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U1" - HOCK ISLAUD, ILL.. FRIDAY. JUITE 8. 1M4. vtatm Tinma rr-rrs
Just arrived at the BOS
TON STORE. Some
very pretty novelties for
Ladies' and Children's
wear, ine very latest
and most correct thing
Entirely new. No styl
ishly ilressed lady will do
The newest wrinkle in
An elegant line of the
the prettiest production
of the season.
Another new line of
and SUN BONNETS.
COVERS FOR BABY
NOTE: There is always some
n w fad or novelty coming into
"'vl which is indepenatle to
r"rr.Tt ilrcsscrH. As a general
li'ing the stile and elegance
hii h thexfi ' small articles of
la li' V apt arc I initmrt to their
'H'aranc more than rcnar
'"ni f..r the email
The Boston Store prides
Mf on being the first to
show goods to the ladies
& T01I IIAUB.
jCor. Second and Brady.
Seems to be Abating.
Deputies Advancing on Bald
Srikers Fleeing and Trouble
miners are demoralized and fleeing
from Bald Hill. The militia is inaft-
iTe and the nhorifT
deputies to co up on the Hill and
make the arrests. The deputies are
now marching on the hill in annul
of 300, and so far hare met with no
resistance. The onlv darner ipcmn
H) bC that tho Striker mav pvnlruie
vmn muiien uynamite under then).
out resistance is doulited.
MlSMLLOX, Ohio. June 8 Th
Cleveland. Loraine & Wheeling road
made another effort this morninir to
send out two trains from Wheeling
v-recK wun LDilo.l Mates marshals
on board. The trains were forced
oack to Bridgeport liv the strikers.
Iroops will be hronght to Wheeling
Creek and the trains forced through
The New Philadelphia militia com
pany is sun surrounded bv the min
ers at Canal Dover, and are prevent.
ed from joining its regiment at Cam
Kelly Atfandnna HI lluata.
CAIRO, Ills., June . Kelly's men have
abandoned aud destroyed their boats and
are now encamped about five miles out of
city limit. They nnmber between 00
and 1,100 men. The ituation is becutriuK
more critical and considerable excitement
prevails in the city, although the Kellyite
have as yet made no decided attempt to
break through the lines. Two hundn-d
special patrolmen are Ktationvd alons: tbe
northern limits of the city, from the Ohio
to tbe .MimiMtippl river, armed with m
cbestcrs aud Mint Runs. A crent diversity
of opinion exists as to the wisUotn of the
nevenuv Cutler Hear Wrecked.
Sas Francisco, Juno 8. The United
States revenue cutter Dear is almost a to
tal wreck, and possibly by this time is
battered to pieces. That information was
received at l-an Francisco from the lis-
patah of the officers of the well known
vessel, who any she is fast on the rock at
the entrance to the harbor at itka. The
steamer was plowing her way iu to the
harbor at kuou speed wlr.n she struck on
rock aud all effort to get her relief
Gea. Itvwaton Charged with Mamlanchtrr.
London, June b. General John He wit-
ton, of California, has been committed for
trial on tbe charge of manlnughtcr in
having cansed the death of George
ton, an itinerant musician, by thrusting
the point of an umbrella into Lis left ey
Another Chance for the Moh.
Boise, Ida., June 8. Well-founded ru
mor are alloat to the ellert that if the
Coxeyites who are to lie taken to the Ore
gnu line in a few days are guarded by
deputy marshals strong attempts will be
matte at rescue. 1-aoor organizations are
taking up the Coxeyite cause and trouble
Tfie Scotcli-Inslf congress is in
at Ilea Moines with noted eopleot that'
nice present from all over the country.
IS ON TOP
Is so XIWU
Costs lass than Half
and plaaaaa much better
than tha ovar-pricad and
ir- andorsed" kinds.
Judge for yourself.
In Cans. At your Grocer's
I ntdhgence Column.
EJt TOD IN NKKDF
Want a nuk
Want a rUior
Want a sltuatl-m
tant to rent, runns
Wi!t a pen-ant rlrl
Want to sell a fHrm
Want to Mil a faunae
Want to exchange anything
Want t anil bonpebnld sonaa
Want to make any real state loans
Want to sell or trade for anything
Waal to Bad customers for anything
US THESE COLUMNS.
THB DAtl.Y AKOl'S OEI.TVERKD ATYOCB
aoof wert erauiac tot IDe pot week.
POB MUT-THaT GOOD
hi. tar ll.ht boaaekeenlag over David boa-,.
