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A -*, ^ f >V n^ p i^ r *3,4' if ,i ! ^'^^ iii^ii^joM •g£i'fr > t% fif^S £F\ -IMTTT^ •» „, • ffst, B"»—^ ^"'SJP -.- 5 - s -,-->Jf VOLUME 8. STEELING, ILLINOIS, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 3 1889. NUMBER 171. Coal, Lumber and Salt Oheao ••* j&z/s f7?.<5 hialisst market price fort. | I S railed the "Father of there I 'eV because _ \ Is tio meillum through which dlsmsn so oflen ntt'ackn the. systom as bv Hie absorption oi poisonous puses In'thc retention ot decayed Bud o.flete matter In the stomach and bowels. It Is caused by a Torpid Liver, not enough bile being excreted from tlie blood to iirodiice Nature's own cathartic, and Is generally accompanied with B'.ich results as Loss of Appetite? Sick Headache, Bad Breath etc. FThe treatment of Constipation does not con- Blstmerely In unloading tbe bowels. The medicine must not only act as a purgative, but be a tonic as well, nnd not produce after Its use greater coKtlvenens. To secure a regular habit of body without changing the diet or dlsorganl ing tbo nyste.ni J" My attention, after suffering with Constipation for two or three years, was called to Hlm- nions Liver Regulator, and, having tried almost everything else, concluded to try It I first took a wlncgTaasful and afterwanls reduced the dose to a tcaspooiiful. as per directions, after each meal. I found that It had done me so much cood that I continued It, until I took two bot.Ues. since then I have not experienced any difllculty, I keep It In my honso and would not be without It butnavonousafortt. Ithavlngcured me."--OFO \V. BIMS, Ass't. Clerk Superior Cour Bibb Co.- Ueorgla.il Take only the Genuine Which baa on the Wrapper the red J3 I mark and signature of J. n. 95KILIN A CO. Whites and Blacks at War with Other. SLAUGHTER OF NEGEOES GOING OK EU-IOUHKESS, HEARTBURN, JOXSPEFSIA, SICK HEADACHE IJVEK 1KDIOE8TION JAUNDICE - S5TT BEING TEE GENUINE DR.!?. E¥3cLA^E^ss^ CELEBRATED" _^_ PILLS! PHEPARED OH1.T BT FLEMING BROS., Pittsburgh, Pa, 49-Bciraro of COUHTEKFEITS nudo In 81 Loal«.*i| riftrwn Alrnftdy Phot or Hung nnd Moro lo lie Hcmrd From—Objoctlom to a Nnpro Podlmnnlor Mny Olvu Uncln S:tm nn OppnlnK—Ills Oftlro Hni-notl—Alnrnt In Bibb Connty, Ala.—Tho Trmiblo In nil«- RlRRnlppl nnil Its Allpf( 0( l Cau^o. GRKENWOOD, Mlns., Sopt. 3.—The Rtcamor Allen nrrlvc-1 hrro nt 10 o'clock last night, bringing tho military who had boon sent to Mintor City to suppress tho nogro outbreak, Rolinblo reports ssy that a po»so of 200 men bad prccc led ' thorn thoro nnJ dispersed tho mob of frenzied blacks. Dalphorton, a leader, was killed by a detachment of citi- fns. Ho hnd been ordered to surrender, but boldly defied them to touch him. Over thirty shots .wero fired into him. Why They IVoren't Wuntoil. It is reliably stated tliat tho state troops were \vitlulrn\vn for the reason thattht> pos§ did not want them there because they would Ivstrntn nml restrict them from carrying out their ill-termination to kill every nogro who Imd anything to do with tho mob. Already fifteen of the colored disturbers feavo Iwon shot or hanged, and tho soldiers Jeclaro that tho bloody work was in progress In-fore tho troops had gotten out of sight ft Minter City. NEW ORLEANS, Sopt 8.—A Jackson,Miss., ipecinl to Tho Picayuno says that Governor Lowry arrived thoro from Greenwood yesterday morning by special train. Boforo he l»ft Greenwood he prevailed upon tho armed whites," ho had assembled there, ;to return to thofr homos instead of carrying out their intention oC going to the scene of tho threatened race wnr. Tho throo military companies that left Greenwood at midnight Sunday by bont had not been hoard from. It is not thought now that a conflict will take place unless it should happen before tho troops arrive. '— Oliver Cromwell, the alleged jingr^ loader. of the Hot, 'arrlvail hern Sunday night from Vicltuburg, and sayu that thero bad boon no conflict when ho left Greenwood. Ho was ordered to loavo for soliciting tho trade of the colored membors of tho Farmers' alliance for n co-operativo store at Durant, thus taking tho trade away from La Floro county merchants, BURNED A POSTOFFICE. —SPECIALTIES.