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M0CA8KBI1I t M0OA8KBIN,
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J. J. B0ACH,
WM. L. LUDOLPU,
Aktataty at Law.
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CUAS. 1L HUBBELL,
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DE. WM. L TATTON,
Lata Raridaat Pby-Jaiaa and Haneoo
of Cook Cauaty Moapttai, Cbieaco.
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Elements in the House Which
Are Opposed to the Civil "
OSE WOULD MODIFY THE STATUTE.
Tha Other Snath It to Fliadrrt Morert
la tha Matter Trying to AcTeaoo a Una
Attack What tha Modlfyera tTaat
Frocrraa of Raclprocity Kelther Hoaaa
af Coagrcaa Dora Mach Work rTordaa
Oppotra KatennlnaUoa of tha flralk
Washington. Dec 11 The outlook for
changing the civil service law is being
Actively canvassed among Republican
members of the house as a result of the
conference held Saturday night,. . The
members of the special committee hav
ing the matter in charge are trying to
so shape a bill that It will command the
support of a number of divergent ele
ment?.. One of these is the Democratic
minority which, combined with the Re
publicans opposed to the present law,
would be strong enough to carry a
bill. Cut In canvassing the situation It
has been found that Democratic mem
bers would favor a complete repeal of
the law. but would oppose anything
short of a repeal As the Republican
movement l. not toward complete re
peal, but rather for modification of the
law there appears to be no basis by
which the anti-civil service reformers
of both parties can unite. It is claimed.
nowever. that a modification bill will
receive the Votes of two-thirds of the
Republican members, and will have a
good chance of passing the senate and
receiving the president's signature.
aiodldratkina That Are Wanted.
rears, m of North Carolina, who In
augurated the movement and is a mem
ber of the special committee, says the
essential modifications of the law likely
to Da considered by the committee are
as follows: Excluding from the opera
tions or the law cases in which one
government officer Is responsible for the
acts or his subordinate, as deputy col
lectors of revenue; examination of those
Already covered into the classified ser
vice without examination, so as to put
them on a footing with new applicants:
change of examinations so as to make
them more practical and less theoretical;
oisrinct provision against life tenure
and for a stated term of service; af
firmation of the right of heads of de
partments to remove, reduce or pro
mote In the Interest of the public: a
limitation of the law to specific depart
ments, bureaus, etc.. and an exclusion
of those not enumerated.
A Bother I'oiat That la to Figure.
Another point that will materially
figure In the discussion of the subject
Is the alleged rapid and unauthorized
cnlanrment of the functions of the civil
service commission. The opponents of
the commission assert that the original
law was nevrr intended to apply to
tenure of ofilce and removals and that
the commission growing from A corps of
three commissioners and several clerks
to a large Institution has arrogated to
Itself not only :he rank of a depart
ment, but the power of dictating to
haUs of departments what action they
will take and further to employ attorneys
to make pleadings as in the Virginia
coIliTtor of Internal revenue case. An
Attempt will be made to define the ex
act functions of the commission.
COXURFA4 DOM BIT LITTLE WORK.
Heaae Dora Xa Public Dattaeaa at Alt, hat
Washington, Dec 14. Lodge made An
effort in the senate yesterday to secure
an Immediate vote upon his Immigra
tion bill, which Is substantially the
same treasure that was passed by the
Fifty-fourth congress and vetoed by
President Cleveland. After a brief de
bate it was suggested that the final
vote on the amendments and the bill
be taken Jan. 17. at 3 p. m. This sug
gestion was accepted by Lodge and thj
order for a vote at that time was made.
The bill giving the right to make sec
ond homestead entries . ..a passed. But
ler spoke for a savings bank system.
Wilson of Washington presented A
resolution directing the civil service
commission to transmit to the senate a
statement by fiscal years since 1S90,
showing the total number of persons
examined, the total number passed, the
total number appointed, in the several
branches of the government service, and
the total number of persons on the
eligible lists of the several branches of
tha civil service at the beginning of
each of those fiscal years. The resolu
tion was agreed to.
Excepting the reporting of the legis
lative, executive and Judicial appropria
tion bill the house did no public busi
ness. In both houses the chaplains re
ferred in their invocations to the death
of Airs. McKlnley.
