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ROOK ISLAM) ARQJJi
V0i:XLVL CO. 49.
BOGS I8LABD, ILL, TUESDAY, DECE&fBEB 14 1897.
FSICX THB1B CZT2TI,
t National Assembly Is Now In
Suion at tht Capital
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r th,it th h..in I mrl
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tin ivntr.tlnln any of ur MMw nrk
rra r"m (Iih-Itmc a cv.nern KmiU tn
liNir'a Int.'ivdt en nnr nrfatf Itat. t.
antl..n ra nv..' that spun any Wl't
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thin rhnrvt-r. ati.-r nt.itia iv nam
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lnamhrrhp if rij in! ri-ri'rr.nwn.M
an lnfrna i.f th. t"f r t:a. O n
fra arn.-iin.. th rwrnillfn. Th
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I n TR HI r 1 THE Miiua.
RmIim-Himm Thrtt Will rw MW ha rail
til iirwHiH ya''"t
rail l;trr. J'4. Iii-. II. It Is
dim.. I th.it thf msnuf.K tnrTra" r"m
mittfa whhh h.t h.iri: tf thr J. tai'.i
f th trailing rlurf. i.f
of m.;l irMtiva al.l
rwommvnj that lh raUiUa if thr
tr-n!urrr h rrilnTl in t t n-r r
M.rt!n a th if th mil..jr,
an-l "f lh f"mmltr h i
aarrril t. I rint atut thta rr.lu.-t.r lr
th a.lmln'mrarha nat In h'a nn mill.
Th n n-.mlttiH al iIihUi'.I that all
nrrrarrra anl othrra !! noually In
rlu.lnl In rat-il.'wna ah- ni.! ci'm nn l.T
Rayal aMkaa t taatf pmn,
th r,rdrr. Th ratw fur wravlnc a cut
t rlnt tloth will t rlurd from H to
K rtr.ta, and In drpartmrnta -hre the
let y la rrlvJ tte full cut of II
lr ernt. HI & br made. The rm
mitta aln arrrl that a ml of 10 jr
rent. aa aa much aa the oiratlvra
muIJ bear. In view of the curtailment of
the rrcxlurtion of Fall lUvtr mllla dur
Init the rM year.
Nutkes ,f the t4uct!or.a will te
treated In the tntlla t.xlay or tomorrow,
tat th d-tl!a of the new at hedule ill
fiit be alTtn out until a day or two
later. If the oerativea ak fT a r n-f'Tr.-
th committee will rerommend
thit It K iTint.i but an atlJreaa-at
U!kd of at Cm: will r. t be rre
iard unleaa aomethlnc rrw ahould Oe-
yr. to rail It It. The committee la
nanlmooaly In favor cf Including
Terydy onnertod with the mllla In
the reIutln. anJ a!ao In oppovlnir a
atrlke In every y rwlblo; rtnre. If
the mllla aliould b cl eil, compctitori
would obtain a art at advantage. ,
Perretary c"l,inrll. of the n.lnnrra
anion, baa relKl a vhenient U-tter
from Hubert Howard, of Boston, for-
rr.ar aerrrta'T rf the union. In which be
aa: "In readtna: over the name of the
cnnimltte of th m.vnufat turrs who
are ft draft th details of the rut-down
a IV J d" ! hov It la to I InfUrtcd. I
rtotka aeven Mmn .f aepnts amtinf
tlv-fn hre cml lned rwtari.- amount
t T".M a ymr, or nearly ll.ot a week.
A aartKri .f 19 r-r cent. In thfe aal-
arle would be rtj-ilva!nt to reduction
of 13 wcavrra at per week. I bclle-e
It wonld be a wise and proper course
to I'UfKue ft cll a natloral convention
THE STATE LAW MAKERS.
aawraaa Hi IK talrjdaaad la the S-a-
Sprlnrfield. I!l.,Ueo. 14 - The home
lilt pasted appropriating 60.00t? tjt
th Soldier' and failora' home
el Qaincj. reveral bills were intro
duced la the aerate incladlDe tie
primer election bill, two rerent e
tllli and the aetroprlitnn police bil',
til of hUh have keen publishtd.
. the McKlBUya raatr.L
Can ton. Dee. II All baslnesi
aobmi and pablie tflicei and ichoole
doted th!e afternoon during the
boon of the funeral of Mother Mr.
