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THE AB8UB. MONDAY, AUGUST 16, 1897.
the day bnt
just begun I"
All women who have no
time and strength to waste,
who want snowv clothes
and soft hands should
The best and purest soap. Made for laundry,
and general house use. Sold everywhere.
Mad only by
THIS N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANV, CfalcaSO.
"A FAIR FACE MAY PROVE A FOUL BAR
GAIN." MARRY A PLAIN GIRL IF SHE USES
LEO A L-
Btatof Ellen Kmy. otrcutd.
Tor understirned bxyltia Deva appointed slum
tor of the last will and teelami-nt of Mien
Klley, luU of the cor.nty of Rock Island,
state of Illinois, deceaeed, hereby give notice
that he will appear before the county conrt of
i-nc-lc lis id ci mat, at the conrt mom of
aid c,us in the rtty of Hock Island, at the
October term, on the first Monday in Oct bor
aezt. at which time all person baring claim
axalnrt raid estate are notified and requested ta
attend for the purpose of hiring the tame ed
JiKted. All tron indebted to aaid state are
reqnetrd to make laimrdlate payment to the on
Dated this 18th day of Aurnit, k. D. 1NPT
Rniiwl), Mcreon. Bxeonlor.
STATS OP 1L1.INOH,
Mora Mlaho lotraTT. (
In the circuit court, September term, 1897, In
mma Jcnklm vs. Reward Jenkins.
AflldaTtt of non-reeidenc of the above
named defendant baring been Bled in
the olerk'e o(tl of the circuit court of said
Mnnty. notice is therefore hereby e ven to the eald
non-resident defmdant that the complainant
Sled ber bill of complaint In raid court, on the
chancery aide thereof, on the th day of Joly.
IHB7. and that thereapon a enmmone Irened
out of eald eonrt. wherrln eald auit la now pend
ing, returnable on the third Monday In the month
of eilrebcr neat, as is by law rtqntred, Vow,
Bnleae yoa, the eald noo-reeldent defendant
aboro named, ahall poona'ly be and ap
pear before the raid circuit eonrt, on the Bret
day of the neat term thereof, to be holden at
Hock Inland la a-d for the taid county, on the
third Monday In Mentrmber next, and pl ad. an
swer or demur to the aald complainant's bill of
complaint, the same and the matters aad things
therein charged and stated will be taken aa con-
feesed, and a decree en I-red against you accord-
ag w is a prayer or eii oin.
(iiomi W. Gabbls, Clerk.
Rock liiland. I I., As it. IPV7.
J M, BiminLiT Complainant' Solicitor.
STATB OF ILLINOIS, lM
Kora Islsbd Cocbtt. I
In the eircuH court of said eomty, to tbe Sep
al m oar rena. A. I lwi, in rnanccry.
I or Wilson va. William Wllann.
Affidavit of non-realdenre of te abore e
feadant, William Wllaun hani.,- been Sled In
the clerk' office of 'he clr:nit cnert of eald
county, notice to therefore hereby nen to the
aaid non reeidi at defendant that the complain
ant Sled her bill f comulatnt la eald court, on
tbe chancery side thereof, on the 10 a day of
A a net, A D. Ita7, and that thereupon a enm
tors leaned ont of (aid court, whrretn said
anil I now pendlrg, rviarntbl on the third
Monday In the month of September
next, as m by -law required. ew. nn
leee r i the raid Boa-rreldcnt dcfer.dmt
etwee named shall personally be and appear
before aald circuit court, to be boldea at
Hoe in lane in ana for the said connty, oa tna
third Monday In fepumher next, and Plead, an-
ewer or demnr to the eaitt complainant' bill of
complaint, the same and the matter and thing
therein cnargen ana eiateu will oe taken as eon
feeeed, and a decree entered against yon accor
tag to the prayer of eald bill.
Qaoasi W. OAaBLB. Clerk.
Dated at fin-a Islaad, III., this 1iu dar o AO
East, A. 1). Ian. Mctsiar Jk McIxirt.