ISIS and IBlT Beci wm.
FEW VOSK KX0AC,IJfE5T
Call or adaraM Ul Taira avsaae.
Major E. M. Morrill Nominated kr tha
Convention for Oovoraor.
Tor EE A, June ft At the first dav'a
session the Republican convention nomi
nated Mayor E. M. Morrill for governor
and W. A. Johnson for tbe supreme
court and adjourned. When the conven
tion reassembled James A.
was nominated for lieutenant governor on
the third ballot, the vote standing: Trout
man, 538: Heiser, 848.
On the money question the resolutions
The American people favor bimetallism
and the Republican party demands the
use of both gold and silver as standard
money, with such restrictions and under
nch provisions, to be determined by legis
lation, as will secure the maintenance of
the parity of values of the two metals,
and that the purchasing and debt-paying
power of the dollar, whether of gold
silver or paper, shall at all times be equal.
The interests of the producers of the
country, Its farmers and its workingmen,
demand that the mints be opened to the
coinage of silver of the mints of the
United States and that congress should
enact a law on importations of foreign sil
ver sufficient to fully protect the products
of our own mines.
The Defeat of tho flank Taa Bill la the
WAsniXGTOS, June 8. The banking au
thorities in congress regard the defeat of
the state bank measure as profoundly sig
nificant of the future of banking and cur
rency in the United States. It is said to
establish as a finality that state banks
and state bank currency will never be re
vived, and that if any change is made
from the present system of national banks
it win be by a nationalize currency.
This construction of tbe vote is arrived at
by a careful analysis of the sectional char
acter of tbe vote.
Of tbe northern Democrats only eight
voted to repeal the restrictions on state
banks, viz.: California two. Illinois one,
Indiana one, Ohio one, New York three.
All the oilier northern Democrats voted
nzainst repeal. Added to this opposition
was the solid Republican vote, south as
well as north. Even the colored Republi
can from South Carolina voted against re
peal. Nine southern Democrats also voted
against repeal, viz.: Maryland four. Dela
ware one, Went Virginia two and Missouri
HAUNTED BY A GHOST.
An Army Ieserter Arrnsii Himself of
the Crime of Murder.
GAI.EnntG, IU., June 8. Police author
ities are exercised over a letter received in
which the writer, Robert Isdale, now ia
the Fort Leavenworth military prison for
desertion from the army, accuses himself
of murder. A year ago lat March a young
man named Men iter was found dead in
the Union hotel in this city, and tbe coro
ner's jury ret urcrd a verdict of death by
asphyxiation, as there seemed to be no
Isdale, however, in his letter says that
when Menifer asked him to get a glass of
liquor be mixed with it a quautity of mor
phine, intending to put Menifer to sleep
and then to take his money. The drink,
however, killed Menifer, and Isdale, who
was a porter in the hotel, left town. He
now says that Menifer's ghost haunts him
nil the time, TtTid asks that at the expira
, tioii of his time at Fort Leavenworth be
be brought back here and punished.
Governor Itickartl'a Proclamation.
Washington, June 8. The proclama
tion of the governor of Montana, forbid
ding tbe contemplated sun dance of the
Cree Indians at Great Falls, is viewed at
the interior department as unwise and un
necessary. There are strict Indian service
regulations prohibiting the dance within
the limits of the reservation though they
do not control the actions of the Indians
BCSS,oni..IT . ti. i.i; t,nnn. m-
cials consider that the proclamation at
taches too much importance to the mat
ter and tbe prohibitory order should have
leen mucie by local authorities. Tho fact
that the state executive has takeu official
recognition of the movement aud prohib
ited the dance is looked upon as unfortu
nate. A. I. A. In the Courts.
Lexington, Ky., Juue 8. A nnmher of
leading members of the A. V. A. brought
an injunction suit agaiust the city coun
cil to restrain it from donating any more
money to the Catholic schools of this city,
claiming it is illegal. The petition sets
forth the fact that for the last twenty
years tbe Lexington council has been ap
propriating $1,0110 per annum in their sup
port, and it is proposed to test i ue matter
tullv in the courts. The fight promises to
be a bitter one, as the Catholics will not
p.ive up the school mouey without str ug
Klc riiysiriau Tarred and Feathered.
Richmond. Va., June 8. Dr. J. F.
gtone, in company witu xiarry Arnom,
while returuiug from a theater at New
port News, was attacked liy a band of ur
teen niH-ked men. who covered him with
tar aud feathers. 1 he victim of these out
rages 1ms received a notice through the
mail that unless lie ieix iou wilu.h
tn-mitv-fnur hours ho would ue iiangeo.
