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THE AimiTS, TITCRSDAT, -JTJXE 2, 1898.
LtOCAiii.KlAi A MoCASKSIN, 5
i , 4iwn eyi ftt Law,
ftoek U.atfl ard IMUar. Koek Island
me. otnr itreti a "at itora; Milan I
, e&e on Hals sw at. 2
. C. IXIKSUXT. B. D. COWBCLLY.
CONNELLY, & CONSELLY,
Attorneys at Law.
Money loaned. Office over Thomas'
Arur store, cor. Second acnue and
betenu etnh street.
O. I.. ANDERSEN,
Real Lstaie. I-on, Insurance and
r.oom H, Ituford block.
AI.Ka II. UDDF.US,
Attorney at Law.
Monev I'MUi'tl on food security: no
tary pitlle. I n or I7i' Second atciiuc,
Attoreav at Law.
01 n la Rook Ulaad National Bank
WM. L I.UIDIJ'H.
Atwimsf at Law-
Moi.er to Loae. GJiel Lwfal Bull
dm. Notarv foolta. ITB Boovioa te
asa, Batord btonk
, a o. t
0. L. Wl
Attorney and OouneaUcr at Lao
Odea la HenrMM Hlook,
CUA3LK8 J. FKAR
Counsellor al law.
OCea la aourt ,
p a Kirno.K 1 L
J Loan oionr ot aooa aOy, mate
Lynda, banker Offow MitaiiiU
C1IA3. H HUBRKLL
Attorney at Law Justice of the
I OfllCB to the C't7 Hill. Telephone WS.
UAVENl-OKT, lOW A.
F H HR3T, M. 1).
Physician and Surf eon.
Phone 4 on 1WV7. Office, Cfl Twin-
WV7. OIBce, Cfl Twin-
tleih street. Ortlee Hours: lu to ir a.
a ; t to 4 and 7 to B p. m. Sunday, B SO
to w.wi a. m.: I SO to p m-
DR. CORA EMERY REED,
SDCRlal attention to diseases
?s of worn- 8
s ot eye, L
e hour I
. til Sx- a
m'. ncse antl titrat. unici
k 30 to 12 a m , I t 4 p. m. 3-1
i teenln atreet, Kocn is ana.
DR. S. 11 MILI.KR.
Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist.
8 All diseases of horses and oa'tle
p treated on approved priiieiples. Sur
ft ideal oierattoiis ticrformert In a sclen- '
tille manner liks treated All calls
M promstiy atteuden to. Kesldenee. IK"
M Fifth avenue. Telephone I on IM7.
m Office and Infirmary. 1M IHI7 Fifth
t avrnue iJsmea MauoUer'l liable,) op
(1 poslte No. I lire hou.
C U iJlLVlS. !
0r ReaU Mat a. 1T8 Baaan a- j
I dr. c. w. (aurrox.
! Kooms IS nnd IV Mitchell A l.vnde
i buihlini: i mice hour from to li a uu
I and I to t p. iu.
DBACK A KERNS
Architect and Superintendent
HENRY GAEXJK. I'rop.
Obi ptowars aad Dealfn of. al Rind
Olt store. 1S07 BaaoaA aranaa. Tela (t
at fhuoe, lain.
attfactartni or atb
Door and Sal '
A"4 all Kindt of wo k
' t Bnlldei
8ldictc, irioortnf. WAlnsealing
l8tk Stmt tat. 4tb and 6ih Tin
"I hare been troubled rrcat deal
with a torpid liver, which produces constipa
tion. I found CASCABETS toball vou claim
for them, and socured soch relief the first trial,
that I purchased another supply and wan com
pletely cured. I shall only be tooaiad to rec
ommend Cascarets whenever tho opportunity
presented. J. A. Smith.
2&20 Susquehanna Ave., Philadelphia, Pa.
P!elftpt. Palatable. Put.nt. Tuete rimri Tin
Goud, Lever tiirkeu. Vf caken. or Crife. lbc. 2jc. OUC.
. CURE CONSTIPATION. ...
RUiltot Knar.? On...-, llkin Mwlrpal. !. l'wt. T.
