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THE ARGUS, SATURDAY", AUGUST 31, 1895.
THE ARGUS. Published TMlj and Weekly at 1R4 Second Avenue, Bock Island, 111. Entered at the post office at teeond elm matter. J. W. Potter PCBLISBER. , TERVS Daily. 10 cent per week. Weekly, 13.00 per annum; in advance, SI. 50. All communication! of a critical or argnmenta tlT, character, political or religion, moat bare real name attached for publication. No auch article will be printed orer fictitious signature. Correspondence aollclted from ersry townihlp la Book Iaiand county. Sati'kdat", Acglst 31, 1895. Tiieue are now 219,273 Indians in this country, accordino to the last census. Illinois stands third among the states in the number of its milch kine, with 1,087,886 animals, TnE rice crop of both Louisiana Anil flenro-m will h vpru lnrrrn IhU b J Tear, several districts producing the largest crop in tneir mstory. Beer frozen and called "hop irappe" is very popular in the bun day resorts of Philadelphia since the enforcement of tne Sunday law. Missouri's coal output during He year closed last week was 807,120 tons below that of the previous vear. There are 365 coal mines in the state, located in 34 counties. The Nebraska wheat crop this year is estimated at 15.000.QOO bush els, and the corn crop at 180,000,000 bushels. Such crops will keep "the wolf from the door' for many noons to come. A woman of 80 years and an other of C9 skipping a rope in bouth iioiiis. Ale., a few days ago set the bloomer girls to humping themselves in an effort to hold up their end of the athletic craze. Gov. Altoklu has appointed Clark l.. Carr, of Galcsimrg, J. A. Hudson, of Chicago, and Col. James M. nice. of Peoria, to represent Illinois at tne rourtn National Irrigation con gress at Albuquerque, X. M., Sep tember 13. alii. LiANtJTKY is causing a sensa tion by the array of diamonds she is wearing on the stage. She appeared in a play at Brighton wearing jewels worth $150,000. As a precaution, her dressing room was guarded every nigni uy a detective. The great temple in the City of Mexico was a atono structure of five stages or stories, 300 feet square at the base and 120 feet high. There were eight similar structures of almost equal size in the city, and nearly L'.wu mucn smaller. Gen. Mi nikk, a French officer, has the opportunity of a lifetime before him. j.iuperor niuiatn has just an nounccd him to be a 'cowardly liar." The chance to spit an emperor ac cording to tne code, as one would an ordinary French editor or deputy, is not to be sneezed at. It is said that Gov. McKinler, in his recent cruise around the circle to set up presidential pins for 189G avoided Alabama, when he beard of the contract by iron men of that state to furnish Japan with 30,000 tons of iron at lower rates than England or Germany could offer. Protection for our great iron indus tries has ceased to be a bird song, in Alabama, or anywhere else for that matter. Every ship building yard in the United States is busy at the present time in constructing ships for com mcrce of war. Did you ever know asks an exchange, of such an occur rence under a republican administra tion? The ship building industry was killed by subsidies to a few millionaire ship owners under re pub ncanism wno discouraged the con struction of more vessels. A new era has dawned under democracy. California vintage has begun. and trustworthy estimates as to the production are now available. In every district the outlook is more favorable than last year. The pro duction of drv wine in the state will be about 20 to 25 per cent greater man last year, and will be from i2.uuu.uuo to 13,000.000 callous About 4,500,000 gallons of sweet wine will be produced, making a ' total wine production in California mis year of about 17,000,000 gallons. This is far short of the consumption and much less than the production of 1893, so winemakers look for good prices and prosperous times. The average price for dry-wine grape win dc a oo in tio a ion. Mr. Maxim, the inventor of a ma. chine gun. would like to shoot a hole through the Chinese riots, by keep ing missionaries out of China. At a meeting, his motion "regretting that missionaries should attack the aneient and highly developed religion of the Chinese" was adopted. Air Maxim would do much better to turn his guns upon the fanatics who put to the sword disciples of that Ifospel whose only weapon is toe vt ord. Like all religions tne cnrisv ian religion is one of aggression, but it is one of the very few whose