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THE ARGUS, TUESDAY, JANUARY 15, 1895.
A New Style Makes its ADDear
anc t fans.
AND SEEKS A RIOTOUS SUCCEED.
HundrecU of men and women are
seen upon the streets every day whose
fares arc revered with Disfiguring
Cooper-Colored Freckles or Scaly
tuples, which are constantly suwiir.-iti)i?, tut which
fan li.ri.-v. rP. . 4l. -..-. r 141 '. . 1 111. lAcrk liiimili-
ICl Jirl. M -.V 111' U I IT .(Jill Hit nUU U Ula..-
4ing and distming lic-a.sos of ths &kui
e:?hess jqsephine face bleacii
appeals with a force which is irrcviUtiiile.
This wonderful preparation never fails t efteet a cure,
yo. when dot-tors pronounce the case honeloes and nos-,
-la m nrrivpn to ! uplr-sa. I
""Empress Josephine Face Llkacii will not onlj j
-a Freckles and Pimples, 1ut is guaranteed to be(
nve cure for hczema, Acne, motn-patcnes, :
-Spots, Blotches, Sallowness, and all other,
l' diseases. j
liTr ratti r Of I ADAMTCPn !
jl f II THOMAS. Irnrj-ist. for. Sevi ntrriil ii St. ami Net-onil
ytlfc Fisher, Hariier House rliariii.-uj. f
MRS HANSBROUGH DEAD.
tTife of the Senator from North Iakota
' Dies at Waiil;tnn.
Washington, Jan. 15. Mrs. Huns
(trough, wife of Senator Hansbrough ot
North llakota, died at the Cochran, hotel
of ueute pueumoiiia. Sho hail nut been
i known the world over. The firm make a
?d .many kinds, but they always, always
I rantf. C that their "Gold Medal" is the
M hey make. JOHN T. NOFTSKER
Nvit Jts the exclusive sale of that. Price always
'I Dtl Jas been $3.50, but to make it interesting to
''i .1 ;tlia nn11!i l-i a line -n tV nrln. nt ? ?C nil
L . I kill, puuiiv. iiv. imj gsufc v.v J t .J
I I unheard of price.
i r He has a few "Grand Uapids" to close out
t j cf at $1:50.
ers Plated Knives
l "Standard Plated Knives $1.00 per dozrn.
.ya' ' ...
At prices from 50c per pair to $6 per pair.
pel Goods Low Prices at
I 1 t T
I M t
a r. t .
40ffil T. NOFTSESR,
Architel : ' Corner Third Avenue and Twentieth St.
Y yi nd Nineteei"'' . .
1 a -
liATEST NOVELTIES IS
HICB M FALL BQGDI
CAN BR 8kK AT
The New Merchant Tailoi
1822 SECOND AVE
Hrpr H w- Blvt
J. T. DIXON
(Dealer in Men's Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue.
HKHKT A. riKinn
.( fiersand Decorators
' SHOP, 429 SmotMsth St, BOCS ILL.
) Kf H r.it i.
Smoh. lnnrs ami ISlio)',
t AbA a!! ksniN of
Woodwork for BaiUcni
Stk Street, tat tk aad tta ra
Cit.1n so cptle.
pUuna. KaitycajTrfUla wt
I torM. Ut BUI fwiJ
e btcair or bok i rraaeA
!! C Tor en
iitm kl lt i: mJtMM CM
itjSlK T HABfZ A
tfediT. - - ...... - -
Makine a Cirt Now, Drraking Window,
and Creatine a Paaie ia tha Vicinity and
a Quick fathering or l'olicemrn, bat
Uurtinc Nobody SappaMd to Dan
Bm. Inteaded (or a MacMrata Itiaaa
IrQW aad latal Storm Kaftjia.
