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THE ABBUB. FKIPAY, AUGU8T 14, 183&
Full Details Gladly Given.
A Railroad Official's 'Experience.
MIL LiWAl:l EU.MoXTW. louiteon
bctl with tkiln.l const ruvitaoi la
Nuliruska.niiles: "My heart troubled
and alud tit Irf !'. )- horti of
breath n.ts titu rii,i ibi aud tno-d cotamon
ay lop torn. Iblii.-,rrruvii,ti,fpin, gener
ally tolluarsjauy wvciti crtlou. litliitne-M,
hunter witli.e.t ii.yupi-ir. Hut term; that
kuad tb clutch f.y '-t. .-t, ami i,.!l;ilutton
that uluu rJ urn as If I ould f li.
trer (rtiiiHi.t H' V - Acaiu, c . rrt bin J
HUM turn M:m:. if I aroMi frm aitoo"1
iii-turiHl4 kit. HIcepLrs inch's ith Micir
tit Mil-V prohtrnUm nur.t re
Ul a uiauiju un.l I could
Ksart ClirC JMfcrr.trt:.yirn.t;ht
lcoaiiltcd Icauii.if phy
RCStOreS klrlaiui and tried ndnf
111 1th "n,;,,";,' ThrT
latatllllaaaaea giveiaenonlicf. One of
Dr. Milut' circulars drrrlled my case so
tartly thai I took Dr. Miles' New Heart
Cora and I am now a will mm. I hope
very on troubled with heart disease will
try I. MllV remedies. It they will writ
a personally. I will gladly rive them full
details of my cxpi rlenoo." Eow. Edmosm.
I U. Ilos Si, lhvld City, Nebraska.
Dr. Mile' Heart Car U sold on guarantee
thai fir-it bottl boneSta or money refunded.
Cupid In Quest of the Sum
when inquiring where he could
get to elegaut suit made for
him, such at is worn by the ex
quisite iwvll at Newport or Bar
Harbor, was directed ly one of
them to lIOri'K'S, where no one
ever failed to pet the moat per
fect fit, latest style, choice, sca
nnahle poods, and a distingue
appenrnnce at a reasonable price.
We are showing our
Usual Hoe of fine
Fred VVoltman, Jeweler.
Bollab: Goods at
lbOS MEWSD ATESCK.
To 'buy Hardware,
Mixed lions and
Floor Taints, Rub
ber Hose, Lawn
Mower or anything
In the Hardware
line in general is $J
1110 ThirJ Avenue
AOKNT FOR EAGLE BICTCLE8
Itau if I aataot S. "lint, acceaatd.
pi lrld katinr bam appointee adiata-lvrai-
nrntr nrTunw . Stive, 'ate of
ta cnaaty of Kara llad, Mai of III" . da
raiaM. nr(9 tm none inar Toey ui typrv
Wrfor 11m roaaty rnart af knra altMloMia-
I. Um najra f Uia rM-rk nf aui coart, la
tnaciiy nf H-'k ll-ad. al tba Ortoka la oa
IM i.t Mt.uy la Urtkr. atl. at al.Uh I m
ail i.MH hiim c.uiaw akaairl aail aa
t fut(4at4 taiiaaaua to attrMt f ut Iht
aarrwa of amf va aama ail)at4.
4 II aa'n lalkt4 ta aate atai arr r4oat
to iuaa laataaiaia pajrn.at.1 to too aadcr
BmU4 lata Irtk aavor Aaraal. A. D. lev.
I CrKAPt'.f J Ww
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FISH OR CUT BAIT.
Chairman Jones's Desire of Cer
TALK3 OF riLLIHQ THE PLACES
Or Thoa of the National Body Who Ara
Boldina Aloof from the Fight for Bryan
The Latter to Take the Field Himself
Kt Month and Lead the Battle to the
End National Cold Democratic Com
mittee SXeeps MoTlng Veterans Visit
Kew York, Aoj?. 13. Chairman Jones,
tt the national Democratic committee,
was In anything bat a pleasant frame of
mind yesterday, and it 1 said that ho
made threats as to what would be done if
th-re was not active participation in tb
Bryan campaign by all the national com
mitteemen. For the past few days the
more radical member of the national
committee have bucn urging some action
by the chairman against the absent and
supposed-to-be inactive committeemen
from New York, Connecticut and Penn
sylvania. Jones has steadfastly refused
to do anything, and the committee by vote
Wednesday refrained from Interfering.
