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THE ABQTJB, WEDNEPDAT, FEBBUABY 10, 1897.
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; SmokineTobacco Made
SUICIDE OF A CHICAGO WOMAN.
She End Bar Trouble la a Hotel
at Starkr, Fla.
Jacksonville, Fla., Feb. 10. A special
to The Citizen from Starke says: Mrs.
N. 8. Rurnham. of Chicago, committed
ulclde in the Commercial hotel some
time Monday niKbt. An empty chloro
form bottle stood near. Five letters
addressed to different persons, were on
the table. Two of them were for her
husband. Dr. N. H. Eunham, atPalatka.
A note "To Whoever Shall Find This"
was also there. It read: "I Intended
going to Chicago In the morning, but I
am growing 111 and it may be that I
shall never awake. If anything does
happen to me please mail the letters
on the table. They will explain much
to the persona to whom they are ad
dressed. Vnder my pillow Is something
like S140. I'ce that for expenses. When
Dr. Uurnham comes he wll pay every
thing else due.
"Ask some kind woman to dress me
for the last time In the clothes I have
laid out. Some one I love has admired
me In them, and I will sleep the better
that I am clothed in them. Notify Mrs.
Mary II. Ford, 4740 Lake avenue, Chi
cago; Jhn II. Wyman, Chadron, Neb.;
Mrs. C. U. Abercromble, Kendall
Green, Mass.; Mrs. Ida Somarlndych,
F.lkhart, Ind., and The Inter-Ocean,
Chicago. For the rest, pray for me,
that I may be forgiven. The burden of
life has grown too heavy for me to
Mrs. Burnham was for some time con
nected with the editorial department of
the Chicago Inter-Ocean, having been
art critic during the World s fair.
A Bird of the far North.
During Dr. Nunwn long voyage into
tbe Arctic sea in search of the north pole
he came upon a group of four islands in
the neighborhood of Fran Josef Land,
near which he saw large number of a
very rare and beautiful bird known as
Rom' sull. It in described aa "the most
beautiful of all tlio animal forma of the
frozen regions," and aa the "moat
markedly polur of all bird forma." It la
diitingniKlied ftoui other specie of gull
by "its beautiful rose colored breast, its
wedge shaped tail audits airy flight."
Speaking of the discovery of these
birds. Dr. Nannen says, "Hitherto it
has only been seen by chance on the ut
most confines of tbe unknown polar
sea, and no one knew whence it came
or whither it went, but here we had
unexpectedly come npnn its native
haunt, and although it was too late in
the year to flud its nest there could be
no doubt about its breeding in this re
gion." Youth's Companion.
A Relte of the Age of lea.
One of the largest glacial bowlders
lying above ground in the state of Penn
sylvania i ou the farm of Enos Stump,
near (juakertown, in Bucks county.
This monster relic of the great ice age
la fit) feet long, 46 feet wide and 14 feet
Ministers Should Use
Dr. Miles' Heart Cure.
THERE 19 NO PEOFESSION. whose
labor so sevcroly tax tbe nervoussy
. tern, a that of tbe ministry. Tbe de
rangement of the serve centers pt tbe bralr
by over work, frequently brings on attacks
af heart tros.Ua, and aervons prostration.
Bev. J. P. Hester, H. D., Pastor C. B.
church, London Mill. Ilia, himself a physi
cian, writes Feb. SC. Wit "Heart affection
aad nervous prostration ha4 become so
serious last fall that a lltUe over' work la
the palptt would so completely prostrate dm
Xr li1r& tht u seemed certain I
Us fraUb muxX niinqaUll tbe srork
TJft rnfe of the ministry entirely.
Heart palpitation became
KCStOre? ' ' ao bad that my auditors
- would ask me it 1 did not
nCaUlllssa.ss bare' heart disease. Last
Kovembor I eoauaciieed taking Dr. Miles
Hew Heart Cure alternately with Dr. MObs
Marti ae aad derived the great- possible
bsaeBU I have )ut closed revival work of
M weak, p achiaf nearly every night aad
twice oa the ffcbbeth. I can apeak for hears
without swVertast as 1 forms! eUd. Bard
worktne: ssiatoters should keep Sr. aJW
this year in valuable
articles to smokers of
Yon will find one coupon In
side each 2 -ounce bag, and two
coupons inside each 4-ounce
bag. Buy a bag, read the coupon
and see how to get your share.
DOINGS OF ILLINOIS SOLONS.
