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Una ABGUg TUESDAY MABCH 10, 1897
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ne Battae A rata BmMiM to HeoJtbu'
GeorgeW. Hervey, editor of the
Weekly Omaha World-Herald, ii a
perfect picture of health, and looks
more like, the Hervey of other daye.
To aee him now, one can hardly be-
ma no nas oeen anch a
irreat eufferer. He . writes of bU
failing health and recovery, in hit
ua.iownius way aa rouows:
'For several yeara I iu tronbled
With indioeatlnn an uvbpa
make it impoaaible to take more than
two meala a day without intense ant-
ienng. i jrrew worse gradually un
til Jolr. 10,5. I
tacked with increased pain and sore
ness over the pit of my stomach and
harp pains In my right side, which
piny increased until 1 could
carcelv get my breath. 4 physician
waa tailed for immediate relief and
nypoaermio Injeouont of mor
phine were resorted to for re
uer. I was able to be out in
bout a week, but had a second
attack the following August, more
intense than before. 1 was reduced
from 156 to 134 pounds in nine davs
and left whellv nnahia t tk .A.
ouriabment, I U red on lime water
aaaavery little milk for several
daji after. For one year I carried
morphine pellets in my pockets for
uiB(Bncy. aii mis time my
atomach was aora and varw ( I lc
IdiscoTered that what would agree'
with my atomach thia week would
probably not next week, and thai t
waa getting nearer and nearer to a
A 1 11 . . ...
uiw vunapse. i cousuitea tnree oi
the best physicians in the state and
wu BKrmu miij as to my ailment,
out miea to give me relief. Having
utterly failed to obtain relief, I
Anally made arrangements to go to
Chicago to be treated, when my little
uoy onaueea to get a aample package
of Dr. Kay's Renovator, which
he brought to me. I was in
duced to try it, not baring the
least faith ' in iu virtues. I
thought the sample relieved me and
I purchased a 25 cent box. Before
it waa all used I had so improved
that I was taking three meals a day,
which I had not done for yeara. I
then nsed one package of the large
Dr. Kay's Renovator and one more
of the small size. It is eight months
since I commenced using Dr. Kay's
Renovator, and I now have no
symptoms whatever of my old trou
ble. I have recommended it to
many of my friends for stomach
trouble and I think all have reported
relief." George W. Hervey, Omaha.
Neb., Feb. 17, 1897. Dr. Kay'a Ren
ovator ia sold by druggists or sent
by mail for 25 centa and $1. Book.
, let free. Dr. B. J. Ksv Medical Co
" ritaat Fueal FUm. '
Dr. Williams' Indian Pile Ointment
will cure blind, bleeding, ulcerated
and Itching piles. It absorbs the
tumors, allays the itohtng at once,
acta as a poalUoe, giving instant re
lief. Dr. Williams' Indian Pile Oint
ment ia prepared - only for piles
and itching of the private parts, and
nothing else. Every box is guaran
teed. Sold by draggiata or sent by
mail for 60 centa and $1 per box.
. Williams M'f'o. Co., Prope , Cleve
land, Ohio. For sale by all drue
. flate. 8
A MlsBPia Wimilty.
Oaacarete Candy Cathartic, the
most wonderful medical discovery of
the age, pleasant and refreshing to
the taste, act gently and positively
on the bowels, cleansing the entire
system, dispel cob4 a, cure headache,
fever, habitual constipation and bil
iousness. Please buy and trv a box
of C a a today; 10, 25, 50 centa.
Sold and guaranteed to cure by all
druggists. - v .
4 tu-ad rwliaer
Overcomes as when inferior pre par.
allocs are recommended by unscru
pulous dealer as jest as good as
Foley'a Honey and far - Cough Syr
up." when we know the anequaled
meriu of thie greet medicine. Sold
by 11. F. Bahnsen.
Just try a 10 cent box of CaaoareU.
the finest liver and bowel regulator
ever made. . " .
