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want that little food ol the best. The United States Govern
ment guarantees toe Ag: and Purity c every bottie of
trough its Internal Revenue Officers at the dtti!'?ries. at
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Arcaitaeta aad Sitrttiajwit
Executor s Notice
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a ar ta ha, anil aad ir,:ant of Anna it
wat' r. lata of th- count of kurk Island, Mu a
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all) am-r aafn the Cvnnti eour of Mock Island
mti, at ta " j coan moat, la
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t- tfa- Wont? la At.r I aait, at which umt
1 at ' har-t r . r . a-ir-t .aid estate art
?'m naaul i to aurad, lot Um parpoaa
af t.r.aa the Mat adjaatad.
Pfoaa tadatitrd to aald aataic art ra
awiUp waka lMa4taia pajajcat to UM aa
Hatad ta. atu day af January. A D.. If
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aVaw r.f lciom u nhirn
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auta af l.adwtf uhiM( n, 1 4a :f Uw
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daraar hrrray rim aotlcr thai a i afataWi
war Wfdr taa t coan of kmc Ularm
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a ut aad reoncatrJ 1m atund, for lha (mnoaa
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aaaaa iwwaaiata pafaMMt ta taa aaaar-
Ua nth dar o FrHraarr A. Tt., lax
hair llciaaaa. Adalai-tratrii.
VI lih will aanend.
K'U'axf otbrrlaa Marphr, drrra d
Taa i trn.B rl hating ic.n aptn'id xca
u r af th)r Ian wlli n-i tcHtaw.. .f ( atb' rtot-
"kh. Ura 4 lha rnaai; of Hick lalaao. !
f III io... acrrarwl h r. r,j t. a notice tha he
will afi.r hf.rr Ihr rrmntr r. nrt r Hoik I
aarl .ari. at ih rounty conn room In th. c It
if hk l-!an.. ai Ihe Mar term on tat fir.t Hon
laj ta v , nciu a-, w'i ch tiaw all rt Lar
iw cl n. acamat .!. n rwiiied ami
rt , ril i.i an a t fin i he pn r of htrir.c the
faaaa arfja.tcl All prrn. ladchttil wi aalu c
Utr art r'jnrred aaaha imwciliata pai ii.nt
luted ihia fit a dar rt F hraarr. A. O , Ma.
I n m i' i'i.'-m- . fx cntor.
AdnUnU trator'a Noiloa.
af Mire klrlnra.Ur. Airaaaaa
Taa aadaraWrrad haatan Dec a ar' etata 1 ad
! af tba ceiale of Muia Man
mai r. lata af lha coaatr of hock Ip !
araia nf lil'aola. decaaa rl. krrahr rlrra nolle
M m wlil .- ,-ar hefrvrr the anaBtr court of
ark la Ml tm,i,,i :h-n9cr of tha alrrhnf
' ri. la iaa utr " awek lalaad, h
M t-tax, oa tha firat Mirtidar la Mar
tan. a- atkt I iaa all ,,i ka1ar rUiaw
araia. aald aatate ar ntild aad raqaartcij ta
atunt f ta i'-v"' ''i.i.tr th ram. ad
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ia naaidu paracBl to ln a
li4 ta till da of V,rrh. A. D..l--
MM ft i.n.aa. Adaaraawraior.
IEMOVAL OF THE
Architectural Iron Works
)( Brass Foundry and
aar of H ... and I rM Rraaa aid
H- i t'aa iaa, I'attcra Maklnc aa t Wen
cral J .!. p-i-. rlf Raltc I Ma
aad Brae . ir-. Rai'lag Arcte.
liain aal I.m-i-.. Iroa Mar-. Itonr-,
Oaard a..d Sla't n.ttt.
Sh ip lid Ofl.oe Cor. of Second Avu.
ant Tweatr-lhirJ St.
wawTri City Railway
LM u it v in.
cCoy's New European Hotel
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jutt been complrttJ. arU th house now
ortm ftry cor.vemtncc to tv foun4 in n
hotel, :: u J hot and cold itf r, rlcctnl
iht -.! Mrim bi: in ever' room.
