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ERLINGTON, HOPKINS COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, JANUARY 6, 1898.
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l. V WAtir.tLl., Catliler
Captil Stock, - - - 550,000,
Transacts a general banking business,
and invites the accounts 6f the citizens oi
Hopkins and adjoining counties.
las the finest and most secure vault in
Cut section of Kentucky
nron.rlu it lnt llmr. It rMuires
experience and acompIte fcnowledj?e
otdrilgs. It rfquires the drURRist
tohavealargs amount of drugs
fresh drugs. He must give the best
possible work, and for compensation
lie mnsi ve reasonauic.
WITH THE ABOVE FACTS REMEM
DER WE'RE CARUFUL.
ST. BERNARD DRUG STORE,
ST. JAMES HOTEL,
RATES; $2.00 PER DAY.
Roorn and Breakfast, $1.00
gyQPEAN PLAN, $1.00 Per Day
Goo;! Room,. Good Meals. Good Snlce,
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ST, JAMES HOTBfe
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$? Jakofl, age six mon,,
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Irapei'taht Announcement From
' the Stato Department
Ah Idea Ulven of the Supplies Moil N'esd-
ad, In Addition to Money, nnd Which
Coiitul-Uenernt tee WlirHee
WAsiiiNorox, Jan. 3, Tha following
AnnounCcuicnt regarding the wprlc of
Cuban relief Inaugurated bythU gov
ermuunt liai been mado from the state
'"In tIow of the steps now being
takoti by tho secretary of stato for the
organization, in Kew York, of a con-
tral headquarters, with tlio co-opera
Hon of tho American National Red
Cross, for the recoptlon and forwardlng
of relief for tho buffering ncoplo of
Cuba, and tho probability that It will
be in efTcctlro operation early III the
present wcolf, the secretary of state
has directed that tho beuevolently dis
posed public of tho Culted .States bo
informed, through tho medium of tho
press, that the consul general of the
United Stales at Havana mentions tho
following urticlcs as appropriate to bo
contributed; all of tlicm, as he reports,
being greatly needed:
Bummer clothing for women and chil
dren; medicines for fevers, principally
quinini; hard bread, llour, corn meal,
crcnl preparations, bacon, rice, lartl,
potatoes, bonns, peas, salt fish, any'
canned goods, particularly nourishing
soups, meat extracts, blankets and es
pecially largo quantities of condensed
milk, as many persons nro at llrst too
fecblo for any other nourishment.
"Contributions of moil oy aru al&o ur
gently needed to enable the purchase of
Immediate supplies of medicines and
articles of prime necessity, and to meet
tho oxpeuscs of local transportation in
"Xho consul-gcueral, to whom all
supplies and monoy will be sent, will
at once organize arrangements for tho
receipt, storage and most cffecllvu dis
tribution of whatever is received from
ho humane pconlo of tho United
"Jly direction of the sccrotary of
Alvj;v A. Adee,
Kooond Assistant Secretary."
THE NATIONAL DEBT.
Monthly SUUnitnt Jibontu; Uccreai of
Ta Million Uollar.
WASitusoTOJf, Jau. 4. TI10 monthly
ilatcinent of tho publie debt, issued
yesterday, shows that at the close of
business December 31, 1S97, tho debt,
less coshjn tho treasury, nmounted to
5930,111,607, a decrease for the month ot
610,114,600. This decrcuso In tho debt
is duo principally to an Increase In tho
cash, which Is accounted for by the sale
of the Union Pacific railroad. L'ollow
lag is a recapitulation of the Uelu.
