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THIS ARGUS, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUABT 17. 1897.
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LEGISLATURE OF ILLINOIS.
affoeasdinff of tho Two Ifoatra That Make
Pralria Stat. Law.
Bprlrifffleld, Keb. 17. Governor Tan
Ber yesterday sent to the senate the
names of James Mitchell, of Marlon;
Bam u el Hastings, of Cairo, and L. Krus
hoff, of Kaahville, for trustees of the
Anna Insane hospital. The last named
ia to succeeded Scott Matthews, "who
does not possess the kind of ability,"
etc. The nominations were confirmed.
Bills were passed compelling corpora
tions to pay defendants' costs In cases
Where they do not take the property
condemned by right of eminent domain,
and Dwyer's garbage bill for cities of
100,000 population and over. The bill
authorizing the governor to borrow
1260,000 was debated without action. A
Bomber of bills were introduced.
The bill to authorise the borrowing
ef $220,000 by the governor came up in
the house and was amended to make
the loan certificates of Indebtedness in
stead of tmnds and then ordered to third
reading. The house appropriations com
mittee has ordered a favorable report
on the bill appropriating 120,000 for the
participation of Illinois in the Tennessee
Centennial exposition. At a joint con
ference of the Republican members of
the house and senate committees on
Judicial apportionment It was unan
imously decided that the state be re
apportioned outside of Conk county.
The Grand Army won a decided vic
tory In the house committee on appro
priations when, without a dissenting
ote, the bill appropriating $31,000 for
the furnishing of the soldiers' and
sailors' memorial hall in the Chicago
Public Library building was ordered re
ported to the house with the recom
mendation that It be passed.
Thnga Knltr the tVeatarn Metropolis.
Chicago, Feb. 17. Thugs were more
than usually active in Chicago last
night, their operations being as bold at
they were successful. Klght men were
held tip and robbed In different portion!
of the city and although descriptions ot
the assailants have been furnished in
several cases no arrests have as yet
teen made by the police.
Vhl Will Not llrtnra to Orand Rapid.
Grand Itnplds, Mich., Feb. 17. Friendi
f the family of Kdwln F. IThl, ambas
sador to Germnry. state that Uhl will
not return to his home In this city, but
will settle In New York and enter a law
partnership of which President Cleve
land will be a mcmlier.
The Illinois state auditor has Issued a
call for a statement of the condition of
state banks at the commencement ot
business the morning of Feb. 13, 1S96.
Mrs. I. N. Wairnoner died nt her
home near Hamilton, Ills., aged 87 years.
Her husband was fine of the earliest
pilots on the Mississippi rlver.and was
captain o fa kecllioat propelled by poles
and sails before the days of steamers.
President Tarsons, of the State Nor
mal school at Trrre Haute, Ind.. ex
pelled there, students, one of them a
senior, and suspended two others on the
charge of gambling and drinking. They
were playing cards and drinking beer
In their room.
Mrs. Hulda New. aged 84 years, died
near Columbus, Ind. She was a cousin
of John C. New, of Indianapolis.
A letter received by an ollklal at
Panama from I -a I'az, Tiollvla, states
that the Itolivtan congress will declare
war upon Peru.
The liuralan government has decided
to transform its artillery . armament.
nd toadopt the new quick-tiring French
cannon, at a cost of 40,000.000.
Frank Frlnk and George Peyton were
overcome by gas at Centr-rvllle, Ind.,
while repairing a crude oil tank belong
ing to the gas works. Their recovery is
Since last Thursday three feet of snow
has fallen In' the Cascade mountains.
Increasing ths ii.-;r.-ge depth of snow
on both sides of the northern Pacific
tunnel to eleven feet.
Twenty-seven society young women of
Rock ford. Ills., will give a genuine
burnt-cork minstrel show in the opera
house Feb. 18 and 19.
The annual meeting of the Lumbar
Manufacturers' association, of the north
west, has been called and will be held in
Tacoma, Feb. 14.