Ufl.TO DSP ?"-l anfl snrranteed T all flruR-HJU-DAb
n,tltttKK Tobacco iiaDiU
r.Kraieof 2i.:le;h A. l!owtn:m. deceascil.
i ii iiiMU-rsifii-ii iivitik.' i.i'cn uppjiTi:ei iie-
ei:;.ir the 1 it v.. 11 ami .tr .lament of
lMth A. liMm:iu. 1 lit ur the 4'4tiiit.v of Kock
KImmI. s::iip ! llitlMtis. il(--c.lsod. bfl'Chv KiVt';
itH'r ih;ii h: will ;ip'C:tr nuiure ihe county
court of Hock Island courily. ut the couiilv
.itirr loom, in tin; city ol nock I-.;. mil. ui the
July term, on the lirvt Mniiihiy i:i July ncxL.
at whicii uineall pcrsntuhavKiL' elmni-i Ui.'an-4t
hi es:a;- are ii':ihctl u:nl requested to at
u.l. for the purpose of bavitiL' the same ad
-Ml persons inuenteu to sain estate are re
quested to mane immediate payment to luc
Dated this 26th day of April. A. D. 1.
S. C. Howsia.v, Kxeeu'.or.
Kxrcutrix's Halo of Keal Kstntc.
J'y virtue oi" an onlr und decree of th
I'liiiy court of W'w'a Nlanil c.mntv. Dlitioi-
nri'ie on tbe peti!i n of the uii'lersiv'iieil. Anna
kiii'.o :. fonin-rly Anna Williiis, esecutrix of
liehist v.iilaHl tesialuetit of Jacoh b illius.Oe'
cased, for leave to sell real estate of said do-
Cc;i--a 1 to pay dclns. al the May term A. 1.
. of sani court, to wn: On the m day of
May. IMs. I shall on Saturday, the 11th day of
June nest, between tbe hours of ten lui
i cluck lu tlo.- forenoon una four ( n o clock in
he aU'-rntMtn of s;tid day. sell at public sale
al the north door of the court bouse iu Itock
l.sl.tnd. in said county, the real estate de
nied us follows:
he w est three quarters ( of lot four ()
ii hi-'ci; t went? rJO in siw-ncer t.ase s aoui
tiou to the eit v of Koek island.
Terms of sale: ( Hie half ' i I of the purchase
price al Ihe lime of sale, and the remainder in
'!! Hi year froni the dale of said sale, with
iicro-t on said balance at six I'll mrr cent
p-T annum, secured by morii.'ai.'e ujion the real
slate so soul: or 'tic entire mini of the pur
ehase money may be paid ia cash, if the pur
cnaser -.o i-iwi.
Ih.teilihis 4th day of May A I). IS'
A.nsa Kikiniiu'. fonneiiv Anna dims, ex
eeutiixof tne eslute of JacobVtillms.de-
S. li. Keiv.vorthy, Solicitor.
Staf! of Illinois, i
Hock island county l ss-
In the l.'ouriiv Court. June term. A. I). ISIiS.
lVi.it ion to sell real estate to pay debts.
J. Hcurv Lidilcrs, administrator of the estat-e
of 1'rciienck Kiaim-r. deceased, vs Iioia
II scliotf. John Sehroeder. Joseph Schroeder.
Liun'el ischioe'ler. I.ouis Schroetter. l-Yed
Schroeilcr. anil linr;:e lioeser. Jiseph Dreix-
tkT. Itarliara Ka'ip. Ihisio Vol.. Ikmat Keek-
frt. LiCoiioio enrocuer. Joseph rciiroeder.
Appoloiiia llttrtmiMiu. Alois bchroedcr. Anna
Seh.oeder, Maria Anna Vol. Herta lircixler.
renlin-ind Sehroeder. Alois ISchroed
Kinclie Schroeder. lieruian eehroed-T. and
Hosa -scbroedcr. Hans .loens. Waller Harms.
the unknown heirs of Frederick Kramer, and
the unknown oitnci-s of lots ten (luiaad
eleven III) iu Wealhcriiead's addilion to the
city of Koek lslan-i.
Alhtlav it of non-p'siderre of Itora BischofT.
Joseph lreiler. Karbara Kapp, llitk'o Vol.,
Iionat Iti'ckert. Leopold Schroeder. Joseph
Schroeder. Appolonia Harlinaiiu. Alois
Schroeder, Anna Schroeder. Maria Anna Volz.
