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For mle In Bock Island by John Bi rgitotud
Iferslisll A Piaber, drsgrjjte.
RsUteof Rebates HtawT.diWMH
Toe uunlfiiM having bom nnponned ad
Bdalatnlot Of too estate of Rebecca Ramsey,
ate ; l the eranty of Bock Island, ataae of
liiiaot, dtomd, hereby gives notice that k
Brill appear before tbe county coart of Rock bland
Slant, at the connty coart mom tn the
city of Rnek Island, at tbe Keptemhrr trrm. oa
the tret Monday In Pepteniber next, at whlrta tlm
all Mi"Wi aavine claims amlaat mA .t am
BoUsed and requested to attend, for tho porpoM
ef having the um adjaated.
- All ;mnt Indebted to said estate are request
ed to sjase ta: mediate payment to tha andar-
WW Wl U V 7 A 1. IWf.
ftaoans H. Kwaaoarv Administrator.
Bwk A Walk i a, Attorneys. -
Ritats of Christine Baneber, deceased.
Tha endarslgntd having bean appointed ad
gBtnlsfalor of tha es'ste of Ghrlatlnc
Readier, lata of tho county of Bock bland.
State Illinois, deceased, hereby gives notice
that ha will appear before tha eonnty coart o
Back leUad coonty, at tha coetty coon
rooai. ta the cut of Rock Ieland. at the Hep
toaV r Inn, on tha Int Monday-la September
Bait, a' which time all persona having clalnu
gala said estate are notified and requested to
attend for the parpoee of having the mm ad
lasted AO persons Indebted to said aetata are re-
Saeeted to suae Immediate payment to tha at
ersuiaed. Dated this sad day of July A. D.. lm
hiTiu Banc a in. Administrator.
Ratueof Kllen Riny. deceased.
Thy aadersigned bylna been appointed exact
tor of the last will and testament of Elian
Biley, late of the coonty of Hock bland.
state or Illinois, oeeearea, hereby gives notice
mat ne win appret oeiore me coaoty court of
look Island county, at. the coort room of
Said soon, la the rltv of ilnck laiaiul- .1 th
October term, on the flret Monday tn October
next, at which time all persons having claims
Spain said estate are notified and requested to
attend for the purpoae of having tha eante ad
lasted. All persons indebted to said estate are
reqaa-ud to make Immedlsle paymeht to tbe aa
Aenrlitued. Sated tola lath da nf Arjrntt, A. D. 1WT
Knnsar . iluisov. Execs tor.
TATR OP 1LL1T01S,1M
. Bon IsLABB Cocstt, I
1b tha circuit court, September tana, A. D
18VT. In ehsncrif.
Marra'ut Kala vs. Joho J. Kaln.
Affidavit of nrjtv-resldenee of the above named
4fMrluit. Jnhti J kaln hawiti Ham SIjwI In llu
clerk's office of the clrrntt ennrt of said connty,
ottc at therefore hereby given to the said Don
resident dvfentlar.t that the complainant died
Bar kill of eomplalot In aald court, ontbechan
eery side tbeieof, oa the 41b dsy of Asgiwt. IMV7,
Bad tl,et thereupon, a somnKms Issoed bat of said
eonrt, wherein aald rnit Is now pending, return
Bkle a the third Monday In tha month of 8ep
tombvraezt; as Is bv law required. Mow, unless
yoe, the raid aon rretdeut dtfrndant above
named, shall peraonally be and appear before
aid rlrenlt eonrt, on the Sret da? of the next
tern thereof, to be holden at Bock Is and. In
and for tb said enantr, on tha third Monday
la September text and pled. answer or de
merto the raid eomplainania' bill of complaint.
chatiterfand rttud will be taken an confessed,
and a derrre entered against you according to the
prayer of raid bill.
t BORQB W. OAVBLl, Clerk.
an laiaad. III.. AngnM 10, im.
Wiu.ua b. Lcun-ra, Complainant's Solicitor.
t Pnbllcatton NoUoo.