ori flamme is the banner of peace. Against its onward marca tne reso lutions of the Maxims will have as little effect as the steel of - the vegetarian. "A Chicago iron manufacturer re cently said to a friend of the Cham paign limes, that the tariff did not cut so much of a figure as the republicans allege. That .be could do well even under free trade, but what really hurt was the changing of values. He was opposed to the Wilson bill before its passage, but, now that it is a law and everything nas accommodated itself to its pro visions, he was opposed to disturb- ng business again. Although a re publican, he was now in favor of the Wilson bill and opposed to any thought even of restoring McKin leyism. Here's to Tom Taaaart. Thomas G. Taggart. the successful chairman of the Indiana state demo cratic committee, and one of the brainiest and most jovial democrats in the United States, is running for mayor of Indianapolis. He has been nominated by his partv and' will be elected. And. as Indiauapolis goes so goes Indiana. the party which Tom has so ' successfully gen erated on niaov a well fought battle- licld will continue to control the affairs of Hoosierdom. So mote it be. Humor at Harrlsburc. Mr. Quay has said some interest ing things in his day. and has psrpe. trated an epigram or two of national interest, but, says the Chicago l'ost, he has never posed as a humorist either in the senate or in private me. Yet the development of the conven tion at Harrisburg would indicate that he knows a humorous situation when he sees it, and enjoys it too if he is the principal actor. There was an elemeat of humor in bis ac- tion in publicly shaking hands with Gov. Hastings, and the governor. who is not very humorous, blushed To this moment he cannot decide whether Mr. Quay was compliment ing him for his services at Johnstown or showing the world that ho is bove kicking a man when he is down. Then Mr. Quav walked over and borrowed a light from the lieu tenant of his arch political enemy. and the convention would not have been the least surprised bad he pulled out a cinar and given it to Chris Magee, though the chances are that it would have been loaded Bonnd to nave a License, A bewhiskered man who didn't lock as prosperous as somo, of tlios6'behind him pushed himself to tho front of the lino in tho city comptroller s offieo yes terday and stood at tho liccuso window. "la this where they get wagon li censes?" ho asked tho elrk. "Yes, this is tjio place. Pay yonr money tip stairs mid bring the receipt down lii-re, was the reply. "Lem'ine see. How mneh is a wagon license?" inquired the uuprosperdus man as he fingered Ins pocket. "It will cost you 3." "No les'en that?" "No, that's the price regulated by law." "That will cost yon $1.25." ''Well, I can't afford it. I'll run my old wagon in the sited and turn my hosscs out to pasture. I am t got enough mon ey mid can't borrow it." . "Well, I'm sorry" "Sav, how mnch is a dog license?" "Ono dollar." "Well, gim'mo one. That's all I can afford. ' Indiafmnplis Journal. The Hall Nozzle. According to Chief Bonner, the ball nozzlo which has excited so much inter est throughout tho country is destined, to work a radical and highly beneficial change in the system of fighting fire. Instead of working at a distance with straight streams, firemen, by using the ball nozzlo, can enter burning buildings and work at cloo range, thus not only doaug more effectivo work, bnt averting to n considerable extent the serious dam- ago to interior property, and in many cases this system will enable firemen to save the lives of inmates of burning buildings. The man who has given the world an appliance of such value is cer tainly entitled to the gratitude of hfs fellow men. New York Tribune. To Each Hi Fart. Mrs. Snaggs What do yon think of tho inference that Mark Antony was an undertaker because ho- said his mission was to bury Caar not to wraise him? Mr. Snaggs That is a very fair in ference. The man who carved the tomb stone would attend to the praising part. Pittsburg Chronicle-Telegraph. A Man's Proaperlt j Depends largely on the health of his wife. She should maintain her neaitn and promptly correct any weakness by using oa-rnora. ror saie Dy x. H. Thomas and Marshall & Fisher. Ulad Tiding? to Asthma Sufferers. Lawson Elvidge, of Harrington 111., states he was cured of chronic asthma of long standing by Foley's Honey and Tar. It gives positive relief in all cases of asthma, so that this disease, when not completely cured, is robbed of all its