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THE ABgQB. FRIDAY, JANUABY 7, 1898. IACZLO and when buying Liquors for Family cr Medicinal purposes take no other brand but OLD CROW 4 a -- AND HERMITAGE Wi!!M i A KENTUCKY'S LEADING BRANDS J- C UTM T t-tn! ftvtm Stamp n r to for, , Can. L -a..a.1lartbamw.A.taa;ati ? ItHa GovtTnwwnt Cqaraefcc Out foes with, this botUIttf 4 ALU lKAI.UKn SKLL. IT Pfofa;s!oDal Cards, 5 4rronra MoCA8UISr, A Maria M Law. A ea Man a te ftm Mara iHfiitj rniti - i aa u JiCJLaOM A HUWT. ArtartartM Law. 5 Off j m mlaataaV 5 J. J. BOACU. i Ataarttf a Law. j I fun 'aim A tatty. f ' Uef anm i H. U LUDULTU. AlturaaT Law. vwat tr Lm eaapi Lam Hurt- C , N.Mrt r-jtu. iraj imw ar- 2 tkNMIt. tknua 8WXSNIT WALKKB, Amor tad Oaaairms m Lav. lHai ma Bio. CUARLKJ J. GEAULK, Immi tiwm?. Onuaaauor at law. OSes ta McENiai 4 UcKMBr, A itonaja at Law. Loan moaer on mot aaorHr rata 1 svlf aU Kfra af'tatal! A , .?, taT une , mm an i i Linda PuuSia. CHA3. IL 1IUBBELL, Attorawy at l-aw-Juat! of tt I i OfflN ta IM rtt tlt T.-hpaoe ML 1 S s r-tmiciaBt. DEL WU. M. PATTOS, Lai imm rursiaUt andRarrao I I f Lwu lauetj llwlMi, lkta f s4 Hurt -Yaaa a Tslrd Mil Haaia MfWl 2 Trpha HMt (tnr huara TUt M a m . I a.1 . m.i a. tf T a. m. 4 r. it. mar, m. a Pa 'a aaA 8-irnaa. X nxwa a nr innaw. M Twra- "7 Mil iMruTt & U SILYU. AKcarrMTt. JAICKd r. UUBBILU A wtnaat aa4 Mi iwaAama, Ksooi a. BMAtl LfwM WUrf DSACSAUS5S, ArakiUata aJ laparlauaAcaa a4 laparlauaAcata. ' Sam la. VLomirr. lltSBr HA1TJB. rrj CtatMaowa irarrwy. VOMflNwi aaA ml. t 2 Ctt A! km aw A Vl3 IS? AAA4 A A. A A A R0BB0 BY A TRUSTED CMPlOYC AaMrhwA T.tpnm Caaiaaay at Kaw Tark I ! J liajgt. Nw Tcrfc. Jan.7. TLe American TUpreaa companr ti rrhtml yester ay ! I'.tJ. and Clark Hrad-n. Jr, tr-4rj amrbr. lamlutnc. Thrrv Uj Ki th nisht mnacr In chare of th crflca at Furtyaun4 .aircct an J Mxt arrnu -a uhrn 111 and Prailaa ctrrk of in cornrany for iKir than ttn ycara was temporarily ubt:ivtX Thla oRlca tbe co.ilaay ' 9 elsr1r5 hon for all Ita it arnt or rcc!VM frjra the Grand Crnlral atatlon. Anhint te pirrcla to nt an th- o'rlrk train on tfca l!lc IUvrr roJ jrtnerday morning wr wrtrat conUlnlni the ml'nf r and bon.K Yhn th ay aDrLiyra arrive Erad- wai o la tb oske. The afe waa axktd. Tr were no receipts for r!t:abl tarka.-rr by the momlnc train. aMhoot i th booka ahowad that trrral inch pirn Is ha-1 teen received at tha ofSoe. That lh robbery waa luslITy carrf-4 r.nt la rh. wn by the faet --t iz.rtj. mnstly In cash, waa left In th aafe. Notirea were nent to ev ery tank ana financial Imukutl n In the eontry, warnlrtr them acalnst (urchs:nz tUe atulcn n bonds. Ilarai Sham l-rrmlnnu. fk.rirtflM. Ills.. Jan. 7. At a meet- Ins tjf the atate ImM if agriculture Jmt lx-f.tr rtJoumnirnt,cn nrJer waa ImwKl fr.r the immediate payment of about U S-1 r cetX of the Indebted- nt f f th tit h-rre rhow at Chicaeo. Inrlul!r i r. rr.iLnn. there bclna: money enouKh on hrnd fcr that purpose. The rtmalntr.g IiiIiIKpciw -U be paid nflet the drtermlnatlun f the penjlng iincaihin in enn-ago. The board ln c. the a tlon of the errete.ry In dect.tlnir aR.ilrrt the Canadian hcrre. Koval ;.inJnr'L vhlrh H characterized a a rlcffer ard Its ewner barred from exer romtwtinc m anv show heM hv tbo Illinois ntHie'npri'-ulturaJ board. Deatk of a nanert lawaa. Keokuk. la.. Jan. ". Judee C F. I in via. who came to Iowa Pfty years . lll yestvrJny afdrnoon. He was apn tor of tbe pubilc.Iand serv ice under Ilarrtsun. THE MARKtTa. Ckleaga Grata aad Prodnea. Chlcaro. Jan. . TolTowlte; were th quot ations on the IVarJ of Trail today: Wbnat Janu ary, opened M"4r, closed t4c; May. oprnej 0r. rluiwl 9"ir: July, opt-ned IH. closed HSc. . Corn January, orwned S. cloeed Ztc; May. opened IVie. cl.