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It Floats An experienced laundrers will tell you that shirts never look as white as whpn washed with Ivory Soap, ■ The Psoctes A Oamsu Co- Cwi GATHERING IN ST. LOUIS Many Leading Republicans In the Convention City. THUKST0N P* ÜMAHENT OIUIRUAX. Tlic Colo* 1.1 uc I. still H Vexations fjuvs I lon M»i«t- Many Con tout« For Ke.ilt to He Acted Upon. St. Louis, dune Hk— Politlolans great •art small, iilnuk and white nral nil the Intermediate shades of toinplex'nn, Ir'dli all over the Union are swarming In o t.il« big town. For the last wen t thoy luivo heeo dropping In at odd Interynls liy uoû twos. But now thoy are oouuttu |iy the carload, and It will be n nook be no they will have all arrived. Although .t Is almost, a week until tho convention will b* called ta order, thore is a vast amount ut preliminary work to Is» done. There are sooros of conteste to ho nrguoJ liefore tho national committee, whloh meets to day, and, added to this Is a vast deal of rout.inq Work to he done. It % asserted that, baokod up by tlio *1**3 made by McKinley's managers, C. W. $ v irbanks of Indianapolis will be mndo temporary chairman of the Republican convention and J, M. Thm-ztou of Nobras fta will bo permanent chairman. Thé',0 «•(notions cotne In tho nature of a sur prlso, as neither had been prominently mentioned during tho canvass for tho po* ■Itlooe. H had been understood that the seloo tons would he either Morrlum of Mlnne *mtn, who refused the honor n month ago; Bulkolsy of Connecticut, Alger of Mich igan, Evans of Tennessee, Warner Miller of Now York or Hastings of Ponnsylvn nln. with General Charles H. Grosvonor of Ohio ns a possibility. Those men wore nil carefully considered as to their pecul iar fitness for the position hy McKinley managers, and for one ronton or another wore rejected. During tho hont of tho campaign Bonntor Thurston hail beon ono The Nation»! Cntninlt tec I ten \y to Oll N m >■ ■ h . ;u 3tv m \\ JOHN M. THVU6TON. of MoKInley's most aotlro supporters. At oue time lie was mentioned ns the man to make the nomination speech for McKIn )«y, and when Forakor received that hon or nn agreement was made whereby Thu-ston was to receive ono equally high. When ti. W. Fairbanks was In Cleve land three weeks ago. he was considered ns the proper man to prosltlo over the con vention during Its first -nrduoua'dellborn tlonn, His keenness and sagacity ns one of tho first lawyers of the Hnoder state and a leader of the state Republican forces pe culiarly fitted him for the task. Another »(rung point In his favor was that in thus honoring Indiana McKinley would be os *ured of Its unanlmnus support nnd effect unity kill nny attempt to boom Harrison at the last moment. Talk or a Holt.. There Is already considerable discussion among tho delegates and other party lead ers who have arrived aa to tho probable course that will bo pursued on the finan cial question, and It Is becoming evident that this question will rooelvo more atten tion than nny other In tho conmiltteo on resolutions anil from the dolegates goner ally. The possibility of a bolt by the free ailver advocates in ease of the Incorpora tion of a plank In the platform which they will oonstruo ns unfriendly to sllvor la dlscussod freely in the hoiol lobbies, nnd by nona moro than by the sllvor men themselves, of whom thera are already aovoral In the city. There has been no general oonferenoo among them, however, and will not he uptil the arrival of Sena tors Teller. Dubois. Cannon nnd others, who aro not expected until the latter part of this week or the first of next. It Is gothored from those who are already here that the disposition to bolt the convention Is confined to hut Tory few. One of the most prominent of tho silver delegates said that, tho men from the west felt that they had been elected by Republican con stituencies to meut In convention to seonre all they could for silver, but that they were not authorized to holt If they found themselves In n minority, and that the moyo they conferred the more general was the opinion that tney should staiid by the Repuhllron organisation. 