— The Finest, Moat Durable, anil holds Its shape the best of any whip In tlie market. The Easiest Dumped, [Easiest Bun- niug and Latest Improved Sweeper made. Fancy Fatont, per sack, $1.50. H»H Patent. " 1.40. Two sacks 12.80 " " 2.80 Borne of the oldest residents,'of this city claim this to be the best Hour they ever used In the State of Illinois. Oream of Patent, Sun, I>aisy and. IVIinn. JR oiler in stock. liecnude the Fostmnnt«r WnJi n Nrgro, IVIm Rays Ho Will Stick. MONTGOMKHY, Ala., Sept. 8.—Tho post- office building ut Lawrence, Ala., was burno<l Sunday night, supposedly by whita citizens, who were indignant at tho appointment of a colored postmaster. Henry Gomez, a coal black negro, who had taken a prom!- iuent part In politics for several years, a short time ago was appointed postmaster by President Harrison. Tho selection of Gomez was very offensive because thero are only a few negroes in the place, and tho whites,both Republicans and Democrats, objected to having o negro in charge of tho offlco. Threats have boon mado that Gomez should never act as postmaster, and numerous petitions and remonstrances have been sent to the president, but without avail. Tha government owns no building at Lawrence, and different postmasters have, therefore, been allowed $400 yearly as rental. Thoy Try Incendiarism. Gomez bad considerable trouble in renting a building, but on Saturday succeeded in renting an unoccupied store on lower Main street, and Intended to taka possession Monday and move tho'postofllco thero nt once. Sunday night at 10 o'clock tho building was discovered to bo on fire, nnd soon burned to tho ground. It is thought the" bulld!ng_wag tired by some of tho whites who have opposed; Gcmiz. 'Oilier owners are afraid to rent their buildings to tho negro, fearing thoy will bo burned. There is a strong probability that Gomez will bo driven out of town If be persists in trying ta officiate as postmaster. Gomez says ho will not relinquish his office, and thut ho bos assurances from "Washington thut tho poatoQleo will bo closed and citizens compelled to get their mail elsewhere if bo Is not allowed to perform his duties. A Good Stock of Tin'Tomato Cans, Very Cheap, Also a few dozen of j MASONS GIASS FRDIT JARS AND JELL TUMBLERS LEFT AT '.--. I* Jv. JOHNSON'S. NEW AND SECOND HAND. O. A. Oliver. THE RESULT OF LAWLESSNESS. Lynching anil Such Thlnga Hour Their Legitimate Fruit. HIRMINOHAM, Ala., Sept. a—Trouble is expected, in Bibb county, about thirty miles south of this city, between the two races. Both have been arming In anticipation of the troubla Tho trouble seems to have originated last November, when a battle occurred between a posse and a crowd of negrons they tried to arrest without warranta Several men were killed aud woundod, and there has been bad feeling since. Matters wero precipitated by the killing of John Lawrence by negro burglars at Montevolto on Friday night, aud the lynching of two negroes suspected of the crime tho following night The white people are much alarmed, and many of them aro sending their wives and children away. •_ One Thouxand Volta Killed Him. NEW YORK, Sept. a—Darwin A. Henry, •uperintcndent of construction for the East River Electric Light company, was instantly killed yesterday at tho company's works, 431 East Twenty-fourth street, by receiving a shock Irom a current, said to bo of 1,000 volta. Ho was standing OH a ladder making some change in tho wires of tho switchboard, when in some way—it. is not positively known how—ho came in contact with the wirus so that a current was completed through his boily, from one hand to the other. The right hand was burned to the bone; the left hand was only scorched. Henry did not utiera sound, but fell from the laddur uml was apparently, dead before reaching the floor. deduced thu'llogton-t'hli'ugo Kate. BOSTON, Kc-|jt. &—TUu t'iU.