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THE ARGUB, WEDNESDAF. JANUARY 29, 1896.
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trvaeaaractar. political or rcllgtoaa, Bart ban
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Oonevpoadeaca solicited fraa avsry townatitp
ta Boek laiand county.
WEfOIF.aDAT, JaKLaBT 189G.
The republican machine at Spring
field was triumphant in every re
pert. State Sksatok Oeokgk II. Mon
noR, of Jolict, has entered the Held
of republican gubernatorial aspir
ant. A citoss-Evtii" headlight is one
of the latest innovations on locomo
tives. Two head lights are used, set
cross-eyed," so that the rays of one
cross those of the other. The spe
cial advantage is found on rounding
Tub pood people of Peoria wasted
considerable time and expended
a great deal of energy uselessly
in endeavoring to secure the re
publican state convention. Capt.
C'apt. John Tanner said he didn't
want the convention held there, and
whatever Tanner says ''goes."
Jack Tan nek's masterv of the re
publican machine in Illinois is one
more proof that the republican
bosses think they can win with any
thing. Respectable voters and ele
vated opinions are to be turned
down. This suits democrats. Let
the Tanners and Killeys keep on and
the democracy will yet show its re
cuperative power. St. Louis Re
It is understood the present Maine
aspirant lor presidential Donors is
enthusiastically endorsed by the
woman suffragists on account of a
speech made ly him 12 years ago in
favor of extending the elective fran
chise to women. Kecd perhaps
counts on the vote of the gentler ex
loeicci-nim, is nominated. Ho cer
tainly will need some votes besides
thoso of the male persuasion in any
The Union oars the love feast held
by tho republicans at Springfield
may be termed "a political awaken
ing; "a great surprise to those
who attended ft. Itie Union never
does awaken to what is going on In
its party until it is concocted and
executed and hence no wonder at
taches to its expressions of surprise.
Anyone could have told the morn,
ing paper weeks ago what was going
to happen down there, and thns
spared it the shock of a political
awakening and a surprise.
The Peoria Journal, which is re
publican in politics, under the head
of "Food for Reflection." ttrlnta a
column editorial in opposition to the
nomination or John K. Tanner for
governor. It starts out by saying
"If the republican party wants a de
fensive campaign, it cannot make a
better contribution to that end than
by nominating John It. Tanner for
governor. No man in the stale has
furnished a superior ?rade of ammu
nition to tho enemy for an aggressive
light from the opening gun than this
tame vaunted organizer and political
dictator. J be Journal then enu
merates tho sins of commission am
omission that Tanner has been cruil
ty of, and takes nearly a column for
that purpose. The Journal is niak
inc a heroic lii'ht for a loMntr cane
Tanner's sins are his strength wid de
gang, ami ne Knows it.
Thla Worthlraa Confrere.
It is announced that the republi
can managers at Washington will
attempt to hurry up the business of
congress so that an adjournment
will occur about the first of June.
It is entirely improbable that any
thing of the kind will occur. The
session is more likely to continue
till October than to close in the early
The judgment of the country
Already formed is mat never in
American history baa a congress as
purposeless, as imbecile and as use
less as this assembled at w ashingion.
It is the product of a revolution in
politics. It was elected ly "land
slide" majorities in all the districts
represented by republicans, giving
that party nearly three-fourths of
toe members of the bouse.
The senate is republican. It is
sufficiently republican to reconstruct
tho committees and elect the senate
officers. TLey have assumed control
t legislation through the commit
tees and will assume control of the
spoils as soon as the senate is fnll
and all the seats occupied.
These facts attach to the repnbli
can party responsibility for all legis
lation and for failure "to legislate in
congress. Their majority in the
house is ovem helming. Their ma
jority in the senate enables them to
lo everything else exceDt to Win.
lat. It they do not legislate it is
tneir lauii. Having made a corruot
coalition to divide the committees
and the plunder, they must accent
accountability for everything else.
The republican allege that there
If a deficit in the revenues, but thev
have But made serious attempt to
replenish the treasury. The gold re
serve is dwindling and additions to
the national debt are necessary for
its preservation, but the republican
congress will do nothing for that ob
ject. Increased tariff extortions at
one end of the capital and desperate
silver sandbag methods at the other
end are the only respone made by
congress to the necessity for more
revenue and to save the national
The country would have been bet
ter off if this congress had never as
sembled. The condition of affairs
uld not be made worse if it ahnnlrl
adjourn in Mav or Jane. It will rln
nothing to promote the prosperity of
me couuiry u n snail remain in ses
sion Until enow flies in the autumn.
The election of 1896 should be de-
ided bv the intelligent voters nf the
country on the issue of the congress
nuw la session.
