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VOIi. XliVIII 2ZO. 190.
ROCK ISL.AXD. ILIi.. THURSDAY. MAY 31. 1900.
PRICE THREE CENTS.
:rs Realize Their
mies Are Too
JQHANNESBURG IS GIVEN UP.
Commandant Asks Twenty
London, May 31. Iioberts, under
date of eriniston. May 30, tele-
"In answer to a llig; of
sent to Johannesburg this
the commandant came to
He begged mo. to defer cn-
tering the town for 21 hours, as there
were many armed burjjhcrs still in
side. I agreed to this, as I am most
anxious to avert the possibility of
anything like a disturbance inside
the town, ami as bodies of the enemy
are fetill holding hills in the immedi
ate neighborhood, from which they
will have to le cleatel ! forehand.
Kundle reporta he attacked a large
pirty of ISoers near Senckal the 2'ilh.
His casualties' were not heavy, lira
bint yeporH that on the 2th hi.
patrols, consisting of two ofiVcrs and
10 men. were cut c-fT bv the enemv
arid taken prisoners.'
1 oadon, May 31. A dispatch dated
ficranston, Mv 31, hits: 'Hamilton
is now at Florida, due west vf Johan
nesburg. French a few miles further
northeast, ("onion's cavalry and
inounieu iniantry ami Seventh di.is
ion are holding the heights of the
town. The Eleventh division is south
Krujfr ICrported Captored.
liOndou, May 31. The Kvming
News has received a dispatch from
I'ic toria to the effect that Johannes
burg was handed over to the ISriiisj
The Wcstmlaster (Jazette savs it is
rumored in a quarter likely to be well
informed that Kruer was captured by
the British six miles beyond Pretoria
Capetown, May 31. The Uritish
have occupied Heldelburg on the rail
road connecting .Johannesburg witi
the Transvaal frontier and the town
uf Volksrust on the Natal border nea
('ermiston. May 30. Johannes
burg is practically in lirilish posses
sion. The mines are uninjured
sx t. a
ine engines, a coat irain, aim a
great iiuantity of rolling ttock were
Ioiidon, May 31. A special from
(ermiston savs that several hundred
Itocrs sought refuge in a mine, when
the Uritish grenadiers cornered then;
and barred all escape.
llIlirlHIl AT PKITUKIA.
Only Two Hoar.' .March From thr llrrr
l'n:ial City at Noon Turxlay.
London. May 31. The following
from South Africa Is published here:
l'retoria. May Co. Uritish e-lliccr
lire now at Johauuohurg dictating;
term of surrender. The l'ritish ad
vance guard is half way lietwcon
Johannesburg ami 1 rdorta. It is re
Iorted that there Is a force ab
Hatherly. All the forces have
dismissed froLu the forts around
torla- Irpiitlent Kruger Is now at
Waterval liovu. At a public meetinj
called i his tnoruiug bvthe burgomas
ter of l'revria a cimiujlttev was ai
poiuted to keep public oixler."
TtrttUh Otrnpt Pretoria.
The lUily Mail xuldihos the follow-
ins di patch from the Karl of Kosslyn.
who was a prisoner at l'retoria, but
who, as a civilian, appears to have
been released :
"Pretoria, May 30, ll:-40 a. m. Pre
toria will le occujiied in about tiro
hours without resistance. Thejrrcshlent
lias gone to Waterval Doven. Ilurgomas
ter dcSonza is authorized toreceivethe
Uritish. He, with an Inlluential c-oni-Uiitte-
of citizens. Including Cliief Jus
tice OregorowskI, lias been apjioiutod
to preserve life and property during
the interregnum. Everything is quiet,
but cnm'iN are awaiting e-xp-otantly
in Church square for the arrival of the
"Fearing a possible disturbance and
bloodshed anions the prisoners of war
at W'aterval 1'nited States Consul Hay
ami Leigh Wood insisted upon twenty
f !hcers lwing litx-rated n parole to go
to the men. Their action cannot lie
too highly praised. I was permitted
to accompany the officers. Kvery
t ! iij ir was quiet.
War Office If a. no News.
