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THE ARGUS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 2ri, 1S9S.
V ANTKTO A cm WITH l.EFE3EXIS
at 1010 Secoail -ivkuu.
-I VANTFTJ-ItOARIWS. CIIOICF.ROOMS
-tat;;i, rOV TRLTTC'R AN'D A I
V :ir..oi,l riiceh:ir.lc wants a job. Addre
j recur." a Bbls o::ice.
TANTKr' PirPIT-S WI3HTNU TO TAKE
f ? flfiVUie "T.r. la tl"-IIiC eU UU MJ U
enquiries; at -.io r lit" avenue. J one.
-wTTTi-Mi!riAnri:i:s: choice nrn.vs
VY h tea f:,tb. bot water he. at 5o6
Sievemct-.-tli street. lric:es reasonable.
r i r
HT MAX AND WITS TWO
ijjif umUhed roorriM for bouse-
Aiiiinr J. r.. AH'. Us ol'lce.
-I r t vTi: ."SITI'ATI-W IV SMALL FA M
? r iiv Iiv ref:,-iel youa lewly experienced la
i.uij e .vxr A'lurwt Ii. C. AKLl'toricc.
-1 ITA NTFK -fOMTOKN'T 'nKI, FOR ;FN
W .; ..1 housework. Kan.il.v of three In
iiiOTo!Slr A. It fclb!, &o :ceteentn street,
M 1 I-c.
lITAXTFD-nBrrLAR AND SAMPLK
illotrirmtoro: rx-r l.r nav advanced
Terrr:ifjrit: exter.erictf unnecessary. L" nion
elver- i-irir nmnany, h.ottscbilel bui-duitf,
-lANTIT f;ODD SOLICITOUS IV HOt'K
l-Oinil to ta e r ri!ers for ttie celet.r:iiel
esir.e.-r M'vinv miichme A i'. 1 Ntnir:L'"l
i i.-n to rinhi .tii.ni'. .';ill 'ti or ldres the
Sn.n-r .Mariufacur.ru.' romiw y, 4! Ham-
1ITANTI7VTO I)AN Mf'VEY ON' DIA
W morels wal.'lu-s. leweirv. birdxare,
roeisical li'stiunjentM. Llcvcles. clotblijjr. dry
re-xl-. fu-niiure. etc. Highest cah price
r-;ld for second hard (roos or nil kind a:so
'Jnearxjve omih for iiue ut hj'f the usual
..tore rri''cs. A :1 business trt.nsiictioii striotly
e ...eil.-ro iiu. I!.s r.ew nuuiier and location
Id Sccrail avenue. Ixm t forget It. J. V.
Juneii. Two rinir on IW7.
VOIt SAI.K TV.tMJOOn HUILPIKO LOTS
l' mizI.V) feet, near C, It I ft I. dcpeit, a
XiOR SALE-TWONICF.HOMFSON TfMItP
A aven'ie. iirie . the other fl.li": p-ivlm;
paid for. Injure al Ulu 1 binl avenue. .
"IVOrt SALK XINK-ACRB FKCIT FAILM.
J AU 4:ii:U of fruit: (rood bul.iilnes; near
town. A ri.in-H.in for some one if taken boon
l.o'don t Uo rr an.
IVOR K ALF-TH'O HALF ACKF. IITS IN'
J1 We!r s s-it-dl vision. Soa-li Hook Island.
A bargain if taken at om-e. Apply to Oeorto
F. hoLb, Matoa;c Temj'ie.
TfHIR PALIv-AT A SACHIFICR 40-ACRE
f-.firi near town. f,os of fnjlt. To in
oll elie;ip i settle an late. Iliire Ls a bar
rain etieap lor canh. No trad. Liordou A
FOR SAlK-t;OAL IN ANY QUANTITY
of rfi nuBheW or over t 1 MJ per Ke, d
i:ven!J C '. L to ar.v part of the oUy. Lae
r-tde- t 'tjir -roi hnniw bmrberiiop, Kock
J'ind. or Kqo James, Milan.
Ii-VJR SAI.F CHKtP LOTS IN WMA5.
. ter s aiIU:tlon.ild baM't-ali prount's. These
loa will be tioid fr:itu rio upward: small
rniO'int down, balaree on Ion? tim at 6 per
eei.t. Keidy Uros., room 4, Mitchell & Lynde
f4VR HAUV-A KI'.AT OFK1CH CAHINKT
A w'.iti ahotit riOdlflerect slides. nult'r".f for
Mini! !ecil !wanl" or any description of p-mer
In flat form in tie kept In htne f r wnt!PK
A oeirprehenslve Index connected. Just tue
thir.jf fir env offlee lih ooTitrs. etc., to
(i o. Address H. K. C. care of Tue Asoi l
NT -A r. Kii.'iM FLAT (JNHIUJJ
liniuire if M K
' -C.. I,.
stof.k T( :i
I. Airly or.e
sot:', b. '.
