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THE AE&US. TUESDAY, OCTOBEE 30, 1J00.
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men aniole will be prlrted oym flgtlilovj tig
Correspondence soiieUeu from Try town
nip in bock uiana county.
Tuesdat, October 30.
President WILLIAM J. BRYAN
Vlee President ADLAI El STEVEXSON
Governor. SAMCEX, ALSCHULER
IJeutenant Governor EXJTEK EL PERRY
Secretary Of State.... JAMES F. O'DONXELL
Auditor GFX)ROEB. PARSONS
Treasurer M. P. DUNLAP
Attorney General JAMES TODD
Trustee i JOSEPH SCHWARTZ
University of V CHAKL.KS HLISS
IUino.a. ) Mrs. JCLI A HOLMES SMITH
M. C. Tenth District I 15. DFORREST
Member Hoard of I JOHN F. SMITH
Thirty-third District '
...M J. Mc&XIRY
Btate'e Attorney S. K. KEN WORTHY
Circuit Clerk ANDREW C. DOW
CorODer J. E. LAKKIN
Surveyor GEORGE F. McNABNEY
If the wire Irniil rtnif 1 nnpi to ell
to Kurupr at u !( luilf the Amrrl
on price, flit? larmrm of the ntnte
f Iiimo nnd the men rncaerd In the
l.iikliirii of inuklnK wire fruce for
the rnrmrrn nnd others mill rrnvc
the irl lletce of hrlntt considered
fnrriitiirm lvhllc thry a re ttoylnjf
thrlr miiipllrii. Odnr Hnpld t;n-
Ulkin; Teddv's absence from New
York, one of the most popular 6ong
there was: "Wo don cure if von
never come back."
Amkicicaxs area little bit shy about
cheering Mr. fllcKinlev these days
It's dangerous to encourage a man
who looks like Napoleon ant has the
imperial bee in his bonnet.
Tict s r money anil trust coercion are
now being used to their fullest in Mr
McKinlev's behalf, but the American
people ara hard to bribe ami still
harder to boss.
"Somk one has said that he did not
object to the bed bug much, but he
did o'lject to the way he ni.ide his
living. Sj we object to the trusts.
W. J. Urvan.
Thk suspense that the democrats
are undergoing pending the .settle-
jnent of the minority legislative ques
tion is hardly more severe than that
which the county clerks of Kock Island
and Henry counties are suffering in
the matter of getting out the olliciai
ballots between now and election, a
task that must necessarily be held in
A m in a ni.r. ami coniiemnaoie as
has bceome the practice of attacking
Teddy Roosevelt during the campaign
the rotten egging of the Rough Rider
last night furnishing the climax, the
unfortunate demonstrations of this
character show, nevertheless, the
extent of the feeling against the lierce
politician in hi? own state.
Ai.cjnai.do is a .'5:M degree Mason,
according to a member of the 31st in
fantry who has recently returned
from the Philippines. The same au
thority savs of Aguinaldo: "He
speaks Chinese like a Roxer, talks
Tagal like a native, lluent in Span
ish, J-.Dglish and trench, and is smart
cr than any one L'ncle Ssm has yet
sent to catch him.
THK WAtllS tlO DOWN. NKVKKTHK.
Republicans are circulating a card
among railroad men intending to show
the great prosperity which has been
brought to the railroad worker under
the republican administration. It
prints in large type these ligures
showing the contrast in the number of
railroad lnen employed anil the gross
amount of their wasres in the vcars
ls'Jo and 1M'.:
?" tXil 1 IS."0 .' 51
iiv . w-i h.-:.7 -m
15ut if we examine these closely we
lind that while a large number of men
was employed, supposing the republi
cans' statistics to be correct, the rate
under CR K.MAN LAWS.
Is Excellent for
PAINS IN CHEST,
Sides, Joints, Rheumatism, etc.
DR. KICHTER'S World-Renewned
One rfll-tnoKti iirm' lette rout of many :
W. J GUMCRE CO. N '
4i iion .i " .ieooh.feb-13?s
i ' Gentlemen: 1
! We recommend RICHTERS celebrated
'"AKCHOR'FAIN EXPEllER as ve kr.ow IT !
15 AH ARTICLE OF GREAT MERIT JUDGING
FROM THE LARGE SALf.TMT WE HAVE FOR IT. .