Application by Conservator to Sell
SrTATSJ OV lIAJMOIa, I
snoa leun Oo-nrrr, I
le tae connty coon of aall Rock 1 aland connty.
To l he replemleT term A Dl-WT.
To all pwreon conoarned :
tnbl'C notice la hereby glean that the nnder-
igned coaeoerator oi rre, rca Mangeieon, aa
Miaane and d'etracud Hereon, hae Sled ta the
reSk-o of the clera of the county eonrt of Rock
l,ki oonntr In the state of Illinois, a oetition
for aa order of said court aathorixtag aad ra
nwwerttig h!m to sell the following real eeta'e
si'aated la the eald awnty of Hnck lelaed and
helor ging to the aa.d Frederick Maagclaon,
Lota number roeen fT) and elrM (VI In block
nnvber on (1) la Wcckel Place, la the towosnip
And bt said petition will be preaented for al
Inwanee on th trat day of the rptemher term A
I mt7, a aald court to be hegna aod held In the
ni Hork laland Im eaid Boca Ie'ar.d nonnti on
the Iret Itorda o S p timber. A. D , lfti. or a
l thereafter aa rmnner-l oen pe neani, at wiica
aim ou can appear and ebow cause. If any ea
bare, why said uetiUoa rbonin not be araniod. -
rui ihia tath dar of Ancast. A. D . IM.
lona 1. Uoaoa, Uaeerraior U said yredertek
Wu.uTaU Lirsotra, SoUcltor far Ptthioaer
use the Curious
Ms Our I'aK Papar
So pretty the children fight (or
it, the ladies sigh for it and
eyeryone wants it. Whenever
you see wall paper of extra choice
design or finish, extra richness,
you may depend that it came
from the b-'g store of the
Adams Wall Paper Co.
310, 813, 814 Twentieth St
tatate of Chrisilne Buncher, deceased.
The sniieraigued having heen appointed ad
nainiateator of the n'nto of Christine
Miincticr. late of the conntvof Rock Island
staie of Illinois, deev&ecd, hvrefcy gives notice
mat ne win appear Deiore the county conrt o'
Bock laland county, at tbe comtr conrt
rum. In the city of Rock Island, at th 8en
leniocr tctm, on me nrst aionaaym reptemtier
next, at which time all persona having claims
against eald aetata are notified and requested to
iU'U.vror tne purpose er having tne same aa
astcd. All aersons Indebted to said estate are re
Quested to make Immediate payment to the nn-
Dated this 33d day of Jn'y A. D.. ISOT.
Mxtbbs BuvenkB, Admlnlatrdtor.
Estate of Rebecea Ramsey, deceased.
The nndereljrned having been appointed ad
ministrator of the estate of rlebecca Ramsey,
ate of the eonnty of Rock Island, state of
Illinois, deceased, hereby give notice that h
will appear before the eonnty conrt of Rock Island
oranty. at the connty court room in the
city oi rtoca taiana, at tne neptemner term, on
the nrst BionaaTtnseDtemDernext. atwnicn time
all persons having claim against eaid estate are
notified and requested to attend, for the purpose
of having tho aame adjusted.
Ail persona lnaeotea to aia esune are req Heav
ed to make Immediate payment to the nnder-
Deled this Sd day of Jnly A, D 1807.
(Jbjohob II, Richmond, Adminiakrator,
Bwaawar A Waxaaa, Attomeya.
STATS OF ILLINOIS, I
t. I -. . n IUii... f M'
In tbe circuit court, September term. A. D..
18VT in Chancery.
tararet Kain Ta. John J. rialn.
ASdavIt of non-residence of the above name!
defendant. John J. hain. bavin been Bled in tbe
clerk office of the circuit court of said county,
none it tnererore nereoy given to tne eaia non
resident defendant that the complainant tiled
ber kill of complaint in said conrt, on the chan
cery aide thereof, on the 4th day or Aogunt 1W7,
aod that thereupon a summons issued oat of said
court, wherein said suit la now pending, return-
eaie on tne intra atonaay in tne montu or Sep
tember next, a is by law required . now, nniese
yon, the said non resident defendant abore
named, ahall personally be and appear before
said circuit court, on the fltvt day of the next
term tbe-eof. to be holden at Rock Is and. in
and for the eald omnty, on the third Monday
in rteptrmoer text ana pieia, answer or ea
rn' r to the said eomplalnanta' bill of complaint,
tbe same snd the matters and things therein
charged and rtaud will be taken a eon 'eased,
and a decree entered against jou according to the
prayer or saia diu.
