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Iiuf nf IWira It-'', Doeeaeed.
TIM mifl-miriieil h , ) T. V k-a. nrwh ut
latrator of the eetate of IMra Beck, late ol
to errant? of Hock Inland, atata of Illlrjoia,d
eeaaea, Dni!iy Rive Bailee thai be will appeal
for tli cuoiitj court of Rock 1 aland coon.
t, at it eeontv coin room, in tb
CUT of Tine I.lacii. at tha lift term, on
ta 8m Muoutv in Anr.t, oxt, at which time
U pernor, tivtr.i claim aaicat Mid
lata ar notified ara rv;outM toatteid for Uat
lureon of nation; tbe am adjaatad.
All perarm Indebted to aald estate are raqoeet
ltd la atafte Immediate parmeat, to the andez
elgned. UHii l'J earef Jnne, A. IJ.ITT.
CioTTLitm Baci, A".mlnlutor.
Bntat nf Hrtiete KamwT. deeuaasd.
I Tn naorrijrred riavlna neon appointed ad
arnlatramr .r tha nf Uphkri-. tv.
( at ef til enontv of liork Inland, atate W
llllnole, dernnei, horabr cite notice tnat ta
will appear before tha eon Mr court of Rock Inland
Joantv. at the n.r.rtw (Min wnnm i iV,
Jty of Rnck Inland, at tha Krpteir.lh r term, r,a
the fret M'.mlTlnH-innihi'riM.'Zt, at wbtcb Urn
all penrrrm hnv ntt cialmn atainat said estate an
nutted an rxiieit:d to attend, for tha parpoac
of rtaelnjr tha miim e'.)atail.
All Deranfia terleiileri tnnalrl eatatn are ennataat.
d to Bake Ik mediate taaraunt to Ilia aadar-
Dalel thl Tl .v cf Jn!v A.D.W
t.rmi.a . KuHansii, Adin.IilalMtor.
IwlHir At Wali.ik, Aiu.roi j.
Bpscial Taxation Notion.
Hntlee la heri tir ctun t- all jx-r-nne Inter
est l, lat therl'7 (enor'l of tne cur nf nock
Jlaad hevmir ordered ttit f.venth ifrnni be
Imurot'd bv i- 1 1 g from IU eia- line of Iwec-tjr-tHIrd
ntre. t to the irm line of Thirtieth atreet
hi frfiirmlty wltb an urtliaauce adopted Jane
114 otil nnnr for mid Imprirvement la
oa tie In the iilB.-e of the ciijr rlrrk of
eeid cltr. ami eatd citr bra applied to
tee couniv court or riork leland county,
llllrol., for aa matnt and levr of tbe
enat. of .aid Inn n,a,eB upon aod from the lota
and parte of lot and Irarta of Un 1 contiRuona t
the line of ea'd lmrroement In eatd ordinance
erdard lobe) romtruated. tn proportion to the
TroBtair ir anrn iota, pan or lot, and tractf of
land iin lh lmproemnt aoorlered to be con
moled a- afonaald: and an aeeearaent thereof
having lieea made and returned to aaid court, tbe
anal brnrlnc tberern will he bad at tba Aafut
term of eaul erurt, rornmenclDa n tbe 8d
day of A'.fntt. A. D , 'W.
All imtm na d nitlr. may then and tbore appear
and make tin Ir riefvi.t
Dated at Koci liUud tbl !'k day of Jaly
A. !., Ik'jT. T. Y l.iui.
J. ill Wl M.
Bpeclal Txtioa Notice. .
rto'lc la herehy i Ten to all perron Interested
that tha e tr eouacll of the city of Kock Inland
baelng orderet that Nintb ntreet In tbe city of
Hock Inland, fate of Illlnoln, from tbe roatb
line of becond arenae to the rorth line ef Third
eeeane. he pretaeed for aacadaniitlnf and me
aadaalaad aa eel faith hy I lie trru of an ordl
eanee pataad hy taid eoanrll at a aoecial neat.
taf held tha vh day of Jane. A D. lavT.
nnia ommanca r jr eaia loip'oeernent la on Die
In the Disc ol the ritj ciark ef laid cltr. ard aald
city baa avpl'.ad to tha tonaiy conrt of Kork Inl
and coBnty, lillnole. for an aeeament and levy
of Ibe contn of aald l-np'oyrner.t tipaq and from
the lota and part of hit and trarka of land eon-
lianoua tu Hie llreof talit Improvement In aald
ordmaeee ordered to he o inetrncted. In propor-
tlaa to the fmntaKa of nu b late, art of lota,
aaitrvctaof aad upa the 1eiprav-nient an or
dered to h rotmtrarfd at aforenaid and an aa
aeeaaier.t theremf baiiaaj beea anada acd returned
te a.ld court, the foal heartnf tbereon will he
had at the Angnet term of ruid cenrt comrnecc
Ingon tbe vlfayof Anfant. A D. l".iT.
