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THE AKeiTS. SATURDAY, MARCH 11, 199.
of the Anheuser-Busch
"The American Porter"
Supplies a delightful beverage to
the American public that has long bee n
demanded but never previously attained. It is superior in every way to
the best English Porter. Stout and all and all; being mellow, refreshing
and palatable. The only perfect Porter of American make.
Try a bottle of (he new brew. Sold at all buffets.
Made only by
ANHEUSER BUSCH BREWING ASS'N, St. Louis, U. S. A.
Brewers of the Famous Original Budweiser. Faust. Mkhclob,
Anhuuer Standard. Pale Latgcr and Anheuser-Busch Dark.
Living on the Reputation of Others,
"7 ale everything that J have but my
good name; leave 'me that and I am con
tent:1 So said the philosopher. So sav
all manufacturers of genuine articles to
that horde of imitators which thrives
upon the reputation of others. The
good name of
lias induced many adventurers to put in
the market imitations that are not only
lacking in the best elements of the iron
nine article, but are often harmful in
The public should be on their guard
against these frauds, and, when an ex
ternal remedy is needed, be sure to insist
upon having Allcock's Porous Plaster.
GRIPPE KILLS MOKE PEOPLE
Thau Small Pox, Velloto Fever,
Cholera or any other contagious
disease, slsk vour Doctor.
Thousands die in every epi
demic of la grippe like the pres
ent one and thousands die every
year afterward from some weak
ness of the system lejt over from
(VvyV is little j eared because
it is little understood. Its work is
hidden often does not appear
even to the practiced eye of the
A genuine hard case of la
grippe scarcely ever leaves a sound system.
The germs of la grippe are the smallest mic
robes known, yet they generate a toxine poison
of the most virttleut character.
La Grippe is in the air. You don't have to be
exposed, as in other contagious diseases. The
germs of la grippe are everywhere at present.
In one week the wave of infection crosses a
continent. A nation is infected as quick as
one city. You cannot escape la grippe by iso
lation. You breathe in bacteria in every breath.
Grippe can be Cured hy Foley's Honey and Tar.
This is guaranteed.
(jric can be Prevented by Foley's Honey ana
Tar. This is guaranteed.
Foley s Honey and Tar reaches the root of the
disease. It destroys and eradicates the germs
of la grippe. It puts the system on a plane to
resist and expel these microbes.
Toley s Honey and Tar, by absolutely curing
la grippe, leaves no loophole for future lung
trouble, throat diseases, stomach disorders and
fatal organic troubles.
All it'- spil Kolry-. Honey and Tar under a positive g Jarantee
to P;';':! .Vf ''Urr in uny .taj,.. Waving the vtm at rot. g
:ijr:i.iuT. ir.fcoilnn of any i.iihI.
GOV. HOGG "ROASTED"
Lone Star State Leader Given
Rough Going-Over in the
BI3 CLAIM FOE $10,000 REJECTED.
IAV1GNE LOSES THE FIGHT
Juit th.iame Way That Corbett Loit la
Hi. Go with Sharker.
San Francisco, March 11. Eilly
Lavigr.e. brother cf Kid- Lavigr.e
Jumped into the ring- in the fourteenth
icur.d cf the Smith-Lavigne fight !ast
r.ijht ar.d Referee McPonaid was forced
to give the decision to Smith. The en
came so suddenly and unexpectedly that
i..e cig crone was icr a time at a ices
to understand the situation. The cause
cf Billy Lavinge acticr. was the fact
that George had received a couple of
solid bleu frcm -?n-.ith on the Jaw and
was palpatly rattle-d and somewhat
Write a Note to the One Who Denounced
Hi in tbe Hottest That I Somen hat Sij
nlflrantor f'ittot and Coffee for Two
Cryaa Complete Ui Political Tour of
Tea Delaware to Have but One Sena
tor at rahlng!ou.
Austin. Trx.. March 11 The biggest
ro!lt:ra! if-r-iati-r tiYflS pnl ivol in
years took place yestsrJay when ex- I cut. Lavigr.e hai a slight advamag?