-e.l Zttc: July, eperied 27(c, closed 'VlC. Oats May. opened roc. rll I34e. I '(irk January . oiien(d cl eed nomtnal; May. opened and rlrsed Ji GTrd January, opened $n. rtcTd if.Tii i; itay. oftned. tt.s. cfciaea w I'rodOce: l;utter Kxtra rrcamerjc. i fl.M. I Sic rja rtu extra dairy. Isc: fresh j parking stock. Uc. Ks:gs Fresh slock. J T u TTT1 . jr" , 7 " ". Potato JJnrtnwestrrn. Mjp (er rr be Hmeet I'otatoes llllcoU, UWfalW -r M. Chirac Llv Mark. rhlraco, Jan. I Hots Kftl .a?d receipt 1 the day. 41 . qval.ty r-wd; left. over about l.o; mnrkrt fairly active: opened strong, but later became weak, with rrtre if lower: sales ranged at i3.10V iU for pigs, IJ licit tr Hunt. ..) IjIU for rnb packing, rf-tl for snlxed. and Mk'fltJS f'T heavy psck In and fkirp'eg lots. Cattl Kstl mated rerpt' '"r lh" day. I.0o: :al H very fair: markrt rather active on Mprlrg and local iimnnt; best SSlOc hirvr; rViT mil steady: quoianons raafed at"l.tPelSd fr chctce to extra trra. tl4'Q4.M good t chotc do., MJMit U fair to cond. 1084.4 mm- innw ta mrdiam do.. M.TC 51 tO hutchers Mrrrs. toJTS to-kT. H 04 15 frder. II U1 rows. J-tOOfM heif ers. li.:-s buns, cxen ann stars. l(tl Texas steers, and LS.MKiC.T3 veil calve. hhep and lAiros Mll- aialrd mripta for the day. IZ.M: anal ly gKd: rearkrt ra;her active: feeling Brm ; rrK r)ncaid: quotations ranged al LtWII M western. W lOtji ti atirr. an l 4 S5li Urnex, MllwaakraWrata. Milwaukee. Jan. A. Wheat Pte?y: No. 1 rcrthern. le; N. rpring. rTOMc; May. rVc- Ccrn Fir: No t, zTc. Oats Finn: No. 1 bite. :Im:4Hc Rye-Dell: No. L 4Tc. Laaal Sarfeata. rora-::v. ria-Ta ti. Fil8.: Ud.VJT. I - 14 (Miller fair weaole. Im: trh era&narr. I rf-t. 4 4. T --. tak- A He Ta; dressed, 10. Cu&-evrv. in. tt;l-nuiler Bar for eora ted sua. A4; u 4 bciltn, a30; e Tea, 4Si V i- 1 CASTORIA For Iafaatf MdChfldrtB. Utd In th Attack and 0fens ' ftttptctivtly of the National . fchril Service Law. OABL 8CEDSZ61TEV A LOUD BLAST. vS- y tka OMa Maa W ha aats tha Law Wadlftad naiyart Weakly Editor De- aa a Cam pt PoUUclaa aad Bis Collea Ma Pool Political Dema- W Jahasea af Iadlana Heads tb Mi f tha Systata. Washington, Jan. 7. The friends and enemies of to?" civil sen-Ice law ex changed broadsides In the house yes terday. Tlie heaviest guns en each aide were brought Into action. Gros Tenor and Johnson of Indiana each made an exhaustive speech and kept their respective aides Inconstant furore. The interest In the debate was much mora lively than on Wednesday. The crowded galleries, which "were plainly In sympathy with the opponents of the law. became so very noisy In their dem onstrations of approval at one Juncture tht the chair was compelled to call them to order. Johnson waa warmly sustained by the friends of the law on the floor, but he got very little applause from the galleries. Grosvenor did not deflne his attitude In detail but ;ave his adhesion to the bill 4greod on by the opponcata of the law. Rrplimlo CarTHchan. Grosvenor began by replying to Carl Schurs. who iu his adJiess to the Civil Service League at Cincinnati had ex coriated men like Crtsvenor. who Pchurx says a'tnefced him for bci j a train r to hi rarty while, said Schsrz. these men wpre attempting to violate