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THE ATOUDvT7BDNC8DAY.-AUQUgT 4. 1897.-
last end all tha time Hood's Hameparilla
ha been advertise, as a blood porlfler.
Its (rest cures have been accomplished
through purified blood cures of scrofula,
alt rbeum, caema, rheomatbm, neoral
pis, catarrh, nerroosneu, that tired feel
ing. It cares wbeu others faU, because it
Strikes at the root of the disease and
eliminate every ferm of imparity.
ThounsDcls testij to absolute cures of
blood disease by Hood's Barsaparilla,
although discouraged by the failure of
other medicines. ' Rembm&ur that
1 the bet in f.iet tlir hip Tnw Momf Purifier.
Batata of hebeces Karatrj, ejeceaees. .
Tbe anderrigTied bavins been appointed ad
BtlolatrsWir of the eatate of tiebecca Bameev,
late of the enantr of Rock I land, stste or
nilnote, d.caaesd, hereby give notice that b
will sviiaar befer the eotimj court of Bock Llasd
eianty, at tha cour,tjr court room la be
cltr of Rock Uland. at the September tern, ea
fie trut M outlay la Septomber next, at which time
all Htmi bsvfng claim against said aetata are
Bua lid requested o attend, for the purpose
.' bating Ue aama adjusted.
All parmoe ludctur' tcsaM teat are request
ed to ataae la.nedlate payment to the anCtr
lme1. Dated IM M er of Jnlr A. D.. 1s9T.
Js.or.ee u. Ricb.omt, Adminlaarator.
wsar a Wai.atB, Attorneys.
Batata of Cbrlatlna Buueher, decease'.
The aii4er(lgiie baring been apiiointail ad.
nntitetrator of the talate of Cbriatlie
auacbtr, 1 of tbe county of Keck laiaoo.
state of Illinois, daceaaed, boreby gives aotlce
tbat ke will appear before tha eoanty court of
bock Island county, at tbe conety conn
room, o the city of Hoak Inland, at tbf San
teabir tetm. on tbe Brat Monday-ln September
Bait, at wolcb time ell treona baying clalma
against (aid eatate are notlled and requested bo
attend f'ir tbe pgrpeae of hartag tbe eeae ad
justed. AU persons ladabted to aald eatate are re-
S netted to naae Immediate payment to the UL
araienad. Daud this M day of Jaly A. D.. llQV.
JtaTtssa BtucHSB, Admtnlsurator.
Speolal Taxation Notice.
Retire la hereby giTntoll perron latereated
that tbe ally council ef tbe city at Kork lalaod
Saving enteral that Twanly-sUlk etreet la the
eiir of hock Island, from the tenth line ef fifth
aaa to the north l,na nf Ssenib arcana be
prepared for aiacBdam.aiss Bad maaadamlied,
trie erttlaaaca fur tba time being na fie la
tha effice el the city elark of said city, ard said
ally ha applied te tha county court of Hock 11
and (nntr, lillnoi. for aa a.eatmsnt aal levy
of the coat of said leiprov.mtftit upoa end frost
tha lota end parte ef iota and trace of lead eaa
ligeos is ike line ef laid Improremect la seld
ord'naaca erdarad to be eiatrocled. la proper
tea te tha frontage of anch lota, part, of lete.
asetrtstiof eadapnaifce Ircprattasnt an or
Saras te b eoaatractad aa aforesaid; ead ea ee
eeeaaent that eof baetag brae aiade aed retnraed
to eald eesrt. tke tnel beertag tberaoa will be
feed rat tke ftetwatber terra of raid oeurt com
eeelag ea Ue ant Monday of Stpteaeer, A. O.
AU rsosa d'nlrlri n-ey Ikes sad, tke-e ap
Bearaad mke tbatr defenae.
Daud at Heek l-laad. Iilleels, this '.h day ef
Aagasi, A. U. leVT. 'aea i. tinuaaa.
