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THE ARGPB, TUESDAY, JANUARY 26. 1897.
Faallabed Di'li aad kU: t 1M Baaond
fUm . ttook I.lani. I.. Soured at th ot-
ifflcerr M ,r.'l-c! r"tter.J
J Vi". P.iiTE.l
TKKMI-Oii:, 10 MM ! week. Weekly,
t- 00 pet wrnim: la aJtance 51 50.
AJ c lew on of po'it'.caler arrnmenta
HMbaraeur, poUUoal or raltloa. naat bam
real r . i attacked for publication. No rnofc
article v.'.;; be pr --A over nctlUoo tigaataraa
Conjjc-:.iler.oe tollcitcd from every towiwhlp
In Foe r: : ' S coanty.
TCESOAT, January 26, 1897.
Lo:; V. BTBfBUK enjoys the hon
or oi" being the first native born gov
trnor Mil - uri tver had.
What has become of Billy MasoD?
Ha he dropped oat of sight so soon,
nr ii he making up a new batch of
THE St. Lnui Ucpublic holds that
coniijtrnt caricacuriiUs should de
pict "Ice-wagon" John Sherman's
aena r ! shoes as Arctics.
1 1 1X1 MasOK is a great joker, but
heenn t il the ieRowi downatWash
int't t that his election was no joke.
Keok jii Consi.itution-Dsmocrat.
Th.: question now is whether the
president-elect will be permitted to
chno " bis own secretary of the treas
ury from Illinois, or will the ma
ebine force Callona on- him tu make
waj foe John Riley Tanner.
What lb Wilson Hill Haellone.
The foreign trade statement for
December and the calendar year 1896
is the most favorable ever issued
from the treasury department. Ex
ports . I mer( Iiandise during Decem
ber ex eded imports by the large to
tal or 169,271,098, anithis brings the
i f r the vear in favor of the
Ual 3 ites np to the extraordinary
total of t:S2.r, !-'-'. 184 Comparisons
5 are as follows:
lUll'. Is (lilt is...
Total import. ..
1 1 ,006318.417
:r.'l .!!. "iiSI
. :i-1 SI ft, 1X1
SS H is
The Springfield Republican notes
that this record of 18'j5 represents
the largest total of exports and the
larg'"-'. favorable balance ever attain:-!
a calendar year. The near
' - ich to the export total was
ii . -01 tha year of the big
iriii crop and high prices on ac
oi short crops in Knrope when
tbe merchandise exports rose to
79 9,646, rml the nearest ap
proach i i the favorable balance of
: 26.000,000 wis made in 17,
porta e:;cecded imports bv
Th( sh nin;; is the most extraord
inary wh ii it is considered that the
country !ii been favored the past
tar bj no very largo crops of the
I t!!i!o staples, and by no
in high prices for such
staples, xcept in the case of wheat,
where the crop was small and the
comparatively moderate advance in
price did not set in until late in the
The gain in the export
trade oame from the general cause of
I ea, and was participated ia
" aa innfacturrrs to as. marked a de-
' agricultural products,
feature to be noted is the
.f imports, to the level of
i. 233, which ia the smallest
me of merchandise imports rc
c rd ' if any calendar year sirjee
.i;h tho sicgle exception of
A: ! wt in the face of this, the
most remarkably favorable trado
atat nt ever issued this extraor
dinary small volume of imports,
this nm qualed volume of exports for
a calendar year, and this unprece
dented favorable trade balance wo
arc told that the low tariff is at fault,
and tl St the congress of tfce nation
muat be summoned in extra session
to pnl up tho custom rates and stop
the al 1 deluge of imports which
is pr tl iting industry and piling
indebfdneaa to the outside
S; :l ftavrn and culpin.
It is ic common habit of fashes, in
Wall ? other fishes as food, to anal
lovr tl il lad first. The fish's spines
nud fins i th down toward the tail,
r.nd if ' fish were swallowed Mil tirst
tho spin i and fins would spread nut and
catch in the awallower'a thro.tE and
- v c
. , Trama unucr me etnngent
;-. .. :. -doyem.nentphyaiciaxs
fcj A MJillAn W1
XTorlU rcnoxncil ! IJomarkaNT Fnrcespfat !
tOnlro -i ': 'vliti Trade Mark' Anchor.
IK. Hi- ht.-T.VlG.,Sliriar!St., Nrw VorS.