one of the m5t prominent planks in every RepuUlcan cational platform for years, Ilhia brought from Grosvenor a red hot denunciation of Schurx. whose political career he characterised as the "checkered, spotted, !erou3 career of one who betrayed eveuy party and every duty to which he was bound, and whosry betrayals had been his onlytock In trade in th arena of 0011X108." Ho also declared Schurx politically corrupt and called the men who met .with him at Cincinnati "foul political dema eogues." IWfrr to I he ptrty riedge. Then, referring to charges that he was antagonising the president on thij flatter Grosvcr.oc Jumred on the "cuckoo" end kept the house In a roar. Replying to the charge made agninst himself awl his colleagues that tliey were Ix-traying the Republican party he reviewed tho platform of the Re publican party to cr.ow that the present position occupied by the majority of tho house was not inconsistent with these declarations. "KorJI give the members of the civil service committee notice," said he, "that wc have a majority on thla floor and you cannot strangle a majority in ,the American congress." fArf lat'se. He argued that when the St. Laulsplattorm was adopted tfie ex tensions contained in the Cleveland or der of May. 19C, had not been under stood. The Republicans ifc.mlng into power ui a platform aiJopted before these vast extensions were not In henor bound to egree to them. Says ttisI'eopie Oppoae the Low. One of Grosvenor's rtatcmentswhlch evoked an enthusiastic outburst from the galleries wan in the nature of a warning that if members refused to listen to the voice of the people In hostility to th!s law they wonld not be members of the Fifty-sixth house cf representatives. He argued that the people were overw helmingly, oppose! to the law, and mid that hundreds oftkou aands of Republicans felt a secret-avm-pathy with Mayor Van Wvtk. of New York, who announced that none but Democrats would be appointed to'of- , flee undur the new city government. " mm - L.av o .that when the "late uniamcntetl" Ucpullican govt rumen t of New York enme icto powerMherc were Uffo Tam- many men hi ofllc and when It ex- Ijred there were still men cn the ry roll. 13.C00 Tatr.many JOUKSON DKFKNB9 THE BCFORIt. Crila Da Thinks lab rant a tha "Spoila' system KlTret la Okfo, Juhnson of Indiana, one of the ardent defenders of the law, followed Grosve nor with an extended argument In aupport cf the merit system. He took occasion to review the history of the civil service, pointing out that previous to the time of Jackson the spoils sys tem did nt exist. Men were appointed, to office for fitness, yet never waa par tjr feeling stronger than then. In Eng land wher the merit system prevailed, party spirit waa most vigorous. It was ! absurd, h contended. h say that party spirit roust be fed upon the bribe of office. He repudiated tbe statements of the adversaries of the law that Lincoln and Grant believed fn the spolU system. During h.'s review of the records of eminent men on this question Johnson became involved In a controversy with his colletgues, Landls of Indiana, and during tbe crosa-flring tbe galleries be came so obstreperous in their approval at tb position of the latter that the chair waa obliged to suspend the debate and - admonish the spectators that such demonstrations must cease. Ia enumerating th evils of tbe "spells" system Johnson said It made owarda of legislator, stormed the White House, interfered with the de partments: It reached into the Cart to! 1 and shared legislation; It exalted the office broker and attacked, vllliaed and calunr.lnated the conscientious men. Words, he declared, could not do Jus tice to the Infamy of this prolific evil which had debauched the civil service. It seemed incredible to him that men could dar advocate a return to this saturnalia. He took up th criticisms of the opponents ot tbe lav one by one. sd answered them, frequently evoking applaus from the friends of the law on the Boor. Thajtalk of a civil pension, he said, was a bugaboo designed to fright en the defenders ofith merit system. . Speaking to the Republican side of th house he told his colleagues that the merit system was a Republican child. While George H. Pendleton was lis author In inception It was a Re publican measure. Every Republican senator and all. except sevan. Republi can members of the house vottd for tt It had Leea indorsed by state and na tional convention;. Cities and states were adopting it. The American people were behind it. Johnson attributed the present "dis cordant end dtrraceful srene" now be Inr cjiucted ia Ohio with its "visions of selialorsNpa going glimmering" to the scramble for spoils state and national, and said that the surest way to put Bryan and his black banner In the White House In 1500 would be for the Rej3JWIcim raly to be recreant to Its trust and to s'.ap in the face those who believed in an honestly conducted ser- Vcc. Johnson concluded with an elo- quentoppoaltoMcKinlytostand by the principle upon the peepjuity of which the permanence of our institutions de pended. Incidentally durins his speech Johnson advocated ui one-term law for presidents. Johnson was given an enthusiastic demonstration of approval when he concluded. Comal Appointment Confirmed. Washington. Jan. ". The senate yes terday confirmed the following nomina- tlons: To be United States consuls. Kdward P. Winslow. ef Illinois, at Stockholm, Sweden: Michael J. Rurke, of Illinois, at Port Sar.ley and Saint Thomas. Canada: Louis II. Ayn-e, of Illinois, at Guadaloupe, Weft Indies; J. N. MoGunn. of Wisconsin, nt Dunferm line. Scotland; C. W. Merriam. of Wis consin, at lirockville, Ontario; Daniel 11 McGlnlry, cf Wisconsin, at Athens, Greece. Will Hear the Monetary Comminnton. Washington. Jan. 7. The house com mittee on banking and currency made arrangements yesterday to hear rep resentatives of the Indianapolis mone tary commission on Jan. 12 relative to the bill for currency reform rrerared by that body. Senato Transacts Little Itnslness. Washlrrrton. Jan. 7. While the sen ate wa."lin session two hours yesterday practically no business was transacted beyond the passage of a few bills of little Importance. One was a measure? to protect the name and insignia of the Hed Cross society. Increase In the Army Agreed To. Washington. Jan. ".The senate com mittee on military affairs yesterday or dered a favorable report on the bill in creasing the military force of the coun try to the extent of two regiments of artillery. TWO KILLED, FIVE FATALLY HURT. I co Ilonse In Michigan Collnpes While ISO Men Were at Work Tliereifa. Whkmore Lake, Mich.. Jan. 7. The Toledo Ice company's mammoth ice house. In course of erection here, col lapsed yesterday afternoon, killing two men Instantly, probably fatally wound ing five and injuring a dozen others. The dead are: Albert Morey and Oscar O'Connor, laborers. Beriously injured John McUride, chief carpenter, of Owosso, arm and