The doors of the Merchants' National
bank at Jacksonville.. Fla.. have closed.
J. It. Marvin is president, and H. T.
Baya, cashier. ; ,
liKOLDTELT GDllilTEED SZZZZttLEZZ!i 3
your abara of t'lvi.uuu in prearuta.
MAJOR M'KINLEY STILL IN BED.
His Doctor Says He It Better, However
Warner Miller Calls.
Canton, O.. Feb. 17. Phillips, the at
tending physician of the president-elect,
said: "Major McKinley is better today,
but Is still unable to see any visitors.
He must remain auiet for several dan
and may not be able to r;o to Cleveland
ouiii trie tatter part or the week. He is
still In bed, but the rest he has received
during the past two days has been very
Among the callers of prominence v.-as
Warner Miller, of Buffalo. He ar
rived here from the east and drove
directly to the McKinley home. As soon
as he learned that the major was too
ill to see visitors he expressed regret at
the president-elect's nine". find Vtnnarl
for his speedy recovery. Mr. Miller said
nis mission w.is not entirely a political
one, but that something would have
doubtless been said concerning the pol
itical situation in the Empire State.
Seizure ora Railway Company's Property.
Marquette. Mich.. Feb. 17. Three
thousand tons of coal and other person
al property of the Chicago and North
western Railway company was seized
at Negaunee and Ishpeming yesterday
in execution of a judgment In favor of
the townships of Oneota and Au Train,
Alger county, for state, county and
township taxes on pine lands owned by
the railroad company.
Two Miacreanta to Hang March SO.
Frankfort. Ky., Feb. 17. The gover
nor has fixed Saturday, March 20, for
the execution of both Jackson and Wall
ing. An effort v.as madj to haveseparate
days for the executions. Walling to fol
low Jackson, so that the latter could
confess if he wanted to save Walling,
but the governor declined to put the
state to the extra expense.
New York Financial.
Nkw York, Feb. IB.
Money on call iiomiudlr Hiti per cent.;
prime mercantile paper 3i',4 per cent,;
Merlins exrunnuo firm, with scroll bus
n-fu in bank. rs' hiU at 4xtfH7Jj for de
mand and 4ii4V4 for sixty days: posted
rote 4KYBl.s.ri!4 a id 4"44iW; commercial
United State government bonds Irregular;
now 4 a reiri-tur it. Uii; do. connons. liiUr
S' regisler.-d. li:ni: do coupon. !Ut&j; 4's reg
""re I'lys, o coupon, ii.'H; ss regis
tred, WW,; I'acirlc 6 of Ms. 1 hii.
Chicago tirain and Prod am,
Chicago, Feb. 18.
Following were the nnot itlons on th9 Board
of Trado today: Wh.-at-Fjbruary. opned
nnd clow I nominal; Mar, op.m.i 4t?, cloe I
far: July, openeu ii?. ilotet 7W:. Corn
February, o; i-no.l ami closed nominal; Mar,
oiivned Slc rimed -!'-: July, oponei "4c,
ciua d :.44 Oats Februa-v, opanod anil
cloned nominal: May, openod 17c, closed lilTic;
July, opmed Ke. closed 17cH- Pork-Feb
rury, o;iu-u and rlo-ed nominal; Slay,
opened $;.K.'t4 clM)3 S7.9A Lard-Fejrnary.
opened and cliwd nominal; May, opened
Hclowd 8J.it; J4.
Produce: Butter-Extra creamerv, Sic per
ll; extra dairy, 17c pur lb; Trash packing
t.k. Id-. kkm Fnh stork, 17c per
dox. Poultry-Turkey, 10,r.llV4 oer lb.; chic
eu (ben. tv;o; rooitvra. 4-24ljc; ducks.
KG' lie: Kivse, '.Hr. Potatoes Burbankt, f!
f'-Jbr per l.u ; Hei ron-. :2&'3c. Sweet pota
Wa -JllinoK v5,$i.3 ,wr mj. Honey
White clover. 12c per 11..; extracted. 57e
Apples Common to tan y. SI.OKtiioO per bbl.
