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The Illinois Stitto Hoard of Hcnlth tsftued a utrong circular contnlnltit; ifc onitnendntlons to niuiilclpalltles con cvnilns tlio supcn'lNlun and lniicctlon of slaushter houses, packlni; houMcx, etc. The following extracts show how hard tlio circular hits tlio city govern ment of Chicago: 'The Illinois Stato Hoard of Health, by icclnl resolution, adopted at u reg ular meeting, held In Chicago Juno IK) and 21, 1000, urgently recommends to the mayors and councils of all cities and tlio presidents nud boards of trus tees of nil villages, ami to nil otlier health olllclals In nil inrts of the State, tbo euacUnent aud enforcement of ordi nances providing for tbo supervision and the regular nnd systematic inspec tion of all slaughter houses, packing Itouses, storage liouses, markets, cel lars nud all other establishments used for the preparation, manufacture, stor age or side of food intended for human consumption. "Tlio health of the people Is largely depcudout upon the purity, quality nnd clounlluees of their food and these may bo controlled and guaranteed to the (teoplo oidy through the conscien tious efforts of hcaltii olllclals nctlug under the (towers conferred upon tliem by the statutes. 'Tbo people of each municipality English newspapers have been severe and biircastiu in their comments uikmi the conduct of a recent notable murder trial lu this country, and no American writer of standing has ventured to ut ter n word lu defense of It. Indeed, It Ik universally admitted that criminal trials lu the United State, particularly when tho accused person Is able to pay for high-priced counsel with great kvnl ingenuity, too often result lu scandal ous delay and even lu mlcatTlago of Justice, Hut tho English criminal law also results, not Infrequently, lu scan dalous miscarriage of juxtlco of tho opimslto character. If American crim inals get clear as a result of unlimited right to appeal from verdict nfter ver dict against them, tho Englishman con victed by ajury has no right to appeal even once. Tho nlfecuco of any right of revision of tho rulings of a Judge, If those rulings have led to conviction, and of opportunity to ovorrulo tho (hid ings of Juries, which arc not Infallible, bus resulted lu tho liuprUoument of many Innocent men. There hnvo been two or threo recent ;aBM In which tho Innocence of convicted men has been proved only nfter they had served long terms In prison. Ecn then tho only re dress was pardon by tho homo secre tary; nnd pardon Implies guilt. No steps hnvo been taken to remedy tho evil lu this country, but tho Itritlsh government has undertaken to amend tho English criminal law. A court of criminal appeal Is to be created, con- kMBP"' Jam r" sssssssssfR'SSSaaHMk JBBBBaBBBafliaBBBBBBBBBP'BaWN9V bibbbbbbbbbm v.LLLLLHrlBBVivBBiy BBBBBBBLm .aLLLLHyiVHIiH aBTBTBTBTBTBTBTBTBTBTBTBTBTBTA .aBTBTBTBTBTBTBTBTBTBTBKBBTBTBTBVPP: eBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBHBtaBajBBajJJjrv0 kBBBBBBBBBBHBBBBBBkVaBBSi V'lwUBIMi' lS '''WlaaBBaaBiaaBBBlSiajBnlflaiHBvvC ,, f PLBaLw IHaVaVHlP Hnfla? '- JAMES A. HOGAN, Pratident of the Illinois Stone Company. S have the right to oxcct that the offi cial wltom they have entrusted with the enforcement of the law, will give them every imsnlhlo protection prorldod by the law, nud the statutes of the State of Illinois are so liberal In tbolr construction as to give to the munici pality full wwer to control all of those things which may In any wuy effect tlio health of the jteople. "Under the provisions of an net to provide for tlio Incorporation of cities aud villages, approved April 10, 1871.', (ItcvlHcd Statute, Chapter 24, Soctlou (IU), the councils In cities nnd the presi dent and the board of trustees lu vil lages are cmiMnvrrcd to regulate the sale of meat, poultry, lUh, butter, cheese, lard, vegetables aud all other in-ovlnlons; to regulate tlio sale of bread and to prctfirlho Its quality; to