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TTTP A1?G1 TUESDAY. XOVK " H 3, 191.
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Tuesday. November 3. 1891.
HebbaftkbThb A rods will publish
weekly the famous "Bill Snort" letters by
- Alex E. Sweet as produced in the Texas
Sittings. Col. Snort is a supposed Texan,
who imparts many White House secrets
to his friend. Maj. Dan McGary, of
Houston. The letters are written in a
spicy, rollicking style, and will make an
interesting addition to the many special
' features now to be found in The Abgcs.
' "Bill Nye" will have to look carefully to
hislaurals or "Bill Snort" will wrest
them from him.
The vastness of Maine's Umber wealth,
says an exchange, is not generally appre
ciated . Every year now 500,000.000 feet
of logs are cut in the state, about one
third or this amount floating down the
Penobscot, and ihe quantity of manufac
tured lumber that has been shipped from
the state since the first saw mill was
started is enormous beyond description.
Today the Peno' scot log crop is sawed
almost wnol'y for the American market.
New York, New England ports and Phil
adelphia taking the buik of it.
Congressman Owen Scott, of Bloom
' Ington, has been making speeches for tbe
cause of democracy in Ooio and doing
good service. His speeches are bight)
spoken of. Mr. Scott was in Cleveland
last week and when asked about the out
look throughout the state by a Plain
dealer representative he unhesitatingly
Why, bless your soul, Campbell is way
ahead and will beat them oat of sight.
' Tbe drift of public sentiment is deep,
wh'ch Insures a democratic victory for
the entire ticket. At every place where
X have spoken old line republicans assured
me tbu they cannot longer stand the
oppressive tariff. Why. np in Erie count)
some republican fishermen imported some
twine from Canada such as is used to
make nets and when they came to take
- the stuff from the custom house tbey were
compelled to pay fl a pound duty. These
men announce their purpose to vote ih
democratic ticket. Gov. Campbell will
be elected by a splendid m-jinty. He
has made a masmiflrtent cmiiga.
Men nl Goods.
Mr. R. G. Horr, humorist and ex-congressman,
is one of the tariff prophets of
The Tribune. In that capacity he is
trying to explain why the wage earner
is 'benefited by a tariff system which
makes his employer richer by decreasing
competition with his products, while
labor is reduced in price by free impor
tation of it.
Mr. Horr admits -that the labor mar
ket is governed by the law of supply and
demand and that tbe statutes cannot
fix a price for it. If they cannot do that
they cannot determine the price of
goods. If the tariff does not increase
the price of wages, then its advocates
have deceived the wage earners.
Mr.,' Horr explains that tbe tariff
brings foreign wage earners to this conn
try to earn American wages, bat if the
market is governed by the law of supply
and demand then the increased supply
most make those American wages lower.
That (this has been the result of free
trade in men and protection for products
is known to most wage earners.
The truth is that Mr. Horr and all his
tribe are interested in getting the men
and women who work for them at the
lowest possible price, and in selling what
these men and women produce at the
highest possible price. That is the es
sence of protection.
When the McKinley bill was pending
in congress, an amendment was offered
providing that the workingmen should
get tbe benefit of the increased tariff
taxes, but the Republican majority votel
it down. New York World.
The Consumer Pays It.
A well known firm of lard refiners in
Philadelphia writes as follows to The
" We pack la3 in all size tin packages.
from fifty pound tubs or cans down to
one pound tin cups. We make tbe as
sertion, which our books will show, thai
since the new duty went into effect our
sales for fifty pound tins have fallen off
. 60 per cent. This is owing to the fact
that tin tube are now one-quarter of a cent
per pound higher than wooden tubs,
while previous to the new duty they
were both the same price. The major
ity of dealers now buy their lard in wood,
in order to save tbe one-quarter cent per
pound. The balk of oar packing, how
ever, goes into the smaller sise packages,
one to ten pounds, and they are pur
chased by the consumers. The sales of
these -have not fallen off, bat the con
sumer is compelled to pay the increased
duty, because there is nothing else to
take the place of small tin pails to pack
And yet McKinley still asserts that
the prices of tin plates have not ad
vanced since his tariff went into effect.
Byrnp of figs.
Produced from the laxative and nutri
tious juice of California figs, combined
with tbe medical virtues of plan's known
to be most beneficial to the human s
tern, acts gcntlr, on te kidneys, liver
and bowel, effectually cleansing tbe
system, dispelling colds sud headaches,
and curing babiiual constipation.