Tours ver, truly r
H 25c and 50c. at alfdrticf t or throaKti
EF.Ad.BirkUrrSIS PearlSL, Jim lark
36 HIGHEST AWARDS,
V. romiuM'VJ by prvmttirnt
a-i kw mkT
of wages fell, taking their own figures,
from $568 to about $562 per jnan, a
curious commentary upon - some of
Carroll D. Wright's statistics of in-
ALSCHl'LEK ON STATE MATTERS.
In Mr. Alschuler'a speeches
throughout the state he has devoted
considerable attention to state mat
ters, lie called public notice to the
numerous scandals that hal been un
earthed during Tanner's U rm. and
declared that a consideration of the
grand jury indictments now pending
against oflicers of the present admin
istration in Peoria, Cook and Logan
c mnt'e j ought to convince the slate
administration that it had a f ;w ras
cals in its own rauks. and common
decency Bhould prevent assaults on a
former democratic administration.
Concerning state taxes, in one of his
speeches Mr. Alschuler said:
One of their boasts is that tbutt tax
levy for the last two years is very
low. The hypocrisy of this statenz-eiit
is only equaled by their nerve iu giv
ing it currency. The tax rate is lorw-
er because the new revenue law nis
increased the total valuation of prop -erty
inthe state for assessment pur poses.
If the total valuation is low
the tax rate is high, and the higher
the valuation the lower the rate.
Look at your tax rates when you
get home. That's the true test. You
will lind you have paid as much taxes
during the three years of the present
administration as you paid during the
four years of 'iov. Altgell's adminis
tration. "The aggregate amount of state ex.
penses is now many millions more
than during any year, under Gov. Alt
geld. It isn't par cents that count;
it's the dollars and cents you pay.
This only proves the truth of the old
adage that ligures don't lie. but the
fellows who ue them can lie like
"The candidates on the democratic
ticket are not pledged to follow in the
footsteps of any administration, luey
stand on a platform higher and broad
er than a partisan declaration. They
stand en a platform of public duty
to all the people of Illinois, and they
are making tneir canvass wun iuis
understanding. More we cannot prom
ise. Iess we cannot perform and be
true to the great trust the people will
repose in us. "
SCOTT'S "TKl'STS A It K A UOOD THIM.."
It was at the feast given ia New-
York to the late James (J. Ulaine near
the close of bis campaign for the
presidency that the famous Uurchard
alliterative denunciation of "ri'jL1.
Romanism and rebellion" was utteiod
that s-ealed the fate of the rcpublicaf
parly iu that campaign. It remained
lor Senator Scott, at the republican
dinner in honor of Teddy Roosevelt
and Gubernatorial Candidate Udell in
New York last Saturday niglii, to
utter the words that complete the
doom of the republican party iu the
pending campaign. I he dinner as
given at the riitu Avenue noin.
There were a larg number of repub
lican candidates present, including, as
said, Roosevelt and Udell. Senator
Scott, of West Virginia, member of
the republican national committee, in
charge of the eastern headquarters.
in his speech, declared in favor oi
trusts. His words were:
Kleht here I want to say that I he:iev
In troatf. They are a coud thins. The
Standard OH company pat In Its pipe Hue
to all I he Hruall towns where oil is pro
lucel. and If It was not for the Standard
oil company this prosperity Hint we have
would not be there today."
Seeing the consternation his rc
marks created. Senator Scott turned
to the only newspaper reporter prcs
eut, I. 11. LeVeen, representing the
New York t'itv news bureau, who
officially reported the remarks, and
I f that newspaper man puts that down.
111 make trouble for him."
Frantic efTorts were made by those pres
ent to suppress this statement.
Ira LeYeeu. who made a report of
the dinner for the press, said:
"Iho story i wrote about the din
ner giveu to, Gov. Koosevelt at the
Fifth Avenue nottl is absolutely cor
rect in everv detail. 1 was not a guest
at the dinner and it was not a private
dinner. hen I was assigned to fol
low Gov. Roosevelt I went to the
county committee headquarters to in-
iu:re about details. 1 was told by
Georce R. Manchester, secretary oi
the county committee, that I had a
few hours previously been elected bv
the reporters of the daily press of this
city as a representative at the dinner
of all the papers in the city.