Paris, Jan. 15 A bomb explosion oc
currti alxmt imJuiglit in front of 63 Kuo
MoUL-cau and is believed to have been the
vrorii of unarciiiiti Noltody was kill-d
but onsiJrable damage Was done in the
vicinity. Tiie bomb is described au being
i.( t li.r reversible rt, cbictiy charited with
dynumite and couceah-d in an English
tin cra. h.-r box, btreuiijtlieued by a thick
band of aluiiiiniuiii. lu other respectd
the Im.iuI) is said to have been charged
and ptvnuivd in a inuuuer similar to the
one used by Vaillaut in the chamber of
deputing The police have no clew to the
culprit, although some policemen on duty
in ail jamnt streets, saw man running
swiftly awav a short time previous to the
explosion. In spite of this fact and al
though the hour was so early the police
men seem to have mode little or no ef
fort to stop the riinnini; mail. The police
are iiaiuraiiiiuK the usual reticence as tit
the farts in the t-a.se, thus making it
pmliably more iliRicult to traie the mat
ter to its foundation.
Ttie 1'iirlcr Wan AlartHed.
It npiH-ars, howevtr, that a iiorti'r on
duty at ; Hue .Monceaii just U lon- nild
lii'lit was informed by a passer by that a
suspicious looking puml has been placed
on the wiii'.low liil-fe of the ground uoor.
Tin- (Hir'ter in al.iriu riLshed to the sjHit
and, seizing t lie parcel, hurled if into the
Mnldli: of (hi-stntt. A terrilic explosion
followed and showers of shot wi re hurled
in all directions, breaking a!l the win
dows in the vicinity, although they wern
pnitin:tiHl by strong wooden shutters.
Following the explosion was a panic in
the neighborhood ofKi and Hue Mon
iteau. The hoiisi; at til Kile Mom-eim was
foriui;rIy the resilience of Prince Viirtur
Napolion and its front was oonsidoralily
dama'd. The explosion caused a strong
fon-e of police to (Either from ull sides and
the Kue Monceaii was soon the center of
attraction for lare crowds of people.
But order was soon restored. The inhab
itants, reassured by the police, re-entered
their homes and by l:'J a. lu. only the
police guard and a uumlier of newspaper
nu n remained aliuut the spot..
WsriHsl by a Valet.
The porter, it upiiears, was warned by a
valet who whs returning home and who
noticed the parcel on the wiuilowhilge.
ii an interview pul.iistied in lhe Maun
the valet is olio ted as saving that when he
saw the box on the wiiidowledge he hur
riedly entered the house and informed the
porU-r that there was an extraordinary
parrel on the window. Tim (mrter hastened
ml into the street, took the Ihix mid threw
It as far as he could. The two men then
entered the house and closed the door. A
moment later there was a tremendous
report, as loud as a cannon. Neither ol
the men noticed a fuse attached to liic
Imiiib. Th'-j iMlit-e cxjiii.7-s Uie ointou
tluit the explosion wasdirected ii.aiust M.
Alhalin, the maistrute who conducted
the inquiries in the outrap-s eommittitl
by Kavacliol and ether anarchists, who
lives in the Kue Yerzeluy, facing the scene
of the explosion.
MEN CO DOWN WITH WRECKS.
Numerous VeMnel Founder in the Storm
&aeeiiuc irat llrilain.
Iisnox, Jan. 13. The liritish steamer
Kowan has foundered in the Bay of Bis
cay. One of her boats containing six men
nlive and two dead h:is been picked up.
The other boat, which was launched with
seven men. including the first oflicer, has
liccu lost. The Italian bark Theresiua,
from l.iverool for Trieste, lias been
wrecked near Strangford. The captain
mid seven of the crew were rescued; three
others were drowned. The hrimuitine
Satis, f re lu liochcstcr to ifuiidcrlatid, has
Ihs-ii stranded at lloiinitnook. lineol.i
shire, the ctvw being reacuiil. An un
known brig has foundered oil Hale. The
IxjMhjn, Jan 15 A terrific storm is
raging all through the country. Snow in
many places is twelve feet deep and
vi recks ure numerous on the coast. Two
ships are remitted foundered and their
crews drowned. life savers are doing
heroic work everywhere along the coast.
The schooner Balcey caizcj off North
Sunderland point and all the crew were
Narrowly Kscaped Heath.
Jacksonville, Fla., Jan. 10 A nearly
fatal Uiduou a-ceiisioii occurn-d here.
