Newspaper Page Text
339 Twentieth St.
ttiaaesott rateat Floir, war
raate-f. m sack tl-JO
Graaalated Bar ar. 19 Meads
Buckwheat, New York, prsck
avy Betas, head pUked,
Scotch Ba, a jiaru
L'ort surea, per peeksge
tunk (iloM, J-puaa4 bos
Rolled Oat. 19 pounds
Crackers. Smle. poo a 4
Giapr Soap, a pcaad
New Hi ace Meet, a packsgo...
Dales, a poaad package
rraaee. frewCallforale, a pooad
7a. i aad
Ralstss.aew. a poaad
n roaches. a-poaal saas. 3
km laarnee. a eeas
Cora. 4 eeas....
loaatoee. bow, 3 eaaa
Salmoa, 1. poaad eaaa.
flckles. median, a gallon
Ptoklee. Gkorkiaa, a gallon
Rock Islaad Soap, 10 bars,
t f Soodlee. i packages.
rau jeuy, 13 poaad t
Tha Greatest Values
in Furniture Lines,
Without a doubt cur
stock as it ttrjidj to
day b the grandest
tttortmcnt of Furni
ture ever shown to
the buyers of this
vlchity. More new
coeds, more tew
styles, better qualities
and lower prices.
Our Parlor Goods
Our Fancy Rccltfrr,
our Couches, ?reolI
models of beauty,
built for service and
comfort We carry
the Dining Ckalr
stock of the tare:
cities, as we do on all
Dlotoff Room Fur
& Cap Co.,
HI. SIC ltd 329 Brady Stmt.
HARD AND SOFT COAL
E. 51. LAWHEAD,
1X17 CCAi Of TZ2 EUXX7
Telephone 13 10. 3170 Fifth Avenue.
DEATH ATTENDS PLAY.
8orrowO'erhangs the Home of
Mr. and Mrs. C. B.
THUS BOH GECSGE IS TAXH.
: Cmmwim mt Baytek freak
M Beaaol Vmmmt Away
Wee AhM IB A
mi cwbh ni n anas Ti
George, son of City Attorney and
lira. C R. Marshall, died at 8 o'clock
Wednesday evenlor at the family
lorn; 1102 Twenty-first street, under
eircamstaeees distressingly sad
Oae week before to a day. tteonro
bet with a mishap while on tbo olar-
Kroana at no. eOBOOl Dauaing.
- M . kf . . ....
amber or associates, while in
play, rushed up behind him and
CQthta him forward. The lid fell
evily oa his stomach and fees. It
wae fMt at once teat he was seriously
la in red. aad ha waa carried home.
and Drs. Barth aad Hollowbn.h. who
attcaaea am, pronounced the Injur
lee abdominal aad of a crave nature
ubi anaer tenacr nursing tha leers of
bio parents were auayea or his an
pareat recovery, aad TaeedaT he loft
a. 1 a. a . . .
bio poq ana piajea about the house
nedaeedar. howeTer, reaction set in
aad the physicians, briar haatll
tammosedfoaad that hemorrhaco
01 to siomocB Bau taten n'aca and
the at once abandoned hope. The
little fellow gradually sank nntil
death claimed the shining mark.
iteorro wae a Ters or ape. a sweets
faced, brlfht-eyed boy, of whom fond
parents mizbt well feel troud. finch
a fata for so promising a child ia in-
aeoa a (rrevious blow to those whose
hearts were wrapped np ia him. and
commaBiiye eympathy would
j earn to serre. If itcoull but aoothe.
r nqcral icrrlftta were eandnrted
by Rot. Dr. C. E. Tslor.of the First
uapuii caarcn. at the Marshall
home at 3 o'clock this afternoon, af
ter watch the remains were conveyed
to the MUwaokee dpot and scoom-
pnnied by the familf, uken on the
t 0 cioca train to Cordova, where the
:r.t?rniect waa sua.!.