provide for the Inspection of all arti cles of food ; to declare what shall con stitute a nuisance and to nlmto samo aud to flno all wlio ermlt nuisances to uxlxt; to upjiolnt n bourd of health and prescribe Its jtowers nnd duties; TV DO ALL ACTS AND MAKE ALL IIKUULATION8 TO I'HOMOTK HEALTH OH TO PKEVENT DIS EASE; to direct location aud regulate the management and construction of packing houses either within the limits of tbo corporation or within ono mile from its boundaries; 'to compel tbo owner of any grocery or any unwhole some or nauseous place- to cloanso and abate or remove samo and to regulate Its location. Under the provisions of the same law, niuiilclpalltles are tun powered to luipo?c fines, not exceeding jltxi for each offense, or Imprisonment, not exceeding six months, for the viola tion of any of Its ordinances." "Aside from the cjiecltle provisions of the law, quoted above, tlio ono pro vision, empowering the municipality 'TO DO ALL ACTS AND MAKE ALL HEOULATIONS TO I'KOMOTE sitting of Mveu Judges, with the Lord Chief Justice at the head. Tlio iw posed law gives to n convicted man an unrestricted right to appeal on matters of law, that I. upon the ruling of tho Judge who tried tlio case. He may ap peal on matters of fact with the con sent of tho court of nppeal. Thoro will bo no second trial. Tho court may hear now evidence, nnd may determine whether the conviction shall stand, be modified, or set aside altogether. Pro fessional assistance will bo provided nt tlio public expense for thos-o who can not afford to pay for It. Tho scheme seems to be admirably adapted to rem edy the evil that exists In England without Introducing that which prevail GREAT LAKES MAP. SEND FOR INTERESTING VACATION LITERATURE. Tho D. & H. Line, which operates dally htenmei' scrUco between Detroit anil Hurfalo, has published n pamphlet containing tho largest map of the (lre.it Lakes, showing routes to nil summer ing places. You should havu one to plan your vacation, A icquont with one cent stamp enclosed will bring it. Wrlto nowl Dctboit & Duffai-o Steam doat Co., Detroit, Mich. HEALTH AND PKEVENT DISEASE,' gives ample authority for tbo local olll clals to undertake the supervision and systematic Inspection of thoso places lu which food for human consumption l either prepared, manufactured, stored or offered for Kile. However, the specific provisions of the statutes remove all doubt as to the limits to which the municipality may go In the protection uf the health of the people." "Animal food Is particularly suscc tlble to bacterial action nnd to decom position which Is hastened by killing and handling In filthy slaughter bouson or by Improper refrigeration and stor age." ".MEAT 1'KOM DISEASED ANI MALS, TOO FKEQUENTIA SLAUH TEKCD FOK HUMAN FOOD, MAY HE PRODUCTIVE OF WIDESPREAD DISEASE AMONG THOSE WHO CONSUME IT." "The oft repeated statement that cooking will remove the jiolsonous prop erties of spoiled meat 'is not to bo ro lled upou." "In view of these facts. It Is tho duty of the health olllclals of all municipali ties to establish such supervision and Imqiectlon as will render Impossible tbo maintenance of unsanitary slaughter houses and packing houses, the killing of diseased animals or tbo salo of meats and other foods which, by their oilglual character, or changes which have taken place In them, nro unfit for human consumption." . "The presence of n sick or diseased animal In n slaup'er house should place tho establishment under suspicion as one J which such animals aro slaughtered for human consumption. Any unsound moat or carcass found In a slaughter houso or In n market should lie assumed as being tktru r sale." In this country. It Is n pity that no elYort seems to bo making lu tho United States to remove our own scandal. Farming, In theory at least, has been taken from the catalogue of plodding drudgery nud placed in that of n voca tion In which kucccas depends not more upon Industry than upon knowledge. The