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VOL. XLVX. HO. 5. ROCK X8LAJTD, ILL. FBIDAT. OCTOBER 22 1897. FBXC3 TESXB C3TS. NEW BIDDER AT HUD Russefl Sage Spoils the Plans-cf the Union Pacific R&l Ty. way Syndicate. ETABTS U TO RAI3S THE Ertotvgh of II to Offer a Trlra That Will J'ay tha W Iwlti of the (WiTrrnmrnt Im-1.1 U 7 -..0i!,00( on the I.l.t Now, an t Mol Coming Hold to llw. Moon Akr I hy President MiKlnlry to Tuka I'p the J&tttrr of 1-u'n-luv.e. New Tcrk. Qtt. II. Tlussoll Bag' created sensation In Wall street late yesterday by ainunclcg that he had toen Invited by President McKlnloy ta form a ayndlcato In Union PaeUlc rail way on the barU of satisfying the full government claim In tho I'r.ion Pacific Hair lnvlt'-d subscriptions to a plan to be hercaftor brought cut by him for the twffoln object. The payment tf the V I:t""T.TiF-;c govnrnrmnt's Wilm in fu4l la understood to to th r.;.t cndltli-n In this plan. Sago's representatives announced last night that ho hud received subscriptions for over 7i.lf.o on) within two hours of JUn unnoun " TTi. iit. Ic v. u.i announced tli.lt h'! Wi.'ilt , Oltt'lllttM to i-xwlve mi- fviitrtl,, u;.ill In-: plan wan subscribe! nt leant thni trn.s ipvr. An In tli tiunsuoN n Shi:.! ti.iuks there Id unlimited tp Ml a i v;,'.itjlo for ILa set-tl.-m.-nt it tho Pnci!ln road debts wilu ont loss to th-i,bVt'i.-'iL-tLt und without Mini po... K.m ;.... In fc.r Twenty ItlMltans. Amor tii.; M.irt: ritiit!:t reported to K:.r.''s U'rl- i I ' cin-j y h n.ni were thi follow ii Ph. -in i ..i.Poo.Uvl; li. T. Whs.'ri a- ... i I i.ij'i.i, Sai:tU:l Th'omiM. l . ; 1. II. M :AII:i, flO,- onO.i..,.;: ii.-s'-o A.- Co.. I.", (oi:o: p;,ni; of th yrnt.'oY N-.. Vork. W.C.hi.iimii; Will lam WnlCjA- t . $i w).iiiio. AHtorN BuscrU .!. li mid to h.-.vo bwn rc i -;v. .l l.v :il.,. I . -t t;1sht. SS'TTir of thrsi rutru r ii t other Int.r.t9 liesldci tho Ftunt'iit. it 1m iinld that a lartto N-w V' rk I.;'.- Insurar.cu rompaiiy nil! ruiis-ril ,. to .-siiti-.? jin f' r Jli.H).0Go. at:.' . t,) WittMiiKloti t'ilny to wn-f'-r with tf. ;ti ,-nf ard th.? utiorny ro:)'t::l f.t t,i' rl0O' .. DOILER Or A LAUNCH EXPLODES. Ti M. n tf ili: rnl'.l. ship T.ns llntllv l!rnlitl noil otlifmh.r liJurrtL I5.rt..n. .n. Thi- il.-r of one cf thi'flli'cm liiin ('sorth",i;ittlps,)lpTrxn t I. u; w!ii! it . -r al.iriHldo of th. I.iril '. hlp jtjt.r.tay. The t I. n c riirr. il J;i. ,v: t" . l.uir.- h r- rt-A the rl.li' i ( th.- ..iiij'. 1'nvim; t"V,.Tl down Ihj lili'i I cats, mil full of n:en. who v.i;. om;ji'J in the Kival ( .irnj.-. in liorch nt the tinrc wit thirty -Ave mr. In. ludlr,); .v lit-1 a';t 'i liinuiiu'.i.r I'.'lr- .ir.IV. I.l-ii'"iirtr.t Uii t.,. I :irn Wnd- irl fr. W. 11. IuiIj. .-'.. tftu ship's 1 U' ! II. 'i " f. r k -fai k. t!i, f-p of thp 1k.:1iT nn.l lb.- J;.-; if m,-. inn i y c.vr th.' U.t . r. Mun ut. i tj.. ;nr. nr.d what af I it . f .1,,. J.iui i h ram lit fire from ih.- pn .-t .f I'.tv.o that followeit th tnir-t'-.n . f ib, i .i;, r. ln:t the fire h.-d Iltti.i to Lin-. T'-,.. m.-n In the i 't with S" ' r-- -hn l,hill.H. on i ll.T. ar.d John l'..' I..t r. ii (.us . r wre thrown VI. l. ntly . : - -r tf,. wi-.l n pattttlon. Vtsh.f a I ...:: iijur. d tntrrtialTy. nilllip. r- ti .: v !;, v. rl nil-'. Tha oth.ru htirt - r ... v r. ;y lnjun d. MINEHa' t'MON OFMCEHS ACCUSED. 4 hltrir I. That Tin r I 1114O.. , r. O liclurn t Worif f.r T:iiitn. ulr. Pt. T.oni. tvi. !;:.