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THE ABGI?fl. TMUKKDAY, BBPTEMBEK 30. 1897.
THE ARGUS. rskrtbcd Dally acd Weekly Feeono Avtaaa, Itock Island, iu. Enured at tie po.t oEca taiocd-claM bi fr.) J. W . POTTII Publiaher TIRIU-DmllT. lOerata per wwk. We kly. (IMpnuiom; la advance 11 JO. All coosauicat'.ort of political or anraenta tfa aareetrr, poi.ttonl or religions, ddu bars real uu attacked, fur pnhlloatkin. o sock artlele Kill bt printed over Sctitioof slgietores. Correspondence solicited from im; towatbip la Hoek Ulead loo-ty. Thuewai, StrrcnkEa 3), 1897. The democrat of Masiachuictti named a, gallant repreaen'ative of party principle when they made George Fred Willi am their atandard bearer. He ii an ideal candidate and would mke an ideal governor. A New York woman has applied At a hospital to be cured of the gin ger habit. And yet many Mew York hu.banila havu buMu iriv?n iini-r t.w I their wives tor years without acquir.' log aa unconquerable craving fur it. Tie Athenian mass meeting for the purpose of calling upon King George to renew the war with Tar. key was held in Cord Square. But wasn't that a more fitting place, asks the St. Louis Republic, in which to aw wood and say nothing? Congressman TnoMss Dukn En glish, who wrote Ben Bi.lt ' 4) years ago and whose book of "Fairy Stories and Wonder Tales" i to be published this autumn, ii living in New Jriey, vigorous and activo still though at a ery advanced a. l)r. Knglih was for many ears a resident of Washington, whnre be was striking charao er in political ami social life. The tradition in the rapital is that when he was in hi prime he once aclniinislor- dan und thrnihlogtu K'lgsr Allan Poa for a supposea iuult to n Indy. One of the biggon yields of corn that is on record for this year i re ported by William Waagh from bis farm in Lenox township. Warren uouotv. The Monmouth Kb vie say Mr. Waugh is an expert wben it comus to raising corn and hid xomo that he thought was txtra good, lie thought he would enter the yield from an acre of it for the state fair premium, and so mrannd off the land. His men went in and when they had cleared up the acre they hud picked 12 bushels and 0 pound, counting 80 pin nils to the bushel. The corn was of fin quality And it wilt tain a very t xtreordi nary display to brat it." t i- . . .. . . mh oenaKr jngaii at baa a word of praise to say of W. J Hryar la a recent speech at Atchison he said: Mr. Uryan is not to bo cata logued as an uninteresting person He was the star actor in one of the great dramas of our time. He was one of the chief figures in the most important political campaigns sii.ee the close of the oivll war. Against tremrnaoRS ouas, witnoat combioa ion, experience or fortune, be was the most signal personal triumph of , our history at An age when political leaders generally Are in the cradle or ine Kindergarten. Through the con test for the presidency he displayed courage, endurance and versatility that have not been surpassed, and he ccepiea ueieat witn dignity and composure, so we do not need to look far to discover the causes of Bryan's popularity. People like pluck and nerve in friend or foe, and uryan la youog, poor, sandy and western born, which is a ttroo rr scription even with those who reject LI. I I . ... - uis iuaa aou motaoas." Thai rrieaof Surer 8k Loiita Republic. Narrow monometalllsts bave been Attracting much comfort out of the recent tall in the price of silver. On the same principle they must exprr- . num n ;uou ueai (ii aisoomiort when they read the quotations showing a rise in the white metal of about 7 ! moawo me low mark reached Sept. 1. The faot that the upward turn w , due entirely to mere rumors that Iiurchases of silver were being made or India substantiates the conten tion of blmetallUts that the dispar ity io the commercial value of gold And silver is mainly due to the deg radAtlon ot the white metal cau-d by iti being struck from the co'n Age. Another stimulating element waa the tentative Announcement by the governor of the Bank ot England of the possibility of that institution j utilizing its silver reserve as per mitted by its original charter. That the suggestion did stimulate the A Gait-Load