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VOL. XLVII. XO. 110.
ROCK ISLiAXD, ILL., WEDNESDAY, MAltCII 8, 1S99.
TIIICE TIIEEE CENTS.
MUST TOTE SQUARE
England Issues an Ultimatum to
China Abo -it Railroad
DJSUEEECTION IN THE ORIENT.
ftenc-la Attack Imperial Troops and ;reat
Slaughter Follow I'rince Kanlaril Dy
Inc at Honolulu American Ship Hon
ored at Kington Other Late Nina of
the IJay ljr Wire.
Pi.kin. March X. Sir Claude Mac
Donald, the British minister has in
formed the Chinese foreign office thr
any attempt to repudiate the railroad
contract will le regarded as a lireach
of faith meriting retributive inea
ures. At the same time the minister
recalled Salisbury" assurance of sup
tort of China "if another power at
tempted to force her to repudiate her
Diplomatic Kupture Probable.
I ckni. March x. A diplomatic rup
ture i.s proliilile. as the Italian inline
ter regards it as an iii-.ii It the manner
in which the Chinese foreign oliice
treats Italv's demand for a coalintr
.station on the San mum hay.
ICeport of a 1 hlneee MMcre.
ictoria, March I'ctans .i an
in-urn-ctiou in central China has leen
received by steamer. The rebel-.
Jan. 2!. defeated the imreeii.il troojs
with "reat shm-Tliter. ami afterward
captured a mimlier of towns and ma
Kii rcil and mutilated the inhabitants
AFFAIRS IN SAMOA.
Steamnhlp AfKleeft From tli
of the I'aeriU-.
San Kruncincii. March Tin
steamer Alameda arrived from
Australia via Samoa and Honolulu.
hen she lett Apia, everything was
'piict under the direction of the pro-
visi.mal i-rnnieiit. witli Mataafa at
the head. The sentiment anions the
natives seems to be changing in t"aor
f Tanus. am! Mataafa is becoming
uneasy. Everybody was atixiotislv
a waiting the decision of the three
powers as to who will l.i- king.
NEW LAWS ARE PROPOSED.
Mill to tillable t itle to Itny Wnter Work
l'roMinitlnii at to Adjournment.
Springfield. March H. The bill has
ii-en introduced in t he house to enable
cities and villages to buy or construct
water Works, giving authority to lew
an annual t:i. and pledge the same in
pay incut therefore.
The senate passed a bill for division
of road and bridge funds collected in
cities, villages and townships opcrat
inir under the labor system, also a bill
providing that sohool funds may be
loaned at not less tlian . per cent m-
The republican senate carctis de
cided t: present a resolution for final
adjournment April 11.
GREAT DISPLAY AT KINGSTON
Honor to Sampson Siiuailron on the
t'st India C'riilMf,
Kin-lon. March s. l'lie Annapolis
and Vickbiirr arrived ahead of the
ol her tdiips of I he Amciicatl Mjllailron.
'I'iierc is a general disjday of the stars
and s'ripes in the city and harbor.
Preparations are making to suitably
entertain Admiral SampMMi.
PRINCESS KAULANI'S END.
Was 1 Auilril Williln "J I ll nr When the
tfif l.:tHt Ship Left Honolulu.
Honolulu. March 1. - The Prim-ess
Kaulaui is on her death bed.
though still alive wlien the
Alameda left for San l-'ranc;
not tirvive another !'. hours
matism of the heart is the
stcamer -co. caii
Ir. I.'aftel on Ills Way Home.
San Franci-ico. March s. lr. Kaf
fcl. hue president of the municipal
ciMMici! at Apia, arrived enroute to
(irniiun v. havin' len re 'ailed as th
result of tli.- recent event- in Samoa.
He says when he left everything was
Uiet. He thinks the attempt to place
lani'.sou the throne will re-ult in
the Mataafans holdir: e ervt hin-
ou! -idc of Apia.
.en. I llllelt.1.1 Dead.
New York. March llni. Milton
Smith I.i 1 1 hlii il is ileal of apoplexy.
