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THCtATOUR THURODATi JUNE 24, 1897.
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THE H. K. FAIR8ANK COMPANY.
Chlraco. tt Loulx. Krw York. Boaton.
Three Parties Agree to Support
One State Ticket.
KIBDLE-Or-THE-EOAD MEN KICK
Clear Out of the Tram to the Number of
Ahoat loo, riecaaae the Tlcfci-t Will Co
the Ballot a "Itotnoeratlc" Ohio Re.
pakllnuu Complete Thrlr IltulneM and
Opfioalna; Factions Co Home In Appar
ently Good Humor Or nr rail).
Moines, Hi., June !4. The Demo
cratic state convention adjourned early
Ust evening, having completed Ita work.
The two allied conventions, the eilver
HeputUan and Populists, completed
Vlr work slightly In advance. The
three factions were aftor much contro
ergy able to agree on one lilatform.
with free eilver as the mat Idea, and
one ticket, Cfinijiosed of "two Ix-mccrats,
two ailver Republican and one Popu
ht. The ttiJcet will be placed on the
oflTiJtU ballet under the name "Demo
ceat." y,'hcm thla tecame known there
ob a MU in the Populist convention,
tew BJJdle-or-tbb-rkAd faction under
Um leaiXirehlp nf A. W. C. Weeka, walk
ing oat. The secedcra numbered prob
ably 100 of the duieeatrs. General J. B.
'Weaver's faclrn rvmalned with the
Duma rat. whereupn he was bitterly
denounced. Hut for this rupture the
union of ail the free sliver forces wou!d
have been onmplece.
Tlrk-t That Was ffelaetrd.
The ticket is composed as follows:
Governor. . K. White, Democrat, Keo
" county; lieutenant govertior, H. A.
Plamtncr, stiver Itcpubllcan, Winnebago
eounby; Juilge monnie court, L. G.
Klnne, Democrat tur Bryan. IVlk coun
ty, railroad comaaltsloner, 8. B. Grain,
Pnptnuai, Dallas county; superintendent
. kmnejuflun, O. F. Ithinetuurt. sliver
It'trutiHnaiB. Jasper county.
White, the candidate for governor,
PtBTsarly a momber of congress
from the fflxtn dtMrlct. He was defeated
for re-eiect1ia lat yvr by John P. La
cey. It kt an out-and-out free diver
man and hits an estifoUghcd reputation
as a radical ami a gend eainpalgner.
White's main competitor for the nomin
ation for govwwor was J. R. Burgess, of
OtMimwn, a Cleveland postmaster, who
supported Bryan. Ills candidacy was
pushed by tho younger mtn. Half a
down other enndlrtntes were placed In
nomination, but ex Inventor Bctaf
name was hardly ravntluntd in the con
They Were All IVrr.n Men.
The aentiroont ef the. convention was
oerwtteImlnaly for Bryan. Every ref
erence to hes name was greeted with
lasty cheering. -There was no mistaking
the fart that he la still the 18ol of the
Democrat of lows. His picture was
repeatedly dlvplaycd and every time an
orator pointed toward it there was ap
plause. There was no quarter given to
the eild Democrats. The radical element
of the party had Its own way In ajl the
proceedings. In point of numbers it was
one of the larejest Democratic conventions
ever lufld In this city and In point of en
thusiasm It will compare favorably
with any of them.
Friar I pal Flank of the Platform.
The plartorm states ita faith In Bryan
Ism U the first paragraph, which says:
Wa lay rpertnl emphasis upon that por
tion of the national platform of the
Democratic party on the financial ques
tion, believing that the very existence
f the farming, laboring and commercial
Interests of this country depends upon
change ct our financial policy, and we
eater Into fho first easopalgn after the
groat bnttlo of Uie people against the
oenebired corporate and money power,
la whluh that pc"Ieas statesman and
aetnlnt. V. J. Bryan, woe our leader,
with the reqwrNon that we demand the
frr and unlimited linage of boUi gnld
and. rvr-fjtt tjie frvrit lean ratio of
1BS0LUTELT GUlEilTrlED !ZZ?ZZ 'I
! t taaxM flea. 14. ITHUM KXIKDT Coi.C
"A HANDFUL OF DIRT MAY BE A HOUSE
UL OF SHAME." CLEAN HOUSE WITH
All ktad ef earaeaUr
OFFICE AND SHOP
W to I, wltnout walflng Tor the aM or
tonsent of any other nation.'