terrors ny this treat remedy. No sufferer should be without it-r-50 cents. Take no substitute. Sold at M. F. Bahn sen's drug store Set yourself earnestly to see what yen were maie to no, and then set yourself. earnestly to do it, and die loftier your purpose is the more sure von will be to make the world richer with every en ichment of yourself. :ino rajpoerry was introduced into England from Virginia in 1696. The cherry was introduced from the eastern shores of the Black sea at a very early date. HANDLING BOA CONSTRICTORS. The Trick by Which the Serpent Are ' Managed Without Danger. Snake dealers in South America have a fiiw contempt fur their equirniiiijr and venomous wares, though it is sometimes difficult to induce ship captains to carry theiu as freight. The s nake dealers han dle the boa constrictor with great deft-' ness. . This serpent bites, but bis bite is not venomous, so that the chief danger to the handler is from the serpent's enormously po-weul muscles. The dealers have learned that the boa, to be really dangerous, must have a fulcrum in the shape of something around which be mav coil bis tail. The boa is, in fact, a lever in which the ordinary arrangement is power, weight, fnlcrnm. Knowing this, the dealers drop a soft hat over his head, that be may neither see nor bite, and then snatch him so suddenly from bis resting place that he has no opportunity to brace himself by seizing a fixed ob ject with his tail. After That the essen tial thing js to see that hels not brought within distance of any such object. A snake dealer on a Brazilian steam er the other day s-as occupied iu trans ferring his boas from one box to anoth er. Ho opened tho box an instant, drop ped a bat over tho head of one of tho creatures, snatched it from its fellows, and rushing across the deck dropped it into the other box. The thine looked so easy that a deck hand, waiting until the snake owner s back v is tunied, essayed to repeat tho act. He neglected to use the hat, and with a yell yanked a great snake from the box with its fangs fixed in bis lingers. Not daring to let go, yet fearing to hold on, ho began whirling the snake about bin head, meanwhile dancing madly over the deck. The snake man managed to capture the reptile and box it in security. Then somebody ex pressed concern for the rash deck bund, to which tho suako owner answered : "What, him? He's all right. But think of my snake! It's worth 20 of that mug!" New York Sun. STRAIN ON THE EYES. Children at School Are Inclined to Have "tho Academy ftcadache. Ono of tho common causes of pain abovo the brows is the overuse of the eyes and tho strain of accommodation inconstantly looking at near objects. In its transient form it may bo famil iar to somo as tho result of a visit to a picture gallery, but in more senses than ono this may bo known as "the academy headache, "for if itistompora- rily developed in a morning spent at Burlington Honso it is oven more readily excited and permanently estab lished among the children at tho buird scbooLs and tho girls of tho high schools. Seventy-two per cent of the children of today arc said to bo sufferers from de fective cvtsight, generally in tho direc tion of difficulty in seeing near objects clearly. Headache is almost always pres ent lm tho cases of the poor little crea tures, whoso bodies are starved while 'their minds aro overfed in the scramble for educational grants. Tho ocular headache is often coex istent with tho auanuic headache, espe cially ia growinjr girls. Hero we find frontal or twpraorbitul pain, duo to eye strain, associated with tho vcrt.cal pain felt all over the top of tho head, which ischaracteristic oMiloodlessncss. Plenty of whokve nic food, fresh r.ir and out of door exercise will help to combat the anx-miu, whilo tho practice of . locking at distant object;', and, alas! tho uso cf appropriate spectacle may relievo the headac-ho of eyestrain, but reachnq, writing and sewing will permanently damage tho sight, so that for tho sake cf education and in the struggle for life dio coming race is growing up purblind Philadelphia Press. A Household Treasure. D. W. Fuller, of Canajoharie, X Y., says that he always keeps Dr. King's New Discovery "in the house, and his family has alwavs found the very best results follow its use: that he would not be without it, if pro curable. I. A. liykeman, druggist. Cats kill, A. I., says that Dr. King s New Discovery is undoubtedly the best cough remedy; that he has used it in his family for eight years, and it has never