Yesterday, however, there came a change
in the situation. Following closery the
visit of a delegation of Pennsylvania) men
to Bryan. Chairman Jonea attempted to
nuaenee the action of the Pennsylvania
state committee ly proclaiming in a tele
gram that Janun Kerr, of Clearueld,
would be a proier linn to elect ai chair
man In pluco of Wrlpht, resigned.
Harrity Mm Win the Fight.
Tho Harrity men did not believe this
and had a cmdidnte of their own, Colonel
S Dangler. Ite in the afternoon a tele
gram from llarrUburg related thatpang
k;r would l flirted.' It Is anid that
Chairman Junra then answered that if
Kirr was nut chosen he would use the
power conferred upon him and would re
move Harrity fmm the national commit
tee and appoint Kerr. Jones was shown
the dispatch relating this story. He read
it through can-fully uud then positively
declined to tulk. When ho received a tcl
rgiaiu siiyiug thiit Carman, in whose
favor psnglcr had retired, hndbeenelect
el over Kerr, thus giving tho victory to
the Hnrrtty people, Jotieg Is snid to have
iiuule the threat that all national cinnmit-
termi-n who did nut take an active iri in
the cainwign would tw ousted from the
What Jones rrobably Will Do.
Iytt r In the night a friend of Jones ex-
prcwd whet may be the plan of
the chairman in disciplining the al
leged ohstinnte inemliersof the committee.
Ho Mid: "Ithlnkth.it Chnirmun Jones'
attitude has ho.-n niiscoiiKtrued in the
matter. Ho will not attempt to remove
the memlx-rs of New York, Connecticut
and 1'onnsylvanin, who have not taken
any part In our proceeding.. But he will
do this: The clijiinu.iu in making his
campal.'rn ami executive commitiees was
given power to seln-t nerwms outside of
tho nationnl c iiunilttoe. TIio states of
New York. Connecticut and Pennsylvania
will h r.'prvs-Mitel on the committee, but
not ry the Hati-m 1 coiniuitteetiien.
Kerr Will Keprrwnt Pennaylvanla.
".lames Kerr will probably Im- chosen
for Pennsylvania. Alexander Troop for
Connecticut and iIUhiii rtal.er for New
York, although the latter matter may bo
left open until tho New York state com
inittee meets. 1 hat may be set down as
Mr. Jones' plan." t'hnirtuan Jones sent
word last nipht to nil newspaper men that
he hud not yet completed his list fully. In
tho meantime tho matter of selecting a
national headqtiurters remains unsettled.
NATIONAL (MILU DKMOCBACY.
tttticUl Call Seut Out far the Convention to
Aleet at lmllanaiolis.
l!lIANAPOLls, Aug. 14. Tho executive
committee of tho Democratic gold stan
dard p-trty ycstcrtl.ty afternoon sent out
to every member of tho national commit
tee the ollicinl call for tho national con
vention. Kneh member of the committee
was also Instructed by telegraph to wire
the executive committee here the names
of delegates no soon as they are chosen.
The committr-9 experts to have tho dele
gates selected listed by the Stith of August,
I lie ily before the Texas convention
It has liccn decided to invito Uourke
Cm-hnin, of New York, to deliver a speech
here during the convention. Other imm
inent Dcmocrntle sieakers will also be
asked to talk. The executive committee,
at Its meeting at Chieapo next Monday.
will likely recommend to the national
comiiiltteo that olllccrs for the convention
be selected in advance of the convention.
A number of men of national nronv
inence have been solicited to submit drafts
of a platform for tho consideration of the
eomiuiUee. on platform. Secretary Car-
lisle will be consulted In reference to the
The Jolut committee representing the
commercial ciunanu Hoard or Trade in the
matter at aecuring and providing for the
national golil Uemuc ratio consrentioa In
this city met in the Commervlul club as
sembly room yesterday afternoon. Tho
following sub-cnmmitteea wereannointed
tn finance L. S. Uordon, R. O. Hawkins,
i nane aiawrr, j. t. Airucttlgan and W.
