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& ISLAND ARGU
VOL. XL VI. 2iO. 229.-
KOCK ISLAND, ILL., MONDAY, JULY 18, 1S98.
PRICE TIIKEE CENTS.
PUTS OUT FOR
Gen. Miles' Expedition Already
OTHER FORCES EMBARKING AT CHARLESTON.
Twenty-five Thousand Men to be Sent Within the Next
WASlHNUTOX.Jiily 18. The Porto
Kican expedition lias starti'il
on it miion to capture San Juan.
(Jen. Mile, leading the e(H'iIition.
Ii'ft Silionev. on the Vale toil.vr
with four batteries of artillery and a
few M-nnoneil troop. Two brigades
now at CharleMon are embarking to
day on transports to take them to
I'orto Kico. It i epectMl the whole
exM-ditiou will le uiuler way within
tin? ne.xt four day. It ha lieen de
rided to retain Shafter's bripidc at
Santiago for an indefinite period.
TIIK t l 1.1. I'OKTO KICAN KXI'KMTIUX.
Tiil j-lle Thniisnml Men to lr Sent in
Washington. July 1. (Jen. Hrooke
had another conference with Secretary
Alger in reference to preparations for
tin- I'orto Kican expedition, (o-n.
Itrooki! reports his army leady. It i
helicved it can he embarked within a
fortnight. It is understood Newport
New will In- the port of depart lire of
the larger part of the expedition.
About tf..llo men will In' sent.
Information from Santiago is that
lien. Iul1icld. whose condition has
been open to much doulit. is down
with a mild ca.e of yellow fever.
There is no apprehension as to the
attack yielding readily to treatment.
ThlslsioMl News, Too.
Washington. July 1. Official ad
vices from Santiago place the liumlicr
of fever cases at Hi it) or less. The
Mirgeon getieral considers the situa
tion lens serious than was feared.
Hustling Watson's Squadron.
Washington, July 1. Orders have
been given to complete all prepara
tions o that Watson's sipiadron mav
nail for Spain by the end of tins
All ynlet In I lie l'liillln-n.
Hong Kong, July is. The German
cruiser ('ormoraii from Manila, July
l.j. reports all ipiiet when it left. The
insurgents had not ;thaiicci1. The
second American contingent had not
arrived. It was reported that Aguin
aldo. the insurgent leader, had had
an inter iew with ('apt. lien. Aifgusti
with the result not known.
kai.h; ton tiik wiikii
ThatMrmU I lu lu to the Irani Are the
lli) at ( hli kMiniiiiKM I'ark.
Chi. ktm.ai". a I'ark Cu.. July Is. The
luitiat older of th' ex'.c. ted general
order for the i.-.nvrecnt of the First
corps in the fi'n t came U;.;i night to
Colt n I Kip I lYtuit. of the Third
nois, pro l i n Uy commanding the Sec
end brlgalc ( f the IKt d vision. First
eorp". Itinirin tli him t forward the
brigade a;;c train to Charleston at
Chlikamauga Pnrk. Ju'y IS. Yestcr
lay's was a t:. t. hcautiful Sunday at
ramp Thorr.ns. At evil the only work in
progress was that of supplying the regi
ments of the Mist corps with clothing
and ordnance stores, la addition to a,
large iii;intity of ordnance st rcs hand
ed out for disiriliutior. Saturday two
tar loads rf ammunition a l'
JMI.OM) rourds-ar.d in r'e'iharr'lOO brx.-s
of renenI rdnanee sbres arrived yes
terday an 1 wore promptly handed out
for distribution In the first corps. Col.
Rockwell also forwarded to Charleston
a quantity of ordnar.ie stores for the
First triBadc. Fiist division. First
corps. hlch recently loft here under
cvvja-and of llr'a'ler Oer.cral Krnst ?
Raval aukea tat food para,
wholcsom aa4 4lkis
OVM Mb SO0f a OO., YOS.
on the Way to the Spanish
a parfor M,aor-Jenerai Wilson's ex
peditionary . force. Major General
Brooke is expected to return from
Washington within two or three days.
I'ntil that time nothing in the nature
of an order to move Is expected.
rrartirrd Shooting All Sunday.
