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THE AKCHJS. SATUEDAY, ArKlX 22, 1899.
The Kind You Ilavo Always Bought, and wliicli has been
in use for over 30 years, has borne the sifrnatnro of
-ri3f"r ' antl I133 been made under his per
ils sonal supervision since its infancy.
'C&CCA4&G Allow no one to decei ve yon in this.
All Counterfeits, Imitations nnd "Just-as-good" are but
Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of
Infants and Children Experience against Experiment.
What is CASTOR I A
Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare
goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It
, contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Xarcotic
fiubstance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
and allays Feverishncss. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind '
Colic. It relieves Teething' Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the
Stomach and Dowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend.
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
Bears the. Si
7 Bears the Sienat
The Kind You Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
tmc covtauii eeonnv. "rr uif srwrrr. new vom err.
You Have a Pain,
maybo in your shoulder, or back or side;
at all events 3-011 want to get rid of it.
Did you ever try
Do 3'ou know that wo have hundreds of
letters from all parts of the world telling
us of the wonderful c ures these plasters
have made? Do you know that all other
so-called porous plasters were started
after Allcock's had acquired their enor
mous sales and world-wide reputation?
Do you know that none of them have the
medicinal properties of Alleock's? Just
put them to your nose and compare the
line aromatic odor of Allcocks with the
smell of all others. Don't be deceived
get the genuine article.
We Have All the Finest Grasses That Grow For the
5 Formation of Fine Lawns.
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THE MISSES BELU 78 Piflb H recce Kcw York City.
The Missed Beir Toilet rreparntions are for sale la Rock bland -tV
YOUNG & Mi -OJ5IUS, 1 723-1 7i'.5-177 ecvnd aTenue, sole a-ents.
QUAY IS APPOINTED.
How the Pennsylvania Boss
Politician Will Co Back
S PEOYIDED THE S ESTATE SATS YES.
tVlll CaiM an Old I tine in That Body
Which II u Beea Iteclded by the Utmo
erata Adversely Right of Governors to
Appoint Will Again Be Reviewed
(aay'a Succeu Will Let in Three Others
Penrose and Wanamaker Talk.
Philadelphia. April 22. Senator Quay
was acquitted yesterday of the charges
brought against him and the verdict
was enthusiastically received by the
many friends of the senator who were
In and about the court. The jury orig
inally stood 10 to 2 in favor cf acquittal.
and it took all the time to bring about
a change cf heart in these two. The
news had net more than reached Har
risburg when the governor appointed
Quay Cnited States senator to fill the
Vacancy until the next legislature meets
nd notified Vice President Hobart as
"Sir: By virtue of the power vested
in me as executive of the state of Penn-
sylvania. under article 1. clause 2. sec
tion 3. of the constitution cf the United
States, I hereby make temporary ap
pointment of the Hon. Matthew Stanley
Quay to be I'nited States senator from
Pennsylvania until the next meeting of
the Pennsylvania legislature to fill the
vacancy now existing in this state."
Governor Stone said that in appoint
ing Colonel Quay he felt that he had
done the fit and proper thing. He
thought it would make the issue and is
better. done now than by waiting for
One View from Washington.
Washington, April 22. The action of
Governor Stone, of Pennsylvania, in ap
pointing Matthew S. Quay to succeed
himself in the United States senate is
for moral effect solely. The cor.stitu
tion of the state not only does not con
fer upon the governor the appointing
power, cut almost in terms prohibits
such action and provides that only the
legislature can fill a vacancy. To the fx
tent of his ability, however. Governor
Stone gives Quay official indorsement
and offers testimony of his confidence
in the loyalty to his old friend.
Ir?cedents Against the Governor.
ilixenc United states senate prece
dents are acrainst the seating of a sen
ator appointed by a governor after the
failure of a legislature to elect, even
though the power of the governor to ap
point is undisputed. The recent prece
t!ents were established by iJemocratic
votes, however, and were a reversal of
the old senate policy. It is now in the
power of the Kt pul iicans, who have a.
'Itnr majority of sixteen over a com
bined opposition, to do another reverse
Ing act and return to the old practice
of recognizing the validity of gubima
torial appointments under circum
stances that now obtain in Pennsylva
Tot at All a Forlorn Hope.
ir.iieeu. it may te assumed that if a
republican- senate has half a chanre it
will uphold Quay's fight for a seat. His
rating as a "club member" is all right
and senate sympathy will be on his side.