-hburj{ railway annoum'i-t* a $1 rwtuction lit iti pasnouger rate to Chicago viu tbo Erin and Bo-itoii Una, Hie lira'.-clisa ruto from Boston to Chicago fill, ini'l " t~ reduction via the .Sliuru louU', milking the rato $:» by tbia n.u ••. 'Cm' Fitcliburu road thus Uikoa tbo UilTv'i-untinU so long elaim«t of t! via THE NATIONAL BALANCE SHEET. Drbt Incrptucel nnd ^urpln^ Itpditcod— Hoiivy ron«ilon KxpcnROi. "SVAfHINOTON C'ITT, Rept. 3.—Tho public debt statement i.ssuod from tho treasury de- partmont ycsfrirday shows an Incrontio of the debt during August of $0,070,65:1. Daring July tho inrro.iso in tho debt amounted to (1,017,311, thug making tho increase 'or tho two months f7,0!VI,00:). The bomic-d indebtedness 1ms boon reduced $lfi,'.£K),000 during tho past month, aud now amounts to $S~3,573,303. The Snrplns Docronied *23,OOO,OOO. Tho net cash or Burpliis«ln tlie treasury amounts to fW^^II.noil, or ?23,3I!7,1M) less than a month IIRO. National bank depositaries hold ?M^,!J^5,i>35 of governinont funds, or about $3,000,000 more than on Aug. 1. The gold fund balance has decreased about $2,000,000, nnd amounts to $180,051,070, and tho silver fund balance, exclusive of ?0,000,000 trado dollar bullion, bus decreased about 57,500,000, and now amounts to 1H,2G2,840. Receipts ntul Kxpomlltaro*. Government receipts during tho past month aggregated $34,470,110"), about $1!;S,000 less than in August, 1SS3. Customs receipts were, in round numlxjrs, $30,500,000, against J31,!I70,000 in August, IsttS, and In- tornal rovcnua receipts were (11,105,0^0, or nearly $1,500,000 greater than In August a year af;o. Expenditures during the pnst month worn unU'Hinlly heavy, nmouiiting 10^^,21)0,349, against $31,1 ir>,*;s in August, IKSS. The pension clmrgo lor tho past, month amounted to .*20,2-W,W.I, or Hourly *!>,000,0<X) more than in August, IsRS. Tho pension charge for tho t\vo uunitl^—July nml August— amounted to ?:;r>.4U- >J 211, or_._fully f!l,r«:0,000 more thnn for the months of July and August of last year, but about fli.000,000 of pension moiH'y paid out tins yenr WHS used lo pay pensions due during the last quarter of the preceding fiscal your. _. ._ .Cnnipurntlve Figures. Rpceipts and expenditures for tho two months of the present fiscal year, compared with the ccrresponding mouths of the preceding year, wero us follows: Receipts— July and August, ia^, $liC>,:l.'>7,lU5; July July nnd August, 1SSH, Jlw,H'J.S.078. Ex- ponditni't's—July and August. IhMJ, f8i),207,- W2; July nnd August, f%SM, $(il),U.'i7,:iOU. DprrpnHtt 111 Itunk (Ml-otihitlotl. A statement prepared by the comptroller of the currency shows'tlmtduring tho month of July there was n decrease in tho national bnnk-noU; circulation amounting to $J,;JI10,- 738, nnd that sincu Aug. 81, 1XSS, or for the past, twt-lve months, the docron.io nggrogated 'MO,5HO,!«)(1. --•'•- - : Cireulntion basod on United States bontln increased J21i>,34l during July past, hut for the twelve, months ended Aug. M there wns a decrease aggregating $2(>,033,. r »Hl. On Aug. 31 registered bonds amounting to $148,150,700 wero on deposit.to secure circulation. Of this amount, $ 103,3111,050 wero 4 per cjnts., $4I,3!«,IV)0 wero4^|x)r c,mts.,and $4,3Cli,- 000 wero I'nclflc railroad 0 percent, bonds. Tnftt of n DeHootlve -Armor. WASHINGTON CITY, Sopt. 3.