Fancrsi services for Msiioa, infant
CtitUr of Ct Clerk and Ura A. II
4laeiot(. were held at the bereaved
borne cn Twentieth street at 2 p. m.
yesterday. Rev. W. S. MarqaU, of
the iiroedwey Freubvterun church,
omciatea. miorment was mnda at
Jonathan Atkinson died at 10 a.
m. yesterday at bia home, 611
First street, of Bright's disease, aeed
41 Tears. Ho Is survived by a wife
aaa six eauarea. Xbo fnaeral will
bo held at 2 p. m.' iJanday.
Tko Oraa BmIUI.
The Thanksgiving organ reoital at
inonroaaway rresnytsrian church
attracted a largo and hlehlv appre
ciative audience, both afternoon and
eveaing. yesterday. It waa given
by Albert F. M'Carrell, orsjvUst
aad masicsl director of the Sevnnd
rrtr.ytr!an church of Chica'D. The
lastromental renditions by Mr. Mc
Carroll were msgniSoent la execu
tion and rich ia volume. "The
uaoraa or Angela," by Clark, of
tne afternoon program.- was repeated
7 rrrpest as nigus, wntie be was
obliged to respond to an one ire to
his march from Leonora Symphony.
bjBaff. Thosa who assisted with
vocal selections were Miss Gertrude
VUvens, contralto: J. A. Johnson.
bsss; the Svea male quartet with Miss
Katherlna Gest, acrcmpanJst. It
was eao or the most thoroughly
oa joyed musloal evenu that Kock
Island has aver been favored with.
lew Aratoa Balto.
The best salve la tha world for
cats, braleee, aores, n leers, salt
rhenm, fever aoro's, tetter, chapped
heads, chilblains, corns aad all skia
eraptioas, aad positively euros piles,
or co pay required. It is gnaran.
toed to give perfect satisfaction or
money refunded. Price 25 cents per
b- For sale bj Harti ft Ulle
meyer. Weo t krVovrD
Beaver Dam, O., Aug. 77, 1895.
My daughter, after being treated
by lour dor tors, and being given up
tor lost, a neighbor recommended
Foley's KiJaej Cure. TodaT she is
able to walk several miles without
faUffue. I feel wo would have lost
her :f it was not for yoar medicrno.
BpecUuUj. Mia. J. M. Bailkv.
For rata by T. II. Tannuu.
Whoa bliloei or eootle eat a Caa-
Mct. ta1y eathartlp. cara caaraa--ei.
tnite. r u
jaWal oj aVMkav
AN ALLEGED DI8COVERY.
Attmnj iMiif fmy the AntU
In an Interview In yesterdav's
Aimes-ueraiaiataa Attorney bearle,
of this city, ia quoted at authority
for the statement that the Illinois
anti-trust law of 1891 Ia practically
rendered null and void by an amend
ment passed by the last legislature
aad approved June 11, last. He
says the amendment oa its face
appears to be of an innocent, if not
a commendable nature, bnt its effect
la held by him to be a bar to success
ful prosecution of any violator of the
aati-trust law. The state's attorney
made his investigation aad attend,
eat sesertion as tha result of his" con
nection with a suit in the county
court instituted by the Lycoming
ttttbber company to recover the full
amount charged for a biU of goods
01a so "gni Barber. Tha Ly
oomiag Rubber company is a mem.
ber of t e United Btatea Bubborcom
paay, 14 Is alleged. As stated ia
Wednesday's Altars. Wright A Bar
ber, in their defense, charged that
the United States Rubber company.
located In 2ew Tork Cl'v. has been
uiscriminating la favor of those of
its patrons who purchased larce
iocks; mat mere naa been unjust
aad unreasonable reduction in the
price 01 gooas 10 inese larire our-
s a . .
coasers, enauung tnem to retau their
goods at a much lower figure and thns
control the trade. Tha United States
ttanber company had granted this
discrimination In favor of a Daren,
port firm, which was advertising the
Bmo gooas as wngni & isarber at
prices so low that tho Rack Island
mm vuu'u bji compete wnnout a
loss. Adair rieasa-us. reDresentlnir
the plaintiffs, claimed that the ob-
lector the trust waa to increase
State's Attorney Saarle. of the de
fense, said he could not at first com
prehend the situation, as he had
board nothing of the wa?e combina
tion proviso, lie raid he Questioned
eight members of tho legietatare as
to .heir knowledge of tne law. and
each had ci pressed ignorance of it.
as tar as tney fcuew or could remca-
ber, he said, they told him it had
never been read in the legislaturo or
lucre is a stipulation in the law to
the effect that any agreement or con
tract entered into iu contravention
to the act shall be declared cull and
void, and another immediately fol
lowing provides that aay firm mak
ing a puichace ana:! not be held food
for any goods, merchandise or ttroD-
erty bought. "Upon casual reading,
this amendment would appear to be
favorable to the wage-workers." Mr.
