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THE ARGUS. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 7, 1896.
THE ARGUS. MtMlMr WMklv all ISM laiasa, Bocklalaod. W. Xntarsd at U J. W. POTTIt FUBUIHSB. TOMS Daily. 10 cants par VNk. Waaklj, IM mar una; la advaaea, f LH. AH aoBBaateatloM of a critical or argaaaaata. W sasfactar. political or tcllgloaa. Mat aavs raal hum attaebad for publication. Ho rack sjttala ana bsprlntaa over Bcttnons atfnataras. Canaapoadaaca solidtad tnm avary lowoahtp ia Boa IaMsd coast?. Fkidax, February 7, 1896. Tarra la a Homier resident. Bra Harrisoa'a nia name, ' Wao rafaacd 'o raa for president Ba'a aftar othar gams. The key of Llbbv prlaoa and the flsjf which floated over the prison re preserved in the Soldiers' Memo- , rial hail at Katland, vt. A fiO-roor granite shaft, the long est piece of granite ever taken out of a oairrr In Vermont, an nnarrlod at Barra a few dava aero. n A womaw working in a factory at Colom a, Mich., for 75 cents a day. last week fall hair to a fortnnn nf $62,000 through the death of an nncie in uermany. Mrs. Jon: Peyton, of Orange. Vt. will attain her hundredth birthday next month. She has a son 80 years oio. wno is station agent on the rail road at a place near her home. Ue was appointed agent 43 years ago R. L. Kerb, of Monmouth, Is one or scleral heirs who claim a one. fourth interest In a Yaluable tract of land in the heart of the citr of St. Louis. It is situated on Jefferson avenue and the Interest is said to be worth 173.000,000. Their ancestor. Samnel Kerr, held a one-fourth part of the original patent issued by King ueorge nnaer a ate oi uarcn 14, 1714. Mr. Kerr Is a carriage top maker. THE nawananera of a tnurn onrroct ly, says the Jersey villo Journal, are us tooting glasses, it is mere you see yourselves as others see you. Thev are the reflex of a town. If the town is doing business the newspa pers win snow it in tneir advertising columns. If tbo merchants are spir itless, shiftless fellows, whose stores are jungles of junk and jam, the newspapers will show it by the lack oi space taaen. ii you want the worm to anow you bave a live town you can only let it be known through the newspapers. A bright newspa per, well patronized by the business men of the town, commands thn r- spoct for the place in which it is printed. The above is true the conn. try over and requires no special ap plication anywnere lor a aemonstra tion. Tha Dignity of tbo Seaata. Lontrrin CoartaT-Joarnal. Senate document No. 1 of the Fifty-fourth congress is a very inter esting publication, which is a strong assertion to make of any congres sional publication. Yet we "state but tbe facts," as Truthful James would put it. The document in question shows the expenditures of the senate out side of the pay of members and off! cers. the cost of light, fuel and, in snort, every description of legiti. irate expense. Among the items in this document are 16.600 grains of quinine, five pounds of brema-lithia, cases of tromo-arsenic water, thou sands of bottles of mineral water, hundreds of boxes of lemons, tons of sugar, great numbers of pocket- boobs, at irom m to aiv eacn, card cases, manicure sets, watches and many other articles. But what ought to touch the nerve of tbe taxpayer most strongly is the expenditure for hundreds of Imported English pock- et-knives. Just think of it. Tbe senate of the United States. with Its tender feeling for the American workingman, wttb its fixed conviction that American cutlery la the best in the world, ending to perfidious Albion for pocketknives to be carried In the pockets of tbe friends and promoters of American industries! And to be paid for by the United States, there by surrendering the revenue afforded by the tariff on them at a time when senators say that more revenue Is our chief concern. The snm total of all these purchases was 9163.921. or an average of 91.900 to the senator. This expense is in addition to the pay and mileage. It Is difficult to understand why the United States should furnish senators with mineral water, pocket books or manicure sets. Bat if it is the duty of the taxpayers to provide these articles why not pay for their champagne, cigars, terrapin and canvas-back ducks? If we intend to keep our house of lords in lordly style, let ns accomplish the task without any disgraceful parsimony. Qninine and bromo-arsenio water are no fit tonics for senators. Let them have strychnine, and plenty of It. and should they get an overdose, tbere Is no expenditure which the taxpayers would more willingly Incur than that for a number of funerals from the present senate. Borae interesting statements made by Owen Wister concerning tbe east and tbo west are quoted by Mr. Arthur Sted man