Yc.-terday at imwii the ltritish were
onlv about two ho'irs march from
l'retoria. and the ltoer military forces
had abandoned the city. This intel
ligence comes from the Iteuter agent
at the Irausvaal capital and from the
Karl of ICosslyn. in a press dispatch
J lie two messages telt aioiit the same
time. At 2 o'clock this morning the
war otliie hail received no news from
Inrd Huberts which the officials would
I. Kike public, but it is assumed that
the press advices are correct. Most of
the Iiiidon morning papers, through
the courtesy of The laily Mail, print
I.orrl Kosslyn s dispatch and comment
upon it, treating the war as ended.
Some of the more can! ions critics
thinl; that guerilla warfare is likelv
to be carried on for some time in var
ious parts of the conquered territory.
JOtlANNFSHt liii St KKKNDEKKU.
All the Iloer Force. IHssolvlnjr I-ocatlon
of Wntrrtal Iluvrn.
A dispatch from Lourcnzo Marques,
dated vesterdav, says: "( 'oniinandaut
Kraus has surrendered Johannesburg
to I.ord Kobcrts. j'.y to-night s tram
from l'retoria arrived a ft-w Creeks
who say they were told to leave Pre
toria Tuesday. They ntliriu that the
train iu which they left was shelled
by the I'.titish. and that half of the
train was cut otT, tin remainder steam
ing away. This incident probably oc
curred at Klandsfontciu Junction.
Passengers from Pretoria assert that
the town is utterly demoralized. There
is a mad rush for the coast. 1'ive
train loads of fugitives are expected
1I the ltoer forces are dissolving.
I.are bodies of l'.oers must still be
somewhere in the field. W'aterval
ISoveu. or Waterfall Hoven. Is I'M
miles due east of Pretoria on the
Icla:roa P.ay railway. It should not be
confused with Waterval. ten miles
north of Pretoria, where the Ttiitish
prisoners are. Waterval P-ovcn is a
suial place iu a mountainous country.
The seat of the IJoer trovernmelit
what there is left of il will probably
lie Lvdeliburs, to the north.
The liOtireir.o Marques corresion-
delits thilius the border trouble le-
iwccn thcTrausvaal and Portugal may
conie toa head at any moment. Komati
bridge is -f irly lefeiided. Yester-
iav the I'ortnuese ant horn les wen
nr paring to resist a possible eirage-
iietit. A uiule battery was s'iit to the
frontier. The I.ourcii.o Marques" cor
respondent of The Times says: "It
would not In- surprisintr if a larire pro
portion of the rebel I lltll sought telll
porary refuse on Portuguese territory
.Mtliouua I lie authorities here are n-
tic.-nt. ihev are not bliinl to such ,
possibility." It is repotted that a sj
ci.-j I train from Pretoria, with f'litive.-
was di-r.iile.l on tlie Transvaal sid
f Komati Poort. a number of passen
gers beimr killed or injured.
l.y the release of the Urittsii pris
oners at Waterval a full briirade will
be j-.d-Icd t. the aruiv of IiOfd IiolM-rt
there were 177 oilicers ati.1 4.1J
privates anions iliein. K vents else
where in the lield of war s;eem to
dwindle in eomi-.-irisotj. fletieral Him
li r ro-eiicTercd the 'Irausvaal at Marl
iiovropan I ttesday. 1 he advam-e was
made ..if the railway. Water is scarce
and all the farms are deserted. Yes
t rday lieiieral Iluuttr reached ,evs
drop with ten ilavs' supplies. M.iHIki-
gop.in is half wav betwo-n Yryburg
and Mafeking. Ievsdron N from
tw-lve ti tiftcen miles east, ileneral
Hunter noM'ts with no resistan.-e.
Ueiier.il i;.iden-Piwi-ll is tnvadint
furt In r north without tpjHsit ion. Com
maiidant Suyiuan liaviug gone towar
Pretoria. In northern Natal T'trecht
has surrendered to tloneral Hildyard
and iieneral I.vttlefon is moving to
Vryheid. Thre d:rr-rent correspoti
dents estimate the nirmlM-r of P.ocrs at
Ii;iur"s nek at aluKt Io.ikki.
Two Australians who escapcl from
l'retoria on April 1. bav" .trnve1 at
Mafeking. Tliev complain bitterly of
the treatment at Pretoria.
Itallira.r to lht Coast 1'IoihmI.
lyniirciizn Marques, May Tho
pKds t rathe between here and the
Tiansvaal vn othcially losfl today.
the reason apparently tn ing the mili
tarv Movements in progress. A Trans
vaal It.x-r commando lias nrrivtl at
Koin.iti Peorf. All the Portuguese
troops have ttcen ordeiel to ! in
readiness to iinneeil to the frontier
and the Portuguese f!e't along the
coast has rei-eiv-d orders to conoeu
Two ltnjrs Kill-l ty I.ishtnlnic.
