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TH ABGUB, WEDNI.8DA.. FEBRUARY 23, 1898.
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tho ArtlUa ry DmbMI by MM Konato.
Waahingtc.r.. Feb. tL OaW usarpt'l
th Iace of flr.wnli la the executive
j". ficcer:irrri ! th Mata yeft. r iayanJ
as MdM tVHMltatlka f"r an hour or
fni'n-. This iriK i!!pr; tated upon
a CMXHWM I'teftnt'-U by Pa-naKr liir
pan ('. .M.iba.Tva as the nsult tt an in
terrlew bottrcen hlaiself and a Mr.
Kiftjp, uf I, ston. In rroentlnr; the aloe
un'.rnt S. i.tur ItWBM yald that Mr.
R r was a ear!;-i vhn had but re
MMtjr rL-;urr.-'! Trim C-ta after a m. st
MkMMIVl xili t.ttlo.t f th'.- l:lai:'!.
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I I. h r ului :"n m a r-ti-nosrnj'hic n
V rt of the lulti f lew In-iwa'-n Pi italor
Al' iran and JTi. K- :p. Th dorun-.ont
' mH ted of r.ui sttotis 'iy r'erator Slor
r 'ii n- 'I ffilltn I y lr. Kinip. Th lat
' : UhM he rail Icon In tlilrty-fctir
PIW1 ir. M rnd had WptUH more or less
t! .-. ir. in.li o th'.m in the rrcsecutiuti
f Ml ir.oulrit s.
Iiyiur; in Ureal uinlni.
N'o plare CC-Ml if Havana, he said,
Wflfl ary kflatl MMda to take enre of the
r. M tt4oay r.nd he irrlklHl that
Hi P- : re iyir.K In rrrrat ntimVrs
Ir :.!! ptW 'n whirr they had been erl-
Ic tth l I 1 1 1 B B-ll author
ItWl, 'i itii r a refiilt of the cruelty of
the Sj-aiiish tvi o s and for the luck if
!. He dtxlarcd that there was no
i 1. Dec in Um I l' VifiiP of a more lib
eral MMMast Oaf these unfortunate
p. npM i:i df r tl" BdlVatatstratiail of Gen
eral Blanc than Ukcn had bn under
the W'yler rrfyiim, and sai.l that the
I pit in 1 AM Ml in re in Jus; cs d '.--r-nll"
n":'; ti DC a as t'u-y had boon
before th cteVS. It no C-M WUC the
r . incwtlrk-ue aHowed to oetelAt
tl ' military pottl to MOcet food, and
White tin re vr : oir ehort In n-rtain
ln-tnii" 1 to crow imps In the inim.i dial-
Hddty of he i.wtisons these eror
: did rot rNtind more than"fi0yard3
fr. m the forts. He added that if tne
peofjle vcr to Ret out they
COD Id pt ennvgh to ent to keep soul and
h. 'iy 1 -. ;her. but that when evn
Smell rMldren attcn-.plrd to 10 .nitside
of the cuard lines iheye were shi ( down
ns ni'hlo'iy as if the were tier mil 1
In flrn-s. lie raid that he had MCB wo
men and children abused by the Span
ish 1 Idi'Ty pnd that a fnvorlt? paatiOM
d b lw fo k!k the women about
n? if they wen dagSa
Aiilumanir n I'jlliin,
Mr. K-iop also dovoti d considerable
sj o at BeWktflf Morgan's BUUeelltja
lo l be si V.eme of autonomy undtr the
I ibi ral njir.islry and paTOAOQAoed it a
failure from one end of tho island to
nnothi r. He kld that burifks- area at
a staritstill throughout the country,
that few crops were prowinr; and that
ati' n and ruin Starred ti e traveler
in tin- tees wMateer h- 'ont. as --.
ronseiii"nco property was mmh dipfe
ttaled if. valin- and the llle were
FTcitly rti- RTBgi da He said that tho
Beware eettawte was that tin- war had
ajrewdy KaaM d in the ItMS of 6fti.f00
llaes and Mr. Km p h!ms If did not con
!! r these f cur - r.act. rati .!. Their.
