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Miriican Presidential : Can-
CHiCAoK Jnln Hoi. W. F.
-rrit, "ebtirniftB of -1& bkUonkl
locrtti-cMiaittM. trrWed this
ornln. . Tk extoatlr con ml t tee
ta ttlonal eoamlttac 1 net at
oob, Mty Harrlty " prMldig. All
BMrnlMrt of U aomtnlttee were
irtMal iimt Cabl. ; Th eemmit-
MttOBM tat Into tteontlra tog
; doawflh narU;Bt ike Tirions
W- Tb vbMBmlttM of the os
'jnl e)noetBUe bimUUle oommit-
. jfr, ooBUUir ( ScBBtors Jones,
' d r BppolaUd yMUrday
' 5 o ni4W3 wl tk tht tXBCotlT com-
. rt;r , . Mpory luimu,' wen
nsfttj Mr'ltUd Bad clostUd. It
aot t mcala wbctaer tatra will
NKihMril iiltpotltloa la the eon
fTtBitoA-toowta lead of the 1111
Mil drjBtj la dadariBf for the
SarBgatioa of tba tWo-tairdt rale.
BCamUoaBblT, iowtiaf, therein
oi factlca ' fBTortbla to that
tbb. ' '
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iBToa, Jalv L ItoKlaler drore
4h Fort Wayaa tUlloa thU noro-
r to BMfila ranalaif aaate and in-
iQtd gaeai, Cam. OarrtjttHBbart. A
. crowd wbb,"b4 the elation to
;r1ueea the BMetiag: The eandi
- 1ata waraaly jcreeted eaoh other.
1 m Jted elde by tide to tho car
v JT. 'aa-tl the appUnte of a blK
Taey. rode ' at once to Me-
realdenee. at la aot proba-
, yr "Mtb.r McKt
ler or llobart
Mjr -Wi fa-t Jy i ab-
wve-ta eecirred la the abaft
ahortlrkfter 8 thla morn-
were near the
ther eraah came,
to be immenae.
V plk-; ' whe
Ta it aai
he reaonera were
aa back 100
ea tombed men la
The root coo-
A inM b ahow i
of cracking and
ore faRa are, a spec ted.
' .ramn an4naswi is Dai
Canroao. fjbaa., Jaly 1 Har-
Bat tMa. a. AtA
V maaaaera of tba family were at
wr oeatioe. ; ; . .v
.. tr ? . a at'
M . ... . X' . ...
( a tip win sst vi t J wfv lunna.
a uong, 4. wVaaSaat ad Nettie
TkeAbaertUe easadowa with
BtBUUceUlo-a,' ) the Verne
Kfia. wa la had oWr.
Tkaatacaat water at tke . Bock
d taiiiaf ; tae ur
xae water a a"
'.Ubk at b!1 pc4'
bete a f bit
are tke Hver will
at from (U Peal to
c J' ' 1 1 'I
d year addraea to H. E. Bock-
VO.J Cbicairo. Bad ret a fre
box at Dr. Klat'e New Life
tnai wiu eoaviace tonM
irmerita. These na are ... t.
4oaaadare partlcalarlf cfeeli.
tae eara of Const! nation and ai
3daca. For malaria and u..
Vabaw Oeyaarebaam proved la-fffJ-
They are Kaaraateed to be
tree arom ertTT acieterioaa
" "3e aad to be tMSt?vei.afki-
i aet weaken W dtalr mi..'
CiTT boaa to ttomack and
m.iw r bo.
f tkla taraooaaad
; ttaaiar ahowera
-aa wczn aontaerlj
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'T? -1 Jt RIOTERS CLTTRRET). abbrevuted teleoh i i -- . .. .. ... -r ;
, e., Jb't L There are
'-of e Cj4, lmpriaoned
1 I'm im td mine. This
' at. i Caere ia no rea-
- The wire of
n H their men,
I f ells Uinputed
and went to
-. i C a as3t coal minea,
. I f -." f kmiUes, bat
- V been at any
w itbnt hour the
' it. k ebiee 4 o'clock
J" t i-xt shift went on
r reported that
o to thin
too, nn tai
by the ttn
At 8 o'ca
men who I
ranie oot I
thr hod 4
which are Is
by a Matiqear-f
t of the fallen
t load It in con
(" arwlof the slope
xae point where
the men are
aoae la eUllooo feet
work of loadlaw v
t CI continued the
LJkTKR.- - glhal-. m-nvln tin.
neenrred t- ;- m iaari'- lot the Twin
Mhaft. Tk T-lTt was la tat portion of
the minn'a .M-e the riotims are thought
to be. I aiaae a tarribto -maort and was
heard all : the town. JTbe full mnst
have been a Tery bnary one. It had the
rffvet of OrtTtna the reeenen out of the
tlope, for the ambers ac-wad them inime
J in fly heaa to sway aad entck.