leg broken and Jaw crushed; J. Commite, carpenter, of Toledo, internally injured: George Mar tin, breast crushed; H. Stilson, inter nally injured; II. FuVtz, head crushed. One hundred and fifty laborers were at work on the bunding, which was 150 feet wide and about &0 feet long, di vided into live rooms. The west out side wall first fell, the others following in rapid succession, until the Entire structure lay ilat upon the ground with the men strugglingjbeneath It, A. spe cial train from Ann Arbor has arrived to take care of the injured. The cause of the collapse is not known as the building was considered perfectly cafe. Ten thousand dollars will cover the loss. CHARGE OF DISLOYALTY RESENTED. I'nltcd States Consul (General Blackballed by a Canadian Cinb. Montreal, Jan. 7. United States Con sul General John M. Bittinger was last night blackballed by the St. JamfS club, the leading social organization In the city, which numbers among its members the present and past gov ernors general of Canada, many prom inent Canadians and the principal citi zens of Montreal. It Is bald that no less than fifty black balls were cast Colonel Knapp, of New York, and Hon. W. A. AndersonT of Wisconsin, Bitting cr's predecessors, were liorTored and es teemed members of the club. Bittinger's, defeat was undoubtedly brought about by an article published in a Chicago paper a weekago last Sunday, which was telegraphed to and published in full by the local newspa pers. In the article mentioned, Bit tinger was made to say that the 1 French-Canadian citizens of Quebec were iormiag secret societies ana ar ranging for, an outbreak looking to the Independence of Canada. Typos Raise a Strike Fond. New York, Jan. 7. The referendum vote levying an assessment of 1 per cent, en the earnings of all members of New York Typographical union No. C for a period cf five months from Feb. 1 next, has been carried. The as sessment Is for ashortcrwork-day fund, There are about 40.000 members of typo. graphical unions throughout the coun try, and the same question was voted upon yesterday by the various branchcx Batterwortu'a Cuntlitiua Laeqnraglng, Thomasville, Ga.. Jan. 7. The news from the sick room of Hon. Benjamin Butterwprth Is decide Sly more en couraging. He has been improving slow ly but steadily since Wednesday, and his physjeiajis are more hopeful than they have been since he was stricken down. jj This Has IFiM tt Con. nCMMlWI',"1"lMwsw-M " " " 1 1 "W-aaM SB Ml STRIKING INCIDENTS. SCENES THAT WERE PHOTOGRAPHED ON THE MEMORY. Tha Professor Heard Governor Breogh Hake Bis Last Speech With Head Bared. Ceneral Bnell aad the Sergeant C rased With Thirst at the Spring. "Some of yon youngsters," said the professor, "wonder how we old fellows remember the prominent men of 20 or SO or 40 years ago so well. Because we 'associate them with some particular event, not necessarily of any impor tance, tut serving to bring the men as sociated with it vividly before the mhid. Fcr example, I saw old Govern or Ercngh of Ohio scores of times, but 'whenever I think of him I do not seo him as ho-ralked in his unwieldy way alnug the streets nor as he sat in his office, a dominating presence, nor as he appeared on state occasions, nor when ho rngrd in controversy with the stron gest men in the nation over the conduct of tho war, bet I Fee him as he stood cue night on a pile of bricks, just oat side Caritol square in Columbus. "The fall of Richmond had been an nounced. Tho people were