Llade from pure
cream of tartar.
Safeguards the food
ALtm fci!dng pou-dcrs are the grcatet
mtaoccrs to bcihh of the present day.
m.At rv r r . rr . i,rr vrv-t.
aged C6. He studied law in the office
of Abraham Lincoln and made a good i
war record, especially as inspector
general of colored troops.
COUNTY BOARD DOINGS.
Passage of Amendment to Fees and Sal
mi tea Act Asked.
At this morning's session of the
county board a resolution was pre
sented by Supervisor Henton Davis
and adopted, asking the passage by
the state legislature of certain amend
ments to the act concerning fees and
salaries, classifying the several coun
ties in reference thereto.
A supplementary report on the
comity infirmary was presented
There was expended on the institu
tion in $7. 221. XX. The income
was $1,013. 51. The cost per capita
tier week was 1.2. 1 here are at
present 142 inmates. There wen- 14
1 1 cat In during the year and three
births at the infirmary.
The board, on invitation of Mai. C
V. Hawes, this afternoon vi-ited and
inspected the Woodmen building.
l'avnient of fla,H!.74 court house
bonds was ordered.
HAD A NAB ROW ESCAPE.
Startling Itesult of an Experiment
Shooting nt a Target.
r-.air.l:ei';, wis. March S. A veiy re
liiarkanle experiment ar.d what aim t
pri.vcJ fatal for two lives oorurred at
the home of the Krreckson b:-i.-th'-rs in
the wvsterp part of this town. Th
brothers were trin u. m.vt 1 wai of
:;. ting a rifle ball i.ito th- muzzl
r an -rjirary shotgun. Tiiey in
the doar el their house an I the shot-
gin was proi peel ut pointing tnwaril
Jiim. soir.e sixteen feet distant, and a
Tln.nias l!rret k.-on pulW the triffiii r
his brother Charley i.e. k d over his
brother's shouM-r to watch the a. -
curacy of the aim.
iw liui:et lrnek Ihe end or the on
posite nun bantl und -.la cut in halves
ai.d Pot; iet e. rcl.. tun ied. inn- baT
pagsimc through Thumas- ear ai.d !h
otrler !;alf cuttinz Cliarie-- cheek. Tii-
f? of bullet m-i-hip.I t i i li;iiid wit:;
errilile force, as they v, ie f.iur.d irn
it'Jdi d s?vtral in' h.s in tie l.ou.-e.
HIT WITH 2.000 VOLTS,
Vet He Survives. Terribly ISurned Some
New YorL. March s. Joseph Huniicl,
an uniiloy of the I.e.xinirton Avi mi
able power house, nlii1- winking: at his
witr-hhoaid yeptcicay. received and
uriv d an flt il ic sin: k of ahout .0"'l
o;t.. The n.an's b. ily w.i? Pureed black
rum !ad to f.,ot: every Mitili ot t ioth-
ir.g; was torn from him. and tie ft II ser.Fe-
! f s through it hole instantaneously
burn, i! in the llij.r by the ttrritic elec
trical p wer.
Tne d- tors v. r.o Jittrr.d.-d rim say
the-re is i.o a.e on reiord of a manwith-
Mandini? a simi'ar shock. The accident
was caused through Hampol tiyir.g to
tiBhten u loose prrew on the switch
board, and m oaie way creating a cir
cuit. The ('nomiiMf power of the shock
may he judged from the fact that until
the circuits were radni?td all the cms
of the roatl w ere brought to a standstill.
Wilson M. Day. of c'levetand. is to lie
th" Renera! rranag'-r for the Chautau
Fuur of the pru-.i ii ;:l i f iicn srowers
near Dowasiac. Mi h.. slate that they
will have a fair p ;n h en-p.
Itobeit M. I -a Kotlette. of Wiseonsln.
Fojoiirninp in southern California, is re
ported much impmed in health.
Fire practically destroyed the Hun
garian elevators at 1. r.v. r. with U'O.VCC
Push-Is of v. he?.t. Loss, f Wi.i Len.
