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TWO BOYS ARE DROWNED.
Bad Aocldent at Dvep rt Tkbt After.
Max Toehr. erred 12, and An
urew vtaicnau, apea 11. were
drowned at the foot of Brown atreet.
wb.ua aitl ridmir this afternoon, the
boat up siting and plnnein? both
boys inlo the water. The bodies
hare since been recovered.
Kal raad Xatbtn.
The Milwankee and Bock Island
roads have formed an agreement by
which the former will have a daily
passenger train, beginning Sept. 12,
between Chicago and Denver. The
Milwaukee's western point is Omaha,
and the new arrangement wl'l be a
great help to the compaay. Several
of the roads, of which the Milwankee
is one, have also joined hands in car.
in for western traffic, and have
christened the lines over which
trains will be ran the Midland
Route, commencing Saturday, Oct.
2. through tourist sleeping cars will
be rnn between Chicago and San
Francisco via these lines, whic com
pose tho Mi-Hand Route: Chicago,
Milwaukee & St. Paul. Chicago to
Omaha; Chicago, Rock Inland & Pr-
cinc. umaha to Colorado Springs;
Colorado Midland, Colorado Springs
to Grand Junction; ltio Grande West,
ern. Grand Junction to Salt Lake and
Ogdeo; Southern Pacific, Ogden to
Tho Rock Inland road is daily In
creasing its operating forces. About
2$ brakemen bave been put on in
the past few weeks, while a cumber
of new firemen have been employed,
and tho round house and yard forces
enhanced. This long-looked for
wave of prosperity is occasioned by
the moving of western grain and
George II. IleafTord, general pas
senger agent of the Milwaukee road,
is sending out a map, printed from
a plate, which by a cleverly devised
projection, is made to look like the
globe, thus enabling the observer to
see clear around the world. Toe
near completion of the trans-Siberian
railway has stimulated the Milwau
kee to produce something which will
be a lesson in geography to all-around-the-world
students, of the
present generation. "It also may
invite some of oar western hem
isphere capitalists to go ahead and
finish the rail line north." says Mr.
Hafford. "as projected, by the map
from Portland. Ore., and Vancouver,
B C, to the gold fields of the Klon
dike district and tho Yonkon river
io Alaska, thence to Bering strait,
where we can join hands with the
Muscovite in 1905, or thereabout."
A Ttrd BaaT F r B'lMasaeaa,
Those wbo snUcr from disorder or it st!on of
lbs liver will aev r g- t ths uppir hand of ths
unruly organ as long as tley use reel irrational
remedies as bine pill, ca'.oael a.d podopbyllin.
Bat from the trie! and po nlar medicine. Boa
totter" stonach BlUar-, they may ripxt relief
with a certainty of obtaining it. The liflaen.-
of ths UltUrs upon the grsst briar y gland .s
dirrc, powerful acd ipaedily felt. The relief
afforded '.a tot spasmodic, bat cimp'etc ud per
manent The sallowness of the skin, furrei ap
pearance of the tongue. InrUeetl-m, coetlveneos,
headacht, asusea, pa'.LS through the right ride
and s boulder. In fact every aecompinlaient of
the obstinate omplslnt are entirely and prompt
ly removed by a e nrs9 of this Inestimable medi
cine, la behalf of which testimony Is constantly
emanstlca from every quarter, sal from all
cianei of society.
Llecola CI b. Attentions.
All members of the Lincoln Re
publican club and auxiliary organiz
ations are requested to attend a
meeting at the oflioa of C. J. Ssarle
1 1 the court house this evening at
4-.0U to tate action upon tne aeatb oi
W. H. WillU.
C. J. Skarle, President.
John Binck. Secretary.
The neighbors of Camp 309 are
r quested to be at the hall at 1 p. m.
Sioday, Aug. 29. to attend the fu
nrl cf deceased Neighbor William
Willis. Neighbor of Camps 29 and
io60 are invited to attend. By order
oi V. C E. S. Helpekstkll,
Snrienrthw fnr Tst A rone
aVs?I"! rtT an!