The other two platforms are framed
n the same general model.
WOTHIXe THE MATTER WITH HAItlfA,
:t Seems In the Tlew of. the Buckeye
Toledo, June 24. The Republican state
convention completed Us work yesterday
in a sefsion of less than four hours. While
there had been a hard fight for two day
for the control of the elate central com
mittee there was every appearance of
harmony and enthusiasm yesterday. The
two contested districts were decided in
favor of the Dick candidates, and this
showed that the state committee stood
seventeen fcr Dick and four for Kurtz.
Hantia was not only congratulated on
the result, but all the delegates were
seeking admittance to his apartments
for conference. Bushnell riot only ac
cepted the situation complacently before
the convention assembled, by having
friendly consultations with Banna, but
he also made & strong speech of accept
ance In the convention. When Governor
Bushnell declared: "In spite of the state
ments of the Democratic press, I ac
cept," there was a loud demonstration.
Following is the ticket nominated:
Governor, Asa S. Bushnell; lieutenant
governor, A. W. Jones; supreme judge,
Jacob F. Burkett; attorney general,
Frank Monnett; state treasurer, Samuel
Campbell; school conuBi5sloser, I. D.
Bonebrake; member of board of publio
works, C. A. Goddard. The platform is
a standard Republican declaration; fa
vors protective tariff; sympathize with
the Cuban rebels; approves of the an
nexation of Hawaii; favors a national
board of arbitration for labor and has
this on the civil service: "We denounce
the violation of the spirit of the civil ser
vice act by President Cleveland in those
orders which extended Its operation be
yond Its purpose and intent, and demand
such revocation of orders or modifica
tion of the law as will acomplish ita
manifest purpose." Foraker and Hanca
In the organization of the state cen
tral committee in the afternoon Bushnell
named the vice chairman while Hanna
solectcd the chairman and the secretary,
Hanna returned to Cleveland in the aft
ernoon and will soon be back in Wash
ington. The two leaders had a friendly
meeting before separating, -and K Is un
derstood that they have reached an
agreement on the organization of the
state executive committee. The feature
of the convention was the speech of Han
na. Bushnell, Lieutenant Governor
Jones, General Grosvenor and others
who spoke, had been frequently heard,
but Hanna was not known before in his
own state as an orator, although he had
for years been recognized as a leader
in management and organization. Hia
delivery was eloquent and forcible and
ha captured the convention by his com
SHUI DOVKN Of IRON MILLS,
?'rarly Certain Kext Wednesday Owing to
Wage Scale Dlnagreetnent.
Pittsburg, June 24. The wage confer
ence of the sheet manufacturer and
workmen, held here yesterday, adjourn
ed for the day without having reached
an agreement. If a settlement la not
made before next Wednesday all the un
ion sheet mills in the country will close.
The possibility ct a failure to agree has
stimulated the rheet market. Prices have
stiffened and the demand is greater
than it has been for several months.
Manufacturers say they do not look on
this improvement as permanent.
There seems to be no doubt of a sus
pension of work in the uslcn iron mills
on next Wednesday night. The confer
ence of the iron wage scale is to be held
on that day. and there is no probability
of a settlement at that time. The work-
era will In5ift cn their demand for
continuance cf the 14.50 a ton puddling
rate, while the manufacturers will claim
it is Impossible to pas' that price while
so many non-union concerns are oper
ating at the 14 a ton rate.
ef tuaiUaatfcm. fas
or ariaa.at ra I
ets are the :al LaxaJ
Mar Ken Tare. ail.(
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721 TWELFTH 8TBEKT.
Island Empire Talks Lik It Had
Something to Say
ABOUT THE HAWAIIAH BUSI5ES&
STaetfaally Telia Vaada Bern That Aanexa
tWa 'lliiiil Go," ---, it lt,.ia
Treaty BajMa Bo Tlmnnatlo That II
Aaeoanta Alaaoat to an TTttmarnin Witr
Saa'a Scheme to Dodge That Two-Thirds
Majority Baqalred la too Senate.