TATE 0 1LLIHOIH, I
But K ULABD I'OEKTT, (
li h nirrnlt court, to the Brptember term
JSVT In rheneerv.
Allre .'. hUhnn TS,C1rk R Mahan
a a.itavH of aon-reui'nca of clak R. Ma-
ban, ' the above named defendant, having
been Ilea ta tne cierk s office or the clr
calt art of said connty, notice la therefore here
by given to the said non-resident defendant,
that the complainant tiled her bill of com
plaint In eald court oa tho chancer aide there
of on the ltlth day or Atigoat, 197, and that
thereupon a summons tamed out of eald coart,
w he ruin said snit I now pending, returnable
oa thf third Monday In tha month of Setoinbir
Beit, ae Is by law required. Sow, unless you, the
aid nrn-reetdent de endant above named,
shall personally be and appear botora tha said
etrcnit court oa the flrat day of next
term thereof, to be holden at Kock Mand,
In and for the eald county, on the third Monday in
Arptrmevr next, and plead, anawer or demur
to tha eald complainant's bill of complaint, the
Same and the matters and things therein charged
Bad kin ted will be taken a confeaerd and a de
. cree entered a 'alnat you according to tha prayer
at aald bill.
GaoasB W. ft.aaia, Clerk.
8. -.a bland, HI.. Augtiat 10. 1807.
A dai a Pi.sasahtk, Complainant's Solicitor.
TaTI or 1LLIKOI. I
LoCS laXABD COUBTT, J
la the circuit court, September term, 1807, la
Ainma Jenkins va. Bdward Jenkins.
At davit of aofr-reeidenca of the above
naav-d defendant having been filed in
the clerk's offtce of the circuit court of said
eeaety. notice Is therefore hereby g ven to the said
non-resident defendant that the oompletnaut
led her hill of complaint la said court, on the
ahancerveide thereof, on the axth day of Jtlr.
IMrT. and that thereanoa a snmmoos Issued
eat of eald eonrt. wherein aald salt Is now pond
tec, returnable on the third Mondar in themonth
of rnit-aber aeit. as la bv law rranlred. row.
nleae yoa, the said non-realdenl defendant
above named, shall penonally be and ap
pear Before the said circuit coart, on the tret
day of the next term thereof, to be ho den at
Bnch laland In a-d for the said count), on the
third Monday la September next, and plead, an
awai or demur to the said eomplalaaat's bill of
. aneaulalnt, Ike same end the mature and things
tnerv's charged and stated will oe taken as con
fessed, and a eecrre ent- red against you aocord-
. ag ie we prayer oi eaia uiu.
Gbobsb V7. Oabbxb, Clerk,
t Bock leland. M., Aeg It, IrVT
Jaaxs M. BaAaixM.kT. Complainant' Solicitor.
STATU OF ILLINOIS, I
'Mock Islasd Cocxtt, f .
In the etrcnit enart of satd eoanty, to the Hep-
atmner vraa, A. u. inv, in en an eery,
liora Wilena vs. William Wllaoe.
Affidavit of Bou-reeldenee of tre above de
fendant. William Wtleoa.havtng bean lied In
the clerk's offlee of the circuit court of said
aocrnly, notice te th, rire hereby given to the
aaM aoa-reeiurnt aerr-.aai trial ids complain
ant t'.ed Bar bill f comtdaiat ta said coart. oa
the chancery side thereof, on the 10h day of
Aarnst, A. D. 1WT. and that thereupon earn
saoaa leaned oat of avid coart, whereia eald
. eall la now pending, returnable on the third
oeday In the month of September
eat, ae le by law required. Bow. an-
lees yoa. the eald non-resident defendant
a bore named shall personally be and appear
before aald circuit court, to be holden at
Boaa laland la aad for the said coonty, oa tha
third Monday In September next, aad plead, an
swer or demur to tha said complainant a bill of
eom.-lalat. the same and the matters sad things
thereia charged and staled will be taken at eon
faaaed, aad decree entered agalaat yoa acoof-
aag (o toe prayer ex saua biu.