-w.-or i:rT-nnrn of fivf. i:nr.M-s
l1 10 sna-i faiiiily. Kent ;o. l.i ;i. re at
II I 1 bird avenue.
A IH'CSK liKFIVI. Ill QMS
i-ii it? i.-i-'srv
I1 :it i::ir sixih Avenue. Im:u:re of J.
:-eeher. "' -eveiitee:nli street.
XiC)R Rr.XT SIX-HOOM FLAT IN Hl'IIST
X liloek. Twentieth street. A U moder-.i or:-Tenienee-i
t-1 per mouth. K. H. Sla3ord,
I rtoiT KF.NT t N F. FRONT ROOM F K TWO
1 iter.ts. southern expoi:re. he:iie! wi'h
Kir Side imrne-. tine bloek from bridge:
'l.artlin rea--mal. liars Third avenue.
JrOR KENT Til F. STANDARD CLUIt
- roonin. Suitable for lodue meet lnfs. so
cial fatbenntrs or dncintr parlies. Kent re
Bonablc. Steam heat. KreilatMath
IJOH RFNT THE STORE- -.vn SEVFN
1 leentli street, formerly oecujiied s liar
nes . shoo. ;nhI loea' ion for anv kind or lt:s:
ress. lii-iuir-s cf F. W. Ssaue man. Sil tio'h
h r I .-f r v
get up with a
Is there a bad Usle ia
Then you have poor
appetite and a week diges
tion. You are frequently
dizzy, always feel dull ar.d
drowsy. Yeu bave cold
hands and feet. You get
but litt!e benefit from your
food. You bave no ambition
to work and the sharp pains
of neuralgia d-.rt through
What is the cause of all
REBS M AK INi i FIRST CLASS WORK
al reason .bie terms. Call -VIS Fourth
- out "lOROcn COVERED SAMPLE
" I J hair ease couiaiiiiiii.' a lot of hair foods
iiid.T return to AK..IS orllee and le re-wrd"U.
T OST-A I.LXCK WOOL FASCINATOR
I J on Seventeenth si reet. Tuesday mo mart
Ftrder ret'irn to Seventh avenue tlrurf stoie
and be rewarded.
' VNCE AND HI'SINF.SS MV1HI M --i'
ma.'neiie l.eal. r now located at si. mud
street. Sal isf act Ion iruaran recti.
eoalidemi 1 letters aus wr red.
MONEY TO If AN CHATTEL MORT
rate loans by W. H. F-simn. 1T1J Sec
ond avenue, without publicity or removal He
also maUea colleotionv-bard one it t-pet-iatiy.
HELI WANTED-LA Dies TO MAKE
bandaires at home for lar-c sur-Mea
house. Karn U. weekly, r ncl.e addressed
Ptamre.1 envelope for reply. Marsha J A. Co.,
JirooM.vn. N. Y.
X 05T- SOM p. V 1 1 EK K HET W KEN F UKTi ?
1 j ;,,euue ai d Twet.ti. ib street at.: Se-en-eenlh
street and leuth avenue, a T-r .
t'old rin:n d nose :Nsses and chain l-.nJer
le urn totiitsc mee and receive rcwurtl.
- , a .-TUT 1 .TTV MON
ET 11 s( i., s r' i...
. dav afternoons and Saturdav-v ( brNt-
if ts and decoratious: ibuhui ;
. ...... -iri'.- ii ii .awi i .
order r rce uauo
for .ale. lUint'nt.-i reroatcd Lai
up l,k - new. JU U. art teacher. M
T)i:SSONAI. THE Cl-LI WJATED LIFE
1 re der and palmist has just l v'
m-nths busi e-s at Molin- and. t?1?
this eitv at 5 i Kift-entistrect. UourHn fr
Wt.hotitthe aid ft anv rnai. uneel. -P-1 ;
devi. lre.d fron your baud every trou. e
doibt ..r feir pope or fespair: 1 ' '?
full, da'.e a:d tel- ia det-.l.
