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THE AEQUO. BATPBPAT, OOTOBEK 9. 1097.
Better stay at borne and get
from yo:ir grocer. Sold every
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minlktratix l the camts of Ilmry Cr
Den. lau- of t)i w.i,t7 of hue Island
rate o' lslisoia. deeaared. torcay fl-rea notte
tha: aja wilj ,iieat hef rt? the eo-!nCT coJrt
lore filnal tomtf, at thioUee of 'he clercot
"l coari, 1o :ht ciM of Koca laiasd. at th De-c-rah
r teicn, on the Bret Vondfty la December
iMfit. a: vnich time all perrona havunc r.liim
aKaiuai ra'.) aetata areactiSe and reqaeeted to
vu-nrt for lie pnrpoae of havicr the earaa ad
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Notice Sale of Raal Est2t-.
Bsnor lrrsnl ilc-ne of !ho ctrcnit eonrt of
K k la aiid ojuotv. Ill , in i lii on t:e ! I'lln of
ihf iir5rr-i;.n, 4corre . rean. unardiun rf
Flmf Ivan. Anna lar afirt bertha i ea:. for
ir.m to re) ins real tue of the af-, K!mir
W LVsn. Anna LWan an Rental Dean at thj
ptrmVr t.-r.-v A. D.. 1SH7. or mid rourt. to
lt, on thp Srti Any of Hep einhur A. D., I
! II u.i ihr 1:4.1 rta r,t Oen br r ext. at the boor
of 11 oc.n;.k in the fnret:o.n of taid day. acll at
j nbl.c a'r M ..e et door of theconr. honie lu
teeitrnf Ifnck I-Ian l. cou. ty of H.C Inland
and rtste of ll li i.l-, the real e-'.ate dcaciiticd
a fr tuf. to-w.t!
Tbr.-fe-,iy Hf:ln (3 K) of lota tmt (i and
two ii In r!cc' eVhitea I8.. an. I Itre tventy
tfih 18 5of tie muth one h iridriia and thirty
(13.1) fief ff loi i: t! (I0i in block tbltteen (!3).
in Ssre-r Jt lte't ad.Mt'on t tni c.ty of
K-ct lnUui. idu',1 cf Uock lu'anil aud eate of
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On Ihe f..'.-l..g te:tn, tn-wit: Forrash.
bated Ihlt "'tii i!aof epu-mher. A I , Jc!l7.
Ox. uue W. L'e.si, UuiiLiao. tie
C-tki.f .he Walk"
In liie Uuudr; business is what our
tulmns own us to be. So ym c -n't
M lie ns far crowii.g -alien wn have
wrni the right on yc.ur shirt fronts,
cnllr.rs, cuffs tnd sliirt waists. We
dn th bst wotk In town, v J aw
lo;Mrig fur jour btind.'e. Shtii; we
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property. Collie; rWts.
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tried cornvany repre
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Harper Boaao "Stock.
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For the FoUowln; Safe
ad Reliable Onmpanlca-
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GET THEIR CASH BACK
Those Who Paid Customs Duties
on the Retroactive Plan Un
der the Dingley Law.
UUCLE SAM MUST EEPAY THE.TAX
Important Declaion of the Bosid of Gkrey
oral Appralaera Declarina; the Vepart-
. aneat Itulins Void, and Tbatfae Dincley
Tariff Law Kid Mot Take Effect CnUl tba
Preaident Bad Approved and Slsnod tho
Game, July 24 at 4 P. St.
New York. Oct. 9. Unless the courts
reverse the board of general appraiser,
importers whose gcoda were entered at
the custom house on Saturday, July 24,
before the signing of the tariff act, will
be able to collect from the government
the extra duties amounting to perhaps
$300,000 they were compelled to pay as
a result of the government's claim that
the tariff was retroactive and that it
took effect on the earliest possible mo
ment of the date on which It was
signed. The beard yesterday sustained
the protests of the importers against the
position taken by the government and
Instructed collectors of customs to re
liquidate the entries accordingly. The
opinion of the board was written by
General Appraiser Somerville, formerly
associate justice of the supreme court of
Alabama. The specific case on which
the decision was based was of importa
tion of wool by Stoddard, Haserick,
Richards & Co.. of Boston.
Wool Was Entered In the Morning.
The wool was entered for consumption
during the forenoon of July 24, and per
mits of delivery from the collector and
naval officer were at once placed In the
handsof the importers stamped "Free" un
der the provisions of paragraph 685 of
the tariff act of 1S99, which placed in
the free list all imported wool The en
tries were afterwards liquidated by the
collector so as to classify and assess the
wool for duty under paragraph 357,
rchedule K, of the tariff act of July 24.