(iussic Do Vare was to have gone up iu a
balloon and make a flying leap on a para
t luit-. She did not make her appearance
and Miss Hussell, who has been posing at
a sideshow in Jacksonville as a Circassian
U auty. coiiM-nted to take her phu-e. Miss
K usx 1 1 did not heartlie rHirt of the pis
tol thai was to In- the signal for her to
jump, and the balloon went up l,tKJ feet
orjiiiorv. She then cut loose from the
luilloon and when the luirachute descended
in laudeil Miss Kussell in the middle of
St. Johns river. She became entangled
n the parachute and was only saved after
going down twice.
To Krlirte lMstrrHMit Miner.
C'OU ur.l.'S, O., Jan. 13. Columbus citi
zens will send a carloa I of provisions to
Uloustcr for the relief of distressed min
ers, and will send another car later. Cin
cinnati will send a carload of provisions
to Nelsonville and another to Shawnee.
It is becoming apparent that the greatest
distress exists in Perry county, the min
ers at Hemlock and Buckingham, es
pecially having suffered great privatious.
t.ull.d by Flro.
SoLTH MANcliesTLi Conn., Jan. 13
The lioj k nd er.giiie room con
nected with Clu-ney Bros', silk mill was
gutted by lire. Treasurer Cheney esti
mates the loss at from f si.Okt to 7 .,'n,
wliieh is r veil by insuraui-c. The
origin of the fire ia unknown. While as
sisting in the effort to subdue the Idaze
nnioii Dunn fell from a roof and sus
tain a fracture of the skull and thigh.
Terrible Accident to a Juspcr.
WlLLla, Tex., Jan. 15. Frunk Zelno, a
professional high diver, la ' -1 inj an
eighty-foot leap, misled his tank. He
turned kimouU and struck on his feet,
breaking bota leg and .ustaiuing tit her
s-wi-'v " Jt'.;s'-s
MIS. H. C HAXiUUXlGH.
Ill very lon. She was ne of the society
leaders of the capital and was popular
with all who had the pleasure of her ac
quaintance. iter reui.-iins will be taken to North
Dakota for burial. The sympathy of
the congressmen for Mr. Hansbrough's
bereavement is very manifest.
WILL GO ON THE STAGE.
Ambition of One or Chief Justice Fuller's
Washington, Jan. 13. Another Amei-
can girl announces her intention to goon
the stage. It is Mary Fuller, daughter
of Chief Justice Fuller of the United
States supreme court. Mary Fuller is
Mrs. Manning, 'the wife of a young south
erner, to whom she was married some
what unexpectedly in Kurope several
years ago, w here she was then studying
nt a conservatory. Mrs. Manning, or Miss
Fuller, ns she will be known uu the stage,
wiil make her llrst public appeurauco in
Chiiagooti Jan. 17.
"Am I going on the stage?" she laughed
In answer to a query by a reporter, turn
ing from the piano to greet the visitor.
"Well, I am going to lie a professional
musician, if that is what you might call
'going on thest;ure.' lam to make my
debut in Chicago in a few days, and will
npiiear theee in concert for the tirst time.
With me in this undertaking is a friend,
a Miss Hutchinson, and wo will give en
semble piano recitals. We are our own
nJanagers and have no professional assist
ance. ltarlmrity of the Chinese.
NKW Vouk, Jan. 13. The American
Bible society has received a letter from
Shanghai, from which these paragraphs
"A scouting parly of Japanese, includ
ing an interpreter, were captured by the
Chinese near l'nrt Arthur just before the
attack on the fortress. They were fas
tened to stakes by nails driven through
their shoulders, burned alive, then quar
tered, and their ghastly remains stuck
upon poles by the roadside. Some Japa
nese uu-mlicrs the of Kcil Cross society
were captured by the Chinese soldiers and
Noted t'rofik t'aituritl.
Dun Til, Minn., Jan. 13 Jim Bel:, a
notorious crook, is under arrest lien;, lie
is a brother of tf -orgj Bell, h.-inj; for
murder iii Montana a few weeks ago.
Bell ui present is wanted in -Molilalia,
where he escaped from j-i.il in 1SST. Sini-e
his arrest Bell has cleared up an old
c.nne, the Muscatine (la burglary, com
mitted in 173. The safe of the Muscatine
county treasurer was blown open, the rec
ords destroyed, and $.!4,UJ stolen. Bell's
confession implicates the county treas
urer, who, ho says, was short in his ac
counts and hired the robbers to cover the
Another .South Dakota Defaulter.