,.iest.o:i. Ladies. .V. cent-: K'";"'
fiat isf aetory. otherwise free. 1 teach pa ti-i
try for professional purpose;.
t r i
. c-T-Tt? r.t-T rr-r TO WO M.AN for
0 mm A lXV, H.l- a c 1 w
all trouMes peculiar to her sex. tSer.a cj
mail c r xrona our Aem- r-w w -
KFC CO.. Props- CLEVELAND, CHIC.
For sale by M. F. Baansea. drur-
Will Al b J J -S 7a Wiiil IWUW
K and certain cure.
Kcci Your Ctoott PlnOm
If you have neglected your
case a long time, you tad
'a!st. It will remove all
impurities that have been
accumulating in ycur blood
and will greatly strengthen
your nerves. ,
YMio iho Osctar.
rri-re may Ihj oiiii.-tiiin? alvnt
y-i:r ta" jrca d n-it q::r LnJer.
t ' mil. Writ tin; tl.H-ior frit-ly : tt-:l
li i oi how yuu ar: m:! r:ntr. Voj
wkI promptly rrlv thu bc.k
cntaUcal r.lvice. Auu."'.'!-'.
Ir. J. C Ajer. i-owalL Ilass.
Notice of I'uhlirntioii Chancer.
State ( Illinois i
i;tU anil county, s '
I:i tlif? circuit court. January tenrt. 1S9.
Ariui.iviL t :ni!-ie.siil!.'.- oi the uiM)v do-
femium. uurlfs 'i'iiir. livintr rctn
tut m in tb cU il;"s :r:c- if ih? circuit
. rr if n iiit 'j:i : y . n i : t ;.'r'f'r lira.
tfi- .riii li'i.i t !jii L-r :iii -f cn.nl;tint iti
I iur! . i t "u ;.:i:j.-t , : i i: rc r. o-i
the Si-ili d.i v jf .NuvemlKT. i - and tiiat thcrr;-
rtTi -.i . i . j t n-.v i.'Ml.ri.-. r iurn u.it
trj I ho lit-sL Mttiitlav in I lio ui.;ili of .ianaary
a. i ly 'a cf!;n''l, N w. u;iicss
the s.iil i;. :i-:c"i':ot ilifiaiaiit unou
a:n.t i in ic- ian". i: ii -rxjnaliv ?
al :;car ln-'-jr- l;ii.!t court'. ta
l.i-i l.ty 4f the ncc". u-nn i hereof.
i be v iil 4--H.TK v. on th tiri Miat v In
Jaii'j:.ry a:i;i i-It:ati. i-'.sv.er r iTe
ma; ; the rfil--mnn:'!:nt s of ompliMttt.
mn' a:ni l in n.at t i v, :,ml t ji!i- i h-nin
1 a decree catifcr'il xwuinM yu uccordif!.-0
tbo grayer f saal i'lll.
l?.ck NIar.d. 111.. N.v. ;-, imk
s i i U'.ttjN n: Makmiai.l. coixpiainant's Soli-
; i ; .
I'ti !lcut Ion Notice Chancery
: ate of IIJInnN. t
H h" l!umi. c n:::.v. i
l the t irea'i i;ourt. January term. A. D.
Isk. in ':ia:!',cry.
Ch irl'-. ( ns vs. Melar. t oppens.
Aflitiavir of tbt: ia!-rcvi.ife of the above
n:irt;t'tl tlefeiirt.iut. Melani- "oppen-. tiHVirjf
bn hject in the e!crk s oftlce of the circuit
eotirt of said o.ii:Ty. notice ii therefore
hen ty iirn to ft van! roi resident ile.'eud
jt that the coirp ainani iih -.l Lk bill of ciii
plaial i:i said c.un. on the chancery side
thereof, rn tin- :th d;ivof Niivember. l-V4. and
thai crei:pona suiLnmns issued out of said
cM:r wherein saa! siat i- ww pctKiinir. re
I .irt'.tt'I- the r.rt ioial ay in Hie month of
.la:. : -.ry n :. as i by Ui required. Now.
u;ii''i you. t he a:d iioiereitleut dcfetnlaut
auove named. Mela:. is fopjns. ssi:it!l
pt-rs4 "Tialiy be appear oefore aid
e.i'cai. ruvrr. on .he l.rs'. day f the
next term thereof, to be holden at Kock I.si:iad
i;ri :.d f ir the aui c-' irit v. on the lirst Monday
i!i January ncx'. !.d ph'ad. uoswer r le
ir.nr u saul om?.l;. 'ian; "r, ill of complaint,
the s::ie nd tue r.i.t Tiers and things therein
eh:.r--ei and s .red u iii te taiea ! coufest-d.
and a decree enter! u.rai:ii you aeeordiu
to the praver o said t i;L
i.mii'.i: W. CiAMfif.E. Clerk.
