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THE ARGUS, THUKS DAY, DECEMBKH 10 1891.
IHulisbtrd Daily nd Weekly at 1034 Beccid At
enne. Sock Island, 111.
J. W. POTTER.
Tana Dally. 60c pel month; Weekly, 98.00
'TLueoramonieattoTii of a srltlea. at argamenta-
ttv character, political or reiunona, muni iit,
real name anacneo, tot pnDHcmura n uui
tlelea win be printed over flc.ttiooa signatures'
mtm MMinntitMtlMii not aactced.
Oorreepondence eollclted from every townahlp
in Bock island county.
Tbursdat, Dkcembkb 10, 1801.
The Thomson-Houston company has
completed an electric locomotive, de
signed for hauling freight cms. The lo
comotive is nearly square, its weight is
43.000 pounds, and it is rated at 100 horse
Thb issuing of cards of thanks is so
common in Atchison, Kan . , that a wom
an there thought it was proper to send a
local newspaper a card in which she
thanked her kind friends for the valuable
assistance they had rendered in helping
her to secure a divorce from ber husband.
A Lincoln county (Oregon) judge has
been severely rebuked by the state su
preme court for reading a newspaper,
eating candy and otherwise conducting
himself in an undignified and unbecom
ing manner during the progress before
him of an important murder trial.
Thb length of the structure over the
Mississippi at Memphis is to be 8,000 feet
bridge 2.500 feet; iron viaduct. 2 800:
timber trestle, 3.100. Its eight piers,
are to be 117 to 197 feet in height.
The deepest foundation is 131 feet
below low water mark. The central
span is to be 621 feet in length, wih can
tilever arms 169 in length.
The rich men of New York are greatly
agitated over the disclosure of the ex
istence of a society of dynamitards wbo
are pledged to destroy them in the hope
of securing through that means certain
advantages to poor people. It is the
hope of the mad men that the government
shall assume control of railroads and that
passengers shall be carritd as freight.
Other exceedingly visionary and fantas
tic schemes are a part of the code of this
new order of fanatics.
Governor Russell, of Massachusetts
contributes to the December number of
the Forum an explanation of the recent
growth of the democratic party in Mas
sachusetts, which, he maintains, is at
tributable to the altitude of the party on
the tariff and silver coinage. The Mas
sachusetts democrats have demanded a
reduction in dutits on raw materials and
have opposed the free coinage of silver .
Gov. Russell does not say that Massachu
setts is yet a surely democratic state, bat
he does say that if the national democrat
ic platform next year endorses the posi
tion cf the Massachusetts democrats on
these two important points, he thinks the
slate can be carried by this party. lie
quotes the last Massachusetts democratic
platform on both these subjects and ex
plains how in all the recent state cam
paigns democratic workers have laid their
main emphasis on these points.
Chicago Press: The most important
committee of the house of representatives
is that of ways and means. This com
mittee all the more important at this
session of congress because it would in
dicate, if not determine, the policy of the
democratic party on the tariff question.
It is customary for the second most in
fluential member of the house, a defeated
candidate for speaker in the party, to
obtain the chairmanship of that commit
tee. In view of the fact that Mr.
Springer has, by casting his balance of
power in the scales of Mr: Crisp, elected
the latter speaker. Speaker Crisp ought
to recognize Congressman Springer by
appointing him chairman of the commit
tee on ways and means. In doing so, be
will recognize the great west, pay a com
pliment to the state of Illinois, and do
-justice to the rare ability and tried ser-
vices of William M. Springer.
Agriculture n Ancient China.