A handsome complexion is one of the
greatest charms a woman can possass
Pozzoni's Complexion powder gives iu
THE TONGUE AS A RESPIRATOR.
)ne Plan to Follow When Facing- at Cold
East Wind or Breathing the Might Air.
A writer in The Lancet says: "It is not
f enerally known that nature has provided
each of us with the best respirator always
at hand in the tongue. For years I have
personally relied on this alone, and have
r commended this proceeding to many pa
tients. When facing a cold east wind or
bieathing quickly the night air I never
qi Jte close my mouth, but purposely keep
the lips a trifle parted and at the same
time curl up my tongue toward the roof of
mv mouth until tbe tip reaches as far back
as the soft palate, and I gently press the
arvhed under surface of tbe tongue in some
dejeree against tbe hard palate (a little
pn ctice soon makes this easy to do). The
col I air then, as it enters the month,
str.kes against the nuder surface of the
tongue as well as the floor and sides of the
mo ith. and is made to pass in a somewhat
circuitous manner between tbe sides of the
tongue and the buccal mucus membrane
of tie pharynx, being thereby wanned in
its course, so that by the time it reaches
the larynx it is nicely rid of chill and does
not excite cough and catarrh. At the same
time a certain quantity of air of course
finds its way through the nasal passages
to tie chest, and it is obvious that a larger
quai tity of cold air can be effectually
warned by this method of procedure than
by rjlying on either tbe nose or mouth
alom . That the large blood supply of the
tong le renders this organ an excellent air
warmer niu&t be obvious to all."
Treatment of Tender Feet.
Tecder feet are very commonly com
plaint of. Harper's Bazar recommends the
folio ing treatment: "The first considera
tion for this difficulty is absolute cleanli
ness, friction, what is called the 'Roman
bath' otherwise rubbing vaseline or oil
thoroughly into every joint a quick rub
over w ith alcohol, in some cases a cold spray
at bedi ime, all are useful; while, should the
difficu ty seem natural aud chronic, the
best relief is afforded by wearing firm cot
ton (u t silk) stockings, and shoes or boots
made fir the comfort and support of the
feet. Aromatic vinegar is a good wash in
these etses. Where cold water agrees with
the syst em an excellent method of strength
ening t le foot is to hold it in a basin, and,
dipping a large sponge in cold water,
squeeze it from a height of three or four
inches i bove onto the foot, rubbing after
ward w th alcohol to avoid a chill; but it
must be borne in mind that to some consti
tutions Uie application of cold water on the
feet induces a rush of blood to the head.
Cold witter compresses on the feet and
around t he ankle at night, we may men
tion in passing, frequently act as a 'sleep
ing draft. A well known foreign gen
eral, wl o from mental worry suffered
greatly ivith insomnia, told us he cured it
by this neans, while the application served
to strengthen his feet. Some constitutions
require hot applications. - Only a knowl
edge of t le system and its idiosyncrasies
can deter nine this point; bnt a little ex
perimenting will teach one what is best
Celluloid artificial eyes are cheaper than
those of g ass and have a good appearance;
but Dr. M surer, of Lyons, says that after
three or lour months they are liable to
cause serk-ua irritation, probably as there
salt of some caemical change. . He has re
peatedly sten this inflammation allayed by
simple antiseptic treatment after the re
moval of the celluloid, bat reappearing,
however, as soon as the old eye was rein
serted, tho Jgh remaining absent if a glass
eye was sulwtituted.
'Things to Try.
Cranberr es for malaria.
A sun bai h for rheumatism.
Ginger als for stomach cramps.
Clam bro -h for a weak stomach. '
A wet towel at the back of the neck for
Hard cide r a wineglassf ul three times a
day for ague and rheumatism. . , .
A hot, dry flannel over the seat of neu
ralgic pain and renew it frequently.
FIVE O'CLOCK TEA.