A litttle fox terrier saved ihe lic
eevt ral persons living; in a fiat ln.iidin:
at Chicago by piving notice of tire.
llishop lltrry W . Warren, of the
Methodist church, is suffering fr.'in ;lp
landicitis at IJuenos Ayrcs. Ars'r.tira.
The stcamt-r If. . Ituttorf struck the
I'Uisville ar.d .asnvii.e iiridue at
t'larksville, Tcnu., ar.d sar.k. No !ivs
The Michigan sugar munuractoiy at
I!av City has consunn d C."j.i;s tens i
bei ts and turned out C,UOi'.0 pounds of
A Chicago tiiar.cial buicau s.iys it is
th purpose of the Independent straw
bcaril manufac turers w ho w ish tooran
ize the outside plants ir.to a strong iom-
i-ai.v. to capitalize the association at
Army Winter lloKpital.
Savannah. -. March s. Tlie
army winter hospital here was opened
todav with 1.Uk cots.
Tentn Muwterect Out.
Macon. C.i. . March . I lie lo;h
immuiies. coioreu. were musiercd out
Chronic Ktenmtl-m Cured.
lr. II. 15. Hettinger, Indianapolis.
Iud.. savs: 'For sev eral months after
prainin" mv ankle I was severely
a'Micted with rheumatism. I li taliv
tricd lletchon's -Mystic Cur"" f.,'r
rhenmatism. and in four days covld
walk without my cane: two iottks
cured me sound and well. I take reat
pleasure in rccoinmetidino; the -.I-tic
t lire' to all who arc afflicted w iih i heu-
liiat ism.1" Sold f'V Ott Croljan lonl
Second avenue, llock Island, and (,11st
Schickel iV Son. 22" West Sei oinl st 1 vet.
I .i v e n port.
Ila-U Coal. Coke aut Wixxl.
Indiana block for furnaces, canned
for srrates. Cable and Athens lump
and nut for stoves.
K. B. McKows.
KIplloK Crnwi Better.
New York. March Ki'iin ami
ilatiiitcr. Klsie. continue- to improve.
The tinp l orr That Io Care
laxative Uromo (itiiniiu- Tablets re
moves the cause that pnxluces la
jjrifpe- The jrenuine has L. II. tj. on
taO-h tablet. cents.
HOT WORK AT MANILA
All-Day Engagement in Which
Several of Our Boys Are
QUE WASHINGTON PEIVATE KILLED
Filipinos Mal and Then When Attacked
ISreak I'p iuto .Small Parties and Take
Cover Driven, for Three Mile. They
Continue Lnng-RauKe Firing Weather
Very Hot Sun Prostrate Twenty-;'! ve
Soldiers Agdnaldo Dishonors His Own
I lag f Trure.
rebel? are tusily
ftnses at various
S, 10. CO a. m. The
pre. t aring- their tie
points, ami are mos
San IVdro Mac-ati
where their sharpshooters maintain
persistent annoyance. Scott's battery
cn ti.e hilltop is the center of lire from
botii sides of tiie rivr. Otn-ral Ha
withdrew his outposts from the left
bar.k of the stream ar.d is no.-.- occupy
ii.g his original position, further trou
ble is probable in the vicinity of the
waterworks whe n the rebels rally, but
it woulci be alno.-t an impossibility for
them to interfere w ith the water supply
owing to the strength of our po.-ition
The weather is hotter than ever.
Cleared tlif Front of the Line.
Manila, Mar.' h v. A c' tac hm nt
Heneral Half's and Ceneral Whtaton's
brigade f was eiigaped for two hours
;cst-rday morning ckai lng tli c 'iintry
Pi from of tlic ir lines on both ; ides
the river, the- cn my coin er.tt atini; wtt'i
the apoar.-nt fiurpose of cutting off th
g.-iiison at til" wat-rwoiKS. in- ieiicjs
loM.-d at the tlrst sign of the advam
but they separated into siv.all bodies
w!:-i-ver the covert afford, d opjior
t unities aril kept up a ru!:nir;r f"re. By
a seri'-s of ia:.id advances foliuweil by
I'aiifi move-ments the enemy was com
pletely routed as far out a 'iuacl ilupe,
on the right, and almost to M ii iiuin.i,
r. tiie b-ft. Tile casualti-s reported are
Certain O'Eri'-n. of com'i.my K. Fir.-t
W yomir.g volunteers, and t.o n.en
J'rivate Killeil by tt Stray Sbctt.
