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A NIGHtT WIT!F T&ZAIN IottlS
A Drumuner's Exiwrienwce w ith TexAs )out
CFrom the Atlanta Con'nt liVI.,
"Has the morning papcr anything
about the cepture of those Texas train
robbers?" said a guest at the iMbaUl
vesterday morning to his neighbor who
was burying himself in the morning
"Guess not," was thie careiess reply.
"I don't see nothing about it."
"Because, von see," said the inquirer,
apologetically, "I feel a little personal
interest in those fellows. I am on my
way back there now, and hope to re
ccgnize some of 'em when I get to the
jails where they have the saspected men
"Recognize them?" said the newspaper
reader, lowering his paper and looking
curiously at the speaker.
"Yes," he said, touching the top of
his head carelessly.
"I was on the train, and got a pretty
rough introduction to them. I don't
care to try the experience again, though,
I confess, I would be rather glad to re
new the acquaintance under other cir
cumstances if I could recognize them
among the captured men."
The paper went dowa on the tabte,
and the reader and all those seated at
the table were attention.
"You see," he continued, encouraged
by the interested attention of the yet
breakfastless group, "it was in the
night, and we had all retired in the
sleeping car. After we passed San An
tonio on the way to Fort Worth I drop
ped off to sleep. The next thing I knew
I was awakened by loud voices. I found
the car dark and the train still. I soon
discovered by the talk that the occupants
of the berths just adjoining me were be
ing robbed. I tumbled at once to the
situation and began to hustle to hide my
money and watch. I was just in the act
of slipping them under the mattress
when I heard one of the robbers say,
'Rip it open,' which showed that they
were doing their work leisurely and
thoroughly. So I concluded it was use
'less to hide it there. I reached over by
the window and found a little crack ust
at the side of the bed and I shoved my
watch and roll of bills down there. Then
I slipped my pants under the pillow to
give the robbers a chance to go through
them. There were a couple of silver
dollars and some change in the pocket.
Just as I did this, however, it occurred
to me that if they found so little as that
they would think I had more somewhere
else. So I reached over and pulled a
bill off my roll and stuck it in the
pocket, and settled myself as though I
was asleep. When they came I didn't
'wake' at first, and wben I did I started
up as though just waked out of a sleep,
and asked what was the matter. Then
one of them hit me whack over the head
with a revolver and told me to wake up
and get out your money in a huriy. I
miade some littlo show of protest and
gave up my little pile in my breeches
pockets with a good deal of grambling.
The leader, who by the way was a rather
fine looking fellow, and evidently a per
son of good education, said: "Where's
the rest of it? You're a drummer, ain't
you? You drummers always have plen
ty of money!' I said: 'That's where you
are mistaken, captain. We sell the
goods, but don't collect the bills. We
never have any money. Now, captain,'
I continued for effect, 'can't you give
me back those two silver dollars and not
leave me without absolutely any money?'
'Oh, we are not making change to-night,'
he answered, as he passed on to the next
victim. As he finished up the car apu
mea back he stopped at my berth again
and said: 'How do you feel now, part
ner?' I answered that I felt pretty well.
'Well, good night,' said he with a laugh,
'I hope to meet you again.' Wrten they
went out I pulled out my watch and roll
and found that I was only out twelve
dollar's and a few cents over. .Most of
the people on the train lost all their
money, watches and diamonds."
"Would yon know9,the men ifyo
"Undoubtedly. They wore no masks
and the lights they carried enabled me
to see them distinctly, e~pecially the
leader, and a fine looking fellow ie was
The gentleman whose rather startling
experiences had furnished the theme for
breakfat table gossip left shortly after
wards for Texas, where he goes for the
purpose of identifying, if possible, the
2nen now under arrest.
Alleged Anarcnists. in Ph.adelphia.
A special from Philadelphia, Pa.. to the
Augusta Gazette sys the reports of a strong
Anarchistic movement in the manrufactur
ing districts of that city are far from ha-g
exaggerated. A close and careful investi
gation has disclosed the startling fact that
the Anarchists have formed no less than 40
groups of active members. The entire
membership is about 3,000. The male and
female Anarchists represent the most wicked
and revolutionary class to b e found among
the foreign element that have seemed a
stronghold iu the Kemington manufactur
ing district, vwhere there are between 300
and 400 cotton and woolen mills and othier
establishments, and which give employ
mnent to 100,000.
Since the recent visit of Herr Most, the
ex-convict and Socialist leader. the revolu
tionits have been more rabid in their de
nunciations and threats against the capital
ists than- ever before. D~etectives, wh:>
have been present at their recent meetings,
state that some of 3.the most bitter speech
makers have advocated the burning down
of the prominent factories and mills, while
other loud-mouthed fanatics have urged
their hearers to break into the houses of the
'capitalists at midnight, pull the mill owners
from their beds and hiang them to the
nearest lamp posts.
