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THE AJtGUB, TUESDAY, JUSE 15. 1097.
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Chicago. 8u Louis. New York. liostoo. Philadelphia
'MAJOR WAS FIRM.
6tood by His Friends, the News
BABBED 0 TIT OP BILTMOEE HOUSE.
Ta.iHlrrl.llfs Agent Kays So Admission to
Reporters, anil the I'rmldent Says the
Prohibition Inrlatlrs llimseir, as th
Benartrrs Are Ills GnniU Knalt Is
Yletory Over the Man Who "Spits on
Ah-ville, N. C, June 15. An unex
pected Incident of ITPsident McKlnlrjrs
Visit developed yesterday afternoon
hen it bvcame known to newspaper
Won accompanying tha iarty that per
mission to enter Ililtmore Hnu.se, George
IV. VamU-rbllt's splendid mansion, bad
IzcmoK w-TurrCTmLT's chateau vf kobtb
been refused to them, while extended to
other niemliera of the party. Vanderbilt
Is abroad and hin representative, Chas.
MiNamec, is with him. In the absence
of both the estate is governed by E. J.
Harding, said to be an Englishman by
birth. Whin waited on by the local
committee of arrangements a day or
two ago for permission for the president
and party to enter Jilt more House he
objected strongly to receiving any mem
bead of the party other than the presi
dent and his cabinet and the ladies with
them. He even refused permission to
Manager MrKissltk.of the Mattery I'ark
hotel, in charge of th party here, and
In the course cf ronvenatlon had with
two members of the committee said:
"Mr. Vandf-rbllt spits on newspaper
notoriety and so do I."
MrKlntey l iter an I'ltlinatnm.
After this there was nothing for the
local committee to do but withdraw. So
the matter rested till yesterday when
the president arrived and J. Addison
Torter, his secretary, was told of the
Incident. He must have Informed th
president, for later Harding was called
Up on the telephone l.y l'orter and
asked If It were true that newspaicr
men would not lie admitted to the man
sion. rnrtcr wan told that It was, and
he then informed Harding that the pres
ident considered that the newspaper
men were his Invited guests on the trip,
and that they were as much a con
tingent of the party as members of the
cabinet. Furthermore. Porter notified
Harding that the president had author
ised him to say that If the newspaper
tnen were barred from the mansion he
Would not step his foot inside the es
tate. And the C rim Harding Surrenders,
Thrt brought things to a crisis and
Harding capitulated with the best grace
possible and the newspaper men were
admitted to the mansion on the same
footing as the president and his cab
inet. I'.efore going to Hiltmore, Jtep
rcsentatlve Pearson persuaded McKin
lejr to attend a meeting at the Young
Men's Institute hall (the gift of O. W.
Vanderbllt) of colored people. The hall
Was filled to Its utmost capacity with
colored people, comprising the laboring
classes as well as local coHno! poli
ticians and the.r wives and children.
Shook Html with Colored IVople.
With Hepresentatlve Pearson tin one
elde for ten minutes he shock hands at
a rapid rate with all who were present
ed to him. It was very w arm work. Pres
ently the president called for air and
even colored men fanned him while
the handshaking went on.- At Illltmore
ins luxuries ui ine iiomry were ungcrea
over with especial delight. Mrs. Mc
Kinley was piven a handsome bouquet
front Vanderbilt'a conservatories as she
left the chateau. The drive continued
over the French Bread boundaries of
the estate from the river cottage to the
entrance lodse. ..r 1 the Hiltmore Inci
dent was closed. The train was taken
at Biltmore station and the journey to
'Washington resumed at about 5 o'clock.
Secretary Alger was Indisposed from
but left Ashcvilie somewhat recu
Walter Baker & Co.'s
Be aara that pan ret taw graalas article aaede by WALTER
BAk.tR A CO. Ltd.. Dercneeter, Mass. EslaSHshrd I78X.
economy. Made only by
MAS0N8 KEEP THE JUBILEE.
Ten Thousand of Them Meet la Boyal Al
bert Hall, London.
London, June 13. The Masonic meet
ing at the Royal Albert hall yesterday
afternoon In commemoration of the
queen's diamond Jubilee was a notable
function. The hall was packed by over
10,000 Free Masons in gorgeous -regalia.
The Prince of Wales and the Duke of
Connaught arrived at 4 o'clock, preced
td by trumpeters sounding fanfares.
