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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 8 June 1901

Mr. Bryan'lnsists on standing by what be calls the old and regular Democracy. And yet In the Judgment of,the moat enllghtencdi ljohiblrnts Mr. Bryan's Democracy Is 'only about live years old. Mr. Bryan's financial' contention prior to ISst) mould havo been .voted down in any national convention of the party and would havo scarcely been dlgnlded as a minority report tho committee on platform.

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 8 June 1901

The Kentucky Federation of Women's Clubs has declared that whereas the women of Uio south, bavo tho bust means'at Judging the negro race as a'.whole and nt>t by occasional , exceptions,' Jit- protests against the admission'of'club's of colored -women/to thV genornl federation. Undoubtedly this will bo tho course of the women's clubs of the Boulb.uhilust without exception' und should the question llnally be decided In favor, of admitting tdloied olubs an open rupture is almost certain to follow. ' i i

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 8 June 1901

The Electrical Review, ought to koow what It about looks for great things - from' Edison's now storage battery. It sees coming the-noiseless city, tho suppression of the horse and tho use of the automobile as a factor of economic importance In geuoral transportation. Tho perfected battery also',!* ineaus the foundation of a uWi;art.-jn\ jiaWgallon, electric tug boats for* >< cauals* and ferry, boats for rivers and the revolutionizing of our harbors. -If'Mf. can ~glvo a practical! demonstration; of •,lijs,,lnyontlon, be mavvJ4^^Ao9> a ,%t t(^ b,, . v . 0 r i * lit ''J 0 starUnßTstakffforya' > ;■. y^

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 8 June 1901

Judge „Kohlsa»t; ;dt • thW? United '.States; court at Cb'ca&6' 1 has'decided ! £hat u"dovico fur Ute Jproteolion ot;guinbllng,inaotilnea from fraud"is s: Thejnvcny tar of n scheme to* protect «lot-machlues, from u'o'gus" Coin brought suit again*! another party, for .".infringement, but the couu hold' tbat';the coin delccfor bclng'Seslgned-fortuse In gambling could not c6mei under'the', head of legal'utility, and could, havo''no standing in court. Conversely it Is' fair to nss'umo from the 'declblon~that'lf ono should Invent* a'scheme specially.dcslgned.for defrauding slot machines; 'andcould iiiot bo punished for It. In other worclsj cheating.among those who aro on-gaged*-ln'an unlawful business^ matter ( , that does not concern the courts, i*! ■

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 8 June 1901

The',Chicago dralnago trustees have just -mailed d trip down tho canal and Illinois lWar to St. Louis for purposes of'observaUon. iOno thing thoy bnvo discovered Is jthatj^St.'Louis :gets noneVof Its water !from.-the 'Mississippi. ~The -water'of tuo 'MU«ourl'llo»ii,dowu the west side of the united streams at that point and the water ' department pumps this solely, lor the city. (Incidentally .this discovery seems to upset the contention^made by.St. Louis that it was«afforing from tho pollution of Us supjply Sy tho canal and' It is equally fatal to lbs claim made by Chicago that St. Louis twae factually getting."purer water slnco ! the-flow from Lako Michigan was turned i Into; the Mississippi. 1 -i ; I

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 8 June 1901

The constitutional convention o( Alabama ought to Are away/it the Ignorant •votir" without'reference' to race or color It It 1b rtally, in oarncbt In promoting an tatShlgent' citizonshlp. The real trouble ot jtho < situation" seems to be thai the Valtas of the state have been promised that they shall not be disfranchised on any Booount and no way has yet been suggested jto keep nn ilgnorant negro train voting that [will not also keep an ignorant white, as'ibetcrme «hlto and black.are not to be osed in the constitution. A flat pro\lslon. tor an educational requirement would operate" to disfranchise a few thousand •whites while It would the great bulk of the bluclu. But under such a iest there would be a few thousand blacks who could \ote. The spectacle would then s bo presented ot educated negroes \otlun while illiterate ■whites were shut out. Just here it, wfaero comes the rub * hii the -Alabama politicians now assembled atvMomgomery. But they might as'v.oil be frank abou...

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 8 June 1901

<Mr. Martin B, Madden, president of the Illinois Manufacturers' Association and likewise u Republican politician of state prominence', says' as to the present tariff: > "1 belle\u the tariff we ha\e is too high. There mubt be .a change ot soon there will be uo prospect of disposing of the burplus vjhlch we are'manufacturing. At present we mo producing oue-thiid more than wu can consume and we must huvo a market for the excess. Unless we lower the bais to thy commerce of other nations wo cannot eipect iheui to lot us in with out goods. The majoi it> of the manufacturers of Illinois alexin* favor of an alteration In the present.tariff law. Ji '"Our lucllitics for manufacture today sre superior to those of any other nation in the world. Our machinery is hotter, our woikmen more skillful, so wo are able to pay them better wagee and lay the good 'to pay them better wages and lay the goods down in the old country at less than the rannufacluiers thure ale '...