-:.:. I'risitl.Tt WliilMii t'nrir.. if ) I'a.l. n. f t:.. Mir..TS' urion; William Nor! tiry. rf Troy; Jurnr Paw. of Sianttm; r,u Horn. i-f Cl.n furl..n. ni.l Thonm S'.tiU'wn. rt I'o'.Kr.-n illi no nil.. rs of th,. xo u:iv Corr.irt!liM or l-v'r.:; tried hy u ronwntlon rf tl.li 'y-IH-o iK I. .it.-niin-r In Kast St. 1 ill" on th.- iharco of urri.ptlrir tuilH ji of ji rmh to Iniiure the mini In thir districts to rottirn to Work. Th mnrey oti fald tho nun. o It In ohnri;A1. to irdin c minsrn to r-turn to wnrk vt a T-iwrr -ulo t.-.an that for wliti o tin v vont on a fUrtke. Keyal ukci tbe I oaa rare. wbcleMBM and dUclo mmm Aijclutely i'uro pwti mum nmi co.. m ww. vr fete 131 Pi THEY WILL STAND BY BRYAN. D mot rtU Edltore so BMnmlM la Ch ear. CblPBpo. Oct. 22 The democratic editors of Illinois are in second an na&l meetinff le-e. Tbey will prob ably endorsfl Bryan, the platform for 19C0 and pledge every member to bis support. CIw lnd Speak at Pt luce too. PHneeton. N. J., Ojt 22 Tbe 151t annivefary cf Princeton Uni versity va? celebrated today. A pro ceMon cf Princeton trustees, ficu.ty, alumni and students marched to the hall, where the exrCMes were held by rx-President Grover Cleveland and Etrl Aberdoen. governor reaeral of Canada, and President Pattern. Cleveland made tbe principal ad dress. At the conclusion cf the ex president's speech the decree of doc tor cf laws was conferred oa Lord Aberdeen. Wbf at Lively Again. Chicaeo, 03t. 22. Under some ol tbe liveliest bnylrg for weeks wheat today advanced 3 to ?$ cents. The chief causes of tbe bule were talk of dry weather east of the Missis sippi river and renewed export buy- Charged With KmtH u mat. Pierre, S. D.. Oot. 22. State Aud itor Mayhew, ex-Auditor Hippie and Clerk Anderson were arrested on the charge of embezzlement late last nljfct. They will have a hearing this afternoon. Mnjor Handy la Hotter. Patis, Oct. 22. Major Moses P. Handy, special comniUsioner of the United States to the Frenee exposi tion in 1900, who was seriously ill yesterday, starts toniht for Havre on his return to the United SUtee much improved. Y. Il. w K.vcr. Memphis, Oet. 22. Thfre is one suspected case of yellow fever in the city. New Orleans, Oct. 22 Sixteen new cares and three deaths from yel low fever were reported today. Two K.l.ad at Cronlnr. Decatur. Ills., Oot. 2S.. Henry Hunsley, w-ll known, and his nephew, Hoy Hnnsiey, wera struck by a train at a croseircr this rnortiing and both were instantly k lkd. K-ortr-.nnn Wooi'man. CunCl.lnn. Chicago, ).-t. S2 Ex-Consrri'ss-man Charles VVoodrt)n. of Chicto, was taVea to th t'etentioa hospital sufTtrinir from porosis, the resalt cf hemorrbajro ( f tho brain. Wlil Onpo.e Lortgir;'. Mill. Chiesi;'. Oct. 22 Tho 'state's at torney will v'ti.roufl v oppjse tbe a 1 wintry cf Luftirert to tail. W:.u Iho i(,ht "il i:ntan!. Ixt.'-.n. o..-t. 2'?. A'-.'r.lirMi to a rpo ' I. J i.Uii oti h trr-xn Plro'.a. th rasualiit-. dui ins the H.Thtintt V.'e !p-.1.iy, which r-u!t."l In t-L-f iti rnilrn of Dprcsl ridco l.y the F.r.d dlvt-J. n of tho I'.rlt lnii Inf. tir.dor (".onpral Y.mtiiian-B'f,-psi. vnrfl tlirro PrWIuli ofllfprs killed nnd five wstinded: of' the rank nnd file U-3 were k'Tllod r wjii'M, the Gordon IIi,;hliir.d rnlinviri7 t!'jrt y-nIxraKiialtlep, the Porf otEhlre rCBlmeut thirty-two. p.nd thi rrmaln.lr t'l'ln equnlly divided l;ttw.-n the OurLhiis and tho Derby r! !ro rr s!mnt. I;'lnfTiii'r.t of tier. sir. Hrrrk. J'lr.nk.