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THE AKGTTS, SATURDAY, APJtrL 20, 1899.
Direction of S1CVK F. Mlixaa
one nk;iit ONLY.
Sunday Evening, April 30.
JOSSEY & MAKVIX S
IJi Scenic Production
The Signal of Liberty
And a Strong Acting Company of
2 Sets of Scenery i. I-arfe and Small.
THE GRANDEST NAVAL DRAMA
fmfm Fit'hlinr I'.ilpb.
J I The Ann-rii-an Harlnesin Action.
'I he Klei'cut weniTjr.
I V. 2Tc. :-"e md .Ve. Scai on sale at Ilieuer's
jewelry store I'uuiie s,
Steve F. Mii,i.:b,
Sole Lessee and Manager.
Monday Evening, May 1.
in this city of
IN THE KNOBS
it work, the
ifi the moonlight,
the Swede irirl
ind Hie Irishman
Strong companv. beautiful scenery, grand
crreots. much oelter than his famous ' Human
Hearts." - Cincinnati Kmiuirer.
Special Low Prices 2."-, :." and ?0c.
Sale of scats at Iileuer's jewelry store.
I 'hone 4
Under The Direction Of Chambfjilin Kindt JtCtt
Sunday Evening, April, 30.
Grand Scenic Spectacular and Me
. . chamcal l'rolucnon of the itntuor-
FA U S T
IILT5ERT LA15ADIE as - MEPIIISTO
MAUY VOX TROMP LAKAD1K as
Supported by a Carefully Selected
Company ol Dramatic Artists.
The Garden Scene,
The Cathedral Scene,
The Great Hrocken S;ene.
The Prison Scene,
Ibices 25c, 50c and 75c. Sale of seats at
DURTIS OPERA HOUSE,
Cnder the direction of
Chauukki.in. Ki.viri & Co.
Saturday Evening. April 29.
Engagement of the Dis
Snpported hy a Carefully Selected
Ulrertion of W. M. Wilkinson
In the famous
A LADY OF QUALITY
Prices, H.OH. TV;, 5oo and i5c Seat sale at
DURTIS OPERA HOUSE,
Direction of Chamberlain. Kindt & Co.
Tuesday Evening, May 2.
WHS ,1AM ES
I RtDKKK K W.1KDE :
Management of Wai'cnhals and Kemper
in Sheridan's brdiiaat comedy.
The School for Scandal
A company of
Prices 25c, 5uc, 75c, $1, 1.50.
Seat sale at Fluke's
FIRE-BUGS! $200 REWARD.
The premium payers of the state are main
taining: a fund by popular subscription trom
whica Is offered a
Reward of 3200
By the undersigned asaoelatioa for the arrest
and eoovteuon of any Incendiary In any of the
FROPE8TY OWNERS ITJtK ASSOCIATION
t Book Ialaa. BL
Diseases are manifested by
Loss of Appetite,
Dr. J. H. HcLEAN'S
Is the remedy you need, of equal
service in mild or chronic cases
SI.OO PER BOTTLK.
IT OK i.lLE BIT
M. F. Bahnscn and T. 1L Thomas.
F.state of Henr-: KirJorf. deceased.
The undersigned, having heen appointed
administratrix ol taeesta'e or Henry l.inlor!.
late of the county of lloek island, -state of Illi
nois, deceased, hereby Kives notice that she
will appear Before the county court of Rock
Island county, at the county court room, in the
eity of ICock Island, at the July term, on the
first Monday in July next, at which time
all persons having claims against said estate
are iiotitier) ann requested to attend, lor the
purpose of hair:L' me sanie adjusted.
Ali persons indented to said estate are re-
icesteu to mue luimeuiate payment to the
Dated th's I'.'tli day of Ap!, A. D. tsm
Anna Kikikikk. Administratrix.
Notice of Piiblic.itlon In Chancery.