If he goes in the governors of Utah,
California and Deieware will also doubts
less exercise their appointing preroga
tive and name senators to serve until
their state legislatures can elect.
PENROSE AMI WANAMAKER.
What Is Said by the Friend and Enemy of
Philadelphia. April 22. United States
Senator LJoie3 Penrose said last night.
referring to the appointment of Quay
to the V nited States seriate: "The ap
pointment of Senator Quay by the gov
ernor la the logical result of the situa
tion. Mr. Quay's leadership in the Re
publican party and his candidacy for
re-election as senator were made issues
in the gubernatorial campaign of last
fall by the Democratic party and that
faction of the Republican party which
on election day is generally turned in
for the Democratic candidate. The Re
publican candidate fer governor, after
a campaign of unparalleled misrepre
sentation and villification, was elected
by a great plurality, and Mr. Quay's
candidacy this i.sue having been forced
Ly the opposition was indirectly sus
tained by the people of the state.
"SenatorQuay having been tnechosen
cf his party as evidenced at the No
vember election and in the legislative
caucus, and his failure to be elected
being the result of treason and perfidy
to the party by a. bolting minority, his
appointment naturally followed after
bis acquittal. The excuse made by those
wno remainea out ol fnc caucus that be
was under Indictment had been re
moved, and the .apprehension felt by
them that the state might suffer by
being only represented in part Is al
layed. As to the power of the governor
lo appoint there has been some ques
tion raised. The governor would not
have made the appointment had he not
b?en convinced of his authority by law
and precedent. The precedents on this
point in the senate have been some
John Wanamaker made the faMowins
statement: "The acquittal of Senator
Quay will be a disappointment of every
lover of justice and every friend of good
government throughout the United
States. It records with emphasis the
difficulty of convicting potent political
defendants charged with public crime.
no matter how clear, convincing and
overwhelming the evidence may be. The
story of the corrupt use and speculation
in public money in Pennsylvania is an
old one. and has been a matter of
notorious accusation against a long line
of state treasurers and political bosses
for many years. Mr. Quay himself has
been again and again accused of par
ticipation In treasury Jobbing by the
newspapers of this and other states.
with circumstantial detail.
"Heretofore, however. the basis for
these accusations largely consisted of
oral testimony and of allegations by
nnlltiral onnonents. The case which
terminated today, unlike previous "ac-
cusatisns. was foundfd exclusively up
on documentary proof in his own hand
writing and that of his friends and con
federates. The evidence of his guilt
did not depend upon the veracity ct any
man or men. but was supported ex
clusively by his own letter and by writ
ten entries and statements recorded by
his trusted friends and supporters.
"By technical objection he excluded
the evidence offered to show that dur
ing his term as state treasurer he was
paid Interest on satte deposits and also
the receipt of interest by subsequent
treasurers charged in the bill of indict
ment as being co-consipirators with him
in crime, and finally failed to take the
stand in his own defense and submit
himself to cross-examination upon the
charges made. This is a new
chapter of shame for Pennsylvania, a
new record of failure in the adminis
tration of Justice that will do much to
encourage corruptionists and public
plunderers generally throughout the
country. The first shout of defiant ex
ultation over his acquittal has pro
ceded from the governor of the com
monwealth, who has promptly appointed
him a United States senator without au
thority and in violation of law and in
defense of the will of the people as ex
pressed by the votes of the legislature.
Wisconsin 'Win the Debate.
Madison. Wis.. April 22. The Wiscon
sin university leam won me intercol
legiate debate with the University of
Illinois here last night on the question
of the McCleary banking bill, Wisconsin
speaking against the measure. The Wis
consin debaters were Charles E. Allen,
Joseph K. Davies and Otto Bosshard;
those of Illinois were S. M. Newton,
Bruce Campbell and J. W. Fisher.
No Adjournment 111 Wisconsin.
Madison, Wis., April 22. The Green
Bay reformatory bill passed the senate
yesterday with the original appropria
tion of J150.0C0. Five other bills were
passed. The senate adjourned to Mon
day evening. The house defeated the
resolution to adjourn, and the legisla
ture will probably last till May 5, if not
No Negroes at the Banquet.