Washington, June 24. The protest
from Japan in connection with the Ha
waiian treaty, which was received by
the senate committee on foreign affairs
yesterday, is considered In a more aerloua
light than waa at first made apparent,
and the committee took exceptional pre
cautions to prevent tha publication of
ita proceedings. The protest waa ac
cepted aa almost an ultimatum on
Japan'a part to the effect that the treaty
must not be perfected. It is not a pro
teat against the form of the document,
aa had been supposed in some quarters,
hut against the document itself or
rather against the transaction as being
opposed to Japan's interest. The specific
reason alleged for the protest la that
tha consummation of the agreement be
tween Hawaii and the United States
would disturb the existing trade rela
tions of the north FaclSe and nullify
ap Knows Jnat What Be Wants,
The protest is in such definite terms
and la directed so squarely at the
transaction as to cause the committee
to feel that the entire matter should
be handled with the utmost circum
spection, aa the only way in which com
plications of a serious nature can be
avoided. While there is no disposition
on the part of a majority of the com
mittee to weaken in its support of the
treaty, there is a general feeling that
the friendly relations which have al
ways existed between Japan and the
United States call for great deliberation
and especial care In proceeding in the
matter. Hence the appointment ot a
sub-committee to consider all the de
tails, the decision to keep the proceed
ings of the committee from the public,
and the probability that the committee
may not be able to report during the
present session of congress.
Will Try the Effect of Pennaalon.
With reference to this latter point it
may be stated as extremely probable
that the matter will be held in abeyance
by the sub-committee until congress
convenes in regular session next De
cember for the double purpose of per
mitting the committee to make Its In
vestigation aa thorough aa possible, and
to permit the executive to exert its best
efforts through the use of diplomacy to
persuade Japan of the unwisdom of her
oourse. It is understood in this con
nection that this delay is In accordance
with the wishes of the administration
as intimated to members of the senate.
If She Waa Only One of Onr Mae,
The opinion was expressed in the com
mittee that a document of the character
of that filed by Japan would. If area
ented by a nation more nearly the equal
of the United States, lead to very aerl
oua difficulties, but there la a geaeral
desire to extend unusual consideration
towards the Asiatic state, not only be
cause of the uniformly friendly rela
tions existing between that country
and this, but also because it is
felt that Japan's auceesa In her
war wHh China may have had
the effect of arousing a spirit of com
bativeness which is not warranted, in
the opinion of the members of the com
mittee, by her relative size and Im
portance aa compared with the United
Morgan's Strategical Hawaiian Bill.
Morgan yesterday introduced a bill
for the annexation of the Hawaiian isl
ands. The bill provides that the islands
shall become a territory of the United
States in accordance with the terms of
the recently negotiated treaty. The date
set for the extension of the laws of this
country over the islands is the 4th of
March. 189S, but It is specifically pro
vided that they may be put in force at
an earlier day if congress so directs. In
reply to a question Morgan said that
his bill was intended to carry the an
nexation treaty Into execution In case
it should be ratified by the senate, or
to provide for Its ratification by the
joint action of the two houses in case
the senate should refuse to act. "The
treaty," said the senator, "can be ratified
in this form by a majority vote in each
of the two houses, thus' avoiding the
necessity for securing two-thirds of the
senate as would be required if the mat
ter should be passed upon by that body
BAW WOOI. SCHEDIXE FINISHED.
