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THE AXtGUG, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1894.
A CYNIC "7 T.2.
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3vnHM read tbs i nil ill BABls
lssinsAakli, aarf jrneBf Bates, to I "
pussy woe m great demand with
tart 1. 1 im his eats wmtM a sell
Wkmirtu l MMt
Smm estates VlMHy (PvtoML
ten eeaaa rm weiB. Weekly,
ttvs Himin. ijBriml er nngmm, Iw
fSSI MM BISMSlt far BalllMIHa, sack
rtJalaawtn to srtaass twrr atenttssBSajBiliiis,
t writ anew Vie 1
I. a MaahaL mMiflxUv Blafa
Ttattmaw n MA Wnal blTtima
B sally Bscs tie city oatf ways,
BBttkiaJWkkM MMt M Mi heme
0ATTOAT, FtBtXABT 17, ISM.
AovcnnsK la The AboCs let
TaAXcr. galaed tt.993 cltlteus by
nOaralliatlon last year.
Jak WarrconB Rntf received
130,000 Utt year for his poetry.
Tn cornerstone of tbe Warren
eouaty mart bona at Monmouth,
has beea laid without ceremony.
Tat two taoaarcbs tto ar now
MfpOTtlatr Enfflaad aa allies la
Afrije do ae wear clot be, bat art)
wall (applied with runv They farm
sort of walking Mrsoa, so to speak.
e the civilisation tbsy hare allied
CAtAmK are admlalsterod la
nig Ioni ia China aad Jan a. but
thoao evuatrtes are to far oft that wo
sooa forget aach ttema a T.0O0 po
le (load aad talsslag la a paselaf
Seed ot cyclone, aot to apoak of the
thoueaads left hoowlana.
dt'rtully deficient ia toowrredge of what
bo ran art to eat. He laiia down
It cornea to ordering a dinner. Tho
cieat BMdoritr of people in tbia country
ar brought np frugally at bono aad
do not know anything bat the
ret disbrs. Tbo f-oiawqnenoo te tbat
when a man ftoea into a xeatatiraat for
dinner or to a bote! be rai ea helplessly
at tbo Mil of faro aad area many thing
of whkh be dora not kne w the eom-
poaeat porta. Ho darea not order any
thing that be ta not euro or, for fear of
ridicule, and bo falto back on roast
beef and mashed potatoes. The fact ia
bo doesn't know anything bnt roaat
Same way In a restaurant. When a
waiter shoves a bill of fare under a
man 'a nose, nine times oat of ten be
will loth it over and then say, "Oinmo
a rteak and soase fried potatoes." ISow,
tbo uaa who dora tbia, and nrarty ev.
ery one of us dor do it day after day.
doesn't want roaat beef. lie la sick
OUma Ave Mtt
What In the world do yon do with
all of those eatskins?" 'inquired a re
porter of a well known dealer in furs In
"Sell 'em," sententtoosly replied the
"Tea, tru enough, if you can find
Don t fret yoanelf about that, my
Buyers are plentiful. All classes
of people call for 'em, but they are in
chiefly among ramblers a
ery superstitious claw who wear 'em
for good luck."
Are any colors declared off"
Decidedly so. The greatest virtue
lies In those of Stygian blackness na
ture's own dyeing. Art ia deceiving as
well as long, and we call In the dyer
to meet this demand. He transforms
tabbies, tortoise, grsy, Maltese and all
other off -shades into jet black. 8tilL
as you see. we carry all colors, became
tastes will vary, yoa know."
What nee do the sporting gentry
and for the pelts?"
The orthodox and accepted fashion
is that of wearing the skin next to the
chest, the hair nestling against the
man 'a epidermis."
Must, be charming in summer
Superstition and fashion take pret
ty strong bold on people. Seriously, I
telling you the simple truth. I
know gamblers whose names are famil
Hawaii at Tfaateee.
The trustees of tho Old South church
refused the Massachusetts Woman Suf
frage association the use of it for the
celebration of tho one hundred and
twentieth anniversary of the Boston tea
party on Dec 18. The historic cnurcn
is freely rented for meetings on a great
variety of other subjects, and there is
every reason to believe that the refusal
In this case is doe to pure prejudice
against the modern application of the
principle that "taxation without repre
sentation is tyranny." The action of
the trustees is tho more remarkable in
view of the fact that among tho speak
ers at the celebration were Oovenior
Elect Greenhalgo, Mrs. Julia Ward
Howe, Mrs. Mary A. Livermore, Colo
nel T. W. Hiszinson and other distin
guished citizens. Tho city grahted the
association the use of Faneuil hall.
Boston Woman's Journal.
This Disease is Very prevalent in
It aurta aa Bal Cold, attacking the nans
fbratwof tha Note, aaa when iieglwttfd n
tend, to Ihr Thmat and Linn: reoaltine tallrad
achea, Drafttea. Lots of Yoke and Conanatytion.
