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THE AUG US. S7EDN E8DA Y, NOVEMBER 8, 18113.'
I I I -a - -w 5J THE ARGUS. SbA WwhtF 4t MM fvCeMol in. af. W. POTTBC Ftiiwm Tsaai fcllSSie-f HMj a-oset sjM ABSsaavaaaattsesaieSfser iHMim MSisasM KMMhr esMlBMSao. e Ti 1 1 aa i Hi uTT i i 11 i"""'"" CniM laSroao aattrttaS faa mi; wttt WftMUDaT. Noyimiek 8. 189S. Etkrt repuUlcaa throughout the laa4 will ow say. ! told you so." Boaoaoaa Thk preseat defeat will Dot injure Kew York desnnrrscT. The Lord lores whom he ehastearth. There in mnch jubilation in the raaks of the enemy. The repobli. CEB have carried their own states. and there ia mnch to be thanlTful lor. It would have been bordering on the narTeloua if Bote bad carried Iowa this Tear apatnst Jackson. Al though eleeted. the ncrvee of the wily pension grabber are pretty well ahattered. Wrrn all the opportunities the re publican had this year of pointing to hard timea and exclaiming that the democrats canned them, can it le wondered at that tbev ahould not achiere aome aort of a victory, if only temporary one The nomination of Governor Vlc Kialey as the republican standard licarer la 1896. ia at this stage of the game regarded as a foregone conclu ioa. avat-smfortuaatel for the am bitious Ohioan. it will strike him on his off year. The major's political fortunes come in alternate campaigns, Md by the time the presidential cam paign gets around, he won't be in it, any aoore than he was a year ago. Ckamju K. Harkm. of Milwaukee, author of "After the Ball." wUl be aarried in Chicago Nor. IS, to Miss Cor Ueberg. Saturday night he gave a Uaouet to his fellow men. bars of the Tombstone clan ia honor of the Approaching event. There were Jokes and jests innumerable ver the earning event, and there waa sons play on the celebrated song thatwonid hardly bear publishing. All conceded that It nerved him rlo-ht. aad the young people were after a a. a a aa tao oawi. MBRKLY SQUIBS. The democraU and rennbllcans gala broke abent even in Illinois on the eeeoad vote for repeal In the house. The republican who favor iree surer were Marsh. Smith, Wheeler and Cannon. The demo crats were Flthian. Lane and WiL. Jiaaa, and Judge Hunter, represen- laiive ai large. Ju Missouri, there Is a strong silver feellug. and con gressmen who laboriously seek to repreaent the exact wishes of their coastitaeats might be justified in toting against repeal. But In Illi nois the eilver contingent is Insig nificant, aad the representative in Toting na they did were far more In. dependent than waa tbe average sen ator. Tbev veted their personal opinions rather than the aentimenta of their districts. Nobody pretend that any congressional district In this state would endorse the Sherman ailver purchase Mar by a popular vote. Kot even Egypt would do that, aad yet here are one-third of the representatives of the state vot ing to retain that law on the statute book. Certainly no one can com plain of the lack of personal Inde pendence on the part of . Illinois congressmen. In the district in Which Rock Island haa been here, tofere included, the representa tive in congress voted for the silver purchase. Perhaps the Sherman law could command a thousand votes out of 15,000 in the district. Ia spite of all. the Hheraiaa law is repealed by a vote of more than two to one. The Voorheea bill of repeal waa eagroeeed and signed Ky the president aad vice president within two hoars after the rote in the house had been aanouaced. There worQM days of west wind aad one day of action. -f rJ the "Is she toad of master' think no. I've heard her aoaa a rrt deal " If I ahoatd askyoa to lead mo tve pouada, what woald happen?" Pros peetlve Vietlam, tersely Oh. Nothing. The Debutante, aside How many verses shall I sing? Ths Professor Do yon want an encore? The De butante Of course. The Profess or On. "Didn't Johnson cars to live in New Torkr -Tea. Indeed. Ho said he would have given all ho waa worth to stay there." "Why didn't her "Oh, 1m died." He Wife v. lorn. I aaa takin la a balloon ascent to-morrow. She I have ao objection, love, only don't forwet to briar aaa aomsthlna- ulna when yon come back. A small girl of three yean suddenly burst out crying at the dinner