Senate b Now Considering tha Tariff oa
Washington, June 24. After a con
test lasting throughout the day the sen
ate completed tha paragraphs of the
wool schedule relating to raw wool and
advanced into the features relating to
manufactured woolen goods... The day
waa devoted largely to a discussion of
the effect of tariff ratea on the price
of wool, and the speeches were on
technical lines in the main. At one point
Hoar diverted the discussions by a
reference to Bryan's opposition to the
tariff. This brought Mantle, Allen and
Stewart to the defense of Bryan. Teller
waa drawn into the controversy and in
a few remarks warned hia former Re
publican associates that their hepea of
prosperity from this bill would be
The diversion brought about by Hoar
occurred when that gentleman in the
course of a political discussion pointed
out that there waa not a majority In
the senate favorable to that doctrine of
protection supported by the Republican
party. It became necessary therefore to
secure the co-operation of those who had
supported a man for the presidency who
If elected, waa pledged to veto a tariff
bllL Mantle replied that he had never
known that the silver candidate for the
presidency waa pledged to veto a tariff
bilL Hoar said Bryan's record in the
house of representatives would throw
aome light on the aubject. "He waa
supported by nearly all the free traders
In the country." added Hoar, "and If
the party did not pledge him. he pledged
Allen said the statement of Hoar aa
to the silver candidate for the presi
dency should not go unchallenged. There
was nothing In what Bryan had said
Justifying aa aaatrOoo that h would
nave vetoed a tariff bin. If it had been
a hill of enaflanatinn. - AmhtlM. w
would have vetoed it. Hoar brought for
ward copies of the record showing Bry
an'a course on the tariff. He had voted
In the house to nut wool on the free
list; he had carried out In triumph Wil
son, who had denounced protection as
robbery he had himself de
nounced protection aa a rob
bery. "I have a good deal of respect
for Mr. Bryan," continued Hoar. "Hia
character has impressed ana very fa
vorably and Z have never Joined In
criticisms upon him, but if he would
not veto a tariff bill after such utter
ances I would not have much respect
Stewart thought these criticisms of
Bvajrnr mMtfr nitfati "Vnm i ji
the aeoator,"an examination of McKln-
ley a t record would show him to have
voted for the free and unlimited coinage
of silver." Stewart atated that during
the consideration of the Bland-Allison
act McKinley had voted at every atage
"with the most radical silver men." Even
aa .ate aa 1890 McKinley had made a
speech at Toledo denouncing Cleveland
for discriminating between the two
metals. Stewart caused a laugh aa he
closed, by saying very earnestly that It
waa "no use criticising Bryan, as he's
going to be the next president.
Teller had a "go" at the statements
concerning Bryan. The latter'a vote for
free wool, said Teller, would not justify
the assertion of the Massachusetts sen
ator that Bryan would veto a tariff
bill, a ha might approve it aa a rev
enue measure. As for himself, said
Teller, he wanted this bill passed. He
did not believe it would bring the re
lief expected. He waa here to see that
a decent bill was enacted. He was not
here to delay, for if there was any relief
It should coma quickly.
Quay made a strong effort to have the
house ad valorem rates on third class
wool adopted, but he waa defeated 19
to 41. The committee ratea were then
agreed to, viz: 4 cents per pound on
third class wool valued at 10 cents or
less per pound, and T cents per pound
an third class wool valued above 10 cents
per pound. The schedule waa completed
up to paragraph 364. relating to cloths,
knit fabrics, etc
Is Another "Specter Komnaea.
Washington. June 14. The alleged In
terview with President McKinley pub
lished In the London Dally Graphic and
cabled back to this country yesterday.
Is denied on the authority of McKinley.
The president bad no such interview
and saya It ia a pure fabrication.
Dr. Aagell to Sail ia July.
Washington, June J4. Dr. AngelL the
newly appointed minister to Turkey, haa
notified thestate department that he will
sail from New York on the 17th of July
for his post, stopping in London en rouje
to confer with Terrell, the retiring min
ister. Scores oa the "Ball Field.
Chicago, June 24. Following are yes
terday's League base bell scores: At
Washington Philadelphia t, Washing
ton 12: at Baltimore TCenr V7-v a
tiro ore 4; at Cincinnati St. Louis 1, Cin
cinnati f; at PlttsbuEg Chicago 5,tts
burg at Brooklyn Boston 12, Brook
lyn 2; at Cleveland Louisville 1. Casve-
Western League: At Detroit pmd
Ranlda B. Detroit IS: at Kann. rfc.
