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THE JLBQPO, "WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 2, 1898.
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CW. m pr'mnl oa Ijm auua
isrjtr or . mi'.ooiri nun.
t"Af4 a t mIm Kf Tartrr. bat lk 'le
flit, trv AraMtrA,
Ijmar. Xl.v, K. !. S. Th ra aft&Inrt
William Kimt.n ArJ W i:ijrn Kad?rly.
AArxI llh a brutal A5rau!t u-on Mia
Jt Kti la NovtutUr Ul. na
n ont t f rtr.it h'fr c.tcrilajr Aft
r IH atat haU trrs'btvj ita iaf.
I'rA tk-AKjr lb" cljr tvlj. ficc acaian
lh trlU' r ti tho ..-. irolr.i:-.l
cufif-Mn sttrtrd frn ih'in ly o
hlh atrvr.s; thtm ui. to a ir"
until lh jr tLr. I!kmJ lhat Iht y l.aj
hirr.l no mffi luim. 1 lUr.U Avry aid
JIunkj;r tw ton nut lite outr?K
pun l:?h. X. nuch rn n fie
known, an I ihr thi ijr .f tlie Uef. a:c
Aaa Ihxt tl.f nil. cr,l r nrrsi n s
ri-aijp by J'imi n nr..l K.i.lcrly to Me
thtlr llir. H ilfVtliT"!. t-At. that :he
wh fitittliy w r- lnvol J in a tlit-r
nli.hl'rnN! rtw ith lh irUirer
arl thi-ta. ai l that i.r. thns irh.u;i
wii .ia Mr. hat tharritl rel0l-
Lati'Iib. Mkh.. Ktb. S. Th Mftho-
dlt i-ir to havr ltn left unpro-
!'-l f.-r hn the last IvslsUtur? re
KilrJ all :rll Uwa fur the limr
i'u:lnn tf ri'iisioua pirii-tl.. unl j-
ai-t- a tr-noral Uvr mvcrinir th! rj:-h-f
t. It hns i!cv-I-.ik J tht no provlsiun
was m.ii. hi th. tlw Matuti f.r
rhiri'hi hvin-x A rnTiiVTM.inal x-Jiry.
wii'jr th'A' with a rorrrvKAtU'nAl puluy
linir Ir.c !.:!. . Th- MMhoilist are.
thi r fre. Wt without n.fani fur I'-sAlly
IIIImU Mai ftriuilnr Mrfe I'nln Itrath.
hlirinpfitl L !. 2. .Wi.rd r.aa rc-te:v-'I
jri-!t-r1ay at the ffn-e f th" at
lorney KrrTil that Ftnal r T. C
ll .. first Asi.itant att. rnpy general.
I n.t exfe. t. 4 to live arvl that he cmiU
aurvUe more than three it f.iur
dnya Vmser. Ki-r.ator llaI t. ktn
i:i In Sj'tlr;ci 14 ahout a-ven weikj ux
Al'h 1 1 urr. !e wcrt to h!a h ai.
FVNa. f..r tn Jay, whf n h rftiirn.-i! 1 1
l.l. rtutl. a. but t i tj g!v thc-u uj. an I
murn hi me axaln.
tnrnMu. I. ln n Virginia.
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n th-rmotneter yh il.iwn t lu. wits
tt. tnr"t ff a ftill nv.re l--rl.ml fa,J.
5.iti'vTit Vlr,-inU r-M.-ti a lil.x.'.anl
Mowipr ail .it . si a forty-niii
No d iniAe ta ii rl.-J fr-jin any
Cblrrts ftrala mn.t rrtMlnee.
OiliaTo. Krb. 1.
F'TT u!rr rre the n,o- ta:f !n.
r. r t t t Tr.,- t.-liy: Wh. at Mr-y.
t.ti ! W.f. e..-t Ky; Ji.ly. 0t iri
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l' ;r.: Jillr. 'i-rntl t.cj ti.Ii.l-
nal Lar1-Mwy. opcn-tl t 2't. tkwd
Ju!. onmJ II.:1. l.rej
I'rtv'iire' Tnttrr rtrA rreaTifry.
l- frr TN: etttA 1alry. 17c; fr.n.i
k rc t-ck Ur. Fi.ru Freh rt. ek.
ir-'e ft 1 . Tr. I Fou'iry Tuik yf.