R..ck Island Couuty. t
In the circuit, court of said county. To the
May term. !.. Iu chancery
Mary Scudderi vs John Scailden.
Afttditvil of the rion-iesidenee of the- above
named defendant. John Scadden. having oeen
iled in the circuit court of said county, notice
is thereiore Hereby ;r.veri to the sa.d lion
resident defendant that the complainant tiled
her hill of complain, in said court, on the
chancery side thereof, i the 31st day of
March. A. I). I'.-.', and I hat the-eupon a sum
mons issued out of said eouit. wherein said
suit is now perdjii-'.. returnable oa the tirst
.tionuav in me li.outn 01 -,my next, as Is ny
aw rvtiuircd. o'.v, uiuess you. trie Saul non
resident defendant above named shall tier
snnailv be and appear before said circuit court.
n li e lirst ciiiy or tne next term thereof.
to be holoen at KocU Island in nnd lor
'he said county, tin the tirst, Monday iu
May next, and plead, answer or demur
to the said complainant's bill of complaint.
the same and the matters and thinv-s therein
charj'efl and stated vi'l be t-iken as confessed.
nd a decree entered against you according to
ihe prayer ol sain mil.
(MiiK.E w. li.tvui.K. Clerk.
Kock Island. Illinois. March 31. A. U. 1:U.
C K. CKAMKit. Coniilainant'.s Solicitor.
Notice of 1'ubllcHtioa Clinncery.
State of Illinois, i
Rock Island County, i
In the circuit court. May term, A. D. lsW.
Kock I-lnd Mutual ISnild n' I n and Savinirs
Association vs. U ll i.im Iv Stevens. Ixittie
H Stevens. Jnnifs W. Atkinson, Thomas
iyncss and imam it. sievtMis.
A ttidavit of noi-reidence of the defendant.
William 1. Stevens, impleaded with the above
defendants. Uliam K. Stevens. loiiielI stev
ens. Jam1s V. Atkinson and Thomas Kvness.
havinu been bled in the clerk's oliice of t he cir
cuit court of said county, notice is therefore
hereby Kiven to the said non resilient defend
ant that the complainant tiled lis bill of com
Waiut in said court, on the cliiiii'-rry side there
of, on the tweiuy-nintii day of March. !;. and
that thereupon a summons Issued out of said
court, wherein said suit is now pending, re
turnable on the tirst Monday in the month of
May next, as Is nv law required. ,ow.
unless you. the said' non-resiilent defendant
above named, William 1. Stevens, shall
personally be and appear before said
circuit court, on the tirst clay of the
next term thereof. to be bolden at Koek Island
in and for the said county. on the tirst Monday
la May next, ad piead. answer or de
mur to said comulainant s hi!! of complaint.
the same and the matters and things therein
cbrvifed and stated ill be taken as confessed,
and a decree entered acainst you according
to the prayer oi saui mu.
C.kohiik W. Cambi, Clerk.
Eock Island. Illinois. March -f . A. !Vi.
K. II. UCTBit. Complainant s S citor
Best Dining Car Service.
Dr. William-' Indian Ptt
Ointment'-. Xre Liiiod
Ultitlini ami Itching
Piles. It absorbs the tumors.
ail ii-n t).m iii-hirf n, (inr art
f U Bias a poultice, pivts instant re- I
1 B lief. Dr. Williams' Indian Pil Oint
I I Dent is prepared for PHcsand Itch-
Lj Ini- at the private parts. Every box is
warranted. Hv dru.'Frists. ty ma'l on e
Beiit of r.r:-e. .'rH cents and SI.OO. UIILI
MalUFaCTiiRiHS CO.. Props.. Clevelaud. OZZi.
Sold bv M V. Banbsen dnurctsts
John Volk & Co.,
Builders : : :
ALSO MAXL rACTt OF
Sash. Doors, Blinds and Mouldings;
Veneered and Hard Wood Floor
ing ot All Kinds.
