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THE ARGUS, TUESDAY. FEBKUAKY 27. 1894.
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taeerraef M Watal. has aaaa IMe eaa 4
mtt4 Bf mninw mwiM. MM !' J Mfl
N Mr lata raaa ihaaptejeaaeto A lean M.
Part. wBe wit) kwIiww tat leave. nMi
N Tw 4w rM I H Ira, aa aey all lee
peftra Here fclaeA. 1:1 . V a -I. teat.
l.lIHa J. rAeJAKH.
AlHI fttTM T Mflit.
Batata ee alary A . Raeeth"T, eaaeee4 .
Tee eeAeTeie'eae) Beatae Bsee eeaaaeeae' b4biIb
Miatar tat- mata a Mary A. aarBe. lata at
IB eeear af Mara Kftaaa. ate at INUi
art, safe? tnaa aattca that a will
ITM mam eeeri af nm K Masai aaaa-
at tNe ew)ee af tBe cwrti af selA ceaft. la
tH af afwa NmmI. M Ike Nsy Irna, aa
(fat Maaefcy M Bet), a wairk
an pranaa Beata claim ara-'ax M ae
an mm leva) aM reaeaalva) I atieaal far Ike
af Baala IB mr aajaatml. Ah ear-
h.iB.lw.. f ae4 mrr mwm4 la
Patae) IBta ilia 4e a IVSfiwrj, A. In laM.
J. k. JtaHNaTtt.
Jalra ta t'tMUnartara.
Peeled arnarMtla will ar trrMvtn) al IB" ely
ria-k'a aeV. Hark lalaa.1, III , aatil MnaHay.
Hear !, tH. al a'rlnrk a. a . fur meetreci liar
IB laipmarawat nvdrreH By aawtiaar,ra af tha
tlx ett af Knee. ai a4. lit-. a i I reKM.1",
earltlae "Aa efrtraeaia r In cearatna af a
ewef fnaa a aalnl la ihr epnter af aereatli ara
aee It IVat real aft la sraet llaa at Tara'y Awl
etrret. Iheaee raet in the eaBtar af Twtety-Ant
rttaai. larar ann'k Iwa atai 4a fee air ih af
tar amih I ar nf Mntk arvaaa la taa city of Hack
I'luaa a4 rpacllkiMlaa raa kr rrra at taa city
AM Mar aurt ka raa'Mnk1 wlib a rart
rkrk aa mar i.torl Bark la Ika an af
mi kaarfrnt mmI a ir if laai an'lar. rarakla to
IhraMimi r raid tlty, la rara Ika kM4rr aka!l
fall tarmar la'amatrart wl' k ipjirml aaraf ra
lariirrair tha wnrk fcir Ika mra a Hinaril la
klakM. Trr rity rrarrvaa tat r jkt a rrirat
aay ar all km .
Mak llaa.lll.. T-h. : mt.
A. U. U l (risu, C ly Cterk.
HTAT or lUXtolk,
Wnr lvai'rirrT. fw
In ikr llrralt C'aan af M Mark UUa4 caaaty.
la ikr War lira A. D. fH.
Naak Iian4 aYiaff kaat Ta. Joka tl. Kay.
aalikx glwha r. Rrania,, JrM Lary M. Ckaa
na, Urtara aVTaalila, Aaan4a KyanMa a4
Ikn kryaattta, la rkatmri, ka kam.
AIMavll af aaa fMurm af Jaka H. Ray
antit. BiMfca l. Maranlil. Ji , ar-y rHtaaWr
Nita N a Rrnaifc Imlra4l wl'k Ilia anma a
rrn4aal. I ary H. I'naaa aa4 Aanaaa II rr
nmMa, karia kr, tint ta tka ckTfc
aaV af Ik .frall raart of aaM raaa
r, Bntlra k tkrrrfurr hwky gtrra la
mit a aa irpnrrin aTraiaiiita inai laa
MmpNIMni IMI thrtlrifc'r mm.- Urn M'l af
Manama la raulmnrt, na ika chaimry akta
Ikrtraf. rm tk- TwrMk aar if Urcrmnrr.
A. I., tk. al tknl a mumnm k Braa kwara
nat af raid rnnrt. wkrrvir aaldra.i l aw Band-
laa. rrlBmah'r aa Ikr lrt Mnaly ta the
amatk f May arit, aa ky hw )iilrM.
