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WITE FIRES A FINAL SHOT.
8sa Um Jtaw Cat.
Dssvce, Jan. i. Governor Waite'sUst
message to the legislature of Color
ado consisted of about 1000 words. He
called attention to the fact that the credit
of Colorado wit higher In New Vrk'
than ever before, and juore miles of rail- if
toad were built in this Mate last year than
in any other. Ho referred to the increased
prodoctioo of ft-old and said: "But even
it gold should be found in Colorado a
abundaatly -as In California and Au
trails, it anight relieve, bat would ni
atone for the tyranny and oppress
which, both under a Republican and Dei
scratie president, bare deprived tno
Die of the free eoiisae of silver a
which was theirs, before the es
of the United States waaad
wUch was nevarnad toco'-
ISTIE MURRAY ON MINO
riNG UPON MINO.
fe wvUat BwlloMa That Ike
r T.tepathy Has Been MeatuVally
aMbned His rriem li issanl Es-
A writer like David Christie Mur-
rav. who has taken an me xox to field
of Lis art as a novelist and draws unoa
the whole planet for bia illustration,
must hare Lad rrh espananoes in M
domain which the P75wcal Investiga
tion society has ctosen for it own.. Bat
be does not averkad bis boos with mar
terial of this kinL nor is his conversa
tion mach weigf'ed with Um burden of
biogt between, he&ven and earth that
do not nsui I It dream at, And yet
ben TjeomMec to do to ba can speak
a them subjects not only with knowl-
n, be. also with eloquence. He fit-
4 to do fcrst, by bis flue nsen-U
-anixation, Sr hasp psych leafs
ranaiti rife bovnof and ean by
cal ex' HateAe which
. n J j li.
t entey in
U the old
W Bnt I
r as thaL
'x. . Murray
me. I dis--varsation
; the two
at a oer
j as he
a sa the car.
a of the action
id. He replied,
re and reverent
t to be regarded
his death my
J literary work.
- profoundly con
te as if I was ab
V". and with an as.
.pathy and aid that,
.asion to this kind of in
If amy continued, "in
tew Gold.' There is a
rith a great strong man
Sed some dreadful crime
T of it, and the question
sn is as to whether
Yiedge of as on the
d old Armstrong, a
"e of the souls of
e spending their
eoks at the te
ar of demented
Vyon can fan
r , eayiag to the
1 woald like to
v and bare a
id me," and
nto the poor
' her near
I yoa try to
I son away
o play it I
ABBREVIATED TELEGRAMS. . .
Representative Roed Is eonflnedto his
room at Washington with sprained
ankle that he picked up at New York. '
J. H. Henderson, the Princeton, Ills.,
county treasurer who was short In hi
cash, has irade ths shortage good- He Is
not held responsible for the trouble and
sympathy I entirely with him. . .
The recent galo that swept over the
British coast eost the lives of H ftsfcer
men of Hull, Grimsby and Yarmouth.
Democrats at the county elections in
Georgia carried all bat fifteen counties,
regaining a number which were Populist
at the previous two elections. There are
130 counties in the state. "' j
Mm. 6rah Bryant Reeve, widow of
Tracy Reeve and nieseof Wllilam Cnllen
Bryant, died at her heme la Princeton,
Ills., at the age mt yean.
Kelson Wbitaber. the millioaalre iron
maanfaetaier, of WheeUag, W. Va., has
announced his candid any for the United
States senate. . .
ll is denied that share is any prospect of
a strike at the Waaj isliisil mills.
Judge Parker the New York supreme
court, has dect Jl that the railroad oom
relmtonecseaa ae railroad passes Issued
hL the seere- Aetata, and that the new
const it oSV not prohibit the fcgis
Vstnra far "lag that pnsos may be
Is Bad - jtmia when traveling on
OffiSfH ' s. t.
yls defending Bllzt, the
( Miss Giug at Minnopo-
.Tenses pica hypnotism
tlnne to point to the
Central America is at-
unite against Mexico, "rally
Memsla" so to speak.