Searle said, "but in realltv it ia one
of the most pernicious effects, of tbebe
rauroaa combines and all sorts of
trusts. It is the stifline of legiti
mate competition by favorln? oar-
ticular persons at the expense of
others in the a&mo line of business."
Hon. William MoEnlry, represent
ative in the general assembly, waa
surprised at the statement made by
Mr. Searlo. It would teem natural
that tho state's attoraoy should have
inquired of Mr. McEniry with ref
erence to the law; but he did not.
baid Mr. McLniry to an Akgcs
I hsve a distinct recollection of
tho bill being before the judiciary
committee, of which I was a member.
and the point made by Mr. Searle
w ey t be hill is practically inoncra.
tive waa fully discussed, "it was the
general opinicn of the committee
that tha proviso ia tho bill did not
materially change the law. The in-
teatisa was to provide that mine
operators or other manufacturers
might combine when the purpose
of tho combination was aolelv for
maintaining or incrcasinr wscres. and
if a charge was made against a com
bination for violations of the law. in
order to take advantago of the ezcep
11.. 1 . 1 . . . .
mub in tne provision, me aoreudants
would be . compelled to show that
their combination existed lor the sole
purpose of maintaining and inereas
leg wages ct employes. The bill was
discussed at length on the floor of
ine nouae, ana was passed bv tho
members with full knowledge of Hi
-" Tke Swpttaa of au.
Jsmea Jones, of tho drncr firm nf
Jones Son, Cowden, 111., in sneak.
ing of Dr. King's Now Discovery,
says that last winter his wife waa au
tackd with la grippe, and her case
grew so serious that physicians at
Cowden aad Tana could do nothing
for ber. it seemed to develop into
hasty consumption. Having Dr.
King's New Discovery ia store, and
solUag lots of it, he took a bottle
borne, aad to the aumriso of all h
began to get better lrom the first
dose, and a half dozen dollar bottles
cured her sound and well. Dr.
King's New Discovery for consumo-
tion, coughs aad Colds, is eruaxaatefcd
to do this good work. Try it. Free
trial bottlea at Harta A Ullamever'a
Cry AiiMa - Mn
A powder to bo shaken into tbo
snoflo. At this season your feet feel
swollea aad hot, and get tired eas
ily. If yon have smarting feet or
tight shoes, try Allen's Foot-Ease.
It cools tho feet aud makes walking
easy. Cares and prevents owoolea
and sweating feet, blisters ant cal
lous apota. Relieves noma aac ban
ions of all paia aad gives rest aad
comfort. Try it today. Sold by all
druggists aad ahoo atorea for 25
eeata. Trial packages Free. Ad.
dress Allen S Olmsted, Lo Roy,
PBIDAT. HOTEaHER- 26 IG3T,
I 'awusehents. ""I
The raust Bros.' bell ringers and
vaudeville attraction closed its en.
gagement at Harper's theatre with
two performances yesterday. Tha
company, which has given such ex
cellent satisfaction during the week,
occasioned much disappointment in
the nature of its entertainment yes
terday, two of its best features, as
far as pantomime is concerned, those
which would have been the most
pleasing to tho children in the after,
noon ia particular, being omitted,
and an exoeedingly awkward magi.
clan being substituted.
ine isle of Champagne," which
was eabmerged some time ago. not
in champagne, bnt in legal difficul
ties about the royalty, has reap
peared ia more than its pristine
glory. Richard Golden and K&ther
ine Gcriuaine, the co-stars, have
been unanimously successful aad
the supporting company of 60 ia en
tirely adequate. Mr. Golden' langh
is infectiously jolly aad hia talents
as a comedlau have gained him
large ciieniene. miss uermaine is
well known as a sweet siager and
charming actress. From the stara
to the smallest detail of stage en
vironment everything is said to be
now and beautiful. The company is
not only large, but unusually good.
anu tne opera snouia nave a run of
several years to the amnsementof
the public and the enrichment of its
proauocrs. me Aew xork success
was most pronounced and press and
public declared it tho most perfect
ana amusing production on a Broad
way stage for several toasona. "The
Ile of Champagne" will be seen Sat-
raay evening at the Burtis.