The troops v;n, however, continue to
hold themselves in readiness and will
promptly respond to any order that
may come. It was announced by an
officer of the First Illinois cavalry yes
terday afternoon that that regiment
had been ordered to be prepared to
break carr.ii tomorrow. Pome of the
regiments, anxious to 1: se no time be
cause of the profff i.lity of an early or
der to move, did not cease target prac
tice yesterday and in portions of the
reservation rifle reports were heard
from morning till night The latest
news from Washington had the effect
of greatly enthusing the troops, and
there is nut a regiment that does not
feel that it Is quite I.kely to be ordered
to I'orto liico. The First carps is es
pecially hopeful of an early order to go
with 'Scneral Hrooke to I'orto Uico.
This Is Ccneral lirocke's corps, and it is
definitely understood that it is to ac
company him wherever th" government
may ord r hm.
Composition of the First Crups.
The corps as it is now made up con
sists of the following rcziments:
First division: First brigade Second
and Third Wisconsin and Sixteenth
Pennsylvania, commanded by RiigaJier
General C. H. Ernt. Second brigade
Third Illinois. Fourth Pennsylvania
and Fourth Ohio, eomiranded by Briga
dier General Ilarr's. Third brigade
First and Third Kentucky "and Fifth
Illinois, commanding brigadier to be
Second division: First brisnde Thirty-first
Michigan, Sixteenth Indiana and
First Georgia, commanding brigadier
to be supplied. Second brigade Sixth
Ohio, One Hundred and Fifty-eighth
Indiana and First West Virginia, com
manding brigadier to be supplied. Third
brigade Second hio. First Pennsyl
vania and Fourteenth Minnesota. Briga
dier General Bossier commanding.
Third division: First brigade
Twelfth Minnesota. First South Caro
lina and Fifth Pennsylvania, Brigadier
Genera! John A. Wiley commanding.
Second brigade Kighth Massachusetts.
Twenty-first Kansas and Twelfth New
York, commanding brigadier to be sup
plied. Third brigade Ninth Pennsyl
vania. Second Mbsourl and First New
Hampshire, Brigadier General Andrews
NEIIKASKA'S S1LVKU IlATT.tI.tOX,
Bryan's Men X Nit the K position and
Leave for Florida,
Omaha, July IS. Nebraska turned
out to greet the "Silver Battalion" Sat
urday at the exposition grounds. Fully
I'jO.GOO people from Kansas, Nebraska
and Iowa crowded the grounds. Colonel
Bryan rode at the head of his troops on
a magnificent black charger, and re
ceived on extraordinary ovation. His
men drilled and paraded. Their work
was Indifferent as a body. Few of them
had ever seen the regulation arms up
to a few weeks ago. Bryan's study of
tactics was manifest In the grace wvlth
Xhich he handled the regiment.
After the parade the regiment and
visitors adjourned to the Auditorium,
where Colonel Bryan, Governor IIol
comb, of Nebraska, and Governor
I.eedy, of Kansas, addressed the crowd.
Later the visitors gave up the audi
torium to the troops, who were furnish
J a lunch by the woman's board of
managers. A number of little trinkets
?re presented to the troops by tha
exjosltirn. The regiment has gone to
foin I.'Vg command at Jacksonville.
TOOK A I'll.ttTICF: MARCH.
Mnlii Illinois Tries lu .rg Krgimrntal
Formation Kighth Not Fall.
Sprii'.s.ielJ. 111.. July IS. The Ninth
.Tf Rhr.rr.t. with the exception of com
linlis K and I. iwnt on a practice
march again under command of Lieu
tenant Colonel Swift. The march -was
to Lincoln monument, in Oak Ridge
rtir.etery. Few of the troops bad seen
iho monument before, and it proved of
great interest to them. The day was in
tensely hot. bet not a single man suc
cumbed. The reglniiwital formation of the
Ninth has been arranged. The First
battalion will bo r.r.der command of
Lieutenant Colonel Swift, with Lieu
tenant C. C. Wright as adjutant: the
Second under command of Major J. J.
Fur.khauser, with Lieutenant S. A. Mc
Krtght a. adjutant, and the Third
under command of Major M. W. Spen
cer, with Lieutenant C. M. Carr as ad
jutant. Companies A, B, C and D form
the First battalion. K, F. G and H the
Second, and I, K. L ami M the Third.
Company H, of Springfield, and K,
of Litrhfield and East St. Louis,
of the Eighth regiment, were mustered
into service. The regiment is still short
from thirty to fifty men. notwith
standing the physical examination was
much less rigid than that to which the
tnen of the other regiments were sub
jected. IHlBoiwn Dies at Chlrkamauga.