farmers' Institute Is tho outgrowth of this movement supplemental of the work of the agricultural collcgo nnd tho government experiment station. This being true, It Is nil Institution that has an Important place lu the evolution of tho science of agriculture and farmers should make It a point of conscience, looking to tho advancement of their vocation nud Interests, to sco that the boys and glrU of their households at tend as well as thomschc. Tho man who tried to rldo n pony ocroxs the country within n certain time failed and lost n wager thereby, but the Wyumlng girl who rode 750 miles across the mountains to marry a man lu Montana got tlicro on time. When n determined young woman starts on n Journey, with a husband nt tho end of It, there is no obstacle that can stop her. Tho Sultan of Morocco Is said to bo very chummy with his dentist; but what could bo mora natural, slnco tho niau undoubtedly has a pull? NEWS FROM ILLINOIS. Items from All Over the State of Matters of Interest to Our Readers. Happenings of the Week from Cairo to Chicago Carefully Compiled for Busy Men. f-CnXT ItAlf, HATE OS. Hlnrrd I'nttrnKcr Tnrlff for All IlllnnU fnlnlx In Kffrct. Tlio -'-cent fnre law went Into clttct on nil railroads In Illinois Monday morn ing. The Clctier.il Pntsptizer Aoclntlon nnd tlio Western Pns-icng'T .Woclntlon, which Include nearly nil Unci jln the State, nnnotinceil that the rate provided by tho law will be effective on all Smte traffic. Intcrtnte rate now in effect, however, will lie maintained under the federal rate law until a new tnrlff has been prepared. The delay and litiga tion, so freely predicted nt the time the law was paed. will at lcat be delajed as fnr as tho ntllro.td nro concerned, until the new rate Imim leen tried fnr several mouth. It N s-ald that the olll claN of the xarlotti roads affected by the Inw have agreed to Kiilmilt to tho new rale for several months nnd then to car ry the law into the courts with n allow ing of deficit, should there be nny. that will xiiiort a plea that the 2-ccnt rate Is a lo to the roid. There Is n grain of comfort in the IlllnoU law to the mil road", ax It give the companies the right to ilinrste nt n it-cent into where pawn- gem hae uegh-ctid to purihao tickets nt stations that nro open for the ale of tickets nt least half nn hour before train time. CIIICAflO CONVICT KM) LIFE. FcvIIiik Ills llUicrnrv, llnrls lf to Slune KliMir of .tiillrt Prison, A. F. Ileltinnii. a Clilivgn man, n prN oner of hut n few month, feeling hU di gince. hurled hliaelf from the second tier of cell hi the uest Uvi of tho .Toilet )enltentlar.v and met death Inttantly on tho Mono lloor of the court beneath. Ills hrnd vwiM iaahed to n pulp and nlmot lic.ond recognition. No ono saw him jump. Hcnnlo Miller, n guard, saw fthat appealed to be n bundle of blankets strike tho floor, nnd two convicts who happened to be near where the body struck were first to recognise the true situation. He had been a prisoner only since April .", nnd uns serving n one to ten-year term linpoxd on the charge of larceny ns bailee. He had been an em ploye of the United State Express Com pnny in Chicago and was convicted of cmhczKlinz fund of tho company. He 1ms no criminal record, nnd It Is thought that the disgrace worked on his mind, driving him to suicide. 1IAM3 At'TUIt till DAVS' TABT. nellvvlllo riD'nlelnn Declares III I'hynlrnl Condition Not Impnlrril. Dr. Irving .1. Enlrs. formerly of Chi cago, ended his thirty days' fast nt Hello vllle by partaking of two ounce of malt ed milk nud a glas of water. When Kales began his fast, May 210. he weigh ed n little over ll- pounds, with n chet of -l.'l Inches nnd lung capacity of 'M cubic Inches. At the end of the. fast hi weight was W pound, hi host -II inches, nnd his lung tapaclty ."