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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 20 June 1896

t rnn-i'iiiii-i a FARM AND GARDEN. A WORD ABOUT HIVES. Those Made at Home Are jut Good h More Expensive Ones, For the ordinary bee-keeper, and for most bee-keejwrs. for that matter, no hive :s better than a phiin.simjileLansrs- SCHOOL AND CHURCH. The insurance upon St. FauFa e dedral is about $475,000. The newly elected president of Ken yon college.at Gambier.O., W. F. Pierce, ia but 22 years old. It is said that Trince Arthur of Conr uaug-ht, who has just been entered as a scholar of Eaton, will never reflect plory upon the school by his brilliant scholarship. Dr. O'Donnell, bishop of Enphoe, has directed that Irish be used in preaching sermons by all priests wher ever in his diocese the population is Irish-s peaking. Ilonjr Wo Sing is at 0G probably the oldest professor actively emjnfrrd in ed ucational work in the world. He occu piestheehairof physiology in the school for the sons of the empire at Ttkinar, which is the most ancient university m existence. The total enrollment at ...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 20 June 1896

1- t ; t r f ) MURDERS AT MEMPHIS. Mann Mcetlnsc Held to Denounce the Outrage. Memphis. Tenx.. June 17. Tbe assassination of W. A. Sneetl Mon day niht by "Skinny'" Hite was the cause of a mass meeting at the Audi torium last nlghU when 4.HM people fathered and held an indignation meeting. The meeting was presided over by Hon. W. H. Carroll, fhah man of the Demorratic State onven tion. Strong resolutions were adopt ed. Hite. who was in jail under sus picion of beinrthe murderer of Sneed. bei-auie alarmed and sent for Attorney General Patterson and eonfescd the murder. This was not the only murder gvow int: out of yesterday's primary. 'as per Blanz, an old German, was knocked down by 'ap Wooten, a local tough, and died early this morning from brain concussion. Wooten is al.-o in jail, charged with murder. Family Life In Yucatan. Sisters have a fancy for dressing precisely alike, even to the tying of a bow, the turn of a button or the flower worn in the hair. In the tropics, you know, ...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 27 June 1896

3151 M!' rrfy laVnf 1 1 DEMOCRAT PRINTING CO., PuDlisHers. CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, JUNE 27, 1896. Vol. XXI No. 10 iu i nil 1:1 in in 111 n 1:1 n 111 ,m 1 1 FINAL VICTORY In the Supreme Court. Tlie St. I.ouls. np-(.Irar.teau .v 1 .rl siuith Itullroad I hm' Decided in Favr of ilouck. The Supreme Court nf Missouri in the nif f Miriam vs. the St. Louis. 'aM- Jiradcau V Ft. Smith Railway, anil which was appealed from the Iron : County Circuit Court on tin; question ' whether or not J udge Green had the! right to appoint Kii Kiotz or any one: !.- a- receiver of the roaii as against' the appointment maiie by .hid-v Kiley of Louis llouek. to-tiay decided against Judge Green's action and re versed his n:linLr. thus vacating and annnlling the appointment of Klotz. ! This derision linallv settles the status ' FEATHER IN SMITH'S CAP. Iluurk's Victories Kull 1 limns", to Southern Mlssuri. The victories won by Louis Holiek . Tuesday in tiie I'nited States and State courts in the St. L...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 27 June 1896

THE DEMOCRAT. II. II. ADAMS, Publisher. CAPE GIRARDEAU. - MISSOURI. The fonr district democratic conven tions in West Virginia elected free sil ver men to Chicago. The delegations will stand solid for free silver. Ox the 17th the navy department ac cepted the torpedo boat Ericsson from the builders, the Dubuque iron works, of Dubuque, la., and the last payment of SS.000 was made. Failures throughout the United States for the week ended on the 19th were 276, as against 228 for the corre sponding week last year. For Canada the failures numbered 28, against 31 last year. TnE filibuster steamship Laurada having again escaped the fire of hostile (Spanish gunboats, and once more in friendly waters, passed in the Dela ware capes, on t he 16th, on her way np the - iver to Philadelphia. William C. Wihtxet, on the 18th, declared very positively that he was not a candidate for the presidential nomination, and would not attend the Chicago convention as a delegate, but simply as a private citize...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 27 June 1896