0 Chairman Carter has arrived from Washington with several other meiffherS who eamii from the east. General Clark son the member from Iowa, Is 111 at Phil adelphia nud cannot be at the mooting. Penator Gear has his proxy. . K. Ctav# land has the proxies of Enoch StrolhFr o Nevada, of Oscar Meyer of New York and of Joseph Simon of Oregon. The eommlttoo will today take up* the contested seats, and also tho seleotlon of temporary chairman and other officers of tbe convention to he named by the com mittee H Is also probable that tho subject of acoominbdatlons for colored delegates will be considered. Chairman Carter said that tbe matter had been adjusted, ho believed. In a satisfactory manner. When ho read the first statement of tho difficulty, ha stated to a fr ond In Indianapolis that If it was found Inipo sible in St. Lonis to find fccommodatlon« for Republicans on account of color It might he necessary to take the convention to some place where men could be lodged and fed. Mr. Carter has been informed by room lrors of tho local oommittee that there wl I not be Itay further difficulty, slthoiiKh It is understood that at all of tbe lead nq hotels no quarters have been available (or of onlotsd men, applicants always having boon Informed that the rooms had all been taken, and the hotel Informed mem bers of tho committee that for more than 1(1 days all rooms hare been engaged for tha convention Week. Herring the Cotnrrd Brethren. Clkvki.and, Juno 10.—The news that tho color line Will he drawn In Ht. Louis during the Kbpubilcan national conven tion created a stir at McKinley headquar teis In this city. Hon. M. A. Hanna at onoo wired Judge A. C, Thompson of Portsmouth. O., who is in Ht. Louis, re questing him to see to It that all the col or- tl delegates are provldod with comfort Ufcle quarters regardless of expense. Later ho again telegraphed him to the effoot that President C. F, I.ench of tho Ohio Republican league had offered the use of the St Louis exposition building for the colored dnlogatng. The league has leased the building ns headquarters nnd meeting place. Mr. Hanna received a telegram from John Mlihollnnd of New York ten dering tho use of n special train of sleep ing cars Which will carry n Now York party to St. Louis for the colored dole gutes. George Myers, who was a delegate t-o tho last Republican national conven tion and who Is one of the foremost color ed men in Ohio, has made arrangements 'o go to Ht. Louis with 15 othor promi nent colored Ohio Republicans to work for McKinley. Home time ago ho engaged quarters for the entire party at tho Ht. -fumes hotel, sending a check and getting a receipt. ytiny Thinks ft Will Hr McKinlry. PHILADELPHIA, Juno ill.—Senator Quay arrived hero from Washington on Ills way to his Imme In Heaver, whonee he will go to the Republican national convention at Ht-. Louis. A roporter asked hlin whether ho thought tho^o would he nny trouble over tho silver question at St. Lopts. Tho senator replied: "boo here, I huvo hoard so muoh about that for the past throe weeks I'm tirod of It." ' Will thore bo a nomination on tho first ballot for president.'H was asked. "Yes." "Will It he MoKInloy?" "1 think so." "Will you withtlrnw as a candidate for tho presidential nomination!'" The senator laughed and said: "I had said that I .would shoot the first mini who oskod me that question. But I am harmless; 1 am without arms, lam still a candidate." "Who will ho nominated for vleo presi dent:'" "1 don't know." "Do you think It will he Governor Hastings!'" "Indeed Senator Quay further said that he had not heard of any effort to head off McKin ley. I cannot toll." Illnl. In a Convention. Pittsburg, June 10.