Single and Double Strenslb. Window
Glass. Polished Plate. Beveled
Plate and Art Glass.
tJto-aEteenU, Rpck Sanc.
RUIN AND DESOLATION
Sit in the Debris of Kirksviile and
Newtown, Mo., Where the
LIST OF KNOWN LOST IS PITTY-ONE,
Thirty-Nine at Kirksviile and Twelve ml
Nfiitown, with Seventy and Thirty
Wounded, Kespectively Two Kirk.vill
Injured 'Will Die, and Some Are Missing
Patb of the Terror Swept Clean Some
Remarkable Escapes, and Freaks of the
Kirksviile, Mo.. April 29. As a result
of the tornado that Fwcpt through the
eastern portion of this city Thursday
evening, demolifhiriir half of the re?l
dences and other building. 2C0 famille
are homeless and more than thirty tiead
todies and seventy Injured persons
Jiave leen recovered from the ruins,
Mtire than a dozen of the injured will
die. Although rescuers have been
searching the ruins ever since the storm
spent its fury many are still missing,
and it is thought that a considerable
number of the unfortunates were con
sumed in the flames that broke out soon
after the storm had ceased. The work
e( rescue continues, but it may be days
before the total number of victims is
List of Dead and Fatally Hurt.
The revised list of deaths numbers
thirty-seven, as follows: J. K. Anderson
Mrs. Amanda IJillington. rr. Billings
Mrs. A. J. Bowman: Drew Bowman, her
son; He v. Theodore Brigham, James
Cunningham, Mrs. Klliott. Mrs. V. W
Green, of Centralia. Mo.: A. J. Glaze.
retired capitalist; Mrs. A. J. Glaze, Mrs
C. A. Gibbi. Mrs. lleaman: William U.
Howelis. of New York city, student
American School of Osteopathy; John
.Larkins, Henry Lowes' three children
Mrs. Calvin Little. Mrs. John Mahaffey;
"Grandmother" Miller. TZ years old:
Mrs. Mitchell, Harry Mitchell, Franklin
McClay, Mrs. Franklin Mct'ay, Mirs
MrC'Iay, Miss Cora Miller, Mrs. Ana
Miller. Mrs. Blue Panchett and baby.
Mrs. Mary Borabaugh. Mrs. K. H. K
Sherburn, wife of student at American
School of Osteopathy; John C. Weaver
Misr, Lcona Whaley. Mrs. Woods. agd
mother of Mrs. Billington; Joseph
Woods. Mrs. Joseph Woods.
Among the fatally hurt are these
Cal. Little's niece and Miss Moss, and
the missins are Mrs. Klliott and Mrs.
Cost the Town $200,000 iu Money.
The tornado struck the city when
most of the residents were at sui-
per. cutting a clean path one mile long
and 600 feet wide through the residence
section, and leaving death and destruc
tion in its wake. Buildings were de
niolished or twisted apart and scattered
to the four winds. A conservative es
timate places he aggreijato amount of
damage at ?.0O.COO, the imHvidual losses
ranging from JltiO to JS.CGO.
SOMK OF TUK MOUJl'S FREAKS,
Family's Keinarkable Kscape Woman
Decapitated as with a Knife.
The wind played many pranks and
there were miraculous escapes. J. T.
Oor.field and his family were etingsup-
per when the tornado struck their home.
The house was picked up and carried
across a slough and dumped up against
a hill. The building was not completely
wrecked and the family escaped with
out anything worse than a severe shak
ing up. An aged man and his wife had
evidently been eating their evening meal
when the cyclone struck and carried
their home away. They had clasped each
other in their arms and were found dead
on the ground some distance away from
where their home had been. Xo trace
of -their house has been seen.