There was. however, some entertain
ment for the galleries in a personal
dispute between Hepburn of Iowa and
Norton of Ohio over a correction of the
congressional record which Involved a
renewal ot a controversy that occurred
between the two gentlemen during the
debate on the pension appropriation bill
last week over the word "most" or
"many" In reference to soldiers on the
pension roll. It was claimed
that "most" was used, but the
speech when printed was changed to
"many." Norton Insisted that the use
ot the word "many" placed him in a
After a debate which consumed more
than two hours the house on a rising
vote 13 to 121 unstained Hepburn's
motion to make the permanent record
show that Norton's speech contained
the word "most." in accordance with
tha stenographers' report. It was a par
ty Tote with the exception of Fleming
fDem.) of Georgia, who voted with the
Republicans. Toe Populists voted with
tSH ERITASCX TAX LITIGATIOX.
Otv Ilmrrtaoa to Fight the IlUaota Law ta
fSa Sapiraae CaarT.
; Washington. Dec. H. Attorney Gen
eral Akin, of Illinois, will have ex-Pres-Mint
Harrison as an opponent in the
Inheritance fax cases which come before
the United States supreme court next
month. Akin is in Washington examin
ing the records filed with tha court. Ha
ex&acls to put la several days studyiAC
the brle's filed by the lawyers emnlnrnt
to r.:ta '; the constitutionality of the
Inheritance tax lav. Thnra --. nn.
three cases pending In theTJnited States
supreme court. All resulted from the
efforts of the Cook mnntv ofMc-iaia
collect, the Inheritance ta from Chicago
These cases involve the estatea nf K
late Mr. Sawver. John Ft. rimka
General Joseph Torrence. The case will
be hard fought. The emergency appro
priation, which was Included in Gover
nor Tanner's call for a special session
or me Illinois legislature, is for the
expense of covering the costs to the
state of trying these suits. Akin pro-J
lesses confidence that thesunremA nir
will sustain the constitutionality of the
atordaa Opposed to Seal Extermlaatloa.
Washington, Dec 14. Professor Da
vid Starr Jordan, president of Stanford
university, the government's leading
expert in the seal negotiations, in a re
port takes a strong position against the
extermination of the seals y he Unit
ed States, if Great Britain won't con
sent to further restrictions. He says
extermination would be impossible and
would be a confession of impotence
unworthy of a clllvlzedeyql"N8yotogy
unworthw of a civilized nation.
Wants a Check on Criminal Cater.
Washington, Dec. 14. Senator Per
kins, of California, has Introduced a bill
to amend the paragraph of the revised
statutes relating to the appeal on ha
beas corpus of criminal cases to the su
preme court of the United States. The
object is to do away with numerous ap
peals by attorneys of prisoners made
with the sole view of gaining time.
Roods for Letter Carrier,
Washington, Dec 14. Postmaster,
General Gray has amended the regula
tions so as to require that after April
1 next the bond supplied by letter car
riers for the faithful performance ot
duties shall be supplied by surety com
panies. Private bonds are often found
to be worthless.
Dividends In National Bank Caaea.
Washington, Dec, 14. The comp
troller of the currency has declared
dividends In favor of the creditors of
Insolvent banks as follows: Keystone
National bank. West Superior, Wis.,
7 per cent.; First National bank, Ni
agara Falls, N. Y.. 10 per cent.
Klea Cool Snap for Somebody.
Washington, Dec 14. One ot the in
teresting items in the agricultural ap
propriation bill Is a provision for J10,
000 far an agricultural experiment sta
tion In Alaska.
Legislative Rill Carrier 121,302,423.
Washington. Dec. 14. The legislative,
executive and Judicial bill as reported
to the house carries a. total of !! S(M -
4i3. being J760.S61 less than the esti
Hungary Working for Independence,
Buda, Pest, Dec. 14. Francis Kos
suth, leader of the party advocating the
independence of Hungary, has declared
in the course of an interview here that
his party wishes economic separation
from Austria as a lever to
obtain political Independence. "We
want," ho said, "a separate army
and separate finance. The king of
Hungary would be emperor of Austria
as a sort of supplementary occupation.
Vienna Is already a suburb of Buda
Pest, and in time Austria will become a
conglomeration of provinces attached to
nilzzard In Kanaaat Worst Ever," Etc
Topeka, Kan., Dec. 14. Dispatches
from five towns in western Kansasstate
that all that section of the country Is in
hte path of the worst blizzard ever ex
perienced for years. Hundreds ot thou
sands of head of cattle are being win
tered over on the prairies and are with
out shelter and many without food. .
Chicago Grain and Prod ore.
