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THE AUGUa BATURDAY AUGUST 14 1C37.
Bstate of krre Kmf f. decease.
" BUan-jroM Basto bwn asvotetsa ed
Biatatrator of tbe muu of K stores Kamsey,
Mo of tho omty of Bock Island, (MM of
Illinois. dcNd, hereby (ire notice toot h
will appear before tb coasts court of Bock bind
etanrr. at ibe coai.tr court mom la lbs
c'ty ol Pick Island, at tba HepUabor term, oc
to Am Monday In September next, at which tint
a'l perms hrtrf eUtoss spainst sMd aetata art
a Hi 14 and nurate4 tn attend, for Lb poraow
of caslnr the mid adjarted.
all perron Indebted to Mid aetata are roqaatV
eci V maka isavdiBt paysMat to Ihaoadsr-
Dated this M 6nj ef July A . D.. DOT.
;rvis U. BcaaoXD, Admiiiiitntor.
Bwcixst A Wiliie, Attorneys.
Batata of CluUiin Butcher, decease.
Tie er.ilersVed hans beea appointed ad
nstn'sfa'or of th meat of Christine
Mnnchtr, late of ti e cnuityof Bnck laiarr!,
late of lllinntK. deceased, heresy sires nolle
that hs will appear before the sonnty court o
Urrt I .Isn't comfy, at the rooity rnnn
twu, in the city of Kork lalaad, at ih Sep
trmh r term, on th a ret Monday In September
BtiUer which time all person hiring clslm?
svs.n ssM eetato are nntlSud and requested to
B'nd f.ir th" purpose of bavins th ante ad
Justed Ail Teraoneindihied to ss'.d estate ra r.
Jtie.led ussasb UDoiediaM paymantto the u-era'a-uad.
Dated tbls til -lay o' Jy A. D.. lew.
3t ATHae Bcxcaaa, Administrator.
K -tale of Ellen K:lry. eereaard.
Tee andars rnod bariiia been appointed exeti
tr cf tb iait will and t estate ml of Ellet
Biley, late of the court? of Ruck bland,
state of litlnol, deceased, nsreby tflre notice
that be will appear bef'tre the eonnty conn o
Kork Island county, at tb ronrt room o'
old eoa-t. In the city of Hoc Uiand.at
timber tent, n tb Brst Monday lnOctber
next, at wh rh time all pr-ott baring cialnv
Siain-t asid e-Uut are notilk-d and requested. t
aiutd for t ie purpose of betir.e; the Kama ad
'ibs4. AU larsun. Indebted to raid aetata are
ti'cna -trd to niixe lauacdiat paj merit to th on
drrlmt1 Dtlei Uils 11th da f Aufti t, A. D. HOT
Bubikt U. Uui so.". Executor.
TATI OF ILLINOIS,!
JtOTB leLABD CoDSTT, I
In the circuit court. Scfteaber term, A. D.,
17 In chancer.
j ara-M Kain re John J. Kiln.
AAtiasit'nf Doti.rriil0.-nce of the abort natnel
dnfrndant. J hn J. Kain, harit.a been (led tn th
clerk's (.fli. of th rimilt ennrt of raid eonnty.
Bottri le ih-refnrs hereby riven to th said non
resident it-ffnatt that the complainant filed
h- rill f omp'alnt In raid ronrt. on Ihn chan
cery ride the eof. on thr 4th dty cf Augutt IHV7,
nod that thfreiipr'n a rnmtroue ianrd oat of raid
court, whtnrn ld rott Ig now ptmllntr, return
a ile im thu third Monday In the mouth of Sp.
t n-hi r r x'. a Ir br law rr quired Now, nnleae
yon, Ite r-aid non rralrVut di frndut ahore
ttmrit, hl personally hs and appear before
eaid cireuit conn, on the firt dav of the next
term thereof, to he holilco at Bock le and. In
aud for th r:ild count'', on the third Monday
In peLtrmhir text and tiler d. anawer or de-
m r to the raH rvLDplainame' hill of complaint,
the me and the rrattrre and thlr.ee therein
fluTCd and tttt.d will be taken aeconfeeeed
ml a drcn e tutored BKicat joa according to the
prayer 01 ram mil.
O BOUGH W. GAWBLB, Clerk,
" I'r.d. in.. Anirn-t 10. 18K7.
