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THifi AHGUti. TUESDAY. AUGUST is. 191.
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Correspondence solicited from every township
in Kock Island county.
Tuesday, August 11, 1891.
The Hew York P.-ess, the organ of the
administration, say-, "rumor has it that
Mr. Noble will soon be secretary of the
Ex Senator SroosEB's discovery Uat
the force bill still is an active issue in
politics 'will be cheerful news to the
white-souled Boar and his compatriot
Lodge who, when last heard from, were
wandering at large in Massachusetts.
Goverkor Pattison has requested
Secretary Foster to permit the examina
tion of the books of the Keystone back
by a committee of business men selected
by him, in order to discover what be
came of the money stolen from the state
and city. What says Wansmaker?
TBe Bloomington Pantsgrapb speak s
of For. Fifer as a possibility in conDec
tion with the republican vice presiden
tial nomination, acd the Bulletin Demo
crat says Gov, Fifer would be eminently
respectable and admirably equipped when
brought into comparison with the medi
ocrity now rattling around in the chair.
To which the Springfield Register adds:
In the history of the nation the vice-presidential
office has never presented such a
complete vacuum as today.
Deficients- and fsarplns.
8ay s the New York World : "There
publican newspapers are supporting Sec
retary Foster's deceptive assertion that be
has 1155,783.715.90 'net balance.' They
and he know better.
Oat of this sum must be taken the
gold reserve. $100,000,000, held for and
sacredly pledged to redemption purposes;
$19,368,141.95, subsidiary coin, which is
not a full Jegil tender: $4,952,203 14,
disbursing officers' balances, wbici tue
government may not use for general pur
poses; $367,955 54, in minor coin and
fractional currency, and $21,583 636 09
deposited in the national banks, which is
a dangerously small working balance
when the government is spending fC.
000.000 a month more than it receives.
These items make a total of $146 276,
966.22, so that in this showing toe net
balance is Ices than $10,000,00.). But
against this must be charged, as appears
in the debt statement itself, either f 3S,
461.875 25 or $33,071,941.41, it is impos
sible to say precisely what is due for the
redemption of national bank notes, so
purposely blind is tbe new method of
bookkeeping. At any rate this is tbe
fund which congress diverted from its
purpose, and most, if not all, of which
has been expended.
"There is already a deficiency of at
least $23 000.000 and no 'net balance' at
all, according to the secretary's official
statement, and no other result can be
reached except by ignoring liabilities and
unavail able assets. Honest business
men never do that."
A short time ago the Chicago Inter
Ocean sid tbe surplus was building up
at the rate of a million a day. That was
an assertion. The facts don't bear out
the assertion . Tne Pittsburgh Po3t gives
the figures as follows: "The receipts of
the treasury were $8,485,232 less than in
July of last year, while the payments
from tbe treasury were $9,402 711 more
than were paid out last year. Tne remit
is that the treasury goes behind band
$17,847,940 in one month . This is burn
ing tbe candle at both ends with a ven
geance. The expenditures exceeded the
income for the month by the enormous
amount of $5 419, COG. It is interesting
and important to note that tbis
overwhelming excess of ex
penditure is not due to any of tbe ciuses
which republican apologists are wont to
allege in excuse for tie waste of money.
That is to say, the pension payments in
July were, by chance, less than in the
same month of 1890, and not a dollar has
yet been paid out either for subsidies or
bounties. The second year of republican
appropriations, in short, opens with a
staggering excess of expenditure for
"civil and miscellaneous" purposes, tbe
fruit of Speaker Reed's legislation. It is
not easy to see where this will end. At
tbe present pace, tbe (10.000,000 avail
able cash in the treasury will disappear,
together witb the bank deposits, before
the democratic congress meets, and even
then relief cannot be afforded at once."
On August 23 and September 29. the
Burlington, Cedar Rapids & Northern
railway will sell harvest excursion tickets
from all stations on its line south of and
including Vinton, to all stations on its
line north of and including Iowa Falls, in
Iowa, Minnesota ond South Dakota, to all
points in Arkansas, Indian Territory,
Texan. New Mexico, Colorado, Wyom
ing, Utah, Idaho, Montana, South and
North Dakota; also to all points in Ten
nessee, Louisana, Alabama, Mississippi,
Georgia and Florida at a rate of one fare
aid onesthird for the round trip.
For further information, enquire of
any ticket agent of this company, or
J. . Hamnegan.
Get. Ticket and Pass- Agent.
A STRANGE TYPE "Or SSA FOWL.
The Manchot of thcTCape of Good Hope
and the Theory of Development.