table. "Whr. Ethel," aald her mother, "what Is the matter?" "Oh," whined Ethel, "my teeth stepped oa my tongae." "HOW -W-how do the Aatannlaa Abe depths of the watah In the sea?" aaicea inour. "By sound," replied too naaticai man abruptly. And Cholly was ao anrprised that he hadn't the heart to ask aaj more questions. Mrs. WeyupFunoy. Mrs. Highfly said aha wasn't coming to this ball because she hadn't, aav thing to wear aad there she is. Wmn-i dat where the fnnny part of it cornea la. From her appearance ahe simply con cluded to wear it First Little Girl We went to the picnic and you .wasn't even invited. Second Little Girl K v. fve me a whole lot of moaev to bur essay, sua cane, ana ice cream, aad lemonade for mnaelf. and rn hat v - sicker'a yon were. "Great Scott! ' There's a man in a fitr "Oh. BO. he hasn't a fit !.. he'a got both legs wraprJed around his neck and his face ia terribly distort ed." "Tea, that a Mrs. Cnmao'a coach man he's just limbering wp n bit after waiting two hours oa the avenue ior me gooa lady to match a piece of For two honra tha f..kL-.,.Kl.. kept the draper exhibiting his goods, aad at the end nf ih.t -.- sweetly naked: "Are yon quite sure yon have shown me everything yon haver "No. madam." said the draner. with an insinuating smile, "I have yet an old account In my ledger which I shall very gladly show you." ITEMS FROMOUTSIOB. Zylollth, or wood atona. fat f.- aively nead la Germany for floorimr WW VUKT For too years ths paper from which Baakef Eaglaad notes are made has been maautuetured at Iaavaratoke la Hampshire. The New Zealand hones of repre aentstivea haa pnaaed too electoral bill oaafsrriag the franchise upon women, lacladiag Maoris. A German towa ooaacil haa post nsaid bo ersiHloa of aa electric light atatioa for five years, "because la ta may bo made in that France waa very much disturbed by strikes last year. Aa official return shows that la twelve months there wore close upon too fade disputes, aaTectiaf 10S.000 people. Articles of Irish aaaaufaeture are just bow eery mack la vogue ia Paris, say returned buyers aad Importers. Jewelry, laces aad poplins of the rich est quality have been made popular by the generous patronage of the duchess of York. The vine nt Hampton Court ia be lieved to be the largeet ia Europe, its branches extending over a space of Z.M0 feet. It wmm nlantaH . .11 la the year 1768, and generally bears apwsra 01 ouacaea or grape a. of the Mack nambro kind. Aa Ottawa oorrespondeat estimates n me vauautaa cenans of 1891, 1 oared with that of taai that .1.. neovince of Onebae hu Irtmt am. mi . 000 French Canadians aad more than 40,000 Corlisb-speakiar people in ten years. Most of them are credited with bavins' come to tha f;tt States. The old gentleman who takes aa interest in natural history Is very aappy. Congratulate me! Congratulate mo!" he exclaimed. "What for?" asked his nephew. I have just discovered a rare bird." Oh." replied the young man as he turned back to his book, you'll get used to that after you've been hero while" Do you mean to say that such dis coveries e frequent?" - MYeaHMsaost any restaurant will cook 'em .that way, unless yon tell lam aot to. sal . "That man over there has eaten seven dishes of mmmiwi " ait v. astonished waiter. -I wonder If ho la trying to commit suicide" Naw." said the head waiter. "He rides ia a Ueyeleraos this afternoon. fWfmat-tobUrSdnhapelor aUtlKD BNOCM AftOBN ALIVB. an KsTOttaa Mum Who a Bwiss captain, at tao end of a sanguinary and prolonged battle. caused the dead aad dying to bo thrown alike into bits aad burled to- gethor. Someone pointed out to him uatawayof the bodies still shooed sins of animation, llr nmi ( replied the Swiss. "If a man were to pay anenuoa to tao Signs they show thoro would aot be a dead body ttaomf thorn." A similar power of preventing the mind baiag turned aldo by trifling considerations ap Boara to have oh Aimotjtrl m ...i.u kaxl ia the city of Cairo, Maasnr Bia musia oy name. His decUions, ao oordiag to the London Standard, were usually rather extraordinary, but overy bow aad then they were so remarkable aa to attract atten tion from disinterested outsiders. Oa one occasion the inhabitants of uairo were shocked to see a living ora oorne