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VOL. XLIV. WO. 278. EOCS ISLAND, ILL., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1896. " PRICE THREE CEITT8
15KJ I5LO WAT PARIS
French Metropolis Hat a Cy.
A KUJIEEB OF PIE30K3 WOTODID.
nm af Whom It arm ItUd anil Other Ar.'
In rrlmi Cad it Ion A ftn.ru Hie a
Into tha Krlaa oir Hrld Laaadr;
final Alna with Thirty Women aa
Host, but all Arm tcad Much Dam-
aga Iiwaa la la II 7.
I'nr1, Si.pt 11. ThU clfy yntoMny hnd
a tint of a stylo f wmrher qnlto prrva-l'-nt
In tho wrirn United ."'tntr, but
wM-h in Pari I. titjt mro a cyclon'.o
wiml storm. A (food diril of d.inuiirf wn
Inip In tho city. 1 ha irivutc.t , l-ina;nt
ttui I'lilnln do Jinticu. All the window,
mt thi) Hun d Hiirli-jr aldn wrm smnnhed,
jiart tf the roof wa Mown wnr and tho
corridor, wim lilb-d with cloud of du.t
and lirnn hi of trjr: Tho court yard of
ITinppHIo wi. fll!d with every wrt
d lrK I'rtrW 1. much Ftlrnol up anil n
rlfrd orr-r f ho ryrliine, which wa frally a
ilirttir of roniil"mllu proportion. Tho
numlMT of minor raitaltti. and injuries
to person I. lurL'i mid further report
nro ron.t intly ln-i'iiir riwirrd. Urrr fifty
Injun-il hnvc thu. fir Im-n reported tonno
lira ntntion nlotir nnd flvo arriou.ly In
jured with lirniiitht In.
A iMi.rn IVrMin. Illuwa fata tha Seine.
N'Vit:'.! tiH'n and wnawn hnd their
kull. fr.wtnrril l,r thi' filling tj ionio
jr:itelhliii which they lind wnitfht nhrltcr
from t!i .foriu. A b drlvrr who had
t'tkrn ft i irv In III c:il nnd hW hnrst-s
were I. :11ml tn;rethiT, and the ruli tl;-iiml-Wlu'il.
Nine im ml rj i.f thu t:ilT of I.i
linnee wh.j wen? leaving tlio 'iriluin.il
ill' Coriuiivrrp whrn th nfi.rm miMi-nly
broke were; all ni'riously injured, one linv
Inrf 111. skull fra ttinil. At lrnt a dozen
per-nti With carried Itudily Into the Seine
from tin. I.nilrfi'. nnd from the hiiiim, nnd
were n- uril with print Uif!lMi!ty, nevenil
Mntf lnjureil und left in a rritk-:il ruiiilt
flow i that they hail to Ik? t iken to tho
li'Mplt.tU. '1 tin breuklnjr of the utorm wn.
nr. oniMtiln iy m.iny ili iiKin-itr.itioii. of
friiriit l y Individual and hy rrowd-t, tho
jmiilr i'f otii uprtvulm't to other. tli low-
rill ky nnd howiiti'f of the tempeAt
lining? tho air with llvliig delirlt, frighten
Imr tho crowd. In the aint'ta uut of m.lf
ciiitrol. Marh Itinnaga ton to l'rowrty.
Kvivliody Kturl.-d to run. vlrhoi.it
lion h regard ! i l; tin !. p( ruoi.nl .r
th r Ip.-. that ITiitht 1 otne In their
way, niul thvia nui aho'itlno; unA
i ' I'-aniiim t add t. tin- mirusi jh. Th"
I inuilte !! ri... rty w.t. wideia''1'"!
