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DP. SATURDAY. JANUARY 8, 1898.
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want that little Tod -cl tho be it Ths United Sutes Govern
mcr.t guarantees tho Aj5 and Purity cf every bottle of
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pita; ur'iico f..r lieht. U4flbJ. for
rrnish w. l inT. i4:.3.i' for mined,
arvl IVita . ' fi r b avy parkina; and
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tiniit r h -if. ra. I:...g liulln. oxen
and tiis. I'Kilit li Texna atcem. and
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quotattna rinarj at fXCOI.M w cat
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Milwaukee. Jan. 7.
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tin. j aprinc. May. 14c tVro
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A of New York in the Civil
REFLECTS OS OHIO AID OMASA,
Kalarrias a Soma Saw aad Old PoUUral
BlaUry Qaatea Baacaa CaakUaafa
"Satol arrtlca Refora," and Says tha
Xaw Syalcaa I Doomed Teller la tha
Baaale Dhwlaiaaa Matlma Clvaa Blai by
a Xawapaper Article.
Washington, Jan. 8. The civil service
ueoaie ccntinuea throughout yesterday
In the house. All efforts to fix a time
for Its termination failed, and It Is cer
tain now to run over into next week.
The Interest In the discussion does not
seem to be waning. The debate yester
day waa noted for some very vigorous
declarations of opposition to the whole
schrtre cf reform, notably that of Cum
mlngs of New York. Farls of Indiana
waa one of the speakers In otiDosition.
and Gillette of Masrichusetts favored
the law. The latter maintained that
the ara-urrents of Crosvcnor and Land la
acainat the law wera tmth in ream
rtrong arraignment of the spoils sys
tem, lie denied that the scote of the
cutlve order of May t 1S96. waa not
understood when the St. Lnuia nlat.
form was adopted. He commented wit
tily on the spectacle of the white
haired veteran. Crosvenor. leading the
young Hotspurs 'of the party in the
battle for the spoils, and said it recalled
its mind the words Macauley placed
the rcouth of Henrv of Navarre at
the battle of Ivry.
nalnri I ay. II In BeaperU taGrosTenor.
CummlnCS of Near VnrV an
himself an Implacable foe of the whole
system or civil service reform. Roscoe
ConkllPC. In his onlnkr.n the
senator New Tork had ever known, had
once spoken of the "Mrearjr drivel of
snivel service reform." He had never
appreciated it SO much aa he had dur.
Ing this day's debate. Cummings said
the hortllity to the system had been
ncaaiiy Brewing. -The system Is
loomed." said he. "and one of the fac
tors in Its -destruction la Tammanv
hall." In this connection Cummlnfra
replied warmly to sumo of the charges
of corruption made against Tammany
haU during the debate. "The gentle
man from Ohio." said he. "rushes on
here from Columbus, that- hot 1x.1 of
political corruption to v.hx'ch he has
hied himself back, anil tolln tin thfit
Tammany hall is corrupt. Think or It!
denounced as corrupt by a man wh3
comes from the state that profited by
the robbery of 1S7S."
Abo Takes a WhacU at Johnann.
Johnson of Indiana had said that
Tammany hall was the most corrupt
orgamr.av.on on the race of the earth
and Johnson came from the state madt
famous by "blocks cf fiv" methods.
Tammany was, Cummlrr;s said. o.
patriotic, llberty-lovlng society which
had existed for 100 years,
Button cf Ohio followed In defense of
the merit srstem and In the course of
his remarks raid h'ch triljtito to Sf-
retary Fherman and the late President
ii ayes, wnose records had ben assailed
l'.nrthuidt took occasion In iifYm1
Carl Schurc from whp.t he termed the
slanders heaped unon that gentleman
by Crosvenor. The Intimation that
there was a stain upon his personal
honor was an Insult to the German-
Americans, whose confidence Sohurs
had retained for years.
SILVtlll MEX SOT I A CONSTIRACT.
Teller Denlea a Newspaper Statement aad
Want, a Yigoroaa aorrlga foUry.
