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Mad Cows and Hogs. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 13 June 1901
Mad Cows and Hogs. Klaungan, Juno 12.—(Special.)—Mr. Burton, who lives Lhieo nnd one-half mltoß west from hero uuor Uio county lino bus two uuid cows and also OHoverul ■' bogs. Thoy ««!), bitten by,a mud dog about n week ago. At last roportß ho hod them locked up In hU bam,'awaiting tho urilvuP af iho state vetorlnury before killing them an*bo will thua ibeoivu tholr value In money from tho statu If killed by tbo state veterinary,. They neither eat or, dilnk anything. &lt; i
Election Judges. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 13 June 1901
Election Judges. r'okln, Jutwl'.!.—(Special.)—Tho follow-; lug are ttio Judges of cloctlori*solccte&lt;l.by the board of supervisors of Tazojvcll comity: ; »* ) „U f^,"!, Cincinnati—John Alfu, ■ Louis- Cars'lcu, Dennett Unlloy. ~ , , *&lt; *i Morton—l'etor SwoltEor, Ed&gt;C.~Voolpel, ■ Louis Moschel. i .I , I, ,*• -»|i ,\ Doer Creek—W. H. Green, Paul Slollz," G. 11. Small. , ! I | I - , 1,.-,,, Elm aio\e—U, L. Grooley, R, 11. Becker, A. L Iloblson. k i '_i *- i Mackinaw—Smith Thompson, F. A. Putorbnugh, S. S. Smith. I i 1,, "I /'*|' Grovolund—Jlenrj Schwuitz, Sam 1 It. Mooborry, Bainey Pinole. 1-1 It Foudulae—J. J. Arnold, T. J. 'Arnold, William Wanuley. » " v * Z. &lt; Malono—Charlos. rugh, "William Drulti, Jolin Kusßinnul. &lt; &gt; ' * , j &lt; * Hlttlo—S. D. Halnllne. J. M. Guy, Edgar Dixon. , &lt; |- I | "|» „J Spring Lako—W. E.- Scott, W. 11. Proi« ton, J. C. Dwyer. . - i -t ■ "Dclavnn No. I—W. 11. Lang, A. G. Nor...
Sints Auctioneers. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 13 June 1901
Sints Auctioneers. l'eliln,' Juno 12.—(Special.)—Tho SUt« Aut Honours' Association concluded its deliberations this morning, nftor n two Mays' session. They held an curly morning seaslon to expedite business, l'oorla inado n Kood plea for the next convention and BLCured It, the \otu being unanimous. Tho following nro tbo now ulllcurs ulcctod: I'lttililvnt, 11. O. Carroll, Tnylorvlllo; vlcopresldent, W. U. Oleso, niooinlugion; seclaary, John B, stout, I'ekln; treasurer, \V. P. .Mcrrloin, Wllllomsvlllo. It was tho wish of tho slate contention that n national auctioneers' convention bo held.'
Death at Fisher. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 13 June 1901
Death at Fisher. Flahcr, Junu 12.—(Special.)—After a protruUul lltutttti, Mrs. llunna J. GJlmoio died at her iei*|deneu in thin place at 3 11. m. today. She had been u sufferer from a utumuch trouble for tjovural years Four sons Mini two survive her, all of whom weiu piuaent at tho time of her death. Funeral v«ci\lcc&amp; will bo held on Frlda&gt;. , i
Knights of Columbus Party. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 13 June 1901
Knights of Columbus Party. —The local council of tno Knights of Columbus, which was organized a abort time ago lu Uilb city, had a formal opening of iliuii new quartern In the Grand opera hmttto taut night. It was In* tho nntutu of a card party, progressive yuclno being pla&gt;td Upwards of a hundred word In attendance and thu drat e\ent r of a boclnl nature gl\en by the council proved, a uuccesH In evory way. Suitable prl/ei i weio given to the winner*, who were ad follows: MUh Nellie Mnboncj, Mrs. 15. D. Jjonabue, Patrick lirennan and Miohncl Kell&gt;. Ice cream mid cuke were aeneil a'lei the mid pl.iyiug. Thu KntghtH bavo, all of tlio rooms formerly ut»ed Ijy Uio Elka for t* club room. They have billiard tables and all of the other conveniences of nu up-to-date hall. More Improve men to ' v/HJ he made lu the quaitera In the fall.