Libel Law Repeal Bill Goes to Third Read
ingSupreme Court Location-
Springfield, Feb. 10. Revell's bill re
pealing the libel law came ud as a
special order in the house yesterday,
and after a short debate was advanced to
the order of third reading. The house
bill authorizing the governor to appoint a
resident trustee for the state normal school
at Charleston was read the third time
in the senate and passed. The house
and senate committees on judicial de
partment and practice met together and
discussed the bill providing for the con
solidation of the supreme court at
Springfield. Representatives of the
State Bar association spoke in favor of
the measure, while citizens from Mount
Vernon and Ottawa spoke against it
After three hours' work the bill was re
ported back to the house with the
recommendation that it pass.
Republican members of the senate
held a conference last night for the
purpose of getting an expression from
the members in regard to the contested
election case of Berry (Rep.) vs. Mani
fold (Dem.), from the Twenty-eighth
district. It had been agreed among the
Republican members of the senate com
mittee that If twenty-six members of
the senate were In favor of seating Ber
ry they would do so. On an informal
ballot twenty-three were cast in favor
of seating Berry, with ten against and
Ave absent and not voting. As it re
quired twenty-six votes to seat him.
unless Berry tan get three more votes
he will not be seated.
Teacber Tommy, what do you mean,
yon naughty boy?
Tommy I ain't doin nothin.
Teacber Why, Tommy, yon whis
tled ; I beard you.
Tommy My mother says yon should
not believe all yon hear. Boston Tran
script. I -oriagi a sioBmrcna.
'The present king of Portugal is Car
los L He ascended the throne Oct, 10,
1689. Portugal has had since 1095,
when its independent existence began,
82 kings 10 xst tho house of Burgundy,
8 of the bouse of Avis and 14 of the
present reigning house of Braganza.
Stew York Financial.
Kcw York, Feb. t.
Money on call nominally atlVsiiper cent.;
prims mercantile paper 4ti per cent.;
sterling exchange steady, with actual btuiaea
in bankers' bills at 4mWa4S6Jii for demand and
4-4"-iTr,4 for sixty dya; pvrtei rates 485J4
4X71$ and 474"41H: coramercial bills. 481)4.
Silver certificates, TsSH4: no sates; bar
silver. Mexican dollar.
United States government bonds easier; sew
4s resist red. UJ6; do. coupon, HIM; 6's reg
istered. ll.Tt: do. coupon. 11 W4 registered,
111: do. coupon. lli!; it registered, S6J;
Pacific ' of VS. IOTJJb.
Chicago Live Block.
Chicago, Feb. 9.
Live Stock Prices at the Uuion Stick yard
today ranged as follow: Hogs Estimated re
ceipts for th day. it),nu); sales ranged at $sJS
P. S3 XitW7H light. to.liSAi roagh
packing. $t.ii3AaS mixed, aad aj.jlOQ3.s3,
heavy packing and shipping lots.
Cattle Estimated receipts fir the day,
S.UUO; quotations ranged at SVOJjW 50 choice
to extra shipping stears. $l.ftS.0 good to
choice do.. StOJ&lo) fair t xl. (3 TS&I.15
common to mwuum do., gvi.ioTr193 batchar
steers $1.41J to-kri. $17ilAls feeders.
Sl.ai&a.TO cow. $2.4ua 15 heifer. $2.3523.73
balls, oxen and stags. t'-9JLZ Tax stasrj,
and as.rS.( real calves.
Sheep and lambs Estimated receipt for the
day. 13.01); sale range! at fi.733t.ft) western
t'.JOdi3.!0 Tdxans, $i.i5&.0.) naUres and $.0
Chicago Grain aad Prod ace.
Cnicaoo, Feb. .
Following were the quotation on the Board
of Trade today: Wheat Hit. ooeaad TSMe.
closed T7!4c; July, opeu -d closed T3Hc;
September, cpened TOtc, clneed Ti!4c. Corn
Hay, opened tc. closed 4 July, opened
tSc, closed ane; September, opened SHo,
closed !Xic. ' Oats February, opened nominal,
closed lMsc: May. opened 14 closed IT)?;
J aly. opmet ISa. elosed UH-s. Fork May.
opened f 7.70 closed S7.S0. Lard Fcbra
ary, openet nominal, closed $3.75; May,
opened i.t&, cl aed $a7H.
Produce: Batter Extra creamary. SD)e per
lb.; extra dairy, 17c per lb.; fresh i-fcig
stock. Bo. Ego Fresh stock. 14Ho per
dee. Poultry Turkeys, &&1S per lb.; chick
ens (hens), a&7; roosteTS. 5c: dock,
adlle; geese, tvaB. Potatoes Dai hail ka, fl
tJJSc per bu.; Hebrons. S3l Sweet Potav
toes niinoia, ai.OOdljn par bbL Honey
White clover ISb per lb: extracted, o7c.
Apples Cimca to tancy. ZScQJI per bbi
- Milwackks. Fab. t.