K.h;- Tslard. Ntivcmher A. A. I
JtH. T. .sTAKUHtn. ronipitinaat's Solicitor.
FROM ROCK ISLAND
R. I. P. Railway
Loaves Hock Islaml 1:45 p.m.
Arrives at Jacksonville, Fla., S:30
a. m. second lav.
Two changes of cars only.
SJoepers south of lVoria
Full details upon application.
(Jen'l Pass. Afreet.
ST"1". 3 C B"Dr. TS!IiamInd!anPi!
E-fA u PIv.iiiuituiv.:- jrel;.inJ
?3 fl PJ f"Jlll.-e'i:ns ani. Itth:c
pI."! '4 p i'ilcs. It aos ihettiir.ors,
f .1 Vi u.iays tic itcmue at once, acts
fi tj a r u'.'i.-e. rives ii.s'an: re-
p j ft l Ir. -acts' in'i.nn I'.leO.nt
3 mor-t i prewired for I'ilesar.d Itih-
iff Iti? cf lb- private par's. Every t-ct ls
warranto-'. Iiv driicsits. by ir.;l on r
C'irt ft pn . c.-al aaJ fl.fxt. WILLIllfS
ftAKUFACTaniuS CO.. iTopa.. Cleyelaid. yu.
So J M F. B-i i a fix-i sgiiia.
BOOKS WERE BURNED;
STANDS BY SIXTEEN TO OXE.
FATAL nSTOLVIE FIGHT.
One of f!ie I-l-t Keselutfon Adopted by i One 5Ian Dead, the Other Saved by a Car
tridge That Was tniply.
Chic.ieo. Dec. 22. In th? midst cf
tte I'ederaUoa of Ij!ior.
ICar.sns City. Dec. -2. Mi-st
So It Is Charged Against the
Standard Oil by Ohio's At
torney General. "
LNCIDEirr IS" AN ANTI-TET7ST CASE.
Beins; Ordered to I" rod are Their Ledgers.
Etc., the Claim Is Blade That Rather
Than Uo So the Company Caiuifncil
Them to the FIaiue Testimony That
Looks Very Dark for the Great fetrolc
am Combine Ileaded by Rockefeller.
Cleveland, Dec. 22. Developments of
a most sensational nature in the Stand
ard Oil investigation came to liht yes
terday when Attorney General Monnett
bepan taking dspositions for the pur
pose of provlncr that the Standard Oil
comrany, ju.st previous to the issuance
of the order by the supreme court that
the look3 of the company be produced
in evidence, hal destroyed a larjre num
ber of its book?. Cpnn the strength of
Information received by the attorney
general from reliabie business men and
attorneys that It could be proved that
the standard Oil company had burne-d
a lot of its liookd. journals, ldser?. and
ether valuable records, the stale served
notice upon the standard Oil company
that depositions would he taken before
a notary in the o!Tk'i of Attorney Harry
C. Mason in this city yesttrday.
ltefus.l to Proiluce Its Kooks.
Durini? the investigation of th- Stand
ard Oil trust before Commissioner
Drinsrnade a few weeks ajro the Stand- I
ard refused to lu-oduce its books in evi
dent e. The matter was taken to the
uj r&me court, ar.d on Dec. 7 that court
ordered the Standard oil company to
produce its iMioks covering the period
from 1S32 to ISiiT. t show whether tho
Standard had r.ald dividend.? during:
that time to the holders of the trust
certificates. Attorney Genera! Monnett
expects to l.-t" r.hle to prove that the of
ficial:? of the Standard destroyed their
books three or four niarhts before the
sujreme court ordered Jr. E. Squire, sec
retary of the company, to producV' the
company s books in c-vio.er.ee.
ICahbi Oiveft Important Testimony.
The most important wilr.es:? produced
yesterday was John Iiarmstett: r. of No.
1j Center Cour., a rabbi of a iloheniian
church. Tiabbi Darmstc-ttt-r testified
that on evening three or four weeks
aso ho vr.t into the saloon of K. II.
llock at 1"! Croton stre?t. to sec Pol
lock, who is an c tlicial of his church,
lie said that at the time Pollock was
waitmir upon s-veral Dohemian labor-
err, who were employes cf the Standard
Oil company. Darii:s-t;tter suid that one
the n.en in the saloon was cjuitir
hilarious ard was asked: "Why are
you fellows dointr s much treat'.tg?"
