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THE ARGUS. TUESDAY, FEBRUABY 27. 1894.
Highest of aH In Lravcaing Power.--Latest U. S. Gov't Report;
tSkteMt Pry k4 WstV at MM airas
ATrtH, Mart tU4 til.
TIUO- IMIy, trt s . Wsfc!y.
flt as mm; tn Wvisxtfl..
AH w Ii iT - ml a rrpkraJ s KranM-
tr iknem nmnnst m fsfcrtasa, mm fcarva
fatt MM attack fo snklkeMto. Kk
art alas vUI W arll4 f actUlsns Ufaatsrss,
Cwnn'iit'iw Blct4 frua avstT Maaki
la ftssa Maw m
TltsPAT. FtaacAaT tr7. 1884.
Ax Episcopal clergy Buffalo
aufisrd bis parishioners not 10
read tbe psprr a urine Lent. This
la carrying self denial to the ex.
TtlC New York San believe that
Bismarrk will eventual!? Ie suin
noaml to tbe side t the'emperor to
assist IB the ilifwtion of tbe govern
meat of the (icrtuan empire.
Mtclfc? Callom' Sckr-sss.
rrtagfirld lies I.N .
Senator Cn'.lnm always bait a pen
cbant fur m-aiing new mr'. It
was during hi reditu iu Illinois
that never&l n( the wry ornamental.
bat ftimnot entirrlr nsrlrss commis
sions r lutau, which now afflict
oar ImmIv nnlitie were inS!ictet ntMn
tat stats. No stature could pro.
Tide more soft oflieial smworrs than
Shelbv wanted, and was ready and
wlllinjr to Kit with hi favorite!!.
He eemel never to I satisfied.
Like tbe leeeb. he was al sraTscrvinjr.
More, more!" With hi transfer
from the "late to the federal rapital
Mr. Cnllnm'a apiH-tite for the t rea-
Una of new of.ior IM not abate
HarUlv bad he sr t hi seat ia the
federal nenate i-bamher comfortably
warm before he br?an to incubate
commissions l" provide soft places
for tired or rrtirrti statesmen, now
msnv nflices cf trnt and proti
eriacinallr tbe latter C'ullotu baa
mob tntrnmcntal ia tktrhiny out
lace be landed ia Washington tn
ta spring of is-.!, tn one ran tell
Without carefully comparing tbe
comparatively small It!ue Ukof
laal year wira maiumoia
tolume ollicial reronl w hirh I now
ilt process of pnbliratiin. They foot
an. doahtteaa. Into larre lignres.
And b l stilt at it: The report
cornea from Washington that ena
tor Callom will on introduce a bill
providing tr permanent tariff
omnilia consisting of nine mem.
ber. a aerretary and as many
Clerk they choose to vote
themselves. The principal duty of
taasa tine commissioners will lie to
raw aalariea of ii.tf -t annum
ach. Tbey will also He expected to
farnlsa Information to congress in
regard tn rate of wages ia this and
other eouatriea and such other 'n
. formation reliable or otberwlne thai
tbey can pick una la Labor Com mi j
wiener Tek. of New York. After
rawing their salaries and living on ,
ta tat of the land at Vahio-ti.o.
ad fil'lng themselves and congress
p with iafcrmatioa. the comtni
atoaers and their .f retary and army
ot erks are rejulrcf to prepare a
tariff bill. This tariff law is to fix
rates of duty, which in tbe commis
sioner's opinion, and according t
er Shelby's theory, will prevent de
pression in tbe wages ot American
labor from competition of fnrelgo
With American products, and at tbe
name time furnish sufficient revenue
'f."f the support of the government.
Mr. Cullom's bill farther provides
that Pot more than four of the com
avissioners shall be selected from tbe
ame political party. It is very evi
dent from this feature of the bill,
wbicb is renily the best of its feat
ares, that Mr. CuIIom expects to be
oat of a job a year from next March,
aa I Is trying to provide a soft place
to light in. The State Register,
however, does not believe that
oar genial senator, with all
als extraordinary powers of
persuasion, can coax a democratic
oagress intn even considering bis
scheme. Such a body as this bill
would estahlUb would not only be a
useless addition tv the already too
large grand army of officeholders,
bat It would be unconstitutional.