Chicago Live Stock.
Cbk aoo. Feb. 18.
I.ivo Moris rnces at the Union Stock yards
toiiny rang -d as tt.lkiw-t: IIOKa Estimator r.
rripia forthe liar. Uiih; anli ramd at 121
'Jul.. , t. I I .- i . '
Pckin i.i ": mixe.l. a-id fUi&tMX
huavy packing and -Uip7inft 1 4s.
Cattle hatmutdrivipt for the day, aSTO;
quotations r.in;?.-d at ifl.9'.q,Kf) choice to extra
atiipping steers. $4 5 W 4.M I good t t choice do.
$-l.inmW.4t fair to g od. $ ;.(i.V(,4.i)5 common to
medium ilo.; $J.rr,i4.!i butchers' steers, (3 2S
SiAKO aiorkera. $ i.7JS.f.4.2'i fivders. Jl.aoaiTO
cowa. $i.4HT4.g, heitcrs. $25 j3.75 bulls, oxen
andatam. $ '.lJL2) lexmi a;e-rs, aud $i.7o(a
0 25 veal calves.
Sheep and Lambs Estiaiat d receipts far
day. 12,m: n ei ranged at EJ.7iil4.OT waaturn
t-Z'-ii 30 Texaus, l'J native, and tXSv
a4.iu Lam oa. .....
The Loom! sxartte.
Hay-Timothy. $6.90Ti wild, (44MI.
Bonm-raix to 9haLo ltc; frmk cmatary.
grea Freeh, 19b
Coal oft. Me.
Cattle Batchon pay for earn rod staars (VeO
et covs sad aeiten, tkattlMc; calvta. 4
Powers Stated to Have Ordered
Greece Out of Crete.
FOETY-EIQHT HOTTES THE TIME,
After Which. If the Greeks Dost Go, the
Xelnge Address to Cretaaa - Iain4 by
la Oratk Comnidtr-Caraesj Hakes a
latemeat to tho Conunoaa CocU
Rhodes Tells Parliamentary Commit
tee About That Raid on the Tsapsvmal.
Ixjndon, Feb. 17. A dispatch to The
Daily Mail from Vienna says that it is
reported the powers have addressed a
collective note to Greece demanding the
withdrawal of her naval and military
forces from the island of Crete within
forty-eight hours, failing which theportof
Piraeus will be blockaded and general
Athens. Feb. 17. The Greek troops in
Crete, it is announced, are advancing
on Canea. The proclamation of Colonel
Tassos, the commander of the Grecian
forces at I'latonics, was dated from the
Convent of Gonia, and read: "Cretans:
Tou are suffering from the present
state of anarchy and are exposed to the
excesses of a fanatical populace, ex
cesses which have awakened the na
tional sentiment and have deeply stirred
the Hellenic people.
Situation Had llecome Unbearable.
"This lamentable situation of a peo
ple of the same race and same religion,
having common destinies with our
selves, could not longer be allowed to
exist. The king of the Hellenes, my
august master, has resolved to end this
state of things by a military occupation
of Crete. In proclaiming this occupation
to the inhabitants, without destinction
of religion or nationality, I promise in
the name cf his majesty, to protect
honor, life and property, and to respect
the religious convictions of the inhabi
tants while bringing them peace and
Greek Troops Capture a Fort.
According to a dispatch received here
from Crete yesterday afternoon the
Greek troops have attacked and oc
cupied Fort Aghla, capturing 400 Turks.
Included among their number are 100
London, Fee. 17. The parliamentary
secretary for the foreign office. George
N. Curzon, replying to a question In
the house of commons yesterday, said
that the British admiral in Cretan
waters could not have used the threats
to Prince George of Greece, which were
attributed to him in press dispatches
from Canea Monday. The British com
mander was said to have threatened to
use force against Prince George of
Greece, In the eventof the latter execut
ing the orders he had receivd from the
STLTAX'S SATRAP I"XFORMEIX
Asked to Notify the Insurgents of the 171th
matum Points Agreed On.
