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The Joliet Daily News (Newspaper) - June 8, 1896, Joliet, IllinoisTHB NEWaC JOLIET. ILL., WEDNESDAT. JULY 8. 1896. & ’A Wrong Guess I You imagined that the old hose would last this summer, Iwt it won’t. Now is a good tiüe to get a new reel of Red Carbon Hose! It^ the kind that lasts longer ttum other makes and don’t cost any mwe money than the ilMaper hose. We sell everything in 9utuuier Hardware necessities at iatisfactoiy prices this month. The Automatic Cali-fcmia Sprinkler will save you a lot of time and work. It always avorksjttst i^t The Daily News T»« NEVA'S COMPANY. IAS. B. maiSS..................Pnnmarr B.K. BALDWIN...................Sk.-Tmas 6Ba R HIBCHB..........BcnHi    Mamamm báiLT soncnrrKMi lun. OelivcngtfWCurrier.  A Sickle a Week ...............................TwoSlckl'** «■nur suMoarnoa iutb.'- - ' Sost-paicL flae ^MT......................... Paid in aihnnoe.............................. uj| ROBT. MEERS 205 Jefferson Street (WWICIAI. WBATHKB rOKBCAA k.a.) □ ■MBtaan or A«uoai.TOu «satebi MmSAC. Chifl^ Jaljr a 9:10 n. m.— Fnkrtooighl nadTbDndar. Wnnn er in omtnl portion tonight Garriott iXAnauEifT or cibcvlatiox. Following Ifln statement of the nnm bof of capim <rf The Joliet Dailj News (bat were deUvered toaobscaibera daring the niootb of Jon^ 1896: Hothing Escapes üs. XFerytfaing is Coming Our Way. Bww mast be a good reason for it 0«r rqtntaiion la made for sellijig ABly strictly pure drugs and chem-Jcals. And as for Soda Water— well, yon will never know what teally superfine Sjda is until you drink mí our fonataina DATS. 1............... i............... $.............. 4.............. 6............... •  ........ 7............... 8............... 5............... 10..............• U...............‘ 12.............. 1 5............... M............... Ifi............... 1 6..............1 17 .............. coras, S.555 S,544 A,»44I •.AM 21 •.•MQ •JN» a............. a,676 Sondar •.Ml •JMS SJM8 &A43 8.S50 a. CJIS4 Sondar •M4 ».«72| •A oopm. SM7 AJÍ99 5,5*5 Sondar 5,598 28..... 30.... 6,579 5,545 6,554 6,531 Simdar 6,587 5,637 Total  144,5«* Trtage....^. 5.560 THORNTON The Drn^tit. Bring us your... ...Horseshoeing. We do the best Carriage repairing and painring in the city at reasonable prices. MURRAY & RICE heat Dom* East ol Masonic Temide. 639 Jefferson Street. “A Hew Broom., etc.” It’s more than true about a bakery. 1 VIENm BIIEIIY, 418 COILTNS STREET, has been porchased by ARTHUR C. FRANKLIN.a Practical Baker of 12 years’ experience. GIVE US A TRIAL STATE (W ILLDBHS, CoowT OP Will.    j*** Í w*Ur that the above statement is correct true.    iBYWo    Mc(^as, CiEcnlator. Subscribed and sworn to beiore rae this Istdar of July. A- D. 1886. A. R. IfOBOAir, s*AL.i    Notary    Pabya Press Room and Circulation Books always open to the pobtlc, and inspection invRed. People’s Pmrty Conntr ConTention. “Sing on! Pray (ml Vote on, we’re gaining ground and the people are o<nn-ingourwayl” The Populists of Will <»unty* will convene at lobor ball, (%mer Ottawa and Jefferson streefe^ Saturday, July 11 at 10 o’clock & m. In a mass convention for tbe purpose of selecting delegates to the conventions and transacting otbor bosi-ness. Let every township in the county bo fully represented. Work of tbe greatest must be done. The invitation extends to all who wish to be identifled with a living and growing reform. We are the second party in twenty-two states of tbe Union. By order of (xmimittea LEE C. SHUMAKER, ABRAHAM L. BARB, President. Seorotary. In the H-istocal college which reeogaiaes tha Doffllnoe (tf a political vonwitlai. Or evuu in the house of mprmentetivas the Bepublieans ate not certain of th e •leetion of McKinl^, when Ik is omtsld-«Md that the “voting stakes” eanwot be oountod f(ff the Repablioan nomlnea We regard tbe effort of ÚiafswPopaUsts who have undertaken to force Teller’s nomination upon the Democrats as decidedly poor politics. In tbe fltsk placa there is no earthly riiow of his being nomlnateJ-and it will be a very difflculk mskker to (xmrinm tí» St. Louis eoqven tion thi^ it will be a wise and propsr thing to nominate a man who has baen homiliatod fay defeat in tbe Demoisatie TARIFP AND NAILS. , RAILROAD DISCUSSION ON COMMON SUBJECTS. convention. It looks to us as if Mr. Tel ler is being made a victim of a few in discreet and ovwhh^oos trienda WHISKY IN ALASKA.