Sua, anlaaa ynu, tk ana rr-Ht-t H
frn.laat anna aanrxl, Jnka II. HrranMr,
Rlaha Krrnnla. Jt rV-try Kryaalaa aad
una pjatmniM, mail arrawaiir Br ami aparar Br
kirr aa'n drrnlt ennrt a tka krx aT o lha aaxt
lrra tkarwrf. la k kn:il-a a tm-k taiaail la
and far Ika aawl rnant. aa tka Irat Mnaday la
Mar Brit, aM plrad. aawrT ar draiar la lha
raid rnatylainaat r kill ft naiMalat, Ike aaarr
aad Ikn atattar and thlara Ikrrrla rkarvml
aad tr1 III kr ir ar rnn'miL aad a da-
rraa rairrrd analaa; yiia arnmtlaf In tba artjer
m "am mil.
ftwk Maad. Illlnnla. rr. . tL
f.romiE W. CiAMCLB. Clark.
Jaraana A Ilra.l nmpt'r ni.
l'RAi r.KT ftorit K.
rtat r itumoia,
Rnca takanaCnra-rr. I
la thn t'lrrntt rnnrt at raid Caaaty ta tka Kay
arm, A. l HH.
Rnra uiniMt aavaaya kViak Jnka H. Rryaobta,
Klnikar. Nrrnmaa. Jr.. Lnry M t kaaann.
MrMr Rran'da, Anuria RryanMa aad Rea
Rrranl.K -feaarral a la -la I'kaarafy.
AM IanrMnfana-r 'dr-rnf Jaka M vrnanlHa.
RlMna r. RranM,Jr. . rVty Mayaadaaad Una
iwraniua. Tip raa1 a atia iih aaa ri ri naaaia.
l.at w, t Rmin-ia nmi A m ada Rrtaalda kacJlaa;
rra ta an r'rra r artrn af Ika rtrrnft anain
nf wiM rnttntr. anttm H thef Brrrar atrra
m ta raa aa-rrat.nar nVfrrnaa'aik-at tan m
ylatnaai lkl tn rlnrk'm -r ia Mil af ram-
fia at ta nn taw. m taa raanrar un tk ra
nf. na k ajr h 4mv af Ikrrvaiknr. A D . taart. aad
kat a anBminna aaa kana B-ad aat nf rant caaut.
wnrrria an Mill r anw araniiHT, rrtaraaBat aa
Ikr m Mnariny la tka amatk af May Bast, a I
ky law tnnatrd.
Knw. ank-aa ynw, rk ra'd ana aj ildral drfawr
rianla rn i aat ad. Jnka II Rrranlila. KIWta l
wTne)Ha. jr , Rn'ary nnyaa'aa aad Una ayanlna
i arrainaiiy an an ajaaar arfnra taa aata
rural arit aa Ika ki-M day nf Ik Bast
lna IkaMHif. - hn knldra at Hack Inaad In
ml aw rata ran at r. an tkr trl Mrnaiv la
May aaxi. aad arrarl. iwarr t r dratar ta
In raid rnainlal -mat a fc'll nf rnaiplalnt, tka
aaaar aM Ikr mattrr aad iktnrn tkrma ckdfvrd
aad alatad win ka takra aarnarmaad. aad adr
rr. r aarrr4 ajaad yaa accardiag w Ika Brayar
ai nia niii.
JIi!krHMt.l..rfc nl. A. . raa.
t.ROMi.K W. I.AMBLK. Crrk.
Jacaann A Uraa-T.tnaiaj'!0)
Rralrd Bmoanala will kr rrratvad at tha city
rlrrk'a affl-r. Rnrk talaad. aatll Mnadar,
Marak ttk, lam, atita'rlnckB ai.. nr oanraclnc
tka InDrnrramal kanwa UrfiHi Kn. t,nrdrr
ad By annrjmanrr nf ta airy at Mnrk lalaad. IH ,
yuan aaar .'a, inja-rai'iiea -a nrataaara far
tka lwpma"atnf Wrrratrrntk aad Nlaataratk
Mmrta f ma Ik aontk liaaaf TBirdta tka Bank
Han af Pnartk araaar. ami of Twwaty thirJ at rant
frata tka aanlk llaa nfTkifdtn tha annk It aa af
raata aranwr, fmai tka fa:h liaaaf rink avn
ann awrt alnac aal.l Tanaty-tkird rtrrrt aaatk ta
a llaa &m fart m.tk af aad ptrallal with lha aoatk
liaaaf ft talk avaaaa' I adrr tha ahai nrdi
aaara, tka ra'd atrrata arr aidand cark4 wltk
aarlwtaara, rxcayatatt Bad ffraalrd. laiproradaad
pr4 wltk aaylaa' arfc-k nf mnd aaallty.
