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over the Cede and Consuls of
Purltf of too contents.
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SCRUM FOR THE HOG CHOLERA.
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ftraa t Aalwal lJtry.
WajMrstnii. Ja& !?. Th th.tt of t"a
fcnwm of tsni. Ir.fluatrr. Tir. P. E.
Saltix-n. hat uhmittl to Secretary VTR
on a rnrt tipsn tht Tlmntt
t th tratmrnl of hoyi f jr bog
raotora lth anli-tuain arum. Thla
arrant ta mad oin the aam principal
m th anti-tosla f dlphihiria. Hy
tBooiIatKxi lh tiia Mram the mitt.
anr of th anlir.al la rl.l ik.
fclcVat tra. ttal rlnt. Whrn Injrted
ir tne iiMr awine th arrutn baa
bra frnnl to both a n.-rvntlv
an l curative artk.o.
Tbl cenim ri trt 1mtA nnn
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ainatl animala In the laburat'vrjr, anl
betnir foonl efflrarkioa aa lasl fall
tetel la rac county. la., on aeveral
brda of awlf- cnnUlnlnL ' t..t h..
r anlma'a. L'tvln out one heM.
rmm r.irn rt-Tmiie ictums aa to caufia
of drata cuutJ ntat Im nlitllnad
tblrty-Bln died out of 144 anlmala
triaiei, cr wnicn eignty-aia were aick.
Iath mt a Welt-Knva Hiaer.
Braccrllle. Ilia.. Im t.
tuperintfnrnt of the Chicago. Milwau
kee end Ft. Paul
an known throughout the mln-
Inc ree-na of Amrrka. died aa hlj
fcome.ln !:raceville Uat ererlc.
r-A'.lrrmnn John Hepburn, of ChU
Cairo, f-mwrly of Rnckford, Ilia., died
at Pin Pranclaro Saturday.
Jlray flablea. ex-PreHdent Clpvrland'a
vuma-.er home, baa been looted rf eery.
tblnir of value by burglars.
Whlt'hpiim In Invaiiinif Great ISrit
aln. Xo uple of adnlivni were duc ked
and floccrd In niidnarshlie.
There were eight negmea killed In one
f ght In "blind pltT aalonp ,n ParnJy
lrk-Im:i ciumjr. Ky.. rri1ay. '
ThLint of lhenartlctt MilllTig C"tn
paoy a ft. id. 'ilj.. burniT i-'Htur-day.
tVXKO: Inruranre, t'.OSiO.
Vr. and lr. Krafiklln l"rsmn. of
VTh!t .'t'T. V. rf"l-t nnlc nt.ratra
tb-lr l.-foirtn'we?1inir arnivereary.
'l to this time ority rirhtf-n of th
tirftit r"vii ( rrt'.fx r-a rare
been retr.rd at Waehlr.cton frc:n all
The old Tdlron hoir.rrtead at Tort
Hunm. , nai dtMmyed ty fire. In
tenter Thorrae A. Ed"n'a father lived
Ihre tt yiara.
A ranrata ij l-e TupuMIar, of the
batl'nal bie ahoa that f VC tnor
are about thirty majority for change In
the rt i ar1oe law.
iTinre M-rrenk I" MaIIIy hiipror
rrf In raltH tie snin"od.hnmnred
artd b ti'r.-.l approval cf ih roll
art cf K.aX u lay.
V. -O. xi mor lira ba-le rod-bve to
! JTilf CatardA arl Ujr Tor bia
bome ai t fMrvti. previous T'i fttrn
lr.it ! i-el!il.r t.rire. M-
Fire mt f.rjnd P.apl!a. Mich., gatrr.
&J tlgM x artly d-ryed a fonr-alry
Iwiil. rtnf of l.uhi and Carrpau
atreeia C.M1.S; inaured.
rrarb Klncb-rc. actd li and Carl
r-wkar. are! 7t y:;r. w.ic rilled by
an n"! vntral ra",erertraln on a
ttv. eat tf Rnrkford. I!le.
ftere baa been born to Mr. and Mm.