6 BOROa W. QAMBIiB, Clerk.
Pneh Island. HI- AuguM 10, 1897.
William l. Lcdolh. Complainant' Solicitor.
8TATB Oe" ILLINOIS, 1
Rock IrLasu Cocntt. (
I the t.imitt court, to the September term
lBYr tn chancery. '
A 'Ire c. Italian vs. Cla:k K. manan
r ffldevlt of non-residence of Claik R. Ma
han. the above named defendant, having
been Bled in the clerk's office of the cir
cuit eonrt of said county, notice 1 therefore here
by given to toe saia non-reetaeni aerenaanr,
that the romDlatnant filed her bill of com
plaint in aaid court on the chancery aide there
of on the 10th day of Angnst, 17, and that
thereupon asammon leeued out of eaid court.
wnerem saia eoit is bow peeaine;, retomaoie
on the th'rd Menday In the month of Setemter
re it, as 1 by law required. Now, unless you, tbe
aid nrn-reetdent de endaat abore named,
shall Dersocally be and appear before the said
circuit court on the first day of next
term thereof, to oe noiaen at hock isiana.
tn and for the said county, on the third Monday in
September next, and plead, answer or demnr
to the said complainant' bill of complaint, the
same sad the matter snd things therein charged
and sutad will be taken as confessed aad a de
cree entered a ;alnst you according to the prayer
oi aua mil.
Gbobsb W. ftaamx, Clark.
Bork bland. IH- August 10. 1SW7.
Arms Fi.iiSAVrs. Complainant's Solicitor.
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tin f s W
Ooumd Siuta. ACIM. Old S. .ml I
v leer. In Month. Ualr-tall'iigt Write COOlal
-aa eui . w.. ue7 SBateMte Xeaante,
Bleaew. Ill- (or praois of esrea. CatatH
itad. mamMm.. Worst eases eared b x&
K - stay, lee sail keek (Tea. I
BREACH III THE FORT.
Illinois Strike Raiders Win a Nota
ble Victory and Obtain En
trance to Decatur.
BTfUKE OF THE 1HHEBS STAETED
At a Meeting; at Which Only Miners and
Raider Were Present Siege of Coffees
' Goes on with Redoubled Energy One
Thousand In the Inventing- Camp Bain
Depresses the Strike Camps la the Pittsburg-
Dlatriet Dlaeonraglng Report f ran
Decatur, Ills.. Aug-. 16. A hundred
Decatur miners yesterday morning
went to the camp of the Springfield and
Pana miners on the edge of the city and
Invited them to come in to a meeting.
Archie Neil, one of the leaders, said that
ever since it was known that they were
to ba Invited in Mayor Taylor had said
that his proclamation excluding: them
was still in force, and that as they intended
to violate no laws they could not come in
until the officers of the law said that
they might. The Decatur miners then
called on the sheriff to admit the camp
ers. He said he could not without the
consent of the mayor. Mayor Taylor
was waited on by a committee of
Decatur men, and he finally consented
for them to come in if they would go out
again at night. Then the Decatur and
outside miners quietly marched in, about
400 men in all.
Strike Leaders Are Tactlcions.
A meeting had been called by trades
union officers to protest against the em
ployment of 150 deputies by the sheriff
at an expense cf $500 a day, and the men
marched to the meeting. A. G. Webber
and A. P. Smith, both miners, and Rev.
David P. Howe, pastor of the First
Methodist church, made speeches, say
ing that t men had a constitutional
right to assemble; that there had been
no disorder, and so the board of super
visors could not allow the big bills of
the sheriff, and that as there had been
no threats or Intimidation there was no
reason to be afraid of the marchers.
Sheriff Discharge Ills Ueputie.