T. r. Wiitr.,1,
Asnasw (. uniTare,
HE SMOLE A SMI1L
nF satisfaction and delight,
as every man does, when
we dalUer his work, for it is
always laundrled to suit His
Royal Nibs. Ton can have
touts the same by sending it
Wl Third Ave. rhonel914.
JOHN YOLK & CO,
aaetauk. Att aU aasds at Watt
Biding, Flooring, Wainseoating
llth Street, net. 4th and tik aveines
. dy for nerve
ail Derroue die-
of elibee en.
eeeb ee Nereoes
FBUine or Imi
Manhood. ImeMUeeey. Hicbtly ranaawaavTestW
tw Error. eianeU Won, ezeaeeleeeaxat To
kaiaeor OH', waloh lead epCan pateaaed
Ineanlte. Wieb every A oreer we rnreawne
. -an arm rank as acre or refund the inecwy.
v at eea wae boa, kweea tne $.. Wk.
aajBaa ie ana tune.
FIGBT ABOUT WOK
So Far at the Mines of the De
Armit's Are Involved.
MOST 0? THE MEN HAVE QUIT,
Pa Armtt geya Diceoaa They Are Afraid te
Vork, VThlto fhe Strikw Leaders Declare
They Are Wfaning by Xethod Perfectly
Peaeefal Tha QraeeUoB Te Be Teeted let
Court Situation in Wee Virginia In
diana Striker ea the Maeeh.
Pittsburg;, Aug. 4. The lull In the sit
uation after the exciting; events of the
last twenty faux hours is tha first oppor
tunity the strike leaders have bad to sise
up the situation. As a result each ot the
three samps of striking; miliars was yes
terday placed under strict military gov
ernment. This will ha continued until
the camps are abandoned. Two members
ef the district executive board were
plaeed.Kt each camp. The men arc to
reeeive iriAtrueiiuna from Etolan smd
Warner, and no further general move
is lt be made unless a general confer
ence Is held. Secretary Warner la ex
purlaiivlbg great dlfheulty In getting
pruvutiwna. Tke demand for bread la so
great that the looal bakeries were un
able to meat U) orders placed yesterday
morning. As a result, the camp at Plum
Creek will be on short raTtlontS,
In speaking of the situation last night.
President UoUtn said: "The entire suc
cess of tha movement sow depends upon
the order maintained In camp. We have
demonstrated to Dc Armlt that his men,
whom he had bound with the Ironclads,
were not invulnerable. When I left the
mines today his entire- interests were at
a standstill. The Mew Tork and Cleve
land company has given up all hope of
operating the Bandy Creek mines, while
those at Plum Creek and Turtle Creek
are so badly crippled that there are not
enough men to get cut a car of coal.
These statements are not based upon the
tsie talk of-the nren, but upon Derronal
bscrvatlen. Mr. De Armtt undoubtedly
recognizes tnat the strike, situation is
gradually assuming a favorable aspect
far the rnrn, ar.d that if order' can be
preserved hla defeat is certain.".
When asked regarding- the recort of
the need o (the state military forces he
said: "The men re orderly, and have
never given any sign of making trouble.
Instead they have been harraased by In
dividuals who, it seems to me, want to
incite riot, and bloodshed among the
raeo." Lat evening Dolan Issued a gen
eral order appointing Edward McKay
general manager ot Camp Determine.
lion, and empowering him to make ar-
rests and ejeet all persona under the in
fluence of lntoalcants trespassing on the
premise of the camp.
The miners' officials have retained W.
J. Brennen to defend them at the
hearing before Justice Semmans at
Turtle Creek this afternoon. They are
enarged wfth riot and unlawful as
semblage. It Is reported that there will
he some fine points of law discussed.
Attorney Sol. Scheyer will appear en
behalf of the prosecutors. There are
close upon 1.000 s'trtkers in camp st
Turtle Creek, 150 at Plum Creek and
IW at Sandy Creek. If this number is
not sufficient to deter the De Armlt
miners from going to work all these
ramps will be largely inoreased before
the end ef the week. -Arrangements are
herns triads for the big meeting on the
wharf tomorrow. It promises to be the
greatest demonstrations of tha kind
ever held in this city. Eugene V. Debs
and Airs. Mary G. Jones will be the
stellar attractions among the speakers.