Cl'sTKK, Jan. 13. Benjamin Tuuly, the
retiring treasurer of Custer county, is a
defaulter to the amount of $.l,'."J0. At a
meeting of thu board of county commis
sioners he made the statement that he
was short the aliove amount. The com
missioners were nsscmtihnl to make an ex
iiniination of the books preparatory to
turning them over to the new treasurer.
Tunly's statement was a complete sur
prise, lie gave in explanation except that
1 he was not to blame. His liondsmcii are
abiu to make up tli e loss. Tuuiy's prede
cessor was ttiort f l.i.nw.
CAUGHT STEAUNC 3:rPATCHE3.
A Sr.tn nf Wire Tapping Inearthed at
the Windy City.
Cn t" AtHJ, Jan la. The Associated Press,
through a shrewd use of old disputchei
very old some of them has unearthed,
with the uld of detectives, a very perfect
system of stealing its dispatches from the
wires. The win tapping is claimed to
have I icon done by one of the most expert
men in the country at that line of busi
ness, anil he is soexiicrt tiuit lie actually
tapped The Herald wire on The Herald
building. The way the thing was exposed
was pretty rough on the pacrs who took
the stolen dispatches from the news asso
ciation that stoie them, for recently they
have leeu printing sensations that Were
eight )ears and more uld.
Once in awhile the agency here would
"get onto" the fake matter and wire its
clients, but be was nearly always too
late. The way t he thing was excised was
by having a wire to send the "fake" dis
patches that was cut oil" outside of Chi
cago, sti that this "news" could not by
auy means reach the A. P. clients. The
news agency that was stealing the news
would, however, get them all right, but
us late as possible, ill order that it would
lie necessary to 'Tush'' the work to get
the "news" to the agency's paiiers in time
and tcrmit no investigation. All the
parties are known. It is said t hat this
kind of fraud exists over this country to
an enormous extent.
F.igtit Vrars Out of Niiw lu .lalL
ClIU'Aiai, Jan. 13. Annie Burke, who
came to this city nine years ago, was
"sent up" for thirty days for drunken
ness, and during the trial of the case it
came out that she had sM-ut eight of
the nine years ill Chicago lockups of
one kind or another
An Awful Fonny Mwry
w:is relnled Sim Hi- at .i eiuii lhe irflKr
night. When tin- laughter li.-l -nhsidcil nimniM
s.-iiil : , "Smythe. I n.-er kw a nian eliane a-
joii have dnrirs the ia vi-ar. A few nmntlii.
yan were;lhe most I u-itnrn ni.tii iiuic.Tlti.iMc :
new yn:i fire the lift-of tbf patty. lfm- isiiv
"My dear felliw,'" rep'lml Smyth, "a year Ei" I
w:ii a siek iniui. I was piUTi-riii-? from liver ami
Momat-h derttii-emer.ts. 1 was niiirlml arel tncl-
ar.i-lmly. ami my fiiemls, the tliH-lor inciti;hl.
llnHi-Tiit I was colli tula roitoitni!mn. itue l4y
mime una ailvistd iiiol.i t ike lr. I ieree's i. iltlcii
Meilirat I liscnvrry . I iliti mi, ami I am a new
man. It ha uctnnlly r.-m-we t tny ynntii, ami I
enjoy life ns I hve not for ycura."
l)u II. V. I'll. m r.. 8r All w me tn offer my
thanlcp to ? nu for my gmt health .inr-; ii.iii.
jour lcl len Mei-irsl Discovery. I w::s tail
the fha'lnw of a piTson s.i thin anil htigi'iinl.
wi'tHMit one momt-nt's eae; hail itiTorcil for
yeais with ixy stomach .nitl liver, ami this h rim;
hail a very severe nll.-u-k of La iriete. I then
coii'tii nn-il nin! lbe'l:si-o,eiy" anil try recov
ery is weielerfill. I nm lli ears ohl, ami reel as
well ami strong ::s I ilhl w..en l ve nhl. My
"'pep is as aoiiml as an inlaiit's. 1 remain.
lour ilifiiikftilty. It. A. ;n.i:y,
Arrineton. Nelson Co., a.
Bar.y was fact, we pave tier Casforla.
Viin she was a Cliil-I, slMcriisl for Casturia,
Wh"n slie became 51iss, she : Inns " Castorla.