Wa- soiti" MMneal upon ih dtcummt
I BeMtOH Morgan. (lalliDcrr and 11a
t ti. but M eflMel action was taki n.
BsMl r Nil B said the statement was
n 1 nore thtn he had npeeted to hear,
and ! nator Olliiifier du lared that the
eJetwri u nn was a deplorable one.
He .-lid that tv yiais :ici h" had ad-vif-d
that the I"nil d States should In
t rvrr.e to jut a atop lo tho w-r and
I' at i vory devoloj ment sit.eo had enn
E MM d the wlsd. n of the suplgestion
church ari echo.d bulhJInrrs and grounds
for ko eminent purposes by the United
States military authorities during the
late war and all damajte claims result
ing from Boeei'llllrtat use of fuinishings
or materials in tliose baiiidings.
Rp-Iipf for Starring Calaatw.
Washington, Feb. 23. Hon. Charl.s
SUkaeoha afs.stant United States attor
ney in the department of justic?. has
reeetrad 3 Utter from I'nited States
Co m Kark' r at Fagua La Grarole,
Cuba, acknowledging the rroirt of re
lief money for the starving inhabitants
th? islriDd. Mr. Uuj.sell investigate-l
cenititior.s on the island last fa'll and
shoM two areeki .iro receJred a letter
from Consul Batb r appaling for sup
C.rr.Tilin: cf Arid I.ini!-..
WaS-tastoa, Feb. 23. Representative
Shanoth. of Colorado, introduced a bi'.l
ftaU rdcy granting to the respective
state.-? in which truy are situated ail
urid l.;ndrs i: th" United BtSUe not held
for 1: ilitary of Indian reservations or
other public rurp ses. These are denned
to he iands not m:m-ral, which will pro
duce BfricaltonJ crops only Ly aitiiieiai
Ili'.ltlrih'.p tc.rie Washington.
Wh-hlt a , Feb. ;3. The senate yes
lerday pasn i a resolution dhreettas Hw
comr.ht e en naval affairs to ascertain
If a ship t.i : ? equal to any in the world
and. to in- Daaned the Qeutge Wasbina
tot. 1 an he baOt within one year in
Uniud Stat s --l.ipyan'.s.
rrrslilt iit In Viihiuf;tor Aaraln.
Washington, Frb. J3. The presidnt.
neca-mpanir d by Seiretaiy Porter, rc
tatned to Wassinatoa last even'.na:.
TWO PfiIDENT8 MAY MEET.
I'nited SMaa aud Mexican xccutlvc In
vited to I'lttabiirg.
ritt'-tiurg'. Feb. 23. Pittsburg may
I have the pU-asure of entertaining the
! executive i of the two greatest repub
lics of the American continent. Some
! Uaae ago an ir.vitatinn was extended to
j President H.az to include Pittsburg in
t h:s itinorary through the United States.
. To this a most favorable response was
' mud:-, and now ? efTort is being made
1 to have him hrc March IS, the date of
' the Cbantbcr of Commerce's annual
baniiui t. There is every reason to be
lieve that this invitation, too, will bo
faorably acted ui on.
An invitation has been extended to
President MeKir.ley, and. as the presi
dent Rcuei ally aecepta Pittsburg's fan
rttatlons. It is not tniiirobahle that
among the guests at the b.imiuet table
win be the two presidents.
DYIHG REQUEST GRANTED.
Funeral Service Over the Remains of Mi ha
Wlliiird at Clmrchvillc, N. Y,
Churehville, X. Y., Feb. 23. Funeral
: services over the remains of Miss
Frances E. Wiilard were held in this
village at 11 o'clock yesterday. The
special train conveying the remains and
tho officer:: of the national organization
arrived at In o'clock and the body was
; taken imno- liatcly to th- Congrrg;-
j tio.nal churih. It was Miss WUlard'a
dying request that her body shouid U?