of Gold "If too dnmj-ed a cart-load of golil ai mr feet it would not brinir auch joy and c'tadnr into my life." twrite prominent man after I uinc the method of I KlMrMtmeiit that has restored im rranv tni-n who had been wrecked by escessc. over-work or evil habits of youtn. make ft all plola mar be had without chart; by writing THE ERIE KEDICAL CO.. 64 Niagara St., Buffalo, K. Y. KoCft T. aehema : no patent medicine Joat th book under plain latter acal. to all; Vmen price ia another proof that bircetal liet are right. The importarce which attaches to the rise of 7J cents in a few days mast appeal with t lling force to the minds of the uncompromising single standard advocates here and in Eu rope. Experts are unable to account for the rise on any other hypothesis than that mere rumors stiffened the hilvtr market. No mind not en- thralled in blind and stubborn preju dice can doubt teat ii rumor has turn an effect on the pries of the white metal, a steady detoana, each as would be created by its restora tion to Its old H pit..Bge syttemcftbe L'niitd auins, would give it a stable value which would noon settle all doubts as V parity or ratio. Another nutter of import ance demonstrated beyond the shadow of a doubt by the recent op ward bulge is the sensitiveness of silver to conditions. This sensitive ness is no feature, though the gold advncaUs are trying to make the world believe it Is. In 1893. when it semed probable that congress would enact a free coinage bill, the price of silver bullion rose to 1.2 an ounce in gold in all the markets of the world, lacking only 9 cents perotinc rjf rflnohing parity, and all rtou ft itmru prooability cl toe restoration of thn white metal to the coinage of the United States. Thete are solid fact which no amount of argument by the enemies of bimetallism can des'roy or weaken. Getting Them I p. "Thcro is only one BuecGEsfcl way of getting a man up early," Kays a hotel clerk. " We have to spud a toy to his door who viil knock until ho hears. ouil then tell him that tlioro is a tele- r:ita icr him. Ihut always brings a commercial man out nt once, and as soon as ho opens tho door for tho tele gram wo jnst say, 'Sir, ii is 7:30 o'clock. ' Ho will slam t jo door shut with tho bipgost sort of nn oath and tear about tho room as mad as a wild ball. That wakes him up pretty thor oughly, and ho comes down stairs feel ing so sheepish that ho doesn't say a word. We practico that deception every morning. We've gotta Tho other morn ing wo nwcko a man in that way after trying the bell repeatedly. Ho was road at first, bat when he came down stairs he said it would have cost him 8300 if he had missed his train. " New York Tribune. Btcrene and Maynard. Thaddens Stevens was once opposed in debate by Horace Maynard of Tennessee. llayuard was very tall and straight and had long black hair which hu wcro well down over his coat collar, and which gavo him somewhat tho appearance of an Indian. It was even rumored that he had somo aboriginal blood in his veins. Mayuard prided himself on his scholar ly attainments, and at tho close of his address ho qnoted ouo cr two Latin verses. Old Thad replied to Mavncrd'a argument in his usual vigorous manner and then paused for a few seconds until no bad secured the attention of the en tiro house. Turning to Maynard, who sat somo distance behind him. lie de livered this parting shot: "So much for the gentleman's English. As to his Choctaw, I do not profess to understand tt Ban Francisco Argonaut. Old In Bror Try 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 Female Complaints, exerting a won derful direct influence in giving strength and tone to the organs. If you have loss of appetite, constina' tlon, headache, fainting spells or are nervous, sleepless, excitable, melan choly or troubled with dizzy spells. Electric Bitters is the medicine you need. Health and strength are guar anteed by its use. Large bottles only 60o at Harts A Ullemnver's drug store Rhenmatlam Cured In Day. "Mystio Cure" for rheumatism and neuralgia radirallv cures iu one to three davs. It action upon the system is remarkable and mvsterions It removes at once the cause, And the disease immediately disappears. The umnom greatly Dcnents. va rents. Sold by Otto Grotian. 