The incendiary harangues of the Anarch
ists have caused mutch excitement to pre
vail, as it is apprehended these teachings
may evenuate in a terrible and sanguinary
outbreak. The rumor that a number of
Anarchists have lately bought rities and
ammunition adds much t o the general comn
motion, as these preparations are beliuved to
indicate the early inauguration of agres
.A Destructl'e Storm.
A special front Long~view, Texas. say's:
One of the most destructive storms ce-er
known occurred Truesday night. tw~enty'
miles below here. and carried de:th uand de
struction in its course. A: New Prospect.~ a
neighboring town, twenity miles s'uth ofI
here, five men were kILd outright. At
Fair Play', a small hamle't, cue womn n
two children were killed. h::ving taken
shelter in an old house (in which a er
large tree fell. crushing hiem. In the' tray'
of this tornado noth~ig was lett. '1 e
country is thinly settled, which :ccounts
for the few liies lost. As there is no tele
graphic communication. hut lttle can be
learned at this time.
It is a kFact.
That Dr. Harter's Iron Tonic is cool
ing to the blood, controls excessive per
spiration, and will safely tide you over
that peried characterized_ by headache,
fainting spelis, exhaustive spasmodce
affections, and will give strength and
new life to the entire system.*
An extravagant woman burns a candle
in looking for a match.
ldopted 1PN the hnu;:ht. ut Labur--tme of it
Pit ataErii a, June 2'-ByV returns
nade to "ie general headquariers 0f the
ini'h s of Labor this moring. the new
:osJtiuion of the order, Cm dyi nmany
'hout a three- fourths vote. A *l'use pro
iin for the forinatioln o lnti::al trade
'sse'ih!!eC, 'lt out separately froi the 1
'Uauion and voted upn Ib y13 the local
is thirou:h ut the orler, has :ho
Jcen1 ad.1pted hWv nearly the One L . The
'ew e,.-ituVin wih~ be proniga~;ted by
he :en l executive board ill at very Itw
a ill go into eet immd'L l
*nn:lys is li te vote -1h ow., i 1at nlearly,
e f o th ioal aIS1em1blie. that ori d
thi adnin. of thec new Constitu1tiOn dlia s
)n 'eci''m t f cti1 :;25. w ic-h readt:
"No local or other assenbly or member
ha.dietyoini:ty. ive. sell or
ha ny ale. beer. or intoxicatlig iUoS
of a-kind at any ieeting. party.socale.
a.cixe or Cntertainient, what;ner ap
pertinirg to the order. Any uenber
found guilty of violating this law shall be
suspended not less than six iionth or ex
'eli d. No tine shall be imposed f-r this
offense. Any local or other assembly so
o'ig iall be suspended during the
plea-ure of the general executive board. or
shall have its charter rcvoked by s:d
Nearly every assembly composd sdolely
of Gerians voted against this clause, and
therefore against the whole.
The article on co-operation was adopted
unanimously. It is quite lengthly, and
provides for the ercation and disbursement
of fund to aid co-operative enterprises.
Eac local assembly is req uircd to collect
and deposit a slm not less than two cents
per mo:th for every member in good stand
ing. The money is to be invested by the
co-operative board, and the protits are to
be divided equally between the general as
sebiblv. the co-operative fund anud the
workmuen who create the pronit.
Tie new constitution gives the general
executive board full power to settle all
strikes and disputes, whether sanctioned
by the board or not. and it increases the
powers of the general board in many othe:
nartincuirs. Hereafter each district, state,
national or unattached local assembly, shal
be entitled to one delegate to each t3.000
ment-rs. The term of office, over which
there i:.s been so much controversy, h:s
been *,-ed at two years. Compensation
htre-fter will be fixed by the general as
smny when an officer is elected. Tue
natioal trade assenibly clause is probably
the :m.-st important of the changes. It pro
"Any particular trade -)r calling may
form a national trade assembly by gvinmg
at leat three month's notice to each local
assembiv. the ,Atire membership of whic'h
is composed of such trade, to attend a con
vention for the purl)se of forming a na
tion:d trade assendJiy.
At least two-thirds of the local assemblies
must vote in favor of the trade assembly.
and not less than ten assemblies, if there be
that number in the order, may receive a
charter. Section three of the article is not
very stronz, however, as it still leaves the
mater in the hands of the general execu
tive board, which. if the law has bcen com
plied with. may instruct the general secre
tar" to issue a charter. Votes will be re
ceived until July 15th and recorded.
although the new constitution will be in
effect some time before that, probably
about July 1st.
A SINGULAl DEATIt.
A Cc'red Man illed by Bell; V:tted In the
lead by Another Darlt'v.