JMrJwnatlCT FaXfc. G July It-
Sergeant Will S.Tampb'rf; fftSt batta
lion. Fifth Illinois, died Saturday morn
ing after an Illness of five weeks. The
remains were sent to Springfield, bis
former home, for interment.
HE BEARDS THE GOVERNMENT.
Illinois Official Makes an Issne of State's
Rights on Those Stamps.
Springfield. Ills.. July IS. II. J. Ham
lin, attorney of the state board of rail
road and warehouse commissioners, has
rendered a decision which is of great
importance to the grain trade, and
which threatens to become of national
Importance by bringing up the old ques
tion of "state rights." According to
Hamiin the government has no right to
compel the state gra'n inspect.-.r to affix
internal revenue stamps to either the
weight or inspection ceitiflcates issued
by his office.
Hamlin says: "The federal govern
ment has no powrr to tax the agencies
through which the state performs Its
functions. These certificates are re
quired to be issued by your depart
ment, which is a branch or agency of
the state of Illinois. The chief grain
Inspector Is a state officer, made so by
our statutes. Ti:e griin department and
parvrs Issue 1 by that department are a
I art of the micMnery of the state gov
ernment, end are as much exempt from
t:-. taxat'on of the federal government
r.s is the state it-elf."
BOLD HQL'i jp 1H KANSAS.
The T!ms Faulty Wound a Citizen Wh
Tried to Itamv Them.
Wichita. Kas , Ju'y IS. The 'Frisco
pasrrr.ier train Ifav.ng here at S:S) for
St. Louis was held up Sa'uiday night
by two masi ed men st Ar.doer, a sta
tion t:n miles i-an-cl J-ere. A citizen of
.Aml'jver. who 1 a r cd : th plan to rob
the tiain, a'tmi t d to notify the train
ofiiciais and was shot by the robbers.
He wiil priil ally die. His name could
not lie Icunel. i e.eral hurd.ed dollars
wes taken from t'.e exp.eis car. bat th?
exac t amount is r.ot l.m.wn here and
thre is no way of find:m; cut. as all
a tt eir.pt n to raise the Andover office
have fjilcd Anb.ver is a ftsg staticn
and has about Cil people. Two men
nde into town at daik and tied their
h' r.-i.i on ih- street mar the dpot.
They avoidej ev rloUy, and a ted in
sui h a mysterious way that they were
suspected and a man sent down the
read to fag the tnH. He was shot by
the rcl.beis just a few minutes before
the train arrived. As soon as the en
gineer slowed down the men, under
heavy masks, entered the express car
and demanded the money. The mes
senger drew a gu:i. but was gagged ar.d
disarmed, after which the men went
through thv safe. After getting what
money they could the robbers rode off
across the prairie at a full gallop, firing
back toward the town. The sheriff
and a posse followed from here.
BOY DID THE RIGHT THING.
Sndilen Death Is (ioml for Dastards Who
Attack Women. .
man S. Gocdin. son of Dr. G. Goodin,
of Indianapolis, chief surgeon xf the
"Clover Leaf" railroad, was shot and
instantly killed at noon Saturday by
James Wharton, aged 16, whil attempt
ing to enter Jessie Murdock's house.
The Murdock woman was formerly
Mrs. Ashton Wharton, and James
Wharton is her son. For some time past
she has been having trouble with Good
in. who was infatuated with her, and
Friday night he made an attack upon
Saturday he went to the house and
said he or she must die. Her son told
him to go away, and Goodin made a
demonstration, procured a revolver and
fired cue shot, which went through
Goodin's body, penetrating the lungs.
The boy was arm-ted. His mother
came from Itiohmond. Va.. and is of
Rood family. Goodin was a painter.
Score on the Diamond.
base bail Saturday were as fo'.lows: At
Baltimore Chicago 2, Baltimore 8; at
Philadelphia Cincinnati 2, Philadelphia
o; at iirooKiyn louis ., ltrooklyn
3; at New York Louisville n, New
York 14; at Washington Cleveland 7,
Washington 4; at Boston Pittsburg 5,
Western League: At Milwaukee
Minneapolis 1, Milwaukee 10; at Detroit
St. Paul 0, Detroit 3: at C'iumbus
St. Joseph '7, Columbus 16; at Indianap
olis Kansas City 6. Indianapolis 7.