London, Feb. 17. A dispatch to The
Times from Canea, says that the com
manders of the foreign squadrons sent
a Joint note to Ismail Bey, the newly
appointed governor of Crete, informing
him that they had addressed an ulti
matum to the commodore of the Greek
fleet requiring him to withdraw from
Cretan waters. They requested the
governor, Ismail Bey, to find a way of
notifying the insurgents of this fact,
and of summoning them to yield up
their arms; also of informing them that
the powers had taken measures to pre
vent Greece from interfering In the af
fairs of Crete.
An Italian gen d'armerle officer was
also dispatched with a flag of truce to
the lines of the Insurgents of Akrotirl.
He delivered the message, but the chief
of the insurgents replied that they would
maintain their present position and send
a definite reply In behalf of the revolu
tionary assembly Monday. Captain
Mandato was sent to Platonic, where
the outpost of the Insurgents conducted
him to the camp of the Greeks. Colonel
Vassos detained him all night, and then
declared that he did not recognize the
Turkish vali, but would execute the or
ders of the king of Greece and occupy
A dispatch to The Daily News from
Rome says that it can be posi
tively Stated that the nnn-nra .,.
agreed upon the three following points:
mrsi, io maintain the Joint occupation
of Crete by the five powers under the
command of the Italian nffiora.
ond. a guarantee of peace while dis
cussing a aennite arrangement guided
by the general interests of Europe;
third, without provoking graver trou
bles to take into account the legitimate
ucsires or an peoples Interested.
CKCIE, RHODES IS DEFIANT.
Admits Hia Connection ulth too Raid en
London, Feb. 17. The pommlttoo on-
pointed by parliament to innI,i t.
the Transvaal raid met yesterday in
..ui..hIW nan. While the general
public was excluded. th hoii
crowded with members ot parliament,
counsel, ladies, thirty reporters and oth-
u.ieresieo. in the inquiry. Including
the Prince of Wales, the Earl of Sel-
w.7vhe DTUke of Arn. Canon
W ilberforce. Jam Ttt n
JZFZFi- P- Sir E1s Ashmead
r- n- other men of prom
inence. Cecil Rhodes when called read a long
statement which, he said, covered the
whole ground, and recited the griev
ances of the fomlnum . . ..
. " 8uinsi me
Transvaal government. "After long ef-
people there, despairing of redress by
constitutional means, resolved to seek
by extra constitutional means such
change of government as could give the
majority of the population, possessing
more than half the land, nine-tenths of
the wealth and paying nlneteen-twen-tieths
of the taxes, a due share in the
. "I sympathized with them, and. as a
large land owner, was largely interest
ed. As a citizen of Cape Colony I suf
fered under the persistently unfriendly
attitude of the Transvaal towards Cape
Colony. I assisted In the movement
with purse and influence, and acting
within my rights, placed troops under
Ir Jameson's ardm ah a .
of the Transvaal, prepared to act under
certain circumstances. . I did not tell
the Chartered company in London any
anvthiiur in rearaxd to tha nA r
Jameson went in without ay author-
"7. Ail my actions wars sraatl In
fluenced by my belief that the policy of
the present Transvaal government was
to introduce the influence of another
power (German) and thereby compli
cate the situation."
Sir William Vernon Harcourt exam
ined Rhodes at length. The bitter re
fused to answer questions relative to
the smuggling of arms into the Trans
vaal. Asked why. If he was acting with
in .his rights in sending troops to the
borders of the Transvaal, he had not in
formed Sir Hercules Robinson, the gov
ernor of Cape Colony, of the fact,
Rhodes asked: "Do you want an an
swer?" -Yes." said the Liberal leader.
"Well remarked Rhodes. "I think
yon must get that answer from Robin
son." Laughter from Labouchere.
Rhodes' manner during his cross-examination
was very abrupt and defiant.