' brought here 1 D the way to Kvanston.
j The pricession Uuxmgh the village
Was very large and passed the OOttase
' on .Main ktre t v here Was Wiilard was
born. The mo vices were of n simple
chirm ter. Brief addresses were made
by the paster of the church, and by
Mrs Barker, national treasurer of the
W. C T. V. At the close of the ser
tcea the body was taken at once to
': the railroad BtatJoa where a special
train was in waiting to carry the fu
neral jiarty to Chicago.
NEW YORK CHARTER DAY.
l'rnpoaed Programme for a Three Days'
MeW York. Feb. 23. At the meeting
of the charter day committee the pro
gramme for the three days' celebration,
as at present outlined, was submitted to
ex-Mayor Thomas F. Gilroy. chairman
ui the plan and scope committee.
It has been decided that the celebra
tion shall continue three days. May 3,
4 and 5. The first day it is proposed to
have a naval parade, followed in the
evening by literary and historical exer
cises if it number of halis throughout
the boroughs of Manhattan and Brook
lyn. There are to be fireworks of a
symbolic character in the public
squf.res. The second day. which, it is
expected, will be a legal holiday
throughout the state, there will be a
military parade, a grand reception anda
ball in the evening, with fircwirks In
the public squares. The third day thire
is to he a parade of the commercial and
industrial men. with a banquet in the
evening. It is believed that the pro
gramme? will eventually be adopted
without much change.
SCORES SALVATION ARKY.
Kansas City llergyinan Object, to the
Methods of Gen. ltootlu
Kansas City. Mo., Feb. 23. At the
regular weekly meeting of the Congre
gational ministers General William
Booth, founder of the Salvation Army,
who is touring this country, and his
army were made the subject of an at
tack by Dr. James G. Dougherty, of the
First Congregational church of Kan
sas City. Ka. The sentiment expressed
by Mr. Dougherty was later in.Iois d by
the other ministers present. Qetterai
Booth his left for Denver after holding
a three days' revival in this city. Some
remarks reported to have been uttered
by the leader during his stay here led
to the discussion.
JNtQc tabic Ircparafioafbr As
tiy. Saik 1-1-lDov.els d
ExpoUod by Lydia B. Pinkhcin'o
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KcCoy s New Earopean Hotel
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Imrrii'tirr.l4 firstinr JT5X0.(0 hire
bM Kern iai."lartaal, and the botise no
oflp-t r pry at nrnience to be lounJ i.i any
: . . J rj h-.f anJ !J ajtrr. elctctru
K(M jr.j vtfim heat kt every room.
Kttrt ti tmm per Uiy aoU upward.
I, it cbi iitiurnt m connection,
w ILUAM HcvOY. Owaer and Prarkier
WASHl.Nr.TON'i NATAL IAV.
CHkkaaMsa at ihr Hastaaal capital ua
WahiniTton. Feb. 23. Tho rc '.ration
rf Washington's birthday at the capital
MB tir.usaally q-ilt. The departments
-.a re i : -d i xe pt the navy department
wh"r- a few ofl i ds remained to handle
Dt ci-nt I ustness in DaaMCtS n with the
Maine disaster. The prin: Ipal street
larale was that of the Hith School
I I rog'mPnt. which wns reviewed by
A' i t u.t .-' ori.e; M ii.. Uohn. General
Hi na A. Milis. the district c.mrr.is
Stoat ra. a largi parly of s. nat rs and
r , t- nl t g an '. fl.ci : from all th
regular army porta in and about the
rily. Various local militia companies
also pared' d for thlr owo cdirieation.
f the indoor meetings, the most in
t' rating was that of the Sons of (ha
Anericar. Itevoiuilon. where. aftr a
pi. l'ed rortcst. tW resolute as ( n
tairlng reference to Cuba and the
Maine disaster acre both voted down.