Wheat Ho. t eoring. Tie; Ho. ( Bert bat u.
l-Mfs: May. TTHo. Cora Na , lttAlSHc
Oata-Ha f white. lsaiMc. Barley Ha t. a
atye-Me. I, 7HTto-
C 1 chase Ic
That National Joke f "Secret"
" Senate Sessions. '
FULL REPORTS BEST BROADCAST!
Or All That Occurs BcUad Cfeeed DM
wish Beporter Fsoludod Senator
passd AswaamssU to the Arbltvatiosi
Treaty aforga States Farther Ohjee-
ttoae Trmaaacttoaa la the House.
Washington. Feb. 10. The most Im
portant developments concerning the
consideration of the arbitration treaty
by the senate hi executive session yes
terday were the offering of sin amend
ment by Morgan providing for the abro
gation of the Clayton-Bulwer treaty,
and the speech by the same senator In
favor of this propostlon. Morgan de
clared that the conditions which called
forth the Clayton-Bulwer treaty bad
long passed away. It waa no longer
binding on either nation, nor was It of
any use or value to this nation, though
It might be of great Importance to Great
Britain In case the ' Nicaragua canal
was constructed. With the treaty now
under consideration he said that no
doubt the question of the abrogation of
the Clayton-Bulwer treaty, in effect.
would have to be submitted to arbitra
tion. While the old treaty was obsolete
and disregarded, yet it was still used
as a menace and bugaboo to the United
States whenever the construction of the
Nicaragua canal waa advocated. Great
Britain, declared Senator Morgan, had
violated the treaty and abrogated It by
occupying a portion of the territory of
Baeon Afraid of Bend Claim.
Great Britain would use the treaty of
arbitration to her advantage, and the
Clayton-Bulwer treaty would be used
In the same way unless it was declared
to be void. There was no better oc
casion for abrogating the Clayton-Bulwer
treaty than by so pro
viding in this arbitration treaty, said
Morgan. Another important amend
ment was offered by Bacon of Georgia.
It provides for a modification of article
8. so as to relieve the southern states
from any obligations that might arise
under the bonds issued in the recon
struction days. The amendment was
the result of a conference among the
southern senators who concluded that
the article as it now stands might ren
der It possible to make these bonds
when held by subjects of Great Britain
the object of arbitration. Bacon sought
an opportunity to address the senate on
the amendment, but was prevented by
the fact that Morgan held the floor all
Some More Amendments Proposed.
A number of amendments have been
prepared which will be offered in the
course of the debate. Among them is
one directing that all subjects of arbi
tration must first be submitted to the
president and the senate before being
sent te the tribunal provided for in the
treaty. Another excepts from matters
subject to the treaty the Alaskan boun
dary dispute; also any controversy as
to the boundary line in the Straits of
Fuca, which separate Vancouver Island
from Washington state.
THOSE REPORTS OF THE SESSION.
Senators Again Bothered by the Eatarprle
lag News gatherer.
The early part of the session was by
no means devoid of interest. The first
two hours were given to a discussion of
the full reports of Monday's secret ses
sion, that were printed in the papers
yesterday morning. Vest sprang this
subject as soon as the confirmations
were disposed of. The time was de
voted to a senatorial discussion of the
methods of the modern news-seeker
which was more in the nature of fault
finding than of criticism of their ac
curacy. The reports were generally
complimented for their accuracy, and
most of the remarks were devoted
to an effort to explain their appearance.
Vest asserted that no one but a
trained newspaper man could give the
proceedings In such detail as sent out
by the Associated Press, and contended
that an expert must be employed some
where In the chamber. He complained
quite bitterly of the appearance of such
reports as derogatory to the dignity of
the senate. He was followed by Hale
and Hoar in the same strain. Gallinger
said that If as full reports as Monday's
were to be given out it would be better
to open the doors and invite the world
to be present
Teller suggested the wisdom In the ab
sence of open sessions of allowing a few
selected reporters to be present, saying
that his experience with the profession
was such aa to convince him that they
could be depended upon to deal fairly
and honorably with the senate. Hill
did not fall to take advantage of the
opportunity to "point the moral, it be
ing that his motion for open doors
should have been adopted. He said it
was claimed that tbe treaty was an
unprecedented accomplishment In diplo
macy. Even if this was true, he said.
It was also true that the senate had
taken an almost unprecedented step In
making the treaty itself public Why
not extend the policy to the extent of
having open discussion of It- He, how
ever, refrained from renewing his mo
tion to this effect.
THAT ST. liOtTIS FIKAXCIAL plJaif Tl.
