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THE ARGUS, TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 10, 1891.
FaMlshed Daily nd Weekly at MM Second Ar
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Correspondence solicited from every towns nip
n jbock isiana county.
Tuesday. November 10, 1891.
Thk manager of a female base ball club
baa been lentenced to five yeaara in tbe
penitentiary . The dose should be re
peated twice every decade.
Danvillb Press: The republicans
would think it funny for the democrats
to be rejoicing over carrying Texas or
Kentucky, but in rejoicing over Ohio tbe
republicans seem to loose sight entirely of
The oldest man on earth, Hiram Lss
ter, was married Thursday nigra in tfce
opera house at Atlanta, Ga., a fee of 25
cents being charged to all who witness d
the ceremony. Hiram, it is claimed, is
124 years old, and bis bride, Mrs. Mary
Moseley, is 82. The old man Tell in love
with tbe old woman who was matron of
the poor hoase when he was sent there
10 years aeo. He fell into the hands of
fakers, who hit upon the scheme of hav
ing them married in the opera house,
they sharing tbe profits.
Tbe Brarlnc or 1M9.
Tuesday's elections leave a very large
margin for conjecture about tbe distribu
tion of the electoral vote of 1892. Neither
party can confidently claim tbe poeession
of anything near the 233 votes necessary
to elect a president, says the New York
Under the new apportionment tbe 20
states that cast their electoral votes for
Harrison have 249 votes. But this easy
majority in the electoral college is wiped
out when tbe following states are ranked
Indiana 1!S rotes
, Iowa : 13 votes
Massachusetts 15 votes
Michigan 14 votes
New York 36 votes
Total 83 votes
These reduce the available strength of
the states that went republican in 1883 to
156 votes. Add to these the 17 votes of
the new states of Idaho, North and South
Dakota, Washington and Wyoming and
the total is still 50 votes short of a ma
jority. Under the newly established
district system in Michigan its electoral
vote will be divided, but only six votes
are claimed by the republicans. Add to
these tbe votes of Indiana, Iowa and
Massachusetts and tbe election would be
A tie. Let the democrats carry New
York, Indiana and eight districts
in Michigan and their victory would be
Let the fact be admitted that Illinois,
New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Wis
consin are-no longer securely republican
states and tbe problem becomes still more
complicated for the party that won in
A Campaign Document.
An ingenious official effort has been
made to edit the report of the treasury
bureau of statistics of foreign commerce
for the last eleven months, so as to
make as favorable a show as possible for
the McKinley tariff. Percentages have
been marshaled in such a way as to
persuade the reader that the effect of the
tariff has been to increase both exports
and imports. But when the details of
this report are examined its deceptive
method becomes apparent.
The increase of exports consists almost
wholly of wheat, flour and other agri
cultural products, the trade in which
has been stimulated by the scarcity in
Europe. It is not easy for any but the
most devout believers in McKinleyism
to recognize in this increase of agricul
tural exports the influence of the tariff.
Yet, notwithstanding the lively Euro
pean demand for our breadstuff a and
provisions, the value of the exports for
the year ended Aug. 31, 1891, is 909,
264,438, an increase of only $7,000,000
over that of the highest previous fiscal
Turning to the other side of the ac
count, tlie increased imports consist for
the most part of sugar, coffee, india rub
ber, hides and skins, furs, chemicals and
drugs and tin plate. With the exception
of sugar, which went on the free list in
April, and tin plate, on which the duty
was more than doubled, all these articles
of which the imports are increased were
free of duty before the McKiulty tariff
was in existence. Upon their imports,
with the exceptions noted, the new tariff
had no more influence than the changes
in the ocean tides.
While there is a gratifying increase in
noudutiable imports, in the language of
the treasury report, the decrease in du
tiable imports is quite the reverse of
gratifying. But American consumers
are officially consoled with the consid
eration that while under the former
tariff the per capita contribution to the
revenues from customs was $3.80, it is
now only $3.07 a per capita reduction
of 73 cents. But the increased cost of
the domestic article which the American
consumer is compelled to use and the
loss in its deteriorated quality are left
entirely out of the account What is
diverted from the public revenues, with
vast deal besides of which revenue sta
tistics make no return, is poured into
the coffers of monopoly. Philadelphia
Pati nee and gentleness are useful and
powerful, but they cannot cure a const),
which, however, Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup
will always do.