Rev. Archie Neil, one of the Spring
field miners, said that they had come on
foot because they could net pay to ride,
to persuade the men at work in Decatur
to quit work and help in their great
struggle for more wages. His talk was
quiet and had a great effect. A meet
ing of miners only was announced' for
last night in Miners' hall and then the
men adjourned. The Springfield men
stayed In the city to attend that meet
ing. The sheriff has dicharged the spe
Raiders Get a Strike Started.
At the meeting of miners last night
eighty Decatur miners and 250 outsiders
were present. The Decatur men all
voted for a resolution to go in the mine
today, clean up their rooms, and come
out and attend a meeting at 8 o'clock
tonight. A committee of two was ap
pointed to go to each entry and notify
the rest of the men of this action.
About 400 men are workintr. It is not
believed that the action of last night
will cause the rest to strike, but it may
have the effect of Intimidating the ma
jority, who are German Poles, while
the men who want to strike are talkers
and agitators. The Pana and Spring
field men after the meeting all marched
to their camps outside of the city.
Bradley stilt Besieges Coffee n.
St. Louis, Aug. 16. A special to The
Republican from Coffeen, Ills., says
General Bradley holds forth west of
town. His crusaders are returning from
Mount Olive and Staunton. There was
a throng of visitors going and coming to
tne crusaders camp all day fromthesur-
rounding country. Sheriff Randle went
last nisht to his home at Hillsboro.
Deputy Wllloughby is in charge of the
mine guards and placed his men out
on all the roads. The outlook now is
that the crusaders are going to try to
rorce tneir way into town. Kvery
precaution is being takes that they do
not get In. Testerdaymorningacrusader
came to town Inquiring for the Metho
dist minister to see if he could get the
minister to preach to them In camp.
but owing to previous engagements the
minister could not go.
Keiwforcement for the Reaiearers.
St. Louis, Aug. 16. A special to The
Republic from Mount Olive, Ills., says:
Interest in the strike situation was cen
tered her yesterday. All yesterday
preparations were being made to renew
the siege at Coffeen. Farm teams and
wagons were hired and instead of tramm
ing tne miners will ride and make use
of the wagons for beds. About ten large
loaas or provisions left here last even
ing. By sunrise this morning it Is esti
mated that 1,000 men will reinforce the
camp. Citizens of this place who have
been "held up"" by the Coffeen authori
ties and not allowed to enter that town.
nave empioyeu attorneys to bring suits
damages. Tbe litigation to follow
promises to be as interesting as the
strike Itself. About fifty women, wives
of the miners from this and surround
ing towns, are making arrangements
to go to camp. Their object will be to
influence the wives of the miners there
to prevail on their husbands to Join in
the demand for the scale of wages and
to join tne suspension.
AMONG THE PITTSBCRO CAMPERS.
Matters Are Kot Comfortable Waiting
or tne injunction Hearing,
Pittsburg, Aug. 16. A leaden sky and
fitful showers contributed to the feeling
of depression which existed at the min
era' camps at-Turtle and Plum Creeks
yesterday. The men huddled together
for shelter under the commissary tents,
and having nothing else to do pot In
the time suskjpg and discussing the
strike In all its phases. The spirit of
aggressiveness, however, has largely
died out The same grim determination
to stick it out until starvation brings
defeat or their efforts victory Is ap
parent, but there are no propositions to
attain their end by force or to go con.
trary to the sheriff's orders. The men
all realise that in opposing the law as
represented by the sheriff and his depu
ties they would nave about the same
.iMWtM. I n lintMM-th.l. K.,. bmIm,
J a stone walL They have no particular
J love for the deputies, although there Is
I an absence of that caustic repartee be-
tween the factions that has character-
lxed former strikes. There were no
marches ysterday morning.- This ku
been the usual Sunday custom at all the
camps, but even If it had been other
wise the strict orders of all strike lead
ers to wait quietly until after today
would have prevented them.
Sunday has usually been used by the
men to do missionary work among the
working miners. None of them at
tempted to see any workmen, however.
and all kept severely away from the
company houses. The march Into West
Moreland county will begin as soon as
the Injunction is settled in court. Much
anxiety is expressed as to the outcome.