Herta lircixler. I iTdinand Schroeder. Alois
-ehroeiler. Kinelie et-hroeder. Henuan
Sclii'oeder. llosa Schroeder. the unknown
heirs of Frederick Kramer, deceased, and th
iink-iwu owners of lots icu Ht'i and eleven I il
iu Weatlii'ihead's addiiiiii to the city of Koek
Islan l. defendants aoovc named, bavin been
tiled in the otliee of tin- oleik of the count
conn of Ibick island county, notice is heren
Kiven to tlie said llora llisi-ii.itf. Joseph Dreij
ler. Harbarti liapp. Ilutro Voiz. Ilotiat ileekert
Leopold Schroeder, Joseph Schrm-iler. Apio
Ionia llarttnann. elois .sehnM-ler. Ann
Schroeder. Maria Anna Vol. Iterta lireixler
retiliTitiMtl Schroeder. Alois Si'liroeticr, Line-
li.1 schroi-der. Ilrniiiui Schroeder. iios;
Sehr'itdcr. tin uukiiovtii heirs of Frederic
Kramer. de'':ised. anil the unknown owners
of lots ten tlni ard eleven 1 1 ! in Weatuer-
head s ao-lit'ou to the ei'v of Koek Island
that t'n- said plaintiff J. Henry l.idibrs. ad
iitini.tratoroi iheesta'eof Frederick iram
dci'ea-ed. has lileil bis petition in the said
'out.iy court of Hock Island county for an
riier ! sell the pr. tnUes I-1. .mrinir to ihe
estate of said deceased, or so much of il as
may be needed to pay the debts of said de
ceased, and Uescrilted as follows, to-wit:
l,its ten ti"i and eleven til i In Weather
head's addition to the eit v of Koea Island, a id
that a summons has ln-cn issued out of s:.i
ourt against yon n-tuttial'lc at the June
erm. A. 1 IS, of said court, to lie holden on
the first Monday of June. A I). IK'S, at the
.irt house in the city of Rock Islatid, iu ihe
comity of lioek Island. Illinois
Now unless you. the sa d llora Hisehoff .Ttt
iph lireixler. Larbara Kapp. Huvo Vol..
iNir.at Itcckcrt. Leop,tM r-i-hroeiler. Joseph
Schroeder. AptN'loma Harlm.itui. Ahis
roedcr. Anna Sehroeiler. M ri I Anna
Vol. Iterta i;reixT. Ferdinand SehriHsb-r.
A lots Si-hro.-der. Finche Schroeder. Herman
ir-cibr. li's.i Si'hroeib'r, the unkown heirs
of h rederiek Kramer and the unkno-.t n wn-
ers of lots ten ( Ho and eleven I II I in Weather
heiHl s aliliiiou to the etty of lbH'k Isiaud
shad personally be anil appear before said
county court of Koek Island county, on the
ttrst day of a term thereof, to be bou'en al the
city of Koek Island, in said county, on the
tirst Mondav of June. A. l. tsvs. and plead,
answer or demur to the said complainants
petition Mled therein, the same and the matte-,
and things therein charged and stated
will tit takt ii as cteth' .sfd ar.d a decree en
tered ncainsi you accordtai! to the prayer of
li.H-k Island Illinois, May S, IWS.
II.i ti.MtK Koiit.KR. Clerk.
S. R. Kexwoiithy, Compiainaui' Solicitor.
NotiT but a lce-
al remedy r change
of climate will cure
Get a weill-inosn)
im cms Bin
It Is r.tiirkpr ah-
,CS" COLD h HEAD
,-ns and cleans the Nasal Taj-sazes
Allay.-; itiflamiuntit n, heals atxt protects the
membrane, restores Ite senses of taste ard
smell. No cocaine, no mercury, no injur
lotis lirjir. Full size- 50c; trial sue 10c, at
druj.'tf.s.ts o: by uuil.
ELT BROT2ER3.r6 Wtf-es 8 r-e,Kew Terk
DR. FELIX LE BRUM'S
Steel f rcniijTojal Treatment
is the orir.DRl and ocly FUENCH.
safe an4 'sliin care on tbe mar.
ket. it-ti-e. jji.on, vent by mail
tieuoie tohl veil by
A. J. Rb-a-, art Hum Drug Store, tola
gent. Kocm Uland, 10.
iT 13 CANDY
if JJ CATHARTIC
. TWAOf MARK KESISTSRID ff
AT MIILETS TOUCH
Tha Machinery at the Omaha ln
ternationar Exposition Leaps
BUTTON PLESSED 1,500 MILES OFF
Sets the vx-heels Going, the Cheers Be
sonndin-; sail the Whistles Miriekinj
t'ivle Purrde Three Miles Long a Feat
ure of the Opening One Hundred Thou
sand Peopie Present to See It lone
Description of Grounds and Buildings.