I did as anv newspaper man would
have done. I was instructed by my
associates to tike down all that was
said in detail. I did so. I have no
bias nor political prejudice. 1 simply
did niv dutv. I was taking down what
Mr. bcott said, when I heard some
reference to irv presence, and then
the senator, looking in ray direction.
-If that newspaper man puts that
down I will make trouble for him.
I put the statement down, never
theless, and gave it to the reporter?,
as well as the Associated Tress. I
have heard that an attempt would be
made to deprive me of my position,
but I am not worried ovir these
IIICAlKi: UK FAVOKKK BRIAN
HE LOST III" SITI ATION.
Special to Chicago Record
kock tans, in., uct. ine
democratic central com ttee of White
side county sends to the Chicago Record
an afiidavit of John OTearv, sworn
to before Vrances E. Andrews, notary.
This avtrs that U Ieary was dis
charged Ly Contractor W. D. llardisiy
1-ecauseU L?arv insisted that be would
vote for Brvan. llardistv is con-
tructing a block in Main street and
O'Learv was hauling brick for Him up
Crowning Infamy of Imperialism Under Military Rule in the
Philippine Islands "Who'll Maul
Down the Flag?" '
Here U the sluuneful story of a
In the Philippines by the military authorities. It I told by William K. Johnson, who was sent by the Chicago Niw Vole
(the lea dine Prohibition paper) to report upon conditions at Manila as he found theiu. Mr. Johnson's record Is n Ruarantee
of the truthfulness of tits statements. Hut In addition Ms story Is corroborated by information In private letter., nor has
It liwn denied bv Iho 'administration. We co.-iilense 8-jim" portions of 111 story, oniltliug some unnecessary details r:l.n as
proof of Its accuracy. Mr. Johnson s:tj:
Manila. Juru- Hv.-eiitly. wliilf lUl-
ini? with the niui;iiinir editor of on- of
tht- l-:i.linK Maniiii d.iilics. 1 j'a.----d tin
national rn:.-tery ' at AI;;Iai-. 1'nitititiff H
tlx- g-re.it sea. of fieU niouiiils. lit- yaM
"Far more of our hoys who are lying
tb we met their death through' bad
women and drink than through the bnl
uts of the Filipinos, live hundred Amer
ican soldiers were recently exhumed from
h hl lield and sent to the States, mostly
victims of drink and Inst."
Tin- speaker was ns cornii. :-iU to tallc
.fgsnm n i i
WHO WILL 1 1 A I I .
A; llceiised House of
l'hoto ly "VV. I-:.
1 'i wtlit ut ion in Sam
Jolni.-toli, S't-iy Voice V
tipon the suhjeet as ai.y man in tli
I'lUlHipiiu s. i ami- iiere with tin- army
I" or a year he lias l.", ii! liis in-eent i
110:1. sum lias iweti c':!si a tit I v in touch
v itli cut'i-etit i vi iila.
Statement of Ariuy Surg:oon.
A few days ;ii-rr 1 hail a covv r.-al imi
with oie- of the in :ol snri-eoiis oi il.o i-'irsi
llcsi rvi' Hospital in the city. Ahoiu fori y
f"i-r cent of all the sick soi, litis in the
Philippines are treated i:i tiiis ii, -t it ut jon.
in the conversation, this official m.-ut'e 'lie
following stati im nt. witli the lmiiersian !
inif that I Would not divulge, my source of
The American Rlrl who sold this book
insisted tipon the erasure of lu r nam-.'
a ii I removal of p!et"u;r.iph.
information. ir.d thus stili.ivrt Mm to mili
tary vengeance. He said:
"IJurtnK the past year, a little more
than three thousand cases of venerea-
diseases among soldiers have keen treat-
- :- .
yX-' 'y, '-iJz.tr
. :i. Ne
ed la this hospital. Iu the lota! sick
list, about one oat of six of all the sick
ho have cone through our hospitals.
have been rases of this sort."
This hospital was not -'art -.1 am.
l i:t siii e it u.is startrd we liat-c
n nt mut forty V r i :;t of th.-
k. We have hainii- I about l ','' ca-na
durn.g the pail jtar."
AH Information Forbidden.