Chicago. Dec. 13.
Following were the quotations on the
Board of Trade today: Wheat Decem
ber, opened $1.05, closed tl.OlH; Janu
ary, opened 9Sc, closed 92H: May,
opened and closed 9114c. Corn Decem
ber, opened ZSMic, closed 2ac; January,
opened 'I'mc. closed 2544c; May. opened
28V4c, closed 2&c. Oats December,
opened 2?Hc, closed 22c; May, opened
and closed Z29nc. Fork December.
opened and closed nominal: January,
opened $8.40, closed $8.30; May. opened
$8.60. closed xs.aZ'fc. Lard December,
opened and closed nominal; January.
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Produce: Butter Ext'ra creamery.
23c per lb; extra dairy, 19c; fresh
packing stock. ll12c. Eggs Fresh
stock, 20c per dozen. Dressed Poultry-
Turkeys. 84111K- per Tb; chickens.
6Vic: ducks, 7(2 8c. Potatoes Northwest
ern, 50ST60c per bu. Sweet Potatoes-
Illinois, $1.502.25 per bbL
Chicago Live Stock.
Chicago. Dec. 13,
Hogs Estimated receipts for the day,
35.000: sales ranged at $2.85i3.40 for
pigs. l3.30ij3.42iA for light. $3.2063.25 for
rough packing. J3.30a3.4a Tor mixed, and
J3.3OI0 3.4j lor heavy packing and ship
ping lots. Cattle Estimated receipts
for the day. 9,500; quotations ranged at
4.H04i.;K for choice to extra steers,
$4.0j4.75 good to choice do., $4.30$4.75
fair to good. $3 75ft 4.40 common to me
dium do., $3.70614.20 butchers' steers,
$3.1594.00 stockers, $3.704.JO feeders.
$l.70&3.80 cows. $2.60W4..r0 heifers. $2.25
IR4.00 bulls, oxen and stags. $2.90&4.G0
Texas steers, and J3.0O'56-5o veal calves.
Sheep and Lambs Estimated receipts
for the day, 17.000; quotations ranged
at $3.6Cfj4 00 westerns, $3.1034.60 na
tives, and 4.ioij;-o iambs.
Milwaukee. Dec. 13.
Whoat Weak- XVt I nnrthn. osi..
No. 2 spring. S6c; May. sic. Corn
fteady; No. 8, 26 He Oats Lower; No.
white. 23424c Rye Dull; No. J,
Hay-Timothy. wild, 8t7.
Bauer Fair to ehoisa. 90n- laak
Ducka Alive. 7c; dreased, 103.
Coal Soft, loo.
Cattle llutchert par for eon fed steers
Tor Infanta andChildren.
REJECTED BY THE ENGINEERS..
RoCnA in Sight for the Great Strike of
London. Dec. 14. The ballot taken by
the unions of the Amalgamated Society
of Engineers is almost unanimously
against accepting the proposals of the
employers. The ballot referred to grew
out of the conference between the rep
resentatives of the striking engineers
and their employers, which began on
Nov. 24 last and after several sessions
was adjourned on Dec. 3 until Dec. 14
In orderto allow the delegates of the
engineers to submit to the various un
ions the terms of the masters.
The employers declined to recede from
their position respecting freedom in the
management of their business, without
the interference of the unions, and em
phatically pronounced against a reduc
tion in the hours of labor on the ground
that such a diminution would mean a
smaller output and inability to meet
foreign competitors. The general im
pression when the conference was ad
journed to allow the ballot was that
unless the unions accepted these terms
there would be a renewal of the dead
lock. Two Poisoners In the Same Jail.
London. Dec. 14. It is an lntpretlne
coincidence that Reading prison, where
Mrs. Maybrick is confined, has Just re
ceived an addition to its population in
the person of Mrs. Edith May Carew,
whose case is an exact parallel of the
alleged American poisoner. Mrs. Carew
Was convicted in Janan of the rrimo of
poisoning her husband, an English offi
cial, ana sentenced to death, the sen
tence being subsequently commuted
to life Imprisonment in this countrv
She had been engaged in an intrigue
with on English employe of a Japanese
bank, which furnished a motive for the
New Cabinet for Hajrti.