Hill of Couaeeticut Csailln it a ald
Washington, Feb. 10. The interest tn
congress in the question of an interna
tional monetary conference waa shown
yesterday by the presence in the house
committee on coinage of many mem
bers to listen to the discussion of the
resolutions before the committee. Sev
eral members of the committee on bank
ing and currency took part in tb de
bate. The first speaker waa Represeat-
ative Hill, of Connecticut, Republican,
who spoke from a political standpoint,
bitterly denouncing the senate for at
tempting to lay a trap to ensnare the
Republican party. It waa aa attempt,
ha said, to brine about the things which
tae Repubncaa party voted down at the
last election the free coinage of sil
ver and a doable standard of value.
"My understanding of the SL Louis
platfornV Hill continued. ls that It
pledged the party first to the srsal
tananc of the gold sSAtsaara aad that
man to whether the platform had not
meant the gold standard while endeav
oring to deceive voters Into the under
standing that it meant bimetallism.
Brewster of New York remarked that
the bill was a trap by the enemy to put
the next president "in a hole." Fair-
hiM Af Vaw Vn-V ma i (hot h nnAT.
stood the senate bill had been drafted
by Senator Wolcott after conference
with McKinley. "Let Mr. McKlnley
give his opinion in his inaugural mes
sage, said Brewster. The committee
ARMOR FLATK REPORT READY.
tSevensaeat Plant Favored IT
Will Mat Aeees tVsOS a Tea.
Washington, Feb. 10. The senate com
mittee on naval affairs baa reached a
conclusion on the report to be made as
a result of its Inquiry on the subject of
armor plate. The committee will rec
omend that the secretary of the navy
shall not be authorized to pay more
than $100 per ton for armor and that
an appropriation of $1,500,000 be made to
be used in the establishment of a plant
In case the manufacturers refuse to ac
cept this price. The sum is fixed as the
maximum that can be paid, and the
opinion is expressed by the committee
that the price properly could be made
lower. Still, out of deference to tbe
secretary and in order not to do in
justice, $400 Is accepted as the proper
The appropriation for the establish'
men t of a plant is made purely conditional
upon the non-acceptance by existing
manufacturers of the price fixed, and
the opinion is expressed that the ap
propriation will be sufficient for the
purpose. The report prepared by Sen
ator Chandler was amended in some
particulars and as amended will be pre
sented to the senate within a day or
TWO. TARIFF BILL 8XAOS.
Steel Billet aad Lumber Men Fat I
Washington, Feb. 10. The question
of duties on steel billets and bars and
similar forms of steel proved a stum
bling block yesterday to the Republic'
an members of the ways and means
committee who are framing the new
tariff bilL The Iron and Steel associa
tlon has asked for Increased duties on
these articles, but the committee Is not
satisfied that any Increase is desirable.
They discussed the subject and came
to no conclusion, desiring to have more
information before they act. A sub
committee will Investigate before the
next meeting, when the rates probably
will be fixed.
Washington, Feb. 10. The ways and
means committee Republicans have
been interviewed during the past two
days by a delegation of Michigan lum
bermen who are opposed to the duty
of $2 which will be placed on white
pine In the new tariff bill. The Michl
gan men have purchased stumpage prl
vileges In Canada, and are opposed to
the increase of duties on white pine and
fear that the Canadian government will
retaliate by the imposition of higher
crown taxes on their Canadian prop
Ticket Brokers IMdnt Appear.
Washington, Feb. 10. The house com
mittee on interstate and foreign com
merce held a session yesterday for the
purpose of hearing ticket brokers in op
position to the pending bill prohibiting
ticket brokerage. No one appeared,
however, and the chairman read a letter
from George M. McKenzle, of the Amer
lean Ticket Brokers' association, saying
that as the bill had been reported
the Mouse with a favorable recom
mendation It is beyond the jurisdiction
of the committee.
Washington, Feb. 10. The senate yes
terday spent nearly tbe whole day In
secret session on the Anglo-American
arbitration treaty. But little business
of a general character was done, and
that of no importance.
In the house the Immigration bill as
revised In conference was passed 217
to 33 and two pension vetoes overrid
den. Both these were for war widows
who had remarried, ore being for the
widow of John H. Patton, an Illinois
soldier, i ;-? .--; u : 1
Funeral af George W. Shaaklia.
Washington. Feb. 10. The funeral of
George- W. Shanklin. for many years
editor of the Evansvllle (Ind.) Courier,
who died Saturday, took place yester
day at the residence of Justice Harlan,
Rev. Dr. Radcliffe officiating. Final
obsequies will be at Evansvllle, Ind.,
The pall-bearers were Senator Turple,
Justice Brewer, General J. W. Foster,
Representative Hemenway, O. O.
Stealey and J. W. Allison.
All the Electoral Tetaa Are la.
Washington, Feb. 10-The electoral
votes of all the states have been re
ceived, that of Montana, the last to be
received, arriving yesterday.
