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THE AHOTJS. TUESDAY, FEBUTJAIIY 10. 1901
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' O, if my mother were only alive."
How frequently young mothers use this expression I
' All through her life she has known a mother's watchful
She is now a mother herself and gains in strength but
She would give worlds to do everything for her precious
babe, but cannot.
That tiny babe has unfolded in the young mother's heart
new emotions ; she has a living responsibility, and requires
strength to enable her to perform a loving duty. At such a
time too much care cannot be taken, and the greatest
assistant that nature can have is Iijdia E. Pinkham's
The birth of the first child is an especially trying expe
rience and nature needs all the help it can get. A happy,
healthy young mother is a delight to herself and all who
know her, and Mrs. Pinkham's medicine will build her up as
nothing else can.
Read Airs. Johnson's Letter for Proof.
GtBTHIlOC M J0HN50N
CHAS. E. HODGSON . ,
Fire Insurance Agency.
American Ijia. Co., - Newark, N. J.
Traders Ins. Co., - - Chicago, II .
Union Ins. Co. - Philadelphia, . Pa.
ltockford Ins. Co. - Rockford, 111
Socurity Ins, Co. - New Haven, Conn.
Ins. Co. State of 111., - Kockford, HI
Office, Room 8. Ruford block. Rates,
aa low as consistent wUn security.
J. M. Buford,
Toe old Hre and
pan lea Represented
Losses Promptly Paid.
-Bates m low km an j
can afford. Your
Ind. GEO. WAGNER, Jr.
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" Dear Mrs. Pixkham: For some time I have
thought of writing1 to you to let you know of the
great benefit I have received from the use of
LydW E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, boon
after the birth of my first child I commenced to
have trouble. Every month I grew worse, and at
last became so bad that 1 found I was gradually
losing- my mind. The doctors treated me for fe
male troubles, bnt I got no better. One doctor
told me that I would be insane. I was advised by
a friend to "give your medicine a trial, and before
I had taken all of the first bottle my neighbors
noticed the change in me. I have now taken five
bottles and cannot find words sufficient to praise
it; I advise any woman who is suffering- from any
female weakness to give it a fair trial. I thank
you for vour good medicine." MRS. GERTRUDE
M. JOHNSON, 503 E. Walnut St., Hillsboro, Tex.
Owing to the fact that some skeptical
people have from time to time questioned
the genuineness of the testimonial letters
we aie constantly publishing, we have
deposited with the National City Bank, of Lynn, Mass., $5,000,
which will be paid to any person who will show that the above
testimonial is not genuine, or was published before obtaining the
writer's special permission. Ivoia 8. Fmibak Ukoicih b Co.
An Innovation In Travel.
Much to the discomfort of South
ern tourists there has never been
through sleeping cars or through
coaches run from Chicago or any
other point north of the Ohio
river to Florida -without change.
Commencing Jan. 14, 1901, how
ever,, the SOUTHERN RAILWAY
and connecting lines will place in
service a SOLID VKSTIBULED,
TRAIN consisting of composite
baggage car, Pullman sleeping
cars, Dining car, and Observation
car, running' through from Chi
cago to St. Augustine, Fla-, with
out change, via Cincinnati, Chat
tanooga, . Atlanta, Macon, Jesup
and Jacksonville on the following
schedule, daily except Sunday:
Leave Chicago, 12:00 noon, i
Leave Cincinnati, 8:40 p. m.
Arrive Jacksonville, 7:50 p. m.
Arrive St. Augustine, 8:30 p. ni.
Tbls train between Cblcapo and Cincin
nati will run on alternate diss over the
Monon and C, H. & U , i'em sylvanl '
and Hl(f Four, leaving Chicago Mondays
and Thursdays via the Monon. Tueadaj
and Fridays via the Peorsylvanla, and
Wednesdays and Saturdats via the
H'lf Four. South of Cincinnati toe
route will be over the beautiful Queen
. & Crescent to Jacksonville, and FloriJa
Kast Coant to St. AutruKtine.