PEOPLE DID NOT BATHE.
WHEN .THE. BENEFICENT , EFFECTS
OF WVTER WAS UNKNOWN.
Castoms of Koyal Person g-es That Are
Repulsive to the Modern Idea of Clean
liness Tlie Lack of Battling Habit
Among tlie French and Sngllsh.
Until abo it the year 1630 all the barbers
In France and most other countries of
Europe practiced the art of surgery. In
dark and dii-ty shops they shaved and bled,
cut hair and applied cupping glasses,
opened tumors and performed surgical
operations si ill more difficult and danger
ous. They were despised as laborers, as
every one ws despised who made a practi
cal application of his knowledge in the
form of attrde regularly followed. Asa
class they wi re much liked by the common
people, who tpplied to them for all ordi
nary medical advice, but as society became
more refined, and consequently more ex
acting in respect to neatness, it became
necessary to separate the care of the hair
and beard from the treatment of diseases,
not only beca ise the association of the two
professions wis often repuguant in itself,
but there was great danger of the trans
mission of diseases.
Ix)uis XIII irst ordered the separation
of the two professions, directing that the
barbers should confine themselves to the
hair and beanl and operations incidental
thereto, but the shavers and hair cut
ters appealing to parliament, the matter
dragged on for nearly forty years, and was
not definitely decided until the issue of an
edict by Louis XIV in 1073. As a French
writerremarks, this was none too soon, it
being absolut-.-ly necessary that there
should be a trftde whose business it should
be to care for t be general neatness of the
At this epot h the Parisians, and much
more the inliai itants of the other cities of
France, had tiniest lost the habit of
cleansing the luce and hands with water,
to say nothing of other parts of the body.
BATHING IX PAEIS.
In the Dark Ages it had not been quite
so bad, there re naming in Gaul something
of the Roman custom of bathing, which
gradually disappeared, owing to t he oppo
sition of the monks and the clergv. An
ecclesiastical w:rk published in 1700 de
clares that the i.se of the bath is only to be
regarded as a nteessity, never as a luxury.
So filthy were ti e monks of the Fifteenth
century that they put to flight the beggars
at their gates if -he wind happeued to blow
from the direction of the monastery. Xuns
of the same epoch and later were not better
provided for, as we learn from the experi
ence of a noble lady who, being a tempo
rary inmate of a convent, and having de
manded a foot Lath, was refused by the
superior, tbe li;xury being unheard of
within those walls. In default of other
ippliancea she m tele use of an old trunk,
with no other result than to produce a gen
eral inundation of the sacred edifice.
In 1292 there were twenty-six public
baths in Paris, t hen a small city. Tbey
were arranged f.r steam or hot water, a
person being able to take one or both kinds
as he desired. They were expensive for the
period, a complete bath costing four francs,
which restricted their use to persons in
sasy circumstances. They were not opened
till daylight, the streets not being safe be
fore that hour. To prevent promiscuity it
was ordered that t be men should go in the
morning and the women in the evening;
bat the rule does not seem to have been
well observed, since, in the course of time,
they acquired a lad reputation and fell
into disuse. Whin they were heated in
the morning the f ict was announced after
the manner of tie period by criers who
made the round of tbe city. Bathtubs
were common in private bouses at the
same epoch, made usually in the form of a
half hogshead, tbe use of metals for the
purpose being unknown.
WHES BA1H1KO 6TOPPED.