Kipp. Un badges and tickets H. S. New,
iinam v. uoous and J. J.. McUettlnan
Also committees on decorations and hall
arrangement. The Urand hotel was se
lected as headquarters during the conveu-
ANOTUF.R VISIT OF VETERANS.
Okie Buys la Bine Call on th Repnblleaa
Castox. Aug. 14. The survivors of the
One Hundred and Fourth regiment, Ohio
volunteer infantry, who have been hold
ing their annual reuulnn at Massillon,
arrived in Canton yesterday to greet Colo
rado McKinley. bringing their wives and
children with them. Mrs. Mt.r McKin
ley tent N'o. 1. Daughters of Veterans, tf
.-uassuion, acenmimmed tnem. The vis
itors altogether numbered nearly 4u.
They awaited the appearance of Governor
MeKluleyoo the front porch of his rest
donee, and .when he stepped out three
cheer were given with hearty wllL Col
onel W kiliatu Monohan, of Youngstown.
then came fnt ward and made a striking
aaarvss. h ncn uovenior McKinley
started to respond the cheering was re
newed. Ills addrcts was full of apprecia
tion of the kind thing said of him by
Moaohasi and vnutainel some reminis
cence of the war that were as much ap-
preriatea oy nrs nearen.
t the conclusion of the govsroor
speech Mils Bertha Martin, of Massil
lon, in behalf of the Mrs. Major McKinley
tent, Xo. 1 D. of V. spoke briefly. Major
McKinley responded by welcoming the
young women and invited them as well
as the other ladies in the party to visit
Mrs. McKinley, who was seated within
the house. Major McKinley addressed a
reunion of the Thlr.t Ohio Independent
battery in the afternoon.
WHY BRYAN READ HIS SPEECH.
Wanted It Reported Correctly Will 1
Make an Active Campaign.
Xew York, Aug. 14. Bryan explained
yesterday his reasons for reading his
speech in reply to the notification of his
nomination at Madison Square Garden.
He said: "Knowing that it would be
printed'ln full I thought it more Impor
tant that it should reach in correct form
the millions who will read it than that
the delivery Bhould please the few thou
sand who were present." Bryan was busy
yesterday conferring with the members of
the national committee here.
One of the things which was decided
upon was that Bryan will travel the coun
try over, addressing the crowds from tho
rear of a railroad car. An announcement
to this effect was prepared by Chairman
Jones. It is as follows: "It has been de
cided that Mr. Bryan will enter a lively
Interest in the campaign about Sept. 1,
and contlnuo on the stump until the elec
tion. In order to obtain a much needed
rest and to prepare tho letter of accept
ance before the speech-making begins, ho
will spend the next two weeks at some
quiet plnco not yet decided upon. The
visit to Bath, Me, will therefore be post-
IKined until tho latter part of September
when Mr. Bryan will make a number of
speeches in New England."
Both Claim To Ilo Republican.
Denver, Aug. It There are now in
Colorado two state committees claiming
to represent the Republican party, and
two state conventions have been called
one for Sept. in this city and the other
rH'pt. 30 In Colorado Springs. The lirst
will Indorse Bryan and Sewall and the
second McKinley and Hobart. Both will
nominate state tickets.
Intra Gold Standard Democrats.
DF.9 Moikls, Aug. 14. A commutes of
the gold standard Democrats headed by
It. M. Martin, national committeeman.
aud Henry Vollmer, chairman of the state
coiiimitlw, met hero yesterday and issued
a cull for a state convention of gold stan
dard Democrats to meet in Dos Moines
Illinois PepulUt State Committee.
Smtsc.FiELU, Aug. 14. The Populist
state central committee has organized and
elected tho following officers: Chairman,
Herman Tuubeneck, of Marshall; sec-
retury,Cliarles E. Palmer, of Noble; trea
urer, S. r. V. Arnold, of Stirinlield.
Headquarters will bo established here.
Want Free Coinage nnd Parity. '
CnEYENXE, Wyo., Aug. 14. The Re
publican state convention adopted thus on
tho finances: "We favor the free coinngo
nf gold and silver Into standard money, as
expressed in former platforms, under such
legislation as will insure that all our
money shall remain on an equality."