X. Adams ex-member of con
Jl Chicago, has entered the arena as
ed candidate for the United
enaturship ironi Illinois,
jongressman Butler, the . Iowa lost
oad, h.ts reached Vinton, la., where
f a is with her brother. He is look
Ttll end seems much pleased to meet
the 'Wealer leader, has moved to
Iphia to live, in the educational
of his children, he says.
' Caroline May secured a divorce at Mil
waukee. Among the causes for which she
asked legal separation was that her bus
bend smoked, a strong pipe in the bed
room after retiring every night, and that
she was kept awake by the fumes.
Chicago Typographical union voted
tl.OOU to assist Dobs, the A. K. V. Drcsi-
dent, to carry his case to the United States
- John Burns, the British socialist, has
ailed for England in the Ktruria because,
e said, the employes on board are paid
Jtter wages than on any other vessel.
Necking ! with It.
' New York, Jan. 5. A representative
at the Associated Press called on J. Pior
pool Morgan and after showing him tho
printed Washington dispatch reitorating
alleged opposition to Mr. Carlisle as sec
retary of the treasury, asked him if he
bad any connection with the request for
Mr. Carlisle's withdrawal, as fne dispatch
stated. "I have never had any connection
with the matter In any shape or form, di
rectly or Indirectly," Mr. Morgan said
Afraid to Arrest a Terror.
East Tawas, Mich., Jan. 5. Consider
able difficulty was found in getting offi
cers in this couqtytoarreiit William
McCord for setting lire to Mrs. Jones'
residenco. (Sheriff Cox was out of town
and marshals and deputy sheriffs wore
afraid to make the arrest. However, at 3
o'clock in the morning, Hsrry Hudson, a
deputy sheriff, took the warrant and
placed McCord in jail. His threats of
killing people and destroying property
have made him a sort of Jesse James in
this community. He has been in Jackson
prison, Ionia prison, ami house of corr ce
rire at Cleveland.
Cleveland, Jan. 5 A new four-story
brick block on Lake street, owned by the
Cleveland UasUght and Coke company,
was destroyed by Are. It was occupied by
Bardon St Oliver, machine shop; W. E.
Facer tc Co., ice machines; the C. Y. Hun
ger company, George Mittingur, metal
spinning works and sanitary specialities;
Burke Se Co., small tools, and the Eastern
Klectrical Equipment company. Tho
building was worth Hu,O0O and the occu
pants probably suffered a loe of S10,9U0
Tramps Whipped by Farmers.
Westbbook, Conn., Jan. A Two
tramps, mem ben of a gang who have
been robbing farmers In this section for
the past two weeks, assaulted a teacher
who refused to give them money: Eight
farmers went to a swamp where the
tramps made their headquarter, captured
two of them, stripped and tied them to a
tree, and after giving them twenty-live
lashes, ordered them to leave the coun
try. Bappras Oaee Every t,isa,ess Tears,
A remarkable freak in moon phases
was noted in the mouth of February,
1866, a month which has gone into
astronomical annals as"the month with
out a fall moon. " In that year January
and March each bad two foil moons, bnt
February none. A writer in a leading
astronomical journal uses the following
langn age in describing it: "Do yon
realise what a rare thing in nature it
was? It has not happened before since
the beginning of the Christian era or
probably si uco the creation of the world I
It will not occur again, according to
the computations of the astronomer
royal of England, for how long do yon
think? Not until after 2, .WO, 0(H) years
from 1660! ' SL Louis RepabHo. . ;i
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Twe Merita. r
The Hibernian gift for iiil"ssai
speech was seldom better displaelrlBlB
by a certain Irish boarder.
Bis land lady, a "pleasant spoken"
body, bad red him a cap of tea and
presently inquired if it was all right
"It is jist to my taste, Mrs. Balla
han, " aaid the boarder "wake and
oowld, jist as I loiko iv "Youth e
Cri m-on beak Do you know a mar
riage service always reminds me of a
Yeast -How so?
"Why. the parties talk about it for
moctbs, but it only reqnire) a conjilr
of seconds for the event" Yocer
HIS NOVEL THEORY OF TIDES..
grade Arrah Daaalag Ttrifcs tae Old
Wait -Stashes" Areaaa.