Washington. Jan. 8. The feature of
the innate sussion was a speech deliv
ered by Teller regarding press reports
that the recent efforts to make It ap
pear that Secretary Gage had tendered
his resignation as a member of the cab
Inet to rresldent iicKlnlcy were a part
of a conspiracy jf the silver men to
disrupt the cabinet and create dissen
sion between the president and his ad
visers. Teller branded the publication
a an Insult to the advocates of the free
coinage of silver. He was satisfied that
the president and Secretary Gage were
In full accord upon the financial ques
tion. He attacked the Republican par
ty b?cause it was a party advocating
the gold ftandard. and expressed his
Irtor.tion of doing all in hi power to de
feat the party In 1940 and to drag the
present administration from power, be
cause the policy of the party was. In his
opinion. Inimical to the best and high
est Interests of the people of the United
He referred In terms cf high respect
to Secretary Gage personally, and ex
pressed his gratification that Gage had
the courage of bis convictions and waa
willing to stand s-juareiy upon his rpln-
lona. The secretary was. In the opinion
of Teller, an exception in this respect to
many other prominent Republicans. ,
Chandler said he desired to call the
attention of the senator from Colorado
to a matter which he a as evidently over
looking. "The plnt I make," said Chan
dler, "is that the president of the Unit
ed State f peaks for himself either
through state papers or In such other
manner as he may deem wise, acd he La
not be Judged by what his secretary of
the treasury may say upon any ques
tions. Neither Is he to be judged by
the utterances of the aerator from In
diana, made In the full flush of enthus
iasm over hi entrance Into the senate
f the United Sutes. before an audience
f his constituents in Indiar.apolla."
Proceeding Teller aaid he hoped that
the time would soon come when we
could say tu a fifth rate power like
Fpaln: Take ycur hands off that boun
tiful Island an Island which you have
nearly depopulated and say It. too.
Without fear of the opinion of the money
power. "I do not believe," aaid Teller,
"that war would result."
In conclusion Teller, speaking partic
ularly of what he said appears to be a
propcaed dismemberment of China by
the European powers, declared that he
would see to It If he were In the posi
tion of the president that the powers of
Europe should not partition that great
empire without strong protest from this
country. He believed that a word front
the United States government to Rus
I - . . ... i i-i t . - J I . .. I --
privileges In Chlra end that the totcn
otny of the empire ihculd remain as It
had been for 4.000 years wotld be suf
ficient to cause those powers to stop In
their course of rapacity." -
Allen f Nebraska offered a resolu
tion declaring that the United States
should Independently and without de
lay begin and continue the free coinage
of sliver at the ratio of 16 to 1; that
such coinage should be supplemented
by a safe and sound national paper
money to be issued by the government
Without the intervention of backs, the
notes to be full legal tender and to be
issued in an amount sufficient to meet
the business .demands of the country;
that any Increase of the Interest bear
ing debt should be prohibited, and that
no government bonds should be issued
or sold except by specific act of con
gress; that the government in the die
charge of Its obligations should use its
option" as to the kind of lawful money
In which they should be paid, and that
surh "option" should never be surren
Turner of Washington, made a speech
against the immigration bill. Butler
presented a resolution for a constitu
tional amendment providing for the
election of the federal Judiciary by pop
ular vote. Ar executive session was held
and the senate adjourned to Monday.
LA BOH FEDERATION MISSIONS.
Soma Laws That flotnpert and Hia Col
league Would Have Passed.
Washington, Jan. 8. The legislative
committee of the American Federation
of Labor, consisting of President Gom-
pers. Secretary Morrison and Andrew
Furuseth, by direction of the late con
vention of the federation, held in Nash
ville, has issued an address to the mem
bers of the Fifty-fifth congress. After
calling attention to the introduction of
modtsrn machinery, and new business
methods and the cou-.pction of convict
labor, etc., they recommend as follows:
"1. An eight-hour work day on all
public works, such law to provide that
all contracts or sub-contracts for ma
terials furnished or work done must
contain a provision that eight hours
shall be the maximum labor of any In
dividual in any one calendar day.
"2. In order to step the indiscriminate
and dangerous use of the writ of in
junction we urge the adoption of senate
"S. In or3crt)insomcdrgrcelcES?nthe
competition of cenvict labor we urge
the adoption of a law to prohibit the
transportation cf prison-made goods
from one state into another state or
"4. We urge the adoption cf a rea
sonable law to restrict undesirable im
migration, such law to be based upon
an education qualification."
Nominated for Office,
Washington. Jan. 8. Amons- the
names sent to the Benate by the presi
dent yesterdav were the. followlnor:
Robert O. Tearce, surveyor of customs.
port Of Rock Island. Ills- Charlps
Wright, collector of internal revenue fur
the First district of Michigan; James
H. Stone, to be appraiser of merchan
dise for the district of Detroit, Mich;
William H. H. Graham, of Indiana, to
be consul at Winnipeg, Man.
Retaliatory Doty Against France.
Washington, Jan. 8. A bill was In
troduced In the house yesterday by Bel
knap, of Illinois, proposing retaliatory
stops against France if the plans of the
French government for an increase of
duties on American meat products, is
carried out. It authorizes an Increase
of duty on articles brought from France
In amount equivalent to the additional
duties imposed on American products.
Hearing on the Anti-Scalp Bill.
Washington, Jan. 8. The house In
terstate commerce committee gave an
other hearing on the antl-scalping bill
yesterday. George W. Boyd, assistant
general passenger agent cf the Penn
sylvania railroad, made a very strong
argument in favor of the bill. He as
serted that there was no more nefarious
traffic in the country today than that of
the scalping fraternity.