The repnblican love feast at
Springfield fixed things up for Mc-
lumey ior the presidential indorse
ment, lanner for the gubernatorial
nomination, and lastly selected
Springfield as the place" of holding
the state convention April 29. It
matters not wnen or where the con
vention, which is to discharge the
formalities, is to be held. Its busi
ness is but to ratify, to lend the ap
pearance oi sanction the prelimi
naries are what count. The prelimi
naries of the republican convention
were practically disposed of yester
day. There was no visible opposi
tion to the adoption of preconcerted
plans, rontician lanner was, as an
ticipated, invulnerable. Second only
to the declaration in his favor was the
unanimity of feeling for McKinley
for the presidential indorsement. To
Private Joe Fifer is attributed more
than to anyone else the final coup-de-tat
as against Cullom and in favor of
Mckinley. The ice-clad senator bad
come all the wav from Washington
to be present at the love feast, and
the defiant, sarcastic prod which the
ex-governor gave him in alluding to
him as "that discreet statesman"
created the sensation of the gathering.
tiler is evidently smarting some
what under the shattering of his
own boom, to which he miy credit
the mlluence of Cullom in behalf of
the latter's much-admired friend.
But Fifer seems to have gotten
even for once. The republicans of
Illinois are lor McKinley (or presi
Kansca at his immediate surroundings
was always a characteristic of Flaubert.
Da Camp tells ns that at Croissct he
tlrcamod of travel in the east, and iu
t ho eat-t ho longed passionately for home.
Tho discontent ho felt with everything
around him was part of tho desiro for
spaciousness, for freedom, that was the
concomitant of his malady. Before ho
was SO this nausea at life had already
appeared. "It is strange," he writes to
Du Camp in 1S4G, "that I should have
been born with so little faith in happi
ness. When I was rraito young, I had a
completo presentiment of life. It was
liko an odor of unpleasant cooking es
caping by a ventliole. Ono does not
need to havo eaten of it to know that it
will mako ono vomit." In a letter writ
ten when ho was less than IS to Eruest
Chevalier we get tho same curious mix
tnro of irony and disgust tho distcm
per of Rousseau mingled with the laugh
ter cf Rubeluis that we find in his
later lifo. "I dissect unceasingly ; that
auiusCH mc, and when at last I havo dis
covered corruption in what was thought
pure, when I havo found gaugrcne in
some lovely thing, I lift up my head
To Muic. X. hewroto in 181G: "I
have never seen nu infant without think
ing that one day ho would be an old
man, nor a rradlo without dreaming of
a tomb. Tho contemplation of a woman
sets mo musing of her skeleton. It is on
this account that joyful sights mako me
sad and sad ones scarcely affect me.
When I had a family, I often
wished I had it not, in order to be more
free, to go and live in China or among
savages. Now that I no longer havo a
family I regret it, and I cling to the
walls where its shadow still lingers."
We all know that any tired mnsclc
can be restored by rest. Your stom
ach has a muscle. Dyspepsia is its
manner of saving "I am tired. Give
mc rest." To rest the stomach you
must do its work outside of the body,
This is the Shaker's method of
curing indigestion, and its success is
best attested by the fact that these
people are practically free from what
is without doubt the most prevalent
of all diseases. The Shaker Diges
tive Cordial not only contains di
gested food which is promptly ab
sorbed without taxing the tired di
gestive organs, but it is likewise an
aid to the digestion of other foods in
the stomach. A 10-ccnt trial bottle
will convince you of its merit, and
these you can obtain through all
Laxol is the best medicine for chil
dren. Doctors recommend it in
place of Castor Oil.
I'llra! I'lleal mieat
Dr. WUltani' Indian rile Ointment will enre
blind bleeding, aleeratcd and itchiag piles. It
absorbs the tumors, allay the itching at once.
acts a a poultice, (fives Instant relief. Or. Wil
liams' Icdiaa Pile Ointment is prepared only for
pile and itehme of the nrlrate parts, and no thing
eiaa. (Tcry box la guaranteed. Bold by drng-
Fteta. rant by mail, for 59 cents and fl per box.
William Manafacttirin? company. Proprietors,
Cleveland, Ohio. Bold by T. B. Ttomaa.
The worst cases of rheumatism can
bo cured by Kidney knra. We guar
'AN ABTI4T If CKIXE.
PRANKS OP SCOTTISH FAIRIES.
A Firm Belief In the "Fair Folk" Still
There still lingers a widespread belief
in the north of Scotland that the "fair
folk," or "gweed neebors, " as the fairiea
are called, still live in the bills, and
during the first days of convalescence a
mother must bo zealously guarded lest
one of the "wee people" come and rob
the child of its nourishment. Some
times they succeed ia carrying off the
mother. Here is one of tho superstitious
A north country fisher had a fine
child. One evening a beggar woman
entered the hut and went up to the
cradle to gaze into tho eyes of the babe.
From that time good health left it, and
a strange look camo iuto its face, and
the mother was troubled. Au old man
begging for food passed that way. When
he caught sight of the child, he cried :
"That's nao a bairn. It's an imago.
and tho gweed folk has storm - his
Thereupon lie set to work to recall
the fisher 's bairn. A peat fire was heaped
high on the hearth aud a black hen held
over it at such a distanco that it was
singed aud not killed. After some strug
gling the hen escaped rip the lam. A
few moments elapsed, aud then tho par
ents were gladdened by tho sight of a
happy expression once nioro on the
child's face. It throve from that day
forward. Scottish Review.