'' H:i:4FT AaVAM)&-
B lOt....m, AnAlim.
j A to . -i. Laio: eed & recommended by
KlS - rrESS 182S aecordare
'i. . hwi Verona av?:me.
ATVrilOU" SITO.MArnAI, beat fori
choke it, pernaps, to death, as has not
In a tank at the aqaarinm is a sea
raven 14 or 10 inches long. Like all sea
raTens, it has a hig head and an enor
mous mouth for a Bah cf its siz?. In the
same tank ig a Banians, pcrh:.ps a fnct
long and a little ateahtaer than the sea
raven. The two were lying on the bot
tom of the tank the o:hcr day, the ecqI
piu just ahead of the sea raven and
wagging its tail idly in the sea raven's
face. Whether the esa raven was in
censed by this or the motion simpiy
suggested a chance for a square meal
without hunting for it, it would be im
possible to determine, but the next time
the scnlpiu's tail came by the sea raven
detained it, and then it began to swal
low the scnlpin tail first.
The sja raven had taken in four-fifths
of the BOalpia, about all bat its bead.
The sculpiu, too, has a great bead for a
fish of its tize, but the sea raven, with
its capaeious mouth, would have got it
down a!l right and swallowed tbe entire
lish bin foe the short, stout spines that
the u ni pin bus, one on each side of its
head. These now spread out and settled
in the corners of the sea raven's jaws,
't was like spreading a stick across the
U )ui!i of a pit. It vas quite impossible
fur the sea raven to .swallow the sculpiu
any fart her. In fart, its only desire now
was to get rid of it, and, helping itself
a little with some slight wrigglings,
the sculpin was soon free again and
ewimuiing about. New York can.
Illimrn QtSMki Army.
Gz'.r',-irs. ills.. Jar.. 2C Preparattoam
are b rias made to entertain the dole
end the hosts of their bkaM
who are to attend th annual enai.ip
nie.it which Is to ke hehl h-re May 4.
5 an ! O. Miron Rkoatea is e!ir.!rniaii of
the executive committee. with Ph-i P st.
Jr.. son of General P"t. aV i sseal. as
a-t;TiK secretary. I.ai... v. flaaliw is
on the er.tertainiciE; committe-'. CetaaMl
u s. Lambert, kf. 1.. h.:d.-- the racep
tion conaastttae. F. A. l'ri-.-r lj chair
man of the eamp-Are committee, anl
Henry Krr.iirh. editrr at Th" Plain
deaier.:schair::ian of the Invitation corn-n-.it:ee.
R;!i!nay Eaawaaaaaaial BSxaJawaani
Chfeaajo, Jan. X, The interstate eom
merce comiwlaahai has isu-ci us report
on the tecome aeeoamt of th - aaarwaaja
of the united States for the year eariasi
June 39, 189C. Th total pro earnings
Of Ihe roaahi wire fi lit .an .fiat This is
at the rate of Ba.SfJ jier mile. an,l it is a
better showlua; than in MS OC 1V4. al
thcuph it fal! betoar the reeoed Cm tw.i
yearn prereeillna UM. )pt raiinp; expenses
were $754.f71.".l.".. r ?4.."sn por mile.
aaaaa To !! Aiiie to i-y ut.
Chicago. Jan. 28. -An inventory of the
asest?-- and Ha ailitlm of the insolvent
American Brew has, Malting and Kleva
tor company, which was dragged under
by the collapse of tbe National Hank of
Illinois, was Bled yesterday ly the as
signee, Chicago Title and Trust com
pany. The total asm ts are si h duled at
$1,307. 761. and the liaMHties at JS9,a33,
one of th items being JJi!;.".ij0 due to
the National Hank of Illinois.
Mrs. McKiulry Leaves Canton.
Canton, Jan. .6. The west-hound
Pennsylvania train last night carried
Mis. AIcKinley and sister, Mrs. M. C.
Barhet, and Captain Heistand as pas
sengers to Chicago. They arc to be the
guests of Captain and Mrs. M Williams.
A Tennessee delegation was here yes
terday to speak for H. Clay Kvans for
a cabinet place.
Died on a Lake Shore Train.
Buffalo. Jan. 26. On the Lake Shore
train which arrived here at 7:7,0 o'clock
yesterday morning was the corpse of
Charles V. Finn, a passenger from
Partridge. Pine county, Minn., who had
died in hi? berth about 6 : no a. m.. while
the train was between Erie and Dun
kirk. Report of (tie -It Is Said" Man.
