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THE AKtfUS, MONDAY, JANUARY 22, 18D4,
Highest of all in Lcavenins Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report.
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MfelaasjUifta trial, rtittttaa,ltwtefv
CarrnsasSisM tant4 1Mb vary kmaUp
Mohpat, Jaxcart , 18M.
Asm bow a maa of clone (rarely
doctor that bon talk. Jus a if
ovary former's wife didn't Staow it,
ovorj tlm ah shoo them away
from too kitchen door with bor
Sow that Florida ha made prix
flffhtlnff a statutory offense, the Cor
fejtlMitchlI combination have not a
Ingle state at their disposal, and a
Mexican audience I likely to be
a ore or let unreliable ia the natter
01 PV' ... - .
Tut telmnnico crank declare that
Im only wanted to scare the rich
folks. He not only succeeded ia
this design, bat he likewise drove all
the waiter under tho table. He
thus added an element of rare humor
to the situation.
A Rtw Eastern fad for women I
Mid to bo the sotting of diamonds
ad other precious stone ia the
teeth. This is perhaps a little nicer
than the custom of the barbaric
oriental tribe, who stain their teeth
black and file thorn to sharp point.
It has been decreed that Paraselia
Tiapedearas the Macedonian and hi
eight companion must go back homo
again, and the man who compiles tho
directory in Washington, where they
were going into the fruit business
ander contract, hearc a hearty sigh
f huge relief.
Tit Iowa gentleman who disap
pesred two days after marriagn, an I
awoke in Louisiana with a sixteen
months' blank in his memory, tell
a very interesting story about it.
The new adage that some fictions are
stranger thaa others could not well
be bettor illustrated.
Tnt consolidatlna of Daily Amer
ica with the Mercury, on of New
York's journalistic 'landmark, hi
given th metropolis o of the
strongest aewspapura now ia exist,
enre. It will satisfactorily fill its
field as th onlv 1 rent democratic
ewsparwr In New York, free from
all factions, and upholding pnre Jef
fersonlsn principles In national, state
and local affairs. All the sporting
features of Daily America, together
with all the well known and attraf
tttre features of the Mercury are to
Irt January Snth the patent of tho f
Belt Telephone company expires, a id
anybody enn make and put up tele'
pnon communication iietween bis
house and office that desires. For gen
eral purposes, however, the Boll mo
nopoly will retain its hold, the patent
on the switchboard not expiring for
some time yet. A Chicago corpora
tion with big capital has an improved
witch board, and In the court will
contest with the Bell company the
right to offer it for sale. In antici
pation of sharp competition and a
long drop ia the price of instru
ments, orders for private telephone
instruments and wires are being
sent at a lively rate In New York
City. It Is ex'pected that the drop
will be about seven-eighths, and that
telephone communication can be pur
chased like hat and other articles of
Ma. Carlisle has offered to I he
public SftO.IKMVHMi United States 10
year per rent bond at not less
than 117.2-'.1. The general opinion
ia financial circle seems to Ira that
by the loaa witl be .promptly taken,
and that bv the 1st of March the
bond would rommaad 12. There
I certainly no Investment ia sight,
for a short time or tor any time
under the term of these bonds,'which
offer equal advantage in point of
security and of return. If there
wore, tjiero would not he nearly a
nnarter of a billion of dollars in the
New York banks, as there is. Un
doubtedly. If it were wholly a tiip-
tloa or sastaiaing in public crew it,
the Saanclers of the whole country
would do anything necessary to that
ead. A It happens. It 1 a nncation
of getting a sure and fair rate ol in-'
terest on a very email percentage or
the Idle money that has tieea piling
p at the bwslacs centre for the
past two moeths. The credit of the
jroverement will at the same time be
strengthened and an element of
doubt and aaeertaiaty will he re
Bsoved from a try la; sltaatloa.
OX THE CAKE WALK.
tfcOTHCR JOHNSON TALKS LEARNED
LV ON THIS INTERESTING SUBJECT.