In a sketch of the young author "One thing I bave noticed," said Mr! Wister, "regarding the east and the Jt ean be expressed, briefly, al- thougb It win require explanation after ward. In saying that the head of the country seams to be in tbe east while the heart seems to be in the west, I may perhaps mean that the west seems cruder, although I never phrase it to myself in just that way, but in travel ins about there one is struck continual ly with the kindness of everybody and with their interest in all people who are in trouble. Their knowledge and good feeling also are not confined to their own part of the country and what is going on tbere, whether it be pros perity or adversity, but their interest extends to the east That is to say, if yon go to uncago or San Francisco. or wherever the centers of population are, yon will find that most people you talk with are familiar with things in new York and tbe east, and are inter ested to know what New York and oth er large eastern cities are doing, while, on the other hand, when you return from western regions to New York and Philadelphia, people in those cities seem very much less concerned with other parts of the country and are more con corned with their own immediate sur roundings and life almost, I should say, the least national, although far more civilized. " New York Tribune. Cra "Elagy" or "Stone Rtrar." During Rosecrans' campaign in Ten nessee the question arose as to whether he would rather be a poet or a victor. Mr. J. R. Gilmore relates the incident in the Louisville Courier-Journal On tlio following day I rode out with Rosecrans, General Garfield, then his chief of staff, several others officers and a squad of about 100 men to Grantlands, the birthplace and home of Miss Mur freo, the well known author, but then occupied by General Sheridan as his headquarters. As we entcrod the forest inclosing the town Garfield broke out with Lowell's poem, "I do believe in freedom's cause, his words being echoed back from the great spreading trees and set to the mu sio of 1 00 horses' heels. He had scarcely euaea wnen ueneral Kosecrans told how Zcklo crvp' up, quite unbeknown. And pwkwl in thru the winder, Whilo there ant Huldy all alone '1th no ono nigh to hinder. "What would yon give to have writ ten that?" he csked as be finished the recitation, "All the castles lever built in the clouds," I replied. "So would I," said Rosecrans. "Yon know what Wolfe said before his great victory.'" "That he would rather have written Gray's 'Elegy' than take Quebec. Would yon huve said that before Stone River?" Ho hesitated a moment, then answer- ed, "No, for we need victories more than poems. " :i Feaaanta' Superstitions. Now and then, not often, ghostly an pearancos or sounds aro explained to the peasant s satisfaction. Thus in the conn ry oi uaruam "uanriers bounds" were fur long, long years believed to shriek and howl through the air on dark nights and to forebode death to him who heard and saw them. But prosaio modern re search has proved tbem to be nothing bnt flocks of wild geese migrating south ward on the approach of winter and choosing dark nights for their journeys. similarly the ghost of Irbydale, in the Lincolnshire wolds, a goblin who terri fled travelers at night with its heart rending cries, and who was said to be a witch who had been worried to death by dogs in a long past age, has been shown to be nothing but an owL On the other hand, no true Cornishman will ever be induced to relinquish the be lief that the spirit of Kins Arthur still haunts the ruins of Tintagel in the snape of a white choucb, and assured W the many English families who possess a wnite bird or omen, such as that which Mr. John Oxenham saw in "West ward. Ho I" cling firmly to the tradition If not to tbe belief in it. And so, ghosts or no ghosts, the pcei tion is Just the same at the end of the nineteenth century as at the end of the eighteenth all argument is against them, and if all belief is not for them a very great deal more is than people like to acknowledge. Chambers' Journal PrealdentS and Humor. Washington was the era vent man of the whnla nation. The tradition of him ia that he waa aercr Known to laugh ana Beldam suen to smile. nam on ucraid. If there is such a tradition in Boston. it is at variance with lots of history, and aisowitn reminiscences which men who knew George Washington left behind them. Tbe Father of His Country was not devoid oi humor, and tbere were oc casions when he indulged in fun. Tbe Boston Herald describes him as "gravity embodied," a description which is in complete, and which can not be applied to all the hours of his life. He was among the noblest of mankind, and he had a good share of virtuous enjoyment. in running