Omha, Xeb., June 2. In the presence
of the Xehraska delegation In congress
in the White Kout- at Washington 1,500
miles away, at 1:J0 p. m. yesterday
Presid?r.t McKinley touched a button.
and at the signal the machinery in the
bui.Uns-if the Trans-Mississippi In
ternational exposition was started. At
the time the music of 100 bands was
filling the air at the exposition grounds
with nielt dy, the cheers of 100,000 people
were ascending and the blasts of innu-
COVEP.KMEMT BCTLDIN-O AT THE OMAHA EI'
merable whistles in Omaha and at the
grounds were blowing. The civic parade
with which theshow wns opened started
from the center of the city at 9:30 a, m.
Procemtlnn Three 1 lien In length.
It was three miles in length and was
a grand spectacle. By the time it
reached the grounds there were 100.000
people there. By proclamation of Mayor
Mot res the day was observed as a gen
aaal holiday and the citizens and visit
ors made toe most of it. The city was
freely decorated with bunting and flags
especially along the route covered by
the procession. The people were dressed
in holiday attire, and business was gen
erally suspended in order to permit
clerks and workmen to enjoy the day's
festivities. The opening ceremony con
sisted of speeches by President G. W.
Wattles, of the exposition managers,
and others, music, and a poem cele
brating the event.
Given Life by the Kleetrie Spark,
Following the dedicatory exercises the
officials and guests adjourned to Ma
chirtry hall. They were anticipated by
a crowd that was measured by the di
nur.sions of the building. Just as the
lid ds of the big clock showed the hour
of 1 p. m., city time, President McKinley
from hie seat in the White House
touched the button connected with his
telephone. It was connected with a di
rect circuit to Omaha, controlling the
power in Machinery hall. Slowly the
great wheels of mechanism began to re
volve. gradually the speed of the wheels
Increasing, until the hum of the shaft
reached the normal the electric spark
liberatt d by Ihe president's hands had
given life to tbe Immense plant, and all
the smaller machinery of the entire
grounds receiving inspiration from the
fame source began its routine work.
This was the conclusion of the formal
K.very tlilim Moved Like Clockwork.
In the afternoon at 4 o'clock the Xa
tional Marine band gave a concert
which was attended by many thousands
of people. National airs were popular
and everything rendered along this line
were encored- enthusiastically. It Is es
tin.ated that over 100.000 people passed
through the gates during the day. Not
withstanding the newness of all the
work to the employes everything moved
v ith the smoothness of clockwork
tltrrurhout the whole place. The initial
t'ay's ceremonies were concluded
dunk with a grand pyrotechnical display
conducted on an elaborate scale. All
state buildings had opened registers fo!
the purpose of keeping track of the
visitors lrom their states who visited
II IsTORY OF T1IF. GKE.IT ENTERPRISE
Description of the Grounds and List of the
Building of Note
The Trans-Mississippi and Interna
tional exposition at Omaha, from Us
very inception, has been an illustration
of western enterprise and pluck. From
the time congress adopted the re sol u
Hon of William J. Bryan, requesting a
appropr.atlon to assist tne e-nteri r.se. to
the present, when, the work is com
pleted. the efforts of its promoters hav
met with spontaneous success. Startin
with a capital of $TCO,000. the director;
now have the satisfaction of witnessing
the display of the resources of thirty
five states, as well as Mexico and sev
eral South American republics, as the
result of their efforts.
The grounds are in the northern part
of the city, about fifteen minutes' rid
from the business center. They are i
the shape of a rectangular lot, with
j lagoon ISO feet wide extending the er.
tire length. The lagoon is surround
by seven great buildings, classic
: architecture and imposing in size. Per
haps the most striking of all is the gov
' ernment building, it being topped by a
i colossal dome, surmounted by a figure
of "Liberty Enlightening the World."
The tip of the torch is ITS feet from the
Other are the Building of Fine Arts,
the Temple of Ceres, the Mines and Min
ing building, the Administration build
ing, the Building of Electricity, the
Manufactures building and the great
Auditorium. The arch of states acrosj
the lagoon constitutes the grand en
trance to the grounds. It Is composed
of twenty-four layers of stone, each
representing a trans-Mississippi state.