M7t caU them little rncn uxd
little women, hnttbtf Are
neither. They lutwe idei mod
ways all their own, Forttr-
iiatiely tney soon tMXorne toaa
of cod4hrer oil, when U is
wen to them in the form of
is the most vahuMt tttotdr h
swtctsifla for all the WstfttHf
cUseAses of cArly Ele. aim;
fximrhr faouriBhetl. scrtMttarws
child; the thin, weakv ftettine
child; the younr chllJ who
does not tnowt au UfceScotf
asm a. a.eT . B
EmtiMton wtxnotsx iorcs
fsritm. liSmUIMIASif thcT k
that this tntAnt yMrttAhrnent
And srrowth wot trone
Book lirlsa m timrl
it pay as try
For amis at S3b a! IX try al
SCOTT A sXTtrsTB. 1
RAIL POOL BUSTS.
Strongest Trade Combine in the
Country Is Dead.
STEEL RAILS DROP EIGHT DOLLARS
Aad Do It la Tweaty-faur HVare-ConU
Ko Coatiatae the OasktoM Mnaaii -taess
Was Too Slaw Csllape ltiiil
to Keaa a DesVsaco to the Trada froaa
Carnwgie IIMaoia Mewl Cam pa ay Pre
cipitates the Catastrophe.
Chicago, Feb. la Steel rails are be
ing sold at the lowest price ever known
In America, and the steel rail pool has
collapsed. Eighteen dollars a ton was
asked for rails In Chicago yesterday.
and in Pittsburg the rate was 113.1a a
ton. Monday the price In Chicago was
and In Pittsburg $:5. Tbe sensa
tional break of IS a ton within twenty-
four hours Is the result of a secret meet
ing of the rail pnoL held In Pittsburg
Monday. All the members were pres
ent. No agreement could be reached.
and President J. W. Gates, of the Illi
nois Steel company, hastily returned to
Chicago and called a meeting of the di
rect ots of that company. As a result
of their deliberations he notified IL C.
Frlck. chairman of the Carnegie Steel
company, thnt the Illinois Steel com
pany was unable to come to a conclu
sion, and had postponed action until
after the annual election of officers, to
be held today.
Dm Went tbe Frleea.
Two hours after the message reached
Pittsburg the prices quoted were being
asked In Chicago. Rumors were cur-
rent all day that the Carnegie company
was offering anything
ig at any price In I
Chicago, but owing to the fact that the
Illinois Steel company was to hold Its
annual meeting today the rumors were
classed as being made for stock jobbing
purposes, and had little effect. It waa
not until the prices had been quoted by
numerous eastern concerns that the
trade really took cognizance of them.
It was then announced that the Scran
non Steel company had formally with
drawn from the pool and that prices
were on a wide-open basis.
Carnegie C anna ay's Defli
In the trade the dissolution of the pool
Is taken to mean that Carnegie ft Co. In
this way make It known that they can sell
rails cheaper than anybody else, and
that they will not henceforth be ham
pered by an agreement which Is to their
STRONGEST FOOL IX THE COISTBV.
Maintained Steel Rails at SIS a Ton for
The steel rail pool was the longest
lived and most successful of the trade
organisation ever formed in this coun
try. The orangizatlon Included only the
mills making standard sections, and not
those rolling street-car and lighter rails.
and presumably heavy forfeits were on
deposit to prevent violations of the
agreement. The eleven concerns popular
ly believed to be members of the pool
were: The Carnegie Steel company,
Pittsburg; Scranton Steel company.
Scranton: Pennsylvania Steel company.
Steel ton : Cambria Iron company. Johns
town: Lackawanna Iron and Steel Co.
Philadelphia; Bethlehem Iron company,
Bethelehem, Pa.; Maryland Steel com
pany. Sparrows Point, Md.; Johnson
Company, Lorain. O.; Cleveland Roll
ing Mill company, Cleveland; fnlon
Iron and Steel company. Toungstown,
O.; Illinois Steel company, Chicago.
The basis of prices which the pool
maintained for many years was $28
ton at Pittsburg, and $29 at Chicago. A
reduction of $3 a tan was made at the
beginning of the year to conform In
measure to the lower basis of prices
brought about by the collapse of the
billet pooL This did not bring the or
ders expected, and the trouble began.
H. H. Porter, chairman of the Chicago
and Eastern Illinois Railroad company.
and former director of the Illinois Steel
comnanv said last night that he had
company, sata last nignt inai ne
heard of the break-up of the pool, and
presumed that It meant a general cut
in prices of steel rails. John W. Gates,
president of the Illinois Steel company,
refused to admit that there was any
trouble In the pool or to annrAtce the
policy of hia company If suchvas the
Talaksge Approve That Ball.
Indianapolis. Feb. 10. Rev. T. DeWItt
Talinage waa in the city yesterday.