—Tho navy department has arranged for a trial to-morrow of tho deflective armor designed by Chiof Engineer Clark, of tho navy. The tost will take place at tho Aunapajis proving ground. In 1833 congress appropriated money to defray the expenses of making and testing tho armor, but this, was not done. Finally tho bureau of ordnance constructed it. Tho armor consists of a doublo curved turtle-back turret designed for tho dock of n ship to protect a gun. This is four inches thick. It is claimed that it will deflect a shot that would penetrate thirteen inches of iron. Tho gun used will bo one of tho now eight-inch rifles recently turned out from tho ordnance foundry in Washington. It will bo planted 25X1 yards from tho turret and loaded with a charge of powder suillcient to drive tho shot through thirteen inches. Seven shots will beared unless tho target is broken before that point is readied. Tha test will cost nearly $19,000. This includes the cost of tho turret. ' ' A Growl at Milwaukee. WASHINGTON CITY, Sopt, ;t.—Among those returned from the G. A. li encampment at Milwaukee Sunday night nns Mr. C. H. Ingram, who thus discourses as to tho entertainment at tho Cream City t-i'It tho membitra of tho encampment had decided to come to Washington wo could have entertained thorn four times ns well as wu were entertained in Uilwaukeo, and it would not have cost us more than $20,000. As a mutter of fact wo wero not entertained at Milwaukee at all. We wore overcharged by every doalor, there was no banquet, no excursions, and not even enough badges to go around. Tho town was decorate-.l, nnd ono of the browing companies dispensed plenty of beer, but that was alt Milwaukee is but a small town, and this affair waa too much for it." Brawn on the March. Sons of Toil Take a Day Off for Recreation. THE HOLIDAY GENEEALLY KEPT. Bcluwltch were among tli-* S|,f»nkrr5. Resolutions offered by Mr. Kclievit---h n-ero ndopt- ed, expressing sympathy with tbo London strikers, nnd pleilpinc them linnnrinl niil. A collection for that purpnso was taken up, amounting to n considerable sum. II In Hope* Are lilaMtoil. WASIUNUTON CITV, Sept. 3.—The position of chief of tho bureau of statistics, now held by William P, Switzler, of Missouri, baa been tendered to S. G. Brock, of Missouri, a defeated candidate for x*ongrosa at the last election. Col. Switzlor, although appointed under tho lust administration, baa hud hopes that ho would bo allowed to re- mam in office. ' An Offer to Jiilm R. Thomas. .. ' WASHINGTON CITY, Sept 3.—Tho position of member of the Venezuelan claims commission has, it is understood, been tendered to ex-Representative John It. Thomas, of Illinois. Capt. Thomas is a candidate for commissioner of th« general land olllco, and has refused to accept tbe Venezuelan appointment ' Clerk* Hnve to Work Over Time. WASHINGTON CITY, Sept 3.—The clerks in tho sixth auditor's offlco will, beginning to-day, como on duty at 8:30 H. m. and work until 5 p. m. Tbe office work is very much behind-hand, and Sixth Auditor Coulter finds it uooossary to increase tho working hours of bis force to bring it up. He No Lynching »t Benemer. BESSEMKH, Mich., Sept 3.— Holzhay, tha bandit, la in jail bore and the jail, which Is a rattle-trap in itself, is guarded by a force of determined men, all well armed. It is stated, also, that Sheriff Foloy bus told Holzhay that if any lawlessness la likely to be successful ha will turn him loose with a coupla of "guns." The sheriff says he will also have a couple himself, aud that there will be several funerals if Judge Lynch tries to arrange one. There ia Bomo quiet excitement here, but there will probably bo no trouble. A CA»H Ht-gUter Company Itaatrained. CHICAGO, Kept 3— JuJge Blodgott, of the UnittU 8tat. « district court, yesterday granted an order retraining tbe National Cash Regiitur cuni|xuiy from proctiftliDy with any suUs in Chicago or elxewhere, or bringing ftjsy nu»r» iuiu,, Rgain^t a^»utn or Two Fine Parades at Clilcu(;o7~l : 'nilow«vi l>y Plcnlcn In the "Wood*—F«uture«i of the Demon strnti on H—A I^ocomotlvo In ^Vooil —Nlgbt ftlootliif; In Cooppr Inntftutc, Now York—Sympathy nnd Knconrngo- ment for tlie London I>»ck Htrlkcrn. CHICAOO, Sopt 3.