Interest bearing debt t 8ir,M:.,6M
Dbt on which InUreil h ceuf4
nlticfl taiturltr .. l,!VV,-"0
bbt tnarlof iuJnlretRtn... .MVUOvMO
-tf " '" ' 1 if"ita i'
Total .. :.' I,IM.33S
This nmouiit, however, docs not In
clude SSTO.USd.OKI in ocitlllcntci atut
treasury notes outstanding, wjilch nro
offset by an equal amount of cash lu
tha treasury. Thccashlu the treasury
Is classified as follows:
Silver rj;.i c-!l
Paper lmvai 091
Uotidt, dUbuntlng o31rH' bjlanaM,
Anliut which theio aro demand lia
bllitlcsoutstauding amounting toSt!i"i.-
1 0,001, which leaves the cash balauco
lu tho treasury 5'J35,474,7il'J.
WEYLEfT" AsTa CRAWFISH.
Illi Apology to tha t)uu anil Kiplnnutlun
toHenorHxmt Alleniitlnt; III.
Maduiu, Jan. 4. Oeu. Weylor's bd
liailor, which Is classed hero as "Miuf
Ulng" in apologizing to the queen re
gent, and hastily explaining to the
premier, Seuor Sagasta, that ho was
not responsible for the publication of
his protest, has alienated many of his
supporters among the Car lists, who
Jtoped to entangle the geueral in the
revolutionary meshes. They aru cs
peclally disappointed at the fact that
tho government appears to bo satisfied
that tho so-called Weyler bubble hus
burst and that the Spanish army is not
It is suld that only three ot the Span
ish generals arc lu sympathy with lien.
MRS. NACK'S CASE.
She va Not Arraigned nt I.ouj; lalaotl
Cltjr m Eipectoit.
Nkw Yoiiu, Jan. 4. Mrs. Augusta
Nnck, jolutly Indicted with Mavlln
Tliorn for tho murder of Win, Qulden
supper the bath rubber, in a cottage at
Woodsldc', Long Islnud, In Juno last,
was not arialgued in tho Queens coun
ty court,. at Long Island City as it had
been oxpected she would be. No date
for her arraignment has been sot, but
it ,1s probable her case will bo dis
posed of beforo tills term of court
i:ckl( at Ills Nan I'oit.
Cuioaqo, Jan. 4. James U. Eckels,
ex-comptroller of the United States
treasury, begun his duties as prcsidont
of tho Commercial national bank of
lllg Incrons In Rnrnlugi.
MoxriiEAL, .Cau., Jan. 4. Tho Ca
nadian Pacific railroad earnings for
tho week ending December 111, wcro
S7tr7,000; for the same period last year,
$001,000; Increase $100,000.
Uori.i for Cubn.
Qaivxston', Tex., Jan. 4. Agents of
the Spanish government havo recently
purchased over 5.000 head of horses In
Texas. The animals arc for the use ot
tho Spanish army .In Cuba.
Gen. McNuIta Gelt Another Keetlferthlp
Washington, Jau. 4. Mr. John Me
Nulla has boon appointed receiver of
tho National Hank of Illinois in place
oj John C. Keon, roslgned.
' The officers of a leading London
hospital believe that the general
increase of cancer is due to excess
in meat eating.
Tlie combined forces of Protft$t
antism Uk-JUtah number 5,Jroi
members;' . many of whom wtfru
formerly mwhbers of the mormgiic
church. t K-
A well-UnoiVat sfioiety woman of
London .1)0,6 aJQ albUrr. containing
nliototrranhs. of Ml her costumes
jfor tJjo,'r)afil te'wrs.
THE- DLUE AND THE GRAY.
t'lhs Hbclttjr of tho Atlanta Campaign and
Us Objects l'ropo.o National 1'arh
Around Kenroaur Mountain.