OaoBoa W. Oabbxb. Clark.
Deled st Borh Island, lit., this una dav o' Aa-
nst, A. D. IstT. Mega T A atcgsiBT.
1 AVE YOU Catoren- Snvta. Aeta!dke?i
f lien In Boetk. Hlril nt rite COtSBU
'jEMEDf VO-aaVI Btoeaeila TeespteJ
a karoo. III. fat arena e ears. Csirl 1
ke. BIIBB.OOP. VMoMWH tn lev
f B aire. Ill asai keek fees.
Sheriff at Decatur, lllsu. Proposes
U to Resist the Marching
f Mine Strikers.
OOFFEEI IS VEAST OP BEADLEY,
Aad Be aad His A rosy At Ordered Away
oa Fata of Being Drives Off Today
Strike Leader Bun Oat of Camp for Al
iased Treason The rUssj mt HlaarUe
Tbe lajoaetloa Freely TJsed la tho Fltta
barr tMatrlct Agalaat tha Strikers, Who
Are DeftAat Crisis at Hand, -
Springfield. Ilia., Aug-. 13. Late last
night Adjutant General Ree.ce received
telegram from Sheriff Nicholson, of
Decatur, asking; for 100 rifles and am
munition, with which to arm his depu
ties, fifty of whom have been sworn In
aad are now In the Decatur court bouse.
B. B. Ray, who Is representing; the kot
ernor In Decatur, baa refused to ask
for them. A State Register special from
Niantic states that tbe Nlantic miners
held a meeting; there last night and by
a vote of 45 to 23 decided to strike.
Trouble la Not Over at Coffeea.
St, Louis, Aug. 13. A special to Tbe
Republic from Coffeen, Ills., says:
frank Campbell, who was until Wednes
day the trusted lieutenant of "General"
Bradley, was forced to flee for his life
from the strikers' camp west of town
last evening. He was pursued by an
angry mob of Slavs, who charged him
with having sold Bradley and bis men
out to the Colleen Coal and Copper
company. Campbell declares that he
acted In good faith and that he did
not sell his comrades out. In accordance
with tha agreement entered Into
Wednesday night. Superintendent Mills
ordered the freight stopped at the
strikers' camp .yesterday morning, but
the campers hooted tbe crew and told
them to move on. They said that they
were going to storm the town. Not a
man got aboard. The strikers are stiU
defiant. Last night Sheriff Randle
posted a proclamation ordering the
strikers to disperse from their camp and
leave . the county.
Be b Hot Time Here Today, Perhaps.
The members of the board of super
visors, under whose orders tbe sheriff
Issued the proclamation, drove to camp
yesterday afternoon. Chairman Cars
tens informed the striken that they
are violating the law, are a menace to
a peaceable community, and are sub
ject to arrest. Bradley again made an
effort to secure tbe consent of Sheriff
Randle and Mayor Traylor to make a
demonstration in the streets of Cof
feen. He offered any sort of concession
the officers might name, but both were
obdurate. Tbe supervisors beld a con
ference with the sheriff and mayor and
It was decided to give the strikers tune
to peaceably disperse before dispers
ing them, and the sheriff's proclamation
ordering them to disperse was written.
If the camp is not broken by tomorrow
and the crusaders are not on the move
the sheriff declares he will charge them
with a force of 200 armed men and
sweep the grove with bayonets.
Marion Looking for a Bold.
Marion, Ilia, Aug. 13. Yesterday the
first indication of trouble among tbe mln
ers developed in this county. In thecoun
ty there are quite a number of mines
running on full time to the entire satis
faction of the mine owners and miners.
Indications now point to sarious diffi
culties on account of a large body of
marcning miners In camo at Johnson
City, live miles north of Marion. They
camewthere Wednesday night and have
succeeded In obtaining a walkout of the
miners at that place. Their next noint
is this city. The feellna of the minora
nere is decidedly in favor of no strike.
INJUNCTION AOAIST STRIKERS.
DO Armlt Oets One That Warns Them
"Off tho Earth" with Qualifications.
