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VOL. LV. NO. 175.
THE ARGUS, WEDNESDAY, MAY 1), 1J0G.
PRICE ,TWO CENTS.
PAY BLOOD MONEY
ABLE TO BUILD IT
GUARD THE voters vs court EMERGENCY
Chinese Settle for Damage in
Riots at Lienchow Last
Kain Bureau of Navy Would Un
' dertake Construction of
Former Reelact Mayor Whom
Latter Had Ousted at Kan
sas City, Kan.
Lower House of Congress
Votes for Agricultural
IN COMMITTEE'S HANDS
Senate Gives Railroads Till
1909 to Get Out of Coal
Washington. May 0. The agricultur
al department is to be investigated.
The house today empowered the com
mittee on expenditures to conduct such
Itenurars Connitlrrnt Ion.
Washington. May 9. The senate
was prompt in resuming consideration
of the Elkins coal amendment to the
railroad bill prohibiting interstate rail
roads from engaging in the production
of coal or other commodities. The
vice president introduced and announc
ed the amendment of Dryden to the El
kins provision to be in order.
That amendment extends to July,
3911. the time when the provision shall
go into effect. Several senators made
objection to this and suggested it was
too remote. Dryden altered the date
to July. 1909. The roll call resulted in
the adoption of the amendment, 44 to
ItriinM-rnlw Ilavr Mil.
Most of the negative vote was cast
by the democrats, but they were sup- j
ported by Burkett. Clapp. Dolliver,
Gamble. La Follette, and Lodge, repub
lioans. Clark of Montana, and Cralke
of Kansas, democrats voted with the
The action of the senate in accepting
the Dryden provision was promptly fol
lowed by a motion, by Hopkins to refer
the entire coal production subject to
the committee on interstate commerce.
Washington. May 9. The president
transmitted to congress a letter from
Secretary Tafi. recommending the ap
propriation of an additional $500,0nrt to
meet conditions at San Francisco. .Sec
retary Taft's letter shows that of the
$2,500,000 appropriated. $2.403.:;3:J has
been expended, or contracts have been
made which will consume this sum.
Expenditures are divided among the
various departments as follows: Quar
termaster's department. $1,741,004;
substances. $329,435; medical. $304.
539; signal corps. $15,000; mileage.
Sraatf la a Muddle.
Washington. May 9- Aside from a
few minutes devoted to the reception
of the Allison amendment to the rate
bill and a half hour given to routine
business, the senate devoted its en
tire session yesterday to the ineffectual
consideration of the Elkins amend
ment prohibiting common carriers
from engaging in mining coal or in
the production -of other commodities
in competition with shippers, and ad
journment at 5 o'clock in a state of
great confusion as to the exact subject
lefore it. The disorder was due to
the fact that a number of substitutes
for the original amendment were of
fered. Senator Morgan's bill providing for
a sea level canal for the isthmus, ex
cept through the Culebra cut. where he
proposes locks, was ordered laid on the
table by the senate committee on inter
IrordinKN of Houae.
The house devoted the day to the
naval appropriation bill and accom
plished the reading for amendment of
the first 15 pages. During the time
several topics incident to the measure
were discussed, including the difficul
ty of obtaining enlisted men for the
navy, the location of a naval training
station on the Threat lakes, the cost of
smokeless powder, and finally the un
necessary expenditure of $100,000 a
year for chains for ships. This latter
matter was under consideration when
the house adjourned. Representatives
Ixtud of Michigan and Grosvenor of
Ohio offered amendments providing
that the purchase of such supplies as
chains .anchors, cordage, etc., shall
hereafter be by competitive bid pro
The house committee on foreign af
fairs added an amendment to the dip
lomatic and consular appropriation bill,
providing that no part of moneys ap
propriated shall be paid to any ambas
sador or minister who receives any
other salary from the government.
This will affect Governor Magoon of
the canal zone, who is also minister to
Many Railvrajr Acrid en fa.
Washington. ,May 9. Campbell of
Kansas introduced a resolution in the
-house directing an inquiry into the
SUM 0F$60,000 TURNED OVER
Leaders of Mob That Murdered Five
Americans Have Been Severely
Hongkong, May 9. The viceroy of
Canton has paid to the American con
sul at Canton, the sum of $00,000 as in
demnity for the mission buildings, per
sonal property of missionaries and
claims of converts as a result of the
destruction of property during the riot
ing at Lienchow in October last. The
money will be transferred to the Pres
byterian mission settlement at Lien-
Klv Were .Murdered.