Hints About Corrert Form In Costume,
Invitations, Card Leaving, Ktc
For a 5 o'clock tea a reception dress or
dinner gown is the approved costume for
the hosteKs an 1 ladies receiving with her,
according to (rood Housekeeping, though
a simpler afternoon dress, or even an es
pecially prett) tea gown is often substi
tuted. The guests, on the Giber limn!, in
variably come in street dre-is, retaining
bonnet and gloves, and if the rooms are
crowded and ti e cull is to be but a brief
one, oftentimes even the clonk is not hud
aside. A dressing room should always be
provided, howe 'er, with a maid at hand to
assist the guests with their wraps; and the
woman wbo lia a ure for her heulth will
gladly avail herself of tbe opportunity to
throw off tier clink. - Many a severe cold
was contracted last winter by neglecting
this precaution. 'The American drawing
room is very apt to be overheated, and it
stands to reason that a room tempered to
tbe comfort of ladies iu reception dress
will be insufferable to the guest wbo has
retained her clonk and has swallowed a
cup of hot tea. She will be fortunate
should she escap- a chill on returning to
A seriiw of tbese informal tess often
proves a cio?.t cumuuieui. means of intro
ducing a guest to one's frieuds, says the
authority already quoted, when the invita
tion will read thu:
Mrs. Falph Trcntis :
: Tuiirsdiijd in October :
; k'iw o'Cluck Tea ;
I Ko. M t trove Avunne. :
It is not iricunitx-nt upon those attending
the tea to cull aft -rwara, iu acknowledg
ment of the Lo; umj extended them.
Either on entering or leaving the bonne
each guest leaves i card ti pun a salver iu
the hall provided for that purpose. Tbe
invitation to tea is Jtreated like an invita
tion to call, and the obligation rests with
the hostess to call upon her gnests after
ward. In case of at series of tens, should
one be unable to attend any of them, a card
should be sent to t e last of the number,
and a visit should be paid the hostess a
soon as practicable thereafter.
The Resources of Mew BaaManta.
Emigrants have gone to New Zealand
In the last half century because they were
told that they could make a living by
farmtrtf or keeping sheep, by cottage hus
bandry, coal or gold mining, or other
forms of labor. Tbey have not been disap
pointed. The resources of the colony are
as varied as its scenery, and partly for the
same reason. It extends 1,300 miles from
the cold south liordering on antarctic sens
to the warm north, and thus has eve y
kind Of pleasant climate, through all the
ranges of temperate and subtropical.
When the native of another country sees
its urrequaled capabilities for tillage and
pasturage his instinctive patriotism makes
him almost thankful that it is not any
bigger, like the French marshal, whose
comment on the British infantry, "the
best in the world, sire, but luckily few in
number," is so often repeated in England.
If New Zealand were as large as Australia
it would supply the English market, and
Canada and tiie United States could hardly
be expected to be grateful. Its average
yield of wheat is twenty-six bushels to tbe
acre. It is better adapted for raising the
best kinds of wool and mutton than even
New South Wales, which truthfully boasts
of having more sheep per capita than any
other country under the sun; but then its
runs and paddocks are not so vast, or so
capable of indefinite expansion.
The amount of business done by its hand
ful of people less than two-thirds of a
million ia astonishing. For tbe last few
years the exports averaged sixty dollars per '
bead, and tor the year ending June 30, 18SU,
they had increased about eight millions
over the previous year. Tbe imports are
nearly as large. No wonder that its ports
are crowded with shipping. G. M. Grant,
Parliamentary Headgear In South Africa.
The "high black hat" has turned up as a
controversial subject where one would
least expect to hear of it in the volksraad
reports. One of the rules of order, it seems,
was that members of the house "shall be
dressed in black, with a white tie and high
black silk hat." Several members were in
favor of regulation evening dress, but the
silk hut was very much opposed, one hon
orable gentleman declaring that he bad
never seen onel Another member senten
tionsly observed that "clothes were not
provocative of sense nor of looking after
the public interest." Moreover, it was
urged that this compulsory dress was "a
violation of republican spirit."
We should think so, indeedl Where is
the freedom of a republic in which one
must observe sumptuary lawsf General
Smit, however, made a very bold assertion,
lie declared that these things were done
since the days of the Bible; which, if true,
gives an antiquity to the most hideous
headgear civilized man ever suffered under
greater than Europeans imagined it pos
sessed. Five motions were eventually
brought in to expunge the high black hat,
and another to throw out the rule alto
gether; but eventually tbe article w& car
ried with tbe silk hat struck out. We
trust the dignity of the volksraad will not
suffer in consequence. Whitehall Review.
How Do Eels Breed?
It may fairly be said that the eel, as to
its breeding, is the most mysterious ani
mal in existence. Its method of propaga
tion has puzzled science for centuries and
has been a subject of more or less super
stitious speculation among many peoples
for thousands of years. Tbe ancient Egyp
tians Lad their own theories respecting the
matter. Some authorities have contended
that eels grew up from horse hairs, which
in some strange manner became vitalized.
Others have held that they were generated
spontaneously from slime, while others
still have gravely advanced the belief that
they came from tbe skins of old eels, or
even from similar exuvias of water snakes.
