SVl, a I arty of two men and two wnm
eu w:re crossing vhe mountains near Peter
Gain-s' cat. n. It was nightfall and le
giuuing to snow, so they stopped iu the
barn e.ud I ft next morning at daybreak.
Peter went to the laiu to look alter the
dow ami heard si.:nei hing crying, and look
ing about fo t:id a child ahout four months
old. The toother had, no doubt, left it
when star; i'ig a lew hours before. Pt-ggy
was nil 1 wi h joy, and after some detour
Peter consented t let her adept the lilt le
girl. I was t-aiied in and baptized you, my
dear. I ur; cl ll:t: old people to tell you
the truth y a:s r.go, lmt they f;-;ip-il that
you might come to love them less, l.-.it
1 ism coulM.et.t lh.it your adopted father
never lefu U is world without providing for
you, lor he assured me as much not more
thuu a year ilt.."
tiik v ii.i. loira
Mary-w.-s eiy hiie, and, clasping her
hands, said "if I had only known the
truth I wou.d have been prepared for this,
but I It-el as if 1 h:id noiace iu 1 he world,"
The good orirM urized her not to despair
of the is':;:e. l!i-r reward might le de
layed, but it woui.l surely come.
Mr. Wallace's advice was brief aud to
the point. "'The j l lintitT can, 1 am as
sure!, prove t b it Mary Guinea was oulyua
adopted chi'd, and, therefore, not entitled
to inherit. Hut I have every reaon to be
lieve that there is n will, bo make all due
inquiry in that direction.
Among in my old friends was Hilly Bur
ton, a e'er': m the H"idiug railroad main
office. He was present when Wallace's
letter w:is read, and suddenly paralyzed
the company by shontiug: "Good God,
what a fool lam! Where's my hat?"' nnd
then he rus! ed out of the room at racing
Billy wall.ed rapidly along talking to
himself. "'hat a hammer headed chump
I am to have forgotten that. It's about
two years ago when old Gaines was watch
man, and 1 e let me into the office one
night, Eng isb Brown was there, too. It
all comes lu ck to me. They asked me to
witness a pi per, and old Peter made bis
mark like a railroad crossing. And now to
That gentleman was fouud. He had
been a hiv.-r.:rs clerk, and but for drink
could have got along in the world. Burton
poured a flood of questions on him. "Yes,
he had written Peter's will; did not know
that Peter was dead; of course he had the
paper, it was in 'is 'at." So betook off his
tall tile, nnd after removing numerous ar
ticles threw on the table a folded sheet of
foolscap. Barrou oiened it. "Yes, there's
my fist, sure enough. Leaves all his prop
erty that he ha;, i.t death to his wifo for
life, and t-t 1 er death to his adopted daugh
ter, Mary," and then Billy shouted, "Here's
one dollar, Brown, you'll be takeu care
The paper was taken by Wallace to Cla
rion county, iu execution proved, and the
crowd that had thrown themselves like
vultures on the dead man's wealth were
discomfited. Mary and Bernard were mar
ried in due season. The estate amounted
to nearly ISJO.OUO, and Billy Burton and
old Brown v ere not forgotten. Philadel
AUTHOR OF "PAUL AND VIRGINIA.'-
Incidents in the Knrlr Childhood of This
Celebrated French Writer.
Henri-Jacques Bernnrdin de St.. Pierre
was born at Havre in the year 1737. He
was a beautiful but wayward child, re
markable for his fondness of flowers nnd
animals. One day he saw a carter ill usii ;
his horse, and goiug boldly up to the inaii
IlE SHOOK IMS LITTLE FIST AT HIM.
he'shook his little list at him, calling on
him to desist from hurting the poor ani
mal. From his earliest childhood beseems
to have been so fond of nature that it
closed hi eyes to the wonders of art.
When his father took him to Kouen and
was pointing out to him the beautiful tow
ers of the cathedral, the boy exclaimed,
"How high they fly!" Those who heard
him laughed, thinking he meant the tow
ers; bnt the little fellow's eyes were fixed
on some swallows that had built their
nests in them and were swiftly darting
through the blue sky aUive them.
This lift le boy in time became the cele
brated writer of the story of "Paul ami
Virginia." other tales, e-s ivs and several
plays. He died .Ian. Jl, lsli.