All peraona dralrins may tken and there id-
yearand ake their dafenaa.
f tiated at Nek I. land. Ininole. thla IVh day of
Jaly. A. U. ia;. U. M. Mc c-aai.
naiiai. ( ohkbi.
V) illiabt t.iTLajrorr.
' Bpaola! Taxation Notice-
Tlotlre la herehy glten to all perennn lntareated
that tbe rlly council of the rliyof Hock laland
havlna ordi'red that KatanUt (1th) avenne in tbe
etty o' Kura Inland be raved from the eant line of
Twelfth 114 h) atreet to Hie wait lire of seven
teenth 17'h) atreet.
Paid ordinance far na'd improvement I on Die
In the oirtre ( the rityclerk of naid city, and aald
ity ha a; plied to tho county conrt of Kick Inl
and county, lilinnla, for an aneenement and levy
of the cnnin of and Improvement upon end from
the Utf ami l nne of lute and tractn of land roctlff
nora tn the line of aald improvement In raid ordi
kancv oniered to he constructed. In pmortion to
the Irontaue of atirh kitn, .arte of lna and tract
of land ni'on the improeeuient ao ordered to be
ceoatrnettd ea aroreatid: and an aenefsment
taereof having been made and returned to nald
conn, the final hearing- thereon will he bad at
the Anguet term of eUI eoart, cemmenclag on
Wteatcond day ef Ai(ra.t, A. t. !.;.
I All aernnnn rieniplft. nua Ih.naiwIlliiM n
.per and make tl.eir derenee
irareu a rfrk 111 ltd. 111., tail it h day Of
Jaly. A. I). Inc.
I a mi i Hrraen,
L J. IxinrcKHaTll,
8 pedal Taxation Notice.
Woliee la herehy given to all peraona Intereated
that the city mnnrtl nf the city of Hock Inland
havlrgcrd. red that Tenth atreet in the city of
Hock lland, attie of lilinoU. from the eotith Una
f Merond aveane to tbe north line nf Third av
eaoe, be pr. pared for micwdaulalnif and ma
ailamUed, Said tnllnatce fry raid Imnroveme't la en HI
ia tlr nntee of ihe city vlirk of aald city, a"d
aald eltv han arpilnl to the county conrt of Hock
laland county, Illlnoln, for an a?ncnament and levy
of the tenia of aaid Improvement nion and from
the lota an I pan of hit and trarta i f Ian contig
aene tn the line of naid Improvement in
aald otttlr-anren crdernl to be ronetrurled
In proportion t lite frontage of niieh lota, parta
f lota, ami tract of lard uwon tha Improvement
an onier.-d to he eonatrnrtrd a aforenaid; and an
vaeeraemeni tkrreor aavirg bean made and re
tore. to aald evert, the Aral haariog tbereon
twill be hail at the Anguat term of raid coart,
kvtnoeoci' gen tbe 4.1 day of Augaat. A D.. Is'.'!.
All armin draliine tnne thein and lh-r,
pear and make their ilefvnre.
Dated at Kork laland. l.lirola. thla lath day of
July, A. !., IM. Jon J Koara.
1 111 a W. NawLj
. IT. Pgtiiaa.
Oil. MOTT'S XEr.VEl.IKEPH.LSe
The great rrtrje
tie for nervout
au nervoua Ci
were of tbeevo
of eliber act.
each aa Nervoua
aaruaa taa arrati taiaa, Wallrne or I -rat
Man hood. Impott-e- Nightly F.r taakioa. Youth.
tul l.rrur. Menial -v. exeeaalT nee of To
haaeo or Oplnm. which k-d loOonnumpttoo aod
inaanity. itn every onlrr w gtv a writ
tar, guarantee to euro or refund the money,
ai.. at 4 1. tut per tHi oie lor atji.tto. om.
mnt uaa.ii. iaiaroi, , otu.