Pittsburg, Aug. 13. "Government by
injunction" will have a very full trial
in this strike district within the next
few day. De Armlt has obtained
temporary restraining order from Judge
Collier, In which the strikers are warned
off the earth" in the nieghborhood of
the De Armlt mines, with, however, this
important qualification: "for the par
pose by intimidation, menaces, threats
W. Ha PALMER.
"Saved Prom tha Horrors of Nervous Pros
tration" by Dr. Milea Nervine.
COUGH does not always indicate
consumption. Mr. W. H. Palmer, cat
Waterloo, Iowa, writes: "I was taken
with a nerrons stricture of tbe bronchial
tubes, which developed Into nervous pros
tration, I was so weak I could not sit up.
got no eleep for daya except when under Um)
Innuence of opiates, aor four months I suf
fered agonies aad prayed that I might die
aad be at
physician aald I bad
consumption, for I bad
a cough that gave ae
no icst. But a good
aaedicine bad failed,
advised aw to use Dr.
Wervlne and I thank 6od that it baa bright
ened my days, lengthened my life aad saved
me from tbe horrors of nervous prostration."
Dr. Miles Bemedles areeold by alldrag-
glsts under a positive guarantee. Int bottle
beneuta or money rafmaded. Book oa Bears
and Iterves seat free te all aiwUcaata,
OB. MILES MfDlCAI 00, lqfchaaJ-A.
1wejra of BfWTenUrig "tna
miners of the plaintiff from workinar-
Tbo minors and their officials claim that
tney are keeping- within tbe law and
have the right to assemble in peace and
cramonstrate to tha world that they are
being wronged by a rate of wages that
keepa them constantly at the point of
star-ration; also that they have a right
to use weir presence and Influence
among the men who , are militating
against meir interests by continuing at
work. The New York and Cleveland
Gas Coal company, on the other band,
assert that the marches and assemblages
are unlawful and a menace to their em
ployes, many of whom, they say, are
willing to work provided the strikers re
If the strikers continue their marches.
as they now say they will In defiance of
the Injunction, capiases will be Issued
for the offenders on the charge of con
tempt ef court. Should the injunction
be enforced, the strikers camps around
the De Armlt mines will soon be extinct.
The avowed intention of the strikers to
march despite the Injunction is expected
to result in bloodshed, or the filling of
the county prisons with arrested miners.
The Injunction was read to President
Dolan by a deputy yesterday afternoon
at miners' headquarter. Dolan, who was
writing at the time, scarcely stopped his
work for more than a second, and when
the reading was finished acknowledged
it by merely saying "Thank you." He
says the injunction will not change the
miners' campaign in the least-
It is claimed by the strikers that this
movement of the company is only anoth
er plan for getting the militia on the
ground. When they find that the min
ers will not obey the injunction and that
the Jails are becoming crowded it is ex
pected that the sheriff wilt adjudge that
his deputies are not sufficient to cope
with the situation, and be will be con
strained to call out the militia. This is
the view of the situation taken by the
leaders of the strikers now in camD.
Last evening the strikers at Plum Creek
held a meeting and voted unanimonsly
to hold the fort, but not to resist arrest.
The resolutions say that if one man la
arretted they will have to arreEt ail-
Without doubt there will be stirring
events in the Pittsburg district to day.
HOW THEY CAME DOWN OX NIANTIC
Haiders Permitted to Hold a Meeting in
the Town Warned tram Decatur.
Decatur, Ills., Aug. 13. About 300 hun
dred miners from out of the county are
now In camp at Niantic Seventy-five
are from Lincoln and the rest from
Springfield. They are quiet and order
ly, and so far have shown no signs of
giving trouble at any time. Those who
have talked with them are of the opin
ion that the leaders will succeed in their
expressed intention of keeping down
anything like disorder. The village
board of Niantic has put on duty twen
ty extra policemen. Tbe men stayed
at work In the Niantic mine all day and
told the management that it was their
desire to continue at work.
When they came out they were in
vited to a meeting in the town hall, ar
ranged by Lincoln and Springfield min
ers for the purpose of talking to the
Niantic miners about striking. Only
miners were admitted to that meeting.