New York, April 22. In the account
of the Jefferson dinner by the Chicago
Platform Democrats in this city on the
night of April 15 the statement was
made and telegraphed that colored men
were present. This, it is stated, is en
tirely incorrect, and that no colored man
was seated at the dinner table.
Poor Pay for School Teachers.
Washington, April 22. In a report to
the secretary of war Dr. Victor S.Clark,
sub-director of public instruction in
Porto Rico, says that only J30 a month
can be offered to American teachers.
with transportation to the island from
x t - si m -
The health of the whole body depends
upon the blood and nerves. Therefore the
medicine that expels impurities from the
blood and supplies the necessary materials
for rapidly rebuilding wasted nerve tissues,
reaches the root of many serious diseases.
It is these virtues that have given
Pink Pills for Pale People
their wonderful power to conquer dis
ease, and caused the miraculous cures that
have startled the scientific world. Thousands
of cases have demonstrated that this remedy is
an unfailing specific for such diseases as locomotor
ataxia, partial paralysis, St. Vitus' dance, sciatica, neuralgia, rheumatism,
nervous headache, the after-effects of the grip, palpitation cf the heart, pale
and sallow complexions, all forms of weakness either in male or female.
Frnnk Tncker, is a prominent farmer, of ersnilles. Tmiiann. Jlis daughter, I.ncy, is now
fifteen years oM; three years hso nhe began ailing. Slu: lia l nlwiiys U-en stout mid 'iii good
health previous to this nge. The rosy color in her elii eks gave vny to a palene.--s, ami hIio
became rapidly thin. Her blood became impure, and us she grew weaker she became the victim
of nervous prostration.
"Nothing the doctor could give her would bring about Iicr former good In alth " paid
Mrs. Tucker. " She just kept falling oft in flesli till she ri'seiuMcd u skeleton ad there seemed
to be scarcely any life in her at all. We tried different remedies, luit nothing i-cemed to henHit
ber." Most of the time she was confined to the letl. Slie was very nervous and irritable, uud
was almost on the verge of going into St. Vims' dance.
"Finally the doctor told us to give her Dr. Williams' rink Tills f..r I'nle People. Said 1 e
was treating a similar case with them nnd tliey were curing the patient. We began giving tiie
pills at once, and the next day we could sec a chnnce for the better in tier. The doctor mine
and was surprised to see such an improvement. He told us to keep givins. her the medicine.
He said one pill was enough for her, as nhe was too w eak to ribii.1 a larger dose. We gave
lier one pill lifter each meal until she was well. We began giving her tUe medicine Inst
August, and she took the last dose in October, liuving used eight 'boxes. She is now entirely
well and stout, and has not been sick a day since, and wo have no fear of the old trouble return
ing. We think the cure almost miraculous." Frank Tih-kkh,
Mus. Fkank Tucker.
Subscribed ond sworn to before me this 2Stu day of A pi il, 1S07.
. Ht ;n .Toiinson, Justice of the Peace.
Versailles, Indiana, April 23, 1897. From the Rtpubtican, Versailles, JitJ.
r the. oviteTXt 'MixSfcy
av rAftrt&fsuUftar and MtrvaTnnic y
The wrapper of the
genuine package is
printed in red ink ' on
white paper and bears
the full name. Look
for the seven celebrated
Sold by nil druggists
or sent direct by the
Dr. Williams Medicine
Compan', Box V,
Schenectady, X. Y.
Fifty cents per box;
six boxes, $2.50.
Murder of a Woman by Two
Young Men, One of Them .
Krunot ana TYcderick -Slhley, but ex
onerated her sister-in-law.
WITH I'lTCHFOBKS TO TOE DEATH,
rOUL DE DONE FOB HER MONEY.
Nervous Headache fc
3 Sick Headache
A U headaches are a man
ifeiitiion of nervous fits
orders caUN"l hy over
work, indigestion or excesses-
Relieves the Pain
incident to any of these Jk
condlUomi by equaUz- JBj
in? tbe circulation and
sedating tae nerves- J
Free samples at all Rock gi
Pleased with Municipal Ownership.