Five Americans belonging to the
Presbyterian mission at Lienohow in
the western part of the province of
Kwang-Tung. were murdered Oct. 28,
and the mission buildings destroyed as
a result of a dispute between the mis
sionaries and natives over an appar
ently trivial incident at a Chinese festival.
The persons who lost their lives
were Mrs. E. C. Machle and daughter
Amy, Rev. and Mrs. John Rogers
Peale. and Dr. Eleanor Chestnut. Dr.
Machle and Miss Elda G. Paterson suc
ceeded in escaping.
Later three murderers were decapi-
ated. four men imprisoned for 5 years.
wo for 3 years, two for 1 year, and
one for six months. Others of those
implicated were sentenced to minor
WILL GIVE NOTICE
Attorney' General Moody
Starts Case at
UNDER SHERMAN LAW
IN 2 YEARS, COST $10,000,000
But Little Larger Than Battleships
Now in Use or Already
Three Associations Alleged to
Have Combined to Ad
Washington. May 9. Attorney Gen
eral Moody made the following state
ment: "The government today filed naw vari i fnnmi tr in ihp nnUr nin
available for this work
Washington. May 9. The Kain bu
reau of the navy is willing to under
take to build a leviathian s20.000 ton
battleship provided for in the pending
naval appropriation bill arid on the
basis of the experience inquired in
the Kain battleship Connecticut, at
the New York navy yards,, the con
stiuctors feel sure they can execute
this task with reasonable (hspatch at
Done lu '!' Vriir
A careful estimate limits the time
allowed for Kain to 4S months, and
the cost 510.000.000. The Kew York
in the circuit, court of the United
States for the District of Indiana a
petition for injunction against eer
tain associations, corporations, and in
dividuals, comprising what is common
ly known as the 'drug trust' of the
'mbine Violate Law
"Parties defendant specifically nam
ed the bill have voluntarily combined
It is pointed out that alter all the
new ship will not be very much larger
than some of those now afloat or au
thorized or building for the American
navy. The Connecticut i$ really of
17.cr.fi tons displacement and the
South Carolina and Michigan, bids for
which are to be opened .Time 2 next.
will come within less thani 2.000 tons
together to control prices at which J of the measure of the big ship.
Governor Pardee Will Not Be
Abrupt in Ending Holiday -Season.
MIGHT RESULT IN A PANIC
Some Smallpox at San Francisco and
Oakland But No Epidemic is -Feared.
proprietary medicines and drugs shall
be sold to the consumer through the
retail druggists, violating the Sherman
Three AMNoeinlloox Nmiieil.
"Parties to the combination include
the Proprietary Association of Ameri
ca, National Wholesale Druggists' as
sociation, and the National Association
At Indiiiniipoll. Too.
Indianapolis. Ind.. May 9. Acting
under instructions received from At
torney General Moody, the district at
torney today filed in 'the United States
court a petition for an injunction
against the several corporations and
individuals comprising what is alleged
to be the drug trust.
' Slate IVot Xotleenlile.
In fact, the difference in size Would
not be particularly noticeable to a
landsman, consisting as it, will in
slightly fuller lines and breadth of
Extreme Precautions Ta- plurality was large one Shurtleff Primary Bill
Fails to Get Two-Thirds
ken for Tomorrow's
Supported by Those Favoring an Open
Town and Will Not Be Contested.
ROUTE KEPT SECRET
VOTE WAS 89 TO 57
Plan for Reorganizing of Coun
cil of Empire Announced.
St. Petersburg. May ft. Final prep-
Kansas City, Kan.. May ft. William
W. Rose, democrat, who resigned the
office of mayor of the city recently
penning stale ouster proceedings
against him for nonenforcement of cer
tain laws, and who was later ousted bv
the supreme court, which disregarded I MeaSUTe Gt)8S tO the Senate
his resignation, was reelected mayor uiliu tiftii n.i a
by 1.C00 plurality over K. E. Venar.l. WMCn Will KglUSe 10
republican, and David Harris, socialist. Pnnoiin
iu n ?Rimi r lit. II J rmi r"l 11,1 .
I liol)l 1. !' nr.