DID BEHRENS SUIClDfc?
Uefeaee Verttiar Strmctbeaa It Clft!mf
The defense in the Behrens murder
trial at Davenporl further strength
enea its claims Wednesday that the
dead man committed suicide. A
new witness was introduced in the
peraon of Henry. Langwerth. a vet
erinary surgeon living in the neigh
bornood or tbe Behrens home. He
said the day before Behrens died he
called at his barn where he was en
gaged in attending to his horses
Behrens, he said, appeared very des-
poncens. mere was a package of
Paris green oa a table. Behrens
asked what the pack ace contained.
tiangwerth saya he told him. Then
Behrena buried his face in his hands
and began ts sob. He cheered
uebrens, and they went to a saloon
and had several drinks, after which
they went to their respective homes.
Langwortn ca goiog to his barn the
next day found the Paris green pack
age naa oeuii opened and about two
lawotpoonsful of its contents taken
ine derense deolarea that this u
whore Claus Pehrens eot the noison.
ana inqi ne ennp bis own life, and
waa not murdered by bis wife as a
a -. . . ..."
result of a conspiracy with Henrv
Bendt, of Scuth Rock Island, of
whom the women was enamored.
Dr. J. De Silva. of this citv. and
Dr. A. A. Vibben. of tho Iowa State
university, were placed on the stand
by the defense as experts to identify
the thumb prints on the alleged note
left by Claus Behrens, in which he
confessed destroying himself and bid
farewell to his family. Both experts
said the prints were those of Clans
Deaf Telia m Spit Bad Maofca 9mm
If yon want to colt tobaoso nsinc
easily and forever, bo made well.
itrorg, magnetic full o! new life and
vigor, take No-To-Eao, the wonder
worker that makes weak men strong.
Many rain toa pounds in ten dexa.
Ovor 400,000 cared. Buy No-To-Bso
ironi your own aruggist, who will
guarantee a oure. Booklets and sam
ples mailed froe. Address Sterling
UCU.CUJ uuiapaoy, unioago or Hew
It Htta Ua Upou
When Buffering from a severe cold
and your throat and luegs feel sore,
take a dose of Foley'a Hoaey and Tar,
when the soreness will be at once re
lieved, a warm grateful feeling aad
healing of the parts affected will be
experienced and you will aay: "It
feels ao good. It bits the spot." It
la guaranteed. For aalc by T. H.
Cascarets C.ndj Cithartlo, the
moat wonderful medical discovery cf
tho ago, pleasant and refreshing to
the taste, act gently and positively
cn the bowels, cleansing the entire
system, dispel colds, oure hendnoba,
fever, habitual constipation and MI
iou6ru.es. Please buy hnd trv hos
of C.C. V- torfay; 10. 25. 50 omM.
Sold and rnaranto! t- -n-e h 'i
9vr Om nrty loan
Mrs. Window's Soothing Syrup has
been used for children teething. It
soothes the Child, softens the gums,
allays all pain, oares wind colio, and
a the best remedy or diarrhoea.
Twenty-five cents a bottle. 1
Thousands suffer from catarrh or
co hi ia tho head aad have never tried
the popular remedv. Thpm ia nn
lonjpr any excuse, as a 10 cent trial
siae 01 .y's Cream Balm can be bad
of your druggist or we mail it for 10
cents. Full size 50 cent.
66 Warren Street. Sew York City.
A friend advised me to trv e:y'
Cream Balm, and after using it six
weeks I believe myself cured of ca
tarrh. It ia a most valuable remedy.
Josenh Stewart. R9i Rr.n4 in....