Another Caudhlate Notified.
CHICAGO, Aug. 14. Hon. Hale Johnson,
"straight out" Prohibition candidate for
the vice presidency, is now officially aware
of the fact. He was formally informed of
the honor conferred on him at 8 o clock
last night at the Auditorium in this city.
Will Fase with the Populists.
WrtEKLlsu, W. Ya., Aug. 14. The West
Virginia Democratic convention indorsed
the action of tho national convention at
Chicago, nominated a stale ticket and gave
the state central committee full power to
arrange fusion with the Populists.
3lorrion Comes Oat for Bryan.
New York. Any 14. Colonel Willinm
K. Morrison, chairman of the interstate
commurco commission, has announced
that, ho will Rtinnort Rerun jinrt Swull
auu me i nicago piauorm.
Wyoming Democracy Meet.
ItocK SPKINU3, Aug. 14. Tho Demo
cratic state, convention Indorsed the Chi
cago platform and nominees and nomi
nated a state tic ice t.
HEAVY DEATH RATE AT GOTHAM.
Ileat Held Responsible for Sixty-four
Deaths In the City.
New York, Aug. 14. There was but
light improvement In the condition of
the weather, and but for a breeze blowing
at tho rate of fifteen miles an hour from
the northwest the mortality roll might
hive surpassed Wednesday's list. The
dead from hoat in New York city yester
day numbered sixty-four, and prostrations
l-i3. There were 374 death certificates is
sued by the health board for the twenty
four hours ended at noon yesterday.
Of these 158 were for people who died
from the effects of heat. This surjmsses
all previous records in the history of the
health department. The horses killed by
heat yesterday numbered more than on
any former day of the hot spell. Tho
health department carts could not work
fast enough t J dispose of all the carcasses.
NEW RULE REGARDING PENSIONS.
Make a Chauge In the Practice of the Ex
WasiiisgToS, Aug. 14. -The practice of
the boards of examining surgeons of the
pension bureau has been materially
changed by a ruling made by Assistant
Secretary of the Interior Reynolds. The
new rules, which take effect Oct 1 next,
and which will not disturb cases hereto
fore adjudicated, provide that all board
members hereafter mnst participate in
examinations of claimants, and no certifi
cate of a board failing to show this fact
save on special consent of the claimant,
will be accepted.
In cae a full board is not present appli
cants may refuse to be examined. In an
amputation case Assistant Secretary Reyn
olds also has lull down the rule that the
middle of the humerus Is the furthest
point from the shoulder joint that will
prevent the use of an artificial arm.
Waxon and Carriage Makers.
Cincinnati, Ar.g. 14. The International
Union of Wagon and Carriage Makers has
adjourned to meet next in Detroit on the
second Monday in August, ISSN. The fol
lowing officers were elected and installed:
President, Grant Luce, St. l,ouis; vice
president, George Cook, Cleveland; secretary-treasurer,
C. A. Bostian, Chicago.
Engineer and Fireman skilled. '
Chicaso,. Aug. 14. At Otis; Ind., a
wreck on the Lake Shore railway killed
the engineer, James Griffin, nod the fira
snaikj aitiiaji Roacav
DE ADLY DELUGES !
Ravage Once More the Region of
the Smoky City.
TEE KAIS COMES DOWJf BY INCHES.
Torrent Fill the Valleys and Wipe Out Six
Lives Building with Ten Occupant
Swept Away and Three Women Drowned
Three Other Fatalities Described
Dams Burst Their Embankment and
Flood Several Towns. J
Pittsburg, Aug. 14. Yesterday morn
ing at 8 o'clock this city and vicinity was
visited by otfe of the heaviest and most
persistent downpours of rain that has
been seen here for years. ' It carried death
and destruction with it, and as a result
six lives were sacrificed and thousands of
dollars worth of property laid waste. The
dead are: Mrs. Susan Auld, widow, aged
74; Mrs. Eilen Poppleton, widow, ugedTy;
Mrs. Florence Robinson, her daughter.
aged 34; Martin Cochran, Infant; Omeil
St hater. 10 years: unknown man. The
storm eame from the southwest, preceded
by dark and threatening cluuds which
obscured the sun and enveloped the city ia '
an almost Egyptian darkness. As the
gloom began to disiel the rain came in .