-It seems that jories way up in Alaska are ju^ as nncertgin quantities as here in civilised Illinois when it comes to liqnor c.uM. The traffic is illegal, except for medical purpoeesi in that tacrití»/, bnt saloons have gained a fbotíiold in part <a tiie t<writory, thanks to sympathetic jurisB. The govemment pttonicy secured indictments agaln*t aH Uquor seU ers in s<xithwest«n Alaska but In several instances the Jarles set Uncle Sam at <tó^oe by fredngtbe guHtF one*. This gave so much enoonragement to the trade” injonean, one of the prin-(dpiU citifla thaA according to Alaska pa-peia the salo(mkeqpan have been acting on tbe theory that them to no Jaw that can reach them, and defpthe aatborities dally. Ten days ag<L when tbe excnrsion steemar Queen was in p<wk tbe women tourists were snfojected to indecent comments from rowdies thronging tbe saloons. Marshall Hale’s attmnpt to arrest thmn precipitated a riot. Gons were used in the light that ensued, resnlting in the arrest of the lea<lers. That night a mob gathered and attem|ded ansnooessfolly to release the prtsoners. Citixei» are talking of forming a vigilance committee— sort of Municipal league. Davis m Castle arc a grctt racing team. They easily carried off the honors at Tnesday’s rare-ineet at Rivervlcw. The two most iniportnnt events of thu d^ went to them on thoir Kumbler Wheels, lilted with G. Ac J. Tiros. Both fast. The quarter mile open and the flno Tniidora race; ÍH«idés Ihroo seconds, one third and ono lourtii fell to them. J W« still sell RAHBLERS with O. & J. Tlreai flCYClE HOSPITAL howi Kuililinf, ^    Cba&    iK. Goodspeed, Watch Charms..*..........2Cc (Both Sideii alike) Sleeve Buttons......... c r    (OneJ’uir) Scarf Pm............. They arc made in two colors-GOLD and SILVER. 25c ,25c JOLIET HEWS STOEE. Joliet, III. A FfTLL AS80ETMEHT DESK PADS. All ti^es and prices, ^ news storr OMava lad Van Burea ADVICE TO POPULISTS AND DEMO-CRAT& “Unite and (Mnqucr” maybe a good maxim in war; but divido and conquer is sometimes just as good a rule in politics. If the Populists and free silver Democrats desire to defeat McKinley they cannot do it marching under the same banner and following the same political leader. As separate oi^anisations, however, with different candidates there is a good deal more than an oven chance of not only polling an immonsoly larger popular vote, but of obtaining a faandsorao majority in the electoral college. Adhering to the figures given In these rolumns a few days ago concerning the "Political Situation” McKinley will have 212 electoral votes out of a necessary vote of 224. Against this vote will be 61 trans-Missouri votes and 153 Southern votes—making a total of 214. This loaves 21 votes to contend for—12 of which are necessary to Republican success and ton to the opposition. Thf«o needed voles may come from Indiana—or even froni Illinois. With a (ximbiuation electoral ticket either in Indiana or Illinois (or p)S8ibly in both) the ton electoral votes ncoJed to beat McKinley c>n easily bj obtiincdL By a‘‘combinatio i electoral vote” we moan this; Give to each party, Democrats and Populists, representation upon the electoral ticket In proportion to their popular vote for president In 1893. Now then,as to the division of forces as to the territory west of tho Missouri and sfniih of Mason and Dixon’s lina Tho 'IcUerites and Populists can sweep every state West of tho Missouri without a skip or bn ak. And thty can do it easier without tho aotion (if Democrats than with. Ilow )8 it with tho Bouthf In order to secure the votes of the South there should bo no fusion of Populists and Democrats, 'fhc writer hereof knows the cliuractcr and temper of Soutliorn Popiilists, and ho knows that they will never endorse at St, Louis any ticket named by the Chicago convention—unl«s.s there should be an open bolt of Eastorn g«)ld Democrats, a thing that is notnt all liable to happen. For many years there has been a bitter antagonism between tho Southern Populists and Sonthem Bourbons. I'he proverbial imi^KMsibillty of mixing oil and water would be an easy probloiii compared with an effort to unite these two political forces of tíie South. Imagine tbe Georgian dolegatw returning from St. I.