It Is expected that the Lincoln and
Springfield miners will continue their
march to Decatur today. Sheriff Nichol
son and Mayor Taylor drove to Niantic
yesterday afternoon' and read to the
assembled miners a proclamation issued
by the mayor Wednesday night. They
advised the miners not to come to De
catur, and told them that any Indica
tion of violence would be met with
prompt measures of repression. The
Decatur miners say that they will stay
at work, and they will be fully pro
tected. Pinckneyvnie, Ills., Aug. 13. The sit
uation at Duquoin assumed a new pose
yesterday morning, and work in the
mines has been practically suspended
after four weeks of activity. Near two
weeks ago, at a meeting of less than
ZOO of the" Duquoin men. It was de
cided to strike, but as the main body
of men had not attended the decision
was almost without effect, and two or
three days later all the men were at
work. Seemingly without organized ef.
fort, three fourths of the men did not
go to work yesterday morning. A meet
ing of the Duquoin men held last even
Ing and a committee was appointed to
ascertain the desires of the men with
regard to striking.
Strikers Capture a Train.
Bridgeport, O., Aug. 13. Three hun
dred miners from Wheeling Creek, May
nard and Barton, massed here Wednes
day night and marched te the River
side and Belmont mines. They succeed
ed in getting all of the men out, and
returning marched to Martin's Perry
to get me taugnun miners out. The
Barton and Maynard men flagged the
mgnt ireignt and took possession, com
pelllng the crew to carry them to this
Strike at Evanavtlle a Failure,.
Evansvnie. Ind.. Ane. 13. The ioi
miners' strike in this section imiMn
to ne a rauure. Tha marching delega
tions persuaded the men to come out
Of the mines or a. nortlrm rf than,
Wednesday and yesterday the men
went dbck to me number of about half.
All are expected to go to work today.
Mines alone- the Air T.lnc Atmhi
Boonvllle, Little's' and others are all
reBortea at work.
Patting am Aire.
A Brooklyn barber shop rejoices in
the following sign, "Physiognomical
Hairdresser, Facial Operators, Cranium
Manipulators and Capillary Hair Cut
ting. Shaving with Ambidextrous
Abridger Facility. "St Joseph Ga-
Triad ta Bo Cheerful.
Tbe Minister's Wife I'm afraid Mr.
Skinflint does not realize that tbe Lord
loves a cheerful giver.
Tbe Minister Ob, I don't know.
Tbe less be gives tbe more cheerfnllv
be gives it Brooklyn Life.
Dickie Waasa to Take Mawselfctwt.
"What are yon going to be when yon
B"w mp, any aroyr
"A king," answered Willi prooflly.
"And von. Dickie"
"I gaess I'll to an see." Detroit
rree item .
"He is good na tared, is her
"Good n a tared I Why, I have known
that man to wear a smiling face when
be was speaking of taking off a noroat
plaster. "Boston Traveler.
Says That Chaurgj of Attempted
Bnbwry of Topulitts Is Ab
RAISES AS ISSUE OF VEH1C1TY,
la Which Then Csa Bs Vs DssM That
Soaaehody la Pravarioatla Soath Caro
lina Pellttae Develops a Droaaasie Sitaav
as aad a Patattaa; Seoator Peeaenatle
ateetety to. Saw York Deauada IVoyalty
ta the Chicago Convention.
Cleveland. Aug. 13. On bis return
from Chicago yesterday Major Charles
Dick authorised an Interview on tbe
subject of tbe charges of vote-influencing
made in the late Populist state con
vention in conection with his name. He
said: "The whole story of attempted
bribery is absurdly false. On Monday
morning last I received a note from Mr.
Hugo Preyer, asking a personal loan and
promising to return It in a few daya In
response to that request I gave him my
personal check for $25. The check Itself
is the best evidence of that fact that
could be given. On this mere Incident
the attempt ta made to create a political
sensation. I never gave Mr. Preyer or
any other man a dollar with a view of
controlling his political action or influ
encing the result of the Populist conven
Call of Bev. Mr. Taylor.