There are many minor features of the
exposition, including a Midway. Each
builiing is lavishly decorated. Besides
the buildings mentioned are the Inter
national hall, the State. Agriculture,
Implement and Transportation, the
Apiary. Dairy and others devoted to
THLBTY-gOPS LIVES LOST.
Schooner Founders on the Way to the
Cold Fields of Alaska.
Seattle. "Wash., June 2. The schooner
Jane Cray, which sailed from Seattle
for Kotzebue sound on the 19th of May
with sixty-one people on board found
ered Sunday, May 2S, about ninety miles
west of Cape Flattery at 2 o'clock in
the niorniccr. while lying-to in a mod
erate gale under foresail. Ten minutes
after the alarm was given she lay at
the bottom of the ocean with thirty-
four of her passengers. The remainder
iKcex't d in embarking in a launch and
reached this city yesterday afternoon.
These lost are: Pigrtor liaia and Rig
or Rrsssta. Italy; Jack Lindsay, Evtr-
ett: W H. Gleason. AV. A. Johnson. V.
Smith, C. G. Smith. P. C. Little. C.
W. Young and W. T. Millan, Seattle;
Horace Palmer. Lebanon. O.; F. G.
Saulsberry, Minnesota: A. B. Dunlap.
Tiwight,. Ills.; D. X). Tanney. City of
Mtxico; R E. Snipe.. Jr.. Seattle; John
M. Stutzm.m, Westfield. N. J.; E. M.
Taylor. F. S. Taylor and I?. S. Spencer.
California: W. P. Dcxey, Edward F.Rit-
er, F. W. Ginther, B. S. Frost. W. F.
Levering, William Otter, O. F. Mc-
Kelvey. C. Brown, C. C. Aiklns. N.
Hfdelund and Charles Williams, homes
unknown; V. C. Gambel. wife and child.
rr.isEl mary on St. Lawrence island In
the Uehring sea: one unknown.
Ihe Jane uray s passengers were
rrospectors w ith tbe exception of Rev
V. C. Gambel. the missirnary. He re
fused to place his wife and child on
board the launch, saying: "The vessel is
doomed and we will die together." The
survlvir.fr passengers suffered a great
deal of privation and for thirty hours
their only food was a sack of prunes
and a sack of turnips from the ship's
stores. SulTUient water was caught
spreading a tarpaulin during a rain
TAX ON TWO TRUSTS.
Senate SpcciuHy Picks Out Two Combines
for the Tax Screw.
Washington. June 2. Marked progress
was made by the senate on the war rev
enue measure. The committee amend
ments on nearly sixty 'pages of the bill
were passed upon. The interest of the
session centered in the action taken up
on the amendment of Gorman levying
tax of one-quarter of 1 per cent, up
on the gross receipts of all corporations
doing a business exceeding $J50,000 a
year. By a direct vote upon it the
amendment was rejected 27 to 34. Pet
tlgrew offered the Gorman amendment
with the clause containing the $,0,000
exemption stricken out, but it was de
feated by a vote of 25 to 7.
AVhlte then proposed the Gorman
nmer.dment so modified that it levies
tax oi one-otiarter ot I per cent, upon
all corporations engaged in the refining ;
e f sugar or petroleum. The California j
senator explained that he desired to see
a tax levied on the American sucar
trust and the Standard Oil company.
The amendment prevailed by a vote of
33 to 26. It was supported by 22 Demo
crats. 4 Republicans, 5 Populists and
silver Republieans; and opposed by 21
Republicans and 2 Democrats.
These men voted for White's amend
ment: Bacon, Baker, Bate, Berry, But
ler. Cannon, Carter, Chilton, Cot krell.
Cullom. Daniel, Faulkner, Gorman,
Gray, Harris, Jones of Arkansas, Kyle,
Lindsay, Mallory. Mantle, Martin,
Mitchell. Murphy. Tasco, Perkins, Pet
tigrew. Boaeh. Stewart, Sullivan, Till
man, Turley, Turpie' and White.
Hawaii To 15 Considered.
Washington. June 2. An understand
ing was reached yesterday whereby the
Hawaiian resolutions will be considered
in the house next week. They are to
be taken up under a special rule that
will be reported as soon as the revenue
bill has passed the senate, or has
reached a point where tho passage of
the resolutions of annexation In the
house cannot possibly delay the dis
posal tf thit revenue measure.