Wash basins were also familiar objects
in the palaces of kings and in the castles
of the nobility. Charles V of France bad
twenty-four of the .atter, all aolid gold, be
sides others of silver. As among the Ro
mans, it was customary to bathe before
meals, and to offer the luxury of a bath
to one's guest, who passed directly from
the bathroom into tbe banquet hall. Vari
ous instances are re ated of baths magnifi
sently arranged offered to kings of France
when subjects happened to entertain them.
to Louis XI amont: others, this king in-
ciuaing an anectat.on or neatness In bis
brief list of virtues. There were bathtubs
at tbe barbers' shone, used indiscriminate
ly, as it would appear, by the well and si-k
a circumstance that helped to render
neatness unpopular, and keep the people
from visiting them.
Therefore, the pub ic baths being discon
tinued for want of p itronage and those at
the barters' shops feared for sanitary rea
sons, the practice of liathing, common to a
certain class in the Dark and the early part
of tbe Middle Ages, iisnppeared. Having
ceased to bathe the I erson, the hands and
face became equally neglected, the appli
cation of water once .i week being consid
ered sufficient aiuotg the nobility, and
once a month, or nut at all, among the
Dttrgesses and tbe common people.
xnenabit of bathing was less common
in England in the time of Queen Elizabeth
than in France, when :e it appears at this
epoch to have alma-t disappeared. The
virgin queeu insisted that the gentlemen
and ladies of her court should lie magnifi
cently dressed, but th.-ir fine apparel often
covered persons that vere repulsive.
, IiOTAL CRITICISMS.
Bath tubs were not common in the cas
tles of the nobility, mid they would not
have been mncii used if they had been.
This disregard of neatness could not,
nevertheless, be carried too far, as is
proved by the remark made by the queen
regarding the order of his boots to one of
ber courtiers who bad come into ber pres
ence too hastily afte a long journey.
Henry IV , who was El zabeth s contempo
rary, was as cureless of his extremities us
Lady Mary, if the Protestant D'Aubigny
is to be believed; but if this testimony is
not sufficient we uuv ) t hat of another
writer of the epoch, wto alleges that the
king was once told by n lady of bis court
that "be smelt like a de id horse."
The generations that succeeded did not
practice this cardinal virtue much more
efficiently, but outraged neatness revenged
itself In sending swan us of parasites to
torment the human raot. Methods of kill
ing fleas and other animalcules that infest
the human body former one of the prin
cipal features of the handbooks published
in 1 ranee during some hundreds Tjf years.
Receipts were given for ointments to be
Oited as insecticides, which were the germ
of all tbe cosmetics, pastes, essences and
perfumes which have from that day to this
been among the most essential elements of
a lady's toilet. Cincin lati Commercial
Tbe black ironwood .( Condalia ferrea).
iound only in southern Florida, is mora
than 9) per cent, heavier than water. . j
What Kakes the Swelling
t Opinions have differed as to the cause of
the swelling and pain, resulting.' from a
gnat or mosquito bite. Some have main
tained,' in accordance with what has always
been the popular belief, that effects of such
magnitude could not be produced without
the introduction of a poisonous fluid,
though they have failed to show that any
apparatus exists which would be capable
of completely fulfilling such a function.
Though this poisonous fluid is itself con
jectural, a purpose has been assigned to it,
namely, that of rendering the blood more
liquid, so that it may the more easily
sucked up. And that some such function
would have to be assumed is tolerably cer
tain, since tbe poison could hardly be re
garded merely as an implement of offense,
and consequently an advantage to its pos
sesser. It seems scarcely open to question that,
apart from some such function for the
poison as above, the insects could far more
easily obtain the blood they covet and far
less precautions would be taken against
them if they did not produce any painful
results and thus rouse the hostility of their
victims, and that, therefore, from that
point of view, a poison could not be an ad
vantage. If, therefore, a poison exists, its
function must undoubtedly be to facilitate
the drawing of the blood and not to serve
as a weapon.
Influenced by the anatomical difficulties
above mentioued, other observers have
maintained that no- poisonous fluid is in
jected, but that the laceration of tissues
produced by the six minute, acutely point
ed and in some cases barbed organs which
constitute the liorer is sufficient to account
for the inflammation and itching. This
hypothesis, again, is not without objection.
