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THE ABGUS, FHIDAY, NOVKAIBER 11, 1892.
THE Aim US.
d Dally and Weekly at NB4 Second
Avenne, Boak Island. Dl.
! W. Potter,
Tans Daily toe per month; Wkly WOO
per aaaum; in advance $1 .50.
All eommonlcatioiia of a critical or argamenta
tlv character, political or rellirious, mast have
real name at-ched for publ cation. No sach
artMes will te printed over fictitious signatures.
Asoymons eommnnicalioiis not noticed.
Coi respondcBce solicited from every township
U Bock Island connty.
Friday. Notembhr 11. 1893
Etek Olio ieems to ba?e found out
Fiber Hngg&rd thinks Egypt the inot
interesting and least explored country in
Tom Carter, like his nhiekers, sesras
to be bulit the wrong way to make fa
vorable impression .
Thr democrats have concluded not to
take Pennsylvania. They don't need it ;
in ihtir business thi- year.
.Ben T. C ablk is the hero of the hour,
politically speaking. notwiihsUndiLg ibx
Union's opposition to him
Middo, the capital of the Japanese
empire, contains four million inhabitants
and baa a greater area than London.
Idaho is to have an irrigating ditch
that wiil be liz miles Ions; aid will coot
fl 000.000. It will water 100,000
Thr long time law firm of Harrison A
Miller at Indianapolis, after four years'
intervention, bids fair to hang out its
shingle again ah out April 1 next.
Oxr great misfortune has attended the
election in the Twenty-first senatorial
district. The great army of volunteer
firemen will not have that bill introduced
for pensions for them promised by George
A Chinese Retort Courteous. .
The Chinese editor of the New York
Sun has found in the War Ke, the or
gan of the San Francisco Chinese, a docu
ment purporting to be an official pro
nouncement from the Chinese govern
ment which declares the intention of the
emperor to take reprisals on the Ameri
cans in China for indignities put upon
the Chinese in America by the Oeary ex
clusion law. Here is the gist of the
If the Chinese registration act ie enforce-
upon Chinese residents in Ameri
ca, China will insist that Aimricarjg resi
dent in China shall register and wear tag?,
under penally of imprisonment and ex
pulsion, according to the American sys
tem. We do not know, says the Chicsgo
Poft and the Chinese editor of the es
teemed 8un does not appear to know
whether this document is authentic or not;
iut we should say that it very likely is.
It would be like the shrewdness of Una
oriental nation to take thin form of re
venge. If the Chinese emperor were to'
tl:,.i. . l . . ... I
cdmuiibu Bucn restrictions in nis empire
against Americans, what could the Amer
ican government do, except submi ? Is
not sauce for the Chin pup iriuw iian
sauce for the American gander. Oar'
missionaries are in China to tench tiiej
holiness of returning good for evii. Thev
will need all tl eir persuasiveness to en
force that doctrine on the indignant Won-'"
There Is only one thing wLich this
government might do, and that should be
done in all speed. It might repeal and
expunge utti rly from our statute boobs
It was a Decent Campaign.
Ttitre 8 comparatively little mud
throwing. It was conceded on both sides
that the that the rival candidates were
men of integrity and respectability
There were some exceptions to this rule,
and certain republican papers considered
it "smart" to blackguard the ex-president
on his corpulent habit and call him a
"stuffed prophet," but generally his j.o
litical enemies have been content to as
serl that his public record as an advocate
of tariff reform, proved bi n an enemy of
his country. There has been some lyme,
a vast amount of it by republican speak
ers and writers. But that was necessary.
The party which attempts to prove that
a people can be taxed in'o
prosperity and that accounts foi
all temporal blessing by re
ferring to the tariff must falsify. Sutih a
contention cannot be maintained and
keep within bailing distance of truth. Re
publican advocates have misrepresented
the purposes of Mr. Cleveland without
fear and without remorse. They have
distorted statistics and made figures lie
incessantly. They have appealed to
prejudice and sought to win by shifting
the argument from what would benefit
America to what would spite and injure
Xngland. But the best argumant that
vuld be made for a bad system dhs been
submitted by the ablest republican
statesmen, and the cause of tariff reform
has been presented by democrats coura
geously and with invincible logic. It has
been n elevating and enlightening can
vass.. The "educational campaiga" whicL
rover Cleveland's great tariff messate
beeun four years ago has been splendiJly
m. Method of Beltet.