Springfield. Ills.. May 31. Ieorge
O-tcrhott. ;igel r. and Clyde Will
iams. ;i-el 1. were found dead under
an elm tree on the farm or tepbfU
Imnl.-tp. Iietwecn Spriugtiehl and Jack-
sonvilb-. They had Ix-en sent to re
plant corn, took refuge under the tree
to eso.ie the storm and apparently
while leaning against the tree were
struck by lightning and instantly
killed. Neither was badly burned or
House Adjourn Karly.
Waslmigtoii. May 31. The pro
gramme of the loaders of the bouse
ywtcrday cot! tern plated the launching
of the d. bute upon the antl trust reso-
lution and bill. Put there was a srrons
undercurrent in favor of ailjounimen
on account of Iecoration lay. result
ing' ia the withdrawal of the squ-oiai
order, the passage of l!"i pension bills,
arid then adjournment at 2:lu p. m.
JOHN CLARK RIDPATH BETTER.
erj Sick Man. lint Ilia Physicians Look
For Ills Kwotcry.
New York. May 31. There was a
rumor current last niht that John
Clarke llldpath. who for pome weeks
has been a patient In the Presbyterian
hospital, was dead
said that w iiil
1 lie is a very siek man
i': damrer of death, and
Uldpath is not
that !i:s tecovi'r
has been a sl:j;l:
is looked for. There
improvement in his
MEN ORDERED TO PEKING.
I'owrrs, 1 net inline the I'nitrd Stale
Semi Troop to tbina'n Capital.
Tien Tsin, May Jil. The Chinese
refuse to allow Uussian troops to pass
the Taku forts.
Loudon, May 31. A special dispatch
from Shanghai, dated yesterday, says:
"Yesterday the Chinese government is
Mied an edict prohibiting the P.oxcrs"
organization, under jM-tialty of death.
The ilict, which was signed by the
emperor, was co-iched in equivocal
terms and promulgated really more as
an excuse than iu couilemuatiou of the
Peking. May 31.- 'iho Chinese au
thorities attempted to throw obstacles
in the way of bringing the foreign
guards to Pckin. The ministers were
informed by the tsung-Ii-ya men that it
would be impossible to bring up the
guards until Iho tsiiiig-li-yamcu had
communicated with the viceroy of IV
Chi Li. As this was regarded as an
obvious subterfuge In the interest of
delay, the ministers rrplicd that if
proper facilities were not granted now
the fifteen foreign wandiip-i at Taku
would land a "sufficient ' for.i to come
til Pekin without the consent of the
Chinese government and they called
umiii the tsiing li-ya men to give a def
inite answer in a few lion:-;;.
THE NEWS IN BRIEF.
Senator Hanua denies the
that he has determined not to
chairman of the new national Lepuh-
1'ive cases of yellow fever have
broken out at Santa Clara, Cuba,
among men of the Second cavalry who
have married Cuban women and live
out of the barracks.
Colonel C. P. At more, general pas
senger agent of the Louisville and
Nashville railroad, died suddenly
Tuesday of apoplexy.
Tin- will of the late Nathaniel P.
Hill, former 1'iiitcd Slates senator
from Colorado, disposes of aliout $4.-
One thousand Nebraskans will
march in the parade arranged by the
local committee at Kansas City for the
Democratic national convention there
on July -i.
When the 1'nited States supreme
court adjourned Monday for the term
it left :' ' t cases on the ducket undis
Ahmed P.en Mussa. the late grand
vizier of Morocco, left a fortune of
l.iNNi.tMNi sterling, which was stored
in the fortress of the palace at
JOtlS CRIPPS WICKL1FFE BECKHAM.
Jojin Cripp WickliiTe Heck ham. who, by the recent decision of
the supreme court, is ;ovcrnor of Kentucky, without question, upon
the title to the oflice, is the youngest governor in the L'nited S ate.
Gor. Beck ham is a bachelor,
and during his administration his mother. Mrs. Julia WickliiTe Beck
bam, will preside over the execntive mansion. She will be perfectly
at home there, being the daughter of a former governor of Kentucky,
and a sister of a former governor of a neighboring t'ate. Her father,
Charles A WickliiTe. becme governor on tbe death of the regular
governor, and in this respect the grandson is following the record of
the rand sire. Mrs. Beckham Is a t ister of former (iov. Robert Wick
liffe. of Louisiana.
