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THE ARGTJS, SATURDAY, APRiy 0, 1898.
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CONNELLY & CONNELLY.
Attorneys at Law.
fMonff loaned. Office: over Thomas'
druv atom, cor. Hccntd avenue and
t Seventeenth tireek
(). L. ANDEHSKN,
Real Estate. I-nan, Insurance and
Ho m 1, l'.uford block.
Attorncj at Law.
Gcieral legal business, ei ltcetlons,
notary puh!io. I."u7 So-cocd avecue,
JACKSON & HU3ST.
itonayi at Law,
(Ww x Hoc Uiutd (rational Bank ,
Wid. L LUDOLPU,
aiiotct at Law
MnreTtoLosn. lieteraj I,erl Dull-
near, umirj cuniie. it oneoaa are
ut. liufo'd bioes.
A tor kr d (Jujomllrrs at Law
UJAKLK3 J. 3KAULE.
Ojur.cUor at las
OSee in oourt
McENIBY & MoSNIHY.
Attorneys ai Law.
m Loan mossy en gonaaaeuri maae
; aolieaiiuca. Rofertiuen, k'lkiteU
Lynn: bvirera Offloa, kUMbeu
C1IA3. II. HUDBELL.
Attorncj at J.iw Justlee of
I Oflloa In the C't T1:i.
F. II. HEST, M. D.
Pnjttolan and Surgeon. ft
Phone 4 on nmee, Twen- t
tletb atri-et. Oftlce Hourn: 10 to 12 a. ('
m : t mi and 7 to p. m. Sunday, 8:30 -to
:ft m.; I SO toS p m. ?
DIt. COKA EMERY HEED, j
Homoeopaiblo 1'hysiclan. J
Hpenlil n'tention to dlcse of wom
an and rbilitren. aM di-srn of eve,
", ni and throat. Ofllo houtw ,
I I 'J a in , I to 4 p. m. 8UI Six-tve-ntn
itreftt, lUiclt U'acd. . i
in:, c. w. cuaftox,
Rimiius 1.1 nnl IV Mitoticil & T.ynilc
builillni;. ( l'i-v hours from 8 to 1.' a m.
and 1 to 1 1. m.
C I- SaVI3,
0r KraU ft Watb't, ITU Bteond a-
DR. S. II. MILLLU.
Veterinary Surireon and Dentist. ft
1 mke a upecliii'y of dentNtry. T.x- ?;
trmct ilreM and llil t-eth. KcI0en,'.-, I
fifth avenue. Tclerhnne 1 on IM7. '
Ofnpe ami innrrnnrr. lfi ir.l Fourth y
atenup. iJamo W4'i"ler"M.taWe ) Trl- J
, ephone 4 on IM'A All ouils properly at- V
I tended to.
JAMKS F. ilUH.'JKLL.
AtsnttKok aod sup. rlBtacdent
Room 41, Mitchell A
i third Dour.
'.'HACK A KKKNa
Architect and Superintendent.
S. ooed Goof
litN'bi L-AilXJK. flop,
Oat nowaet ar.i rMiru oi. ai vradt
3 pj wt, iv basocs areoia, Talf H
S. UK. J
Both the rnothcl and results when
Syrup of Figs 13 taken; it is pleasant
and refreshing tolho taste, and acta
gently yet promptly on the Kidneys,
Layer and lowvls, cleanses the eys-
tein effectually, dispels colds, hcad-
tches and fevers and cures habitual
constipation. Syrup of Fig3 13 tho
only remedy of its kind ever pro
duced, pleasing to the taste and ac
ceptablo to the 6tomach, prompt in
its action and truly beneficial in il3
cffecti, prepared only from tLc most
healthy and agreeable tubstaccts, its
many excellent qualities commend it
to all and have mada it the most
popular remedy known.
Syrup of Figs is for cale in 53
cent bottles by all leading drug
gists. Any reliable dmggist v.ho
may not havo it on hand will pro
cure it promptly for any one who
wishes to try it Do not accept nay
CALIFORNIA F!3 SYRUP CD.
SnH ntAXClSSO. CAL v
iSJisiut. at. hew igrx. nr.
KRELL & MATH
Wi.-li In nnnounro to
t!i;it their SODA
is iiiiiniii with all
rou'.iiiir drinks. K'K
t'KEAM SODA urn! OIJANOK and
LKMtlX I'HOsriJATES :Ue our
snci'.iiHics. mitl m shall at all
tiiiics I'liih-iivor to kcrj tin-1 t-st
and imt Fruit Svruj.s ami
( nusiiiii) Fnrrrs t. sirvo whu
our S. nla. Vu mtvl' pure UK'H
C1JEAM with i'vt'i-y 'lass flf Sht
at "h' a plas.