It would appear that the insect sometimes
experiences -difficulty in getting at the
blood it desires, for deep perforations of
the skin may be made without drawing
blood, and then no swelling occurs and lit
tle pain is felt. This certainly appears a
formidable difficulty in the way of the lat
ter explanation. Knowledge.
The Best or Hunters Get I-o.t.
Stories are told. of guides who have
dropped sticks into streams to find which
way they were flowing, and when tbe sticks
went in a different direction from what
they thought was right, disregarding their
plain testimony and avowing that tbe
stream was running up hill.
Other stories are told of hunters who
have been found frozen to death in the
depths of tangled swamps with compasses
picked to pieces because they would not
point the way the bewildered man thought
they should, and so were plainlv out of
These stories, though individually unre
liable, liear wit ness to a general truth. The
fact is, that it is tbe easiest thing in the
world under certain circumstances to be
come "turned around" in the woods, and
no one is exempt from this failing.
Old hands know and understand this
fact. It is only the tyros who do not, and
who ridicule those who own up to having
been lost. And when these scoffers go
into the woods themselves, nine times out
out of ten there comes a night when they
do not turn up at camp.
Then there is rejoicing among those who
have borne their arrogance, for it is the
turn of these to crow, and they who laugh
last laugh best.
In a flat, wooded country with the sun ob
scured and no compass to guide him the
best woodsman is apt to lose bis way. Un
der less unfavorable conditions the same
thing often happens from preoccupation.
Interest in hunting or fishing drives away
all thought of one's course till suddenly he
is rudely aroused to find that be is in an
unfamiliar wilderness with no notion of
the way out. Forest and Stream.
Mind Heading for Boys.
Harold Morse's father belongs to a soci
ety for "psychical research," and the child
has beard a good deal of conversation on
tbe subject of mind reading. His mother
is afraid he "thinks and understands too
much for a child of his years."
His father, however, is not at all
alarmed, and a few days ago repeated to
Mrs. Morse a remark of Harold's in his
"children's mind class," which was cer
tainly well calculated to allay her fears.
Harold had collected the class much
Against tbe will of several members of it,
who would have preferred to remain out
in the yard on the doorstep.
"Now. you wait here a minute," said be,
and presently he returned with suspicious
ly bulging pockets. His father, in the
ball, listened for what would come next.
"Now," said Harold, appearing before
tbe class, "you must all think bard. How
many apples have I in my pockets? Tbe
boy tbat guesses right can have them all,
but of course he'll divide, for there are just
enough to go around!" Youth's Compan
ion. Lettuce Matured by Electricity."
Among the bulletins of tbe agricultural
experiment station of Cornell university is
one that gives a very interesting account
of some experiments made on plants with
a view of determining the influence of the
electric light upon their growth. To that
end a greenhouse was divided into two
eUal parts by a tight board partition. On
one side the plants are left to the ordinary
conditions of growth, but on tbe other
side the vegetation was treated to the sun
light by day and to the electric light by
The results of these experiments showed
that the use of the electric light at night
hastened the maturity of the plants, and
the nearer they grew to the light the
greater was the acceleration. Lettuce thus
treated was sold two weeks earlier than
its neigh lors on the other side of the parti
tion, although both were planted at the
same time. Equally successful results
were obtained with other vegetables.
The Eagle Screams.
American Official (in Chi naV This mob
bing of missionaries must stop.
Chinese Official Huh! Wlmlw foliran
glovemeut do 'bout it?
"Hark! Do you hear that terrible rum
ble?" "Thatee ea-thquake. . We bavee many."
"Do you know. sir. what causes earth
"Me no sabe.
'ltfa ths Anirimn iwivopn man! tasrini.
its big guns at Sandy Hook." New York
Always Sits Down When He Shaves.
I know an old farmer who shaved him
self sitting on a milking stool and looking
at his reflectiou in a bucket of water. That
was what be did as a boy, and he said that
be could u t shave standing up. Boston
Cor. St. Louis Globe-Democrat.
He Was Fortunate.
"Did Bronson save anything from the
wreck of his fortune?"