inrouga the streets, tied fast to a bier, and hurried toward the cemetery to be buried alive. His lamentable shrieks were entirely disregarded by the bearers, who re mor5e!oly carried out their duty to Its bitter end. It was soon ascer tained that the KaSJ Uin.n, ... m. sponsible for this atrocity, and. although orientals are not easily shocked where the administration of justice, so-called, to concerned, yet ia this case it waa felt that some in quiries should be made. Accord- MrlT the kazi was inter ianul he was asked why it was that he had vwaoa m tiTing man to bo buried alive. Like Mr. Gilbert's young lady ia "The Mikado." it was -doubtless pointed out to him that burial alive is too "stuffy" a death to be agree able. Ther found th) kazi nnlu ready to satisfy their doubt. '-You wisn." no said, "to know why this man has been buried alive. Well, his burial has been ordered by me in due form because six years ago his wife was married to another man according to the decree if th lw two witnesses of a ver- resnectable character having certiHed to his death at Bagdad.. The man, how ever, came before the court this morning, pleaded that he was not dead and advanced a claim to recover his wife. I oruered the two wit nesses to reappear, and they proved beyond d uM bj freh evidence that they had attended his funeral at Bagdad, where he was buried in their iwonenre. From t.ht rlwiim. stance it is easy to conclude that the man cannot tm & vl mm Knt ghost of a former, and must therefore ,. . ... ob uua in oroer to put an end to all future disputes respecting the wo man." The bystanders thereupon, as we are told, "dissembled their misgiving, praised the kazi's justice aad retired." Gssraatea rnrs. - ' -'-" ; We authorize onr advert idoH tmr gist to sell Dr. King's New Discovery iot t-opKunimion, rongns and colds. upon this condition If you are af- M : . 1 . uiviru 1 in a cougn. coja or any lung, throat or chest trouble, and w ill use this remedy as directed, giving it a fair trial, and experience no benefit, you may return the bottle and have your money refunded. We could not make this offer did we not know that Dr. King's New Discovery could . be relied nn Tf -: Trial bottle free at Harts ITlle- mever s a rug store. Large size 50c a rrln ' ' Since its first lntmHnit;ni. n.,- Bitters hn gnined rapidly in popular ..!, uuiu now it is ciesny in the lend am one nn niHtirta.1 and alteratives containing nothing inriiuitB ue as a oeverage r intoxicant, it is best and purest medicine for all ail- wcaip ui siomaen. liver or kidnevs. It will cure sick hMitat, l.ii:. tion. constipation and drive malaria a vw in evsiem. satisiaction guar- . 1 . f . a . ... " wnn earn noitie or the monev vill be refunded. Price only fiOc per we. 901a dv nana l llemcyer. aCCKXEK S ARKICA SALVE. The heat ulnla tkM.M . bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum Fever um. fall., u.... l -j chilblains, corns', and all skin ernp. uuub, ma posiiireiT cares piles or no pay required, ft is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 15 cents per box. For sale by Harts et UUemever . A BorlM Viaat. At DautihitM. M Jn 11 1C19 at a place known as the giant's field, a brick tomb SO feet long, 12 feet wide aad 8 feet high was discovered. When onened it waa fonnd to iwnulii m. tin man skeleton entire 251 feet long. 10 m t . . . .. - w wrae across tne enouiders ana o foot thick from thn MVatKrm tn the back. His teeth were each about the sise of an ox's foot and his shin bones erch measured 4 feet In length. M Ha Km tsw dark. Princillal .f )HA A mrA vai. An m very important errand, one demand ing the greatest secrecy. Say, Mr. Meier, can I relv on yonf Are you able to keep a secret? Clerk Oh certainly. (Whispering In nrincinaTs .art r v. Koa aa- cretly engaged to your daughter for . t. . , - ura mi coupie 01 years. The heai r an ways To leasts oarasjs tstoae PWre's nimlw relict, airl " '-' '--' - ' " '- -- - - - glawtth esasapatiea ef ths ciaaias asafSM t aataa ml mm . . ww mmmw mmm Ths TmrgMf) Pritats est fsatlv hat ib-UBSa nWstsaMMhaal Hasr.ss.sm msasai auaova saiss WHS at iaeatagaa sUsMaf ths sisi.msy essa lbs hsweat OATHBBBD OWAIMB. The material of which meerchaum pipes are mads is