I!r.rr Va iVrger. of Lima, O.. a baby
weifMae orle rtittn ouncm. It la per
fetly f.irm.J ad apparently healthy.
On of jrer Vfc torfa'a rervurita waa
fled at Wm!rr f. leadina an unmni
Vd do tkmach the Mreet In Vklatloo
f the orUlnarKe. The tjucen paid tba
Croup, whoopiTif canh and coMa
ar quickij ailajeU and tiicgcr
Tbia unou remedy will cure
an attack of ctowj ia the time it
takea to find a doctor. Every
bone ahonld have it ready for
the time of need. It ia an infal
lible remedy for a3 broncbial aad
ay rvrt at tV . Mc ! II prt
MUtMiMma nema at a
o, m i, ar.
tub Anauq Monday, janoaby 17, leoa
1 ninn'o nnuruniTo K
I 0 hi 111 A Lllltfri JMI I Vd
UIUUII U IIIUIUIIUI IUi'
Action of the United Mine Work
ers' National Convention
DELEGATES ALL GO TO CHICAGO.
Oaaaaad car Tea Onto
la the Friea a Diggta CaU-Faar Raa.
And Operatoea aad Daaton la Coal WITJ
Theaa at tba t lady City aad Try to
Acrea aa a' Scale Coitoa Kill BltaaUoa
-atrika Haa Degwa.
Colurftbua. O., Jan. lT.-The question
of a defense fund caused a UveJy debate
In the ronventiun ctHhe United Mine
Workira Just before adjournment Sat
urday eveninc. A resolution was intro
duced rravidlnr that a defense fund be
sreeted, the fund to remain unmolested
until TtWi.eco had accumulated. Tbia
cordlticn Jircvoked a storm of (liscus
on. the opposition to It coming chiefly
from Illinois,' where there" are several
strikes rtt-w in p regress, it was
claimed that such a provision woald
prevent miner now on strike receiving
aid from the national organization
whin they most needed It. While the
opposition was In the minority the fight
rhlch U put up was so vigorous that
It prevented the adoption cf the reso
lution, and It waa referrd hV to tk.
committee to formulate by-laws to gov
ern tne use of the defense fund. This
Pln will be auhtr.lttri tn tho .l-.
- " 'Hjiin.
aloaal Haadoaartan for ladiat apolla.
There -was a sharp skirmish over the
mnnttl rr ih. ,.nn..i i
. ... 1 h . 1 1 1 iirautjuarirrs
of the organization from Columbus, as
recommenaoriy rrcsldent RAtchford.
President Italcnford favird n.vniniiii
but a combination was made which led
ta Indianapoiia bring chuien aa the lo
cation for the hednunrtpra- Tli, Pnol
vole on the proposition stood 231 In fa-
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t iiuicnaiK (a 10 ics mr uoiumous.
The headquarters have been located in
Columbus ever since the L'nlted Mine
Workers was organized in this city In
190. .The convention voted to appro
priate 1200 to assist a strike nf nvliu.n
and railway employes in England, it
was aeoaeci ,io ma wie next convention
In rittsbura- the second Tnpr1.iv In
lastrnctloa to Iba Delrgatea to Chicago.
The - drler.itpa tn th
about 100 in uumber, left today for Chi
cago to attend the Joint conference with
me operators, -rncre was an effort dur
ing the convention to adort a twiliw tn
be followed in the Joint convention, but
it latifcO. it waa proposed to select cer
tain d(16s;atpfl tn Art nu tnnkucmcn In
the conference, but objection was ralspd
on mc ground that this was aMn to gas
rule, and the proposition was promptly
voted dawn. All the delegates will now
have the privilege or apeakisg in the
Joint conference. The delegates sW go
into the conference demanding flnti nn
advance of ljj tenta pec tan hi the price
-i n.iuuiiT, am cerona on eignl-nour
work day. The whole question of dif
ferentials Is left open; and will probably
be settled by the operator, as there is
a sweater contest onicr.p them over the
question than amer.g fho miners.
JOINT CONrKKKNCn AT CUirAGO.
aar llnndred Coal Ownrr ami IHralers
Ara Bcpmeatcd from Four Slatca.