He looked around the room as he an
swered Sir Wlllam Vernon Harcourt
and frequently began to question the
latter. ITessed by Sir William as to
what right he had to send troops to the
Transvaal frontier, Rhodes replied: "1
have very probably done wrong: but
there is another movement now which
has much support, namely, the incur
sion of the Greeks. That's wrong too,
X.ytnau 4. Cage Oft tor aalilngtoa.
Chicago, Feb. 17. Lyman J. Gage left
the city at 1 o'clock yesterday after
noon, uound with his wife indirectly for
Washington. They will go south first,
it is planned, possibly visiting Florida,
where Gage will seek rest and seclusion
before taking up his arduous duties as
secretary of the treasury. They expect
to reach Washington alxut March 1.
Gage turned over the key of his desk to
his successor as president of the First
National bank, Samuel M. NIckerson,
Monday evening. He also took his for
mal farewell to the office force.
StrlKe of Tanncat Chicago.
Chicago, Feb. 17. Five hundred ta
ners and curriers employed by W. N.
Eisendrath & Co. struck yesterday
against a reduction in wages, and this
morning 1,500 more are out of employ
ment because three of the other leading
tanneries in the city have closed their
doors against their workmen until such
time as a settlement is made In the Eis
endrath establishment. . The trouble Is
over the announcement of a 20 per cent
cut 'in wages and return to the ten-hour
When you hear this cry yon know
something is wrong and help is
needed at once.
It don't do to wait and advertise
Delays are dangerous.
When yon hear the cry of Lame
Back" it means something is wrong
and help is wanted. Your kidneys
are sick and they need instant help.
Don't hesitatate for a moment
"Should I use
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that causes it.
Even if it is rheumatism or lum
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Hobbs' 8pargus Kidney Pills will
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That is the disturbing element in
your blood which you must get rid
oi to insure good health.
Hobbs Sparagos Kidney puis Are the
King UM Fills and I Know It."
Peoria, 111.. Nov. 17. 1896.
To Dr. Hobbs Remedy Co.:
When a man has any serious trou
ble with his kidneys, as I have had,
and has for years tried all kinds of
kidney medicines without getting
any btnefits from them, it is natural
if te tries a new remedy and it cures
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word in its favor. I have had kid
ney troubles and backache so long
that I don't know when it com
menced. But I do know that nntil I
bought some of Hobbs' Sparagos
Kidney Pills, at the drug store of
James E. Durkin, and used them
thoroughly, I never bad any such re
lief from pains and kidney weak
nesses as l nave now. 'Hobbs' Spara
gos Kidney Pills are the king bee
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J. F. Wellmar, 608 New York Ave.
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Dr. Hobba Pills Fot Sal in ROCK ISLAND bv
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Tho invention of that American in
stitution tbe cocktail is now credited
to tbe medical profession. The old doc
tors, it seems, had a habit of treating
certain diseases of the throat with a
liquid mixture applied with tbe tip of
a long feather plncked from m cock's
tail. In time this liqnid came to be used
as a gargle, the name of "cocktail."
however, still clinging to it, Iu tbe
course of further evolution the gargle
became a mixture of bitten, vermouth
and other appetizers and finally devel
oped into tbe beverage so highly esteem
ed by the patrons of American bars.
Preacher And do you always say
your prayers at night?
Johnny Not allwns. When pa don't
come borne to supper, ma gits so excited
and tears around so that she f erg its,
and I sneak off to bed without aayiu
'em. Cleveland Leader.
The beat aalv la the world for
eats, bruises, sores, aJears, salt
rheum, fever sores, setter, kappd
kaads, (ihilhlaina, eorcs had til skin
eruptions, and pomitiwly ears
pile) or bo pay rasJrad. Ik Is goar
aatsed to gfvs perfect atisf aotioa, or
snwsy refunded. Prioe SS seats per
bis For aal bv Hart Si UUetssrsr.
Children Cry for
BUTTER MEX TALK
Matter of Interest to the Farmer
. with a Dairy.