—There wore two celebrations of Labor day in this city yesterday, one under tho auspices of tho Trades nsscm- bly and the other managed by tho KnighU of Labor. Both wore inaugurated by processions through tho principal streets, .and each made a fine display, albeit tho assembly parade was about twice as long as tho other. The Trades Annemhly. Aboutp.,000 men were in lino in tho Trades assembly parade, which marched at )1 a. m. for Kuhn'a park, where tho afternoon exercises were held. Numerous bands and fife and drum corps made music for tho man in lino nnd tbo thousands who lined tho streets and filled windows and doors alonj tho lino of march. The Chicago Typographical union, No. 10, led the procession, just bolund a squad of police from tho Desplaines street ulnliuu. . Tliu. printers presautcd.. a . ilistin-. guisbt'd appearance. They were more elaborate In their uniform than any other body. Fine, mouso-colorod soft hats wore worn, with long linen dusters and li^htc.im's. K:tch one also wore a rosette and button-hole bouquet, besides the nent blue, 1 bad^u of the union, and inimt>nsorsunflowers..__Mnj. Nevans' baud was in tho midst or the body. Fifteen" chniKvls wero in line. Hud u.Wonden l^ocrinintlTn Along.' Tho horseshoers camo nlonr; with rakish black caps of a shining material. They wore tho apron of the socii'ty, which wore niude of n fine whito cloth, on which was om- broidorpd a horseslux). Afloat represent ing their work, with men at work on red-hot shoos, was one of tho realistic scenes. The horseshoers turned out TiOO strong. Tho second division was maJo up of cnr- penters and joiners and 'Wood-cnrvi-rsto the number of S.WKI. .Tl»> K\yilchmiMi'» Mutual.. 'union-wore not satisfied with nnytliinpcel.se than a "pony" lo comotivp of tho switching variety. . It was indeed a fine imitation of tho real engine. It was mado of wood, and all tho important parts wore there, from the lender to tbo cylinders and'driving rodi The switchmen also carried appropriate mottoes, and wero about 1,200 strong. Tho were nearly 4(K) iron molders in line. They wore blue flannel shirts nnd whito belts, blue hats, and carried small boquets and canes. Fully 2,.'.00 members of tub Bricklayers' and Stono-Cuttors' unions marched behind Blutchor's band. A uniform hat was worn and each carried a cane. Tho cigar- makers, metal-workers, harness-makers, bakers, tin- workers, gos-flttorsi anda largo nuinbjr. of., other unions followed. Nearly 100 carriages, docoratod with flow ers, banners, and festoons, were distributed through tho procession, carrying thn officers of tho various assemblies and unions. rionlo at Kulmo'M Park. Tho line of march was crowded with sightseers who cheered tbo unions na they tramped along and complitiiontcd them on their appearance. The procession reached Kuhne's park shortly after noon, whore a picnic was the ordor of the day, and it was a great success. Tho largo crowd onjoyod Itsolf thoroughly with games of every description, foot-racing, and dancing. There was no spoecbmaklng. Among tho visitors to the grounds was Mrs. Lucy Parsons, who sat at n table, rpbod in somber black, and industriously sold her husband's books, "Anarchy" and "Life of 'Albert Parsons." She did not do a thriving business. THE KNIGHTS OF LABOR. They Mnko n Creditable Display nnd Plc- < nlo at Willow 8iirln~». —Somewhere-in-the-neighboi'hood of 4.500 Knights of Labor gave a day to recreation yesterday, beginning, like the assembly,with a parade through tho city. Tho procession started headed by 200 members tho central council and a band. They were followed by the Boot and Shoo Makers'assombl ies 