In 1100 It. C. the prime minister of the
Emperor Wou-Wenfr, Tcheou-Kung, con
structed norian, or hydraulic machines of
simple design and working, by which
water was raised to a height to which it
had never been carried before, and made
reservoirs and canals for irrigation. Water
was conducted by means of machinery
from the wells to the dry hill tops, and
water provision was asttured for times of
drought. Agriculture, in consequence,
Other measures of Tcheou-Kung com
prised the promulgation of laws respecting
the boundaries of properties and the preven
tion of trespasses. The fields were divided
into squares called wells, from their re
nemblance to the Chinese character signi
fying a well, surrounded and furrowed by
ditches so arranged that eight formers,
each tilling his own tract, united in culti
vating the ninth, interior tract, which be
longed to the state, and the produce of
which paid their rent.
The system succeeded to a marvel. Each
tenant was proprietor of about fifteen
acres, the whole product of which be
longed to him, wlrile the state was really
proprietor of the whole, and had as a land
lord the income of the ninth tract. Be
sides this each farmer hnd some 8,350
square metres of ground for his farm yard
and his mulberry trees.
Thus he always enjoyed a surplus of pro
visions, of pork and poultry for food, and
silk for clothing. No one at this time was
richer or poorer than another, but a com
plete social equality existed, and every one,
they any, was satisfied. Gen. Tcheng Ki
Tons in Popular Science.
BY ALIiX E .SWEET 3tQs$4P
Col. Snort Oncb Mobe Prevents Har
RISOM FfOM WRKCKIHO THE G. O. P,
The President's Congratulatory
Letter j o Qcat Suppressed by the
Man From Texas Col. Snort Also
Protect Blaine From the Presi
dent's Sarcastic Scion The Texas
RicnsLiEa Als Replies to a Hos
tile Critic Snort and Harrison
go Duck Hunting.
White House, Nov. 20. 1891.
To Major Dan McGary, HocMon, Tex. :
My Dear Major: Even w ben 1 nave
got my eye on Harrison he is liable to
make some bd break tbat is liable to
shipwreck our second term. I will give
you a few frustrations of how "the man
from Texss" has to v.atch "the man from
Indiana," to prevent the latter from in
serting both feet in his mouth when he
The day a let the election in o iay-
sylvsnia I 1 appened to come suddenly
into Harrison's boudoir. He was writing
a letter. At sonn as I enured he covered
it np with a blotting pad.
"Mr. President, said I, "do you ex
pect me to beak up the solid south in
1892? Do yau want me to meet Cleve
land and oth :r democratic sons of thun
der on the stump? Am I to induce vic
tory to perch on our banner in 1892? In
a word, am I in it, or am I not?"
Harrison replied that he expected me
io do those very things, and that I was
very much ic it.
'Then I want to see that letter."
"I am congratulating Senator Quay on
the victory in Pennsylvania,'' said Harri
son, looking sheepish.
"Oh, you are, eh? When you get
through with that, congratulate "Boss'
Dudley o "blocks of five" fame and if
ycu have a ay political bosses wbo are
already in jail congratulate them, too,"
and taking tte letter, I tore it up and and
dropped k in the waste basket.
"What is His?" I asked, picking up a
cartoon in pei and ink.
"That is one of Kufa happiest
thoughts. I'. represents Blaine as a dy
ing man. and will make his family squirm.
Ru$$ is going to put it in his illustrated
paper, and simultaneously publish a
death notice with skull and crots bones.
Ruf $ is getting wittier every day," said
Harrison, chuckling with ghoulish glee.
The cartoon represented an- open,
yawning, grave. Ku$S himself was pu
tured as the (rave digger, leaning on his
shovel, and looking like the fool he is.
Blaine had cne leg in the grave, and
looked as if h i was in poor health. His
family was stundiog aronnd weeping and
ringing their baids. President Harri
son was represented as a rooster on tte
graveyard ferce, clapping his wings and
"les, this is very funny. The satire
is so delicate and in such excellent taste,"
I remarked, tearing it up, and filing it
away in the waste basket. "A few more
cartoons like that will land Blaine in the
White House. Now, Mr. President, let
me explain the situation. I shall use
simple language, and endeavor, if possi
tle, to bring the subj.ct within the range
of vour comprehension .