Mrs. Panschott suffered a most terri
ble death. Her headless body with its
arms clasping her lifeless baby was dis
covered on the lloor of the house which
was left as a raised platform in an open
field. The head was as nicely severed
as if it had been done with a knife and
was atiout twenty feet distant. Twochil
dren had heen lying on a cot in one of
the destroyed homes." The house was
carried away, the wind lifting the house
from the sills and carrying it a long
distance. The cot on which the little
ones lay was lifted up with them on it
and carried fully a block and a half
and set dow n on the ground. Neither of
the children was huit.
The body of a man was found in a
well from which the platform had been
blown away. The body has not been
identified. A great many articles of
warinj? apparel, papers and pieces of
Jewelry bearing the names of Kirksviile
persons were found strew n over the
eastern prrt of Schuyler county. They
were Itlown from Kirksviile, twenty
five miles, by th? tornado. Among
other tliing-s was a $100 note.
One of the strangett occurrences was
the finding of a crooning baby out in a
field far from any house. The child was
scarcely scratched. Xo one has called
fcr the baby and it has not been identi
fied. Among the horrors of the storm
was the finding of the corpse of a 16-year-oli
girl, with a 2x4 scantling
driven through her body. The body of
a little child was found, with the limb
of a tree sticking through Its neck.
NEWTOWN SITS IN DESOLATION.
Koll la Fifteen, Thirty Injured,
Fifty Families Iloiueless.
Chillicothe, Mo.. April 29 Scenes of
utter distress and desolation were
pictured yesterday In the little tornado-
swept town of Xewtown, forty miles
north, on the St. Paul railway. A day
of ceaseless search among the ruins and
work for the injured and suffering fol
lowed a night of gloom and despair.
Fifty families are homeless, there are
about fifteen dead, and over thirty In
jured, w hile half of the place is in ruins.
A complete lis-t of casualties will not be
known for several days. The known
dead are S. Desper, wife and three
children: La ban Evans and two daugh
ters: Willi&m Hays, wife and two chil
dren. Injured Three children of William
Hays. Klls Evans: A. J. Jones, wife and
two children: Mrs. Mary Gregory and
daughter. Mrs. Pierce and sister, Mrs.
Flags'. Mrs. Wilson., Itrs, Timsey; Dave
Stanford, wife'aiidVbree children-. Mr.
M'Quiston and wife, Mose Guyoian and
wife, Mrs. Johns.
The storm struck Xewtown at 6:15 In
the evening, coming from the south
west. It came without warning, and
few were able to take advantage of
their storm cellars. Striking the east
ern end cf town it cut u. cleaa swath
100 to 00 feet wide through the best
portion of the place, sweeping every
thing before it. Over thirty houses
were torn to splinters.. On one street
alone a row rf ten Iiousjs was entirely
demolished. Here scarcely any one es
caped death or injury. The walls of
buildings fell with a crash that sound-
Ed above the- roar cf the storm, bury
ing people in. the ruins. Frame build
ings were twisted and lifted from their
foundations- others were utterly de
molished, pieces of them being carried
for miles. Others shifted in their posi
tions, apparently unhurt: one was
turned squarely around while another
was turned upside down.
Samuel Desper, at the appearance of
the black cloud, started with his family
for a neighburlns cellar, but his hou o
waf blo.vn down over them just as he
reached the front doors. His two
daughters were caught with him by the
timbers ar.d killed instantly. His w:fo
is seriously injured, though still alive.
Mrs. William Hays was killed whiK
running up the street in search of
shelter. The mutilated trunk with the
head missing was found in the street
later. Mr?. Havs husband and two
children met death within a few feet
of each other.
Illinois SHiluiers In Cain p.
Chicago, Arril 29. The Union railway
officials here announced last evening
that the Second Illinois regiment, en
route home after muster-out. would
camp at Cedar Lake, Ind.. during the
night and reach Chicago at 10 a. m. to
day where a tremendous welcome had
been prepared for them.
Spring Weather lu South Dakota.