1SD7, which levied a duty of 11 cents per
pound on imported wool of class 1.
Judge Somr, villc'n TUrce Pointa.
Judge Somerville, after weighing the
arguments of the. importers and of the
government, reaches the following con
clusions: 1. That the tariff act cf July 24. 1SD7.
fi!d not become operative as a law until
six minutes after 4 o'clock p. m. off said
day, when it was approved by the presi
dent. 2. That is was not operative by rela
tion on ar.y previous hour of tha day,
but that the tariff act of Aug. 2 1894,
remained unrepealed and In force until
the precise moment when said act of
July 24, 1S97, was approved.
3. That goods Imported end entered for
Inrrertlon on the afternoon of said July
24, 1R97 (or at any hour prior to the-time
of approval of said act), would be gov
erned as to classiflcattrn and rate of
duty by the tariff act of 1894, and not by
said act of 1S97.
DROUGHT CHECKS THE BOOM.
8tUl the Tolamoof Trade la Greater Than
the Record In Recent Tears.
New York, Oct. . Bradstreefs says:
Distribution of general merchandise in
the central west and northwest is lur
thr checked owinir to tho mw.wi
drought in Kentucky. Illinois, Kansas,
portions of Missouri, Nebraska, Iowa,
Minnesota and the Dakotas. Telegraphic
advices to Bradstreet's report fierious
damage in Kansas and parts of Nebras
ka and Icwa, where early planted wheat
Is up and budding out, but that planted
later Is not likely to sprout Fall plow
ing is now impossible, six weeks without
rain having dried up pastures and com
pelled farmer to feed stock. Manufac
turing industries throughout the west,
particularly iron and steel, continue ac
tive, and there is an increasing tendency
on the part of tha Interior merchants to
"While tha volume of trade has de
creased at Chicago It is ahead of the like
record In recent tpaw ThF. i. mvi.
perate improvement In business in the
Buuin. iiigner prices tnls week are re
ported for cotton, coal and clothing (in
sympathy wiOi wool), wheat, flour and
eggs. Print cloths, lard, beef and sugar
have declined. Hides are weaker, lead
Is lower and Bessemer pigs sold off 60
cents a ton under heavy speculative of
ferlngSi notwithstanding the iron and
steel markets as a whole remain active
There were 237 business failures re
ported throughout the United States this
week, compared with 189 last ipit ai
' In the week a year ago. 274 two veara
ago, 238 three years ago and 406 In 1893.
Gen. Barrieon'a Comment on tha Fight.
New York. Oct. 9. Formpi- Prti.iii
Harrison said yesterday on the political
situation: "Last year the cry in New
York seemed to be "Smash Tammany
Hall and Bryanlsm.' This year a great
many people are shouting 'Smash Tam
many Hall. Brvanlsm and tha Rennh.
Mean party." General Harison then pro
ceeded to argue that Republicans of all
orta should support General Tracy. The
general said ba was tot a campaigner.
ana wonia not attend tne Republican
meeting because ha was not a campaign
er and did not want to make a speech.
Beer at Your Own Frfce.
Chicago, Oct 9. Beer at consumers
Price is the rroscect eonfrcntintr tha rit-
iiean of Chicago. Wide open war has
been declared by the brewers, and there
is no telling where it will end. Thnm la
every prospect however, that it will sur
pass in virulence any previous Deer war
and alSO that the salnonkponara nrin K.
quickly draw--. Into the fight The brew
ers are cutting prices right and left
Mother Kills Ber Little Boy.
York. Fa.. Oct 9. Mrs. James Shon-
berger, a widow, yesterday shot and
killed her 4-year-old boy and then
placed the revolver to her own head
and fired. The ball entered hoi u,ln
but glanced off without making a dan
gerous wound, ine motner naa become
desrjondent through, covert-r anil fear
that she was going to lose her reason.
Japan Bnya Soma Batla ofTa.
Philadelnhia- Oct. 9 Tnf Aranntfnn
riven out in this city yesterday that the
imperial Japanese government bad Just
contracted with the Illinois Steel com
pany for 26.000 tons of steel rails and
fastenings. These rails are to be of the
Pensylvania railroad standard and 70-
- ' ; ..San.
' COUPLE OF SOCIETY ITEMS.
IJttto IHasewlties Aaaong Soaaa Oood Peo
ple In Artraajnaa and
Augusta, Ark., Oct .News of a
bloody fight in which about a dozen men
participated was received here from
Deview.a small place In Woodruff coun
ty, yesterday. Four men were seriously
wounded, three of whom are not ex
pected to live. The wounded are: E. J.