Asked for a general statement of the
circumstances leading up to tbe inci
dents which marked the sensational
averments in connection with the Popu
list convention, he said: "As nearly as I
can recall. Rev. Mr. Taylor called on me
abcut six or eight weeks ago making
application to be employed as a cam-
paigb orator. He presented letters rep
resenting him to be a preacher and a
good speaker. He was a frequent caller
at my office, pressing bis application for
employment, but he never received a
check from me and I never gave or
promised him a dollar to control his po
litical conduct Upon his urgent and re
peated requests, and after Mr. Preyer
had called several times at my office and
failed 'to -see me, I fixed a time when he
could see me, as is done every day with
callers, whoever they may be.
Gives His Reverence the Lie.
'At that conference be expressed his
views in the matter of the middle-of-the-
road ticket, which was discussed in a
general way. However, at that time he
said to me that he did not think he would
attend the state convention. No under
standing or arrangement was made or
attempted, and at no time has Mr. Prey
er acted under my direction or repre
sented me In any way. As I understand
it neither Mr. Preyer nor Mr. Taylor
were delegates pr had any connection
with the convention. I heard nothing
more from him until the receipt of the
note requesting the loan, which I con
sfdered and treated as a purely person
al matter. Others whose names have
been mentioned in connection with this
matter never received a cent from me or
the promise of any pay for political
I.OTAI. DEMOCRATIC LEAGUE.
Telia tho Democratic Committee of Kew
Tork the Chicago Platform Goes.
Syracuse, . N. Y., Aug. 13. The sub
committee of the Loyal Democratic
League last evening adopted an address
to the Democratic state committee of
New York. It tells the committee that
the people who selected Its members
demonstrated by their votes last fall
their loyalty to the platform adopted
by the Democratic party In national
convention at Chicago, and to the oan
didates nominated thereon. The address
declares that If the Democratic voters
of the state could speak at this time
there would be no question that the
Chicago platform would be reaffirmed
and a candidate nominated for chief
judge of the court of appeals who ac
tively and openly supported the par
ty's candidates and platform last falL
If no state convention shall be called
this fall the demand Is made that the
Btate committee Issue an unequivocal
reaffirmation of the platform of the
Buffalo convention and also of the Chi
cago platform, and nominate a can
didate who la In full accord with both
DRAMATIC SCENE ON THE STTJXP.
South Carolina Politician Confesses a Blls-
take Senator McXauria Falnta.
Yorkvllle, S. C, Aug. 13. The sena
torial campaign meeting here yesterday
was quite dramatic Candidate May-
field made good an offer that if he could
not prove that Senator McLaurin had
tried to organize a Populist party In
South Carolina he would withdraw as
a candidate for tbe United States sen
ate against McLaurin. He said be was
now convinced from proof McLaurin
bad given him that McLaurin largely
prevented a Populist organisation in
South Carolina. He said be bad done
McLaurin an injustice and would with
draw from the race.
McLaurin shook his hand and thanked
him amid great applause. Governor
Evans said McLaurin had Invited him
to go Into the Populist party with him.
and this led to a heated discussion.
McLaurin spoke with much vehemence
that he fainted on concluding. He was
taken to his hotel and the doctors in
sist on his resting for a few days. - Gov
ernor Evans and Senator - McLaurin
showed much feeling toward each other.
Gov. Holeoanh Deaoi
Lincoln, Neb., Aug. 13. Recently pub
lished correspondence between Gover
nor Holcomb and eastern newspapers,
for which tbe governor has been crltl
ctsed In this state, wss made tbe subject
of a denunciatory resolution adopted
by the Republican county convention
yesterday. The resolution is as follows:
TTiat this convention condemn In nn-
measured terms the calamitous and mis
leading reports authorised by Governor
Holcomb and sent by hun to tha east
ern press as to the agricultural re
sources of this state, and further we
condemn bis misstatements of facts a
to the real cause ot Nebraska's pros
perity, achieved in spite ot the pes
simism of PopuMam.