Sr. r.Ouis, Jan. 3. Tho following
circular Is being forwarded to all vet
erans of the Union and confederate
armies who aro known to have partici
pated lu the Atlanta campaign:
To tubVeteiiA'm op Tnc Athntv Cam
pjklcw Tho address ot all surviving partlcl
pants ot tho Atlanta campalKn-tboso nho
sencdivlththe armies ot Sherman, Johnston
and Hood Is desired. Tho objects aro two-fold:
First The organization ot branoh societies o(
tbs Atlanta campaign for social purposos, and
Second -The Atlanta campaign Is recognized
as one of the greatest ot modern war. Th
armies ot the east haro national parks estab
lished In honor of their achievements Gettys
burg, Antletam, etc and In the vost there are
Chlckamauga, Shlloh, etc., and It Is but J as I
that the Atlanta campaign should be allowed a1
least one national park. Grant, Lee, McClellan
Meade, lleauregard, llosccrans and Ilraj
have parks to marlt where they won fame
but Sherman and Johnston, thoso well
matched giant. as yet tiro un
honored. They earned their grandest Ian
rcls on tho Atlanta campaign. Of eourso all thi
Important points on that campaign Itctara
Dallas, Kcnesaw Mountain, reach Tree Creel
and Atlanta Kcnesaw Mountain stands pre
eminently at the head for thj Importance ot th
(lege and assault, for Its grandly consplcuou
position and form, and for Its availability. I
Is proposed to use tho Influcnco ot the Boclct:
of tho Atlanta Campaign to .secure from con
grass and the stato ot Georgia, the creation ot t
natlonat park ot and around Kcnesaw Moun
tain, and when tho park shall have been cs
tabllshod, It U Intended that the society mce
at the park annually, for tho transaction o
business, for social union and to recount llv
dcods ot Auld Lang Syne.
It tsToquested that oil w;ho took part lu th
above campaign and who'lasor the foregoing
In wholo or in part, send their address, htattni
thalr views freely and fully, to
Geo. 1). Dorroif, Acting Secretary,
ti South Commercial Stroet, St. Louis, Mo.
NEWS FROM HONOLULU.
Australian Miners for the Vukou-lloci
Emptied In tha Set, Etc.
Victoria, 11. C, Jan. 3. Tho stcamci
Mlowcra brings 40 Australian mlncri
bound for tho Yukon. She also bring,
theso ndvicos from Honolulu, undci
dato of December 21:
Tho annexationists profess to bi
pleased with the news received frorr
Washington by the Mariposa, while
tho other sldo say that It has causeo
consternation among the leaders of th
The Amcrlcau schooner Emma and
Louisa, Capt. Harris, from San Dlcgo,
recently arrived. Tho schooner had
no boats or even a lifeboat aboard.
Tho captain reports that they were
washod away in .heavy weather, al
though tho baled liy piiail high on tho
dechn ueutin to Us Intact and uninjured.
Tho customs authorities havo been no
tified to keep an cyo on the Kmtaa nuil
ouifllly oafcliqUliiU v7llh3lit result? -
-j asa Hwnivmjm iMimymimumi
Two liundrcd iregs of bocr from I'ort
luud were tecculhv omptled Into the
hnrbor by tho i-ustoms authorities.
There bolujr 110 alu for it, nobody
would pay the duly.
TJ10 United States training ship
Adams arrived on tho'JUd. SI10 is out
for a cruUe for the bcucill ot the np
preiUlces slio liq.s aboard mid will re
main in port over tho holidays. On
her present crulso she left San Diego
011 November- "1, sailing nearly all tho
way to llilo, where she arrived on the
Aittou ot the tint l'ranclicu llnlldlng
San TitANcisco, Jan. 3. Tho Hulhl
tug Trndes couucil havo indorsed the
notions of Labor Commissioner E.
I. Fltgerald lu urging, at Wash
itigtuu, D. C, on their behalf,
the annexation of tho Hawaiian
isluuds, advocating tlie eight-hour
labor law, supporting tho anti-immi-ratlou
bill aud striving to havo a
slausc Insortcd in the specidcatlous for
.he now post office in this city requlr
ug that all tho stone be dressed here.