Confirmed by the Senate.
Washington. Jan. 8. The senate yes
terday confirmed these nominations:
United States consuls John C. Bill.
heimer, of Indiana, at Zanzibar, Zanzt-
Dar; I. u. Myers, of Indiana, at Saint
John. N. B; Thomas B. Needles, of
Nashville. Ills., commissioner to neco.
tlate with the Indians.
Oar Interests Not Yet Involved.
Washington. Jan. 8. At the, cahinet
meeting yesterday the Chinese compli
cations came up, but the opinion was
pretty general that the interests of the
United States in China were not at
present in any sense Involved, nor were
thty likely to be.
Childs-Drexel Home for Printers.
Colorado Sprinca. Colo.. Jan. rtv,
hospital annex to the Chiiri).rroi
Home for Union Printers is about com
pleted. On the first floor I. tha ilinin.
room and several bedrooms. The second
ncor contains the sick wards and head
quarters for the nurses.
The next transit of Venus occurs in
Walter Baker & Go.'s
- i . t
Be sare that yea
DAatK a m. UO-, Dercacstcr, mass. tstaMUacd 1780.
JoaaTai. FAUDoa. xint j. rausof
p&nraon a sdet
PaiiiteM aiid Decorators
rim Harem cAxmisEa, tta
they Are the Bert Waea tb
, . An Worth While. ,
A dozen or less newsnanrr mon wvra
collected together, when somebody said
Bomeunng about Kndyard Kipling.
"I notice ill tho nanera." said an.
other, "that be is the best paid writer
in the world st present." .
"The Pall Mall Gazette neonla sar
tbev paid him 2750 a poem for all thev
printed of his,." ventured a third.
"Ana wny aot?" put in a fourth.
He is the best writer of English nrose
Or verso now writing. That one line of
bis; A rag and a bone and a hank of
hair.' describim? a
couldn't be stronger, I think." .
- bood and strong," commented a
fifth, "but Kipling is not the only man
Vho has chosen mnnnsvllnbloa tn trim
emphatic expression to his the tight If
you win remember, Pope in his essay
cn 'Criticism' remarked. 'And ten low
words oft creep in one dull line, and
bciore and alter him there were others,
Who, as he, were scarcely dull and sel
dom crept Hymn writers are strong in
this. Take Watts in that well known
hymn, for instance:
"Are there no foes for me to facet
Must I not stem the flood t
Is this vilo world a friend to grace
To help mc on to God?
"Shakespeare found one syllabled
words good enough for him, and you all
know that passage, of Young's:
"The bell strikes one. We take no note of time,
Eave by its loss, etc
"Eailey's 'Festus, that makes its
reader feel as if he had 'eaten of the in
sane root that takes the reason prisoner,
has many examples, and this one you
"We live In deeds, not years; In thoughts, not
We should count time by heart throbs. Ee
Who thinks most, feels the noblest, acts tho
"And tho Bible, tho greatest of books,
is filled with the short words. Right at
the beginning of things we find, 'And
God said let there be light, and there
was light," and at tho end of things, so
to speak, 'For the great day of his wrath
is come, and who shall be able to stand?
and still further along, 'And the gates
of it shall not be shut at all by day, for
there shall be no night there.'
"Oh, Kipling is all right I Ho knows
ho has plenty of authority for seeking
short words when be wants strong
ones. " Washington Star.
The Troubles of 'Ireland.
On one occasion Hartley Coleridge
had listened with deep apparent inter
est to the voluble discourse of a well
known Irish enthusiast who spent
much of his time traveling about Eng
land and enlightening the English mind
on tho subject of popish errors, especial
ly in Ireland. After dinner Hartley re
quested to bo presented to a man so re
markable. Ou tho presentation ho took
tho far famed traveler and philosopher
by the arm, while a few cf the guests
gathered around, end addressed him
with awful eoleiimity, "Sir, there aro
two great evils in Ireland." "There
are indeed, sir," replied the Irish guest
"but pleaso to name them." "The
first" resumed Hartley, "is popery!"
"It is," said tho other, "but how won
derful that you should have discovered
that! Now tell me what is the second
great evil." "Protestantism!" was
Hartley's reply iu a voice of thunder
as he ran away screaming with laugh
ter. His new acquaintance remained
panic stricken. "Recollections of Au
brey do Vere."
"He" Was a Woman.
A person admitted to an English
workhouse not lonar sura nhiortoH tn fulr-
iug tho usual bath with the men and
connaea to tne medical officer that "he
was a woman. The woman's story,
which Eho subsequently told, is stranger
than fiction. Sho was educated at a
woman's college and married at 16 to a
man who ill treated her. She left him
and went to live with a brother, who
was a painter and decorator. Acquiring
a knowledge of tho trade, she donned
male clothes and became a successful
painter and decorator. For 22 years she
lived with her niece, who kept houso
for her and posed as the painter's wife.