Governor H.-g-r was rra:ti:a:'v ar-iP tc the final rrurd. tut in that he
rair;ned bef .re the senate of the Texas was gettin
legislature and ths politicians wire
trivan an opportunity of stoning: the
great political leader and dictator of
the Lone Star State. The'matter came
up iver a measure now pending to pay
Governor Moss $1-.CC0 for collecting
from tht federal government $101.00 J
due as money left over after settling
His brother seeing his condition and
fearins a knockout, in brctherly sym
pathy and family prige. Jumped through
the ropes and placed his arm about his
brother's shoulder, declaring- he wou
never see Gerrge humilated by akr.ock-
the worst of it.
the debts of Texas when a republic.
Governor Hogg, acting under contract
with Governor Culberson, collected this
money, and the present legislature was
expected to appropriate the money to
pay him. Yesterday morning a resolu
tion was introduced setting forth that
the contract was illegal and that Hogs
had no constitutional right to any such
Hogg Ak for a Hill of Particulars.
The discussion of this resolution
brought forth one tf ths most extended
debates in Texas for many years. It
waxed fast and furious all day and
was only settled about dusk last even
ing by the adoption of the resolution.
which is believed to be aimed at wreck
ing1 Hocc's political future in Texas.
The debate over the resolution, led by
Fenator Udell, was spirited. He charged
that the contract was illegal and the
claim without authority of law. Hi?
charged that Hogg was not actuated
by fair motives or honest dealings in
attempting to get this fee. and created
a sensation by stating that the ex-
governor had written him a note dur
ing the afternoon asking him as to the
full text of his present remarks con
cerning the writer.
Halm for the L'c-Govrrnor' Feelings.
His exc.iriatlonsof Hogg were exceed
j FOUR MINERS ARE DEAD.
Two More. Believed to Have TSeen Killed,
and Several Injnreil.
creeae. coin., siarcn n. An exj.l-s.on
of several hundred pounds of powder
occurred in tunnel No. 3 of the Commo
dore mine, creating great havoc and
killing fit least four miners. The names
of the dead so far found arc: Albert
Watson, Frank J. Htes. John i-'rna. It
is certain that one other miner (name
nt yet ascertained) was killed, and it
1 believed that the dead number six
and that'tliere are several others seri
The bodies of the three men found
were horribly mar.gltd. and the only
way in which they could be recognized
was by their clothes. Watson's head
and face were almost entirely blown
off, right foot entirely tern off and bis
right arm at the shoulder, ar.d hisentire
body was baOly mutilated. Srnu's head
was torn off with a part of the neck,
and both arms acid legs were dismembered.
Legislation for Wlsrntiftln,
Madison, Wis , March 11. The assem
bly will begin the fight on the anti-pass
bill Monday. Yesterday the bill to
license barbers, on which a fisrht misrht
J have been expected, was ordered to a
third reading almost without debats.
Several bills of little importance was
passed and a score ordered to third
reading. There have been SSS bills acted
upon by the assembly this session so
far. of which sixty-seven were passed.
The senite passed bills) authorizing
towns to buy tools for making roads on
credit and to pay for them in five an
nual installments, and providing for
mnitary conditions in cigar factories
and prohibiting manufacturrsof clgar3
to employ any person under 18 years for
more tlun eight hours a day.
Close Call for a Holocaust,
New York. March 11. A six-story
tenement fit 4 llayard street caught fire
early this morning. Twenty families
were aroused from their slumber. The
tenement burned like tinder and a num
ber of people were forced to drop fiom
i the windows into nets. Several little
children were thrown from the windows
and were caught by firemen below, all
ere aping uninjured. I-n teen persons
were carried fro.n the upper floors to
the street by the firemen. No lives wera
s winter passes &way it leaves many
eeling weak, depressed and easily
This means that the blood needs
attention and sensible people always taKe
a tonic at this time of vear. Purdatives are
not the right medicine they veaKen instead!
Dr. Williams Pink Pills for Pale People are
the best tonic medicine in the world and do
not act on the bowels. Tliey stimulate the
appetite, enrich the blood, strengthen the
nerves and make people feel bright, active
Do not accept a substitute. Look
for the full name on the package.