Douglass. Frank Williams, Tony Bow
ers and EL W. Wilson. Several other
men were badly bruised. The riot oc
curred at Charles Upman's place, where
the men were drinking and carousing.
A slight altercation arose between two
of the revelers which soon involved ev
erybody In the place and a free-for-all
fight ensued. In which knives, clubs,
brass knuckles, lead pipes and cotton
balances were used with terrible effect
Birmingham. Ala., Oct 9. At Green
ville, Thursday night at a country
dance, William Ekof objected to Sidney
Duarf dancing with his sister, and shot
the latter dead at the girl's feet As
Bkof started to dash out of the room
he was seized by H. la Sutton, a
friend of the murdered man. Ekof shot
Sutton in the abdomen and lie died an
hour later. As Ekof ran from the hall
several of the dancers fired shots at hkn
through the darkness, and a trail of
blood indicated that he was wounded,
although he jumped on a horse and es
caped. Duarf and Sutton were botJn
prominent young planters.
GOV. PINGREE WINS A BET.
Proves Himself Sharper Than Thnee Baw
porters' and Travels Incog.
New York, Oct 9. -Hazen S. Filigree'
governor cf Michigan, ex-mayor of De
troit ar.d expert authority on that
homely but necessary tuber, the potato,'
ia once more in the United States. He
arrived yesterday from Venezuela, and
already have numerous telegrams flashed
the good news to Lansing and
Detroit One thing over which the gen
ial governor chuckled In and out of his
sleeve was the way In which he had
"outwitted the reporters," as he called
It when ha passed through New York
last August, and thereby won a
With Colonel Sugden, of tis official
staff. Governor Fingree laid a wager
that he could pass through New York,
even stop here, and thea take a steamer
for Venezuela, without his presence in
the metropolis being disclosed to the
newspapers. So as "G. L. Gaylord" the
governor stopped at the Murray Hill ho
tel, and spent a whole day nudging "Q.
L. Gaylord" and laughing at him.
Ohio Town Swept by Flames.
Toledo, Oct 9. Fire broke out In Bab-'
cock's saloon at Gibeonburg at 10 o'clock
last night. The postofflce, Eli Dice's
grocery. Smith & McMillan's barber
shop, George Knelp's restaurant, Frank
Klrseh'a barber shop, Shuman's saloon,
C. D. Arnold's bakery, George Neuman's
clothing store, Charles Herman's
meat market Babcock's saloon,
Aaron Stausmeyer's meat mar
ket. Mat Spath's saloon, fruit store.
Swan's saloon. Ideal restaurant. Odd
Follows block, Schumaker's hardware
store. Dr. Johnson's house and barn and
Flicker's house and barn were totally
destroyed, together with contents. The
estimated loss is $200,000. Insurance was
Kebraska Day at Nash-rllle.
Nashville. Oct . Thp mini
Nebraska Day at the Tennessee centen
nial exposition yesterday was a notable
success. Thousands of people were
present every rearular and antvtnl train
being crowded. Hon. William J. Bryan.
tiovernor Holeomb and staff. Governor
Taylor and staff, prominent citizens of
Nebraska, Tennesssee and adjacent
states, formed a procession and paraded
to the exposition grounds. Bryan spoke
last night to a great crowd.
Friend of Silver at Work.
Manchester, Oct 9. The members of
the' royal exchange are memorializing
tne government to carry out Its pledge
to do all possible to secure a stable par
of exchange between cold and silver.
and suggesting a compromise between
the extreme views of both parties. Con
siderably over 1,000 signatures have al
ready been obtained to this memorial.
including the names of several mono-
Chicago Grain and Prodaeo.
Chicago, Oct 8.
Following were the quotations on the
Board of Trade today: Wheat Octo
ber, opened and closed nominal; De
cember, opened nc closed 9lc; May.
opened 91c, closed 90-c. Corn Octo
ber, opened and closed 27e; December,
opened 294c, closed 29c: May, opened
S3c. closed 32c. Oats October, opened
18ic, closed 186c; December, opened
and closed l$c; May, opened and closed
22je. Pork October, opened and clod
nominal: December, opened 17.77's,
closed $7.75; January, opened $8.75.
closed I8.67H. Lard October, opened
$4.20. closed nominal; December, opened
$4.25, closed $4.22"c; December, opened
$4.25, closed $4. 22.