I'he l'eople ot New Ilniiiihlra I'uel the
Exetkii, N. II., Jan. 3. Vibrations
if tho earth, following a noise as if of
t great explosion a loilg way off, awoko
nhabitants ot this town nt five o'clock
icstcrday morning. The noise was
.wo or three seconds loug and tho
.rombliugs of tho ground much longer,
'louses wcro shukeu, windows rattled
mil much commotion iudoori was
mused, Mtfficlcnt In uost cases to
iwakcn the soundest sleepers. Similar
cports como from other towns.
SIX QUILDINOS BURNED.
tho lluiluois l'ortlon of Muctinklnuck,
la., I'ractlcally Wiped Out.
Oaic.u.oosi, Io., Dec. 31. Tlie busl
acss portion ot Mucahklnock, a mining
town four miles south, was practically
destroyed by fire. The firo started lu
a restaurant, and there being no wa
ter to fight it, the flumes burned them
selves out. Six business places wera
Testimonial to Miss Crane.
CifAiu.ESTON, & C, Jan. 3. The ca
dets of the South Carolina academy
havo decided to present Miss Crane, tho
actress who was ordered away from
their Christmas ball here, with a testi
monial, of their regard and esteem.
They have ordered a handsomo silver
piece, which will bo forwarded to Miss
Granted u Stay of Execution.
LirrLB Rock, Ark., Jan. 1. Alex
Johnson and Jim Redd, sentenced to
hang at Monticollo, last Friday, were
granted a stay of execution by tho su
preme court pending an ap peal.
First size of a dime; nest
size of a dollar; thou big as
) the palm of your hand. Tho
' and : entire baldness. Ston it.
k Ayer's Hair Vigor
Makes Hair Grow
Are you a subscriber to Tup I3r f ?
jd'Yoti should be,
AN AWEDL HOLOCAUST.
BlxMombors of OnoFamlly Poriab
And rmilbly a Seventh tiny Ule The Dead
I'ut her found with Child In III .
Amis llrothcr and Sister In a
New Yonif, Jan. 8. Six inembors of
ono family were killed by llatnes and
smolco in a firo that occurred early yes
terday morning in Jcrsoy City. Tho
Adolph Reich, 43 years old, the fa
ther. Emma Reich, 43 years old, mother.
Tllllo Reich, 2'J years old.
Ida Reich, 15 years.
Albert Reich, 1 4 years. '" '
Gustavo Reich, eight years. .
Several others wcro injured, and It
may bo thatanothor membcrof tho Ill
fated family will die. He Is the 19-year-old
son, aud his body is covered
with burns. ,
John Conway, chief of tho Jersey
City firo department, was badly burned,
lie fell through a burning tloor and
vns rescued with difficulty.
Henry A. Reich, 15 years, managed to
inaico his escape from tho house with
bad burns on the neck, faco and bauds,
but he is not seriously injured.
Adolph Reich's homo was at 317 tier
mania avenue, near tho Hudson coun
ty boulevard, In tho Hudson City dis
trict. Ho was a real estate agent and
well to do, living in a pleasant house
of tlirco stories. It Is believed that the
firo broke out from a heater in tho
basement, and 'worked Its way up to
tho third floor, where tho sleeping
apartments occupied by the family wcro
Henry Reich said It was Into when
thoy retired, having had a parly.
When he ran into the hall ho saw
smoke and flames In tho lower hall.
His father was thsro and they man
aged to get out of tho house in their
night clothes. Young Retch ran down
tho street and gavo the alarm. When
ho roturncd his father was nowhere to
bo seen, but ono of his brothers, SIgls
tnund, was there, badly burned. He
was taken to a neighboring house,
where he said that someono had awak
encd him aud that ho had jumped
through tho blludingsmokcand flames
down tho stalrcaso and, out into tho
Several onginp companies responded
promptly to tho alarm, nnd ten minutes
later the Arc was out. Then began
tho search of the house. The lights
from the firemen's lau terns1 disclosed
three charred bodies against tho wall
at tho foot of tho stairs. They (werc
those of Adolph Reich, his daughter
Tlllicand llttlo Qustave. Thefather
had fallen upon tho daughter and Ills
ton was it. his arms. M.'Woyweuj burned
airaost ueyonu rccognitiQn.-lfIli
kaaddTkal nt.1 h .1 41. nu.l.J.Ui Iltk lltt Ulklltalt t Mt .(ufnfaV - 11.