The Demonstration of Lawless
ness Thursday Night
OUTRAGE AT W0OD-CAX OFFICES.
tajsagir Carryrj( tlte Dalted States Haul
B. 14 Dp sad TorsMSI Back susd aa HosmI
q rt rttekedl Frees tfeeOatelae Btsut
Clock Havwee Slvae ttie Blow Wsrslsg as
to a Bepatltlom.
J 1 ULTOS, Aug. 27 Outrageous
as appeared the demons tra
JL tion of the frenzied Fulton-
ites Thursday night, judging
from the first reports, the full extent
oi tne lawlessness indulged in was
not realized until an Akgt-s repre
sentative made a careful investiga
tion of the facts today. It is tne
impression of the people of Fulton
evidently, that in order to hold the
head office of the Woodmen, they
must make a disorderly demonstra
tion in armed force at least once with
in every 49 hours. Thursday evening
about 6 o'clock they gave their latest
exntoition, tne excuse given therefor
oeing tnat another special tram from
Rock Island, with 600 armed men
aboard, was about to take advantage
ci ine dissolution of injunction No.
3, and was en route to Fulton to cap
ture the head office records.
A few minutes before 6 o'clock the
fire whistle blew the alarm It aleo
blew a signal for assistance from
Clinton and Lyons. Inside of 5
minutes the Fulton "special police,"
about 150 in number, under the
leadership of their captain, Fred K
liastian, all armed with ehot gnns
and revolvers, had surrounded the
office, and were stationed at the de
pot awaitiog the arrival of the
dreaded Rock Islanders.
Orders to let no one past the doers
oi me w oodmen otu. e were enforced
to the letter. Mt n with shot gnns
guaraeu tne anors in the front and
n ar. In the office at the time were
Maj C. W. Hawes, Frank B. Hawes,
James McXamara, J. Frank Munger,
W. K. Crandell and a couple of boys.
11.1 1 ITp s Man Measencr.
W. K." Crandell, when the alarm
was Buunueu, waa leaving me omne
aud was carrying an armful of man
to too postoifice. He was overtaken
before he got a block away by several
oi tne "poUre," under the loader
ship nf one Tom Htnes and was or
dered to retnrn to the office.
"This is simply the day's mail I am
taking to the postoflice," said cran
dill Don't give a d n," said Htnes;
"jou oan't teke anything out of tne
Woodman office. You come right
back, take the stuff up stuirs aiid
stay there." And Ciandeil prudently
Th alarm was continually being
(tounded in the meautime a'nd large
numbers of armed men were hasten
ing aoross from Lyons and Clinton.
At the time Crandell was returned
to the office with the mail. Head
Clerk Hawes, who had been in his
prtva e office busy at work, came
out to ascertain the cause of the
com motion and the reason for the
presence of the armed mob around
Maj. Hawes was soon eulightened
fur as he attempted to leave the of
fice and go out on the atreet, he
found the door was locked from the
outside and all in the office were
prisoners. Maj. Hawes demanded
that the door be epened at once, bat
tne aemaca was not complied with.
In the meantime the 6:10 o'clock
Burlington train, enrouie to Rock
Island, pulled in. The armid mob
at the depot at once boarded the
train, explaining that they were
looking tor one of the Woodmen
clerks who had taken the great seal
of the order and was endeavoring to
got away to Rock Ioland with it
The mob accompanied the train to
Clinton, acting in a boisterous man
ner, flourishing gnns and otherwise
intimfdating the passengers on the
James McNamara from the window
of the Woodmen office had in the
m'antlme requested Policeman
Garrett O'Connor, who was pa
rading in front of the of.
rice with a donble-barrel shotgun,
to send Mayor Schwab to the office.
