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Taesday Evening, Dec. 28.
Donnelly & GIrard
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40-People on Stage- 40
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Bcrtls C;:ra Hcass,
Wedoesday, Dec. 29.
Dm!1 FrokmM'i Special Company
ta fcia Urtataat of M. T.
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Thursday E? ening. Dec. 30
TBI fADOCI OBIBIBAL
Dtrartlaa rraak L. Parlry.
GRAND CUORUS AND ORCHESTRA
Iata44 laaay tka rlrfrr. ara: Haaty
Clay Barbara, Bagaaa Uavk, Oaarya
rraUirrkaa, Jcaaafc Barlktt, B.arr
vatad, alarry kra , rkatka B. Bavay,
wiuiaa H.oeaali, Abca Krll .a.
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aal aala at Flak.'.. Tatopkoaa .
CcCos New European Hotel
COL CUII All IAI IDRtl ITS.
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UUA.n McCOY, Oaatf aaa ft-atata
ULL SAFE S.1VE OIIL
Chicago Colistum Fin Not 80
. , FatfJ at First RtportsRp
Mnttd th 8am.
XELS JOHVSOI THE OILY VICTIM,
AatBaaBtr. Wka Bal BanaA tka Llraa
at Tktrty Otkata taaa Baarka. BmaaB
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a Uaaaa Uaaa Easlaalaa af Twcw
Bpaila Ckrlataaaa raaUvutaa at Aaharllla,
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Chlcaco. Dec. 27. The total loaa of tha
Collum lira Friday night la eatlmated
at IToa.MttX Tha only lnauranc wan
$130,000 carried on tha building-, which
waa trained at I40CWWL It turn out,
howcrer. that but one life wma loat In
the blase and that one lire traa a
hero'a. Hla name waa Nela H. Johnson,
fireman of the building-. 40 years old.
It waa through hla assistance that a
score of people escaped through the
door In the northwest end of the build
ing. Hemmed In by the rapid spread of
tha flamea, the performers In the
Streets of Cairo and other exhibits of
the midwinter carnival were unable to
reach the front of the building. John
aon led the way to the north entrance.
Oeorg B. Irving waa with Johnson
aa be led the way to the door. It waa
found locked and nailed up. Seising
several hammers and axes, the two
men, with others who had Joined them,
broke down the doors.
- Hla Qalrk Wark Aarcd Tklrtr.
Irving was at work among the rulna
Saturday gathering up the few remains
of his electrical traprte. He was dum
rounded when told that Johnson's body
had been round. "I can't believe that
Johnson la dead." said Irving. "We es
caped from the burning building to
gether. At !eat thirty were saved by
Johnson's quick work. In getting out
Johnson'a head and face were badly
scorched. We ran about the west side
of the building and I took him to a
drug Store, where we bought some cold
cream for his burns. I waited but a
minute or ao and ran back to the build
ing to try and get in by the front
entrance. Johnson waa In the drug
etore when I left. He must have run
bark after me. I tried to break Into
the building on the west side to at
tempt to save some of my property, but
It was too late."
Other Flraa la tha take Mrtropolla.
Three firemen wera Injured, one fatal
ly and two seriously, and $125,000 dam
age done by tha fire in the su-story
building at tha corner of Fifth avenue
and Monroe street Saturday. Captain
Dennis MrSweeney fell from the sixth
story when the roof collapsed. John
Kenney, truckman, and James Mc
Cambridge, plpeman, were Injured. F.
A. Foster A Co drr awvla auattnat
the heaviest single loss, $.000.
Saturday morning for the third time
flamead eat royrd the building of the Quad
rangle club, of the University or Chi
cago. There were seven persona In the
building, but all escaped. Two were
more or leas Injured. Loss. $20,000 on
tha building. T!ie club was composed
Of ntufeaaora and naat OTariirat an.
dent, who lose heavily on the furnish
ings, which included a number of valu
able paintings, aclupture, etc.