Columbus. O., Jan. 26. Senator Fora
ker is said to have prevailed upon Gov
ernor ISushnell to make Lieutenant Gov
ernor Ara W. Jones the Bneceaeaf of
Senator Sherman In case the latter re
signs. Denonnce Jones Proposal.
Rolse, Ida.. Jan. 2fi. Sixteen of the
eighteen Democrats in the legislature
have sent a dispatch to Chairman Jones
denouncing his proposition fur the Dem
ocrats to vote for Dubois for senator.
Fifteen I'lares. a, .-. Aspirants.
SprinRfield. Ills., Jan. 26. Governor
Tanner has lifteen appointments to im
portant positions to make. To fill these flf
teenplacestherehavebeenupto date up
ward of S.r.oo applications.
AVlierrabonts of Maxiiao Gomez.
Havana. Jan. 26. Maximo Gomez is
now reported to Ik? in the vicinity of
Sancti Spiritus. province af Santa Clara,
with the members of the insurgent gov
ernment. Your Boy Won't Live a Month.
So Mr. Oilman Brown, of 34 Mill
street. South (iardner, Mass., was
told by the doctors. His son had
lung trouble, following typhoid ma
laria, and he spent 375 with doc
tors, who finally gave him np. say
ing: "Your boy won't live a
month." He tried Dr. King's New
Discovery and a few bottles restored
him to health and enabled him to go
to work a perfectly well man. He
says he owes his present rood health
- wi ur. run-- s .ew llis
covery. and knows it to be the best
in the world for lnng trouble. Trial
bottles free at Hartz & Ullemever's
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 reme
dies and also placed myseif under
treatment of several physicians, with
no benefit. I was recommended to
try Foley's Honey and Tar. With
little expectation of getting relief, I
purchased a bottle. 1 had taken bnt
few doses when I felt gftatly im
proved: I was enabled to sleep, spit
ling of blood ceased, and bv the
time I had taken the second bottle I
was entirely well. It saved my life."'
Sold by M.'F. Bahnaen.
Children Cry for
It Grraa Tm Plrwnr to Publish tba fol
All worren sufferinjr from any form
of illness peculiar to their sex are re
quested to communicate promptly with
Mrs. Pinkham. at Lynn, Mas. All
letters are re sv, ceived, opened.
read and an fic cv swered by women
only. LJ A woman can
freely talk of
illness to a
fidence has in
duced more than
100.000 women to
write Mrs. Pinkham for
advice during the last lew months.
Think what a volume of experience
she has to draw from ! No physician
living cv,t treated so many cases cf
female ills, and from this vast experi
ence surely it is more than possible
she has gained the very knowledge
that will help your ease.
She glad to have rou write or call
upon her. You will lind her a woman
full of sympathy, with a Treat desire to
assist th .se who arL sick. If her medi
cine i3 not what you need, she will
frankly keH yon so. aaal there are nine
chances oat of ten that she will tell
you exact'y what to do for relief. She
as:.- nothing in return except your
pood w.l. and her advice has relieved
Surely, any ailinrf woman, rich or
poor, is very fooli-h if she does not
take advantage of this g-encrocs offer
Never 'in the lifatoijl of BBBaSefM hr
the ateaaand for one particular reran!;,
for female aaneaaea i pa Deal that at
tained by Lydia E. Fliialiaart Vege
table Geanamand, and never in tba
history oi Mrs. PladthaaBftl wonderful
Compound has th desnaaai for it been
so pre::-, a.-, il is to-day.
WAMTO) THHEF. liOOD UENTLIOfEM
aaeaaaal aaaa, Appiy at s-.'ll Fourth
avenue between I :ino I p
Wurm TO MOXKV OH BU
raonds. w.:iehe- jewelry luirrlware.
Baarieal faaatfsjaaenta, bieiuisa aaataaaB, dry
poods. furniture, ear H irhest e;.i1 prices
pa'd br see.icd liand -m mIxii a.i mnds al-o
The !). e f.H. for -ale at half the usual
tore tir.cri liisineslran--icl-'n -?rletly
crtident,al. Hi- new number ana local h n
It!' K.iKhteenth streets Hon'i forpei ,i J W
XflOR KENT - SKVKX hKM HOI'SF. ON
-- Seeond avenue; nioden. conveniences:
atso six room house, by K V. Ilurst
f!ORSALK-TirtJEF: il.'T! :.s btgobbAm
& Bum man
FOR BALE OS TK ADC- 1MB ill I I J
eery -tuck at T clfth Sitee; (or small
house and lot. Api'ly ,n feemises.