iiimI Kerloii i. The firnl tetnpe-4t of wind
which "il raot of the dairaj wax
t 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 : 1 1 1 y rilcrer . i .y tori Wjt.l cf
1 nil. ami llara nil over I'il. are
' I"l At I'llchy the rwiilnay af li
,N':itioi'll lolilovard Ftllidd.-d revel
5 ml. ni n r 'Mi.lt of the wh:'Ii?ii awoy
of II," rnndU-il, The onal do? 1'if. vraa
,dm it Ftrlklnc Bccne of ii"io!af.n.
tailldinra l l!nr dainair-d. tli!n-::i ovr
t'liiied nnd 11 II liHikinic 11. thou;;h Fnept
t'.v 11 torrent of ruhlii .iti. The -
loi.eorly U d".l ali.uit oii fiiimit -, tu t
In ii'Mltlnn t' th iliinia'. nlr-n-ly
meat ioti"d on.ilil'ruMe il.-.t ruction
una I'.iiii. on nnd nl.out the punt
N. lltT. the p. 11 e ilu fhatcl-t. the Oli.
f ivatolre. the Tour ft. J:'i.ii''. nnd
I Now llere In the Hi Itlll'iirhood.
N.rrnw l.wiae tf t.annitry Wamra.
Vrntii the .piii .t. Mi. ha. l ! bi'Tond
the I'ont Ncnf every tn-r wn. uprm'teil,
many Imrrfe. weri .1111k, and a nnmlicr of
niiiiill Null, wrre .wainpid. The crew, of
the Imriri'., however. mieeo.diil In e.np
l"tf. One of tho laundry lKnt.4 of the
rv.ne, where thirty liundrcn-. were at
wcr, Win nitnk, and the women wvro
ftiv.il with the rrinte.t ilitlliiilty. Tho
'-ilToMin of the omirt yard of the -'ainta
t'li.iH lle wit. Id iwn awa. All tlie urn
riiiiiw. .truck hy the ryelono were up-t
nt"l tha-lr tvnwnirer. were more or less in
WILL III: M.II.KIL lt:TII4.
Ih-srrlptlnn af the Mnnn Tnllle. with tha
Uetnry Trrrnr of Till, t niiiilrr.
The prefecture of lollci h;u Is.mtl a
Xatenient thut only one person han liern
killed In theryelone. Thi. nniler.tai'. tho
aie. A larrfe Ward In the Hotel l):eu if
full of the victim., two of whom died last
til.rht and reveral there nnd In the other
holiil.il urn In a tirerarluun ronditl.m.
Itl.n rurmii. fact th.,t the evil ehief
ly nlTwi tcil the .mail nre lyinf nruiind
til . I'n 1. 11. do JtiNtire and Motel d ' Vlllc.
'I hi evelone npiH-nred to In- c.m. -f ,T tn
wronvf fiimiiti Inni the nurih-.v, . t and
Miilh'.it Tin, rloiid. ru.lied to.tSer
and a lurliil around a. t!ie.- m t j.i,t
over th'. an'it. HiereMa. no th unierl
'I lie Kir niieter In the T ur .: Jaci:ue
fell .ud l. nly .er'H iniluiiieirc.
A ii:e v.l., r of tae .'all of I Tetnn. thr.a
i'.i ril e the pertici at the m one: t
when I he -firm liroke: "Krotn the n-ind-
I'U.on which t wa. rtdintr I inulil wn
down the m i d dc. tlrfevrc. and llu qur.t
lie. lir iml-i-AilrfiiHtiil.. 1 audileiily mw
what aj'ii'ared to h- a till pillar of uniokr
advancing from a ili-tamr. 1 tnncincd
th.it a I n.v tlr. hnd liroken our, hut al
Hum' ilin-cily I nw th:1 tree were hcimt
. aiiappml nnd coiintle.. rhimner. hurled
I 1 thp itrmiml lint nlmim in.tantly the
'"fill palnway. NVe were not tnuehml,
I'll th' cjiiai. wero Inipn.hlf nnd 1
.ne i t inilccrilvldeeon(u Uon followed."