' B4d fef T.tt. Theaaa. dnittlaC
the most fatal of . all
FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE
a GUARANTEED remedy
. m a m
t or money reiunuea. con-
tains remedies recognized
by all eminent physicians
j as me test tor Kidney and
ttiM A. l-f
viouucr LTUUDICS. . .. ,
Price 50c and $iKh(
a -a I I I
Living Object Leaeon for Dr. Mile'
HEART IHSKASE bcuralile. "For oyer
forty years." writ Daniel Myers of
Two Taverns, Ia., on Aug. 10, liSC.
"laoffered with heart disea-te. Firxtasligbt
palpitation, crailnrtllv crow Inn- enru. The
ahortness of breath, Hlevplessnem, smother-
iuk sensations anu murh pain In the region
of the heart alarmed mo and I consulted a.
physician. Hcreivini; do benefit I tried
others and a number
of remedies, spending
targe amount of
1 money, but finally be-
caujc Ml uiiu tnat it waa
nnsafe for me to leave
home. I commenced
using Dr. Miles' Heart
Cure two veara an ft.
ror eighteen months I have been well. Al
though 7i years of ape I can go where I wish
ami 1 nloep all niKht and wake up as cheer
ful as a balie and compli ujy rested."
Ir. Miles ICetnedies are sold by all drag
Bint under a positive guarantee, first bottle
benefits or money refunded. Book On Hears
and Nerves sent free to all applicants.
DU. MILES MEDICAL CO.. Elkhart, Ind.
Otra Four own lion ana Ban It Iurd,
Insurance and Loans.
R3om 4, Mitchell A Lynde b'ng.
The popping of a
cork from a bottle of
Hires is a signal of
good health and plea
sure. A sound the
old folks like to hear
the children cau't
72 rt ti
is rompoaed of the
very tnirredleDte the
avau in rcqiilres. Aiding
i ne ui;'eniiin.ootritng
the nerves, purifying
the blond. A temier
anre drink fur temper
i aiai. netvny
I Ti. n.rb-a n hdnc.. una.
a par ira art" ralloa.
ugene J. Burns
Real Estate b
Buy, Sell and Manage
property. Collect Rents,
The old Are and tine
tried company's repre
sented. Rates as low
as any reliable company
root PfttroBftge U Ballcliwd- .
OffiM 1S30, SwOoBd At.
Harper Hooaa Block.
GRAY HAIR RESTORED
to lla amaIUiml rotor rv. . mT a ? IK
to 'a mivirml color by MW- KM
U AIR. Mftlfw?
Taoma Drag Star and Fourth Avenne Drag
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aut air. 1
eared at 11
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THIS ATtSUa MONDAY,
FIGHT RAGES HOT;
In the Coal Producing Regions of
the Mountain State.
siooEss ase wArrnro fob debs.
Other Aarltatora Have Owlv m Tmi
EBhnt Taieaa Opermtora aaat Railway
Otseials oa tha Staiasw Area autd Imeal
laterewU vTagTing a Hot tight Agaiaat a
Strike Strikers la the Pittnbarg District
Mareh Agaiaat Working Miner.
Clnctacatl, July 13. The CommereiaV
Trlbune'a special from Wheeling, W.
Va.. says: Just w hy it is eo may be a
mystery to some, but it is a fact never-
leiess mat Eugene V. Debe win be able
' do more lust now toward brlrierlnnr Aiit
the miners in the Fair-mount region than
any other man. A big meeting at Mon
ongah yesterday demonstrated this when
iocai miner got up ard declared that
i soon aa Debs amp Intn t rm reelnn the
men would strike, and that his influence
would be greater than all the offers of
the operators to pay bonuses on coal
mined. This sentiment was loudly
cheered. The omnicerm at wnrlr thorn
admit that he "must be brought Into the
field and last night It was announced
that he Will ho at Ihlnnnnt
Everybody wants to hear Deba, Tester-
uay a meeting at willow Tree school
house for tit MnnnnM.h mtrxtM - a
success as to numbers and enthusiasm,
but there was a serloua rnnllvnr nfr e n-
rthusiasm after the meeting was over
anu tne organizers departed.
Tho Willow Tree Meeting.