-o. r.y. K The vhitlrir b'ph o; si, . It rirvmi n nrd d.;. tratos tt th? K; '.'oi-Hi MlR.ioi:nry coir.rl! row In ?es ?'i n at r' lwaukce rpont tiie (lay at Nnhetjh. Wis., uli'p i'rv;rcit attoid Irs tho r-rtinnent rf the remain? of tho late li T. Pr. Jnn:es LJoyd Cr;v k at X.irharah Ilous.- er hold. Tha srvlcfg wore f the Flinplt ?t harai'ter. In keep lr,K with tho mini why!, ml'mcry tht-y tior Intended to hi.nrr. Is Key W rt or Woyler 'orreet t W'nrlppton, Oot. 12. Sonor de I,nm, the S'panl.sh minister. last night re ceived the following cnliloiiram from Ion. -rill. Weylor: "Please deny the re port that has boon published that I have r fnup d to surrendv-r my command and that i reral t'astollanos' r.-fup?s to rtn s!d. r as rariScd he four western pro'--inors. In necj.lanee with htr majesty's rnrnniand I will sail cn tho last day of this month." Mt'.t lie Some Itr-t Citir.nAon Ttoanl. P. uthampton. Oot. 21. At the South ampton wpeoial sossirn? jrerter.lay a sea man named Ncl was swntenred y month' imprisonment for dan?MrUo1y woundir? a thipmate on board th.: Amrt;,-;.n ltn. rtoamsh'p St. Paul. The rr.ord.T In pas.In.? sentnoe remarko-1 that Borordl'vp: to the evidence the fchip s.emed to have hern "a perfect pan 1'inonitim vry nltbt." Sherman kid) lie Iaiiiio Hare a Confah. Wa.hlnrton. Oet. 21. Feaor Iurtiy da j TAime. the Spanish minister, was amonr ; Pe rotary Sherman's oaiiers yemerday. j 4 rrins diplc matic (Say. ar.d spent almost nr. h"ur In e.'rn-t .-sultat!on wHit I tho p..ertary and with AF'tant Secre I t.iry AC:2, who was rrt for by the sec I retnry. The bixRest cricket field In the worlc j thut is to cny, the bigpest crorind set ' apart entirely for the patue is the Oval i at Kcuninvton. I Cjnghs, colds, pneumonia and ' fever may be prevented by keeping ! the blood pare and the system toned op with Hoed 'a Sarsaparilla. j Arnolc'j Bromo Cekry cures head . aches; 10, 25 and 60 cents. Beiss' j drugstore. Just try a 10 cent box ot Csfoareta. ' the finest liver and bowel regulator ! over Lis i. OOlTlfiThieiSOfl Chicio's Mayor's Trip to New York to Help- Tammany Not Wildly Approved. EACHKfS EVEU T.TATTT: 02JECTI0X3. Importation of rolitleal Talent Jat TThat the Democrat Have ISeen Kicking Aenintt Coventor IloHlub'i Defence Aeiiint tho t'har-e or Complicity la Bartlcy's Fraud Political Mewing at GolUaiD Crarge Tbreatens Croker. New York, Oct. 22. The announce ment that Mayor Harrison, of Chicago, is coming here to speak lrl behalf of Judpe Van W"yck, the Tammany nom inee for mayor, is not received witti f vor even by the Tammany sachems. From the outset the Republicans have been criticised by the Deiripcratlc man agers and the leaders and the newspa per supporters of the Citizens' Union moVement for Importing campaign speakers, Rotable among; whom were Foraker and Thurston. The acceptance of Mayor flarrison's tender of services la regarded as a stultification of the Exmucratlc position on this subject. Colonel William L. Brown gave voice to the dissentient sentim&nt yesterday. He said: "I wrote to Mr. Eheehan some little time ago protesting against any scheme cf this kind. I have re ceived a letter from Mr. Sheehan Ir, which he said that he entirely "agreed with me In the stand I have taken. It Is bad politics., unnecessary and ill-timed, to brins Mayor Harrison to New York." "Who, then," Colonel llrown was asked, "is responsible for Carter Harri son's visit if Mr. Khechan did not favor it?" "That." he replied, "I leave you to conjuture." It is Ix licved that Henry Georpre has declined the services of scores of Popu list and silver orators., among them