failed to do all that is claimed for it. hy not try a rente dy so long tried and tested? Trial bottles free at Hartz & Ullemever's drug store. Regular size 50c and f I. DID VOC EVER try Electric Bitters as a remedy for your troubles? If not, get a bottle now and get relief. This medicine has been found to be particularly adapted to the relief and cure of all ieniale Complaints, exerting, a won oeriui nircci innuence iu giving strength and tone to the organs. If you have loss of appetite, constipa tion, headache, fainting spells or are nervous, sleepless, excitable, melan choly or troubled with dizzy spells. Electric Bitters is the medicine vou need. Health and strength are guar anteed by its use. Large bottles only 50 cents at Hartz & Ullemever's drug store BCCKLEN S ARNICA SALTS. The best salve in the world for cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions, and positively cures piles or no pay required. It is guar anteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. r or saie o v nam ciiemeyer. When Baby was sfck, we her Astoria. When she ma a CfciU. she cried f or Castorl. wOea ah. became lim. fc ching to CaaLorta. When ate tad CtuMmc she gatoUjaan Past irta. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. THE CITY. The lilacs in my (rarden blow. wida meadows ring my iraraen round. la that green wood wild violets grow Aau palo rrail cuckoo nowen are xonna. For all you sec and all yoa hear - The city might da mi Jos away. And yet yon feel the city near Through all the quiet ox toe any. Srrret smells the earth, new washed with rain. Wet leaves gleam in the moonlight pale. And in the wood behind the lane I bear the hidden nightingale. Though nVld and wood about me lio. guff bushed in dewy deep delight. Vet I can bear tbu city sigh Through all the silence of the night. For me the skylark nests and sings; For mo the vine her garlund weaves; The swallow folds her glossy wings -.To bnild beneath my cottage eaves. But I can feel the giant near. Can hear all day bis sail slaves weep. And when at last the Bight is here. 1 hear him moving in his sleep. Oh. for a little spare of ground. Though never a flower should mane it gar. Where miles of meadow hipped me round And leagues and leagues of silenoe lay I Oh, for a wind lashed, treeless down. A black night and a lonely way. A silence deep enough to drown Tho voice that mocks me night and day I New York Tribune. CHINESE GORDON. The Famous Englishman's Resignation and Prophetic Message to the Khedive. A correspondent writing to Tho Scot tish Amerieau says ? One chilly morn ing at Suez, in the winter or i8ia-bo, I received a message from Colonel Gor don. He had just landed from Suakin, and wished, to see ma I found him seat ed in a room at the old Suez hotel, with his black secretary and trusty factotum, Mohammed El Tohamy, and a few friends, including the governor of the town. Poor Mohammed ti lonamy, wno was destined to see his master fall at Khar rum and probably shared bis fate, was looking cold and miserable, and I no ticed ho was sipping somo hot mixture of -which the aroma did not seem fam iliar. On my entering, Gordon exclaimed: "I Imivo resigned tho governor gen eralship of tho Sudan and am return ing to England. The khedive s ministers dared to send mo instructions, and so I have resigned. Now, tell me honestly, what will tho world say of my work in the Sudan after tho years I havo spent there? What is the apparent re sult?" I said something to the effect that his name would live and bo remembered. "Aye, "bo rejoined, "but what visible trace remains of my exile and labor? It is now God's will that I should abandon my task, and there is absolutely noth ing to show nothing for tho world to gazo ut except" ho added this with a curious smile and pointing to the shiv ering son of the tropics at the other side of tho table "except, perhaps, that I have taught my Mohammedan secretary to drink hot toddy at 10 in the murn iug." Certainly Gordon's work was not in tended for show. At Alexandria be had an audience with tho late 'khedive, Tewfik Pasha, at which be tendered his resignation, and then, removing his fez, the badge of allegiance, addressed somo words of stirring advice to his highness, 'as from an independent English gen tleman, lieioro embarking lor fcurope Gordon wrote a famous telegram to the khedive "Mene, Mene, Tekel, Uphar sin" which was shown to mo and to tho correspondent of a great London newspajM-r, but it is a question whether it was ever dispatched from Malta. In