A 1110114 the l.l wa. a wcll-dnr"cd
m m. i p in rtlr an Knsli.hman. Numcr
011. ii. w.ci;k r klik. wero overturned and
tho Inmate, injured. The roof of the
tlper.t 'omliiie wa. Mown down. Tho
Anil'l.-ii t'omnpio and tho I'iMle Drama
tuiue. the,itn. were both damagrod. Twen
ty n m h. r were killed. Klpht lirer
h.oi- were worked. Tho ttonu wat pre
n.liil hy larkne and by an oppmwlTa
oiiltrim. there w.i. not tho alinhtent
illuhamv la tho (.hamps llyaae. tho
.Madeline, the Arcde Triumph and tho
imurw d:trU t hey.,,,,1 , ran
Tho uprrtitioa are Dndlnar much to
dwoll ntxn In thi- f.i. t that MUJlo. Conro
lon. tho lf atyled Zere who claim to
bo In.pired by tho Anm-1 Gabriel, and who
ha been the talk of i'ari.oo account of her
oiippord (lift.pMphery for many month,
predicted a torm ueh a thi laat July.
Mdlle. IVnrwloa ha many followrra who
ar devout believer to her rift. On of
her pmpbaric 1 that universal war will
com within a year. rnulUog In tha da
atruction ot ijurland power a nd accom
MPiaU.htJaV07PlAUua i iKl7.- V.
BRYAN ALL RIGHT THERE.
T.ta I'nptlt.t. ataud Kj film After All
Olber tat Now
IAI.LAS, Tel., Sept. 11. The pop
ulist tat executive committee ad
journed lati last nifrht, after adopt,
intr a resolution recognizing Bryan
ami WaUnn, and tlenyin; the pub
lisheJ charge of a ileal lietween the
republicans and populist to carry
the state cllicers fur tho latter and
tie state far McKinley.
Th llmnr Conforonca.
Df.svkk, Sept. 11. Tho conference
committee of silver republicans,
democrats, national silverites and
popu.iat.i, after being in session a':l
day and nearly ail night, adjourned
at 1 :30 this morning till 9. The con
test was on the governorship, the re
publicans democrats and populUt
all refusing to concede it. Shortly
after midnight the popu'ist commit-
111. wa. i.rnetieallir withilrawn iiv iIia
. : ... 11 1.1 "
conveniiuu at a ui-uiu.
Had talluraat Cluclnnatl.
Cis inn ATI. Sept. 11. I'carce, At
kins & Co , and lleury 1'earce, Sons
Ac ('., owners of the Franklin Cotton
mills an'l extensive dealers in cotton,
failed today. Their assets are ttO.
000, with liabilities of 1G3.000. The
eiou.se for the failure is blow collec
tions and dull business of the firm of
which then' are the outgrowth. The
tirm was established in 117.
Nenator Palmer Off for toulavllle.
S11tiMiUKl.il, Sept. 11. Senate r
Palmer left thin morning for Louis
ville, Ky., where tomorrow he and
ien. lluckncr will be notified of their
nominations by the gold standard
natior.nl democratic party.
Irnmluiit Dlvlna Dloa.
CnnAit Kai'iih. Ia.. Sept. 11. Dr.
James Mariliall. president of the Coe
college, of thi. city, and a prominent
educator and I'ri'sby terian divine,
died this morning of pneumonia
after a brief Illness.
Two Men Killed by aa Kiplmlnn.
O'oi n;stown. Sept. 11. An ex
pffHiun of powder at the mills of the
OtU') I'owder com puny thi morning
re Hed in the death of two men.
Th N'tit V. I'. H.r. t.. Contaitlnn.
liixrov, Sept. 11. The next in
ternational Christian Kndetvor con
vention will tie held at San Francisco
Jnlv 7 12 next.
Another New Orlean ll.nk Snapendn.