"Yes. Fortunately for him, his wife had
keen shopping the day before he failed, and
all tbe goods had been sent home." Har-
We carry the celebrated line of E. P. Reed & Co., for ladies' fine shoes
. . The finest line of Gentlemen's Footwear in the city, in Pat. Leather Cordr
van, Kangaroo, French calf, Etc. Latest styles.
A barrel of Tooth Picks given away with every pair of SHOES.
New line of Aens Shoes at $250.
BOSTON SHOE STORE,
1623 Second Ave., under Rock Island House'
.Ik SsnnJd bs in Every House.
J. B. Wilson, 871 Clay street, Sharps
burg. Pa., says he will not be without
Dr. King's Jfew Discovery for consump
tion, eouehs and colds, ibst it cured hi
wife who was threatened with pneumonia
after an attack of "la grippe," when va
rious oi her remedies snd several physi
cians had. done ber no good. Robert
Barber, of Cooksport, Pa., claims Dr.
King's New Discern rv hss done him more
eood than anything he ever used for
lung trouble. Nothing like it'. Try it.
Free trial bottles at Hr7, & B&hoseu's
drugstore. Large bottles, 50c and fl.
This remedy is becoming so well known
and so popular ss to need no special men
tion. All who baye used Electric Bitters
sing tbe same song of praise. A purer
mecicine does not t list and it is guarant
eed to do all tbat is claimed. Electric
Bitters will cure all diseases of tbe liver
and kidneys will remove pimples, boils,
salt rheom and other afftctions caused by
impure blood. Will drive malaria from
tbe system and prevent as well as cure all
malarial fevers. For cire of headache,
constipation at d indigestion try Electric
Bitters Entire satisfaction guaranteed,
or money refunded Price 50 cents and
$1.00 per bottle at Hartz & Babnsen's
bucklxk'b arnica balt.
The best salve in the world for cats,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheom, fever
ores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
corns and all skin eruptions, and posi
tively cures piles, or no pay required. It
is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction
or money refunded. Price 85 cents per
box. For sale bv Hart 4c Bahnsen.
Fer Over Fifty Tears
Mrs. Winslow'a 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 of -Mrs. Wioslow'g Soothing
Syrup" for children teething. It will re
lieve tbe poor little sufferer immediately.
Depend upon it, mothers, there is no mis
take about it. It cures diarrhoea, regu
lates tbe stomach and bowels, cures wind
colic, softens tbe gums, reduces inflamma
tion and gives tone and energy to the
whole By stem, "Mrs Winslow's Soothing
Syrup" for children teething is pleasant
to tbe taste snd is tbe prescription of one
of the oldest and best female physicians
and nurses in tbe United States. Sold by
all druggists throughout the world. Price
twenty-five cents a bottle. Be sure and
ask for "Mrs. Win8low's8oothingSyrup
Phillips' Fae. fle Coast Excursion.
For tbe above named excursion the
Burlington, Cedar Rapids & Northern
railway will run a tourist car every Thurs
day firm Albert Lea, Minn., toColumbus
Junction, Iowa, connecting with C, R
I. & P. Pacific coast excursion train, and
'his car will go through without change
to 8an Francisco. For rates and gen
eral information apply to any agent of
the company, or J. E. Bankkgan.
Gen. Tk't and Pass. Agt.
To Hervcus and Osbltaud Men.
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
dabilitated system, and how they will
quickly restore you to vigor, manhood
and health. Pamphlet free. If you are
thus afflicted, we will send you a belt and
appliances on trial.
Voltaic Bklt Co., Marshall. Mich.
In the nuranit of inn owi thlnM rA
this world we anticipate too much; we
eat out the heart and Mtiui nf
(y pleasures by delightful forethought of
V fYM l. ., . . V
ukiiu. i ue iniuui uDtamea iron) ue. use
Of Dr. Jones' Red Olnvor Tnnfe f.r .
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 diaeaaaa. Price. - Ml mi n
A handsome complexion la one of the
aTreateat ebarma a nnmts . .