When the U o'eteok shift came out of
the mine some of eke aaea reported baling
heard what they thought were rappings
in that part of the miae wkeee the victims
nre mippoted to be. Five men headed by
Daniel Loar hniasdiately Yt)lunte?red to
crawl over aba walla aadaoewhnt could
bo loarnett, Thsy were told that they
might journey at their own rink, and they
'totted, laejr were la the mlno when the
cave-in ommiied, bat escaped unhurt.
FLORIDA rOUTrCIAN fiOYCOTTED.
Ds Cbaags4 BOs Xla aS4 Violated Bis
wjr Basse assastsetioa.
PAD! Cmr, July V the feeling In this
county atrJaet Btijoomb Iforxe, who was
a ilflogaes to the rseent state Democratic
wnventU la so bitte that a crowd oace
pjthered f Ike
e oC tarring and
--thlm from the
A finally pre-"-alDit
, ' vote that de
. aelutions.. The
feathering1 ' 1 1
vailed .1 i ' .
rauwd bj l
finted tie t.JS
delegates from tLj
by the csunty joaeeullop to voto for free
il ver at Deals a3 the time, and it was pn
Morse's motioa taat the Inatructions were
given. ; ' "
The fight betwrV ancUailverat
OcaU we -rery , aai Jfefse's fre
qiifnt oemfrrraecs wTTS" the leader of the
gold forees caused comment. When the
convention finally voted on the silver res
olutions the vote stood ITS for. to 173
agalr.st. The gold leaders, who were sit
ting near Mono, gave the latter a signifi
cant look. 'Whatever that look meant it
cnaiod Horse. to change bis vote .to "No."
thu rsqehtg a tie and defeating the silver
WbenP 1 -V4
ervloe 4 j .
M rdnea, y
sgainst l '
Ion knew no
rby shouts. of
j(as been ostra
itve nothing to
el at a religious
iy charch last
e signal for an
jg to worship in
las boon advised
aattil the feeling
r sea r Kaamoad.
Cmei, " r ' Li-Fallowing are the
Leagaeaow --L41: .-At Chicago
CleveJaal X at Brooklyn
Phllar " A 1 f B 5; at St. Louis
l'lttstv B, I , I 2; at Louisville
Cincir ' y.v-e8; at Washington
3fl 3; at Baltimore
u'tft. Paul Minne-
t: Milwaukee Kan
14:- at. Columbus
imbustti at Indlan-
a: - At Unbaquc
j -6; "at Burlington
1'9;-. at Ilea Moines
,. ! lolnes 6; at Cedar
' w aVWaM.
Jnly 1. Charles J.
C of the state board of
itnad from Belleville,
a! eetOcinent between
Wa tors of the Crescent
M agreement being
men will start to work
Male of . wages as ex
I dosed down several
km men will be given
aaloa will aot be
Dane aa CSl
la ell here la an effect
4. coats of tar and feoth
V citizens. The tramps
s a farmer named Aus
tin eook them a, -aaeai, and eae, who was
drank, bit Austin and was promptly
knocked down. ileeaase of toe late mur-
derof SIterinVBosjBra by tramps the ctti-
aeas dectded ta aaare en example or taese
tWOv - . - -i
'; j'tanara rrsparlac to atrake;.lf
Nrw ToaK, July 1. Tae Brotherhood of
Tailors nd tberMlabera, bsMsrs, cvtaera
and trimmers o-eleel anions ta affllia-
tloa with Oe-Corksd Garment Workers of
America ate planning a strike which may
Involve, thousands of workers. The claim
Ii ill lint taa eootractprs Bhwemade a
4tper cant; redncHow la the wage ecale.
besasmieosaBstaaai meat aad women to
work longer aowra. . . '-
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. Waaananoa Jaly I.1 The Holt will
case, rereotly deckled la favor of the heirs-aa-law.
was broagbt ap again yesterday
on a atotioa for a new trial. Taosnotson
was overralad, aad eswaael for tae baae
aciariea under tae aJV-d will will bow
appeal tae ease to the ltrtctcoartof ap
laam. . , -' ' ' - :
. Km Jalv 1. riraia the
Tort MoaU' --t a t--ial r-Ooaloa
m te tk. V . 1 . - I M T 17 1 . - I rv r-r-r I
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Violanca of Cleveland Strikers
'" Wearies the Police.
CLUBS ABE 8H0WIT0 BETBTJKP3.