(iov. Beckham, dorirg the recert exciting political troubles,
proTed himself in "r t ve ard courageous, and his bold upon
the democracy is Uwu .aat i'. i hardly pre-bnb'e he could be defeated
ff-r renomination. even if he has opposition, which is doubtful. The
general sentiment among deroorats is that he itar.ds for all that Wil
liam fJoebil did. and is bis logical successor.
INJUNCTION IS ENDED
Air Line Allowed to Go Ahead and
Lower Its Grade at Phoe
IT. WAS NEEDED IN ITS BUSINESS.
That Is, tt.e Kaier irailc Tli New
Southern Illinois Note on Crop
, Propcts State Items.
Sprinclield. Ills., May 31. Jud?e A!-.
len, in the 1'nited States court yester-J
day, dissolved the injunction issued by I
Judjre Schafer, of the St. Clair circuit
court, enjoining lieceiver Jarvis, of
the Ixmisville, Kvansville and St.
Louis Consdidated Uailroad company -(air
line! from changing the location
of the roadbed and grade of the road
at Phoeiiixville hill, where the mine
of the St. Louis A: O'l'allou Coal com- '
pany, complainants, is located, the
cial company claiming that the change,
would destroy the switch at their!
mine and damage the mine so as to
Inqs-de operations. IJevciver Jarvis
showed that it was absolutely neees- :
sary to reduce the grade of the '
1'hoenixville hill thirty feet, costing
?L'5.mhi. iu order that the Air Line
; could reduce operating expenses and
compote with other roads, lie claimed
; that only part of the switch would be
ev Southern Illinois Itailuay,
The Associated Press has it from ex
cellent sources that when the new
Southern Illinois railroad, licensed to
incorporate last Thursday with a capi
tal stock of .LMN!ti,oo.i ami the princi
pal othce at Chicago, is organized
Charles II. Itoswoith, of this citv
formeilv receiver and general
tiger of Hie Chicago. Peoria and St.
Louis railroad, .in,! hue vice president
and general malinger of the Peoria and
Pekin I'nloii railroad, will be elected
president. The road runs from the cast
line of Marion county through the
I .iiiinic. .if f.irl.iii f Miittiin Pucpr .111.1
Washington from Salem to Chester
with branch from Sparta to Itost
lKirough. The road is the reorganiz;
tion of the Centra I ia and Chester, sol
recently at Sparta. Ills.
favokahm: run Tin: citors.
Gootl Conditions for Vegetable (srouth
I'rrvail for a Week.
Springfield. UN.. May 31. The cli
mate and crop bullet iu for the week
ended May 2S. of the 1'nited States do
partment of agriculture for Illinois
i says: "The past wc k has been favor
able for farm w-' mid excellent con-
unions for grow ill of vegetation have
I prevailed. The rain of the previous
week put the ground in good condition
with regard to moisture, and in some
places good rains have since fallen
Thronghiout most of the state, how
ever, the end of the week funis the soil
in need of more rain. Though crop
have not begun to suffer for lack of it
"The temporal tire throughout tin
week has averaged ;i1mivc normal, thus
I augmenting the favofableness of con
jditious for growth. In general the con
million of all crops at the end of tin
week, except wheat, is good. In tin
northern district the prospects for
wheat continue good, and in sonit
parts ot the southern district they
have improved, but the ravages of the
Hessian !v have continued in both the
central and southern districts, and the
condition has deteriorated during the
week. Much wheat is headed in the
central and southern districts."
-state tlonse Kmplnyrs i'ired.
nngtield. Ills., May 31. Consider
able consternation was created at the
state houso by Secretary of State Itoso
discharging nineteen clerks and Jani
tors. None of those discharged seemed
to know the reason for the wholeftale
cleaning out, and Secretary Itoso was
equally noncommital, only saying that
he services of so many were no long
Itishop Sialllng Kcturna Howe.