The men stake everything on their abili
ty to show a right to assemble and
march on the public road. Yesterday
afternoon there was a large mass meet
ing at Plum Creek. About 1.009 strikers
and 200 miners from the Plum Creek
mine were present. Speeches were made
by Ratchford, Gompers, Sovereign and
the local leaders. The meeting was
orderly and there was no interference
from the deputies.
There is a possibility of the customary
march taking place today In spite of
the strict orders issued by President
Dolan against such a course. Some of
the men are fretting under the restraint.
and Belllngham, who Is in charge of
the camp, said that he had not decided
whether to allow the march or not. The
deputies are on the alert and say they
win arrest any who may participate.
Evictions from company houses have
begun. One family has already been
evicted and its household goods are
on the roadside near Center. It is prob
able other evictions will take place
Campaign In West Virginia.
Charleston, W. Va., Aug. 16. The
campaign for effecting a general strike
in the Kanawha field closed with Sat
urday. Dilcher, "Weber and other strikers
left at night for the New River field.
It looks now like the strike would soon
be at an end in the Kanawha valley.
Saturday was the fifth day since Dilcher
told the men that if they would quit
work the strike would not last but liv2
days. Those who came out did so on
that promise. Less than one-fourth of
all the miners in the Kanawha valley
east of Charleston were at work Satur
day. Consequently there was practical
ly a suspension of work, but the men
now seem to be ready to resume. The
coal diggers at Winifred held a meeting
fcaiuraay and decided by a large ma.
Jority 147 to 66 to return to work to
day. There were about 200 present at
tne meeting. There seems to be an un
derstanding among the miners at the
river front between Montgomery an-1
Mount Carbon to return to work today.
ine lnrormation from the New river
field is that the coal diggers In that
region are strongly opposed to strikinc.
ana it is believed that Dilcher and his
associates will have but little success
In that region.
Strikers Again Enjoined by Jackson.
Cincinnati, Aug. 16. A special to The
Commercial-Tribune from Parkersbure.
W. Va., says: Immediately upon Judge
Jackson's return from his vacation Sat
urday night he opend court in chambers
ana heard applications for injunctions
in six cases against Fred Dilcher. et aL,
leaders of the mining strike in Payette
county. -The plaintiffs in these cases
were the Harvey Coal and Coke com
pany, the Dunlop Coal company, the
Colyers Coal company, the McDonald
Colliery Coal company, the Star Coal
company, and the Sugar Creek Coal and
Coke company, all operating on Louper
creek, Fayette county, this state. In
each case an injunction was granted,
the hearing of all the casefe for a perma
nent injunction to take place at Charles
ton on Nov. 10, although a motion to
dissolve the temporary injunction will
be heard in the same city on Sept. 7,
should the defendants so elect. The or
der is in every respect identical with the
one Issued upon application of James
Sloan, Jr., one of the principal stock
holders of the Monongah - company
against Debs, et aL
Strike Stops the Street Can,
Lincoln, Ills., Aug. 16. The street
railway company has given official no
tice that it will discontinue operating
the Una this morning because it can
not procure coal. It has been secur
ing It at Mount Pulaski, but the op
erators there have served notice that
they can furnish coal no more. The
electric light company still has a sup
ply of coal on hand.
Declined Work at 80 Cents a Ton.
Brazil. Ind..Aue-. 16. At n man moot.
ing of miners held here Saturday the
oner maae Dy tne Jackson Coal and
Mining company to pay 0 cents a ton
for mining: coal to run tYm Central
and Steel company plant with was re
jected by unanimous vote.
Strikers In Absolute Want,
Bedford. Ind., Aug. 16. Over 150 fam
ilies of the striking miners at Linton
are in absolute want. A per capita dis
tribution of 40 cents is all the relief that
was afforded last week.
ILLINOIS POSTMASTER SHORT.
When an Inspector An I vee He Tries to
Kill Himself, bnt la Prevented.