BawYork, Boston, PhUadalphm,
HAVOC BT THE FLOODS.
Bowes Feraon the Tletlana mt th
ipl Hi- Bicak la the Lew.
Memphis, Tenn., March 16. It la re
ported that five Dersons livinz on E7mr
MHe bayou, near Marion. Ark, were
arowned in the flood yesterday. At
west Memphis yesterdav
Jack Carter, colored, and child were
wepi away y the torrent and both
Perished. All Of the Inland In Iko .,1
cinity of Memphis are entirely sub-
incrgea ana rnany people have been res
cued, and brought to this city. The river
has broken all records, the gauge regis
tering w.4 leet. News of the first seri
ous break In the levee system has
reached this city. It occurred Saturday
near Nodena, Ark, fifty miles above
- The river la rasrlns- hrmirl th.
vaase at a terrific rate, having the tre
mendous ran or fifteen feet to give it
force and send It tn rleni t
struction in the low lands of Mississippi
county. Ark. The break is the more
terrible because loss of life will surely
occur from it. Indeed, the most san
guine or those who know of the condi
tions there do not dare to hope that all
the people In the low lands escaped from
me Tiooa wnen u came upon them Sat
The levee which gave way is In front
or Mississippi county and it is thought
the water will altnnot if
cover thia county. For miles and miles
to the west of Memphis not a home ia
nanitaule. At Marion, Ark., all Sunday
ond yesterdav the available mtoamarm
fit for such duty were employed rescuing
nooa victims, ana some of the sights
that have been met are tmlv luthMi.
The destitution Is terrible and will be
worse, a hundred citizens of Memphis
KOt together vesterdAv mnmlnv anri a-
vlsed means to send relief boats to the
overflowed district, and to furnish sup
port to the flood victims when they are
iTUUErnt IO mil CIIV rrnm the mmumil.
ing country. A relief fund of $1,000 was
immediately suDscrioed by citizens pres
'. PROCEEDINGS IX CONGRESS.
Reed's Tote for Speaker la 199 Vetoed
IMlls All Reintroduced.
Washington, March 16. The vote for
speaker of the house yesterday was
Reed. 139; Bailey, 114; Bell (Pop.), 21,
and New-lands (silverite), 1. All the
ropuusts voted for Bell. Of the ..
sionlsts three. Baker and Jett nf Till
nols. and Marshall nf Dhln vnt. -
Bailey; one. Max well of Nebraska, voted
lur dcii, anu uiree, Jones ana Lewli
of Washington and Todd of Michigan
uiu qui Toie. iwo or tne sllverltes,
Newiands of Nevada an
Colorado. Alii nnt vnttm -n u.n..
Montana voted for Newiands. Speaker
Reed was enthusiastically received on
us viKaiamx m me nouse arter his
election and made a mMi,i . i
dryly humorous speech in assuming the
According tn time hn
Helmer (Rep.) of Pennsylvania, the old-
mi lucmuer in continuous service, ad
ministered the OAth tA the aneoW
After the new members had been sworn
in Dy tne speaker the other officers
were eiec tea as cnosen by the Repub
llcan Caucus. The lianal fnmal m
lutlons of notification of assembling
were adopted. When Henderson of
Iowa offered the usual resolution for
the adoption temporarily of the rules
of the last house an ineffectual attempt
Was made under the irumhin d.
burn of Iowa to limit the operation of
ru'e w tne last congress, which
were adopted temporarily, to thirty
The Democrats, Populists and four
v-va aiiiii. UUI
they were defeated 183 to 152. This was
uniy mciaent out or the ordinary
connected with the proceedings. The
etesident's memi va.
vigorously, aa was Dingley when he
...wuuurcu UK new taritr bill. The
speaker aonolnted the dm,,mi
- - - .v.,, u infin-
oersor the old committee on the new ways
uktbiis cunimittee and added Bailey
Of Texas. Rnhertann T .