Chicago, Jsn. 17. More than 400 own
ers of coal mines throughout the coun
try and iipreeeutativea of Urge dealers
and operators In " black diamonds ' met
ia convention In the auditorium roonl
of IhtVounR Men's Christian associa
tion thU morning to consider a new
wage scale end to taken other meas
ures tndi:tg to prevent a recurrence of
the ft: ikes of InM susamor. The oper
tiers' are.larriied at the out:oVk ee l
have fout to the conclusion that some
thing mult be done immediately or t'ae
tame old' batt'ea will Cava to be fougot
ovei'agajn next summer. The principal
stat-.-s rrpresnled are Illinois. Indiana.
Ohio and Pennsylvania. West Virginia
d.J not send dflgat'-ar ouing to th
action vt tcnine owners of that state
during the last strike. It is said that
several WeU ViTinla operator realized
large fortunes by refusing to side with
the mine owners of other states.
Several of the largest operators of the
east are Dow in favor of granting the
scale for which the men struck Izst
year. Tills will be an advance of 2
cents over the present scale. Some of
the westernVpcratnrs, however, are op
posed to granting so large a concession.
sad It Is posrfble the convention may
split on that point. If tbe raise In
aes la agreed upon It will resu'.t
in a corresponding raise in prices. The
prospect for an agreement between em
ployers and mn la dubious. It la said
the miners' unions are preparing to
make demands even greater than they
did last rammer, and will not be con
tent with mild concessions. The friend
ly operators will exert every effort to
adopt some course of action that will
prove acceptable to a'.l. Whatever ac
tion la tak-n will be binding on all
the corporations represented.
COTTOJt MILS, KTRIKE HAS BEOVK.
Hew Bedford Mea Give It a Start aad Oth
er! WIU Fallow.
Boston. Jan. 17. Tbe operatives In
over half a hundred cotton mills In New
England states ceased to be paid nnder
the ofd schedule of prices when they
left their work, Saturday. This morning
the general policy of tbe manufacture ra
to reduce wages la In effect In nearly
every mill center In the six states. The
reduction has become operative in the
cotton mills of New Bedford. Lowell,
the Pawtuxct and Blackatone' valley In
RhodeAIiiUnd and in the stateaof Maine
and Jw Hampshire. The Pall River
miTls. with the exception of three cor
porations, cut wage earlier in the
month, aa did aim the Amoakeag com
pany, of Manchester, acd the mills ia
Palem and a number of smaller places.
New Bedford continues to be the storm
center. The Indications are that aH the
cotton mills In that city will be silent
for some time to coaac. tbe employes
having' decided almost unanimously not
to go to work under tbe lower wage
scale. The attempts xf tbe state board
of arbitration to bricgVbout a compro
mise have tailed, and there la little
chance that the request of the city
Uncil of New Sedfnrd that the re-
luction be DOStnoned one week vttl
have the desired effect.
The New Bedford mill hands win be
supported by other centers. The opera
tives in the Blddeford. Me, mills have
voted to stay out, and it Is possible sev
eral minor strikes will ocur in other
places. A portion of the Queen City
mill operatives at Burlington, Vt, are
already out, Saturday notices of a 10
per cent reduction were posted at the
Atlantic and Pacific corporations, of
Lawrence. A dispatch from that city
states that the other cotton mills there
will undoubtedly follow. Tbe Lawrence
mills are the last to come Into line. They
employ about 12.000 hands. The reduction
in most of the New England mills
amounts either to 10 or 11 1 per cent.
Mine Laborers Want lieretentaUoa,
Brazil. Ind.. Jan. 17. A moss meet
Ing of the mine laborers was held 'hera
Saturday attended bjG&O laborers and
a large number of miners. At the out
n the miners were ordered to with
draw, and thev mlthitrav T. 1.K-
ers selected a delegation to the miners'
convention at unicago todajy They in
structed this committee to demand the
mining prloe or three tons of coal as the
laborer's day's wages Instead of the
present scale of two and a half tons.
A prominent operator who dele
gate to the convention says this ecn-
lesung delegation will not be seated.
PROBABILITIES IN CONGRESS.