«)uia and telling their oonstituents that tho Populists and Bourbons had boon yoked together for the great campaign of 1896. And imagine Hoke Smith marching hand in baud up to the ballot box with tho gullaut "Tom” Watson and voting for the same candidate next Novomlicr. And what sort of a spectaolo woulJ U bo for Senator Butler of North Carolina to try to mix up his Popullstlo-Ropubll-oan oqustitnonts with the Bourbon dome-cracy. And thus It would bo throughout the .iutlro South. And Populists should reiiiembor that nt«rly one-half of tho on-tire vote for the Populists in im came from tho Southern states. And these men arc not BO for««tful of tho past, nor so Indifferent to the future of the Populist pi^y as to outer Into any alllnnco that will impeach thoIr paHt record or ruin their chances of a grander future success. IM us BuppotM^ however, that actln» se|>nratcly Democrats and Populists ol> tain u majority of votes In tho olectoinl college. Tlwre is no reason why those oleciois could not agree orvm a wan for prwideot-«Too If they sliould go outside of the nomiuees of tbe Chicago anu bt Looto ooovBotlonx. Tiierj to so law Chicago lost onecí its most nsefnl oitl-seus yesterday in the death of William H. Colvin. It is supposed that his death was due to standing bareheaded at the gnvo of Jodge Tmmbnll last week. Mr. Colvin was a leading spirit in soeh work as Hnll House and tbe Municipal league -a man 0/ the Harlow Higlnbotham stripe who was worth more to tbe city than a dozen square miles of annexed territory or thousands of additional common population. During the spring campaign bo was chairman of the Mnnicipal leogno and led the fight on the hoodie aldermen. It seems doubly a pity that this splendid fcun» for righteousness should be lost as a consequence of a custom that belongs to the dark ages. A Wire King oa Pretoetloa to I.akor-Tar-Ut, Mirer. Powpereta and tho KailTrast -Garrett aaAO«myoa the l>olUraad» Half-ThM glret tao CtoSm to FOreiga lauolgntloo. 'Riere are a few mem in this olty who make a trip to Chtoago short Mid exoeod-logly entertalniag; partiealoriy to a Popoltet newspapw man. Truly, there to nothing a Pop «ajoys so mnoh as fahr dtoeassion <m noMsaal flwaiee& Some of these entwtaliiars ure oall to mind 00 thespurof thetaanMWkare J. Fred Wilcox. Geotfe R. Honree, WilUam Garrete C. B. Hayward, Joseph Winter-botham. J. Di Laland, J. L. O’OoaneU and John Larebert. All do not talk lln-anoe^ bnt out of that aggregation there will be fooad a flito nogs of ready eptn-lons on that topla One of onr lat at CbUow tiaveien was Mr. Lambvl had ha attsmpted to con->^*nold gresBbaoker to tí» Idea that the greenbaolM shOBld be refandad into 2M per oewt bamis and toe hanks allowed toissnenoteato the fall value of the bond& Ha beltorei that plan would supply ^ peofda with suffloient oorrency and break the andtoss shain whereby the brokers draw gold out af the treasury with greenbaafca But it to tí» gold they want to speculate on. They do not use greenbacks merely beoanas tiiey have a spite against tbmn. If tíisy did not have the gretm-books to draw tíia gold obt with, would NEW8LET3. All the banks will (dose ternoon 00 account of the af- park Rev. Bland to iatensted a imie la the Chicago (xmventloa. Tbe Btands all belong to one family. DEFINITE OR INDEFINrTET CtoasUtnttMMllty «rtho KvwSiMtoM tebe *wtad—H» Argwawk lUiw The conatitutionalM^ the ladetar nlnate BMtenoe law to to be tested by carrying up a ease to tbe snpteme court , T, ...    trial    (ff    James    Btoenhrefaasr,    wbsse ikdwacdB. Aiheti, paynsMter of tbe {attorney, J. P. Gaeting; ashed id the ^piag VMlay Coal company, died sud- icoart at the time of the original trial to in    Bight    of    heaiijiBstnretthe    jury    to fix a definite term af atosaa* at Spetog Valley.    [«entatiae. This was refused. asagpeated, ; There will ha two request meraben tbe Saengerbund comwrt toai^:    nnder    (mastitotiona]    rigfat%    tbe Nachts lied der Kriqgn” the glee    argued,    should be in open court, inb. and "WaahlnghtaPoat” jy t>» m». {*Na and Jnry. (W either of thmn, heiriog tbe evidence!, Áoutd fix tbe pun ishment. ***    the attorney that the persons hearing all the evidenoe were aaUer qoMiied to pass npon tbe na^ts of tho case and fix the pnnishment than There Is now no flagman at tbe Cass street crossing of tho Rock Island spur, .several new buildings have been erected at this place lately and a man to watch the crossing is needed more than ever, as it Is impossible to see any approa<d)lng trains until they almost reaoh the steeet. But then, the flagman was taken away in a(xx)rdanoe with THAT agreement. An effort will be made to secure a declaration on convict labor in the Democratic pi atfonu. thay not