Tbe fundamental law of the land
provides that alt bills for raiing rev
aae shall originate In the bouse of
fpreseatatives; and this bill eon-
templates that such bills shall orlgi
ate la b commission appointed by a
wresldeat. Senator CuIIom will
Mve to laveat some other method f
Kvidiag a resting place for himself
a this tariff commission. Our
4etoeratic eousrress proposes to re-
Ua aad reform the tariff along dem
ocratic llaes without assistaace tiom
ay commission. Tbe people com
Bkissioaed the democratic seaatnrs
aost rcpreseaatlve to attend to that
jot at lac eleetloa of 191. aad if
laoy doa'l dolt aad do It speedily
Mil titer will be called to bb ac-
1 was crat to a d&nce recently," said
an acqnaiatacce to me. 'and a funny
thin happened. It was not so very
fnnny either, but it made me lancn after
it was over, i on m-r, it was as lxt as a
bake oven, and tbe rott was crowded to
soTm-atlf m. 1 had a fnrl. and we were
waltzinir rjotind as tMst we could when
stt'lJttilv the pirl capC4t. turned )le
and said, Oet mo out to tbe air.' I
atopped ami released her and offered her
my arm. when tramp: down she went on
the floor in a heap. Fainted away, see?
I lead as a herring. What did I do?
Why, 1 tried to pick her up and couldn't
do it. for khr vras a heavyweight. Then
I sncveedod, xith the aid of others, in
getting hot to tho porch, but she
wonWa't revtre. Thru 1 ran into the re
freshment room for water, but the tank
was cn.ptr. and tho only thins thry had
Simethuut lmd to t.e ilone. and I sot
two p!asea. r.n bat-!: and omitie J their
roatents into her face not exactly in
to br.t 'outo. After nrtn 20 cents'
worth of nic!. sweet lemonsde she came
to. Wi-11, snr. Yon wotM have died
to see her Lair, f-tickv? Why bando
line, rjr.izico seed, jfiiia nralic and kin
dred concoctions were not ia it. Lemon
ade beats tUojii til. Was the mad? Well,
I guess yes. frheriid 1 was intoxicated
and a natural born ih 1. Sotn oae else
totik her heme. I &lu't.m Y'onnsstown
Trraks of Clr.bs IJgMtilaa;.
A very cinnlar story is told concern-
tnii t'..- rosaries tf one u:ass of globe
lightning. A tailor in tho Ktie St. Jac-
ones, in tlie eic;liTirhool of the Val
de (irace, was petting Lis dinner one dry
daring a thunderstorm, when he heard
a land clap, and soon the chimney board
fell down, and a globe ot fire as big as a
child's head came out quietly and moved
slowly abont tbe room at a small height
above tho floor. The spectator, in con
versation afterward with M. Rabbinet,
of the Acadcmie des Sciences, said it
looked like a good si2ed kitten rolled np
into a ball and moving without showing
its paws. It was bright and shining, yet
be fc!t no sensation of beat. The globe
came near bis feet, bnt by moving them
aside he avoided the contact.
After trying several excursions in dif
ferent directions it roe verticallv to the
height ef his lie ul which he threw hack
to prrvctit it ttuclang hi!i stored to
ward a hole in tlie caimney alnjve the
tnantelpitvo an! r.uilc ttsway iatotho
fine, hliortlv r.Txrx.-s.ri "when I sup
posed it bad had t .mo to reach tlie top.
the tii.r sail'. tlurs was a terrible ex-
plotdnn. which drtroyed the nppcr part
tf tbe rhttuiw-y and threw the f raguients
onto tlie r.sf ; sme edjoininz build'
trig, which they Lroka through. Cham
Frvarh Art la Manlpalating flaater.
It is stated thit French builders, who
have carried the art of hardening plas
ter to where it is nsed for flooring, either
in place of wood or tile, employ for this
pnrptme six parts ul p-oi quality of plas
ter intimately mixed with ono part of
freshly tlakd vhito lime finely sifted.