M.v fer tti; ihliktra. ('liiV; dut ka.
f t'- r ttr--C' tnn;"Ti to tlj.Mre.
tW- P" u. rrn IVtatota-iUI-
ih.is ft m.l
Ablrac Lit Marlu
Chlragi, Ib. t.
Ilt Iti!r.ate4 retupia (r tho Tuy.
!.; iuatltr ax t d- rr: left
er. about market tnxrat.-ly
Atie. ofnina vrak ami later ! I.n
roc fiea rante.1 at $XVtM) f..r
ptaa. iC(i2.i:, for lleht. titiTO for
rib rntklnc. lt.;otiJ' f.r mixed.
Ar4 IT.iili for heavy akinr. ar.U
hlppiD lt 'attle EtirnAted re
rtlpta l.T the day. 4.0v0; quality fair;
mark.t rather active on loral an l thip
pine Afrount: fr-l.rA atraJy: price un-rtar.r-J:
qu.tatlnn ranged at fj(t'9
t 'T rholre to extrs aieera. H JOfi
y K"t t. choke do., ft 04U fair to
avi. $i Kfli.zi common to medium do..
bntrhrm' ateera. t10&3
attinkera. JlfctilW feeder. iJUiJ.)
feeder. : 3dl l roan, $2 0 6 4 W heif.
er. fr U -i bulla, oxen arid rtafw.
X0b4 Texaa eti-era. and $3. it ?;.)
real calve 8heep an-! Lam he Krtl
malrd rerctpta for the day, 11.0C0; iuo
tu'lona rared at l ttH.S weatortia,
li.SOtj4.C9 itatirta. and II WlTi lambA
Milwaukee. Feb. 1.
TVhcAt Stroacer: No. 1 northern. re:
N-x 2 aprlnir, iis;r: Ma-. tZc. Kve
Hicher: No. 1. Iaii,c Itar.ey
bu a ly; N. 2. 4J'it; Mniplc. ZO'aic.
Hy -Tim..tT. Ud. V2f7.
ISO toe -vH.tM.
ttutier-ratr to choice. Hr. freJi creamery.
liej-Allie Te; drt4. ice.
Cattle- lluietiert par for enra fed tem
V? V tva aad kaifera, JuJv,c; cairn. 4,
Ttr Infinti and CMldrtn.
Now Believ They Have the Vote
Necessary to Ratify the Ha
OPPOSlftOS PTOT 15 AITW W02DS.
rattlCTAW Dearribea tb Kind of Self-Cov-
laiaak Tbcr la fader tha Dl Re
Klaaa Whlta Qaotea Job Ahrrman'a
Boak Fleam from tha Xatloaal Xootb
ly BaUae Aheet -Apparent lacreAae of
tba Ibt Haak rircalAtloa.
Waahlngton, Feb. t No bnslns of
ttnportanr as trarr acted by the sen
ate In open ression yesterday. The
ft A'.ure of the abort session waa a ?ti'."
rmnt tuaOe by Clark (It.) of V)o
rr.Inff. a a matter of personal privilege,
ccncemlns his vote in favor of the
Teller resolution. lie maintains! iha:
his vtte was In no r.-ay lr.consist..-nt
with bis Republicanism. And Jecla.ed
that he would not permit anybody tj
read Mm out of the party, as h? r.is
satisfied the mcfpn of the party would
not convict him of politlcnl htry.
. The executive session took up the
IIa alian Annexation treaty and talked
About it ail the, balance of the day. The
Anncxcra are feeling belter. They aay
they arc ciifiilent that nixty senators,
whose votes are necessary for a two
thirds majority, will vote for ratifica
tion. Cnr.ddin.9 Is found in the detcr
mlnition rf the friends t-f ratification to
prtss forward the treaty to a final vote.
When the executive resrinn o;ened yes-tc;-!ay
Tr.uraton made a motion for the
potpoticH:t.t of further consideration
f the treaty until the 1st of March.
The niction was voted down vIva voce.