wild with excitement and enthusiasm. The under standing was that tho governor would speak to them that night, and, standing on a pile cf bricka at tho corner of High and State" Ftrrots, he talked to tho peo ple of tho great news and what it meant to the nation. While he was speaking it bczau to rain, n:id still ho spoko on. Thoso in the crov, who had nmbrellas mised them, and there was a general shout for tbo governor to put on his haL Aa he stoodlhero that minute. With tho raindrops pattering down on his bald head and splattering and sparkling in the liht cf tho street lamp near. Gov ernor Brongh always comes to me. "He paid no heed to the rain, and in his deep, rcscnaat voice he said to tho calls of tho crowd : 'I will not put on my haL Ainan mast sl-ind''uncovered in tho presenco of on event that means sp much La this people. And ho talkel on, the people standing in tho rain and glorying in every w.ord ho said. That was tho las speech niado Ly Governor Erough, becaaso tho cold that resulted from tho exposure took him down to death. "Brongh waa ond of tho very strong est meu of that period in puhlio life. but do you know that I heard cue of tho most prominent ladies in Ohio urge that ho bo not rntionirnutcd becanso ho was so reckless iu his mo of tobacco? Sho forgot tho ability, hchesty, earnest ness and zeal cf the niuu who had re ceived tho largest majority ever given a candidate for auy oilioo in Ohio and made a violent campaign against him becauso he hadarcuh way and because ho ;fi3 such an inveterate tobacco chewer." - "I remember General Bnell," said the sergeant, "not as he appearaed in tho battle of Shituh, act ns bo appeared iu full uniform at grand review, bnt as 1 saw mm on a rorcea marcn, when he wore tflo negHgco or fatigue dress. Our company hud come, with diy throats and empty caut'eyivto a. large spring that burst from tho earth with force enough to turn tho wheels of a milL Tho men proceeded to fill their canteens and drink their fill. .An orderly sat on his horse near and advised tho men to be very carelul in filling their canteens so as ta leave tho water clear for those who came after. A little apart from him on a splendid hcrso saj an officer in a straw hat. The man and tho horso. even tnongn the man was in so simplo a dress, made a fine picture, but die boys did not look' carefully' enough. at either to recognize tho officer or the horse. "Oao of the sergeants, crazed by thirst, jnungiug forward to the spring, intent pnly on getting tbe clear water to his parched throaty put one foot into tne snaiioweago ot tno sprma-. instant ly there came from the man in tho straw Ijat the quiet and imperious order, 'Take your toot put. 1 he sergeant, irritated beyond enduranco by what ho regarded a trifling matter, turned and said inso lently: 'ijind year own business, sir. I win have no quartermaster's clerk giving orders to mo.' "As though he had been a fait of the maxTthc eplendid horso made one jump towerd tho spring and toward tho ser geant, and the man in the straw hat said, with increased emphasis and im penousness, 'Take your foot out, 'and the bewildered sergeant recognized tho commander in chief of .the nrmy. Ho stepped hack and. sainted, and then Gen eral Euf.ll id quietly, looking down with a sort of sympathy into tbo uis mayed face: 'Fill yunr canteens, bnt be carefuL. Thirty thousand men msst take water from this spring before night.' . "inoso wto remembered what a mudhole a thousand men make of a spring