Potxoni's Complexion powder gives it.
A school satchel given with
every pair of
Our Fall Stock is now
complete, and we are
confident we can
A Delicious ani Healthful Coafectien!
THE PUREST AND BEST CUM
VCR- OFFLRE3 TO TH8 PUSLICI
ITS MEDICINAL PROPERTIES ARE INVALUABLE!
SOSS TZS3AT, COUGHS AIT3 C3L23,
AMD IS HIGHLY BENEFICIAL TO DYSPEPTICS.
It whitens tlie teclh and sweetens the breath, im
ports a pleasant taste to the mouth, and an agree
able feeling to the stomach.
Borg's Choc-To Gum is the best, try it once, and
you will use no other afterwards. If any dealer
you ask for it. Ins not got it, take no other, but go
somewhere else. You will 6nd all progressiva
dealers have it. that is the class of dealers to pat
ronize always for anything you want.
CHEW BORC'S CHOC-TO CUM,
69 A 61 S. CABAL ST., CHICAGO, ILL
Barta A Babnsen, Wholesale Apenta for Bock
MISS KATE BYRNES,
Laces, Yelling, Gilt Trimmings
Jet and Gilt Ornaments,
1709 Second avenue,
-ALL KINDS OF-
Cast Iron Work
done. A specialty of furnishing aL kinds
of Stores with Castings at 8 cent
A MACHINE SHOP
baa been added where ail kinds of machine
' work will be done ttrst-clsei.
NINTH ST. AND 7th AVE.
DOWNING BROS., Propts.
John Volk Sc Co.,
Saab Doors Blinds. Siding, Flooring,
and all kinds of wood work for builders.
Bla-htaentb. 8t, bet. Third and FoartH ares.
Poticx of Dissolution.
Tbe Sna heretofore existing ander the name of
81m Bell ts hereby dissoWcd by mutual eon
sent. Mr, Bell reOrina and Mr. Given assuming
ail liabilities sad will collect all debts dne said
firm. JAMBS GIVEN,
. , JOHN BELL.
Bock Island, I1L, Nor. 8. 1891.
aj ; J
Chicago, Minneapolis and St. Paul
Via the Famous AlDert Lea Boatt.
St. Louis, UTinneapolis and St. Paul
axinneapous a t. raal altort I m
Through Sleepers and Chair Cars
KANSAS CITY, MINNEAPOLIS AND ST. PAUL
PEORIA, CEDAR RAPIDS AND SIOUX FALLS, OWL
CHICAGO AND CEDAR RAPIDS
Via the Famous Albert Lea Routt.
THE SHORT LINE
fc SPIRIT LAKE TT
The Great Iowa Summer Resort
For Railway and HotH Rates, Dwriittt
j-&ni)iiit-i ana an tmormalmn. addrra
Geu'l Ticket and Pasener As-'cnL
FOR CHEAP HOMES
On line of tliis road in XortlHWitem 1"3,
Southeastern Minnesota ami lentr.U rnbu,
wbere drought and crop failures are mknuwu.
Thousands of cliok-e arrvs of kind vet rawM.
Local Excursion ratn lrivi n. For fti'l mfomtt-
tion as to prices of land and rates ol lare.utdr-s
Uenl Ticket and Passcnp."r A nr
All of the Passenger Trains on ail Divisions
this Hallway are heated hv sttain 1mm me
engine, ana tne Main i.inc iiav rasaengtr iraiiB
are lighted with the Electric I iL-hl.
Maps, Time Tables, Tlirouch Kates and H to
formation furnished on ni)!i".ition to Ants.
Tickets on sale over this route at all ppmunn
points in the I'nion, ami bv its Agriits, to it
parts of the United Stales ami Canada.
s9For announcements of Kvi'iirsion
and local matters ot Interest, plrase refcrtoti
local columns ot tins paper.
C. J. IVES, J. E. HANNEGAN,
Vros't a Gra'l Sopt. On'l Tkt. i Im. JT-
CCOAR RAPIDS. IOWA.
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