70S, 0,078, and 7!IO, about 450 strong. Those knights wore blue softfet hats and dude whito gloves. They also carried canes. They mado a fine showing. Brick-Makers' assemby 1,771 turned out the largest body of men, about 600 bronzed-faced toilers marching in tho procession. They wore brown soft felt hats and carried light canes. Tho ladies were represented by n dozen young women in carriages covered with bunting. They.belonged to Women's Assemble 10,229. Several colored ladies also rode in carriages. Tho ship-carpenters and caulkers turned out 200 hardy workers, who, like tho rest of their brethren, wore the light blue felt hats and carried canes, as did also 200 members of tho William Lloyd Garrison assembly. Tho National Wood-Carvers' assembly numbered 200 men, the Coal-Bearers' union 200, the Mattress-Makers' assembly G,OG3, 90; Carpenter*' union 0,570, 200; Carpenters' unions 6,578 and 1,700, GOO; Vulcan Iron- Workers' assembly, 150. Feature* of the Turn-Oat. Contrary to custom but little expression to tbo sentiments of tbo knights on labor questions was given. One of tho unions carried a staff on which was tacked a large, whito placard which bore the words: "Our Country; Shall We Be Permitted to Live in ItJ" A free trade knight carried a banner on which was Inscribed tho free trade sentiment: "Protection; It Does Not Protect" A feature of tbo parade was that all the bauds were composed of KnighU of Labor, Under the Greenwood Troe, After traversing the line of parade a halt was made at tbe Union railway station, where a special train was boarded for Willow Springs, where the Hrat thing on tho programme was a. speech by Judge Prendor- .gast There wore fully 5,000 people on tho grounds when Judge Prondurgast was Introduced to them. The judgo spoke at some length on the proper relation of labor to society, and on the necessity of education for the masses. Judgo Tuthill followed, and entertained tho largo company until it waa time for the games to begin. The games and races proved >vry popular, and dtuiciug, boating, and other A'nusomtt.tts kept tha cumpa:iy busy up to thu leaving of the last train at 7 o'clock. The H»y nt Olhpr Points. CrttCAGO, Sept 3. — From reports received from all parts of the east, west, and northwest, it is shown that Labor Day was very generally observed. In New York 00,1100 men paraded and nil tho public buildings wero closed, while thn national ensign was flyin; everywhere. Tho day ended wilb a monster picnic. Celebrations wore held nt Topeka, Kan.; Pittsburg and many other points in western Pennsylvania; Philadelphia, where business was very nearly at a standstill all day; Bos ton, Mass., the celebration b'..'ing general; Peoria, Ills.; Denver, Col., nnd innumerable other places. Sending Sympathy to Durnn. PHILADELPHIA, Sept :i. —Tho United Labor league, at n mooting yesterday, voted to send a cablegram to John Burns, loader of tbo London strikers, expressing sympathy for the strikers and urging them to stand firm. _____ Addressed by Powderly nnd Abbott. NKW YORK, Sept 3. —Ex-Gjvernor Ali- bett and Mjistor Workman Toivderly addressed n largo mass-meeting of workinginen at Newark, N. J., yesterday. LIVE CATTLE AND BEEF. Sonatorn Absolutely Pure T'Thls powder never varies. A'marvel^ot purly strength and wholesomeness. More economical than (he ordinary kinds, and can not be sold In competition .with the multitude of low test, short weight, aimnn or I'hosphate powders. Mold o ilvt I rill!-!. It.lTAIi-'KAiriNO PrtWDF.ll Co , 41M Wall •<'.. J — TILE FLOORS ARDPII PLACE AT *!«»I>i:it. \Vt> rnrrr Uie 'largest _._ iin.Nt «'<»1IPI. ...TK nlocte sin. Ili'tfcl original «» nrllJitlf nil.I IllCS'r 4l4>.l| xlpcn* 111 llilx i-oimlry.Av We shall lie pleas.-il I o correspond wl ine purrhnjK'M nr invite lii"|oct inn of our complete Htock. We art, manufacturers. 