In the atteiiiooii liriifr.ii llaiej
I ti-ade eontinu d tho work of driving
out th.- rebels from the country b tween
th r-:-(! voir and the waterw orks, a
distance of about three miles. Th
ccuntry is now clear on the left of thi
river, but the enemy is si ill in front of
ene-ral XVheaton's line. Near San
I'e li o Mac-ati they have b. en actively
attempting to make the oitions of the
Sixth artillery on the hills untenable.
their eharpshooter keep'ng up a con
stant tire all day. Private Iove-jt?y.
company C. ashmgton volunteers.
was killed by a stray bullet. Maior
T: dl, Se-nth t'nit.-d States cavalry:
Private Young, company M. Twentieth
infantry: Private Curran. company II.
Twentieth ir.f.intrv. unJ i: ivate Snarks.
rompany I, first Wyoming volunteers,
were woundt 1.
I lag of Truce Ii.lionored.
Ys-.er(!ay morning th?enrmv i.n frar.t
of !)in-nl tivcnshine's line- sent out ;i
l'.ag of truce, but retired when Lieu
tenant Koohler with two men advanced
to meet it. In t atterncon they again
showed a white Hag. and a gonera! with
two officers and an Interpreter ad
vanced. XV hen the Americans were
within about yards of the rebel
pnrty the latter dragged rifles from be
hind their backs and opened lire utmn
them, but fortunately without effect.
H-twthrone'M battery fired two shells.
killing several of the encn-y.
At 3 p. m. yesterday the temperature
was s4 degrees Fahrenheit and the heat
as intense, especially on the lines
where twenty-five men were tempor
arily prostrated during the day.
TO fiOVERX TIIE Fir.IPINOS.
Points from the Instructions Given tiie
Washington, March S. The instruc
tions governing the commission which
is to investigate the Philippine situa
tion provide that the commission is "to
ar.r ounc e by a public proc lamation their
presence ar.d the mission intrusted to
them, carefully setting forth that, while
the military government already oro-
aimed is to be maintained ar.d con
tinued so long tiS ne cessity may require,
efforts will be made- to alleviate the
burdens of taxation, to establish indus
trial ar.d cr.rrmere ial prosperity. fd to
piovide for the safety of persons and
f prorieity by such means as mav le
found conducive to these ends.
"The c ommissior.ers will endeavor,
wif.ioul interference with. Ihe military
has often been styled the cause of death
in persons who "have long lingered in
disease. The amazing work which the
heart rccularlv performs would certainly
pre-suppose its breakim down. The most
active chrrher can raise himseir 1UUU
feet in an hour, the best loco- -rv
motive 4000 feet and the heart Vw
v ' ,Kr" j ivei- i e i i vt o c na .
energies in full glow and force, y$
I apsi iia:t cxuati, i ne -CJ-ilG.
out food. No
er without rich supplies of biood. The
heart is the eeat ermine of the bociy.
Keep it going, steadily, easily, persist
ently, unto a. ripe old age.
I hire ud your VIt F.xtrct m here a " Be"
Tonic sc-CDcd 10 he indicitrti. mnd the rcrull h.iv
proved quire .atifa.;tnrr. U here malt prcrarar-ni
U required. I shall aol hesitate to luezrst tne uc ol
THOS. SHR1NER. M. D.
At all drut ncres.