The Issue of the election was the
enforcement of the prohibition and an-
ly. court and suites, to St. Petersburg
are lying with steam up in the river.
HoiHr- Kept Swrrt.
The route and other plans .for the
Counsel for Panama ' Railway
Company Refuses to An
ASKED BY SENATOR MORGAN
VESSELS HELD BY
STRIKE IN STORM
San Francisco. May 0. Governor
Pardee today was present, for the first
time, at the meeting of the reconstruc
tion committee and questioned as to
his intention concerning the continu
ance of legal holidays, replied that he
would give five days' notice before the
close of the holiday period.
In order to avoid complications and
to prevent individual distress, the gov
ernor, ever since April 18. daily has
been declaring each succeeding date a
legal holiday, thus preventing the fore
closure of mortgages and postponing
the payments of other obligations that
might otherwise fall due.
The banks of the interior were fear
fnl that a sudden cessation of his pro
clamation might cause, a panic and it
was on their behalf that Mr. Pardee
was asked for information.
lliillil I louei of Sheet Iron.
Among the recent shipments of
freight received was a quantity of cor
rugated sheet iron, and many of the
temporary structures for business pur
poses are being built of this material
Smallpox at Snn FrnneNco.
Washington, May 9. The surgeon-
general of the army was informed by
Lieutenant-Colonel Torney. chief med
ical officer at San Francisco, that there
were now 57 cases of small pox in that
city1, but only seven cases of typhoid.
Despite the increase in the number of
cases of small pox, medical officers of
the army do not fear an epidemic.
Two" Wrecks Off Cleveland Harbor Re
sult of Inability to Get Within
Characterizes Queries as Impertinent
Addressed Regarding Letter to
Washington. May ft. "I will not re
ply to hypothetical questions. If vou
will be good enough to ask that which
is pertinent I will answer it. Thus
spoke William Nelson Cromwell, coun
sel for the Panama railroad and in
Springfield. 111.. May ft. (Special. )
arations for the great ceremony at the t'sambling laws. Rose was supported The house this morning passed the
. . , , . i oy tne element wmen neneves tnat tne snurtierr bin on a third reading bv a
winter palace on the occasion of the L t intereHis of tne cIt dPmanf the vole of S4 to nf, Allen of VermLi
opening of parliament tomorrow are licensing of ioints and zamhlinir halls count v. HarrU r Mammh nnt,
being completed. Three imperial as they maintain that a strict enforce- Reynolds of Mercer mimtv. nn.l n
yachts which will couvey their majes- ment of the linv against such places of Will county, voted with the demo-
les aim mem iters of tlie imperial fam- fienrives the citv of necessary revenue, erats. nrohibitionists fm,i iniic
Many women voted, and most of them I against the bill.
supported Venard. i inu.r u out.
Xo Tet to ite Miuie. The emergency bill, which would
The question of Rose's risht to hold make the bill take effect ns rnn :w
journey are guarded with the greatest , he office of mayor will not be tested, signed by the governor, was stricken
.eciec., uut n is understood me lm- Tne sunreme court held that its action our. It rerniired two-third nf Mi..
perial party will travel by train from in ousting Rose rendered him ineligi- membership of 'the house and onlv re-
Tsarskoe-Selo to the palace at Peter- ble to be a candidate for office aca in at oeived Sft votes to r.7 against
hof tonight, where in the morning they thl!i fime- Ro.-e contends that as he The bill was then rfad as senate bill
had resigned before the supreme court Xo. 5 amended, and passed by a vote
acted in his case the ouster proceed- of S:.' to .ri',. It now goes to the senate,
ings against him were ineffective. and that body can either pass it ttt
once on first reading, as it is an amend
ment to the bill they passed, or refuse
in i:irM-t Jui i.
The bill as passed will not become
a law until July 1. It provides for m.i-
which services at the winter palace Iowa and Missouri Again Hit jority nominations in delegate conven-
will board yachts and come up the
iver, landing at the imperial dock in
front of the winter palace, thus avoid
ing the necessity of passing through
the streets of the capital. Immediately
after the ceremony their majesties will
return to Peterhof.
Open foiiufil Friday.
Owing to the lateness of the hour at
FROST IS GENERAL
Hard by Night's
DAMAGE REPORTED HEAVY
will be completed, it has been decided
not to open the council of the empire
until Friday afternoon.