Attoaiaas to "Peranade- Koa-Tjalealsts to
Qalt Work Make It Xasessary to Oaard
TUem Street Car ; Motoraws latfasi.
dmtcdbr U x aad asanes Tarawa
Thca tha Clab Oat. lata Aettaa aad
laera Is a Unljr Tlaaa.
Cletelaitd, July 1, For nearly a
Brown Hoisting and Conveying company 1
oas oonnnuea witn irequeni, tnongn in
dividual, attacks by strikers upon work- j
men who had taken their places. The
police have been patient under the abuse '
of the idle men. but yesterday far the first
time violence was shown, the officers, and J
they dealt the strikers a blow with a heavy '
hand. At S o'clock in the afternoon 170
employes of the Brown company were !
marched from the works under th escort I
of eighty policemen to the car tracks on '
Ft. Clair street. A crowd of 2,000 men,
women and boys gathered and began
hooting and hissing.
Motormea Afraid to Stop, r
Two motor cars came alomr and wem
signaled to stop, but the strikers yelled, '
uo ahead, don't stop," and the motor-
men increased their speed and whizzed by.
'ihe police then marched the men in their
charge a block fnrther away to a corner
and halted for another car, the roaring
crowd following. Some one in the crowd
threw a- big stono which struck Patrol
man Keidel and cnt his hnnd onen. Dcn-
tity Chief of Police McMahon then gave
a pre-arrangea signal and tho crowd was
given a terrible lesson. '
Police Charge am the Mob,
Forty policemen swung out into line
and the other forty closed in around the
men they were protecting. The first forty,
nnder command of Captain English and
Lieutenant Dunn, charged the crowd with
riot clubs, and they hit to break beads.
Two rashes up the street sent the crowd
in that direction flying and left a dozen
men lying on the pavement with bleed
ing heads. Then the police charged twice
In the opposite direction and then down a
side street, using their clubs vigorously.
Mora Titrable Now Expected.
They scattered the crowd effoctuallv and
arrested four of the ringleaders, after split
ting the scalp of one of them. In the
meantime the police guarding the work
men stopped a car almost by force and
sent their charges away. No one was dan
gerously hurt by the clubbing, so far as
can be ascertained, but there are scores
or broken beads. Sertous trouble is feared
this afternoon and a heavy guard of police
will be on the ground.
NO MERCY FOR PENSION CROOKS. .
Tha. frrsaiasat Befoses Pardons to Thrae
- Attorneys Caaght to Rascality.
WASHlsriTow, July L The president
has always shown a disposition to deal
severely -with persons who defraud pen
loners and otherwise violate the pension
laws, and this tendency is well exhibited
in his action upon three applications for
pardons in such casus taken just before
his departure from the capital. These
were the "cases of Andrew Books, ' of
Georgia; Paul A. Marcellino, of Xew
Mexico, and Htephen O. W. Brandon, of
Tennessee, all convicted of offences
against the pension laws. The president
dented the application in each case.
His indorsements sufficiently indicate
the repugnance he feels for this class of
offences. In; the ease of Marcellino tho
president writes: "This convict was guilty
apparently of nearly all the crimes and
frauds denounced by our pension laws.
He seems in every way possible to have
cheated and swindled Ignorant pensioners
and 'Imposed on the government. The
punishment meted out to him was well de
served and I cannot yield to the unthink
ing and irresponsible appeal for bis par
WEDDED HER TO JASON GOULD.
Testimony la Favor of the Womaa fl.tai
lag To Be Gould's Widow.
TraKHASHOCK, Pn.f July 1. The su
preme court of New York, by Commis
sioners t John E. Kelly and M. - Smith,
heard the testimony of Rev. Nathan Leigh-
ton and his daughter in the Sarah Ann
Angcll case in which she sues for her
dower rights In the Gould millions. - The
plaintiff claims that Bev. Lcighton was
the minister who performed the marriage
ceremony which made her and Jay Gould
man and wife when Jay Gould was a
young struggling surveyor.
Mr. Leighton is now 84 years of age and
nts aaugnter is in leeoie health and blind.
Both sides refused to be interviewed and
the utmost precaution Was taken to keep
the proceedings quiet. It is known, how
ever, that Bev. Leighton made an affida
vit before a local justice here in which he
testified to the performance of a ceremony
tn which the groom is noted as Jason
Gould. He also gave a description of the
parties. - . ;
CAUGHT ROBBING THE RAILWAY.