(Sunday) At Columbus St. Joseph 2,
Columbus 3; at Indianapolis Kansas
City 0. Indianr.pclis 1; at Milwaukee
Minneapolis 8. Milwaukee 11: (second
game) Minneapolis 2. Mi'waukee 13.
Linton Deals Jimmy Michael.
New Terk. July IS. The twenty-mile
paced race between Tom Linton and
Jimmy Michael Saturday was wen by
Linton in 35 minutes IS 1-5 seconds,
breaking the world's record by seven
seconds. Like the other race in which
he got beat Jimmy had an accident, his
tire giving out in this casv. He did not
contest the race af;er that, and Linton
simply rode against time.
Train Kills a Man anil His Wife.
St. Louis, July 1. A train on the
Peoria & Northern division of the Wa
bash ran into a bugy crossing the track
at Brooklyn. 111., four miles from East
St. Louis Saturday night, and killed
Ted Rawley and wife, both of Brooklyn.
Bawley was a Clover Leaf switchman,
and he and his wife had been spend
ing the day fishing.
Arrrstetl the Sunday Dal! Players.
Indianapolis. July IS. Nut withstand
ing the decision of Judge McCray al
lowing Sunday base bail the members of
the Indianapolis and Kansas City
teams were arrested after the game
yesterday. The authorities say the la
will be tested further.
Scrofula, hip ilisease. wiltiheuin.
dyspepsia and other diseases due to
impure hlnod are cured by Hood's
Bauttbe I !"" toys Bought
FUG IS THERE.
Raised Over Santiago de Cuba in
Place of Spain's Ensign at
G1EETED BY THE EOAE OF CANNOIT,
The Strains of the "Star Spangled
Bann.-" and the Cheers of the
Boys in Blue.
bui-render of the City Completed anil Gen
McKIbbin Appointed Military Gover
nor Ceremony of Taking Possession
Described Shaffer's Diputch Annonne
lnj tbe Event The News Received at
Washington -running the Attack on
Porto ltlco Yellow Fever Situation
Peace Kuiuor from Mailriib
Playa del Este. Cuba, July IS. Wat
son's squadron is preparing to ro to
Spain, and several vessels are prepar
ing for the expedition to Porto Iiico.
Madrid, July IS. A member of the
cabinet in an interview yesterday as
serted that the government was seek
In? an honorable cace with the United
Washington, July 17. The war de
partment has posted the following tele-
UAJOTt OKEBAL EROOEB.
piam to the adjutant peneral, dated
Santiago d Cuba. July 17.
"I have the h'nor to announce that
the Amerloe.n flag has been this instant
12 o'clock noon hoisted over the
house of the civil government in the
city of Santiago. An Immense con
course of people present. A squadron
of cavalry and a regiment of infantry
prowrrn nrms eq,d band playing na
tional air, Kiglii battery iired salute
twenty-one cuns. Perfect order is
being maintained by municipal govern
ment. Dii-'trtss is very great, but little
blckncs-s in town. Scarcely uny yellow
fever. A email gunboat and about 2C0
seamen left by Cervcra have surrend
ered to me. Obstructions are being re
moved from mouth of harbor. Upon
coming into the city I discovered a per
ftct entaglesment of defenses. Fighting
as the Spianards did the first day it
would have cost 5,000 lives to have
taken it. Battalions of Spanish troops
have been depositing arms since day
light in armory, over which I have
guard. .Oeneral Teral formally sur
rendered the place and ell stores at 9
a. m. Signed
W. M. SIIAI'TEn,
Signal Officer Semis I lie First News.
Washington, July 17. The first mes
sage conveying the f.ews of Santiago's
formal surrender was received at the
White Houe shortly before 11 a. m..
Just as the president was preparing to
go to church. About 5 o'clock in the
afternoon Central Khaftcr forwarded
a dispatch that told the story of the
day. The first mersage did not come
from Shafter, but from the signal
officer who has before shown that he
was alert for vital events. The first
message was brief, saying only that the
surrender had been accomplished; that
the Spanish troops marched out of the
trenches, one regiment at a time, stack
ing arms for delivery to the American
forces, and that the Spanish flag had
been hauled down. As this news did not
come in the usual form as a repeirt from
General Shafter the fact was not bul
Talked of the Attack on I'orto Kiro.
Late In the afternoem the official
dispatch given above came from Ge-n.
Shafter. It was very cnccuraKing from
a medical view in that it showed that
there was little Fickness and scarcely
any yellow fever in Santiago but a
great deal of suffering and distress.