Two of the- men then enframed -n a con-
rsxition. and llas'iir.c; a roll cf bill.?
pyi'l that th-y had cot pi:rc? "srood
tulT" workin.tr rivcriirne. ene of them
who was a t'-rtmter sak! that he and i
r.other t.-aivsfi r had loaded up a lot!
of book'' at the lluelid avenue o:Tu e of I
J Celesatcs to the eighteenth .".nr.ual con-
vention of the Amcri'as FoJ-.rction cf
Labor have left for their homes ar.d
the remainder ftoins out ra; idly. Or.e of
the last acts of the cortvemi jp. was the
adoption, by a practically unanimous
vote, of the following res dution. intro
duced by Max Morris, eif Denver:
Kc-soived. ThPt it is the- sense of this
icnvention that the action of this bc.dy
In substituting (for the resolution
of John Kirby icr.c. rr.ir.cr the
pold standard) a resolution re-offirmirc-
all the former declaratlonr cf
the American Federation of Labor re
lating to the pricciple of bimetallism,
doe? not in any degree mean the aban
donment of that principle ly the Amer
ican Federation of Labor, but means
that it is so strongly intrenched in the
labor movement that it is r.ot r.ec ersary
at this time to debate the Question."
NOMINATED TO TILE CABINET.
Ethan Allen Hitchcock Take Illiss' riace
Once Ottered to Spocmer.
' Washington, Dec. Z2. Kthan Alien
Ili.-.-hcock. a lineal desct nont cf Col
r:than Allen, who took Fort Ticon
der jsta in the war of the revolution, was
appointed by the president yesterdRy
for secretary of the i:.teri r to sti-cord
Pli'S. rcs:sn d. Hitchcock is at presont
minister to P.uesia. He is a native of
AlTbama and a resident of .V..----C jri.
The president at the time i r" the resijt
nalion t'f Secretary IlMss.' which oc
curred shortly after the mcttir.. f
congress, and which was fr.nl. invited
Senator Spooi-.er to take the si at in the
cabinet vacated by i'.Iiss. oor.i r. it
Is said, took the matter under advise
ment for two or three days, but alter
eonsiderirc; it notified tr." I resident
that he fel: oblitcod to decline i:.
Iteversd on a Tec Unicality.
Chicago, Dec. 22. Ey an .r."cr of th -Ftrpreme'
court r.r.iir.I y..:; rjiy Ei
ward P. Dreyer has be.-n planted p n?v.
trial. The verdict i n the cae of the-
former treaurerof ihe'.vr
who was recently c r
criminal court of ember.::!
ti e f jn'Js of th; v. t pari;
reversed. The romt ur'
cas- Is reverrotl is fiat
mand was made? en Broy-.
ees ir for the money. A
tent to Dreyi r's hour by
vi ted in the
ii.tr f315.CCO of
1 of. d rtind
.:: wr.io'.i t'.-.i-
r.o i--rr.il c!e
. r 1 y l.lc suc-
AVuinuii Arrentetl for Jlurd.-r.
Junction City. Kas., Dec. 22. ?,Irs.
John Krebs was arrested here yester
day char'.i with the murder of Mrs.
tierce CraiT. Tr.e murdered v.-o;nan
kept house for Mrs. Krehr' husband on
Ilia farm, three ir.il. s fro.m here. She
was ah.no: t behep.ded t.ita a batcher
l:nif . At the toror.rr' ir.ou. st i- was
shown that Mrs. KrcLs was jeloes of
the Craig woman's relations v.it-i her
lius.intid, and that rhe spent s:?v?r.ii
hours in the farm hose th'.' day of the
I.osseii Aio Nearly $1 .CO O00. '
Montreal. Dec. . The lu..3 of Tucs
clay night's (ire is n ore ercter.sive t'rt u
at first staled. Grr.-rhlelcb; Sor.s &
Co. place the ir total 1- lj at about Sl 0.
fit.O. and Mclntyre Sor.s C".. fit about
the Standard ill o nc-any and had 1 j:;t:0.t.ro. (Ireersh'eleb: So: :
tal.rn them to th.' r.
where tbey T.r? bu-
imiVEIl Al ItAIO TO U'STIIY.