When Mayor Schwab pnt in an ap.
pearanca, Maj. nawes aemanaea an
explanation for the incarceration of
himself and cilice employes in the
office and the reason for the atsem.
bling of an armed mob around the
"Don't know much abent it," said
Mayor Schwab, "but I don't thick
the door has been lecked."
"Are tho armed men with stars,
noticed about the building, special
police of this city and on duty by
your authority as mayor?" was asked.
They are special policemen sworn
in to protect the property of the
city," sain major scnwaD, evasively.
Ms j. Hawes then demanded of him
that the doora be unit eked that the
armed guards bs removed theretrom,
and that, if necesary, protection be
given the employes present in the
office to their respective homes. Maj.
Hawes alao notified the mayor that
be would hold the city of Fulton re
sponsible for the indignity to which
ail in the office were subjected, by
being made prisoners in the office
under locked doora and a shotgun
guard, by his special polioe, and he
also warned the mayor that damages
would be exacted from the city for
any destruction of Woodmen prop
erty, records or accounts. At thla
juncture Deputy Sheriff Farley ap
SATURDAY. AUOUBT 23, 1897,
peared, ud Ma). Hawaa served no
tice on him as a connty officer to tho
Mayor Schwab, by this time waa
convinced that he and his armed
"police" were in a rather embarrass,
ing and serious position. He prom,
ised to withdraw his guard and Maj.
Hawes and the office employee were
then allowed to depart,
UJ. Hawse Gives WarabsK.
The mob of armed men around the
office were warned by Mj. Hawes
when he got outside that he was
head clerk of the Modern Woodmen
of America and in charge of ita office
and affairs, and that anyone interfer
ing further therewith did ao at his
At 7 o'clock the members of the
mob were standing around abusing
Capt, Fred K. Bastian, chief of the
"special police," for giving a false
alarm, but not until long after mid
night did the last of the gang, armed
with their tin tara and carrying shot
guns, desert the street around the
the Wcodmen office. Indeed a dozen
or more of them remained on dnty
all night, presumably by order of
either the mayor or Bastian.
These "special polioe" have been
appointed by the mator from a list
said to have been furnished by Fred
K. Bastian, who was named their
captain, and by him they ha7e been
organized on what be ia pleased to
term a "metropolitan" oasis.
He haa named two lieutenants and
about twenty-five sereeants. and he
has given them the title of "Wood
man Defenders." It would be su
perfluoua to state that fully 80 per
. . . r . . .
cent oi mis iorce ia mane up oi tne
town's worst, most disorderly, vi
cious and irresponsible element.
Head office employes are daily in
sulted on the street by them, and
almost invariably the gentlemen and
lady employes alike are campelletl
to keep step to the "rogues' march"
whistled by hoodlums along the way.
The conditions existing here at
present are intolerable. The city is
practically in the hands of the mob.
and there is no guarantee for pro
tection either of life or property of
tnoee connected witn tne bead olUce.
Almost any person coming to t wn
is stopped and questioned. If tv v
have business at the Woodman office
they are Immediately placed on the
the black list, and are under con.
stant surveillance. As a matter of
safety they leave town as soon as
possible, of course.
A the present time the mob is
resting ou its arms. Threats are
freely made that if it is tieemed nee
essary, in order to prevent removal,
the Woodman office and everything
in it will be burned to the ground
with ail contents.
Another "false alarm" is said to be
dae about Saturday, and law abiding
oiticena are earnest in the belief thai
prompt action by the state author!
ties is absolutely neoessary to pre
serve the peace, as the county nwi
city anthorities are clearly ;ith- r
afraid of or in sympathy with th
shotgun hoodlums healed by Baa tin. .
The Kvrbuog Beltoel .
At Auguatana Business college wili
open Wednesday evening, Sept. 1,
instead of Sept. 13, as first an
nounced. The rooms are now in
perfect order, lighted with eleotri
city and heated with steam. Instruc
tion will be given in:
Course I Bookkeeping, a ith rus
tic, penmanship, letter writ iog.