Willi l Lru.trH, Complainant's Solicitor
rTTB or ILLINOIS, I
Hock IfLaru Cocstt,
I i the dmiit court, to the September term
jn 7 in rnai.errr
A !. .;. alaluinrt. O'a k R Mahan
lllnavlt of non-rerluenc of Cla.k R. Ma
hfiii, tin Mhoe nmiivd dt-ftnd&nt, having
hctn Bird In the clerk's office of the cir
cuit rr.nrt of raid eonnty, notice la therefore here
by given to trie raid ntn-reMdeLt defendant,
li. at the complainant filed her bill of com
p'alnt tn aald court on the chancer ride there
of ou the K ill dny of Au-ut, iHlif, nd that
th rrupon a rnnimuna ixaneO ont of aid court.
whrrein anid suit Is now pending, returnable
on in tn ni Mnnuay tn tn rrk.ntti r e i! ember
i tit, a la by If reunited. Now, nnl ta you, the
said nr n-mi-nl. ut ir enda&t ahore named.
snail permr. any Dj ana arpear Bcfor t no said
circuit conn on the fir-t day of next
t"rm thereof, to he holdcn at Hock Island.
In and for the said county, on the third Monday in
reptembir next, and plead, answer ordemnt
to th sd complainant' bill of complaint, the
sstne and tbe matters and things therein chanced
stid stted will be taken as conferetd and a de
cree entered a -Blast yon according to the prayer
or aaia ouu
G(ombj W. OaruLB.Ctatk.
Ilnrk Islsnd. Til . Angost ft. IrW.
Anain Fl.tssAKTs. Lonilalnant's Solicitor.
VATR OP ILLINOIS. I
BtM'B latisu LoUBTT, (
In the ctrcnlt court, Sep'omher term, 1807. In
f mma JenVlrg rs tV ward Jenkins.
Alfdivlt of tion-r)dtn-a of the abore
named tieft n.'ant hiring been filed In
the clerk's otflr of the circuit court of said
roun'y. notice Is therefore her. by K ren to tbe said
ron-rts!oiit Crfendant that the comuWlnant
fllsit her bt'l of complaint In said conit, on the
enancery sti: incrrnr, on ID xtn nay of Jr If,
IMT7, and that thereupon a enramons issued
out or said ennrt, wherein sa'd sntt Is now nend
lev. retumahlr on I hit third Monday In the month
fKep ehvrnei, as is by law rt quired. ow,
nnl-s yon, the said non-resident defendant
niMir t.nmrn, inail pt'-ota.y be and ap-
.earnerore tne sain circuit court, on in nrst
dny of in nest term thereof, to beholden at
Her Island In aid for th said conntr, on the
I'. .i l y..ii..ir in Sr nieaier next, and pi. ad. an
swei or demur to tbe aald complainant's hill of
o.mt'Ulnt, ibe same and the matters and things
titers n rha-ved and stated will be taken a coo-
I. reed, and a derrre ent red against yon accord'
ng to the prayer of said bill.
(.mses W. Gabble, Clerk.
Fort Inland. I I . Aai is ihc?
jAsrsM B'asiislst torr.pli ntnt's Solicitor.
H.H I li.SU Col'BTt,
In the sircult mnrt of raid enntr, to th Sen-
Hiw.i 'r".' n. Ill rninGcrr,
J ora Wilson . William Wilson.
Artlilaiit of non-resirirnre of tie ahore de
frnuant, William Wt.trn.bavtng bean tiled In
the clerk's ofllr.s of 'he rlrrnit conrt of said
rnunty, Bt tice l thrrefote hereby giren to th
earn non rrsini m neieceani that the compltin
ant fed Ber bill f complaint la sa.d conn, or
the chancery sir's thereof, on th 10'b day of
u ii p v, aj, i.-r. hu ii.ui tnerenpon a sum
mot Issued ont of (Ml court, wherein said
suit Is now pending, rclnnnbie on the third
Monday tn the motitn of September
nx, a is ry law rtqnired. Now. un
less TO the said non-resident defend. m
shore named shall personally be and appear
he fore, said clronlt court, to he holden at
Bock Island In and for the ssld county, on the
third Mntidty In Ceptemb-r next, and plead, an
swer or demur to the said con.plainanVs bill of
complaint the same and tbe matters and things
therein charged aud staled will be taken as con
fessed, and a decree entered against you accor-
log tn tne prayer or saia ouu
GsnnuB tr. Gabsii. Clerk,
rats'! a. Bark lalaad, lie. this lo.o da o Au
tai', A. U. 181. MrSsiKT slegMnr.