THE DEMOCRAT. . II. ADAMS, I'uhllnlier. "CAPE C'ltARDKAU. - MISSOL'Ei. THE BOW IN THE CLOUD. All day Ions the clouds had lowered. And the rain had swept the earth. Till It lay all fair and lovely As when ;xl first Rave It hlrth; And the sunset splendor falling. Set a rainbow in the sky: And I learned life's hardest lesson As the clouds were Uril'tin!; by. For the radiant sunset jrlory. KjillliiK on my raptured eyes. As the clouds were lifi.-d. thrilled me With a rare and ra-(t surprise. I!ut if life were all fair weather. As the lleetint; days so by. We should never know the beauty Of the rainbow In the sky. As the sun seems all the l.riphter Tor the troublous elouiis that rise, Po our tears but ch ar our vision 1'or the rainbow's Kind surprise. And our hearts nr.-all the pun-r For the Father's chast. hint; hand. While our faith srrows -l'uri-r. trusting Where we cannot understand. So if hearts were free from sorrow, Kyes were nevr tilled with tears. We should never know the rapture...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 27 June 1896

The Weekly Democrat. Published Ev"ery Saturday by Tile DemOGrat PnntinQ GO.!'11'1 in that Iu-nlar nei - hbo, - 114 THEMIS STREET. Entered at the l'ost uflle at Cape Uirardi-an Mri.. as second-class matter. SATLKDAY, JEXE i . . . For President. WILLIAM M'K IXLEY. For Vice President. CAKPr.T A. HOISAP.T. For Congress. .HtllX A. sxidki:. ANNOUNCEMENTS. ro;: state si:.v.Toit. iir- authorized to announce Tli'.MAS K. CKitKN ii candidate for State Senator from A thi- Si tutorial District, subject to the decision of the Senatorial llepublicin nomiriatintr convention Kolt SilKiilKF. We are authorized to announce liKltXllAlt!) ;n-kf.:. A- a candidate forth.- otliee of Sheriff of aiH- t iirardeau eountv. subject to th" action of the It- nublican noimnat- in;,' convention. ' We are authorized to announce i Kl)V.i:iiF. KKJiKXHAKIlT j A a candidate for Sheriff of CatK j lira ruea -. 1 county, subject to the action of the H'-ptihiican riominatinir con vention. f hc oirvTY T!;kasfi:!-:i: We aie aut...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 27 June 1896

MIXED UP. Found That 1 of Interest. MONDAY. The Ilaptist Sunday school an; pivpairin to -rive an c children itertain- iTii-nt. An adjourned term of the County Court will hi; held at Jackson next Monday. At this term jurors for the Circuit :iml('iiinmo!i Pleas Courts will Iw held. Hills are out announcing the hi;j Fourth ol July celebration at Wilier's Park in this city, and preparations a iv :.-inr "mad.? for a jrrand time. Alls .lZie l:i l-ljif -. ml t;.. M..1. 1 lie and KM:. llUm.n .-- ........ n , hji Jefferson City to attend the State con- ..... ... i.apusi i uun;' reopie s I Hon. Tin; ladies of th lather, of the Preshvteriuri church will serve dinner and supper durinjr the Democratic 'onirressional convention in this city July L'J. We mLdit teli you more about One Minute Couli Cure, but you probably know that it cures a coujfh. F.very on.- does who has used it. It is a jm-i--!. ct reni-'dy for eoti:hs. colds. hoarse ness, h is an esM-cial favorite for j hihheii. U;in pleasant t...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 27 June 1896

f ! V i U 1 i 1 i "WILLIAM M'KIXLEY, OF OHIO. GARRETT A. HOBART, OF NEW JERSEY. The Nominees of the Republican National Convention For President and Vice President of the United Slates The Platform De clares for the Gold Mone tary Standard. The Nomination Made After a Contin uous Session Last lug Over ine Hours. St. Lot is, June it The battle has been fought " the Kepuliliian na tional convention. .Villkua MeKin ley, of Ohio, is the nominee of the partv for president and Garrett A. Hobart, of 'ew Jersey, for vice-president on a platform distinctly declar ing for a pold monetary standard. The only really sensational feature of the convention was the withdrawal of some of the western silver leader, headed by Senator Teller, of Colorado, an event that had been discounted by a previous declaration of inten tion. The proceedings, as a whole, were of the cut-and-dried order, the results leinr practically as they were mapped out bv the McKinlev managers; so that while' there has beu a cert...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 27 June 1896