Kite 73 .tnts frr day and upwards.
First lat rf5:aura.it in connection.
WILLIA MiCOV. Owacr aad Praarkter
liar yon Sot Thnwt, T'.mptrB. Oippa
Oaiorad Spots A-v uj Soros. Clctrj
Maota. Uair-F.ll r- Write mx Rruxm
Oavno Maaonie T it p a. (Ticaau, 1 1., faa
"ira . raptiaL Uaw.Otjtt, Wot.
19 It SI daja. 100m
What the Judge Said to the Jury
Which Has Sheriff Martin's
Cam to Decide.
RESITS OF W0RKME5 LAID D0W7.
Both aa ta Tbeee TFho Wrlk aad Thoaa
a Do Sat a Special Ivllccce ta
artker la tha Matter of Contract Au
taarity af the Sheriff aad Daly ol
Ohedtoaee ta Bit Coaautaad Qaeationi
far the Jurara.
WllkCTbarr, Pa., March 9. It was
ftfr 4 o'clock when District Attorney
Martin rcncltidotl his (the final) address
In the ShrrllT Martin care yesterday.
Judfre Windward immediately brganhis
charge to the Jury. After defining the
varlou degrees of murder his honor
took up the question whether or not
uch conditions af disorder existed in
the r cirri prior to, Sept. 10. the date of
the fronting, ar to Justify the sheriff's
ax-tli n In railing nut tht posse romita
tus. Ha roricludod as foiions: "There Is
M In-.- oither by statutory enactment
or kf a declsii.r. .f our rourts to pre
text larn ring in n frcm rtnpping work
Bi rolng upon e strike whenever. In
th ir aara irlrlnn. it Is for their inter
est sn to do. Nor Is there any enactment
which makes it a (cnrt.iracry fr work
Incmrp in nny d"Mirtmrr.t of human
Industry to r. mMne together and by
niutucl pcreimcnt to refuae employ
i.-cnt L-r.tll there has been brought
al. .u: n sat!sfart ry adjustment be
tween their tmpi.iycni and themselves
upon th.- H nts at issue.
l.ilM-rty orCuntrarl .Not a Special t-riTllrge
"The liberty r contract Is not to be
lnfr:t.-d cither by the employed or by
the aBratawcr. as the caaaiafwr has no
right to compel a man to work who
dues r.nt wish to work, su al?o is it true
that the employe ha3 no right to rum-p-1
his fellow workman to quit work If
he arMtM to work. And the compulsion
di novrred hf t)(. nw is not alone that
tihlrh oonrists in actual physical force
applii'ii by one set of men ution another.
It may i onslst In a UMifa. of action
tencllng to overawe, or frighten, or
slampoile. .i ImmIv if rrn who are anx
ious in nrk. as well ns In lavinc a vlo".
IMM hand upon the Individual workmen
nnd foning thm by main rtiength to
nlumlon tin Ir emplow mi nt and unite
In a "Irike.
Italic- of the Sheriff and the Slob,
"It Is or Mainly true that both alW crt
Illicit. in sod al littimer lha Rreat
toBy i f strikers failed to obey the sher
iff whn he nril'Ti-d them to ilisperse,
r.nd lnlstod on pushing on. Nor can it
be- doubted that the sherlT had the
right. In the exercise of the discretion
veMid in him by law. to Issue the or
der. And if It was rlcht of the rhcriff
to con-.m.ir.d the rrawd la diietse then
It v as the duty f the rowd to ob"y his
cotr.ira.-.d. The rich! to give an orAta im
plies tha duty of elw l!onee to the order,
and lln hedlenoe to it Is evidence of a
rii'tni'. inirposo If I push on when the
fh.-iilT nrdirs M to slop I Aa so at my
pril. if curse this obligation of
obedience to n.e authority of the pcaee
ofTlier of the nunty la not confined to
tajki rfaia mot:.