Like other dtrattrntnts of th military
t .:-- trmlvx S"!! - - lUi" iJw , Stir. Xf ... Ir I
fk .'4s.:n f-'i-- J-'-Y-:'iy--3ks 'ftL Jcffr-
' ; ." ... - "' .1 f , .1 A w.J '1-; j' r-t ...... . i..
-rf' : .' i. -..- .'.-V L.i't -w
and National Dishonor)
national disgrace the establishment, llceunincr. and Inspection of houses of prostitution
Sfovt rtinieiit, the hospital officials in Ma
nila, are ab solutely forbi.ldt-ti to divulge
ai.y information that dors not help to re-ll-.-t
tIoi y upon tile administration. Tims
oltii ial information of this sort cannot ue
o!,tainel. should I divulge t!:; tuint? of
iho tviitlerr.an who Rave me this inform)
tion iie v.-onhl lie bounced out of the ser
vie- in disurace.
Yiih the aiiv r.t of thp American troops
there ranie ahaa :oneil women from evi-ry
corner of tiie enrth.
II. S. Neuns, the Christianized Kou
manian Jew. who organized the I'urity
Six let it of India, and who has made an
Intelligent stuilv of the conditions here,
If ft J-
C S. " Y U
I ill W.N Tlll
says that 'hiring the lirst year of Amcrl
in occupation cljlit hundred prostitutes
eaiuo to Manila.
1' Is eo::mo-i ! :iov!vl;:e Id M.irila
-it wuii i-n of li is cius win, pav ii "tip
or t. tie.- etistnr.i house otlii . is liu.t
d:'fl. ,:!: in m iti;i a du-ic. i.in tli
sli. i A". I.ich liroiiant me from Hong Komr
w ;..' iv.) of These oharar'ers. hih! everv
op.- on luiard i tin-iv that t!".ir "tec" v.;
p:.iil tiu- iusrie. 'ors ihioi:p:li the lirst mat
The army ollii-ers
have Rrtunlly lm-
womea. not only for
the three canteen baijnio In Jolo, but
also for nse in this city, which 1 shall
indicate spc ilieaMy In anoltier connec
1 he l icinse
rsa! i'-n w ii a P'-w
le-s j, nd o;Ui..lri
that T can ki t in
pciper mi n. police
is thet there are
y lie. used houses
iiy. I:i these eo-
v ai cut I" ; ilia ri
p: o:.; ii i.,n in the
lishr.iei.ts ! are
aiiont ;. pros' j-
s who are under
tlie oir ct i-i nirul
of t he loilitai y ii:;:
A tie i i.'a n " ;:-!;' ;
This does not inch;
women w'.:o h-.ve
Jlhcu'- toe stUetS.
horities. v. Lo n-pr-'s at
an civilization here
ie the s'.v "rms of loose
rooms tiixl who prowl
, 1 he prostitution business of the city
!s couiiiirteil miller tiie supervision of i
resnlar department of the military e;rv
crnnient, tiie department of Municipal
Inspection. The chief of this dL-pnrt-
ment of prostitution" Is Captain Todd
who has under him a big; staff of assist
ants. Inspectors, doctor and flmiklo-i of
various sorts. Tills Uillltary bawdy house
department Is run on alleged sr'.entlllc
No woman is allowed to open an e.s
tniiiLshment of this kind without express
permission of the military authorities
who dispense i ne oicsjines or iciievn-
Aloreov r. she is cMired I.I .tak- out a
win- ami 1 I r lii.cnse at a cost of W) pesos
a' th- f'.Iii'.
f-r ' ti ii :
m . t t o a
V.-.-K by t
lis. In addi-ioti to
f he ,. n is nlilici-'i to
d i al arrSna t ion t nri-
r-g'ji.i riy a u: !i.r:Z" in I
pl y.- I --i.-tri are! to
foi:r pesos ;,.-r
k i-j givi i; to
r whTch is u i.
examination. A i
tirl. oa the cow r
t'SITi ano a i-uian of Plank '-.- rtf'.-tes
f t i ,M-ct:e.i." h'-n tech jtam ".:i:,ii
is mii -. th- c-fti" r i.'is out Btel si-t:.- a
r'.irii ate thai tiie jarty exatnin d is
free from all venereal dis.ase." Iit-r in
tli- ,Iay. along comes another inspector t"
It.-, lll lJlz tsAIuialioo Jiai ttvn made
6 tm ! I ill !
v. O EHtS1lfVVTnc L M
. .. . . - r. if. i mm
atij makes another rocot-J of the fact.