Senate WIU Contlaae to Talk flawall
Hoaaa Likely To Be Warm.
Washington, Jan. 17. The Hawalan
annexation 'treaty will this week again
occupy the major portion of the time of
tbe senate. There Is a unanimous
agreement to vote upon the Immlrra.
ion bill today, and it is akorether
able that this vote will be preceded by
some aiscusston or the merits of the bill.
Which Will postpone Hawaii for n rinv
Woloott has given notice of his Inten
tion io aauress the senate today, when
he will make a renort of the innnn.
tlrns of The recent international bime
tallic commission. When the senate re
sumes consideration or the Hawaiian
treaty Mora an will take the floor There
Is no hope that the discussion will be
concluded during the week.
The house Is likely to become the arena
for a general discussion of nnr fnwim
reIationsln connection with the consid
eration of the diplomatic and consular
appropriation bill during the present
week. The Cuban situation, the annex
ation of Hawaii, and the designs of the
European powers toward China win. of
course, be the principal topic to at
tract attention. The house managers
do not want an evtendpd ilehaia n
Cuba precipitated at this time, but the
minority Is determined to press the
question during the consideration of this
NOW WE CAN BREATHE FREELY.
Gea. Booth and Hla Seoenion Son Have
Met and Nothing Happened.
New York, Jan. if After an Inter
view between General William Booth.
of the Salvation Army, and Commander
Baliington .Booth, of the Vebunrears of
America, resterda.y affernoon at the
Windsor hrsl, the following aVternMit
waa given out by thow who wKnesued
tha interview: "General William Booth
and Commandor Baliington Bmth to
day at the Winder hotel met in the
prrnre of Bev. Dr. Jopiah Strong end
tcev. cnarits ctUhbert Hall.
"The Interview was i.urelv he.
tween father and son. Nothing trans.
pi red calculated to lead to any amalga
mation or the two movements. It was
agreed that all public controversy
In the pros or otherwise between the
two movements shouM as far as pos
sible come to an end." This impor
tant bulletin is, signed by Joeiah Strong
and Charles Cuthbert Hall. -r,n: were
present by the demand, practically, of
Ritn.iA. i v. :.u . k .
"i'5"." vuuui, wmu wouiu uui gee nis
father alone for some reason. General
Booth arrived from England Saturday.
tttpnrt and Import Statistic.
WashinEton. Jan. 17. The mnnlhlw
statement of the evr,orts ar.J imnnrtu
Issued by the bureauof statUtlcs, shows
that the exports of domestic nicrchan
3i3? for LtccccLc-r last amounted to
tl23,lS1.74X an increase as compared
with December, 185C. of over $7,KK).0C0.
For the twelve months the Increase was
over $S3.000,000. The imnorts of mer
chandise during December last
amounted to til.514.7C3, or which $24,
H1,SS8 was free of duty. This is a fall
ing rjf In dutiable merchandise of over
JS.W0.Ctn). For the twelve months the
.ncreaae was about 154.500.000.
Wisconsin's Sew Caacas Law.
Madison Wis.. Jan. 17. It became
known Saturday that the near a urn a
Uw passed by the last legislature may
prove dangerous, because of the Ignor
ance of the Public as to its nrovtslnna.
The law Provides that tba ofHaera tn
conduct the caucusses for the entire
year must be appointed on or before
Feb. L So far as can be learned here
the provision has been complied with
thus far In few if anv carta of th
state which are affected by the law.
ietaaaaj1s Deaaaad aa Carina.
Pekln. Jan. 17. Germany has de.
manded a ninety-nine year lease of
Kiao-Chou and a large area aurround
ins it China offers to tease the hav
and shores only for fifty years. Here
tne matter rests. The .Germans Insist
on the right to build railroads and
work mines whenever they wish.
Logan CarUala Ii Oaad.
Wa.hInton. Jan. IT A nrfrate die.
Patch received here ata.tea.tl.et Tjin
Carlisle, and son or ex-Secretary Car
lisle, aiea ia .New York yesterday.
This Rat neac Faitss at Care.
GIFT IS NEARLY FATAL
Senator Blackburn's Present to
His Daughter Piays Her a
LABTS nSTOL'3 TOTDIELY SHOT.