'Brooklya.N. Y. , '
Breezy Bate of Kewey Hot-gets About
the raver Ka of tha Ceaaty.
Joslin, Nov. 23. Newton White
will work for James Donahoo the
'The eheeae factory at Colona make
cneeae now every other day.
Leafy Bower school opened last
Monday with Miss Emma Schafer as
alias Mora Schafer is teaching
1. 1 2 .L. Ti ... . 9
duuuui ia tne roarsau district, near
Tho Znma school opened Monday
last with Charles Berry, of Ohio, aa
The Znma Epworth league will
give an oyster supper Thankseiviae
eve at J. Donahoo'a.
Frank Golden left for California
Nov. 22, going first to Beardstown.
thence to Portland, Ore., thence to
Alias Lucie Payne, daughter of
Hon. . William Payne, has returned
home from a 2-weeks' visit with
mends la Bock Inland.
The revival meetings at Hillsdale,
conducted by Rev. E. J. Thompson,
of Pert Byroa, and Mus Madge
A'ams, are still ia progress.
The shareholders of the Rose Hill
creamery have decided to buUd a
new residence for Frank Tsulbee, the
batter maker, which will be 22x21.
There are about 2,000 bushels of
coal already dug at the Aldredge
bank, but tho pile ia being lessened
very fast. There are aa many as 40 or
50 team coming for coal daily.
Mr. Ingram, who rents Ed Mo
Murphy's farm, was through picking
corn about a week ago. He reports
his cora a fair average crop for the
season, and he and hia daughter have
picked the whole SO aores.
Farming sometimes seems to yield
only panics, where other pureuits
bring dollars, but it ia a business
which makes all other business jin
gle. The country prospers whoa the
farmers prosper. When farm pro
ducts are low, the farmer has little
Rose Hill creamery took la 80,190
pounds oi milk in the month of Oc
tobcr. from which was made 4,0-1
pounds of butter. The creamery's
. . . . i . .
nvcrnK" test lor tne monin was 4 40,
which netted to the patrons 18 1-10
cents per pouna.
ine distance from Liverpool to
L.ondon, fcapland, is 201 miles. Oa
each aide cf the railroad further than
the eye oan reach, the most splendid
aou ucautunuy cultivated farms pre
sent themselves. All these farms be-
long to six men. And do you know
that subjects of Great Britain have
titles to over 20,000,000 acres of land
in this country? - Non-residenta.
Ohio Fell In Line.
Ohio joined All the States
to the East and Is
Pushing the Good
Thousands of the Buck eve stata'a
beat citizena have been proclaiming
tor over twelve months in all the
Ubio dally papers, what residents of
tne older Btatea .to the oasfeof Ohio
had been proclaiming for years At
sret it created considerable excite
ment aud residents of eaoh city and
town uecame anxious and curious to
know who would be the next as the
testimony from representative citi
zens waa daily publiahed in the local
papers, w eek after week went bv
and and the good people of Ohio set-
tiea aown to tne lact tbat what their
neighbors ead muat be true: that
local testimony and statements from
people they knew must be reliable.
it will be the same in Indiana about
tne preparation endorsed by Judge
Clara, cf London, Ohio.
VVhat waa appreciated bvthenublio
in Ohio and other atates in the anion;
what waa carefully read by the resi
dents oi every town and village from
the Atlantic westward cannot fail in
Indiana; looai testimony for every
place like Judge Clark'a, of London,
tor Liondon people ia bound to force
tne result. The mdere aavs:
Prior to four veara apo I had
i .. ... . . . rt
neen siignuy troubled with symptoms
of inflammation of the kidneys. I
attributed it to sedentary employ
meat and paid little attention to it.
Shortly afterward I was completely
prostrated. I had an attack of the then
prevalent epidemic, eripoe. which
affected my whole system. When I
naa in a measure recovered from
the-idsmediate consequences of mv
sickness, I found that my kidneys
bad been left in a weak condition.