KRELL & MATH
Our Wild I'lu-rry Phosphate is a
regular Th:rsi yueni-hcr. Try
I 'hone H Vi.
lTltj-1713 Second Avenue
W hits Pala-oaSweets
Alii', thi lca1er3
41 ifnh Candies
and llieitrry Xat XopfH
ttrowoniL rful tskora. Taf
fioB h::d Xut Conrfy'a fresh
evory morrini;. Oar Cara
mel nre reiffct, and those
dtlieious Popcorn Frj tiers
lead them all.
Will surely mH jou. and
our elegant bill of Cream
and Chocolates are tie host
in the three cities Try a
Brick of I
S Ice Cream 1
ftlilta Fa'2C3 of Sweets
Telephone 2 on 1S48.
GEN. WEYLER SPEAKS.
Cuba's "Butcher" Defends Him
ss'.f for Kis Course VVhila
:ay3 hs acts
P'3 A rrrr
And T--x It Loft in Charm n. .Von 1,1
Have r-..i;;i tbe ind by April-
Com. the s,ni,i, v,r.i r ,-l
ZIatauza AfTair UNmarck's Advice to
the Kmperor Willi:nn Intervene When
E:s Iutrres.i Arj Threatened.
Sffidrld. April SO. During the debat;
in tho i-ortcs yesterday Genera! Weyler,
ir. a clear voice and amid attention from
the whole houro and tho cailcrrs-.
apM.ipztd for iirolongint; the debate,
pl?2.l;r that he could not allow the
opportunity to less cf defending h:m
Eii ecrainst criticism. With much
warmth he defended his political and
rr.;!ita-y acts of severity in Cuba, show-
5 that he deemed them vitally neces-
?z:y s.rA t'.-.at thy were justified bv the
results they produced. So raurh v.cs
this ths ca3?, he declared, that had ha
lt-ea allowed six months longer h?
v.ou:d have entirely crushed itii insur-
r?c:i-n and v.ouid have realized the
rmmis? ho r.ia 'e to Senor Canovas dt-i
C3!4i;;o that by April, 1S3S, he would bi
in a pcJti;-3 to offer him EJ.000 vetorana
to attack the L'nittd States. General
Weyler severely critxised the hun:e rule
policy i.i C'ul.a and the time selected for
L'uiciciing it, ana hs Concluded with a
r&si-H-nute appeal .r a dis.iiay o t:.-
CnnaprvatiTPS Indnrw Weyler.
The Duke of Tetuaa and Lieutenant
Orrarnl Azearraca declared that tht?
Conservative party always approved
and accepted the renpc.riai!'lity for the
net - of Oenaral Weyler in Cuba. Thcsj
declarations arforded Senor itoret, se--utary
for the tolor.ies. and opportunity
of avoidirc a delate with General Wev-
!er, Senor Moret dei-'.aTing that such
a course would be unndvteaMe at pres
ent and vo:iId better be left for "a d.iy
when rtatesir.- n can lind time for reUo-
Tho minister of war. Genera! Correa,
ia th'; chamber of d?putiep, replying
or partieu".rs in regard to the bom-
mardrr.ent of the forts at Matanzas. said
the government had decided to publish
all the news received, good or bad."
Talks of I lie Matunzt ArTuly,
Continuing', General Cerrea told the
deputies that the United States squad
ron lirL'd sixiy projectiles, and that the
only victim was a mule, a remari:
whiih aroused laughter among the
Spaniards. The general next informed
the house that the American warshins
were injured by the fire of th.
Spanish batteries, and continuing as
serttd that the insurgents were acting
in conjunction with the Trited States
forces, as tliey advanced In the direc
tion of Matanzas while the bombard
ment va pror-eedlng. "nut," add the
minister for war." they were completely
routed." In conolusion Gerieral Correa
remarked: '"It was a glorious day for
the Spanish arms."
VIEW THAT IJISMAKCK TAKES.
Cermany Should Interfere When Her In
terest Demand Such Action.