That eels mate with water snakes is
very generally accepted as truth. Most
popular among people who get their living
from the water, however, is the theory
that eels are the progeny ef various other
fishes. : The Sardinian fishermen assert
that they are produced by a certain kind of
water heetle, which for this reason is called
"mother of eels." The. Greek poets, who
fathered all children otherwise unaccount
ed for upou Jupiter, declared that this god
was the progenitor of ens eel. New York
A Clever Dog. '
An engineer employed on the works of
the Yverdon and Simplon railway has a
little terrier. As he was going away for
some time be asked a friend at Yverdon to
take charge of his dog. Bijou knew tbe
lady well, and was apparently quite happy
and comfortable, but in about a week he
disappeared. Mile. J naturally was
much distressed, when, to her great relief,
she received a letter from Lausanne from
M. It 's mother, saying: "Bijou is with
us; be appeared on Monday."
He remained at Lausanne a few days and
then returned to Yverdon by train. This
he repealed several times, always getting
ont at the right stations, staying with
Mme. R occasionally three days. Xeed-
less to say, all t he officials on the line knew
him welL Whether he imagined he would
find his master at his mother's house, or
whether, like all the rest of the world, he
wanted a change, as he could not tell us, I
cannot say. Cor. London Spectator.
Knoruiona Weight of Side Branches.
Look at the enormous weight of some of
the lateral brandies. On Kabbit lane,
nearGermantown, near the residence of
Mr. E. S. Miller, are some grand old white
oak trees. Some of these have side branches
extending horizontally clear across tbe
.highway, possibly to fifty feet from the
trunk. , They must weigh many a hundred
pounds. Years ago, when these branches
were but a few pounds' weight, even a boy
climbing along would have caused them to
split from the trunk, and even now a few
pounds at the extremity would cause some
curving. . But when it is left to tbe growth
power alone it can preserve its exact hori
zontal direction, and for all its enormous
weight retains complete adhesion to the
trunk. The man who thought if be bad a
lever long enough hecocld lift the world,
would never And it long enough If it had
to grow out of the earth as the branch
from a tree. Thomas Meehan in Philadel
phia Ledger. . ;
Bow the Ancients Swore. "-'
In ancient times it was considered essen
tial to the validity of an oath that the wit
ness should hold something in his hand, or
place it upon Bomoobjectof great sanctity.
With the Jews it was the book of the law,
which, no doubt, led to tbe use of the Bible
in Christian courts of justice. The Bedoaln
Arabs have, from tbe most remote period,
used various forms of adjuration. One of
these was "By the temple;" another, still
in use, is as follows, Tbe person taking the
oath takes bold of tbe middle pole of the
tent and Rwenrs by the "life" of tbe tent
and its owner. Mohammed swore by the
"setting of the stars," a most poetical oath,
thongb hardly , so magnificent as the oft
quoted adjuration of William the Con
queror, who swore "By tbe splendor of
God." St. Ixmis Republic.
We carry the celebrated line of E. P. Reed & Co., for ladies' fine shoes
The finest line of Gentlemen's Footwear in the citv. in Pat I Mtw r ,
van, Kangaroo, French calf, Etc. Latest styles.
. A barrel of Tooth Picks given away with every pair of SHOES.
New line of Mens Shoes at $2.50.
BOSTON SHOE STORE
1623 Second Ave., under Rock Island House'
It boa.ld bt in Every Boate.
J. B. Wilson, S71 Clay street, Bharps
burg. Pa., says be will not be without
Dr. King's New Discovery for consump
tion, coughs end colds, that it cured his
wife who was threatened wi'b pneumonia
after an attack of "la grippe," when va
rious other remedies and several physi
cians had done her do e od. Robert
Barber, of Cooksport, Pa., claims Dr.
King's New Discovery hes done him more
eood than anything he ever used for
lung trouble. Nothing like it. Try it.
Free trial bottles at Darts & Bshn sen's
drug store. Large bottles, 50c and $ 1.
This remedy is becoming so well known
and to popular as to need no special men
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sing tbe same sock of praise. A purer
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snd kidneys will remove pimples, boils,
salt rheum and other affections caused by
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malarial fevers. For cure of headache,
constipation atd indigestion try Electric
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sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
corns and el) skin eruptions, ' and posi
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is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction
or money refunded. Price S6 cents per
box. For sale bv Harts A Bahnsea.
Far Over Tifty Tsars
Mn. Winslow's 8oolbing Syrup bas
been used by millions of mothers for
their children while teething. If die
barbed 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 of -Mr. Winslow's Soothing
8yrop" for children teething. It will re
Hevc the poor little sufferer immediately.