Hew leader for Sane as Fooaliata.
Topeka. Kan.. Aug. IX The Populist
state central committee met here last
night to accept the resignation of John
W. CreIdentlnBl."wtto has be. eft a
of the Kansas Populists aad chairman
of their atate central eotnaalttee atnoe
the organisation of the party. Taylor
Riddle, a fusion! st Populist, was named
aa his successor.
WHIRLWINO AND WATERSPOUTS
PheaoaaaBara Seen Omt I
' n-oreat Cfcty.
Cleveland, Aug. 13. A strange phe
nomenon was seen by residents of this
city at 8 o'clock yesterday morning.
Five ' large waterspouts were seen far
out in the lake moving in an easterly di
rection. One of these traversed the dis
tance from the western horixon. where
they were first sighted' by the lookout
at the life-saving station, to the eastern
horizon, where it Anally disappeared-or
struck the shore. In fifteen minutes.
Two struck the shore near the foot of
Willson avenue, while the other two pur
sued their easterly course down the lake
The largest spout struck the shore at the
foot of Coe street with terrific force.
The large gate of the Avery Stamping
company waa twisted from its hinges
and the large timbers scattered In every
The shipping department of this clant
Is now being ropaired, and a large sec
tion of the roof was taken off. A box
car on the track at the side of the ship
ping house waa driven sixty feet one
way on the track, and then blown to the
end of the track in the opposite direc
tion. Windows were broken and several
large sections of the roofs from sur
rounding sheds were blown off. Then the
force of the whirlwind, for such It was,
seemed to spend itself. The path seemed
to be about 500 feet in width and pur
sued a southeasterly course through the
city. No one was injured.
DEVILISH DEED OF MEXICANS.
Because They Daat Like a Family They
Bauag a IS-Year Old Boy.
Kansas Olty. Aug. 13. A special to
The Journal from El Paso says: Harold
Mosler, of Kansas City, the 15-year-old
son of a division superintendent ot the
Kansas City. Pittsburg and Gulf rail
road, left his father's ranch near Cham-
berino. in Dona Ana county. N. M.. last
Friday evening to visit neighbors. Sun
day evening the boy's horse came In
alone and search waa made for the
youth. His body was found hanging to
a cottonwood tree on the main road
from Chamberico to his home.
Hehad evidently been dead twenty-four
hours. The ground showed that the boy
had been "roped" from his horse by
mounted men and strung up to the cot
tonwood. The murder is- supposed to
have been committed by Mexican neigh
bors of the Moslera, with whom the fam
ily have been In trouble over their ranch
Illinois Farmer Bound and Gagged.
Kewanee, Ilia, Aug. 13. Bound and
gagged, James Johnston, a wealthy
bachelor farmer, passed Tuesday night
upon the floor of his kitchen. He waa
assaulted by two masked men at S
o'clock at night while eating supper
and tied hand and feet and thrown
Into a corner ot the room while the
men searched through tbe house for
the secret hoard of money which they
believed be possessed.
Not Racking Klondyke Schemes.
Chicago. Aug. 13. The following per
sons have found it necessary to an
nounce that they are not Interested In
any way with recently exploited schemes
to get rich by gold mining in the Alas
kan or British American fields: Mra,
John A Logan, George R. Davis, ex-
Mayor Dewitt C. Cregler. ex-Mayor
Swift, Lorin C. Collins and Senator
William E. Mason.
Philadelphia la Wide Awake.
Philadelphia, Aug. 13. The first of
the series of merchants' excursions ar
ranged by the Trades' League of this
city will arrive at noon today. The
start was made yesterday from points
onthelineof the Pennsylvania railway in
Indiana, Kentucky, Ohio, West Virginia
and western Pennsylvania. Over Z.OOO
western merchanta and their families
CbJeage Grata aad Prod nee.
Chicago, Aug. 12.