Mayor Ford was asked by the men to
preside over the meeting, which invi
tation he emphatically declined on the
ground that he was acting neutrally in
the strike question.
DE ABM1T S TIKW OS AFFAIRS.
aye Hie ktoa Are Art Id Cea to Leave
Their Wivae Atoac
Ia Armlt is confident the strikers can
not wholly shut down his mines and
avers that a ehangc will come over the
scene within the next few dajrs, although
he does not say how it is to be brought
about. Dc Armtt intimated that he
would soea spring the injunction against
tha ml nose which was granted May 25,
iK. and which was sustained by the
supreme court after the superior court
had reversed the lower court. This In
junction, which was Issued against John
Cairns, Cameron Miller. Patrick Dolan,
Owes Crus, William Warner and oth
ers was made perpetual and restrains the
defendants from assembling and en
camping upon the highways, roads and
premises adjoining tha mines of the
plaintiff, or in the vlelnity of the same
for the purpose of Intimidating and pre
venting the plaintiff's miners from work
De Armlt said: 'The miners employed
at our mines are not only Intimidated
front going to work, but they dare not
leave their families at home at the
mercy of a mob responsible to no one.
The mob has Increased until it is beyond
the control of law." De Armlt would not
ray. tut Judging from the remarks it is
believed he is expecting that Sheriff
Lou rev will call on the governor for
troops to disperse trte strikers.
ATKIKSOsrS REPLY TO GOMPERS.
Beeaaa te Think Thoae Injunction Are) AU
Eight -rewgeoao ef the Strike
Charleston, W. Vs., Aug. 4. Governor
Atkinson has written a letter to Messrs.
Qosspers, Sovereign .and. Ratchford, a
committee on behalf of the striking min
ers who efclled en him to Inquire con
cerning the injunction against them and
to ask what were their rights in connec
tion with sddreewlas miners. The g ov
ers r reminds them that hie office is
executive and he cannot interfere with
the actios of the courts, bat he goes en
te ray that in his opinion there is the
u ten oat freedom allowed in tbe disens
sien in pubti places of any subject.
The only restrictions are that there
must net be trespass upon the property
ef ethers aer incite te riot or unlawful
violence. He aasures the men that he
will protect all cltisens in the exercise
I tha right ef free speech, warning
there at the same time that if they abuse
that right by interfering with the rights
or property of others he will just as en
ergetically use the power of the state
U repress all lawlessness and preserve
Fairmont. W. Vs.. Aug. 4. A secret
eeaferenee of the miners ef this district
was held yesterday at which all the min
er were represented. Organiser Rea
stated that the conference was very im
count of the reports' rendered. Rea says:
"I am greatly encouraged. The confer-.
ence makes it evident that the Fairmont I
men will come out. and na Clarkehurar I
te already tied up it looks Hkp the strike
is nearly over. If it depends on the men
of this district."
I.VDIAKA MIXERS MABCBIKO.
They Make Ka Effort to Keep the Peace,
hnb-XIrlT Meat Oak.
Princeton, Ind., Aug. 4. Che striking
miners of Daviess, Pike and Gibson
counties have taken the marching fever.
and yesterday a movement iwgan in
which they will attempt to close every
ecal mine in southern Indiana. The
march began among the Daviess county
miners. eThey invaded Pike county and
Slosed the mine at Rorers and the 1
Wooley mine at Petersburg. It is re
ported here that the strikers entered
the Wooley mine and drove the men at
work out like cattle It is the intention
of the strikers to class the Carbon and
Ayrshire mines east of Oakland City,
but It is feared that they will encounter
trouble at Ayrshire, as the men there
are determined to work.
Tbe strikers have threatened to seise
a Louisville and St. Loeis Air Line
freight train and take it to Hunting-
burg, where they will call the men out.
They will then go down the Evansville
branch on the Air Line and close all the
mines in Warrick, Spencer and Perry
counties. Superintendent Holbrook, of
the Air Line, has asked the sheriffs of
the various counties through which his
line passes for protection, and it is said
the sheriffs have promised to do so.