RELATIONS WERE LESS STRAINED.
rablaet Inellne.l to Hope for Peace About
tha Maine Report.
Washington. March 9. In spite of nu
merous conferences of officials, of the
continuation of the preparations now in
progress on a large scale to put the
country In a state of defence, of the
outburst of patriotic apeeches In con
gress, there was a certain feeling ap
parent In the best Informed circles that
the situation as to our relations with
Spain was yesterday much more fa
vorable than it was Monday. Perhaps
the aemi-official advices received from
Madrid, indicating a peaceful purpose
on the part of the Spanish government,
contributed In large measures to that
feeling; or It may have been that the
growli:- knowledge of the vast extent
of our own resources tended to the be-1
Iter that ihey would impress others with
the futility of attacking the United
However that may be, the feeling
prevailed, and at the Wh'te House, too.
after the cabinet meeting, wherein all
of the farts that were known to the
president aa to the existing state of af
fairs were laid unreservedly before the
cabinet members and discussed. While
Captain Brownson is going abroad for
the government to learn what ships of
war are fur sale and their condition h
will not neeessnriiy make any pur
chases. As to the right to buy foreign war
ships, all authorities agree that such
purchases may be made even after
h .:,jlities have begun if the neutral
nation exorcises strict Impartiality be
tween the belligerents and the ships are
not arr.i .1 and outfitted ready for ser
vice. The trade of ship building is
recognized as a legitimate one. which
may lie tanietl on at all times. A good
deal Is being ac i mplishcd in the way
of preparation in both the navy and
war departments, (leneral Flas'.er, chief
roMI'.a. TO THE RI X M THE CASK.
Ten I'riirHt.lilona Tlint Are Self-Etidrnl
luiir a to th Trullnionjr.
"If nn are satlsflc l. gentlemen, from
the evidence that th" purpose of the
sheriff and of the posse was to pre
serve order and prevent riot, then It
would follow that their intent and ob
ject was not a criminal or unlawful MM
and the rule of lha law which make.-,
the ait of one the not of all. has no ap
plication to the facts of this case. I',
on the contrary, ym are convinced by
the e vidence that the sheriff's purpose
as a luse. malicious, and wic ked one.
then so far as he was concerned, and
SB far as the cb puiies were concerned.
If they understood his motive and acted
with the same intent, the fart of a
i rlmlral and unlawful o imbination
would I-- established, and then all the
defendants might be convinced, al
though the shot which look the life of
the deceased w af fired by a single one
of the defendant.". The aot of any one
would. In that event, be the act of all.
"After a careful examination of all
of th testimony I am prepared to say
thai the most, if not the only, material
questions in respeet to which the wit
nesses differ In their statements as to
Ihe occurrence at L.ittimor arc. first, as
to th- numlr of men who surrounded
the ateriff after his effort to arrest one
of the strikers: second, as to the firing
as it continued after the ranks of
the strikers had broken and were in
retr-ai. or did It cease when th- volley
was fired? The orders of the sheriff
were not hj fire unless he gave the
word, or unless his own life was in
danger and he was so situated as not
to le able to issue an order or unless
the deputies thi ms'-lves were in danger
of losing their own lives by an assault
upon them. The settlement of these
disputed points by the jury may lie- im
portant upon the question whether the
poaae romitatus. originally a legally
constituted liody. did or did not become
an unlawful assi m'nlage by reason of
any subsequent determination to disre
gard the law and commit crime."
Judge Woodward kept th court open
last night until 9 o'clock, when the jury
not having sent word to him that a
decision had ben reai tied he adjourned
court until this morning.
Fleeted a Thrmorratlr Mayor.
Atlantic City. X. J.. March 9 The
munieipal election here yesterday was
the hottest In many years. The city has
been solidly Republican, but the re
turns thus far received point to the
election of Judge Joseph Thompson.
Dem., as mayor.
rtia Will Mat Raa far senator.
