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Weast Gets Three Years, and is
Satisfied, but Justice is Not.
1 im; norics of tiik tiu.u..
TIIK nr.l'KNOAST'S v.xsk.
J look Mitu lio uwiiy t"rni Mrx. Weust nt
the Wiii'N'ir house m Cliicni.'"). hii1 hrtmphi
licr to 0v ci'iivi'iit. nt Strouior. 1 l-lieve
tlmt i In1 U'Iuti f 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 to lt in the timil
wriiiii! ol I'h'is. H. Parks. '.. Ex. Mi
(iiunilfii luo heeii itt my liue since .Inn
uiny hist. Am nut certain in to the exiict
time. Km um lleimer was there tit my house
ftftirl (;ot luck from Km ope. limy bo
wei k. I urn ;!" years oil. Started keeping
saloon in 'till. Was married then. Was
sepm-uted from my first wife in Juno, '74.
Her name was Anna lirown. Was in the
saloon business in Chatswortli. Afterwards
in Waioeka. !iit married the second time
at lli'iiiiinjrtnii in March or April of '7-j.
Kept saloon in Kl l'aso. Moved from there
to heiison and worked there for my brother
John. Tended saloon for my brother Joe
at I'.enson. Went to Streator in '70. My
drother Joe and I ran a saloon there until
July '77. Then started in the saloon busi
ness for myself. My wife often helped me
to tend ba- occasionally. We had a piano
there. Mrs Weast played on it part of the
time. There was a lady from Chicago there
who sang rtith Mrs. Weast when the boys
came in for drinks. I might have asked the
boys to play cards with my wife. There
were two buildings and we cut an archway
between them. One rotm was tor billiards
and the other was for pool. There was a
small room for cards. I will not swear that
my wile played in these rooms with gentle
men. My wife has not drank with my cus
tomers in these rooms. I have not asked
men to go out buggy riding with my wife. I
have uot seen my wife waltz near the bar
and exhibit herself. (Here the prosecuting
attorney asked the witness if he had not
often bet that his wife could kick higher
than nny one in the saloon. Here the wit
ness jumped up, his face flushed, and he
made a move as though to go towards Molo.
ny. Quiet was soon restored, the court
staling that he would not permit any such
questions that there might be occasion for
new criminal proceedings if the matter was
not slopped. The court here sustained a
number of objections made by W east's coun
sel, one of the questions objected to being
whether or not he had drawn a revolver on
General Huff.) I have not threatened to
kill l'arks. (A circular containing some of
the most vile and beastly references and in
ferences was here handed to the witness
and he was asked if he did not throw them
around while keeping saloon, to which he
replied that he did not know. He would not
deny no assert anything concerning it.)
Have had very little schooling. (Some of
Bull's penmanship was shown prisoner and
he said he that he could not read it. Some
of the letters puporting to have passed be
tween l'arks and his wife were shown him
and he said that he hail read them quite of
ten.) Met l'arks first at Benson iu about
the properly. Prior to my going to Europe I
am not positive that l'arks was at my house.
He was at my place of business three times.
Adolph Miller traveled with me in Europe a
little. He hid uot return with me. Hannah
Johnson returned with me. I met her in
Bremen. She did not leave my house be
cause my wife would not let her stay in the
house. She came to Chicago with me after
I landed. I got a passage ticket for her at
Jos. Wilson's. My wife wanted her to come
back and work for us. She said that she
wanted to see friends in Minonk. My sister
Barbara then arranged it so that she could
work for her in California. 1 did not have
her board let Mrs. Williams'. I did not state
to Mrs. Williams that her name was Gray
and that 1 intended to make her my wile
It was one year before I went to Europe that
1 bought the ticket for Hannah Johnson.
She sent it back to me from Kiu-upe slu.rtly
after she received it. I boii!:lit tin ticket
she came back on at Stoiichouse, England.
She paid her way from New York to Chicago.