When asked for an expression on the
Bradley Martin ball Dr. Talmage said:
"My general theory Is that It Is well to
rive to the poor and the needy. There
are two ways to do It one directly and
the other bv scattering the wealth. I
think that when an entertainment that
will scatter $100,000 Is given the man
who cannot see that $90,000 of It will
reach the poor needs a new pair of spec-
tacles. I am In favor of these great en
tertainments. I am not talking now
, moral stsndpolnt.
Attack mm tho OepartaseBt More.
Qutncy. Ills.. Feb. 10. The fourth an
nual convention of the Illinois Retail
Grocers' and Merchants' association
ooened yesterday. Nearly 0S dHe-
e-stee were presenL President George
A..8cherer. of Peoria, gave his annual
I address. His attack upon department
: stores was applauded. He declared them
I worse than trusts, and said they should
be reached and restricted bv law.
Tat) batt StUv.
IB U world let
Baada, eUlbUiBS. mu setd all sua
anptioa. Bad poaJOTaiy mvtm
pilafi or BO pay IwaalTwd. It is frBar
samMd to arivw imrfaet MtislMtlota, Of
Btraaay rtaaadatL rnM 4MRMpw
box. fagaald aHarhgaS CnaaTr
ibsolutet cumiTO irsr 1
Xr.ate of James W. Dyer, Deceased.
anderf Sraee havlnc sees appertta asmta-
hnrator of tbe estate of Jaat.a W. Vft, late of
enanty t itech Island, state Illtassa, ea
sed, hereby gives smtlce that he will appear
before tbe county court of kcea Island caaa
ly, at the oaaee of the etrrh of said eaart, ts
the city of Km k Istend. st the Man a u-rav. oa
the first MoBdsy ia March. Belt, at ahljh taw
J persoaa bsvtaf tils etcamet sai4 ea
leie are wotttedeaa reeseoU to atteM lor tas
pnrpnee of having tbe easse aastoa.
AusaraonslndabtedloeaidastaM are isqaeet
4 to taste Issanfltit sajrsksat t the as tie
a?4-. . .
Wales ibis rata ostot areawrr. . w. leoe.
Jon w. TmxaASX. aaattpwrsior.
(stats of Oeorgs B. Ke ty, eVeeaaed.
Ta anoersnao senna area apawuasa
MBMaratrut or tn
estate of Georg fa
ata of tho enent of Koea latans. 1
rUinota. defeased, hereby five aotlee that she
rill SBDrar before tbe enantr eoart of Mock Islaad
eoar.t?, at the omc of tbe clerk of sM eoart, ta
ib euy of ttock Island, at the Msrch arna, aa
the drvt Monday tn Warck next, at watch ttss
n ssnng the easse adlsrtoe.
1 persons raoeoiea tosaie ssisie aww nsan-
Dated this lSut aay or Janasry. a. 0 isbt.
Asa stu.i, AUisisiorraaix.
Ttstata of laae fsnbrmr. decrer-id.
Tas noerstarieil Banna hsa auuolntsd adrara-
Istratrix of the estate of Issae Uastbrrgrr,
late of the eoontv or Ki
stats of fllinoia. deoMsed. hereby cress aooce
that she will appear before the eoetity eoart
of Rock uland eoontr. at the efaca of the Clark
of said eoart, mthe city otKoek Island, at the
April term, oa u am oaaay ia apni
Brat, at which tune all prrena hsvmg elaims
aralnet said estate are notified aad reejoasted to
attend. lor the purpose of sating lac
ait IK1 1 sou iBoeossa so ran w are 10-
queeted to maaa tsasseataM payment so tas aa-
mum uns smn ear or sen. a. sr.. 1 .
Bsarua BaBBtMaaa. Adamistre'rtz.
J season Ut usT. Attorneys for admz.
ST ITS OP ILUMOIS, I
Ft bate court of Conk ennnty. Ia the c stats of
ary H- Bu-wrll. aa Inrsoe nersoa.
n strtne of a decree of tbe pmtnte eontt of
nkroant. Illinr. entrrrdan the St of
Deceab-r. A. D-, IBM. on the petition of Frank
t.reen. cons. rrstot of Mary U. Mows I. sa Inrane
person, fo leave to sell the real estate of the
raid Mary H. Mowril to pay dsbteof ld Mary U
Mtnwn'l, or to taest tbe porreds thererf ss may
be rtnatred by raid eoart, I will, on SstBr', the
twM.tj-orver.tb of reatsary. a IV. t7. at
it.- hour or 11 o rices a m at toe inaiciai saics-
loftnecnica o real anate noara. no. si
Dearhorn street. In the city of CLicg . coast y of
, ook a state of l'11-iot. sell a" rubilc mdoe
m th. ktfher bidder foch. ab the intrreet o
tbe said Mary U. Mowcll In ud to th praatltes
nt m I as ate doettora as 101 lows:
enb-tot one til ot oir-.a nine vju. w, npen
sdrittlon to Bees l.lstxl : also esb-tot ersra
(7i of botk finttren(14)ln 8t enter and Case'
a' dition to Hock Island: slso lots one (It and
two(t rf block twnU) in Howard's addittoa to
keck I-land. an iiavra in ue cny ra itorn isi-
I and. connty tf Roct Is and, and state of Illinois.