down the line of presidents Irom Washington to bis more recent suc cessors, tbe Boston Herald says: 'Andrew Johnson could not recognize Humor when be saw it " We need only remark that our Boston contemporary could not have been ac quainted with the North Carolina and Tennessee tailor who became president of tbe United States. The Boston Herald remarks further that President Garfield was a man who 'had no taste for fun." It is certain that our Boston contemporary never spent a day, passed an evening or held a dialogue with General James A. Gar field. New York Sun. Should know that Foley's Honey and Tar is absolutely the best remedy for all diseases of the throat, chest or inngs. ueaiera are authorised to guarantee it to give satisfaction in all cases. 60 cents. For sale at M. r. Bahnsen's drug store. Pitcher's Caetorla. Children Cry for A THEORY. Why do the violins shudder so When across them is drawn the bow, Bob for anguish and wild despair! Human aouls are imprisoned then. - Soula are ahnt in the violins, -They are tbe souls of Philistines, But the Philistines, row on row, Sonlleaa sit and they do not know. But they brandish their eyeglasses, Btare at each other's evening dues. Scrutinize form or brilliant hue, ' I Bay, "Is it rouge or ia it true?" "Some one waa flat a semitone. And how stout the aoprano'a grown! ' Isn't the bass a dear? And, oh. Do look at Mrs. So-and-so!" Still the musicians play serene. As though Philistines had not been. But their souls in the violins Mourn on bitterly for their sins. Call tbem wildly and call in pain. Call them with longing deep and vain. And with Infinite tenderness. Since they can give them no redress. Since not one of them is aware Bere is be and his soul is there, In the music's divinest chord. Making melody to the Lord. So how often in life and art Soul and body must dwell apart Great is the master's soul, no doubt Twenty Philistines go without. Are we body or are we soul? Little matter upon the whole. Human soul in tho violin. Save me at last, a Philistine! May Kendall. TAYLOR RIDGE TOPICS. Taylor Ridge, Feb. 6. Miss Blanche Hubbard, of this place, and John Layne, ofOeneseo, were married last evening at the home of the bride at 7:30 o'clock. The best wishes of their many friends go with them to their new abode. Rev. H. J. Houck, pastor of the Taylor Ridge Baptist church, con templates holding a series of meet ings commencing Feb. 12 and contin uing four weeks. The well known Brother Williams will be in attend ance to conduct the meetings the first two weeks, if not longer. George Bloom expects to move his family from this neighborhood by the first of March. We regret to see them go and shall miss them very much. Lagrippe has been quite prevalent in this vicinity since the holidays, and a great many have suffered with severe colds and hoarseness. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. McCulloch spent Sunday in Milan, where they were called to attend the funeral of Howard McCulloch. SOUTH HEIGHTS. South Heights, Feb. 7. Mrs. August Hansgen has been sick with the grip, but is able to be about again. Miss Mary Harrison was a pleasant caiier nere xuesaay. Mrs. Julia Boll man was reported a uttie better Thursday. Mrs. Swantosh and son have both been sick with the grip. - Miss Norma Hanna is visiting her sister, Mrs. William Bailey. The Review club will meet this evening at the home of Lawrence Paridon. Mrs. Emma Smith, who has been sick for such a lone time, is not Im proving as fast as her friends would wish. Mrs. Jane Hanna, of Colona, made a short visit to relatives bere this week. Her neice, Miss Irvin, accom panied her home. Care for Headache. As a remedy for all forms of head ache Electric Bitters has proved to be the very best. It effects a perma nent cure, and the most dreaded ha bitual sick headaches vield to its in. fluence. We urge all who are af flicted to procure a bottle, and o-ive this remedy a fair trial. In cases of nabitual constipation Electric Bitters cures by eivins the needed tone to the bowels, and few cases long resist tne nse oi tms medicine. Try it once. Large bottles only 50 cents at Hartz & Ullemejer's drug store. Important Facta. If VOU have dull and heavv nain vruBB loreneaa ana a do tit tnn eva- if the nostrils are frequently stopped np and followed bv Hi discharge: if soreness in the nose and uiecumg irom me nostrils is often experienced; if you are very sensitive to cold in the head UHimniniul ritt. headache; then yon may be sure you uave estarrn, ana snonia (immedi ately) resort to Elv's Cream Balm for a cure. The remedy will p-iv- Blaekia and Jowett. There is a storv nf thn inta Pifi r w v answ . Vf AfOaTV macule srandintr in front nf tbn fi t the lodge of Balliol, and shouting