1501 Second avenue, druggist. Kock Island ; Gust Mniegei dc sou, West Second street. uavenpori. It Hlt tha ppnt. When suffering from a severe cold ana your throat and lungs feel tore, take a dose of Foley's Honey and Tar. when the soreness will be at once re lieved, a warm graWul fueling and healing of the pans affected will be experienced aud you will say: "It fels so good. It hits the spot." It is guaranteed. For sale by T. H Thomas. A li.tn.aald Macwaauy. casrarets Candy Cathartlo, the most wonderful medical discovery of the age, pleasant and refreshing to the taste, act gently and positively on the bowels, cleansing the entire ayaiem, Qispru ooiaa. eure headache. rover, namtuei constipation and bil lousness. flease buy and try a box 01 u. c c today; 10, 26, 60 cents. Sold and guaranteed to care by all uroKgiais- Consumption is the natural result of a neglected cold. Dr. Wood's Nor way Pine Syrup cures coughs, bron- cniu. astnma, and all lung troubles down to the very borderland of con. sumption. For sale by Martha'.l & isner. Wbea bilious or costive eat a Gai wwwa, oauuy catuaruo, cure guaran swmn, e oenir. SUBMARINE CABLES. Tha Difllenltlea Encountered In Eeadlnc , Meaaaa;ea at av Frofltabla Speed. While submarine cables can now be made of any length &ad at comparatively small cost, great difficulties aro still en countered in sending messages at a commercially profitable speed, and these difficulties increase with the length of the line In long cables there is a trou blesome retardation of the electric cur rent, due to the fact that the insulating cover of the copper strands becomes it self electrified, and this surface charge delays messages by proven ting the cur rent at tho beginning cf any signal from rising rapidly to its maximum and again trora rapidly dying out. The consequence of this is that whilo from 400 to 600 words a minute can be sent over a land line, tho maximum speed on an Atlantic cable is somewhere about 82 words a minute. Etforo the "siphon recorder" and Lord Kelvin's "curb sender" wcro invented, tho maximum speed was eight or ten words per min ute. . Curiously enough, the more perfect the cable's insulation may be the greater is tins retardation, and slignt leais in this covering often increase for the time the line's working capacity. The corrosive action of tho salt water is ac tive at such points, however, end will soon cause a break in the cable. Professor t-ilvauus P. Thompson of the Royal society of England has in vented a Fystem of cable construction by which he expects not only to inereoso the capacity of the present lines, but to malic practicable the covering of the 3, COO miles which separate Hawaii from Korth America. His plan is to make a cable with two separate conductors in- vlosed in tho same armor, eo as to form a complete circuit, and every 100 or loO miles ho will introduce stretches of cable with three 6pch conductors, the third being a wire of high resistance. tho purpow of which is to act as a sort of artificial said protected leak. One end of this third wire will beconuectrd with tho positive conductor and tlie other with tho negativo one. By this device tho static charge on cno wire will neu tralizo that on the other, and all retarda tion will bo avoided. The expectation is to multiply four or five times the numlicr of words now sent over Atlantic cables, to increase to 70 or 80 tho 12 words per minuto that could bo sent over a Kinglc core cablo to Hawaii, and raise from 15 to 75 tho words sent from London to Cape Town. 2sew York Times. NO BLOOD SPILLED. But the Duel Waa Fought, and Everybody Waa SaUsBcd. Evrrvono who Iciiowr nnrfliinir nrmnt . n -. Major Wiuton knows that I10 is without a spark of physical cowardice. That is the reason that he incurred no risk in telling the story that follows: "Richt after the war I went to Texas and formed a business partnership with a rcngn tut brave and tig hea: te d native. Wo leased and stocked an csteurivo cat tic ranch, hired our cowboys aud estab lished a littlo community of enr own. My partner superintended affairs at tho rancn wniio 1 aia tne dealing, tho pur chaso cf supplies included. This took mo to tho nearest market, and, as it was too soon for tho prejudices between the two great sections of tho country to be entirely allayed, I was very careful to taiK uotiung but business. "But one dav in the hotel nn px-mlrv ncl who had taken on extra steam at tho bar so persistently attacked my folitical principles and so clearly aimed his gen eralities at mo tnat I retorted nngrilv. This was what ho wanted. He handed me his card, and within half p.n hour two or his mends waited on me, pursu ant to tho codo duello. To gain time I referred them to my partner .