Kiaaa and aaaclacatman tor aaid lajiwiBtll
an fllr at tha Cliy ,nrkr aflh-a.
All kna maat ka artwaannlrd Wtth anrlitcd
rhack la tkaaaai af (Ml a yayakla ta taa ar
dnr af tha Biarnr af aaM city, wkn-k akail kn
rnair fat frttrd tn aaM city lacaaa Ik kMdac rkall
fall In rait r Hrha ennttact wltk apptatid
anrrtlna mkiiM Ika wnrk iar Ika Briea
airatlnard ta hta ktd and aesardlae la tk plana
and rawiBrMinaa la the cvcal that tka caalraot
aha' I a awcrav.1 n kla.
w"Tka tliy macrvaa tka IhTM tart Jad Bay or AO
Rack lalaad, rrM, r-h tl iM
A. P. llCtAIWO. CWy Clark.
LABOR, TIIIE, UOHET
Utc It jor OWR WT.
It U tk bmt Stwp mvlm.
Tor WRtkiRg MRckiac in.
s r-i'l 1-r ycrrs if ror
I?.;""- - Vcj enrnf !
V ipfp.-Krcam. An
0 aAUtmscss to tlx rcmu -lio sw
Tkri rrsjwatint dort not j;Ii,-e a Mtiit
waited (.ppraranv e c? Ihe B.ti.,e tilrsth'
ruaM iiriLiiv,lui lc. pa tSc t.ia a tofi
ttlvot iA ul fn:r o: ctcut.:.
There' (M c(acrinici:t in a trial -.f Trn
prank loa-irte. lor yt.ut t!toujand of
Malic have been xt-ioin teauty Ly iu tue.
SsiInVc7cr uxor Tan
Yoa're cared or yoa get year
: WOLD KVERYWHEBAV
For le hr T. II. Thomit. l&aa
Second avenue And 206 Seventeenth
PI10ITSSI017AL CAHDS. .
R. c. cnaaaur. a. d. cnaacixT.
CONNELLY ft CONNELLY.
ATTOINKVA AT Lw Rnrk laland. HI.
UbW arroail tnat. orcr Mitchell LyaoVi
bank. Moary loaned.
JACKOA ck HURST.
VTTORSrTa AT LAW (MB- la Rnrk lalaad
Matlaaa; Rank kalldtay;, Knrk lalaad. 111.
B. . mtT. C. I WaLKBB.
R WEILS EYAr VALEEH.
ATTOFSEY AMioru XKl-LOt! ATLAW
Oflrala Ert itmT hlnrk. Rack lalaad. III.
CHAKi-ltS J. MEARI.E.
ATTORV ATLA W I.HMAL RTMNRRIt Or
all kiala tmwti artnedrd tn. ar,,,.. xv
farajry of liork Irland toiuitr. Offi-c: i'oat
McENIRY r MdKNlKY.
ATTORN k la Al LAW Lota BHarry on paid
" arcar.ty, make rollrctmna. rtrfprapra.
nirrnau at , lail.llliaa. vsct IB raatOiSra
DR. A SAY.
Pnri:ctA axd scboeo
1134 Third Aranaa.
Talrpkaat hto. Kack bltad, Iiu
ORVa Baara: 1 tat B. bv aad at aicU.
4.fcnal)awfccak.l(.D ftea. B. Barth, M. D
IR8. BARTH ck HOLLOWBUSH
pOTSInA! AXD SCROROSa
I IWrrraMtaL . Talmhnma m
DR. CHAB.M. ROBINSON.
CTK, BAB. JlOlt, A5D THKOAT CSLT
t. vm at Mat, a.rak t altdlna. 1 . a t.
. DAVKSPOKT, tA.
Baara; an t aaj: 1 ta ar.