Dated Feb. x, i". nut witcss.
totmrrratoT ot aary a.otoweu.
J Kit6b. AUoracy.
8TATB of nxrsois, l
Boca iatasTB vodstv. 1
In the tire tilt court Is chiLcery. fort closure.
rraersl No. 40H4
Mnneld M. ntargeoa vs. ratnee uregg nog.
mIm Is KsrebT risen that bv vfrtne of de
cree of said eoart. entered la tbe above entitl-d
rente. on tbe loth day of Jsnusry. A.D. 1KV7.
stisll. oa Batnrasy. rne lata aay 01 aann,
A. D ISsT. at tbe hour of I o'clock la Ihs aftcr
vm. at the front door of tbe eoart house, la tbe
e ty of Bork Nland, In said eonnty of Bork Islaad,
to stlstr said decrre. sell at nshlle vondes to
I be highest and bent bidder for cash In band, those
,,; pareele f lat.d, sitnat is the county of
Burk Islstid snd rtate ot llltnoa, kaowa aad oe-
,;iwwt follows, tirlf:
Tb- srd drd one-firth part of lots one fl aad
two it l botangbieea 1 at d the aadlstdrd
o-x-drth pttt of thcat otb one bond-ed and thirty
ftsi) feet cf lot ten (lot In b'ock aaaber iblr
teen (Ul. ell In mh Boer Case's a'ditioa lotte
lf nl K,.rk Inland.
Dated at BVck Istsrra. 1 linois. ins isi osy o
rtb ittry. A.U.. IWJ. tLwis sv. rsaassTaa,
taster in fnancery. ttoca iiMwoutemy, iu.
C. B. MaatatLL, Coaplalnaiit' Solicitor.
Notice of Sale of Baal Estat.
stats or Illinois, i
Br virtu of a decretal order cfthe eoent
court of sa'd contitv entered a the Irebraary
term. A. D. IW7. of stld eoart. oa tbe re It I on of
Andrew w. acuonaet'. ruarciaa of Kettle B,
MeCoaneli. Lsnra a. MeCoaaalL htaa B. Me-
conns 11 aad liartlvy B McCoBnall, 1b at, U
mil bereesuie brrrlns'tor rs-rlbd. helorir
Instetbrm. I stall, oa Wednetdi. h third
dsy '4 Mrh. A. D . 1K7. at la eoslh dour of
the eoart bouse, in In city of Kork lalsi
eoonty of Back Islaad rad state of Illinois,
tbe boar otso'ciocb la tae aruwaona, of eat
da, sell sil the f trbt. trtle. elate aad tataisu of
aid altmr. In sad to the following sescrlStd
rssleetatr. sliest la the eoaaty of Beck If lead
aodstalaof liliBos. to-wf: '
Th wsatoae-asll (Ulof fh BMrrhwest amrtrr
(Ml mt sscooa ttatcaa (1) and the east set half
(Ml of the Bonn -east amrtrr tht of osei
sestntrea (171, all ta towaafalp sixtaaa Cll. Bortk
rsBga wo l. uaat or tae losrta tsthl uria
clsal aserldiaa, eoataialas waa haadied sad
but, ciao arms.
es s tale will l-e made at ueMle aactiovto
ta nigiiaai ass aeet mt inrra-k ta astxi.
Asbbcw w. Mot OS SLA,
(iearSian sf said minors.
J.cxsoa A He sr. AUBratys.
fr ss,m aaaraas
I. mm 'I rj
TH AboVI BEtUlTtJaos. Par- SV J
It solefeir ead eoralr J" " 1 TWT
awit,e Jirrveaaneal. tmpoteocy, Bmr
F sbttv Flattest".. Evil Isr-saa, J , ,
1 U . u mwm nm mjr wriM'WmmwW n
m and lni ain. bem I Lust VllaMtr.
row-r aad Vatitaa Mstaary . Wsids f laaaoity
and seuaamtMiaa. CarmwrtraBUetaets fau. laaiai
Iea bo-Ibc VITALIa, aoc' Ca be eas la
Ibeyeetssf sc ay uil$ljBap a
BrtlAfaarm..'- ko t are as Si ifead
aha Mattar. Ct star P . Addres
OmiimfJ I.LDiUNL CO , UffLAWl, U.
aad a velvety Bortuees of th skra Isl
c A ft :
aU0AOO, KOOC lSLAID a PACIrlO
aaula T-rjets cat tie Barchasad a Bag
swriiil at K iarTantMusssMessa
?. 7- r anpo eornet Ktrt avenue asd
iy-ratia at. rinsBit. Aj-eea.