The mixlrro cs thns compoited is laid
down in U3 quick tuao as poMiblc, care
bf.Eg taen ;!u.t tao trowel ih not used
jsn the sr.rfee lor too long a time.
Afu-r t;U the T-xir h; r.llowed tj become
dry and is tnVeincn'.ly saturated in a
rau't thcrongh muainT v. i'.'u snlphute of
iron or rsuc, the iron giving the strong
est snrfacc, i'.s i .sirtaiice to breaking
lKiugfouhi tils- 20 times the strength
cf oraiuary .!:irtr. It aniicars that
w-tli fc-jl jiZi:it ? cf zinc tii! floor remains
wliite. v.-'aile when iron is nsed it be-
cotics tlie color of muted iron. Bat if lin
seed oil, lioiled with litharge, be applied
to the surface it becomes of an attractive
Uiauogany color, this being especially
the cac if a coat of copal varnish is aud-
ed. 2ew 1 or li bun.
Prlnrv Colnana Waata Mood.
PAKIS, Feb. 27. l'rince Colonna has re
turned to this city from Naples and
rn in consultation with a distinguished
American lawyer. The Utter advised him
that the ouly pomilde way to gain posses
sion of his children was to ko to the United
Mates rand bring tbe matter before tbe
courts In America. l'rince Colonna is furi
ous at the manner iu which he has been re
ferred to in some of tbe New York papers
and ban expressed his wish to challenge
tlie proprietor of one of the leading news
pa-ri of New xork.
Caltlc U lag by TIiumimumI.
SAX Axtosio, Tex., Feb. 27. The
drought aud cold weather are causing tbe
death of cattle by the thousands in tha
lower Kio uraode country. Uurimr
bant few weeks there have been shinned
from Alice statiou, uu the 8.tn Antouio &
Arkansas Pass ridlway, l.",uw liidea of
calUc which died from starvation and ex
posure. Bcvral tkousaitd hides have also
bean shipped I turn other powta iu that aso-
sasa's Sm lu u.mi
PuXEBor, O., Feb. . EiKbtea iucbe) I
of snow fell here aud it ia still snowing.
It k tbe greatest snow fall since
Business is at a standstill and railruad I
aad highway travel Is greatly impeded. I
Fears are entertained of a repetition oil
the great Ouod ia lb Oaio of lea years
Will rsassid Aaalsal Arts.
TorxSA, Kaa., Feb. XS.-W. C. Baker.
whose voucher was raised frsn t8 to Its) 1
by Adjutant ueaeral Arts, is nut inclined
to Is tbe asatlor drop wUb Arte reshjaa-
HS ksauaM tae psoas wiu say that
a party of the tnegalar
It is said that Baker will
THE NEWS IN BRIEF.
pmklnt (levtland denounces tbe re
cent stories sent out that be has cancer as
Wholly without truth.
Firmer near Forester, Ills., have banded
to prevent tlie Iliinoi Central company
Iran taking certain land.
Mrs. George fablcy of Welbville, O.,
committed Kiiicide with morphine. Do
Biolic trouble was the caue.
There in a scniuttion in Guthrie, O. T.,
throufch charges that the school board has
been ncct ptina brilics.
The motion tor a new trinl iu the case ot
Haley, convicted ot munlt-r. was over
ruled and be ra ncntenccd at Aaamosa.
Ia., to lite imprisonment. .
Thirteen bsrec of coal valued at tHC,OO0
and towed by lite steamer Coal City, were
loxt in a collusion at Mempiii.
An nnknesm man wait run over bv a
Rnck IslnDil train ami kilk-d bear Wliilo
Water. KaA. lie is supposed to have come
Ttenjantin I tlx I) v. elinivet wit! eanins
the ileal h uf Iim ife at (ilenwood. Win..
ba iiren dit'iiart;ed fro:u ciixtony.
Dniiit-l SlniiKliter. w ho killed two of tho
Rut-! at a wnl.liuii in North Carolina,
taken from rula jail by a nob nuJ
;iits for J0,(Wm dnmnueA have Iwen filed
by Henry Hlomryrr and Cliarlea tiier of
KieliUKMul, ImL, against t'.ie l'eunsj lvauia
railruad for injuries.