Kitler. The wrath r was trloomj,
and it rained all niirht. also
icdar. The Hrt Mtthodi.t church.
where the services were held,
was unable ti contain more than a
fractlnn of those within? to be prcs
ent. Wagons were lotted with
floral tributes from both the citr anl
abroad. lr. Munrbeiter's sermon
was an e!oqont tribute to her
motherhood, wifehood and woman
hood. The numbers cf lbs cabinet
and their wires trrlvt d by special
train this roortinjj and will return
to Wahlujjton this evening accom
panied bj the pre ilient and his wife.
He4 rira to riaa lvla
Dart ea. Pa.. Doc II The bust-
aess portion of the town was nearly
usirrjed tij Gre U1 mcbt. Bine
itctss and four dwe llinc leinjr con.
tamed. The tons is 7iCC0. W. H.
Law. mine auieriotecdent. was
birnrd to dealb; Johu ratantin,
town clerk. Is miijicg. and It is sap-
notea ais douj is la the stbes.
Marled Ike lire ultfc Cnal OIL
rtra'lf.icd. I4u IVc. 11. At Augu.otln.
a rra:i luml-rlnir toan nsr the lin
hetarrn Warrrn anl l.lk rountlia, yea
I'f.lvy thrre rhIMrin we bume.1 t.
d ath. lr. John rrclr. k. a renid- nt
of th Urc. arolM aUut 5 o'llmk to
rart the h:-fc- n Are. Fhe u.-cl ki-n-.
ne 4L The hu and Ita r ntnts
arre d.tr.ye. and three chl'.lr.-n
l.umr.1 tod. ith. Mm. Frlrl. k r.-sH-ucd
an Infant wh!ih Laity lum.-l
that it i.i.iy di. The wonmn horsvlf
a a.Tl ti?:y burn-d.
WM wiHll.lre with Ike rnldnt.
Cantor. O. Ivr. II -iTi-l.lmt Fanre.
cf Vr n e : the Ann ilun atnl;k.-ui.rj
a'riad and I'nit.d Mat. c.nu.; th?
aT.l.araJ..ra of othi r ntintrl. a Fta-
t.-.m-d at Wa-I.lnrti n; govern-m of
rtat.a, )u.:r.a. I'mtrd States n-natora.
Tvrm ntatlrra nrd oth.T ul :i- .m-
c!il: i;rnl Army t--Ms. and friends
by the th.'ii.-.ir..l fr- tn a'.l rarta of the
rll?lzi-l w.'ild have si-nt expressions of
their syrrrathy to thr hom .f the de
parted m ther of the !rt.tiutnt of the
L'Mtrd ttati s.
IIIImU I.cm Wheat.
Frnncfl.-M. II's.. I-e. H U. rt to
the state t ar.l of aarl.-ult urt- of date
lc. 1. rhow on of th amalWt areas
f n!r wheat ever rowed In the
stte. the tot! aereace IMiiled beln
estin.ateU at l.4Xi aorrs, a di Scienry
of ains. or 12 per cent, com
pared with last year's arrcaa.'. Th
ra devoted t corn tWs yt-ar was 7.-c'd.-VO
aeri-s. the laraest since the
total yield beta r.j n.ooo l ushels.
M laer aanl Oprralor to Meet
rtttsbttrp. Ivx'. 11 A meeting of real
operators of the I"ltt.lurK dlstrlit will
be held here next 11 .nlay to prepare
ptars for the J. Int wac conference of
fferalora ar.d miner n the follow Inn
day. A r.umber if operatf.rs were
spoken to relative to the mfnlne, rate
f . r 1W. All are unanimous In the opin
ion that It 111 be Itnpesf IMe to advance
tte mlnlnc rate.
sMrsfM-tlmi la Th Item.
Clilcas'. Pec. 14. Fbyrldans at the
cenrty hospital far rvilee Offlecr Wlil-
) lam Couithlin.of the Klnrr.an street sta
, tlen. who was shot Sunday while try'-ng
to arrest Frank llail. wkl. w in recover.
Ilia assailant, who was also wounded,
, b.iwcver, cannot eurvlve.
Caaa4a to rroklkil Kadaraare TeXa.