She had !?IOO with her. Met her nt the tie
pot in Chicago and at the Juliet depot when
the came there from New York. She did
not stay at the same hotel 1 did. She had
written that she was going to Minonk to see
her friends there. iMn't know whether she
wrote to Mrs. Weast or myself. There was
nothing in the letter asking me lo meet her
there. When we got to Juliet and on the
way to Minonk, spoke to her several times
on the way down, lion't know whether I
spoke to her after Parks got on the train.
After we got to .Minonk she and I went up
town to where she wanted to slop. Her age
is about 1!). Ileturned home next day, Oct.
H. My wife and I did not have a fight when
I got home. She as just going up town
when I got there. F asked her it' Parks was
there night before last. She sail no, that
he hud been there three or four hours in the
morning. After I got the Parks' letters 1
read part of tlieiu. My recollection is that
I stayed at home that night. Oct. S, and she
did not. I understood from her that on
Thursday evening she had telegraphed Tom
Parks. She said lo me some timo in the
evening that she had telegraphed to Parks
at Benson and thai he would come and make
it lively for u e for say ing that he bad been
writing to lir. She did not ask me what
were in the letters I found. The dispatch 1
wrote to Parks Friday morning told Parks
to come up. Hid this by request of my at
torneys to get the property changed. 1
wanted him for no other purpose than to
sign the deeds. Took Murdock with me to
do the talking. Was not drunk. Have nut
drank anything for six or seven years to
amount to anything. Got the dispatch from
Parks T html ay morning that he could not
come. Did not tell my wife that I was go.
ing to Benson. lon"t know how she found
out that 1 was at the depot. (Friday, Oct.
0.) Had not shown the letters (Parks') I
got 'Jiat morning to either Murdock or Wal
ter K'eves. I knew their contents to a cer
tain extent. Did not tell any one about them
at that time. Don't know whether I told
any one about them before the shooting.
(Here a recess of five minutes was taken.
The witness on resuming described the situ
ation of the parties in the room, where the
shooting took place.) Don't remember shoot
ing Parks. Had a struggle. Don't remem
ber following up Parks and shooting the
second time. Don't know what was said
nt the time the consultation ws
had in the room. Could not tell what time
I came to my senses after the shooting. Did
not see Tom Parks afterwards until that eve
ning. Do not know a man by the name of
Murr. (Here Marr, who was in the au
dience, was requested to arise, but the de
fendant did not recogniie him.) Carried a
revolver occasionally before I came to Strea
tor. Do not know a man by the name of
Schwabacker. 1 cannot explain to the jury
why it was that 1 had my senses to a certain
extent when 1 went np to l'arks' room. The
reason that I can't explain is that my heart
is broken since then. After I got into the
room, Parks naked me to take a chair and
sit close to him. Mrs. Reynolds did some
work in the house after the shooting. She
went there by the request of Mrs. Weast to
help her park up to move to Chicago. 1 and
the two children and Jennie Grunden went
with her. This was about Oct. L'O. She
went to live at 12 ''J Burlin sircet. First went
to the Windsor house. 1 stayed two nights
there. 1 rented the house for her and
shipped goods fiom Streator there. I went
back to Streator and placed my little girl in
the Convent. Don't know whero Jennie
stayed. Knew that Parks was dead before
I left Ottawa. Stayed at Matt While's all
Sunday. Don't know why I didn't tell the
Sheriff that 1 was here, Ottawa.
1H. K. M. m'aKTIII'H.
Beside tit Ottawa for over thirty years
Am a physician and surgeon. Have been
practicing medicine over twenty years. Am
a mMdualo of Bush Medical College. Have
been during the war examining surgeon of
tins illstnct. Has pension examiner ui mis
district. Said Bull: Dr , suppose a man was
shot by a pistol ball, &e., such as occurred
to Parks, what would be your treatment of
the wound on the lSth? If there was much
hemorrhage I would cut down and tiud the
vessel. 1 would cut from the inside of the
wound longitudinally up and down,
taking the course of the femoral artery.