TJncle Alvah Dunning, the hermit o
the Adirondocks, maintains that the
earth is not round like a ball, bat as
fiat as a paccake, -or, at beet, that it re
sembles a milk pan, with enough of an
edge to it to keep the water from run
A number of guests at Charlie Ben
nett's " Antlers," on Raqnette lake,
were discussing tho theory with Uncle
A lvah one day during the bunting sea
son. One of them undertook the alto
gether hopeless task of convincing tho
old man of the error of his belief.
Among other things be called attention
to the tides.
"Uncle Alvab." be said, "you've
heard of tides, haven't yon? How do
yon account for them if the world isn't
The old man remained silent for
awhi!? and then drawled forth, "Waal,
I bev some idee as to 'em. "
"What is it, then?" asked the ques
tiouer. while all the sportsmen drew
near to await the answer. Uncle Alvah
was not to be hurried, and after anoth
er pause he remarked:
"Did ye ever turn over in bed? I
think's more than likely."
"Yes, I've turned over in bed."
'Do ye sleep 'tween sheets?"
"Always." replied the questioner
laughingly. "What's that got to da
"It's got all to do with it, in my
opinion. When you went over, didn't
tho bedclothes kind o' slip round au
slosh round an didn't get there same
time as you did?"
"Waal, that's my idee of the rides.
The old earth sort o' slips round under
the water like a man under the bed
clothes, or it teeters a bit, like when
you tip a milkpan. The water don't get
there quite as fast as the land, au that's
what makes the tides." New York
"MY OWN THINGS."
The Present Tliae Is an Age f ladividual
"Say, mamma. John's got my spoon.
Can't I have it? It's mine."
"Oh, just look! Susan's playing tea
party with my dessert plate. Make her
stop. Hlio'll break it "
"I wish you'd find my pepper box.
This isn't mine," proclaims the head of
the house. "It's mighty queer these
'servants can't ever remember my
In the library Uncle Jim is twisting
and turning and looking daggers at the
unconscious caller who is sitting in his
special chair. One member of the house
hold is on the wrong side of the table,
and the right paper knife is on the left
magazine. He always sits the other side
for reading. From the drawing room
the voice of the elder daughter is beard
saying: "Oh, no. I couldn't endure
those portieres. The colors do not auit
my style, you kuow. I made a fuss, and
mamma took them in bor room. I feel
color in every nerve. "
Such in what the fashion for having
individual things has brought upon tho
household. We have the individual fur
nishings tho schemes of hangings to
bring out the individual beauty of my
lady's eyes, the tint of her hair or the
gleam of her shoulders, and on the
other band perish tho thought! to
sink the individual in the useful. Have
we not the special chair and foot rest,
candlestick and cushion?
Smal 1 wonder, then, that the practical,
prosaio housewife fxrlainis: "I wish we
could go back to those early Christian
days when they hud all things in com
mon. I Iwltere I could boar it even with
towels 1" New York Times.
Caring a Snake Bite.
As is well known, the copperhead is
one of the most poisonous snakes, yet
J. C Trout, who was bitten by one
three miles from Trimble, Teun., expe
rienced no serious effects, owing to the
remedy he used, which is an uncommon
one. He was out hunting, and when a
couple of miles from home was bitten
on tho ankle. He at once started for
borne, and on the way chewed and
swallowed what tobacco bo had. When
he reached bis bouse, some fresh red
popcorn root was procured, and with
the milky juice which exudes fora it a
stripe was made around his leg just bo
low the knee. Tbo leg swelled up to
the mark and no farther, but it finally
became so tightly swollen and painful
that the juice was washed off and an
other mark made with it around his
thigh. The swelling gradually climbed
up to the new mark, giving him relief,
and he recovered without using any
other remedy. Chicago Tribune.
A Delictoas rreach Caaa.
To make French nougat boil a pound
of granulated sugar and a teacupful of
water over a sharp fire until it begins to
tnrn yellow, writes Nellie Willey in
The Ladies' Home Journal. Do not stir
while boiling. Have ready one-half
pound of almonds blanched and dried.