use ^ faahk notes tar that purpose wheaavw was ap opportunity for making a dollar by Ik Ho thought no^beoansaik new had been dona That to a qaestíon that has never been answered sattofoetorily to our kaowledge by those wbo^ beUeve paper monqy should beredemnediB eoin. H Mr. Lambert finds the answtr heto to Ining it wouod. Mr. Lambert thought tbe tariff would be an issue of this campaign. Bnt when is tbereto beaa lsin^ said the reporter-the Demoetats fav(w protection now to considerable extenk You have nothing to complain ef-Hhat party follows along and camps this year where you did last-been doing It ri^ along. (dttb^ and dhestca. The Kankakee'Dseaoeea* oays af the Fourth of July railibuy drtlL ”Tha coa-testwas easUy YYon by tbe drill taaaaf company B at JoUsk JL lai«e «rowd watehed the drill. The Juliet boys feel    * "__________ vary jnbUant over the resalk ”    1^    P®®**“Warr    oommtoriouara. Miss Mar Wnods and Ifire RmMa. Ph.. Ii 7**"    Und«    tfaepref)ilt ^ oommlsskmers de-Sf    SnJíTÍJS    ^    puntohmsnt    of a prisoner slm- MenSlSLt    ha¡¡í    ^ ^    «^tement of the S    the    trial    Judge and the state’* These go along with the pris-Ughttoiltiina was enjoyed by all.    (ow to tbe simpe htoí^rd. 3l^e Grace ohnreh Snnday sohotd to I A prisenerto eonduot In tbs penitea mnglngfor a big Bnnday sAool aaflj «My goes a long waysJn tbe matter of afanrob piento for next week Thotsday. Itfdeoidiiig the tongth of hto stay in totooo. peoh^ly be held ia tbe la^ grove j Attoraey Geeting held this proviskm nf jnst n(wth of Saengerbond park. A lino j the low to be absord beoanse by its oa-ptogmm of ^orli and gaaaes will hej loroement a prisoner to not baing pun- I ished Iq prison for the crime of which he In The News of last Fridi^ In tbe list I oonvioled, hot to undergoiiq' ponish-of churcb service a mtebrice was nmde in I    In afMordanoe with bis briuvior. stating that no swrioes would be hold in I Gndof tho old ^tem a prisouer ai oar-tho United Kvangelleal dmrch. It should I deportment was allowed gooJ time have read Svaogriical assooiatkm. No ^    bo    was    getting,    but    tímre blame is attatdted to Rev. Willman in th |    aystem of computation of good time Paul E Wirt Fountain Pen, WONT (XOG WONT BLOT WONT LEAK Has 16 karat Solid Gola Pen. We think it the BEST ■Fountain Pen on the market This price is very low. LOCKPORT. Will Chadwick left yesterday for a ti^ to Washington, D. C. Ho will be accompanied by his brother who rtaides in Chicago. They expect to be absent about throe weeks. They take their wheels with them and will stop off and visit tbe place of interest along the route both going and returning. Will alkss baa a photographic camera, and will have a large variety of pictures when he^toma Frank W. Walter, who haslleen sick for tho past few weeks, still remains in a very serious condition. He Is receiving the best mediiffll aid and attention and hopes aro entertained that he will reoovtw. Fred Freeman, who bad an arm badly burned and also his faoe while•oelebnit-ing with a toy cannon, will be laid up for several days. In addition to InjnriM rocolvod from the explosi(» of gnnpowder ho has an attack of fever and has been very ill for the past few di^a A few evenings ago a yonng man from Joliet is said to have been atíaoked by three footpads in the vicinity of tbe Swedish Lutheran ohurch. Suspicions characters have been seen upon the streets late at night within tbe past week. It may become necessary for one of the night poHoemen to occasionally visit the rasidonoe portion of the village and take all strangers found roaming around at unseemly hours and pla<» them in the calaboose until the next day and then give them an opportunity to matosYtbom-sclves scarce, or accept a Jail sentence as v.»grauta. _ ANOTHER SIDE. The Conductor Did Not Grab the Boy by tbe Leg. Some days ago an article appeared In Tho News ooncoming a little conflict of opinion between a conductor of tbe Santa Fo and a Coal City lady, which some believe did tho conductor an injustica Ho is one of tho most conscientious conductors iMiHslng through tho city and one of tho most gentlemanly; and, as our observation goes, ho does as near the right thing as it is possible for him to do. Tho Indy had three cbildron and with her bundles took up two double seats and one single, but had only ono ticket She told the conductor,according to bis story that she didn’t have to have tickets for tho cldldrcn, that they wore not her chll-dren but were going to Coal ,Clty on a visit He told her somebody should have got them tickets, but he could send thorn uaok to Chicago from tho next station without charge, and tho next time they started out they should be bettor provided About this time tho lady could not talk any more English without an Interpreter. When tho conductor put the boys’ bwttt on and started to load ono off the train then tho screaming and rumpna com-raenood. lu bis uphiion the children were trained for the omorgonoy—at least thev made it lively.    ^ 1 ho lady and her daughter were dressed \n silks and satin, the daughter had on a six-dollar hat; and there was no statement made by them to tho conductor that tbay liod been robbed. Some of the ladim on liasrd took up a collection tind paid the children’s fai% He told thorn they w< foolish to do 00, but thqy said thsy wouldn’t think of allowing the oblldrra t) ImFuparated from their mother and would rather make a mistake than witness tho trouble., The Coal City lady expressed her gratitude over and over again and offered to retniii the moaqy^whcn she reached home, but thsy woul^not eon-A'Dt to. tbe propositioD.    .... 4 S “ Why don’t yon soy so then; say so in your paper?” “Dosay 8o--aay Itnow again—only I might add tbay an camping on Populist ground this year. If you think freo coinage of silver means a 60-oont dollar, and you are in favor of protection,you should vote with us Populists this tinm for a 50-oeut dollar would mean one hundred per cent protection on everything sold abroad—same as it to now in Mexico!’' “Well, I do favor protection,” stoutly maintained Mr. Lambertr-“and I favor it stronger than many—I believe the laborers should be protected also. I don’t believe it is fair to them to open our ports to the hordes of western Europe who flock in hero to undermine the Amori can W(M-kmon.” [That’s right too, Coxoy, Garrett and The News believe In giving every American workman who will put in his time for the government a dollar and a half a day and then close tbe ports against the foroign competitors.—Editor Nows.] **0 Then we talked about trusts; nailq kerosene oil, steam power etc. ”’Wh«¿ here you rail at nail combines and still you would combine on steam powerl” he ex claimed. “Yes, trusts are bad hut as kmg as they are permitted why shoald 1 he excludedi I do not favor tho tosne of 'moaey by banks; still 1 would qot refuse to bo stockholder” was the reply. “Yes, it does not semn pmsible to make a profit in bnsiness titese times without making a oombinc; botthatfiail trost was not so rosy as somo nqipose. We could have made 160,000 ramre if we had bought nails Instead of makiqg them—we didn’t do so well.” "From 85 cents a keg to |2.85 to Jump!” “Yeq I know It; but when we were mak ing nails and storing them up and selling at 85 cents we lost 25 cents on every keg. Rods were then $14 per ton; now they arc $82 and many other items of expouse in the samo proportion. You wouldn’t believe that tho mills are sometimes ruu matter as he funiiahed the copy eoiseotly. A brutal and hard-heartafi biofritot, who deserves the sevmcst punisbmsnt if found, nm over little Pet» Byan. tm South Chicago street last night Tht little fellow who lives at 104 Clyde avenue, had one foot pMnfuIly emsbed and his right arm out The wbeelnlan did not evra eall help for hto vietlm, but hurried away leaving him to b^ himseU. It seems that Tbmnas Craven, the under the new law. If a ffflsoner of a sanritivo; high-strung nature violates some arbitrtuy rule of an orerfaearlng penitttitlary guard he may be reported to tho commission era as UBruiy and a desperate character, and, in oonseqnenoc; kept in prison mnoh longer than the term Ais sentence natasally raeritt the attarocy believes. Judge Stein, in his opening remarks upon the argomait, ssemed at first to doubt tihe ooustitatiouality of the law JEWELER. Sterling Silver BJouse Sets—Links and 4- Cllg. Buttons,at,... .... Oyy toed himself. Hto honor thanked Attorney for 1^000 for alleged nervoos thock to a Jeoting for raising the point,and oompli-Miss Emma Braun, to not a relative of mepted tho attorney upon his Interesting the Casseday family. He was a gnett j presentation of hto aqgnmenl “But tílte • big even at a loss Just to keep things moving would you?” “Oh yes, I would. Human nature pretty much the same tho world over. 1 seU somo things at a laoi myself. ’ HE HARDENS COPPER. A Lost Art of the Egypt ana Discovered