Pekin Pointers. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 13 June 1901
Pekin Pointers. ;&gt;ekln, 'June 12.—(Special.)—Tho ladles of* St.' Joseph's Catholic church gave a lawn party this evening on the lawn at 't thSiparsonsgo ; on Broadway.- It * was. I largely attended and n good .time was . had'by'nllT i Tho' new German Lutheran church nt Emdcir'ls to be dedicated Sunday, Juno f, li. The new house of vol ship cost $3,000. There will be n number from ihis -city who will go down on that day. - The following marriage licenses were / issued—Frederick H. Gray, 30, of Sednlla Mo., and Miss Frances Plorpont Walker, 25,-of Mackinaw; Chrl«tlan E. Schneider • 30, Dos.Molnes, la., and Miss bourne M. Woost, 32, of Pekln; Rudolph 1). Uirkln. 26,., and Mlbs Sarah Velde, 22, both of Pek'in. , , At the Acme works today one man had a* ptok'drlven through his foot, and another unknown, had his hand caught under a trip hammer and half his baud - crushed oft. . Rudolph D. Lackmnn nnd Miss Sarah Velde, both of this city, wero married this morning at tho home of ...
Appellate Court Appointments. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 13 June 1901
Appellate Court Appointments. Springfield, \Tune 12.—(Special.)—Tho -supreme court today announced tho appointment of, H. N. Shopard and 11. V. Freeman to Buccocd themsolve* as raombors of 'the branch appellate court and of A. H,-Waterman to succeed C. 11. Horton, of tho same court. H. D. Mnßon, of of Chicago, Ib appointed to succeed Gcorgo B. Hunt, deceased, as a motnbor of tho -slate board of law examiners. .
To Organize State Bank. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 13 June 1901
To Organize State Bank. 1 i* Springfield, Juno 12.—(Speclnl.)—A permit was Issued today by the auditor of public accounts to organize tho Union Slate bank, of Paw Paw, 111., to David Smith, T. H. Stutlor,,Teal Swarlhout, D. J. Wheeler, S. D. Miller and Fred Fuller. The capital stock Is $25,000. |
New Incorporations. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 13 June 1901
New Incorporations. J y Springfield. Juno* 'l2.—(Special:)—Certificates of Interpolation wero Issued today by Secretary of Stato nose as. follows: , i.. i jTbo Keshner Mercantile Company, Oronhlte City; capital, J15.000; general mercantile, lncoi porators, George C. Keshner, Alvln Moreßeld and Edward P. Kesh- ' ner.' ' * ' V Tho Peoria Corn Exposition and CarnlVal, Peoria; to glvo exposition**, incorporators, H. U. Morgan, J. D. Bartholo- , mow and 1. M. Mai tin. k \ -,Tho T»towell County Telephone Company, located at Vermont, certifies to an Increase In cnpttal stock from $2,500 to * JIO.OOO. '£ The Monmouth Telephone Company, located' nt Monmouth, cortlllos to an Increase -In capital stock from $35,000 to 150.000. i '
Clinton News Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 13 June 1901
Clinton News Notes. „. Clinton, Juno 12.—(Speclnl.)-^Charlcs Watt, who dlsnpenrod from'his homo at 'DeWllt some-weeks ago, is at Dulnon, III", where his brother, Loroy, Is agent ifor the Illinois Central, i ' ■ , .;; Melville Chffltor, who is under nrrOßt lu tho snmo man who woikcd a. bogus" chock,, game 1 hero , some- months 'nBO.\,!HV oporatod under tho name' of "; William Loo, and presented checks slgn"cd by, J. H. Norlhcott paya'blo tohla orphotograph In «. Chicago ucwb- „ jiapor; was recognlsod by Ed. Krudensteln, who" had' his autograph'* oh*'*n oheok' for }12.60." All tho* checks which he passed * beie will bo forwardod to Chicago. Scweltsor had a narow escapo from f' 'drowning in the lake at Woldun Springs.. With some companions be bud been bathing" bufcould &lt; not swim. Ho vonturud ■i beyond his depth. The cries of his broth-, , f»r,JjWho' was near by, alarmed tho -"man at tho lake and ho started to tho •t»pot." Thu'boy had i gone down. Two ot "|hH%coru|ianloiis, ...