Tea at a Family CraaaataA.
London, Dec. 27. A Airs. Jarvia and
brr nine children, the youngest a baby,
were burned to death at 6 o'clock yes
terday morning In a four-room cottage
occupied by the Jarvis and two other
families In Dixie street. Bethnal Green,
London. The unfortunate family occu
pied tha upper floor. By a strange
coincidence Mr. Jarvia. the woman's
husband, who hail been aufarln rmm
conaumptlon. died In the workhouse In
firmary aaiuraay aiternoon without
having heard of the disaster. Mrs.
Jarvia earned a Brant llvaiihnnA k
making match boxes and her rooms
were nueu wnn innammaoie material.
Two Chlldrea Loaa Their Uvea.
Franklin. Pa.. Dec 27. Grace and
Annie Nelson, whose parents live nesr
here, were left alone in their home
Saturday evening. The former fell into
tha grate fire and her clothing waa
Ignited. She waa burned to death. In
trying to save the life of her sister.
Annie was also badly burned and It la
believed she cannot recover.
FRAXTIC TIME IN A UIO CBOWO
Thirty feaada af Powder Explodea aad a
Wild Brana Enaoaa,
AshevUle, N. C Dec. 27. A crowd of
100 or more men and boys were firing a
Christmas salute from an old cannon
on the outskirts of town Saturday when
a can of thirty pounds of powder ex
ploded In the thick of the crowd. Thirty
or forty persons were Injured, but
notify it Is believed, fatally. The cannon
was fired several times, and then Jo
esrh Finch, an employe of the South
ern Railway company, picked up the
powder ran and began to reload the
piece. The gun bad not been swabbed,
and the moment the tiny stream ot
powder struck the heated metal there
was a flash and the powder exploded
with a report that made the earth trem
ble. Immediately there was a scene that
made sirk the hearts of those watching
: from a twr-by hill. In the smoke that
' rose from the explosion they saw hu
i man beings run blindly here and there
over the hill, ratling and rising only to
Ian again as they frantically rushed
about, blinded and powder-burned,
madly trying to extinguish their flam
ing clothe. Those who were unhurt
ran to the aid of the unfortunate ones,
amnthering flaming clothing or cutting
the garments from their bodies. One
ansa was Mown or rolled completely
dewn the blah bluff. 100 feet, nearly to
the river. The people In the neighbor
hood ran to the scene, and the work
of giving assistance to the Injured be-a-
The fcUl waa dotted with blackened.
groaning figures, soma of whom lay al
most perfectly nude. A number of the
Injured wera able to walk from the
scree, while cots were provided and
gentle bands placed the mere seriously
wounded on them and conveyed them
to aa old residence near by. which was
Improvised Into n hospital. Joseph
Flach Is among the more seriously hurt,
his nosa and mouth being torn out of
I all Baakat, aad fca la probably blladed.
tfareace Lrdfi.nl, rrto atord near the
ranrcn when tha Dowder limited, wma
thrown mora than flfrr feet. Hla rlnth.
tag waa torn or burned entirely oft. and
Pan or tha akin on tha forriii
burned loose. Charles Earwood and
John Ingle also ara arrionalv hurt. a4
aeveral others probably will loae their
aignt or oa disfigured for life.
DEADLY WKBXK OS TBTE MAIL.
Om hUa Oraautd bs Pleea. aa Twa Otkm
rtakahly Oat Paata Waaada. .
Chattanooga. Tenn Dec 27. A vesti
bule passenger train on the Norfolk and
western railroad collided with a freight
at Clark's Summit. The engines of both
trains were badly wrecked, as were a
number of freight cars and the baggage
and postal cars of the passenger train.