any case, it was cr.rion.sly prophetic. Within two years tho Sudan was in open revolt and Egypt under foreign control. Both Averse to Interference. At tho corner of Fourth avenue and Smithfield street a lady from Glenwood entered a crowded outgoing car. Tho conductor knew who she was, and that she resided in Glenwood. He suspected that she bad made a mistake, and that sho thought she was on a Second avenue car, so ho crowded up the aisle and po litely inquired: "Where are you going, lady?" "That's my business," she tartly re plied. The conductor said nothing more, and the car sped along through tho dark, crossing the Monongaliela through tho covered Tenth street bridge and rapidly putting space between Hand Glenwood. When it entered the big Knoxville in cline elevator and 6topped, nobody said a word. After a minute's wait up the precipice it started, leaving tho spar kling electric lights far below... "Aly goodness," screamed the Glen wood woman to the conductor, "where 18 this car going?" "TharV my business," dryly replied the conductor. Pittsburg Dispatch. Doubtful. Sympathy. Pat Regan had a face on hint that, as he had once remarked himself, was an "ofanse to tho landscape." Next to his homeliness his poverty was the most conspicuous part of him. An Irish neigh bor met him recently, when the follow ing colloquy ensued : "An how are ye, Pat?" "Moighty bad, intoircly. It's starva tion that's shtariu me in the face.!' "Is that so? Sure, an it can't be very pleasant foraytherof yez." Montana Columbian. A Patriot's Dinner. Marion, the American Revolutionary general, once feasted an English officer on sweet potatoes baked in the fire by a darky and served on a strip of bark. with a log for a table. It is said that the officer resigned and went home, ray ing it was no use to try to conquer peo ple wno could live on sweet potatoes. Deliberate treachery entails punish ment upon the traitor. There is no pos- sibility of escaping it, even in the high est rank to which the consent of society can exalt the meanest and the worst of men. Junius. There is one instrument that no clever woman has ever learned to play, and taat is a second fiddle. - What Zoa Phora won't do for WOMANKIND no medicine will. Sold by T. H. Thomas and Mar shall & Fisher, druggists. I SOLD ONLY IN 2 LB. PACKAGES. VITALITY and ENERGY OEPEND UPON THE FOOD YCU EAT. i DELICIOUS. HEALTHFUL. ECONOMICAL. 6oLo E3 V ALL GFOCSi. KSiail0S fnfc iiiTiTiift iiaaii There's no shoe for the eame monay that's its equoL Tannery calf Bkin, donsrola top, all leather trimmed, solid leather soles 'with, a cement of cork and robber between the outer an inner better than a cork sole. Ten Styles 4 6, and O wida Ask Your Dealer For It. J. B. LEWIS CO, Boston, Mass. mi im geoMs Baths of all kinds, including Turkish, plain, shampoo, elec tric, electro-thermal, etc.,- may be obtained' at the Sanitarium Bath Rooms, on the first floor of the Harper House. BOOMS OPEN. For Ladies From 9 a. m. to 12 m. on week days For Gen tlemen From 2 p. m. to 10 p.m. on week days On Sundays the rooms will be open from 7 a. m. to 11 a. m. for Gentlemen only. Electric and Electro-thermal baths may be obtained at any time during business hours. Gymnasium connected with bath room. Intiapo maae a wen of (RDAPO TICK fialRAT HINDOO REMEDY PRODUCES TUJt ABOYK tYl-alfl-ITA In SO T. C-m Krrii.l lliL.C-A. r U.lJ MIO MI.C Fr...iAKi !! -fiiet.. KitrlitiT r n.i. - ftc. pau tetl li V Til-it alius -J. tri ve Tlr to sh rJ :i i'H urj.in, au'i qni'-fcly but miit It i t tr f IS snknad infinl or Vont'. b-uulvr-iirrVd in vv wntteB gnarinir tmrr-r MHuy prf nnrfrd. 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Women suiTerirK from nterlnfl or ovrrt.hi troubles of any nature corns and set an opinion on your rase free of charge. ycCul!ogh BalMing, Honrs slo IS, S to . snd 7 tos I davenport iowa. RESTORE tin ritlvrf uu. Witai AJdrcs Ready for Fall and Winter With a complete line of Jackets and Fur ' Capes. You are cordially invited to inspect oar stock. Its rarety will surprise and please you. Buy a Cloak now for the following rea sons: FIRST You fret a better made up carmen t. SECOND You get a larger as sortment. THIRD You save at least 25 per cent, for when the sea son begins factories have to pay more for making garments and materials are higher. LADIES desiring to make spe N clal selections now can se cure a garment by making a deposit on it. Trimmed Hats At Half Trice. Latest no elties in Fall Sailors. for 11.98, worth $5 and 6. DAVENPORT. ite?f . DR. J.