Colchester, Ilia, Aug. 16. HrC. Jones,
postmaster at Colchester for more than
three years past, is short $909 in his ac
counts. A government inspector arrived
in Colchester Saturday morning, going
to the postofnec at an early hour. Upon
his appearance Postmaster Jones rhort
ly excused himself and went to the
hardware store next door and borrowed
a revolver and secured some cartridges.
K. M. Farmer, a merchant, happened to
come across Jones as be was almost in
the act of shooting himself in the head,
and took the weapon away from him.
Jones was then taken by friends to a
rocm and guarded all day during the
inspector's investigation. Saturday
evening "a warrant was Issued for his
arrest on the charge of embeczlement.
Deputy Postmaster Gordon and Henry
Roberts, one of Jones' bondsmen, have
charge of the office. Jones bondsmen
are financially responsible. For two
weeks people have not been able to buy
any 2-cer.t stamps at the Colchester
postofilce, during, which time Jones had
been drinking heavily. He has not ex
plained what has become of the money.
Aad the Devils Go lata) the Hogs,
Perry, O. T.. Aug. IS A religious sect
near Cushing, southecst of here, claims
to cast out devils. One woman says she
has been relieved of nine pestiferous
imps. Rer. Mr. Fry the leader of the
sect, is healing all sorts of ailments,
but all this work Is likely to lead to
trouble. More than 300 hogs died in
and around Clayton, and not a few per-
sons believe the cast-out devils of the
revival have entered the swiasv
RACE RIOT COSTS THREE LIVES,
One of the Dead Beta White Maui
Others Fatally Hart.
Little Rock. Ark.. Aug. It. The blood
iest race riot that has ever occurred in
Arkansas in mcntha took place at P&larm
station, thirty miles from Little Rock,
late Saturday evening. Three men are
dead, another fatally wounded and two
others badly injured. The dead are:
Harrison Kerr, a negro, shot all to
pieces: Charles Peters, colored, killed
outright; Charles Andry, white, shot
through the heart. The seriously Injured
are: J. T. Clarke, Jr., telegraph opera
tor, shot through the shoulder, probably
fatally; R. D. Owens, white, deputy
sheriff of Perry county, shot through the
Owens had a warrant for Harrison
Kerr, a negro charged with murder.
When he attempted to make the arrest
at Palarm Kerr opened fire on the offi
cer. The first shot struck Owens In the
groin, the bullet striking some silver In
his trouser's pocket, glancing and In
flicting a serious wound. The money in
Owens' pocket probably saved his life.
Andry and Clarke went to Owens as
sistance and five more negroes joined
in with Kerr. A pitched battle ensued
in which over fifty shots were fired.
When the shooting was over Andry and
Peters lay dead, Clarke had staggered
into his office and fallen upon the floor.
Owens was lying In a ditch near the
station and Kerr and the remainder of
his companions had disappeared. Hrr
rison Kerr was found lying dead. In the
road a mile away, literally shot to pieces.
The other negroes whe participated in
the bloody affair continued their flight
and have not yet been captured, but if
they should be would of course be
NEW PARTY TO Bt LAUNCHED.
Principles of the American' Party That
Will Meet at St, Louis Aug. 25.
Detroit, Aug. 16. Promoters of the
new "American" party, which had its
lneeption in Detroit, met here Saturday
and elected delegates to represent the
state at the national convention of the
party called at St. Louis Aug. 25. The
platform adopted includes the following
planks: All public utilities to-be placed
under state control; the prohibition of
private armed bodies; direct legislation
by the people through the initiative and
referendum; the simplification of elec
tions; equal suffrage for the sexes on an
educational basis; absolute separation of
church and state; abolition of all ex.
emptiens from taxation; only those in
full sympathy with American institu-
tionetobe ellgiblefor offlcersor teachers
the protection of wage-earners from
alien competition and that of convict la
bor; trusts and combines to be restricted
by the state; local option Is approved and
he importation Into any state of liquor
under the interstate commerce law is
"THE USUAL RESULT WILL FOLLOW."
Bnt Crime Doesn't Diminish If Beat Citl-
sena Are Lawlces, Why
Chattanooga, Tenn., Aug. 16. Mrs-
Daniel Scott and her 13-year-old daugh
ter, who reside in Chickamauga park.
were found lying unconscious In the
back yard of their home Saturday.