The law providing for the reorgan
ization of the council of the empire
was published today. It contains a pro
vision for the appointment of a special
combination having exclusive jurisdic
tion over certain subjects. All accusa
tions of malfeasance against ministers,
viceroys, governor generals, members
of the council of the empire, lower
house of parliament, and in general al!
persons belonging to the three highest Des Moines. Iowa. May '.. Report)
ranks of Russian hierarchy are con-1 from all parts of the tate Indicate a
Part of Wisconsin Under Several Inch
es of Snow Traffic Ham-pered.
TOOK PART IN PLOT
TO KIDNAP LINCOLN
R. M. Smoot Who Sold Boat Which
Was to Be Used, Dies in Arkansas.
Fort Smith. Ark.. May 9. R. M.
Smoot. who was in a plot to kidnap
President Lincoln, and who sold to
John Surratt the boat which it was in
tended to convey Lincoln across the
Potomac in. died here today, aged 73.
Nicaraguan Officer Killed.
Washington. May 9. The Nicaraguan
minister, Corea, today received a cable
stating Aldolfo Altamarino. "Nicaraguan
minister of foreign affairs, had been
Pacific Train Ditched.
San Jose, Cal., May 9. A South Pa
cific overland train, due here at 7:30
a. m.. was ditched at Edenvale, 7 miles
south of the city. One man was killed
and three or four injured.
Famous Scout Dead.
El Paso. Texas, May 9. Colonel
causes of the many fatal railway ac-. FranU D. Powell, the famous Indian
cidents within the past four years, the j scout, known as "White Beaver." died
gathering of statistics and suggestions, on an eastbound train from Ixjs An
which Trill result In greater safety. 1 geles of heart failure.
Cleveland, May 9. The schooner Al
geria sank about two miles off the bar
bor this morning. Possibly three men (that capacity, official in cases of the
lost their lives. The schooner Iron United States today defied Senator
Queen is in a sinking condition outside I Morgan in his quest for information as
the breakwater and the crew of eight to the meaning of a letter written by
was taken off by a life saving crew. I Cromwell to the late Secretary Hay
The storm last night and early today 1 concerning the original concession t
with a heavy sea was a menace to the Panama Canal companv,
shipping outside the harbor. The big spenk for Knelt
steamers ueci up mere uy ine s.riKe Aff rpnIvin!r that the. ,M(pr sn(1,.p
came insiae me oreauwaier. um for itself and questions relating to that
transaction were not germane to the
present inquiry of the senate commit
signed to a commission composed sole
ly of appointed members.
Siilimit to Rmperor.
Accusations, however, must first be
submitted to the emperor, who. if he
lions, with a separate ballot upon whim
shall be printed names of aspirant
for all state, county, congressional and
senatorial offices, and members of th"
board of review and assessors. All
parties are to hold primaries on ilu
W ill t t oneur.
The senate will not concur and the
bill will go back to the house and both
houses will appoint a conference com
The house adjourned till 10 a. m. tit-
morrow, but will transact no business
before Monday ut .". p. m. The senate
met and recessed to ' i. in., when it
approves of the investigation, refers
it to the commission. In case the lat
ter determines there
small schooners could not get in.
Colchester. Ont.. May 9. A barge,
coal laden, sunk off here a quarter of
a mile from shore during the night,
The docks are under water, but there
are evidences the crew escaped.
EPITOME OF DOINGS IN
tee on interoceanic canals. Cromwell
met a rapid fire of questinos with a
prompt refusal to answer. Morgan
found it impracticable to pursue the
examination which concerned the re
lations of Cromwell to the old Panama
company and he turned to an inquiry
regarding the services of Cromwell to
the Panama Railroad company. .
Wnshinzton D. C. May 9.- Follow
ing is a brief resume taken from the
official records of yesterday s proceed
ings In both houses of congress:
SEXATK AsidP from a few minutes ... . Hom- ir Washinnton and Has
voted to the reception of the Allison M" at mc wasnington ana t-ias
rMoi oeen in aeai ior
nmt-nrlments to the railroad rate bill
and a half hour Riven to routine busi
ness, the senate devoted its entire ses
sion to an ineffectual consideration oT
the Elkins amendment prohibiting com
mon carriers 'from eneraeinsr in minins
modities in competition with shippers, man of Maryland is critically ill at
Great confusion arose as to the exact njs nome in this ci(y from, aVomplica
subject before the house owing- to the
number of substitutes for amendments tion of ailments which give no promise
Washington. May 9. Senator Gor-
of recovery. He has not been in his
seat in the senate for many months.