out, With a roll of the famous nlairl ana toes of the equally famous wild white uaur, "i snouid like to know what yon Oxford fellows ROT nf nA twfiitMi mv back!" After a moment's pause, Jowett replied mildly, "We don't mention you at all 1" aTa enseal Urn Cared ka at nay. "Mystio Cure" for rhematUm and neuralgia cures in 1 to 3 days. Its action upon the system is remarka ble and mysterous. It removes at once the cause, and tho disease immediately disappearr. The first dose greatly relieves, 75 cents. Sold by utto tirotian, drneeist. Bock Is land and Gust. Schlegel ft Son, 220 west Second street, Davenport. rues! Pllaat Dr. Wllllaau' ladlaa File Ointment win com bad alerting, ulcerated and ttcamg pllea. It abaorbathatiuaors. allays the ttehiag at once, acts aa a poultice, gtm instant relief. Or. WD- ' Indian Pile Omtaent is prepared only lor piaa sad lifting of tk private aarta, and ajethag Srarykoxis guarsntaed. Bold by eraf- iMa, sent ky bvlU. for BO cents and fa par box. WnUaaas aTaaafartatiaf BolS by T, very a weak. INTENSE SUFFERING From Dyspepsia and Stomach Trouble. ' Instantly Relieved and Per - manently Cured by Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets. A New Discovery, But Not a Patent Medicine. - Dr. Bedwell relates an interesting account of what he considers a re markable cure of acute stomach trou ble and chronic dyspepsia by the nse of the new discovery, Stuart's Dys- pcutna j.nujeis. He says: The patient was a man who had suffered to my knowledge lor years with dyspepsia. Every thing he ate seemed ' to soar and create acid and gases in the stomach; be baa pains like rheumatism in the back, shoulder blades and limbs. fullness and distress after eating, poor appetite and loss of flesh; the heart became affected, causing palpi tation and sleeplessness at night. I gave him powerful nerve tonics ana oiooa remedies, but -to no pur pose. As an experiment I finally bought a 50-cent package of Stuart's dyspepsia .tablets at a drug store and gave them to him. Almost im mediate relief was given and after he bad need four boxes he was to all appearances fully cured. There was no more acidity or sour watery risings, no bloating after meals, tbe appetite was vigorous and he has gained between 10 and 12 pounds in weight of solid, healthy flesh. , Although Stuart's Dyspepsia Tab lets are advertised and sold in drug stores yet I consider them a most valuable addition to any physician's line of remedies, as they are perfect ly harmless and can be given to chil dren or invalids or in any condition f the stomach with perfect safety, being harmless and containing noth ing but vegetable and fruit essences, pure ppsin and Golden Seal. Without any question they are the safest, most effective cure for indi gestion, biliousness, constipation and all derangements of the stomach however slight or severe. Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets are made by the Stuart company, of Marshall, Mich., and sold by drug gists everywhere at 53 cents per Subscribe for The Abgcs. Arrju sements. Harper's Theatre, Chas. Ble uk ft, Manager. Engagement of the Vitcent Streetar Company, for EIGHT NIGHTS, Commencing with Sunday, Evening Feb. 9. In a Repertoire of New and Standard Plaja. Snoday 'ijht will be pre sented M B 8trceter's new and sea aa'inna comedy-drama in f.nr acts, ect.tled GRIT 99 A Change of Bill Every Night. Prices 10c. lie and 25c. Rmt, im uU mt Bl..f. 1 , t i . - viva jew en J iwic Burtis Opera House, DAVENPORT BBBBBaBM Friday, February 7. Presents for tbe second time Biggest bit of TBI EarXBKT VIBSATIU todsu aaanicaa conauiiH. Mr. Tim Mnrphy nr hott's best comedt. "A Texas Steer" Tbe laughing inccess of the American stage. Mr. Wnrpby will be supported byrahetan tilly tbe original excellent company of 0 people who have appeared in ibeir re spective parts more than 1,600 times. Prices SJ. 15c, GOc aad tSc Reaia at VlnWa Vnli I.. a w. . ptone: ' -""- r i v .1- .,. . . . . Cars bota ways from depot Burtis Opsra House, DAVENPORT. Saturday Feb. 8. Tbe season's record breaker -Zve'ybo'y'a Favorite C BMMierne, TBE OKLT MAY IRWIN, Supported by Jobn C. Blee aad ber hg ' company of eoawdiaaa la bomaa Me NaUv's latett and phenomenally aac .ate. tal farce corned. The Widow Jones auxaaaxsar or nics a aaaaa. Price n. 50, H and $1. feat aala at Flnka'a Taaredav Baaranac. Telephone SO. ock Maae traia after the performance. Street care irosa uses lataaa eeaat to avouae at Want Column. ?OB SALE SBW 8-BOOX HOUSE. . Sixth avenue. Apply on wremlaee. POR 8 ALE HORSE, HAR5E39.BUG-5T AVD X sleigh Apply to Peter HeverlUg, 1911 See- IV ANTED WOBK AT PLAT'S RKWTIcn atiofctloa gnaranteed. Aad'ers It . care of Tbb AB'jrs. 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