Jer ry flBifsnn and former Senator PeiT'-r, who have volunteered to speak for him In New Tork. Oeorge has 300 speakers, nearly all residents of Greater New York. Grent Scth Low Hcmonstratlon. A grrtat demonstration In honor cf Scth Low's candidacy for mayor twOk place In Carnegie hall last night. A tremendous throng that li'led every P"at In the pit, crowded the boxes and from thence swept up to the topmost row of the Mg fcalicry, was present. Kven the stage was uncomfortably crowded, the benches that rose tier-like from the lectem being Jammed. "Hie most re markable feature of the meeting was the fact that it was) rot hilled as a "Git'.zons." but as a P.ep-uhliean rncot rn?T. being held under the auspices r,t th llepuhJkan organization (anti Plattt of the city of New York. About cne-third of tha audience was composed of women, and the speakers were Seth Low, Kiiiiu Root, J.werh H. Choate and Anon O. McCook. Henry George Threatening froker. H r.ry George and tis-Pcsimaster Dayton spoke at a Thomas Jefflrson mass meeting in the borough of the Bronx. The candidates were enthusi astic a.ly roceived. Henry Geoige was greeted with deafening applause. The lirst part cf his speoch wAn explana tion of the principles on which he ex pected to be elected. Then he said: I say nothing agaunst the personal char acter of any lum. Ir t roker got his palaces ar.d race horses honestly, let Mm remain here. If they w.ere procured by robbery of the peoplo. by the mis use cf power he usurped, let him go ic England. If I have the power, the peni tentiary yawns for him. If I have the power the fate of 'n...- Tweed and John Y. M Kane will be hip. I make no threats, tut a gr. at crime has been com mit Ud." Van Wyek nnd Tracy Mttetings. Robert A. Van V.'yck, the Democratic romir.ee. was slated for a speech at a Tammany meeting at the Jefferson club house, but he failed to put In an ap pearance. Instead, however, he sent a litter, which was read to the audience. It was an attack on the present city administration. General Benjamin F. Tracy, the Republican candidate, made his first speech In the borough of the Bronx. The meeting was att"nded by aobnt 1.000 persnns. General Tracy and the other candidates were enthusiastical ly received. IIOIXOMH IIKS KNIW IIIMSKI.P, Governor of Nebraska lenie Any Com plicity with llnrtley'f Indication. Lincoln, Xeb., Oct. 22. In a four col umn newspaper communication ad dressed to the citizens cf Nebraska, Governor Holcomb defends hrrr.se! t from charges of corruption In connection w ith the defalcation of ex-Tst-asurer Hartley, and bitterly arraigns Republican lead era of the state whom he declares are rosprnsible for the elanderous stories circulated against him. These stories allege that the governor approved the bond of ex-Treasurer Hartley know ing it to he faulty, and that he was aware of Hartley's shortage long be fore It was made public. Governor Hol comb declaxes that it xas inmmnent upon Governor Creunz. his predecessor, to Investigate tha treasury condition and approve the bond, but that ha shifted the responsibility to him (Hol comb). ar.d he was compelled to men the conditions which he found to exist The governorthen procee 13 to dis close the condition cf affairs) at the state house when he assumed office, which he declares were honeycombed with fraud and misrule. The er.tira communication 1 a ?ries cf sr-nsat'.or.