Londcn, April SO. The P.eriin corre
sponrVnt of Tlie Standard says: "Prince
Bismarck thinks that Germany mutt
abstain from interference in the conflict
of the I'nited States with Spain as long
cs possible, but that she must interfere
instantly and r.-.cst energetically the
moment her interests demand intsrfer
er.ee. Therefore he thinks Germany
ought not to bind her hands by neutral
London, April "0. The Cadiz corre
spondent of The Times says: "When the
battleship Nuniancia arrives from Car
tagena the squadron will be prepared,
censifting cf the IVlayo, the Vittorla,
the Alfonso Xill. three torpedo boat de
stroyers and three torpedo boats, to
Madrid, April GO. A great Impression
has been produced here by a rumor that
the Gormen government has issued a
notp i1...,J.irir.r tlint tt v-ill tint ..nrmic
the landing of troons i:i the Philiiitiines. i
but will not permit a bombardment, ow
ing to the important German mercan
tile Interests in all the towns of the
Islands. Germany's omission to declare
neutrality is held to give color to this
London, April "0. A special dispatch
from Madrid received here last evening
says the Spanish government is upon
! the point of expelling all citizens of the
United States from Spain.
London, April 30. It is announced in
a special dispatch from Madrid that the
Kj ; captain of the bpani.-h steamer Montser
l3 j rat. the vessel which was bound for
Hnvar.a with a valuable cargo and
which succeeded in making the port i f
Cienfuegos.has been decorated with the
P.ed Cross and has been granted a spe
Londcn, April JO. The Standard's
Moscow corn spor.ir.t says Itusria'has
received a severe blow in a sui-pccttd
friendly agreement between the Unit;3
States and Kngland, charging America
I- oi Lie w.viw xur
i - j tii.v. tr 3 sir.-,; it Cenpliiiti,
tij prurc-u ur.ao- tr.o urlci-ciit
GERMA H KEDiCAL LiWS.
Wurld renowacJ ! ItrtmrktMr urceei?iil !
'hilr ir-nnfio i: h Trade Mark " Anchor,
K Ad. kiclitirl la., U I'tartht Sew lr
1 3 Preach Eotws. Ow a ClauirsH,
f.Silocui. &lorard & reoouaLccd 4 by
MtrsbailA Fisher,lS28 2d Av.
Tohn Benpston. 1700
fN- . I. H. TSooiaa,
A?Crn3B.' STOM.CnAT. Wt
folic. fcrr-,-i "tormrll Omnlmiif.
I D W.W
j LtirSCIS APPOSTIOKMZlfT VOID.
Sapreim Court Say the Xe Ial la
Agalwst tbe Stat ConMitnttoa.
Srrtngfield, Ills.. April 30. The su
preme court late last night filed a de
cision in the case of William Mooney
vs. William Hutchinson, county clerk
of Will county, askir.? for a mandamus
compelling him to place Money's name
on the ballot as a candidate for repre
sentative from the old senatorial dis
trict, composed cf Will county, the new
district being composed of the counties
I will and DuPage. The supreme
court ,n his decisin holds that the
8enatorial apportienmept bill passed by
I the Republican legislature at the spe
cial session Is unconstitutional. The
court holds that the constitution of Il
linois provides that the state shall be
apportioned after each federal census.
The defense held that the apportion
ment could therefore be made at any
time, but the supreme court hr.lds that
the fixing by the constitution of a
time and mode for the doing of such act
was by implication a forbidding of any
other time or mode and a prohibition cf
the exercise of the power in any other
way. The decision is by Judge Cart
wright. Judges Wilkin and Carter dis
sent. A peremptory writ cf mandamus
is ordered issued as asked for.
OLD COUPLE ASPHYXIATED.
Found In Their Home Dead, tljprd la
Each Other' Arm.
Chics o, April 30. Clasped la each
other's arms John Askwith. 73 years old,
and his wife Margaret, 74 year3 old,
were found dead on the floor of thelf
home at ?4 Canal street yesterday by
policemen from the Canalport avenue
station. It was first believed the couple
had committed suicide, but an investi
gation developed the fact that they had
betn accidentally asphyxiated, th
rooms being full of escaping gas. Ash.
with and his wife were Scotch, and con
ducted a notion store on the first floor,
while the upper Moor was occupied a:i
The officers forced an entrance to the
stcre by a rear door, but it was several
minutes before they could enter, be
cause of the gas. . Finally the oncers
managed to make their way upstairs,
and lying on the floor near the step:-,
the policemen found the man and wife
clasped in each other's arms. They had
been dead some time, and the indica
tlons were that Askwith was dragging
his wife toward the steps when he was
overcome by the gas. On the lower
floor the officers found a Jet had been
left open, from which the deadly gas
Sealing Crew's Schooner Lost.
Astoria, Ore., April 20. The pilot bnat
Fan Jose reports having spoken the
sealing schooner Deris, of Vancouver.