Nkw Oui.kans, Sept. 11. The
Bank of Commerce, a state institu
tion, failed to r pi'n its doors this
MORTON'S tTIVATk, Or THE CROPS
t urn I. Aliunilant anil Average. IliKtl
W heat Not to.l.noil.
V.'n-t:iii.t..n. Sept .11 Th" f-'optpm-
li-f report of ih !t.Ttiyti( ian of the di-
l'.'.i Ii:r in of agriculture yhov.s a rt-
1 line In tho condition of urn from the
A uplift elatement of live points, or
from M per rent. In AiiKiiFt to 'Jl in
Hcpleinb'T. The aver.ien in the prin-i-ipal
earn growing Htatea are: Ken
lucky. !;:: dhio. 101 : MidiiKan. mi: In
diana, lml; Iilinoix. inn; Iowa. 10::; Mis-
aourl. v."': Knnsa.s. s;t; Nebraska. 1(-1-
Althniith there lias been a fulling off
In condition in Mune states, particular
ly in Kansas and Nebraska, tin? crop
this year ptoir.iscs to be a larse one.
The eetu ral condition of vvhiNit, consiil-
erintt both winter nnd sprinir varieties
when harve.teil, was 71 it, against Ta. tin
ls'.i.i and Hi 7 in 1I4. The reported con
dition, for the principal wheat state are
a follow.: Ohio, f.i; Michigan. To; Indi-
nnn, lllitioi.. 77; Wisconsin. 7'); Mill
teotit.'V: Iowa. M; Missjiiri, 7.": Knnsa.
To; Xehr.isku-'iT; South Dakota. 7ii; North
Dakota.i 1 -VSjifornia, M l; llroprn. S;
Wa.hintrtoor '&t Kast of the Hueky
mountniii. co.Jidaints of both quality and
quantiVr of.'-thO wheat crop arts almost
1 he KufoiNftn. np'iit of tho department
report a iteftrar rrtluclion from earlier
e.rinintca of the wheat crop owinir to un
favoralileVeather. which wa. particularly
bad at h.irve.t time in central Europe,
I hnurh fairly piHid westward. The qual
ity of tho urain is reporteil liish. Uat
and barley will bo short. The corn crop
lu tho suiitbern peninsula. is looking well,
rnimned' bv I lie lee Cimmm.
U Moines, Sept. Jl.-Ata wedding at
llonUnrmr. a small town near De
M 'lnes. twan'J five H-rson were poisoned
by lev creaiu which was purchased in this
city None of Uicae have so far proved
. Another titration at Havana.
lUvana. js-pt ll.-Lul. Payrol Mar
tltic a tuetnU-r of an expedition landed
by the steamer Three Friends, was exe
cuted ve.;enlay. JIartinez wa. a n. phevr
til tue tfiveaJ Spanish General Golnn.
lla. llren Mlln froia tnrle Sam.
IX-tmit. S..pt. 1 1. Charles V. Brrm
ca.hUrof the lh-roit custom house, "wai
taken Into custody ye-tenbiy afternoon
charirvd with emlv7lement of poverr.
fiienaiiiney. Hi. shoring?, to which h
coufevm. I about f VOxx
tetter arrlrr. for t iv.l Vrvire Iteform.
Orand Kipid. Micn s.Dt. 11. The
I f carrier iuuiou.,1 eonvrnii in yesterday
a'J.jnt.nV ri?Solutiftn. si r. in .! v In.l .
.. - - 'uu.lIJ
tho civil service rule and asking that the
iu' i.t ss.cm v.- iim-u wniTcver practicable.
li.'V. Charles JJ Mu.irt ha. resiKnrd
fruuihe e.lilo.-UiI staflt of the Northwest
ern Christian AdvocnUMl'hicairo) to ac
cv-pt the chairvf ue'red rhetoric in Garrett
Jldiiir.il institute. il i succeeded on Uut
lacr Ly iiiii l). 1 immiwin.
Women who ate weak and nervous,
who have co appetite and cannot
sleep, find- strength and ricor in
GENTRY THE KING.