When they entered the hall the organ
played a grand march and all present
rose to their feet. The grand officers
lined the aisle to the dais. The Prince
of Wales, as grand master of England,
followed by an imposing staff com
posed of grand officers, moved to the
sound of the majestic music to his
throne, where, surrounded by a brilliant
phalanx of olllcers, he was received and
greeted in the united form of saluta
tion reserved for his high station.
The prince then addressed the audi
ence and announced that the admission
fees for the ceremony amounted to 7,
000 ($33,000), half of which would go to
the Prince of Wales hospital fund and
the other half to the different Masonic
charities. The Duke of Connaught
moved on address to the queen In behalf
of the Masons and It was carried with
loud applause, after which the whole
assemblage joined In singing the na
tional anthem, to the accompaniment of
RAN AWAY WITH A MAN'S WIFE.
Seems However That, the Fair Lady Was
Chicago, June 13. While Joe P. Wlll
ard ate succulent viands and drank
sparkling wine with Detective Howard
In a Randolph street restaurant yester
day afternoon his runaway bride, nee
Aiken, of Menominee, Mich., aged
19, and an heiress, was taken from the
Grand Palace hotel by a relative. R. B.
Jennings, and spirited out of Chicago
for an unknown point In the Wolverine
State. Mrs. Willard is the petted niece
and ward c.f S. M. Stephenson, ex-representative,
lumber man, banker, million
aire, and the most notable citizen of Me
nominee. Willard is an actor from Eau
Claire, Wis. He met Miss Aiken in Me
nominee while he was managing a dra
matic benefit there. She became fas
cinated with him. They eloped, were
married, and on Saturday afternoon ar
rived in Chicago.
The rage and hasty departure of Will
ard for Menominee late in the afternoon,
when informed on his return to the Pal
ace hotel in North Clark street of the
deception that had been practiced upon
him, is the theme of the next act of the
drama, while the Intended application
of Mrs. Willard for a divorce in one of
the Wolverine courts and her Journey
to a new home In a distant state are ex
pected to make the affair a closed inci
dent. II id an Idea of Making Money.
Charlotte, MUh., June 15. Martin
Gibbs, a well-to-do farmer of Eaton,
was arrested on a charge of forgery. He
la street commissioner of the town and
employs considerable labor. He is al
leged to have defrauded the town out
of a large sum of money by Issuing
fraudulent orders on the treasurer for
fictitious name, and as a "matter of
accommodation to the workmen," draw
ing the money and retaining it.
Mansfield, O., June 13. The delegates
to the Lutheran synod have now become
thoroughly acquainted with the busi
ness on hand and President Hamm was
frequently compelled to call for order
during the session, so animated did the
discussions become. He raps with the
gavel and his stentorian "There's trouble
In the amen corners" never fails to cause
a ripple cf laughter to break over the
synod and restore order.
lilt flrrdor llii. Wife.
Mount Vernon, Ills., June IS. Dep
uty Sheriff Ilruce has returned from
Salem, where he succeeded In catching
Millionaire James E. Berry, who has
for several days eluded arrest on a
charge of wife abandonment. Berry
will have to face this charge, which
provides for a heavy money penalty
and Jail Imprisonment, and says he will
spend every dollar of his fortune and
die in the court house yard before he
will return to his wife. It seems he has
thoroughly tired of his wife.
Ktate Tax Levy For M Irhlgaa.
Lansing. Mich.. June 15. Auditor
General DIx has determined that the
state tax levy for the present year will
be (2.397.907 and $2,012,227 for 1898. The
State taxes for the biennial period will
be $630.000 le than fpr V&5 and Uad.
Because it fa absolute pure.
Because it is not made by the so-called Dutch Process in
which chemicals are used.
Because beans of the finest quality are used.
Because it is imis by a method which preserves unimpaired
the exquisite natural flavor and odor of the beans.
Because it is the most economical, costing less than one cent
Expressed for. Those Charges of
BAT STATE HAH MUCH IS EASIEST
Wham Ha Telia Sauta Carolina That tha
Special" Allegations Are Both Prepos
terous anal Infamous and Received by
All Good People "with Absolute Con
tempt" Tillman Consttrtlee ta Worry,
However Hawaiian Annexation.