Ottawa. inu tec. U. The I -minion
raNnt wl.l ronsMler a in.tNal to
amd the criminal code so as to pro
I kiMt continuous bieyele ri-e. Last
wcek'a New Turk race la the cause of
the t pros. Hon o tuih ti'erts In Canada.
FIGHT TO THE FIK1SH.
Only Thing That Will Satisfy
the Cuban Rebel Leader,
HE ISSUES AlfOTEES PB0CLAUATI03
lUJectlnc Aaythlas That ftpala Can OfTrr
Cierpl Independence of the Pearl of the
Astillr DeeUrr That All He Want It
Time, Wlakh He Says Will nrluR Ba
aaarre HanKullly Denies That Urn fa
Working for I'raer.
Kew York. Dec. 14. T. Estrada
ralrria. representative of the Cuban pro
visional government, yesterday re
ceived from General Maximo Gomri
a copy of a proclamation he has re
cently tailed, rejecting autonomy. The
document, which Is addressed to th
army of liberation, reads:
Patriot solders, who are flshWntr for
the emancipation of the Cuban people:
Ocncral Iilanco, the sulwtitute of the
blood-thirsty Weyler. who despises and
threatens us. comes to establish new
features In this war. He says so In his
proclamation to the country and to the
army, but we do not require to make
change, and the war will be carried on
by us Just the same as we commenced
It. sime all my circulars are In accord
ance with civilized warfare. Everythina;
t)ib thesis the enemy must b destroyed
and everything that seems to harrass
him must be accomplished. This Is our
Our purposes have been well defined
and sulllciently proclaimed to the world.
We aim at the independence of our
country. Cuba for the Cubans. Amer
ica for the Americans. To attain these
high and honoraMe rsu4ts we rely on
our pledged honor, the possession of the
Island nnd the lapse of time. Resources
to carry on the struggle will spring
forth from cur resistance. The hopes of
Hi aln to subdue us are already blasted.
Ocncral Blanco represents her last and
ftuiRnllly llrnle a Sensation.
A prominent Cuban last night received
the following dispatch from General
Julio Panguilly. dated Philadelphia:
'Tlease deny the false and absurd re
ports of my having offered my services
to General ICanco or to the Spanish
government; it is an hifamous lie." At
the Cuban Junta headquarters and from
other sources, so it was retorted here,
Pangullly'a loyalty to the Cuban cause
had been suspected for some time, and
his rcportud notion of offering his ser-vli-es
unconditionally to General Blanco
was by no means a surprise. Delegate
Tomas Estrada, Palma. however, speak
ing for publication, said that he could
hardly lielieve that SaiRUilly had capi
talated. but that he did not attach
much Itrportance to the report eveinP
true. A Culian merchat prominent
amonit the revolutionist in this cfty
raid that Saniiuilly was not l!ke?y to ro
over acaln within the insurgent lines,
and that whatever action he had taken
would have no effect upon the Insur
ant leaders stUl la th field.
Krportu from tymnUh Sources.
Havana, Dec. 14. During a recent en
gagement nt Cuiman, on the south
ci ssi. the Insurgent leader Colhuo was
wounded. Yesterday ten armed insur-
Kiins Furrenoerea mere. lnirlng a
skirmish on the Illver Fecn, near
uir.es. this province, the well-known
Insurgent leader Pttirre waa killed, to
gether with a lieutenant and two pri
vates. Th- Insurgent Colonel Antonio
Iypcs Perez surrendered several days
ag in the province of Santa Clara.
Marrhnl I'.lanco and Per.or Jose Con-
gi-sto, re-retary general of 'Cobe. called
uj.on Consul General Fitxhugh Iee yes
terday and t nUrd their condolences
on the death of the mother cf President
Grieving Mather Follows Her Daughter.
Indianapolis. Dec. 14. Mrs. Huffman,
wife of a illg Four railroad employe at
Ibiqhtwood. attempted to commit sui
cide by swallowing carbolic acid. Yes
terday her condition was suih as to
give hopes for her recc.verw A fete
w.eks n?o her daughter Etta Huffman
Kiiieti nescir pythe use of the same acid.
The daughter's lover, a young man
named Phillips, had shot himself to
ccatn. an.l tMs was assigned as the rea
son for the girl's act. It is supxsed
that grief over the tragic death of her
daughter caused Mrs. Huffman to tuke
her own llf.
AMignurut of Ucnry I'robaoco.