Would endeavi r to secure the femoral vessel
by ligation and would ligate both above and
below the bullet wound. If it was a large
vein I should ligate the femoral artery to
permit the flow of blood downwards. The
hypothetical quesiion was again put by Bull
and it was asked if, in his opinion the course
pursued by the physicians was bad surgery,
on the hypothesis that the femoral artery
was wounded, to ligate tho femoral vein
above the bullet wound when the femoral
artery had not been ligated. It would not
be good surgery and would cause septisemia
or blood-poisoning. To tie .the long saphe
nous vein and not the artery afier he had
eudund much suffering would probably
cause death. The continued operations of
the kind indicated would have a very unfav
orable effect on the patient.
Crots-Examination: A bullet passing through
the femoral artery at the point indicated
is not necessarily a fatal wound.
mi. R. F. DYER.
Reside in Ottawa. Lived here oince '05.
Have acted as physician and surgeon for f0
years. Graduated at Cincinnati. Am now
pension examiner. The hypothetical ques
tion was put to the witness, Bull going over
the same statement of the case with a de
scription of those operations. To this ques
tion the doctor said it was not correct
surgery. I consider it an error in surgery
to not tie both euds of the vessel. It is
incorrect surgery. In my judgment the
effect of these several operations would, with
the last operation, terminate in death. At
close range a pistol ball will do as much
damage to the tissues as it would at long
Crust-Examination: If, after the first oper
ation, there was re current hemorrhage 1
would conclude that I had made a mtstakf .
On the second operation I would go on until
I found the bleeding vessel, that is if it was
one of the larger arteries. If I had found
one of those larger ones bleeding anil tied it
I would stop. While it is quite difficult to
bind the vessel, yet it is imperative to do so.
I do not think that the distinction is made
by medical authorities that both ends of the
artery must be tied when theoperatiou takes
place immediately after the wound. As far
as my reading and knowledge go fatalities
are from 18 to 1'2 per cent.; wlitre musket
balls and shells sever the femoral artery t n
the field of battle, from 75 to 80 per cent. 1
would always ligate both ends of the artery.
Re-dde in Ottawa since 1H5D. Have di
plomas from Bush Medical College and Mi -souri
University. The hypothetical question
again was submitted to tho doctor and he
wis asked what in his judgment would be
the correct treatment to apply to that condi
tion of things nine days later. The correct
thing to be done would be to find the woutnl
e I vessel and then ligate it. This treatment
is an important line of surgery. To on i,
tieinj the lower or distil end of the artery
would be to have a re-current hemorrhage.
The mistakes made in lieing the vein for the
artery was incorrect surgeryand would dam
age the probability of the patient's recovery.
Placing the patient under the influence ol
anesthetics and subjoining kim lo four suc
cessive operations would have the effect of
as many successive shocks to the patient,
and would diminish his chances for recovery.
I think that the result would have been more
favorable had both euds of the arlery been
ligated on the i coa-doti of the first operation.
Tenth Iav.
Co, i-1 pened this morning with a remark
ably siiglit attendance. The reporters gath
ered to their respective places one by one.
Witnesses were called for by the prosecution
and attachments issued against those absent.
The jury filed in from their quarters some
time after court was convened, and Duncan
said, "Your Honor, we rest our case." Mo
loney said, "We desire to ask the defendant
Peler Weast another question." He was
asked if he knew David Baker and John
frapp, of Streator. To the questions put the
answers were, "I don't know whether I did
or nut " The evidence in rebuttal then
Saw Peler Weast at John Trapp's saloon
with his brother Joe the next evening alter
the shooting. (Bull here objected lo the
question put by Mtdoney as to whether Ba
ker had not asked defendant in the saloon
why he had not kilkd him, and not crippled
him. The objection was argued at great
length, but the court finally ruled that the
witness might answer the question.) Weast
said it was a mistake; his intentions were
good enough.
Was at Weast's house two days before he
and his wife went to Chicago. They go.
along very well, except the second day;
when, she said on cross-examination, that
Mrs. Weast came home from town and she
said she had a notion to shoot Weast. She
told me that if I found nny letiers about the
house to hand them to her. She said they
were letters from Mr. Parks, and she did
not want Pete to ee them.