I'latt Argue, fur .laudation.
riatt of Connecticut opened the de
bate wliii a carefully Arranged argu
ment In (aver of annexation. He spoke
for bou! ar hour and a half and dwelt
prtit ulariy ui-on the importance of tho
a ui:i:len i f ;he island.- from a com-tiivrtl.-.l
poiiit of view. He contended
tii it our cimmerc? would in fall cases
foii.tw our civilization and urged that
we lioulJ ure very legitimate iaithod
to extend our trado with outside na
tions. n?t by pureuir.g this course wo
ttould also extend our Institutions and
idt-is of govern merit. He put in a good
dwil of l is time proving that the chief
f!'lTunt cf Annexation tas the sugar
trut. I'ettlRrew took the floor as soon
nit Tiatt had torcluded. di-voting him
self tFi ot Lilly to replying to the Con
neetkut senator's remarks concerning
the- iceftil govetrment of the Wands.
Dull of the Teopla to Hawaii.
Ili made a careful analysis of the
constitution lndiT which the Dole gov
ertimer.t exists, showing that It had
I on adopted by what he termed an
"allrg'-d" constitutional convention
eoiiipcs.d of nineteen members one of
a horn was Dole who had lieen mem
lers of the committee on safety whluh
played such a prominent part durin?
the revolution, mid of eighteen other
deie.ttvA. He showed that while these
latter derates had been elected by
what was called a popular vote such
was not the case. Of 11.000 persons
t nt:tl. d to Fiiffr.nto only 4. COO had voted
for them. This convention of tbirty-sevf-n
persons thus chosen had adopted
the cou.titutlon. and it had never tvn
snlimittrd to a injpular vote. IVttigreW
dwelt upon th? fact that Dole had lieon
a mewlier of th!s convention and said
that ger.tl" raan had himself elated
f resMent of the republic.
Aacar Men taut ml tbe I.laadi
According to the terms of the consti
tution A s.'I.utor must pof.te-ss 13.000
wotth of proitrty or have An income of
I1.M0 or year and a pfrr.in who was
n t worth II.LOO In taxable real estate
or had an incom? of J500 was disfran
chised from Vi-ting for a senator. This
qual'lWatlon prcttically. he said, shut
out all erna except those connected
ith the sugar Industry from cither be
coming senators or ffom vjtinc fur
White was the next speaker, and he
pnt in a large portion of his time quot
ing John Sherman against annexation
in the secretary's hook of memoirs, as
contrasted with John Sherman for an
IHIITT 1N RK.l.ti TWELVE MILLIONS
1raa There ftaa rtresi a lleereaae of
Caj.Ii ia Iha Trra.ary.
WashltiKton, Feb. 2. The monthly
statt rru-nt of the public debt Kucd yes
terday shows that at the close of busi
ness llom'ay the debt less cash in the
treasury Amounted to !l.bll.701.3S. an
lr.cr.'Ate for the month if $12.iS3.771.
This i urease Is aettiuntcd for by the
decrease In the Amount of cash on hand.
The debt Is recapit uiuted as follows:
lntcrejt-barlEK tiebt. 47.:C810; debt
on Ahleh Interest has ceased since ma
turity. ll.3.'S.;iO -.debt bearing no inter
est. i-.lf7S.774: total. 11,233.173.114. The
treasury cash is classified as follows:
4?old. t:C0.7J1.5.M; silver. i.no.615.1CO; pa
per. SletMlCtSi!: bonds, deposits in na
tional banks, disbursing oflicers' bal
ances, etc., I ll.33S.10Si; total. 133.1:8,008
against which there are demand lia
bilities outstanding ameunting to JS29.
3.12. leaving a r.et cash balance In
cluding the gold reserve of I223.S71.7SS.
The monthly comparative 5tatoment
statement of the government receipts
And expenditures shows that for the
month of January the receipts aggre
gated 137.JJ3.6rS. and the expenditures
:S..T11. leaving a surplus for the
month of l:6.17. The miscellaneous re
ceipts fcr January Include IS.aCS.tOl re
ceived during the month from the sale
of the t'nkn Faclfic railroad. Exclud
ing this Item the receipts arr.ount to
tiS.7SS.2r7. leaving a deficit for the
month of 17.9il.484. Deducting also the
payments during November and De
cember on account of Pacific railroad
Indebtedness, amounting to H3.J03.S22 lr.
receipts and 13.449.3CS in expenditures,
the receipts and expenditures sinceJuly
1. 1S37. amount to 1167.337.37S and !239.
4t9.201, respectively, showing a deficit of
fll.Wl.iCl Since July 1 the government
has pAid cut on pension Account nearly
The monthly statement of the comp
troller of the currency shows the totsl
circulation of national bank r.ctes on
Jan. I!. 1S37. to have been tiirt 444.1 C. a
d-?crase for the year of t,c.17. and
a decrease for the month cf !2.4S3.:75.