Application by Conservator to Sell
f TATS Of II.LH.018, I
Hon, Istaan Cocbtt, f
la tbe conntr conn of sail Rock Island county.
To in re itemher tana A D-,lSy?.
1'u all pereoii concerned :
I"uM c notice I hereby givn that the uadcr-'gn-d
ronAerrator of Fr nck Matgelaon, au
Irsmesuil distracud person, has filed tn th
otllieof the ckrB of tbe counts court of Bock
I-I.fd county In th state of Illinois. a petition
for an or Jet of aald conrt authorising and ea-P-twrrlrg
him to sell th following leal eetaie
si Bit-d la th raid entnty of Bock Islard and
belli- g ng to th aa.d Fsedetics atangclsoo,
Lots nnmber rn f7 and el2t f8) tn block
nnmbrr on- la Weckel riac. lathe fewasalp
vi .-ow stonne.
And ibvt said vett'ton wlit rirrrnted for al
Iowa irr on t h" first dsy of tli eptem her term A
lfT, ol rsld court Iw be r-eun aud held la tb
rilr rf Hock U'an l In said Tlta Is end "ountroa
tie At' Jaortdaj oi S ptember. A. D , or as
stem tnsr after as coansri eas b hoard, at which
time ou ran appear and shnw caose, if any roe
he, hr stid pe'ltion rhoul i not be granted.
Iaieii this 141k day of angast, A. 1) , lfVT.
Jons I. KoACst, UwMrrauw of aald Frsderlek
WU.LXAJI L. LcDoLra, Solid tot tor FaUtioxsr.
OUTLOOK IS WARLIKE.
Camping Strikers of Illinois Ar
oerved with an Injunction of
the Western Style.
SO APPLICATION TO THE OOUST.
SberinT Telia Bradley II Mast More oat or
Be Will Bo Forced to Do so Meges at
Sererml HUnoi Points MBttrrs Mixed
I" Southern Irsdlruut Effect of the Re
atralains Order la the Plttabars; District
Flgkt Barely Averted.
St Louis. Mo.. Aug. 14. A special to
the Republic from Coffeen, Ills., says:
Bradley'a anr.y of striking miners still
threatens the town. No attention was
paid to the sherifTa proclamation order
ing the strikers to leave the county, and
the men are as defiant as ever. Sheriff
Rar.dle did cot return from Jacksonville
until late yesterday- afternoon. He
drove immediately to the strike head
quarters to Investigate for himself Just
how far his order had been obeyed. He
was angered by Bradley's defiant atti
tude, but decided net to resort to force
until today. This was done because it
would have been Impossible to marshal
the deputies before sundown, and the
sheriff did not want to take chances
with the Invaders in the dark. He was
Inclined also to believe that Bradley was
bluffing, and that the camp would be
broken during the night. If every strik
er is not off the ground and on the move
by noon today he will go forward with
his men and the work that peaceable
methods have failed to accomplish will
be done by force. Fifteen Coffeen miners
who stopped work when Bradley came
here were yesterday notified by Re
ceiver Mills of their discharge, and were
ordered to take out their tools, which
Everything; la Peaceable at Decatur.
Decatur5. Ilia, Aug. 14. The situation
at the different camps of miners from
athtr cities was quiet last night. About
200 men were in camp on the west, ICO
on the south and 150 on the south
west. Deputy herllfs guarded the roads
in the vicinity of the camps. There
was disorder and no sign of trouble. The
miners obeyed quietly and without pro
tost all the instructions of the officers.
The proposition of the miners to send
a delegation to the Decatur miners to
see if they would not listen to argu
ments in favor of striking, and in case
Decatur men refused to listen to leave
thecounty, was refused by the authorities.
apparently because of the opposition of
the management of the coal mine.
Manager Armstrong said, he did not
want any one talking to the men. The
marchers were then told that they could
not come in any way or send delega
tions. All of the 400 men were at work
yesterday and will work today. All of
the camps grew all day and night grad
ually. B. B. Ray, governor's representa
tive, estimates the number of outside
miners in the camp and in the city at
Raid Made on Some Other Minns.
Marion, Ills.. Aug. 14. Yesterday a
large force of miners came in from John
son City, where they succeeded In shut
ting down work Thursday. They made
an unsuccessful effort at the Crab Or
chard and Ohio Valley company's mines.
laboring with them until S p. m., and
then came here for quarters over night.