torrents and for an hour the downpour'
Ruined Three Hours Without Ceasing. I
It then let up slightly, but for three
hours longer it rained without ceasing, j
Up to noon 2.24 inches had fallen, 1.8 of i
this being precipitated during the first
hour. In the immediate city littlo dam-
age was done, but the suburbs and small
towns near this city suffered severely. Do
Haven, a small oil town on the Pittsburg
and Western railroad about ten miles
from here, had to bear the brunt of the
storm's fury, and it was there that most
of the lives were lost. The little town of
800 inhabitants is situated in a valley just
at tho junction of two creeks, and every
heavy storm fills the creeks and floods por
tions of the place. When the storm hurst
tho house of James Robinson was made
the place of refuge by ten people.
Three Drowned Out of tho Ten.
Of this number turee women were
drowned. The storm partook of the na
ture of a cloudburst aud filled the streams
to overflowing with wonderful rapidity.
A torrent of eighteen feet came rushing
down and struck the Robinson residence
with terrific force, carrying it from its
foundation nnd toppling it over ii. to tho
swirling Hood. The house collapsed as it
was curried along, and was lodged against
some willows along the bank, and the oc
cupants who had clung with desperation
to the ruins were enabled by superhuman
efforts to make their escape to land all
except the three women mentioned above,
who were drowned and their bodies
washed down the stream.
Shock and Exposure Kills a Boy.
Little Martin Cochran was in bed sick
with scarlet fever when the flood entered
his father's house. The shock nnd expos
ure brought his lifo to an end within an
hour or two. Omlel Schnfer was stand
ing on the Pittsburg and Western bridge
at Sliarpsburg with thousands of others
watching the high waters. He attempted
to catch a piece of driftwood, lost his bal
ance and was caught by the torrent und
whirled into eternity in an Instant, while
the onlookers were powerless to help. I
Tho other victim was an unknown man,
whose body was seen floating down Gonr
Head creek past Do Haven. Pine creek,
from its mouth at Sharpshurg to De
Haven, is a syry looking spectacle. Every
foot of level g'lmnd was under water for
several hours and miles of gardens and
ittle truck farms were washed out.
ltan Workmen from Their Work.
The west end of Sharpshurg and Etna
were flooded and the wnter was four feet
deep in Spang & Chalfnnt's mill, putting
out the lires and compelling the workmen
to abandon the building, some having al
most to swim out. The firm's loss will be
about $10,000, and new furnaces will have
to be built. The Pittsburg and Western
railroad has been blockaded practically all
day and considerable damage will result
The loss at Etna wiU amount to between
$75,000 and SlOO.OUO.
FORT PITTS DAM LETS CO.
People Have Barely Time to Save Their
Lives Havoc to Property.
Irwin, a thriving town on the Pennsyl
vania railroad ibout twenty miles east of
here, also suffered much property damage,
but no lives were lost. At noon word was
received that the Fort Pitt dam at Jean
nette hod burst and the water was rush
ing toward Irwin. Warning was imme
diately given people living in tho low land
on the west of the railroad, but before
they could get away tho flood came rush
ing down Brush creek, carrying railroad
ties, telegraph poles and debris of all
kinds. The car shops of the West Moro
land Coul company were first to suffer, the
employes being compelled to flee for their
lives, many having to wade through water
to their shoulders.
The women and children living in the
honses near the shops were forced to the
upper stories and roofs. Rescuing parties
were formed and tho imperiled ones were
taken out In boats, and where the water
was lower on the backs of men. When
tho waters of Brush creek bad reached
their height the Pennsylvania Pluto Glass
company's dam, which had been partiully
repaired since the other flood, burst again
and its waters eame rushing through Tin
ker Run, flooding on their way the Parr
Wagon works, tho Hockensmith foundry
and machine shops aud planing mill and
the lumber yards of the Irwin Lumber
The damage at the machine shops will
run into the thousands of dollars. The
The depot of the Pennsylvania Railroad
company spans Brush creek and the large
platform used for receiving freight was
carried away, together with several hun
dreds of dollars worth of freight rendy for
shipment. Tlie railroad bridge of the West
Morelund Coal company at Larimer was
taken away, and about 9U0 yards of the
track washed out. The waters of Tinker
Rnn and Brush crock meet west of the
town and th combined waters rushed
cpon the inhabitants of South Side, flood
ing their homes and carrying away hun
dred i of dollars worth of hou hold fur
niture. At Penn and Manor the loss to the resi
dents will be immense, as about sixty
houses in the- two towns are almost sub
merged. The mining Tillage of Claridge,
on the Manor ' Valley railroad,' near
GrtxnstHirg, was almost wiped out by ttu
cloudburst, but no lives were lost. - The
Manor Gas and Clarulge go companies'
mines ara flood d and great Oaiaaar dooe.