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Sweetwater. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 8 June 1901

Sweetwater. lioin, to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Engle, a SOU. ' —Mr. Chnrlos Hardin's little baby has been quilt sick, but Is belter now. —Miss Eva Propst, of Janesvlllo, Wis., is visiting hor purents in this place. —The ihildiun's duy excieise? were well atended at the Christian church,lust Sunday ' * •>.■" -. —Prof. T. E. Can trail has been employed as principal of our schools for the coming year. , . —Miss Julia Pitts, foimerly Of* DloomIngton, but now of Athens, 1h visiting friends here. , —Tho ladles of tho Chilstinn church will give iiu Ico cicnm and atranbony fesllvnl June 12. —A good rain Wednesday was welcomed by all, as the dry weather was doing much Injury In this section. —Mr. and Mrs. William Pnikei, Jr., 'havo relumed from u two weeks' visit with relatives in lowa. —All. Luthoi Stone, of this placo, has received the contract to light Grcenvlow for the next live ycaia. • —Mr. John W. Terhunp Is having his house painted and also having a handsome gralo ami mantle pla...

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
LEROY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 8 June 1901

LEROY. .'< —Mr."Edward .Curtlss, of Attica, lud , visited relatives In Leroy Friday. /—Tho K. of,P."lddgo ot Loroy,vlaited tlio 'Downs lodge-on Friday and did degree work.,,, . u | _ <S, | —Mr. \VlUiaui Bnlft or Ardmore, Indian Territory,-! lms ;boen employed as teacher In tho grammar <room v at , —lira. H. B.' Snook and sons "of Normal and Mrs. Holler and sons ot'Kenn'ey are -ylßltlng with R.-Eskowtot this >placo s ~ '" ',' l) ,i I , * i , —Mr.' Wllllaiu ,Pry, superintendent ot Maroa spend A his eumrucr ut this place, having rented tho T J rof. Blair 'residence. •-v.*-*";, j,.'}*;{.;, j -tj-, „■ -' "' —T.', Southdown has .'routed, r thu Thomas Null property In the east part of Lcroy and will become a Loroy citizen, t Mis. Null will live with her daug.itoi,,Mrs. Muriay of Uloomlngton. - —Evangelists Connelly and Pugh will begin a seiies of rovlvul meetings In tho Inteicsts of tho Leioy M. IS. church In a tent on the vacant lot south of tho...

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Gibson City [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 8 June 1901

Gibson City —Mr. John Tliorln la still confined to Ills bed by. elckneeu. * ' ,—Mr. C. it. Conger, of Elliott, was hero on Friday oti business, , —Mr. W. L. McCornoll's new brick blackßmlth shop on First street Is nearly [completed. * ', •'. ' , > ' —Mr. J. C. Thornton ,took a relnpso on Thursday and Is In n very serious condition. Mr. and Mrs. 0. A. Coss, of Sauueuiln, are at his bedside. , —Mrs. S. H. Ward and baby, who have been visiting her mother, Mrs. A. T. Qullett, the past three weeks, returned to their home In Teno Hauto, lnd„ on Friday. ' i i —Mrs... Elizabeth Borlue, who was shocked by lightning oh Wednesday nlghl, was removed on Thursday to the borne of her son, Mr. 1. L. Shaw, and was some better on Friday. t —Tho ball game hero between tho East ,Blde und Weßt Side clerks on Thursday resulted in a score of 10 to 10 In favor of thu East Side. "This Is the second game of ball and rcsultod In a victory in both gamut for the Eeaßt Side. '

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Greenview. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 8 June 1901

Greenview. —Greenvlew will celebrate tho Fourth ot July. —Miss Marie Lepport is visiting her sister, Mrs. James Glenn, near Athenß. —Several of our young people attended tho Pittsburg commencement Monday night. —Mi. and Mrs. John Ackerman departed Thin bday for El Iteno Spilngs, .Mo., vUieie they go for Mrs. Ackormiiii's health. —The commencement exercises were given In the opc:a hoube Weducsduv ulght. All ihe parts ot the piogiannno Here nell rouderal. The hall was filled in spite of the lain. —Luther Stone has received the contract for lightning the town for the next Iho years. He is to put up live arc lights uu our streets, on? Nt euch corner of the square and one at tho cornet uear Uigeloa's grain olilco. Tbe rest of the lights are lo be fifty candle pow»r Incandescent lamps and are to bo kept lighted until 12 o'clock each night.

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Colfax. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 8 June 1901

Colfax. —J. W. Arnold and wife have gone for nn extended visit with friends In I'eoriu and Missouri." —The senior class of tho high school tendered the juniors a reception and banquet on tho evening of Juno G at tho homo of Otis I*. Hnmllton. —Mls.s Lulu Llariib, teacher of the socond pilmary room, leoelved n lino gold watch chain from her little pupils nt the close of =ch6ol as a token of their affection und regutd She guei< to Lexington after teaching one year In Colfax.