—The is Repub lican county conventions wero held and rosulte«! in a decided victory for tbe regu lars. The reformers secured the nomina tion of Wllllaiff A. Stone for congress In the Twenty-third district nnd the four ns semblyinen in the First and Second legis lative districts in Alleghany City. The other faotlon - carried everything else, unmlng John Dslzell for congress and John W. Crawford and U. L. Magee for state senate In the Forty fourth nnd For ty fifth senatorial districts respectively. A riot ooourred In tho Eighth legislative convention, and tho Quay people, with Thoinn» Tllbrock of MoKeesport as thela candidate, bolted and held a convention of thott own. Some of the Quay lenders sey tho Independent ticket In tho Eighth will not he the only ono, as It Is the liltun tlon to nominate on entirely new Quay county tekat. During tho struggle In tho convention the sent* of the rmnnien council chamber wero torn up and thrown about, desks overturned, etc., pistols were brand Is hull and quite a number of heads wore bumped nnd eyes blackened. It required a squad of 30 police to restore order. Cleveland Gives His Views. Washington, June 10. — President Cleveland has opinions on the availability of the various candidates for tha Hopuh Bonn nomination for president nnd has expressed them to a congressman. Hop resentatlve Seth Millikan, the veternp member of tho house from Maine, called at the White Houso to soe nbyut a bill 1 In which bq was Interested. The conversa tion shifted around to politics and tho outcome of tho Ht. Louis convention. "I suppose your candidate Is already select ed," said the president, "but 1 am sur prised at tbe choice the Republicans hays made. In my opinion Speaker Rood Is the strongest nml brainiest niun in your party. It appears to me unfortunate that MoKIntey should have obtained the nomi nation under the ulroumstauces whloh seemed to have controlled his seleotlon. He will find this offloo no place for a mort gaged man." tloket, a t least. Harkt* I. Willing. Washington, Juno 10.—The following letter from ex-Governor Boles has been received In this city: Deak Srh—If the silver delegates control tho convention at Clrtrngo, a Democrat will certainly he nomlnntcd by that convention. It. Is not vastly Impor tant as to who he shall be, If he is a thor nnghly triad nnd true friend of the froe coinage of sliver nnd Is cnpnlilo and hon est It would, In my judgment, he al so lutely Impossible to unite any considers hie number of the delegates to that con vention In favor of nominating nnv one outside of the party for tho head of tho HOKAf'K Boik*. Oft-CHASeS BloodfNerveFoor 1 tak»#£ For Weak and .tun-Oown People from Childhood to Old A^e. WHAT IT 19 ! Th» rich, nt of all r«sL»mtlv« Food**, ItFcauat* it replat»« th« »Mino nuhvtanc«» O the 1-1 and »»«tt«'» th t nr.» •'\hHti»fc#d In h«>»6>tw«i lif»-iiivinr tluidsl.y tii k h liviag^uvcxworks wurrj, ukee***-»-, ai».iRt*,ctc. » \\y p Akin« (ha |,1. -ul i< t»*bI i»n pvrf. ct, it rf^lihM bt.liil h. nu l»» » m.( Hir*'fi|rtt.. 1 ,»c tirrv»« h« in.x' -mad« rlr-'iu . til*' I r . I . I . .-I 1 III I l»»r. For |mf r t»lily m»-l sinpiiif«« r..l «HFtinic ilr*»::»* ami «-»alitH»*-» tn »ith^r a»»« . U ia» to ••ciubI ; und f • K HaVi -»r « • On»irfu . an# < j a l*t ytuntd Twr r m, c.iAta i ChtA'. *t WHAT IT ones pure and rlcft, arm itteu a ii'liT» and i. - toVWV f CARLISLE'S BOND STORY Sends a Lcnjjthy Reply to the Subcommittee. EXPORTS BEACHED BIO FIGURE3, The Government Com fintier! to Ser-U tlia Ope, and Forced to Take the Highest Figures Offer 'd by Bankers. Market For the 8aio of It« IIoihU \YASHUXr.ToN, June ifl.