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VOL, SLY. KO. 229
0CS TZLLHD, ILL, HON OAT. JULY 19 IZ37.
ALL EYES ARE THERE
West Virginia I lolds th Mine
BIG CONFERENCE TOMORROW
Much Expected of the Meet
ing of the Leaders.
Tariff Bill Coming to a Vote
in the House.
TitUhurp. July J9 UnleM the
rcinera' trailers are able to get Wait
Virginia i!pptrs oat earl this week
the locil strike itantion promises
sonic criis rest Monday morning.
trevefal Ural operators have ao
EoDDoed tbat they are tired of see
ing their contracts gel away from
them ami mine now supplying their
trade must atop or their own mines
will be pat id operation.
Columbus, Ooio. July 19. Thaei
ecutiTe committee of the mine wort -era
ia io private session. The secre
tary it ecufidt nt that the r'airmount
region will he out bv Thursday.
Wheeling. Jalrl9 Mo praotieal
change io thn Noifjlk rrgioa ha oe
cuired. (ireat things are expected
from the ll;-Kachford-Gempers-SoTcre''o
mcetlu at Fairmouat to
morrow. Fairiuoiir.t. W. Vs.. Jaly 19 ia a
re-ult of Trtenlay' meeting the
TVillow Tree (roe,Monogah miners
airosk this morning, followed quick
ly by thoo of the Prlehsrd. iUtoh
iiinon, Luther and Palatine mints.
Collin. Till... 111., Jaly 19 The
tti'nera rtjhe St. Louis Consolidated
company struck today at the reqaest
of a marching delegation from
Tfce Tr!B l)lteMl.
Washington, Jaly 19. The repub
lican members of the tariff confer,
ence committee railed in the demo
ratio inrmhon at 10 this morntag.
Among the democrats there was a
disposition to allow the republicans
to have their way. and make the re
port at om-r the debate la the
iowrr braoch of congress cosldpro
rteJ this afternoon. Dingley openid
He debate in favor of the adoption
of the confvrrntM bill. The impres
sioa is that the debate will continue
until lata tonight, and tbat the
friends of the- tneasnro will force n
vote before adjournment.
r raw torn to ri:,Sinljta
. AmVna.ii. In1.. Jury 19. W.M. Moot.
IP-numl siii.-ilhtrn!ient at th'e CkUwcu
nml S..uiJi.iii.Tif raurusKl, sntil tbat.
Colonel lUviry I'lawhird na made all
nrr.ir.Kt'ineiits fr riH-rid.ni tiie l)u
lut. lluncli t-lKhtrra inlUn aaai. The
ninin y has hvn secured ajftl wVi MlrV
t'i ioni t. (I by Oct. 15. Jul,!Vs have
beun VuI.mI a:tJ VU miles (jra.anl
Indeterminate Lav Uooe.
T.rre Hauti 1ml., July l?.-3ulte
Tlfnty. nf the stiprrior cuurt. tl.-i-iJ.-
the laij -l.Tn.irutp senti'Due law pasae.1
bjr til- lat legislature to be joi:tltu
tiiHml. J mine llonry was the .Irst J miss
tart a .n ti r.ksa ua the validity of
tlte tu-vv statute.
tnaait "h. r i'im VThal letter Printed.
LnrJ.-n. July It. Tho. Morrlna- Poet
aHa'..4 in I. rJ t-'ali.Jt-ury to pubRsn the
full .t ft P(ret;rry Shetsnan's als
pntjji . tSc sial c i Ktrnverav a as to
ruMeve tK. I r tl.-h from the stead
tanttige ur.i'.er wliieli it laWs,
Dr. WU'.iiiiuV Indian Pile Ointment
will care b ind, blomiinp, ulcerated
and ltuhlrtr plii-p. It ab.orba the
tumors, allay the itching at once,
acts a a pnuiti. e, glviug Instant re
lief. Dr. WillUui.' Iudian Pile Oint
ment prepnred only for piles
and itching of the private parts, and
no'hltg elv Kvwy boi is guaran
teed. Sold by druggiate or sent by
mail for 50 cents and 1 per box.