Put them in the oven and leave the door
pen. Wh?n they begin to look yellow,
add to the randy as it reaches the turn
ing point described above and quickly
pour into a well oiled tin or iron pan
about one-half an inch thick. Mark
with a sharp knife into bars before it
cools. By bending the tins between the
hands slightly the candy will come out
Passys Great Catch.
We disapprove of cats catching birds,
but where they take such chances as did
the Lewiston pussy that leaped from a
third story window, snatched an Eng
lish sparrow from a telegraph wire and
struck the ground right side up and safe
ly we are almost glad to learn she kept
her prey. Kennebec Journal.
"She is a girl of 1 7 summer.
"Indeed! How old waa she when she
began to have summers?" Detroit
Have Faith in Hood's
And It Will Cunt You -Health, Sleep
and Appetite Restored, i
mC I. Tlood a Co.. I-owell, Mass. : I
"Gentlemen : When we uwvrd here t TF1-
nels a few years as", aiy wlte and I were In very
poor health, all broken eeirn ana debilitated.
We felt as though we eouM not live long. My
wife weighed bnt SS pounds and I only weighed
US. Ws gained ta health and strength from
the time we legaa to take Hood's Sarsaparilla,
and today my wife weighs 1 and I ITS pounds.
we ar both la good nesa ana
As Healthy as We Can Be,
Have good appetites, sleep well at Bight, and
fesl well generally. We think we ewe our lives
to Hood's Sarsaparllls. and cheerfully recom
mend it to anvone. We are never without this
medicine in the house, ss we think It Is th best
ea earth. We say to others, bare faith in Hood's
and it will cur yon." V. C. Hedoks. Hoopes
toa. Illinois. Get IIOOD'S.
HOOd'S Pilla w ""y. yet promptly t
efficiently, on the liver and bowels. 3S.
in ilio UJerld
are offered to tho public by TTIE
IUTU Chicago's grentfc i-lothing
store! Made of Ktrf ly nil-wool
rloth well tittinc an-l Mronir we
r:m infill velv (fmimiiii-n tiiem the
Rest ttargaiUH lor tiio Hoary
ever given by auyUxiy.
Ths Hub's Famous
For Beys from 5 lo 15 years eM,
cnn;f5tt of One VoiiVleICrritfiied
OialTm I'air-ol Kure
a Ktaaley t'ap, i la.ie t in;it4-h tim
Knit, lied One tsalr nf 'fcnoeit, made
tif holid leal tier very nrnt, yet as
Ftronir asu l.rirfc. :nnl ilio prii-e of
the entire Hf.'sd-To-l'iKS" O'i'flt is
Ten of thnns.inii m. to every
M hi oof ihl ni"" nid :v:rynneis
dellirlited with then). You'll be
ph'HMMl. too, if you'll n4 send
yon orn all rhar-es iipi-miII loany
Iinrtof liie ". t. f .r -Y7" or '. ll. 1.
with lirivil.nri' of e:imiti:ition le
f nrn payment f a tiepiiit of fcl.H0 is
sent with t hi. order.
SsmnlM mt Clot wad BO-ftsee
HnMnttew nle telling
Jon nil ahont the sieiit.-sl. lll.o of
Men'sand HoV fiotiiiie-, I'nmtslj.
injrtinmls IIhk. !- for Men and
Women, itn'l l!'l!es' t loai-.n nn.1
Furs,aat Ireo and pontage paid.
N. W. Cor. State and Jackson SU. ,
Til Hob kuii Branch Stores Aayiten.l
Offices in McCulIoujjh
Uuilding, 124 W. Third
Oflirc Hours 9 a. tu. lo 12
Ul., 2 to 4 and 7 to 8 p. ni.
Sundays i to 3 p. m. only.
Special Lines of Practice.
Asthma, Catanli, Dis
eases of the Eye, Ear,
Nose, Throat, Lungs,
and Stomach, Jilood and
Skin Diseases. Rupture
Consultation and Examin
ment by mail. Send for
book and also symptom
Vea Sawlviess, Ftanjlss,
f Mi, nil. VTlMfs In
isiiisiTi i i i i - si r
ln 1iv1-tn. 1 f in
THE TRAVELERS GUIDE.
