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THE AUG US. SATOEDAT, JAXTJARV.2S,!l8S(0.
"Anheuser Standard." "Pale Lager," "Anheuser-Busch Dark." "
Afft V. The Food-Drink. A boon to nursing
tSl&t's3tl'lI& mothers, the aged, feeble and convalescent
Why arc Allcock's the best plasters?
Because the' make the cures where all
others fail. Why do they make the cures ?
Because they contain the right materials.
Compare their fine aromatic odor with
the nasty smell of all other plasters.
Tour sense of smell will tell you which
is the best. Did you know that Allcock's
have a greater sale than all the other kinds
put together? Did you know that all
makes and brands of so-called porous
plasters are in imitation of Allcock's?
But they imitate in appearance only.
Don't waste your money in buying the
false. Got ALLCOCK'S, the standard
plaster of the world.
A Provoldng TasK
JSD ONE which it enough to make the righteous pro
fane and be forgiven, ia an old stove that won't draw
when one ia in a hurrr for their breakfast. When
yoa can buj a- aaperior stove or range that Is handsome and
useful, a good baker, and ot the very best manufacture,
that we sell at such low prices why bother with a use
less old hulk.
1 BAKER & KNOX
HA.B1' KB 1IOU3K.
0ME TRIAL BOTTLE
This Of fir Almost
Muf prapsratieas tntadd to Watifjr the compteriea fcavs tailed, .-incw tber do moi prodacw a
tenia : th. .MB. neeam ti. H.11 Coaapleiloa Tnw bu sach aa affect. It
.accawda where all iwn HnMn H'.nvlj fL Thu crwal r-.n.dy. discovered br the atiaae
Bell. i6.Nont wmPltiKm penaU.ta. o No. 71 Fifta Amu. . York tit), carrn o9 ail
Impanlwa. '"ooJ lore. u ia. aarfaea of tn. body. It nhllutun, and nui(
"" appuea. 1 rscaiea, yuapm, Biacanoaam. naih pawbea. wtuUIm. Iiw
THB AISSES BELL. T8 FUtfc
The Misses Bell's Complexion Tonic, Complexion Soap, Skin and Food
Vci'ilo are for sale bv all druggists."
Proaounced by Connoisseurs
The Kinj of Bottled Beers."
It holds the world's record
for purity, quality and output.
More than 600,000,000
bottles of this one brand have
b the leader of the. other
famous brews of the ANHEUSER
BUSCH BREWING ASS'N. "Black
and Tan." "Faust." MicheJob."
Cor. Nineteenth street
and Second Avenue.
As External Tonic Applied ta tie
SiAM. Be astir ics It aa y tUgic
THE DISCOVERY AGE
A Wonia was tin Iaveatr.
OiiiaM. ana eraptioaa d .mcar. aad lae aia aw
Cvtn ofi aad rrwy aa a baby a.
Th. II IU.il will thw month KTm to all who
call at trvrir parton. a frvo trial fcoule ortbairUaes
rll" Toaic Tboe wt-e liva at a dwtaace may
bT a froa bnttla by adir S cants in ailver or
taxpa to eover to. l off paeamc and d.lrrortnc.
1 h pnea vf this woadoriai Iobm is Um IMIaz a
The V!n rll' w boo. -Sect.n af Boaaty."
ia ooat !- 1 1 toll, boo- a raa ma aad
scf d mrplMoa. (xMxrial cfcapt.r. oa to.
car. of tbo barr. tow to pr..r its color aad
lo.tr.. Co o aa advaaaad aaw. Atoo bow to awt
rtd of sapwi flomia bair oo too seek aad arma wrtlv
avt raiury to tboaaia. Taie vaiaabla tin., wail
otimi to any aoarau oa reqaaab Con
I ourdiaUf solicited Addraaa,
anois, Kcw York City.
TOO MUCH CASH USED
California's Legislative Commit
tee Reports on the Sena
URJUiT UUILto 111 4UiS A JiEBUlL.
fold to Han Pat as Bluch as $50,000 Into
Ilia Klght for the Tog-a Other Candi
date Exonerated - Speaker Wright De
clared Deserving of More Than Centura
for Kinuons Proceeding Wlaconaln
Stragjle Has No End in Sight.
t-acramer.to. Cal.. Jan. 2S. The spe
cial committee eppointed to investigate
into scarriiS connected with the e.ec-
tion of T."n!t3d States senator, filed
Us report yesterday. The commit
tee finds that Howard K. Wright.
rpeaker of the assembly, received fro-n
V. S. Orant. Jr.. throush Grant's politi
cal manager. Ii:ton J. Green, $500 as c
Bift and ?"0 as a loan: that Wright,
prior to his election, deceived John C
Spreckels and W. S. Leaka to secure
their support for th? speakership, stat
ing: that he vj unpledged to any sen
atorial candidate: that by promising to
vote for Robert X. Bulla for I'nited
States s;nator he secured Duila's sup
port for the si?akPrsh!p; that by the
acctctance of Grant's money and by
the solicitation of raniel M. Burns' in
fluence to scrure h'? election as speak
er Wripht led each of these candidates
for United States senator to expoct his
Report Flits V. S. Grant.