V hen she bail Children, she gaveUiewCasturia
lhe Strike at Haverhill, M.-tsa.
llAVLUiilLL, Jan. 13. Nearly all the
labor orgiinizntioiis held meetings and
the strike situation was the main topic
discussed. The prevailing sentiment was
I in favor of a closer combi nation aniuag
the uinereut uepartmeiits ot shoe Work
ers to win the strike mid many sugges
tions for aggressive action wera luade, al
though none were adopted. Several min
isters mado reference to the strike in
their sermons and the situatiuu was gen
erally deplored. The men who were in
jured in the iigiit Friday evening are
nearly as well as ever.
Wu. K Irked to Itwatb.
CllIOAiJO, Jan. 1 3. Henry Buckleman,
a tailor, wns kicked to death by Solomon
iegel, a bartender, in Isaac Bonbiniskt's
sal. sin, near the corner of Fourteenth and
leffersou streets. Buckleman went into
the place and culled for a bottle of whisky.
It was given to him -ana lie started for the
door without paying lor it.- J his so en
raged Siegel that he ruslied out from be
hind tut: bar and struck Buckleman a
blow behind the left ear, knocking him
down, then kicked him about the head
and body until no signs of life were visi
ble. High Death Kate in New York.
NEW YiiKK, Jan. 13. The registrar of
vital (statistics reports 1,0U0 deaths in this
city this week, an increase of l:J over lust
week. There were forty-six deaths from
diphtheria, and Is! from pneumonia. Orip
killed twenty three persons. The week
before only seven died from grip. Many
well-known people are now ill with grip.
Anion- the nmula-r are: Kx-lioveruor
Flower, Bishop Potter, the Kev. Dr.
Huntington of Grace church, II. U. Have
meyer, the augur man, and Henry Miner,
congressman and theatrical manager.
It-I(-M and loenonneee the tiovernor.
I'llitMX, Ariz., Jan. 13. Attorney Gen
eral Henry has sent hU resignation to
Governor Hughes, in a long letter de
nouncing the governor as one who, for
his own ends, has been disrupting the
Demcxrolic party and affirming that if he
h i the interests cf Arizona and thu Dem
ocratic party at iicurt he would at once
n-sign. The resignation was accepted aud
T. O. SalUTwhile, of Tucson, appointed
Children Cry for
I Frlend,, vi;i
, Dec. 2, lssfi. My wife 2
EBS FIUEND" iM fore
S Coi.vik, I.A..
used " MOTUE
J her third ronlinemont. and Kara she S
would not b without, it for hundreds
S of dollars. IhM-K Mills. 5
tcnt hyeTprn-sormnlLon r-eelrtl nr price, ft
-T bollle. H.H.t "To Moi llLlls m
guialled tree. uld lr ad Ilruuiflais. S
IlBAliriEl.l) Ur.AI I.ToB f'o., Atlanta. Cn. B
i-A&le a Well
fc.kj rVV o of
-nr , y w w
W 1 1 nUO iota uy.
THE GREAT E0,h Sir-
I'l-starra tka ktonr Knuilui ia 30 laj. It acts
Hiwerfu:!y ai.ii tuit-kiy. Cures wlieu all other
lau. 1 jUi3 men win refrain tneir lost mannoou
and oln !: n will n-euver tin ir youthful vigoi
iiy uoin-r VITALIS. It qmei. tv anu surety re
ftores Nervousness, vituhty. Impotency,
Nii'htlv Kmisstons. IKit low.-r. Faiiiiie Mem
ory. Wasliug llisi-ases. nud ull effects Of self
abuse or excess and indiscretion. arus on
liiaiiitv nud tHnsniut'lion. insist on havh;
VITALIS. no other. Ian tie carried in ve-
pocket. Ity mail. I.HI per puilcaifr. or six for
fi.UO, with a pisnlite wrillea Kaaraatre ran
r rrrai4 the moat--. Cireiil ir lr.e. Adilres
tilxai.T KKaKIK COBftal, Itiivn, ill.
For alio at Itix-k I.laml byllarper Dime Phar
mwy aud William t'k-nilenin, llriiKViid. Mnllne.
for Infants and Children.