Produce: Butter Extra creamery,
21c per lb; extra dairy, 19c; fresh
packing stock, lie. Egg Fresh
stock, 14c per dozen. Live Poultry
Turkeys. 7 10c per lb; chickens hens),
7e; sprig chickens, 8c; ducks. 8
He. Potatoes Northwestern. 3S(?f48c
per bu. Sweet Potatoes Jersey, $2.50
2.80 per bbL
Chicago Lin Stock.
Chicago, Oct. 8.
Hogs Estimated receipts for the day,
28,000; sales ranged at $2.303.85 for
pigs, $3.604.00 for light, $3.25g3.35 for
rough packing, $3.E53.95 for mixed, and
$3.403.(K for heavy packing and ship
ping lota Cattle Estimated receipts for
the day. 4.000; quotations ranged at $3.10
65.63 for choice to extra shipping steers,
$4.705.10 good tp choice do.. $4.40(34.80
fair to good, $3.8634.30 common to medi
um do.. $3.60fe4.25 butchers' steers, $3.15
63.90 stockers, $3.70434.40 feeders. $1.90
4.20 cows. $2.03(34.60 heifers, $2.25 4.25
bulls, oxen and stags, $2.903.90 Texas
steers. $3.3064.60 western rangers, and
$S.507.00 veal calves. Sheep ar.d Lambs
Estimated receipts for the day, 12.000;
quotations ranged at $2.90-3.5 west
erns. $2.80i3.40 Texans. $2.4064.05 ca
tives, and $i&06.50 lambs.
Wheat Firm: No. 1 northern. 89Hei
No- 2 pring 8c; .Pcejabec...ppmical.
Hay-Timoty. I7.50&BB 50; wild, BAMeS-iO.
Straw 4a WW.
Butter Fair to choief, 17c: freak erea-ner;,
Cottle Butcher pay for oora fed ateera.
pe; cowaaod he it era, 3ie; calves,
EX-SENATOR M'PHERSCN DEAD.
raited Starrs San-Uor IVom Kew Jerary tut
Two Terms Pants Away.
New York, Oct 9. John Roderick Ufw
Pherson, one time Demo-'ratlc leader in
New Jersey and United States senator
from that state from 1S77 until 1895, died
fate last night at Taylor's hotel, in Jer
sey City. Mr. McPherscn had been
staying at the hotel for over a month.
He had not been well for some time, be
ing sick with intestinal trouble. On
Tuesday last he was obliged to take to
bis bed. His condition was not alarming
until towards the last Last night heart
trouble set in as a complication and
the former senator's wife and daughter,
who had t .ne to VusIiincton some
days ago, wore telegraphed for. Mc
pherson sank rapidly and death re
sulted from r.cnrt failure.
HE TRICKED JAY GOULD.
Bow Jim Flak Checked Oct the Little
Han i Hank Account.
Gould kept a balance of some $30,000
in the Tenth Katioiial bank for his per
sonal account, household expenses, eta
Being called west on a mission that
lasted several weeks, he left his check
book locked in tho safe drawer, to which
Fisk had a key. In the offico was a
clever young clerk whom Fii-k had
caught in tho act of imitating his and
Gould's signatures, tho imitation of
Gould's being a facsimile. Within ou
hour after the wizard's deparraro check
book and clerk were together under
Fisk'8 supervision, and ot his instiga
tion more than a dozen blank checks
were signed with tho numo of Jay
Gould, and in tho course of a month
tho 30,000 bad disappeared, Fisk be
ing at that time in tho clutches of Josle
On tho very day of Gould's return
the bank sent a notice of overdraft The
little man nearly fainted. Ho had sev
eral Cti His excitement was intense.
He declared that there was a oonfpiracy
to ruin him. lie hastened to tho bank,
and they showed him the checks, signed
by himself they did not doubt, and ho
raved and tore his hair. Kor could ho
doubt tho signatura It was genuine,
even in his own eyes. A rigid Investiga
tion was started, which Fisk put an
end to by informing Gould, with many
a poke in the ribs, that ho had drawn
and used tho money.
"Did Fisk make good?" on innocent
asked when the story was told.
"Return the 30,000?" was the reply.
"It Fisk had returned it, Wall street
would have cried!" New York Press.
Threatened with n t'oul Famine.
Milwaukee, Oct. 9. Milwaukee is
threatened with a soft coal famine. In
order to meet present contracts local
dealers are borrowing from each other
with promires of returning the coal
when their individual supplies come in.
Any Druggist will sell you a
Bottle for a Dollar.
Read what W. B. T.DAVIS, a Washington
Druggist, says ;
I chenrfuUr add my testimony to the effieaey
of Antl-Nevritlgliic tu severe neunilKia. I Unve
been entirely cuiel, and liava used It In two
very severe cases, with a similar rcauX"
If the Druggist shouldn't have it,
we will send A bottle to any address,
charges prepaid, for One Dollar.