. wuiomuu, ana
BwansoB of Virginia, to the Democratic
..rmurmnip. i ne orawing for seats oc
casioned the usual merriment and good
humor. During the session all the ap
propriation bills that failed last session
to meat President Cleveland's approval
The best Salve in the world
Cuts, Braises. Sores, Ulcers, Salt
Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter. Chapped
Hands, rhllkl.ln. r ..l1?..
-. wi ur, U1U ail
Skin Eruptions, and positively cures
t -- r-j -"il"- ia sniar
aatcd to giro perfect aatiafaotfoa or
money refunded. Price 23 cents per
box. , For sale by Bartz DUemeyer.
As Explained in Full by tira Maine
. - . otatetman.
two ruiposEs or the measule,
A Bow They Are CUdaMd to Bve
tfca Flrrt Tear of 78,000,000 mmd tor taw
Seeaad aC Snee,eee,OM Flgan Oat-
rrhwlpal Ftatar mt th BeelaraUi
Pratlslui fiudacU InelatUd Therein.
Washington, March 16. Chairman
Dingley, of the ways and means commit
tee, in response to a request that he
furnish a synopsis of the new tariff bill
presented by him yesterday, makes the
following statement: "The bill has two
purposes namely, to raise additional
revenue, and to encourage the indus
tries of the United States. On the
of the Importations for the last fiscal
year the bill would increase the reve
nue about 1112,000,000, divided among
the several schedules roughly as fol
lows: (A) Chemicals, $3,500,000; (B)
crockery and glassware, $4,000,000; (C)
metals, $4,000,000; (D) wood. $1,750,000
(E) sugar, $21,750,000: (P tobacco. 17.
000,000; (G) agricultural, $6,300,000; (H)
liquors, $1,800,000; (I) cottons, $1,700,000;
(J) Jute, linen and hemn. X7 snnnnn- sirt
wool, $17,500,000; do. manufactures of
wool, $27,000,000; (L) silks, $1,500,000; (M)
pulp and paper, $58,000; (N) sundries.
' Revenue Exneeted from Wool.
"This estimate ia on the annnnaftlnn
that the imports of each class of goods
wouia oe the same the next fiscal year
as in the fiscal year ended last June.
But as the imnorta nf wnnl were three
times as great and those of woolens more
man twice as great In pounds as In
1893. the committee mnimnl that th.
excessive importation would be largely
reaucea Dy tne proposed bill, although
the fact that our domestic production
of wool has diminished 8
since 1893 will necessitate the importa
tion of much more wool now than in the
latter spar. Assuming that the impor
tations Of WOnl Will fall ntf at least nne-
third from those of 1R96 on account of
anticipatory imports to avoid duties. w
place the increased revenue fmm thi
source at 111,000,000.
Look for 020.000.000 from Knn..
"Anticipating also that the imports of
ns wiu ran on nearly 60 per cent.
1 . the enormoua imnorta nf 1R9C
estimate the Increased revenue from this
source under the proposed rates at about
i4,uuu,uuo. From sugar we estimate
$20,000,000 additional revenues. Antici
pating a considerable falling off of im
ports 01 navana tobacco because of the
revolution in Cuba we reduce the esti
mates of additional revenue to be de
rived from .the tobacco schedule tn U.
000,000. The remaining schedules would
afford a revenue nf ahnni tTO urn nnn tr
the basis of Imports of 1896; but as there
would probably be dimlninshed imports
at some points, although the gradual
restoration Of buSinem actlviHr amiM
offset this by increasing the consump
tion of Imported luxuries, we reduce the
estimates on these to $31,000,000.