Taxed for Her Treatment.
In rase the girl 's found to be Infected,
the doctor hustles her off to the "Hos
pital de Inspection. where she is kept
until well. While In the hospital she
lurnft pay for her keeping. The exami
nation feo of four dollars per week, paid
by the women to the "lepurtmeat," l.s
raid to go Into a "fun.l to maintain the
hospital." Hut when the hospital author
ities ara asked to explain why the
uoiuen are compelled to pay the!- ay
lille there, no information is forthcom
ing. It Is "ofllcial business" which Is of
"no concern to the public."
About three wilrs ago. Ma.
li-own. of the Military Cuar.l o
made an elaborate It-port to his superior
li the sulo ct of olliciai pros; iu:t i, n. li
t of olliciai prostuutk
Apla.ae.l Ihat tile fil'IIlil prevalence of
inramoi's diseases was a 1 1 rilmia hie ti ihe
ia t that fr-eoe.-ntiv t he numerous b
nios ! come so crowd' d with soldiers' thai
Hie inad;i:;:s at." lorced lo s tnl out on
I in strcls lai hv w avs to collect an ad
ditional iss! !-.( men: of eirls to help enter
tain the crowds. As a remedy for this de
plorable stat, of affairs, he urged that a
-reservation" be set apart in the city for
the e.i lusno use of this class of business
Naked Women In
This unprintable repo
t lias been favor-
ally consider, d by those in power, and
it is understood ia iio-.vsna per and official
rircl- s tht it .s to be adopted. However,
Hie full plan is not to he curried out 1'N
'I II. A1-TKK KI.Ki'TIc X. since, ir it were
made pul lie at this time it miht have
an IntltifiK'c on the ciiui'-h vote.
When the Americans took posscsi-ioii of
the city, the bulk of the Troops wore quar
tered out near Sampaloi;. one of the hest
residence districts of the city. It was at
tie- cud til' the street car lines and thereby
convenient. Sirainrhway the prostitutes.
Hocked to this seciion in droves. Tho
oi Kit s ill. t ame so frightful thai the Span
ish families of th" district bega.n to lock
up their houses and rent residences in
other portions of the city.
Now there are but few respectable
families left in the vicinity. Two whole
streets are filled wltti drunken soldiers.
rioting, yelling Americans and Iial!
I'utler the Stars and Stripes.
la this settlement of lust there is
scarcely a. lion:
not decorated with
titi'l out. Some of
1 1 as (xnmLntd thts fny and found
For Ihe Dcpartircr.nCfW-uTroO
- 0&& -
I'roof of inspection p32:o, showing
cial examination by I'r. J. Abtlls.
of the "Christian tl 'I vilizers."
ono lh-"gs painted cli.-ir neros-s the front of
their establishments. All have glaring
signs of American heirs either Inside or
out. hile many of the inmates are Kus-
uis. Ausirians and Roumanians, all vo
ciferously ihehire that tl.ev ar; Ameri
cans. 'I'lie whole situation Is thoroughly
irtrican. In Ti.e vie tiitv are the u-ual
nnrii'Tous saloons. A:l of these are ad-
vertiseil as "American saloons." nn.l most
of tlitni havi- Atneri'-ati Hags painted
across their front. It is h concrete revel
of "American civilization." The r.'her
siri-i-is of th" 'ii-Ii:ity are lioiicye-jn.ijt-d
-.vilh Tht se rf sorts. Sn rnpalcg. Instead of
In ing a resit'cii'-,. resort, i": wholly givt.il
o'tr to i-lot and Ia vi.'iii.rie.-
Cantomneut in Jolo.
In the Sulu a r h ! i if ! a ",'o .ns well as in
ilii.nanao lioiis. s of tills sort are ii' kie.w:i
Women of 'his e'larso-ti r are also pi.ic in-
!ly iti known. Trie chasi It v 'f.f th mitive
oro worn n saer.-oiv- jirot'-ct.e.j. i Mere
i r.'t such tMiir known as rape ai.,1 kin-
l. e in. lives are. nrnri ov-r.