When Mrs. Scott regained her semes
she stated that an unknown white man
had assaulted both her and her daugh
ter and had used the most violent means
to accomplish his purpose. Mrs. Scott
win recover, but ner daughter is badly
hurt and will probably die. Mrs. Scott
is the wife of an employe of the park
commission. Scores of men are search
ing for tne rapist and If he is caught
the usual results will follow.
Costa Baltimore $600,000.
Baltimore, Aug. 16. The large saw
and planing mills of the Tunis Lumber
company, which were located at the foot
of Boston street on the water front.
were destroyed by fire last night, the ef
fect of a bolt of lightning, and the con
flagration was only subdued after It had
wrought damage to the extent of $600.
600. All the damage is covered by insur
Bryan Greeted by Thousands.
Anaconda, Mont,, Aug. 16. William
J. Bryan, the silver ebampion, was. re
ceived here Saturday with the greatest
enthusiasm and by about all the people
in the town and surrounding country.
He spoke to 12,000 at the driving park
In the afternoon.
Lynched for Bad Reputation.
Carlisle, Ky., Aug. 16. The body of
George Wilson, colored, was found hang
ing to a tree in the woods near Myers,
In this county. Wilson's reputation has
been bad and this gives rise to the sup
position that the hanging was done by
Dislodged Hatfield with Dynamite.
Huntington, W. Va,, Aug. 16. One-
half of the Devil's backbone, the rocky
fortress of the Hatfleids In the moun
tains on Tug river, was shattered by
dynamite Saturday and Hatfield vnd
his men were driven from the'j.trong
hold by Sheriff Keadle and lSE posse.
after a desperate battle. No lives were
lost In the fight, but it is reported
that two were wounded. Hatfield and
his followers are believed to he short
of ammunition as well as supplies. They
nave retreated rartner into the moun
tains and are being closely followed by
Potato Blight Afflicts Ireland.
Dublin. Aug. 16. A potato blight Is
ravaging the counties of Clare and Lim
erick. Prices have quadrupled and
there is oniyasupplyfor two months.
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AN OPEN LETTER
WE ARE ASSERTING IN THE COURTS OUR RIGHT TO THE
EXCLUSIVE USE OF THE WORD C ASTORIA," AND
PITCHER'S C ASTORIA,' AS OUR TRADE MARK.
7, DR. SAMUEL PITCHER, of Hyannis, Massachusetts,
was the originator of "PITCHER'S CASTORIA.- the soma
that has borne and docs now rv . , " on eoerll
bear the facsimile signature of Quz7&&dtM mapper.
This is the original - PITCHER'S CAST0R1A," which has been
used in the homes of the Mothers of America for over thirty
years. LOOK CAREFULLY at the wrapper and see that it is
the kind you have always bought sr?. , "mm- on
and has the signature of C&sejf-&&& wrap
per. No one has authority from ifie to use my name ex
cept The Centaur Company of which Chas. H. Fletcher is
March 8, 1897. c
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 FAOSIMILE SIGNATURE OF
Insist on Having
The End That Never Failed You.
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At Fort Erie track (Buffalo. N. T.)
Saturday Star Pointer did a mile In
At Pastime Park, New Tork. John R.
Gentry tried to beat the record, but only'
succeeded in doing a mile in Z:0CH.
Governor Drake, of Iowa, has re
turned to Centervllle, his home, from
Excelsior Springs, very much Improved
Samuel and David Malow. father and
son, were captured at Chicago for mak
ing ilicit whisky In that city. It is said
that a number of saloonkeepers are In
volved. General Nelson A. Miles. TJ. S. A., has
been granted permission to view the
German army maneuvers Sept. 3. Mean
while be has gone to Stockholm and to
Louis Schafner. 12 years old. living
at Chicago, became tired of life and
attempted to commit suicide by hanging
nimself. He was discovered in lime
and cut down.