William Xewcotnb of Stafford Springs,
Conn., is the only American who ever
married bis mother-in-law. lie was (Us.
vorced from her daughter, lie hasclul-
dreu from both tnarriuges.
It i intended to organize a stock com
pany with Siil,fiurt capital t CLicat to
nmvo the Muu:acturtrs buudicg to the
Daughter of the American Kevolution
re elected Mm. Stereuon, wile of the vie
president, as tiieir bead.
A XUltea Pnsnds.
A friend in need is a friend indeed
and not less than one million people
nave found just such a friend in Dr.
King s iew lliseoverv for consump
tion, courhs and colds. If von have
never used this proat courh medi
cine, one trial will convince vou that
it has wonderful curative powers in
all diseases of throat, chest and
lungs. Kadi bottle is guaranteed to
do all that is claimed or nionev will
Ih refunded. Trial bottles at llartz
& I'llemever's drus store. Larjrc
Imttles i'K- and $1.
e desire to rav to our citizens
that for vears we have been selling
vr. King s rvew Iiscoverv for con
sumption. lr. King's New Life pill,
Bucklin's Arnica salve, and Klvctric
bitter, and have never haudled rem
edies that sell as Trell. or that have
given such universal satisfaction
We do not hctdtate to guarantee them
everv time, and we stand readv to
refund the purchaser's price, if satis
factory results do not follow their
use. These remedies have won their
great tiopularity on their merit
tlartz & Lllcruever, druggists.
ai'CKLEN 8 AEXICA SALVE.
The best salve in the world for cats.
bruises, sores, ulcers salt rheum
Fever sores, tetter, chapped hands.
chilblains, corns, and all skin crop,
tions, and positively ;ares piles or
no pav required. It is guaranteed
to cive perfect satisfaction, or money
reloaded. iTice 25 rents per box.
For sale by Harts ft Ullemeyer
Tbe breath of a chronic catarrh
patient is often so offensive that he
becomes an object of disgust. After
a time ulceration sets in. tbe spongy
tHine arc attacked, and frequently
destroved. A constant source of dis
comfort is the dripping of the purn
lent secretions into the throat, some
times producing inveteritj bronchi
tis. wuicu is usually the exciting
cause of pulmonary disease. J he
brilliant results ty its use for vears
past properly desiginatc Ely's Cream
Balm as by far the best and onlv
Call upon your druggust for
Washes ZTtrytUog Trea a Tiat
-iikEatdkardiief to OireuTcaL
Lac Cttttaist a Spadalty,
No. 1724 Third Ave.
LH- & L J. PAlRKER.
Telephone No. 12 14.
S B S I
s m 3 1
r fsaisaa REMEDY air
HJUAL?U aad shBaar Ccnslsuita
asnfsetaisi aider tbs
Oe Tt eannlne w.Tradom'k" Anchor.
Lssk alia aa Bosksn for Or. Bicltar's finn:
Fd. Kichtor at Co. Mew Torn.
-29 KSXEST AVAE5S.
13 Bnuca Eonses. - - - On Qlssswsrks.
V ard We. tor ! no- Von
Sionckr.l. c. Miiel. nan'1' nnnn
. I'bailncr,-. lrek la'aLd. HI.
This Disease is Very Treralent in
It tuitu ts i RaI Cold, at acVli g- the murns
emlmne of the Note. id -lir-n iicirl?ct?l . i-x
lends TntheTl'foKl snd L"n!r; ifnltitiiT ioH al-
acht9, rrainfS. Ln of Voice and Ctunm;.ti"iu
A:Ithisa be PKS.VKN 1 1 J or pcimatntir
tl ttb.l tj calling at toe
Mzz 2R2 Surgical institiiis
ANDERSON & ROSS.
CONSULTATION 13 FREE.'
Permanentlj Located ia the Ryan Lloci, Corner
icoLd and Brady Streets, Davcntiort, Ijwa.
ALL AFFLICTED ARE WELCOME.
Prs. Andr-on and Roe are imnalrs of tie
teatl:na- nivdical roli-re of th'9 country, i:d
ith yeirs" experience in liia trtainient t
th on'.c dm-a-i-s.