Deadwood, S. D., April 29. A howling
blizzard has been raging all through the
Black Hills for the past twelve hours.
Six inches of snow has fallen here and
reports from farther north state that
the fall is heavier than in this immedi
ate vicinity. All farm work is sus
A Backward Hoy. "
President cf the Company I guess
you d better thschiirjco that boy.
Manager Why? lie seems to be a
nice, quiet kind of a boy, nnd I haven't
noticed that he has neglected his work.
President Thnt's all very true, but
I don't think he has the making of a
financial genins in him. He's been
around here fer more than three weeks
now and hasn't given either you or me
to understand that he knows more
about the business than we do. New
Vork World. '
Some of the machines for making
matches which are uaed in these days
make 200 revolutions in a minute and
turn out abont 2,500,000 matches daily.
or about 900,000,000 annually.
The vine attains a great age, contin
uing fruitful for at least 400 years. It
is supposed to bo equal to the oak as re
Chicago Grain and Produce.
Chicago, April 25.
Following were the quotations on the
Board of Trade today:
heat Open. High. Low. Close.
May $ .T0"s .'IV. $ .70)4 $ .71
July 717 .73 .71'g .72?;
September ... .i0; .i2 .7u; ..:
iiy ......... nu ,.jo 4
July 2-14 .84 .24 .84
September ... .25 .ZXi1 .25 .3i
May 2GHk .26'A .26'i .2C
July 24 .24 .22 .2:
September ... .21 ;a -226 .21 ; .2:
May 8.90 8.97V4 8.90 8.924
July 9.10 9.15 9.10 9.10
ssepiemuer ... .ou s.oti n-ioa
May R.12Vi 5.1714 5.12-4. 5.15
July 5.27V. 5.20 5.27'i 5.80
September ... u.42'.a 5.42
May 4.C3 4.70 4.6." 4.6.7
July 4.K21& 4.85 4.82 42
September ... 4.9o 4.9a
Produce: Butter Kxtra creamer
ies. lCc per lb; extra dairies. 14c;
fresh packing stock, ,1111V2C Eggs
Fresh stock. 1214 per dozen. Live
Poultrv Turkeys, 10c per lb: chickens,
9c: ducks. SifriOc geese. J4.O0ffi5.CO per
dozen. Potatoes Common to choice,
45i ojc per bu. Sweet Potatoes II-
inois. J2.50'!:2.8o per bbl. Apples com
mon to fancy, $2.50ift5.00 per bbl.
Chicago I-.ive stock.
Chicago. April 28.
Hoes Estimated receipts for the day.
22.000; sales ranged at $3.3)ii 3. SO for
pigs. t3.70Si3.95 for light. $3.60(8 8.73 for
roueh naekinsr. liuwsi1,: ior mixta.
n.o.1 S2.KO01 4.0')' for heavy packing and
shipping lots. Cattle Estimated re
ceipts for the day, 2.C00; quotations
ranged at iri.",'"tj.7o for choice to extra
steers. S1.75St i.2a good to cnoice uo..
st.25ffi4.70 fair to good. $4.C0&4.30 com
mon to. medium co.. J3.90a4.15 butchers'
steers. J4.23(?t 5.3.i fed western steers.
I2.70fi4.Su feeding steers. S2.1054.15
cows, J.I.OOfft 4.S5 heifers. J2.70S4.15 bulls
and oxen. J2..o8i4..tO stags. S-S..U(0 4.n
Texas steers, and J4.C0ft6.25 veal calves.
Sheen and Lambs Estimated receipts
for the day. 8,000: quotations ranged at
I3.l-0fjo.10 westerns, i.to'ao.iv natives.
and J1.7C5.1- lambs.-
Milwaukee. April 28.
Wheat Dull: Xo. 1 northern, 72fJ
fVic: Xo. 2 northern. 72c. Oats Low
er: iliJtJOMrc. ye Lower; Xo. 1, 5Sc.