OTHERS, Do You Know Hint Paregoric,
Kateniau's kHn-y's iwdial. uiauy so-e-alksi S.kiL.us jTupti. and
dm. reniediee for rhildreu are composed i.f ej itim er ir.ort boie t
Pa Yaw Klftw thut opium cud uiirphiiie are slii-t iui: uaiiss- iisiioa f
To Yon Know that in Iucot c.Aiiitriesimt'bU an u 4 s-ir.iitt: lu st-U uaieotksi
Without luliehlifc' them J.is.aif
T Y-oai Know that ..u bhouid not -.-raiit any mtsjiviuu to Le i,lm yocr chill
auWss you or your physician kuaur of what it is composed
P Yon Know that Custoria is a purely vci.Ubld prearalion, aud that a list of
tt. uigredieuta is puhushed with every tortiu- ?
Po Yon Know that Cantoris Is the prescription of tlie famous Hr. Samuel Pitcher.
That it has been iu uru f.ir nearly thirty years, aud that tusre Castoria is now solJ than
of all other remedies tor children combined f
Po Yow Know that the Talent Ofaee IViurtment or tlie Vuited Siates, and of
other eouutrtes, have issued exclusive riht to IT. riteher anil his assieus to use lhe wonl
" Caatoria " ami its formula, acd that to Imitate them is a state prison offennef
Po Yow Know t'.iat oue of li. rensous for granliug this goveruuieut protts.-titinwas
because Castoria bad teen pruveti to lie absolutely barmlek7
Po Yon Know that 35 averaco doses ef t sl.i are forui J-J for 35
centa, or one eeut a dose f
Po Yon Kno.Ttug-t when possessed of this -rfect preimratiun, your chiklian may
itf kept n-etl, and that ) nui)- luive unbroken f
Vllt these thing am worth kuowiug. They are facta.
- h on etrory
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla.
T F. BUUKE,
EKN I'ST WAC.NKR.
Sc. mid Trcas.
Steam and Gas Fitters.
Rock Island Heating
and Flumbing Co.
Hot Water 11 eating
119-121 K. 17Mt St.
lOn-k Islauil, 111. TV!. No. 128$
ts)le Amt for the I uriitan.
ItflMKPOKATEU UNDKB TBK TAT WW
Rock Island Savings Bank,
UOCK ISLAKD, Il.I
Ia dilly twi in. to -p. m.. and eatarday erecmirs from I to f r.jt.
Flvt per cent laf erest paid on Deposits. Uotitty loenod cn Paraoaal tcW
lateral or Hal Estate ar.nrlty
omciiu: P. I.M.TCUSt.tsI'iva't. rt?. naNKMANl.', Vicer-Ml. J M. BGWlul. CwaMt
P. U MiUhell, r. r. u"Wni.i.n. John Crabam:h, t-hil Mitrkell. H. P. Kali. L. Mw,
. W Unr-t, J. M. Bnfor.1, John Volk.
aukro A- Uuhst, Boiiniton.
BeciD bu.'.ii.. July I, low, and ocunpy the metheaat comer of MitchoU I.-"' n-w tMtB-
SEIVERS & ANDERSON
COiNT T RACT OR? nnrf B U I U K -
All khulnof r-ATiMrnWr
Office .in.I Shop 721 Twelfth street
i-i.(rat Jolihlur dune on nlmrt notic
atii.I si Israel. hi guM,r&ute4
J. F, BosEimKLS. Ton JtosMrtBts
Plumbsrs, Stsam, Gas Fitters.
ouse Heating anI Sftnitar y Piutubio-. Uasi-merit Bock Inland Nat. Back
M -5" -
o m s s
D rS s e
T-J r- c
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Contractor and Builder.
Shop and Residence No. Su Third avenue.
Carpenter and Builder,
OFFICE, NO: 2821 SIXTH AVENUE,
Shop on Vire 8tret. POCK IHLjN1
Vroyneioror of the Bndr rtreet
A'l klada of Cat Flower, eon-tan liy oa bun.
Una block from Central Park, larrert la Iowa.
Sl! Brady Rreet, Davenport. Ia
City rBus and Express Line
For Boa or K press Line telephone 1141, and yon will recniva
prompt attention. ,
XTTiTRSTtT.AgB U EPE3C1SB- Fropi.