St. Paul IL Kansas City 13; at Milwau
Western Association. II Ol rmi,
Cedar Rapids 6, St Joseph 6; at Rock-
iora vjumcy z, nocxrora ; at Burling-
ion ana Jjes Moines Rain.
Wlaeonaui Eireme la Coaaen.
Lake Geneva, Wis.. June 24. The bua-
inesa meeting of the Wisconsin State
Firemen's association was held here last
nlpht and largely attended, rorae 400
delegates being present. After a mu
sical programme reports of the secretary
and treasurer were read. The treasurer's
report showed nearly. $2,000 on hand.
Waupun was chosen as the next place
to hold the tournament, in 1898. How 8.
Salisbury, of White Water, waa re-elected
Chicago Grain and Produce.
Chicago, June 23.
Following were the quotations on the
Board of Trade today: Wheat July,
opened and cloeed 6s",c; September,
opened 64 c, closed 64c; December,
opened 66fcc, closed 6Clic Corn July,
opened and closed 24c; September,
opened 254c, closed 25c; December.
26Tfcc, closed 2H- Oats July, opened
18c clossd lTTac; September, opened
18c, closed 17&c. Pork July, opened
J7.10, closed J7.52V4c; September, opened
17.50, closed J7.60. Lard July, opened
13.77, closed X2; September, opened
J3.87H. closed $4.02.
Produce: Butter" Extra creamery,
14c per rb; extra dairy, 12c; fresh
packing stock. 78c Eggs Fresh
stock, 84c per doaen. Live Poultry
Turkeys. 67c per lb; chickens. 7c;
ducks, 77c Potatoes Burbanks, 20
28c per bu. Honey White clover, II
fel2c per lb: imperfect, 7fr9c. Apples
Common to fancy, $2.003.50 per bbL
Chicago Live Stock.
Chicago, June 23.
Hogs Estimated receipts for the day,
32,000; market active; opened firm and
2ttac higher, but closed with most of
the advance lost; sales ranged at 12.15
3.50 for pigs, 3.353.50 for light. $3.10
iS.25 for rough packing. $3.323.47H
for mixed, and $3.3063.42 for heavy
packing and shipping lots. Cattle Es
timated receipts for the day, 16,000; feel
ing steady; prices unchanged; quota
tions ranged at $5.006.30 for choice to
extra shipping steers, 4.45i05 good to
choice do., $4.204.76 fair to good, $3.85
4.80 common to medium do., $3,704?
4.20 butchers' steers, $3.35&3.90 atoekera,
$3.8504.45 feeders, $1.8503.80 cows, $2.60
rt.20 heiftrs $J.2S(93.80 bulls, oxen and
stags, $1.754.10 Texas steers, and $3.50
06.00 veal calves. Sheep and Lambs
Estimated receipts for the day, 15,000;
quality fairly good; market rather ac
tive; feeling steady; prices ranged at
$3.104.30 westerns, $2.903.85 Teaans,
$2.354.50 natives and $3.25a.5 lamba
Milwaakee Oral a.
Milwaukee. June 23.
Wheat Firm and higher; No. 2 spring,
72c; No. 1 northern, 76c; July. 68ic.
Corn Dull and weak; No. $. 24c Oats
Weak and lower; No. 2 white, 22c
Barley Firm and higher; No. 2, 30
$4; sample, 2SeVc Rye-Steady;
No. 1, 35c.
Hay Timothy, tiBB; wild, m&tt.
Buttee-Fair toehoiee, 10c; fresh
Ece Erasa. to.
Coal Soft. lOe.
Cattle He tehen pay for eora fedsaeeratve
M;e; eon and neifen, to&e; ealvea,
Bating Laaiha WwaadWa
TO FIGHT THE BELL TCLEPHONs
mty-Fowr laateiaa.al Cant pea Ira-Ready
for a Hrllo War.
Detroit. June 24. The Independent
Telephone ascciattcn completed Ita bus
iness yesterday. The advisory board
consista of Messrs. Savage, of Pennsyl
vania; Critchfield. of Ohio; Daugherty.
of Indiana: Marshall, of Illinois; Dun
can, of Tennessee; Miller, cf Maryland,
and Hlggins. cf Michigan, together with
the president acd secretary of the as
sociation, ex-officio membera The elec
tion of officers waa then proceeded with,
resulting in the following: President.