(." cubic Indies. Ilesliles the Increased lung ex pansion tlio doctor declares his c,eslght lias hnpinw'd so he can now read fine print without the aid of glasses. The other day h, lifted nn iron bar with a hundred-pound weight nt each end with out nuy great dltllOulty. CJIIU, DRAT IIOYN IX NTt'DIHtt. Win Honor In Kluht IIIkr Hchooli No I'nr Announced, The superiority of girls over boys ns student In Chicago high school Is dem onstrated in sweeping fashion by tho fig ures on best average now being com piled. On top of census reports Indicat ing tho ndvnuco made by the gentler sex In driving men out of various occuim Hon, conies the announcement that in eight of the sixteen high schools In which the honor-winner has been announced, the distinction has been awarded to a girl. A few of tho schools give second place to a boy, hut even thl consolation Is lacking in a majority of i use's. Tlio reward for winning Ihst honor In high school I a frco one-jear scholarship lu tho Unhtr slty of Chicago. WRAI.TH IS WON II V KIXIIMISS. Aacil lloiiekri-ier Hn Xi-plieu Wua Justly lli-uirili-il. Mrs. Until Holme, tho nged house keeper of tho late Mi. Cornelia A. Mil ler, was the principal witness lu tho con test for the .t'atKMHil) (state of Mis. Mil. er lu .Toilet. Tim wotniu tcMllied that Mrs. Miller nlwns considered Charles Fish, her nephew, like a son, hecnuo of his kllidue-s to her, and told of her dislike of Dr. Manning Flh, who, with Ids brother (ieorge, I suliu for an rcpinl sham of the estate. Mis. Miller, before her death, gavo a large part of her prop, crty to Charh. Mr. Holme demanded that nil lepmtor ho excluded fiom tho trial, declaring that they wioto untruth ful accounts. ILLINOIS IMOXr.r.H WOMAN DRAI1 Sirs. O, D. Wrion- of nnkoln Diet nt tlio lloiuu of Her Kim, Mrs. O. D. Weaver, Sr., of Dakota died at the homo of her con, O. 1), Weaver, 'J,"S2 North Winchester avenue, Itnonswood, while visiting thoro with her husband. Sho was tho daughter of tho lato (ieorgo Ilgen. and was horn In Center county In 1811, whero sho mot and married Mr, Werner. Tlio Interment took place at Dakota. Mrs. Weaver Is survived by her luitbnnd nud eight chil dren. Kills C.lnnti Then Hutu Mntclic. Edward Townsend attempted to com mit suicldo In Jail nt Edwnrdsvlllo by eating the bends of 123 matches, but will recover. Ho left n noto to his brother, John Townsend, 001 First nvcnuo, Hlr rolnglmm, Ala. Tho prisoner killed a giant In a dramatic fight in the steel works before a crowd which was para lyzed with fcur. Atl Over tho Btate. While starting n fire with kerosene Its. Pana Mr. Anna Henrlot's clothes Ignited and she was burned to death. Mls Margaret Kennedy was drowoec? when her canoe upot In Hock Elver nt Hoek Island. Her companion, William ltlth, was rescued, John Chandler, born In Kentucky JOT J car ago, died Wednesdiy nt Hulls no a result of being thrown from n buggy lie was driving n frnctlon horse. Wlillo bathing in the Wnbnsh rhcr nt Carml (Ieorgo Ilohlnvon, nged 17, wn seized with cramp and drowned btfor bis companions could rescue him. Superintendent Edwin O. Cooley hsif been unanimously re-elected bead of th Chicago public school sjstem, nnd Ihr Post promotional plan has been repeulcdi Henry Ilnrme. a wealthy HotiCtl farmer, who recently shot hi wife, cocrs mltted sutcldo by hnnglng himself wilt n necktie nnd towel In the county Jail nt Knnkakre. Hearing oldenco of murder, the bo of T. A. Ficiich was found In tho Wn bash river nt Cnrml. Tied to bis neck- was n heavy rock. French bnd lMB missing n week. The grand Jury nt Peoria returned, lo dlctnients against Edward 3. Lct-tv Thomas J. Horan nnd Fred Peters n. charges of graft in the city feed denrt ment, nnd Frnnk P. Watson, former sup erintendent of the Peorh county pout farm, charging grave Immoralities. Twcnty-fhc of tho leading biislnew men of (juliicy have nrgnnlrod themclvMs Into a stock company, with n capital of JSH.'