Washington. June la. The senate de
bate on the sugar schedule of the tar
iff bill proceeded yesterday with only
one diverting incident to relieve the
monotony Into which the discussion has
lapsed. This was the sharp exchange
between Hoar and Tillman, represent
ing the two extremes of senatorial pro
cedure. Tillman referred again to the
published charges of irregularity in
connection with the sugar schedule, and
asserted that the senate would stand
convicted before the American people it
it failed to Investigate the charges. Hoar
calmly and Impressively repelled this
statement, his tone and language being
calculated as a rebuke. He declared
that the vague charges of irregularity
were not only preposterous, but infamous-
Allen Blasts the Trust.
Another feature of the day was Al
len's blast against the trusts. He
charged that the trusts In the last cam
paign all opposed Bryan's election, and
that many cf them closed down
some of their factories to influence their
workmen. He named eleven trusts and
said they were capitalized at $432,000,-
000 and bonded at $43,000,000, while rep
resenting an actual investment of only
$171,000,000. He spoke of the trusts as
"modern pirates." The assertion that if
the anti-trust amendment prevailed the
revenue designed to be provided by the
tariff bill would collapse, he said, was
absurd, and submitted figures to show
that the proposed duties on articles con
trolled by these trusts based on present
Importations would be but $8,000,000. If
some remedy against trusts was not
adopted then the extreme remedy of
government ownership would loom tip
as a practical question. "While that,"
said he, "is socialism, yet socialism la
preferable to despotism."
"Absolute Contempt" for the Special.
The Hoar-Tillman episode occurred when
Hoar offered his amendment for the ap
pointment by the president of a commis
sion of five members to investigate Into
the subject of sugar production and the
best means of supplying the American
market at the least cost. The framers
of the tariff bills were honorable men.
and although it had been suggested in
the press that somebody had been brib
ing senators these statements are re
ceived by serious people throughout the
country "with absolute contempt,"
TILLMAN STICKS TO HIS MCTTON.
Insists That the Senate Should Prove That
It Is Not a Horsethief.
Tillman replied to Hoar. He said
he had the deepest respect for the integ
rity of the senator from Massachusetts,
but perhaps he had become callous In his
long service, as was indicated by the
statement that the best people of both
parties treated with contempt the state
ment that there was irregularity in mak
ing the sugar schedule. On the contrary.
the people wanted an investigation;
they wanted the honor of the senate vin
dicated or the men who slandered it
punished. For that reason, Tillman said.
he had contemplated an amendment to
Hoar's proposition so that the commis
sion would rot only inquire into the
mere machinery of sugar making but
also "whether the sugar trust has used
undue means to control legislation, and
to get at the root of how it is, and why
it is that the American senate can't
touch sugar without getting contam
Hoar was Instantly again on his feet
and turning to the South Carolina sena
tor said there were some men who
seemed to think that down beneath the
body of the people there was a great
mass of seething people eager for ex
tremes. He knew through and through
tne character, purposes and opinions of
the men who- get their living from the
farms and factories of Massachusetts.
"They are." he proceeded Impressively,
"simple, sincere, honest, liberty-loving.
God-fearing men. They think no evil,
and the appeal to vile passions falls on
deaf ears with them." The men who
make up the farms and factories were
the same the country over, he said. "And
1 hold," he concluded, "that to the great
body of these people these charges are
tot only preposterous but Infamous."
Tilmaa again made reply. While he
claimed no special mission, he had coi.ie
from the farm and the people and to the
senate more recently than tha Massa
chusetts senator. He knew, he said,
"that the only thing infamous In this
transaction, in the view of the rjeonle.
Is the refusal to Investigate and this effort
to hide behind the senatorial toga." If
the senate persisted In this, then It was
disgraced before the people. Public
charges had be?n made that bribery
was aoroaa in connection with this sub'
Ject, "and unless you investigate you
stand convicted," assserted the senator.
Allison, in charge of the bill, made an
other speech In defense of the schedule,
presenting tables which he declared
proved that the sugar refiners received
less protection under the senate schedule
than under the existing law. Pettlgrew
spoke at length In favor of his amend
znent to place on the free list articles
controlled by trusts. Only one roll-can
occurred during the day, on Ldndsay's
amendment to place all sugars on the
same basis. This was rejected 26 to 29.
McEnery voted with the Republicans in
tha negative and Petigrew and Mantle
with the Democrats in the affirmative.
HAWAII ISLANDS TO BE ANNEXED.