Williams M'r'o Co., Props , Cleve-
land, Unto, tor saue bj all drag'
LlMna t Wm
'hart V. Wlll.im , Mnllne
M "ir.-" t Itinera Mnllne
liarrTU Lin n Knrk UlaBd
Mm Mikruaict Miluhcll. ....Kock Iiaad
Cascarets atimnlate liver, kidneys
and bom-tf'.a Never aiuken. weaken
or grin: 10 nt
Kwjral aaaka tb food para.
aoai awiaa Mvata eo-, mm i
THOSE NEvV RICH GOLD DIGGINGS.
raeteThatWUI Be laefol for Any One
Who Thinks or (taring Therm.
Ban Franclrco, July 19. Joseph Ladoe.
theownrof thetovt-n site cf Dawson City,
Alafka. the nearert town to the Klcn
dykc rerion. etarted laat night for his
heme In Plattsburg. N. Y. Besides
owning the town site of Dawnon, where
IwkI ia akrvaJy atlilng for $5,000 a kit,
La&ue truunht with hlrh enough gold
dust to k-p him In comfort for some
time to come. He got this in the Klon
dyke region, which is not in Alaska, but
in Brltih America, wort . Vlif tka II.a
in N'orthwect ttrritory. There are gold
rKtona on ne Alaska skle of the line,
but the bonanzas that in iFnnn J
. ... aw.ii
a furor are a long way inside of British
uti rutrjr aiwui iuu muea.
Ladus stated that Ihur.
f the richneas of the gold diggings in
mc niiioujM regiao. He thir.ks there Is
ennagh gold in the gTound to keep all
the miners who can work busy for the
next twenty years. Ladue. however, is
sues a warnlna to th thm.,i. .v.
proparinK to rush to, the gold fields this
naym. mere are at present
about riftinlo in ha nA
that number Is about aH that can be ac
commodated th'? winter. Provisions are
nmn. i acvise every one going up to
tak suppiirs sufiiclent to lart at least
ighteen months. The fare to Dawson
City from San Pranclar-o la ir.n n.i it
will cort at least 500 to tranpport sup
plies for one man."
CRAIG DESIRED TO RESIGN,
Bat the Traas-Mlaalsalppl Congress Ka-
inaea to lt Him Oft,
Salt Lake City, July ID. When Sat.
urday morning's session of the Trans-
autwisslppl Congress opened President
Crsrlg said the committee on permanent
organization had recommended him as
presiuent or trie congress with full
knowledge of his views
question. Later the congress had put
Itself on record demanding the imme-
amte restoration or the free and un
limited coinage of silver at the ratio of
16 to 1. With his sentiments and unin.
ions on the monetary question he would
u untrue to nimseir if he re
mained longer as the presiding officer.
He therefore asked thi rnn.ra.sa in
name his successor. William J. Hryan
stated that the financial views of Craig
would not be inconsistent v.-ith hia
duties as presiding officer. The question
was put to a vote and the congress
unanimously refused to accent Cratir-
The congrefs closed Its huclrpn Rut.
urday. J. M. McKnight was choren sec-
rriary ana Wichita. Kan., as the place
for the nxt congress.
GANG OF COUNTERPEITcRS NABBED.
Tbraa Man Taken In the Very Act of
asaa.. Shovlug tho Oarer.
Warsaw, rnd.. July 19. a" Vins'of"
counterleitcrs which has been operating
near the village of North Webster, this
county, has been placed under arrest
by deputy I'nit. d States slarshcl r.cso.
For some time past a secret service d-
testive has been shadowing Patrick and
Joseph O'Connell and John Bilz, three
young men residing near the above
named village, suspicion pointing to
them as knowing considerable concern
ing the passing of the spurious coin.