The Oldest Inhabitants associati n he'.d
Its annua: n t'.ng and read theDeeiara
ttsa of Indr-pendeace aa has boon Its
custom on this day from time im
mcnvrlal. The Washington Monu
ment association, whos- members are
the official guardians nf the great white
shaft. h Id its usual meeting and re-ele-ted
ollicora. The Daughters of the
American Revolution and the Children
of the American Revolution also met
and signalized the day by appropriate
CaaarrrM la Itripf.
Washington. Fib. 23. In the senate
Hawley reH'taed the bill for the tn-crr-aso
of the artillery arm rf the army
by two regiments. It was ostd.
Under tho latitude alien id in general
'! 1 it- ii appr..pi iati' n bills Johnson
iR'p.i of Indiana created romewhat of
a sensation in tha- house by an em
phatic speech opposing Hawaiian an-nexatlcD.
Interview With Mrs. II. A. Lombard.
I have reason to thinlc that I would
not be here now if it had not been for
I.ydia E. Pinl.ham's Vegetable Com
pound. It cured ice of a fibroid tumor
in uiy womb.
Doctors could do nothing forme, and
they could not cure me at the hospital.
I will toll you about it:
1 had been in my usual health, but
had worked quite hard. When my
monthly period came on, I flowed very
badly. The doctor p-aVc me medicine,
but it did mc no pood. He said the
flow must lc stopped if possible, and
he must find the cause of my trouble.
Upon examination, lie found there
was a Fibroid Tumor in my womb, and
pave me treatment without any benefit
whatever. About that time a ladv
called on mc. and recommended Lydia
E. Pinlthain's Vegetable Compound,
said she owed her life to it. I
said 1 would try it, and did. Soon
after the How became more natural and
regular. I still continued taking the
Compound for some time. Then the
doctor made an examination again,
and found everything all right. The
tumor had passed away and that dull
ache was gone Mrs. it. A. Lombaud,
Box 71, Westdale, Mass.
Will Meet Next In Chicago.
Cincinnati. Feb. 23. The executive
committee of the International Associa
tion of Distributors, w hich is an organi
za'tion of persons engaged in the dis
tribution of signs and other forms of
general advertising has by a vote taken
by mail, decided to hold the next an
nual meeting in Chicago, July 19 to 22
next. The vote was received yesterday
by W. H. Steinbrenner, chairman,
of this rity. Joseph Reed, of Kan
sas City, is president of the association.
Suicide of a Secretary of Legation.
St. Petersburg, Feb. ?3. Senhor H.
Venture, secretary of the Portuguese
legation here, has committed suicido
here by shooting himself with a re
volver at the house of a lady with
whom he had quarreled.
Boyhood Companion of Lincoln Dead.
Hodger.ville. Ky.. Feb. 23. Austin
Goilaher died yesterday, aged 93 years.
Gollaher was the boyhood companion
Of Abraham Lincoln. They were born
on adjoining farms and attended school
together. Gollaher saved Lincoln at
the risk of his own life from drowning.
Mr. and Mrs. Gladstone have gone to
Shortstop Herman Long thinks Bos
ton will again win the pennant.
Six horses have been declared out of
the Suburban handicap, among them
Senator White, of California, has
stated that he will not be a candidate
Hon Armstrong defeated Yank Kc-n-rtey
in five rounds at the America
The plan to hypnotise Mnrderer Moshik
when he rS executed at St. Paul March
IS has been given up.
Spain has nine powerful warships at
the Philippine islands ready to sail for
Cuba at aa hour's r.otice.
The Irish local government bill was
presented in the Lritish house of com
nn ns ami passed to second ieading.
Scurvy has developed among the min
ers at Denver to such an extent that
there are now seventeen cases in the
public hos i:al.
Dr. Sauarelli is reported to be meeting
with great success in Brazil in his work
Of preventing and euiing yellow fever
by his new serum
Xc. bold H. Trotter, of Media, Pa.,
the well-known animal painter, died at
Atlantic City, X. J., after a three weeks'
illness. Be w-as 70 years old.
The British battleship Victorious,
which was ashore for some time off
Port Saic necessitating her being light
er' d, has safely traversed the canal.