Treaty to That Kfrert Nearly Beady to
Send to the Senate.
Washington, June 15. The officials at
the state department steadfastly refuse
to make any statements as to the r.e
gotiation of a treaty providing for the
annexation of Hawaii, and at the Ha
waiian legation the same silence is ob
served. However, it la known that the
treaty, though not signed, is drawn up
ready for signature, and as the president
is fully aware of its scope there is no
reason to doubt that he will authorize
its signature. In this case it is expected
tfcai Uie document will be tent to the
senate for Its action very soon, even
within a week, it is said in some well-informed
quarters. If this be the case It
may be taken for granted that the pres
ident has taken steps to assure himself
of a favorable reception for the treaty
In the senate and to guard against such
a mishap as befell the arbitration treaty
The present condition in Hawaii, it is
said, has had much to do with favorable
consideration of the treaty of annexation.
The present government of Hawaii and
the people who support it are very much
concerned about the Japanese situation.
Private information received by Ha
waiian in this city is to the effect that
the Japanese at any time may take ac
tion looking to acquisition of the island.
The advices officially received are of
much the same tenor. The sentiment In
the Eenate seems to be that Japan in no
way should control the islands or get a
foothold there. This argument has been
nsed to prevent even notice of abroga
tion of the present treaty in the tariff
bill. It is said that such notice might be
followed by Japanese occupation, and
the islands could not be regained by the
United States without a struggle.
In this connection it is learned that
the conversations among the most prom
inent Japanese residents of Hawaii which
have been reported to the representa
tives of the island in Washington have
been of a threatening character, and
that the American residents have more
concern than has been shown in the
published accounts). Several sen
ators have received definite
information concerning the existence of
the treaty and are acquainted with its
terms, though they refuse to discuss the
matter, having received the information
in confidence. The knowledge of the ex
istence of the treaty has been communi
cated to the members of the comimittee
en foreign relations and also to members
ef the finance committee.
The senate has been canvassed to a
certain extent by senators favoring an
nexation and while there are some sena
tors who are non-committal, the sup
porters cf the proposition say they be
lieve that they can count upon the two
thirds vcte necessary to insure ratifica
tion. The especial friends of the presi
dent about the senate say that the treaty
nas Been made in accordance with his
views, and that it would have been sent
In some time ago but for his exactions
as to details.
BIO PETITION FOB CTBA LIBBE,
Said to Contain 6,000,000 Signatures
Honse Adjourn as Usual.
Washington, June 15. The house yes
terday adjourned until Thursday after
a session that lasted fourty-fiveminutes.
The only attempt to transact business
was a reciuest by Lacey for unanimous
consent for a bill for the relief of resi
dents of Greer county, O. T. Henry
(Dem. of Texas) promptly objected, and
then after the usual Democratic protest
against the Republican policy of not
appointing committees the house by 88
to 75 with fifteen present and not voting
decided to adjourn.
Before the session began the hub of a
wheel wound round with a monster pe
tition said to contain 6,000,000 signatures
appealing to congress to recognize the
Cuban insurgents as beUigerents was
wheeled into the space in front of the
speaker's rostrum. It had been in cir
culation throughout the United States
for about six months and was presented
to congress by Representative Sulzer of
Pension Business Increasing.
Washington, June 15. The war vet
erans are rushing forward their applica
tions for pensions under the new admin
istration, and the increase In the volume
of such business has been so extraordi
nary as to neceesriate the detail of thirty
additional clerks to the record division
of the pension office to look after the
claims. In the ten days ending last Sat
urday the number of applications of all
kinds for pensions aggregated 14,300.
During the eighty-three days subse
quent to March 8 last the record divis
ion of the office disposed cf 84,000 apli
cations. The appproximate number of
such claims now pending in the bureau
Chicago Grain and Produce.
Chicago, June 14.
Following were the quotations on the
Board of Trade: Wheat, June opened
and closed nominal; July, opened 69c,
closed TOic; September opened 64V4c
closed 65c; December, opened 66c,
closed 67c Corn June, opened and
closed nominal; July, opened 24c,
closed 2514c; September, opened t5c,
closed 26c Oats June, opened and
closed nominal; July, opend 18c closed
18?4c: September, opened ISHc closed
lSc. Pork July, opened $7.47V4. closed
$7.67ic; septemier, open a 17.60, closed
$7.80. Lard July, opened $3.60, closed
$3.75; September, opened $3.70, closed
Produce: Butter Extra cream erv.