Trouble is feared.
SETTLED BY ILLINOIS ARBITRATORS
Book Binders Win a Case Agalnat Several
Big Chicago Pirnaa.
Springfield, Ills., Aug. 4. In the mat
ter of the join application of W. B. Con-
key & Co., the George Hill Co., Brock
& Rankin, and the Thomas Knapp
Printing and Binding company, and
their employes represented by the Chi
cago Printers' and Book Binders' union
Na 8, of the International Brotherhood
of Book Binders, the board of arbitration
yesterday rendered a decision to the ef
fect that the employes had the right to
withdraw the agreement and scale of
wages' known as the "blue scale." This
decision willput into effect the "white
label" scale, and is a "victory for tbe em
ployes. Both sides entered into a writ
ten agreement to abide by the decision
of the board ef arbitration.
kraek Ow of Work.
Mt Vernon, Ils., Aug. 4. Every miner
employed in the local mines refused, to
return to work yesterday. They an
called at the office and were paid off in
run. The company is Suing its con
tracts with coal shipped from Kentucky
and Tennessee. A coal famine is prob
able here in a few days. The water
works began the use of wood fuel yes
terday and It is most likely the mills
will be compelled to do likewise in a
few days. These men struck out of
sympathy and were given until yester
day noon to return to- work. They were
earning from 3 to $1 per day.
Miners Make Grave Charge.
Altoona, Pa., Aug. 4. Although the
Michell coal operators at Hastings sup
posed they had made satisfactory terms
with their miners, the men are still out.
because of a rumor that the mines are
about to pass into other hands. The trou
ble at the Sterling mine No. 8 is still on.
Thirty-two men have taken a new step
by suing the officials of the mine for the
value of the fifth ton taken cf their
wages: The miners say that in addition
to being obliged to dig 2,500 pounds far
a toa tber have been robbed of every
fifth car they put out. ,
Strikers Praetared His Shall.
Brar.il. Ind., Aug. 4. Monday evening
a number of miners went to the Big Four
mine belonging to the Indiana Block
Coal company and ordered Walter
Wright to discontinue work. He refused
and a fight occurred, in which William
Daniels struck Wright on the head with
a club, fracturing his skull and render
ing him unconscious.
Dr. Truman W. Brophy, of Chicago,
has been elected president of the Na
tional Association of Dental Faculties.
Assistant Secretary Howell has ren
dered a decision In which he holds that
calf- skins should be classed as "hides
A notice has been posted at the
Warumbo mill, Lisbon Falls, Me., an
nouncing a cut in wages of from U to
16 per cent.
Nelson Dingley, father of Representa
tive Nelson Dingley, Jr., died at his
home in this city yesterday. He was
88 years of age.
Louis Alleman. Willie Schuen and
Eddie Johnson, boys ranging in age
from 9 to 15, were drowned in the river
at St. Louis while bathing.
The Tilden mine at Bessemer, Mich.,
has closed down completely, throwing
out 250 men indefinitely. The officials
say there is no sale for its ore.
The Niedringhaus Granite Ware
works at Granite City, near East St.
Louis, Ills., have been closed because
the supply of coal has given out.
.Gold coin amounting to 9750,000 was
exported to Europe yesterdagr from New
Tork, making a grand total of gold ex
ports since the present movement be
gan of 828.4i9.5TS.
The body of an unidentified man was
found on Windsor park beach, Chicago.
There waa a bullet in the man's head.
hut whether the iatal wound was self-
inflicted is not known.
J. H. Hansler, a telephone lineman.
had a narrow escape from death la
midair-at Chicago. While at work en
a pole he grasped a live wire and waa
frightfully burned before rescued.
The Lutheran church . and school
house at Woodland, Dodge county.