The Great Stallion Takes the
First of Three Races.
EQUALS THE EECOBD 01 EOBEBT J.
Doe a Mile In 8:01 1-? Average Time
of the Race Not Quito Cp to Joha R.'
Feat at Fleetwood tast Week, bnt Only
Quarter of a Second Slower HatJ
Pointer Prove a Worthy Competitor
and All Three Kace Aro Close.
Glens Falls, X. V., Sept, 11. The first
of tho series of three races between tho
preat pacing stallions, John It. Gentry
(.2:113' ;) and Star Pointer (:.':01U) for a
purse of ftf .out), with fioO added by tho as
sociation should tho track record of 2:03
be beaten, took place yesterday in tho
peerless mile track of the northern New
York Trotting Horse Breeders' associa
tion at Glens Fall. Last week at Fleet
woi.l John It. Gentry lowered the colors of
Holicrt J., Frank A (fan and Star Pointer,
winning the most remarkable harness
race on record, pneintr the fastest three
consecutive miles known. Yesterday the
same handsome stallion equalled the
world's record made by Uoliert J. nt
Terre Haute two years ago, point; a mile
and winninjr tho heat by almost a full
length in 2:iil'i- The average time of
the three heats of yesterday's race was
jut one-quarter of a second slower than
the world's record tnado at Fleetwood
Itoth Horses Given Ovations.
This match brought out upwards of
people. The horses were in the pink
f condition nnd looked right to make the
r ice of their lives. Shortly lief ore S:;K tho
lirst h-at of tho big event was called.
Gentry cune first on tho track and re
ceived an ovation as he passed the grand
stand. Star Pointer followed quickly and
was equally well received. The pools were
selliniT 1 to 2 on John H. Gentry nnd 6 too
on Star Pointer. Xhey closed at S to 2 on
Gentry. I hey were given the word on tho
second scored Star Pointer had tho pole.
They started very level and held the posi
tion from the wire to the half mile polo,
with Gentry at Star Pointer's sadkle. An
drew s let oi:t a loop, aud Gentry closed up
the dist.-iac?, but a moment latr went
back to Pointer's seat.
(lentry Win. in a Hot Drive.
As they sped around into tho homo
stretc h the stallions were as if iu ono har
ness. Then with a furious drive tho
Fleetwood record-holder pushed his nose
i.head and won the heat in 2:03?.;. Tho
second bent was called at 4 o'clock. At
that time quite a breeze was blowing and
this seemed to dampen all hopes of a rec
ord breaking ierformance. The horses
were given tho word on the first score,
nnd n more magnificent r.ico was never
witnes-ii-d. They went as one horse to tho
fivo-elghth pole, when Star Pointer, who
was on tho outside, straining with every
muscle managed to show his head in
Iturst That Won the Record.
Iuto the stretch they came and as An
drews shook up his horse John K. Gentry,
by a wonderful burst of speed, flew past
hi. rival, passing tinder the wire a full
lenrlh in Iront, with the world's nord
to hi account of 2:01.' J. K very person in
the vast assiMnlilago went wild with en
thusiasm, for It seemed even lieforo tho
tiim? was posted that a record had gono
down. After such a wonderful jicrfonn-
r.nce the third heat proved somewhat of
a disappointment, 'ihny got off in the
nrst score .-.ml after traveling tho lirst
heat neck and nock Star Pointer went
back to Gentry's wheel. He closed again
in the stretch, when Andrews again mado
his drive and Gentry took tho third heat
BOB CHALLENGES POMPADOUR JIM.