Parties living outside of Chicago can make
sleeping car reservations as far in advance as
desired by addressing ticket stent of any of
the lines mentioned 1ove or ueorge R. Allen,
A.G. P. A . Southern railway. St. Louis Mo.,
or J. C. Heam. Jr., N. W. P A., Sonthe.n
railway, S Dearborn street, Chicago, Ills.
In all in stages tUere
should be cleanliness.
Elj'g Cream Balm
cleans, tLe i a nd heals
the d'5eafc.l membrane.
It cttrcs ratarrh an:l drive,
sway a cold in the head
Cream Calm is placed Into the nostrils, spreads
ever tho membrane aud is absorbed. ' Ecliaf is Im
mediate and a care follows. It Is not drying does
not produce sneezing. Large Size, 60 cents at Drujp.
Cists or by mail ; Trial Size, 10 cents by mail.
. ELY BKOULEES, 66 Warren Street, New York.
SHOW FOR ST. LOUIS
National House Fathers It and Ap
propriates the 35,000,000
LAB0E LEGISLATION THAT FAILED
Cannon Presents Fignrcs Showing the
Appropriations by This Congress
Sugar Bounty Matter.
Washington, Feb. 10. The bill to
authorize the holding of the Iuterna
nationail exnositiou in celebration , of
.the centennial anniversary of ' the
Ixmisiana purchase at St. I.oui in
11K)3, aud appropriating $.",JUO.OU
therefor, passed the house yesterday
under suspension of the rules by a
vote of 191 to 41. The opposition was
hopelessly lit the minority, and the
struggle over the bill was brief. The
luesiion of closing the exposition on
Sunday was not mentioned during the
debate. The bill to detlne the word
"conspiracy" In the Sheriuau auti-tmst
law to avoid the iossibility of its be
ing held applicable to labor organiza
tions was defeated by almost a two
thirds vote, on account of two amend
ments which the judiciary committee
placed upon the bill and which were
opposed by the la'bor organizations.
Cannon Presents Some Figures.
The sundry civil bill was uuder con
sideration late In the day, and Cannon,
chairman of the appropriations com
mittee, took occasion to make a de
tailed statement of the appropriations
for the present congress. He was led
to do this, he said, by many criticisms
of the reckless extravagance of this
congress. The situation, he said, was
quite bad enough without exaggerating
it. His detailed table showed a grand
total of $fW.118,o05r omitting the .530.
000,000 sinking fund. This grand total
is S2,25,i(K) below the estimates,
which aggregated ?72O,.74,S04 exclu
sive of the sinking fund.
Where the Money Is to Go.
The detailed amounts of appropria
tion bills were given as follows: Agri
culture, $4,4S8.!HM; army. $117,847,740;
diplomatic and consular. $1,808,808;
District of Columbia $804,049; fortifl
caiton, $7.27.461: Indian, $0,fMMV777;
legislative, etc.. $24,500,107: military
academy, $772. liT3: navy. $78,738,973;
pensions. $145,145,230; postottice, $123,
7S2.!SS; river and harbor, $22,802,711;
sundry civil. $59,703,2fi4. Explaining
the statement Cannon said it Indicated
an apparent increase of appropriations
at this session over those made at the
last session of $3.i7,732. In the
course of his remarks he tired some
shots at the minority for "prating of
economy" and not helping to uphold
the hands of himself and others when
they were trying to keep appropria
GAGK OX THE SUGAR BOl'ISTT.
Invitss All Who Are Agricveil by Ills De
cision to Go to the Courts.