Port-au-Prince, Hayti, Dec. 14. A
proclamation was published here at
noon yesterday announcing the com
position of the new Haytlen ministry
as follows: Minister of the Interior,
Auguste Tancrede; minister of com
merce and finance, Plaisance; minister
of exterior relations and worship, Bru
tus St. Victor; minister of war and
marine, Gulllaume Velbrun (who is
now president of the chamber); minis
ter of public works and agriculture,
Cincinnatus Lecente; minister of Jus
tice and public instruction, Antoine
Michael Tomaskefski was killed at
Thorp, Wis., by the falling limb of a
Now it Is said that 3. B. Haggin la
the new owner of Hamburg, the $60,000
It is stated that 700 Chinamen In San
Francisco have professed conversion to
the Salvation Army.
Senator Hanna has recovered from
the Illness from which he has been suf
fering for several days.
Robert A. Van Wyck, mayor-elect of
Greater New York, has taken the oath
and will take his seat Jan. 1.
The special wheat Investigation Insti
tuted by the department of agriculture
indicates a crop of 530,000,000 bushels.
Great Britain's marine steam tonnage
Is today 6,720,703 about as much as
that of all other nations added together.
John Holland, a railroad employe at
Green Bay, Wis., was struck In the
breast by a snowball and very badly In
jured. R. N. Whittlesey, surveyor of customs
at Council Bluffs, has disappeared and
there are rumors that he is a defaulter
to a large amount.
Mrs. II. E. Butler, wife of Rev. Henry
E. Butler, ex-president and ex-pro-frssor
of mental and moral ecionco In
Alma (Mtfh.) college, died of apoplexy.
A fire in the basement of the six-story
building, 106-112 Wabash avenue. Chica
go, caused a loss of more than $50,000.
The E. H. Sargent Drug company lost
Trunk line railroads are said to Jiave
secured control of nearly the entire
water front of Greater New York and
to be freezing out the lighterage and
Marshal Blanco has cabled to Senor
de Lome, Spanish minister at Washing
ton, a request that he lender Blanco's
condolences to President McKlnley on
the death ot the president's mother.
Charles Smith, a man who has been
lying in St. Mary's hospital at Oshkosh,
Wis., sjnee last October with a broken
neck, will soon he removed to his home,
with prospects of a complete recovery.
Two Chicago hold-up men have shown
possession of a conscience. Louis Ia
pell and Frank Moffat robbed John
Hoist of $18. The theft troubled La pell
and he gave his share of the plunder
back to Hoist. Moffat did the same.
Mary Cenefelt will sue Dr. J. R, Men
ehan, of Green Bay, Wis., for $15,000
damages for an alleged unlawful opera
tion. She was awarded a verdict of $J .
000 in one suit, but the Judge set the
verdict aside as not being warranted ty
FOR WEAK MEM.
TRIAL WITHOUT EXPrnr
Thieftamis Appliance and Remediea ot
f Erte Medical Co. cow for the first time
Crrlrr ww"uv expense to any
booest nan. Not a dollar to he Mia
vattee. Cure Effects of Errors
' . iiyw to enlarge ana
Strengthen Weak.UodercIoied Portions
-wo ut WalTC A l?raJDT7I.TOa
A !ArJain OtTr hV A flt-Tfi d klarK ar.n4in.
anaftctarert of Sash Aad all Ktat of woik
Doors tad BU for Bafidars
Siding, Flooring, Wainsooaiing
18th Street bet. 4th and 6th Avenue.
fl ' If
' fiiiRHii? I
' V'T -at -j1 '
i " m1114
(jwuriOorpbdnc nor Mwit
Not Nabc otic
Aooftrt ttemedy forConsBna-
tatSJUSXlLOSS OF SlEEB
feB Simla Signature of
lL - ,TTEW "YOHK.
J. M- BUporcP.
Tha old rtra and Ttma-trtto.
"" i ii Iutt ii wrr tilHUli' riBiwu tan afara.
Tool pattoaagt it aoUcioaa
for the Following Safe
and Bailable Compkntes-ar-t
Traders Ina Oo.,... Chicago
ProTidenee Wathlngton Im,Oo ProTldtnoa
Imperial Ina. OoH London
Caiandonlaa Int. Oo... Xdlnbiirgti
Kngllsh-Ajaerioas Ina. Co.,
Liverpool and Horwtlk
Paol&e las. Co., Mew York
Home Mntoal Int. Co., 8ta rnacltco
Offioe Room 30 Mitchell LjndVs
Block, Telephone Mo. 1030.