.OtlO, to pay the preliminary cjcpcnsn of Interurbnii lines to Hamilton, ntxT. south to Pearl, Plko county, which nrsj to bo financed by local capital. Homer F. Aspluwall of Freoport, for mer State Senator nud Kepnbllcnn lem er, wns mnrrled the other day to Mlt' Jane Cllngman nt tho home of her rir ints In Dakota village. Mr. Asplnw.iIC recently was the candidate for the Ur pulillcan nomination -for State Trensaren. Ily the will of tho late John C. Proc tor of l'eorla $2,(HiO,00O has been left foff tho endowment of charltle In that city. A laundry where poor ho) will bo pnld for their work, n day nursery for moth ers, a manual training school and nn or phanage nro among the institutions pro vided for. The I loyal Knitting Company nl Mount Vernon has consolidated with the Nashville (Tenu.) nnd the Illrmlughain (Ala.) hnery mill under tho name oS the National Hosiery and Ynrn Com pany. The capital stock I UI.OOO.OW P. C. Withers of Mount Vernoii Is gery cral manager. The Stale auditor Ki Iued n pennlc for tho nrganlratlou of the Mount dinner Trut and Saving Hank at Mount Cnr me. The permit was lned to Samuel Sett, Charles Honham, Dan F. Sclbert, . ('. ('. Strasser. William Ewahl. C. a Llngenf'dter nud It. .1. Wnlter. The cn Itnl stock is fixed nt $.VMKN). The will of the Into Thomas Snrll filed for probate In Hloomlugtnu, weno to the extreme limit nt the law, aniV made provision to keep the estate, valued nt $l,MK),OuO, intact until twenty yours after the death of fho youngest grcnt grandchild, now nged (1. Tho legatees nr thus allowed a share of tho Income only. Tim Marquette Cement Company ?' I.a Salle, oierators of the principal ce ment work lu Illinois, has absorbed the Chlcngo Portland cement plant nud Dm Ocrman-Amcrlrnn plant, both of LnSallc. The combination, which will be controlled by the Marquette Interests, will have no annual output of .'1,000,000 barrels. Tlw drnl embraces $:i,000,000. Felix H. Talt, president nnd prlnclpnL owner of tho Tail Mtiuufaeturliig Com pany of Decatur, has failed, his liabili ties being estimated nt ?2.'0.000. H was out of the city, In tho West, wiii-P' the bankiuplcy proccs-dlngH wero started, nnd has not been heard from since, Henry Clay WlUon of Springfield has been Ap pointed as receiver for the Talt company.. Tho decompo-ed body of Thomas Prllchaid was found In n cistern behind! an old saloon building in Sesser. Pritch nrd had been inN-dug since .limn 8 iiihE n search had been Instituted, ending ii the finding of tho body in tho clstcnt. Coroner Adams held an Inquest nnd rc lurned n veidlct that I'rlichard had Kew murdered. Tho skull was found crushed aud (ho neck broken. Prltchnrd's whfoiv utiil five daughters live lu Linton, lnif. He was a Itoyal Auh Masnn, Uu cuiiiv to Sesser sumo tlmo ago to sccuro wori:. Cltis'cn of ltock Island celelu-alcd lis? coinph'tlon of tho "booler fund" by n demmistiatlou which excelled any ptc ou celebration In tho history of the cfty. Tho committee In charge of tho cninuvi hail set Its stakes for $ 100,000, but tin fund already exceeds ?l'J,",O00. Tho cefc hiatlon Included a long procession of citi zens armed with djnatnlto canes, preceded by local militia nud naval ici-encs. The street of the business district wero pack ed with townspeople! nnd throngs frcte neighboring cities Every business man illuminated his place and tho busbies, district was nbluzo with pyrotechnics rY every debellation, The. celebration cticVtf with a great bonflio and lliew-oiks on t?te. leveo and tho llrlu of cauiiou by tte naval icsenes. Fifteen warrants wero Usueil In As sumption for the arrest of persons wbc attempted to Ijnch Alfred Ilouland, Viz tor Itltchie, Josephine Itltcldo nud Jnnc Sorrqws, alleged leaders of tho, mob, were sentenced to Jill and heavily lined. Uoo land, who married a woman six months ago, had a wife In tho old country. Tbf hitter arrived two weeks ngo nud Houlnnd iins been In Jail charged with bigamy, but wns l el eased on bond. Upon icturulng to Assumption ho 'wns set upon by n mcfc with knives, revolvers and clubs. Oit womnn had a ropo around tho vic)iui' neck when officers arrived aud beat oS til. mob, fe& JUtHtuii. 4 ...'iJ:ju,lJl i.cL'.i.i.ji. .