Jack Dillard, colored. car coupler in the.
freight vard of the C. &k G. R'. it., in this
city, met with death yesterday aiternoon in
.most singular way. A bout 3 o'clock the
. fting engine was placing a t:.sk car
otosite the pumps of the turpentine
reser:xir of Loriek 6: Lowvrance, and not1
getting the car in the proper polsition to re
ceive tue turpentine, after manking sevrl
attempts. Dillard became impatient and
halked at Scott Logan, the colored tireman
on the shifting engine, that he was not at
tend inn to his business, whereup on the two
men passed a few banteringr words. When
the tank car was plaedt in position Dullard
got an the footboard of the engine andi told
Logan that if' he wanted anything out of
him to get dowvn on zhe gaind-.
Mr. W. 1). Graham. the engineer, ay.':
he was not impressed that the men were
angry. but were about to engage in a ply
ful tussle. Logan got off the engilne, and,
as he stepped on the ground, D~lard,
laugig, collared and slappedl hinm on tle
face. Logan than collared Dillard and thc
two scuffled around a little, when Logan
butted Dillard in the forehead. Both men
were laughing meanwhile and desisted
when Mr. Graham told them to gult their
foolishness and conic on to work. Dillard
said he had enough if Scott lad, antd
walked off a short distance, while Scott
got bsal c O the engine. During the tusl
neither mnif went to the ground, but one
held on to the other 'ud Were kicisng each
hei~r on the shins.
The engine then wvent up to the peniterl
tiary to car:y a c'ar. and before it returned
.r. 31. B3. Green, the yard master. found
Dullard lying insensible under the edge of
a car near the scene of the scurhie. His
cat and shoes were off, and ha h:;d unltut
toned his pants, but he could not speak
wiien 3Mr. Green called to him. 3Mr. Green,
thinking he had been mashed bietween the
ears, so stated to 3Ir. Grahanm when he
retut ned. 3Mr. Graham then said such was
not the case, and related the circumstances
of the sem~iie.
In the nmeatitme Dr. Tavlor had been
sum'oed, but before he cotuld reach the
yard illard was dead. It is thought he
died in about 30 minutes subsequent to the
sui!e, as near as could be judged. There
was no sign of the blow he had received,
but at the spot where hie was lying, it ap
peared as if he had spit up a small quantity
of bl- ad. lHe was to have gone up to the
peniteniary with the car, but not comning
to the eisoine wthen it left, the engineer
went on without him, under the impression
tht he was otherwise engaged in the yard.
W\hen told that Dillard was dead Scott
Logan began weeping and made no effort
t g.t away. Soon afterwards Policeman
Ogg appeared on the scene, arrested Logan
and c'onilned him in the guard house.
Cooner Civil later in the afternoon held
an inutt seeuring a jury composed of all
c~lored men with the exception of three.
C. D). Lowndes acted as foreman and sev
ral wvitnesses testinled to the effect as pub
lishe-t above. Adjourning from where the
otly lay, the jury went to the guard house
where Dr. Taylor was examined, Hie tes
tilled that tim blow caused the death and
tht it w'as his opinion that death resulted
fron hemorrhage of the tbrain.
It was shown by several w' itnesses that
Dilard, on the 1st M1arch last, got his heaid
mashed between some cars andl was laid
up a couple of weeks from his injuries. lie
adt off and. (in compulned since of pain in
thlaK and i ches'( t a.nd onhisaccouint had
toq ' wru coupl'' of days during tile
recen ho:- -- pell. . Thimy or mayt~ noit
have- 'en-'--re a blow- of any kind on his
hcad tdan:gerotus, u :it w 'as evidenlt that the
medate cause of dac w1 1as the butt re
eived~ froman the hea of L gan.
LO'-' wat\'s COmmifitted0 to jail to await a
re'inary hear~ing.-cea~i&a 1l. i,'d,
T a:n .1inEjOR-Ts Of another deal b'
the Standard (il Company. This con
cern now seek to control the manufacture,
of the carbon points used in the arc sys
tem of electric lighting. The vast mao
nopoly has swallowed up tho business in
petroleum, cotton seed oil, natural gas,
artificial gas and electricity; and it looks
as if they desire to control the light of
pt;. tot Iners ha- hecr a fro.iate t
coinniuud the 1;th ariy corps
The rc to build t he numunath catr.
dml in New York is pro !es lv
The strike at ihct er, N. Y., i
cared at an end.
Laiin & ll ' powder mili at Wayne.
N J.exploded! at 1 )'clowk 'us
'Flree men w kill.
Arcvhish-lon Walsh dienies ha he, %,ier.d
.en.i 0. Perio oin a mission zo Ienread
Eairth .u::e shcks wre 'elt Thura dy
in New lampshire .d \~!rmont
--Dc n Rul Sage . hes motII
in enriam he cani Ii17a n
.Jay (ould's u-1ieiraph cmn-p:ny owns1
(nol w Wire to str'tch tO thC mo-on anld
1,lil Spiner says Da a will e M i
ted to the union next year. That settles .
Dak.ot t w'tv *id-tt e.