' "In the first place, you and your man
Pat Egan have got us in a very deep bole
in Chili. The only man who can pull us
out Is Blaine, so you want to hope and
pray that Bla ne will not have s relapss
until this Chili business is settled."
"That's a ftct. I hadnt thought of
that. I'll tell Ruff to let up on Blaine
until we don't cetd him aav moie. I had
forgotten all i.bout this Chili business, '
"Even after you have utilized Blaine
as a cat's paw to pull the South Ameri
can chestnuts out of the fire, I would
treat him kindly. Do not permit Ru3$
to use his tretiendous and utterly incom
piehensible Rift of attire egiinst the sec
retary of slete. Ruff is too severe.
His wit is so tutting that Blaine may be
driven to insM lily, or perhaps see i ref
uge from UuS$' shafts in suicide, and
toen w will te in the consomme. We
must take gool care of Blaine. On this
presidential fi.-hing trip it will not do to
push him overboard as long as
he has all the jait id his pocket. Be
sides, there is another reason why Ruff
should not pnd the life out of Blaine
with the long latce of ridicule and his
trenchant blac e of sarcasm.
Ooce more Harrison thanked me with
tears in his ej;s.
It is going to be very late in the after
noon of the Nineteenth century when we
hear the last about tbat barrel of whieky
Carnegie sent the president. If I had
been in Washington when that barrel ar
rived, I would have managed things to
tbat the Amtrican public would never
have suspecte'l tbat the demure hooeier
president is addicted to soothing tte
Dances of his bronchial tubes with what
total abstainci s call "liquid damnation"
whentver be ii laboring under a sense of
discouragemet t. The average prohibi
tionist is so re 1 hot tbat if you touch him
besizzea. We receive scores of intem
perate letters from temperance people.
A clergyman vrius to the president:
"Instead of being the home of a
christian presi len, toe While house has
btcome the ahrine of Bacchus. I at
tribute your sad ("own fall to the presence
of Col. B.ll iioort, of Texas. Even the
angels and saiitscould not associate wiih
that vicious ai d depraved ex confederate
guerrilla and not become contaminated.
Wine is a mocker, ' etc.
I wrote a frv lices in reply to the gen
tleman, statinj : tbat there was no doubt
bla slanderoua soul was imbue i with ibe
electric fires of perdition . I added that
while I did t ot have the honor of his
personal tcqut.lntance, I was satisfied he
bad the reco-d of a convict and the
breath of a b izztrd, be being a poor.
sallow, slimy, mildewed, corpse faced
creature, a toad with r devilish arts,
a hopeless fanatic, a malignant old he
hyena, a freak ' against nature's . laws
sandwiched between a weazened up soul
and a diseased imagination: that it would
be a good idea to brain him with an ice
pick, if it were not such an insult to a
self respec ing ice pick to be used as a
mush ladle upon such a freak of crime,
who is simultaneously woiee tbanthe un
godly and uglier than a crazy quilt, a
spindle shanked old scrub, and no gentle
man. If there is anything I hate it is is some
body I don't like. Perhaps I should not
have written such harsh words. Instead
of using stormy language I shod d have
hunted him up snd shot him.
The correspondent, moreover, stated
that be expected to see a revival of Roman
Saturnalia, and the grounds of the White
House adorned with the statues of the
heathen gods and goddess s. Comparing
Harrison to Bacchus reminds me tbat a
similar comparison was msde to a certain
corpulent Texss governor by a Line Star
state rxet, wh wrote:
Behold our lovely Texai Bacct.s,
ltkliuit on hl-ilitfk' juck.-t-f!