Ir Kmii. in a HrillKD BUOieci, uut I1US
lived iu Newport Jvews lor some time.
lie declares t hat he has no idea why the
insult was offered him.
Gome IieoorMRel Coaejrit.es.
WASiuxtiTOS, Juue 8.-Twtut.y-five New
England Coxeyites under "Captain" Tay
lor, joined the discouraged and hungry
C'txey army. They were foot sore from
thtir walk from KIktou, Md.,and were
surprised aud disgusted to liud that the
Coxey army bad nothing to eat, suv
bread and but little of thut.
Are made prematurely sgel by dic?s (sis-.
km vlenl!l which make them pa'e, 1 stleM.
lw spirited, morose or irritable in temper, easily
tired, forgetful and incapsblc; uu mu ""
and swell the lists of suicide ; separate husbands
and wives; bring untold auffcrinr to millions.
even to the third and fourth generation. Acorn
pleie and scientific troaum on those ailmeou,
their iTmDtoma nature and proper management,
ore Dared by tboss wto have had a vart and uc-
ca.fal experience in tbir treatment sad core,
win be mailed, sacan from observation, in
nlala sealed nvelepe. to ary one sndinir. en-
i ,k M.I. omlca. 10 cents (for posiavai. it
lea. 10 cents (lor postage!, lo
VwM'a Dimnaarr Astoriatioo. t3 alain stntt,
Buftalo. . T,
KECORD OF HAVOC
Made by the Deluging Waters
PEOPLE FIND EEFUGE ON RAFTS
Constructed of the Timbers of Rained
Rames An Unknown Nnmber of Lives
Lost and the Country Full of Scenes of
Misery and Devaatatioa Story of a
Steamer Trip ia Which the Veaael
Steamed Over Submerged Railways.
Vaxcocver, B. C, June The Fraser
river is still rising at Westminster. All
the Canadian Pacific passengers who left
for the east and since then returned to
this city, having found it impossible to
get through the mountains. There are
half a dozen breaks of a serious nature
along the line and the track cannot be
opened for a week. A more serious inter
ruption than- previously reported is due
to a cloudburst in the vicinity of Lytton.
The burst swept tbe railroad for nine
miles from the sawmills flats to Lytton,
where the approaches to the government
suspension bridge, on the old Cariboo
road, were carried away. The waters also
swept away the iron bridge at Ashcroft
and the Canadian Pacific railroad bridge
near Spencer station. The water tore
down the mountain gorges wiih incredu
lous velocity and sent the river leaping
over its banks in a boiling and seething
Stories of Death and DeTastattoa.
Men who returned from upper river
points bring sad stories of death, devasta
tion and desolation, rattlers may be seen
at every station floating on huge rafts
made out of the wrecks of farm build.
iugs, on which they have their families
and their cattle. The government steam
ers are rescuing these as rapidly as possi
ble. One of these rafts was relieved of its
burden by the steamer Glnyds. On the
raft were a man and his wife aud two
children. One of the children was an in
fant, the other 2 rears aud 6 months old.
The horses and cattle constantly threaten
ed to overturn the craft, for they were
moving from side to side in their effort to
secure food. But there was none for the
animals, aud what little there was for the
hutuau beings was nearly exhausted when
the rescue was matlu. The younger child
may die of exposure. It is stated that
there are thousands of families similarly
Many Scenes of Misery.
A newspaper correspondent, who re
turned from a trip above Port lianey on a
rescue steamer. reiorts a tcrnMe state of
utiairs in the upper river. Herds of half-
starved cattle, tied on rafts, with no one to
guide the insecure craft, were seen. Just
above Port Ilaney some desperate rancher
had lieeu playing cards with fate and had
tet his all to win or lose on the last card
by Fending his little stock adrift at the
mercy of the tide. Two houses tied to
swaying rafts glided by. Families were
il the doors with excited faces, but ap
parently safe. A r-d handkerchief wus
furiously waved a short distance off and
the steamer hands were soou lifting out oi
the boat an exhausted, starving farmer
und his wife. The woman had fainted for
want of food. A moment later the steam
er was again hailed. A man from shore
called out that he had seen a raft with two
bodies on iu
Sailed Over Railway Trarks.
After many other exciting scenes the
steamer sailed over the Central Pacific
railroad and tied up at YYharnock railroad
station, which was half under water. The
tieople of iiarnock told numerous tales
of wholesale havoc ami rniu. At Aatzic
two houses and a store floated out toward
the stinier, but the people of the town
were too desperate to ask for assistance.