I Your friends
I will praise
iyour coffee '
if vou use orilv the ilelici..tis
lw 1.1 1vi irri-ri wlino Amml I
'A does not exist, from choice selected Cj;
-v e..r- i....,o. .,.,,-1.-.1 11 .v. 1,1 ;.. c....i...
g air-tight, I'-lb. cans.tc 1- ground ns
vf used. No coflee, loose or or(Jlin(J Ju
J-; the store, can be so delicious, he-cause
if it loses its aroma and becomes a
A refuse lor dirt ::;:J elust. This is whv
experts say that l . v 1 . I.rand is
" The finest coffee
in the world."
jsTe-U your jjroe-er
i or no coffee :it all,'
' it for vou if not in
x . x 1 . v-oiic-e
ana nt-will tet
THOMSOS 8 TAYLOR SPICE CO., - CHICAGO. ILL.
uuiiioimes 01 mi" 1 imeu s.att s noWin
cenliol of the Philippines, to ascertain
what amelioration in "he condition of
tne innatjitants ana west improvements
in public- order may be pi aeticable. and
for this purpose they will study atten
tively the existing social and political
state of the various ropuialicus. par
ticularly as regarus the forms of local
government, the aumimstration of j us
lice, the collection of customs ami other
taxes, the means of transportation, and
the need of public improvements.
ine commissioners are hereby au
thorized to confer authoritatively with
;r.y persons resilient in the islands from
whom they may believe themselves able
to derive information or suggestion:
valuable for the purposes of tii-ir com
mission, or wtiom tiny may moose to
employ ar- agents, as may be neeessary
for this purpose.
"Tne temporary government of the
lands is intrust, d to the military au
thorities ana win c ontinue until conpress
shall determine otherwise. The com
mission may render valuable services by
examining with special care the legis
lative needs of the various groups of in
habitants ana by reporting, with rec-
mmenda t ions, the measures which
should be instituted for the maintenance
of order, peace and public welfare, eith
er as temporary steps to be taken im
mediately for the perf'ftion of present
Iministration. or as suggestions for
'It ?a my desire that in all their rela
tions with the inhabitants of the islands
I'.ce commissioners exercise due respect
f'ir all the ideas, custoir.i and ir.stitu-
lons nf the tribes and r -s which com
pose the population, emphasizing upon
j.11 occasions the just and Ler.efic ent in-
ntions of the government of the t'nit-
td Sates." '
ATKINSON BILL IS
Michigan Senate I'nts It Tlirongh
Seveial Important ClinngeH.
Lansing. Mich.. March 8. The At
kinson railraad taxation bill tossed th-
se nate yesterday by a unanimous vote.
ne member being nbsent. The bill had
assed the house, but had been amend
d in the snnate in several particulars
The most important senate amend
ments ale those requirinir c onlii niatio.i
y the senate of the governor's ap-
ointees upon tne state bo nd of asses
sors; deposing the tovernor as- presi-
cnt of that board, and striking out
rov.ston for forfeiture of Irani liis'-s a.-.
eralty for non-payment of taxes.
After all the discussion on the meas
tir" since before the legislat urei nnv re-
It was discovered yesterday. that the bill
id not provide for the taxation of rail-
oads, but only for that of telegraph,
telephone and express companies, th.
word railroads .having in some- a
been omitted and not discovered in the
house. This amendment was made. Th
bill now provides that the nomination
of members of the state board of asses
sors made by the governor must b
mac" during the legislative session.
I he house must act onthefriiati am' ii'
Itoeher Defeat the Turk.
P.-ston. March N. Krnesi Itoeber
f ated the "Terrible- Turk" in a Ura
Koman wrestling match last nis;!:
Music hall, winning the bout,
under the conditions intervenin
w hie ii
also the match. The Turk was on ;
fours when Roeber got a ba' k haii.ti e
lock on him. Slowly Ihe arm went bark
in the dangerous i-osition and th
Turk's manager acknowledged the de
feat in the fall for his man. Itoeb.
however. refu.--d to accent th" fall ar.d
retained the lock as was his privi'ee
To save his man s arm from being i
hri-'ken. the Turk's managers, gave uj
Chicago Kepubliean Ticket.
r-;iicago. March S. The K-l-ub:ican
city convention yesterday nominated
the following ticket: For mayor. 5C:r.a
Carter: city attorney. Thomas H. Can
non: city trtasure r. Emil C. Sehaefer:
city clerk. Charles I'iersor.. The r.lat-
ferm as to city affairs is for compensa-
t: n from sinet railwas for the use of
t.e streets, short licenses for the road:
with ontion of the city to buy at the
end of tre li. -er.se. and favors the eieht-
h"ur law ar.d legislation asainst depart
Good rropert for a Kloocl.