He may pitch, he may r'ar, bnt be can't make a
Because his tall ia tied to a hickory alnnip
I suppose Mrs. Col. Bill Snort might
pose as Minerva while the great aDd only
Snort timst If would be a beautiful mer
cury. Harrison hunted ducks twodats, kill
ing one duck the first day, the second
twelve. On the third he would hive
bagged 28; the fourth day. 3.43:;: fifth
day, 41,184, and so on. I said: "Harri
son, if you bagged votes as you do ducks
by next November vou would have a ma
jority of 9,874.316 62? 832.19) 387.493.,
V.1 Bill Snort.
Loans on IuKurancc Poltj.les.
A broker, investment an J. securities man
who does a rapid business relates:
lou would lie astonished if I hhowed
you the nuiulter of life insurance policies
that I have in my safe. They have been
left here as collateral security for small
loans ranging from $100 to 5,000, for
thirty, sixty and ninety days. The men
who negotiate loans ou these policies are
for the most part seculators on the Hoard
of Trade or on the Stock Exchange. A
man engaged in that business never gets
through. One of these men brings me a
life lwlicy and says he wants $100 for
Of course, lefore a dollar is ever loaned
on this sort of security there are several
things necessary. A statement of the cash
value of the policy froul the company must
come with the policy, and certain assign
ments must also be apparent. Everything
being satisfactory, he gets his loan of $100.
Say I take out 1 per cent. I don't charge
any le.ss. At the end of the month the
phantom chaser comes in and asks me to
carry him over a month. I do it, ofcourse,
lie paying the same interest.
I have policies in my safe that I have
been carrying in t hat way for over a year.
I never lend on longer time than ninety
days, but of cour-e I renew. I don't say I
will, hut 1 do. It s money to me. Banks
do the same thing. They say they don't,
but I know better. You go into many of
the banks in this city and ask for a loan
on the most unqualified security for six
months or a year and the banker will have
the heart disease. But he will renew pa
per that is secured month after month,
with interest taken out, and he is glad of it
unless, of course, the sum is too heavy to
risk. I am not making any complaint.
The only thing that makes me tired is that
I am called a shark. I am. But what a
school of us there is! Chicago Tribune.
Joe C'hoate la Somebody.
It is often interesting to note the private
habits and manners of men who play lead
ing parts on the public stage.' There waa
a blockade of street cars at lark row, just
in front of the postoffice, at 6 o'clock one
night. A tall man, with pipe stem legs
and a slender torso which seemed scarcely
capable of sustaining the massive, tower
ing head, sauntered along, with one hand
in the right 'trousers pocket, deeply ab
sorlied in thought.
A crowd was awaiting the lifting of the
blockade. The man, after a careless up
ward glance, scrambled over the platforms
of two cars with his eyes still fixed down
ward as if in a brown study. The crowd
accepted the lesson. He entered a Sixth
avenue "I." car in which he took the only
At Chambers street a poorly dressed
woman entered. Xo one stirred. A min
ute afterward the man looked up. Bound
ing from his seat, hat in hand, with a low
bow and a deeply courteous one, he sard,
"Allow me to offer you a seat, madam."
With thanks the woman accepted and
closely watched the face of the man, which
was in an instant again wrapped in the ab
stract expression of deep meditation.
For ten blocks the woman's eyes rested
on that strong, intellectual face. Suddenly
she turned to a man sitting at her side.
"Do you know that gentleman?" she asked.
"That's Joe Chonte. the grent lawyer, was
the reply. "Oh." she ejaculated with nn
nir of relief, "1 was sure he was somebody."
New York Telegram.
A great, deal has leen said of late about
Marie Ba-slikirtsefT, a talented and egotisti
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death was an artist of recognized ability,
but who is chiefly to be remembered for
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Among her other gifts she bad a strong
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hostess wondered within herself wheth
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inviting him to dinner. She called n serv
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man departed on his err.iud, und the visitor
began telling an entertaining but rather
Justus he reached the most incredible
part the butler threw open the door and
announced distinctly, "Madame, e'est uu
canard" (Madame, it is a duck).
The company burst into irrepressible
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