R. H. Ashmore. exrireaa niMMinr
badly Injured about the head and chest.
ana it is inougnt will die. Postal Clerk
non-man waa instantly killed, his body
beina? around to nloroa and rhmwn un
der the second-class coach. Fireman
Collls had both his legs cut off and waa
otherwise horribly cut and bruised and
win probably die. Engineer McCarty
Was Severn V cut ahnnt tha tiaaA a nit
neck, and suffered a number of pnntn.
slons on his body, and is thought to be
Internally Injured. He will die. The
wrreck was occaaoltpd by the engineer
of the freight train-mistaking orders.
Fatal Ball way Accident la France.
Paris. Dec. 27. Two Dassensrer trains
came Into collision at Itun du
Rousslllion. department of Isore. during
the prevalence ot a dense fog. Captain
rwouei, ot tne cruiser r oudre, of the
French Mediterranean ammrlmn- Pan-
tain Lota, an Instructor at the military
school at St. Cyr, and M. Mathieu, a
naval engineer, were killed and fifteen
other persons were Injured.
Be Oave HU til for Others.
New York. Dec. 27. James F. Col
man, an engine driver In the fire de
partment, sacrificed his own life Sat
urday rather than run down a woman
and a little girl who. transfixed with
fright, were unable to get out ot his
way. Colman, to avoid them, gave the
engine too sharp a turn and It toppled
over with the driver beneath It, killing
him almost instantly.
STRIKE FEELING NOT SO STRONG.
Cotton Operattvee at Fait River Are Con
sidering the State of Trade.
Fall River. Dec 27. The strike feel-
In among the operatives Is not as
strong as It was last week. It la be
lieved that careful consideration of ex
lsting conditions has done much to
change the sentiment. The conference
committee of the operatives, in which
are representatives of all the textile
unions, held another meeting last night,
when the wage question discussion was
resumed. The meeting adjourned sub
ject to the call of the committee's secre
tary. The enly Information given out
was that a new proposition to the man
ufacturers was proposed and the plan
Ita details were not divulged, and the
document ia now in the mall tor Sec
retary Rounsevllle. A manufacturer
volunteered the opinion that the new
proposition might offer an acceptance
of the cut-down provided the present
schedule waa restored when a margin
of profit to be mutually agreed upon
shall warrant such action.
TROLLEY CAR CONDUCTOR KILLED.
Four Tfcurs Xnrdrr Him BeranM Ha Will
sot Qlve VP Hla Money.
Nonistown. Pa.. Dec 27. A trailer
ear on the Schuylkill Valley Traction
company was held up by four hifh-
waymen at Swedeland near here about
10 o'clock last night. Conductor Chas.
Galloway, of Nonistown, refused, to
give up his money and was shot dead.
Three shotr were fired at Motorman
Matthias, but none took effect.
After rifling the bodr of tha conductor
of the money and a gold watch the rob
bers escaped. There were four women
passengers In the car, and the robbers
coverea xnem wnn ineir weapons, but
made no attempt to rob them. The men
looked like tnunns. and eacanad In th
direction of Phfiadelphia.
SoM Hla Wife far Taa Dollars.
Lansing. Mich., Dec 27. Charles
Bishop, of Mason, whose domestic hap
piness has been destroyed by the visits
of Bert Carpenter. sTgned an agreement
to relinquish all claim to his household
and its effects for $10. He received the
cash and came to this city, where hla
father resides, leaving Carpenter In
possession. Mrs. Bishop recently ad
vertised In a matrimonial paper, and it
Is claimed received money from men In
Montana and Florida, and then refused
to go to them.
Ooraraac Makes a Chriatmaa Gift.
Detroit, Dec 27. Aa a Chriatmaa
present Governor Plngree pardoned
Henry Howard, who under the name
ot Harry Dale waa convicted last May
of criminally assaulting Maggie Leon
ard In thla city and sentenced to Jack
son for life. This action was recom
mended by the pardon board. Howard
has all along stoutly maintained hla In
nocence, and the governor saya be Is
himself convinced of It.
It's tha Saa Joae Bog, Now.