The efforts of the detective were suc
cessful, for Saturday one of the O'Con
nell brothers was arrested by the Unit
ed States marshal while tendering a
counterfeit dollar in payment for some
drinks at a saloon.
A search of his person revealed sev
eral more of the spurious coins. His
brother and Blls. who were with him.
were also placed under arrest and a
search disclosed more of the coin in
their possession. The trio was at once
brought to this city and placed in Jail.
me reins ware mad from laad and
babbit metal, bearing the date of 18TJ,
ana are a very good imitation of the
Katanlay and Snnday at Wlnnna.
Winona Park. Ind., July 19. The at
tendance at Winona Satnnlnv wa i
larsa and appreciative. At 11 s m rv.i.
fessor Gwliy Miles and the Vl.nm. or-
lessor s. v. ress eellvered a scholarly
Wet ure upon Abraham Lincoln. At night
Professor Owilv Miles and tho winnn,
orchestra gave a concert which attracted
many people. Sunday is always a c.uH't
day at Winona. Yesterday morning a
sermon was delivered bv Rev. J. r-nm.
mmg Smith. A twilight hillside service
oi great interest was ncld la the even
ing, followed by another sermon by
Cemmlasioa to Vlait Striking Miners.
Indianapolis. July 19. Governor Mount
has appointed John B. Conner, state
statlscian, and, ex-Judge Thomas J.
Terhune, of Lebanon, commissioners to
visit the Indiana coal fields and report
on the condition of the mines and the
miners and other facts that may hare
relation to the present strike ar.d its
settlement. The appointees have ac
cepted and will start for the coal fields
Taming the II. and I, Aaaac'iatlon. .
Indianapolis, July 19. The state board
of tax commissioners has decided that
the 113.000.000 held by the building and
lean asscemtions of the state must be
listed for taxation. Instructions have
been sit to county assessors to place
paUi-UD and nrennM x.wj.
( Bt k on the tax duplicate :.-.tmediat!:y.
ucretorcre paid-up and pr:;ald nlc
only have been assess I.
Settled the S Met Feala, ;
rittsburg, July 1. The sheet scale
was settled Saturday night at a con-
i ueiween me wage committees
of the manufactarers and the Amalga
. mateVl association The- settlement was
, erfecied on the basis of last year's scale,
, and the new one Is practically the same!
: as before, orily a few minor details be
ing changed The effect of (h settle
ment will put between 20.000 and 25.801
men to work
I Mignonette and yellow, pink or white
tulips combine beautifully far an oral
u ui center of a dinner table.
"Only Bervoas" is a anra indica
tion that tho blood is not par.
Hood's SarssparUls pnrifiet Us blood
sad cans nexTOasneM.
FINISH THIS WEEK
Of the Long Struggla in Congress
Over tho Tariff Bill.
WILL BE A LAW SI BXXTSATUEDAY
Two Days Debate la the Honse Ceneeded,
But th'e Senate of Course an tnkaowa
Quantity When It C'emes to Talk A
ttaeatlen af Pnrlisnaentary Law Agree
ment of the Conferrees Important Sen
ate Amendment That Were Rejected.
Washington. July 19. The Indications
are that the tariff bill as agreed to by
the Republican conferrees Saturday
probably will have passed both houses
of congress and be a law at the end of
the present week. Delays ar.d complica
tions, now unanticipated, might some
what prolong the final struggle. The
Republican conferrees worked hard all
yesterday consulting and arranging the
details of the report which they de
sired to submit to their Democratic col
leagues this morning. The bulk of this
work fell upon the shoulders cf Allison
and Dlngley, who prepared the state
ments ef theeflest of the changes made
by the conferrees which UI be submit
ted to their respective houses. They
had a smal armey of clerks at work
throughout the day in the room of the
senate committee on finance preparing
the bill for the printer.