A f i als la wear f This' Itsaaaeaat fa
atltallwaj, trhlck Everjady Is lavltad
to Blgw A Deadly CawapJeaey Showa Vp
(Copyright. 1H. br Cuarte B. Lewk.1
Whra the tontine proceedings of tie
Limekiln club Saturday bight meeting had
tern dwpnard of, Brother Gardner POM
aiwl announced' that, the lino. Standoff
Jobnann of Alabama was in the anteroom
and anx'ons to address the club on the snb-
Ject of the Cakewalk a matter dJir to tb
heart of every colored, map. woman and
CblM In thin fair land: lie bad tu only
made a Inns; Journey with this address In
view, but sraa considered the highest and
beat anthnrity m the United State. On
motion of Givridam Jones it was decided
that he should lie given an opjjortnnity to
peak. While the rcev-ptinn committee
wereaiwent mm tlie room Rrother Gam
ner onlered two more randies to be lighted
ant! one ol the ar.ry windows lowered from
the top. and Shindig Wntkins and amtiel
Shin, both of whom bare crnsnmntiv
eonaihs wblcb can be heard "0 rcxl against
the wind, vrer? allowed to go home.
The Hon. Johnson wits then bronchi fn
by the recep: ion committee and received in
an enthusiastic mnnrur. He was a well
formed, two story man rf middle age, with
whiskers on bis chin, and there was a cer
tain magnetism about Lis cool, calm de
meanor, lie Imwcd right and left, shook
bands with Brother Gardner ami Sir laac
Walpole in a very hearty manner and be
gan: "Mr fren's. a crisis has arrove in le his
tory itt dc cnll'd people of America. While
de white man bas bin o!7ieiottly crantin
Os political an civil rights, he has bin at
de same time privately conspirin to rob us
M one ol de greatest an most sacred Drivi
lege banded down br our fo'fnther.
Kisht yrre In my pocket 1 her a list of SO
newspapers an lM members of congria
who am pledged to secnre-ale enactment of
a law fnrtaiditin any cull'd pnsson or pus
son from oritfinatin or bolilin or attendin
dat sacred htstitushnn known as a cake-
walk.. (Intense excitement.
"la? conspiracy originated obcr five y'ars
ago, tmt de movements of de conspirators
war so o,net dat nuriin was known or 'em
till ahtmt tiiree month since. De obilck
was to Kit all ready an den suddenly Jump
on as witb host fort. I.ut Ihnnk lienhea dat
w hev heard de alarm nn brv de power to
checkmate tie tw..:Inry! It 'beers. I All
oherdis I.iim! dec:iiid i.i-n nn women am
risin np to nrotet In thunderous tones
agin dis Kit w rotig ton n tshiiti of r..ri.SiO
peotue. ilrllsl I a:u vere tor.iuht to re
ceive d: I ret or dis l.ini,l:tln club. I
shall visit el-cry c.lj ia dc mrl wid de
the nos. jMrsros w. nrrs raarcnt rf
same ohj!ck. an b fu' de next conftTis
meets dnr wi.I ;rn a ware of indiwia
sbnn sweeoin ots-r dis kentry dat de white
man will tremble ia his Lutes! I ocucr
-What am tie Cakewalk I answer dat
it am a sociid tn.:it;ikuu handed down to
us from de sacred tmst. De ideah was to
cat her an assemblage of wit, ls-auty an in
teiliitunce fur mutual improvement. Bern
gathered together, yo' mibt as well walk
as to sit down on a bard Imttomed cbrer.
Ileia on de walk, yo' micht as well walk
fur a cake as fur fun. (Continued cheer
ing. It am next to a prayer tneetin fur
Innocence. It hi sunthin enjoyed by de ole
man an de young cbiie alike. It am to us
what a soiree am to de whit folks, but be
lt ase we Kit a heap mo' fun out of it de
white folks am mad an want to abolish it,
Shall we Iwnd onr necks tode tyrants' heel
or shall we rix up in our majesty an shed
our blood to uphold onr rights Ixwd cries
la favor of sliedulnKtbe lost drop.
I expected it," continued the lion.