Qoicago, coca island rAcirie
R i i way D-p"1 rurner Ft ft eresue aad
TMriy-rt rest, r rink R. flaauaer, Aat.
Daavsr Ined Oa
T Worth. Denver A K C
t 4:53 ass llnWpai
t T:Main 4apwi
Vwaba a Pc Molaes
Ora aba Or stoiaes Bz..
ttimaasa Des Molnr Bz.
IVnvrr. menln a Omaha..,
ft. rani a Mhwoapol
St. Paul a MtnnMiotis...
li Sn.ai t 5:a
iwinw, n. wena a a. v..
tKSHMa lat a St. Jnarvk.
I : iiu ti:iiini
(11 pa t : am
:Rnck islsnd a Wsshinrua. IIS-M ami X-30n-i
Cbica A Pes Mntnea If I'll: port ? am
Arrival. tDertnn. tTalry . rzoept Sanday .
AU oUornUllf . Tslepfeoos 10M.
P. U.PLttawsa. Agt.
BCUXOToa KOlTg-C., B
wj Urpot rint avcao
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LUMalh St at, a uona. agvat.
tasva. I aaaiv.
St. Loais Biprtss ;0aai 7:ai pai
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Mcrnnu'. I unaq.ir M. ran t.upa
BcatiiMewa l"eurr. . . : s Vtpa
'crlir.g. Hiilmque m -I.Tatt' t
1)U. Dally eVTi4 MiwUy.
rniCAOO, MILWACKKR a ST. PAUL
Hallway Racuie m eaethwrstara THvlsluii
Dvh Twentieth Mreet, hetwvca Firai aad
Bocond avfiUBU, B. D. W. Holme, Ageat.
Mail and Bswms...
St. Paul Bzprew...
Dock Island a Peoria Railwat
D pot First Avrnoe aad Twoaticth street,
r. A. Huckwell, Agent.
II IS am
Patl Mail asnrww b;ue aa
Ezres t: r p.
IVnrmWry Krviviit Srinan
I'ahlc ivia ShcrrnrJI Ac... an
:1enie Aecoiaimmatien..... n:4iian
Cahle Acvonimuualtttn . S .r n
Dlklinotoh. Cehak ltArios a
e-orthen Railway, opoi funt of Brady
street, Uaveiunrt. Jaa. SI mum. Ucn. Ta'l at
I.va I Asaivs
M :til pmlhltirsk am
17:3U .mi umaa
West Libert- Train-
I fNorth. itSoaiS.
I hT:lllm 't10:w)p '
!aiU:SU vm aS:lftaai V
M'Mmi bllla h
attSpm ' hSrtHiam " '
s Daily, nuatiy czcrpt Maoav. rUoine worlh.
(Ooln Booth aad east. Inn. IS runs hctwwca
Cedar Kapioa and West Libeity.
KfTcetivc Due. 21. We offer to tho
(tublio livsl rasmiiet:r service to
above points as follows:
Lv Botk l-land Mia I C,a l:4ipa
Ar Peoria 11.- am 0KW p a 6tpsi
Lt Peoria li,a :IOpm 8 15pm
Ar irlngBcld 3:10pm f:45pni I:l5sm
Ar St. Loais 7:10 p m :su a at
Ar Jacksonville.... : p
Passengers have aniple tiino to pro
cure Dinner or Lunch al l'eoria
Lv St.cau 7:Uam
Lv SpringflcM It AO a m
Lv Jacksonville T:4Uaat.
Ar Rock l-land Mpm
Uen. Ticket Agent.
Depot foot of Twentieth SU
Rook Island. 111.
Who does not want
her washing' done in
the shortest time and
neatest way is hard
to find. Those who
AOTX-WASnBOAftS SOAP '
Get the best results,
lecausc it is made
from such materials
that it cannot injure
the most delicate fab
ric and will save time
Follow them and you
will find you have
struck a tfood thin;;.
OSIAT SOCS ISLAND TAS MAP
Softens the skin, heals
chapped hands and
removes grease, paint
Warnock Cl Ralston
8oap Makers. Bock Iflaa'L