Washington. Feb. It). In KHakiiig
yesterday of his recent order imposing
:t countervailing duty on Russian su
gars Secretary Gage said: "It is not
a question of what the manufacturers
ilesire or think ought to be. It is not
a question of what the sugar refiners
or beet raisers desire or think ought
to le. It Is a question purely of law
and fact. The secretary of the treas
ury is sworn to enforce the law, not to
make law. The late decision as to the
liability of Russian sugar to pay a
countervailing duty is based on the de
partment's apprehension of the law
and of the facts. The board of gen
eral appraisers is a Inxly constituted
by congress especially to hear and Ju
dicially determine disputed questions
of lav and of fact growing out of the
administration of customs laws. Our
own citizens take their grievances
there, the imiwrters of Russian sugar
may take their grievances there. The
way Is open for the prompt hearing
and determination of their appeal if
made. It lies with them to consent
by silence or to seek a judicial review
through' the avenue that our laws pro
The secretary has received a. num
ber of inquiries in regard to his recent
action, aud yesterday he sent answers
substantially as follows: "In reply to
your letter relative to countervailing
duty on Russian sugars I have to in
form you that after careful considera
tion of the effects of the Russian law
aud regulations upon the price of that
commodity for home consumption and
the price for exportation, as exempli
fied in reports from our consular ofti
eers in Russia, this department has ar
rived at the conclusion, that Russia in
directly pays or bestows a bounty on
the export of sugars within the mean
ing of section 5 of the act of July 24,
18!t7. and consequently that it was my
duty under the law to proclaim the
net amounts of such bouutles for the
assessment of additional duties.
"It Is to be regretted that the Rus
sian minister of finance should have
considered this action in the light of
a discrimination on our part against
the Russian commerce, as stated In
our recent daily press, and have with-?
drawn from our imports into Russia
the privileges of the conventional tar
iff of that country, to which the Unit
ed States is entitled under the 'most
favored nation clause' in our treaty of
commerce and navigation with Rus
sia of 1832.
"The allegation of discrimination ap
pears to be unfounded in view of the
fact that ugars coming from other
Iwmnty-paying countries, such as
France, Germany, Belgium, The Neth
erlands, etc.. are subjected to addition
al duties under said section 5. and that
unless the above-stated conclusion of
this department is reversed by a com
petent tribunal the exemption of Rus
sian sugars from additional duty would
r-gutly be regarded by the other bounty-paying
countries, as a .discrimina
tion .against them and in favor of Rus
sia." . ' , - . . . - .. .
Cost or the Fire Was $175,000.
Shelwygan. Wis., Feb. 19. The lat
est Hsures on the loss sustained by the
burning of the Kohler. Ilayzen & Steyn
:ompaity'a enameling plant place the
amount at $175,000. It is said the plant
will probably be rebuilt at once,
Toons; Farmer I'uca Away Two Dozen In
an 11 oar anil Wins $75.
Areola, Ills., Feb. 19. Ou a wager
of $75 Miner 1'fifer, son of a wealthy
farmer of this city, Sunday, ate two
dozeu ham sandwiches In forty-eight
minutes. Pnfer entered a cafe, went
to the lunch counter.- ordered a sand
wich, and while eating made the re
mark he could eat two dozen and still
A traveling mau at the counter of
fered to bet 'him $25 he could not eat
two dozen ham sandwiches in an hour.
I'nf er took the net -and placed $50 more
with two other men on the same propo
sition. Sandwiches were ordered and
rafter started at 11 o'clock and finished
at 11:48. rtifer offers to meet all com
ers for the gastronomic championship
RUSH DROWNS TWO MEN
Dam of an Electric Light l'Jant Gives
Out. Impel 111ns; Four I.Ives.
. Thompson ville, Mich., Feb. 19.
Juts at noon yesterday the dam at the
village electric light plaut went out
with a roar, carrying with It four men
and a team of horses who were work
ing on the structure. Kdward and Kr
nest Crandall never came to the sur
face and .were drowned with the
Their companions, Georsre Iliney
and A. B. Fox, were rescued by peo
ple on the bank. The waters are rap
idly eating the river bank away at
present, and the electric lighting plant
is in sjreat danger.. The village will
be in t6tal darkness until the dam la
The Place to Wash Him.
On one occasion an M. P. of a past
generation not noted for his habits of
personal tidiness was visiting a seaside
place, and one day while out in a boat
with a sailing party he was swept over
board, but was happily rescued. When
the excitement was over, a young fel
low rushed down Into the cabin.
"By Jove," he exclaimed, "we've
been having such an exciting time on
"What is it?" asked everybody.
"Mr. Blank was washed overboard."
"I'm glad of It," snapped a fastidious
Everybody was horrified.
"Well, I am," she explained. "Just
think of that man being washed on
board.'; London Answers.
Chicago Grain aud Troduce.