-.ud hurried back to tho ranch. Ho was dclishtcd at the prospect It would bo a great piece or advertising to bowl tho colonel over and at tho eiuno timo it would insure me against liko trouble in tho future. But by principle and training I was ir revocably committed amiijist hr r,nt1 "It was difficult for mo to make my partner comprehend any such moral bias, especially as we had fought eff cattlo tuieves logetner, and lie knew that had nerve and was a dead shot He himself, when aroused, was reccgnized as one of the most dangerous men iu the southwest His ultimatum was that wo must meet; but with it was a positive assurance that no one should bo hurt Tho affair came off, aud after three ex- cnanges honor was satisfied without drop of blood. My partner had simply told the colonel's seconds that they must load with blank cartridcrfs crsr-tTlnn-iih him. They hastened to chooso the blank alternative, and in timo tho colonel and I became fast friends. He confidentially admitted to mo afterward that ho reck oned he'd lost his shooting eye and must keep cut of trouble." Detroit Free Press. Bealiaaa la Literature. "The movement for realism ia litera ture ha8 civen to the best rnrrcnr fictinn a verity and value as a reflection cf the times mat mo novels or no other era possess," writes Droch iu The Ladies' Homo Journal "This is not saying, by any means, tliat our novelists aro great er than any of previous epochs. But never before could a roador irf firHrm . cumulate a vivid, true and varied pic ture or so many sides of human nature, so many conditions nf actual Hf it therefore broadens the horizon of a ju- uicious reader vu a way that books of travel never did. It ought to and often does broaden the Fvmn.it VnYs r.f the reader so that the prejudices rf class ana nationality are broken down, and there is a more charitable judgment of human nature which can't help being uxuereiiK. Why Hla Bat Stack, Tommy (inquiringly) Mamma, ii this hair oil in this bottle? Mamma Xo, that's glue. Tommy (nonchalantly) Then I ex pect that's why I can't get my hat oft Chicago Eccord. WEALTH OF ANCIENTS THE . ENORMOUS SUMS THEY ACCU- MUIATPED AND SPENT. Potentates V Disposed of Annual In comes BeaxAiina; Into the Million lm nao WorSi of Art and Skill Carried Out bjr Then a Kulerm. It WOnld m TinlifA ftntirm en nu4 that evervbndv who lrakn nnnn thn great monuments of antiquity the pyramided? the Coliseum, for example u m j . . , , . .uuuia m u i cost ana wonaers wnere the money came from. Bnt whpn. ln- chance, a le arned person suggests the inquiry only an idiot fails to be struck for a moment It is so curious that while model n states, with all the ac cumulated v ealth of the antique world at meir oacs , ana tne treasures of Mexi co, California, Australia, the Transvaal in addition, have to consider ways and means with, anxious care before build ins a POVemmont. rffirn tVio eirlv nnn- archs raised, palaces and temples by the uunarca ox-will, me tnoughtless have a ready ptti'Liti nt inn cl lnKn AiA i f all. But, in the first place, the slaves had to be procured somehow by war or purchase -and either means was expen sive. These is a reply to that objection cquaiiy lacaie tne war paid its own cost in locc tent thia step backward. The loot mnst have been cuumiuua, hjiu wnere aid it come from? In the second place, those slaves had to be feu, and. however cheap their ra tions, tne sum total must have been im mense When ench vnst nnmlvn noro employed. But captives of war could only do rough work. They might build the Col iseum or-tbe pyramids, directed by an army of skilled craftsmen. Bnt the sculpture of Assyrian