EXPERTS' TALK OF THE BUSESES3.
National Association at the Makers or tbo
Fradnct Bears How So Malta tho Cream
ery Fay and of tho Boat Methods of Pro
SneUon Selontino Brooding aia Tnloa
' ot Different Kinds of rood for tho Cow
Owatonna. Minn., Feb. 17. The ses
sion of the National Butter Makers' as
socfttion was opened with a report of E
Sudendorf, secretary and treasurer,
which showed a frratifyins; condition of
the association. At the close of the last
convention at Cedar Rapids there was
284 members, which Increased during
last year to 373, and it Is expected that
this will be increased now to 1,000. The
secretary strongly urges the establish
ment of an employment bureau for but
ter makers. The treasurer's report
shows a balance on hand of $2,666.67.
L. C. Stewart, of Janesvllle, Wis.; H.
C Gurler, of DeKalb, lis., and B. Jones,
of JJolby City, la., were appointed a
committee on resolutions. C. E. Belts,
of Renfrew, Ont., to whom was assigned
the first paper, failed to arrive, and
Carter P. Sherwood, of South Dakota,
handled the subject of "Creamery Pa
trons; Co-Operation Needed.
Interesting Papers That Were Read.
"Care of Cows and Milk Until It
Reaches the Factory." was the subject
of an excellent paper read by J. K. Ben
nett, cf Clinton Falls. Minn. "Does It
Pay to Pasteurize Skim Milk?" by C. F.
Jensen, of Beloit, Kan., was read by the
secretary, Jensen being detained at home
by sickness. It gave as the particular
reason that it should be Pasteurised
that it is much better for use as food
for stock. At the evening session a pa
per on sampling and testing' milk, by
Professor E. H. Farrlngton, of Madison,
Wis., was read by Otto Seaford. of Illi
nois. It was thoroughly scientific, and
so scholarly as to produce discussion.
He said that scientific testing was now
being taught, and spoke of the great
necessity of educational methods in the
great dairy business.
Value of Selontlne Breed lag.
Professor T. L. Haecker. of the Min
nesota state experimental farm, dellv
eted a very exhaustive address on cost
of production, illustrating the subject
by chart. He gave many new ideas,
and showed the value of scientific breed
ing and care of cows, and the value ot
different kinds of foods as milk pro
ducers. He gave comparison tests of
different breeds, and different cows of
the same breed. It was much ap-i
predated and many questions were
Better Methods, Better Markets.
H. B. Curler, of DeKalb. Ills, then
spoke of creamery management. He
claimed better results by coloring the
salt used than by coloring the cream.
He urged the use of the Babcock test
for each cow, and Insisted on closer re
lations between patron and creamery.
He quoted consular reports, showing
the comparative price of Swedish, and
American butter in English markets,
claiming that when we used better
methods we might control the market.
EDUCATORS IN SESSION.
Many Well-Known Men Pmenc at the
Meeting at Indianapolis.
Indianapolis, Feb. 17. The depart
ment of superintendency of the Nation
al Educational association met In this
city yesterday with about BOO prominent
educators present from all parts ot the
country. Among those who arrived are
Dr. William J. Harris. United States
commissioner of education: William L.
Tomilns, who was choral director at the
World's fair; N. C. Schaeffer, state su
perintendent of Pennsylvania; Edmund
J. James, of Cornell University, and
many well-known city and state super
intendents. C. B. Gilbert, president of the Newark
N. J.) schools, called the department
together as president and a committee,
headed by W. N. Hallmann, superin
tendent of Indiana schools, which was
appointed at the Jacksonville (Fla.) ses
sion of last year, made a report urging
the creation of a standing committee of
fifteen educators to receive data, ot in
stances of successful teaching, which
data is to be used aa a basis for outlin
ing an American method of teaching in
In the afternoon a number of round
table meetings were held. In a meeting
to discuss "Child Study" the drift of
sentiment was in favor of frequent re
cesses and more play. Last night Ed
mund L. James, of Chicago, spoke on
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