5Tany yromea are languid, peevish, sallow, nonppctile, full of r.chc:; and prun,
and generally out of sort . This condition prevails because the blood has become
impure. No one is better able to speak of this fact than Miss Hazel Snider, :i
charming young woman of Arlington, I ml. To-day she has rosy cheeks, sparkling
eves and a plnuip form, which prove that she is in good health. A year n;o
Miss Knidcr did not look po. She was very thin, her checks were pale, her eyes
sunken end dull. Phe was troubled with nervousness and general debility.
"I had been sick some during my life," she said, "but not any more than
the average girl, aud was considered strong and healthy. I had prepared to tench
school, but became so run down that I did not feel like teaching, mid gave it up.
I disliked to do this, but my mother end physician urged it. I began to grow
pale, weak, lost several pounds of flesh, was stupid, and had no ambition. My
appetite failed. My blood was in a b;id condition, having become thin and watery.
After several months' treatment from the family physician we saw he could do
lue no good. I was discouraged ami did not know what to do.
"One day I read an item in a paper of the wonderful curative qunlities of
Dr. Williams.' Pink Pills for Tale People. Shortly afterwards a neighbor came in
and told me about her experience, aud how they cured her. I finally tried the
medicine, and when nearly through with the second box noticed a change for the
better. After I had taken eight boxes I was cured, and have had no occasion to
take any kind of medicine since. I feel that 1 owe much to Dr. Williams' Pink
Pills for Pale People, probably my life, mid I advise any one suffering withi
troubles similar to mine, to take these pills." . Miss IlAZHt, Snider.
Sold by all druggists
or sent, postpaid, by the
Dr. Williams Medicine Co.,
Schenectady, N.Y., on re
ceipt of price, 5octs.
per box, 6 boxes, $2.50.
AftoA 5aW6ct &v& Uetve Totc
Illinois Win the Debute.
P.'oo!r.ins;tin. Uls., March 11. Thers
was a debate here Iart night between
three champions of the Iowa Wesleyan
lngly bitter and created a profound university, and the Illinois Wesleyan
sensation. Quite a number of senators
took sides and spoke at length on th3
proposition. Aftr much exciting de
bate the Sfnate adopted the resolution
by a vote of Zl to 4 declaring th? claim
ilietral and unconstitutional. An amend
ment was adde'. however, settinar forth
that it was not the sense of the senate
in adopting it that it should reflect
upon the personal character of Hogg.
Hundreds of people were in attendance
upon the entire session, listening with
IIKYAN DiCI'AKTS KnOSI TEXAS.
of this city. The question was "Alliance
with ICngland." Iowa taking ground in
favor of an alliance. The decision was
awarded to Illinois.
Lying at the Point of Death.
Jefferson. Wis.. March 11. Judge Tra
W. Bird, a prominent resident and well
known throushout the county and in
the state, lies at the point of death. The
srkness is a very severe form of the
grip and the jud?e being in his Snth
year makes his conuition a very seri
Chiraga Combination in Brick.
Chicago. March 11. The brtckmakers
ff Chicago and Cook county have de
cided to form a combination wilh a
capital of $7,000,000. The new company
will represent about SO per cent, of the
t.'tal ouput of the county.
Leader of tho Silver Forr-M Completes His
Tour or That Mate.
Pallas. Tex., March 11. Colonel Will
iam Jennings Ryan completed his lec
ture tour of Texas at Dallas yesterday.
He address i a packed Onera House in
ti e afternoon and spoke to about 500 I Will Sucrrert OeWitt T.ilmsi,
luhorir.tr men at their hall at nicht. His Washington. March 11 P.ev. Dr. T?v-
lecture was in opposition to territorial ron Sunderland has been appointed pas
expansion, which he said would be t r of the ! irst rrcsbytenan church to
checked by the American people lower- : succeed the Rev. T. DeWitt Talmage.
ii.k me fiars ana stripes in luia, i'orto
Kico and the Philippine islands. He ad
voiated flee ard unlimited coinage cf
silver, and predicted that the Chicazo
pUtfvrm would be reaffirmed by the
Democratic national convention as a
wholi and in detail.