Thirteen years old ; identified some of the
letters as in her papa's handwriting and one
o-s in her own handwriting.
from-Examination. Got the letter marked
I"" in papa's grain office. My mother told
me to sit down and copy as close as possible
my father's handwriting. She said that
there had been forged letters and she wanted
me to see how nearly I could resemble the
writing. Mamma also got me to copy the let
ter dated Oct. 14. Copied some at home and
some up here. Had a copy of the letter be
fore me when I did the copying.
rait), w. cads
testified that "Weast's reputation for truth
and veracity is bad, 1 think."
Cro't-Ezawmation. Weast and I have hsd
no personal controversy that I know of.
He has told me that he would swear to a lie.
I would trust him in matters of business.
JOHJi t. uh,
banker of Streator, said Weast's reputetioa
was bad. Would not believe him under
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We do not forjret that our rltni for the ann-ine ar.i
rontrary to all iat eH-rieuee In the treaitnent l
Itheuu atiam. In fai-'. It wa lonn iM-fore we ourM-lve
lecjiine ronvliiei-'l that II eouM ! plhe that a ln
(tle n-me.ly eonlil p'rforni r;uliei eurea. where the
moat eminent liyalelan hail faileil. Not wlll.tiMtiiin
all thlame are now eonvlneed. anil we have aim eon
vlneeil every one who h uae. it. that It la a wonderful
nietllelne. We Invite and urne the arMete.1 to cirre.
p.rtnl with thme who have siven ieir voluiilanr t-.tl
tiionlala, (nruWied on a.pll a Ion, aa t Ita etfet ta ll
ttnir eaa-s.
A kate la t ailaala..
Ml it aa la nr.
f 1 rliiT "aa .
HI". a.d i. WU.
4'rm mPr - Irr
Setid for
aMdress tTtmoM MwuT-c'; Co.. Qulno. HI
Though palnftil and wenrlnu almost lieyond
einiurunce, is not an 111curKi1lu1iwe11.se it treut-
H ut a eaaa of Inflammatory WiMiailm, ,f
ne.rlv all the Urn JoinU. Gavs ToMuaUhS, snd
e.i In tmio. l'ertiaiw no ollur lie.f) luus so UMld m P"t'ent is out and doing wsll."
W. W. Baxtkb, M. D., Eenmsn, m.
"Inmy opinion TosnALTjne to per cedes all otter
o-cuilud rUeumatio rnmediHs."
luulled the enortsot science iiml nieilieltie ns :
this, but at lut a reuicilylinsli(enlieivereil in
.e. . . . V. . . .,! f,.l, I' t I L V L Ul 1. 1 1 a 1
0CVCkWt S e.V 7',. v..'..-.'"" io-callod rueum-ttio mmedjes."
doned ty many of the 'Leadi"K Phy.'..n.: I 8- u- ...H nt
V.'HAT THEY SAY: ' ." n,T" ""'Tn TosOAtnr a fair trial, and think It
" TONOALTNK is doing all that ia ehiiiie.t it will n".. " ,ha b"t remedy 1 lute ever found for KheumaUam.'1
U. C. bKU KUT. M. U , L-jutrall, lit. I B. F. Davis, Stcrgeoo, Ho,
A. A. MELLIER, Sols rropriefor. 700 and 7' WASHISGTOJJ AVENUE, t". LOUIflk
t uggies,
Road Cart
Call and riumlne our
lartte Hs k and get prices
before liny I iik.
lioad t arta from J5.0O
to J.").!!.
I i k w ent Matoffice
rt A. ll. LINOIH.
West of La Salle Street, (south side,
ttrnor a keep constantly on hand a lari?e and wall selected stock of
All the new and popular Patent Medicines. Kxti axs ai 8plce for cnllnsr?
Perfumery, Brushes, and Fancy Articles for the Toilet.
Painfc flile Varn.QhflQ 'Winrlnu RlaRS Xifi.