Chicago aad Altoa Esaatayea Get Away
CHlCAOO,,Jnly L The officials of the
Chicago and Alton railroad have inst dis
covered that a gang employes, among
waom are passenger Bala conductors and
station agents, working wjih Pullinan car
porters, have robbed the taflwar ooanmnv
aftabODt tl5,0OU. . Sufficient Investigation
m CM irni Ul Man Mail .a ..m -
aMaA and thus far thiwa rn.iln i .
am imewmu agents nave lost their
poauoos, i ne company Is making all
mans mrm rnntiDai unMraum at u.
fMwfcm - s. aa ataal wa Mnnii.ka
through -the co-operation of the Station
jrat wa uao wwnger cona actors ea
railroad tickets frVm Springfield, Ills., to
fUaah Cata A
HAVAXaalyl. Captain Geeeral Wey
lcr has rhoil ad to Insistimt reqatsu to ex-
tend the ttaw for remaining in theiafend
aliowwd to Joea xsaaga, the
At Buchanan, Mich.? the St. Joseph
Railroad eomnanv is twiner tn lav a tnk
a niirmiiiin Mirn. r.nm k nannn . . rw m
on ground owned by men who object mod
are guarding their interests with shot
Edward Dickerson, a brother of Turf
man John iHrkMnn vm
four years' imprisonment from Shelby.
hub, uil, i or iorgery. . s
At the Columbus (O.) penitentiary a
Shortage of 13.000 has been rilammmt In
the funds of the clerk. Ex-clerka bare
been called in to explain.
The dead body of Dr. H. H. Stevens was
found in the woods opposite Caseyville,
Ky. There were two gun-shot wounds in
ine oacc m tne neao.
W' T. Foster, a wmthur
Josrnh. Mo has ihnllia1 ih. 1 1 1
bureau to a forecasting contest. Faster is
n i . . . ... ..... 2
wiuuig h mm nis lorecasts tnirty-llve
days in advance. He asks the weather
human tn nuka fnMw..,. m tk.
perixla only seven days in advance.
uvuuia magruuer, oi Howara county,
Ark., stole away his sweetheart, Levia
Sunderland, in the fan nf hnr fatha. n.
peated fires from a shot ganj. The couple
,.i i . -
ciujicu buu were nuunea
Charles F. Lispenard, the missing El
wood. ImL . DUB. arhfMA - wl.H. 1mm
claimed (2,000 insurance nnder the belief
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ua .in is umw, is reponcu. so nave oeen
located in Alabama. -
William Turner and Ti W TnnV.w
who confessed to having robbe. their em
ployer, i. xownsena Hurrten, or New
York, of 166,000 worth of icwslry, have
been ' sentenced to nine years each in
At Kewanee, His, Emery C.v Graves,
state's attorney for Henry county, assured
a judgment of f-,o,ooo damages against
State Game Warden Ciftrtes H. Blow for
libel in charging dishonesty in office.
Carl Wendell was acquitted of the mur
der of 5-year-old Eva La Frienere at Me
nominee. Mich. .
Michael Kerans nnd Daniel Reidy, two
farmers, were lulled by a train while cross
ing the Kric tracks at Corning, X. Y,
Both horses were cut to pieces.
Hood's Karaanarllla MpfSu . 41ta
blood, overcome, that tired fl I no-
creates an appetite, and givea re-
A cream of tartar bakiiur nnwrinr. ntirhMct
of all in leavening strengu Xoteat United
Statu Government Food Report.
botai. Bakom Fowdkb Co, Saw Yoaa Cm
We are showing our
Usual line of fine
Prod Woltman. Jeweler.
Bailable Goods at ;
180 B10OBO AYEKUK.
. Siding, Flooring, Waiaaeoatfaf;
18th BtreaL. bet. 4th aad Stb arcanea.
Real Estate "
AVcrds Are Cct 7lnd.
' ".. . ' Ooods Never Lie
TET OUR "A ! .. "...;,. : . , .O
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if &Qfmy O) Hundreds of the best dressed r'tiL;jLXi''
I ufV o Qa-aV' Jj 1 .aT our $7.37 wiu tlut
V ;- V ' ' . I to $15. Plenty of cheaper iu!. lfT:lii; '
a . . . JW l" "''.,' -j. - - ii va" X
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v' - Everyone is selling cheap suits tt high
rnsde goods .are' dear it 'any price. (pJsJ'fxt '. C.
; , brst jaiiuie kind (none made lfyt PAs't .
wit' ftivara- . . i"v. f M . " ' ' .
perfectly satisfied. Remember we cress vour strit ' V : ) ? :U -:;'S-w
without cost to
. wMMwatasw. MWIUTtfUU,
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rvarlr avtffiAiif n mnrmii
you, providing its bought
via aa can oe &aec.Dy tc:e vrouer rx. f .v '-A.
t products are aU the rerulti of tdzzUZz Llr rod.
the most baprored appsjats, fessnrlj ia the
. highest degree the health glrinj cjuaCO of the
beverage. 'V--,. ' ' .:' '
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