The report further states that Milton
S. Green, the duly appointed and ar
credited aprent of V. S. Grant, Jr., ex
pendrd lur.se sums of money, exc?edin;
in the atrresate $20,000. but the exact
amount of which is to the committee
unknown. t. secure the election of
Republican lK'elature. The comm'ttee
tinds that P. M. Hums. Robert N. Bulla,
W. H. 1. Barnes and the other sena
torial candidates, except Grant, ex
penned no money and rromised no
patronnpe to i romote their respective
Wright Deserves More Than a t ensure.
The committee of Investisation. rec
ommends: First. That the conductor
Howard n. Wriffht. speaker of the as
sembly. a3 above set forth, be he'.d to
lx reprehensible in an extreme decree.
and that no more censure on the part of
the assembly can meet the require
ments of Justice, hut the matter of
adequate punishment be lefl ent:rely to
the assembly, without recommendation
from the committee.
Condemns Sarh Cash Expenditures.
Second. That the expenditure of
arpe sums of money in aid of the candi
dacy of a tTnited States senator in the
manner above set forth is wrong an.l
reprehensible. In that It is calculated
to corrupt morals, to debauch thu
political system, to deter poor men of
ability from entering upon a. senatorial
rampalgn, and to give to the rich an
unwarranted and unjustifiable advant
age over men of equal ability and qual
lira t ions, but of limited means. That
the receiving- of money by legislative
andidates from probable senatorial'
candidates cither directly of indirectly.
in aid of their own candidac y is rep
rehensible for the rame reasons.
The effect of the committee report Is
variously estimated. Some insist that
It will tend to break up Grant's forces.
whi Grant's friends insist that it will
only bind them tcjrether -losjr than
JJINKTY RAM.OTS AMI VO CHOICE.
Situation In the Fight tor Wisconsin's Sen.
ator Pennsyl vanin's lw.adlrlc.
Madison. Wis., Jan. 2S. Though nine
ty ballots have been taken in the Re
publican caucus for thf selection of a
nited States senator to succeed John
L. Slitchr!! the question of who that
successor will be is nov.- as far from be
ing solved as ever. Joseph V. Quarles
is still in the lead, wth 40 votes; Ste
phenson and Cook. 20 each: Babeoek, 16,
and Webb. 10. Early yesterday three of
Stephenson'B supporters swung over to
Cook, causing not a little excitement.
This was done, it is said, to keep the
Cook men in line, some of whom wete
reported to be on the verse of going to
A report wa.s current yesterday that
In the event of any ora of the Republic
an candidates getting f.0 votes In the
joint assembly the Democrats would
quickly settle the controversy by throw.
Ing their entire strength 17 votes to
that candidate, tlius giving him the
necessary 67 votes, cr enough to elect.
Harrisburg. Pa.. Jan. 28. A caucus of
tfce..Derpocra;U' senators a.nd renresen-
Results from a $
J T t -
, and can
be Cured,, by
s Dr. J. H. McLEAN'SS
1 Liver and
A Certain Remedy for
Diseases of the Liver, Kid-
$ neys and Urinary Organs. $
TOCX, Sl.00 PCS B0TT1X.
VOX sVAXX BT $
V Baboscn unci T. II. Tliouias.
Itatives wc Held yesterday afternoon
O n-kUk : . . . . .
" "" it was cecicea to remain away
from today's and Monday's sessions of
me joint assembly. Many of the legis
lators have business to attend to. and
to prevent an election of a United
States senator by the Republicans they
have decided to absent themselves from
tne convention. The anti-Quay Repub
iicans nave taken similar action. Quay
ruined a vote yesterday by the ab
eence witnout a nsir of H esrintt f
scnuyklll (Democrat), who is ill with
jjiieuiuuiiia. Karron cr ueaver was
present and voted for Quay.
Wants the Federal Judges Elected.