The report that Canada was "goug
ing" Americans en route to the Klou-
dyke by charging them exorbitant tar
iff duties is false. It never had any
The boiler of a saw mill oDOosite
Mound City, Ills., in Kentucky, explod
ed Saturdaykllling the owner, Captairt
Hawkins, of Kewanee. Ills., and slight
ly Injuring fifteen others.
The steamer Kong Halfdarr arrived
at Stavanger, Norway, reports that
she sighted on Saturday, a balloon going
east-southeast at an altitude of IM0
feet. Possibly Andree's balloon.
The authorities of St- Clair county.
Ills., are hunting for a preUy young
woman stylishly dressed, and with a
handsome livery turnout that does not
belong to her. The young woman hired
tne rig at Belleville.
Hon Ethan Allen Hitchcock, a nrom
inent citizen of St. Louis whom Pi-esi-
dent McKinley recently appointed itm-
Daasaaor to ituseia, has accented the
position. -J nis is omcIaL He is a graft
grandson of Ethan Allen of Revolution
Bail way Injunction Dissolved.
Milwaukee. AUIT. 16. Tho Intnnxtlon
secured by A. B. Myers and others pro
hibiting the Milwaukee and Waukesha
Electric road from a-oilnr-lno. 11- Mnllal
stock from $3,000,000 to 1 100,00 was dis
solved Saturday by Judjre Jubnron.
There is now no legal hindrance to the
building of the line.
Symptonaa of Asiatic Cholera.
London, Aug. 16. Proceedings at an
Inquest held upon the body of a girl
who died recently In Bethnal Green,
London, pointed to symptoms of Asiatic
cholera. Special precautions hatve been
taken by the local health officers.
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Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter. Chap ped
Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all
Skin Eruptions, and positive en res
Files, or no pay required. It Is fra
Bnteea to give perfect satisraotloa .
money refunded. rxioe 25 cents pet
box. For sale bj Harts a. Ullemeyi V.
If jou want to quit to be coo using
easily and forever, be made well,
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vigor, take No-To-Bac, the wonder
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Many gain ten pounds la tea fays.
Over 400,000 eared. Bay Ho-Tc-be
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Minsjay oompaay, jtumg or aew
the most necessary article to have
with yon (after your pocket boo: t) is
a bottle of Foley's Colio Cora. . a Is
aa absolute preventioa or care of all
derangements of the bowels ea Mod
oy a cnanga oi water. Ton are
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Behasea aad T. H. Thomas, dxag-
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TBE TR AVELERS' GUIDE.
CHICAGO. TOCK ISLAND A PACIFIC BAIL
ay Tickets can be Dircoased or aaniaa
eFccVed at R I f Twentieth e'reet depot, oe
CBItP Ci pot, corner Fifth avenac and TLirly
Brst street, Frank H Plununer, Aceat.
ItcBver lilmll-rs akomaaa..
Wt. Worth. Denver A
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Omaha Minneapolis as.
Bt. Paul A atliineapolls.. J!
Denver, n. worta i
tXaaaa City Bt. Joseph.
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Ofelcsfro A Dee Mollies
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Buck IaiaodABrooaJva As .
.Mnscatlps via Wlltoa
Arrival. tDeuartoj. tOadrr. snaaa
ATI other dally. Telephone IM.
rJunoay evrainn a rairraaa sise par
the di-vot arte 11 MO, which will asavs
WTO to at
go at :t a . m. Monday.
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Peoria, Beard" town,
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LPaal A Minneapolis . . -
merlin. Clinton A Dubvarje
BL Ik, gftns City, Denver
A rse. Uoset vis Ssissk'i
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-Deoot Twentieth stieat.
sauna steaass, L. M. Bra. ,
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Dally except smndsy.
Dock Islamd a Pbokxa Bailwav
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B, 8 tod house. Peal. Tffl Agent.
asters Er, "The Trilby"..
Ptrie a Atlanta stall BC
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For Bt. Levis and the Ssath, Taeedaj aad Wt-ay.
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foa, A rents, foot of seventeenth sir. TsB
paons Mo. Ilea.
To tho East via tbe
R. I. & P.
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taralaa to frrnaetpas n. aaa.