—tho reply of John Uf Carlisle, secretary of tho treas ury, to the Inquiries of the auhconmjlttoe on finance of tho United Etatos senate charged with the Investigation of the sale of bonds of the United States In tho years 1 Sul-6, has boon made pdbllc. The secretary traoes the hoglnnlng of tho trouble hnok to the closing year of President Harrison's administration and brings tho history down to Mr. Clave land's first Issue of bund*. Ho says: "During tho throe months prooedlng the 7th day of March, 189!', when I as sunind control of this department, the withdrawals of gold from the treasury amounted to $35,668,093, while the ex ports amounted to $39,709,730, and dur ing the eight months next succeeding that dale tho withdrawals amounted to $50,' 1^7,018, while tho oxporta amounted to $30,989,1139, showing an uxesss of with drawal! over exports to the amount of $10,337,060. Those large withdrawals were due almost entirely, so far as could bs ascertained, to a fooling of apprehension In tho publia mind, ospenlally mining the holders of out securities abroad, which lncrnased ta In tensity from day to day until it reached disproportion* of a panto In the financial centers, and It was evident that, unless effectual stops wore promptly taken to check tho growing distrust the govern ment would bo compelled within n fow days to ouspond geld pnymonta nud drop to a silver and paper standard. More than 343,000,000 of thoninuunt withdrawn was not demanded for export, but was taken out by people who had heoome seriously alarmed on account j.f tho critical condi tion of tho trousury in Its relations to the lurrenoy of the country. Tho situation was so grave that the attention of congress was called to tho subject by a special mes sage from tho president of the United Htutos on tho :18th day of January, 1896. Aftor freely quoting from this message the secretary says that, congress having failed to pass any measure for tho rellof of the trousury or to tnko any option oal ciliated to allay tho serious apprehensions then oxistlng in the public mind, a cou trnot was entered Into on Feb. 8, 1895, with August BolmoDt & Co. of New York, on bohalf of themselves and N. M. Rothschild <V Sons of London, and J. 1*. Morgan & Co. of New York, on behalf of thomsolvos and J H. Morgan & Co. of Loudon, for the purohaso of 8,500,000 ounces of standard gold at the price of $17.80441 per ounce, to be paid for In United States Bn yoar 4 per cent bonds. Not loss than one-half of tho gold was to bo procured abroad, and tho parties agreed so far ns lay in their power to exert all (Immolai influence and make nil legltl mute efforts to protect tho treasury against the withdrawal ponding the complote per formance of the contract. As an ounce of gold was worth $18.1104(15, tho difforenco between that sum nnd the contraot prloe represents the premium rocolvcd by tho government on the bonds, making tho price at whtoh the bonds were accepted $104.4946. At this prloo the bonds would yiold tho Investor 8.76 per cent per an num. Withdrawals of gold again set In, nnd on Doc. 3, 1895, the president again sent a special messago to congross asking remo dial legislation, but 'none was enacted, nnd on Jan. 6, 1896, a circular was issuod asking for subscriptions for $100,000,000 4 per cents of the snme character as the others. ./Tho bids for this loan nuraforuri 4,641 nnd aggregated $088,000.000, of which $166,580,000, com 1 lift from Irrespon sible parties was thrown out Among the hfds received was one for the whole $100, 000,000 frem J. P. Morgan & Co. of New York at $110.0877. After accepting all higher bids thore remained $33,179,850, which was allotted to Morgan & Co. at tho price offered. The total proceeds of tho sale exclusive of Interost wero $111,* 160,233. Continuing, tho secretary says: Kein« No Other W»v. "T know of ne method by whloh the rwkot, prioa of $50,000,000 or $100,090,000 In bonds, nlj put on tho market at the seine time and to bo pnld for In gold, can ho ascertained except by offering them for sa!o to tho public at large or by negotiat ing with capitalists here ami In othor countries who are acquainted with tho values of such