This morning they will visit theOhio and
Mississippi Coal and Mining company,
where they expect to make an effort to
close down the works. There they will
be met by Sheriff Parks and a .large
force cf deputies, and should they refuse
to disperse the sheriff will enforce the
law and see that those wanting work
have protection. The indications for to.
day are good for excitement, and proba
bly serious difficulties. The authorities
are using every means in their power
to avoid trouble, but are ready for it if
Nil nation la Soothern Indiana.
Evansvllle. Ind., Aug. 14. The miners
at Woolley's, Gough's and Nestor's
mines, on the Louisville and Evansvllle
and St. Louis road, a few miles above
this city, went back to work yesterday.
They said they were loyal to the cause
and were willing to remain idle till the
big strike was ended, but when they
learned that there was a partial re
sumption of the mines In this city fol
lowing the departure of the state officers
they decided to work themselves. The
miners at Newberg went out yesterday
when asked to do so by the state officials
of the miners. The miners in Bedford
district alro decided to resume work
NEITHER CAMPlio NOR MARCBIKO
Will lie Permitted In the Pittsburg Dis
trict Injunction Served.
Pittsburg. Aug. 14. Injunctions by
the court have put a stop to marches
by the striking miners against tbe New
York and Cleveland Gas Coal company.
for a time at least. But in the ex ecu
tlon of the Injunction the sheriff and bis
deputies narrowly escaped precipitating
serious trouble. As it was the first blood
of the strike was shed. Henry Stewart,
one of the sheriff's deputies, struck Ja
cob Mott, a drummer of tbe McDonald
band, with the edge of a brass horn
and out a severe gash above his eye.
The sight of the blood wrought up the
1.000 idle miners to such a pitch that a
desperate conflict was imminent. The
deputies also were excited and noisy.
The strikers were Jeering and yelling.
and urging a further rush down tbe
road. In that crowd there were enough
angry strikers to annihilate four times
the force of officers on the ground. Cap'
tain Bellingham (the strike leader).
Sheriff Low-ry. Chief Deputy James
Richards and Superintendent De Armit
were the only cool men In tbe assent'
To them belongs the credit of avoid
ing a riot. When Bellingham saw
there was danger of his men getting
oeyona his control he commanded
halt and addressed himself to the task
of restraining the more belligerent- So
well were his efforts directed that he
soon had restored comparative order.
Sheriff Lowry had a difficult task to
perform, but he handled it well, and
by his coolness and good nature did
munh to neutralize tbe bitterness and
strife invited by the behavior of his
subordinates. The strikers finally re
tired and marched back to their nma
Taera war Mvarsi other brash with
th Afruties, bat no actual collision.
After trre miners returned to camp th
officers held a conference with their
attorney and he advised them to quit
marching until the court had heard the
argument next Monday on the bill in
equity brought by the New York and
Cleveland Gas Coal company, as it
might injure the case If they were
brought up for contempt before the
court- President Dolan then Issued or
ders that no marches should be made on
any of the mines of the Mew York and
Cleveland Gas Coal company until fur
ther orders, although marches may be
made against other places. In place of
the marching mass meetings will be
held and speeches made as a means of
keeping miners of the company from
going to work.
When the strikers departed Sheriff
Lowry and his force also left the field.
The sheriff, when asked concerning hid
future movements, said: "My actions
shall be governed largely by tbe de
velopments at the camp of the strikers.
I am not prepared to say how I shall
meet any particular emergency. It is
certain, however, that if the strikers
continue to stay at the camp they will
be violating the terms of the Injunction
and attachments may be issued."
As the result of the serving of the
injunctions on the marching miners and
subsequent prevention of the march, ex
citement bordering on consternation ex
isted among the heads of the various
labor organizations here yesterday
Representatives of the several organi
zations called at miners' headquarters
during the day. All were more or less
excited and wanted to devise some plan
by which the local, labor organizations
can enter a protest against the issu
ance of the blanket injunctions.
BOW WEST VIRGINIA LOOKS.