Detroit. March 9. It is announced bv
ex-Senator Patmn's friends here that
he ia net a tRaaaMaai fr ih t"nitd
Statea aenate to atared Banaa s. h
fscr. J autre l;ol--ri M. Maajawaaj rf,
f th- 0ffe , ,url
fli abjllll. SUreb . About 4' wom
en, boya and girls are affected by a
strike at the K- kn.ar. woolen mm
They demand an increase of 1" per cent.
TCOR POLO HERN ADS.
rdnani-e. is very busy reaching out
very direction by means of the tele
graph and the mall to learn Jut how
far the resources of the big private
manufacturing onrcerns can be relied
on to come to the ait) of the war depart
ment In arming and equipping a volun
teer a: my, should one be found neces
sary. , Three weeks ago last nicht the Maine
was blown up. As It was last week at
this lime so It is now. nothing is known
officially as to the ause of the disaster.
The court is nt work hard, that Is all
that is known at the navy department.
It is not even known when It may be
extiectcd to finish it work. Hut the im
portance of i:s report does not diminish
In the slightest device by the lapse of
time, and when the report reaches
Washlneton in the hands af some trusty
naval officer, probably I-ieut-nant Com
mander Marix himself, the judge advo
cate of the court, the government may
be fare to face with another and vital
The new Spanish minister, Senor
Polo y rtcrnahe, will arrive In New York
today on a Herman line steamer. He is
expected nt the legation tomorrow and
arrangements thn will be made for the
presentation of his credentials to Presi
New It riil ce at Irlroil.
I-ansing. Mich.. March 9. Articles of
association of the I'nimi Bridge com
pany have been filed with the UlSlaij
of state. The purpose of the company is
to eonstruet. maintain and operate a
bridge across the Detroit river at or
near Detroit, for the accommodation
and use of ai' conneiir.g rallrocds In
the Cnlted Stales and Canada.
Writ for Squirrels; Killed Hlinarlf.
Jacksonville. Ills.. March 9. Wesley
Younc. a pr rpn mis farmer living
north of this i ity. started fromhis house
saying ho was going. after some .quii
rels. and s short time after a report
from his gun was hORlA Thinking It
stranae that he should shoot so near
the bsaite, his friends went to look and
found h:m dead.
Eonr IVraun. flnrlecl Alive.
Galena. Kan.. Mann 9. Ernes!
JJ'richt. Wiiliam BTjtB.eC and a son of
Walk r and an unknown miner were
huri'd aNvt yesterday by the caving in
of a mine on the Bonanza Grounds.
OH 9. 1898
HOT HERE FOB AS HEIRESS.
rrlaee Albert or Belgium la Already Mat
New Tcrk. March Prince Albert of
Belgium arrived yesterday on the
steamer Kaiser Wilhelm dcr Orcsse. He
came down the gang-plank in company
PRINCE ALBERT OP BELGIUM,
with Count De Lltcherbelde, the Bel
gUn minister ct Washington, and was
driven to the Waldorf-Astoria hotel.
The Belgian minister said the price has
not come here for an American heiress,
as he Is already engaged to his cousin.
Princess Clementine. He also said that
while the plans were not completed the
prince would probably go to Newport
and then to Washington.
TRYING TO EHD THE WAR.
Pmf oaltion Looking to the Close of tba
i'lght on tha Canadian Paelllc.
BSnr York, March 9. A meeting of
the Joint Traffic Passenger committee
of the Trunk Lines association was held
yesterday at the Waldorf-Astoria hotel.
There were present about fifty mem
bers of the association in addition to
representatives of the south and New
England association. L. P. Farmer,
president of the Trunk Lines associa
tion, occupied the chair. The principal
business of the day was the hearing of
the report of D. L Roberts, of the Erie
railroad, and Geoige H. Daniels, of the
New York Central, who went to Mon
treal Fob. 24 to discuss with the Cana
dian Pacific railroad officials the dis
turbances that have brought about a
general reduction In rates to the Pacific
and other western points.