Cincinnati. lh-c. 14. r.nu nt ih.
slanting assignments is that of Henry
iTooasco. mane yetenJay. Proba.sco
hns b-n retired from business for more
than thirty years, and has been living
in cn of the most elegant and costly
nomea in in stiDuriis of Cincinnati. H
nas assigned to eth C. Foster. The
assets are put down at littJ.OOO and the
naoiiiiies SI JIW.OOO.
lasaranr Cmirern In Trouble.
Ietrolt. Dec. II. State Insurance
CmmLsloner Mllo D. CnmptU last
nlcjit ordered the appointment of a re
ceiver for the Mutual Fire Insurance
company, limited, which concern Pamn
bell claims is not only Insolvent but bos
oeen violating the law under which 1
wa organise,!. Half Its risks, the com
missioner says, were not authorized
Totle'a Shortage I Known, However.
Mascoutah. Ills, Dec. 14. The short
age of W. I. T.ille. the missing treas
urer or the Itcllcvllle Loan association,
is sam to te something over 110.000. A
Baltimore company isonhis bond forti
W) tnd the balance will be made up by
tne dinctors of the loan association.
Tulle's whereabouts ore still unknown.
Something That llappracd in Florida.
Key Went. Fla.. Dev. 14 Tr j Span
lards of San Antonio had a ball to cele
brate an ainiversary. Juan Ielgado
ami a force of Cubans attacked the
town while the ball was In progress.
and the Spaniards fled in full panic
taking their faoiilies home thus ending
BRYAN RECEIVED WITH CHEERS. I
Has a Grand Welcome at the Capital of the
City of Mexico. Dee. 14. William J.
P.ryan and party arrived here over the
Mexican National railway from Toluca,
the capital of the state of Mexico et
:30 last nlcht. and a great crowd cf
Americans and Mexicans was anaitlns
the arrival of the distinguished political
leader. Colonel Garcia. of President
Diaz' staff. In full uniform, greeted and
welcomed Bryan in the name of the
chief magistrate and escorted him to
the president's private carriage. The
famous Twenty-seventh regiment was
stationed on the platform.
Enthusiarm was frrent nmnr
many Americans present, and cheers
and tigers for Brvan rent IS n!r arA
loud calls were made for a speech, but
le refused to talk, and again he was
heered. Mrs. Brvan comlnir In for her
share of the applause. Nothing like
last night's demonstration ha3 ever
been seen hpre. President Mini has
given orders that Bryan shall be con
sidered as a specially honored guest.
ECKELS ON CURRENCY REFORM.
Thinks the President's recommendation
Very Good So Far as They Go.
St. Iaiu's. Dec. 11. Coniptro'.ler of
the Currency Eckels, when asked If he
agreed with the recommnndatior.s as to
currency made by President McKinlev
n his recer.t message to congress, raid:
"I think they are very good so far as
they go. He does not go far enough, In
my opinion, when he says certain thing
ought to be done, if possible. Things
that ought to be done should be done,
and especially when they so vitally
touch tho country's business life. The
president admits that the $J40.C0oi00'J
greenbacks ar.d $12.00000 Phormun le
gal tenders should be taken up and
would. I dare say, like to see It done:
but It is a conditional problem with him.
Those r.otcs ore simply a debt and the
only way to get rid of a debt is to pay
"How would you pay soh a vast sum
at one time?"
'I would issue long term 2'4 per cent.
gold bonds and call those tenders in.
Then these Issues could be made gold
'Will congress take any decisive ac
tion on the currency queslon?"
"Sentiment in favor of Us doing so la
growing nt Washington, and 1 think
the result will tie some kind of action
along the line of the president's sug
gestions." 'Will the Dlngley bill produce enough
revenue to pay current expenses?"
'All tariff bills are problematical. So
far the bill has not been the success
predicted for It, but as times improve
tho revenues will Increase and it may
produce better results."
Prnpowl Mflonary Conference.
TJoston. Dec. 14. A litter from a
committee representing thy Foreign
Missionary Societies of America, ad-
iUtfjejl to the secretaries of the Protes
tant Foreign Missionary Societies of
Great Britain and the continent of Eu
rope, soliciting an expression of their
views as to the desirability of conven
ing an ecumenical foreign missionary
conference (similar in aim and charac
ter to the world's mls.-ionary conference
at London In 1W) in the city of New
York In April, lSt'0. and their readiness
to co-oerate In such a conference has
met with a general and favorable re
sponse. nect Sugar Company for Michigan.