H. M PEAKCM.
PR.'jTI'T Rtxiaj M la M ucnrll A Lynda aew
DrVTlsTa o 171 anew aranne, ever Era II
DRS BICKLE SCHOEMAEER,
DBMTAl. HURieoNMttrhrll aV Lyadet
klack. llotaa -SU (Taaa Siarawti
imrnrwjr. Hook lalean, lit nmea.
a at Biukcr BoUdlcg. DaTcnport.
GEO. P. STAUDtlHAR,
B Bmi'RCT Plan, and TtiTMf ttT.i II..IHI. Dm-
M claaanf mlldlnsa. NnaNi imm knek,
aU A Lyada Nmu. Taki il(ttb
W. A. DAKUN'Q.
nfora aleak over Kicfabary,p etx
STATS SA7XZT8S T&XR.
OktAPi nftaantkatoaat aad Third Ave.
i iwqt mzLzt sin u turn.
Ofgaaiaal axUt 8u Law,.
OIe-jtA.A.ktap au.aad Wadaacday ajat
W. W, WeTK
H. A. Alnaworth.
ar n . .4
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REAL ESTATE LOANS
aTakae fftw pfivati Bartlaa la Ik gmfim
pwt t Rat weal ky k
Orehcrd State Ban
af OTBABO. aTOaUBgA. .
tACCMaaM . p.
t0? 1 1 VS if
MCKAY IS DEAD.
Well-Known Playwright and
Actor Called Hence.
DIED OS A TIUIX IX COLORADO.
"a Ha M in. tj-a, tn ralirncwla la
Hrarrfc nf llrallh Hia C'aaa Iliaa;anu-d
Wraaglj by Ualanl tliyatrlnna . Caarrr
mt tba Wtniarti'.lh Caaae af Ikratb K
yaatnaaaaaa Htraltt IMea a Traia la
Traaa Otbnr Dratka. ; '
La Junta, Colo., Feb. 7. The actor And
playwright, Steele Mackaye, arrived in L
Junta over the Sant Fe rood in the special
car of neorice R Peck, general count-1 for
tba Santa Fa company. Mr. Mackaye
raa accompanied y hia wife, a nnre ami
Hr. H. X. D. I'arker. Tiiey came west
trout Chicago. Mr. Mackay was sup-
ITHELE MACE ATX
poaed to be MtfTcrinK frtim ncrvotui exltau
tim chiismI by pvrm-ork and waa on his
way to San Diego, Oil. lie vraa feeling
quite Intel ly wheu lie arrived here ami the
tar wna det.irhnl and left here until 7:20,
when the party started auth a Mr.
Mnckaj'e ai-mwl to rvxtins easier, lie
rapidly crew worae ami died before the
train renc-hed the next station. lie was
conscious to the last. Iwde all those around
him Kxxl bye and kuUI they had done all
tbey could fi.r him.
Itrmalna Sntt to Chicago.
The apei ii-.l car wna sent back to 1.1
Junta on the next train. The remains
were tnken to Vnik-rtaker Manlcys. em
balmed and sent to t bicigo. - Dr. larker
and Dr. I'miicy, the Santa Fe surgeon at
tbis point. 1k-Ii1 an a;itosy and found the
cause of dettth to lie a cancer in the stom
ach. Some of t lie l-.t physician in Chi
enco had rxniuiuetl him ami all decided
his ailment was iktmius exhaustion, ex
cept one who tlfclured it to be a cancer.
The deceaeti was M years old. Deleaves
a widow and MX chihiren live btys and
one girl ail grown.
nia lkratk Oacara Kartdrnly aa a Traia la
IU. Paso, Feb. ST. l jt-Congressiuan 1L
B. Straitt, who for twelve years repre
aented a Minnesota district in the lower
house of congress at Washington, died on
a Mexican Central train here, lie had
been on a pleasure trip and was suddenly
taken ill. Major Strain was a pioneer of
Minnesota, having represented the Second
district when there were only three eon
grenatnen from the state, and afterward
the Third district, wheu the number was
increased lo five. Ho was a prominent
banker, interested in four national bunks
in his state, lie wus at Washington fin
the lirst day of this month, where, after
concluding his Imsiuess. he met two old
Minnesota friend who had recently moved
to North Dakota.
One was Judge W. J. Mooney of Ijing
don, X. I)., the other was Captain M. L.