Revenue Increaaa aa F.tlmatril
"These would asrsrrprate an addltinnal
revenue 01 iso.ooo.oooo the first year. A
runner reduction of $5,000,000 or $10,000,
000 for contingencies would leave $70,
000.000 to S75.000.COO aa the nmhahle In
creased revenue from this bill the first
Vear. Which Would unrinnhteritv rise tr
$100,000,000 the second vear. ' These esti.
mates are below rather than above the
Probable result. unleo a nnnalderahla
delay In the enactment nf the Mil ahnnM
greatly enlarge the opportunity for im
ports 01 articles on which duties are to
De raisea narticuiariv vmi nnri vnni
ens for sneculntlve nnnwwM TTnnnhf
ediy any delay beyond the 1st of May
in placing tne Din on the statute book
would result In a large loss of revenue.
BOW THE KETEKCE IS PROVIDED.
Dig Raid a the Free List, Increase oa
woo leas mna ttngar.
"This Increase nf revenue ia aerured
by the transferring wool, lumber, crude
opium, areola, rjaintlnn and atatuarv.
straw ornaments, straw mattings, bur-
nps, ana various other articles from
the free list of the present law to the
dutiable list: by Increasing the duty
on woolens to compensate the manu-
xaciurer ror the duty placed on wool:
by raisinir the riiitv am -n - -Kt
three-fourths of a cent per pound, in
order to encourage the production of
sugar in thia ennntrr whieh t la he.
lleved can be done and thus gtve our
farmers a new crop which we now im
port mainly from abroad; by increasing
the duty on agricultural products af
fected by Canadian enmnetltlm. mwA n
fine cotton goods; some advanced manu
factures of iron and steel, and manu
factures of Jute, flax and hemp. In or-
iu encourage tnese and other In
dustries here, and especially toy In
creasing duties on such luxuries as
liquors, tobacco, silks and laces, etc
"As a rule the rate ...i
posed are between the rates of the tariff
of 1890 and the tariff of 1894. such re
duction of rates from the former tow
and I reservation of the .
clple being made feasible by changed
conditions. The Iron and steel echedule
Is changed very little from the echedule
m toe unn ox urk. the change being
entirely in the mor advanced articles.
The same is true of the cotton schedule.
In the ajrri cultural vnn! .a 1 j.
earthenware schedules alone are the
souea ox tne act 01 use rally restore
tuje, man ib a xew cases
with the view of amply protecting and
encouraging our farming interests at
every possible print.
"While the dutr on clothing wool Is
larger in proporti m to the foreign value
than on manufactured articles, yet It
is thought desirable for the public Inter
est acd for our agriculture that we
should produce this prime necessity for
ourselves. The duty on carpet wools.
as well as upon many other articles, is
Imposed mainly for revenue. The irrltar
tlon caused by the use of a few wools
heretofore classed as carpet wools be
ing used for clothing purposes has been
remedied by transferring such wools to
the clothing wool classes, but the duty
on clothing wool has been restored to
the rate of the act of 1890.
CHANGE TO SPECIFIC DUTIES.
Has Been .Wad tVhera Paaafbto ecl
proelty reatnre Extended.
"In framing this new tariff, the aim
has been to make the duties specific, or
at least. Partly soeciflc aa far aa noaai.
ble. to Drotect the revenue anil alan tn
protect our own Industries. This has
been done in response to the wishes of
the better class of Importers, as well
as or the administrators of the law and
of our own producers. The very gen
eral substitution of specific duties even
where they are only the equivalent of
existing ad valorems will of itself In
crease the revenue and strengthen the
protection afforded to our Industries.
The recinrnritv nmililnn, the -..
of 1890 have not only been fully restored
but this nolicv haa heen l H
adding to sugar, tea, coffee and hides
us articles on wnirn tn make nw nmra
agreements sucn articles as champagne.