Course II Shorthand feud type
writing. Conree III Drawing.
The cost for each course will be
only 5. Remember, we furnish
books and all materials free with
each course. No extra fee. Time
unlimited. You. pay for the course
complete. But it will seldom take
more than fonr months to complete
the course Those who so desire
may start with the regular business
course, on special terms, with a
view to graduation. Other subjects
may be arranged for at very moder
ate prices if classes are arranged.
Only experienced teachers will be
employed. The timi will be ar
ranged to suit the majority of lh
class. Apply to Dr. O. Olsson, Pres
ident. Telephone 1246.
The True R-medr.
W. M. Repine, editor of the Tis
kiiwa, ill., "Chief," says: "We
won't keep house without Dr. King's
New Discovery for Consumption,
Coughs and colds. Experimented
with many others, but never got the
tree renedv until WftnsAfi Dr. ffinor'a
New Discovery. No other remedy
yau mao its piace in cur nome. as in
it we have a certain and aure cure
for Coutrhs. Colds. Wh onrttno fVinrrh
etc." It is idle to experiment with
umer remedies, even it iney are
nrtced on you as just as good as Dr.
King's New D'scovcry. They are
not as good, because this remedy has
a record of cures and beside is guar
anteed. It never fails to satisfy.
Trial bottlea free at Hartx A Uile
meyer's drug store.
Whoa Tee Take Twee Vaewtlra
the m-st'Dvcessary article-to have
with you (after vour pocket book) is
a bottle of Foley's Colie Cure. It is
an absolute prevention or cure of all
derangements of the bowels eaused
by a change of water. Yon are
likely to need it. Sold by M. F.
Bahcsen and T. H. Thomas, drug
gists. A dose of Dr: Fowler's Extract ot
Wild Strawberry brings immediate
relief in all cases of cramping pains
of the stomach or bowels. It ia na
ture's SDeciCa for anmsner eomnlalnt
in all its forms. For sale bv Mar
shall & Fither.
Csacarets sliintuate liver, kidneys
SrA KawaI S! u 1
sswtbuj wnaeu, wasacsi
Of pipe 10 OSAts. j
PRAISE OF MOST HIGH
Another Beautiful Day at
M. E. District Camp
THOUGHTS' OF THE MS2I0I FIELD.
Of at Stsaaartsl ra.r hn Saw After-
Waa Tnssts la aaM aw Tkes
ka Bwi Passew Bey Dart.; the
Tsar Haalaeis Meanhsc Posts am sa Pia.
fy AMP MEETING Grounds, Tin
I a d all'. Grove. Aue 27 An
U other beautiful day sree'ed
the campers, and as this day
had been Bet aoart far rnlinnsr.
day, all rejoiced and were glad The
ervtoe oi Dioie reading, led by nev.
C. O. McCnlloch, was a continnath n
of yesterday's reading and taken ap
in the same manner as yesterday
Rev. Coolidva. ' at Atfclnann
preached at the morninc service
from the teat found in Luke
Blessed ia be that shall eat bread la the
klntrilora of Uod.
Tarn said he unto him, a certain man made
a (rem supper ana Dsoe many.
The thoughts of the sneaker ware
that in the times spoken of in the
chapter feats were established to
commemorate certain events, and
tbis waa a marriage feaat, to whloh
many guesta were invited, and for
which great preparations were made.
Many of the invited guests made
foolish exouses and would not go.
God has ore Dared a cmat fast f,,r
us at the end of the world's dsy. He
oas prepared a piace, a beautiful and
glorious city. The speaker thinks
we shall not receive all of God's
blessing at once, but. aa ia the eua-
tom oi leasts, win give it to ns in
courses, one b esting at a timo, to
that we mav have appetite and da
s' re for mnre. If we wish to partake
of this feast we must put on the wed
diog garment be earnest, faithful
men and women, d .ing earnestly nod
cneeriui.y tne worx uod Has given
Ha wss followed by Rev. Ballew.
oi v ioia, wno in a unique and vigor.
us exhortation, showed the fnllv
aud ain of these invited guesta whu
cuwu inemseives irom tne least
He then cave an invitation tn unlar.
which was follewed by an enthusi.
abt.c aitar service.