Topeka. Kan.. Jan. 2S. S. H. Allen,
ex-associate justice of the Kansas su
preme court, who is president cf the
Ftate Bar association, in his annual ad
dress before that body yesterday spoke
of the "Federal Judiciary." He criticised
the system which installs federal judges
In office for life, and ursed that they
rhould be elected by the people for a
term of six years. Having social posi
tion justices of the federal courts, he
said, naturally fell into the association
of the wealthy.
crn.x isutr-K .dknce party.
9nranltlon to Get I'ncle Sam Ont of the
Inland Brigandage Talk Exaggerated.
Havana. Jan. T8 Dr. Castillo is going
o Remedios in order to confer with
General Maximo Gomez regarding the
formation of the projected Cuban inde
pendence party. The plan which has
been discussed at small meetings here
of notable Cubans has one idea th
termination of the military occupation
of the island as soon as possible. The
Spaniards have boon Invited to Join in
the movement and will be given pro
portionate representation on the com
mittees. The general purpose Is to draw
into the party the educated and
wealthy and not to allow the military
element to control It.
The chiefs of the Cuban army will
learn in a day or two from the mem
bers of the returning commission of the
impossibility of obtaining from the
TTnited States government the sum of
$40,000,000, or any amount approaching
that, to pay the Cuban army. Conse
quently it will rest with the army to
disband or to continue to hold together
until the sum of $3,000,000. which has
heretofore been regarded trivial, is re
ceived. Santiago de Cuba, Jan. 28. After a
thorough investigation, including care
ful inquiries among the planters, mer
chants and business men of all classes
In the entire district of Guantanamo,
it is safe to say that the reports of
incendiarism, brigandage, sugar cane
burning and other lawlessness in this
region have been greatly exaggerated.
President Hat No Policy.
Washington. Jan. 28. After the cab
inet meeting yesterday two cabinet ofll-
cers when asked regarding the Philip
pines said that at no time in cabinet
session or privately had the president'
expressed to the cabinet his intentions
as to the final disposition of the islands
and added that the president has not
determined what disposition the inter
ests of the United, States would make
necessary. Agoncillo. Aguinaldo's en
voy, denies the sf'n'ry that he has sent
Incendiary dispatches to bis chief.
Chicago Woman's Temple.
Chicago. Jan. 28. The Chicago Young
People's Christian. Temperance Union
which has Just formulated and sent out
a plan for lifting the entire debt from
the Woman's Temple, Is bending all its
energies to making a great demonstra
tion at the temple on Feb. 17. Its plan
which Is to divide the $500,000 necessary
to free the building from debt into 80,
000 shares of $10 each. Is meeting with
hearty Indorsement and co-operation
(illicit Makes a Comprointitc.
Kansas City, Jan. 28. Grant G. Gil-
lett. the Kansas cattle trader who re
cently failed with liabilities aggre
gating over $1,000,000. has turned all hi:
property over to his creditors, and it is
stated that the latter have promised
that no criminal action shall be insti
tuted against him if lie shall return
Baltimore and Ohio To ITe Sold.
Baltimore. Jan. 28. Judges Goff and
Morris, in the United States circuit
court yesterday, handed down a decree
for the foreclosure and sale of the
Baltimore and Ohio railroad under the
consolidated mortgage, and appointed
A. S. Dunham and Arthur Lw Spamer
special masters to make the sale.
Fatal Train Wreck In Ohio.
Chilllcothe. O.. Jan. 28. The south
bound Ohio Southern passenger train
was wrecked near Coa'.ton at 1:30 p. m
yesterday. Kr.gireer Wright w as killed
the fireman fatally scalded and six pas
sengers hurt, Mrs. Rapp seriously. Tho
whole train was derailed and rolled
down the bank.
Hero's Widow Gets a Pension.
Washington. Jan. 28. The pension
bureau has granted a pension of $12 a
month to the widow of Chief Yeoman
oeorge it. .hills, the only man in our
navy killed at Santiago in the annihil
ation of Cervera's fleet. He came from
Three Children IS timed to Death.
Joplin. Mo Jan. 28. While Mr. and
Mrs. Thomas Malley, living on Cedar
creek, Newton county. Mo., were at
church, their three small children, whom
they had left locked In the house at
home, were burned to death.
Dlas Appoints aa Ambassador.
Mexico City. Jan. 28. President Diax
yesterday appointed Manuel Asplraz.
assistant secretary of foreign relations.
to be ambassador to Washington.