Mayor Vsn Wyek refused to speak to
Captain Kulate, of the Spanish cruiser
Vhccajra, when the latter formally called
upon him as the official head of the New
York rity government.
John Mulligan, president of the Con
OecUcnt River railroad and one of the
brst-known railroad men of New Kng
lani. died at his home in Springiield,
Wit . of diabetes, aged 7S years.
A b'.mb was exploded at Montpeller,
France, at the residence of M. Messir.e,
a f. rmer president of the chamber of
commerce. Serious damage was done,
but there was no loss of life.
The thirty-third annual meeting of
the Illinois Press association has open-d
in Odd Fellow.V hall at Springfield.
President Charies XI. Linney, of Vir
ginia, delivered the annuel ajdreso.
Tkrarid Rcst.Coniflins ndll-x
OpwnT.Mcrpt:ine nor 5rrai
Not Nab CO-ICS
an i- rr "t .tM
Vf Va .
- - -
ArifTfeci ilmicdv for Const-as
tioii. Sour 5toiich.Prrtoea.
mm ond Lo ss of Sleek
ftotSiEale Signature of
vs tiN TT! ft
Cw.rrls tt 111 np ta ntt- jiip bettlpa nab- It
set :clj in bulk, Des't tiio airtaa ta ull
Hm-raibf alt ea the f.!ra or tirnalat tbat It
al is "just at rrcnf asd ' 111 auvat every par.
pcjB ww-wm it tea ,jet ii.-!-T-v-a-i-a
fkXCT Wr UT fatAMW M,
I Cat ho jdP
Tba old r.r ia4 Tina-triad
'.'ODipatsl'ja liaerase- iti.
C-S'.pi u lo at er.y paDadla; eaatpaa rat- M m
Voir .-iv.nitBge la Killeiaoi
Keprosnils the follow tm well
known Firo and Acci ent InsQi
St' -iriitar iSaT-jis- las 0
P-r ilo cf er.e A-
Fidelity aid Cataaltj
. ... .Ha Tor.
.. F ertile, W V
XaiHstar, R U
Office oorner Eighteenth street and
Second avenue, second floor.
Big Gas Bills
uau tor vottirinoni ot air i
w asnington. Feb. 23. The house com
mittee qn war claims h.a ask - J for a
rule retting apart a day during thla
month for the consideration of the bill
authoiixing the secretary of war to in
vestigate and provide for the payment
of all claims for use aid occupatioo of
Are frequently csnscii by
bad gai-fittieg. Poor tips sod burn
ers poorly pot on--joints badly made,
connections faultj! It doesn't take
many leaks to increase your gas bill
a dollar or so a month. Better have
us inspect your gas outfit and put it
into perfect order.
The same is true of our plumbing.
UrraaaaoT. i Of 7
ii2. 114 west Seventeenth Street Telephone 1148
f R. CHAMBERLIN,
For the Following Safe
and Uebable Compei-ss-w- i
Trsdtrs Int. Oo.,. Chicago
I'ltortdwe Waohingtoc Ics,Or provide not
IraiariillLa Co., Lor 4m
Caiairloctan I'M. Oo........ Bdhibnrvk
KngUak-Aeierioan Ins. CO.,
Usiurpooi and Honralk
Paette las. Co New York
Bone Biatrial las, 00 ban Frai c.BCO
OOioe Room SO Milobell A
Blook. Telephone No. 1030.
THE TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
SHtCAGO. ROOK ISLAND A PACIFIC RAIL
y Tt'-keta can k pareaaaad or kagcag
eld at R I P Twentieth a'reet depot, ot
C K IA Y cS ;ot, corner Fifth avenoe and TrJrty
Irat tueet, Fraak H Plunmer, AKenU
Da-i v. r L m t d a umali Z . .
Kt Wnnh I), ntur a K C...
M nneapo is
CkM a hi,.: In-- Volnep
i'lniih A Miim au!is
taaaha Moi as 111 ...
; i.i aba av Minneipoilp Hi .
rv :r, incoin A Omaha. .