He arraiRnd trusts and syndicates.
holding- that while the government could
t-.ar the hi; land from his wife, ihp son
frcm his mother and sters. and force
them to fact? th dangers of war it
was powerless under Republican admin
istration to strangle- trusts. His tour in
Texas was in the nature of an ovation
at Fort Worth. Houston. Dallas and all
along the line of railroads. Colonel Dry
an left fjr Lincoln. Xeb.. last night.
Urlauare to fcleet No Senator.
Dover. Dt I.. March 11. The Democrats
ar.d regular Republicans who have been
such important facters in the tri
angular senatorial fight had an under
?;anJing last efening which amounted
t. an agreement to disagree, but to
lt-av Delaware with only One senator
at Washington for two years.
Kill Not Impriou Mrs. Cody.
Albany. X. Y.. March 11 Judge Greg
ory announced yesterday that he had
decided to suspend sentence in the case
cf Margaret I". Cody, who was found
guilty of blackmailing the Gou'd heirs
by the jury here, and accordingly he
let her go on her own recognizance. Sh
declared her innocence and left fjr her
home ut Denver.
Krfn.ftl to Join the Socialitts.
Chicago. March 11. The convention
cf the J-mrneymen Rakers and Con
fectioners" International union yester
day refused to ad pt the platform of
the Socialistic Labor party and decided
t- fick to the Trades' Union move
Dr. Sunderland already has served the
church forty-five years.
(irippo start with n cold.
vsJi tic Jiy vcitL
.... ci i.e. yvzi.ivziy
More of Our l oromotiiM Ordered.
London. Mar. h 11. The Midland r ail
way cor.-.par.y has ordered ten mere lo-
it.motive-s from the Raldwln Locomotive
works at Philadelphia,
In Peking it is officially denied that
the Italians have seized San Mun bay.
John Franklin was hanged at Glas
gow. Ky., for the murder of his mother-
in-law, Mrs. Uowth.
Hon. J. Fount Tillman, ex-register of
the treasury, died at his home near
SIu '.byville. Tenn.. after a brief ill
litv. T. II. i-.arr.ey. a temperance
evangelist, is mysteriously missing
from Vincennts, Ind., and foul play is
Masgie Simmons, a domestic, fell
from a third-story window at Chicaj
and sustained injuries which may result
in her death.
The Lippert foundry at Kenosha, Wis ,
has advanced its scale of wages. Most
cf the employes have been given a raise
of 17i cents a day.
-eii nurgess. tne actor, has tiled a
voluntary petition in bankruptcy. His
liabilities are placed at $104,050. all un
secured, and assets at nothing.
American ar.d Canadian miners in the
Porcupine river region are on the point
of fighting over the boundary between
Alaska and British territory, so it is
Jor.n Darton. a m?mb?r of the Xorth
Dakota legislature, cropped dead on the
street in St. Joseph. Mo., of hemorrhage
of the lungs. He was on his way home
from LaSalle. IPs.
Cecil Rhodes is at Berlin for the pur
pose of obtaining the kaiser's adherence
to his project of a railroad from the
Cape to Cairo, passing through German
territory in East Africa.
Spencer A. Brown and Owen McNulty,
formerly engaged in the lumber busi
ness, have filed a petition in bank
ruptcy at Chicago, in which they ask to
te relieved of an indebtedness of $167.-
67S. contracted before their firm failed
ACTIVITY STILL A FEATURE
In the General 15uir.cHS Situation Cereals
and Wool Not Strong.
New York, March 11. Bradstreet's
r-ays: Industrial and trade activity is
ttill a pre-eminent feature of the pener
ei business situation. Price-strength,
too, is noticeable except in the case of
the leading cereals and wcol. In manu
facturing lines the situation is cne of
great activity. Additional advances in
wages announced this week seem likely
to swell the number cf workers whose
wages are reported advanced to close
to 173.C00. The iron and steel trade is
still excited by reports of feverish de
mand, inadequate supplies and further
advanced quotations. Phut-downs for
repairs and other reasons have reduced
pig iron output quite materially. The
number of old furnaces put in operationis
steadily increasing, but the effect as
yet on production is r.ot very marked.