Cairo. Ills.. March V The conditions
look more favortcble fc.r a great tlood in
ti.e Mississiid alte-y this year than
they have at any period so far this st t
for. ar.d the nxt lew davs iii.I deter
mine the result. Observer Smith, of the
weather bureau, said: "There is suffi
cient water in sisht to cive a Mae or.
the present rise here ejf 44 to 43 feet."
New 1 ork'a Snow Kreora.
New York, March S. The snowfall
yesterday was 5.2 inches, making the to
tal for the winter nearly fifty-four
inches, or twice as great as the fail la
' 1 '
I I 1 ni".s
1 ' .v.Ml
In the lot are silk lined overcoats, fancy back overcoats with silk shoulders,
in fact all the latest style clothes and made by the best tailors. Don't buy
until you have seen our line.
We Carry Overcoats from $4.39 up.
BRIBERY OF SOLUS,
As It Is Alleged To Be Practiced
in the State of Penn
sylvania. EX-ilEMBER BY THE NAME OF CO YLE
ciiresontecl by tlie Vitnei.e as liie !fan
nger of a Cam palgn in 15-lialf of the Mc
i'arrell Jury ISIIl 1'rom $.-.(( to ifl.OOO
OlVei-eil for 'otcs, Aceoi-iling to Stories
of the Allegcil Itrlbee" Tlie Case In
e'lali Indefinitely Postponed.
Har; i'-'otii g. I'a.. Mrrh $. A meeting
the commitfc to inquire into the
urge; of biib ry i:i connei tion with
o ptissage of the McCarrell jury bill
the house- w as held U:t t ev. ning and
veioj ed some sei sationai tistim . ny.
iie lirst witness called was Colonel
irge Xex McCain, ptaff correspondent
Hai risburg of the I'hiladelj hia Press.
Cain said that IV ter .1. Crist', repre-
ntative from Norl humb i land county.
:d pirn that he was approached by an
individual anl to. el thai it would b;-
rth JlA'OO to hiin to vote for the re-
consi(!. rat ion of the bill, teui stiiuc-ntly
lie admitted to the wiin'-ss that it was
-I :! : ' s'-ntati ve Thomas Moyles, of
'ilki sbai re. who said he wanted thi
ll to become- a law. as it would he'p
m out in a case in J-uzerr.e county in
hie h he was a defendant.
Coyle seemed to Know tne Itopei.
.bdin I'. Iiwyer. .-ilo of The Press,
stitie d that U presentative John Kng
of l.ye.iuiing courity. toid him that
met .Mi. ha--I J. Cost. o, a f.nirer
.-ib i:t of Williani'-rior'. and escorted
him to the Polton Hou.--. Harrisburir.
her- the v met ex-Senator John J.
yle. of Si huylkill county. Coy!e toll
ngler that he uiubrstoo.l be was a
mar. Ca t holic-. and asked him to v .f
r tp.. Pi i 1 be; ause Arebbisiioi liyan
.'ti'd it to beeoim a ia .v. Witness
id Coyle told Kngler he would pay
oi S-'ii'O to vote for the bill, and put his
hi.nd in "his po k'-t and s..d he v ould
e rni S.'lje at 'nif - y said he
d tli do this he n v.es a member
lh'- legislature. a!i: that if K-mie-r
w.-uld go along on th.s bill he would
put him in" on several other bids, and
that he c-ou! 1 make n.oie on the outside
than his salary as a member of th';
1. us-. Kr,gb r refused to acc ept the
ney and left Coyle.
Took Ilverylhing That Came Hi War.