A Curious Story.
Some tinieago 1 i-rceived that a solitary
hen was frequenting the l.-uvu iu front of
it, and had apparently withdrawn from
the s ociety of her fellow fowls at the back.
Whet her she boarded tit home, returning
to the poultry yard for her meals, or cou
tetited herself wit !i foraging in 1 he flower
beds and grass of the garden, I do not
know, but she certainly had shaken the
dust of her former residence from her
cla.vs completely a: ottiwr times. One tay
I perceived an unusual commotion anil
agitation in a handsome pimtree, whose
branches sweep the lawn, and to my amaze
ment beheld one of our cats engaged wit h
this hen in the liveliest game of hide-nnd-seek,
running in and out under the tree
after each ot.ier, the cat crouching, wrig
gling and darting beueath the branches,
and the bird occasionally hopping up on
one of them, whither the beast pursued
her. At first I thought it was war, sudden
death nnd murder: but present lv perceived
it was peace, and the pursuit of innocent
amusement wit h the friendliest good un
derstanding. After this I watched them,
and to my inlinite amusement saw this
game repeated over and over again. Then
these curious companions took to walking
sedately side by side (almost what you
might call arm iu armi round the gravel
walk., and finally settled amicibly down
toge'her on the nice hot glass frame of
one of the vegetable pits in the kitchen
garden. Here 1 have seen them sitting,
winking and blinking iu t he suu, appar
ently perfectly happy in mind and body,
until suddenly the he:i would turn shar;
Iy roiiinl and give a vicious peck at the
cat's lace or biea-t (what it had said to
shock or offend her 1 did not he.tr, upon
which the four footed feline creature, hurt
iiojioubt in ail its feelings, sHii down and
malleoli rattier shamefacedly, the biped,
the feathered fowl, remaining in undivided
posses-inn. though apparently iu rallied
dignity, of the comfortable hot glass.
A TiiKcuii Lullaby.
Klowerof the plum!
Now, biiiiy, let me take your flower soft
To reckon with A kiss one little thumb.
Flower of the strawberry!
Two kisses en the tiny iorcfinircr.
And for the wiutllu linter nimil be three.
r ' vj.
A TUSCAN BABV'S BEDTIME.
Flower of the peach!
Four kisses on the finger that comes next.
And tlve to count the lust! One more for eachl
Flower of the rose!
Five fingers ot the little rose white hand.
The foot has five pink rosebuds for its toes.
Flowers pink and white!
Fall from the tree of dreams on hand9 and
So many kisses, baby, and good night!
A IJttle Man's Wishes.
"My littlo man, come tell to me.
If yon could by some matrfc be
To the unknown fairyland transplanted.
Where boys may have their wishes granted.
What would your wishes be?"
"I'd wish" he sidewjse cocked his head.
Pondered and paused, and then he said:
"I wish I had two brothers.
One great big one, and one I coold lick:
That nothln' never'd make me sick.
And eight or nine grandmothers."
Ye hurrying people, STOP,
Your glittering money, DROP,
And you will get your money's worth,
If you are satisfied short of the earth.
OXFORD SALE :
Special inducements to buyers. All Oxfords and Low Cur
COST AND LESS
To make room for Fall Stock.
BOSTON SHOE STORE,
1623 Second Ave., under Rock Island House.
P. S BIG NEW LINE OF SCHOOL SHOES.
For Over Fifty Tears
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup hag
reen used by millions of mother? for
their children while teething. If dis
burbed at nigbt and broken of your res
by a sick child suffering and crying with
pain of cutting teeth send at once and pet
a bottle oT "Mrs. WiDslow's Soothing
Syrup" for children teething. It will re
lieve the poor iinie euilerer immetiiilely.
Depend upon it, mothers, there is no mis
take about it. It cures diarrhoea, regu
lates the stomach and bowels, cures wind
colic, softens the gums, reduces inflamma
tion &nd gives tone and energy to the
whole system, "Mrs Window's Soothing
Syrup" lor children teeltiog is plesant
to the tttste and is the prescription i f one
of the oides and best female physicims
ar.d nurses in the United States. Sold bv
all druggists throughout the world. Price
twenty-five cents a bottle. Be sure and
ask for "Mrs. Window's Soothing Syrup
Three Harvest Ezcamoni.