P0debmo~t nd icmst e\ilI) inre)o iLts
poplsin a th rae of 90a yer( Ih
clatim l moen and may1 bietu.
Pa1ttki's vci-C is s-aid to "w fafllna A
wonumti! of -16 can't1 Le exp~ected to pr%6erVe
the irili of thei
The Cincinnati bnmk failure wr.as uc;
-igantie fraudl that the com ptroller of the
cirr ecy has -ven it his perso:1 attention.
Ex Governor St. Jon is in 'New York.
waving the prohibition il a- ;in t faces o
Th1e bullion viitirawn fria the Bank
of Endand Wednesday - .000i was for
shpmt i-to New York.
One-fourth of the busines' part of Eliza
bethtown, Kh.. was destroyed y tire on
Wedinesday. Loss z,100,000.
Private Secretary Laniont is uuoted as
s-i'vi- that the President's cabin in the
AXl.daucks~ cost him aory a y
Queen1 1t.ri a prese-:(7d '-er rot
vistors w - iti gold and their zatendauts with
Auguist Ucrning fatally siot hinielf and
wife in Louisville, Ky.. :s nigh . Jeal
ousy. They had been married live months.
The 1resident has appoiined Joseph X.
Preston, of Monticello, Ga , to be Indan
Ageta at Mission Ageney, in California.
It is stated at the White lIouse that the
President has decided to attend the centen
nial celebration at Clinten, N. Y.
It is estimated at the Treasury Depart
ment that the reduction of the public cebt
for June is about $15,00U.000.
The Worcester (Mass.) Lasters' Union
has -iven ip its struggle with the boot
manufacturers. and the trouble between
thenm is linally ended.
W. . . Wilian:s, treasurer of Ja:ud
cottv; , Dakota, is r-oported zmi n. dis
acco::nts are short :iS,090. He has bcaa
gone a week.
The Comptroller of Currency ma -
thoriz-d the Merchants' National Bank of
Macon. Ga.. to begin busine.ss with a capi
tal of $10.000.
TIc- jury, in the t.ri::i of .lcob :Iiarie,
in New York. charged with bribery, found
the tefmndant guihy. They were out only
It i.s reported that the rebellion against
the Amieer in Afghanistan is colilapsing and
that the Ghilzais are returning to their
The Ru-issian Nihilists are at work again.
No deep laid plot has bcea discovered, but
enough is known by the police to warrant
the -'rioni that th-v are plottiv-.
A 'Portsmouth. Ohio,. npeia says. An
excavation for a pile for South Shore rai
road bridge, three miles from here, caveG
in, crushing six mn to death.
Maaons. helpers and laiborers emaplayed
on gewers and street inmprovemients in
Rochester, N. Y., struck yesterday mourn
Tgfr 1h per day and of nine hours
The- .tenants on the 'in stozi estaie at
Mitelelstown have resolved to resist the
servie' of writs of eviction which it is pro
posed to issue against themi. O'Brien will
sho:--IV visit the tenants.
In the Crimina! Court ot Baltimore, yis
terday, several judges and clerks of elec
ion were sentenced to two years' imipris
owmnt fo'r frauid uracticed in the munici
King Milan, of Servia, has instructed
Premier Risetics to take me:.sures to pre
vent. ie return of Queen Natalie to Servia.
A Catnet crisis is expected if the Premier
ref ues to obey the King.
At Lake Qunsiganmond. Wednesday.
Ger-ge Bubear, the champion Oarsman of
Enold, heat James A. TenEycke thirteen
secnds in n tore-iile:'ace for .lo0 a side.
Bubears time was 20:13;.
Tomi King, colored, shot aind instatly
killed his wife, at Asheville. N. C.. Wednes
day morning. He says he was going hunt
tin, end his gu:. Went off accidentally.
Ue w-as 'rrested.
G . Wr.McCerick, a wealthy eitizen of
Thomasville, Ga.. recently presented the
Ipastor of each church in that city with a
houe and lot. Mr. McCormick is not a
member of any church himself.
The families of fifteen strikers at the
Pe:vy'ania Malt Works :t National, Pa.,
were evieted by the sheria a::d his dlept~
ties Wednesday. The sheriff was jeered
by the strikers, but no resistance was
The Treasury Department decided that
impored cows cannot be embraced in the
c-teo-rv of "household cliects." and are,
threo'e, not entitled to free entry on the
r'oiisd 1 :;t they are to be kept for per
Th'own of Marshtield, Wis., was swept
br fire on Mondov aftern~oon. Two thou
ind peop-nle are h'omeless, and the loss is e.
tiated at <1,4000.000. A lire at Hurley,.
Wis., destroyed p)roperty worth $7t00,000.
The action brongzht by' the stockhohleors
of the Charlotte, Columibia ana Auguasta
Railroad to break the lease of the road to
the Richmond and D~anville Company has
)een heard before Judge Roney at Augulsta.