FRENCH CHEMICAL CO
are the most fatal of al
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slmHating IScTood find Reg ula -
the .St-imi-4n; and IVmrlg, ef
Tiesei and BcstXon tains ndrrcr
Opiuraloiphine nor TWwri
Apefrct Remedy rorCoasGpsv
v. stBtSiniSe Slilnsturc cf
Tha old rir au4 Tta-a-Mad
Lukz Prtsiptly Pd.
astas a l4w as say railaVa eaapau tea ateri .
Tear patiotiagala aollcifieA.
l'presenlln? smrng tlier tinie
trlcd and well known Fire Insur
ance Companies the following:
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BacarUy ; .ataw Earea,Gor
Office comer Eighteenth street and
Second avenue, tecond floor.
Sa1 building steno
Ashlar and tricraJn;?
For oho&pneiii, darabi'.Itj an 4
beauty excelled by none. This
stone does not wash or color the
wall with alkali, eta. Plans sent
os for estliUBtes wtU receive
csref oi attention and be returns!
promptly at cur expense.
Qnarrics IS idles from Bock
I-land on tue C, B. 4 Q. B. B.
Trains Nos. S and 10 will stop
tad let visitors off and ca.
Brl.;a stone, com crib
blcsks and foundation
stona any s!zo dsslred.
Samples of Stone and Faotcs ot
BaUdJegs esn he seen at Boo as
No. IS, UlteheU 4 Lrnde'sbnUd
Arthnr Bert all, nu&ager.
Rock Inland or CrlAntt lit
4V I fli fa I
7 "?XP J
BILLY CATTON S
White Seal saloon
1S15 Second Areans.
(IS ON THE
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if not a&U la kc'.k. ly.n1 .TU a mmlt
tj aaruilar alia aa tha eW a nnla caat la
fUMjasts Kead"azi "vlU answer eeary ts
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AV othva da'Jy. Talavhono iWt.
Snntay .toe Ire. a rxllmaa a'aapet will te at
La. lp! af ie 11 . ji wLie wUi kaeve es Caloa
KO at a;86 a. a. Miwdaf.
BCRUSOTOH ROCTB-43 B a O KAILr
.wrS,TOOt r,n euaaawa
treat, M Toons. Asanu
TBAXai. I taavs I anarv
tiprlnfUela, fdora,! I
liuin. na sfocniont'e fiStaa a f jspa
oa. Mx'n. via aocmont HBSeai f Ji an
Cblcairo, DtarUsc 4junu al j
injhwjne U t.40 aa S:9pa
Fauna, IKwroXowa, Bat- I '
linrinB a 'mi , . . 1 1 tHt bb til rm aa
t. Vaal Mlcnaawls e t so na. fio aa
tnta-Uae, Clliiton a DotMiaoa.t t:M pa t M mm
94. U. Kanaaa City, Ieear I
a l ac Coaft via (Hleaktgl tgS twn'e s a aa
L!jt. tDal l except SonAay,
""niOAao. arz.war.waa) m mm .
-Depot Twestlekh street, kotweea flan) aaa
Bvaoud tYBGBee, L. E. wiar. Aent.
'! acd Tpraas...
I t. Paul Brpraaa
Freifbt and Aonaawaodafa.
Dalij ezoeot wandar.
Dock Islastd a Pbokia Bailwat
R. ux-khooaa. 4eaL Tkt mm
naetara "The Trtika".
f ania a si Locls BlaU
Peoria Aceoia. igj - ,
CaMoaad Bhamwd Aeoaa..
, -J-. wrmum, V., B. a, r. tl
etna) nopot Sva ft) alnotea aar'tar than
5. t a rvine inaraas aaua, a:i
JJIAMOSD JO MMB TKM1BB
Tore Zleract Boat,
Sydney, Dabuque and Qnlncr.
For Bb Paul and tha north, Thkiaflaj aad Saav
or Bt. LoaU and the Souti, Taaada MtA TO-
fat all fnfonMflM n.!..,,. . m.
To the East via the
R. I. & P.
Pennr Btaaet Aaaea
ISO aaii ta
b Hock Tu od.
I ss am!
I to a
v m i m r na
Ll Rock Iaaad
Twentieth st Depot
II Si I
,10 S aa
I an I
THROUGH CAR SBRVIC3
Lines east of Peoria carry ImtomA
eoaeaae sod eleeplnf ears oa mkkX
trains to prUeiple ettiae. w