As Viewed by n Leader of the Marching
strikers In That State
Cincinnati, Aug. 14. The following
special to The Commercial-Tribune from
Montgomery, W. Va., was written by
Fred DHcher, the leader of the march
ing strikers in that region. "The pro
gress of the present strike in this field
is wonderful. Every mine in this and
the Kanawha valley is closed with the
exception of Acme and one mine in
Lens Creek. Our army marched last
night to Mount Carbon and closed the
mine of the Great Kanawha collierv.
one of the largest mines on the river. It
was intimated by the operators that
this mine would absolutely refuse to
suspend operations and would fight our
army to a finish, but we are proud to
say that all are with ust This we con
sider one of our greatest victories. The
Winifred mine voted last night to Join
tne great army of strikers and this is
another great victory for organized la
bor." "This valley, which has been loading
550 cars per day, has been reduced to
twenty-five cars. Our army has been
increased by new forces, and we ex
pect to go to New River with 5.000
miners In line. Our army is iollv and
In the best of condition, composed, not
of toughs and thugs as has been re
ported, but of honest working men who
are fighting for their rights. A meet
ing held this afternoon at this nlace
was addressed by Joseph H. Vitchestain,
of the Allegheny Evening-Record; Geo.
Koumson, state president; W. H.
Thompson and myself."
STRIKE OF SCBOOLBOCSE BANDS.
Cnion Labor at Chicago Demaada th Pro
scription of Non-Union.
Chicago. Aug. 14. la an attempt to
force the city school board to proscribe
non-union labor the Building and
Trades Council of this city has ordered
a strike on all the school buildings upon
which men are making repairs, etc. The
number of men involved is 2,500. If the
strike continues for any length of time
and non-union men are not put to work
many of the schools will not be ready for
occupancy when the winter term begins
tn September. Instead of meeting this
question one way or another, the school
board has practically dodged it-
Architect Patton. of the board. Is of
the opinion that the question is one of
grave importance. He said: "The ques
tion of inserting the clause demanded by
tne unions is a serious one. Can the
board rightly say that none but union
men shall work on the buildings? Can
the board deprive of the right to work
hundreds of honest, hard-working tax
payers who are Just as god workmen as
the union men, but do not belong to any
organization?" Patton bas notified the
contractors that they must continue at
work, whether they employ union or
Outlook Encouraging for Uniformity.
Pittsburg, Aug. 14. The "true uni
rormity committee reports that a
number of signatures have been se
cured to the agreement and that the
outlook is very encouraging. The names
of the signers were not given out, but it
was intimated that the number was
quite, large and that it included some
of the larger firms. From this time
forward a regular and systematic can
vass for signatures to the agreement
will be made. J. B. Johnston, a local
newspaper man, has been appointed sec
retary of the committee on revision.
with instructions to visit every operator
in the district, elucidate the terms of
the article, and, if possible, secure his
signature. Inasmuch as many of the
operators are away from the city. It Is
expected that thecanvass forsignatures
will last many weeks, possibly until
Perhaps It Did Not Apply.
Fairmont, W. Va., Aug. 14. The op
erators of the Fairmont region made a
mistake by not serving Judge Jack
son's injunction on the labor leaders
who addressed 600 strikers at Boggs-
Grove, near Monongah yesterday. The
meeting was an enthusiastic one. Last
night the same speakers addressed a
large meeting at this place. Yester
day morning 100 of the Monongah men
were at work, but there were 507 union
men at that place last night. Another
effort against the Watson mines will
be inaugurated, but it is doubtful it it
And Now B Wants His Money Back.
Pontiac, Mich., Aug. 14. James Casey
and wife, of Birmingham, were ar
raigned before Judge Stafford on the
charge of embezzling from John Arthur.
of Farmington. and released on 15,000
BiL Years ago Arthur proposed to
Mrs. Casey, a full cousin, but was re
jected. Arthur never married. in
fiuenced by Mrs. Casey. Arthur turned
over to her custody at different times
$13,000 and has drawn back 13.000. When
he asked for more, he says. Mrs. Casey
refused him. claiming that he had mada
hua am avisswiuw va ussi umwc.
Widespread revival of demano-
BraMtstrM-ts Seem so Think th flood
Tiasea Are at Last Upon Us. -
Mew York, Aug. 14. Bmdstreei's says:
Evidences of widespread revival in de
mand for merchandise and other prod
ucts have become so numerous as to
compel general recognition. The press
has ceased discussing whether trade has
really Improved or not and begun meas
uring the volume of business compared
with preceding periods. A buoyancy of
feeling has appeared among buyers and
sellers at New York. Baltimore, Chicago,
BL Louis ana Kansas City, where in
terior merchants have thronged this
week, the like of which has not been
seen for several years. Interior mer
chants are buying dry goods, clothing.
shoes, groceries and fancy articles far
more freely than at any time since 1892.