understood why General Buell stood guard on that day." Chicago Inter Ocean. Another Uoad Man un Wrong. He fa'ded to use Foley's Kidney Care for his kidney complaint. For sale by T. H. Thomas. SiCK AND NERVOUS HEADACHES POSITIVELY CURED M THIRTY ..MUTES. Anti-flouralgiquo A purelv vesretiMe compoend which sacks tho root of trouble and eradicates it: which builds up toe nerves, making; them stromr. which la itself ia a guarantee against a return of the trcible. At ell droggiets or scat postpaid cpoa reealpt of On Dollar. FREfJCH CHEMICAL CO., SSS Dearborn Street, CHICAGO, ILL. AN OPEN LETTER To MOTHERS. WE ARB ASSERTING IN THE COURTS OUR RIGHT TO TUB EXCLUSIVE USE OF THE WORD 'CASTORIA," AND "PITCHER'S CAST0RIA,n AS our trade' mark. 7, DR. SAMUEL PITCHER, cf Eyannis, Massachusetts was the originator of "PITCHER'S CASTORIA," the same that has borne and does now sst. oa esxr9 bear the facsimile signature cf ULs&ffi&Z& wrapper. This is the original u PITCHER'S CASTORIA," which has been used in the homes of the Mothers of America for over thirty years. LOOK CAREFULLY at the wrapper and see that it is the kind yon have always bought - on tha and has the signature of CtffiJt&& wrap per. No one has authority from me to use my name ex cept The Centaur Company of which Chas. H. Fletcher is President a . March 8, 1897. &..7. Do Rot Bo Deceived Do not enchnger the life of your child by accepting a cheap substitute which some druggist may offer you (because he makes a few more pennies on it), the in gredients of which even lie does not know. "The Kind Ton Havo Always BomW BEARS THE FACSIMILE SIGNATURE OF Insist on Having The Kind That Never Failed Toil ims ccarAua tMrui, tt busmt tkixt. atw tons urw IH3UHANCS: M. BUFOD. General Insurance Agent. Tha old Firs tn4 Tltna-iriae fa ipaslea Rspnavrwa LeiseiFrmptlyFaid Rates at lew as ay ralUUii cauaT cm ttvB. Youi ptbutSj! SGlteitlwl A.D.HDESING, iisurai.ee Agent. Represents the follow well known Fiie and Acci-ent Insur ance Companies: Uoebaflac Vvi las Os Boobtar. F I Wantaoastar f'.rs 31 sw Ton . lnaJi. 71 1 Rff)n Qarawt Rul'aoce VtilladeltiHl ..J-eorlA, 111 (iernuu. fir - .. New Ha&nititr M"wftfii --'r . Ktneisaiva. ri ..lllW!"- W. New York Fidelity aid Casiallj " ... Office corner Eighteenth street and Second avenue, second floor. TtothoB 104T: Colona Sand Stone Quarries SiwkI building stons Ashltr tnd trimminji i specialty. For oheapaeit, darabtlity and beauty eice.Ued by noo. Thla itcne does sot wash or color the wall with alkali, etc. P'.sns snt tu for estimate will receive o&relnl attention aad ba rotaraed prompt at oar expecsa. Qaarrlei It miles from Book Island on the C, B. A Q. B. 3. Trains Sot. ud 10 will itop tad let vUitors off d on. Brldgs t tone, corn crib blocks tnd foundation stcno any slzo desired. Samplsi of Stoat aad Photos of BaUdtnet on be sees tt Room Ho. IS, Michel! ft Lnde'i baUd lig. -direst : Arthur BurralL manager, Rock Island or Colona. Ill DROP IN BILLY CATTON S White Seal saloon THE TRAVELERS' GUIDE. SHICACJO. ROOT INLAND ft PACIFIC HA1L y Tlrkcte can m purchased or kascac eked at Rlif Twentieth rnct !t not. or CRI4P cepot, corner Fifth avrnne and Tklflf- TKAIS8. Eaet. Sit . WttT. Da-:y i ur:-..i a&rtti ft. worth, lxsvar ft i.O.. id:4Uim a4la m Ouaha ft I KotKt.... tTMHS- : z r oist tWAias xyoiau KiuckU)lM.-.. Ontabaft Va aloiiiea Kx... I tit 15 MS :oam ri3ia a nirmsspou, ax. Dsr.Ter. Llsrolo ft Onaha.., Si. 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