14c per lb; extra dairy, 12c; fresh
packing stock, 6 7c. Eggs Fresh
stock. 9c per dozen. Live Poultry
Turkeys. 7&c per fb; chickens. 774c;
ducks, 7ig7c. potatoes hsurbanks, 30 '
S2c per bu. Honey White clover, 110
12c per lb; imperfect, 79c. Apples
Common to fancy, $2.00 3.50 per bbL
Chicago Live Stock. -
Chicago, June 14.
Hogs Estimated receipts for the day,
46.000; sales ranged at $2.103.50 pigs,
$3.4062.55 for light.' $3.20&3.SO for rough
packing. $3.40 3.52H for mixed, and $3.35
63.50 for heavy packing and shipping
lots. Cattle Estimated receipts for the
day, 21,000; quotations ranged at Ij.OU
65.35 for choice to extra shipping steers,
$4.555.00 good to choice do., $4.254.80
fair to good. $3.S5'1i4.30 common to me
dium do., $3.70ii4.20 butchers' steers,
$3.60f4.00 stockers, $4.0064-55 feeders,
$1.854.00 cows. $2.60645 heifers. $2.50
la 4.00 bulls, oxen and stags, $2.75&4.30
Texas steers, and I3.&otie.oo veal calvea.
Sheep and Lambs Estimated receipts
for the day, 18,000; quotations ranged p.!
$3.4004.40 westerns. $2.80-84.00 Texans,
$2.504.85 natives, and $3.255.70 lambs.
Milwaukee. June 14.
Wheat Higher: No. 2 spring, 72c;
No. 1 northern, 76ic; July, 68V Corn
Firm and wanted; No. 2, 24r24Vtc
Oats Higher; No. 2 white, 21Hft22Vjc.
jney oieaay; o. s, ai32c; sample,
2fr32c Rye Dull and lower; No. 1,
Bay-Tbnotay. 9703; Wild. M9T.
iJrf m U4 freak cieawery.
Coal Sort, Me.
ELLIS ISLE ABLAZE
Government Immigrant Station
at New York in Ashes.
WHOLE PLAHT IS SWEPT A WAT,
Together with All the Immigration Bae-
erds Evarybady on tha Island Saved,
Including These in tne Hospital Loss
to Vnele Sauai figured at 9780,000 Cali
fornia Town ieerly Wiped Ont and a
Woman Killed Jockey Burned Alive.
New Tork, June 15. The United States
government Immigrant station on Ellis
Island, In New York harbor, was de
stroyed by fire this morning, but with
probably no loss of life. The fire was first
seen at 12:38 a. m. by the lookout from
the harbor police station. He first no
ticed a flame about as large as a man's
hand coming out of the window on the
second floor toward the eastern end. The
fire spread rapidly. At 1:05 a. m. the
eaves along the entire roof began to fall.
setting fire to the wooden piers and
docks on either side. At 1:12 a. m. the
whole was a mass of flames illuminating
the entire inner harbor and the lower
part of New York. As quickly as possi
ble two sections of police, twenty men,
and the police patrol launches were sent
to the island.
Two Fire-Boats gent to the Scene.
An alarm was immediately sent to the
lower precinct police stations of the city
ana twenty-five men were ordered to
the scene. Tha fire boat New Yorker
was soon under headway with firemen,
policemen and others. The fire beat
Zephar Mills was sent to the island as
quickly as she could be made ready.
The end of the building in which the
fire started was used for sleeping, cook
ing and eating by the immigrants. The
detention pen, in which there are al
ways a considerable number of immi
grants being held for investigation, was
soon consumed. Besides the buildings
mentioned there are a hospital, the of
fices of the commissioners, a laundry, a
disinfecting department, and great cis
terns in which are stored large quanti
ties of rainwater gathered from the roofs
of the buildings. The physicians and
minor officials live in the smaller build
ings. Immigrants Gotten Away Safely.
Two hundred immigrants were safely
transferred from the island to the barge
office at the Battery, leaving no one on
the island except the firemen and a few
attendants. The ferryboat John G. Car
lisle, which plies between the Battery
and Ellis island, arrived at 1:30 o'clock
this morning from the island with the
sick from the hospital. There were
seventy-five men and forty-five women
and children on the boat. Twenty of the
women were sick, one of them suffering
from typhoid fever and said to be in a
Description of the Buildings.