The circulation bAsed on United States
kv'Di Amounted to 1137:1, a de
crease for the year of 110.462.412. end a
decrease fo the month of 13.421.794. The
circulation secured by lawful money
aggregated 123,720.607. an increase for
the yearr of lll.Stf9.233. and an increase
for the month of 1936,41. The amount
of registered bonds on deposit to secure
circulating notes was 1213.4S7.C30 and to
secure public deposits 133.S32.300..
The monthly statement of the direc
tor of the mint shows the total coinage
at the United States mints during Jan
uary, 1S97, to have been 13.129,010.
BOOSE VELT ON CIVIL SERVICE,
ays the Merit System Work. Inconceivable
Improvement All the Tlnie.
Washington. Feb. 2. Theodore Roose
velt. astistaU secretary cf the navy,
was before the senate committee on civ
il service ye.terduy. Speaking of hU
rraetiial experience Roosevelt said he
had found that the civil service system
had worked inconceivable improvement,
lie had observed this both in his pesi
tlon an police commissioner in New
York and as assistant secretary of the
navy. Referring especially to the navy
department he dwelt at Feme length
upon what he pronounced the abuses
undtr the former system. He said that
In the navy yard the "spoils system"
had lecome so intolerable under Secre
tary Tracy that the secretary had been
compelled to adopt a registration ays
tent. Roosevelt said he had investigated the
employment tf labor In ell the big navy
yards on the Atlantic coait personally,
and that at Mare Hard by deputy, and
that the commanding officers had with
out exception con-.mer.ded the change
from the old tystem to the new, saying
in mrst Instances that the improvement
was beyond belief, both an.or.g the la
borers and In the clerical departments.
The commandants had testified that
without exception the work was better
done and more quickly done than for
merly. I'residrnt Dole at the While House.
Trasliir.gtt.n. Feb. 2. The niost elab
orate entertainment of the present cfll
clal season marked the welcome of Pres
ident IVlo, .f Hawnii, at the White
House last evening. The party was
much too large to be accommodated in
the state dining room, and the table
was laid in the corridor behind the great
stained glass wrecn. In the Hast Room
the president and Mrs. MeKinley, Vice
President and Sirs. Hobart; the gucsls
of honor. President and Mrs. Dole, and
th members of the cabinet received the
other guosts for a short space tif time
before repairing to the table. Resides
almost the entire cabinet, and all the
cabinet ladies, there were fourteen sen
ators. Speaker and Mrs. Reed and elev
en representatives. Chaur.ccy M. De
pew was also present.
Cnele Sam'. Cereal .I'rodnrt ion.
Washington, Feb. 2. The tinal esti
mates of acreage, production and value
of the crops la the United States for
1SD7. made by the statistician of the de
partment of agriculture, are as follows:
Corn. F0.er;.101 acres, 1.902.9C7.923 bush
els. Jr.01.r.72.r."2 value; wheat. 39.463.CC?
aires, MO.Kfl.KS bushe, f 428.347.1:1;
oma. .,-,v.wi ttcter, ti?n,u,aev nuneis,
1147.47.719: rye, l.TC3.3til acres, 27.J63.
.114 bushels. 112.2.T".47; barley. 2.T19.116
; acres. 6.fih3.127 busln Is, 1S.UJ.139; buck
wheat. .1..S.6 ativs. 14.99. ,451 bus-hc'13,
New National 1'b.h Cnramisntoncr.
Washington, Feb. 2. Rowers, who
was ve-Fterday appointed fish commis
sioner. Is a resident of Martir.sburg, W.
Va. He is a man of middle age, and is
engaged in various lines of baisness,
farming among others. He is a man cf
wealth, and has given much cf his leis
ure time to the study of fish culture,
which has been a subject of especial In
terest to him for many years, during
the greater part of his life indeed.
Ilono Pprnil a Comparatively Qnirt Iay.
Washington, Feb. 2. The house de
voted moft of the session yesterday to
the District of Columbia appropriation
bill, but had not completed it at the
time cf adjournment Some politics
were injected into the debate Just at
the close. Refore the District bill was
taken up several bills and resolutions
cf minor Importance were passed.
The village of Weissenburgbad, in the
i Rorncsc Oberland, has been destroyed
Yesterday was Chicago's coldest day
this winter, the temperature going to
minus 3 degrees.