House Will Dlacnaa It Two Days,
The purpose was to call In the Demo
cratic conferrees this morning and pre
sent the bill to the house this afternoon
and begin the debate. It is rot believed
hat there will be any disposition on the
part cf the Democratic members of the
conference to delay the bill in full com
mittee. Governor Dlngley expressed the
opinion that an hour would be sufficient
time in which to explain the changes
made l.y the cenferrees to their minority
colleagues on the committee. One or
two ef the Democrats are Inclined to In
sist upon a day for deliberations on the
charges, but they of course realize that
they are helpless if the majority desires
to report the bill over their protest, and
Inasmuch as the Republican leaders cf
the house have defied to give full two
days for the discupsion of the report in
the house they probably will acquiesce
in the decision of the majority to make
the report today. The report must be
acted upon by the hcuse before it is
considered in the senate.
Senate Programme Ia Indefinite.
The programme In the senate is much
more definite on account cf the wide
latitude allowed far debate, aad the ab
sence of any parliamentary methed of
bringing the report to a vote. The Dem
ocratic senators, it is safe to presume
from their talk yesterday, intend to as
sall the compromise on sugar to w hich.
hit cor.ierrves agreea, ana to make a
pretty stiff fight against the restoration
to me auuaoie itt of cotton bagging,
cotton, ties, burlaps, etc.. which they
succeeded with the aid of the Populists
and or.e or two Republicans in placing
on the free list. They will also make
strong opposition to the restoration of
white plre to the house rate of $2 per
1,000. Some of the Democratic senators
yesterday discussed the possibility cf de
feating the report in the senate oa the
presumptii'n that they might be able to
secure as many votes against the report
as they did to place these articles on the
free list. But no one Imagines seriously
that the report is in ary danger in the
senate when it cemes to a final vote.
Question or Parliamentary Procedure.
The parliamentary procedure on con
ference report may have an important
bearing on the course of the debate in
the senate.- A question has arisen as to
th'e parliamentary practice. It is the
established procedure to consider con
ference reports as an entirety, so that no
vote can be taken on ary separate feat
ure cf the report. The report must be
accepted or rejected as a whole. This
practice becomes important in view of
the desire among these opposing the bill
to securea separate vote on sugar, lum
ber, cotton ties, cotton bagging, and oth
er items which have aroused exceptional
- . . irffrilllis I 1. I n C
bill In the senate held that a motion to
reoommit with instructions as to sep
arate items would be in order before the
vote is taken on accepting the report as
nn er.iireiy. du tne best parliamen
tarians in both branches aav that th
practice is as stated above.
AGREEMENT REACHED SrDDESLT.
Sngar QaeaUoa Once Settled the Reat Was
Washington, July 19. The agreement
on the tariff bill between the senate
and house conferrees came suddenly
Saturday, after It had gone forth
that each bouse was determined to
have ts way. Sugar was the first thing
settled. Then the' task was easy.- It
was at first stated that the senate had
given up entirely to the house, but
"You will discover," said Aldrich. in
discussing the matter among his aol
leagues, "that the senate saves some
thing, after all, and that it Is not a
complete surrender on Our part," and
an examination of the schedule as
agreed to bears him out. A very large
majority of the senate amendments
were accepted. This was rendered neces
sary by several circumstances. A num
ber of amendments made by the sen
ate were verbal: others were trivial,
and still others were made necessary to
secure harmony of construction. The
house conferrees accepted tn most cases
all .the alterations made by the senate
in order to secure the passage of the
biU in that body.
The agreement presents an entbely
new sugar schedule, at least in the
main item of duty on raw and refined
sugar the fourth presented since the
bill emerged from the recesses of the
w ays and means committee? The sched
ule Is as follows: "Sugars not above
number sixteen Dutch standard
In color, tank bottoms, simps,
of cane Juice, melada, con
centrated melada, concrete and con
centrated molasses, testing by the
polariscope not above 5 degrees. 6 93
of 1 cent per pound, and for every ad
ditional degree shown by the polariscoplo
test 0.035 of 1 cent per pound additional,
and fractions of a decree In .proportion.
ana on sugar 'above tsumoer sixteen
Dutch standard in color, and on a'l
sugar which has gone through a pro
cess of refining, 0.125 of 1 cent per pound
The modification of the sugar sched
ule stiH leaves the rate on pure sugar
testing 100 dofwees 1.95 cents per pound,
which was the senate rate. The dif
ferential on refined sugar is, however,
one-eighth of a cent per pound whll
the senate differential wan one-fifth.