a -t V IN AGRICULTURAL HINTS. BEAUTIFYIN3 sVrEETS. How the Attrartlvenem of Tillage Cat Be EnhanrtMi C.rcatly. In a city the individual usually has no voice, except indirectly throuirh his ballot, in the beautifying of the streets or parks; but in a villa-re it is far other vise. There lie may do much by his own individual efforts; he jnav eNert a great inn uence by friendly discussion, plan ning and doing in association with his immediate neighbors, or he may have a much greater influence by working through a village improvement society. The main point is to have the cnthusi osni and the staying qualities that w ill result in continued rather than spas modic efforts. One of the first things to lie considered In attempting to make a viilage more at tractive is the improvement in the looks of the streets. There arc at least four elements tha. enter into the make-up of a handsome urect the trees, the I FIG. 1. prass borders, the sidewalks and the driveway. It is sometimes necessary to...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 27 June 1896

;i . -i ft V 1 n i !. n : i DIDN'T MIX WITH TROUBLE. The stranarer Within the -ates Ob served a trii-t Neutrality. In uiiswerto my 'Hello!the house!" tha niountainear's wife came to the door and uttered a 'Howdy?' and as I asked for lodsrin for the nijht, she looked me over and finally said: Stranger, ar' yo much of a hand to mix in?" "How do you mean?' "Wall, kin yo" sot bv and ii'ar two jieople ja.viu' without takin" sides?" "Yes, i think so.'' "Won't take up fur neither side?" "Xo." "Jest mind yo'r own lii.ncss arid let 'em font it out?" "Yes." "Wall, then, yo' kin yit down and stop fur the niylit. l'nt yer hosr in that shed and the old man will take keer of him when he cuius home." "I ean't exaetly make out what you meant when you spoke aliout quarrel injr, I said, after entel inj; the house and seeinjr that she was alone. "I kin explain in about a minit," she promptly replied. "We hev two sort ofrelijjun around here Methodist and Baptist." "The oleman'sa Methodist, but I'm a Ba...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 4 July 1896

1. -. ; t CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, JULY 4, 1896. Vol. XXINo. 11 DEAOGRflT PRINTING GO., Publlsliers. THE FREE COINAGE HOLD Uft NOW FOR WAR WHITNEY'S CROWD. WE WANT TO KNOW HANNA'S JOB. Why the Stock Law Not Enforced. is It is Hie luily oi the M: r t V. in.' Ordinances. We ha v. .: ";t y Marshal, we haw. W--- Lav- a Ci also have an Mayor. W- iiiat :-. A-----;--ti s:;.-h y "-.;tk-I !. ordinance i:: suppose otV.eiai-. .-I:li with- city shall be at. !;i:-v lav. book that -ays unlawful f-i- sioi-: thr! ii . run v.'itiiii: tlr- I'oriioi-iiii- limits of of t 'a:..- ;irar:li'au. I a th::t tii.- eity ;..v.- howl: U o!-ili:;.i:ii'i- too. ii !;ni:: tin il iil.- of the Mayor ami tin-I'ity Mar .-.i:;ti. !: of tii" li'.i'.i".- of tin- MiiyC.l i-. -.1 .-;" that ail orilinano's aii- ri:- for. i' 1. Tlw 5o'k oi'dinar.i i.- i!' of oi-'liisuno's ami it i- "!i jioi'tant oi'iiinaiii'i'. Th - ;-oii'.-- x ( s i i- i,. ft ii-ti-:i .wlr'H i' was it ; a ooil hiw. ami hciii'V t 'i;it or . -ity autl...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 4 July 1896

HON. LYMAN TRUMBULL f he Ex-United States Senator From rilf nois Is Dead He Passed Away at Hla ( hirago (lame After a Lone Illness While by Nome Considered Politically In consistent, He Was Highly Esteemed by All Who Knew Him. Chicago, June 25. Ex-Senator Ly tnan Trumbull died at 3 l m. at hia home in this city, lie had been ill a long time. Judge Trumbull was born at Col chester, New London county. Conn., in 18ia. For more than 60 .years his lias been a life of ceaseless activity. He has been school teacher, lawyer and judge. lie has played his part in politics on the stump, in the halls oi congress, in the deliberations of par ties and as a non-combatant coun selor. In the beginning he was an anti slavery democrat. As a republican he fought side by side with Lincoln and the men who founded the republican party of to-day. Then his party, as he thought, departed from its true mis sion and followed a line his conscience would not indorse. Resolutely he turned his back on his former a...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 4 July 1896