Wmi. 3M. Murphy, Nationali:st member
of Parliament, has commnced-' proceced
ings aginst the captain of HI. M. S. Shan
non, for seizing his yacht in Banitry Bay
last week. because she cairried a green da:g.
Th'e cca rgc cotton miults at Ma-nville, R.
Lh-ve shut down indednitei l on ccoun't
of aweaversr' ie and th nill eleals
noile 'all fo)rmer employ ees to it the
The '-tanda-rd IPper Comp':my. of NIl
' auke , maec an :ss.inme-nt to . E.
Finacd. who gav bo'nd -or $100.000. Thin
lib?iiie are s ad to be. u nealy 8200,000.8
Te raning order secured byCc
huy w~as -e sd iyJd:eBc?n : h
Unte .-a--, Circuit Ci::rt -t NewEd
J. F. Lar'n who ire-ige a h Pre i
de c-v of the Cin"'in ti -~.n - ln: a
ee e lce mor''a-"- t.> :- -i rd!r
upo--:l i- I re-d ta He- trh fere
le an Thursd:y 'a- piee- rem'e'ntate
valu e i'-- -9-'v~ "t -,UUU.h 4 'O
oriii. T. )errv, mn-wnre anturedin
teociden n~ 1the later::iona t rtaV ira..
Tper e--s bul)nt denmoqae hek ati
soped, ieeadlbuildings dmo a lien
The heriff took possession of the prop
ertv ,f the Knights of Labor Publishing
Coinpany in Chicago Thursday morning,
oIl the colfcssion of judgment in favor of
6;eo:, iA. DeTwiller for $133. A receiver
a! :en a]pointed and the publication of
the E'mdzing u,:ar will be contiued.
The action of the government of Ian!
tobia ,!i the proinoed'Red River railway is
'flle*nning to attract attention at Ottawa.
i prominent Manitohoan. now at the capi
tal. tats that the Dominion government
will nrevent the coastruction of the road at
Mt'. Parneil advised Gill, who was rc
cently nominated by the Common Council
:1 L rdl _31avor of Dublin. and whose nom
inutin caused so)mc discontent among the
Nation:uists, to withdraw in favor of Sex
P]. G;ili accepted the advice and has with
In the Supreme Court Chambers in New
rk. Tihursday, Judge Lawrence denied
the ;:plication of Nathaniel D. Powers
and ither.- for a continuation of the in
cuction reitraining the Richmond and
Danville road and the Central Trust Com
pamy from paying a dividend of three pcr
cent. upon the railroad stock.
The war in Rowan County, Kentucky, Is
by no imeans ended. The escaped Tollivers
are n.)w in Eitt County, their home, rap
idly rcczuitin it large following, and this
week they propose o t:dea Morehead, kill
every nuin they can who took part i the
reCcnt killing of Craig Tolliver and three of
his supporter., and then burn the town.
One hundred and six boys have passed
the examination for admission to the West
Point academay. Forty-seven failed to pass.
It is estimatedl that 90 per cent. of the boys
who have just entered will graduate in 1801.
If they do the government will have a big
surphis of military genius unless we happen
to have a war by that time.
Tuesday morning, as the last four pages
of the facon T&graph were being low
red from the composing rooms to the
nre.:sez. the elevator chain broke, precipi
in!uz then to :1e cellar in a mass of "pi.
The magntude of such an accident is
mown ouiy to those familiar with the
work of printing a daily paper.
The Lee Monument Board, of which
Gov. Lee. of Virginia. is chairman, awarded
the contract for the erection of an eques
trian statue of General Robert E. Lee to
the eminent sulptor. 'Mercie, of Paris. It
is expected that the corner stone of the
ni oniument wih be laid in the latter part of
October next, during the State fair. The
mo-nument will be erected in the extreme
west end of Richmond.
General 'Miles sends the following from
San Carlos. Arizona: "Lieutenant John
son's surprise and capture and the rapid
pi-suit of the troops have driven the band
of hostiles back to the reservation, where
they have surrendered. and I have insti.
tuted an investigation and detailed a gen
end court martial for the trial of those
uilty of military offenses, thus ending the
yrestut disti rban.c."
At ILony Gap. hancock county, Tenn.,
a fatal %hooting occurred Tuesday night.
Will Hlobbs, a member of an outlaw gang
that has killed several men during the past
f-W months. was attending a meeting with
a pistol buckled around him. Deputy
Sherif Green tried to arrest Hobbs, and s
:ierce ight ensued, in which both mer
were killed and a number of person!
(Carles Alden, of Randolph, Mass., once
one of the richest inventors in New Eng
I land, coirmnitted suicide on Monday te
escape the pangs of poverty. For one
patent .lone, that for the evaporation ol
pples. he received the sum of $200,000.