Another Witness Ib.u'.ed Itoxes, hut Did
Not Know I'lieir Ccintei!t.k
Attorney General Monnct secured the
residence and name of or.e of the dri
vers, ar.d when a eer.stab'e went to
Fubpoena him yeste relay the man ex
claimed: "My jr.!) is cone if I have to
tifyl" Another of the teamsters of
the Standard company, when informed
that he would probabiy be called upon
to testify, is reported to have said:
They can't catch me. What we took
were boxes, and I cant tell what they
contained." Jlahhi Darmstettcr. when
placed upon the witness stand, was
very unwilling to testiry, saying that
If he did so it would injure the members
of his congregation, many of whom
were employes of the Standard Oil com
Edward O'Henrn. a teamster in the
employ of the Standard Oil company,
was placed on the witness stand. He
testiled that on the Saturday before
Thanksgiving day ho was ordered to
go to the otitee of the company on Eu
clid nventi" and carry some bcxes from
there to the company's warehouse on
Imlepeniler.ee street. He said he got
th? boxes, sixteen in number, and de
livered them as oidired. He did r.ot
know the r-ames cf the employes who
turned the box, s, over to him. nor those
who received them at the warehouse.
In dimensions they were about 2 ft-et
long and IS inches broad. He declared
that he did not know what was in them
and denied having made the declaration
in a saloon that they contained account
Cornelius O'Hearn has had charge of
horses for the Standard Oil company.
The witners was very much agitated
and his testimony did net add anything
to tell information already obtained.
Attorney General Monett is very de-
sirious of placing on the stand Frank
ckeffllr. brother cf John D. Rocke-
elle-r. ar.d president of the Ohio Stand-
rd Oil company, and L. H. Severance,
late treasurer of the Ohio company.
IIolMonizecI the Licn'enant.
Lexington. Ky.. Dec. 22. The Hob-
son game was tried lor the first t:me
in Lexington yesterday. First Lieuten
ant Ilerr.am Law, assistant surgeon of
the Seventh Ohio, was passing througti
this city. A Miss Warren, with whom
he was acquainted, and seven other
handsome yeung ladies v. horn he met
for the first time were at the train to
see him, and during the short wait each
of the girls kissed him twice.
Special srmtion of Kansas Solon.
Tcpeka. Kas., Dec. 22. At 4 o'clock
yesterday afternoon the special session
of the Kansas legislature was convened
for the purpose ef passing a freight
rate bill and other measures many of
the Populists want enacted into law
before Governor Leedy retires from of
fice. Mo?t of the members are already
here ard a large railroad lobby Is also
on hand to look after the interests of
the Kansas roads.
$320.0:0 ir.suranee. $T5.C(C o
placed Tu-rday afternoon,
tyro Sons Co. SiCC.COO.
ar.u Mel n-
Subscribe for The Argus.
crowds of rede-strains on Kirzie street,
close to the passenger station of the
Xorthwcateru railroad, last niht two
men engaged in a desperate cioeunter
with revolvers. One cf them was killed
and theother r-rob?.b!y owes his life t rth
fact that his antagonist's weapon con
tained an empty cartridge. Der.r.is K.
P.iley. a detective employed by the CM
cago arid Northwestern rall.vr.y, is the
vletim of tile encounter, and his slayer
is Joseph, A. Mayer, a milk dealer at
Plear-ant Plain. Wis. The men hid at
one time been friend?, but lately had
bee'env estranced because of a bu.slr.es;?
deal.- The eld quarrel was rene wed
when they met on the street last night
and finally Riley dr-wr a. revolver.
Mayer then drew his weapon ami the
two men stev-d facing one another with
levelled revolvers. The crowds of peo
ple scattered in alarm as they saw the
(lash of the weapons, and Mayer and
Itiley had full possession of the side--vak.
The pause between the two ir.on
was brie?. Almost simultaneously laey
began wording. the triggers of the re
volvers. Today's weapon failed to act.
out Mayer s ctscharscd and tiie bu,.t t
struck his adversary above the hart.
Mayer then ' i?r i a s.cor.d time and
wound? i Kiicy. i vi r the left eye.
Chicago to Have a N CoHseeTi-.a.
Chii at '. De c. 22. A company of vl ich
Alderman Charles F. Gunther is presi
dent, l a. ked by S'OO.OCO, will c r.'tta mam
nioth new Coliseum on Wabash avenue,
between Fourteenth and Sixte- nth
streets. The hall will bo completed be
fe.re next fall, and an active campaign
for the national conventions of 1'jOJ v.i!!
be- inaugurated. A seating capacity of
n.i't.0 on the main lloor and galleries
will be provided, capable of extension
to 15.000 or 1S.O0 for extraordinary oc
casi'ons. Hawaii Ccivrrnnicnt Kill.
Washington. Dec. 22. The rer.ate
committee on inreign relations yester
day concluded its revision of the bliU
providing a territorial government tor
Hawaii. There were numerous changes,
the: most impor.ant being those relating
to qualifications for suffraee and mem
I CMship in tile island K-gis.ature, wl.ich
were largely modified.