-al charges made against political op ponents in connection with the state treasury, and an elaborate defense cf his own anions. The artit le has its in ception In the suit against Bart;ey's bondsmen now going cn at Omaha, where the governor was called as a witness and where attorneys for he de ferse sought to show his Lability or remisns. Because he had Aomacn trouble Pre- ley A. Tart, a clerk 20 years eld. oom- nutted euiciu at the home of his broth- WHAT HE WAS THERE FOR. Venezuela Ijlltnr I lulls Ont Why Rorereo X'Ingrcc Went IVwa Therr.' Detroit. Oct 22. A repy of the Vene zuelan Herald has boei received her.!. It Is published in Caracas. In Er.slisa and Spanish.. Arn-cg other thtng-3 it says: "The Venezuelan Herald, al ways well informed, has discovered that the object rf tte viilt cf the governor of Michigan, tho Hun. H. S. Pingree. ta Venezuela wes r.e.t entirely in the inter est of his health, as he would have h t i It apjiear. Yi"e are ab!e to state ut.-:i undeniable ar.thc.rity that the true in wardness of the object cf the visit wv.s for. no K-ss a puiois? thnn the lnv?fea tion of the r.--w roll f.cld .f the Guirico rtgicn. ard tiie possibility cf obtaining crntnl t,f or.e or two aspiia:t mires cf the republic. And this Is why: "The state of MiVjtgan docsnot d sire to bw URoVr the of the great Ber ber asphalt combine, ard as this state has something a'tove t2.CeP.eve or Si, SfJ.CiOO to expe r.iHn the raving cf Ftr?et and construction of sidewalk?. tf, gov ernor, with the paternal feeling for hij Eta,fe, would s.ocm to be about V) em bark in the asphalt business Pi ord- r that his people trny not be subject to the great Barber monopoly. BUT TWO DEATHS AT NEW ORLEANS. First rrost ot tha Sramn Falls, but It I. Light Record off Cases. New Orlears. Oct. 22. The fever sit uation Improved to seme extent her'? yesterday. At nightfall there had Ik-mi but two fatal rasas reported. Th weather yesterday mornlog was ccol and reports from below New Orleans are to the effec t that there was a light frost Wednesday nit-ht. C. tor.el I. I. Kills; of Governor Foster's stuff, said that he had received advices that ther had been frost In it. Bernard parish and on the outskirts of the city Wednes day night. The deposit, however. wa slight and H-ssibly mt sufficient to stamp out the dii-esj-e h'-re. A dispatch trora S. lma. Aia., yesterday raid: "Light frost this morning, with wind from the north and cc. ling up." The fevtr icccrd for the day is ps follows.; Jn till.!! tlty new cases. 4:t; deaths, I; at Montgomery. Ala.. 4 new cases; Mobile. 4 new r:sc-s. 3 deaths. Clinton, Mi:.. 4 new -i s. s: lldwar.' . M.ssr., & new (ares; NliTa Yuma. 2 new cases; Pay St. L.u:4, 7 . cans, l death; Ccyuira. ".'iss., 5 a.-w c;cs. DIhcI.1c-.' 7rt.-ionnry Convention. Indianai oils, i . t. The National Christian ' Iselonary convention de cided to h M lite n. xt roil!:i..I conven tl.n at Chattenoog.i. Uev. F. D. P-.w-er, of W I;i..;t. k. p as cl.-i ted pnl dent of the A-n-rican t hrittian Mission ary s.x i.ty. l:. !..MuJn L. Smith, of ('In rlr.nati. c-.rr - por! ling setr-taw. P.. so lutions wor.T.vb--pt(d leeUri!i the-ii.Min the greatest evil confronting tn.hurcli and elvllizat:. n. A departure wns tmde ia the d'termiration that heri-aU T del egates will not l e quarter.';! on me m bers, but look out for tbeins-'Ivea. I!2i:i.U WolnenV Cl.tlis. ' - Jackrorvil'?, Ills.. Oct. 22. The prtr.