in a Mlchigsn Indtan Monad. Albert E. Lytle, of Chioago; claims to have made a discovery that will Interest many In this Metal city. It is an art that was lost many centuries ago—that of har l-erlng copper without loss of malleability, and Lytle expects soon to be makinp roppec knives, chisels and similar edge (oola. Ho has been experimenting for four teen years in poverty and now has a plocc of scaled tubing within which are two pleo(« of metal and a scrap of pMier. for which 160,000 bos boon refnaed by his backer, Martin White. One piece ol motal to the ordinary east copper, brittle, porons and intractable; and tbe other if of fine grain, tough and hard as steel, but capable of bending donUo withom breaking. The paper gives the formula. In 1883 Mr. Lytle was exphHr.'ag au Indian mound near Sheboygan, Mich., and dlseoviared son» edge tools made of hard copptjr. This led to his oxperiroents, which have lately been sucoeMfnl. The new metal has been tested by tbt government The report shows that tbi (wppfJT is pure; that there to in It no tract of any Bubstanoe indicating ihe proceu by which it is transformed and it to ol great tensile strencth. darabilitj and hardness. The oondootivRy of the metal at thoir house during a MsUiodtot con ferenea here. Hto wife was a oousin of the late Judgo Patrick M*d sret formerly Jennie Wells. She taughtsobool in Joliet Park has the dtotinetion of bting the only “dotet^ed circulation liar” in Joliet and he runs tho only daily paper In the city that prints dteiepntablo and filthy medical advertisements and defends orookedness of nearly eveir kind. That is more than likely the reaatm that there are many resldenoe sections is Joliet where no copies of his sheet are dalivaed. Joe Patchen, the fomons paoer, wil appear at Ingalls’ park Thursday and Friday. If oonditiiHiB are fav(wable an attempt will be made ttmaorrow to bea< his record; if not, it will be done Friday On the other day ho will pace against Tillie Anderson, ohampioQ lady UqycUst Tbe pacing dog will appear botíi d^ It is requested that stores and oiffio» (doso Friday afternoon. The tratdc reooto to made by Fidol Holy Grail Lodge No. 8S; Paul Reven Lodge Na S71 and Joliet Lodge Na 592, the three local lodges of the order Knight ^ of Pythias, hold a Joint inst Ulation tonight in their quarters in tbe Akin block. Arrangements had been made for H week ago tonight ^nt the train carrying O.'strlct Deputy Grand CfaauoeUor Greet of Braid wood to Joliet rras delayed foui and one-half hours on the way and the installatioD was postponed. G. E. Antram’s' trip to London this month to to l(x>k into some «state mat ters, be having been eommtostoned to d( te by members of the Aateam family i this country. Nothing is expected frou; the alleged multi-million ancimit estate of which coi^demUe was said at thi time of tbe heire’ meeting in Uhicagu, but there are one or two later estates, in which heirs were advertised for, that w U bo investigated. Mr. Aatram also hw ether business mattiss in London and Ed inburg. He sails on the St. Paul on the 22nd. Raymond Toloott, who to with fair luothco' at Macatawa park, had a sorr) Fourth of July. He was firing some larg crackers in the morning and ono that kac >x)en placed in the sand failed to go o! inlckly. The boy hraked down olpsel) bo see what was the matter wbmi it ex-)lodsd, milng both hto eyes with sam ind powder. The injury was oxtremelv cvereAnd p ilnful and for a time it war feared his eyesight would be lost; but b;. he use of sweet oil the sand was wasb(x. into a corner of the ©yes wh(«t) it oouli be removed, and be is now aboot over lt. Eddie Etheridge, a boy about 17 yearr of ago employed in tho press room of The News; and living at 203 Meok(*r avenue, received a very painful injury at noor today. He was riding on tbe elevator ii The News building from tho press roon. to the fourth floor. When he reached th eoond floor he careleas^ stuck out hih foot. The member was caught betireoi tho floor and elevator and a bone brok m. foirtanately tbe elevator, wfajob is boil dow for heavy frelf^t, was just moving, M the result would have bemi far moi\ serious than it was. Tbe newspapers and public are indel)r. ml to Managers Pearce and Shntq of thi WestWD 'Union and Postal Tbiegrapi. court is inoih^ to tolievq after aU. ” «aid Judge S^n, "that the indefioite-teotence law, if wisely and properly administered, will operate hendl<daUr for prisoners themselves. If wisely