The Mononcah men will wait unill n
morrow when DetM ta aAvfrUcml
tively to come, before taking any action.
icsicnui) b meeting Dy actual count
there were 324 men tirtunt r ahnn, oil
but ten were miners, and all but about
twenty aionongah men. There was loud
cheering and lots of it, and when a vote
to strike was called for everybodyrose
and the cheering lasted five minutes.
After the meeting, however, fully fifty
Monongah men said they would go to
work as usual in the morning. The men
at O'Donnell's, Aurora, Flemlngton and
Gates' mines are still out and will not eo
Operators Looking for a Strike.
The operators exrject all Falrmnnt in
be out at the end of the week or sooner.
iney tnreaten to close their coke ovens
and put the negroes and Italians into the
mines; and this means positive trouble
and possibly bloodshed. The
men at yestertlay'smeeting taking notes of
oei fining sua ana aone. Coal is too
badly needed, however, for any of the
miners to fear dismissal. The strike sen
timent is GTOWine slnwlir unit Ttinrotii.
Is the limit generally placed upen work.
x rauroaas are rustling things and
1,000 cars of coal IK helnnr ahlnnut Tn
the Norfolk and Western region yester-
uay me strnrers made gains in some sec
tions and losses in others. Big mass
meetings were held In Flat Top yester
day and it looks as though four more of
tni largest mines would be idle soon,
thoutrh the men rlialtlro tn rt... ,,n t
Eood pay they are now -making and are
mtiimuns oeiween aesire and what
they feel to be a duty.
Loral I n terrain va. Labor TJalona.
At Thatcher vesterdav flfrev tho -
part u re of tha creaniinr. fne CTot er..
and Pocahontas, the strikers under the
nii.ueiin: oi speecnes Dy operators and
railroad officials voted to return tn
Organizers will be sent back among the
men. me Ejunorn operators believe
their men will return by tomorrow. The
contest between the representatives of
the labor organizations and the local !n
terests throughtout the region Is terrific,
but the strikers seem to have the best
UL 11. - - I
iHUlfiLi; SEEMS TO BE BBEVIKJL ,
Striken Marching, 1,000 Strong, oa MineJ
vvaariw Bjiatauea Are at Work.
Pittsburg. July 19. The event of v
terday in the Pittsburg coal mining dis
trict indicate that there is trouble)
ahead. The strike has been on for two
weeks with no cause for alarm In any
quarter, but yesterday the pangs of
hunger and mutterings of discontent
took tangible form, and 1,000 miners
started to march on rjummuimpe
objective point being the Boone and Al
lison rmr.es. A lew days ago the op
erators of these mines made a requisi
tion on the sheriff nf Wnihin
ty for additional deputies. It is sup-
lKnsed that there are at least thirty
deputies at each minp well am e-
any friction that may take I lace.
iae miners or the Millers and Tom's
Run districts yesterday held mass
meetings. The men omnlnvcut in
Slope arid Bridgevllle mines. Essen Nos.
1 and 2. and Steen'n
Biidgeville. Cecil was tha scene of a
meeting of Laurel Hill Nos. 2 and 4.
Creedmor and Bishon mlnpa a.rt k
diggers employed In the Standard ana
cuBwunn mines in Aimers Run also
held a meetins-. The e.thHnra
attended by men, women and children.
Many of the women openly branded
their husbands as cowards. They argued
that they might as well fight as starve.
x-utns ior u ringing out tne miners at
work in the Boone and Allison mines
were discussed. Snecial mmmittiua
were sent from one meeting to the oth-
er. it was decided to march on to
Cannonsburg mines last night. The
Reissing brass band and the Cecil drum
corps were engaged, and the march
across the country is on.- 'The pro
cession is made nn nf thm. ttHainna
from the different sections. They united
" cnagevuie ana took up tbe tramp
Of twelve milea art-rata th Hinntrw a
miner who was very enthusiastic over
iiuu nuu tnere wouia De at least
1,000 men in line. It was learned that
the scheme has been in process of
formation for several daya It eras
talked of several days ago, and got to
the ears of the operators of the Can
nonsburg mines; hence their decision to
Increase their force deputies.
The negotiations to irutnen tha. mmI
operators of the district to sign a unl-
lurmity agreement are still going on.