Barley Lower; Xo. 2, 45c: sample. 41
I xx-ml Markets.
Spring Lamb 2-50Ci3'i per bead.
Sneep - l&4'4c.
Oats Sins'-' c.
Har Timothy, til; wild. tT.Wdii.
S t ra w 4. 5or. uiA,
Pot atoes Sac.
Butter Fair to Choice. iSe: fresh creamery.
Chickens he per pound.
Ducks Tc per pound.
Turkeys Live. 10c perpound
Coal Soft, l'c
Cattle Butchers pay for eorn-fed steers.
V4ee-ie: cows and Heifers. 3vic(r.4c: calves.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
The Kind Yon Hare Alwajs Bought
is a disease of the blood. Local applications may furnish
temporary relief, but to CURE the disease it is necessary to
treat it through the blood.
is a disease of the nerves. The one successful method of
treatment is by a remedy that will restore nutrition to the
nerves. Such a remedy is
Pink Pills for Pale People
These pills are a specific in cases of Rheumatism, Locomotor
Ataxia, Paralysis, and other diseases vof the blood and nerves,
because they supply the necessary elements to build up the
blood and strengthen the nerves. It is in this way that the
pills effect so many cures in diseases of apparently widely
Frank Long, who lives nenr Lcnnon, Mirh.,
says: "On starting to get up from the dinner
table, I was taken witli a pain in my back.
The pain increased nnd I was obliged to take to
my bed. Tlie physician pronounced my case
muscular rlietiinatisin accompanied by lumbago.
" Sly disease gradually became worse until I
thought that deatlt would be welcome release
from my stifle-rings.
" I was finally induced io try Dr. Williams'
Pink Pills for Pale People. I took the pills
according to directions and soon bejjun to notice
an improvement iu my condition. ISefore the
first box was used I could get nliotit the house,
bud titter using five boxes was cntirelj- cured.
"Since that time I have felt no return of the
rheumatic' pains. Am confident that Irt Wil
liams' Pink Pills saved my life nnd I try to in
duce my friends who are sick to try the same
remedy. I will gladly answer inquiries con
cerning my sickness ami wonderliil cure, pro
Tided stamp is enclosed for reply."
Sworn to before me at Venice, Midi., this
15th day of April, lH'.'S.
O. II. GoLbSMi ni, Justice of the Peace.
The blood and nerves rule the whole borly. Dr. Williams' Pink Pills
for Pale People are the best blood builder and nerve tonic. But be sure you
get the genuine. Substitutes never cured anybody All druggists sell
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People, or the remedy will be sent postpaid
on receipt of price, 50 cents a box, or six boxes for $2.50, by addressing
Dr. Williams Medicine Company, Schenectady, N. Y.
SIAERIAGE FOLLOWS DIV0ECE.
Sloane Kid of His AVif ; Who Is at Once
Married to Perry Helmont.
Xew Tork, April 29. Henry T. Sloane,
the -Well-known and wealthy society
man, was yesterday granted an abso
lute divorce from his wife, Jessie A.
KUS. IIEXKY T. SLOANE.
Sloane. The decree was baced upon the
rt-port of a referee, whose name was not
disclosed. The naive of the -co-respon
dent was also kept secret. The custody
of the Sloane children Jessie, Emily
and Eleanor was given to Sloane.
He was accorded the right to marry.
and the defendant in the suit, it was
sttted, s.oulJ not lawfully marry again
until after .the death of Sloane. "But,"
the decree continues, "the remarriage
of the said parties to this action is not
hereby prohibited." Mrs. Sloane is de
prived of the right to any part in
Xew Tork. April 29. Perry Belmont
and Mrs. Jessie A. Sloane, the divorc?d
wife of Henry T. Sloane, were married
at 8:30 o'clnrtc last r.ight at Greenwich,
Corn., by Kev. Walter M. Barrows,
pastor of the Second Congregational
church of that city.