Puts a Ballet Into Bar La ft Breast Which
Luckily Cjanees Bonnd a Bib Shock So
Serious, However, That Bar Pbyaiciana
Are Beth-eat aa to tho Oatcome Gnn
. Catenas In Soma Lace Being Lifted from
a Bureau Drawer.
Washington, Jan. 17. Mrs. Ductile
Lsne, youngest daughter or ex-Senator
Joe Blackburn, of Kentucky, shot her
self in her apartment at the Wellington
houl Saturday night According to the
statement given out by the family the
shooting was accidental. Both of Mrs.
Lane's physicians refused todiscussthe
subject, even to the extent of saying
whither or not the wound would prove
fatal, but from the best that can be
learned she will probably recover, al
though now suffering from shock. A
friend of the family nominated to give
out a statement of the occurrence said
that about midnight on Saturday Mrs.
Lane waa preparing to retire. Her hus
band at the time was in the adjoining
room looking over the paper. Mrs.
Lane opened a bureau drawer to get
a handkerchief, and picked up a hand
ful of gloves and laces whieh had been
tossed together Into the drawer. Under
this fluffy mass was a tiny lady's pis
tol, a gift to Mr. Lane from her fath
er, and a possession of which she waa
How the Sboattng Occurred.
It caught in a piece of lace as she
raised her hand, and falling of its own
weight struck the hammer on the edce
of the open drawer. The pistol ex
ploded and the ball penetrated her left
breast What became of it is impossi
ble to say. According to the statement
given out it struck a rib and ranged
around beneath the left shoulder, mak
ing only a superficial wound. At the
tame time It ia said that Mrs. Lane
is suffering so from shock that the
physicians have devoted all their ener
gies to rallying her, without attempting
to ocflnitely ascertain the extent of the
injury. The most precise statement
that either physician would make last
night was that Mrs. Lane would proba
bly live till morning. At the request
of the family the block in which ths
hotel is situated has been roped off.
History of tha Wonndad Woman
Senator B'.ackburn Is deeply affected
by the occurrence. He does not live
with his daughter, and when the affair
occurred was summoned from his room
on New York avenue. Lucille was the
younger of Senator Blackburn's two
daughters, tthe was married in 1895
to Thos. P. Lane, a prominent business
man and politictan of Summltt, N. J.
At the time of the maqriage Lane was
a ehfif of division in the treasury de
partment. Subsequently he accepted a
plaee with the Maxim Arms company,
ef New York, as tbelr agent In Wash
ington. The position Is reputed a gwd
one, and the I.anes had apparently al
ways nn abundance of money. Their
little girl was one of the favorites
about the house with all who knew her,
and the particular pride of her mother.
Mr. and Mrs. Lane, according to .those
who saw them every day, were unvary
inr'y affectionate end attentive to each
other and he, while of siigbt physique,
was in excellent health.
Judge Long Pension Case.
Washington, Jan. 17. The celebrated
pension case of Judge Charles D. Long,
of Michigan, made its reappearance Sat
urday before the pension office in the
shape of an application to Commission
er Evans to vacate the order reducing
the Judge's penslcn from $72 to $50 per
month. Tbe claim Is that a pension Is
a vested rlsht. and once granted can
not be redueed.
Monetary Convention Delegates.
Indianapolis, Jan. 17. At noon Satur
day 211 delegates had been chosen to
attend the monetary convention which
will begin here Jan. 25, and over 100
more acceptances had been received,
but the delegates have not yet been se
lected. Triere will probably be 50 del
egates tn the convention, aa against 290
Delegates at the first convention.
Oar Blslag Crneratloa of Boys.
Ilillsboro. Ills., Jan. 17. R. B. Millsap,
a teacher in the Taylor school, six milcs
northeast of this eity, was assaulted and
beaten at night by six large boys, some
of whom used bratis knuckles. The as
sault was committed In revejge for the
punishment of some of their number in
Haj-TimothT. aS8.U; wild, Kt7.
llutter Pair to choice, 18e; fresh creamery.
laclu AHre. To; dressed, 10&
Col Soft. 10a
Cattle Butchers pay for oora fed steers,
4,t4e;eoars and belters, 33Me; oalres, 4
Hogs mil (3 71
JJCI ISB KEKVCUS EE12ACKES
POSITIVELY CUr.ES 13 TKIRTT raTES.