The president after his return from
church had a conference with Sec
retaries A!gr and Long and Captain
Crowninshield. chief of the bureau
of navigation and a member of the
naval war board. It was statPd after
the meeting that plans Tiad been dis
cussed for an agere-ssive movement,
in which both army and navy will take
part. a?ainst T'orto Rico. It is expected
that Oeneral Miles will p. direct from
Santiain to Porto Hico ar.d that Gen
eral Stone and Colonel Michler, or his
staff, will leave from New Tork in a
day or two em the l:eoiute. to join the
general at Santiago.
Yellow Frier Mtuntioa lit tlie f ront.
The only disquieting information re
ceived during th.- dSy was as to the yel
low fever conditions at the front, and
this dispatch was modified in an en
couraging way 1 y General Shafter's
later news. It was a dispatrh from
Colonel Greenleaf. chief surgeon with
the army In Cuba, .saying that sixteen
new cases had arpeared. While this
was regarded with some apprehension
by layman the surgfen general's depart
ment considered the showing entirely
satisfactory. Colonel Ald-?n. acting
sureepjoeral during tlj abjser.ee of
General Sternberg, said a report or only
sixteen cases was an exceptionally good
showing, as the number mut be taken
relatively to the large nun-.l.fr of nun
at the front. With the surrender ac
complished there will bp better oppor
tunity to get the rncn on high ground
and keep them away fnm infer tion.
DESCRIPTION OF THE SI I'.KKMU I'
Old(,lor KuUril nilli Ceremony for the
Eirt Time ill Cnlia.
Santiago de Cuba. July IS. The
American flag is Homing in trium; h
over the governor's pilaee at Sintiugj
de Cuba. General M. Kibbin his b.-. n
appointed tempo: aryrt.ilitaiy gov. racr.
The ceremony of hoisting the Etrs and
stripes was worth all the b'.ood and
treasure it cost. A conciurs. f 10.00)
people witnesse 1 the spring am! th;:!i
log Etcne, that will lice forevr in tl
minds of ell the Americans pr. svnt. A
finer sta' setting lur a dramatic
episode it would Le dim. ult 1 1 imagine.
The palace, v. pittur sque old dveiliug
In the Moorish ."tyle of ar liitei lure,
faces the t.laja de la Kcina. the jrir
clpal public square. Oproslte rises ih
imposing Human Cathi UV t athedrul.
Across the plaza was drawn uo the
Ninth Infantry. h add by the Sixth
cavalry band. In the rtrict facing the
palace stood a picked trorm of the
?cond cavalry, w ith drawn sabres, un
der command of Captain I'.rett.
Massed cn the stone flagging be
tween the band and the I'm- of horse
men were the brigade commanders of
General Shaffer's division with their
staffs. On the r -d-tiled nn.f of tbe
palaoe stood Captain McKitlritk. Lieu
tenant Miley and Lieutenant Wh cVr.
Immediate;,- aUive them up n th ll.i!;
Ftaff the ill'Jinimited Spanish arms and
the legend "Viva Alfonso XIII." All
about, crowding to wind ws and doors
and lining the ro.ifs. were the people, of
the town, prim-it ul!y wi men and non
combatants. As the chimi n of the old
cathedral rang out the h.iur of twelve
the infantry and cavalry presented
arms. Every Ameriian unc. v-rvd; an 1
Cat tain McKittrick hoisted the stars
As the I", illianf folds unfurled In a
Rentie breeze against a Heckl -ss sky
the cavalry band broke Into the strains
of the "Star Spangled llanncr." making
the American pulse leap and the Aim r
ican heart thrill with Joy. At the same
instant the sound of the distant boom
ing of Captain ('apron's batt-ry firing
a salute of twenty-oil-' guns drifted in.
When the miaic ceased frtun nU di
rections around our line came floating
across the plaza the strains of the
regimental bandsanri themiiiriel. hoars
cheers of our troop?. The infantry
came to i.rdi?r arms a motivnt later,
end the band plnyi-d ' lia'ly Hound the
flag. Hoys." Instantiy General McKIb
bin called for three cheers for fit neral
Shafter, v hiih rs-re given with gr at
enthusiasm, tlie hand lnin' S 'U.-.i's
' The Stars and Stripes Forever." This
rr.d-'J the ceremony.
Alt'fH I. US OF TIIK AI'ITI I.ATION.
Nine Artlcbs In the Agreement t inier
Which Toral Snrrenilereil.