Three mouths ago sho fell from a scaf
fold, and. although Eho iniurod lior
ribs, managed to prevent the doctors
irom at&covering her secret. A failure
to obtain employment finally compelled
her to seek the shelter of the workhouso,
with consequences disastrous to her
mauhood. New York Tribune.
AnotharOood Han'Oons Wrong.
Ha failed to nan Folev'a K id nee
Care for his kidney complaint. For
aie oy x. u. j. nomas.
Because it is absolutely pure.
Because it is net rnade by the so-called Dutch Process in
which chemicals are used.
Because beans of the finest quality are used.
Because it is mad; by a method which preserves unimcaired
the exquisite natural favor and odor of the beans.
Because it is the most economical, costing len than one cent
get the geaaias article ssade by WALTER
AN OPEN LETTER
V7E ARB ASSERTING IN THE COURTS OUR RIGHT TO THB
EXCLUSIVE USE OF THE WORD CASTORIA n AND
PITCHER'S CASTORIA," AS our TRADE mark.
7, DR. SAMUEL PITCHER, cf Byannis, Massachusetts,
was the originator of "PITCHER'S CASTORIA," the same
that has borne and docs now xr '". ,r"' 0Ii every
bear the facsimile signature of wrapper.
This is the original - PITCHERS CASTORIA,- which has been
used in the homes of the Mothers of America for over thirty
years. LOOK CAREFULLY at the wrapper and see that it is
the hind you have always bought ' on the
and has the signature - cf CzMcJ& wrap
per. No one has authority from me to use my name ex
cept The Centaur Company of which Chas. H. Fletcher is
March 8. W.07. (X&&?&,7,
Tin TeVif. Pa TionniTm1
Do not endanger the life of your child by accepting
a Jieap substitute which some druggist may offer you
(because he makes a few more pennies on it), the in
gradients of which even he does not know. " v .
"The End You Have Always Bought"
BEARS THE FAC-SIMILE SIGNATURE OF -
Insist on Having
The Kind That Never Failed Yon.
ns ctaraua ceaeaaT. t r aaaaar aTascT. ata eaa em.
J. M- BUFOrrD,
Tha old Itrs and Tune- triad
Bttei ai low at any reliable:
You patrorjg.il soncidsd.
Represents the following well
known Fire and Accident Insur
ance Companies :
Rochester Bennat las 0l
.Eoebatter, H T
weateaeetar vua "
, Buffalo. M T
WtwheetaT, S H
Uermaa fire "
fliwf)ka v-neeo'ea "
Fidelity ara Casnalty J
Office corner Eighteenth street and
Second avenue, second floor.
Siwed building stone
Ashlxr tnd trimmings
For chespneu, durability and
beauty excelled by none. This
Btone does not wash or color tha
wall with alkali, ate. Plana seat
na for estimate! will reoeive
careful attention and be returned
promptly at onr expense. - .
Quarries 11 miles from Book
Island on the 0., B. s Q. B. B.
Trains Hos. S and 10, will stop
and let visiters oS and on.
bridge stone, ccrn crib
blocks and foundation
ttcsw any size dsslrel
Samples of Stone and Photos of
BoUdJnrs can be aoea at Boom
No. IS, afltoheU Lynda's bnUd
lag. Addraut . - -. ;
Arthur Barrall, manager,
Rock Island or Colona, ILL
White Seal saloon
1815 Second Arenca.
THE TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
CHICAGO. ROOK ISLATfD A PACITtr. RAIT..
S way licketa can be purchased at kagcage
checked at K I A P Twentieth atieet depot, at
C K I A P depot, comer Fifth srsnneand TMrtj-
ub iuloi, i nam u rittnuner, AKaxiL.
Dear-it Limit. 1 Onafea..t :0em
rt. wora. nearer m aw. U. It 55s as
Omaha A Dr Molna. ..If T:&an
nmana ai minneapoils tli:15 am
Omaha ADea Mollis. Mx I rr :411am
fOoifthA A HfnnMMtU Im, j r -
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DacTer, Lincoln A Omata...l IKK) an
Bi. ram at Bamesnous. .sun
vmiimi, it, wonaei a. .:ao aai
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udiumto ism auinna 1 -wi
RocklslandAStnart Aaana..le Bu pat
ftnr.kI.lATriAAmAVYM a I..k!
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Arrival tnrTitHlim rtal1w aVMaex Qn.J
All others daiW. Telephone 1
u, vouui I unuiiu PltXiajr Will DO
th iepot after 11:00, which will lea for Coi-
wai(i,u est. as av. an AnVAIUUJIe
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