Volunteer Army Now Numbers 123,000.
Washington, June 2. Adjutant Gen
eral Corbin announce 1 last night that a
trifle over 1C3.C0U men had been mustered
Into the Vnited States service. Nearly
all of the troops have been ordfr?d to
report to one or another of the perma
nent camps and the last few thousands
are now en route to their destinations.
Chicago Grain and Produce.
Chicago, June 1.
Following were the quotations on the
Board of Trade today: Wheat July,
opened SS.i, closed 9Wtc; September,
Sli-ac, closed .'ic: iiecemoer,
ROc, closed 78"c. Corn July,
:.4c. closed 33c; September,
3Se. closed 34-isc. Oats July,
24Hic closed 24c; September,
onened 2i-c. closed 22sic. Pork July,
opened $11.35. closed $11.37; Septem
ber, onened $11.67. closed $11.50. Lard
July, opened $.i!5. closed $6.17; Sep
tember. opened $6.30, closed $6.25.
Produce: Butter Extra creamery,
16c per lb; extra dairy, 13c: fresh
naekine stock. S10c. Eggs Fresh
stock. 94c per doz. Live Poultry-
Turkeys. f.aSc per lb; chickens, 8V4c;
ducks, 6ffi6Uc. Potatoes Common to
choice. hOGWc per bu. Strawberries-
Illinois. 75C5$1.25 per 24-qt case.
Hoes Estimated receipts for the day,
26 000: sales ranged at $2.6.'i54.10 for
pigs. $3.S5!i4.35 for light. $4.0564.20 for
rough packing. $4.10$ 4.45 for mixed, and
14.25(54.52 for heavy packing ana snip
riin? lots. Cattle Estimated receipts
for the day. ll.COfl; quotations ranged at
$5.00'a 5.25 for choice to extra steers.
$4.53(55.00 for good to choice do.. $4,300
4.70 for fair to good. $4.00t&4.45 common
to medium do.. J4.f-0g4.S5 butchers'
steTS. $4.0C34 0 fed western steers,
$3.9ftS4.40 stockers. $4.10 4.M feeders
$2.5o' 4.35 cows. $3.2064.70 heoifers. $2.7
5 4.25 bulls, oxen and stags. $3.6034.45
Texas steers, and $4.756 '-23 veal calves.
Sheep and Lambs Estimated receipts
for the day. 14.000; quotations ranged
at $3.90S4.50 westerns. $3.1004.60 na
tives. $4.1036.25 lambs, and $6.0g7.00
Milwaukee, June 1.
Wheat Lower: No. 1 northern, $1.15;
No. 2 northern. $1.12: July. $1.15. Oata
Steady; SStfiiTtp Rye Lower; No. 1.
4GQ47c. Barley Steady. No. 1. 4c;
Hay-ltmothy. I&ai0; wild. $708.
Butter Fair to choice, 15c; fresh creamery.
Ca.tle iluicbers pay for corn fed steers
4n.n.4c; cows and betters, J4t3sjC; calves.
Sprum liunb - a tta a head.
HELD A LOVE FEAST.
A Crand Conciliation Meeting
Takes Place at the He use
HOT A SDTGLE BEBEL TO EE LETT
Whrn tho Senate Acts on the Iisillty
Repeal Mill rasard-Grosvenor 'Will
Try to Forget," lie (swears llloudy
Chasm Is Bridged Eloiueut Speech by
Settle-State and Camp War Notes Help
for the Boy at the Front.
Washington, June 2. Testerday's ses
sion of the house was given to the con
sideration and passage of a bill called
up by Jenkins (Rep.) cf Wisconsin to
remove all political disabilities incurred
by the third section of the fourteenth
amendment to the constitution. The
debate gave rise to notable speeches
from Grosvenor and Settle (Dem.) of
Kentucky upon the obliteration of nil
section feeling and the reality at last of
a reunite.! country. Incidental to the
debate several members reviewed the
conclusion that a, member of congress
could not hold simultaneously a mill
tary ana c'vil office. The debate was
Lrott;;ht on by a reference to General
Joe Wh-'eldl', now serving as a major
general and until recently a member of
the hou.se The statements that some
states wi re unable to respond to the
d. mands for volunteers called forth ex
pHinations and an alleged interview
with Overstrcet (Rep.) of Indiana upon
the subject, rellecting upon the loyalty
of etitain states was condemned by
several members, but the discussion
v.-as declared out of order. The passage
of the bitl considered yesterday by the
house will affect but few parties.