Puavat United AUrata
t. wen, iaaver A a-O.
Oar baa Da Medaes
1 IObbm I mats
OxaaaA Dr-a koines Kx .
fit B em r aa
T :'": am
t reaaba Mmneenotts Si.
1l :lus t :aai
w. B.wia m wniia...
fit. rani A Mtoneasulis.....
Denver, Fv Wonka) B-v..
t .-ftaat I an
tamer 4 :u pa
:m aa -to i
(asanas iiiy a rt- soaevh
(Rorfe Ulead A Waiaarla
ll tn aa 4 1 J pa
4 I lpa tt:ltaa
Chltas-ii A Dee ttoti
Koch Ulead smart
- t :m 1.1a titiia
t trtsail- twsaa
'l :MM ffl llata
Mescaline 1 Willoa
Ajiteal. 4 Deuai lura. tDatrr.
atietaarsaaiiy Tis;aoD I'M.
aonfiat rvcattirs a r-allaea eteauat enll ka a
aeaVraftrTlliwhlokarUlsms as Chics
fe at tot . m. Monday.
BCftLDIOTotl BOtTB O-, B. I
way Oesnt rtxat isb aad
fit. L SntWtcla.
Brar. ttuta via Mntmemii tat am lm
vwaov. winai vuawaa a
tlt tfi pat
raerta, rroptowa. Bar-
Unrtoa a Want
t. Paal d Mtrmeanola ..
St. aansos City, Denver
ran. Joast via tsateee'r
t Dally ezospt BanAay.
rmcAoo, HixwAtma m sr. part,
Ballway Bacts A islhaitsia DtrarWs
-Ospot Tweatlsth Uriel, bet bibs
sseansa, L. a. wrest. ,
f am tpa
a sa naa
9M aa ta
fional sad ArmnareefiBt'n.
Daily except Sunday.
IOOE IaLABD ft Pbobma Kailwai
B. Sloclibotae, tsea'L Tk't Agent. ft.L,4iot(
Cseter Is. Tb TfCb-,
Psortaa sjtLoaJs Mail a.
Pro -la A roots. Freight...
Cable and fk w ard Aeooa..
Cable AexmicmriatlOB ...
Cshls snd bherrard Arc not..
11 :l aa
I .a a
1 : pro
traiss Uses Ol. BV L A P. iatolme
etaae) d.pot tee ft) aUsetea earner thea thae
ver. Tralae eserked aaUy, aU sthst train
ally azrept Bunday.
To tbe East rU the
R. I. & P.
avV MVNptlli 4 eW ttIB V aW flst 1 WL
Lv Bock llm.- 1 17 am $Slam I SO pa
C B I A P Depot
L Hoc laumd tttaa I Ot Bat 1 pa
TweBUeia St Depot
Ar Bloomurkm-.... It eat I Kern tStBea
artBdimspuils... 4tam I Ma I Hi sal
Ar Lor-rUa.... t K pei ttfisra
Ar Clacinnsll t unpen tttpa tinea
arrtayto-. . 18 ttl sat 10 St pa Sltaa
Ar Oolsaihes.. t ot ne IS It aa IKtea
fir Jarksoc-1Li,. UHia ftoves Srtaa
Ar ftprtcs-&e .. lUa ISDpa kstpia
Ar (M Louis .... rokva ttsea
''wi. sitaai tnpm tttpa
ar Dcetui-... Uaa I u pat lia
ar tlattooa 1! as pat ttl pa 11 te
At Tmv Baat . . .. t ttpa
Unas oast of Peoria (mitt UuroBga
ooaobas and sleeplog mtb m alffct
tralai to pnnoipia bioos.
OtrB. TUM ACBBt.
Why eater with "I'm whoa ye cos
b cured by aatag aa Jar of
nEEIlOS SCO'S riLE BEMEDT.
Testimonials Furalthed Fraa.
F-nclosa 60 eeatf to as and wa
will send tob ena iar of Harroa
Co'fi nfs Remauj bj ratBra
FOLEY'S KIDNEY CDS2
t QUARANTEED ttsssj
yr money refuiuScd. Cea
Udru. remis-is-i irctr-l-rd
by ell emlnsnt phyr' I
ta th fctst icr XOlzzjczl
Dr. a 'Stmt r 4STfa Usowlc
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