CATAKIUI. THROAT AKD LfXOS.
Thrr auccr,fui:r tr?aL C-atarrh. Thnat and
Land's di.rasr of the (li.'rutire oiv'an-. !p
i . irer ttouuk-a, cotsnjut. on, CLiouic lii-r-rhaa.
KIKSEY AM rUl.SAKY
TronbWs iecill!ir rennivi d
m:uyoi S UISEASES.
The nnrt acr. valid cure are ;ccdr ttid
prr.i auciilijr i-urt-J by out nrw lueih d ul tr it-B-iit.
LAUiBS AFFLCTET e-cia1 sttcnticr cItch
to all dtMM-ev prcoliar to -a.en. kvetT facility
and advuntiii f.ir thr tr.un-ui ana s;netiy re-
Electricity Its ScientLnc Applica
Fic;aT Wejnibrs, as soH saperflnons hair
'. marka. Iuiaur, wens, etc removed by dec
ni-fKO AND mSEASKS.
A'l ironh',- tr nz from Imnare Mod. arrof-
ala. ecr.euia. t -ii.t, ij!n-r. ulte et. dr..
lan Ik-fon.ulfed ciirSi-n:!r l-r k-tterorothef-
wi-e. s.i 4 ct-n r fot q'it-t'.i i.lank. d iree
uajv-'arrnsiiTtim occsRiret cf ih;j cjuiitstriu ot"
bzh iiM3u o.:y?oxmx nan a sicsr of w.rs uu of I
Djc Din-rt Route to aud from Cblrago, JolM, OttaVs
"rU, La Soll, M. line. Bo; ltii.:.cl. In lI.Ll'f:s
avlnrt. Sliwcatla-, Oituoiws, jsl:nliea, E
M.mcJ. IVInwrsct, Awlubon, Harlan and Cor.ncli
ilcl. 1n low A; Altnaeapolls aid Et Iu:l, la Ji:N
rEaOTAi Watertown and fcicox Falls, in DAKOTA
Xaimi, SL Joacpli ana Kan:fft5 City, In M!S3lT.i
Jn.aba, L'dcoIii, Fairtrarj and Krlxm, In klSR ASK A
lUlitsun, Leavenworth, Uonut:. T'fka, .Uut:Un9oa
Vlrt.iU, Belleville, AbUrae, DcUf. City, tV-tiwell, it
CAKSASj Klnsuiner. El lienoar Mlneo.in irDIAJ
fEUKlIOBY: lnvcr. Colore io Srrlpj m.d PutUi
a CoLO.tAUO. I .veraci new arcti of rU-h t-r-alnj
wd nu!ny uu-.dn, affrdltir toe beat lacU.'lIos of l:i-..-r
ffirninnlcvtlor to all town and ciU.-a uat and w
ior-.huCTl and southweat of CUcaso aad U I'aUdc so'
ITASXiriCEl-T - -
VTSTiaUZJS KXPSESS TP.AZSS
jreJini all MCTtltars In splendor of it!lpnir.i
vfo CHICAGO and CCS UOIKES. tXfS( 1!
JLtl'FS and OMAAA. and betwrca UI'ICVQO a
IF.SVER, COLCRADQ 8PBIXGS and ITEtLO, tL
CANSAS CITY and TOrF.KA and via ST. J(scin
Irrt-CUa DayCoaehw. FREE rxCLfKXVG CUAII
AM. and KJac Sltcpus, with Dining Car Kcnht
iMacoamciioni st Denver sud Colcsda Sprlngi vrtj
ivcrglnz railway Uoaa, am imatiug Um aD,
TBAXS-ROCET ItOUJtTAm E0ZTTZ
vr smvrblr-cqnlppel tnias ran dail-
-IlROrOH WITHOUT CHANGE to and from Sai
'kecrr. Cgdea tad 8ao Fcrijco. THE r.0"E.