Jaraea H. Thomas. Chillicothe, O.; sec
retary. W. J. Vcsey. Fort Wayne. Ind.
Representatives of fifty-four telephone
exchanges signed the constitution last
Right. The convention adjourned sine
die at a late hour. The delegates from
the Detroit and Grand Raplda compa
nies, the two largest In the country, were
conspicuously absent from last night's
meeting, and have not signed the consti
tution. President Holmes, of the De
troit exchange, says hia company uses
an equipment that in no way Infringes
on the Bell patents, and does not care to
enter Into an association that contem
plates an organised legal fight-
The manufacturers of independent tel
ephones represented here during the
convention of Independent telephone men
held a harmonious meeting yesterday
and organized an association "to pro
tect and promote the Interests of the
manufacturers and users of Independent
telephones." The following officers were
elected: President, H. A. Taylor. Madi
son. Wis.: secretary-treasurer. J. Harry
Lee, Baltimore. An advisory commit
tee was formed, consisting of P. C.
Bums, of Illinois; H. A. Taylor, of Wis
consin, and Arthur B. Cotton, of Illi
nois. YALE FRESHMEN THE WINNERS.
Take the Boa Baee at Poaghkerfiele la
Toughkeepsie. N. Y., June 24. Three
crews of freshmen on the Hudson last
evening smashed to smithereens all
previous records for freshmen on a two
mile course and put up one of the hot
test inter-collegiate races ever wit
nessed in this country. A crew of sturdy
Yale freshmen rowed the two-m!le course
in 9 minutes, 19 seconds; a trifle
lighter crew of Harvard freshmen fought
thtm every Inch of the way and finished
a trifle over two legnths behind them,
in 9:26, and the Cornell freshmen,
whose college record is that none of its
freshmen crews has ever been beaten
before, finished A length behind Har
vard, In 9:29. The best previous record
for two miles was 9:41, made by the
Columbia freshmen crew of '94 at New
London, in 1891.
PBOEESSOK BATMAN'S STATEMEVT
It Cornea Cp la the Senate aa a Question of
Washington. June 24. Allen of Ne
braska arose In the senate yesterday to
a question of personal privilege In con
nection with the conduct of the last
campaign. Thto-e waa much Interest In
the statement, as Allen waa chairman f t
the Populist national convention. Allen
reaa a published peeaa dispatch from
atijBtaai. M. grvang the Professor
Bate roan charges, already In the dis
patches. and made a aweeptng denial of
the charges. He satd that Bryan had
determined to divide the royalties on
his book, and m doing so he allotted
$1,809 to the PopuHst party. The draft
waa sent to Allen, but the chairman
of the Populist national committee (But
ler of North Carolina) declined to ac
cept it. Thereupon, at the suggestion
of Bryan. Allen Invested the amount, to
be used in the Interest of bimetallism.
Allen declared that the statement that
any agreement existed aa to fusion. In
connection with th trif. . k.
lute and unqualified falsehood." Butlu
statea Drietly that the offer vu made
to him. but he felt Impelled to decline
it. He approved Mr. Bryan's motive,
but felt that the acceptance might be
open to misconstruction,
Lewlston, Me.. June 24. Relative to
the statements of William J. Bryan and
Senator Allen In denial of hia charge.
Professor Bateman aald: "Mr. Bryan
aaya that he took my name from the
newspapers and added It to Allen's let
ter of notification. Thla ia decidedly
rich, and a unique method of writing
history. It would have cost him only
a 2-cent stamp to have found out that
I did not slxn the letter and that I
had promptly repudiated the sentiments
which it contained. The forgery of name to
the letter lies between Bryan and Al
len and they can settle the matter to
suit themselves. Senator Allen's tirade
in the senate yesterday is renewed proof
that only the wounded bird flutters. The
lawyer who has a bad rase usually
abuses the opposing counsel."
Bimetallic League alerting.