I The consolidation of the Tradesmen's
(National bank and the Clinton bank.
New York city, is Announced.
A spinning miil at Ogglono, Lom
, bardy, has collapsed, killing five per
sons and burying others In the ruins.
I J. J. McCafTcrty has sold the famous
, race hor?e Requital to E. C Cowden,
j who will probably retire him to tho
I Jim Ccrbett says he has retired from
the ring until the public forces Fitz
' Simmons to meet him. Now let us have
J quit t.
I Nine men effected their escape from
, the Norfolk. Va., Jail, by sawing
through the bars of the rear basement
J Thomas L. Thompson. ex-United
States minister to Rrazil, committed
suicide at Santa Rosa, Cal., by cutting
I his throat.
Agents of the government secret ser
, vice are in Kansas City Investigating
j the appearance there of a counterfeit
12 silver certificate.
President Dole, of Hawaii, has ac
jeepted an invitation to visit Buffalo,
N. Y.. as the guest of the Pan-American
Joseph Hollman, a well-known Chica
go r.ewsraper man. Is lying at the point
i of death at Springfield. Ills. He has
long been in feeble health.
Henry Truelsen was re-elected mayor
of Duluth yesterday over Elmer F.
Mitchell (Rep.) by a majority of about
1.200. He was the Populist-Democratic
A resolution has been Introduced in
he New York assembly censuring Unit
ed States Senator Murphy for voting
for the Teller silver resolution, and ask
ing him to resign.
I Frank P. Moran, the veteran minstrel,
has secured a license at Philadelphia to
wed Jessie Miller, an actress. She is
' said to be 20 years old. while the pros
pective groom is over "0.
The Republican League of Oregon, In
state convection, indorsed tbe St. Louis
financial plank, and approved President
,McKinlsy's administration and the
course of Secretary Gage on the fioan-
PLOTS THREE CRIMES
Hew a Chicago Husband Set Up
a Plan to End the Wees
of His Life.
HIS WIFE 13 HI JAIL FOB LAEGEXT,
Anil Ho Kindly Scmlt Her Carbolic Arh
wish Instructions to Take It at 3 a. m- at
Whirl, lime Ho Will Kill Himself ami
Their Rahy . riaffied by the rolb-c Miir
drr In West Virginia Day'a Deviltry
Chicago. Feb. 2. Plans for a double
suicide and murdor were ivid Monday
night by Charles Reynolds, a laborer,
living at Scuth Sangamon street, but
th? plans wer.-fiu ttatcd by Lieutenant
Revere and oliirers from the Lies
plaines street po'.k-o station. Reynolds'
intentions were to have his wire. Mintiie
Reynolds, comtr.lt euicide by driiikitis
carbolic acid In her ceil at the i'es
plaines rtrcct station at 2 o'clock yes
terday morning. At the same hour hi
was to murder their 13-months-oid child
by cutting its throat. The plans were
then to be completed by Reynolds cut
ting his own throat, so that all three
would die at the same hour and raoinont
Carbolic Aebl with the Toad.
Mrs. Reynolds was arrested Jan. 21
and locked up on a charge o larceny.
Being unable to furnish bonds she was
placed In a oell to be held
untl Jan. 21, when she was
to be given a hearing. The husband
made every effort to secure the releasj
of his wife, but without success, and
becoming discouraged he decided to end
the lives of all three. At midnight Mon
day he called at the Desplaines street
station with a basket of food for his
wife. Leaving it with Desk Sergeant
Quinn he returned to his home. As is
customary the basket wa9 searched,
and a bottle full of carbolic acid was
found concealed at the bottom of the
basket. This the officers removed and
then carried the basket to Mrs. Reynolds.
Police Get There in Time.
The woman found a note in the baske.
instructing her to drink the acid and
telling her of her husband's intention
to kill the child and himself. It was
after 1 o'clock, and after reading the
contents she uttered a series of cries
and fell half fainting in her cot. Quickly
she explained matters to the lock-up
keeper, who in turn Informed Lieuten
ant Revere. Summoning Desk Sergeant
Quinn the lieutenant hurried to
Reynolds" home on Sangamon
street, and after considerable diiliculty
gained an entrance. Reynolds made no
attempt to deny what he was going to
do and was locked up, while the baby
was turned over to the matron of the
W EsT VinciMA COUNTS ONE.