The Dilettante You ought to see Mrs.
Thomson's magnificent home! It's Joa
fell of CoroUi and Millets.
The Parvenu Terriblol Why doesn't
mhn try inflect powderf Chioajps Xcws
ON THE PAYSTRUAK.
Rodolfo was kneeling beside the door of
fc little jacal on the western slopo of the
Sam Ysidio mountains ponndini; soap.
That may seem a carious occapati an, bnt
here in New Mexico nine-tenths of the
people have to pound their soap the fat
root of the palmilla (a sort of aloe), whose
fibrons sultetance they crash to palp for
use in tub or basin. This curio is nat
ural soap is called amole, and an excel
lent article it is. The poor little jacal
a roofed palisade of pinon trunks,
chinked and covered with adobe mud
looked as if it were like to contain very
little worthy of washing, but the amolo
and a huge copper caldron simmering
over a fire of chips indicated plainly that
there was something to be ncrnbtx d.
JuHt then a brown, thin faced voman
stood in the low doorway holding in her
arms a curious, brilliant robe like a
blanket. Strangely enough, the most
beautiful and the most durable bliinkets
in the world are made, not in civilized
looms, but by half savage Indians with no
better appliances than a rude combina
tion of sticks and cords suspended from
the branch of a tree. This one was of the
best Navajo make a blanket of crimson
bolletta, with blue and white light nings
playing across it; a blanket which it re
quired a solid twelvemonth to w eave,
and in which one could carry water as in
a bag of rubber.
"Is the amole ready?" asked Maria.
"Ay de mi! My heart is heavy fcr the
serape that Don Francisco gave t thy
father. That only we have saved when
all was lost, and now it, too, has to be
sold. Last year the governor in ! Santa
Fe offered 150 pesos (dollars) for it. and
now when it is washed thou shalt take
it thither to see if he still will buy.
Lastima! It is the last we have of thy
father, and ay? Ine tienes?"
For Rodolfo had jumped to hi feet
with a loud cry. "Mira. nana!" (look
mother) he said, laying something i i her
palm. It was a wee, yellow scale, not
so broad as Rodolfo's little finger nail,
nor quite so thick. But how heavy it
WusI And what a color that sxqt itate
waxy luster of the gold of the New
"Oro grander (coarse gold) cried
Maria, her big, tired eyes lighting up.
"Where didst thou find it?"
"Pounding this last big piece of amole,
nana, I found it in an elbow of the root.
'Sperate, till I pan the dirt perhaps
there is more."
In a moment he was out of the h rase
again with a big wooden bowl; carefully
scooping up the few handfnls of sandy
earth fallen from the pile of root , he
put it in the bowl and poured on witer
from an olla (earthen jar) till the towl
was nearly full. Grasping it by the
edges he gave it a slow, tilting, rotary
motion. Directly the water begac to
run around and around in a minia ure
whirlpool, and the sand began to follow
its current slowly. Now and then
Rodolfo stopped to run his hands thro igh
the sand and loosen it up; and again set
it to revolving for he had learned to
pan out gold as well as any one whet, he
and his father used to work side by ;ide
in the placers at Dolores. Now the poor
old man never fully recovered from
that last awful wound received in a
fight with the Apaches was dead, jmd
they were very poor. There was no
more money to be made in the placers,
for it was too expensive to haul water
for washing that washed out gravel, t.nd
the beautiful serape must be sold or
their poor little borne would be taken
When the sand was thoroughly vet
np Rodolfo began to give the bowl a
stronger motion sideways, till it seen ed
as though he would spill the whole con
tents. A lot of water and sand splashed
out from side to Ride, till presently tln-re
was left but a handful in the bottom of
the bowl. As he kept rotating it more
slowly and gently this drew out in a
thin semicircle at the bottom of the
bowl, as far from the center as it cov Id
get a sandy procession in which the
usual parade order of the dignitares
was quite reversed. For ahead of :ill
was the worthless, unstable, reddi-th
sand; at its heels the black iron dtst
which always is found in very rich com
pany, and lagging at the rear of all car.ie
a few wee, yellow flecks no bigger th;tn
"Pero!" cried Rodolfo to his moth r,
who was kneeling beside him, "it is ve:y
rich! There will be cuatro reales (fif-y
cents) from so little dirt!"