The commissioners having It in charge
'eel as. it they would be able to ac
complish it. Secretary O. Frank
Schmidt said last night that the pros
pects were brighter than they have
been since negotiations began. He said
that within the next few days powerful
and potent influences would be brought
to bear on the operators, and with the
strike in the present condition the In
dications were for successful ctmstun
mation of tbe grermeut. it was aa
wuoced last jjgbjt by prominey pp.
wrator thAt'll the strike ia West Vrr-
gfnia, doe not prove successful tha
Pittsburg operators win make an effort
early next week to start their mines at
the ev-cent rate. They wilt claim that
as they are willing to pay the price
asked the law must protect them In the
operation of their mines.
STATUS OF THE BALL CLUBS.
Ka Chaaara Therreia Law Week 8e Far as
taw teaarlna Are Caarerwenl.
Chicago, July 19. The League base
ball clubs last week made no change as
to the leaders. Boston Is still at the top.
Cincinnati second, Baltimore third and
New York fourth. At the tail end. how
ever, Chicago has climbed a place and
is now ninth. The .standing of tbe clubs
is shown below: .'
Played. Won. Lost. P. C.
Boston ......68 48 20 .70s
Cincinnati M 45 21 .682
Baltimore ....67 44 2S .G7
New York 68 40 28 .EM
Cleveland 69 39 30 .655
Philadelphia 73 34 29 .464
Pittsburg 68 31 . 37 .456
Brooklyn ....70 31 39 .443
Chicago ....i...";..72 31 41 .431J
iouisviue 7U 30 40 .429
Washington 67 26 41 .388
St Louis 70 15 55 .214
Following are the latest League scores:
At St Louis Philadelphia 5. St Louis
10; at Cincinnati Washington 2, Cincin
nati 14; at Cleveland Brooklyn
2. Cleveland 6; at Pittsburg
Boston 6. Pittsburg 5; at Louisville
New York 4. Louisville 3; (second game)
New York 6. Louisville 12; at Chicago
Baltimore 20, Chicago 2. (Sunday) At
Chicago Baltimore 3, Chicago 6; at
Cleveland Broklyn 1, Cleveland 8; at
Cincinnati Washington 3, Cincinnati 4;
at Louisville St Louis 7, Louisville 10.
Western League: At Minneapolis
Columbus 7, Minneapolis 6; at Milwau
keeIndianapolis 8, Milwaukee 3; at
St Paul Detroit 14, St Paul 5; at
Kansas City Rain. (Sunday) At
Minneapolis Columbus 6, Minneap
olis 3: at St Paul Detroit 15. St
Paul 14; at Kansas City Grand Rap
ids 8, Kansas City ; (second game)
Grand Rapids 12, Kansas City 15; at
Milwaukee Indianapolis 3, Milwaukee
4 fifteen innings.
Western Association: At Rockfoird
Quincy 1, Rockford 17; at Peoria Bur
lington 1, Peoria 6; at Dubuque St.
Joseph 3, Dubuque 1; at Cedar Rapids
Des Moinfs 8, Cedar Rapids 6. (Sun
day) At Roekford Quincy 6, Rock
ford 9; at Peoria Burlington , Peoria
4; at Cedar Rapids Des Moines 2.
Cedar Rapids 3; at Dubuque St Jo
seph 2, Dubuque 1.
IMPRISONED MINER RESCUED.
Be Had orn tw Weeks with No Food
and Only a Oalloa of Water.
Phoenix, A. T., July 19. James Stev
ens, the imprisoned miner, was rescued
from the Mammath mine Saturday
morning after an imprisonment of four
teen days without food and but little
water. At 7 o'clock Saturday morning,
at a depth of 125 feet, the miners broke
into the drift where Stevens had been
confined. Stevens is fearfully emaciated
and has lost fulljt 'seventy pounds dur
ing his confinkMiev&t, but his mind is
He had been cut off by the cave-In with
only a gallon ef water and with no food
and with two candles that were soon
extinguished as he worked by their
light to reach the vicinity of a small
air shaft that might clear the foul air
of the drift He had retained conscious
ness throughout, and told of the long
weary hours he had spent with tha
densest darkness about him and the
far-off sounds of drills of rescuing min
ers striving to rescue him.
FIVE MONSTER EPWORTH RALLIES.
Jtjnd-Cp of the aVeatrawrs' Great Coavea-
teji tioa at Toronto.
frC On-. July 19. Five monster
P .r'V rallies last night closed the
- convention the Epworth
rieague nas ever had. All five meet
hjgs were marked by great outbursts
of religious fervor, and the delegates
separated with many solemn vows to
remain steadfast and devote their lives
to the service of Christ At Massey
Music hall the greatest meeting was
held, the building being crowded to its
fullest capacity by over 5,000 persons.