to the orisrinal amendment offered. At
p. m. adjournment until today was
IIOl:SE The house devoted the day
to the naval appropriation hill and ac
complished the reading foamndment
of the nrst lv pages. Air. vooper oi
Wisconsin . made a point ol .oriter
against 'the appropriation for -the na
val training- station at unite tiiun. in.,
but was overruled. He then made a
motion to strike out the section, but
was voted down. The army appropria-l championship by 3-1.
lion nil! was sein i iiminriur
all of the senate amendments dis
agreed to. A bill allowing the bridg
ing of the Missouri river nt Kansas
City was passed. At 5 p. m. adjourn
ment was taken until today.
Gould Meets Match.
London. May 9. In the court ten
nis cnampiousnip round today, jay
Gould of Lakewood, N. J., was defeated
by Eustice H. Miles, holder of the
ROB A FAST TRAIN
JOSEPH A. WHEEL0CK DEAD
Editor of St. Paul Pioneer Press Long
in III Health.
St. Paui. Minn., May .9. Joseph A.
Wheelock, editor-in-chief of the Pion-j
eer Press died at his home here today.
Wheejoek had been in ill health sever
Imperial Limited on Canadian
Pacific Stopped and
Van Couver, B. C, May 9. The Im
perial limited was held up on the main
line of the Canadian Pacific railroad
Makes Record Trip. I near Kamloops. 250 miles from here
New York. May9. E. H. Harriman eatly today. The robbers compelled
arrived here last night at 10 o'clock on the engineer to uncouple the mail car
the Empire States Express of the New from the rest of the train and haul It
York Central and Hudson River rail- a mile away where they rifled it of
road, having made the journey from registered letters. The bandUs made
San Francisco in the record time of Jno attempt to interfere with Ihe pas
i71 hours zt minutes. - sengers
general and in some sections, a killing
frost last night. Small fruit and gar- will take up the Shurtleff bill
den truck suffered neavilv. Creston.
Webster City, and Fort Dodge were
. .. , , .... , I "I" oifiiiem. in., .iay :. At s ses
visiied by killing frost. u .. . ..
n.wn ..i in.- iHMiM- which vergeo on qis
order several times and something lii;n
sr. aot-epn. .aj r rost last nignt not once. Sneaker Shurtleff and i.i
is grounu ior ir.n considerable damage to small fruit organization nut tl.eir t.rim,r. i.sm
prosecution, iriai win occur oeiore me and early vegetables in nortnwest .Mis- through to third reading yesterday.
ruling senate. souri and northeast Kansas. Thi hill nmvi,iu f.,- .1,.. 1
I I iur HUllllUUiMMI
Guarding Kuiieror. Milwaukee, Mav 9. Wisconsin yes- of candidates bv delegate conventions
hr. t'etersDiirg, May . Although terday was m the throes of the real delegates to be elected from nrlmarv
mere are tew surface indications of January blizzard. Trees were daniag- districts by plurality vote
me iaci tnat an earnest duel is In ed by the weight of the snow, trains J " house has made it possible for
progress between tne police and the were delayed, and telegraph and tele- mm-h speedier action m be had if the
terrorists and revolutionists who are phone wires were blown down. Every senate wishes tu advance the legisla-
rnronging to tne capital alert tor an section of the state reports damaae tum Quickly and adjourn. At 1am
opportunity to strike Emperor Nicho- and heavy storm, except along the night's session the senate bill passed
las or other marked men among the Lake Michigan shore, where the flurry ,w, weeks ago was amended in iis
officials gathered here for the opening was only of a few minutes' duration. I ,ifhl nl then the Shurtleff measure
of the national parliament, precaution- At Plainfield eight inches of snow was submitted for everything after the
ary measures on an extensive scale fell. Heavy damage was done to Cri- enacting clause. Both the ShurtleiT
nave been taken. In order to safe- vitz farmers by the breaking of the ua- 1)1,1 an' he senate bill thus amende.!
guaru tne emperor in nis passage up per mill dam there. Several farmers w,,l le passed by the house today
",c lu"'""u. e t'iu oi his osi nou trv nigs, and rattle and sennie e.i..- v
armai ana departure is kept a dead barns were washed away. The water If the senate will tak .,n th am.t
was from five to ten feet deep over I ed senate bill aR soon as It is sent over
several snuare miles. This was follow- it Will be nossihlo fnr th
. ..e .MciiuiK paiace oriuges. inrougn ed bv a SOVere frost and high wind, to have a conference mi. ...