securities and are In tbe tmblt of dealing in them. Of course such Inrge amount* offered at ono time cannot be sold for us high a price, payable In gold, os can be obtained for sinaMer amounts to bo paid for In tka ordinary way. ■ ■ "My opinion Is that the prices roceived by the government for the bonds sold In 1894, 1895 und 13U6waro us high U3 It was possible to obtain under thoclrcumstanoos existing at the times when tho sides were mads. Tho fact that bonds are offered for sale by tho government only at times when the finnm-iul uffnlrs of tho country are greatly disturbed, and the market more or less depressed on account of tho busi ness situation nnd tho feeling of Insecuri ty which always prevails at such periods nmung Investors, ncoesssrlly prevents the realization of ns good prices as might be proaured If advantage could bo takon of the most favorable opportunities for effect ing the sales. The same conditions whloh make the Issuo of bonds necessary also de press the price of suoh securities Itr'nll the markets of the world, ami consequently the government Is compelled to make Its sales under tho most unfavorable clrcum .toners "In relation tn that part of the resolu tion which dlrocts the eommlttoo to in vestigate and report "what effect tho bond sales had on ths credit and business of the people of tho United Statos" I have the honor tossy that, In my opluion, tho sales were nocosaary for tho preservation of tho credit of tho government and the security of tho business Interests of the poople, and that they, in fact, accomplish ed those results, it Is not possible to ■ statu In this communication all the foots upon which this opinion Is based, but It may be said iu geuernl that the effect of each sals was to Restore confidence, for the time being at Inhat, in the power and purpose of tbe government to maintain Its own creCIt, to preserve the parity of onr coins and the value of our ourrenry, and to check the return of ouf securities In large amouute from other countries for sale In the market* hero." ' (.'orbin'* Coachman Hurled. RARATOtiA, Jnio 10.— The fnneral of John H. Stokes, who wns killed with his employer, Austin Corbin, at Newport, N. H., last week, took place hero. Annual Ltwo Fata« 'Tie Junior Boudof the HomeopMhlo Hotpltsl Is holdln g Its innuol liws fete on the grounds of Lindley C Kent, No. UU Van Br.ren street this afternoon. A Harvard S;»ul«nt Shot. Boston, .lune 10.— A monterions shoot ing ctwe. In wblflh n Harvard student wos Ihn vlrllffl, took place hero. Student r8h into the Cambridge rnnnunl training sclioal with tko Information that lurorao Kmil Grosbof Toledo, O., u stu dent at the Lawrence scientific school, had «hot hlmtelf. An ambulance was qulokljr on the spot, and the Injured man was taken to tbs Cambridge hospital, whore he lies In a critical condition, known whether the shooting was acci dental or done with suicidal Intont. To Bring Explorer Jackson Home. ÖrAVKsknd, England, Juno 10.—Tho arctlo steumcr Windward has left here for Frnnz Jcsof Land In order to bring home tho Jnokson Harmswnrth polar ex pedition. The Windward tnkes a budget of letters for.Ilr. Nansen and stores for tho expedition. Hho will call at Arohangei for Russian ponies nud has undergone complete repnlrs since her terrible experi ence In the ice pack on her voyage back to England last autumn. Gnltlvrln Smith a Winner. Toronto. Jrgie 10. conbrldgeof the Ontario high court of jus tlce has resigned his seat In tho senate of the University of Toftmto owing to the de cision of the senate to confer tho honorary degree of LL. D. on Profossor Goldwln Smith. Whoa such n decision was resolved on unanimously, Justice FnloonlTIdge writes that lie has concluded that the sen ate Is not the pkite for Hien loyal to the British flag. New CofT-e I'lltnting Company. St. Louts, June 111.