The demand for cotton goods is ver
active and nearly all cla.s.s are firmly
held, though finished goods have not ad
vanced to the same extent aithecruder
makes. Lumber is active at most mar
kets and prices are firm. Raw and re
fined sugar have alike moved upward
this week. Wheat is weaker, notwith
standing crop damage reports, ar.d oth
er cereals are in sympathy therewith.
Reports from leading markets east and
west are of an active rpring jobbing
demand, particularly for dry gooes, but
shared in by ciothir.g. shues and other
Business failures for the week number
177. as comrared with 170 last week, 1147
in this week a year ago, 2:7 in 1S37, 2
in IsS ar.d C62 in 1S93.
Chicago Oral ii and Produce.
Chicago. March 10.
Following were the quotations on the
Donrd of Trade:
Wheat Open. High. Dow. Close.
May $ .71's $ .71U $ .70
r .V 1 -'
Xwo Cremated nith the HouAe.
Woodstock. Ills.. March 11 By the
burr.ir.g- cf the farm house occupied by
John Mr-Cabe in Durham, ten miles
northwest of this city. Miss Brickley,
the ls-year-r?!d sister of Mrs. McCabe,
and James McCabe. aged 7. lost their
lives. The ether members of the fam
ily, consisting of Mr. and Mrs. John Mc
Cabe and four children, barely escaped.
The fire was caused by an overheated
Meeting of Alton Stockholder.
Chicago. March 11. The annual meet
ing of the stockholders' of the Chicago
and Alton will b held here April 3. As
a majority of the stock is now held by
the syndicate which recently purchased
the road it will control the election of
directors and officer?. E. 11. Harriman,
of New York, who engineered the deal
for the syndicate, is to be elected presi
dent to succeed Blai kstone.
smallpox at Wnshington.
Washington. March 11 Smallpox has
bn widely prevalent here of latr.
There are thirty-three cases of the dis
ease in the smallpox hospital, v. ith an
aggregate of fifty-two that have been
reported to the health department since
Pope's Cue Not Ko Katiaractorjr.
London, March 11. The Rome corre
spondent of Th" Daily Chronicle says:
"The pope continues to improve, but
his physicians say he shows great weak
ness, which is lather alaim.r.ir to hia
Septc-inbf r ..
Produce: Butter l'slra creamer
ies, 19?tl9V& per lb; extra firiirics. 17c;
fresh packing stock. lL''fi U'c. l-:ggs
Fresh stork, 2Cc per dnz n. Dressed
Poultry Turkt ys. J(fl!c per 11. : chick
ens. SfcS'io: dueks. S-i tic : cese. urn h
Potatoes Common to choice. raf('r per
bu. Sweet Potatoes Illinois, $2.0(i!Fi.
per bbl. Apples Common to fancy
$3.0014. 0 per bbl. Cranberries Wia
consin bell and bugle, JC.il 'Lt i.tO.
Chicago Live stock.
H03 Estimated receipts for the day
S3.U00; s.-.lcs ranged at $."..10'U::..j fr
pigs. $3.30f3.SO for light. $3.33ffj 3i3 fcr
rough packing. ti.l.'u 3.Xj fur iriixe-cl
and $3.7C(?i3.90 for heavy packing ar.d
shipping lots, with one fancy load early
at $3.95 Cattle Estimated receipts for
the day. 2.500: Quotations lanced at I
i3.S5 choice to extra steers. $4 7';Ji 5.25
good to choice do.. $4. . ''!,"?( 4. 5 for fan-
to good. $33'a4.l5 conm.oi. to nn-'iiurn
do.. S3.7:i4.1'" butchers' st-'-rs. $4.10
a.40 fed western steers. J Ai:Ci -I ' f"rl
ir.K steers. tl.Toffi 4.10 i -nws. Si' COS. 4
heifers. $2.7nH,4.S0 bulls. o:: n and utag
$3.4004.80 Texas steers, and J4.0U'!j.C.!0
veal calves. Sheep and Lam! s Inti
mated receipts for the !:iy. S.efiO; quo
tations ranged at J.!.;.!. i" nifn riu,
$3,0044.80 natives, and $4.25fi3 23 lambs.