Standoff as the dust settled down and the
splinters ceased flying. "I fully believed I
conld count oo de patriotism of dis Lime
kiln club from liruddcr Gardner down to
Elder Tnots. Ito kentry looks to dis club
to takede lead In dis matter an to maintain
IU De Cakewalk must be preserved an
banded down to our children as it has bin
ba4led down to us. De white man has de
prived us of onr 'possum bakes, our per
simmon festivals an our yam socials, but be
must atop ritfht dar. We bev reached de
dead line. Let him bewar liefo' dis kentry
swims In bliKsl an revels in gore. (Wild
applause. A iter de tneetin has broke in
two yo' will find me In de anteroom wid a
protest ready fur yo'r signatures. I bops
an expect ehcry member to sign It, an de
names of slch as am wiliin to die, if needs
Isr, to npbold onr cans will be marked by
a cros in red Ink an prrsarved among de
heroes and martyrs or de luctoer "
rhysician (severely) I hare no bed'
tation in saying, air, that your wife
nervosa fits are occasioned nyyoaratay
tag not so late every nighL
Withrrby Great heavens, doctor, I
didn't know abe was suffering from an
incurable disease! Exrbangu.
fr wear Fifty Year.
Mrs. Wiaslow s Soothing syrup has
been used for childrun teething. It
atmlbcs the rhild. softens the gums
allavs all pain, cures wind colic, and
ia th best remedy fur diarrhoea.
Twenty-nre cwr's a buttle
CALLS BrtECKINRiOCE A LIAR.
B-a pre si otal tm Jha Hsker Daea Mat
XhMt HI Wards a rartlele.
ilAsoolTAH. 11U, Jan. S3. Jehu Baker,
whj defeated Colonel William & Morrison
for congress lath Eighteenth counress
aional district in 185. Is indignant at the
reference madt in a speech made in con
gress to that famous contest by W. CP.
Breckinridge, of Kentucky. Mr. Baker hai
written a letter to the St. Clair County Ad
vocate ia which be says: I have just
seen In The ConKre-sional Record of the
l'jth bW., th following utterance ofA.
C P. Breckinridge, of Kentucky: "Those
gentleman who purchased ballot boxes,
who took the seat from William R. Mor
rison by bribery those are the Kentlentan
of whom 1 speak. I was the first candi
date who defeated William R. Morrison,
and I pronounce the quoted words of Mr.
Breckinridge so far as they apply to the
defeat ot Mr. Morrison a base and un
II this were a matter of first impression
I might nse more moderate terms, lint it
is not. When I was in congress in 1SSS
Mr. Ilreckinridce made substantially the
tame statement. I met it, and met it with
effect, and it was evidently felt by the
whole honxe on both sides. 1 denounced
the imputation of Mr. lirpckinridge as
grossly and scandalously false, and in the
most emphatic manner poesilile challenged
an investigation of his charge."
Ex-Governor Gilpin, of Colorado, Is
dead. lie was tlie first governor of the
territory, and was appointed such by Pres
ident I Jncoln, March S3. 1U.
Tlie mayor of Cincinnati has been au
thorized to spend $H.IW ot the contin
gent fund to provide work for the unem
ployed of the city.
According to a statement made at Jack
sonville, Fin., Charley Mitchell weighs
stripped just Wi pounds. '
President Cleveland has vetoed the Xew
York and New Jersey bridge bill on tho
ground that it provides for piers in the
Two detectives hired to "lay for" the
persons who have thrown stones at nicht
at the houe,of John Hetsenzehn, of Frey-
burg, near apakoneta, O., fell anleep in
a straw stack where they hid and the van
dals set lire to the stack and nearly cre
mated the detectives.
Drr.kcn men raided a row at a show of
sleight-of-hand at llnrrwUburc, Ky., given
by a Texan named ilson. 1 he rowdies
managed to kill Vilson, but he fatally
shot two of his assailants, John Whittaker
and A I Iluford.