Reeklena Extrn vngance.
Senator Hoar is not a stingy man.
but he looks ont for the pennies. He
was ridicg on a street car one day, re
lates a 'Washington correspondent, and
bad just completed a transaction with
the conductor involving the payment of
a qnarter cf a dollar for six car tickets
4 1-0 cents a ticket when an ac
quaintance got on board and took the
seat next to him. The acquaintance.
banded the conductor a nickel and
turned to open up a conversation with
the Massachnt-etts senator. The senator
fidgeted in his seat a minute and then
broke in with the remark, "I ata glad
to see that yon are prosperous."
"Prosiicrous !" exclaimed the other
man. "Why, I am poor as a church
"Excuse me; I thought yea must be
rich. I am comfortably well off myself,
but I have never felt that I coold afford
to pay 5 cents for a ride in a street car
when I could get six rides for a quar
Edwin R. Tripp, rostmnster of Mid. lb-fir';!
Centre, X. Y.. said: "In March. 1S!2, I was
iittackc-I by what I afterwards learned was loco
motor iitHxia. Two skilllul doctors did every
thing tin y could for mi". 1 steadily bccuiue
worse. Was tinable to dress myself.
"Later 1 could not move even about the
room, but was carried in my chair. I gave up
hi'pe. Tin- doctors tave me no eucouriii-emetit.
I did not expect to live very long. 1 wtw more
helpless than a luiby.
" In J line the tide turned.
" The turning joii:t was n newspaper article.
" It told liow it man. who suffered ns I had
suffered, had been cured by Pr. Williams' l'ink
Pills for Pale People.
"It gnve me tu.it li nnd hope. I look two
boxes of tlie pills; then four more boxes.
"My .'"'i "it sternly ; my return to health
was a source of daily gratification.
In nil 1 took eighteen boxes of tlie pills l.
fore I was entirely well. At tirst I paid Ti(l cents
a box, but uffcrwards I saved money by getting
six boxes at a time, paying $2..r0.
" I owe mv cure entirely to J)r. Williams
Pink Pills lor Pale People."
Subscribed niul sworn to before me.
lloMKK 1I.VSNA, Xutiini Public.
ABBEE VTATED TELEGRAMS.
Land in the city of London is worth
$10,000,000 an acre. ,
Robert Ooelet, of Xew York, died in
Xaples, Italy, aged 58 years.
Spain last year exported to the Unit
ed States) 3,000,000 pounds of raisins.
Mis. Oeorge, charged with murdering
Saxton at Canton, O., was acquitted by
the jury. "
"Ciie" Loftus has been granted an
absolute divorce from Justin Huntly
Fire at Pittsburg destroyed J200.0CO
worth of property on Market street and
President McKinley's full length por
trait has been nearly completed by
Charles A. Whipple.
Cyril Ke-ffer, an 8-year-old Kershc,
WiA, boy. rescued a companion, from
drowning in the lake.
General Booth, cf the Salvation Army,
intends to" establish an industrial farm
of 15,000 acres in western Australia.
Policemen who arrested two men at
Chicago had to use their clubs on a
mob which tried to free the prisoners.
Rev. Levi Jessup, aged 63, one of the
most prominent memlK-rs of the In
diana Friends, died Thursday at Lynn.
Chicago pressed brick manufacturers
have decided to advance the price on
all grades of their product t'-i per 1,000
It has Just been made known that
Gusta Xelson, a pupil of the high sc hool
at Eau Claire, Wis., was married last
October to James McMulien.
The latest development of the art of
advertisement has appeared in S widen.
The advertisers have captured the
back3 of the Swedish national bank
note. Plet-sis de Richelieu, who Is acting
admiral and commaniJer-in-chb-f of the
Siamese navy, was a common searr.an
In the French army, and deserted while
under sentence of death.
A Dead Man Itrought to l ife.
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