307-309 WABASH AVE. CHICAGO. Hi. PEK LINE. ARE YOR READING THE Small Ads In lh« Evening Gaiettol 0KE Of f. SERIES OF PICTURES REPRESENTING COFFEE CULTURE. WATCH FOR THE NEXT. Trrlnf; to Oblnln Somo Important InCormntlnn. 'j CHICAGO, Sept. 'J. — The United States sen- . nto committee began the work of inve^ti- "gatT'ng" the" tratihporTa tloiT ""fucili 'ties"~a'ird fressod boef product nf Chicago and viciu- ily at tho Grand Pacific hotel yesterday morning. The committee .consists of Vest, Manderson, Cullom, I'lunib and Farwell. j The 'first witness was li T. Jeffery, pen- ' _ornl manager of the Illinois Central, who | testified UmTfilie Illinois Central was not jn- I tores! rd in the stock yards, anil had no ' agreement with that compr.ny as to trans- ! portntk'ii rati.'s for slock. He had not the exact figures, but thought tho profits of car- j rying dressed boat' and live stock wero about ' thuKimi'. lie had given a letter containing ; the oxart llgurivi to Ju Igu Morrison, ot tin- I intcr-stnUi railway commorco commissiun, I and wtmld be glil<l to submit a copy of it to I tho committee. A Mai tor for Investigation* .-.Sylvnims.WilcMT, of Kl^in, Ills., a man of large ex|K'i'ie!ir.- ii> buying mid soiling cattle, is well as tho handling of dro.ssiid moat, said there had been a steady decline in the value of beef caHlo during llin last fuw yonrs,with- out any decline in tho price to the consumer. This was a point tho senators seemed deeply interested in. The average price of cattle had fallen olF, he said, nearly 50 per cent., and yet tho consumer paid as much for bis meat as ever and in sorno cases more. rJKUroi Tluit Tell tlin Story. Silas 11. Larkin, also of Klgin, was called. Ho had been engaged in tho cattle business in Texas and elsewhere, til together having had about thirty years' vxjieriunco. IIu camn loaded with figures, which showed that the prices of live cut-tin had fallen from £U. 7fi .ucr.100 pounds Ju.lSSO_ to Ib.OI in I.SS'J. He complained that tho cost of transporting live cattlo by rail was so much |iighi-r thtin for dressed beef that dealers refused to buy tho entile, .preferring tho bt>cf thoy bought at Chicago, and prac'lic illy gavo this city tho control of tho market. Supply nnd Deiimml Controls. Several cattlo com nission merchants wore also examined. Their t-vidoncfl was to the effect that supply and demand was tho only thing that controlled tho price at the stock yards. _ SAN BORN; OUR COFFEES HAVE A NATIONAL REPUTATION REPRESENTING - ......... THE FINEST CROWN. 'S 1 A T li"E> A 'WTl f*f*'F"P'l. 1 ' 1 S? JAVA ana MOOHA, JbiLJU J5Jc&i&.i\lJ,dLIJ: Jt JbJb, surpassing all others its richness and delicacy of flavor. Justly called The Aristocratic Coffee of America. Always packed whole roasted (unground) In 2 ID. nlr-tlffht tin cane. ' in H. W. BUNN, Sale AoGnt fQr J3y IDealinj? -witli Him "Yow Will Avoid the jMieldleman'.-s 3?jroiit» Coffees in. tlxe A SOLON IN DIFFICULTY. fur. Pen- Division of the Town. r abu rontrMtti tiw N'tttiwuk -ui t knotted t Of with »uu uf lutiia- ti|>«aUinf for Klgtit Hour*. Niw YORK, No pi 3. —.-VtHmt 8,uc> j a u>!i«*.m«<'.itig Ui»t ui^ht at tli* jvr Iriatiutut, as which u injiuUir of jitiiA-U UU r kji-KtJi <j» >. i in fHi ? a tt'ikiu^ T I ,rtit h ur T & t t }i> I'l.t 4 t.l t 1 I. -Ji • tf I •> f I %! •ill |A ti 1 i \ i«53*- It U _f ,.• T v ^ . $, £ Arront nl n Hootiim' Lu^lMlutur Hion Crooked Unas. iNmANAPOi.is,. Sept, 3. —Leo F. Wilson, member of the legislature from Shelby county, nud Jan.) Fox, of Cynthia, the sumo county, wero nrrcbtwl yesterday by a deputy .United States marshal nnd brought to this city charged with violating tho pension law;*, lioth parties waived preliminary hearing and were bound over to court in .the sum of * 1,000 each. Stiitottinnt of the Case. Tho affidavit upon which .the arrest was mado charges Wilson with having mada alll- davit l»foro tho circuit court that thu woman was never really tho wife of Fox, with whom she. lived snmo yoirs until his death, nnd that tho tlire • children born to them were, illugitimat'. . Upon tho facts set forth the pension <lu* her by tlie death of her first hu.