A nominal advance of 75 cents a ton
for steel billets is more than a feature,
as it means the confidence of makers in
an early revival of the demand for iron
and steel, which has been so. long de
layed. Wheat scored an advance of 7
cents on continued heavy exports and a
tendency to decrease estimates of the
size of the domestic crop. Wool is
higher on speculative holding, and cot
ton yarns have advanced again. Hides
and southern lumber are up, as are
wheat flour, Indian corn and cats, and
la3t, but not least, print cloths.
NO LAW TO SHUT OUT ANARCHISTS.
They Can Come Into th United State as
the Law Stands Now.
Washington, Aug. 14. "Anarchists
from foreign lands will not be excluded
from this country simply because they
re anarchists." Thus spoke Powderly,
commissioner general of immigration,
yesterday. His remark was called forth
by a published report that he Intended
to prevent Planas, the Spanish anar
chist, deported from Havre for Amer
ica by French officials, from landing.
Powderly said: "There is no law to
keep out anarchists. The law does not even
define what an anarchist is. If this
man Planas has been convicted of what
would be considered under our laws
an infamous crime, or is a lunatic.
idiot, pauper or afflicted with certain
diseases, he ran be kept out of tha
county. But if after examination he Is
found to come under none of these
heads we cannot prevent his landing."
WILL BE SURE TO GO SOME .TIME.
And Then One of Theao Prophet with a
Cinch ,Wlll Be Bight,
.New York, Aug. 14. A dispatch to
The Herald from Havana, Cuba, via
Key West. Fla., says: "I have learned
on what seems to be the best authority
that Captain General Weyler has sent
his resignation to Madrid. This report
is generally believed to be true. There
is no doubt that the resignation of Gen
eral Weyler is due to the assassination
of Castillo through whose personal
wishes Captain General Weyler was
retained in Cuba. The report of Gener
al Weyler's resignation is a cause for
satisfaction among Cuban sympathizers
Corn and Wheat in Illinois.
Springfield, Ills., Aug. 14. The reports
of crop correspondents made to the Il
linois department of agriculture early
in Ausust show an increase in area
seeded to corn of 2 per cent over the
area of 1S96, giving a total area of 7,-052,-000.
Unless injured by early frosts
the 1S97 crop promises to be unusually
large. The average per acre of wheat
on the area harvested was eleven bush
els, giving a crop of 9,767,000 bushels.
Half of the area seeded was ruined and
plowed up and the crop of Illinois this
year will fall short of feeding hsr own
people by 5,016,000 bushels, not to men
tion the amount needed for seed.
. That Bay State Thug Dead.
Boston. Aug. 14. Herbert A. Willis.
the Taunton murderer, who was shot
in an attempt to escape from the state
prison last Tuesday, died in the hospi
tal at that Institution yesterday.
Chicago Onla and Produce.
Chicago, Aug. 13.
Followins? were the mintattnns on rhe
Board of Trade today: WheatVAugust,
opened nominal, closed 82c; September,
opened 82c closed 81c; December,
opened Siv.c. closed 80c: May. ODened
83e, closed 80c. Corn August, opened
nominal, ciosea zic; fepiemner, opened
2SVc, closed 2Sc; December, opened 294c,
closed 29'tc; May, opened 32c, closed
3114c. Oats August, opened nominal,
closed l"Hc; September, opened ITSic,
closed 175ic: October, onanrd 18ac.
closed 18c; December, opened' 19c, closed
ic; May, opened 21c, closed 20c.
Pork September. ODened I7.92V4. closed
JS.0O; October, opened $7.95, closed IStoVi,
iteeemDer. opened is.05. closed 18.10.
I.ard September. ODened 14.40. closed
; October, opened S4.45. closed $4.45.
rroauce: nutter Extra creamery,
15c per lb; extra dairy. 13c; fresh
pazking stock. 8c Eggs Fresh
stcck, lie per dozen. Live Poultry
lurxeys, iiaac per id; cnicKens (hens),
7(&7Ac: spring, lOe; ducks, 88Hc
Potatoes Early Ohio. 4bG60e ner hu.
niacKoerncs t air to good, 5065c per
Chisago Live Stock.
Chicago, Aug. 13.
Hogs Estimated recelDts for the dav.