Depend upon it. mothers, there is no mis
take about it. It cares diarrhoea, regu
lates the stomach snd bowels, cures wind
colic, softens tbe gums, reduoes inflamma
tion snd 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 in tbe United States. Sold by
all druggists throughout tbe world. Price
twenty-five cents a bottle. Be sure and
sskfor "Mrs. Winlowger.thirg Syrup
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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
their charming effects upon the nervous
debilitated' system, and how they will
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" - rkilhps Panne Coast ixeariia. ' ; -For
the above named -excursion f the
Burlington-," Cedar 'Rapids A Northern
railway will run a tourist ear every Thnrs
dsy from Albert Les, Minn., to Columbus
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to Ban Francisco. For rates and gen
eral information apply to any agent of
the company, or J. E. Hakxkgah,
Pen. Tk't and Pass. Agt.
In the pursuit of the gooa things ot
this world we anticipate too much; we
eat out the heart and sweetness of world
ly pleasures by delightful forethought of
them. The results obtained from the use
of Dr. Jones' Bed 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 agne and
malarial diseases. Prjoe, 50 cents, of
What is more sttrsctive than a pretty
face with afresb.brightcoop'exion? For
it, use Pozzoni's Powder.
A school satchel given with
every pair of
Our Fall Stock is now
complete, and we are
confident we can
C. E. WISWALL & CO.,
Chicago's Finest Shot Store.
Stock the Largest.
Goods the Finest.
Prices the Lowest.
Hen's and Ladies
Hand Sewed Welt Shoes.
Send for Catalogue.
C. E. WISWALL CO., 160 Slate St.. Chicaga
MISS KATE BYRNES-..
Bat. Floe Embroideries,
' Flower, BUka,
Of tries ooda, Velvets, , (
Blbboas, 1 Straw Braids. .
Laeea, Vellhija,. Gilt Trimming,
Jet and Gilt Ornaments,
1709 Second avenue,
-ALL ZIKDB OF-
Cast Iron Work
one. A specialty of raroishlnc sLklods
of Stores with Cartings at 8 aenta
A MACHINE SHOP
bas been added where all kinds of mactlne
work will ba dona Ont-claaa.
NINTH ST. AND 7th AVE.
Jolin Volk & Co.,
Bash Doors Blinds, 8idin Flooring,
sad aD kind, of wood work for builder.
Blchtsenta SU. bat. Third ana Foartk area.
Leave Your Orders for
, Ceraar ItoTenth street ad Tenth arenas. '
Ttltphoac Ko. 1S38.
H. P. LAMP, Manager.
) OPt RATING Oil,
Chicago, Minneapolis and St Paj
l ia Uie rsmous Albert Lm Eoou.
St. Louis, Minneapolis and St. Paid
Via St. Louli, Minneapol ii a St. Panl Shon Lai
Through Sleepers and Chair Cars
KANSAS CITY, MINNEAPOLIS AND ST. PUL,
PEORIA, CEDAR RAPIDS AND SIOUX FALLS, ML
CHICACO AND CEDAR RAPIDS
Via the Famous Albert Lea fccta.
THE SHORT LINE
fc SPIRIT LAKESj"
a nc) ureat lowu bummer Kesort
For Railway and Hotel Rat,, IWriptiw
Fainphlt-U anil all information, tutorial
ienl Ticket ami I'asseiiiT AgtriiL
FOR CHEAP HOMES
On line of this road in Korthetrn loin.
Southeastern Minnesota and Central Pakou,
where drought and crop failures are unkinxn.
Thousands of choice sen s of land vet urt.nl
Local Excursion raus Riven. For full inrurna
tkra as to prices of land and rates of lare,ttres
Genl Ticket and Passentrer Ap?nt.
All of the Passenger Trains on all DirtekM if
this Ballwav are iicaleU ty cream Jnmi ti
engine, and I he Alain line Bar Iv-nfvr Tmm
are lighted with the Eleciric Litliu
Maps, Time Tables, Tlirotij:h hates and iB In
formation, furnished on application t Ap-nu.
Tickets on sale over this route at an proouoa
points in the 1'nion, and by iu Am-uU, to d
parts ot-the United States and Canada.
CTFor announcements of Ejcurskra rata,
and local matters of Interest, please refer to U
local columns of this paper.
C. i. IVCS, J. t. HANNEGAN.
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for tiie ltauor appetita to exist. .
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