The Burlington route, C, B. & Q. R.
R., will seil from principal stations on
Its lines, on Tuesdays. August 25 and Sep
tember 15 and 29, harvest excursion tickets
at Ion- rates to principsl cities and points
in the farming regions of the west, south
west and northwest. For tickets and
further information concerning these ix
cnrsi'irs, call on your nearest C , B. fc
Q. ticket agent, or hdilress P. S. Eus'is,
tien'l PafS and Ticket Aeent, Chicago,
Do Ton Cocgbt
Don't delay. Tske Ktmp's Ba'sim, the
best couch cure. It will cure your
coughs and colds It will cure pains in
the chevt. It will cure influenza and
t.rocchi'i3 and all diretses perumicg to
the ir.Egs because it is a pure baisitta
Hold it to the light iird soe how cletr and
thick it is. Yu will see the excellent
efiect af'er taking the first dose. L'.r;je
bottles . ".Da and fl.
A Mother's Grsti'ude. My eon was in
au almost hopeless condition with ll.i.x
whin I commenced using Clnti:her'airs
Col c. Cholera ani Dior.hoea Remedy. It
gBVe i:iin iir.tmdiate relief and I am sure
it savt-d his iife. I take jjreit pleasure
ia rec iiini'-n.iir'g it to all. Mm. M L.
Jnhn-on. Everett. SinifPon county. Miss.
25 6nd GO cent bottles tr Sale by llurtz
& Bahnt-en, lruL'bts.
Mr. C'tirk, to the public: I wihh to say
lo my firm's ami the public, that I re
tard Chauiheriain's Colic, Chokra and
Diarrhoea remeily as the best preDaration
in use for colic aud diarrhoea. It is the
fnest stl!ing medicine lever handled, be
cause it always gives satisfaction. O.
H Clark, OrangeriHe, Ttx.' For etle by
Hartz &, Babnsen, druggif-ts.
Albert Erwin, editor of the Leonard.
Texas, Graphic, says: ''For the cure of
cramps in the stomach Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy is
ihe best and most greedy I ever used."
Many others who have tried it entertain
the same opinion. For sale by Hartz &
In the pursuit of uie gooa things of
ttits world we anticipate too much; we
-At out tbe 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 care for ague and
milarial diseases. Price, 00 ceute, of
I was troubled with catarrh for seven
vears previous to commencing the u;e of
Ely's Cream Balm. It has done for me
what other so-called cures have failed to
do cured me. Tbe effect nf the Balm
seemed magical. Clarence L. Huff, Bid
After trying manv remedies for catarrh
during past years, I tried Ely's Cream
Balm with complete success. It is over
one year since I stopped using it and have
had no return of catarrh. I recommend
it to all my friends Milton T. Palm,
I can recommend Ely' Cream Balm to
all sufferers f:0ca dry catarrh from per
sonal experience Michael Herr, Phar
WILL, be voder the supervision of the
Burlingrton, Cedar Baplds ei Northern
Kailwa y. W. J. MORRISON, Manager, and
will be open for the Reception of Ruests
June 1 5th in each year. Visitors will find
Is flrst-clasa in all of its appointments,
bein? supplied with g-as, hot and cold
water baths, electric bells and all modern
improveniM.ts. -team laundry, billiard
balls, bowling alley, etc., and positively
free from annoyance by mosquitoa
ROUND-TRIP EXCURSION TICKETS
will be placed on sale at the commence
ment of tourist season by the Burlington,
Cedar Rapids & Northern Railway and
all of Its connecting1 lines at low rates to
the foliowi-.g points: Splint. Lake, Iowa;
Waterrille, Minneapolis. St. Paul and
Lake Minnetcnka. Minnesota; Lake Su
perior points; Yellowstone Parlt and
points In Colorado.
Write for "A Midsummer Paradise" to
the Oenernl Ticket and Passenger Agent.
Cediir Rapids. Iowa; for hotei rates to
W. J. MOiiRlON, Manager. Spirit Lake.
C. J WES. J. F. HASKEGAN.
Pick't ai Oe-n ! ?t:p't.
Jolin Vollv cSc Co.,
Sath, Doors, Blinds, Siding, Fioorics,
si.il all kinils of ooil work for builders.
Elhter.th St., ret. Third and Fourth aves.
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