Now he was holding the bowl sotilti d
that the water had all run out; and the
"procession," trying to follow it, w;is
headed down to the very edge, whe:e
some of the foremost sand fell off. Di
ping his hand in the olla, Rodolfo
dropped a very little water upon tl e
sand, to accelerate its exit. Then 1 e
tipped the bowl buck to a level, and
poured in a fresh dipper of water. A
little more gentle rotating and the pro
cession was formed again, smaller than
before, but in the same order. Agai a
ho ran off the foremost sand; and so,
over and over, working more daintily
all the time, till not a bit of sand was
left, and but little of the iron dust;.
Only a short black patch of the latter
remained, guarding the precious yellow
at its back from the impalpable golden
"floui that was nearest, and eve l
mingled with it, back to fat little flake.
His mother had brought out a snia'l
bottle; and pushing out all the bhtck duf t
he could with a deft forefinger , ho rippe l
the edge of the bowl to the boLUc's moutl ,
and, with a tiny stream from lii.s Lnger. ,
coaxed the gold slowly into its uew hor.it .
"Que rico!" cried Rodolfo, holding .
bottle away from him with a critic;.!
closing of one eye. "It ia a better prof -pect
than I have seen in the New Placen.
Such dirt ought to pay five pesos the dav
or more, if one can find the paystre&k.
And I know just where I dug the biggeet
palmilla, for 1 noticed it had so fat a
toot, and there 1 am going this very now.
Perchance thou wilt not have to sell tb
crape, nanita only wait me, till I eeei?
we do not find much gold!"
For six days the old jacal taw very
little of Rodolfo. Exactly where he bawl
I pried out the root of the big palmilla wmi
' tow a sGuareaole near! or fi.- aevoQi
and eighteen feet deep. It waa on tne
bank of the little dry stream bed at the
bottom of the big arroyo. At each side
of the shaft a Btont young pinon trunk,
with a fork at the top, was driven firmly
into the ground, and across these two
forks lay his primitive windlass an
other pinon trunk with a stout oblique
branch left at one end for a crank. A
strong rope waa on the windlass, and at
its lower end dangled a stout rung to be
passed through the handles of the curi
ous bucket gripsack of rawhide. Thus
far he had worked alone, and very tire
some work it was, loosening with his
pick that jumble of gravel and rocks
which the swift turbulence of summer
torrents had packed and repacked in the
narrow gorge, and lifting it out by the
As the hole grew deeper he had to
swing down by his rope, fill the rawhide
sack with gravel, climb the rope again
hand over hand, and laboriously wind
lass the heavy load to the surface and
empty it upon the dump. And now the
bottom of the shaft was at bedrock
the smoothisli, sloping blanket of por
phyry, coated with a peculiar gray ce
ment which underlies all that great
plateau. Soon he v. orM hnw if all that
As ho '.t:-.'". :
toy . .
or I v
! rttj'Tr bad Ixcuinvain.
. ":r toaie th&t evening hi
1 1: Tj-d hevy on Llisier.
U :0 tvjvs carrying; a Kv.ii
i-.-.t gravel, which ;.
. l-nl up from tts - I:.
v-.ic;r in to ;yrroy.:, an '
lio urns Cbrry ir n:.t
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heav .- : .:i '..
"An. i .. . . I ,
pays In ; "33
before ; o
Five times he pan?! o "i $1 V
half full of that shabby V oile Jr....
and each time the tiny p.; ,cii of trot i;o.
dust which he pushed out t,in a bsiuo;
stone was swelled a little. And - tl
last pan was a small, waterworn lma , !
which came very near escaping with the
first coarse pebbles a nugget of fully
two dollars, at which the tired mother
wept for joy, while Rodolfo danced
about her, crying:
"Ay, nana! Already there is like four
pesos! Very soon we will be rich ones!"