VSIZrECT FOOD as TTholcscvjo an it in Delicious."
WALTER BAKER & CO.'S
' Has stood the test of more than loo yerrs use smonjr all
classes, and for purity and l.oucst worth is unequalled.
JL.urt.-af aW Surgical Jvmrual.
Costs less than ONE CENT a Cud.
Trado-Mark on CvcVy PacUaso.
WALTER BAKER & CO. LTD.,
Established I 780. DORCHESTER, MAS3.
We Arc Busy
AU the Time
Now is the time to Lave your
walls freshened with bri";lit,
clean paper, so that it will
le a pleasure to receive your
friends thi8 fall when they
come to see you. Scarcely
any annoyanccand so quiokljr
ADAMS WALL PAPER CO..
810. S12, 814 TWENTIETH ST
lir.il eMi.r Karn lugs in Michigan.
Itnsitisr. Mich.. Dec 22. For the first
three-fourth of li:S the total earnings
cf railroads in Michigan were $23.2110
as iigainsi SHO. T.lii.S-HO for the same
months last year. The increase was 1215
X'. r cent. For September the earnings
were ?2.t."t5. !12. an Increase of J2-l:015
ever i-epttml or, l-y
JOHN SI. PAUIPON.
riENKY A. TARIPOM
PAIDON Sc SO 1ST,
PAINTERS AND DECORATORS,
Paper Hangers, Calcimincrs, Etc.
Shop 419 Seventeenth St.
For Rats, Alice, Roaches,
IT'S A KILLER.
After eat:n,T, a'l vrrmin srek watfr and the ripen ir
liencc .:i. kiiicris the most cleanly cneartn.
For Sale by all Draecrists. Price. IS Cent.
HEWTON EASDFACTDRIHG & CEEKICAL CO
95 Wiliiani street. New York.
A Provoking Task
1 :,.wS t: r:r.n n
Long Is Not to Resign.
Washington. Dec. 22. Secretary Al
ger is authority for the statement that
there is no truth In the report of a
change In tie bead cf the navy depart
ment. . ' ...
fr-i-i I r?. .... 1
'SD ONE which i3 enough to make the righteous pro
fane and be forgiven, is an old stove that won't draw
when one is in a harry for their breakfast. When
yon can buy a superior stove or range that is handsome and
useful, a good baker, and of the very best manufacture,
that we sell at such low prices why bother with a use
less old hulk.
BAKER & KMOX
Cor. Nineteenth street
and Second Avenue.
Rock Island Savings Bank,
Kock Island. III.
Incorporated Under the
Four Per Cent P&Id on
K05ET LOANED 03 PEE305AL CCLLATZE1L 02 ZlAL ISTATS EICXTEITI
J. M. Baford. pre!!c!ert.
John Crubsmrh. Vice fresldent.
P. Greenawsit, Casaier.
Begss basfce July 2. low, acd occupy tbe
S. i-1 corner of Miycneil Ljnde s
H. S. Cable.
11. J. IbiiJ,
r. W. Hurst,
J. id- BleXOrd
Solicitors JscVsoo 3l Hurst.
CHAS. E. HODGSON .
Fire Insurance Agency,
Traders Ins. Co., - - Chioego, 111.
Union Ins. Co. - Philadelphia, Ph.
Rockford Ins. Co. - - Kockford, 111
I Security Ins, Co. - New Haven, Conn.
Slate ins. o. - - - uociaora, in.
OPBce. Room S. Bu'ord bloc. Pates
evslowas coasUleDt v.Lu b.-ourlty.
THE TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
SHICAOP, KOOE ISLAN & r'ACIFIO HVII
vmy Tickets can oe iorcrist.ed or air2&Kl
clred st K I A V Twentieth s:roet depot, or
C K I P depot, corner Kifth svenae sul Tlilrty
Irut street, l''rank U I'luiuiuer. A K tint.
tli): to pm
J. AL Buford,
The old Fire and
Losses Promptly Paid.
Kates an low as any
can afford. Your
patronage Im solicited.
FIRE, LIGHTNING . . .
Protect your homes
by Insuring in Re
Dervrr L'ra'toei & Omahl
Ft W;irth Di avtr 1 K C
(inui n and ! Moir.e.
tOmienii A Miii'M a;jlis '
C'mn'i- Dee ilo'iiufl Ex ....
Pi-nver, inonlri .t, t IrriHtiiL. . .