Uwed building stone
Athltr and trimmings
For ehespneee, darabUlty end
beaatj exoelled by none. This
tone does not trash or color the
wall with alkali, eta. Flans sent
m lor estimates will receive
careful Attention snd be retained
promptly At oar expense.
Quarries 11 miles from Bock
Island on the C. B. A Q. B. 3.
Trains Kos. end 10 will stop
end let visitors off snd on.
Bridge stone, corn eiig
blocks tnd fesndaitfon
stona wiy tizz dsslrei
SsmDles cf Stone And Photos of
BuilaJnrs cab be seei t Boom
Ho. It. Ultehell A Lynde't boild
Arthur Barrall, mauatfr,
Rock Island or Colona, 111
BILLY CATTON S
White Seal saloon
1815 Socond ATeane,
i- i' Off ' '
JjUtAOTMA) rTPy wAJrTaV
(IS ON THE
Outeria la pvt ip b taa-rin bottlai atly. It
If not wld la balk, Doa't alio- aiTcaa ta MQ
yon tEjtHag alt aa tha pita or prosit tkat It
is "J att as foal" aai "will aarvar artry pat.
pees.V8 that pn gt O-A-i-T-0-a-I-A.
Statu' ' y.
THE TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
OHICAOO. ROOK ISLAND A PACT FID RAIL.
V "V TickeU ran ta parebated or Bagraga
eEkked at R I P Twanuath etreet depot, ot
yaiar crpoi, corner rum trenae aoa T&mar
tot street, Frmt H Plujamer. Agank
Dearer Limited AOraafca.
Omaha A Dot Motaaa
Omaha Das Motaaa
tOraaaa ArJUnnaapolli Rx-
Merer, uncola A Oraa
Darjear, Ft. Worth
(Aleam at Das Motnaa.
tRnacttlBe alt Wlltoa
Arrival. tDrpartnre. tDairr. i
Au etkan daue. Talepaoae UM.
Donaay avenmn a rauaiaa til
tha depot after iHoo. whiok wlU
go at S:00 a. m. Monday.
wtfi ba at
"QURLrNOTWf ROTJTR-O B at Q RAIL.
LJ wtr Depot First avanaa aad Brtttantl
atraat, M J Young, Agent.
U la, Bprtngitlo, Paorla,
Ra. Dnh aia nfnaia. nalli
atetco, Bterllnt, Uilntoa A
1 1.10 eat
ungwn at watt
at Paul a.
B let Una. OUnioa Dnbnqoa
anaaa uitr, ireavar
Fae. Ooast via OalanVrg
Dally. tDally axeapt aoaAaf .
PmOAGO, tflLWAUKKB B ST, PAITI
BAihaaa-RaetaB at SnatSajittaiB rRvtsr-a
-Dpo? TwenUott aarett, batatas ftattJ
Soaood tvaauaa, L. H. Braar. Ajraai.
Tuams. Laara. ajuava
antrRxpraai TM sat $Mfm
St. rati Brptata ,, . tt ara USBaai
rranlit tad Acooauaoaat'B. tM att laof
PaDy axeapt Bnaday.
DOOR ISXARD A J?BOUA BAllWAf
i Oapet Bliat Aaaaaa aad VvaaaaMtt tmML
B. BtocaAoaaa. OaaT. Ttft Ataaa.
TRAIIta, Ltava I Aaaira
Acenmodailoa Freight 1O:S0 aai1r0MMB
Peortta bt Loul. Hail ... ag.osam S:a pet
Btirrare 1.45 tni 11:15 atl
PooilaAeoom. PTalfW. ":iupm I a am
MtrrardaearimodataoB...... SMaai 4 -as nra
Oabla Aarjaavaodatloa... :40am tig) ma
OMe and Bhartard Aeaora i :at po ga am
Itenaatr UmSnt laaaa Ov. R. f. at T. OSoEaa
tTaDoe) depot Ira (B) athratai aarto rVaatbar)
To the Etui trtk chd
R. I. & P.
OR I A FDaaat
Lv Boca Island , ,
TvaatlatB at Depot
11 gprlririald... 1
A HLonla. .-.
tiTarra Rtsta .
tM am TPJAta
let aa I Ot Ma
tat AM 11MJBM
til am lltpm
10 Ham Iflpm
It 49 am ISOpm
THROUGH CAR SERVICE
Lines seat of Peoria carry ahpoogh
aoachsi Bad sleeping esrs eji Right
trains to prinoipte etttoav
0em. Trnkse stgeat