The articles i f Hcrcnm nt fur capitu
lalinn rec.-iveil the sanction of the Mad
rid gov, riiinent Saturday. The sgree
Hitnt consists of nine articles. The Hist
declares that nil hostilities thall cease
pending the agreement of final capitula
tion. Second Th.-u the saDltuip.tlon in
rHERE is no doubt that every Clothing House has the
cheapest goods. Cheap clothing usually Is the poorest
bargain you can make. The kind wc sell is the first'dass kind;
the best made at a cheap price. Sec our line of mcns tine all
wool best tailored suits for
50c values in Straw Hats, while OCp
they last, only fcUU
Children's wash Sailor Suits, choice
of any in the house worth CQn
up to $i, only OuU
The "Hobson" Suits for BoysThis Is a Suit made for the
hardest kind or usage and adds a very attractive appear
ance, made of Blue Denim, hill stand almost anything ex
cept a grind stone, made prettily and carefully with white
tape trimming. The coat is cut like a naval officers mess
Jacket, or undress uniform coat, with standing collar, but
toned to neck, brass buttons, long trousers. Price, Includ
ing cap to match, $1.
THE LONDON - BIG BLUE FRONT
cludes all the Spanish f.fi-ces an3 thp
surrender of all war material w ithin the
Third The transportation of the
troors to Spain at the earliest possible
moment, each force to be embarked at
the nearest port.
Fourth That the Spanish officers
shall retain their side arms and the en
listed men their personal property.
Fifth That after the final capitula
tion the Spanish forces shall assist In
the removal of all obstructions to navi
gation in Santiago harbor.
Sixth That after the final capitula
tion the commanding officers shall furn
ish a complete inventory of all arms and
munitions of war and a roster of all
the soldiers In the district.
Seventh That the Spanish general
shall be permitted to take the military
arthives and records with him.
Kighth That all guerrillas and Span
ish irregulars shall be permitted to re
main in Cuba If they so elect, giving
a parole that they will not again take
up arms against the United States
unless released from parole.
Nlnth-That the Spanish forces shall
be pcrmitu-d to march out with all the
honors of war. depositing their arms to
be disposed of by the Vnlted States in
the future, the American commissioners
to recommend to their government that
the arms of the soldiers be re-turned to
these ' who so bravely defended them."
I'inal Report on C'asnaltii-s.
General Shafter's Headqu.n tors. July
IS. via Kingston, Jamaica, July lt.
Thefinalre-portof casultless in the army
sincv'lt landed In Cuba three we ks ag
has been forwarded tu Washington. It
shows an aggregate of 1,914 ofll rs and
men kilied. wounded and missing. Til"
killed number of whom 21 were
officers: wounded. l.r.RI. of whom 9
weie oflkcrs: missing, f t, of whom non
were olHct rs. Of the wounded only 6$
TROUBLE EXriCTED AT FAN A.
Sline Opriators I'rrpaml to Mart milk
Non-t nion Miners.
r.ini. Ills.. July 18. The state board
of arbitration completed taking evi
dence In the miners lockout Saturday
night. ThooperaUirsrcfusing toglveevl
dence before the board, the evidence of
thi miners and business men i.nly was
taken, and in consequence It is proba
ble that the operators will not abide by
the board's decision. A large number
of deputies and extra txjlice were sworn
In Saturday night, who will endeavor
to prevent union miners intercepting
non-union ir.Intrs who attempt to enter
the Prnwell mine.
The union miners are large In num
bers and will be reinforced by miners
from the Sptingfielddistrictand fay they
propose keeping non-union miners from
entering the niin. no matter what th
cost tuny be. The citizens are conli
dent that th-.-re wi!l be bloodshed.
Eighty-Two Miles In Sllty-I lre Minnies.
Springfield, 111. July IS The Con
tinental limited on the Wabash
railroad arrived at I'tecatur an hour
late At Iiinatur famous engine No.
601. John llrandt. engineer, was at
tached, and he arrived at Ike Dan
ville station. clAity-two miles dis
tant. In sixty-five minutes after leav
ing I.Vcalnr. making a stop at Tolona
and slowdown near Fairmount. where
new track Is being laid, and at tb 11
ton yard office.
the kind you arc looking for.
house worth 50c, only -
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truly great bargains
than are produced any
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Prices Made to
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New fad Fur Crush Hats, in white,
pearl, tan, Hack, blue' and brown, M
for men, all sizes PI