SALESMAN WANTEn ALL OVER THE
United States for tMe new addine ma
chine, required in rverv office, store and fac
tory: price very lo S: inJard Tradins Com
pany. 130 Firl'.on street New York. N" Y
GET THE BEST
All TforV 3-,1-aatee-J
t09 THI8D AVENllr
Cream Balm catarrh
Is quickly absorld
Cleanses th Natal
Tain and Ir.rlnmma
tion. HeaN all the
Sores. Paataaai the
llembrane from Ad
ditional Cold. Ke
storea the Senses of
Taste and Smell,
tiives relief at nnre
and it wiil cere.
A particle la apt : I'd dlrectlr into th- aaalflla
aaa sgiecaril. Price Ml al draaalat or by ataiL
KLY DR.TU SRs, X amn street. Sew Trrk
White Seal saloon
1815 Second Avenue.
for pcrit-7 , aad for laiproveiseBt
plexioa nothing eqaali Puxaosi
rr.i -a 7
Spot Cash Department
For our great January Iovcntnry
sale, which is now on. and will
cn!y las', until tbe balance of this
month. The uestlon of real value
or cost does not enter into our cal
culation on Cloaks, .larkets and
Furs, as our entire line must be
disposed of at some price, and to
make rooni for our big Import line
of Srrin:: Goods which are ahead
purchased, and must be put some
where in our over crowded More.
We are crowdtd tor space and win
ter goods must go Hlanket-.
Wcolens, etc. at -ome price.
Dress Goods, Silks and Velvets.
Remnant Sale Daring our preat
January Clearing Sale, we liod ther
is an accnmnlation nf remnants in
Dress Goods, Silks and Velvete. To
more than quicken tbe sale
many will be soid for one-quarter,
one-third and one-half their hot
cost. All jnu-t be turned iato cash.
Special lot of 3S-inrh. all wool
fancy Suitings, Cheeka. Velvets, etc..
always 50c and C2c p:r yard,
now your choice, per jard . . 29c
One lot of doable fold fancy
l'laids, your choice, per yard. 12'C
Fancy Plaids. Word and Silk,
have beea 98c and tl 25 per
yard, yoar choice, yard DC
Odd Far Muffs, consiating of black
coneya. opossnm, wool seal, French
seal and astrikahn now 50 per cent
off. Just think, only oae-half the
Ladies' and Gents' Furnishings.
Men's felt wnrkino- MiMnnn
per pair 8c
Men's Gloves and Mittens, lined,
si wars ;l5c. now vnur eh ,ici-
Men's outside working Shirts, good
uualitv cheviot, chean at . 'ie.
your choice 28c
Men's fleeced lined working shirt
t'o:d values at 75?. now
Kemember we are in tbe candv
business and our sales are increasing
(i'.im Drnm all this & . ..
l -- -- "
per poand oC
Bast American mixed candy,
per pnnnd 8C
Best Caramels, oar own
manufacture per pound. . 10c
Best Chocolate Cream Dtope. al
ways 40c per pound, here,
per pound ... 15c
We are just ia receipt of aa iavoi.
of a second shipment of tho daiaty
Stock Patterns of Diaaer Warn, of
which we had such a ran daring th
holidays. The ware ia of tke nacat
Porcelain and iaas light aa the fleet
china. Krmember that yon eaa
purchase nay aaaabar of pieeaa and
march if broken. We alee place on
sale for this woek a haeliae of White
Dinner Ware Price cat to the very
Plates, eased, each
Plate, medium, each . .
Piatea. large, eeeh
. . . . - - - t . . .
'rx n xetaii.a iiaae. eaca .c
ptn Bow . iare. each 7r
Hiattere. large, eaek lac
Tea Co pi bam Saucer, ret set . Sac
Sauce Boat, each . . lac
Pickle IMsbe. each. ..
Water Pitchirs. each 10c
N B. Prompt aad careful atten
tion given to mail ordera.
s5jafygseaj?yjyotrytfsf bi :
bdJOUIB t Mb COMBS,
1 ProfessionaJ RarilsTI
Attoraer at Law
1: : a-,
f""-Ki' a Ma'lb'. .u.,T
.... ..H m .0 i-e.
JACKSON 4k Hl'BST,
Attoraer a: Law
Iiaal N.t'oaa: Bask
flee over I :T
WILLIAM L LUDOI.PH.
Attoraer at Law.