Bailey Object to Leave.
The statement made by Lacey of
Iowa that Major General Wheeler, of
Alabama, was absent from the house on
leave brought Bailey to his fe?t.
"I rise." he said, "to correct a false
statement of the gentleman from Iowa.
The gentleman from Alal.ama Is not ab
sent on leave of the house, and will not
be with my consent so long as I am a
"Mr. Speaker." cri.-d McMlllin, "there
Is not a member of thin-house who does
rot love the gentleman from Alabama
for going to the front to serve his coun
try." "I say," continued Bailey, "I do not
believe a man can hold under the con
rlitutlon a military and civil office at
the same timet and I would object to a
pre popition that would embody the
abandonment of th's belief, even were
it made for my brother."
Grosvcnor Will Try to Forget."
Grc.sver.or indorsed the position taken
by Bailey, and incidentally declared his
belief that no man's patriotism will be 1
i-sill,! "in fillr-f ii-ti because Via etamtc '
ligidly by the terms of the constitution
and its manifest spirit." Proceeding he
digressed to speak eloquently and feel
ingly or. reunited country, and the uni
versality of patriotism manifest upon
every hand. He attributed the friendly
attitude f Europe, now growing daily
more pronounced, to the fact that Eu
rope was convinced for the first time
that absolute loyalty prevailed In this
land. "If there Is Anything that makes
a soldier cf the civil war feel grateful
to Almighty God it is be permitted to
live to see the present union of hiscoun
try." Concluding the gray-haired
member fn-ni Ohio declared: "I am
ready to vote to re.nove every vestige of
l- gisl.it ion st'ch as Is aimed at In this
bill, ar.d so help m? God, I will try to
Settle Makes an Eloquent Speech.
The speech of Grosvcnor vailed forth
a response from Settle (Dent.) ot Ken
tucky uion the part of the south that
has not been often surpassed in phrase
ology and eloquence. "Her sons re
ferring to the south at the end of the
civil w ar laid down their arms in gocd
faith upon the altar of their country,"
said he. "ar.d in the same spirit they
now take their Ftep to the music of the
Union. I cio not believe the -American
people were ever so united as they are
today." Contit.uing he said the Ameri
can people would free not only Cuba
but would free theii;selves, and "out of
this fire end flood wherewith we are
being baptized we shall come forth, 1
doubt not. new men and new women,
clean every whit, with sectional hate
and sectional bitterness clean gone for
ever. That wereaconsummation devout
ly to be wished."
When Settle concluded several min
utes elapsed before order was restoreel.
Members from all quarters of the cham
ber crowded to the Kentucky member's
seat and congratulated him. The bill
was unanimously passed.
"Do you belong to a Don't Worry
"I do, and I don't mind saying tbat
the rules and regnlutimis antl theories
and plana worry tne nearly to death."
inc outcome ot murder trials at present
evinces clearly enough the unwi linness of
ireui jurora 10 iiiiu criminals, luoicted by a
grand jury, goil'y of the worst offense uirain-t
tbe law and society, namely, premeditated
murder, and the reluctance of judges to pro
nounce its extreme penalty. But there is no
escaping the penalties which nature exacts
for disregard of her laws. Dyspepsia, born of
tmpruuences in eating aad drinkinx. rheuma
tism caused by needless exposure in inclement
weatbor. dangerous organic troubles resulting
from unchecked inactivity of the kidneys and
all so-callefl minor ailments, are curable with
iiosie-Lier s .-lomacn Bitters, also a com la
tent preventive of malarial ailments.
FOR WEAK MEN.
TRIAL WITHOUT EXPENSE.
Tbe famous Appliance nd Remedies of
Offered on trial without ex pence to any
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, DR. SAMUEL PITCHER, of Hyannis, Massachusetts, -was
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has borne and docs now hear on everj
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This is the original "CASTORIA" which has been used in
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LOOK CAREFULLY at the wrapper end see that it h
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per. No one has authority from me to use my name except
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Do Not Be Deceived
Do not end.incrcr the life of your child !y accepting
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(because he makes a few more pennies on. it), the in
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Stoves, and all kinds of Household Goods. We
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