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Bellflower. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 8 June 1901

Bellflower. —Mr and Mrs.. Ci. II Klint lire the parents of a sou, born on Wednesday, the sth. i —Mr. Cairoll Wiley and sister. Mip; No\a, of Stonlngtou are visiting frlend3 hero. —Mr. Durk Wheeler completed the year's work at tho University of Illinois and returned home Friday.

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Shirley. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 8 June 1901

Shirley. —II. 13- Richardson is In Padua this week. —Mrs Alice Garner and little son nre recovering ftom an attack of measles. —Children's day was observed in th* Christian church last Sunday. There was a large attendance. —Harry Unit, of lUnilul, Kas., Is hero visiting his cousins, T. F Hart and sister, Mrs. Janls Mcßeehan. i

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
AROUND HOME. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 8 June 1901

AROUND HOME. —Evouinß band concerts will begin in ill. Pulaski Juno 12. —l'. .Murphy, assistant chief of tho Pontine Are department, has resigned. —Logan county Modern Woodmen will hold a county convention In Lincoln on Juno 10. —lit. Pulaski Woodmen will hold their annual memorial services on Sunday, Julio 18/ —Tho (list building to bo built of Deer Creok brick will bo one for tho Deer Creek Progross olllce. —A lecent euteitalnnicnt given by tho, ladies of the TJelavan Presbyterian church $00.70 was netted. —Mr. Charles Decker, one of Livingston's oldest citizens, died at Strentor Wednesday, Juno 5, aged S3. —Mr. C. C: Williams of Hooposton has returned from Indiana, where he purchased -100 acres of land for $22,000. t Postmaster fjiadford of Pontine has been notified that Ills salary ..has been raised liom $2,300 lo $2,100 per year. —A stieet fair and carnival will bo held in Clinton for one week, commencing July 22. It will cost about $l,OOO. —The eataloguo for tha thirty-first a...

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Heyworth. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 8 June 1901

Heyworth. —Tho remains of Mr. Frank Taylor, who died here Wednesday, were taken to Uloomlngton Friday and the funeral was hold at tho German Catholic church at 11 o'clock, after which tho remains wore burled In tho Catholic cemetery. —The Woodmen weie to have had a supper ami an entertainment In Raymond opeia-house Wednesday evening,* but on account of the heavy storm (he.y postponed it until Thursday night. They had a largo crowd and a lino time. Mr. J. J. Lonr delivered an add! ess. —Mr. John A. Sterling, whose barn was binned by lightning on his farm uear here Wednesday afternoon, will have It rebuilt as soon af» possible. There were 2,200 bushels of corn In the two cribs which were binned it being owned Jointly by Mr. Sleillns and his tenant, Mr. Shifllct. Another cilb, 12 feet nway, was saved by bard woik. In the homo of Mr. Stockdale, which was struck by lightning, were Mrs. Stockdale and Mrs,'Crulkshank, both of w.l'.oiu were slightly stunned. The lightning played some curiou...

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Merna. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 8 June 1901

Merna. —Mles Mamie Kelly Is very sick at her homo west of hero.' ■ > —Mr. Fred Mclloilo Is having his house repaired and painted. —Mr. nnd Mrs. Ligbtfoot are the parents of a boy baby. —Morrissey & Coale had two car *oad<3 of hogs and cattle on the Chicago market Monday. ' I I —A number ot the young folks attended the icceptlon given to Mr. and Mrs. W. Wall In Cooksvlllo June 0: —The sisters of St. Joseph's hospital wore hole the past week collecting for that Institution. They mot with great success. ' 1 I i I | —The more the buker loafs tho more bread he has to dispose of. , —Stage jokes are evidently made up of klnd;words, for they uover die.

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 8 June 1901

OASTORIA. Bo»r§tho ' -^^ lhß Kind Ym Ha\e Always Bought OASTORIA. B«un tbf> y* The Kind You Hare Always Bought Signature a of r OASTORIA. Bnan the _>* "The Kind You Have Always Bough! Bigmtnro . . of LARGE SELECTIONS IN SCHULTZ BROS 21 i and 213 West Front-at Don't take any other. fwD You know !**« sss [JERSEY ART!!UR LEHMANN C CO.. Peoria. 1!U

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 8 June 1901

SHOULD WARN WOMEN, of the Public Schools.bf Columbia Wash., also Fast Grand of Independent Order of Good Templars.' Dr.,llatnian received tho following letter:' > * Columbia'Oitv, Wash."" "I can speak'only goodwordsof the repeated beuofits I have had from the use of l'eruna. - ■< * - ' - "Too constant application to work last winter caused metoUavc severe head and backache and drawing paint, I could not stop my work, neither wag I fit to go on. Reading of-the bene* tidal results from the use of Peruna I purchased a bottle and, within a few days after using It, began to feel better. ' "I constantly impioved aDdbeforothe seventh bottle,was completely used, all pains were gone, my strength was restored, and I no w ( seem, ten * years' younger. ' _,' , "If I get tired or feel bad, Porona at once helps mo, and Ifeel you deserve praise for placing such a "conscientious medicine before a suffering public." Mrs. Amanda Shumaker. Mattio B. Curtis, Secretary Legion of IJ...

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
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