In former years lie was a member of thc
Boird of New York Aldermen and wa
:kIzed )pon as on, . the most promi;ing
eal catte dealers in the metropolis. Un.
fortunatc speculations swept all his posses
Northern capitalists are rapidly acquir
ig all 'he pine lands in Southern Alabarnt
tht.e still owned by the Government
adthat can be had for $12 an acre.
ELind Wut~m. Jackson, of Maryland,
h:v cjstbught *i0,000 acres of Ainely
,'m .'red 1and in one tract in Covingtor
cuty. and 2t,000 acres were bought by
anthr puarty' about a month ago.
Of the men of New York who can justly
lay claim to success in this life, the follow
ing do not drink, smoke, or chew: Chaun
cey M. Depew, Jay Gould, Russell Sage,
Cyrus W. Field, Henry Clews, Stephen V.
Wite. Commodore Bateman, Collecto;
Magu. \ ~ingtoz. 3. Cajanor and'John
). 'Slayback. )iany others, of almost
quali iniluence. use tobacco but do not
There is a proposition afoot to build an
Anglo-Amnerican exchange in London. It
- to stand on the Thames embankment,
ad to include under the roof a gigantic
hoe1 ai banking establishment, a theatre
fo th e producticn of purely American
drmas, --nd an assembly room, in which
raees from the United States may be
firly crtain to meet compatriots who are
doing~ the tour of Europe. Ample funds
for carrying out the scheme have been sub
scried and .. site for the building is now
All the dlil~erences between the manufac
turers and the iron and steel workers were
:uicably adjusted at a protracted confer
ence held at Pittsburg Thursday. The
manufacturers seem to be thoroughly well
pleased that the strike has been averted.
Neither can claim the victory, as conees
ilas ;:ere miade 4y both parties, although
th wokmen secture ten per cent. advance
inwg 2 he scale was signed by a joint
commte of iron manufacturers and the
Aalgam a Association. Work in the
mil no go~ on as usual.
James S.' F. Wilson. the Philadelphia
forer, was't brought before Judge McDou
:-l' of' Toronto, Thursday morning. Depo
itin anda evidence taken in Philadelphia,
under the Aehburton treaty, were sub
"-itte-d, iad on the strength of these his
H~onor ordered Wilson's extradition, but at
the request of counsel Wilson was remand
ed 15 das to enab~le him to take the matter
before thie 3'nister of Justice of Ottawa.
Wiloni howevr, through his counsel,
w;ai 0d the 15 days remand and consented to
rtun to Philadelphia. Detective Reburn
and Wio left hy tile 12.20 train, and at
N i'r Fa lls Reburn will hand over his
')rionr to Detective Peter Miller, of Phil
Isaa J. Miller and Gustav Tofel, Cin
ena tit uees of the Purcell crditors,
"led aL '-eort in the Probate Couirt late
We 'cdnsdy aifternoon. It shows the total
recipt an disbursements since January
- 1 Rece ipts, $90, 000; paid creditors'
-: - A0 id for expenses and incidentals,
~7,00. ~Ualance on handl about $19,500.
The ent rec -ebt of the two estates of Arch
bi on John' B. and Fetner Edward Pur
e: i-- reportd at 8.721,3:81, and the num
her'. f crdtors that have proven claims
are p.1-. Chutrches have contributed in
additit to the~ i above $30.624 in small sums
toi din cit ors o-f the Purcells.
I id --tates Attorney Burnett hns re
p uced C~~iioner ilooper to increase
tiie hel cL. 12 harper, late vice presi
dat d ideli N Ntioi'al Bank to $200,000,
ad 1 '! Be ELlopkins. late assistant
en-;hier to') -, .ian it was dione. This
-tecr~ the- fact that thle policy of
the o-vernmet is to deli with tihe strictest
v-r'v with :1l wh a, re culpable in the
F i y catmohe. The District Attor
:e knis alo '. d' proceedings, brought by
i-he n-i,-ptrolletr of Currency. to forfeit the
chre of -Fid 1"elity Bank and wind up the
The ma who is ill because of being
aa from Lhomen is homesick, and the man
wo ll~ *t home is home sick, too.
Some day there will be an office that a
lawyer can't till, and then the rest of us
N . TENIEu.NCIx %.N.
A noted temperance man lies here.
The green turf o'er his h-ad.
No man e'er saw hii on his hier
Till after he was dead.
ON AN ATE'll ANGt:U..
Ie angled many a purling bro :k,
But lacked the angler's skil:
Ile lied about the fish he tok.
And here he's lying still.
ON AN .\CTol:.
Ambition's part he often isl.
But never won renown:
And in the last great act lie Iliy.
Death rung the curinin dowi:
For fame he longed: it kept at-r.
And life was full ofjars:
And if he failed to be a star.
ie's now above the stars.
ON A roues.
Pause, btrangcr, pause. and drop a tear.
To pass would be a poor way
To show respect-a cop sleepS here
Instead of in a doorway.
ON AN HONEST uKi.
No bread he needs, he kneads no
lle sleeps the sleep that knows no w:kim:
Ile did mu;ch bakin-r here belo..