!l?i.f. rs in :'! The I '1 iiipnl i s.
u :!! The ('i i 1 1 1 1
Th- olt-. ,-i.
s w. re a-fr.,ii ih.it the soldiers
li- yond e ntvol an I make crim
inal a"-""a;.ts rn the tiative v.om'-r:. as
li,-;.- l.-ol so f re. pier ! done ;r i.uzan
Hltl'il".' tee lau-.l'-. I J.t v a'so ktK-W that
t i.t tt.is sort infant a sure uar
With The-e "lll-i,!!izel people." '
I nilt.- O.llclal Direction.
Accordingly tl.e anthoi-ltles rented
three honses and Imported enough s;lrls
from Japan to stock them a'l. One
house is reserved for the officers and the
other two for the men. The girls are
regularly Inspected hy the army surgeons
nd transact their bullae under their
C'orrottorate'I Iiy Jllwl'iniirr.
Mr. Johnson is corroho; r.t 1 1 a rn
sionary v. hose
name withltc M f ,r f-ar
of otfi' i.tl v. i.g-.-tnee. l.-.it
ity is veil' ii ii for hy It-v
-cretary M. K. l'i:ir 1 of
whfi". re iii.i'-
A. I'. I.e. i.ar.l.
I.y It' v. Wiihur ''rafts, who
letter This missionary f:
P'.ldish' S the
tjaarttr set ofT by the Co to
man'! " ij z officer as t recojnl.eii resort
of prostitutes. These women, mostly
.iapanrse. are Oroatjlit there with the
knoKledee and consent. If not approval,
of Hie authorities; tliey are sesrt-ta teI.
and only soldiers allowed to o uvirt with
them; sentries are po.tc'J at the entrance
to ke p peace and order and prrvect the
entrance of nstlves or the escape of
the women, and it Is a rcoKuld Insil
I at loo of our military occujiat'on."
THE HAN AN
Opposite Harper House.
I There are Nine British Doctors
And All Who Call at the Itrltlsh Medical
Institute. 1(113 Third Avenue, 1'rlor to
Nov. Oth. Will have Their Cases
Studied by Several of Them
Without Charge aud Wlth-
AstaQ of eminent physicians and
surgeons from the British Medical
Institute have at the earnest solicita
tion of a large number of patients un
der their lieatruent in this country,
established a permanent branch of
the Institutein this city at 1 6 23 Third
These eminent gentlemen have de
cided to give their services entirely
frte for three months (medicine ex
cepted) to all invalids who call upon
them for treatment between now and
No. 20. These services consist not
only of consultation, examination and
advice, but also of all minor surgical
Ihe object in pursuing this course
is to become rapidly and personally
acquainted with the sick and alHicled.
aud under no condition whatever will
any charge be made for any services
rendered for three months to all who
call before Nov. 20.
The doctors treat all forms of dis
ease and deformities, and guarantee
a cure in every case they undertake.
At the lirst interview a thorough ex
amination is made, and if insurable,
vou are frankly nnd kindly told so:
also advised against srendinr your
money for useless treatment.
Male and female weakness, catarrh
and catarrhal deafness, cancer, with
out pain or cutting, rupture, all skin
diseases, and all diseases of tho rec
tum are positively Cured by their new
Dr. T. O. Felts, tho chief consult
ing surgeon of the institute, aasiaiud
by one or more of his staff associates,
is in personal charge.
OlUcc hours from 9 a. m. till o p.
m. ro bundav hours.
Special Notice If you cannot call.
send stamp for question blank for
home treatment. '
Vou pay lO cents
for Cigars not so good t3
A breath of FiDe Bal aam in every cckc.
like it for
Most b.ildiie.s'is c.tused hy clnnlniff. T.i Icpti thf.
hair, scalp and Ijt.trd in heaith cmditi'in, make
strong lather with Martina
I Soap and shampoo freely, li it
is desired to restore gray "or
tailed liair to youthful color.
apply Hay's Hair-Health after
shamp4mff with Harftna, and
the gravne5!t will disappear and
the hair will grow forth itsor:
tnal youthful color and beauty.
2tc. C&kes at leading dniz ilinpi
!or 3 -takes. toc 3Ia,!ed no rcceip.
tjf Tlirm hy IyiKIS Frf-ItY o..