ased la Spain as a building 1 Very haadsomo dresses, and window curtains as well, are bow made of glass la Aastria. Ths dome of tao new observatory stow la course of erection at Green wich will bo made of papier macho. The bow wcldlsss chain has ptovoa by experiment made by Hele-Shaw of the University college at Liverpool that its breaking strata is nearly doubla that of the steel of which it M The largest band aaw machine la the world has recently been completed la Eaglaad aad sent to Tasmania. The machine can saw through a maxi mum depth of seventy-five inches, aad the carriage will accomodate logs fifty feet long and weighing about fifty tons. It fat asserted that this saw cuts faster than a circular aaw, while wast ing seventy-five per cent less wood. Travelers ia the Southwest, and es pecially In Mexico, find a striking re semblance between tne domestic arch itecture there and the aame architec ture in Palestine. There are old towns in Texas, Arizona and Califor nia that are ao like such places Bethlehem and Bethany that if photo graph of them weVe thus labeled not one obaerrer in twenty would bo the wiser. ogna T"a a Bogim white lead DnPllS I woald have 0 " sale did it not afford makers a larger profit thaa Strictly Pare White Lead. The wise man is never persuaded to bay paiat that is said to he "just aa mrmnA aa Kaaa " Wa- Strictly Pure White Lead The market ia flooded with spurious white leads. The following analyses, made by eminent chemists, of two of these misleading brands show the exact proportion of genuine white lead they contain : Misleading Brand Standard Lead Co. Strictly Pure White Lead. St. Louis." Materia Proportions Ana)rd br part-in !B.as per rrat. Iirgis ChauTvaet Oxitle nt Zinc S4.I8 prr emu a Bro.. yxh.le Lead 6.46 per ct-nt. ttL Louis. Less than 7 per cent, white lead., MMeadins Brand ' Pacific Warranted Pure A White Lead." Material Proportion AnalTErd br PulphateofLcad 4.M prr cent. Lpdoox tt fi, xi1e of Zinc 4.YU4 prr cent. Sew W.t. Barrtea SO.tM per cent. Ne white lead in h. Ton can avoid bogus leal bypm thasing any of the toll owing brands. They are mannfactured by the " Old Dutch" process, and are the standards: " Southern" " Red Seal " "Collier0 "SWpmaiT - Par sals sy ttt mast reliable dealers la nsjita evaryswlvi s. - . I a. 1. 11 yau mmw i.n. miiii, n win vmj ia to aend to oa tor a soon eontainiwf fofoi i toa that an aovo wtm aaaay i yaa a poacoi cars to itaiaiog inf ni mm yadoUar;ttwai todooo. NATIONAL LEAD CO. Z.OT7I3 ZZo.70I.lTjp (Soeotosor to H. W5DT.) Merchant -:- Tailor, 119 Eighteenth Street. tFlt aad Workmanship Guar- aateea the Best. Cleaning aa Bepairing Done. B. "WINTER. 11 3 Wines end liquors. Kit aad 1618 Third At SAVED! LADOR, TIUE, LIONET it urari ADil-UMOAIlD SOAP. Caw it jonr own waj. a ia the beet Soavp 1 VtT TJCssiMm eMv e KaVDX BT The Great Special Sal The great special sale will be continued for the balance of this week. Don't fail to at tend. Endless variety of bar gains offered. King, Hasler, Schwentser. DRY COODO COMPAUY, 21 ana 21 1-2 w. Second St., DAVENPhrt - -o 1 I Light oa the Subject. Read these prices and you will be enlightened. Rice Root Scrub Brushes.. Store Brushes Hair Brushes Cloth Brushes Hair Curlers Kirk's Turkish Bath Soap. . .. 6c .. 7c .. 6c ..13c .. 5c 3c Kirk's JinjJHurn Soap 4; Kirk's Juvenile Soap i;; Tinware, Glassware. Chins ware, Lamps," and an end less variety of Househo'.d necessities. Geo. H. Kingsbury FAIR AND ART STORE, THEY ABE BARGAINS A car toad of handsome bed room suits going at the following prices. Suits worth $1$ 00 eo at 80 00 26 00 S7 50 30 00 35 DO 40 00 " 12 50 15 00 18 00 20 09 25 00 27 50 30 to Remember we have only one car load to dis pose of at the above manufacturer's prices. GUmiJ 0, 8AILZr.flNN. 1CSS aad 1627 Beoond Atmum 124 128 and 128 Sixteenth Street. Grand Special Bargain Sale Ilillinery 5 Former Price. 20 00 WOO 15 00 10 00 8 00 600 CLOAKS. 16 00 600 460 3 76 360 76 149 Now. 13 99 1125 9 25 49 4 62 294 HATS. hi aa vwi VwV Me (Sailor Satia Top) 49c $4 25 825 275 226 165 1 1 K Sailor Silk Top) 69c A. tl. UrfiB we are offering before ?Cv"T" MTe J " W " per cent oa your purchases. - r BJBCH3 TE3Q7VEJ, asoesnsnoeSessoaaaJro f s ? ? 15 ssysfsmisisltsm