Berlin. Dec 27. The agricultural ao-
clety haa memorialized the government
claiming that American fruit of every
Kind ana many American shrubs and
trees Imported Into Germany are in
fected with the San Jose bug which Is a
constant danger to German fruit grow
ers. They want a strict examination of
all American fruit, treees and shrubs
and a refusal to admit them wherever
vermin Is detected.
Clerical Organ, la Oppoatloa.
New York. Dec 27. A special to The
Herald from Lima. Peru, says regard
ing President Pleroia's promulgation of
the new messure legalizing non-Roman
Catholic marriages in Peru: "With the
exception of the clerical organs the
press is unanimous In applauding the
clever statesmanship of the president
In pushing the measure through."
Tbea Krrtprortty Will Fail.
Berlin, Dec 27. It Is announced that
the German government declines to
yield to the demanda of the United
States, made during the reciprocity ne
fjktiations, for reduced duties on Amer
ican animal products,
Mara Cam petition (or Xcw Eagiaad.
Denver. Dec. 27. The Overland cotton
mills, ot this city, have carried the war
"Into the anemy'a country" with a
vengeance by securing contracts which
will place their product ia Boston,
Movements on the Chinese Coast
Bring Theirlnterestt Into "
eeab puts a paw dowjt nr ooeea,
Aaa tha Lisa's Claw. laaaaadiatelv
Taemaclraa Protcat That Is aa t7IU
watam Delivered to tha Coreaa dovera
aat Japan and the Britain Acting To
gether Seventeen of Bar Majesty's Ships
London. Dec 27. A sneclal dtanatok
from Shanghai aava: "It la rermrtAd
that seventeen British war ships are oft
t-nemuipo. Cores, southwest of fw.ui
supporting the British consul's protest
reaiiy amounting to an ultimatum
against the king practically yieldingthe
government of Corea into the hands ot
the Russian minister. The nroteat i.
specially directed against the dismissal
oi aicxeavy Brown, British adviser to
the Coreaa customs. In favor of tha
Russian nominee. The news has pro-
aucea consternation at Seoul, which Is
heightened by the knowledge that Ja
pan has a fleet of thirty warships await
ing me result or the British representa
tion, that Japan fully supports. Japan
la Irritated by the arrival of Russian
troops In Corea, and it believed that she
Brltlah Force lands at Chemulpo.
"According: to advice from Tfilrln T
pan has offered to assist tha .
Pckin in drilling the Chinese army, and
m vrnseni to a postponement of the
war indemnity. Manv of tha
and Pekin officials favor the proposal."
reurumg to a dispatch to The Daily
Mall from Shanchni it iai rorrtr-t1 tkaa-
from reliable sources that a British
rorce landed at Chemulpo on Saturday
and caused the rplntntamant nr m
Leavy Brown. The same dispatch re-
icrs to a native rumor that the union
Jack has been hoisted n an ioton i.
the mouth ot the River Yangtse-
Chlna Threaten, to Favor RrmIb.
The Pekin corresnondent-nf ThnTlmoa
Eays: "The government refuses to place
he "likin" under foreign control as se
curity for the loan proposed by the
nongnong ana Shanghai bank, and in
serts that unless the loan ia
without this condition arrangements
will forthwith be made for a RussUn
guaranteed 4 per cent loan of ICO.000,000
taels, to be Issued at 93 net The secur
ity would oe the land tax. which would
remain Under Chinese administration
China in return would give Russia a
monopoly or the railroads and mines
north of the arrest wall, nnon a nnrt a a
a terminus of a railroad (trans-Siber
ian), ana would agree that a Russian
Should Succeeded Sir Robert Wart a.
director of Chinese Imperial maritime
customs. If these conditions should be
permitted British trade Interest Would
Goes to Join the Brlllah Squadron.
The Shanehal corrMnnndant f tk.