Allthiaauy nePREVESIEDor pcraa-ently
ix hsu ay caiitng at ue
onto death f steaks and fried potatoes. to who Wond toooer
Heloatbrs bam and eggs and yet he v. ,k .i, it.,.
Tn bLffffsst maa ta Wasblartoa la
tha well kaowa aad popular Vlrgia
laa, Captaia Maddox who weighs 4H)
pounds. Every time he appears on
tha street bystaadera ar tempted to
discuss the old. old question of
whether a maa caa be big aad aot
kerns on ordering them in dreary and
dyaprptie snccession, because he dossal
knew any la-ttcr, and be la, too proud
to conf ess his ignorant. It's that way
wit an, and I'll bet it's that way with
moat of you. Buffalo Express.
G east's OKI fricad. Bishop Sew
maa. cornea to the front to predict a
glorious fatare for tbe republican
partv. With Sherman in the sen
ate. Tom Seed in tbe house. blrEin-
ley la Ohio and God over all. we
mast wiar he exclaims. This mix
las up of Uod with McKlalev and
Tom fcsed. aad foxy old John Sher
maa, borders blasphemy.
The IBM SBas.Ha-1.
A Wasbiagtoa dispatch says that
the new apportioamcat law of Illi
aots Is "apt to cause coasiderable
sbskinsr up la tbe deleratioa from
that state la congress. Gen. Hen
derson, the veteran member, has
beea throwa lato a district which is
3.0(10 democratic, sod it is thought
to be almost impossible for him to
overcome this large adverse majori
ty. Messrs. Hopkins aad Childs are
throwa lato the same district, but it
is no more than likely that Mr. Hop
kins will be the survivor and will
come agaia to congress, while Mr.
Childs will be dropped out. Mr. Hitt
has a new district, and even Mr.
Springer, after all his years ot ser
vice, is threatened with defeat for
the nomination. ex-Mayor Hay, of
Bprlngfield. aad ex-Senator hbum.
way, of Christian county, making a
vigorous fight for tbe congressional
seat. Tbe old Adams county district
has been split in two.aad Scott Wike
bit come hack to concress, while
Hthtao aad Hunter are both in the
same district. This will result in
Hunter being left at home. Mr.
Marsh, republican, from the present
Eleventh district, has beea placed In
a district that is democratic, aad Mr.
Caaaoa is also likely to have trouble.
His aew district Is composed of Ver
millioa. Kaakakee. Iroquois aad
Will counties, the first named being
tbe oaly coaatv left to him oat of his
old district, this Is his borne. Mr.
Wheeler lives ia Kaakakee aad will
have that eouuty tor him. so that tbe
stroag fight will be for Iroquois
eouaty. with Will county holding
the balaace of power."
' Dias 8ns I beg to call your atten
tion to tbe remarkable reply made by tbe
editor of Tha Broad Arrow in tbe Issue
of that panrr of Sept. S3 to an inquiry
regardiag tbe "Brown srgimental wire
gun" (sic), page 401. to wit:
"Tbe Brown gun is an American In
vention, and 'regiment U wire gun is
an Araerii'sniMm which we take to mean
a gun to accompany a regiment or bat'
talion In the field. Ed. B. A.
Tbe Brown amrmental wire gua la so
called because tbe tube is made of seg
mental shaped bars of steel, around
which the wire Is wound, or wrapped.
at a tension. Tbe gun Is 0 Inch cal
iber and 44 calibers long. Its working
pi taw ore Is Mid to be 50.000 pounds
per square inch. It could be used as "a
gua to accompany a battalion tn the
field" only by the horse marines. Per
haps the editor of the Broad Arrow
had that gallant body In mind. New
port (R. L) Cor. LondU sx Truth.
TBa Tlalkaa aaat 1aMbla.
The wisest Indian philosophy has
never boggled, like ours, over that silly
word "supernatural." Tbe Upaniahad
MVS, "What is in the visible exists al
so In tbe invisible, and what is in
Brahm'a world is also here." The
ultimate, albeit unreachable, la m real
to the Asiatic mind as rice, and in the
Bbagavad-Uita Arjuna is actually per'
mitted to behold tbe embodied infinite.
Indeed it is rather this present existence
which India regards u tbe illusion, the
maya. To see tbe stars we must wait
for night, and to live we must die.
Nor is it uiiinteresting to note in Hin
doo classics bow these large and happy
serenities of oriental view have softened
personifications of death. Sir Edwin
Presides t Cleveland aad the cans
rt Justice won a decisive victory la
tbe house of represeatativea whea
tbe MrCreary reeolatroas were
adopted by a vote of 177 to ?&. Only
three demoerats voted against them.