Chicago Feb. 18.
Following wer ethe quotations on the
Board of Trade todav:
Wheat Open. High. Iw. Close.
February .73 .74 .73' .73H
March 74. .744 .73-ls -73
May 751a 75'! -3 .75
March .40 .Z0i
May 41Vs .414 .40 .40
February 24 li
May 25 .25 ;8 - .25 -25Vi
May 14.07',i 14.07A 13.97 14.02's
Juiy 14.00 14.00 13.i0 13.80
May n 7.47 7.47 7.421a 7.42
Juiy : .... J-JVa
Septembr r : 7.57 7.60 :7.55 7.55
May 7.05 7.07 7.02 7.02
September .. 7.17 7.17 . 7.13 7.15
Produce: Butter Extra creamery,
21c per lb: extra dairy, 18c: packing
stock, llliy.sc. Eggs Fresh stock, lSc
per doz. Dressed Poultry Choice tur
keys, 9&9H-c per lb; chickens. 8Sc;
ducks, J010c; geese. 88c. Potatoes
Fair to choice, 4042c per bushel. Ap
ples Common to choice, $1. 50S4.50 per
brl. Cranberries Cape Cod. $7.008.00
per brl; bell and bugle, $8.50.
Chicago Live Stock. ai
Chicago Feb. 18.
Cattle Beef steers sold on a basis of
J3.30S4.0O for common to fair un to
$4.605.00 for medium. , with god to
choice grades at 5.105.5O and choice
to fancy at $5.606.00; sales were large
ly at $4.23''5.50, exporters being free
buyers at $5.005.60. Stockers and feed
ers sold fairly at J2.25ii4.65. and butch
ering and cannng cattle sold at $2.25
4.50 for bulls and $1.D04.75 for cows
and heifers. .
Hogs Sales were made of good to
prime shipping hog9 averagng 26O350
lbs at $5i.32ig5.40. heavy packing
droves averaging 280400 lbs at J5.20
5.32. comn-.on to choice mixed averag
ing 1800240 lbs at $o.205.37. good to
prme butcher hogs averaging 200(H)
250 libs at $3.325.40 and bacon hogs
averaging 140195 lbs at J5.205.35.
Kast Huffalo Live Stock.
East Buffalo, N. Y.. Feb. 18.
Dunning & Stevens, IJve Stock Com
mission Merchants, East Buffalo, N. Y.,
quote as follows: Cattle Receipts. 180
cars; market 10 to 15c lower for all
grades; very few prime fat steers here;
fair to good medium steers. 1,300-lbs
and up. J4.90ff85.75; choice exporter quo
table. $4.00(5)4.50: choice, $4.60: heifers
extra. $4.355.45: light to jrood. $3.25
4.25; cows, fair to best $2.503.80; bulls
eeeady, $3.40$?4.O0; extra fancy, $4.25;
stockers and feeders stealy. Hogs Re
ceipts. 100 cars; market slow; a to 10c
lower; bulk of sales all grades, $5.60:
heavy closing very slow; offered. $5.50
5.B5; rouRhs. $4.905.95. Sheep and
Lambs Receipts, RO'cars: lambs about
steady: tops. $5.40(35.50; culls to xood,
$3. 50ft? 5. 35: mixed sheep, tops. $4.35'5.50:
culls to gooi. 2.254.25; wethers and
yearlings, $4.25 4. 75.
St Louia Grain.
St. Louis, Feb. 18.
Wheat Lower; No. 2 red cash eleva
tor. $72c: track, 74(ff75f?c: May, "3'4c;
July. 72ff72c; No. 2 hard 70iiff"lio.
Corn Lower: No. 2 cash. 3g39c
track. 39fr4nc; May, 38!&38c; July,
38'5i(t3S7ic. Oats Lower; No. 2 cash,
6c; track, 26Vi(ff269ic; May. 2614c: July,
!5c: No. 2 white, 2S2SVic Rye
Hay Timothy, 110(312; prairie, fSQUO.
Coal $3 per to a.
Butter Choice to fair, 18c; fresh creamery,
Hens-o per pound. . -
Spring Chickens 6i4c per pound.