Peoria. Ills.. May 31. Itishop Spald
ing reached Peoria Tuesday evening
lie win te years old in Au
gust. He was elected to the lower
house of the leg-isliture in 1MI3,
when he was barely eligible,
and was a hading member at
that session. In iv.5 he.de
clinei reelection, but his suc
cessor died in the first week of
the session and Beckham wai
unanimously chosen to succeed
him. At the follow inj: session
be was aj;ain a member, was
elected speaker of the house
without opposition, and proved
a popular presiding otlicer, not
withstanding; some stormy
scenes that were enacted in the
bouse over partisan legislation,
notably the Gobel election, law,
which was passed at that session.
on ms return irom r.urope. tne nisnop
declared in an interview that he would
not leave Peoria to take the place of
any archbishop in America. He is
I much disappointed with the Paris ex
jxisition. lie declares Illinois the gar
den sjot of the earth.
Storm I'lays Havoc Near Feorio.
Peoria, Ills., May 31. A terrible
thunder and hail storm broke over this
section and considerable damage was
done by floods. The Yandalia road was
tied up owing to the damaging of two
j bridges near Farmdale and the track
could not be repaired until the water
went down. Trains were all abandoned
and the piling up of driftwood was
raising the water still higher. The
Lake Lrie and W estern trains were de
layed four or five hours by damages
to a bridge at Crandall.
Tiro Tonsli Uirls Arrest oil.
Kichview, Ills.. May 31. Two young
T.oinen. armed with revolvers, giving
their names as tlertie and Winnie
I'igg, broke into and looted the resi
dence of K. S. Noletuan. at Irvitigtm.
111., in broad daylight. The family
was absent. The two girls stole cloth
ing and in -money. Their home,
they say. is near Mount Vernon. Wheu
Policeman P. K. McXail. of this place,
put them under arrest they each had a
Two Striker Give Itontl.
Springfield. Ills.. May 31. John
Schetller. ringleader oi the IUg I "our
strikers at Litcht'n Id. and Albei t Al
len, another striker, charged with vio
lating Judge Allen's injunction restain
ing them with interfering with the
operation of the railroad, appeared in
the T'nited States circuit court and
gave bonds in the sum of $1 i;oO each.
They wer charged with rioting.
Illinois Woman's College Prospers.
Springfield. Ills.. May 31. At a
meeting of the bor.rd of trustees of
the Illinois Woman's college at Jack
sonville. Dr. J. It. Maimer was unani
mously elected to siicced himself as
president. A contract was awarded
for building a large addition. The
property was also purchased.
I increasing the area of the ground
- rendering them more attractive.
Two Killed in a Hike Hare.
Waltham. Mass., May 31. During
the tweiit v-uillo motor-paced race in
I the L. A. W". events here yesterday the
Stinsou motor tandem, ridden by Staf
ford and Myers, of Cambridge, ran
into a post. Myers was kilUnl and
Stafford died later.
Only Nineteen and Si 111 Crowing.
Browns burg. Ind., May 31. John
Lee, son of Martin Lee, who resides
near here, is now in his I'.lth year, and
is six feet seven inches tall and weighs
over -K pounds.
His Foot Torn to Shreds.
Mower. Mich., May 31. Melviu
son, years old. lost his right
In I. K. Krehle's lath mill: His
was draw:, nto the' 1 Kilting saw
torn to shreds.
Iroiight Itroken !y a Itnin.
Milbank. S. 1 .. May 31. All
prehensions about the crops are over.
A tine shower fell Monday afternoon
which will put the wheat crop In
Wales Wins the Derby Akx.1i.
London. May 31. At the second
dav's racing of the L'psom Summer
Your Ice where you Please.
l'Cl s. .
r''-t .'I I V?
Wc arc Headquarters for the Facility
Wc undersell them all.
YOU KNOW Ua.
meeting yesrernay tne nice ror tne rer
hy stakes of 0,000 sovereigns was won
by the Prince of Wales' Diamond
Jubilee, Simondale was second and
James K. Keene's Disguise II, was
FILIPINOS RUSH A TOWN.
Kill Fire of Our Soldier and Wound
Seven. Without Taiial 1hs.
Manila. May 31, " a. in. On Tues-
elay night the insurgents rushed San
Miguel do Mayunio, rrovineo of Bu
lacan, Luzon, garrisoned by three evm
pan'es ef the Thirty-fifth volunteer In
fantry. They swept through the sur
prised town, shooting right and left,
killing five Americans and wounding
Seven. Captain Cliarh's D. I'oliorts
and two privates are missing. No Fili
pino dead were discovered.