But nowhe'sgone wherethere'sno b::kir
ON A DI'DE.
Go, stranger, go to yonder mound
And grief's sad tribute pay there:
"Ah! there" he to the girls would s::y,
When living, in a gigglingway;
So when we placed him 'neath the roiund.
We murmured softly, "stay there:
flow to Avoid a Bad Husband;
Never marry for wealth. A wmiian's
life consisteth not in the things she pos
Never marry a dude who struts ::hout
dandylike, in his gloves anol ruties. with a
silver cane and rings on his lingers. D
ware! There is a trap.
Never marry a niggard, cloze fisted.
mean, sordid wretch, who savcs eve:y
penny, or spends it grudgingly. Take care
lest he stint you to death.
Never marry a stranger. whose character
is not known or tested. Some fenleICs
jump into the fire with their eyes wide
Never marry a mope or a drone. -e who
drawls and draggles through life, one foot
after another, and lets things take their
Never marry a man who treats his sister
or mother unkindly or indifferently. Such
treatment is a sure indication of a mean
and wicked man.
Never, on any account, marry a gambler.
a profane person, one who in the least
speaks lightly of God or religion. Such a
man can never make a good husbazd.
Never marry a zloven. aman who is ne
ligent of his person of his dress, and is
filthy in his habits. The external appear
ance is an index to the heart.
Shun the rake as a snake. viper, a very
Finally, ncvgr marry . mr.n who Is ab
dicted to the use of ardent spirits. Depemi
upon it, you are better off alone, than you
would be tied to a man whose 1reath is
polluted, and whoec vitais are being
gnawed out by alcohol.
Thingx to Remember.
That salt should be eaten with nuts to
That milk which stands too long makcs
That rusty fintirons should be r.hed
over with beeswa-- and 'ard.
That It rests yod in sewing to change po
That a strong hot lemonade taken at bed
time will break a bad cold.
That tough beef is made tender by lay
ing a few minues in vinegar water.
That a little soda will relieve sieh head
ache cnu'ed by indesAg.
That a strong aup of coffee will reaiove
the odor of onions from the breath,
That a cup of hot water 'drunk before
meals will prevent nausea and dyspepsia.
That well ventilated bedrooms will pre
vent morning headaches and lassitude.
That one in a faint should be laid oi the
flat of their back. elevating the feet. then
looser. th~i: c.othea and let them alone.
That consumptive night sweats may be
arrested by sponging the body nightly in
ITh'at a fever patient may be made cool
and comfortable by frequently sponging
off with soda water.
That to beat eggs quickly, add a pinch of
salt. Salt cools, and coid eggs froth rap
That the hair may be kept from falling
out after sickness by frequent applicaticn
to the scalp of sage tea.
That you can take out spots from wash
goods by rubbing them with the yclk of
eggs before washing.
The white spots on varnished furniture
will disappear if you ho>d a hot plate over
Young America's Quick Wit.
A quick-witted youngster, who is anvays
in dirt, got into disgrace the other day.
The teacher, ferule in hand, called him to
her desk, and on the way thither the boy
made a hasty prep~aration for the approach
ing ceremony by hastily drawing his
tongue across the palm of his right hand
and wiping the latter upon his pant' leg.
Arriving at the desk, and at the word of
comnmandi, he extended the newly eceauca
hand. The teacher looked at it a moment
in silence, and then in a solemn and re
proving voice told the little culprit that if
he would show her a dirtier hand in that
school she would let him oiT. Quick as
thought the little fellow whipped out his
left hand from behind his back and looked
up with a smile of triumph. The feruliag
was indefinitely postponed.
How P'ale You Are:
Is frequently the exclamation of one l:ady
to another. The fact is not a pleasant one
to have mention, but still the act imay be a
kindly one, for it sets the one addressed to
thinking, apprises her of the fact that sh~e
is not in good health. and leads her to seek
a reason therefor. Pallor is almost always
attendant upon01 the first stages of consumip
tion. The system is enfeebled, anid the
blood is impoverished. D~r. Pierce's
'Golden Medical Discovery" will act as a
tonic upon the system, will enri-h the im
p)overished blood, and restore r-oe to the
Child -Birth Easy !
The time has come when the ter
rible agony of this critical period in
woman's life can be avoided. A dis
tinguished physician, who spent 44
years in this branch of practice, left
te chuld-bearmng woman this legacy.
'BE lOTHER'S FmnD~', andi to-day
there are tousands of women wilo,
hiaving used this remedy before con
!!nement. rise up and call his name
blessred. 'We can prove all we claim .
by living witnesses, andi anyone inter
ested can call, or have their husbands
do so, and see the original letters,
which we cannot publish.