The buildings on Ellis island were sim
ply vast wooden sheds made of the most
inflammable material. The main build
ing was 404 by 154 feet and three stories
high. It was constructed entirely of
pine. The first floor was devoted to the
baggage room, the custom house offices,
the pens of the immigrants and the of
fices of the express men. The second
floor was occupied by immigrants. It
was a vast open space divided into pens
by picket fences. The third floor was a
gallery from which the crowds below
could be inspected without coming in
contact with the inspectors. The whole
plant cost the government $780,000. The
most valuable property lost was, how
ever, the records, relating to the passage
of lmlgrants into the United States since
the beginning of the government.
CALIFORNIA TOWN DESTROYED.
Fire Sweeps It and an Explosion Kills n
Woman and Injures Others.
Auburn, Cal., June 15. Georgetown, a
mining town in Eldorado county, twenty-five
miles from here, burned to the
ground yesterday. The fire originated
in Shepard's grocery store In the middle
of the main block and spread both ways,
burning everything from the American
hotel to the water company's office. Just
before the fire had run its course there
was a terrific explosion of giant powder
in Sornberger's general merchandise
store. Mrs. Newell was Instantly killed,
and Mrs. McLain seriously injured. The
little son of Editor Hulbert had his leg
broken and many others received slight
injuries. The total loss will reach $175,.,
Fire in a Southern Coal Mine.
Birmingham, Ala., June 15. The Hen
ry Ellen coal mines, fifteen miles east
of here, owned and operated by the
Tennessee Coal, Iron and Railroad com
pany, are on fire. About noon yester
day the fire was found and the flames
had gained considerably headway.
Superintendent Ormsby was Immediate
ly notified and the first thing he did was
to set about getting miners at work in
various parts of the mines to the out
side. At 1 o'clock every miner was ac
counted for. The seam of coal Is among
the finest in the district and should the
lire gain much headway great damage
will result. Representatives of the com
pany have gone to Henry Ellen and the
flames will be fought until subdued.
Incendiary Fire Burns a Man to Death.
S.Paul, June 15. A Missoula, Mont.,
special to The Pioneer Press says: A
fire Sunday night destroyed the breed
ing stables of Higglns Bros., the well
known horsemen of this city. With the
stables five horses were burned, includ
ing Brlno Tricks, 2:13, one of the best
known pacing horses of the west. Fred
Strouser, a Jockey, was burned to death
in attempting to save a colt which was
his special charge. The fire was in
cendiary and was the tenth that has
occurred in this city within a few weeks.
Curled Hair Plant Burned.
EL Louis. June 15. Fire destroyed the
plant of the St. Louis Curled Hair com
pany at the foot of Breaan avenue last
night. The loss is placed at $50,000.
Iowa Insurance Companies Barred.
St. Paul. June 15. Insurance Commis
sioner Dearth yesterday notified the
Iowa insurance companies that their li
censes stand cancelled from yesterday,
and that any business, written in this
state hereafter until further notice will
be held to be In violation of the law.
This is simply another step in the war
of retaliation between Iowa and Minne
sota, the former having ruled Minnesota
companies out of that state on what
Com mh-E loner Dearth, considered lnraf.
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It ta onleklv ah-
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Allavs intlamiiiatinn. lioalt anil nrntuM. hn
membrane, restores the senses of taste and
.....11 . . .
Diuciu cocaine, no mercury, no in fur
ious drug. Full si 7 A fiOr: trial iJa lib. at
druggists or by maiL
ELY BROTBBBS.U Warren Street, Hew Tork.
MADE ME A MAN
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surely Mt.it Lwt Vlbtlltjr In
luaiic. audi lit a man lor
MiMlv. tiuMttem cir uueriace.
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Mm If takn lu lime 1 a-tr am
si;nri I fnfnei late I rnpr-rrw-ut
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(fun treatimtm fr f.M. H, nuui. In piam tvirt,
aworeoi4uf priea. t.'ircuiw Ifw. AMr-
AJAX REMEDY CO., nZZ IT-
Fee sale fat stock bland by Jooa BsLcrtoa
ana arahall Fisher, drntapetf.