Roberts and Daniels reported as fol
lows: "After a conference with the
Canadian Pacific officials we suggest
and urge that, effective March 14, all
lines restore rates to tariffs in effect
prior to present disturbances.
This would require the cancellation of
tariffs recently issued by the western
lines. New England lines, the Canadian
Pacific, the (Jrand Trunk line
and the restoration of all fares to regu
larly agreed and authorized tariffs,
recognized by the lines In interest as
properly in effect prior to these dis
turbances, and that a conference of the
lines interested be held at New York
not later than March 17 for the pur
pose of general discussion." An at
tempt will now he made to get a con
ference of the roads.
COLLECTION OF BASE, TAXES.
It !s Done at Chicago I ncler a System That
la Prompt at Least.
Chicago. March 9. Several Chicago
bankers hart a novel experience with
tax collectors yesterday. Two men en
tered the First National bank Just be
fore noon and wont directly to the office
of the president. Without ceremony
they told Vice Proficient Forgan that
they wanted t"";'S.7 in cash as quickly
as he could produce it. They told For
ga,l that unless ho paid over the money
without delay they would shut thedoors
of the bank and help themselves. This
claim was mode under a decision of the
superior court, which refused to sustain
an injunction asked for by the six
banks against South Town Collector
Ernest, on the ground that the assess
ments wore excessive and fraudulent.
After a hurried consultation. Peck
ham, the bank's attorney, advised "c:i
President Forgan to pay the tax rather
than risk such a disturbance to busi
ness as might follow. The collector
was given BmvSR with due notice that
his right to take the same was denied.
All that was required was a sight war
rant, and a little exnlanatlon to the
other bank officials. The Bankers' Na
tional paid ove r tlH,283. Fort Dearborn
National. J14.M90. the Northwestern Na
tional, I2S.7S6, and the American Na
tional, 119,36a. Each bank protested and
refused to accept a receipt.
Proceedings Id the Senate.
Washington, March 9. Yesterday's
session of the senate was largely de
voted to the consideration of the Dis
trict of Columbia appropriation bill. Aft
an extended discussion the bill, con
taining a provision for the reduction of
about one-half of the present rates of
telephone charges In the District, waa
passed. Other bills passed were: To
authorize the relocation and rebuilding
or a pontoon bridge across the Mississip
pi river at Prairie du Chlen, Wis; for
the relief of the Methodist Episcopal
church s mth. of Tennessee. J28S.000. The
house bill appropriating $50,000,000 for
a war fund was laid before the senate
In Every House
there is some article of furniture that would be
improved with a coat of
It gives a bright lustre to anything upon which
it is used. Fourteen beautiful tints and shades.
See color card. It's economical. It will save
the old rocker that vrould otherwise be thrown
away as unsiffhtly. Put up in small packages.
AsW yotir eicalcy for it. A liook en puint free.
That SntmtiN-Miu.iAs Co..
flT MO COCO MAKCKS.
m t-fcaal su. Cleveland. 2bC Stewart A re., Cbieajo.
V7 Washington St., New York, a su Antoina St,, atontraU.
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pqg uteSftawm mm roweis or
Tjcas and HestXkni tains radOarx
hot Nab c otic.
AwfeclRemedv for Conserva
tion. Sour StoiaiCh.Diairhoea.
and Loss OF Sleep.
JaatSiinu Signature of
V NEW "YORK.
.IS ON THE
OartoH ii at la ona-alxB bottles aajy. JJ
111 not U is bulk. Don't allow aaytaa to hO
Iroa iBjtaisf alia am tha plat ar
lit jattaa rood" asd will &nwer rrary var.
l" ART Raa that aa A 1X4-12' -A-B.T.A. ,
Kl ret Ion Njtloa.