At the Cape of Good Hope and its neigh
boring island) is found the most curious
and remarkatle of the sea fowl tribe the
manchots, or jackass penfroins. These
animals are of a strange and aberrant tye
hardly worthy the name of birds. Popu
lar Science N-ws has the following to say
about them: Their wings are entirely use
less for purpeses of flight, and have ap
parently been modified into an organ more
nearly resembling tbe flipper of a seal.
The feet are large and clumsy, and, liLe
the bear, tbe manchot is a plantigrade,
st&ndinz npor. the foil length of the foot;
but even witL this advantage his xnove-
Elephant In Iudla Bear the Bagg-age of
tbe Army and Drag the Heavy Cannon.
The very biggest of the British soldiers
are in the Kast Indian army. They are
eight or ten feet tall. They weigh five or
six tons apiece. These giant soldiers are
not men, however. They go on four feet
instead of two. In fact, they are elephants.
Strange to say, the first elephants ever
seen by Europeans, centuries ago, were sol
diers too. The Europeans had to fight
them, as well as men, in tbe great wars of
the east. In those tlays, elephants went
into battle clad in armor. Sometimes tbey
bore towers on their backs, filled with war
riors. Some of those old soldier elephants
were trained to cnt and thrust with huce
scimiters, which they carried with their
trunks. An elephant can lift half a ton
with his trunk. Think, then, what a tre
mendous weapon such a swordsman could
ments on land are so clumpy that he is
obliged to use the cluster of strong feath
ers forming the tip ot the tail as an addi
tional means c f support when standing up
right. In the water, however, the limbs
which are of so little nse to it on land en
able it to move with the greatest swiftness
The color of these birds is a pure white
on the under part of the body, and a black
or grayish blue above. Bands of a yellow
ish color have sometimes been observed on
tbe breast and tbe sides of the neck, and
tufts of bright yellow feathers about the
eye. A peculii rity of the plumage of the
adult male bir 1 is the dark band surround
ing the lower part of the body, as shown
in tbe illustration. The average length of
the birds is about two feet.
Tbe egps are laid on rooky islands and on
cliffs bordering the sea. The nest is rough
ly constructed of stones and shells, the
principal object being apparently to raise
the egr9 from i be ground and keep them
dry. Usually a single egg only is found
in the nest, c f a pure white color and
globular in for a, like that of a duck. After
five weeks' incubation the young manchots
make their api-earance, and are fed from
the beaks of tueir parents with partially
digested food regurgitated from the stom
ach. After tie responsibility for their
young ceases t he old birds commence to
monlt, and remain iu a sort of stupor
uptil the new leathers are grown and it is
safe for them to take to the water once
When removed to the northern hemis
phere the manchot tends instinctively to
delay the nesting seainn about six mouths,
to correspond with the difference in the
seasons betweea the two hemispheres. In
termediRt" typ-s of animals like the bird
described are the strongest witnesses to
the truth of th-i theory of development.
Direction of Wind In ThuDderatorine.
A correspondent writes to Science, from
Lyons. X. Y., as follows: It has been no
ticed in connec"ion with thunderstorms in
this vicinity th:s season that in every in
stance there ha been an outflow of air iu
every direction from the storm, extending
even beyond t hi area of precipitation aud
cloudiness. F r example, in tbe case of a
storm appearing upon the southwestera
horizon aud moving due east, and passing
thence three or four miles south of this vil
lage, the weather vane pointed directly to
ward it continuously, veering slowly from
southwest to southeast, showing that tue
wind came stea lily from the sroriu. The
same thing alsj occurred in the case of a
storm which appeared upon the north
western horizon and moved eastward, pass
ing three or foi: r miles north of the village.
In this case the vane pointed directly to
ward the fetor n throughout, the winds
being quite brisk. In other iu-stauces in
which tbe atoms passe 1 directly over the
village the sun e thins ra3 manifest, the
vane shifting sharply from west to east as
the storms pased. Ia previous years I
have noticed t ie puff of wind iu front of
an advancing thunderstorm moving in the
same direction .is the storm itself and oc
curring just belore. the rain began to fall,
but my attectk u has never bet a called ij
such an outflow cf air iu every direction ss
has lieen apparent iu connection with
thunderstorms recently. Whatever may
beitsexplanatijn.it certainly is entirely
incorjsistent-wtii the idea of an indraft
and uprush at the center of the storms in
which it occurs.
IIot (.pools Are 3Xade.