Orand V. winea. artificial enA no ,,,. 1
mineral waters, chickle. argols and silk
laces. In adding these articles the
reciprocity provision Is strengthened
greatly by nrovidine for a rednrrlnn nf
duties to countries giving as similar
"The bill as a whole has the unani
mous support of the Republican mem
bers of the wava anil means onmmi.tAA
and will, It is hoped, receive the support
not CniT Or Kemihlirana hut nf nthera
who believe that revenue should be at
least equal to expenditures, with a
small surplus added, and who are
patriotic enoua-h tn entertain Ik.
viction that in adjusting duties to se
cure revenue it is a wise policy to en
courage home nrnriuetlnn on, ....
factures. and thus nravine
at good wages for the wage-earners of
our people upon whose purchasing pow
er aepenaa tne market for our pro-
THr BECiPRocmr provisions
Of the Tariff Bill Wow Before Congress
r ree usi snspensiona.
Washington. March 16. The recinroe.
ity scheme of the tariff bill authorizes
the president to make treaties with for
eign countries by which he will lower
the duties on certain goods in return for
reciprocal or equivalent concessions to
products or manufactures of the United
Diaies. it iurtner provides that "with
a view to secure reciprocal trade" with
foreign governments the president, when
he is statisfied that anv government nf a
country or colony of such government
exporting to tne united States coffee,
tea, or hides imrjose duties or other mt.
actions upon agricultural, manufactured
or other products of the United States
which he may deem to be "reciprocally
unequal and unreasonable," shall have
the power to suspend by proclamation
"the free introduction of such coffee,
tea, and hides, raw or uncured, whether
dry, salted or picketed; Angora goat
skins, raw. without wool, unmanfac
tured; and skins, except sheepskins with
the wool on, of the products of such
country or colony for such time aa he
shall deem just."
Durlnr such auanenainna the Antfoe
shall be: Coffeee, 3 cents per pound;
tea, 10 cents: hides. Angora goat skins,
asses' skins; skins, except sheepskins
with the wool On. 1 cents per pound.
Cooldnt Urn oa Faith.
Kaukauna. Wis.. March lit Pnrt.,
Ross, who killed his wife, has evidently
forsaken the sniritualistlc idea that he
could live forty days on faith, for Sat
urday he partook for the first time since
his imprisonment, of food, eating a lib
eral allowance with great relish.
Fire Bart on the Ball.
Chicago, March 16. Five men were
Injured, two of them seriously, by the
ditching of a freight train on the Chi
cago, Hammond and Western belt line,
near the Forty-seventh street crossing.
LaGrange, at 4 o'clock yesterday after
noon. The seriously hurt are George
Maxwell, fireman, may die, and Charles
Merry weather, brakeman. recovery
latal Oaa-Bnrst oa a Warship.
London. March 1R. The rnrreannnent
of The Times at Canea says that while
tne gunners of the Russian Ironclad
Cessoi Veliki were practicing a gun
burst, blowinir the ton off a turret.
Fourteen men and one officer were
killed Sixteen were wounded, five la
tally. P:iine'; Celery Compound
It makes the weak strong.
We sell and recommend V
T. H. THOUAS,
1630 Second Ave.
INCOME, WANTED. )
Unck Sam's Revenue Not Stiffr
. cunt for His Needs.
the hub or irmiEr8 message,
WWeh Goes to C-aare-. a Bay Earltor
Vtaad EaVctrra Action by
To the Congress of the United States:
Regretting the necessity which has re
quired me to call you together. I feel
that your assembling in extraordinary
aessloii Is Indispensable because of the
condition tn which we find the revenues
of the government, it la conceded that
its current expenditures are greater
man its receipts, and that such a con
dition has existed for now more than
three yeara. With unlimited means at
our command, we are presenting the
remarkable spectacle of Increasing our
public debt by borrowing money to meet
the ordinary outlays Incident upon even
an economical and prudent administra
tion of the government. An examina
tion of the subject discloses this fact In
every detail and leads inevitably to the
conclusion that the condition of the rev
enue which allows It la unjustifiable
and should be corrected.
Waat Year of Bsc of Bevenne.