Times says: "The sloop Phoenix sailed
yeneraay under orders to Join the Brit-
isn squaaron. Tne utmost secrecy is
preserved with regard to the latter's
movements, but gossip here suggests
that Its destination is Ta-Lien-Wan."
Germany to Lease Kiao-Chan.
Berlin. Dec. 27. An Insnlred rtilna
organ published here says that the Chi
nese emperor, in order to avoid the re
proach of having lost territory, will
lease Klao-Chon to .Germany In per
petuity at a low rate with all the rights
of sovereignty that England exercises
Bt Petersburg. Dec 27. It la aaaartad
that the newly formed Russo-Corean
bank will organize a company to extend
a railway to Port Arthur. The RusbItji
vice president ot the Eastern Chinese
railway Will start for Muirfinria In
February to Inspect proposed variations
of the route and to make a final de
cision aa to other matters.
saa ennjtrmaa at tne MaaaYfoaae
ShelbyvIUe. Ind.. Dec 27. Winfleld
Haymond, of Liberty township, went
to St. Paul Christmas Eve to purchase
his children Christmas presents. On
his way home he was struck by a Big
Four train and his body horribly
A Living Object Lesson for Or. Miles' New
HEART DISEASE ia curable. "For over
forty years." writes Daniel Myers of
Two Taverns. Pa., on Aug. 10. 1889.
"I suffered with heart disease. FlrstasMgbt
palpitation, gradually growing worse. Then
shortness of breath, sleeplcsBness, emother
iag sensations and much pain ia the region
of the heart alarmed me and I consulted a
physician. Receiving ao beneBt I tried
others and a number
ot remedies, spending
a large amount ot
money, but anally be
came ao bad that It was
ansafe for me to leave
home. I commenced
using Dr. Miles' Heart
Cure two years ago.
For eighteen months I hare been welL Al
though 72 yean of ace I can go where I wish
and 1 aleep all night and wake ap as cheer
ful as a babe and completely rested.'
br. Miles Remedies are sold by all drag
gists under a positive guarantee, first battle
benefits or money refunded. Book on Heart
aad Nerves sent free to all applicant..
DSL MILES MEDICAL CO. iUhart, lad.
mm v a mi
slndlating ffloriandBtf tjla
ti$utaaadBcrcf i .o ; .. ;il iiUM-
tattsaftlBrst qy.rnfas aiacr
Arfed Remedy rorCofjsSB-
Warms JCormilsions .Fevensh
rMSSandLoss of Sleeb
i Signature of
J M. BUFQKP,
The old Fire and TUte-trwe
aatasa.Wwa.any raUabla:eaapa&yeaa atari'.
You pauoaaga la eollclded
Represents the followtca; well
known Fire and AocUent Insor
Boehatter Qaiaaa fas Oa.
Weatehaitar Firs "
Worm as fire - ..
- BuBalo, M S
1 kTaafka.laa fi n
lfwaaaaw-aaalrtaaa HlUwk"kaa. Wl-
riaemy aaa casualty new Tork
Office comer Eighteenth street and
Second avenue, second floor.
Si, tuilalng stens
AtMrf tr.i trissraings
For eheapneaa, durability and
beauty exoelled by aoaa. Thla
atone doaa not waah or oolor tha
wall with alkali, eta Plana Bent
aa for estimate, arlll reoelve
careful attention and be returned
promptly at oar expenao.
Quarrlea IS mllea from Book
lalaad oa tha 0.. B. AQ.B.B.
Tralna Noa. I aad 10 will lop
aad lat Tlaltora off and oa.
Erld;3 izz9, corn crISi
fclCwki and foundatlsn
tiwT.3 aay iiZ8 tznt
Samplaa ot Btoaa aad Paotoaof
Balldlnfa eaa be aaaa at Boom
Ho. 13, Mitchell Lyada'i build
Arthnr Bnrrall, manager.
Rock Icland or Colona. Itt.
BILLY CATTON S
White Seal saloon
iSis Socood Areaca.