J... ...1. 2 1..I . . I m-r III
,..,.-, l4.f j.ni.eiiai imui which damaged the crops left by the work on the measure bv this even in-
- noou. ami ine unai passage of th hilt i.
both Houses by Friday is not Imtxts
nil lirnv mcm nil sime.
nniLVYHi men hll
from daylight until the departure of
the emperor. The general public will
not even be admitted to a long dis
tance view of the yacht. According
to present plans the speech from the
throne will give the constitutional
democrats no point for criticism in
parliament's reply. The Associated
Press was informed that the speech
will not touch on politics ;it will sim
ply be a greeting to the emperor's new
co-laborers in legislation.
Wiim Mot AnnhIiiiUciI.
Governor Deneen and the house
PI PATl MOT nilll TV ,ea(,ers 'lo nr expect the windup to
Lt.HU I1UI UUILI I come before next Saturday, and prolt-
Bail for Men Indicted With New York
Central and American Sugar Re
New York. May 9. Nathan Guilford
and F. I. Pomeroy. respectively vice
There is no foundation in fact for Presi(,ent anu general traffic manager
nhlv ffwt. until n . . .. . .1. . ..
..... ......i ut-xi wct'K, nut u is possible.
Support of democratic renrpKenfa-
fives for the passage of an emergency
bill, which requires a two-thirds vote,
now is being (sought.
KICKED FLAG; SIX MONTHS
the report telegraphed from Kieff that of the New ork Central today pleaded Hoboken Court Sitt Down Hard
General Ignatieff had been assassin- nof SuiIty ' indictments found under a Belli , Hah nara on
ated. Ignatieff is in St. Petersburg, th Elkin ,aw Roverning rebating. x a 9 4n unknown
and not in Kieff, They w-ere admitted to bail in $10,000 ma who Jn '
: each which they furnished. A plea of . . , , . ,,
ENGINEERS AT MPMPUIQ not guilty was also made by counsel 7'trdf- Peking an
tHblNttHb AT MEMPHIS enSnB the Xcw York central tZZ i l "fV '? Z'16 d'rt
Internationa, Brotherhood Assemb.es Railroad company and American Su- TJT
for Four Weeks' Meeting. sar Refining company, which corpora- and breaking stones in
Memphis. Tenn., May 9.-The sev- "ns were oindictej by the grand a penitentiary before the day waj over.
enth biennial convention of the Inter- J"r- "n3er the Elkins la' The man refund , disclose hi. I,...,-
national Brotherhood of Engineers
met here today. The sessions will ex
tend through a series of four weeks
and many important matters are to be
disposed of. The city Is decorated in
honor of the visitors. Today's session
was merely preliminary.
IS STILL ANOTHER DELAY
English Impostor Sentenced.
Rock Island Southern Will Be in Op
eration Before July 1.
Monmouth. 111.. May 9. The Rock
Island Southern interurban will not bejCOO(i or
opened for traffic between Monmouth sentence of six months
and Galesburg by. May la, as has for-
tity when questioned by the court, but
said he was the "king of bums" and
came from "nowhere." When Record
er Stanton read a lecture to him lu
court for abusing the flag he internip-
ed him. declaring "that Is all It 1
The recorder imKsed a
Vienna. Jiaj s. ab mgiisnman merly been announced, and it Is gen-1 Tornado in Michigan.
nameo rrazer was senrenceu to two orally believed tha the road will not Ann Arbor Mich.. May I. A torna-
years' imprisonment at hard labor for be ready for use belo-o July 1. as the,0 accompanied by an electrical storm
representing nimseir to oe tne son or I work on the new power plant at Cam-1 did SlO.noo damage here yesterday.
Joseph Leiter of Chicago, and drawing , eron, on which depends the running of I The Methodist church steeple, watt
checks in-Mr. Leiter's name on Brown, the cars, is not progressing as rapidly I struck by lightning and burned nearly
Shipley &. Co., bankers of Jxmuon. Jas desired. 1 to ,ho roof of the church.