Wis., were struck by lightning and de
stroyed. George Williams, a farmer
living north of Juneau, lost four cows
which were under aetrec
Terence V. Powderiy, of Penasyl
vanla, formerly master workman of the
Knights of Labor, yesterday took the
prescribed oath and received bis com
mission as commissioner general of im
migration, succeeding Herman Stump,
Lee Merri nether, as well known as
any man in Missouri, ex-labor commis
sioner and Democratic candidate for
mayor of St. Louis at the last election.
bad a head-end celllsloa with a scorcher
while out Wheeling and it develops that
H II "P D TMYFllTu Tl?1t7C!
v AiilJJjVy JL AJl iliill O.
.Some Amendments to -Recent
Sensations from Hawaii.
OUB FLAG H HOT THESE JUST YET.
Will Ko Ba Thera Till CsBfrM Pmaaea ta
Annexation Treaty Frwtoctorase Was
Ket Declared Monday, as Reported la
atr actio na to the Minister and Kaval
Comnaaader En-ralted States Minister
' te Japan Comments na the Situation.
Washington, Aug. 4. The correspond
ent of the Associated Press at Honolulu
has been sending some "news" that tbe
departments here desire to correct. Tha
Belgic arrived from the Orient at San
Francisco yesterday and this is what
It Drought from said corresDondent:
'The arrival of the steamshiD Mouna
from San Franciaco means much for
Hawaii. In officials circles It is general-
understood that United States Minis
ter Sewell will carry out the instructions
received in the last mail, said to be to
this effect: If the Mouna brings word
that congress failed te nsss the annexa
tion treaty. Minister Sewell is to declare
protectorate and raise the American
Sag. The American minister has had
frequent consultations with President
Dole within the last week, and it is be
lieved they have agreed on a programme.
The general impression here is that con
gress has decided to let the matter of
annexation wait over until the regular
Camas from n "Reliable" Ssarcc
"The intervenlne? month would ti a
long time for this country to go alone,
in view of the attitude of Janan. and Sec
retary Sherman believes a protectorate
oi me muea states is the only way to
prevent possible hostile action on the
cart of fhe Jananrw A a nnnn aa tha
Mouna arrives it ia understood the Unit
ed States minister will notify this gov
emm'ent of his intention to raise the
American flan. Dinlomatln etinuetto
will. allow a day or two for answer, and
it is expectea everything will be In read
iness to declare a protectorate Monday.
Aug;. 2. The foreeoinar information
comes from a reliable source, and but
rew persona in Honolulu are aware of
the "near approach of the most impor
tant event in the history of the coun
Not a Partfeia of Troth la the Story.
It is declared nositivalv at the a,i.
department that there ha, tieen via
change is the instructions given either
to Minister Sewell or to Admiral Beards
lee as to their atitude toward the Ha
waiian question. The admiral's instruc
tions were to protect American interests
at all points, and to establish a protec
torate only in the event of serious dis
turbance or the commission of some
overt act. It is not understood that tha
execution of this order was at all de
pendent upon the action or non-arslnn
of congress upon the annexation. At the
navy department an even more explicit
denial cf the story that the flag was to
be hoisted Mondav wan nhralnpd Tr
said that Admiral Beardslee's orders
only contemplate a landing in an emer
gency to preserve the eta tusquo, and that
the landing in that case would not be
for a longer period of time than was
necessary to restore eenditions to their
farmer shape. It was said that as Pres
ident McKinley had referred the whole
matter to congress, along with the an
nexation treaty, it would not Be cour
teous to that body for the executive to
act of its own volition until congress
had expressed its will.
Bottom Oat of Another Tarn.
So much for that sensation. Nm nv
another that has recently been exploited.
ine latest aaviees of the navy depart
ment from the Asiastic station make no
mention of anv trouble ourh na nnnrti
between the sailors of the Torktown and
Boston with the Japanese at Kobe, apd
for that reason the officials at the de
partment attach no imnortanr tn. the
report. It Is the practice of commanders
oi unitea states warships to offer a re
wrad for the capture of deserters from
their ships in foreign part and it is
surmised that if any of our sailors have
been roughly handled it may have been
suit aeserters who were captured by
tke local authorities for tha reward a
recently published story of the Ul-teat-
mcni or unitea states sailors in Hono
lulu turns out to have exantl thla et
tor a foundation. Some deserters were
captured by the local police and as they
raanatea it was necessary to tie them np
aad deliver them in this shane aboard
TIEWS OP AST BX-DIPLOMAT.