Mallory Resigns at Wenona. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 13 June 1901
Mallory Resigns at Wenona. Jnne 12.—(Special.)—M. M. I'.Mallory, county superintendent of schools f|"of'.Marshall county, who w'as yestorday to tho suporlntendcncy of tho fePoutlau reformatory, resigned his bchuol &gt; office today, the snrao to take effect June - &gt; '39.* Tho board of supervisors appointed Prank l'orry, u( Delloplaln, as ills sucvcoi«or. i i i i .
Sudden Death at Odell. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 13 June 1901
Sudden Death at Odell. SyOdoll, Juno 12.—(Special.)—Tho funoral •; of Elisabeth Egger, 1!) yearn Old, daughter ?or, Jacob Eggor, was hold 01,11)0 fumlly ', rwldonco, three miles northeast of town, j-thlH afternoon at 3 o"clock. The korvlccs 'tVero conducted by Rev. D. l'\ Wilson, of \too M. E. church, and u largo number of friends and neighbors wore In attendance. /The circumstances attending tho death "of Miss Eggur were unusually sail. Sun- ' day morning she diove to Ode 11 und a lltlater drove to the ceni«tery to .put ,„Hume flowers on her sister's grave. While she suddvuly became 111 and '-'■ topped in front ot the residence of Mi*. &gt;.A. Scholl. She wan assisted from the buggy nnd tukuu towards the houso, but ou reaching the porch full rarwnrd unconscious. A doctor wms quickly summoned, hut nothing could bo done to relieve her. Sho never regained i-onsciousuuss and dtod In convulsions Monday night. Tho cnuba ossigned Is the but sting of a blood vessel nt the base of t...
Close of Grain Dealers. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 13 June 1901
Close of Grain Dealers. Docatur, Juno 12.—(Special.)—The annual contention of the Illinois Ornln Dealers' Association adjourned ibis evening, after u day of addresses and dlwcusRlons of re-olutlous. Tho paper by George 11. Phillips, the corn corner king, -\\ns read by DUector Baxter, and was followed with lnttTOst. Mr. 2'hHHpH Is under the care of a doctar In Chicago and could not attend The paper wus on the condition ol crop* generally and bhows when to buy and sell. Thornton K. Pilco, tho lonernble fetntlbtlelau, re id a paper on crop conditions in general .predicting a shoitngu In oats. A loft mernge la wheat and nothing as to Lorn, as it Is 100 early 10 bpeeulalo on that cereal. The St. Louts and Chtcogo contingents •weie pitted against the countty members as to the i tiles prcsanted for adoption governing trade lelations; they hold that local aseoclatlons should not dictate to dealers In the largu cities for tho roasou that many things come up about which ' the country dealers ...
Chatsworth Commencement. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 13 June 1901
Chatsworth Commencement. Chatswortb, June 12.—(Special.)—The twentieth annual commencement of tho Chatswortb high school was held at tho Baptist church nt 8 p. m. Tuesday, June 11. Tha piogran/mo given was as follows , Music—"Under tho Valm and Pino." W. 1). Kenneth. . I Tin ocatlon—Rev. I. W. Johnson. Music—Medloy Overture, "Harvest Days." H. Voii Filger. , i Salutatory—l&gt;ra Wunderllch. Ointlon—"Who Hcaltnica, Kails." Alta Bet nice Messier. , Oration—"Tho Genius of Napoleon Bonaparte." Emanuel Bortel Portias. Music—"By, the Rippling Schuylkill's Shore." A. L. Fisher. Cornet and trotnbunc—John Burch and J. Armstrong. Otatoon—"America Moans Opportunity." Frank Anton Orlmnn. Orntlun&gt;-"Looklng Backward." Andrew George Molblci. Ointlon—"lt," Cora Belle Brondhcad. Music—Selection fro»i "The Burgomaster." Ouptnv Luders. Presentation ol diplomas—Supt. C. F. Van Hoi on. Mtißic—"Coon! Coon! Coon!" Leo Friedman, i Mublc by Burch's orchestra. Mlbs Ruth Virgil Spencer, the...