We find by the reports of the secre
tary of the treasury that the revenues
for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1892.
from all sources, were $425,868,260.22, and
the expenditures for all purposes were
$415,958,803.56. leaving an excess of re
ceipts over expenditures of $9,914,'
453.66. During that fiscal year. $40,670,-
467.98 were paid upon the public debt.
which has been reduced since March 1,
1889, $259,076,890, and the annual inter
est charge decreased $11,684,576.60. The
receipts of the government from all
sources during 'the fiscal year ending
June 30, 1893, amounted to $461,718,
661.94, and Its expenditures to $459.
374,887.65. showing an excess of receipts
over expenditures of $2,341,674.29.
Since that time the receipts of no fls
cat year, and with but few exceptions
or no month or any fiscal year, have ex
ceeded the expenditures. The receipts
of the government from all sources dur
lng the fiscal year ending June 30. 1894,
were $372,892,498.29, and Its expenditures
$442,605,758.87, leaving a deficit the first
since the resumption of specie payments
Bad to lane Boom Beads.
Notwithstanding there was a decrease
of $16,769,128.78 In the ordinary expenses
of the government as compared with the
previous year, its Income was still not
sufficient to provide for its daily necessi
ties, ana the gold reserve In the treas
ury for the redemption of greenbacks
waa drawn upon to meet them. But this
did not suffice, and the government then
resorted to loans to replenish the re
In February. 1894. $50,000,000 in bonds
were Issued and In November following
a second Issue of $50,000,000 was deemed
necessary. The sum of $117,171,795 was
realised by the sale of these bonds, but
the reserve was steadily decreased until
on Feb. 8, 1895, a third sale of $62,315,
400 in bonds for $65,116,244 was an
nounced to congress. The recelnta nf
the government for the fiscal year June
80, 1895. were $390,373,203.30 and the ex
penditures $433,178,428.48. showing a def
icit Of $42,806,223.18.
ANOTHER IX) ATT IX 180.
Bat the Deficit ConUamaa Congraaa Called
oai mm aa vo-BBy.
A further loan Of $100,600,000 was ne.
gotiated by the government In Febru
ary. 1896, the sale nettlnar till its u
but the deficit continued.
In January of this year the recelnta.
exclusive of postal revenues, were 171 .
816,994.06, and the expenditures, exclus
ive or postal service, $30,269,389.29, a de
ficit of $6, 952, 385.24 for the month. In
February of this year the receipts, ex
clusive of postal revenues, were $24.
400.979.38. and esnendlturea eni...i-
of postal service, $28,796,056.66. a deficit
01 a,a9a,uo.zB; or a total deficit of $186,
061.580.44 for the three veara ul .1.1..
months ending March 1. 1897.' Not only
re we wiroouc a surplus in the treas
ury, bnt with an Increase In the public
debt. There has been a corresponding
Increase in the annual charge from
$22,893,883.20 In 1892, the lowest of any
year since 1862. to 134 3X7 yvn an .boa
or an increase of $11,493,414.40. It may
00 urgwi wat even 11 tne revenues of
the a-overnment had heen iim . -
meet all its ordinary expenses during
me put inree years, tne gold reserve
Would Still have heen lnnm,.lo.
- ...V..WJV iu
meet the demands upon it and that
bonds would necessarily have been Is
sued for Its repletion.
Be thia as it may it la clearly mani
fest. Without denvlna- nr fW 1 ml.- i
correctness of such conclusion, that the
debt would have been decreased in at
least the amount of the deficiency and
business confidence Immeasurably
strengthened throughout the country.
Congress should promptly correct the
existing condition. Ample revenues
must be supplied not only for the ordin
ary expenses of the government, but
w uc f'uiui payment or iiDeral pen
sions and the Ilauldatlon nf the n-
pal and interest of the public debt. In
raising revenue duties should be so lev
ied upon foreign products as to preserve
the home market so far as possible to
our own producer; to revive and In
crease manufactories; to relieve and en
courage agriculture; to aid and devel
ope mining and building; and to ren
der to labor In everv Mil ne 1
cupatlon the liberal wages and adequate
rewards to which skill and industry are
4 v, j vuwiaco
The necessltT of the - ...