14,C00; rales ranged at 2.854.05 for pigs.
a.fegi4.uu Tor mixed and I3.75&3.95 for
heavy packing and shipping lots. Cattle
-latitnatea receipts for the day, 2.500
quotations ranged at 14.9005.15 fo?
choice to extra shipping steers. S4.50O
4.85 good to choice do., 84.204.50 fair to
good, $3.854.20 common trrmedium.do..
$3.604.25 butchers' steers. S3.2563.90
stne-kers. 83.8064.45 feeders. 11.903.90
cows, z.ow 30 neirer S2.oqb3.90 bulls,
oxen and stags, 82.756.4.20 Texas steer
and $3.25 ft 6.25 veal calves. Sheep and
Lambs Estimated receipts for the day,
9.000; quotations ranged at 82.7564.10
westerns. $2.70ir3.50 Texarjs. $2.8504.20
laniria sou d.utarir.M lamDS.
Milwaukee Grain. ""V
Milwaukee. Aug. 13.
Wheat Lower: No. 1 northern. 91c:
No. 2 spring.. 87Hc; December. 794c
uorn irm; o. 3. 28c Oats Steady;
NjO. 2 white. 21 6 21; e. Rve Bteadv:
No. 1. 48c. Barley Firm; No. 2, 42c;
Hay Timothy, 7O7.S0; WOO, SSQBS.
Potatoes 60c. s bnsheL
Butter Fair to choice, 13e; fresh creamer
1 "J VJ-
Ki'tra Fresh. 8e.
i-Qicaena oc; spring cnlcaens, S.a per
Coal Soft. 13s.
Cattle Butcher pay for eon fed ate era H
aVJHc, oows aad acilara, tHSJStte; calroa, 4
FAITHFUL UNTO DEATH.
'I practiced law cnoa in Silrerton,
Cola," 18111 one ot the pmmengtn tn
the) smearing room ef the Falling "and
bad a case that struck ma as. a model
exhibition of faihfrifaeas. A, Swede
was mail carrier over the pass to tbe
ether side of the range. 1 was not m
long trip, bat it was savers one, made
on foot and with the danger in winter
from heavy snows added to its difJJ
cally. Andrew carried the mail for a
year, then one dsy he failed to reach
home. There were valuable letters in
his sack, and the inference that he had
decamped was strong. On the night be
should have come into Silverton bis
brother, fresh from Scandinavia and
unable to speak English, got off the
stage. As county attorney I bad to
break the news to tbe boy and stood by
while he wept
Rewards were offered for Andrew,
and I sent ont parties to search the pass,
bat to no effect. A miner claimed- to
have seen him a week later in Lead villa.
but we got no more trace of him. The
brother refused to believe that Ajkbew
had done wrong and spent bis days
tramping the canyons searching for his
brother's body. We tried to get him to
go to work, but be did not yield .until
by his shortness of funds he was starved
to it In the summer, when most .of the
snow was off, he searched again, but in
vain. Daring the winter he worked.
bat when the second spring came he re
newed his lonely trampingsnpthe traiL
We thought him demented, bat he cared
not for our opinions. One day in August
he walked along at the base of a cliff
and saw a boot sticking onfrom some
debris. He uncovered it, and his search
was ended. That evening be came into
town with the mail sack, much stained
but intact, and his brother 's coat Tbe
grave he dug, with the rough stone he
afterward pot at its head, 'is np tne
canyon yet It took two years to vindi
cate his brother's name, -but he did not
begrudge it When it was done, he went
back to bis native land." Chisago
This Happens AU th Tins. ' .
This is the verbatim report of an in
tensely interesting dialogue which took
place between two guests at a recent
uptown dinnerparty. It began with
"Yes," said one, "I call any stand
ard wheel a good wheel. "
What s your test for a standasd
wheel?" inquired the other.
"Well, I don't mean a cheap wheel.
"Oh! Tour idea is that awheel is all
right if it cost S100?"
"I didn't say so."
"What did yon say?"
"I said that a standard wheel ought
to do all right."
" Yon ride a Boomerang, don't yon?"
"Yes, and it's a good wheel."
"flub 1 1 wouldn't trive it hons room.
Why didn't yon trade it for a Dodo?"
A Dodo? I wouldn't have a Dodo
on tne premises, xne Dodo uses the
"It's the best tire made. I wouldn't
trade a Flimflam for a stack of 6oo
"I don't nee a Ooogoo. Inse a Hew
"A Hewgog? Ha, ha! That's the
worst tire made." 1
"Oh, is it?"