A Dos Parse Snatcher.
Pointer dogs can always bo trained to
steal. Many of them are natural thieves
without training, and any of tho species
can bo taught. Thero is a dog of this
kiud in northwest W ashmgton. He will
pick up anything he can find around a
yard or ontsido of a store, but his spe
cialty is ladies' poeketbooks and hand
bags. When he sees one of these, he
grabs it and runs, always succeeding in
getting out of sight bofore he can be
captured or followed. No owner has
ever been seen, hence no complaints
have been made at police headquarters,
but there is but little doubt, if it were
possiblo to follow the animal, that it
would ba fouud that ho has been care
fully trained as a purse snatcher and
that he takes his booty home to his
master. He seems to be aware that he is
doing wrong, jumping fences and dodg
ing aronud houses when running away.
A question of fashions is now bcins
discussed in Pans with great vivacity.
It is a question of stockings, and of
oourso there is much in it. Tho discus
sion was begun by Gabriel Prevost, the
art critic, m a paper vehemently de
nouncing black stockings on the ground
that they are utterly inartistic and have
"an attenuating effect." It seems Pre
vost is a critic of high degree and hid
opinion on this important subject was
of sufficient weight to disturb the equi
lihriuiu of all Paris. Interviews with
many artists, actresses and literary men
on tho subject have lieen published, but.
liko every other question widely dis
cussed, it has become a muddle. It has
been noted that in tho whole controversy
so far no ono has advocated whito stock
ings. The prevailing dogma among ac
tresses is that black is tho only classical
color. We must let it go at that. Per
haps everything classic has an attenuat
ing effect. Paris Letter.
From a letter written bv Rev. J.
Gundcrman, of Dimondalc, Mich., we
are permitted to make this extract
"I have no hesitation in recommend.
ing Dr. King's New Discovery, as the
results are almost marvelous in the
case of ray wife. While I was pastor
of the Baptist church at Rivcs'junc-
tion she was brought down with
pneumonia succeeding la grippe
Terrible paroxysms of coughing
would last hours with little interrup
tion, ana it seemed as if she couid
not survive them. A friend recom
mended Dr. King's New Discovery;
it was quick in its work and highly
satisfactory in results." Trial bot
tles free at Ilartz & Ullemcyer's drug
store. Keguiar size ouc and f 1.
S. F. Fritz, of 677 Sedgwick street,
Chicago, says: "I had a severe cough
which settled on my lungs. I tried
a number of advertised remedies and
also placed myself under treatment
of several physicians, with no bene-
ht. 1 was recommended to try lo.
ley's Honey and Tar. With little
expectation of getting relief, I pur
chased a Dottle. 1 had taken but few
doses when I felt greatly improved
I was enabled to sleep, spitting of
Diooa ceased, and by the time 1 had
taken the second bottle I was entire
ly well. It saved my life." For
sale by M. F. Bahnsen's drug store.
Subscribe for The Argus.
because of a run-down
condition of the sys
tem, and is not affect
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medicines, will yield
because it gives
strength to the weak
ened body and enables
it to throw off disease
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tiii! the k'J?MjT Uno-.. th Mi. U
ture fnndow. M:.r. Is of the M e
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THE SISTERS GEHRUE
Jlirect frrm tho Alhnmhru, I.r.ndon.
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C , R. I. ifc P. train a'ter nerf;ir ranrn flTH tr.. t
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Pricee SI. Tic. Site and 23c.
Seats at Fluke 1 kurednv n oraln - T. li-i w.
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and please the ladies.
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AXD HOUSES TO KENT. ;
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Dare on hand 40 lot ta Font Rock bland on
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A comber 9 niaou of property in tim icur for
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COR WFNT-8 AC"ES O? LAVD. WITH
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itTATED EiOGEYENTS BY A CERTI-
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TV ILL PAY FQriVAT.EST (IT ALM'8T
new furnf nie of f:5 D'-r month f Ix ai.i
htlA tw.i room 'or inree pert"st;ir.t end lao
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nARRY B IUViN.TiHA'.ER IM SEW A5D
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WASTED MS WTIO WII.T. WORK FOR
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Dr. Miller's Year Book.
Golden Words For Daily CounseL
Address by H. Dromond.
Spirit of Love, by Frederick D. Maurice.
There Go the Ships, by C. H. Spurgeon.
Selected Poems of Elizabeth Barrett Browning.
Build in (r of Character, bv by Rev. J. K. Miller.
Silent Times, by Rev. J.R. Miller.
Helen Jack son's Poems.
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Richard II. Davis. As Others Saw Him A Retros
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The Day of Anld I-ang Svnrj A continuation t.f Itenide
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Grant Allen. The Comedy of Sentiment, by Dr."Ma
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