Notice It hereby liiven that on Tiietdar. the
5th day of April. A. U.. IMis, in the city of
Rock lslanil. 111., an election will be held for
the following officers, to-wit:
One alilernian in ihe First ward for two
(ice alderman ia the Sccoocl ward for two
lino alderman in the Third ward for two
One alderman in the Fourth ward for two
tine alderman in the Firth ward for two
One alderman in the Si:ali ward for two
DM alderman in the Seventh ward for two
One supervisor for two years
" wo asaisiaat supervisors for two years.
One assessor for one year.
One collector for one year.
Which election will lie nniii .i?n'i,lnj,l, in
the morning and coutinue open until 5 o'clock
in the afternoon of that day.
Places of regibtralion and Totlnir will ho as
First frwA Ml Fourth avenue.
Secnd Ward-lVecioct I. 1014 Third avenue.
feecuml Want I'rt'Hiiict i:ij.r.m
- - -. ' " M t-U .HUIIU -S
ball. hli;htti avenue, liciaeen Miutli and Tenth
Third Ward-Prcclnct I . nu Third avenue
'i'liird Ward-Preclnct L III! Seventh nve
Fourth Want Prunini I i il. ,,;!, 11
rourth m ard- Precinct 2, brick luiildln
reur of UK Twentieth street (Seventh avenue
between Nineteenth and Twentieth street i
Fifth Ward Precinct I, hose house on
Twenty tecond street,
Fifth Ward Preoloct t, Schmidt i rrocsry
on Twentieth street.
Sixth Ward 2533 Seventh avenue.
Seventh Ward Precinct I, street car barn
seventh Ward IYecinct 2, Old No. 7 school.
A. D. HuissiMi.
Itook Island, March 7, A. D. 18Px.
43 Hours to
HOW NATRAL IT 18 TO
watch him who "climbs"
I and we an nd. r If he will reach the
I top. Itiitba"ioivivaI of the fit
fett." Ifyoa woold he at yonr
test yon nut be healihy. Yonr
forty neecs to be nonnaoed and
ic fn thed as much aa aa encine
needs fuel to prcdnce steam or
yon carrot "climb " The great
irrnMa with so many ii they can
net take nonrlthmeLt and digest tt :
consequently their eagUe (or
body) rait ot ran at a hleh rate of
spaed. Their food la not digested
and eonvtit d Into good riciolood.
consecutatly they fa 1 behind on
a ? grade. 1 be troable la with the
whole direst! Uact not one
law-JI man tn nve whoae stomach ai d
Hwooie cianaaiar system Is In a
poori healthy condition doing Its
work properly, lb result Is he
hare mt s eooDcr or later in an un
healthy condition. He tries thip,
I H no ,he oter remedy, but
foL'l remove He causa, ard aofalia
I to ngtin his health folly. His
i)fUm Dfedf. rerovatlnjr Then
r fa? i is rolinr tha! renovat, a the whole
jBBBBaaJ f '''' " : 'd rertorcs he stnmarb
BJBbSJaFl aid whole unnDlar syetem to a
lUAeHB-l ratnnlleaui.y condition cqna' t
I Tr Kay's McroTator. It removes
') ataT I the camehTsfit nj? to the Ter
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cures such a arge variety of diee a aa which are
unable to get help by any other remedy. Tne
cures It haa performi d are mr eloaa. i-ead tne
following from Mrs. Nathau Oalver, 81 tw, Kan
tas: "I bad Nearalgia in right slda of head and eye
nntil I became entirely blind. Dr. Kay's Reno
vator has doue me more good than ail lha doc
tors and patent medicines I ever tried, and I tried
a great many. It haa helped my eye. bead,
stomach and liver very much, and I sleep much
Alio one from Rev. i B. Wtdi.Morrisoo.Col :
"I am astonished at tha miMotas and ret the
afllcletcy of Dr. Kay's Renovator In moving con
atlpated bowels, and in producing a recular,
natural dally discharge- f bare been afflicted
with constipation for 85 yean."
It ll so d by druggists or sent by us by mail for
35 cents or $1. Don't take any snbetitutc for it
has no equal . Wri e us f or ou r N-pace cook. It
haa 86 valuable recipes and n cat nearlv all dis
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