A woman in London recently had ber
pocket picked, one of the articles beiDg
a sealed and nnad dressed envelope, con
taining a a note. The next day she re
ceived back the stolen articles, with the
following explanatory note:
Dear Madam Tho exigencies of my profes
sion led m Just now into possession of yoar
parse, when I find 00 chUiimrn. -which I appro
priato to my own needs, and these- papers,
which I return to too, I do this because 1 feel
especially desirous to restore this little white j
envelope, which I hare not been indiscreet
enooch to open. I know very well that whea
a Tonne woman gora ont with a little white
envelope so carefully carried in her porketbook
that this envelope contains a love letter which
she is seeking a chanoa to address secretly to
her beloved. I will not wrong your lover by
taking the sweet words and kisses which yoa
meant for him, and I am very sorry that I
have evea for a short time delayed his receiv
ing his letter. May yoa be happy, dear girl,
with htm whom too havw chosen, and be-1 leva
always in the guod wishes of your o'uedicat
STTAIlfc- . - '
... Mention onen "..i.ritwinsv te
action. D,"":.i..nrt iheiise-
U?u' real, organic
lis no-c." disease
Itwo: organs --- disease
Ible: Pi"":." i. restored.
1 A cVr.J" '.h,.re. lni-
Era, 01 it.-- .1 -worn"" "'.- with
Ivesrs cm. --. ,nWt,le.
- ,nd esnsed an irrev.
Sho'h-5 mnch Pata in""
1 . ...Meet to irt-M"- -
,pells '. in vain:
m t TTcart
in?tK" " tried in vatn: V' ,
e to treat t tat 'V" aP;tiie come
V 1 1 woults. titrai 1 i-,neit ana
5rL;..i. more than."" .
' 1 verv common cite. -ve thJ
t1"",:. the means
d -ir Vills for raiB
all the riem.
if and ncu
posed ) may dive
Pink Pills for Pale Peopfe afford
cure. You do not have to take
initely. Beware op imitations
If your druggist
ODiam xnem from me ur.
Williams Medicine Co., Sche
nectady, N.Y. Sent postpaid
on receipt of price, fifty
cents per box; six boxet,
$2.50. A booklet telling
how to cure Constipation
3 f-ktaJLs. teV C4 r M r
rrituuuu muiwiii.oiiv ice.
FEATURE WAS SPECULATION, j
Which Took an lute. est in Ci.tton and
Wheat During the Week.
New York, Jan. 2S. Bradstrcet's says:
The apparent steady rise in the tide of
general business has been dK'ersified
this week by an outburst of speculative
Interest in a number of staples, notably
cotton and wheat, which heretofore
have registered steady gatr.s on actual
consumptive demand rather than on
speculation. Large transactions and
buoyant prices have been features in
these staples, end signs are r.ct want
ing that sympathetic though smaller
movements in a number of other lines
are either under way or contemplated.
Exceptional Industrial activity, partic
ularly in the iron and steel trades, is
another feature cf note, and here, too.
price advances Ere all but peneral.
While it is hardly pcssible to fix the
entire responsibility for the buiijshness
In wheat and cotton upon the movement
which so far has proved so successful
In stocks, the claim Is freely made that
considerable profits realized In thestotk
market have soucht expression in the
channels of staple food and textile dis
tribution. But the mcnituoe of the
outburst of new buying shared in by
former persistent shorts in wheat alone
hardly explains the activity in this mar
ket which has resulted ia the hiphest
prices reached since the collapse of th"e
Business fanurcs are fewer In num
ber, aggregating 46. against 262 last
week. 288 in this week a year ano, -6 in
1S37, C93 in 1S96 and 312 in lf5.
Funeral of A. II. tisrland.
Washington, Jar. 18. Brief funeral
services over the re-rrnir.s of tfc late
ex-Attorney Oenera! (icrlar.d w:.! be
held at the Colonial hetel this aftcrr..::
nt 2 o'clock, llev. Father Lee, c;f St
Walt hews" Roman Catholic thurch. con
ducting them. Afterwards the body
will be sent to Arkansas. The active
pall-bearers will be II. J. May. farmer
law partner of Sir. Garland: Kerrespn
tative Hugh Dinsnvire: James Marr ar.d
William Stansbury, of the spremecourt:
F5. V.r. Hobson. HoTmes Conrad. Major
FYank Strrnn and Cclone-I Itobert A.
No Wine at the Feast. .
Galesliurg, Ilia.. Jan. 28. A mr e'.ing of
the l:cal Ketail Slerthants' association
was held to decide as to serving wine
at the banquet of the state association
during its annual convention here
Feb. 7. and 9. The meeting
was the result of a hot fight which has
been waged on the question ever since
the entertainment committee an
nounced two weeks ago that the ban
quet menu would include liquor. Th !
motion to strike liquor from In ban
quet menu was passed unanimously.