Mct'onnick. president of t he lirtuid Forks
National Itank at tinind Forks, X. D.
With them he acrccd to take a trip
through Mexico and go thence to the mid
winter inir at Snn i'rnittisco before re
turning home. Major Straitt leaves a
witlnw and daughter ut Shnrkopce, Minn.,
and a son liurtoti in New York, who is
connected with the Standard Kailrond
Kqntpment company. J lis brot her, W.
W. Strnitt of Los Angles. CaL, will arrive
here in tin? morning. The liody is being
embalmed and will be shipped to St. I'uul.
Kormaa L. Munra,
New York, Feb. 27. Norman L. Munro,
the yachtsman and publisher, died at the
Hoffman Houe. The cause of death was
heart failure. Mr. Munro had niideremm
an operation for appendicitis, but it was
iwtwhu maim inai ine patient was not
snffcrimr from thn diannun .n.l tl.., , i..
r. - u -'. LUC
operat ion was not, necessary. The deceased
1 ! liiill , . . -
nun mini in .tiiuuanit, i. e., ol years ago.
He came to New York when 5 years of
ag?, obtained employment as a clerk and
saved hia money. . In IH',3 with his brother
George he began the publication of the
New York Family Story Paper. The busi
ness prospered, other publications were is
sued and larger quarters were obtained.
The brothers dissolved partnership and
Norman erected a large publishing house
on Vandewater street.
."Merther" Mandrill an aa.
Hamilton-, Out., 'eb. 27. Mrs. Freder
ic Mandellatnm, known in Xew York
city as a notorious "fence who did a
flourishing business there in that line for
number of years, died here. Sbe was
about 63 years of age, and wealthy, having
accumulated considerable fortune as a go
between for thieves and crooks, and as the
receiver of stole, goods in Xew York.
During her enforced residence in Canada
be never ventured across the bonier,
but her remains will be taken to Xew
Hacrlaaa In rinaaaaer.
llATESIUUn'Mass., Feb. S7- Harrison
In Plnmmer, the portrait painter, well
known throughout tbis country and Eu
rope, died at his home here aged 80 years.
He studied tn Italy for many years, and
while there pointed a portrait of the king
for which be received a fabulous price.
Later he opened a studio in London, where
be was very aueceaHfuL
McKa'e Apwiteatiua Urate .
BnooKLTS, X. Y., Feb. 27. -Judge Col
in baa denied the application of John Y.
McKaoe for a certificate of reasonable
doubt Tide prove a disappointment ta
McKance friends, as they had fe! quit
cure in the hope that Judge Cullen
would grant the application, and based
thereou tba drjfcndtt expected to make
fight for the freedom of the
A-boaa af UraveaetML
JUDGE JENKINS DEFIED.
Oread Master ovrrria;a Save Ha Wilt VI
lata tha lijunrtio.-
PTS MorsES, Feb. 27. George XT. How
ard, vice president of the American Rail
way union, organized a branch with 175
members here. At a meeting of the gen.
era! executive board of the Knights of
Lnlior General J. K. Weaver was pres:nf.
After the orgniiizHliori was completed
General Weaver and General "Mlaster
Workman Sovereign made hirt- speeches.
In reference to the injunction issued
against him by Judge Jenkins Mr. Sov
ereign said: "I am going to Winona,
Minn., and will, speak; there Monday,
Tuesday and Wednesday I iiall be in St.
Paul and Minneapolis to talk to the
Northern Pneillc employes, and aa sure as
there is a God in heaven I will violate that
injunction of Judge Jenkins. It
is infamous and an outrage on
all workiugmen. He would be a poor rep
resentative of organized lalior who would
not have the backbone to do what li'
pleases against this disgrace and would
deserve the condemnation of all honest
workingiuen. Who is Jutlge Jenkins,
anyhow r , I fear no courts. If there is a
United States marshal here let him serve
The speech caused a great sensation in
the meet iu and was received with great
applause. There were only 150 persons in
the hall when these remarks were made,
the greater part of the audience having
gone home just before ..the election of offi
cers f or t he new union.
Priuceas Coloana Going West.