Addresses were delivered By Dr. John
D. Pickles, of Boston; Rev. O. P. Rose,
of Montreal, and Rev. J. H. Hollings
worth, of Oreencastle, Ind.
The other rallies were herd at Cooke's
church, the Pavilion, the Metropolitan
church, and the Broadway tabernacle.
Thla Done at a Prayer Meetlaur-
Marlon. Ilia. July 19. While attend
ing a prayer meeting at Freedom church,
four miles southeast of hare, Isbatn J.
Price, aged 23, was shot tc- death by the
Hampton brothers, 8ylvter ani Ecrn
est, aged 22 and 19 respectively. These
young men are unmarried and th sons
of neighbors, who reside near this city.
The killing was the reslut of a family
feud running back for several years.
Acquittal of Or. Cornwall.
St Louis. July 19. Dr. Richmond
Cornwall, of Kansas City, Mo., who
while defending his father killed his
brother. Herbert Cornwall, was acquit
ted Saturday. The prosecution at
tempted to show that the killing was
premeditated, but failed to do so.' No
further action will be taken tn the mat
ter. aaactaUaat far Fowderiy.
New York, July 19. The Central La
bor union, after a long wrangle at their
meeting yesterday, adopted the follow
ing resolution: "That the appointment ef
T. V. Powderry as mmmissioner of im
migration as the greatest official Insult
ever offered by tha federal government
to organized labor.
Death mt Vara PreeMrat Crocker.
San Mateo. CaL. July 19. Colonel C.
F. Crocker, first vir mi.i
Southern Pacific Railroad company, who
was stncKen witn apoplexy and par
alysis at his dinner table eight days ago
died at 7.15 Saturday evening. He was
42 years old.
Hy-Ttaotay, K&t7 . wfio. Kef.
BuMnr Tatr to ehotoe, lOe; freak maaaary.
CMekeas 6u; spring chicken SfM per
Coal Sort. 10a.
Mwssadaeaan, tUe; asjvea. tt
aana nanaae annannannanneani anaanan anaananaaaeai nanaae anan
PKEE TRADE TALK
By Members of the) Visiting South
DO HOT BELIEVE II FSOTE0TI09.
Brasilia Say That the Only faawa
iprwclty I Free Tract, aans Atvleee a
, Peaiwe Dollar tor the CaMed Slain aans
tho Aholitloa of Protection CoaaaUlat
Aha Made of High Prices for the Pro
toet of Oar MamaCactartea.
Philadelphia. July 19. The commer
cial representatives of Mexico, Central
and South America, who Saturday night
returned from their forty day's tour of
the industrial centers of the country,
assembled yesterday at the Philadel
phia Commercial Museums and held a
symposium on the subject of reciprocity.
The meeting was of a parliamentary
nature, and a number of speeches were
made, several of the delegates express
ing decided views on the tariff question.
A general discussion-of the sublect fol
lowed. Dr. Gustave Nelderlem. scientific
director of the museum, presided. By
way of Introduction, he said: "The
United States congress Is now passing
the tariff bill, and in the amendments
a special power is given to the presi
dent to lower the tariff quotation 20 per
cent for each article which can be in
cluded in treaties of reciprocity. The
question of reciprocity 4s the most dif
ficult in the world's economy, and our
institution has been established with
the aim to come nearer the solution of
this great problem.
Pro ao tweed Free Trader Talk.
The most pronounced free trader of
the party. Arthur S. H. Hitchtngs. of
Rio de Janeiro, had this to say: "Reci
procity, if it were as easy: "Reci
nations as between individuals, would
tmdoubtedlly be a Just definition of
fair and friendly trade. But circum
stances often almost always create
difficulties which prevent a practical
realization of such a disposition. That
friendly countries should be inclined to
make It a 'system Is natural, but I do
not think it can exflist without free
trade, and I would be wrong hi holding
out prospects which would Indicate any
treaty by which Brazil would bind Itsel f to
favor one country more than others.
He then referred to the preference now
given by Canada to Great Britain and
said that reciprocity would not last
National late rente Not Alike.