—The Mexican Co* fre Trading nnd Plant In« company of New York, with a capital stock of $400, OOU, bus been Incorporated under tho laws of Missouri for tho purposo of starting» large coffee plantation In Mcxloo und planting 1,MU,000 cwffoe trees. Shot by Kx-Prcsideurt Tyler's Son. Richmond, June 10.—It. F. Tyler, a sob of the late President .lohn Tyler, was a prisoner In the police cgurt here, charged with shooting with Intent to kill .laok Carr, a young nogro. Mr. Tyler Is a dairy man, residing near tho city, the assistance of another person who was in a difficulty with Carr and says the shooting was In self defense. Tho case of tho accused was sent to the grand jury, and Mr. Tyler was roleascd on bail. Aged Wont« JiKW York, .lune 10.—Mrs. Alary L. Krlzel, TO yours old. was found dead In bod in the Episcopal Home for Aged Women in this city. When the suporin tendent of the Institution, Mrs. Fisher, wont to call her, she was found dead. Tho room was full of gas, and one gas burner was open. side by «Ida It Is supposed that the woman accidentally turned on one In turning off the other. A fellow It is not Hon. W. G. Fal Ho wont to Killed by Gas. As there wero two burners Kitted by a Trolley Car. Nkw Havkn, June Id—Frank Gansby of Westvlllo, an An ploy on In tbe offices o* the Consolidated Railroad company, was Instnntly killed by a trolley «nr at the corner of Orolmrd street and Whalley avenue. In attempting to cross the tracks on Ills bicycle ho was thrown from his wheel directly In front of tho onr. It required 25 minutes to extrlonte the body. H. Truffle on the Canal«. ALBANY, Juno 10. —Tha Increase of traffio on the eanals this year over last Is beooming more evident as the season progresses. During tbe first weak In June the tonnage uinouDtoii to 137,599 tons, whloh is 33| ;l per cout greater than the tonnage for the same period InBt yoar. Weather Forecast. Fair weather; slightly oooler; north westerly winds. mm o * TVVmcu get ploni»- of sympathyaafter they ore dead. Tom Hood made a very pathetic picture in his " Bridge of Sighs," but the probabilities are that tke woman needed Sympathy a «treat deal more before she died than she did afterwards. Thousands of va incu are enduring much v.-orsr tilings than death. The most distressing thing about it all is that k is needless. Uterine troubles arc considered well-nigh incurable. Women seem to think that they must go on bearing these things foreiVr. To be sure, Some of them make an effort to get well by going to their physicians, but thou sands are deterred from this, both because tin >• have seen that it wap not likely to do much good, and titcause Grey knew that the first thing the physician would insist upon would be the examinations and local treat ment so justly abhorrent to every modest woman. These things are generally as un necessary as they are distasteful. 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There is no case so severe that these two great medicines will not cure .it. Thousands of women havo| frequently testified to this (act. It Drink HIRES Rootbecr when you're hot ; when you're thirsty ; ivhen cullers At any and all limes come. drink HIRES Rootbecr. ' WIN*«* *Mi»Y Hv Th* Thsil**« (V niilMtOflrtrf». A '.'.«e. i-tolUe® luakod % .**Uou«. Soil •««; wluro. Removed DR. G. F.THEEL 604 lo North Sîxth St.. Philadelphia "Gtor.nl,„.Car,.'* Va Th« »fl V Qt rm!i C *B<1 Old "«t SpsaUJiFtll . y ifhi*. with € » t-'iirvpran piwl Year«* PraotU-ul LxperloHo«, ■fv MB IMplomu I ■nun. IlMMII» I'OIMO.V ■4 HkiN kn.r-\iu ft: aj yV Lw*# OK HOW KK. /*•* isaii/riijf Cwrrd m 4 ft 10 Pupt. Varlc-v^l* oôtle. !,o*t Manhood, *\c. *1 rtmnin.i i.v mail. Stad l arffra 1? alVJair Truii.M Infor Lh*4r R.k.Im «ni Giro». »«(. and Bai Kt*«., ß to wrlU) or «all of njMrr .It« 3 Uou at»1 r XroaiNO 4|( Ukl, tarn. Hour* : 9 to 8' Kt«$. 