Chicago, Feb. 27. The Princess
Colouna was iu Chicago four and one-half
hours on her way to California. She was
accompanied by John W. Mackay, Jr., and
half a dozen servants. They arrived over
the Michigan t'cntml road in the Wagner
c:ir "Traveler," which was switched oti' at
Si x teen t h st roet.sen t rou ud t o We 11 s St rtet
depot and attached to the Northwestern
and Union Paciiic train for San Francisco.
The princess was invisible. The junior
Mr. Mackay declared she had retired for
the night, and saM furthermore that she
would not see a reporter under any circum
stances. He would not say where the two
Sentenced: to Die Good friday.
Xew YiiKK, Feb. 7. A communication
address to the New York Times brings up
a coincidence that has not yet been com
mented on. The writer, who signs him
self "Good Friday," says: "Has the day
appointed by .itulge lircntano of Chicagu,
March SI, for the execution of Prender
gast, the sssa-i.sin of Carter Harrison, been
designedly seiected localise it will lie
Goo:l Friday, or was it an accidental selec
tion, aud il so, will the sentence be exe
cuted The banetity oi this holy day, rev
erenced almost uuivci-sally for its one pre
ordained execution, has not in the recol
lection of many been desecrated by such an
Marry iu lluste, Kcpcnt at Leisure.
IlLoo.v.ixuTox, Ills,, Feb. 27. After an
acquaintance ot one day John Hiler of
Chicago aud Miss Grace Washburn,
daughter of Mrs. Adrinne Washburn of
this city, were quietly wedded. Hiler is A
traveling mau lor Lyou oi Healy. He met
Miss ashliurn lor the first time at noon.
He was iuvit.-d to .call at the Washburn
home that eviuing and did so. During
the evening Hiler proposed and was ac
cepted, nud they were married without the
knowledge or t he bride's mot her.
Itritoua t.o Ilsrk to Kuglaud.
PlTTsr.l KG, I'd., Feb. 7.-The Knglish
coal miners along the Monongahcla river
have become discouraged at t be repeated
reductions in wages and are preparing to
return to Kngland. A number left last
week and thirty-live lumilies from Mon
arch will follow iu a few days. Others are
arranging their affairs to leave. There
are u bout 3..V.M miners along the Mouon
galela river, und of these fully oue-ha'ff
are of British extraction.
r-mallrxix at -! rnmuiucc
Menominee, Mich., Feb. 27. A case of
smallpox has developed here in the
family of Adam Gaugh, a saloon
keeper iu the central part of the city.
Health Officer Kosenlierry was called and
fouud a Iti-year-old boy with his face liter
ally covered wtth eruptions bordering on
a conlltieut case, which is considered the
worst form. AUuy persons here have been
1 lie Itrldgc at Alton.
Alton, Ills., Feb. 27. A letter from
Brigadier General Case, chief of engineers,
has been received here stating that, the re
port of t he board of engineers respecting
the Alton bridge has been approved by the
secretary of war.- This settles the contro
versy, and Resident Kngiueer McDonald
says that the bridge will iu all probability
be completed by April 1.
Condition of Illinois Wheat.
r-rr.lNGFILLD, Feb. 27.-Unofficial 're
ports from the wheat belt are to the effect
that the plant from lust fall's sowing has
so far escuped injury from freezing weath
er. Owing to the drought the plant did
not make a good growth during the fall,
but there is no reason why it should not
come out all right with favorable weather
in the future.
Surprised at the t atted Ktatr.
Paws, Feb. 27. The members of the
coming sanitary conference express sur
prise at the attitude of the United States,
saying that its representatives oppose every
measure intended to lighten quarantine
regulations aud claim to believe that their
object is to invoke such regulations as will
prevent their innovation.
Student Miasionarlee ia Catherine;.
Detroit, Feb. J7. About 1,200 delegates
are expected to attend tlie missionary con
vention of the International Student Vol
unteer Movement foe Foreign Fields,
which is to lie held here this week. About
WW of the 600 colleges of the United States
and Canada will be represented.
The weat Political Party.
PlTTbircno, Pa.. Feb. 27.-The new na
tional party will meet in state convention
at Lafayette hall in this city on March
13, aud in national conference March 14.
A plau for political union will be discussed,
keeping prohibitum as prominent iu the
fusion AS IMJKSlble.
TUm Earth Hlnnk far AUmtt.
Arcadia. Neb., Feb. 87. An earthquake
shock was felt here, lasting over one min
ute. Its direction was from north to
south. Jarring the windows like heavy
thunder and shnkiug plastering from ceil-
Palled OAT a M alf Mlaa.