I Ul 1 1 ivJ J 1 1 u mi 1 1 rvji 1 wu ii iiiuwit MiMwwf wwi
Particular A.ttcntion Riven to tne Compounding of rhysiclans Prescriptions
VTWorlhingt(AIbertl.oa A 5. llh'J;
TMMsi . ivy re, , w
By ronson of it1 cantrRl position nnd rloso rulntlon to all principal lines East and
Wust, nt Initial iiml tunnlnul polnirf, conntitutu3 tl.o inot'.t Important ruid-conti-rion
il link In t li.it svsU'in of throu gh triuiHportiitlon which invites nr.il tiicllV
tatos truvol and tratllo bctwoon citioa or tho Atlantic and Pacific Coopts. It
in nlHO tiio fnvorlto tind bost routo to nnd from points Knet, Northeutt ettul
BouthoiiHt, nnd corronpondtntr points W ent, NorthwnHt and jSouthwect.
'i'lio Hack. Island Kttt'iiu liiclialtts in its main lino and brunches, Chlcapro,
Jollot, Ot tavvf, I,ti Hiilli), I'oorlu, Unnuseo, Molino and Roclc lrlan!, in lllinoih;
Diivonport, Muscatlnn, Wiiahlniton, Falitlold, Ottiunwo. Ofkaloona, Weft
I.lborty, Iowh City, Uia Molnos, Incllimoln, VVInterset. Atlantic, K;-.osvlllo,
Audubon, Harlan, Guthrlu Omtro and Council Bhitl's, in Iowa; (jullatln,
Ti-inton, CiiMH'ron tn4 K-insns City, In Minsouri; Leavenworth and Atchifon,
In K-irisas; Albert I-v, Minneapolis and tt. Paul, In Mlnm.sota; W'alrnown Iu
Dakota, uud hundreds of Intiirinodlato cities, towns, villages and statxns.
Ctuaraiito-Mj Us patrons that eenao of personal security afforded by a solid,
thoroughly billn-ded road-beil; smooth trucks of continuous Fteel n-.:;;eub-ftanti.iU-
built culverts a:id brt les; rolling stock as near porh-ct on
liumiin el:!ll cm inako it; th siitety appliances of patent bulfets. platioitxirt
and nlr-briikes; ami that x-i'Hlu ctiHCiplInu which Koverns tho practical
operation of all Its trains Oft'ior specialties of this route are Tranters at
nil connecting rioints in Union Derois, and tho unwurpadtit-d comk rta and
luxuries of its Pas.4on'er Kouipmont.
Tho Fast Express Trains lintween Chlcruro and the Missouri niversre com
posed of w-jll ventilated, tine! y upholstererl Day Couches, MaKintlcent Pullman
Palace Hleepors of tho latest tlo-lvrn, and sumptuous Pinimr Cars, in which
elaborately cooked rnouls nro leisurely eaten, 'Vood Diurestlon wiutintf oh
Appetite, and Health on both." Between Chicago und Kantas City axui
Atchison, iro also run tho Celebrated Iioclinlnkf Chair Cars.
H ho dirtx-t and favorlto lino between Chicago nnd Minneapolis and St. Paul,
where connections nro mad') in Union Denots for all points In tho Terrtonea
and British Provinces. Over this rout. Fast Kxnress Trains are run to tho
watering pliu-ej. Humm -r resorts, picturesque localities, and hunrinx find fish
inif f;roun(is of Iowa and Minnesota. It Is also the most desirable route to tho
rich wheat holds and pastoral lnnd cf interior Dakota.
Ktill nnother DIRKCF LINK, via Sennca and Kankakoo, has been opened
between Newport News. Richmond. Cincinnati. Indianapolis, and Lafayett and
Council Bluffs. Kansius City, iIineenro!is and yt. Paul and Intermediate points.
For dotailttd information see Maps anil Folders, obtainable, as well art
Tickets, at all princNul Ticket 0:Ucl-s in tho United States and Canada; or
by addressing
President and General Manager, Chicaao. General Ticket and Fassenqer Agent, Chicago.
When von gi to
( ' 1 I I ( 'A ( i
I )oii't forget that
5S and f0 W.Mutlson St.,
Has the LARr.KSTniHl I'lNKST
Parlor Suits,
Chamber Sots,
Stoves, Carpets,
Organs, Etc.
In the NORTH WKST, at prices
beyond competition. ($ percent,
discount to anyone bringing this
advertisement with them. i i
Best in thcbrIJ

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