The Latter Say. It I. liluflr, but Accepts II
New "fork. Sept. 11. Hubert Fitz
Fiiiimons. the pugilist, and Martin
Julian, bis niana:;-r, pave a dinner last
evening at which James J. Corbett was
challenged by Pitzsinimons. Dave Hol
land was made temporary stake holder,
and Sj.000 Torfeit was placed in his
bands. It is to remain up for thirty
days. Fitzsimmons proposes that the
tiuht be to a finish for $5,000 or $10,000 a
side, and the largest purse offered. He
proposes that it take place before or
nlttr the C'orbetl-Sharkey fiht, or in
tho same rinc or ot any place within a
reasonable tin, after that tight.
When Coil.ett wa.; notified last night
ut Aslmry Park i.f F iirimraons' chal-1-nge
he si.nply laii;?.e'l and said:
Kitzsimmons is hltitrir.g again. I
chased him nearly two years to get
him to tight. Now that I am to fight
Sharkey he issues a ehallenge. I am
gome to accpt it; I d. accept it. I will
fKi't hlr.t twenty aiinutes after Shar
key leaves the ring. I am positive,
however, that Fitzsimmons will never
enter the ring with me. He has re
fused so many proposition' from me
that ;t show he does not want to fight
me and Is only bluffiing. His bluff is
ItfirrULlCANS Ol .Mll.VTASa.
Come Near Itreaklng J'p B a Row Over
the Silver Question.
Helena. Mmt.. Sept. The afternoon
session of the Republican state con
vention was a most stormy one, and at
one time it looked as though the gold
men would walk out of the hall. Dur
ing the s.oech made by Col. Sanders
the leader of the gold men started to
leave the hall, but he was persuaded to
remain. During his speech, w hich was
very caustic and sarcastic and was fre
frequently interrupted with cheers and
hisses, the wildest confusion prevailed.
The trouble arose over the report of
the committee on permanent organiza
tion. At 11 o'clock the convention named
the following ticket: For governor. Al
exander C. Hotkin : lieutenant governor.
P. R. Dolman; secretary of state. Louis
liotwitt; treasurer, W. G. Webster:
auditor, A. L. Love: superintendent of
Public instruction. J. B. Hendrix; at
torney general. S. G. Murray; asso
ciate Justice. S. O. Grubb. The silver
men then withdrew to allow the gold
men to adopt a platform and nominate
congressmen and McKinley electors.
The invention of the typewriter has
liven employment to 500,000 women.
SONS OF VETERANS ADJOURN
Rake, of Pennsylvania, Kleet??d Commas
fler la-Chiefaa Predicted.
Louisville, Sept. 11. The fifteenth
national encampment of the. Sons of
Veterans adjourned sine die at 1:30
o'clock yesterday afternoon rfter elect
ing Colonel James Rake commander-in-chief.
This w as sooner than ex
pected, as is was thought that the work
would not be finished until today. The
last business was the installation of
off.cers elected. Many delegates re
maned in the city at night to enjoy the
trolley party and reception at Fountain
Ferry, but most of them left by this
morning. After the adjournment Com
mander Rake held an informal recep
tion in his rooms at the Gait House. A
large number of comrades called to
tender their congratulations. Commander-in-Chief
Rake has announced the
names of two members of his staff.
They are H. A. Hamer, of Reading,
Pa., to be adjutant general, and A. B.
Spink, of Providence, to be inspector
general. The remaining members of
the staff will be appointed today.
The offices yet to be filk-d are surgeon
general, chaplain and chief mustering
Scores at the National Game.
Chicago, Sept., 11. Scores made by
League clubs yesterday at base ball were:
At Louisville Cincinnati 2. Louisville 3;
at. Pittsburg Chicago 2. Pittsburg 0; nt
Washington Philadelphia 4. Washington
6; nt Baltimore Brooklyn 5, Baltimore
14; at Cleveland St. Louis 2, Cleveland
5; at. New York Boston 3. New York 13.
Western League: At Detroit Milwau
kee, 4, Detroit 1 1.
Fatal Train Wreck in Mississippi.