X Mroaway, New York. Kftue a.l wbniota. f
For sale exclusively by T. II. Tbotuas
In a!! Its v:
eli'i;M l c'ta'i!.
ti.e tl ei 1 1 it.'
It care-' ilirr': t!
ray a co. l iu
Cream Tialrn i.i p'.acy J !ro it 3 noEtrDg, Sprradl
OTer tie EieaiarnriO ana n absorbed. i:e..ci a m
mediate an J a cure fo;'.ows. I', it cot drying doc
tot pr-jd jce tr-cc-aiiiii-. Lire f-:Ue, CO coats at Dru-
girta or b7 Dai'; Trial Size, 19 cents by naii.
ELY BliOTUEli5, M Warren Iuv:t, lie York.
Don't Be Fooledi
Take the cenuine, original
t. ROCKY MOUNTAIN TEA
Made only hy Madison Medi
cine Co.. Madison. Wis. li
keeps you well. Oar tr'Js
mark cut m each packszr.
price, 35 cents. Isever co'4
In bulk. Accept no AH'tsti.
MntsaTiiHi tut. Ak jour druggir.
ir. Clears Vs- U
SHOE FOR MEN
and CaU at
10c AND 25c
J. P. -Sexton & Co.
1818 Second Ave.
Those Who Have
Heen in our dressmakiiiej cslabliah
ment say they have been happily mir
pri.4cd tj see the hicjh class of work
being; done awl the very moderate
charges for the same. We will con
tinue to make garments for the pub
lic during the next two months' at
least. We uro in a position to please
those who want Eoiuetfiinr made (up"
to datp). However, we can only make
a limited number on account of not
having rooms large enough, and will
bo compelled to turn away many who
we would like to accommodate.
We will continue to teach all who
come the "art of d res h mariner. " All
who wish to learn to cut and lilUJl
classes of garments can be accoiiimc
dated at our school. Do not tli-.l.i; ,
but take advantage of this opportunity
of a life time. Visitors always wel
come at the rooms.
C.H. WARp, Manager,
1719 SjcoihI avenue.
Searlo & Mar.ihail AUcruejs.
Stutc. of Illinois. 1 ....
Rock inland County. ( s-
In the ("Iruuit Court In Chancery. 1'arllllon.
General No 1H.Vi.
Annie Chcxchro K K. Cliesehro, li.-irles Hit-
cllllc. Carrie SutchlTe. l-redeilek .SnurJ!fr,
Iro:hv S"jtcil:l-.; i"'d 'ieor'e uieillte, vs.
Mary K Van Arsdel. James W Van Art
del, MairirR Suicjirre, -i.ilic Jloldorf uuii
Notice it hereby t'iven that bv virtue of a
decree of n.iid Court. cMcred Iu Ihi: alunn e'e
titled tiau-e. tue 'i'Lirie.nth flav of Oc
tober, A. I. li?. I h:ol. on Saturiiay, lb;
Set" etilefccth d;iv of November. A. !., l'.oo,
at the hour of two o i'lmw In tho af L'-rtio'i.'i t
the Court House, in ihe City of flock I-;iriiJ in
said county of Hock I-Jaud as iireete.d tiv nild
decree, sell at potiifc auction o tht: highest and
best bidder for cash only. I hat cert ain parcel
of land hitua'e in the County of Kock It hind,
and St ile of lilinoi-. know 11 ind described mi
lo lows. to-v.-It:
Iai Ki'teeo 'Is) In I!loe Three t '.) In llt. ry
Iuver rort s Fourth Addition to the Cl'y of
IOi'-k 1 ,lar,fl
tiatc'l at Hock l.s. and. Illinois, this urtcentli
Cay Of October, A. U .
t.l.WI r. J'AttRlKIlTr.H.
Master In Chancery. Kock I-hind County, lit
MAKI.K vC MAIC-MA1.I..
41 -L.SS rj
W. L. VANCE & CO.
231 i'.-25 HiaHo H iildlDf, Chicago, 111.
Meniitcra of Ctlc. no Hoar J of Trade.
"ISoy Wheat aad Corn on breaks.
Corresotind'cce w'lclted. Orders ex
ecuted in loot) bubel ar.d upwards on