Iff law which shall provide ample rev-
c v not ne iurtner urged. The
Imperative demand of the hour Is the
jnvmpt cuKiment or such a measure.
oojeci i earnestly recom
mend that COnargBS Shall wmmtrm .
endeavor. . Before other business la
baasacted let s first provide sufficient
revenue to faithfully administer the gov
ernment Without the nailnMlu -a
further debt or the continued disturb
ance of our finances.
WILLIAM M KINLET.
Executive Mansion. March 15. 1897.
fl nnHnSTT f hllilliaif ill itt mm, 11
salt, dry. weifaa abanat exactly on
SOT 1?ABC OVICo .
A perfect Remedy for foMfisav
rton. Soar StomAxtuDiantnen.
Worms Convulsions Jeven sh
oes ml Loss or Sleep.
lte Sisal Sif nature of.
Notice la hereby given that on
Tuesday, the 6th day of April. A. D.,
1897. Ill the Cltv Of Roeklaland III.
an olnntinn will He heM u.
" www V mg 1U1-
lowing officer., to-wit:
cut orr ccas.
Oae aUror for to year.
rn Cliy Clerk for two years.
One City Attorney for two yean.
One Cltv Trewnrer for two yrars
Om Po'Ica Mrelatrate for four fears. -One
Alderaua In iha Fi at ward for to yeara.
One alderaaa in the BeeoB ward for two rests.
Ob AW rman hi iba TBlrd ward for two yeara.
One Alderman la the Fcurth ward for two
in Mermaa la 1b Flftfe ward for two yeara.
One AMoraiaa la tba Sixth ward fcr two rean
Oo alderman la Ue Beventh ward for two
Two Assistant saperviiort for two year.
One Asesaor for one rear.
One Collector for one y ar.
Three Juatic of the Pcaca for four raaxa.
Three Con table for f oar rears.
Notice la nernbv aao aiven. that la Mmnn
of a petition of ton (10) legal voters. rekid.nta 10
be citv of Rock Island, In the ruta of Illlnola,
l hi re will be snbmitted to the voters of raid
eltr,ttad election the qaesti'ie of latalng the
not da of said cltv naaar ta i.mrbimi. - mi
of tba kgtalatara of ratd state, entitled, "An Act
toAnMBaasd Act." entitled, -An Act Relating
toConntyaMCitjDobta," and to prorid for
lae parmext thereof br taxaoro of auch counties
and cilia, spprorad Fb. is, 185: asd 10 amend
the ml thereof, appcorad sad ia fore April 87,
First. Th nnmber of wand propuoad to W
bamed I two hasdrad sad atzty (Soul
recona. Th aaDoont of aarh of said bond
1 it fee aball be o-bI: (aaimlmlnH
twenty (ISO) of said boi.da aball be nf th
principal asm each of on thousand tl ,000 09)
dp isra: twentr (SO) nf which aha'l b Bara
M la tea (10) Jtan, nifty (SO) ia aftesa (15)
rwra, and iftf (80) in twenty (SOI firm law
lrt day of neptamher, A. D . 187 A ad on
band'cd aad forty (MO) of said ban da ehal be
of the prlnetpal earn eeh of St haadrad
1000. 01 dollais: fortr (0l of whieh ah. 1 1 K.
imrnbl ta tea (10) yc. forty (i) la if.
uwa (U) you and sixty (60 ra twaaty (
yeara foa Its Brst day of Eeptembcr. A.
Tbifd. Tha rat ol tnlataat n. mmrt t 1
bond shall ka roar and one half (4)4) par coatam
par aanaaa, paTable aemi aanaaliy.
Ftmrtb.- Both priaeipal and tnteraat shall be
pavablsatth rim MatliasA Bank of Chicaro.