Birch wood is preferred. The wood is
first sawed into sticks four or five feet long
and seven-eight as of an inch to three inches
square, accordit g to tbe size of t he spool to
be produced, these sticks are thoroughly
seasoned. They are sawed into short blocks
and dried in a hot air kiln. At the time
they are sawed holes are bored perpendicu
larly through eich block, which is set on
end under a rapilly revolving, longshaukeil
augur. Next, oae whirl of each little block
against some litile knives that are turning
at lightning speed, fashions it into a spool
according to the pattern desired, and that,
too, at the rate of one a second for each set
of knives. A rrw of small boys feed the
spool making machines by simply placing
the blocks in a spout, selecting the best
and throwing out the knotty and defective
stock. The machine is automatic, but there
are some things which it cannot do, hence
the employment of the small boys above
mentioned. Af'er the spools are turned
they are placed in a large drum and re
volved rapidly until they have taken on a
fine polish. For some special purposes they
are dyed yellow, black or red, according
to taste. When one sees a spool of thread
marked "200'' or "aoo yards" it does not sig
nify that the thread has been measured,
but that the spool has been gaged, and is
supposed to hat e that amount of thread
upon it, says The Implement Herald.
The Miles of Various Nations.
The miles of various nations, expressed
in yards, are as follows: The Irish mile,
1,240 yards; Swiss, 9,153; Italian, 1,766;
Scotch, l.SM; Tl.scan, 108; German, 8,103;
Arabian, 8,143; Turkish, 1,826; Flemish,
6,896; Vienna, 8 296; Roman, 1,682 or 8,025;
Werst, 1,167 or 1 337; Dutch and Prussian,
6,480; Swedish and Danish, 7,851.5; Eng
Klish and American, 1.760.
A RAW KECKOT.
Now the Europeans employ elephants in
their armies iu the East. The British
soldier elephants in India today, however,
are not fighters. They are workers; they
bear the baggage and drag the heavy
Not long ago seventeen "raw recruits"
were shipped from Rangoon to Madras.
Most of them were newly captured auiuiais
purchased fjr the government of India up
in the country of British Burmah. One by
one these huge animals were hoisted froui
the wharf in a great siing and lowered into
the hold of the ship, as shown in the ac
companying picture from Little Men aud
Women, which gives its readers the inter
esting facts here quoted. The elephants
did nctt like going to sea in tbat way at all.
They struggled mightily. They roared.
They graoued at the rigging with their
trunks as they were slung up in midair.
And then down in the hold they were so
furious that it was- more difficult to get
them out of tbe sling than it had been to
get them in.
Keep the Paaimia in Cheek.
An old man was once walking with a lit
tle boy. They came across fourshrubs. The
old man said to his youthful companion:
"Pull up the least one."
He oteyed with ease.
"Sow the next."
He obeyed, but it did not come so easilv.
"And tbe third."
It took all his strength to move its roots,
but he succeeded.
"Now the fourth."
In vain the lad put forth all his strength.
He ouly made tbe leaves tremble; he could
not move tbe roots. They had gone strongly
into the earth, aud no eilort could dislodge
Then the wUe old man said to the ardent
'This, my son. is just what happens with
our passions. When they are voting and
weak, fine may, by a little watchfulness
over self and the help of a little self denial,
easily tear theru up: but if we let them cast
tneir roots dit-p into our souls, there is no
humau power can uproot them. For this
reason, my child, watch well over llie lirt
movements of your soul, an 1 study, by acts
of virtue, to keep your pa-ious well iu
check.'" Golden Days.
The Spire Inland.
The Moluccas or Vpice islands are a nu
merous group in the Ea-teru archipelago;
none of tueui are larne: the surface of the
whole group is mountainous, several peaks
attaining to the heiyiit of b.uin) feet. They
are volcanic in structure, some of the islands
containing active volcanoes and numerous
hot springs, while earthquakes are of fre
quent occurrence. Some of the mountains
present a beautiful appearance, being
wooded to the summit; the soil is rich, the
climate warm aud very moist, but owing
to tbe smalluess of tbe islands aud the
prevalence of the monsoons the heat is sel
dom excessive. As the climate is quite un
suited for corn, the natives depend for food
on the sago palm, the bread fruit tree and
the coQoauut. pice is the article of prod
uce most important to Europeans, cloves,
nutmegs ana mace being exported in large
quautities. Sandal wood is obtained here:
and small quantities of trol'l, coral ami
mother of pearl are found, while some trade
is carried on with China in edible bin Is'
nests and that other peculiar delicacy, the
tins of sharks. The Portuguese, Spanish
aud Dutch have alternately struggled for
pre-eminence on these valuable islauds.
They were captured by thj British iu the
beginning of the present ce.'turv. but were
finally restored to the Dutch bv the treaty
of Paris iu 1614.
liallad of Clarlnthia Jane Louisa.
This is Clarinthia Jane Louisa,
Holding her brother Ebenczer.
Here he sits on the post to please her.
liappy little twol
HE BITS ON THE POST TO PLEASE HER.
Dog came by with a growl and a grumble.
Made Clarinthia start and stumble;
Poor Ebenezer got a tumble.
Boo, hoo, hoo, boo, hoot
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