The house sweured the elimination of
the one-tenth of a cent reduction al
lowed on Jaggory and other low grade
sugars testing UJow S7 degrees by the
polariscope. It is claimed that the In
crease on the higher grades of sugar
which will result from the Increase of
the polariscopic gradation allowance
will add materially to the protection to
the beet sugar industry'. . The refiners
necessarily receive incidental benefit.
It is estimated thSK the changes in the
sugar schedule will raise about $2,009,
900 additional revenue.
Following are among the more. Im
portant changes made in other sched
ules: Hides. 15 per ceat. ad valorem,
in place of the 20 per cent, fixed by the
Hate. The house representatives made
a strong fight to have hides restored
to the re list, but thy were compellel
to submit to the untiring demand of tbii
senate. Wool First class, 11 cents per
pound: second class. 12 cents; tht:d. 4
cents on that below 12 cents per pound
in value axd 8 cents en that above 12
cents In value. These rates on third
class wools were the-result of an agree
ment between the wool growers and
the carpet manufacturers. Coal, bi
tuminous. 6T cents per ton.
White pins lumlier was restored to
the house classification and' the house
tate cf $2 per 1.CC0 feet Instead of the
senate rate of $1. The reciprocity clausr
has been tmnsfmrneJ into a modifica
tion of both the senate and house sched
ules that is, the number of articles
which can be used as bases for reci
procity agreements has been increased,
but the president's discretion as torates
has been rejected.
One of the biggest victories tson by
the house was in the restoration to th;
dutiable list of burlaps. Jute and Juto
bagging, cotton bagging, gunny sacks,
floor matting and cotton ties, wWch the
senate placed on the free list. White
restored to the dutiable list, however
the rates are lower than they have ever
been on this class of articles. Another
victory of the house was the elimina
tion f the senate stamp tax on bonds
and stocks. It was decided that th
machinery of collection was too
cumbersome. Raw cotton is restored to
the free list.
Cood News fur Consu'a,
Washington. July 19. It will be good
news for the people who have been
lucky enough to secure consular ap
pointments, well as those who test
In confident expectation of favors of
that kiml in tVin nma w . 1
""tlhlt the president ' lias finally deter-.
mines to restore the fees that were eut
off by the last administration.
Morgan Wn the Senate StlurcWy.
. Washington. July 19. Morgan oc
cupied most of Saturday in the senate
In sup; Kir t cf the Harris resniutien rc
latlnc to the Union Pacific railroad. Ho
se-erely arraigned the executive of
ficial connected with a Fale of the gov
ernment interests m the road. Final, ac
tion, on the resolution was not reached.
KlgUl Hike lu k.illa Vlun.
Rookr.ird, Ills.. July IS. John Wolty,
23 years of age, son of a well-to-do
farmer living Just east of the city. Is
under arrest on the charge of threaten
ing to kill his mother and sister. Ho
llas made threats m a number of oc
casions, and told them to look out or
there would he another Hart murder,
this bekig the double tragedy which
shocked Rockford several years ago.
Reeently his mother sold two calves,
and the son was so enraged that ha
pulled out a knife and cut the throats
of the animals.
Cuban Rebs Invade Matansaa.
New York, July H. Tomas Estradt
Palma, president of the Cuban Junta,
has received news that 3.000 well
equipped troops in first class physical
condition are nnw antrinir tk. nM-iM
of Matanzas, Cuba, without any serious
ouempi on tne part or the Spaniards
to prevent them.