The Doris recently lost most of her
men. While hunting they were blowi,
away from the vessel and were unable
to again reach her.
Two Men llntonibrd In a Mine.
Pcrantn, Pa., April SO. Duryea, six
miles from here, was visited yesterday
by one cf the most extensive and dam
aging mine settlings that has ever oc
curred in this part cf the anthracite
coal regions. The cave took place all
over the old workings in the Hallsto-ad !
mine, and affects, more or less, one!
hundred stores and dwellings. Two
men, Thomas Williams and David Em
anuel, are entombed In the mine.
Cane Made from Grant's Work-Iteneh.
Galena, Ills., April 30. Before his de
parture from Galena Judge Speer. the
eloquent southern orator who paid such
a giowing tiibute to General Grant at
the memorial exercises held here, was
presented by the employes of the Galena
Gazette with a cane made from the
historic workbench used by General
Grant before the war.
Will lie rnpnpular with the Hoys.
Chicago. April SO. The general offi
cers of the national W. C. T. U. have
sent a petition to President McKinley
and eteneral Miles requesting the prohi
bition of the establishment of canteens
ChU-aga Grain and Prmluee-
Chicago. April 2?.
Following were the quotations on the
Hoard of Trade today: Wheal May.
opened $1.21. closed $1.20; July, opened
?3'ic, closed S4',c; September, opened
8-e, closed 82Tsc; December, opened
nominal, closed Slc. Corn May,
opened CHo, closed 32c; July, opened
S4e, closed MV-c: Sej)tember, opened ."3c,
closed C5'c. Oats May, opened 29c.
closed S'Jc; July, opened 'J5c, closed
2S,ic; Septemtwr. opened 23Ne. closed
23'i.c. Pork May, opened $11. 00, closed
$10,115; July, opened $11.15, closed
$11.17i. Lard May, opened $j.u2'4,
dosed $5.C0; July, opened $5.C0, closed
Produce: Butter Kxtra creamery,
16'-c per n; extra dairy. 15c; fresh
packing stock. 12c. Eggs Fresh stock.
l'!e per do7. Live Poultry Turkeys, "
1"r per n: chickens. 7i!ffSc: durks. 8
ftsi.o. potatoes Common to choice,
635' M)c por bu. Sweet I'otatocs Illi
nois, $3.50;4.CO per brl.
hle igu Lire Stoci.
Kogs KrtimatFd receipts for the day,
SO.OWi; quality good; left over, about
2.i00: market active and feeling weak
er early, but cloed Mmewhat strong
er; prices Zva lower: sales raneed
at $1.00fr:i.90 for pigs, $3.70fi4.C0 for light.
$2.Ka3.S5 for rough packing. $3.gf'S4.C5
for mixed, and $3.1''S4.10 fcr heavy
packing, $3.807 4.C6 for mixed, and $n.!i0
4.10 for heavy packing and shipping
lots. Cattle Estimated receipts for the
day. 3,000; quality fair; market rather
active on shipping and local account;
feeling firm; prices shade higher; quo
tations ranged at $5.i.oi5.45 for choice
to extra st-en. Jt. .")' 5.00 for good to
choi'-e do.. $4.15fi4.70 fair to poodf $3.?fl
C14.2; common to medium do., $3.S5ft4.23
butchers steers. $4.ui5.C0 fed western
steers. $3.75i4.25 Mockers. $4.00&4.SO
feeders. $2.2r,S4.20 cowa. $3.CCt4.0 heif
ers. $2.704X5 bulls, oxen and stags.
$3.60?4.60 Texas steers, and $4.0086.25
Milwaukee, April 29.
Wheat Quiet; No. 1 northern. $l.K.i:
No. I northern. $1.11: May. $1.13Hc;
July, $1.10i4C Oats Firmer: C0?,2Uc.
Hye Steady: No. 1. 61c. Barley Low
er; N'o. 2, 61c; aample. 46&ilc
Hay Timothy, eatO, wUd, trag.
Butter Fair to choice, 143; fresh creamery
Ducks AUre. Te; dressed, 10s.
Coal Soft. lOs. ,
Cattle Butchers ay for cm fed steers
ftVc; eowa and hellers, 3QJ!4e; catves,
INVENTOR OF LhAD PIPE.
first Sac-rested by Kobert Seydell of
PeaosylTMlm In 1S30.
There was born in Milton, Fa., In
lSOOaman of wonderful genius, it is
nid. His name was Robert Seydell, and
be died in 1S47. Four children eurvire,
two of whom reside, hero a son, Jacob
Seydell, end a daughter, Mis. Gray.