Walkor-Gray. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 13 June 1901
Walkor-Gray. Mackinaw, June 12.—(Special.)—Mr. Frederick Grny, of Sednlla, Mo., and Mis* Frances Plerpont Walker, of Mackinaw, woro married nt 6 o'clock this afternoon, at tho home of the bride's mother Mrs. Mary Walker, this city. Tho home was a bower of beauty nnd elegance. The brido and groom received their guests Informally and nt 5 o'clock took their places under a canopy of\ ferns from which waß suspended a oupld, bow ami arrow, of marchal nell roses, where the ceremony was perfoimed by Rev. O. L. Smith, pnstor of tho Christian church In tho preßenco of 300 guests. Music was rendered by Mr. Frank; W. Ilarvoy nnd .Mr. 11 Burgess Jones, of Bloomlngton. Tho bride is tho youngest daughter of Mrs. Mary Walker of this city. Sho has grown to womanhood In this community nnd is universally known nud loved for her charming' personality. Sho is a graduate of Miss Morgana school of expression In Chicago and formerly attended the Wooloyan In Bloomlngton. The groom Is n most worthy and exce...
Death of E. F. Norton. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 13 June 1901
Death of E. F. Norton. Tnlluln Juno 12—(Special.)—E. F. Norton, for many yonrß n prominent citizen and biißlnoßß innu ot this city, died shortly after A o'clock this afternoon from tho offectn of an operation performed on him Sunday night for appendicitis. Mr. Norton was In his usual good health up to last Thursday.
CROPSEY MAN IN INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 13 June 1901
CROPSEY MAN IN INDIA. Letter Ahnut Conditions In Tlint Country, Written by I»r. C. 11. "Ward, Formerly ' €if This County. ' ' —Editor Pantngrnph:—lndia In no longer situated In the,.uttermost 'parts of the 'earth, oven to 'an American." In the dnys gone by It wns the land of the cobra and tho bougal tiger. Today It is the land whero American goods compote In all lines with English. To bo sure, there aro still, some ugly, stories about India. Month beforo'lnst more'than 40,000' people died 'of plnguc. The recent census reveals tho grimy 'act that last year'» famine cairled about 10,000,000 of souls out of tho wolld. Still there are nearly 300,000,000 left India's soldiers have been called away to light for others In South Africa and China, but wo ltavo peace nt honfe, and while famine conditions still continue) In western India, making 11 necessary to continue rolicf measures, yet in most of the empire good crops arc the cheer of a povorty-strlckon peasantry. Wheat Is a record crop I...
Seven Years in Bed. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 13 June 1901
Seven Years in Bed. ■Will wondeis nover cense?" Inquire *(lio friends of Mrs. L,. Pease, of Lawrence. Kas. They know she had been unublo to leave her bed In aeven years on account of kldnoy and liver trouble, nervous prostration and general debillt&gt;; but, "Three bottles of Eclectrlc nitters enabled me to walk," »hc writes, "and in three months 1 felt like a now porson." Women suffering from Headache, nackacho. Nervousness. Sleeplessness, Mclancholj, Fainting and Dizzy SnelN will llnd It n priceless blessing. Try It. Satisfaction is guaranteed. Only fiOc. W. W. Marmon and A. E. Stout, Normal. •
FARM AND STOCK NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 13 June 1901
FARM AND STOCK NOTES —Mr. W. 11. Thorpe, of Wnpelln, sold a load of his own cattle in Chicago June 5, at ?5.00. —HssexvlUe, Mich., Is to have a factory foi the innnufticluie of chemicals from sugar beol lofuse. ' —Mr. Henry Wallace, editor of Wallace's Farmer and bis wife, have left DesMolnet for a ten weeks' trip In Gieut Britain. —Tho Michigan crop bulletin shows that great damages to the wheat by Hessian lly niu almost general 1 in three southern tiers of counties of that statu, and that tho wheat haw been failing rapidly. —Sibley Journal:—Mr. F. A. Warner and H. U. Young -were at Monticello ami adjacent points yesterday In search of mote cattle They purchased four head of I'olli'd Angus to add to the herd they already own. The Sibley estate is Interested with Mr. Young in this venture and experiment with a view to solving tho problem of "Cattle ralbing by the Tenant Farmer." The outcome will bo anxiously awaited, not only by local fat me! s, but also by advanced fanners all over...