Leaks far Ha Treable with Jaoan. fVhe
Baa a Oooa Caaa Agalnat Hawaii.
San Francises. Aug. 4. Hon. Edwin
Dun, ex-United . States minister ' to
Japan, ia a through passenger on the
Belgic. He is 'en route for Washing
ton, accompanied by his daughter, and
expects to spead several weeks in the
United States before returning to Japan,
where he has resided since 1873. Dun
believes in Hawaiian annexation, but
is of the opinion that the present con
gress will never take favorable action
on the treaty now before it. He does
not look for any rupture that may dis
turb the friendly relations now exist
ing between tbe United States and
Japan, but he does believe that the
Japanese government has a just claim
against the Hawaiian government ia
connection with the immigration trou
ble, although she is not likely to enforce
her claims In ease the Hawaiian gov
ernment refuses to recognise them.
"Annexation should have been - ac
complished four years ago," said Dun,
"aad then all of the present difficulties
would have been avoided. There is ae
possible likelihood ef trouble between
Japan and the United States, reports'
to the contrary notwithstanding. They
have enjoyed peaceful trade conditions
that ass constantly growing, and Ha
wall is act of sufficient Importance to
"Wag them to aa open rupture.
Japan naturally pretested against the
"I believe that the Japanese govern
ment will act favorably upon the recent
ester "of arbitration made by the ' Ha
waiian government. The Japanese of
all classes feel- very bitterly against
the Hawaiian government, but I may
ventre the opinion that whatever the
outcome or the present correspondence
lay be Japaa will never attempt to use
feree of arms ia enforcing her claim.'
The German bark H. F. Glade ar
rived in port yesterday afternoon direct
Men. thfrty-one women and fourteen
children, all German immigrants, who
will colonise In Hawaii.
MC'S" IN PAST CABINETS.
McKinley taa Pint "Jta" la taa
taat Chair. .
Major MoKicley wae the Rent "Mo" to
he president, bat "Me'e" kt the cabinet
are no novelty. Washington had one in
his second cabinet, he being James He
Henry of Maiwlaad, who was appointed
secretary ef war Jaa. 87,1796. BeHenry
was ajse secretary of war under Presi
dent John Adams.
The next "Mo" to be chosen to a cabi
net position was John McLean of Ohio,
who was appointed postmaster general
by President Monroe Jane So. 1833.
President John Quiucy Adams contin
ued McLean ae postmaster gensral dar
ing hie administration.
Andrew Jackson, remembering; bis
ancestry, made a "Mo" secretary of the
treasury. This was Loais McLane ef
Delaware. Ilia appointment was made
Aug. 18, 1831. Two years later (May
29, 188.) Jackson made McLana secre
tary of state, he succeeding Edward
Livingston of oaieiana.
In 1841 President John Tyler went ee
Ohio for a "Mo" for secretary of war.
choosing John McLean, who had been
postmaster general in Monroe's cabinet.
President MillarU Fillmore haxi a
"Mc" fez seeretarv of the interior. This
was Robert Model land ef Michigan,
who was appointed March 7, 185S.
March 7, 1885, president Lincoln ap
pointed Hugh McCnlloch of Indiana sec
retary of the treaenry, which position
he filled while Andrew Johnson was
The secretary ef war under President
Hayes waa a "Mo." This was Oearge
W. McCrary of Iowa, who wae appointed
March 13, 18t7, and was succeeded by
Alexander Ramsey ef Minnesota Deo.
The next "Mo" to sit in the cabinet
was Wayne MacVeaghof PeDosjJvania,
who was attorney general tmder Presi
There have been fonr rseereteNes of
war whose namee bearin with" M," two
secretaires of the treasury, two post
masters general, one secretary of the
interior and one attorney general.