St. Gaudcns l ilt a nude figure of a
man on the worbl'a fair medals and Secre
tary Carlisle, Senator Vilas and others
were so shorked that the work on the
medals has been stojijied until an overcoat
lan be put o:i the figure.
A storm at Oak Cliff, near Dallas, Tex..
damaged over W buildings and killed a
boy named Hoyal Seate, an orphan.
Chief of Police Child, of Providence, re
ceived an anonymous letter threatening to
I low up Music hail with dynamite. ev.
Pwigbt L. Moody, the evundist, is hold
ing a series of meeting at the ball.
Fire at Ion la. Mich., burned Kcnvon's
Mock. 1-oM, t.a.n.
V. X. O'Dell, an R'mnaut: fell 800 feet
at Washington, N. C, and wua killed. His
Tbe Montana industrial conference has
adopted resolutions aiiroving of the K. of
U plan to eti join Secretary Carlisle from
Ir. William Moore, of New York, savs
that permanganate of H4as.sium is an
antidote for morphine or any of the salts
4f opium. "
I'ols rt K Cutting, the namesake of his
father, K. L. CtiHtng, who dieii last week
at New York, and w ho left nr.lliitns, has
l-ren rut on witlioiit a cent because he
niarrui! an actress.
A chunk ot granite weighing less than a
pound fell from the Chicago txwrd of
trade tower and an excited throng of l.Ooo
peoiile soon gathered in front of the build
ing to see the tower fall Tlie tower, as a
matter of fact, is out of plumb and settling
and s miethinc will have to lie done.
It is officially stated that the amount of
money Mcured by the m:-n who roMs-d the
train near St. Ju-pli, Mo., was just f.'t.
It is asserted tliat the presence of a col
ored man as an attendant in the detention
hospital fct Chicago luis cauwd great st
turliation among the lunatics, who bowl
witb rate whenever lie comes near a new
phase ol tbe color line. It may lie added
that tbe white attendants raised a how!
when the uegro sat down to eat with them.
The eal at ark eta.
Cora New. XT&TSie.
Uav TnaotB.v.flMfW): nnlaad. tt ttH:ske9.
tlW. sit. SSSt.
Btrttar ratrsnehotes, ilfeac; funawij, etc.
Raps fisssj, o.
1mltrr Chtckrns. 4 1 apod. 8c: tur vs. Arra -
0,10c; eaca., dressed, huk; gssr.SilOc
raurr An nii ua.
Applss n on.00 ? bb
Oalnas 6s; par M.
Tsraipe 6 Ic per bo.
Cattle etchers nay for anra ' euen
ISMtect easm aad aalfsis, SI ' calvas
Cnal Soft. 10c: hsrl. .sa.
Wood-Oisft. S4.nu; saaefL.tS.1
Whea Bhy was sick, we Raw scr fasti it la.
TTbra Ae was a C-Uld, sIm cried t or Csstoria.
trhea she became Sias f be clung to Coatorla,
When she had CbiUrea, sac gave them Caster i
Children Cry for
Lane Family Medicine move the
ooweis eacn aaj. Most people need
to use it.
ChUdresi Cry for
Coughing leads to consumption.
Kemp's Balsam will atop the cough
s.t once ,
Children Cry for
Vr, M. r. Bone
I Was a Wreck
With catarrh, lung trouble and generally broke
down. Terore 1 bad taken bait a bottle of
Hood's SarsapariHa I felt better. Kow 1 am In
rood health, for all of which my thanks ars doe
to Mscci'o SarsapariHa. Mca. M. F.
Boxc, Clover. Iron Col, II o. Get HOOd'S . .
Hood's Piita cure Constipation by raston.
tug tbe peristaltic acUonot tbe alimentary canal.
Highly Successful I
Sufferers and Patients Ecgain Per
Slrce the establishment ot th Me-1'csl and
sn gxil lntiiiiieo( 1'ri. An erfonio d Ksw, m
Byn blie, handrerts .f the ufffrers from
ehrontc dir4M-s. sift tnvaMd of th tn-eiticv and
ietnity tae esllrd st th- t.-stilate. and trnve
fonrd tbst aml.-r the skiilful trrntment re
senbrd, iter tu.ve been rvviored to p next
IK srns and oxns f te-timnn1:i's mffrht be
pr nieil. hni j ,-ti can l-e eon tnerd bv rslimv in
person at he luniuute, I" rj you :I! Cud lliat
COXSULTATIOX IS FREE.