Cattle Butchers pay for corn fed steers,
4c35c; cows and n elf era, Si4c4c; calves,
Hogs 14. 72t3. 5.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
Tha Kir.j Yea Hara Always Bought
Sign? tare of.
; JEWEL MALADIES.
Crecloai Stones Th(it Are SnlJect to
The decoloration, of precious stones
when they have becu exposed to the
air for a long time is considered one of
the most frequent maladies. Among
the colored stones, the emeralds, rubies
and sapphires are thpse which remain
intact best. Nevertheless they are not
exempt from changes, as lias been
proved by many experiments recently
made in Faris. Two rubies of the same
size and shade were kept for two years,
one in a showcase and the tther away
from all light.- At the end of this term
a comparison revealed that the first
bad become somewhat lighter in color.
The influence of li;cht makes itself
felt more plainly ou topazes and gar
uets. The garnet turns much paler In
a short time, while tha topaz assumes
a darker sh:;lo end even loses the bril
liancy possessed by it when freshly
The most sensitive stone in this re
spect is the opal. This stone draws its
marTelous rainbow reflections from
numerous little clefts which allow the
light to pass and rellect it In different
directions. Ofteu the opal stands the
manipulations of cutting and polishing
well, and all of a sudden it splits. It
suffers always by excess of heat. Ow
ing to its chemical composition it is
sensitive to all the changes of tempera
ture. Pearls deteriorate very easily. In the
fire they are transformed into a piece
of lime. Flaced in contact with an acid,
they behave as lime or marble would
under the same conditions. It some
times happens that during the work, if
the band touching them is Aery sweaty,
they lose their luster or break, being
attacked by the acid of the perspira
tion. Since pearls are composed of concen
tric las-eis of mother of pearl, it is
sometimes possible to repair them by
taking off the outer layer, but this
operation is extremely difficult and
delicate. If the Interior colors are in
jured there is no remedy.
Diamonds are less sensitive; still it
is not prudent to take them too near
the fire. Jewelers' Circular-Weekly.
THE HELPFUL WOMAN.
Her AWrlce to Her Hnsbnnd and the
Itesnlt of FollonlnK It.
There was once a Woman whose
Husband Depended on the State of
the Market for his Daily Toast. One
Day he Appeared before Her with a
"All is Over, my Dear," said he.
"Wheat is Way Down, and I doubt
if after Tomorrow we shall have More
than Ten Thousand a Year to Live On.
I am Sorry that I Married you to Drag
you Down to This, but I must Tell you
Sooner or Later. I am a Tunned Man."
"Say, do not Lose Heart," said his
Wife. "Can you not Speculate Fur
ther?" "I canuot," he replied, "for I have
lA)st my Nerve. My Friends Urge me
to Throw what I Have Into Copper,
but I Dare Not. Five Thousand a
Year would Hardly buy Croquettes for
Two. I would Better Keep what I
have Saved from the Smash."
"At any rate," said she. "come Out
and Have some Lunch. Let us 3o to
Sherry's and get a Nice Litle Bird.
Then you will Feel Better."
"Bird!" exclaimed her Husband.
"Unhappy Woman, if you see anything
better than Broiled Chicken aud Beef
a la Mode for the Rest of Your Life,
you will Do Well. Iu my present
Frame of Mind I would Suggest a
Night Lunch Cart."
"Let us have One Good Meal at
least," urged bis Wife, "before we Die
to the World. I have Twenty Dollars
in my Purse, I will Buy our Lunch
with that; after that the Night Lunch."
"Very well, for the Last Time," re
plied her Husband.
Then they we"nt to an Expensive
Restaurant and Ate a more than Satis
factory Luncheon. At the end of it her
"I think Better of that Copper than
Then he went Back to Wall Street
and Made -Sixty Thousand Dollars in
This teaches us that Digestion is the
Better Part of Valor. Century.
l ae For Old Envelopes.
Rigid economy is the mother of ac
cumulation. One of the busier busi
ness men of this city, with offices ou
Broadway, never purchased a scratch
book in his life and never wastes a
fresh piece of paper on a memorandum
or a column of figures. Every envel
ope that conies in his mail is sliced
apart, back from front, and the front,
or address side, is preserved for use.