' A number of Salvation Arm mn
Die were pros.int at the aitar service.
who became so happy that the
grounds rang again and again with
.beir hblluiiha anil srssni "
At 1:S0 the bell calld all tans
holders together for a business meet
ing. The secretary being ab eat, a
-notion was mane to an j urn until
Saturday afternoon at 4 o'clock.
The missionary service in th
f emoon was of a memorial nature
Mrs. Hjde pres-di g After eiogm.
Mrs. Brown offered nrav-r. M r.
Cady was called upon to conduct the
memorial service. Khn nuis .
eioquent address full of tender and
uuviw mougais Deuiuag sue OOCa
C. O. McCulioch. naatnr of th
first M. E church. Kock Island
as Called noon f.ir nxrannal riiinaria
when the name nf William Freeburg
was called. He oonid apeak but
briefly, aa the time waa limited, km
me tiiuuin was eloquent.
a duet was then sang by Mrs
Little and Mrs. Tipton, cf Preemp
tion, and Mrs. Htda mart a lattar n.
ocuueing the death of Misa Carroll.
at fa . . .a
oi oomoay, tne missionary sent bv
. I -J . i . I a
ituv uiatriut ooaru.
Mrs Calhoun anolrn nf ArMia A!
nrecht as being very helpful in the
uTiuiag oi a society.
Rt-v. Luce, of Davennort. tbsrsnn.
on preached an able sermon from
In the evenintr after onr cnrwlea
praver was said bv Rev. Wmrrl r.
J. C. Crain, of Orion, announced as
a text, James 4:14: "For What is
f"r. Evans, of Haddino in11av
L. J Ii, i
uciv bbu win prcacn tomorrow.
Dr. and Mra. Contev. nf Frssntse.
ton, have come to spend Sunday.
imiuusgiiiia or aur. and airs.
Everett who haa been aiolr. la this af
ternoon much better.
Dr. Lvona. of the First W v.
church of Galesburg, is announced to
L. o a .
iivsua osbubj morning.
Meadamea Case. Jnlia rvnmw.ll
Silvia, De Santo Franing, Louis
uuticc. Dames, Booinson, bweeney,
Nottsker and Dauchertv. and Mlaa.a
Edith Nottsker, Biddison. Emma
Medio, Alma Lloyd, Cornwall. Lula
Bennett, Liztie Martin and Florence
rreoman, and J L. Freeman, and Mr.
and Mra. Kneberg came out to the
One of the most useful and conse
quently most soocesful workers in
the meetings is J. P. Bailey, general
secretary of the Y. M. C. A of Rock
Island. Mr. Hailey adds to his earn
est nets and religions zeal, a rare in.
telligencc in his methods. In other
words, he uses his bend well as
his heart. lie has had the bnrden of
most of the alttr services, and these
have been of great strength and up
lifting to the trethren. and have
been verv effective, in arreatino its
attentiaa of the unconverted, and
leading them to a better and nobler
lire. Bock Island is certainly for.
tunate in its Y. M. C. A. secretary.
Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil has cured
hundreds of casea of deafness that
were suppored to be incurable. It
never iaiia to cure earscae. For Sale
by Marshall A Fisher.
FACOUS DISCOUNT SALE
20 Par Cent
ON EVERYTHING IN
A large Combination Bjok
Case and Writing Dk f 3 7ft
Solid oak pillar Extension
Table $3 60 net.
A fine large Hall Back with
seat 34 80 net
Solid oik Sideboard, polished
finish, large mliror, flu net.
Bed Room Sets, Center
Table, Chiffoniers, Parlor
Goods. Fancy Rjckera, China
Closets, Iron Beds, and every
thing in this large store in
Fnmitnre is included in this
W. S. HOLBROUK,
o?, IC5, J07 Eit Second St, D.venpait.