-iband, Oliver Snydor, a Union soldier, was r.wwed by tho department, nnd Mrs. Fox received §l,'JO;i bnek pav. BURNED BY A FURIOUS FIRE. Nino PerHnnn Crcmtitrd nml u Town In GUEAT FALLS, M. T., Sept :i.—The town of Barker was almost totally destroyed by fli-o Sunday, which starUil in a minor's camp nnd swept up tho vulley, burning all tho eastern portion of tho camp.' It is supposed that a man named Ellis, his wifuund four children lost their lives. There are also three, men missing, lin'il thoy wore undoubtedly burned to death. Ulg Uuy fur Ilane Hull. CHICAGO, Se.pt. S.-^Vattcrday was n big day for work in tun base, bull clubs, most of those in both League aud Association playing two games. 1^-Bgini scores wero: At lios- tou—(drat game) Unstnn 8. Indianapolis o; (second "gnnu) Lioston 1, Indianapolis 0; at t'liiladefpiiia—(tirst ghme) riiilailolphia }, Chicago '2—ton innings; (second i;ame) 1'iiil- a<lelphin JJ, Chicago 2; nt Now York—(tirnt game) New York 0, Pittsburg C; (second game) New York II, Pittsburg 0—sovmi innings, darkness; at Washington City—Washington !j, Cleveland 6. Amerieun association: At Brooklyn—(first game) Brooklyn 7, Cincinnati 4; (second game) -Brooklyn 4, Cincinnati 11; at Philadelphia—(first garni 1 ) Athletic 3, Kansas Cily 8; (second game) Athletic 4, Kansas City 4—ten iunings.darU- ness; nt Baltimore—Baltimore 10, Louis- ville'A Western league: At Milwaukee—Milwau- kooll, Minneapolis 2; at Des , Moiiies— DJS Moinesh, Bt. Paul 9; at RU Jnse;.h—St. Jo- »'pli 8, Sioux City !!; at Denver—Donvur 'J, Omahn 7. Met tlu> 1'ciiuiyU-mill <:nt U:ite. CHICAOO, rV-pt. 3. — The Lotmville., Now Albany and Chicngii rua-1 > esterilay int>L the Pennsylvania's lanl **et'U's cut in Louisville, and Chiengo pMS^-jn:;er ratis !>y uuiking the same rate.s nail milking a further rut ID Ctu- iiiiiuuti. ri'dueiiig (he mimd-trip ralti from $10 to $•'( and Ihv nin^lo-trip rate I rum J6 to H. NI.IO.VIIA KAI.I.S, N. Y., S,.|it. S — C. D. Graham, tlio "t.vru" ,,f t!i,. t.\\'*, v/nt f.vllu; I «.:Vi**r yt-.te.r-.luy, HH>| at^n^ttlH^^l Uiui il IntiumerouB places in Sterling :IB well as in the country round 'About, it was unanimously resolved that Barney llickle was right in saying: If e'er I furnish a house again. From bureau through to table— • I'll buy of Reynold's Bros.—that is plein, ' • As soon as I am able I'm tired of all the iiimfly trash,* ' That now my house doth Oil; In sitting down thera is a crash 1 ••'"' And ano her mending bill. • Here, wife, you go to Reynolds Uros. now, And buy our goods anew— & \ : And if I'm caught again, 1 swow, 1 hope a lire may burn them too. . . - ' Have now on hand in their large store room, the largest and best stock of Ilouse Furnishing Goods ever brought to Ibis city. We invite the public to call and examine our stock of Furniture, such as ' L*arlor Sets, Dining- FEoom (Sets, Heel Hoom Seta, W all I*aper, \Vinclo^w Shades, Picture FVames, IVrapery, Carpets, Hewing- Machines. Prices the Lowest. We will not -be undersold, Re-Upholstering a Specialty.' Reynolds Bros., '<lii bu until 1 <U> *t nti 1.1 I it-J it ' C-.f • WKNT rUK\ITUUR STrtKK, ILLINOIS. \J We are handling and selling more flour than ever. Look at these brands, from $2.40 to $3.10 per hundred: MAGNOL.IA, GOLDEN CROWN, PEERLESS, BLUE RIBBON, CAPITAL. CRBAM- PATENT* ^KANSAS WINTER, SUN, . DAISY. All guaranteed to prove up as represented or return. save the people of this vicinity money, aud We mean do it to REMEMBER THE MIKADO MARKET. We are selling nothing but JVY>. 1 A

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