The Inside forms a clean, smooth
sheet Wa by 0'i inches. . One of the
millionaires of Boston made his start
by saving empty nail kegs and selling
them back to the nail makers for 10
cents each in trade. His clerks were
accustomed to kicking in the staves
and burning them In the stove. New
An Eqnine Banquet,
norses were the sole guests at a re
cent dinner given by a company of
English men and women who went
from Loudon into the country for the
sole purpose of entertaining their four
footed dependents. The menu includ
ed - chopped apples and carrots and
slices of white bread mixed witb a
few iiandfuls of sugar.
; Proper Retarn.
"I burl the lie back hi your teetH!" be
Which was quite appropriate, for
they, too, were false. Philadelphia
A Wide nlf.
Briggs I hear you have lcen operat
ing In Wall street.
CJrigps A great mistake. I've been
operated upon. Harper's Bazar.
Tho Kind You Have Always
in use for over 30 years,
All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Just-as-groodaro but
Experiments that trifle with and endanger tho 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 Narcotic
substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worm
. and, allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates tho Food, regulates the
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep
The Children's Panacea The Mother's Fiiend.
GENUINE CASTORIA ALVAYS
The Kind You Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
' -- "' ' ' ' THI CtWTAUW COWMWV, TT MUHHAV tTNECT. NEW YORK CtTT. '
The Wonderful Success
and Many Marvelous Cures Effected by German-English Specialists
Demonstrates Their Skill and Ability to Treat all Forms of
No Longer Incurable.
Catarrh of nose, throat and stom
ach, consumption (first stages), bron
chitis and asthma and remedies that
have proven almost universally suc
cessful. By use of these methods,
combined with their home treatment,
a cure can be effected in every case.
Deafness, Ringing In the Ears, Bonnlng
Many of these cases are caused by
Catarrh extending from nose to throat
into the middle ear. Recently appli
ances have been invented that carry
healing agents direct to the diseased
parts, effecting a quick and perma
Office, Oct Democrat Building,
H&urs 9 to 1 p . m., 2 to 4 and
burn and blister
the tender skin
of a child, bu,t
I 11 K"
t. JJ-jr,t' X 1
It is the safest thing a mother can rub on her little boy'
or girl for a sprain, bruise, sore throat or cold in the chest.
Please remember this, mothers, and always have a bottle
of Omega Oil in the house. It will cure the aches and
pains of the entire family, and relieve a great amount
of suffering every year. It is good; for everything a
liniment ought to
be good for.
Iff yur fWle refits? to supply yr
Iminrnt, the Ororpa Chenirtl Co., :
you a bottle prepaid Cor 50c. la cash.
TWv" ewr- lnai -as Sww-i?
Bought, and Trhich has been
has borne tho sicrnatnre of
and has been made under his per
sonal supervision since its infancv.
Allnwrtn nnn fnif(rplrA vnn in tlitu.
Diseases of Nervous System, Rhenmatla tu
Diseases of Women, Blood and Skin.
Diseases of Hen, Varicocele, Strict
ore, Hydrocele, Rapture, etc. -Diseases
of the Heart, Uter
The German-English specialists are
all graduates of the leading colleges
of the country, and have 6pent years
in college and hospital wort, as their
numerous diplomas and certificate '
will shoW. Their offices are equippec
with every electrical and mechanical
appliance and curative agent known
to the world's greatest scientists to
be necessary in the diagnoses and
and cure of catarrhal, rheumatic,
nervous or lingering diseases. Not
one physician in a thousand possesses
such facilities. It is to these appli
ances, new remedies and new meth
ods, together with fifteen years of ex
perience in college and hospital worfe
that many of their remarkable cures
have been attributed.
No matter if your case has been pro
nounced incurable, call and see them;
it can do you no harm. Science is
advancing, yoa may yet find a cure.
If your case is hopeless they will not
Consultation and examination freo
205 West Third St., Davenport
7 to 8 p. m. Sundays 9 to 12 a. m.
you with this -ofiHerfnl Sww prcn
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money order or ttamps.