The sun was not nearly up the farther
siae oi ine uroque peaKS on tne morrow
when Rodolfo and his mother were
trudging away toward the arroyo, driv
ing ahead a patient burro borrowed from
Cousin Pablo. Poor'Flojo had a very
uncomfortable load; for two big kegs of
water were balanced in opposite ends of j
a woolsack across the queer little pack
saddle, and bumped his either side. Ro
dolfo carried on his head a rude "rocker,"
hastily made from a box, and in his
hands a heavy, double pointed steel bar.
His mother brought the wooden bowl,
and on her head a large olla full of
water was confidently poised. The time
had come when both must work, and
little Chona would have to care for the
young babies at home through the day.
In the earth near his shaft Rodolfo had
dug a basin five feet long and three feet
wide and lined it with tight packed clay,
so that the precious water might not be
wasted. At the upjxsr end was laid a big
flat slab of sandstone from the ledge in
the side of the arroyo, and on this "foun
dation" he set his rocker. It was merely
a stout box with one end knocked out,
two rude wooden rockers like those of
an old fashioned cradle under it, a strong
handle nailed to one side, and fitting into
its top a small 6quare box with a bottom
of coarse wire screen. Under this screen
was a canvas apron nailed to a frame
and sloping backward. The rocker itself
pitched forward, and across its sloping
bottom were nailed cleats a few inches
Flojo was soon relieved and turned
out to graze, his forefoot bubbled wil'a
little rawhide handcuffs, that he might
not stTay too far. The rocker was set
up ready for work and beside it a keg of
water with a gourd dipior.
Dropping his heavy bar down the
shaft for the pick would be of no use
in the close quarters in which he was
now to work and tossing after it a tin
basin, which would be handier than a
shovel, Rodolfo grasped the rope and
slid lightly down.
Taking the steel bar in both hands he
began to jab it against the close packed
gravel on the up stream side of the
shaft. Prying out first the bigger stones
to a height of two feet above bedrock,
and then the coarse gravel, he soon had
started a tiny tunnel some two feet in
diameter. As fast as he filled the raw
hide bucket he dragged it out to the cen
ter of the shaft and passed the cross
stick on the rope through the rawhide
handles, and his mother, inured to the
hard work of the frontier, windlassed it
to the surface. The rock she threw
away out in tiie streauibed, but the
gravel was carefully emptied upon a
clean hard spot beside the rocker, where
it grew apace.
When it was noon by the overhead sun
Rodolfo came up on the rope and they
ate their scant dinner of tortillas (cakes
of unleavened dongh cooked on a hot,
fiat stone) and water. There was half a
yard of gravel beside the rocker (aurifer
ous gravel avemgos about a ton to the
cubic yard and "a yard of gravel" is a
good days's work for one person). Truly,
they had worked very well. But were
they on the itaystreakV That was what
Rodolfo was very anxious to know for
the gold that cornea swirling down the
stream from' the mother veins in the
mountains acts precisely as if) acted in
Rodolfo's wooden bowl. It is not dis
tributed at random throughout that vast
volume of accompanying rocks and
sand, but trails along in reluctant file in
the line of the strongest current, and
being heavier according to its bulk than
svny of its companions, it keeps sinking
down and down till the gTeat sheet of
bedrock will let it sink no deeper. And
when the rains are over and the raging
torrent bocomes but a dry wash of sand
and bowlders for there are very few
perennial streams in the gold regions of
the southwest the cunning yellow fugi
tive be still fcmrA. never to ehMage
nlarm -urbl ww
Co tiaaed on Third Pjgc.
A woman's beauty is never lost
8n long as her sweet smile remains
8o long as gleam her teeth like frost.
And b-rsoft lip the ruby stains;
And bOZODONT. wtn n.aeic power,
Bebiows on ber this priceless dower.
Always Giving Satisfaction.
Braudreth's Pills -have always given
satisfaction. In 60 years there ha been
no compliiot of them. That is about
their lire in the United States and mill
ions of people have used them. There
is no 1ubt that tbev have established
themselves by merit alone. They care
rheumatism, dyspepsia, piles, liver com -plaint,
biliousness, and any disease aris
ing from an impure state of the blood,
O e or two at night on an empty
ttoronch for a week or two, i!l keep
you in good form and tone up the sys
tem. They are purely vegetable, abo
luiely harmless, and safe to tke nl oy
Sold in every drug or medicine store,
either p'aio or sugr co-.ted.