Nf-ro Lynched for Killing a Man. His
Hotly Itldtlled Mini Left Hanging.
Pmmwell, W. Vn., FcT. 2. William
Bailey, a desperate negro who less than
a month ago was released from state
penitentiary after serving three years
for Involuntary manslaughter, was
lynched Monday night by a mob. Railey
during Monday evening shot and In
stantly killed Harry Draper, a well
known citizen who was watching at the
N. and W. tunnel and station, because
Draper had refused to Set him walk
through the tunnel, Railey had been in
Jail but a few hours when a mob ar
rived, a!id after firing a few shots at
the guards about the Jail to frighten
them away proceeded to batter down
the doors. On reaching the prisoner a
rope was lied about his neck and he
was dragged to the nearest tree, where
he was strung up.
More than fifty shots were then fired
into his body by the lynchers and his
remains were allowed to hang in the
open air all night and the body was
frozen stiff yesterday morning. It is
reported that the lynching was wit
nessed by half as many women as men,
-h cheered their Hcge lords, and after
the negro's body had been shot Into
shreds crowded about the mangled re
mains. They Were Both "llmt Citizen."
Birmingham, Ala., Feb. 2. A desper
ate oucounter occurred on the streets of
Opelika yesterday between V. J. Sid
dell, clerk cf the circuit court, and I.
F. Carden, a prominent business man
of that place. The contest over the
Opelika postofflce led up to the diffi
culty. Siddell attacked Carden with a
pocket ktdfe, wounding him badly in
the head. Carden then drew a revovler
and fired four shots, one of which pene
trated Siddcli's back, completely par
alyzing him. Siddell will die.
A LETTER TO WOJIEN.
A few tvortls from Mrs. Smith, of
Philadelphia, v.-ill certainly corroborate
the cla.m that Lydia . Pinkhani's
Vegetable Compound is woman's ever
"I cannot praise Lydia E. rink
ham's Vegetable Compound too highly.
weeks I was in
ing with in
flammation and conges
tion of the
had a dis
the time, I
able; but as soon as I would put my
feet on the floor, the pains would
Every one thought it was impossi
ble for me to get welL I was paying Si
per day for doctor's visits and 75 cents
a day for medicine. I made up my mind
to try Mrs. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound. It has effected a complete cure
for me, and I have all the faith in the
world in it. What a blessing to wo
man it isS" Mrs. Jessie L. Surra, Ko.
324 KanJEinaji St., Hulatfelphia, Pa.
AN OPEN LETTER
WE ARE ASSERTING IN THE COURTS OUR RIGHT TO TUB
. EXCLUSIVE USE OF THE WORD "CASTORIA - AT
PITCHER'S CASTORIA," as our traiuc'iiark.
7, DR. SAMUEL PITCHER, of Wjannis, Massachusetts
was iks originator cf "PITCHER'S CASTCRIA," the same
that has borne and docs now tr. .- on, every
bear the facsimile signature cf 1 t&ZuZa wrapper.
This is the original PITCHER'S CASTORIA,' uhich has been
used in the homes of the Mothers of America fcr over thirty
years. LOOK CAREFULLY at tho wrapper and see ihat it is
the Mud yon have always bougld cn the
has the signature cf Cz&ffi&2U wrap
per. iVo one has autJwriig from mo to use my name ex
cept Tho Ccnicur Company of which Chas. H. Fletcher w
March S. lS3fT. &y-,.r.
Do Not Bo
Do not cnclingcr the life of your child 1y accrptinrj
a cheap substitute which some druggist may offer you
(because he makes a few more pennies on it), the in
gredients of which even he docs not know.
"The Kind You Have Always Bought"
BEARS THE FAOSIM1LE SIGNATURE CF
Insist on Having
Tho dTliat Never Failed Toil
Th olfl Flit and Ttu) trad
Lists Frtaptly Paid
Altai as low as any railatJt: easa!.y eaa atari.
Your yairat a 1 (oUt-ifta
Represents the followfcc well
known Fire and Acci cnt Insur
Boebaatar Gavca Int Ca
Buffalo GAraua " ...
BucbaMr, K T
. Enfalo, N Y
. Jfanchestar, N B
titsmaa Fira -
!aw HaauAlil; " .
fidelity ard Casualty ." ...
Office corner Eighteenth atroet and
Second avenue, second floor.