Cincinnati, June 24. The Bimetallic
League elected the - following officers
yesterday: President, R. H. Reemelin,
Cincinnati; secretary, John E. Owens,
Cincinnati: treasurer. J. P. Tarvln, Cov
ington, Ky. Indianapolis was chosen
for the next place of meeting. The con
vention closed with a night meeting at
Pike's Opera House, addressed by A. J.
Warner, cf Ohio, acd Judge Tarvin. of
Kentucky. Both speeches elicited much
nirtj niaiimna in Tim iiaain
Ashland, Wis, June 24. Sensational
discoveries have been made by County
Treasurer Nelson, and aa a result two
prominent citiaena and perhaps others
may be arrested today. The charge
that will be preferred ia that ot forgery.
According to the discoveries made by
County Treasurer Nelson, some one haa
victimized the county to the extent of
several thousand dollars, and It Is diffi
cult to say how much the county will
lose. County orders have been forged
by being raised In value and the prac
tice has likely .conp .on for vara.
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Island on the C, B. 4a Q. E. B.
TralM Bob. S and 10 will atop
aad tot vial ton off and on.
Crii;8 stssa, csrn erf.
blesks and foundation
stone -any size desired.
Samples of Btona nod Photos ot
Bolld'cga can be seen at Boom
No. IS, Mitchell 4s Lynda's build
Arthur Barrell, manager,
Rock Island or Colona. ILL
Nothing but a loc
al remedy or change
of climate will cure
Get a well-known
nrs ftiAi bill
It la nnlrblv ah.
Oarns and cleanses the Nasal raaaagea.
Allays inflammation, heals and protects the
aaembrane. restores the aanasa of taata ami
smell. No cocaine, no mercury, no tniur-
lous drag. Full size 60c; trial siaa 10c, at
druggists or by mail.
SLY B BOTHERS, M Werrea Street, Hew Tort.
, . dijeortrr. Wi:i tree ' aa ia
JJ.K my .Lm of Scxwl I'uwer m .ilbrr oz, . .ol-l
? ?" on. from r.T cr ai. If ut:. d. .nk
T null, f box. ta&-l k -1 .L.-,-.
rial, MXblCIZZ co itL
ForaalebjA. J. Helii, dracftet. Bock Iiland
Tha onlv safe, sure aad
reliable Female Pill ever
offered to Ladiea. Eape-
eially recommended to
married Ladles. Aak for
bbW tHV aVOUITTt 7m.ji ar van) A ana, y itwm
IMM til Ml Tm hri(. LWXM TfmT K (W
r 4aaan L ev. m
,10 ON THE
OastaU ia art n la ne-tb Vottlai ear, ft
Is art soli la feslx. Drat allav airaet to aaB
yea aaytalag els aa tke plat ar Brealat that at
la "jaat aa goat" aad "will aaswer eearr fan.
poe."-Ba that roar CaT-O-a-teV
Nottoe ofFlaal FetUement.
state of LomizeC. BUott. aeeaasal.
Pablleaotin to hereby elvea that aha aeesr
aaed. M. O. Elliott, will etUae Mora, he
y eoart of Rock lalaa eoeatr. aa ana
eeart bnue la Rock Ulead, oa the rtia Say at
Jane. IW next, tar the psrpoas of .r1ii anal
aettlemeat ef ai eetate. at watch date and
plaee be-nill ark for aa order of aMtrihettaa,aa
erlll awo ask he davharaea. AU nstaona n
terested are notlaed to aHead.
Moeaialaod, ill. Jane 7. 1SST.
.-V . U. CLUOTT, J
UIUMBUI m ABSBAUm
Ex eon tor's VoUotw
Betataer Oetrrre ai liter. It mm l
era of the laat will and tesunasnt of Omaa
Mister, late of the ceaaty of Back ailaaT
elate of Illinois. deeeaMd, aarehy ctrae aattae
aald eoart, la the city of Mock '-in1. at aha
falytatnv, oa the ana Mender la Jet
seat, at which tbno all imi.ua. barter ranaa
araliH amid ertate are noUBed end ununrt.d aa
euoad tor tke onrpene of hartag the 1 aa
wmi. rmow laaemee 10 eeie eaiaee are
eeoHed te aaaae haniedlan aayat at taa tay
Oatct thla M day ef May. A. D. IwT.