Holland. Mich.. April 22. This city is
highly pleased at the result of its first
experiment in municipal ownership. In
lSltfl it cleared from its own waterworks
and electric light plant $3,000 over all
expenses. Including interest on its bonds.
foblic Boycotts the Cars.
Wheeling, W. Va., April 22. Thestreet
car strike situation continues to Im
prove. A full service was given yester-
dny, but the public continues to stay off
Killed a Keferendatn 11111.
Lansing. Mich.. April 22. The joint
resolution proposing a constitutional
amendment providing for the Inititative
and referendum in all matters of legis
lation has been killed in the house.
No Further News from Samoa.
Washington. April 22. Nobody here
has any further news of the alleged ar
rest of a German naval officer at Apia.
rone of the ofliciala here believe the
Cyclinv aad Alcohol.
"Remember," says an experienced
New York physician, tbat alcohol
stimulates the heart and circulation ia
much the same way as exercise does
and, that if yon use it in any form
while wheeling the reaction ia eneedy
In the eaiue way a long ride should
never be undertaken immediately after
a plentiful meal, this also tending to
interfere with the heart's action and
A Fvrelsn Writer's Hordes.
"I find yonr political terms very pnz-
rling, " remarked the foreigner who
was trying to gather material for a
Look on American institutions. "For
example, to rotate means to move in a
circle. A ring also means a circle. Sow
I am told that when a ring controls
yonr - edees they don t rotate any
more. "Chicago Tribnna
A European statistician has discover
ed that only 63 per cent of the blonds
marry, while 79 per cent of their bru
nette sisters engage in matrimony.
Forty tons of met have been taken
ont of the Menai iron tubular bridge at
Ilcr Body Then Stripped and Dumped Into
an Old Well and Covered with Earth
Two Men at Chicago Fight with Pitch
forks Until One of Them Is Pierced
Through the Heart Sax too Murder
Trial Near Its End.
Pnna. Ills., April 22. Yesterday after-
r.oon Henry Brunot, who with Freder
ick Sibley wag arrested early yesterday
morning for the murder of Brunot's aunt,
Miss Jane Brunot, of Dana, Ind., whosa
body was found in an abandoned well
on her sister-in-law's farm, five miles
north of Par.a. hasmadea full confession
to Chief of Police Kiety. Deputy Sher
iff Cheeney (who captured the murder
ers), and Banker Schuyler (who fur
nished the officials with the first clew
which led to their apprehension). Bru
not said: "On Monday, April 10, the
day of the Pana riot when seven per
sons were killed and fourteen wounded.
FiMey and I having laid our plans to
kill my aunt that night I brought my
mother to Pana, and as the firing was
still going on I took mother to Mrs.
Hampton's, where she Etald until the
next day. -
Describes a Heartless Murder.
"I then drove home and Sibley and I
put uprr.y horse and buggy. My auntwas
tht n in the barn yard, milking. She
vn;i into the kitchen and wm prepar
ing supper. Sibley and I entered. We
bad planned that b-ith should draw re
volvers and fire simultaneously. I dr;w
tny gun and fired first. She fell, and I
fird several more shots into her body.
She died instantly, t-ibley did not fire.
Fil iey tore all her clothing from her.
searching for money, but found none.
Vo-dragged her out on the porch, threw
ber into the wheelbarrow, and Sibley
wheeled her to the well and dumped
hep in. head first. We then built a
platform a few feet below the surface
of the ground and fiilled in with earth.
Acquits His Mother of Guilt.
"My mother had nothing to do with
tht murder. Our object wa robbery.
We thought that Aunt Jane had money
on ber." iblcy later made a confusion
corroborating-that of Brunot. LSrunt
denied that his mother and himself
poiHoned their father thre years ago to
obtain his insurance. Both Sibley and
Brunot denied all knowledge of the
murder of Wid-w Mclntyre, killed in
the Flatham district two months ago.
Mrs. Brunot has been released from j
custody. Sibley and Brunot were re
manded wlthr.ut l.ail.
Verdict of the Coroner's Jury.
The coroner's Jury at Taylorville? in
the Inquest over the body of Miss Bru
not found that she .was killed by Henry
Terrible Strnggle Iletwcen Two Men in no
Alley at Chicago.