A pnrety voretahU compound Mch seeks the root of
trouble and e red testes it: which builds op tbe Derres.
making then stranir. wbirh la itaail ia a goaraataa
against s return of the trcable.
At an Arna-giBta or neat poatnalA
wsoa raoetet of Owe Dollar.
FRENCH CHEMICAL CO.,
" Dearbara Mreet, CHICAGO, ILL,
WB ARB ASSERTING IN THE COURTS OUR RIGHT TO TH3
EXCLUSIVE USE OF THE WORD -Q ASTORIA n AND
"FXTC&ER'S C ASTORIA," as our trademark.
I DR. SAMUEL PITCHER, of Eycmms, Massachusetts
was the originator, of "PITCHER'S CAST0R1A." the same
thai has borne and does now f , cr. aery
hear thefac-simUe signature of LJZ&: icrcppcr.
This is the original " PITCHER'S CASTCRIA," whick j,as iecn
used in the homes of the Mothers of America for ever thirty
years, LOOK CAREFULLY at the wrapper and see that it w
the kind you have always bought mtf Cn the
ana has the signature of CjfMtcZ?: wrap
per. No one has authority from me to use my acne ex
cept The Centaur Company of which Chas. H. Fletcher &
March 8, 1897. GLj&-..p.
Do Not Be Deceived.
Do not 2ndangcr the life of your child by arrcpting
a cheap substitute' which some druggist may offer you
(because he makes a few more pennies on it), the in
gredients of which evej he does not know.
"The End You Have Always Bought"
BEARS THE FAC-SIMILE SIGNATURE CF
Insist on Having
The End That Never Failed You.
vms aaaraaa Mnwii, tt i
tt. M, BUFOSP.
The eat Urs and Time wiaa
Oaanaylas Barnes a.
waawMlowas tnraUsM; raatsauiaan afare.
Tear psuat set n anncaat
Represents the foltowlug well
known Flra and AcelJent Ioinr
wsstaheetot rue "
Raftaki GerM "
-. - BafisJa, T
MlPthsetaT. H B
Fidelity acd Casualty .
Offlea corner Eighteenth street and
Second Avenue, aeoood floor.
Umi tailing stone
fc&xr end trissiiais
For elmpnAAt, darnbUlij tad
bMAtj noalied by Bona. This
tone does sot wntffc or color the
wall with alkali, eto. Plant tent
at tor AvtUMtet will rtAslTe
oAXotal Atteatlon and be returned
promptly At oar expeata.
QaAntM U aulleafrom Book
iAlABd on the a. B. AQ.B.B.
TreuuBoa.9 aad 10 will stop
and let vUiton 0I aad on.
erid;a ttsns. esri crib
fc!sski and foupjitlon
ties txy t!za dsslrel
SAAiolee of ptoae aad Pkotoaol
BaUdJnfa baa be eeea At Boom
Bo. IS. UltakeU LyadA's build
Anhar Bnrrall, maoager.
Sock Iilaod or Qrkma, IIL
White Seal oaloon
THE TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
QHICAQfA ROOK ISLAND A PACIFIC RAIL
WT Tlfk'ta can ka pmxhad or ssia-are
eked at RltP Twet.tl.th s re rtet, at
V H I A V cepot, enrrer Fifth sTtnna mai Tbtn.
fust atreet, Frank B Plununet. AicaA.
Doi.vcr LattA uuah .. .
Ki Wurth IKoVor A K O....
M aneapo Is..
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McCoy's New European Hotel
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Otse black rroas C R, I. A I. atid
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Improvements costing f7S.OU0.0O lave
Just been completed, and lift house n
offers every convenience to be found in any
hotel, including hot and cold water, t le.tnc
light and steam heat In every room.
Kates 7S cents per day and upward,
rirst class restaurant in connection.
WILLIAM McCOY. Ovscr ac Prepriciar-
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