HEua-A, Mont.. Feb. 27. Delbert Bed
lord, manager ot a news company, has die
covered that his wife has for three month
palmed off upon him a waif aa hie ewm
RUNAWAY M6T0R CAR.
Aa Accident at Cleveland Which Might
Have Brra Worse.
Clicvelaxd,, Feb. 27. While passing
down a steep 'hill on Seneca street the
brake chain on a south side motor broke
and the car dashed down the incline at A
frightful triced. The motor kept to the
track until the Cuyahoga river bridge
was reached..- When it struck the bridge
the iar jumped th t rick and was dashed
against the iron girders of the structure
with terrific force. The motor was almost
completely demoiihed. Motormnn Grimm
stuck to his post and was badly, but not
fatally injured. Conductor Bone was
painfully bruised about the body. One of
the two passengers on the car received
alight internal injuries while the' other
escaped without, injury. That none were
killed outright seems miraculous.
It rr In a Sanitarium.
SAX Ant.inm, Tex., Feb. 27. A suppos
edly incendiary fire, with one fatality,
broke out in Dr. Peeble'g sanitarium in
the western part of the city, aud liefore it
was stayed destroyed the entire building
and three adjoining ones, with a loss of
$30,0iJ; insurance, ii'2,ttit. AU the in
mates of the sanitarium esentied safely
with two exceptions. Mrs. X. L. Thomp
son, a paralytic, neil C'l years, unable to
escape, was burned to death. A little girl
named Duval jttmicd and broke a num
ber of. bout s, but is not dangerously in
jured. Eooa't and enly he:d'i.
Are you weak and weary, over
worked ami tired? Hood o Sarsapa
rilhi is just the medicine you need to
purify and quicken your blood, and
to pive you appetite and strength.
If you decide to take Hood's Sarsa
p.irilla do not be induced to buy any
other. Any effort to substitute an
other remedy is proof of the merit
Hood's pills are the best after
dinner pills, assist digestion, cure
headache." Trv a box.
"As oU ss
ed. " Tried
and proven "
is the verdict
o f millions.
y r later h tha
JLSO&PUf an-1 "Kidney
ran pin your
i-iXth for a
X fJill mild "laxa
on tlio Liver
nevs. Try it.
Sold by all
Druggists in Liquid, or in Powder
to be taken dry cr made in a tea,
The Kins of LS-rcr Medicines.
"1 have t-.r.ed yoursitnmons IJver Rcfta.
tutor and ran roiiaeieneiouslv rav it is tba
klntrof nil hv-r modi. inc.. 1 eunvider It a
mejinlne cheM n iiell'. Mo. v. Jack
BOS, Tacoma, V,'a.shiu(f.n.
t AaT"EVEKY PACKAGE-EA
Bas tha Z Stamp ia red on aiiiipaa
A. D. HUESING,
Repreaenta, amotiK other time-tried and wcl.
knewa Fire Insurance Companies, the followlsg
Poynl lnanranre Omnpanv, of Enrlatid.
Weacbertwr Fire Jn. I'ompariT, of S. T.
Bnffalo Grrman lba. Compan, Buffalo. H. T.
Uoehester German Ins. Co.. tincheater, M. T.
Citizen' Ins. Co ot Pitisbnrg, Pa.
fnn fire once, btmd.ip
Tuian In. Co of talifiirula.
Security Ins. Vi., New Haven. mn. -MtlwaoMee
Secoanics lua. Co., Milwaukee
Herman Fire Ina. Co., of Peoria,in.
OfliceCor 18th St. and 2d Are.
Rock Islahd, III
HAYES & CLEAVELAHD
Rcpresenticg orcr 40 Million DoSati
of Casti Assett
Flr Life, Tornado.
Bonds of Suretyship.
O mc Bangrton'a block Sock IrJaaJ, Dla.
9 Recare ear rates: they wiU baterest yoa.
General . . .
J. M. BUFORD,
Lcssss Frcnptly PU1
Cataeaa low aa an reliable eempaayrea aflai
. Tew tmtankx la aoUcUaA.
LaaaaaliartTniir - - nrii?VS?