Lansing, Mich., Dec. 14. Articles c
association of the Michigan Sugar com
pany, of Bay City, have been filed with
the secretary of state. This Is the first
company to organize io the state for the
manufacture of beet sugar and it Is t!
result of careful and extended investi
gation on the pnrt of the projectors. Ti.e
incorporators comprise many of the
most prominent and wealthy business
men of Bay City. Th'oma, Cranage bt
1ns president and Spencer O. Fishervlce
Is a Snorer a Muisanee In Ijw f
Garden City, Kan., Dec. 14. EdHor J.
J. Miller, of the Ssnta Fe Monitor, pro
poses to test the question in the courts
of whether a railroad corporation is
liable for damages by permitting a
passenger to snore all night and thus
keep awake all the other passengers.
The case grows Vut of the experience
Miller had with Sheriff Bills, who. it is
alleged, snored in such tres as to pre
vent all the other passengers on the
east-bound Santa Fe train from sleep-
I a ihlWa a ruiua balm.
The beat salve in the world for
cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, suit
rheum, fever sores, Utter, chapped
hands, chilblains, corns and all skin
eruptions, and poMtivoly cuies piles,
or no D&V reuuired. It is uaran.
ieea to give Djriect ami suction or
monev refunood. Price. 2n c mis nor
box. tot sale bj liartz & Ulie-
Arnold's Bromo Oiery cares head
achce; 10. 25 and 50 cents. Reiss
NATIONAL PROGRESSIVE I
'J aattamtalSlUSl A BBX . (S
3151 tM UF MtlUUlNt.
Davenport Health Institute f
Specialties: ltZZX I
rwd. M-whrh.. lk.' ll-n. an k. '
StaX. U,-f. Htm Itumim aa Haul
It Nt, a4
m, S-nfl -t. i. ft mp7 u 4lcal
'5 aiaaiv. vita am n wmial aiw 0
) Mto" aa nail nn. (a
403 ., L OaveapafVlaa.
No place like the big store for res! bargains in clothing? Ask your
neighbors where they get the best values for their money 1 They
are sure to say. by all means, trade at the LONDON. "You
know us," We undersell them all. If it was not for this store
you would be paying way-up prices for your clothing. We are de
stroyers cf high prices. Look out for blizzards. Our Overcoats
are built to give warmth.
$10.00 Beaver Overcoats in JV7 QQ.
black, blue and brown, only. . Cp I C.U
See our Zero Ulster, just the
thing for blizzards, worth $20, g QQ
For the best Kersey Overcoat,
all styles and colors, worth $15 Q Hfl
to $16.50, while they last, only I aiUU
Our $16 50 Overcoats are as good as any merchant tailor can pro
duce for $J0. Don't buy an Overcoat until you have seen our
fine lots, the swellest in the three cities.
Fnrnitiire Carpet Go.
324. 328, 328
More choice pieces ii
all grades adapted fcr
the holiday trade than
can le found In the
other combined shocks
In the three cities.
SUITES, ODD PIECES,
We are prepared to .
please you, to save
Come and See!
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$7.50 Black heavy lined Over
coat, good for hard wear. only.
Our $10 Kersey Overcoat is a
bird. It's well worth $13 50;
that's what other houses get
for no better coat
PAINTED BLUE TO THE TOP.
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112 West Seventeenth Street.
BEER OF JUST THE RIGHT AGE
Comes from our brewery. It is the faYorite
of the laborer, the epicure, the rich man and tie poor man.
Its flavor is delicious, i's "bldy" right to ple:se all tastes.
Made right here at home of tie finest malt and choicest hops,
snd by the most advance! process; why shouldn't "B3CK
ISLAND" be the best?
ROCK )Sl AND BREWfN J CO
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Painters and Decoratora
PAPZ2 HA17BEH3. olLSCIONlSIl?, ito.
Shop 419 Seventeenth street.
Frieze Ulster, weU
It's juct like picking up monej
ta give t4 j our order for steam
or hot water boating. You'll be
surprised when you know our
chatpes, and how much cheaper
it is in the end, than heating the
house by the old plan coal stove
or furnace. Cleaner, cheaper
and better in every way.
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