palaces, the paint ing of Egyptian temples and tombs, must have been effected by artists, probably free, or, if slaves, trained at great ex pense. When we read that tho city of Dur Sarguuu was created on au empty plain, by order of the king, in eight years, standing on a mound of brick TOO acres in area, its walls 60 feet high, broad enough for seven chariots to run abreast, and faced with stone, all the evidence is needed to make us credit tho story, but the marvel becomes far greater when we observe the miles of sculptured stone that decorated Sargon's palace with colossal bnlls on each side of every doorway. No unpracticed band carved those reliefs. They are the work of art ists. Were all tho sculptors of tho em pire summoned to this task, to be fin isbed in eight years? But the tombs of private individuals in Egypt must have been painted, at the ccst of the family, by masters of tho craft. Animals and birds show a skill not to be surpassed. We may be quite sure that work like this was highly puid by comparison, that is, with slave labor. 0 the question recurs, How much gold and silvt r did these ancients pos sess? Iu the Roman time men appear to bave been struck with tho evidence of vast wealth displayed by their predeces sors, such as the Caesars cculd not equal. But they escaped the difficulty with ease by granting them riches literally beyond the dreams cf avarice. Dr. Ar buthnot, for example, has patiently reckoned np the amount of treasure heaped upon the pilo of Sardauapalus by Athenians, and ho finds that it came to 16,953,120,000 in our money at the least, for if a computation which Athe nseus himself suggests be admitted the total would bo about twice as large. After this the statement of Diodorns that the Pharaohs counted upon a reve nue of 133,000,000 annually from gold mines in tho Bishari desert and drew an equal sum by taxation is very mod crate. But wben the same most valua ble writer who talked nonsense only when he repeated the words cf other men comes to deal with Babylon he lets himself go. There was a gold statue of Zeus (the Greek assigned bis own gods to Babylon as usual ) 40 feet high; of Bhea equally tall, with a lion of gold at each knee and silver serpents to correspond; Juno weighed 500 talents; in front of her was a goldeu table, COO talents, upon which stood two cups,. 800 talents each, and three bowls, 1,800, 600 and 600 talents. These ornn ments of a single temple represented about 11,000,000, and the building was covered with gold plates. It has been calculated that the statue of Nebuchadnezzar mentioned in Daniel would be worth 3,500,000; that the treasure left by David amounted to 150,000.000 in gold, 200,000,000 in silver, but the value of the Hebrew tal ent is doubtful. We are told that Pyth ens, seemingly a private gentleman of Pbrygia, entertained Xerxes and all his army, "with most snmptuous feasts," too and then had 4,770,000 left, or, as some compute, 3,600, . 10. The tale of Alexander's loot is most wonderf ai of all, and that is historic. If we enter tain doubts, it is futile to express them when the statements ore so clear and the means of disproving them absent In the Persian camp, then, and at Baby lon Alexander secured something like 70,000,000; at Persepolis, lSO00. 000; at Pasagurda, a trifle cf 9,000, C00; at Ecbatana, 270,000.000 say 550,000,000. And Darius carried off 9,000,000, which his murderers seized. London Standard. Ufa Marks Are Indelible. We are not writing in the sand. The tide does not wash it cut We are net painting our pictures on the canvas, and with a brush, so that we can erase the error of yesterday or overlay it with another color today. We are writing our lives with a chisel on the marble, and every time we strike a blow we leave a mark that is indelible. Lvm&n Abbott, D. D. When you boy a few yards cf cloth in Japan, the merchant always unrolls the whole piece and cuts off the inside end, in order that you may not have to take the part that is faded and shop worn. WHEN GRANT WAS POOR. A Tlma In Bis Career Wkei Bo Xecded the Wherewithal. General W. H. L. Barnes, one of the leaders of the San Francisco bar, at a meeting of the California commandrry of tlie Military