Tbe reanlatloue are a follows:
Resolved. 1. That it Is the Mass
f this house that the actloa of the
fatted Slates minister ia eaptoyiag
failed States aaval force aad ille
gally aldiag ia overtbrowlag the
eoastltatlonal government of Ha
wallaa lalaads la Jasaary. ISfS. aad
ta settlag ap La its place a provis
toaal goveraaaeat aot republican ia
form aad ia opposition to tbo will of
a majority of the people wascoatrary
to the traditloas of our republic aad
tha spirit of our constitution, aad
akonld be aad Is coademaed.
. S. That we heartily approve the
principle aaaoaared by the presi
dent of saw raited Mates tbat iBter-
freiHa) with tk ilnnwatir affairs of '
a) iB,liiHlBt sstioa) ia txntrary to j
lb spirit ot An-rVs luatUNtloua. j
And it Is further the acaep of this
wallaa islands to our couatry, or the
asaamptloB of a protectorate over
them by our government, is uncalled
for aad inexpedient; that the people
ot that eouatry should have abso
lute freedom aad iadepeadeaee In
pursuing their own line of policy,
aad that foreign intervention la 'be
political affairs of the islaada will
not be regarded with iadiffereaoe by
the goverameat of the failed States.
Commodore Vanderbilt va a friend
of tbe late Dr. Deems, and one
about as clerical looking ss tbe other.
Tbe two were riding in a Fourth avenue
car one day, when two drunken men
got In. One of the newcomers swore.
and bis companion reproved him for
such conduct in the presence of a par
son. The offender thereupon, turning
not to Dr. Deems but to tbe old com'
modore, said. "Ton think I'm going to
hell, don't yon" 'Xo."saidtnecom
modore: "I hope aot," and drunkard
Ko, said with conviction in reply to
a glance of triumph from bis friend.
"He must be a Vniversalist." Kew
For a wager of $3 George A, Lee, pro
prirtor of the Union bous at Litchfield,
Mian., sasoked W cigars tbe other Son
day in 11 noun. Tbe shortest time taken
to consume one cigar was six minutes
11 minutes was tbe longest tune. Mr.
Lee feels bo ill effects. Before entering
upon bis task a Mr. Konsbrick ssid that
if he sajccssded be would proniiee to
drink Lake Bipley dry. He has bt
called upon to fulfill bis prtxuise,--4iew
St John's vision of tbe celestial dry
will almost apply to our great munici
polities In one respect, now tbst the
eleatne globe te turning night Into day.
"And tbe city bad no need of tbe son.
neither nf tbe moon, to shins in it."
BuKtwu Trsnat-ript. , ,
on the streets in tbe decollete garb of
an African doko thsn divest themselves
of their precious catskin charm. Why
should you be surprised?" added the
furrier, who ia somewhat of an anti
quarian. "Tbe Egyptians worshiped
tbe cat, tbe animal from which oar fe
line is descended, and embalmed it by
the million. It wasn t much of a leap
from adoration of tbe creature to faith
that virtue lies' in its integument. The
garments of departed saints, as well ss
their bones teeth and nail parings are
declared to bave healing in them, and
millions of good souls devoutly believe
In these relics
Oh, Chicsgo, Chicsgo, with the
twentieth century so near"-
" What is the matter with you? Why,
tbe practice of wearing the skins is by
no means local. On the contrary, we
supply tbe trade at Kew Orleans, At
lanta, Galveston, San Francisco, Port-
Kew York, . Baltimore, Philadel
phia and cultured Barton even. My
father sold catskins SO years ago.
"Are their virtues restricted to the
realms of dice and cards alone?"
"By no means All classes of peo
ple wear them. Only yesterday a law-
regular sober side of a fellow.
wbo Is said to be in training for
judgeship, bought tbe finest skin in the
collection, paying me 3 for it. Yes,
be Mid be wanted it for a friend, and
be did his very dearest friend him
'What becomes of the old ones for 1
suppose they finally wear out?"
"Why, to be sure, like all things
earthly. Their owners wear out, de
spite their reputed nine lives Then
they sometimes lose their efficacy. Let
a gambler have an uncommon run of
ill luck, and he makes a scapegoat of
his fetich. With many incantations he
consigns it to tbe flames for it would
never do in tbe world .to let it fall into
tbe bands of - soother so long as be is
living. This 'Would mean the fortune
of the new possessor and tbe irretriev
able ruin of the other fellow.
Many gamblers" continued the
furrier, ''possess several skins One I
know has one for each day of the
week, and be is most careful to make
no mistake in tbe wearing of them. His
Monday guard would not avail for
Tuesday, and his Saturday wear would
cripple bis Friday plans Such blun
ders could only be corrected by hoodoo
doctors of skill."
" You romance well. ' ' a
"I maintain tbe truth of all I My.