applied, tbe law. I believq is a great improvement upon our fomiM system. The men ond^r restraint are seen dally By those having che dispoBition of the matter of their terms of imprisonment in obaige, and they are belter able to judge as to tbe proper amount of pantobmeet ^y riioald reoeivo than a Jury which only *ees the tooosed fforing tíie period of triaL” Judge Stein overrule J the motion and passeJ santenoe in aotwrdanoe with tbe verdict. Etoenheimer boom time ago *hot and killed Joseph Kaoirek duriqg a nrighbor-iwoJ row in Pullman. The eaav will be taken to the súpleme court. SCATTERINQ NEWi Hughes* artistic photos. Bia^ grapes are in market. The best tbree-for-a qoarter cigar—Up-mann’s Two-Flag. Dustws cheaper than over. Wilcox Bros., corner Cass and Desplalnes. Ask your grocer for Red Mill brand reed, flour, com meal, eta It to best and ^uarentaed. W. H. Berst. New photograph gallery. Schwab, 4lf -N'or h Chicago street, near High sohooL 15 cabinets for $8.03, equal to any in (vily Ply nets, the best line at lowest prices Wlloox Bros., corner Cass and Desplaines Nothing but drunks at tbe stotien thi» naoralng. They were all givwa the nsua fiua ■ The names were Sam Hausen, M Carbary and A. W. Hussey. Peoria gets tí» meeting of [the Li«« d Republican clubs of lUinoto on Sep >ember 1. Vieo Presidential Candldat iotmrtandall the state oaadidatee an o he invitad. Yon will want to buy a new fly net md a duster when you see what ciegan mes can be bought for little money at Wilcox Bros.,ocnuer Cass and Desplaines The Nofws store no-q>ill inkstand neeting with favor. Many of our mer ihants and office a»n are now using them tnd they are glad to g^ an inkstand that rill not ^11 if it tips over. fctste Chairman Gere, of tbe Prohibí ;ion party, was in Chicago yeaterda Tonferlng with Cook county ominltteo non on tbe oampoign tllfere. A large lumber of street meetings will be hrit his summsr, and there will be* ratilJoa (ion meeting August IS, with Joshaa Lovering, oanlTidate for presMent; Halt Johnson, of Newton, HI., oanQidate for Vico president. National Chairman IBokit ind (Abors aro speakers. John L. Stoddard, the most noted leo-iirer in America today, who is now. pending a month in Yellowstone park, ays of tbe fauione resort: "The subHnu Krancfl of oar natural Wonderiaad sur pass all my expectations. The Gram -’anon of tbe Yeliowatone 1s of oonrse tin jlimax. As I beheld It today, its lont taleidoioope of varied colore, castle tad cathedral spires SOin: 0U> TBIEHBS who were quite p(^alar in their daj— PEERU^ but that was some time ago. ICE CREAM holds old friends and makes new ones every week. We woifid have more if ail the people gave us a trial order, as no other ice cream made in Joliet compares with PEERLESS ICE CREAM. Why not give it a trlall Yon will Mways be sattofled with tht Soda from the two Big Fouataius. THE CONPBCnONBR. 108 Chicago RL. end Xfaaater Bld^ soulptared by tbi .    ^    the    voice of its magnifl eompanies for their entorprtoo in carrying j aent cataract, I felt it was a place where companies’ bulletin service at | the FluMe prays; the Infinite heart and has been tested by Prof. Stein of Armoui institute; who finds that its xestotanoe tr the electric current to dxcredingty low, t featnrj wbioh, taken In conjunction with tho strength of the wire mannfliotureti from it, makes it of great value. w^lle the availability of tho metal li casting Is establtobed hty^ a donbt, Mr. Lytic has yet to exiNaiasent in tb« mannfaotnre of edge tools. He declares, however, that he aoon will be makini. copper knives and chtoeto. The dlsooveret of tbe process proposes also to put It ii use In tbe treatment qt other metals tha« o<Wr. Anaong tbe eompanteR whicl. have tried the new mstal and ma thei have found it satiafaetoiy are the Link Belt company, the Chicngo BdisM eom-IMuiy, the Cutter n^rtrtoal eomaauv el Philadelphia RottaSam City Electric potafuuj. •tut tas «arJen out tbe this end of tho line. Dnplicato copies ol he news are made for posting and pnb-UoatloD, and a few seoonds after an event transpires in the great convention it h cnown here. Except for seeing tho spotr-taole and bearing the clatter, one oen follow this history-making evmit as sattofac torily 08 in Chicaga News to of dtmblt interest when "hot,” and the tetogmph oompenies are tekiag it right eff the fire. \JUT THIS OUT—When tbe presidential nomination of the Democrats if positively made; whether tomorrow oi K>me other day later tbe People’s whistle vlll announoe the winner, repeating the (Ignal three ttmeq same as the wcatíior terviee or fire alarm. Before giving the t'gnato a long blast will be blown to at :ract attmtlon. It Bland to nominated two toots will befflven (and then repeat-d.) If Botoa gets thees; three toeto; Teller, 4; BtacAbnni, 5; Matbewq fl; Mo-Lsan, 7; ^tavensoM 8; PMttoon. 