$5 A MONT a !
C.' tarrh nnd kindil diet ases treated at the nni
fiinrsteof 5 m'-nth. mi-dirin- s free. For all
ot'. er dis-cise the rate wiil be low and oniform,
H- d H proportion to the actual cot of the medi
i :n- ri-qnired.
AT ia:nts applying fir treitrrie:t at the Sett
tied c.ii InnitUs brfure Nov, 20, will be treat
e1 until ctKii) at the niiifnrm rate of 5 per
month. Rerreniber thu rateunly hold e good a n
. I Not SI. lS'Ji.
Ki-nd wt at Mis Ai.derson sa!:
A l .dy of .vo !. Illinois, wtm vi:ted a Davea
p.'rtInst.iution An Interview with Her Regarding He
Treatment There A lleaity and En
Mie Am Anderson, of Molire, 111., rnme to
r-a-" pon M ine two months aco and opnlied to
ill Si ott Medical lni-tt'Uie (or treatment. She
o.l ill at -be hd ei.ffered from Chronic Catarrh
for rome eh,'ht yenro.
A rejorier who interviewrd Mi Anlrrson a
try dtys i eo wa rtctivtd cordially and given a
pl-annt Interview, the aabstance of whice ie aa
Tctarrh almost wrecked my whole ryi-Um. Un
til a'ely I have b. en tick ferthepant (-li or ti.ht
veur- ai d took treatment from a number of pr.y
MCiti e Hitrmnr relief. Tne d pea-e ha-, such a
h 1 1 o i m Fypt-m that It had eaien a hoie through i
n.y pa an-, "y to-e o ia ri-g np, l nan n neavy
d'p.-ri-. ire of mnei.ui into m tr.roit, virlent Pead
acie.ro rii it noipes in my ara. euk eep and
m Ihrntit i- pore i.n" paimd me when I -wal-
wcri. My - umach wta out uf ord r and food
1 could rot fleep at niitht and T became ner
vous. About two months a ol plared n yelf un
der treatm nt at the Scott Medical Institute. To
day 1 can truthfully pay X am cured of all my
"My earn nope and throat are all right. I am
free from all my former symptoms I eat well
ami my food agrees with me. I alecp soundly all
TBEATMEK1 BY MAIL.
To thb Pi blic: The at Him of mail treatment
pun-ueahy i-ott Mtdiral In-titute enraiitte
the same flectiVe repnlis to those who depire to
pi bmit their caes through corre-t onilence as to
those who come in person. Their "nuet-tion
lank,"' if properly fllk-d out, will diai'no-e your
rase in a thoronsh way, m l aa medicines are
promptly sbipptd, those livinpoutof the city have
the same advantage tg those who come to the (f
fice. Wtlteforthe treatment bv mail, medicine free.
and rid yonr-elf of the most painful and annovinif
dipe .se in the catalogue of human ills.
cott Medical Institute,
221 Brady St-, Davenport, Iowa-
OVER AMERICAN EXPRESS CO.
SPECIALTIES : Ca'arrh and all diseases of
the Ey. bar. 1 brrat and Lunts. Nervous disease-,
skin diseases, chronic disease
tnr.ee Hours : y to II a. m., 2 to 4 p. m , 7 to s
One of the Most Successful as
Ui& Many Visits to this
City has Proven.
DP. D. 0. FRUTH,
Late Surgeon in the Provident Medical Dispen
sary of e w York.
Who created such a sensation In and around
t hicago by curit g oiseasea that almost baffled the
medical rraternity or tne country. .
Dr. Km-h is I residcnt of the Truth Medical
Co., and member of the Irternat'onal Association
of E'pert Specials s. He will visit
nvt a isi,a.-i:
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 16th.
Returning every month to remain on day during
the year. .
T)r. Fruth has been conne ted with the lanrest
hospital in Ibe country, and hi-s no snperior in
diagnosing ai.d treating diseases and deformities.
He will give $50 for any case that hs can not
irllthe 'isea-e and where located in Ave mln
nteg. De will return to Rock laland every month
this year to remain two days.
treat all urable iledtial and Surgical dieeaeet,
acute and chronic catarrh, dlttat q thcEye, Ear,
Note, 'Jhroat and Lunqi. Dyepeptia, Uright'l
Vi'eaee. Iialetet. Kidney; Liver, hlaiider.