CaAaiaa A. Muraa.
Knate of Dora aerk. DeeeaMd.
-- ' f iiiiiiii tiaU
aanMar of the eetate of Dora Bare. ti -t
theeooty ef Koca lelaad, etaao ef Hi met a, do-
kefore the eoaiitr eoart of Rwat -' ' -
ty. at the cou.tr eoen i net, la the
alty of Rork Uiead. at the Aayeet tena. ea
the In Monday la surest, next, at watrk tana)
ell iibim havtec ciataM aaalaal aald an.
Ma are notlsedaad reaeeetad toettead let lha
thla 7th day ef In. A. D. tavT.
tomua Baua. atmaaletialai.
Application by Conservator to 811
STAT1 OF ILUHOU, l
la the eotrnty eoart of eell Back I ileal aoaatr.
Te the July larai a. U, IHB7.
Te ell eer.no. noepemed :
rnbiic aoure le herrtrv aieea that tha
elciMid onaerrretor of rr-erick Mafawa, aa
ti.aiieet4 dletrerbH peteoti. ha aied la the
oAoa of tke clera of the count eoen of Nook
Mend eeentr la the elate of Illlaola.e netlttea
for aa order of eald oo.rt eettiarteui eed ea
aowrrlor him to eell toe follotriua reel mm
el'Bated la the eetd eiaoty of Uk l.lend end
eewKtna; v ue eaia rreaerica ararnatae.
Lots acaibrr rorea (7) and eiyM fl rn hleak
aomhrr oae (1) le tbc taaa.blaef fVtuth Moltee.
And that eald petition will eepneeated for at
Vrwaara oa the ffrat day of the Jelv term A. t
imn, of ..Id court to he herna aod held la the
city ef Hock Liana le eetd Rock lelet.d eeassf
cn the Crrt BKBday of Juiy. A. I, I-T. ar aa
eooa thereafter e. eoeaarl cea be heard, at ablat
time you caa aiipear aod rhow caoea. If eey yea
bevn, by eeid iietlliue booi4 not be ettiilea.
Dated Ui' 6th day of Jeua. A, D. lev?.
Jone m. hoacs, tmiaerrator of eeie
Wiuiaa L. LcaoLra. BoMdtor for Feet
Notice to Contraotora,
aceitd vroponl will be rvcelnd et the etey
elert .clBce. Ikm Inland, aaul Tharate. Jaw
ia. Ihe7. at t o'clock p. m , lot roaatteillea ana
UnproveaMtiUi ordered by aba erdiaaaoes en
t.tled a follow,:
"Aa otdibesce for the lannuii mnal f tiimft
nveaee la tbe city of Rook Ulaad. elate ef IU1
aoU. f ram tbe eeet line of Twelfth llml te aba
wert line of aereBteeeth etreet."
-Aa ordinance for the Inpforrnteat ef tinatfc
reeoeln the alty of Rock lelaad, stale ef IiA
ou .. trim the eart lint of Twealir-third aaraat
to te aval lice of Thirtieth street
Acd for forateMac ail the aiaierie's and 4-ant
tbe wore aetordlac to p'ena aad rrrtiflriHeaa
ue lie at the cttv c lark's ofHte.
Blank bide will be ferotabad oa appllcetloa.
Bach b.d awl be eocoauiaBUd with e ceruaed
rbech la the ion of I re bandred (av dolnwa
ee eeeje Rook ialand hank, aaeabla ta tha ni a
of the auyor of eeid cUy. which ehen win,
forfeited to eed eUr la ew the bMder rhetl fall
wnurniocairia. witata tea i in cara
tae awaraiat of eiid contract, with any
eeretieef'eaacatethe work for the nrico
iionea te hi e a end eccortlar to tee
eeeciBCBtiooe la tbe event that LI
ee awerdod to hint.
Uaaireoiote are retailed to furnish
orica with which work ! te oane
la tbe aork aet correavene wtta
aoauiv ne etyie.
Rock IalAaa,ia,jBBel. 1W.
A. D. HrBMBe, Otty Clerk.