CaUtoria is Dr. Samnel Pitclier'a prescription for Infants
aad Cbildreiu It contains neither Oiitmi, Morpliino nor
otacr Narcotic sabstanco. It ! n harmless Rubstitcte
for Paresoric, Drop.-?, Sootliin Syrttps, antl Castor Oil.
It Is Pleasant. Its cnarantoo 1 tl;irfy years uso by
Millions of KXothcrs. Costnrh. destroys AYorms and allays.
leverLshness. Caetoria prevents vomiting' Sonr Curd,
nrcs Diarrhoea and 'Wind Colic. Castoria relieves
teething troubles, cures constipation ami flatulency.
Castoria assimilates tho food, rcsuh-.fos tlio stomach
and bovels civins healthy and natnral sleep. Cas
toria is the Children'. Panacea tho Mother's Friend.
"CAstorta is an excellent medicine for cltl
4na. Mothers have rcpeatcJIy fold me of its
axid effect upoa Ibeir children. .
Da. O. C 0?aooi,
"Castnria is tbe best rero&jr for children of
arUch I un acqnaictd. I hopo the day Is not
far distant when mothers willccn-sittothf-re&l
InteRst of their cliildren, aad use Castoria in
tead oT theTariousonac nostrtims wiiiv-h are
destroying tbt ;r loved ones, by torein opium,
morphine, sootb'ns syrup and ether l.urtfnl
agents down to Uiroats, thereby secuia;
then to premature cranes. "
Da. J. r. Krscrrit,
Tka Centaur Cornpas-, VI
THE MOLINS "WAGON,
UamHactnTers Gl FARM, 5FRIIt8 MD FBBIGEI WA603S
A tolt STid complete line of Phtfom tn! otber PtSp.- W5r.-ea.eiec:aU spre4tc;a
Wocun trade, of naparior wortTa-ir.u- arcflc'.ffli lr;nri,?i-1 free Ir-i free eft
application. VcetacMOUXB WAtfu.i before ncrcbssicK
Heating and Ventilating Engineers,
Gas and Steam Fitting,
A complete line ot rip, Brass Goods, Txickirs Eom,
B'ire Brick Etc. LirgwEt heet equipped
eBtablisiiraeat wt?3t c Chicago.
DAVES tilAKiii. olias, TA j 1 12. 1 14 West SfcTanteentt tX
Telephone 2053. : j. Telephone 1 148. Borsuaat
Retfitr.e Toianhon- 1 J
. .rscoaroRATED csdek the stats law.
Roek Island Savings Bank,
Rock Island, III.
Opea 1 T from a. m. to Jp. tn and Saturday erenlnffs frota-7 to 8 oVloek.
Per cent Interest paid on Deposits. Money loaned on PersonAl col
lateral or Real Estate ecnrlty.
ft L. KITCHXLIb Pratt. F C. DKSK MANS, Vic Prost. fl U BUFOHD, fVhW
ft ta aUteaell, P. C Oenxrrane. Ji hr Crnlmnrh. PM1 W'tekell, H. P. Holl. L. Suaoe.
X. W Hnnit, J. M. Bnfonj, Jofcn Voik.
Jackson A Hcut. Solicitor.
Inlj a, 1B90, f-i occupy the
Cfity 'Bus and Express Line.
For Bus or Express Line telephone 1141, and you will receive
Tor UU Itt Bock Island tj Hartt
L M I
" Csstorifi t r so well adapted to ci5Mrn th
I reeonanenJ it asaupcriurtoanjp:eac:pui
kiican to use.
H. A. AscsKa, 3J.
Hi Eo. Oxford St., Brooklyn, .
C"sr physieiarj ia tt chnjrea's dfjart
went have rpocn tiMy cf Uioir expai
euee in their outside practice Trisl Cuiafc,
and altiic-sa s ocly have a.-nor o-a
niedical si-rijdies what is known u$ i--:!
products, vjt tre are free to confess tha at
merits of Castbiia has won us to look wtta
luvor upon it."
UsiTKS IIoEFrrii. asb Dtspcrsm,
Alus C. Sirrrn. Yrt.,
Zlnrray Street, Xew York City.
anntbeaet eoraer of Kitchen Lrnde's aew anCdtat
jr.vil ffFVmi'5. 1 OI . ranot.Tii'T rtflcauT
i-trBthrul -rri-K, eirvsMt'o n-- M "
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