Chronic Female end Sexual hieae.
Eplleppy o Fits cured A positive Eusrantee.
YOUNG ANO MIDDLE-AGED MEN
Suffer ng from spi rmau-Thca and impotency aa
the result of self-abuse in y.ulh or excels in ma
ture years and other cases, productnc some of the
following effece aa emision. blotches, deDlllty,
nervon-ness. dislness, oonfnslon of idias, aver
iou to society, defective memory, and seznal ex
haustion, which unfit the victotns for buslt.ess or
mnrrtaee, are permanently cored by remidies not
BLOOD AND SKIN DISEASES.
Syphilis and compl otion,aa soar throat falling
of tne hair, pain in the bones, rupstons etc , are
are perfectly eradicated w th out nsine mercury or
or other injurious drugs. Gonorrhoea, gleet,
strictnre and el' urinary and kidney troubles are
speedily cured by treatment that baa never failed.
He undertakes no Incurable cases, but en res
thousanos given np to die. Heme niber the date
and come early, as bis ro ms are alwavs crowded
wtiercvtr he Hops CON S U LT Al ION FREE.
t-W I asee and correspondence confident , and
treatment sent by express with full dir- et ns for
use, t;ut personal consultation preferred
iH. If. O. FKITTH
MS3 Lskp Ave , Chicago.
GEO. P. STATJDTJHAR.
Plata and nperintenderee for all elaes rf
Roemt 58 and 55, Mitchell A Lyude bnildlng
f ' I SI l isi wi l W P
Patronize Home Industry and Protect the Labor of America
BT 08tIO -
- MERRICK'S SPOOL COTTON. -
It to Six Cord Soft Fir :h. I oil r easnre, and U equally well adapted for Hand and Machine
Sewing. For sale by
a-d iry Qooda Houses generatlv.
MERRICK THU "-ID CC . 205 Firth Avenue. Chicago
THE HRST CI.A8
Is now located in hi j new shop.
At 1 1
ravLicht shoes a n eialtv
wt w " "uTtri.
8ie in Rock island by Hartz
LABOR. TIME, MONEY
Use it your own way.
It is the best Scap made
For W ashirig Machiue use.
WARNOGX & RALSTON,
A WDBD WITH YOD.
1 his season we have decid
ed to hat die r o cheap Rubbers,
we will sell Arctics and Rub
bers cheap, but they will not be
a cheap article.
We are desirous of hold
ing good trade and know it can
not be done with Arctics made
from scrap rubber and coal tar.
If you wish experience with
cteap Rubbers some other deal
r must supply it.
Shoe gtora, 0T Twentieth street. Rock Island.
K4 lit cae:
KFtRK aV!,i KVZXR CM0,
You Should KnoW
That TXifr MK & Co.
of Chicago Make aSqap
Standard Quality Slight
1803 Second Avenue.
rZpe Fr.'rvo Seeds.
t-?n ei:.tranloe to cure all nervon rtr o. s.ieri tV ak Alernorr
Ltissot' i!r ii:i i'ovr. r. Meaiiaelie. W.lkeftllliess. l,o-t .Vanliood. Xiv-htlv Emls
sions. Verriii-nes?, I,a.-;ii-.iae. ::1 dnin ana i,.-t' rower e.t the c-enenitlvc
iirKan in either sex cause. I liy over exertion, voathrul prro s. or excessive
u.. tonarc-o. opium or Minn.!.uits lnhi-o. ii lead to Intirmitv. Consiimt
t on srid lnamty. IMtt upcot.vetiientt, earrv in vet poekeu ajl t,rpacfc
aseliy maiV.li forKi. Wilh every f. orier wo gire a irrittrn ntnrmtre to cur.
iiuuiui nt?e. e j jreas ..rpf scpa t o., (Jblcaffo, ILL
& Bahnsr-n. 8,1 Ave. and 20th street
W TREFZ & CO.
Hare puichssed the Etcck
of B. Birkenfeld and
have removed to th;ir
new quarters at
2011 Fourth Avenue,
where they wil te pleaeed to
see their old fiiends and pat
rons. Watch this space for a epecial sale
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