He proceeded as follows: "It (would
be still" more difficult to have exception
al laws favoring the many nations on
the American continent. The inter
ests of these nations are not alike, nor
can their produce and rrsariufactunvs
find an outlet and consumption within
their respective or united boundaries.
Europe must necessarily be sought aft
er both by North and Soutfh America,
and It would be inconsiderate to pro
pose any legislation that would exorade
existing equality whereby all nations
are treated alike.' Stvrh legislation would
interfere with production, for it would
lead to surplus stocks, and exact quan
tities for barter would be required In
stead of progressive Increase, which
only greater and greater intercourse
with the whole world can foster and
Woaltt Have Otw Dollar Dearer.
"We have seen on our tour that the
United States produce machinery and
many of the articles which we Import
at present from other countries, and
we have noticed that these states also
Import many things similar to what we
buy in Kurope. I must say. however,
that the majority of your manufac
tures, although in most ways fitted for
our markets, are too high-priced, and
there will be no Increase In foreign
trade until there is a reduction in the
general scale of prices. You have to
appreciate your dollars, which have
hitherto been so easily earned; you
must make their purchasing power
greater, so that cheaper living will fol
low and more contentment But with
protective duties and Inflated currency
such results cannot be attained. The
speaker urged free trade as the only
FBEE TRADES AKDlROTECTIOnt.
P"n-Aaerloaa Gaeata Dehate the Q t a
aaal Thea Have Dlaaer.
Hitching, views were for the most
part seconded by Carlos Lix Klett, an
extensive exporter of wool and hides
from Argentine republic, but Mauro
Fernandez, former minister of finance
of Costa Rica, Central America, made a
strong plea In favor of protection. He
declared that tbe question came down
to a contest between the necessity of
the politician, which waa protection, and
aspiration of the scientific free trade.
"The United States is right to protect
her Industries until she can walk alone.
he exclaimed: "for in some political
respects she Is still a baby." The meet
ing hereupon resolved itself into a de
bate between the free traders and the
protectionists of the party.
'Louis A. DlHon, of Ecuador, told his
hearers that his country imported very
mach more from the United States than
they exported to them, but the business
men of his country had found that they
could do better with Europe, where
they were enabled to secure very much
smaller rates of freight F. Ferrari
Peres, special representative of tbe
Mexican government, said that as his
country increased it industries it bad
been at the same time reducing Its tar
iff. Captain J. Cordeira da, Graca, en
gineer and naval officer of Bra
ail, made another free trade argu
ment characterizing the present tariff
bin as a monstrosity, other addresses
of a more general character were made
by Alejaadero Garland, of Lima. Peru;
Henry 8. Price, of Colombia, and An
tonio E. Delnrto. of Caracas, Venezuela.
After the general discuaslon which
followed the party went to Willow
Trove, where dinner waa aerved. To
day there will be another meeting at
the Museum, and then the delegates
will disperse. Many will go to Europe,
others will remain la this country to
continue their studies of its Itiduartriea,
and some will return directly home.
Terrihle Arrieatla awath Afrlan.
Cams Tnwrn Julr IS Pwl P..-.
Klmberlv mate r he t anneal trM.-r.ru-
and fifty native were entombed as the
resuu oi an accident at the De Beer's
mine. Twenty natives were rescued.
There Is little hope of effecting a rsaeas.
of the cera,
WK ARB ASSERTING IS THE COtTVTS OCR RIGHT TO THE
EXCLUSIVE USE OF THE WORD CAST0RIA.', AXT
PITCHER'S C ASTORIA,' AS OCR trade mark.
7, DR. SAMUEL PITCHER, of Uyannis, Massachusetts
was the originator of "PITCHER'S CASTORIA." the same
that has borne and docs now f... on civry
bear the facsimile signature of C&&ffi&: wrapper.
This is the original - PITCHERS CAST0RIA," uidch has been
used in the homes of the Mothers of America for over thirty
years. LOOK CAREFULLY at the wrapper end sec that it is
the hind you have always bought . on the
and has the signature of OilzMcZiC wrap
per. No one has authority from me to use my name ex
cept The Centaur Company of which Chas. II. Fletcher is
. March 8. 1897.
Do Not Be Deceived.
Do not endanger the life of your child by accepting
a cheap substitute which some druggist may offer you
(because he makes a few more pennies on it), the in
gredients of which eveI he does not know.
"The End Ton Have Always Bought"
BEARS THE FAC-SIMILE SIGNATURE OF
Insist on Having
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