I llLOis: raid bond aball aa aaaW I tkT,!
poae of raiaiDir moo-y to pnrcbaaa or rotire cot
uin domostle boad of ie city asKmallac in
principal aad later to sbont the ems of on
haaond asd aorcaiy (S17 e.0.011) dollar: aa
all eartalm warrants of laid cits bow oatvunda:
5L W."?!U ?1,0,tlt" Mrfni ooh hi
abo jt twenty tbonnd (tSO.DOO to, uar.
. ?'? oanndl of ta city of Rork
IalaiMIU.,apar KaohUioB psaatd Feb. 15. A.
Which ejection will be ope at T o'clock la ibe
anorcioc aad conttaa oaam nalu aeWk i- tK-
1 teratoa of that day.
laoea of reaatratloa aad yoting will he as
w Int Ward Franklia boa bona.
ssmai Ward Vims I... tr . -t-
bop K)14 Thr areaoe. - '
. Wwd-fcmxmd Proelrjct, Coorf stood'
ball. Etfhth arraac, bctweaa aiDtb and Taailh
J hlrtl WaSSM.s 1. i r,.-.. -n.,
1314 Third avnaaa.
. . ... . v . im.11, t. luiaaa suaca a
kaildlnc. 14SS Seventh oyenoe.
aoarva wan-mt Roclnct. Wit ThlTd T-
aan, Frark'i bar.
1. wir. i iiuiim, mom a rcnooi
Knn a BTta.l i.ii - .
Frfta Ward-Pin Pied act. bom boa. 53
F"tk Watd-g ooad Precinct. rcfcaidVs fro
eery. Twuth Micet.
biztk Ward Fcaiaon's rcsUanat, 1719 Fifth
,"rath Wtrd-First Prachwt, street ear tars.
Bast Ilia W7.Mt a...- alii Vn V
sessol house, horenth yao.
mm mWm nuajotatw. VItT ID. ivnviint
Bock laiaao. llla Hank , 16VI.
CM Clcaiiiog Tine
Is aere and you will waat
that timepiece eleaaed and
pot in ahape bo that you eaa
bo more punctual during the
coming' year. Our facilities
for handling this work are
the best. We make a epeeial
effort to do satisfactory work
aad we seldom faU.
All yoa seed to do ta drop
as a postal aad yoar clock
will be called for and re
turned to yoa la good order.
I I i
I I yw saythiag la as ta alas t fnmkm tk
I 1 t' ia"jatu cWaa4''Ul tamnor
II 1, fm." W-bn Uat roa pt 0-A.TJU
.13 OIT THE
Oattaria k est la eea Vaults aa!.
baststllta bilk. Bmt aUtv uTaw td
C els a ts slaa or anauat taJ
Zxsti tzV.Czj st
Ataixr end trisa;
a tpcclxlty. I
For eheapaeaa, durability a
uowaaj waoeuiwa vj atone. 1
Baouw aoee noi wasa or eoior
wall wiU alkalL eta. Plana i
ue for estimatea will reoe
careral attenUoa and be rat
promptly at our expense.
Quarries IS miles from
If land ob tha C. H. AOS.
Trains Noa. aad 10 will at!
and let Tin ton off aad om.
Crldp stsns, esm erf.
blssks tnd fosnditlen
itcne tny tlzs .sslrci.
Bamplee of Btoae aad Paotrf'
BaUdaga eaa bo aeea at K
Ho. IS. aOteaeU k Lrado'abuL
Arthur Bnrr&IL manager.
Rock Island or Coloaa. 113
GET THE BEST
AO Work Oaaraateed
itne Ttrran awwf
are the most fatal
FOLEY S KIDNEY CU(
a uuAKAiYitfcu rem
or money refunded C
tains remedies recosnii
by all eminent physlcii
as the best for Kidney i
Price 5c and $mm.
1S06 Seooad Ave
Uta street, bat. .th aa4 lia aTar!