Jawed building stone
Ashlar tod trii&roings
For ehe&pneia, doiabllllj and
beauty excelled by none. Thli
tone doee cot waih or color the
wall with alkali, etc. Plant tent
ni for estimate will receive
careful attention and be retarded
promptly at enr expense.
Quarries is milei from R ci
Island on tbe C, B. A Q. B. B.
Trains Not. ft and 10 will stop
and let visitors off and on.
Bridge stone, corn crib
blocks and feendttion
stone any size d&slrel
Samples of Stone and Photos of
BoUdJngs can be sen at Boom
No. 13, Hltohell Lynda's bulld
Arthur Bnrrall, manager,
Rock Inland or Coiona, ILL
White Seal saloon
1B15 Sccood Annuo. ; .
THE TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
CHICAGO. K'tOK ItASirTftPAlFroBAll
way Tickets can M pa rehired or kaaase
ctiexketl at KUf Twentieth at net depot, of
C K 1 & P depot, con er Fifth avenae and Tatttv
Arat atraat, Frank U Plummer, Attest.
1 65 am
Hi: mi um
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t Cock Isand A Wwhit aton
t 'htrugn Jt !) Moi j-t
Hock Linl rtmart Acrom
K ck Inland A It-noklyn Ac.
X M n atlncvu Wiltot... . .
t JIM'S am
k r.:Uft am
7: 5 a
1 7:40 am
i ll am
10 .00 am
1 :) fto
1 1:40 am
t t: pal
Arrival, tbepartnra. JDmilr, axe pt Bandar.
All otUcra dil. Telephone 11193
bandnj eveninr a I ui iimd sieetwr will ha at
tlieeeitafirrll:ar, which will leave fur Chi
cago at S a. ra. Monday.
BURLINGTON ROUTB-C B Q BArr
way IVpot Flnt arenas sad SUtaaotl
treat, M 1 Young, Asjank
8t 'U, ApriufleM. Peoria
Bar n na Mon nontl
Clilcac". aterllrf, liaion
Peor a. Pf a datowo. Bar
llneion A Wen.
St. PanlA Minoeapolt. ....
HterllrS'. O intnn A Ilnhnnn.
1 1 45 pm1
T RO pm
til 0 am
fit. I. . k .ma, t 'i tk.L.
t h:o pm
fm'l :15 am
Daily. ta:l etc jt unnd.y
CHI JAC.n. MILWAl KEK A 8T PAUL Ball-w-y-lariti
A Wo, th res tero Dl.laloa
lienut Tf fliirili.'rm.t luin . .
aveimea. L U Greer, Agent. tiwu.
t 7:40 Amjt S:40pa
TKAINB tAaVB AaRiva
jftl't.!..': T:'m :P"
at raul bxprota 4110 am n -wi
freight nd Actommodatl-m "j?,"
Dally except Eanday.
ROCK ISLAND A PIOR'A RAILWAY
Het t Firt Armna and Twentieth street.
It Btokhoiae, Qen'l Tkt Agent.
TRAINS. Lata Aabiti
Sprli.gfield, Cliiciuiiail, i'eo- '.
ria, etc ... 10M vm
Peoria a Ktlxmt. Mall Bx... S.nsam 40 pm
Accomodation Fart Frelgbt. io-.n am
Sif"5'" 1.45 pm 11:15 am
I'eont Arcom rreliiht 7:inpm Inaam
C.ble A Mherrard aeeom.... uam B:SI pm
t'jtble Aerotnodation 8:40 am t SO nat
Cah and tcherrart Aeeom t: p- T 5S am
Plwiim, l.alM I a u - - n , u . 1 1
v d. i c i animal
arenne) depot Ave (5) mlnntaa aarller than tlma
ivn. Tral-e varaed daily, all other Ita as
43 Hours to
Lv Rock Is and B I A P 1 45 p
Ar Cincinnati! Big Four...- 7 10 a
Lv Cincinnattl Q A C 8 SO a
Ar Jacksonville F 0 A P 8 40 a 1
Bnt two (I) changes enronte,
both in Union Depot. Sleeper
Peoria to Ciecinnatti. Solid Ves
tibule Train, consisting of roll
man Drawing Room Boffet, and
Parlor Cafe and Observation
Car Cincinnatti to Jacksonville.
Reservation made through to
R I & P By.
Depot 20th str . Rock Island. '
B. ST0CX2I0USE Gen 1 Ticket Agt