Order cf the Loyal Le gion, told the following story about General Grant It was told years ago to General Barnes by Captain Richard L. Ogden, once a clerk in the efnee of the United States quartermaster at San Francisco, and Gent ral Barnes recently copied it from Captain Ogdtn's diary. It was that when Grant resigned his commission as captain, at the age of 82, being then in Oregon, he went to San Francisco on his way Lome and present ed to Captain Ogden a certificate of per diem service cn a court martial amount ing to about ?40. Theocrtificatc was in correctly drawn, and Grant with a hxk of despair at-ked Captain Ogden'a per mission to sleep on the lounge in the latter "s office, saying he had not a cent to his name. Ho slept on tho rickety office lounge, and Ogden agreed to cash tho certificate personally and to send it back to Oregon for correction. Grant had expected to buy passage for himself to New York in the Btecrage, but Ogdcu went with him to tho Pacific Muil steamship office and procured for him a cabin passago pass, or what was the nearest to it the steamship company could give, for Grant had to pay his railroad faro across tho isthmus. This, however, left him $15, and Grant was very grateful. The diary quotes Lira as saying to Captain Ogden: "This isa great luxury aud what I I'.id not expect, and I am in debted to you for it The prospect of ever being ub'e to reciprocate is crr taiuly remote, but straugo things hap pen in this world, and there is no know ing. " Pittsburg Dispatch. It is not a true apology for any coarse ness to say that it is natural. Thorcau. RRfiT Ot tilt 111: tnt 1? X . RHEUMATISM. t - l-...t.wa .titter u:o vrinrnt GFRMAB NFFllpn liwc Kl nit nm.Hul .1. . eVVs" "sw " j enicaat pirraclaBi CeVt FID niniiTco'o e tl bk II B.BiPk'-a AM mm AlJUHIlK " rPAIN EXPELLER) , , . on ' renowned ! 1 lm-irknl .1 r nrrciwf n 1 ! . ai KicaterM'o., Slii'.arlSt, Jir w lark. ,31 .11EHEST AWARDS. te&W 4) todolfetid A XCCOUUMXUlud lr 2 J Alt a 7I-E2I IMS M-eoud aro. m.-u-kj, l.iw her. ud an IB zaSlUS. l.iScc.iid .va. ANCHOR" PTOMACFMI. beat cmnlMtl Admimsti a'nr'c Kntlna Batata of William Lilfny, deceased! Tho tnvVrriirm.4 harlns ben atnolnto ad minttrat-U J the relate of Ujiliim Laf-f.-rty, late of tha count? of Hoc Irlacd. rtate of IMnoie, fteonaaaa. BoreD; rjvee notice l.M h mill r... 1. ...... 1 --------k-. win wnjjir man of Hock Is'und county, at tha oiCca of Ihe eiaik ' tux ji noca laiaad. at v,t October term, on the Sist Monday in October next, at which tlma mil persona haying claim afrainataald estate are notified and requested tn "listed tU' i""00 01 tuiVflC UwatiM ad. All persons Indebted to sa'.d estate are ra- Sucsted to make Iruaediata paTBient 10 Urn an eralirfied. Dated this 20th da of Aaarast. A . D..1SOT. Elizabsth LarrEBTT, Adm'nistratns. Notice to Contractors ealed nroposals will be reri-ieed at th elt? Clerk's offlco. hock Island, nntil Mondav. Ort 4. IHW. at HoYI.M-lr t n, r. ,w iinpmTemnts ordered by an ordinal. d: cn- wucu - lou.tws: "An ordinance for th Improremont of F'rst av-nne ia tbe eitj R-ek Island, elate of Illi nois, from the east line of 8 xtecnth street to toe ane or i wcnueiii sirot. Ahd for furn S 17 mil the mstrikls atiA A-Ata tbe wora acenrdine to plana and apscidcationa on Sle at t'- cttr Icrk'e offlee. u.ank hide will be furnished on application. B ach bid mu.t he nrrnmntnl. if m MMiA.-JI Check In the sam of five hand red (f.'Mi) dollsn eome nnom iMuna bank, payable 1 the ordi-r ot the mayor of said city, which shall become forfeited to raid cits in ease tn hii'd w hn r. i to er.ier Iniu c.mract. within itn tlo daya after uiD..witorui .rii rootract, wiia approved sun ties t ucute tne work for the price men li'Wed In his h'd and acconlliv u the plans and spertflca- inns In the event that the contract shall be awarjed to bin. Conmctotg are rentjtred to fnrniita sample of brick with which work Is toba done. Brlca ased tn the work mu-t correspona with the aemph e In Kock Island, IlL, Sept. in. 1S9T. A. U. Uuasiao, City Clerk, KOXE SO GOOD AS TRIAXGLE BRAXD FLAVORING EXTRiCTS A m-mr grocer for lhasa. Vertam luuuittif Xft3:y. Saruiport. I a. 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