At limes the accretions were verv
profuse, at another scanty, high col
oied aaddUtresain?. Whenever the
kidneys were sluggishly inciioed
there was bloating ia the limbs and
severe pain across the back. It went
nloag icr'years during which I suf
fered indescribably. Last spring
189G, I learned from a druggist about
Daan's Kidney PiUs and -1 obtained
a box and commenced their use. I
immediately noticed an improved
action of the kidneys and I felt
dated. Altogether I xtfed three
boxes and tLc kiduevs now act regu
larly and normally, and my bark
doea sot pain me. I feci better thaa
I have for years."
Doau's Kidney Tills are for kMa
by all dealer. Price AO coats.
Mailed by Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo.
.,bois agents for the United
Remember tho name Doaa'a and
take qo other.
Fot-sale by Marshall a Fuher-
ll - 1
WILL ADD TO
We have dozens
low you all can afford
Remember our prices are
it will pay you to trade here.
W. S. HOLBROOK
103, 105, 107 E. Second Street,
When in Doubt.
Healtli is Life's
Our Kectrle M&etilne for
tho treatment nf Nervosa
X Bay wort.
la Chronic, Homos, Private and Surgical Diseases of Both Bona.
Consultation Free. Prompt and Permanont Cures
CATARRH Bronchitis, Asthma, Early Consumption, Rheumatism. Keu.
ralgia, Dygpepeia, Scrofula, tjhHit and all blood, liter aad kidney dtMatea.
WOMEN Saflering from diseases of the womb, ovarios, bladdor, kidneys
, ncrvoin ttxhanttton. palpltaiioa of the heart, dyspepila or anv dlaeam Mcollar to tha .
slieald call oa the gnat qwdaltet aad ret an opinion on their case Ante of caarg.,
ELECTRICITY Scientifically applied, nervous debility, piles, exhaustive
dntae.nlrtt lotMS, defective BMnwry, threatened taaaalty, loot .f vol power, bmbu! de-
luilon, leepleeuesf, etc. w
VARICOCELE Ia the most active oause of nervous debility. Why treat
"' .with other, when we gnannue roa a permanent tare id seven days by onr naisleai
method? Hydrocele eared In three dum-ao Data. iuuc
THE PRAISES WE HAVE RECEIVED For our remarkable skill in carlsg
cmc. Riven np hopeleM by all, aaa compelled as lo u. tala maun In order to grte tbe i o-
unitable .kill in the art of innrary,
mm u openiie.
r"3 "r,"": i"". oeneoi oi our anowiedm or aietliuic and
" v wuiuiH w vymvmu
jueuyproadoltbeaaUyconrrratalauon.weraeHT.flTm (or u,,
anced medu.aland rargtcal literatar hav. written. ON LY CUR AbL K CASKS TABBN.
CniCAGO liEDIC AL IUSTITUTB Iw,.811
Five Per Cent Paid oa Deposits.
Money Loaned on Personal Collateral or Seal Estate Beourlty.
J X Boferd, FrerMeat
John orabasgh. Vie. Praddeat.
Beeo buhiaei Jaw a, lSSB. and ocean no
And when It shows
"signs of irregularity
take it to
Woltian, the toek
A well selected stock
of Jewelry always on
hand at "live and let
live- prices. High
In repairing at reason
1805 Soooad Ay
GET THE BEST
All Work Guaranteed-
of them and prices so
to have one.
the lowest and
Consult the Beat.
Dr. J. E, Walsh,
late of Chicago. fDimart?
burst oc-in Clout cf El
Uost Successful Specialist
uwan welrone to
kill, and w. fed
i.ur uowicoifo aca aoow onr
Incorporated Under tha
McCoy's New European Hotel
COR. CURE ARR VAR RORER ITS.
Oaw Uoefev from C St. g. & P. mmm
BoH.dc yi, BV taliroa4 4ewb
Improvements costing f 7S.Ooo.00 have
just been completed, and the home now
offers every convenience to be found in any
hotel, including hot and cold water, electnc
light and steam heat in every room. .
Rates 75 cents per day and upwards.
First class restaurant in connection.
WILLIAM McCOY, Owner aed Proprietor.
uifKUrer. of Sua AadtH CWiofvsrl
Doom and SB . forQafldeaj
Siding, Flooring", Waiaaooaaiag;
1603 THIRD AVEBUE
8tk Street bat. 4th aad lib Avasjuo