Jfl.AKr ia alas U IMiact ana Favorite Una to au
Va isttua. PU"i raak aad all ofjet aaoltnry aw;
oHuc naartnandeiUcs sad KlnUvf district is Coictsdc
DAILY TAST ETHlZsa THAWS'
1m St .'oa-pa and Xmm City to sad from an ta
ru tews, cittar airl sectlw la Sottfaara Sctrnki
A frem Ksn-wa City and Chicago c a'attr
a. H'rax Fotii, JiljrNitAPOLa aim tAVL
tionty-nirawan poind aortb aad aortbw k..
f s-r. Foldara ar aetld MWnh
. pply sy Ompna Hakat (Mass la Uw Oattsd SUt
t'-t." Ui-vjt jLrriS. Zs a...iXf.l
C ilcaK. KtWK ISLAND PAC'JrlO KAIL,
wy Desnt eonx.1 fifth avenne aad Tklrtr
t streiH. Frame u . 1'lnramcr, scnt.
Denver Ltir.itci A;Om-aa..t S:45am
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K. St. Joe A MlnnctDodct 6:4 am
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Arrival. ttHpannre. tUily. except Suuday.
All others dahy. TeUi.Uon- Wj
F. II. rtrun, A gt.
BUBUNRTON R IVTE C.,11. A Q. KAIl
way li-nt Kln-t avsce and (sixteenth
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pot Pwrnri-jlli atrwt, bctveen First sad Betoni
av -aae, it. D. W, Uoltsea.ssent.
t. Tani Bx'jrjf
't. i conmodat'on.
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pot Pirn avenue aad Twentieth street. ?.
1. Uockweil, Agent.
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able A -cocTnoditlon.
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tiir South and east. ciUTit' pasaiLg.-rs to
lnr Kwp'fl on'y.
MOST DT&BCT UOVTS TO THa
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A LADY'S TOllT
Is not complete
without an ideal
Combines every element of
beauty and purity. It is beauti
fying, soothing, healing, health
ful, and harmless, and when
rightly used is invisible. A v.ost
delicate and desirable proiectior,
to the face in thjj ciLnate.
Xaift upon haylajtht jenulna,
18 IT IS roa SALE CVtBrWHEBE.
A lt l?si 4
World's Fair Reminiscences,
Free of Charge.
Beginning Monday, Feb. 19.
DESCRIPTION The World's Fair Reminiscences er,n-ii
of 16 Part Folio, each containing sixteen beautiful views -f
Buildings and Scenes of the Columbian Exposition.
HOW TO SECURE THEM.
Every customer purchasing goods at our store to t!ic
$2.00, or over. Receives One Folio.
$4.00, or over. Receives Two Folios,
(6.00, or over, Receives Three Folio?,
And so on, until the entire sixteen parts are secure.!. Dm
notfail to take advantage of this opportunity of r,l.taininr
this beautiful memento of the Columbian Exposition.
Kltig, Hasler, Schwentser.
DRY GOODS C0HPA1T7.
217 and 217 1-2 W. Second St., Davenport.
On Tap everywhere.
Only Union labor employed
The Rock Island Brewing Company, success
ors, to George Wagner's Atlantic Erewerv, 1.
Huber's City Brewery and Raible & Stcngei':
Rock Island Brewery, as well as Julius Juna
Bottling Works, has one cf the most complet.
Brewing" establishments including Bottling de
partment in the country. The product is th
very best Beer is bottled at the brewery cn
delivered to any part of the tri-cities, 2nd ma
be ordered direct from the head offices on fe
line avenue by Telephone.
Tbetkoosaiiiastiactlaoclven st Oils School ia vortCed by m.on than 100 filCetcrt Too.
osing their Students
112 and 114 Eaat Second Street, DAVE2JP0HT, 10Tv7
R Q. Hudsov.
HUDSON & PARKEH,
CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS
ill kinds of Carpentering promptly attend-eJ to. Es'.Ia
fuinisbed wliea desired.
Shop por. BJirat ave. atsd Keventeenth it. RocI: hlru
This Sale Leads Them All
This is the Greatest Chance Ever Offered
' 1 ' in the Three Cities. The balance
of Our Stock of
Cloaks and Millinery
To go at less than half price. Every pur
chaser should visit our store before buying,
as these are the greatest bargains ever
offered in the three cities.
Call for Rock Is.nn
BreirlnR? Co. Ilcer,
W.Second St., Da
l lor laeir nuiaxc