"That's what I said."
"Well, I'll tell you what von are.
Ton are a word that rhymes with tire
"And I tell yon what you are. Yon
are a word that rhymes with gas that's
"Gentlemen, tTontleman." oried tbe
Then they glared at each other and
proceeded with their dinners. Cleve
land Flam Dealer.
Until a few years ago the wholesale
price ol ivory .was f 3 a pound. In cos
sequence of the opening np of new dis
tricts in Africa to colonization the
Value has fallen to t2. An ordinary
elephant yields about 120 pounds of
Cheese canses ranch i Unpen in Kn.
land. Cheese poison is called tyrotoxi
con, and investigations have shown that
tne toxic agent is in tne milk, owing to
imnroner innnnonmont Ik. millr tint:
being cooled until some hours after
Their Conduct and Health Oflon
Young girls often feel and
qnentlyact, very strantrely.'
They ahed tears without apparent
caose, are restless, nervous, and at
absorbed, and heedless of things go
ing on around them. Bometlmes tbsry
complain of pain tn lower parts of
body, flushes of heat In lieed, cold teat.
Young girls are not free xroaizseiai-
e womb troubles.
Mothers should see to it that Lvdia
H Pink-ham's Vegetable Compound is
promptly taken; all druggists have it.
The girl will speedily be "brBeli
again," and a probable daager be
averted. Any information on this sub
ject, or regarding all female ailments,
will be cheerfully riven tree by Mrs.
ainkham. at Lynn, ataas. Writs b
AN OPEN LETTER
WE iMM ASSERTING IN THE COURTS OUR RIGHT TO THB
VXCWaVE USB OF THE WORD "C ASTORIA," AND
"PITCHER'S C ASTORIA," AS OUR trade mark.
, OR. SAMUEL PITCHER, of Hyaimis, Massachusetts
was the originator of "PITCHER'S C ASTORIA," the sama
that has borne and does now jf m eoer9
bear the facsimile signature of Caj&j&&uu wrapper.
This is the original - PITCHERS CASTORIA." which has been
used in the homes of the ITothers of America for over thirty
years. LOOK CAREFULLY at the wrapper and see that it is
the kind you have always bought on the
and has the signature of C&&jff&$&fe wrap
per. No one has authority from me to use my name ex-'
cept The Centaur Company of which Chas. K Fletcher is
March 8, 1897. QLl. v..p.
Do Not Bo 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-6IMILE SIGIWURE OF
Insist on Having'
The Kind That Never Tailed Yon.
vns asm MSfsasru. rr awaaa arasa. new m sin.
J. M, DUFORP,
Tb eld Fnei
Lzzsi Prcnp tlj Fill
as low as an; raliBbi eaatpaar em
Sawed builds store,
A!sr tsi tri:
For ebespBsss, durability sad
beauty sxosUed by bobs. This
tone doss not wash, of color lbs
wall with alkali, eta. Plans seat
us for estejsatea will reestss
ssrefol attanttoa and be retsxtrsd
promptly at ont erpsnsa.
QsairlM is sUlss from Book
Island oaixssa, as. e. Q. R. B.
Trains Bos. I and 10 will stop
Bad 1st TlsUon off sad ob.
Crl;a ttssa, cere crib
t!wwij tsi f--xt.ra
Samples of Btoas ssd Ftotosot
Jan saa be ssoa at Boom
Ho. IS. .tttakall ft LryadSai baud
Artk or OnRBal, tainsggr,
frfsfft ffjejryl Of Slesse. EL
THE TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
CHICAGO. ROCK ISLAND a PACIFIC BAIL
star Tickets ana ha rnirrsannll or auiin
ehrcVea at RlaF Twentieth street depot, or
C El P Crpot, corner Flfta aranac and Tfclrtj-
BMOTh, K SMS. A ristiBasBi. sLssnu.
Dearer UxtisaS at OatahaT
Raw. I WBST.
t I :M sat
Ft. Worth, Dsraa, at K. O..
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mu iwHiHuj, -xwwpBWSBB leva.
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St. L., Kaosaa City, Daaraa
lOoaatTte Sala.a'rtl taBssal JS am
Itllw. DaUf eaaasa snl.
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-npa Tw satlsta ajt, sua., ssJT-TT
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Sydney. Dubaqna and Qnlnoy.
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t. rasa sr aam
To tla But via to
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btsIbs to pttaaspia eLUm.
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