Of the letters following, the "Mo"
three have been C's (three distinct per
sons, three different positions), two have
been H's (the same person, same posi
tion), four L's (two persons, ftve posi
tions), one Y.--Salt Lake HerakL
hnanioaed by a Bag.
Several years.ago in Wisconsin, be(ore
the Indian had retired from the neigh
borhood of the white man, a Brother
and her little girl were alone in their
cottage on the edge of a Brest forest.
Everything seemed peaceful, and there
was no thought of danger. The another
sat inside the doer sewing, wirfle the
child-was in the bright sunshine-playing.
Their large black dog Cuff was the
only ether member of the family. 8ad-
dealy half a deeen Indians fresh from a
recent raid "on whisky stood in the door
way and demanded more whisky. The
lady had ho whisky, but offered them
food and drink. The Indians, however,
were drank, and before the mother
could interfere tbe roughest seised the
little girl and waa making off with her
when the dog, which had wandered
away a abort distance, came bounding
back. In an instant he bad the savage
by the throat and threw him te the
ground. The others, having ho firearms,
beat a hasty retreat. The dog kept a
tight grip on tbe Indian until they had
all gene, then released him, and he also
departed. Our Dumb Animals.
Mosart lived 87 years. His first mast
was composed when he wae lees than
lb years hi age, and the enormous
anantitv of hia acminniirinna bm tke.
work of the enoeeedfng' 3? years. Me-
xsn wrote ai symphoBtea, lS'masnes,
ever 30 .oneraa aad drasnatin 'mmnnari.
t ions, ,4T senate, together with an Im
mense aamber of vocal and concerted
pieces in ahapst every lira of the ark,'
CSalongo Grain aad Pi aaaco.
CUeaa, Aug. I.
Following were the:qnotatMnsh the
Board of Trade today: Wheat Sep
tember, opeaad T8e, ctesei D
e era bar, opened 7f Sfcc. cWed TTe. Cera
September, osened StAao. closed' Wftir-
Deceinher. opened 30c, closed See. Oats
September, opened 17c, atoned 18c;
December, apeaed MVc, closed Mc.
Pork bVptem hac, opened 7!5e, eineed
tV.9.. leurd September, opesred t4.2J4,
closed $4-35; October, opened 14. M, ciessd
Produce: Butter Bxtra . creamers;
14c per- lb; cxtsa dairy, 13c; -free
packing stock. Se. Kara PVeah
stock, Mc pr dozen. Live Poartxy '
-ruriceys, 7iac per lb; chickens, 7S7fee;
sprsng, 99c: dircks, frfec, sw.
potatoes, tl.5yi.T per bbl. Blaokber,
riw-rair srorau. avuara pwrt la-OX.
ease. Raspberries Red, fefMOc -per 4
pt. case; blaek. lOfft&e per It-tit. caser
Chicago Live Staak.
Chicago, Aug. g.
Hogs Estimated 'receipts for the daja-.
17.000. . rUles rejeged at trtOfn.M for
pigs. 13.7d04.M for. light. tl.ESff iff) .'for
t3.7i93.se for heavy .packing ina ship
ping lets. Cattle rima ted receipts for
the ay, S.S0O. Quotations ranged at
I4.909a.ZS for eheiee te. extra shipping
steeps, t4.50iiT4.9S rond-te cholee V. 4 f r
ei.ep Air te geo. tW5C4.tr) crimen to
nrruuuin. do.. ,ww:itr DUlcnem' -nteera
.:f,90 stock,. tXfOfiTai feelers.
tTMff Sift eows; I 0f4.30 heifers Vt W9
a.w Duna. oxen ejrrj wags. Z.Tgg.ZSTa; -as
etees. 4ajB tt.2JZS veal eTa
ewiT (.Eiwaiaa roccinxs ror tne .-aay.
.Milwaukee. Auc. t.
ArThestarKe. 1 aortheta. tte; No.
wrug, sac; ureampcr. TShV.
Core cesso. .
Oslo lfrOTOc. "
faT-Tlmotbr, I7br JO; wild, tteM.
Potatoes 60e a tmatwL
Bauer Pair to caoloe, Ite; fresh creamery.