Following were the Quotations on the
Board of Trade today: wneat August-
opened and closed nominal; September,
opened bikc. closed BlTec: jjecemner,
opened 81'4c, closed 8314c; May, opened
83c, closed 85Hc Corn August, opened
and closed nominal; September, opened
71c, closed VSSkc; December, opened
28ftc closed VtVic: May. opened 31 14c,
closed 32c. Oats August, opened and
closed nominal; September, opened 1714c,
closed 17 c; December, opened 18sc
closed 18c; May. opened 20Hc closed
2074C. Pork septemner. opened 7.so,
closed $7.85; October, opened 17.8a, closed
nominal: December, opened S7.BZH-
closed $7.95. Lard September, opened
S4.30, closed 14.26; October, opened 14.25,
Produce: Butter Extra creamery.
15c per lb: extra dairy. 12c; fresh
tacking stock. 8c. Eggs Fresh
stock, 1014c per a ox en. t,ive i'ouury
Turkeys, 7f 9c per To; chickens hens).
7Hj8c; spring. SHP10c; ducks, 8&8lxc.
Potatoes Early Ohio, itob5c per ou.
Blackberries Fair to good. 40 60c per
ITBJoago lira steak.
Chicago. Aug. 12.
Hoa-s Estimated receipts for the day.
25,000; sales ranged at $2.75 J.5 for
pigs. $3.75n3.96 for light, $J.461.0 for
rough packing, $3.70&i.O for mixed and
$3,6513.85 for heavy packing and ahip
Dina lots. Cattle Estimated receipts for
the day, 7,500; feeWrg r"ong; quotations
ranged at 14.soct9.1e 1 n choice to extra
Shipping steers, $4.50j-a good to choice
do., (4.20&4.50 fair to good, $3.854.ie
common to medium do.. $S.604J4.t5 butch-
era's steers. $3.253. SO Mockers. $3,800
4.45 feeders, $1.M3.M cows, S2.f04.
heifers. $2.00tjx.so bulls, oxen and stars.
$2.?5J4.20 Texas exeers, and $3.25t?-JS
veal calves, eneep ana -iamh EstI
mated receipts for the day. 12.000; feel-lna-
steady: quotations ranged at $2.75
fjf.10 westerns. S2.7&3.5e Tr-xans. $2,160
t.ro natives, ana vs.z&ers.za tamos.
Milwaukee, Aug. 12.
Wheat Hle-ber: Nn 1 awwthm bill.
No. spring. 88 14c; December, 82c. Cora
Firm; No. x, 28c. Oats Steady; No.
2 white, xoliesiHc. Rye Higher; No.
1- ofaw nariasToa.raUlafjr; KO 1 sUlt
Cot n 9Mk33e
Bay-Timothy, tTQgTJO; wDt, sga.
natter ranrtoaBstae, Me;
Kggs wean, sa.
CatUe Butane is pay for eora fed
lore, MsMe; eeJvaa,
AN OPEN LETTER
WE ARB ASSERTING VS THE COURTS OCR RIGHT TO THE
EXCLUSIVE USB OF THE WORD C ASTORIA," AND
"PITCHER'S C ASTORIA," AS OUR TRADE mack.
I, OR. SAMUEL PITCHER, of Eyonnis, Uossockusett
was the originator of PITCHER'S C ASTORIA," the same
that has borne and does now sf. every
bear the foe-simile signature of CKm&Sr&ucJtMg wrapper.
This is the original " PITCHERS CAST0RIA," which has been
used in the homes of the Jlothers of America for over thirty
years. LOOK CAREFULLY at the wrapper and see that it is
the kind you have always bought We. . onlhe
and hoe the signature of OCZ&jU' wrap
per. No one has authority from me to use my name ex
cept The Centaur Company of which Chas. H. Fletcher is
March 8, 1897. C&&&.7.
Do Not Be Deceived.
Do not endanger the life of your child by accepting
a cheap substitute which some druggist may offer you
(because he makes a few more pennies on it), the in
gredients of which even he does not know.
"The End You Have Always Bought"
BEARS THE FAC-SIMILE SIGNATURE OF
Insist on Having
The End That Never Failed Ton.
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