San Miguel de Mayunio is a few
miles from M nulla. While a band un
der the osiort of troops of the I'orty
sixth infa.itry was moving from Hang
to Silang. within twenty-live miles of
Manila, it was attacked by I.adrones,
three of the party lieing killed.
REAL CASE OF THE PLAGUE.
Chinaman Ilea of the llnbonie IVst la
San Francisco. May 31. Dr. Kel
logg. wnr I.ss neon investigating t lie
ornse of a Chinaman found in a
.-i;ttsrv oiKieriaKing osratiishnHnt irt
Chinatown, expressed an opinion that
the Chinaman mid died of the plague,
"I am atisfiHl it Is plague." he said,
"and I am confident thai :iiiim:l inocu
lation and the autopsy will cimtirm It.
Oue not conversant with the situation
in Chinatown cannot appreciate the
difliciiltics that confront the Inspec
tors, but tl.ey may be- imagined from
the fact that wc have only discovered
the cases after the victim is dead."
Calls It Class Legislation.
Stillwater, Minn.. May 31. Judge
W. C. W illiston. of ihe district court.
I holds the plumbers law to be invalid
M. M. Peaslee had a sub-contract un
der the Dwyer Plumbing company ef
'St. Paul, for steam lining at the conn
ty Jail. Pcash-e garnisheed funds in
the hands of Ihe general contractor.
The Dwyer company pleaded that
Peaslee was not a plumber licensed
tinder the state law. Judge Willistoti
orders findings for Poadee, and de
clares that the plumbers' license law Is
class legislation and against public
policy. Cripple Mysteriously Ilisnppears.
La Crot-se, Wis.. May 31. There Is
mystery concerning the lisappi-.-trancc
of Peter St. Mary, of Caledonia, Minn..
and suspicion is gaining ground that
be met with foul play. The sheriff,
district attorney and a posse are
searching with the expectation of find
ing his dead body. Neither of the par
ents will talk. The m;s-.ing man is US
years old. When a child both feet
were frozen ami he has since been a
cripple and incapacitated for work.
IIed or the Kirk or m Horse.
Dexter. Mich.. May 31. Henry
Sinims. of Webster, who Nvas kicked
by a horse last Thursday, is dead of
h:a injuries, lie was ;i years old.
At a rough estimate there are l.".()f0,
000 pairs of gloves imported into thin
i country each ye'ar.
Buy Your Summer Clothing of
We show the greatest line of Men's
They are by far the best values
evf r shown in the three
Judge Cantrill Orders Ken
BASED ON INDICTMENT.
Republican Refugee Charged
With Accessory to
Frankfort. May 31 Circuit Clerk
Ford received an order from Judo
Cantrill this morning directing; him
to issue a bench warrant for Iho ar
rest of former (iov. Taylor. The war
rant is based on the indictment charg
ingTavlor as an accessory in the
murder of (loeliel. The warrant was
issued and placed iu the hands of
Deputy Sherill Suter.
FIVE KILLED BY DYNAMITE.
Fearful Kxploslon In a Private House Iu
Chilton, Wis., May 81. A dyna
mite explosion at the houso of August
Hroehtu, near Forest Junction, today
killed live members of ihe family, in
cluding a brother-in-law of liiotdiin.
The house was completely wrecked.
St. Clair, Mich., May hi. Capt.
Arlie Morrison. Frank Campbell and
William Modlar were killed by lijrht
iiing" ti .day. The three men weiont
work in the cabin of a new boat.
Lightning; tdruek the mast, passing;
down into t lie cibin, killing thu men.
Noled Surgeon Dies.
Chicago, May 31. P.. Truman W.
Miller, one of the host known sur
geons in the west, died today tf blood
poisoning;. He served as surgx-oii iu
the ciril war.
it uli- on IM'Oiiiotlvo I'lrenii ii.
Milwaukee, Wis., May 31. Locomo
tive firemen, when promoted to (he
position of engineer, must drop their
member.--hip iu the I'.rotiici liootl of Lo
comotive Firemen if they want to be
come members of the I trot hcrhootl of
Locomotive Knginoors. That Is the de
cision of the latter body at its council
iu session here.
Hoy Kit toil liy a Train.
Oshkosh, Wis., May 31. fleorgo
Kussow, of Depcre, fell between (ho
cars or a ireignt train ai w mnenago
and received injuries that, caused hid
dca'.li. He was Id years of age.
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Wash Blouse Suits.