At Mission City tiie steamer bumped into
a burn covered with chickens. At
i-uinns the greatest suffering was re
ported. Many requests for assistance
were made. As the steamer swung out of
r-umas Indians were seen holding a bar
becue. An ox bad Ueu lr.mt-.eil from the
river ana the iialf-starveii reumeu were
devouring it. The Indian ranches have
been swept away, and, wit h not him; to
cover them but blankets, the Imliaus are
bivouacking upon the mountain sides and
seizing carcasses as they pass by. At
ClulUwack City nothing can be seen but
the tops of the bouses.
Knymotid Excursionist All Right.
FlKLD, 11. C, June 8 The Raymond
and Whitconib party, whose train was
mentioned as having been wrecked in the
mountains and forty people killed, are
omfortably located at the Canadian Pa
cific hotel here. They are waiting for the
repair of the railway west of here.
PREPARING FOR A TIE-UP.
Strike to Take I'lare on Fi:nr Great Rail
CINCINNATI, June 8 President Debs of
tbe American Railway tiuiou is still in
this city. It became known that the
union is preparing to tie up simultane
ously the Big Four, Cincinnati, Hamilton
and Dayton, Louisville and Nashville, and
Queen and Crescent. The uuion is thor
oughly organized oil the lirst two roads.
Debs is extendiug it over the cithers.
Upon the result of this great strike, if
made, will depend the future of the un
ion. The labor troubles on the Queen and
Crescent system, so far as the brotherhood
is concerned, came to a final end.
All of the brotherhood chiefs were pres
ent at the conference of the general griev
ance committee, and acting upon their
advice the committee voted to accept the
ll per cent, reduction in wages. The
committee was here six weeks at a cost
of to.KK), and accomplished nothing. The
Pullman employes of Ludlow, will not
strike, although there are many malcon
tents who will meet Delis.
Heir to a Ureal ortune.
West SlTElilon, Wis., June 8. Dr.
Thomas A. Jamison, of this city, left re
cently for Edinburgh, Kcollaud, with vis
ious of a great inheritance aluiost within
bis grasp. He has for three years been a
practicing physician of this city. The in
iieritauce to which the doctor claims to be
a direct beir amounts to at least t0,OOU,
14). This sum of mouey has been accum
ulating for 134 years.
No other medicine has eaaaled
Hood's Sareaparilla in the relief it
give in severe casea of dyspepsia,
eick headache, etc.
amp PEOPLE WITH
TOO MUCH MONEY
Are requested not to read this advertisement
It's not for them. It's for people who are hard
up, but who want t o continue to wear good
clothing for little money. These prices are on
the 10-cents-a-pound wool basis:
Be sure it's the
Seven Per Cent
We desire to call attention to
the fact that we have constant
ly on hind and offer for sale
at par and accrued interest
First Mortgage Loans
In sums of $200 and upwards,
secured on improved farms
and other choice real estate,
running from one to live years
and drawing SEVEN per cent
A Word to the
Wise is Sufficient.
The shrewdest investors are
now calling in their money or
fathering it together to pat in
these seven per rent loans
while they can be had.
The securities we offer are
especially adapted for the in
vestment of savings and trust
funds, as our' personal atten
tion to all tbe details of the
loan, from its date to its ma
turity, relieves the bolder
from all annoyance, except to
present his coupon to us for
collection, for lurtner inior
ination call at the office of
JACKSON & HURST,
GEO. F. EOTO.
Supt. Loan Department
I make a specialty of repairing or
furnishing parts for any
Bicycle, and guarantee
satisfaction on ail work
If your wheej needs attention try
me. Hair Clippers and
Razors sharpened on short
Child's Blouse Suits, worth $i, for
Child's Combination Suits, worth $5, for
Overalls (Blue Demin) worth 50c, for
Overalls (White Painters) worth 35c, for
Boys' Suits (good ones) , worth $4, for
Men's Suits, worth $8, for -Men's
Suits, worth $10, for
Men's Suits, worth $12, for ...
Men's Suits, worth $13, for ...
Men's Satinette Pants, worth $1.25, for
Childs' and Youths' Straw Hats, worth 35c, for
Men's and Boys' Sweaters, worth $1, for
Men's Underwear, worth 35c, for ...
Jean Pants (riveted buttons), worth $1, for
Men's Fedora Hats, worth $2, for
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