- pal werk c" the State Peel, ration of omen's Cl li s yoFterdoy was the r.om- intioM ( f officers for th? rrn;)i:g year. cxjmrr'.lttoe rep' rie.l unanimnusly favt.r ef T.rrs. Alice lradfor Wiles, rf 'birago. to SUlT'.nl herself as i".siiient. iher ofiieer. wre Mrs. Pr( ! Lr. y. f ;reator, rec-rdirg se( rotary: Mts. Vir Inea liai.h. of IVosia, corresicr.dlt:g eec 'tary. Thr- .VJeii ltiiricl In n Mine. Ishpemir rr. Mich.. Oct. 22. Thaee min ers wore bur . 1 under a masfive fall cf rour.d at thu Cleveland Lake mine at 11 'clock yesiemlay morning. One af them. Gust Murti-r.a, was killed, and fius Carixn was r seucd alive, but lwid ly injured. The third man. where nnmc ... ...... j - i nup.tii, riiii ui.cer 111." Ulri. but workmen are making a heroic effort f .-. ,.nnn . . ' T . I . I 1 . . . . , .... i.r.i.11 i.wiu 11 is iijouiu inai ne is lead. Could Not Hold MrAdnmr. Janesvillc.,-Wis., Ort. 22. Fred Mc Ad ams was discharged when brought Into the municipal court for examination on the charger cf murdering William Kwing. The district attorney, having no evidence to show that McAdama was connected with the supposed crime, moved that the prLoorer be discharged. Ewing Is reported alive in Pennsylvania. Atn-stcd for French's Murder. TAree Lakes. Wis., Oct. 22. Rau Miller was arrested and taken to Cran don for hearing on suspicion of having murdered Frederick French, the trapper who mystT-cusly dlsapi'eared twowecks ago. Miller was French's inrfner. nrd it Is aleg-.d. tells confict'rg st.nits as to his whereabouts when French it alleged to have dlsaf peared. Gen. McClcrnand Is riettn-. Springfield. Ills.. Oct. 22. General John A. MeClernand was consiiV-ralriv-indisp;sd Tuesday. He Is totter row, the fever having passed away, ant hi will probably be cut in a day or two. Ilarriwn To lie Croker. Ones. New York. Oct. 22. During his com ing visit t-i this city. Mayor Cari-r Harrison, of Chicago, will be the gu-.-st of Richard Crtker. NATIONAL PROGRESSIVE I SYSTEM CF MEDICINE? ei Vf I DaYEnocrt Health Institute I Specialties: &2:I2S32S. ? flMflNk imi mil M mrm MS mmi S luvpi vitu tm, t'M m wl ttl ll. 9 ) in- - iirniiiii.nM. tm Z DR. CON-NAUCHTON. f .J 4C3B.1IC, St. DlMfiaorl. tow. . ( . iul inl J 6tCtt ROCHKSTCR. 1 Vs hive j-JSt re ceived a large cf a-'v Turkish - Rugs Direct from largest Importers. A beauti ful line of fine quali ties and dejlgrs. All are Invited to call and see this, the best l!n of Tuiktsh Rugs evfr displayed In the three cities. Come early. They are here for a limited time. BaToapori Femittire & Cirgsi Co., Tote Admirers 01 the Beaiol 321. 326 a&d 323 Brady Strue. TWO BIG STORES Overcoats Z b-k - . 1,400 of the best tailored and trimmed overcoats ever offered to the public The only difference in our overcoats and one made by your own tailor is the price. Is that worth saving? All suits and overcoats bought of us we press and keep in repair for one year. We Don't Turn Your Mouses you Will enjoy your dinner If you have tome of our leer with It. It Is just the thlcg to tr.ee you up, and gVe you an appetite. Made of the best hops and malt It cannot help doing you good. Try a case of it. TELEPHONE 1089. job a. rauporx. pnruDonr a con Painters and D8Coratora Shop 4'9 Seven Ioc&m ttreet. j r a I if aiiiaa 1 " and Ulsters Upaide down wbea wa coma to attend to jour plnmblnfr troab . Wo co about car work an- btrusltly. eooaiderlBaT tneir bcrs cf tbe bonsthold, and jet wo da our work la a ocltiitiCo tnan oer. Wo Ulievo that for this reason, wo tro ther.lanibers lb at jon should call apoa whea job have anythln-; the matter with jour drlrap,e, LoUeror Letter j. OAVIS CO. ROCK ISLAND BREWING CO rmt 4. Wt r-in-law, at Chicago,.