HORSE IKEA7 UEFENDEO.
In Authority Claim Pivjudle Prohibit
Ite General I'aa.
Everybody is aware that the horse is
the cleanest of all domestic animals. It
will not eat anything but good, healthy
food, nor drink any but pure water. A
horse would rather starve than swill
the rotten stuff often given to pigs and
cattle. It is nothing but prejudice that
prevents us from eating horseflesh.
A similar prejudice retarded the in
troduction of the potato 100 years ago.
Today wo conld not get along without
it Yet the prejudice against potatoes
can be explained. The people fjad topn
told that this American root caused
fever and rendered the ground unfit for
all other crops. The exception against
horseflesh is not even founded upou any
obji-ction to its properties. It is solely
due to the influence of the church. Tho
clergy did everything possible to pre
vent the uewly converted Saxons from
returning to their heathenish practices
and prohibited the use of horseflesh to
stop the sacrifices to Odin and Tlior. A
long time passed before these sacrifice
were altogether discontinued.
The nations of Europe have suffered
enormous loss by this prohibition of
borsenesh. Especially from thehumani
turian point of view the results are most
deplorable. Millions of people are forced
to live on potatoes and similar food
wanting in nutritive qualities, while
millions of pounds of the very best meat
are wasted. Horseflesh is the most
nourishing of all meats, and its taste is
hardly to be distinguished from that of
beef. The flesh of ahorse fed on oats
has a 6mell similar to gooscflcch. The
fat is preferable to lard. Above all, it
should be remembered that no flesh ia
so healthy as that of tho horse. Trichi
uosis and similar diseases are unknown
in horses. Tuberculosis, very common
in cattle, is very rare in horses. Frank
A Sturdy Boatswain.
In December, 1793, the Antelope
packet fought a dtaqierate action off the
coast of Jamaica against the privateer
Ataluntu. Fever wad at work among the
crew of tho Antelope, and wlio had but
two and twenty men fit for duty
against bo in tho pnvater. The Ata-
lanta, knowing where her own superi
ority lay, bore down upou the packet,
threw out grappling irons, and tried to
carry her by boarding. By the ready
ability or the packet's commander. Cur
tis, the first attack was defeated with
loss, but he was presently shot dead,
and tho command passed to tho bout
Kwain, a man named Pasca He was so
illiterate that he could not write his
name, but ho understood how to com
mand a ship in action, and he continued
the defense with such vigor that tho
privateersmeu cast loose tho grapples
and prepared to sheer off. They were
not, however, to escape so easily.
Before the two vessels rould separate
Pasco ran aloft, and lashing tho Ata-
lanta'8 square sailyard to tho Ant Iojhj's
roresnrouus, bammered away till tho
enemy, for all tho bloody flag cf no
quarter which was nailed to their mast
head, cried out for mercy. On taking
possession of his prize Pasco found 32
of his opponents dead on the d.vk aud
but 18 of the whole 65 Ftill unhurt The
Anteloiie's loss was thrco killed and
four wounded. It is satisfactory to be
able to add that Pasco did nut want for
praise and reword on liij return home
after this gallant action. Macmillau's
Kew Turk Financial.
N:w York. Aag. IX
Money on call nominally :tM ter cent.;
priiim mercantile aer. ll'fc't".1 ier cent.;
sterling excumiKe steady with actual busi
ness in bankers' bills ImTW.i.TI.i for de
mand aud 4SUW for sixty days: iiortal
i.itus. M75M"1 and 4bS. W.; commercial
Silver certificates, fiS: sales. 5,!JU); bar
silver, 67?: Mexictin dolla--s.