8t ewi i. V Ml .ii a: n '
l nvi r, -t Worth at K C...
t ock Ip and Hiflu-iMi
chii turn a D atataaa. .
Rock laliin i t ataaH Acroru
Krok Ipiaiid at B-ooklynAc
ina atinc via WiHoi
10: si pm
p :l:ii ai
t 4 :.'"i am
t 3:1X1 la
I 9::m pm
I im pm
I :i t. am
p 4 ss am
in 10 i m
l:-tl ,m 7:1a n
I -Mpm; a:Alam
b:V pm 1 Hi i m
8:15 pm t fi : li pa
Arrival. tDepartore. tDally. axept Saoday.
All other dill. Telephone Wad
Stinday evening a Pulimin ali-ener will be at
(he .tenet aficr 11 :or. which wm eaTe for (;.
ekga at 3 a. m. Mot.: iy.
BTJHLINGTON ROUT -C B m O -Alt,
way Depot First avonaa and filxleaata
rireet, M J Yonng, AgesU
St h, "rriifflc!. Peoria
Rnr : i . via Mon ao.itb
Ch'eapr, sierlirg, clunon
Peer a, liadttiwa, lijr
llnuton A et
St. Van! a Mlnneapo'l. ....
Sterlirir. C i'toi a Dohnqn
St. L , K nap Ci . Denvrr
a i'a- uoa t vtaiipio.1,
lspte I anaira
7 :00am T:-J0 pm
t 7:40 am t SttOpm
7 wi pm 8:10 am
VVl;mt ?:40 pm
.lally. )i ly eieei sandy
CBICAOO. MILWAUKBR ST PAUL Rail
w y -Racine a so ilnvrtiern Dlvialoa
l-a:it Ti n il lb s'ri'ut, betwi eo Klrat and eecond
aviauce. L R Oreer, Agent.
TftAlNM .kin ABiiiTa"
21,' xV'crr 7:0 am S:M pm
St faal Bxpasaj 4. an ,,.;, '
Krciehtaml accommodalion sio.lan so am
Daily exc pt Sunday.
ROClt ISLAND a PSOR'A RAILWAY
Dep-1 First Avenao and Twentieth unit.
R gtuskhoise, Qen'l Tk't Agent.
TRAIN", Lsats Aaaiva
Sprlrgflpld, Cincinnati, Pco-
tic ajni pm
Peoria a St bonis Wall Kx... S.m am 6:40 pm
Accomodation Fart Freight. 10:30 am
Kxpre-s... . 1.45pm 11:15 am
Pe ni Acco-n Freight 7:mpw l:."l im
C hie Sherrard aceom haDiaa n:iii nm
cihle Aceomodauon K :40 pm
Cib'e and Bberrart Awcom . Mat pro 7:as am
Pappoiiger trains leave C R I a P (Moliaa
avenue) depot dve (5) mlnntea eariler thn time
aiven. Tral- narked dally, all other tra na
daily except Sonday.
ugene J. Burns
Bafara anil Alter l'pinc
Lijaae s . bw w.ih a wniTTtS orr.a:.Tr.
pif.i. r-iocxcal I'ciwa-rianHt
ry KmiipiDiip froa pay auat. If
tronblpp Ira. t,, coapBBiptiou cr iahn
ay malt, c boup forks, ii w.tt. . .Ir
awrlt-.a-ti r :amnta i" cur. or r-III'.'
4rappPA lICDICUa CO.. cie"
For aala by A. I. Balta dragg. '
Buy, Seh ao4 Maoage
property. Collect Rents
The old fire aud time
tried company repre
aosated. Ratc3 p low
as any reliable ccmpaoy
Tcnr Fatrnaage is .Iclieited.
O&ee 1:1 j, Baocad A
are the most fatal
FOLEY'S KIDNEY C
t GUARANTEED reri.
r money refunded, t
tains remedies recogni..
hv flll pminPflt nhveiria
is the best for Kidney aiiV
Klntidr trniiklsa. V
Price sec. and $t
So d by II F Babnsea.
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