PAaCIKn.9FlKl IA TAM BT
PtiTwIy cores Iscstioa. Catarrh f Ckt
hsa, usvwnevsrn.. aaar ntannnTacm.
sa an kindred .ftVeaaeea Traalln. leetentf ft eoav
mnuiaam nam I annum Kaaoalo BMdlaal skill.
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Marshall F a vrr dr BedaU.
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for the Following Safe ' t
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Office Room 30 Mitchell ft Ljade's
Block. Telephone No 1030.
Jhe Qreat Clearing ales.
It is our intention to sell very dollar's worth of this season's goods aad do
0iq i quickly with bona fide prices that no other houses in the three cities
would dare to offer. Our reputation for carrying the highest class of mer
chandise is established. We are going to sacrifice every department and
cut the life out of everything. We quote a few of the prices to give you
Men's and Boys1 Suits that are worth
18. 99. 110 sad araa up to SIS. w
arc poing to sail at 15. Don't miss
it. 15 for aa all wool suit, wall
trimmed, well mads and trood fit
ters. Come early. They won't
Len. a, at a. f
-vg . price
Men's aad Boys' Summer Salts, frocks
sad sacks, roaad sad square eats,
worth $16 60. 13 60. all the
best material, workmanship the
finest in fast high art nothing ia
very respect. All go tor Us small
Te bieyels risers, all of oar 910. 99.
and 8 suits tske your choiee of
any Bike Snit ia the home for 95.
Toa'll hare to soorck or you'll less
Ws aYe toing to place the balance of
our Children's Serior aad Sanmer
Suits, sges 4 to 14, worth . 95 cud
94, all go at the same pries
Everything must go.
Big Store . .
Co tlm.rs in all it's
greatnebs. Such ire
masdi U values were
rfttver before k-aown
la the Furniture atd
Odd pitrGf S, Couches,
etr that aatonlsh all
who see them. The
'fLilces are corchd
more than the goods.
& Carpel Co.,
J17-J17J W. f eeoad St.,
We'll Have Che Greatest of
ap to ft.
Mea's Uaderwear. worth Me,
aow - ,
Boys' Straw Hats, worth 60c.
V must have the room.
at the club. . '.
have made the Stearns noted.
Rather than take this statement with the pnrveramal grain of
salt, don your most critical mood, call at the store of our city agents
and ask to see the new Yellow FeHows.'
B. C STSAJtKS ft CO..
C A. SraWCTB,
axn sj. ranraon.
' p-oniison a Don
Pain tore and Becoravor
Shsp 4ij Sevettfc wU-. .
Bloaso Wash Salt, worth
aow $i, slsss S to t
TourekeUe of any kfotkers' Friead
Percale Skirt Waist, worth ap to
"5s, for S7o ...
The kslaace of ear Mea's Worsted aad
Cassimere Faats. worlk ap to t.
for 9J.S3. These peat are aa ea
eelleat bar gal a
Boys' Peats, worth Tea,
Boys' Pasts, worth 60c, '
We have to alow oar . bora.
There's ao ee to aw ttta Th
people wttk whose we awslees '
weald help as eseasISeslly. W W -'-ere.
bht we eaat arO"6 t. "
We waat yea to fcaowisjeow
" that we are the beat am bets '
oa earth that ear prises are bee--est
that we eaa give yea eoss-
' p'eU aad eg Crowe oet aatUfae
ica. We weald Che yew pa tree-
Hx2 aLi'Lavrn SLrinkkr
We have been buildinz bicrdes for
years; we believe our product, the)
Stearns, represents just what b deaired
by the riding public
Made throughout with axtretme care,
without aa esc cess ounce anywhere,
with balls as fine as maehiaery caa
make, bearings as true as can be turned
from steel these are the secrets of the
proverbial easv-runniww tmalitiM nrVuVM
am FaaiKaaco, Cab
aaav a. raaitMa