Cuitel Htate-i guve-tim-Mit lionus steady;
new 4's reffistereJ. IVJ: do. coupons, UK;
5"s retrirtcred, H;.,: do. cou;kui, lUS,;
4's registered, l'fi; ilt. coupons, PW; s's
reg-istere-1. HI-,; Pai-lflc 's of 'ST. Mi.
Chicago Orain and Prodnee.
Chicago. Aug. 13.
Following were tht uuotatioa un the
3oard lit Tradc'today: Wh -ut Aui?nst. opeued
um-c, elo-U'J 54'--jc: Sei.teiuler, o;n-!ii M4
e!oc 1 .ViVie; lle-ei-mlx-r. oH-ncd .-H closed
r-sic Corn August, nominal, closxi aei-;
Heptetiiijer. opened ISmc. chm-d :55fcc; May,
oiiened 2e, closel Ifrr. Oats August, nutui
naL closi-d l-'V'Sc. Septeuiler, o-etied la'-c,
closed lair: May, opened lse. cloned Iwc.
l'ork SeteiulK-l . oMlifsl $4.:iJ; closed S4M.;
O-tnlx-r, ojKjne I G.ui, cluMei Si U7$. Lard
AuKUst nominal, close 1 sli'Lj; Septcmljer,
o;ieued g.1 .IT!-, rioted
Produce Itutter: F.xlra creamery, 13c per
lb.; extra dairy, lie: fredi packing atoek,
t(THc Kups r'res'a stork. per dot.
Poultry Turkeys, hvf.Hl. per lb.; chickens,
hcuo, K.J I.-uo: spring ebiekeus, Btfiivc: roos
ters, .": du-ka. KnO'sjc; gee-,, t 'ii
it.rtii. Potat Early Ohio. i;iile per bu.
HoueyWhite clover, l-ltltc per lb.: broken
comb. lt.!Ot : extracted, v.i-c Apples ited
stock. Tjc';;$l.!i ptr bbl.; g-reen stock, iMe
th Ira go Live Stock.
Cmr-AOo, Aug-. 13.
Live Stock Prices at the Union Stork
yards toduy rauircJ as follows: Hjtpt Es
timated receipt-i f ir the dar. '."; auks
rantied nt S2.yr.3 -j f;.o-,5r3 i light.
t-'JVt'J e rouxli parking, t- J -J! mixed
aud "-.T.Yttl. 10 heavy packing ant shipping
Cattle rlstini-ited rtst-ipts for t'j- day,
,5"l: quotations ranired ' Si SWrl S'i choice
to extra shipping ntj-TJ, JI.-TS4.I good to
choice do.. St.SVi. fair ti go l. f-l 4Ki3jft
common to medium do., S J 5t,4.iu batcher
steers. -?i.Vf-'3".l sto-ke-s. Still-1 3.7' feedera.
1 tl:40S3.4. om. i r.f 4 hi keif.-rs. l.;iif.S 7
' balls, oxen and otai;- t i'OiX -' T-xa ateera.
I JJ.Miitasj wcute.-n rangers and fi.niiti.Ui veal
Th Local Msrkata.
Hay-lismthy. $7fl; wild. $7.
BuUer Fair to coulee, IV; fn-h en-saury,
Em Fresh, lOe.
Spring r.ickeiu $1 SO dozen,
Coal or-fU FV.
OtUe Ba-ckecl pay for core fed Mart SMe-t
4-.: eow and ktuera,a)tc,SKe; calve. He
riprmz Lamt-!l kOOS-t a brad, i
Children Cry for
for Infants and Children.
TH1KTT TWlr oWl utlB if Cnjrtor-tn Tt1 tn -pat-fiuco nf
oM oTjaira,na, pel It ne to apemk of tt tHthant rut-algg.
It ta mo;woVlamnbl-rfcea remed y f orI nfnwta nn & Ch fl draw
U WWT-Id bum rrftu . It ta nnrmleaa. ClUdroc lili It ft
rlvoa tkoaa fcawJtVft nrlU mv their live. In it lietbet kaia
wawlaltit -avTalch la nbaulutaly aeJa 4 jarafUcaXly BM.riwt m 4k
Caatorln deatrora Wwrma.