Ergs Freeh, Sc.
hiekena ee; spring chicken, tttS I
Coal Soft, lOe.
Cau le Batchers pay tor eera fed steers V4
eMHc; aow nod bdlera, luetic; calves, 4
Wl ARI ASSERTING DC THB COURTS OLH RIGHT TO TH
fSTCLUSIVB USE OF TUX WORD "CAn-BTORIA.." A XT)
"PITCHER'S CASTORUL," AS OUR TRAD MAKE.
I DR. SAMUEL PITCHER, of Hyannis, XoMaehueite,
uas th$ originator "PITCHER'S CASTORIA," the sax:
that has bone and does now fy ," 7" eceri
bear the facsimile signature ef 6 wrapper.
This is the original - PITCHER'S CASTORIA." thick has been
used in the homes of the Mothers of America for over thirty
years. LOOK CAREFULLY at the wrapper and vc that it is
the kind you have always bought sfTZZZT? 071
and has the signature of CXm&fffa$26&. wrap
per, fib one has authority from me to use mg name ex
cept The Centaur Company of which Chas. H. Fltieher is
President , y . A
March 8,1SS7. C&L-h.j,.
Do Not Bo Deoeived.
Do not endanger the life of your )lild by accepting
a cheap substitute which some druggist may offer you
(because he makes a few more pennies on it), th in
frrodients of which even Ae does not know.
"The End Ton Have Always Bought"
BEARS THE FACSIMILE SIGNATURE OF
Insist on Having
The End That Never Failed You.
vaa cea-rava ooaeaat. tr ow naar eraser, near toaa aire.
J. m, purorcp.
lizzzi Fztnptly Pill.
arfctfaadwetl taewn Fhe
Zxzzi fean! tisntg
Axhlsr vti trirxr.mi
For cheapness, dRrabllity aad
beantj exoeiled by none. This
tone does not waah or eolor iha
wall with alkeX!, eta. Flaai Mat
hi for eetimatea will reeeiTe
aretal attentioti and ke ratariiad
promptly at onr expMaa.
Qanrriaa IS aaUea ltoia Koek
Iilaad on the C. B. e Q. B. B.
Tralaa Hot. mad 10 will -top
aad let visitor off aad .
Crii;9 stsae, ecrn crib
fcbslb &nd, fcsndatlcn
stcna tny ttza dsshrcd.
BaaiplMof Btoaa Bad Photoe ef
BsilaJapa eaa ba snhem at Kaerai
BTo. is. ir.tfihell s. Lradea biUd
AjrtSiur BnciaS. mariasffer,
Rock. Island or Colooa. IS,
teaman site ,, reeeie.ni
jspsklra ,,,,, M,, rhactav.
tiannbaeansasamlei' .atuitrssbis. Wat
Vhito Seal saloon
181s Scond Arenuo.
THE TBaTILMS' GUIDE.
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aajr Tlrba' can aa Bimbatod or eatri.ag
eted at It I f Toet ,ia aisaat dp 4.r
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8 turns City St. Jenerh.
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team a) Das ofcaas......
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jaacaauao via WHW
t -.b ran
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A1 ethers salt. Tolenkeac lata.
spear enaBiats a railatsa flenpst ajru le at
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go at l:t a . at. aroiar.
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canta aaA aixicei
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saeet. at 4 loang. agoaa.
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Peoria, Baasertbtra, Ew-
linsoa AW sat . . . : tral na til flD :i
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Sor Si. Laais Sat hat lcSk. Taaaaaj and r ri
ser. Per an tarneaatjren asalg
aa, Anenw. feataf smM
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To tha East via fhe
R. I. & P.
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Lv Sack lalanA
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t ea tan
Sn aW-BBBnaanajaa. HWSSsqa.ea- aw t
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Th rough car service
final ssvst of Peoria aarry 15 ross-h
eiehM aad almtvlm ean ca alVLt
traliuka prlaheipla ei. .
faU hf TBomas, dragzljt.
portent, but he refused to give an ac-
us injuries arc serious.
from Germany. She has on board lit