IS ON TttE
Otitorla li pat as la sat sue bottle oaly. It
Is not told la balk. Dost allow aayesa to aaH
you aaylalag alia aa the plea ar preatlta that It
la "jut as good" aad "will aaiwat rtrrj par
post." " Bee that 7i (t O-A-R-T-O-X-I-A.
THE TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
IHICAGO, ROOT ISLAND A; PACIFIC BAIL-
w "V . .r . aa pinunt or aoKEBge
checked at B I a P Twentieth suaet depoCot
arat street, Frank H Plummet, Agent.
East, i Wist.
Oanvst UaHed AOtaaat.,
St. Worth. Tk A w i
Omaha a Dos Moloe.
UBIBI a ua. M ala
tOmaka A Mtnnaannlla
baavar, Uneoht a) ftaaka
aw. raai a ausaeasnus..,
Danvar, Ft. Worth a K.O..
-w rata a a, t 1.
iBpc Ialan J Waahlnsaa:
.Arrival tftonartnM n-n ... u i
All other, dailr. Telephone 1093
8unda evening a Pollm.n aleeDar will be at
the depot after 11 M, which will leave for Chi
cago at Sam. Moailay.
t a otto a:bims
t Mists 10:4a)Hi
t mtit .
11010 unit l-H pat
ITiavpa t TOi aat
5: pm t:0aa
SOBUKGTON ROUTB-C B Q RAn,
Depot Firat aveaaa and SlsteenUi
at. M J YoBPg. Agenu
TRAIN 4 tsavs. tsmva
8t 'L., apriogfleW. Peoria, '
Bar y air. via Honaoatb 7. -00 as 7:20 na
Chicago, oterluig, cUatoa A
Dnbnqae.... t 7:40 am 1 1:40pm
Pcor'a, Ba djtown. Bar-
llBgum Wen t :45 pm l :?0 am
8t. Paul & Minoeapoll. .... 7:60 pm 8:10 am
Btarnag. C Intra a Daksqoa t 720 pm t 8:40 Dm
BL L., Kanaas Ciy, Denver
A Pac Ooatt Tl. Qalet b'ri 7 35 pm :E5 am
PBIOAOO, aTILWAUBBI 4) IT, PADIi
Bauway-Baelna A BwitkwasUta Otrlaira
mm asfM, aatwaaa Flist mU
TBAxaa. lauvaj. aaarra
y' TM aa Srtpa
Frabrht ana Aeeaaaoilarn. gj am aaoaa
DOOB IflLABB a PaOBIA BAILWAr
4 mSSSQ"1! aclaia ntat.
B. Btotkbnaaa, aJeal. TTt Agaat.
TBAIWg. l.rAv! j ABRtva
Accomodation Freight 10:Sn am '100 pa
Peona a St Lonia M.U Ex... ag.mam 6:40 ma
Bxpret. l.pm 11:15 aat
PootaAccom rrelcht T:iUpm 1 5 am
Bkarrard aoaoaodaUoo 5:00 am 440 pm
Cable Accomodation :40 am X:BD pm
Cable and Bherrard Aoeom . 8: pa gw B
raattuga trains leave 0.. B, L A F. (Ilonaa
aranoa) depot Ira (t) Blntaa aarUar aaa ttae
ivan, TTaina aaraaa 9 jf. ka abset a'rt
I ilyazeept Baaday.
R. I. & P.
be Daeaapan ...
. Fatry aliaateaaot
U Boca lalaad
OB I A FDapet
To tha Eauit oi ti
TaaullaU at Depot
1 St Lonia.
THROUGH CAR SERVICE
Liaea aaat of Peoria carry thtfnrk
eoaehaa and alaepiac cars ca eiojbt
tralai to priaolpie oiaea
Saa. Ticket Agent
ta aa taa
aaiaa tat a
13 aa IWa
(00 pa tWpta
IH pa uaaa
II aa Iftpm
U apa iSia