Medical and Surgical Institute
AI7DRS0N & ROSE,
Pcrmsnetfllr Located In tbe Ryan Block, Corner
Second anl Brady Streets, Dsvcnoort, Iowa.
Prs. Ard'T-oti an 1 Rose are rndualcs of the
lesdtns; niedicil eol'eces of ths country, n(1
W4in yens' extieilcnra In IL tn-atnirut of
cn oritc aia.sws.
LAMKS A FFI.ICTEn 'perfal sttmtioB clvea
to all dieentr js-rnlis- to women. Kvrty facility
ana BOTntL-c i.ir ine irosTmcai sal ftxaj re
Bioal of tins clai of di-tiHt,
Electricity Its Scientific Applica
Frla' tlrmihes, as moles, stiprnnone hair
wine Diar.s. luimn, wens, tic., rt moved by elec
Csd be eownVed ettfl U-ntlv tiv letter or other-
i, beid 4 et-nts for qnestirn blanii. Address
DI!-. aNUKSoN A i.US, Rj Aii hi ck, Daven
c w etas aruauTios mou a stuct cf Tw sf of Ttit
rh Direct Rao to ad from Chlcttra. Jol'.rt, cittT
"toria. La Salle, ?Une, Island, ia ILUXOIs
nsr sport, 3:usralla-, omun, Cakslooca, IM
n.unrs, v.lntrrm, Audubon, llaraa nod Comiol
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KANSAS; Klturllih-r. El lieno ana Mlnca, In IMI A
reilRiTOItY: bennr, CcionuUi Spring! nod ruebk
a COLfStSXVO. lsvencs new area of rvh tarri;
3x4 ertultij lania. e(Fdlr tin Ix-t fsctlitlai of iuter
mnmonlcaUn: to ail towns and citiis n and vest
amiiwcat and aouiUwat of Chicago aad to Isxiic mat
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rat street, Franks, nacuaar, scant. ,
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all others daily. Telephone 109.
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. wr Ra.-.iea A pootawoatcrr. Ti vision 4m
ot Twentieth tract. between First and Secou
ivecoe. I. D. W. Boltces. agent.
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CJCHrK ISLAND PftOKIA RAILWAY DB
kw p-it First avencs sad Twentieth street. F.
I. Rockwell, Agent.
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era railssT.rtepjt foot of Brady street,Dav
fnpnrt. Ja-. llorton, ticn. T'kt Pa-s. Aeenk
rstvenrfter Trana Leave, f AtTiv.
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Leave West Davenport.
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4oTnrontb ml east, scarries passengers to
eiiar Kapiris ou!y.
aTCST CTRZCT BOUTS TO TH
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DRY GOODS COMPANY.
217 and 217 1-2 W. Second St., DAVENPORT
To be absolutely given away.
How it will be done I
We have had made for us a number of keys.
N ON E.of which, will .open the heavy burglar proof
safety money box. We have placed-in this box $25
in Gold, and on and after-March 1, 1S94, each holder
of one of these keys will be permitted to try to un-
lock and open the box. The person whose key opens
the box will' be given tlie $25 in gold absolutely free".
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How to Get a Key Every cash purchaser will
be given one key with each purchase, gratuitously,
and on and after March 1, 1S94, be entitled to try the
key to open the box. To the person holding the key
that fits the box, the contents will be x given without
reserve or conditions.
Cor Second and Harrison Sts.
Rock Island Buggy Co.,
Buggies, Spring and
Pay you to
Call and get our
Low prices before buying.
City 'Bus and Express Line.
Telephone Rock Island or Harper Hotels for Tras or ezprees
. wafoii and yon will receive prom pt attention,
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Sixteenth street between
First and Second avenae.
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