BILLY CATTOK S
White Seal salopn
1S15 Second Arcane
13 ON THE
Castor! is pot p ta cas-siis Vottiai cly. It
Is tot sold la bulk. JWt aUov airoas to tail
yoa aayuung sla as tls plan or pranlss that tt
IS J nit at good" aad will anreer every par.
pose," e-Bs that Jos prt 0-A-B-T-O-K-I-A.
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HIOAOO, BOOK ISXAsTO PAOIFIO
Railway Ticket can he purchased ot ase
checasdat B I a) t Twentleta street depot
HI P depot oreer FUU aveane and
wrty-urst street. Frank H. Fla
Oenvsr United A Osaka.
ft. Worth, Denver A K.G.
Omaha h Das Koines.
ahaADej Moinsa Mr...
tOmaha A Minneapolis Mx.
Decver, Lincoln A Omaha...
Sa-Paej St Kianeanelts...
Denver, Ft. Worth A K.O..
Rock Island Ji WMhtnjrtoa
Jhtceeo A Das Moines
lock blandAStoart Aseoai..
oek MandABrooklya Asw
J a west Ids via Wilton
a,,le.l Ifln M1.IM
-----. . mi . veewv tgrnmrn mw.
A ' ethers dally. Telephone 108s.
omu.f evenings a nuaai Bieeper wiu ' e l
ks depot after 11 ic, which srUl laa'e or Ou a
o at X a. at. Monday.
8UHUBOTOH HOTJTB 0 B. a . static
way Depot First aveaae and jlttssais
sweet, a. J. Yoane, aceat,
t :(. 'ISlia
t :40 am 100p
t:0ani : eat
ntenarn tlO : pa
11:80 aa ts:S em
80 am tttfOasi
10:40 pa t
1 1:15 pa tT:laa
C 81 pa t l:tt aa
85 pa Mresea
6: pm ttrlSpa
TBADW. Lusts), anaiva
a. I, BprlngSela, Peoria, "
Bur. Quln via Konnouth IMsa TMpa
Oblesgo, Sterling, Clinton A
Dnboqne t T:4S aa 1 8:0pa
Peoria, Beardatowu. Bar-
llnitlon West t llpa tlltSlass
St. Paul A Minneapolis . . 7:80 pa 1:10 aa
Sterling, Clinton Dntmqae t T.&0 pa I 8:40 mm
L.. ITsnsas City. Dsaref
dt Pee. Coast via Galeak'rg ISI pau tml SSI
CHTOAOO, HIXWAUUB m IT. PAUL
Hallwaf Haeraa a - rutriav.
-tru 1 noauevB street,
seeesd svsnssa, L. H. asset.
TEAJJTu. tuavs). aaarrs
an and xpreas... IM aa pa
t-Panl B xpreas tm pa llrsoss
Prearht and aocoamodetn. s:os aa S:ais
Daily except Sunday.
Rock Islakd a Fbokia Bailwai .
,x Depot First avenue tad screen tta Hist b.
B. Blockhouse. eaL TVt Agent.
TBAIsTi. IdUVS Aaawvs
aaateraBx.'T1i TrUby-. 4:40 am 10:tfl pa
PeonaaStLouls KaU Ax... ecetaa 4:40 pa
Frpraes 1m) pm lint am
Peoria A eeom. Frelfht f:l0pm I aa
sberrard Aceoa ttooea :5U pxa
Cable Aeeoaawnalien. t:40aa 1 30 pa
CeWe and Sberrard Aceoa.. 84pa ISIb
iter trains nave CL. B-1, a P. iMollas
a ease) depot Sve (S) alnstes earlier thea tins
Svea, Trains marked Calls, all etker tralnt
liy except Sunday.
To the East via the
R. I. & P.
Lv Davenport- .....
Perry Street depot
I as pa
be Koca isiaaa -
CHI A P Depot
r Rock Island.....
Twwileta aa Deuet
At CiacuuieU. . . , L
ar Ooiembua.. .. .
THROUGH CAR SERViCS
LlsaM emat el PswrU crry Iatt-s-b
eOMsN BBd aWplBf f.t OB Blffel
r-siai to prtacipk Tttt'.
STan 4 Mam
aSSam 4 04 ma
Imam Hit an
IS am llpm
8 41pm I tpe
10SS pm 10 SO pel
5 IS pm U IS am
it teem Tsopm
U)8t ms lavpa
Imaa 8 is pa
1448 am 180 pm
Uwm too pa'