9; an t f sane dark horse at minor posal'ullttr reepsinten toots will jrenoanoa jjtaf ivent. Cut tills sofaednle out and pmioli n your hat. You wHI then got the nows X few Moenito after it h«r Immensity looks on.” Our represenutlvo ia oongreia Jot Cannon, toa member of the Christian Kndoavor. and has gone to Washington, partly on business and partly to attend tin convention. He says: "The^onng people seem not only to have taken possrs-don oftae oaphal teit of theroads leading oik On tho train I was asked sevoral times -What 4M(«uHeB I belonged to. When I got «ir the tmln tn Wasblngtoi. t young nnm rushed up; grasped my hand jkud ptomed a badge on my ooak F(tf • nan-who has beea in oongress twmity ysara I (xmsider it a great oomplimem CO still look like a Christian.” Aurora is having an international dtffl. mity that involvM Mayor Scotk Ontli> iourth of July a Greek fla/ aurroaoded Of Amerlean emblems was tom down by wo men, an4 In th# row that easusd fh Greek owner was artated by ordwof tae mayor ami token away without helag tbie to protect hit stock and tas worth VOS stoien while ho was gone. A sro-«sentstiVe of tbe 'Briek «ensul genmal >f Chioago wes in Amara yostetiayYta inveetiffiteA Se mtid düht an apotqgy amstbawiadr, the -flgil .goiMMd dM joirii pairfw.    a    YbwS? f with native emblema to stiff to be eminently inroper under Inbmk lional law, And is a custom observed hf latioM at peace with Jeach -other. Th* trouble occurred during a procession, Fbe members stopped and draoanded thoh cha peanut man take hto flag duwn ani e refused. Then it was tom dowq^ Mayor Scott to in Chioago today to am •apge matters. We have received from the manufactnm orq Ü. F. Albright <s Oa, 151 Wabash ivenisa; Ohioago; the latest campaigA novelty, “Tbs McKinley Shirt Front.” it is mode of a fine quality of durabl* nnslin board and has the appearsuoe of iauhkwed Unen shirt hospm. It bears Ine p(»tTalts of Major William MiKioley vnd Garret A. Hobart, parronndod by an irttstio armngeUQBt of the design of tbs Irst American flag adopted by oonqpcss; vnd the present fl^g. Above tbe partoaHs 3 the motto of tbe Republican party: ‘Sound Money and    Tte M(ffi[lniey shirt front promises to bo one of bbe leading novelties of tbe eaniptiga It to ono of those instantaneons hits. They Are PerfOct.- The joy and satisfaction that comes rom using our absolutely non-spUlabls nk bottla No mere blots, soiled fingerq ruined monusoript, htoekw»ad taUes aad uffiod tempera You cos tip the botUa )ver, roll it around on tbe table or give t to tho baby full of ink and no dangw r evil results need be feared. The hot* Ics aro very neat Mid serve the mass >urpose as tí» aotoraatio rubber top ink* tand that you nave never bought for less ban 75 cents up to $1.60. Tbe package ia safe, eooD(duical and -onvenienk There ia no evaporation, no taoblog and no oarking. 1'be bototos oMiio filled and aro antomatio 4md abso-luttiy Don-spillable. One bottle wtU out* ast flvo of -tbe ordinary 5o hptotos of ink. They cost from ISo upc NEWS STORE. K0ti««. Sealed bids will bo rectolvfd by the cUy (wanoU of the olty of Braldwood li]., from Jobs 26 until July 8(^ I8M for ma> cadamlxlng and-corhiiigMaIii street, frqot tbo east sido of Center street to the Ohi> oago ft Alton tracks. Flans aadapeclfl-oations are held by the olty clerk fur in-ipeotlon. A oertlflod check of $100; will bo required to he depssltod with saoh bid IS a guarantee of gciod faith. Bids wfll ijerooelved by tbe elty olsrk ontU 7 o’clock p. m., on tbs last date named abova The city oounoll reserves Ihe'rigkt to r^ect any or all bids.    . JAMES FERGUSON, _City    Clerk. ■ T» ExehaagA What have you to exchange dorfiSO acou of good land in .Gray sonnty, Kanffpf What have you to oxobange ler IA(I9 worth of «took paying uvsr 18 iper otiit rash divMondf? Will treds tar dear Jo-tict real «State. Addresq & F. N., Newi OffiOA ♦ • • - UiMMMi'e Two-Flsg bnmd toy, AaaditaPrsqwetíte all Dtiwwwfll drijfi LAtto'Ttt AllTXIMUlt to do I ^ fOMnMAtaeekeoQ ■ -■.n; -íSiín

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