;1 8 SCHOOL AND CHURCH. --The pope has granted permission to Roman Catholics to reside at the English universities nndcr certain con. ditions. Thirty-three million dollar 1, been raised by the London Missionary society during the hundred years of its existence, and 200,000 heathen have been converted. Each conversion costs --The trustees of the lnte eirl of fn ray, vtho had large public bequests to . . . .... 1 Hiiocaie, nave decided to give 20,000 to the University of Edinburgh to form a fund for the promotion of original re search. William F. Pierce, the new nreai dent of Kenyon college at Oambier, O., Is only 23 years old. He has been a pro fessor in philosophy at Kenyon for the last three years and was graduated in from Amherst. Mrs. Elizabeth Ludlow, the daughter of the well-known New Yorker. Robert Center, who was killed while riding a bicycle on the Western boulevard in New York some months aero, lias iriven his entire estate, valued at $150,000, to emlow m his memory a fund ...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 4 July 1896

The Weekly Democrat.!. Published Every Saturday by The Democrat Printing Go. 114 THEMIS STREET. Entered at the Vmt Oflte at (.'- (iiranl.-au. Mo., as Becunil-elass matter. SAT IK DAY. JI'LY 4. 1 ''. REPUBLICAN TICKET For I "resident. WILLIAM M'KINLKV. For Vice I 'resident. GAI.KKT A. HOHAUT. I'or 'onjrress. .MuIN A. SXIDKK. ANNOUNCEMENTS. Kelt STAVl". SKXAToH. We antimri.ed to announce THOMAS It. i'KKKX As a candid.-tt." for State Senator from this Senatorial District, subject to the decision of the Senatorial Iteoidilieati nominating convention Knit SHKHIKK. We are authorized to announce HKKNlIAItlJ (iiKKKI. As a candidate for tin- olliee of Sheriir of 'ae ( ;ira:-de:iu county, subject to the action of the I puliliran nominat in.' convention. We a iv authorized to announce KDWAKD V. KHlKNHAKIVr As a candidate for Sheriff of Cape ( Jirardeaucoiinty. subject to the action of tile ll -publii-an nominatinir con vention. KO! ('ul'XTY TKKAST'KKK. a iv authorized to announce AC'.UST TDK A...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 4 July 1896

MIXED UP. Everything ol Local Form To Found That Is of Interest. MONDAY. Scott county farmers say they raised only half a crop of wheat this year. They have lots of straw but the wheat is liht. Capt. IJurton says the passen-rer rate from here to St. Louis will not bo more- than a dollar when the rate wal ls on ln'tween the steamboats. Mr. 1). A. Clenn is roinr on a trip to Colorado about the l.th of Julv. Twenty head of stock running at lar;rc does not ;rive this town a jrood -end oT to stranjrers who know that we have a stock law. Tiieiv is no city law that the icople of this city would rather see enforced than the stock law. Will our city au thorities continue to disregard their oatli of otlice by allowing the stock to run at larire'-' Gust Sehult. will move into'.his new house in July. Gust will then be a thirdwardei". We iiii irlit tell you more about One Minute Conjrli Cure, but you probably kno.v that it cures a courh. Every one does who ha?? Used it. It is a i?r fect remedy f...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 4 July 1896

THE DEMOCRAT. IS. II. ADAMS, Publisher. tAPE GIRARDEAU. MISSOURI Hon. Mark Hanna's Lakewood (0.) villa was entered by a burglar, on the morning of the 26th, who secured 8300 worth of jewelsand 570 in money and ! escaped. The twenty-fifth anniversary of J. 15. Angell's presidency of the Uni rersity of Michigan was celebrated at Ann Arbor, on the 24th, with appro priate ceremonies. Joseph K. C Forrest, one of the founders of the Chicago Tribune, and an editorial writer for many years on Chicago papers, died, on the 23d, at his residence in that city. The Indiana State Bar association was organized at Indianapolis, on the 23d, at a meeting of lawyers from all over the state. Gen. Benjamin Har rison was chosen first president unani mously. Americas green goods men are operating in Japan, and complaint has been made to the state department by some of the intended victims through United States Consul Mclvor, at Kan agawa. Failures throughout the United States for the week ended on the 26t...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 4 July 1896