Hr. Scydcll was a coppersmith and
was almost continuously working out
oir.e devico connected with the ma
chinery in his factory. To him, it is re
lated by some of the oldest citizens of
this place, belongs tbe discovery of the
process of making lead pipe, and, liko
many ether inventors, the idea of mnfc
iug tbe came was stolen from him nci
further developed to its present form cf
It was in the latter part cf tho thir
ties that tbe idoa suggested itself to
him, and the following is tho way iic
wrought it out: Ho lirst took a blug, or
cr.sti:ig cf lead, placing it on a iuaudn-1,
or rod of steel, atout 1G feet loxij; ami
an iEch in diameter. Tbe mandrel was
biph'y polihedTand npon this ho drew
or roiled out the had to tho fall length
of t'.e red, thus riving bim mi im b
bore, au;l the material wag rolled, it is
aai:l, to a nuc-fourth iuch, making a to
tal (iiauictc-r 1S inches for the liipo.
Afttr ccaipletitig several sections of tho
1. uth of tbo ntaudrel he auldvrcd thtui
totcther, making the pipe of whatever
liu;;;ii bo desired,
lie pat it to practical nse by fatten
in i: to pump heads, aud also running
it fioni springs to connect watering
tronj-bs oud spriugbuuees iu tbo coun
try round about here. Being preutly
pic-.ts d witu b:s discovery aud rcceiv
n:g th3 itiust natt(.nu2 cf coraiucuts
from his friends aud neighbors in this
scet;eu, he concluded to make his in
v utiJii inoro widely known, and heuco
n.adu a visit to 1'hiludclphia, taking
his device with hirn.
At tho Franklin iustitcta in that city
he ?ve his fibt exhibition to o.nito a
nttuiiier cf inventors, artisans aud me
chanics. As it is now rubied, every ouo
v. ho witnessed it was more than de
lighted, nud so expressed himself in
his imiuedito preseuco. It was not loug
that he was allowed to remain iu a con
dition of supreme huppiuessovcr his in
v 'jtijn, for a short tiiuo after ho niHtlo
a disclosure of bis discovery, and wliilo
yet in rhiiadelphia, be found out that
by IL9 persons to whom he had given
au exhibition of tbo process of mnkins
lead pipe his idea had been used and
imi roved npon. Philadelphia Press.
'It Cocts Nothing.
Thackeray tells of a lord who never
saw a vacant place on his estate, but he
took an aenrn out of his pocket and
dropped it in. Never loso a cbauco of
Bavin? a kind word, of doing a kindly
act. It costs nothing.
Tho north if Ireland is justly famed
for holiday rcoorts, for its beautiful
Bce-ncry and mauy spots of historical in
Eat Well, Sleep Well 1
TRY AT ONCE
HI - HI BITTERS
It's the World's
I ALL LE4DIC DRDCCISIS
AN OPEN LETTER
WE AE.E .SSERTIXG IX THE CXXITS OtTl tlCIIT TO i
TUB EXaX.srX USE OK TIIK VPK UA.no::l.,- AX1 ;
"riTarnfs castorlv," as ovit tumcmakil
, DR. SAMUEL PITCHER, cf Uyannte, Ilasscihcscil;,
was the origizzicr cf "C ASTORIA," Ike sens ikat
has lorr.3 end uocs now beer on cici j t
the facsimile signature cfCtf4Z' vracDirA
This is the original "CASTO
the homes cf the Mothers cf
luuk UARtFULLY at
and has the signature
per. no one has cuthenly
The Centaur Company, cfriuch
Do Not Be Deceived.
Do not endanger the life vf your child hy acctptin i
a chcnji substitute which soino tlm-.i.-t r.my olTcr you j
(because he makes a few r.;orc pennies on it), the in-!
grcdients of which even he does nut know.
"Tho Kind You Havo Always Bought"
BEARS THE SIGNATURE OF
Insist on Having
Hie Kind That Never Failed You.
Should remember we have a large and complete
stock of Refrigerators, Cook, ami Gasoline
Stoves, and all kinds of l louschold Goods. Wc
Can Save You Money.
HMEST'S SURPRISE STORE..
1622 SECOXD AVENUE.
IT fill- TlTllTrn
Greatest Tonic and Will Surely
tOUIS L0EB & CO., Wholesale
Rl A" rhich kzs been uscil i.z 1
America for ever thirty year-.
the urappcr and sec that i!
of C&J$fteZZz vran-
fren me to use jt.jj name cirri I
Chas. II Fletcher is President.
Touch the Spot
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