Caatetia fcllaya rvrtihw.
Cakatorl; preventa vcnmtttai: Soar CmrX.
Cnatorln rure Dirvi-rfafOw andWUd Coll.
Cnafxln r-lte-roo Tr-ethlws; Tro-aTalea.
Castexln eaurwa Coaatipntlosi mmd Flatnlaave y.
Caatoria nentrall tkm eiTect of cnrbonlo acid ga or ploxtox air,
Caato-rln doe urt 4oatt antrrphina, rptnm. or other nare -S-ti pr-o-pr-rty.
Cnator-b nalmllate the food, rearnJatea t toxaefc ojdbow-ii,
fftvtaC MoaJtLy oad atnml aloep.
Cnstortai ta put wp 1 wma-b-w wottlns only. It ta pot Id lw Vnlfc.
Dot nll-yw any tq eU yon nnythlwg el a oa tho plon or pr mlao
that It la Jnat n fgiod - and will anawe-r every parpo.
Son that yoa got C-A-S-T-O-R-I-A.
Ohlldren Cry for
Health !s the Sunshine of Home. Have you tjot
it? If not. consult
Drs.Walsli& Walsh, Specialists
')! the Chicago Medical Institute Permsoentl located in Daroaport, Iowa
DR. T. fit. WAIH,
ffkrawrlf oiakal Prciaaauc I two or Ok-caret
aaaia aaauical eoliace.
CONSTJLTA'PTfM T T t." T r
NERVOUS DEBILITx Kxl-anativo drains, sleeplessness, threatened a.
t''.Tyr!3!m0', m,'BUJ "- eondiuoa as to ariwas axiu Uoa.
CATARRH Dyspertsia, Asthma, KheamsUsm, Scrofula, Syphilis. Blood
dl "" d "red biar Jcd
VABICOCKLF Is the most active canse of nervous debility. Why treat
mnth with other when we guarantee ytn pertnaaeat car la una dan t. m...
mettuHlf Hydroeel cured In "kre dar'o pnT "y ' lnW
tVOMEN .Sufferinj: from diseases peculiar to their sex should consult as.
ZH"Z'. V.'..'Hl'W" r'V UP..V. hopelox. and we may he abl to ear . narciaal
OtTtt jpuei ivs-r IT . " oireo. auoonunai ua brain aargery erialty.
OUR CK;iKN J lAIJ and Testimonial are the Best The numerous so
' . - - -' .w.wu iron vjc newspaper roe oar remarkable eartMi ta twaik
hlr' Tf" rJU,r? proof exclusive that our Hdanr4 wMthad. ewberTS!
ouujr fall. Therefore, do not wane time with otaera, but erwanlt ,1
your Jn-t health. ITiere is a stag in every dlnla thM yoa cnta eared ?Sv tot IX
Lm'k.tf',,f "t, do not experiment .iiyWer. but" altT. rtnot rarUSTwe
oSer l,oil0 to aayone provtng oar credentlaleTalM. We make It aa etdaet f u Mm uvea?
Ugata cam, An other epaciabsu offer yoa sack fair proportion. ' m "
o- ONLY CURABLE CASKS TAKEN o
lItoTufBOCU'T1, u'"aU. Hoans MltlhtlHl. toadar-
OFFICE-124 W. Third St. McCallongh, Bnlldint. DsTnport. Iowa.
1 hey will tell you at the slorc.
Adams Wall Paper Co
io. ii7 and d, Twentieth
Old Country" 1
Soap . I
7 QVASTITY ASD QUALITY. Ml
"'! "C 83CSt1tB nrk s re'iable, aaanthly, rarakUinc asedletn. Oily - -i aal
fi. T th i,uTCTttrockaala k aaa. 11 won want lb t- m.
p I, nt- Pm-rl'R
Tkar aia aept. aaa a4 eartaia
For Sals by A. J. Beits, druggist,
m-r f per.
UB. J. K. WALSH,
Tata ewf iTaatrai a ...
woooojf a ajf w ajA
ta aaH. TW aalna IDr Paal'g)
Bock Island, 111.
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