'ET him. who will. burn powder, rine bells, and make a noise. And list to windy orators. If tliat's what he enjoys And deems a sane; -'h!.A appropriate, and nineteenth-century way To celebrate the glorious date of Inde pendence day; Or let him toil and strain and strive In some athletic game. Or else beneath a broiling sun sit down to watch the same. Or join the hot, perspiring crowds on an excursion boat That think they must be happy Just be cause they are afloat; Or let him do a thousand things that eaper minds invent To lure the wary dollar and corral the nim ble cent Of the patriotic citizen who tries hard to be Kay, "Because," thinks ho, "I ought to be," but doesn't know the way. But let me rather steal away to some se cluded spot. Where, lost in sylvan solitudes, with all life's cares forgot, Vnmoved by moss-grown custom, or by what the neighbors say, I'll celebrate, at any rate, my Independence day. H. G. Paine, in Harper's Weekly. T IS Thursday, the memorable Fourth of Julv,...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 4 July 1896

i : ! : I i A n - 5. i t - . The Crisis at Clilcajro. It will be noticed that ex-Secretary Whitney. Secretary Morton, and the rest of the urltl Democratic leaders who have spoken in the past eij,'ht or ton days have ivi-n tip all hope of !e inir able to coax or coerce the extreme element of their party into relaxing its demands. The silver faetion. bav in:.' the strength of a -riant, is yoin to use it like a giant, it will even assail the t-.vo-tliirds rule if that requiit nunt should stand in the way of tin- accom plishment of their designs. !f the sil ver men -ret. through the contests on seats, enough votes to bridire over the narrow Lrup between their present total and a clear two-thirds of tile Conven tion the rule will lie allowed to stand, but if the full two-thirds eai: nut be had tin- rule v.-ill have to ro. The p!;l!: of th-- free cohvrs are beautifully obvious and simple. There is no attempt to hide them fir to dis f.iUe them by euphemistic name-. Thi' fn-o coiners have e...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 11 July 1896

. - 1 It DEMOCRAT PRINTING CO., Ptiblisbers. CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, JULY 11, 1896. VoI.lXXI No. 10 DEMOCRACY'S DOOM. A Free Silver Platform. Will rrlalnly seul It Postmaster 'iicrai Wilson -o Jleditres Iti In b Letter to tlie s-t. Louis a lobe-1 lemocrat . The " I lobe-Democrat" invites from me an opinion of tin- fatality of mnk- : ing fix; silver the supreme issue of; the Democratic party. I am glad to I respond to its request, although this i momentous issue seems, aliout to lie : lecid'd under conditions Utile favor---able to calm discussion- This in it-; self is ground for alarm. It was truly said by the late Mr. Lamar that financial legislation deals with the! two most delicate and sensitive parts ! of the apparatus of civil society the' ciineney of a country and the all-; pervading relation of debtoi and ; creditor. This Ix-ing true, then' is : nothing in the relations of human so- j ciety that ought U Ik-touched so call- i tiously: nothing "lint rash exjieriiiicu...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 11 July 1896

A LIVELY BATTLE Between the Sheriff end the Mob al Korea, O One Ktrlkir Killed and One Wounded Women I'ut a Party of Depn tie to Flight Militia Promptly Called Out, and herftons Trouble with the En raged J'opulace Feared. , Cleveland, O., July 1. The strike nt tlie quarries of the Cleveland Stone Co. to-day resulted in the shooting' to death of Vinton Machusski and the wounding; of John Melosky, who can Dot survive the night. Joseph War.x naski and Antonie Totak sustained flesh wounds which are not serious. The battle between Sheriff Leek with 40 deputies and 200 strikers oc curred at Westview. three miles from Herea. The mob had driven out the workmen, and when the sheriff ar rived he ordered the mob to disperse. Tliey refused, and a shot was. fired at Deputy Carman. The sheriff then or dered his men to fire, and about sixty shots were exchanged before the mob fled. Machusski was helped to Berea, where it was found he had been shot from tlie back through his left lung, lie died sho...

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