6 to 9; V. 10; 8u».,9 to 11; Istk« .0 toS. Wh«oj lion I Lit Board and lodging if Aaalrcd. PENNES AND SHALL CHANGE CAl, BS BAD ATjTUK COCNT1NU ROOU> Ol um ^ 0 Yj 'X, m You will find ono coupon Inside each two ounce hag and t wo coupons Inside each fcmronucobagof Blackwell's Durham. Buy a bng of this celebrated tobacco and road the coppon—which gives a Use of valuable presents and how to get them. IK li fitejj NOTHING BUT THE ' genuine jljljf. jiff JrÿaitH-iiif 1 ft' 1. sD» hAM » i FORCED SALE —OF r Carpets 'I Extraordinary Prices. * One's misfortune is another's pain is once more demon - strated in one of the greatest sales of Carpets we have ever ( One of the best-known wholesale firms of 1 inaugurated. carpetings concluded at the eleventh hour to discontinue bus~l| The time set for the disposal of the immense stock on| hand was limited and made it imperative to resort to that ' great mover of all things—Sacrifice of Prices—and to suchfj an extent that we are enabled to dispose of them at retail" below the wholesale prices. EXTRA SUPER ALL-WOOL INGRAINS* for an illustration .to-day. 33 Cents. LOWELL EXTRA SUPER all-wools, the best madejl and usually sold at 75c* now 42 Cents. Extra Supers, part cotton, usual price 50c, now 30c. Others according to quality and weight at 25c and i2j^c, that have been 45c One hundred and sixty-eight patterns to select fromi| forming the greatest assortment of Ingrain Carpets we have^i ever shown. Ji • Best quality 10-wirc Tapestry Brussels, 50c; usually sola} at 75c. . Jj See them and take advantage of the grand saving 1 iness. prices. i Another lot of those 75c and 90c Porch Rockefs now 1 here. Sixth and Tatnall Streets. BAKK IWQ *NI> ri NAWOIAI. _ ~~For Steamship Tickets To ENGLAND. IRELAND and SCOTLAND by White Star Ltae and American Line, also a rafts and money orders, »pply to H. L. EVANS & CO., BANKERS AND BROKERS, E'elithand Market Streets. . _ Artisans'Sayings Bank, NO. 502 MARKET 8TREET, Wilmington, Del, Open dolly Rvm 9 o'clock a. m. until! n. m. «*810.938 11 *;5».11o 35 $1117,103 42 iDtewstnllorved on deposits of mo ey for one or more calendar months at the rale of 4 per e-nt. per annum. Monty loa id ou mortgages ou real estate. A.*«t», . l)r|Mi.lt«, , Snrpluf, . J AUGUSTUS McOAULLEY. Prrfldent. T ALLEN HILLES. vice-FiesIduct. E. T. TAYLOR. Her 'y and 'i reas JOSEPH M MATHER, Auditor. May 1 1895. NORTON & WORTHINGTON Chicago No. 3 Chicago Board of Trade. Execute Orders for the Purchase or Sale of CRAIN, PORK, LARD, RIBS, SEEDS, ETC., FOR CASH OR FOR FUTURE DELIVERY. Correspondence Invited, Brokers FOR PABNT MILWAUKEE BEER, DONAHOE, 01 » Bottl»», Orange 8t. Sole Agent. Better Look Over Your Wardrobe ■ and Fee If there are not some garmen which. If properly Cleaned and Dyed, —-■will-be good rm Bew. ». F. BORNOT, 718 Mattel St.] Established 1886 JOHN CICERI, HaccaroniMVermiceU WORKS. ALSO WHOLESALE DEALER IN WINES AND L1QD0B3 Nos. 519 and B2I Tainall St. TELEPHONE No. »184 WINES. Claret, per gallon. 75c; per quart, tr, ztnfonum, per gt-llen, $1 (10; per quart. Port, per gal op. $1 50; iwr quart, 6Up. Sherry, per gallon, $1 fr-; per quart, 50c. Canadian Sherry, per gallon. }I 50; per ut, U Moecabel, Her gallon, $1 60; per quart, 60c. Angelica, per gallon, $1 6 ; per quart. 50c. Madeira. i>er g»l on, $1 60: per quart, 60c. Catawba, per gallon, $160; per quart, 60c. ) Marsala, per gallon, $l 60t per quart, 5Uc. | Impt. Champagor, per tit , $2 6(*. Iioroeel Ic Champagne, pint pottl-, Chlnntl, per bottle.50c. Bfr. her. ÇP«« LlQtiORs. No." 1 Monogram, per gallon, $400: per qt. $1 No. 2 Monogram, per gallon, 1 3 00; per qt. W Gran Pap, per imikm, *2 90; jwr quarL75c. imperial, per gallon, $1 50: Per quart, 60c Jamaica hum, i*r gallon, («KC, per quart, u French Cognac, per gallon, $3 00; per qt. 76 Vermouth, per ease, $6 50; pet bottle, ,6c. Imported Cordials of all kinds at low prl« NOTICE TO GROCERS. Rest Maccaront, la packages, «C per lb. I 26 lbe. box. . „ , _ „ Best Maccaronl, loose, 6c per lb., tn » H t»x. Green Olive«. The per gallon. I HO <B, $13.