Money 10 lytsa Ceaeral luteal ltu.'
ne Notary l0Nle I an Her. hi arc
nue II l ira block
a 1. watca
SWEENEY & WALKER.
A Hornets aod otiaeeUor at Law
Office in rtenrstoa Btoek.
CHARLES J. SEARLE,
I Attoraer at Law.
1 x uttemie.- rtie . Atinrnet -T
' ! ' " :y -e 'err , ,.,v
M KXlRY A MrEMRY.
Itan tr.onet nn
cciaweaaaws Keterrnee. MHebeli a
' fmar .n- ' ,-e M Th. .. a
i 4 mle Itolldnur
C. I- SILVIS.
rter Kreil Math KW
DR. JOHN E HAWTHORNE.
, i-arlor over llartr A
I 1 unvtn iru,
, awl Tarn-ietn M
DP. J. D. I'SAKfisr.
-r n.Kjm K Whitaaer lnr
rni-r Third aod IM-adt street Detwa- fj
DR. CHAS. It. ROBERTSON.
) 1 ' 1 -ar. None and Throat Only
3 oeiee Vh"i laker Rloek autae
9 isirorr of TMrd aad II ady street
j l.iient." 1,1m I, - m- i: and I-
s Hours: V 10 II a n . I u 1 p a
Ptivsielao and Bunco..
H irs: II Ulil a..! h, I n
rase of Reel earn
1 .. 1 .
. anal I .
eat S r -
Rnomti. ntienen a Lyaaa aanidiav
S 1-00 ml iioor
GEO. P. STAL'DUHAR.
Ilacs and aoawraMeajawat Bar aB
fiw of ii ar Mawat M HaBHIi
I I OBI.-
HENRT CAETJE. Prop.
.ZuRene J. Burns
Buy, St!l und Msaage
property. Collect Keass.
The old tire and time
tried compaoys rcpre
seated. Rates at low
a swy reliabie company
Attorrer at Ij
' oiieetum A react
serowl at roue
'at newer aM BaMtaaa er aa Kaa
When you want
-: ri f " '
Health ' the Sursblne of Home Have vt got
It? If not. consult
Drs. Walsh & Walsh, Specialists
H the CMoaro StwHtejai MM i
PR. T. M. WAt.eH
U ii'l rt' m.aac wr
WW ... J.tfM
NERVOUS DEBILITjr ExhaaaU. drataa. aleopleeaniaa. threatmr 1.
aaattl. eiaa rwiare ns oaa. aaiaawuB. er aa waaaaua eaa u aerveva naaai'iai
ATARRH Drarwmaia., Aataaaa, Rbeimatlaaa Scrnfnia. 8Tphll!a, Bl id,
I.dnn. U au( tt. 4'Mn a W (jiHii an araa.ll unC ti mu a, aw a'
tat Vf rte
U - o j, 1
'ARICHCELK I the moat art It.
aaaaaaa wnm eoaee ea r-ar eo
WOMEN .safferlnc from :iranj pnrn liar to their at i t-i 'u I d Pfinaalt aa
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)LU ( hi. !!. n 11 i.s an ! i . nm,. i.ita awa afaa Bant Tin ,. ,. u aa-
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" aaaae w.k.au awet
Or-UCK 14 W. Tairl St.. HeCnUaas. BaiWlne. .,uBPort, tone.
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NsbwW Piotur Houldtnsj Just tarn.
Adams Wall Paper Os
j.rir -t for
Jto. 3aod 314
8EIVEB9 at AKrLIf
CONTRACTORS and BL'lLDhKS.
A ult that will be a bumi
(or ffj. fit ard v rkmao-
h'p. Doru'i ia the place to
buy He it up to thr timet,
kr.ows whe c o buy the fab
ric t the rifc.ht pfUei and
tji t .
mismii jiiu top ana Heavy
overcoats are what dressy men
are looking for. In making up
he Irada them all. and you get
your mon y't worth In trimmirgi.
I)jn t f.nget to I oV at Dora's
line before you ord r.
DORN THE TAILOR
wnaaora - Jr loea Hi la L.vrticrt.
DR. 4. R. W m nil.
law at Ok'.oaa&. tni aerl r - am
a. aaawaa. Wwmml.
oar a. of
utj .VMlity Why troat
ti U IB
vea auat a ran an jn ..ui
ONLV CUBA BLR CABattl TAKEB v
" n.ramaataBB BBwW at Sa a. Sj a eaaaai
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