Guntown, Sept. 11. A southbound
freight train on the Mobile and Ohio rail
road jumped the track hero yesterday,
completely demol.shing ixteen car loaded
with iiierclmndiM. Charles S-.ott, a
painter, of Louisville, Ky., was instantly
killed nnd E. B. Hultz. of Norfolk, Vu.,
A New York city bank messenger was
held up ami robbed of fi.OOO In cash and
f3,i.W in checks.
The Superior, Wis., property of James
Stinson, of Chicago, has been attached in
proceedings to recover a note for f?135,000.
Kx-SFenker Crisp, the d stinguished
Georgia statesman, has broken down and
will iiot enter the campaign again this
A mad do- in II listed stre?t, Chicago,
drove people up telegraph poles, on fences
and other places. It was killed by police
men. Defalcation, amounting to $jOO,0J0 are
declared to be responsible for the closing
of the Union National hank at New Or
leans. Sixteen Greek officers have been con
demned to death for takfig part in tho
Cretan rebellion, nnd a number of others
are under trial.
F.x-Representative Frederick Miles lie?
critically ill at his residence at Twin
Lakes. LaUcville. Conu. His death is ex
pected at any time.
The steamer Luur:u!:i, which sailed from
Philadelphia for Cuba on Aug. with a
cargo of war material for the insurgents,
has dropix d anchor off U-edy island.
The presdential candidate of the gold
standard Democrats. General John M.
Palmer, will not make a southern tour
next week. Legal business prevents him.
Godfrey Johnson was held to the crimi
nal court at Chicago for fl-ecing John
Rjttenhurg, a salVm keeper, oat of fs7.
Johnson patented a whistle which was to
sing 'McKinley," but it didn't.
The Candee company, manufacturers at
New Haven of rubber shoes, and ono of
tUe largest members of tho United St ites
Rubber company, has resumed operations
Vi nearly all of the departments.
Prosecutions will bo-iustituted against
several seniors in the Kockford, Ills., high
schaol who ducked William Kraft,"a
frusnan.-.n, whilo engaged in hazing him.
Young Kraft is seriously ill as a result cf
his rough usage.
The sum of rM,04) subscribed by mem
bers of the Ancient Order of Hibernians
for the endowment of a Celtic chair in the
Roman Catholic university at Washing
ton will be received by the directors of tho
university Oct. 21.
Tho Mutual National bank, C24-6C6
Canal street, New Orleans, has closed its
doors. Henry Maspem. president: James
J. Tarleton, cashier. Tho liank is said to
have sufficient securities to liquidate its
Fire at Chicago di si royed one-half tho
plant cf the McGuire .M.uiiif.tcturiugcom
pany, U'7-135 North Sangamon street,
maKcrs of electric car-trucks. The lass on
stock and building will reacih 5.30,000, fully
covered bv insurance. i
To Cora a Cold In One Oay
Take laxative Dromo Quinine Tab
lets All druaijists refund the
monevf it fails to core. 25 cents.
BosnEi.li.' Hi., Aa. It. 1895.
; "I am subject to cramps and colic.
andJiavo used tnanv remedies, but
lind Foley's Colic rjure boats them
V. L Yka rs."
Sold hy M. F. Bahesen.
A cream of tartar bating nuhi
of all la leavening strength Latest United
Statu Government Food Report.
Hot ax Bakim Fowdkb Co, Sew Tobx Cut
Is now ready to show you the
LATEST - AND - BEST - STYLES
You get the
We sell :he Best Lines
We make the Lowest
Prices in the three cities.
THESE ARE FACTS
It's a pleasure to trade
It's profitable to trade
HAVE YOU EVER TRIED
TRY UiS NOW.
& Carpet Co.,
324. S26, S'2H Brady St,
POR MEN AND
best made goods for the least
Old age can be attained by the proper use of In
vigorating tonics. The Rock Island Brewing Go's
products are all the results of scientific labor and
the most improved apparatus, preserving in the
highest degree the health giving qualities of the
BOTTLED GOODS A SPECIALTY.
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