Ji'hieriero A lien A.eiiiir-
itrif k o-Nth1 .V: Ui.rc-nu Ac...:
fct I'auleS; Minrrni-ii is. .
Denver. t Worth K O
K uitsu City A M J fPiib. .. 11 In I in t H:fJI mu
tKrKt Iciend Jfc WHshin'!on. ' l: ri pmlt S:M! j.rr
Ch:r.Bp A; l.e Muln.s. . .. !t -:is i nilt 7:"e MS
ION k I'iHrci H'l-ntlpAt..'' ti:: imi r 7- le) etm
.rrlval. -tli:rar'aro. jUal'y, .xcx:pt Bccdy.
All others daily. Telephone l'r:i.'J
l l") am
t r;ti: cinj
: -J rim 4
. 'i umj :i: Hia
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14:in ni 8:-i lira
t -i :'ie ion loll" IiOl
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B0RLINTON rtOUTB-O B A U ItAJLe
way Depot i'lrdt svoliffs Siid lxtesitUa
St "I.., priuKCc'lrt. Peotm.
Bur Qeiir. 1 t"nmoDtri
Ch'caieo, storliDK. tUluioa a
Peoria, P -cJiiovrn. l!ar-
lmgton, Denver & West. ...
St. Tail A': M.rnieaiwjlls ....
riteriing, C luton DabntinA
St. C, le'iMi Ci T, Denver
A Pie. C'oo-t via talcwb'rir
LXAVS I ARBrTS
7.-00 am 7:19 pm
t;7:40 am 1 1:40 pra
t S :4.Mnn tll:M am
7:M pm H:V) am
7.0" paijt f.H'r
7: pm fltWam
Dally. tDally except Rondsy.
CQICAUO, MILWAUKER ft 8T PAUL 1111
w'.y FCarlnc ft douthwestorn Dlvlsloa
L-u;ot 'f eu' leiu s'n-.i.'t, between first and becoud
svenues. L U Orcor, Agcot,
Call on or sddrww
Room 43, .
MitcbeU ft Lynde Block.
C. R. Chamberlin,
Represents the following well
known fire and Aeclflent Iasnr
Rochester German las Co.
Vetebesier Kiro " .
Buffalo Uencaa " .
Geraian Fire .
..Rocb ter. N Y
HufJaJo. N Y
..Mancbester, N 11
M-lwaukee Mechanics " Mjlwa-jkee, Wis
Fidelity and Casualty " New York
Of3ce corner Eighteenth attest and
becxinct avenne, second Soar.
White Seal saloon
i Sis Scco Aveace.
Mali an 1 Express 7:30 am :15
t I'aol Kxprnsa 4 :l0 pm llrSOau
rreigbtanel AccomanclAtloa H:(I0 m . to ts
Daily except Hundsy.
Ot'K INLAND ft PKORIA RAILWAY
Detx t First Avnne and Twentieth street.
H titockhousu, Ucn'l Tk't AitenU
THAIN8! Lat AxaiTS
Sprlncflelel, OlnclliCiaU, Pecs-
ria, etc 10:91 pst
Peons, feprliiglicld, titLoulr
etc ";05am 8:40
Accnrnodatlon Fn-t PrelRtn. J0;eJ am
pe:oria. Hprinirjleld. Cincin
nati, etc 1:44 pm 11:15 am
Peo1a a50ti. Kreibt 7:10 pm 1 r.-n ant
C'ab'e and 8 he rr ard Accom. OrtKlam S-llO pm
Csblu Acvonimlaiion H :40 sui 2:J pm
Cab" nd Hii'-rraril Aecom.. 8;Wpm 7;5 am
Piics-nl.'er trains leave C 11 I ft P (Moline
asenae) depot 4vo (5)' minnt s earlier than time
ii, Tel.. Trains msrsed daily, all other trains
dnpy except scinday.
8awed building stone.
Ashlar and Trimmings
For caeapneei, dnrabilitj and
beaatj excelled by none. This
. stone does nit wash or color the
wail with aikali, eto. Plans sent
ns for estimates will receive
caref al attention and be returned
promptly at oar expense.
Qaarries 13 miles from Rock
Island on the C, H, A Q. R. B.
Trains Nos. 6 acd 10 will stop
and let visitors off add cn.
Bridge stone, corn crib
blocks and foundation
stone, any size desired.
Samples of Stone and Photos ol
bnildlnjrs can be seen at Room
No. 12. Mitchell & Lynda's bnili
ARTI1CJR BUE-iSALL, Manager
Rock Island or Coloaa, III.