Chicago, April 22. Arn.-d with pitch
forks Horace Scott, colored, and Kd
ward Zikmond, a young white man,
fought to death in an alley at the rear
of 1SC9 Indiana avenue yesterday after
noon. Scott was stabbed In the breast
and died a few minutes later. Zikmond
surrendered to the police three hours
later. There had been ill-feeling be
tween the men for some time, and yes
terday when Sikmond attempted tit
drive through the alley and was unable
to do so because a wagon in Scott's
charge blocked the passage, the old
quarrer"was renewed. Zikmond threat
ened to kill Scott ,and the latter ran at
him with a pitchfork. Zikmond drove
a short distance up the alley. Borrow
ing a small three-pronged pitchfork he
ran back to where Scott was working.
Scott's weapon was a four-pronged
affair, and was much longer than that
carried by Zikmond. When the two
men met they lunged and struck at each
other viciously with their forks. The
fight lasted fully five minutes, when
Zikmond struck Scott's pitchfork aside
and then plunged the prongs rf his own
fork into the negro's breast. Scott
staggered Into the barn near by and
fell to the floor. Zikmond followed and
stood over the dying man, threatening
him with the fork if he attempted 'to
rise. He Etocd over Scott until the lat
ter died, when he ran from the stable.
The prongs of Zikmond's fork had en
tered Scott's heart.
Trial of Mrs. George,
Canton. O., April 22. The testimony
on behalf of the defense In the trial of
Mrs. George was concluded yesterday.
The features of the day were the calling
of Sample C. Oeorge, the former hus
band of the defendant to the stand;
the alibi of Mrs. Oeorge, and the effort
to impeach the testimony of Mrs. Kck
roat, the woman who claims to have
recognized Mrs. George in the act of
firing two of the shots. Witnesses swore
Mrs. Et kroat was a morphine eater.
. About 400.000.000 pounds of soap are
osed in Britain yearly.
f "o rn 37 c 3c.
Har Timothy. 1; wild. 17.5011
Straw 4.!Kr ft,,
Butter Fair to choice, 15c; fr.v.n creamery.
t 'btckeos fcc per pound,
luieks 7c per pound.
1 Mrtecy-K fjve, 10c per pound
')iU -soft. I'KS
'attic llutcbers pav for eoni-fcd Mcers,
I'C'i-Sc; cows and heifers, 3c";ilc: calves.
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Hays Always Bought
The only Cement that is not effected
by heat or moisture.
Otto (Jrotjan, 1501 Second Ave.
A, J. Uiess, Fourth Ave.
J. M. Keini, 7th Ave. and 88th St
Otto Kudert, 5th Ave. and Klin SI
Best Dining Car Service.
Only Depot in Chicago on h "evaled Loop.
MOTT'S PENNYROYAL fiLLS
Thrjr ovrcom- VaknM, lrrrirj-
AiifJ riflcli " imi'iH "f ffirrtht rut
ti.n " idcx aI-ll mnvfii"
toirirU. winihnli'Mxi, at'limi )
viliiim'nt of orcun am iMrdy. to
known rmciy for umn rUMfa
' tlitn. Cannot l Iiti I f - -
Xomei a jicn-if r. KM ft"
For & ale by M..K. Habaften. druKglat
Dr. William' Indian Pi lit
oiutniuntwl. Aire I'.iliiJ
Hle'dniir ani. Ileum
ailays the ItcbiiiK at once, iw ts
as a iwiulllre. i-tvc Instant re
In f. Ltr. Williams' Indian I'llc Oint
ment isnreoared for 1'iicnam) Hi h-
ln(f of lbs private parts. Kvi-ry L' is
warranted, liv dm:ri'i-t. rv mull ti,
eeipt ol nrlc.-. I.O cents and 1.00. WIU "
MAHUFaCTUHIMS CO.. rop.. Cleveland. OEo.
Void by M r. Baobaen drogglsM
FIRE-BUGS! $200 REWARD.
Tbe premium navers of the state are main
taining a fund by popular subscription Iro-D
m won is ouerea a
Reward cf $200
By tbe underslgnKd aRsooia'lon for tbe arrest
and conviction ot any Incendiary la any of the
PBOPEirry owners Fin", a ssoci ation
ages iwaoo, vu.