Milwaukee. March 10.
Wheat Lower: No. 1 horthern. 70'c;
No. 2 northern, Wt'!c. t .tty S-ady;
CaUtfSOc. Rye Steady; No. 1, 37c.
;. ill. IH'NTOOX, MMiiMger.
Telephone HI Olllce liours 1 U 0 p. tn.
New JSuIiki rllier Since LHt
Corn a w 3Sc.
Hay 'limottiv. 50; wild. V&.V.
S t ra w f..s rair,.
Hutter Fair tn ohnlne. ISr?.- fresh creamery.
Chickens Spring. c per pound.
;....:-; p-r pound
rurke.vs Alive, Be per pound,
t ol soft. Hie.
'iittl- llutcbe'S pay for -nrn ':l st-T-,
PeSt-Tc; cows and beif-rs, 3-.-;ih:. calve.,,
Ileaatj- la Blood Deep.
Clean 1i1hmI means a clean sl.in. S)
iK-auty without it. CascaretH.t.andvCatli.ii
tic clean your i.lood and keep il clean, by
Stirring UD the l.irv liv, r mil lriviiiir -'1 im-
purities from the IxkIv. 5e?in to-day to
' l'npits, iKnld, blotches, bl.u klieiidH.
and tiiat eu kly bihoua complexion by taking
c.ni,-neauty tor ten cents. All drug
gista, satwfaction guaranteed. 10c,2Jc,50c.
Bean the , r9 3m Al3s Eoafi
iooa Apple. J. s.
R.'7i! r.alinscii. V. W.. res.
K:iJ Drs. l'.ui l.li:ii t it Ihirkhai t.
i:t71 ('olliim, John & Co.
4-JH.i Kllen cdil. Is. V., niKidcni-e.
11S1 rcjrj;, Mrs. Surah I. run.
'Ull.'l Kerns, (lim-t: M., r-.
l.'l.'Jt; Ieicktiey, lU:v. !. b'., res.
U)'J.l Loenu-y'ife Kcdh-y.
VJ.W McfJuskrin it Ma(':iakrin.
417 I'aliicc e-f SwcetH.
4101 Uccd & ISollinaii.
4141 Kobinrion, M. li. & Co.
40aSu miners, K. (1. & Co.
1 332 White, I. S,. res.
4414 ISritton & Paulsen.
4102 Cash, Ccorjxe V. & Son.
12X0 Kcins, S. A., res.
4301 Lcwia, Simon.
41K2 I'cu-s.-ill, (i:oro tt Son, res.
1 27.0 inii:nii:ycr, 'hai les,
127U Wil her, 1'hil S.
43-01 Connelly, John.
12'i Ijh-U. L. res.
1223 -Th: Kock Islaixl Club.
1123 K. I. I'low Co., Kerns. S.
1180 C, 15. it l. freight t.llice.
II. IS Morris it Ia:wh, foundry.
4603 Hoyiitoii, K. V. res.
1266 Kciin, J. W., ilrii'.'Mt.
1285 Tref, Win. rn.
1710 Rail, Dr. J. A.,
4so: Uleuer, Fred.
4801 Cramer, O. E.
6003 Dolly IJi-oh.
4802 Eastman, W. II.
4691 Godfrey, K. Y.
1163 Haas. J. L., n .
1051 Hublie, W. C.
1371- Kerler lin.s.
411 12 - K'x-h. John Sr.
1 29 I.ippincott. -h;n
4'!il2 MaiK-l.'-r. W. '..
1702 Mtiiickei , W.
1703 - Maucker. W. C
1701 M.uickcr. . C,
4072 I'a 1. tee Ci'.'ar store.
l.$19 Strr-ckfu.-i. John res.
4903 Tavlor, C. C.
1298 I'liich, Jas. II.. res.
4701 Warner, Kohcit res.
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