Al dragglsta sell it. For particulIars address
B5aDFr3L RZGULAon Co., Atlanata, Ga.
haustiha: cIru~ict- %t-'vi' ex____
worhmen att. p1rcS(.Lt vlt ag ", _.i tl!C Y.Ari
Ous iUjtL::i.-tY2 of tCO- cmuiv, tile w:
t..1 t i~, ~ vi hc it ovz+er. r.
more workmenc~ are cin ILI "')C t C,-s L
01Zt ni t tLic SdW. U 'ilcii* L.
ycars prior to o .), arc ijo'. 0-1 fI,
Whrvo Ismt I
Aib' 's''' theI
Fr rxonr yc-i- -I hav' bdi a *.
Some 01, the "1,- -t '.. n I
Stetorko zei*' I,'i ett~
I have slVt-nt Cv" n,O t'
asil'g OL1' (t2j butLle of . B, 11. 1a..
enav d Io C . N . -A -4 L'L t i
L)I~i'C.zS i1U1 1wc:";t Lot
tie be)C i :?L '-IN'ui tt r.ai 0,
and M ' e;1 01.t toi lIwn 'I aLYQ
M~t t..1 E. 0. GA.PlA
v, "WaLker couauty' Texat
BL?.'-D BBALM CO: You -a"i ll~*4
us *el ii' -t ireilIt L. 11
i.. c.L..cd all etL-r lood zi
but ia dn emr'us;tarted nc't i
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- I ALL HUMORS,
- OCh. or Erntion,
- S caly or Rough
aens causd] by bad
this powerful, puri
-'m. ndieino. Great
--' 1rbIy heaIl under its be
ein! Iv ims it manifested
- letter, Rose Rash,
- -. e V. e!, sSo:-i Eyes, Scro -
e. rnd Swellings, Hip.
e::,::- . -E ~ eswellinigs,
rr'i ! ck and Enlarged
-11 n c.ns in sltm)s for a
col'rud phites, on Skin
out Ior a treatise
a H1) 1% 'I-E LIFE."
it b uig Dr. Pier
e i Discovery, and good
-I o, n Vr ''iu, buoyant spir
it* %treingtfl, will be established.
se -.'.oyFula oFthe Lungs, is ar
c-n"! b:: tins remiedy.af taken be
i f the disease are reached.
* i t ow-r over this terribly
-st -ring this now
-.i!iiC, Dr. PIERt
it his "Cca.-..
- 4 , es- biut aibandoned that-,
- -: icine wnich.
- in proper.
T f -h ilitated. have.
.3 :islrown spate.
- n h-adache or dizzi
- 't',. internal heat or
r...... Iushes kw spirita
- - r ~ si:te'ring front
.a, and Torpi
t.::e." In many
yptoms arm expe
irl such cases,
den iedical Di..
- L - -ta, Spitting o';
o treath. Brayr.
e Coughs. and
Lt$1.00. Ir,X JL
:1 . n -"; !n 's for 'Dr. Pierce's
rM JbCpeaV'Otry I:dical Asso
.24.024 NnM3 BIFALO, N. Y.
A $$500 REWARD
i5 offered by the proprietors
.' Dr. Sag-s Catarrh Remed
i-tr a case of catarrh whic
Theyv'aout cure. If you
-h' a discharge from the
p.se, oifr.ncive c- otherwise. ptirtial loss of
t nell, r" t hearin'. weak eyes, dul a
c-: tre inl heaI. you have Catarrh. ou
n'. cae --ermin-to in consumption.
Dr. se' Cvr~umulh IEM.zD curestheworst
of Catarrh, "Cold In the Head,"
and Catarrhal Headache. 50 cents.
E. YAN WNKLE & CL
COTTON GINS a& PRESSES,
Co: ton Socd t) i iiln, Cttc. Seed
LM."er- .5 :o - .iiH!s, Saw vLlzs,
Wind .lin tI:.: Casin;g
Fawnd s and Tan.
E. VA N Wi N KLE ?0C0., At anta, Ca.
on s -- Wi .r prcsadtrst
BoL\ x 53.AT? NAGA
CO.. '4emX. . ofwaria otnEcoi
: on *.'Wri. ,r p.c ad rs to
~r doubee exte GA.
I D'tftS - o watealls
- - inats.
- .-.- . th. Romach
1::iesor ca n.ycheek, and the doctors pro
.hsli.ns,..ut.withou: rec!ing a:.y ocrma
r :w spe!?Ms.T..- meiUgine :!t-y applIed
ita :a.:et inL tie' ;apers te-Lttg what
I prcur. ste:.I . . l'Le haid used
[ a :eigco:2gh and s; i:. blood contin
-' taking- 'is: u't!es .. s. s. . n y coiubh left
tral cr'. 'y can".r ha> hecailedo-;r altbuit
id It Is rapidig d~iap;.ca:-ing. I would advise
GHEY, .he Grove. Tippecanoe Co., Ind.
id! seems. tn ento eneers by forcing out the
I iind 'skinc Do"'-sses ;nuil"d Ire.
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