Kncrler testified that Cost' lio met hi.n
the Holton House and to.,k him to a
m at the Loch i'-l hotel and lr.tro-
ed him to ex-S'-rator Ciyie. Coy!
d he i'sed tcj be in the ie cr i .ila t u r'
1 that he to.,k every-iiirg that came
b s way. Kngler c-- rroln. rated Dwyer's
t. --Timor v as- to rnvl-'s ai - g'd offer of
.' to vote f r the hill an-1 the rest.
cVLt; worin 10 tiik iikst.
All He I r wired ' That the Other U
lo Vote Kisht.
Criste rid he kr.ew Mnyl'-s Tel was
a mmlier of the rmme v. H .n i.im in i:i.;.
:!oyI-s told utr.o-s th.it there were
three" in it if he w.,uM vote for the
bUL Movl'-s saw the witness tuits.e-
The most satisfactory piece of ciothing in your
clothing belongings is a spring overcoat. Now
is the time to purchase one. We have by far
the best made and
The Best Fitting Spring Overcoats
Offered in the Three Cities for
The overcoats are all new this season and made
to sell for $13.50 to $16.50. In order to make
this the banner spring overcoat season, we make
the price $10 oo.
fluently and askoi him to vote for tne
l econsid ratiot, of the bill. Moyles was
under indie tiner l in Luzerne- county for
conspiracy ami saiei he was anxious to
have the bill passed. About this time
ex-Senator Coyle came In and said to
witne-ss: "Vou vote for the McOarrell
bill and leave- ih'e rest to me."
An hour latir Movies called Criste out
ir.to the hallway .-unl urged him to move
for the rec-orsidi rat ion of the McCarrell
l-ill. Moyles told Criste what to say
when he made tin motion and promised
that if he would make the motion there
would be- Sl.Cfii) in it feer the witness.
Criste lolel Moyles to write out what he
wished him to say when he made the
motion, and while he was doing so the
bill came up and Criste went into the
house and voted to aeljourn to prevent
n reconsideration of the bill. Criste said
that after lie- adjournment Coyle came
te him ami tolei him he- made- a mistake
in not voting for the bill: that the- fei
leiws over then- ipointing b th- 'in
surgents' I wern being taken care of."
This i(m:'i'k created general laughter.
Voorhees. of tin- committee, asked, that
the names of Colye, CostcHo and Moyles
be calieel that they be Riven u chance to
testify in their behalf. Chairman Fow
saiel these nun could not testify before
the committee, find that they would be
given a chare- if th'- matter was taken
into the- oints. The committee aeljourn-
d for the day.
Taiuit-r Mm rue Allen uit Kepeaie..
Sprinmie-:-.', Ills., March 8. (Jovermir
Tanner sit-t.'-e! the- Ailing street railway
bill at'-r.V. yesterday afternoon.
Thre was 1-ss than a ciuorum In the
house yesterday. A fru- bills e,f no qen
'ral inle-r-st w. i-- advanced to s.f-conel
and third l arii tig. Uily half a dozen
si r.ators w - t in their se at s and the sen
ate attempte'l no business.
elia-ka Iti-piili.ifraiiH Agre-.
Lincoln, Neh. S.--M. I., liayward. Ue
publPac. was nominated feir I'nitei
Staf-s tena;or :r. the- l; puhlican caucus
here lest night, lb- will be elect, il in
toe joint s'-ssieiii tee'ay. Il.iyward wa-
th" i;( pub. ie an catalidate fer gov-rno.-iast
fall. I;iring de feat- d by W. A. Poyn
If vou have catarrh, ilon't flallv
with'local remedies, but purify ami
enrich your blood with Hood's Sitra
patilla. lave uei rnl tlzhirrn feet Ions at
least e-in.e on trie Heche after mv tanii.K two
CASCAKKTS. This I 'on sure lia can -f;eJ my
b-iel her 1th for the pa-3t three years. 1 am still
t.tkinj? Cascure-i-. the only cathartic wonhy of
Qceiice by seii-iiolo .-cnpie -'
GEu. W. BOWLES, ISiMirc. Mass.
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