Members Roitl Taro PolllionsT
Washingt'-n. Jan. 2S. A r'.ugh can
vass has Iwn made of the house com
mittee on judiciary as to their views on
the question of declaring' vat ant eat
h?ld by members holdirg outside offices,
which Is understood to disclose that
fourteen of the seventeen members lndi
vidulall7 favor declaring these seats va
cant, although this view haa not yet
been epesd. Ja.. vols.....
Hem r he Natural Lures
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1 7. "the
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'-nil severe cnos...
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K.-..ine ie - . 1 1...0
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nrvto give ' -
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does not sell the
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Cliicago Grain anil Prodau..
Chicago. Jan. 27.
Following were the quotations on the
Board of Trade today: .
Wheat open. High. Le.w. rinse.
.78 $ .79
7 t .7M.4
Sk AQQ&ceT ana XAcrva Totc
.74 .76V6 .74 .7.-.V
.38 .3i .SSiA -SH,
.ZS .C9"3 .8T .31)' 2
.26 .27 .iG'r .27
May Z.T'hit 5-25 5.20 5.LT.
Produce: Butter Kxtra crean.er
les. lSV4??19c per n: extra dairies. ltiW
17c; fresh packing stock. 114 HVjC Kgg3
resh (stock. l.'a?iI5c per doz n
Dressed Poultry Turkeys. Sjllc j rr
lb; chickens, tSc; ducks, Ci
geese, 6(fSc. I'otatoes Common to
choice. ?0fr27c per bu. Sweet Potatoes
Illinois, S1.00I&S1.75 per bhl. Apples-
Common to fancy, Jl.&us 3..-.0 per bbl.
Cranber'ies Wisconsin bell ar.d bugle,
Chicago Live Stock.
Chicago. Jon. 27.
Hogs Kstlmated receipts for the day.
30.000; sales ranged nt K.'l'Su-Z.r,'! for
pigs. $3.55ft3.S0 for light. 3.G:fc3.70 for
rough packing. l:i.5o(!i3.S7-. for mixed.
and $3.703.92H for heavy packing and
shipping lots. Cattle KPiiinated re
ceipts for the day. 3.or.O; quotations
rarced $5.CSi&6.S0 choice to extra steers.
J4.55S5.40 good to choice do.. S4.50';i5.C'O
for fair to good. J4.H-iJi4.75 common to
medium do., J4.0C&4.20 butchers' steers.
$4.10&5.60 fed westerns steers. $3.2ne
4.fi0 feeding steers. J2.0fli4 10 cows. 12. CO
W4.S5 heifers. $2.50614.25 bulls, oxen and
stags t3. 30(55.15 Texas steers, and 14. tX)
(fG90 veal cclver. hhf-ep iind Lambs
r-timated receipts for th" day. 6.C00;
quotations ranged .at $.;.ftt(6 4 20 west
erns. 2.ub4.25 natives, ar.d JJ.1030.CO
Milweukee, Jan. 27.
Wheat Firm: No. 1 r.rrthein. 'iTB
75c: No. 2 northern. 74r. flats
Steady: 3031c. Bye I !igh-r: No. 1.
58Via59c. Barley Firm: No. 2. WE
I2c; sample. 44i&51c.
Hy Timorbr. tr.W&.&; wild. Kai7.
S raw 4H.NirVr.-..
Potatoes New 35c.
Butter Fair to choice. 15s: fresb creamery.
Kv'ir I Sc.
bicsenx-Spr.njr c per pound.
f niekH fto per pound.
Turkev Alive, c per pouod.
Coal - Soft. I'lo 1
Cttle Butcbem nav for cirn fed Ktccnt
49-Sc: cows acd heifer's 3 ilc: cleK,
Deanty la Blood Deep.
Clean hlood mean a a. clean skin. No
beauty without it. CaacareU, Candy Cathar
tic clean your u'.ood and keen it clean, by
stirring up the lazy liver and driving all im
purities irom the body, liegin to-day to
banish Dimples, boila. blotches, blackheads.
and that sickly bilious complexion by taking
Cases rets. beauty for ten cent. All drag
guts, Hlufactiou guaranteed, 10c,25c,$0c
you after cating?p
uo you n&ve a yeiiow
tongue, bad complexion, i
bad t&ste in the mouth?
Do you suffer from wind c
on the stomach ? Con-r
st i potion?
inese tnmos arise tro
Digestion depends on
the regular supply of diges
tive fluids or'Ferments
by certain gUnds.Ojj
cpf rinn . htrnmoe
insufficient or irregular,
.Williams' PinK Pills,
for Pale People cause
these glands to resume
their normal action and
good digestion results.
(of which most so-called
DvsDCDsiaa cures arc com
the pills indef-
genuine you can
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