Ton have your superstitions and I have
mine. Shall we torture those who dif
fer with us? Tbe cat has been man's
companion from the beginning. Away
back In tbe orient tbe cut a presence
marks man's home. Its virtues are
strong enough to win and bold tbe af
fection of woman, and tbat a more than
many men can boast. But I do not de-
tend tbe superstition.
"What are these black ones worth.
anyway?" demanded the reporter, feel
tng in bis pockets '
"iney range irom si. .a to is.ta,
The dyed ones are lower, and I can pick
yon out n good one for about f 1.25 to
fl.SO. Perhaps a gray or spotted one
would suit you. Here's one a bit off
that I'd sell you for 75 cents While it
may not have tbe virtue of a pri
black, it might do well as a starter.'
"Yon bave no secondhand article?"
"Haven't 1 said that people guard
against that? When an unfortunate
tumbler dies no one would touch bis
leavings hut when a rich or lucky one
goes on: there s a rush among tbe frs
lemity for his catskin. It hasn't been
so very long ago that a knight of tbe
rsrd table" in this -ity marie a ymtv-y
j to New t.'rW-aiui wly lor tli irj
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ArRock Island 11:05 am 7:aRpm
-Orion l:i am 7:11 m
" Cambridga.... - : am ft:5-l pm
" Galva 9:1 am S: .m
" Wyomine K .'Oxm E:Wpm
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Lrl'eoria 7:45am 4:9pra
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Herat or amll::Wam
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M. Loui r:4pm :45 am
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" Terre Haute S:45 i m l:5-)am
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Ar Milan 4:) pm. 9.3 am ti:43an
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'Cable Winn llmm 8.05am
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Iwaea CBICAOO aad DCS WOISrCS. COCXCII
BLUFFS aad OMaUA, aad kilana CHICAGO aad
DESVtE, (XHiOBADO SPSLKOS and PULBLO, via
CABSAS CITY aad TOPEE A and via ST. JOSEPH
ral-Claaa DayCoaraaa. FREE RBCjJNINO cntAia
CABS, saa ruaoa steapeca, with Dlainc car Serrtca
a-aaeoaaerUaoaat Diavar aad Colorado SprlaenwvA
msw -muway naaa, ix sarauas taa aaw aat
The twisg tSMiss.
All run down" frm tbe weaken-
lag effects of warm weather, you
Beed a frood tonic aad Blood purifier
like Hood's Sarsaparilla. Do aot put
offtakiar iU Kamerous little ail
ments, if neglected, will soon break
up tbe system. Take Hood's Sarsa
parrilla now, to expel disease and
give jron strength aad appetite.
Hood's pills are the best family
cathartic and liver medicine. Harm
less, -reliable, sure.,
TMAMS-MOOCT MOUBTAIM BOUTS
r.rer v,aiea awpmiyaMneed traiaa m
rHROrGH WITHOVT CHANGE t and from SaH
uakecay. or ens Caa F-wdu. TIIK norx
ISLAKB am 4a niraet aaa pavorlta Utn 1a aatf
A LADTS TOILET
Is not complete
without aa ideal
Combines every element of
beauty and parity. It is beauti
fying, soothing, healing, health
ful, and hzTtiless, and when
rightly used is invisible. A most
delicate and desirable protection
to the face in this climate.
jj IT 13 FOB 8ALI EYMiwTlttt.
We have had made for us a number of keys.
ONE of which will open the heavy burglar iroof
safety money, box. We have placed in this box 55
in Gold, and on and after March i, 1894, 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 the $25 in gold absolutely free.
How to Get a Key Every cash purchaser will
be given one key with each purchase, gratuitously,
and on and after March 1,' 1894, be entitled to try the
key to open the box. To the person holding the key
that fits the box, the contents will be given without
reserve or conditions.
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rTTat 1. 11 5 1 ' --. sassy 4
f liirkV sfcia 1-ft nyji gambler vrbo bad ) aakrmaraairtilnaaamlaJulatemiaCaMtrac
ret-eutly died, and be i a ttoud .round
for it too. Sot tbe aexnanu ts
steady with us, and iirices bold good.
To be rare tney are tanned, and well
tanned too, but tbe charm lies in lire
serving intact every hair, which, like
those of tbe bead, would seem to be all
numbered." Chicago Tribune.
L When a clumsy man has stepped on
a lady 'a trailing akfrt, before he begins
to aiogise he should always get off
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tern Bt Joarrw aad V Oty ta aad from an na
r , and awbaaaaas.atkiii BXraka
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JtA STrrra-r..,, -rmrl ftrlmaatriWatir
was faUa, MIXXKAPOUS and ST. PAUL
10ST fKlAHNOC'D Q
Cor. Second and Harrison
City 'Buo and Express Line
. For Bus or Express Line telephone 1111, and you will r." ,e
prompt attention. "
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