IrThea in Doubt,
Health is Life's
Oar Rlecre kfe-htne far
the ireatuv-nt ,f Marrnaa
T'tsteer, nbeeButtiea and
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WOMEN -unVnt.g from diaa-M of tb -tmb. vari. bladder, kidreya.
nervoss a-zhans'l . valplurloa of Uw heart, t ' sp rtaera y dlw-ass icallsr to ha assu
sbotild call n the greet stcla.lst and ret an "P tuoa oa th tr an- free of caiarse.
M-ECTrilCI TY S:tfni'finallv ppliw1 na-rvmic d. hilitj . pll.-s. -ibu-tve
drrlns. e' pit lows, fsfectrve aMBtoty, Uueaseat d lasaalty, Varscf wlU Bower, aseatal de-
VRICOCELE la the moat active cause ot nervous debility. Why treat
""l'""1! y" rnarsrta- yea a permsneat can to atvss days by ear paaikes
atcthv-dt Bidiucele cured la three dsys-aopata. i .m-ws
THE PRAISES WE HaVK RECEIVED Kor oar remarkable Skill In eurinr
ca-es rlvr-n op as hopeless by all, has coarp Ileal as a-e tali nea-a Is order else the ri
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tmltabeshiiliorvanofsaravrf. Keniessber oarlswily , hystflaa tsaiwsys wolouese So
sBsoperst . Wearewlll-n. lotp-esdoer kaows-dve lum Mow war sSIl" a wT fJel
iulyt.roorl of the ea.ty erw.rratsla.ks we ms-i.e fnws ths a., elrsl , r saaskai f," ta. Z.
aoced" m. ai-al .ad sarrvc I irf rata sm hiv.wrtnei. o -LTt'l it m.a MlaT IM
B'Stof ref---esje.s snd credent sis. Ifroa eaot ot call, wnte Baedicda cared b wsU
Uonrs S to 1. i to t. 7 to 8; Sundays. 11 aO to 1 JO. aweicaa carea ay aU.
CHICAGO HETJICATaTBSTTTttTsl o-taww eu n-aid.
ttihide: tjtrl iL-ni?ar
D" - soon. ,rs loatr ae lontT rifle mraridcee blaak and
smokeless. Hnriw.aely tinlstied; theateelle oor hlvbest fl-rallTr amnknlaaaaiaaTfisrlarsis
parts, tool steel f.w smaller psrto. WeUrkt onlw au;
:ly Mnfehed; the steel Is oor hlvbest quality aavokelaas steal tor lor see
taller psrto. Welffht oalv pouons. -wojswo Btssn I or sarser
latolorue Is aa noye.npweie of bit orwiaUoa reward Ine rfflea and iberlr
oaaodiuprepataUua.sivlas powdeea, loads, ate. Mailed oa receipt of
IV 4349DW IB BleUnpm,
TOE HABT.TW FZSX ARI28 CO.. Hew Umn, Oonn.
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five Per Cent Paid en Deposits.
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50 rolls of All Wool Carpets
These are all new designs
and very desirable.
24 rolls of Slatting at IT)
25 rolls of Matting at 17,8
Thee Mattings and Carpets
are the greatest bargains offered
A very large line ot Bogs and
Consult the Best.
I ate of -blears fwsserly
S rave, -ts r lef of at
BbiImm y. Bu iisl
Prompt and ' ermanant Cnr-s.
Tfiat's Onr Hall Paper
80 pretty the children fight for
it. the ladies alga for it and
everyone wants it. Whenever
yon see wall paper of extra choice
design or finish, extra richness,
you may depend that It cams
from the big store of the
lf:s Wall P2;er Ca.
S10. IIS. S14 Twentieth St.
Iaeorporate.1 TJa4r the
or aTaalTTBTare ticirli;.
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