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eued corpses with nrms Intortwln'clnM
rorlions of the limbs had been entirely
burned nway aud tho faces were horri
The mother was found in the dining
room. She was but slightly burned.
Ucr faco showed no look of pain. She
undoubtedly died from sufl'ocallou.
The bod'es were si.ut to the morgue.
VIllfS)nt A 1 1 Mil A FP4i ...I nw Sr. T.riittatfV.iW
rslug llogus Checks. tfcgy "C II ICAOO.'J autVI -7 For ti
Sr. Louis, Jau. l.-Ylncent AllenTn D0 UlB bit' Uacenibcr deal
well-known travellug salesman, is unp
dcr arrest charged with having passed
bogus checks on various business firms
lu some cases using the name of "Henry
L. Allen," nnd In others that ot "J. R.
V. r.iyue." Tho prisoner is highly
counected in the city, and his family
aud relatives nro sadly distressed over
the disgrace ot the nit air.
Allen pleads iu mitigation tfiat lie
was on a spree aud irresponsible.
TO SAY UOOO-BY.
Tho Comptroller of the Curroncy I'ucU Ills
Washington, Dec. 31. Comptroller
ot the Currency James II. Hckels,
whoso resignation will take effect to
day, called upon tho president yester
day afternoon to pay his respects aud
say good-by, Mr. Eckels will leavo
for Chicago this morning. His suc
cessor, Mr. Chas. G. Dawes, will qual
ify ns comptroller to-day and tako
charge of tho office next Monday.
Marks Llpsohlta .Convicted of Conspiracy
to Commit Arson,
Denver, Col., Jan. 1. Marks Lip
schltz, a member of the band of incen
diaries which operated in this city, aud
in Colfax threo years ago, has beeu con
victed of 'conspiracy to commit arson,
Five of the gang are already in the
penitentiary, several have left the
country cud two remain to be tried.
Iletlres-froin the I.emt.rshlp.
New Yoiik, Dec. 31. Hugh Mc
Laughlin, for many years the dictator
of the democratic party In llrooklyn,
has definitely announced his retire
ment from political leadership. Ha
will be succeeded, according to the
present understanding, by Iiernard J.
Cos of Indian Famine,
lloumy, Jan. 1. It Is officially an
nounced that the recent famine cost
tlio East Indian treasury 303,000,
while loans to agriculturists nnd tlio
suspensions of taxes, mainly repay
able, nbsorbod another 4,030,000, Irrc
speclivo ot charitable contributions
Young Kansas Giantess.
J UNCI-ion Crrv, Kas., Jau. I. Mary
Exley, the olglit-year-old daughter of
a farm or residing northwest ot this
city, weighs SCO pounds. She is S fcot
0 inches high, ttud 5 feet 3 inclios
around tho waist. Sho Is active, strong
aud perfectly hoalthy.
Among the natives of Mexico
there are, according to Lumholtz,
about 150,000 survivors ol the
Aztec race. '
The counly of Lancashire, Eng
land, has 1,700 firms engaged in
the' cotton business, with 72,000,
An' English agriculturist has
succeeded in the cross fertilisation
of grasses, clover, cereals and
other food plants. x
THIRTY WERE KILLED.
One Hundred and i'lfty Others lujured-
Ilreudful Accident In London, Out.
Caused by tho Hiring W'ny of n l'ortlou of
the- Moor of tho Old City Halt Daring
. nil After-Klcctlou Meeting.
4.0ND0N, Ont., Jau. 4. Thirty perj
sops arc known to have been killed
arid lftO injured by the collapse of s
floV lu Uiu city hall last night. Tlie
meeting closed tho municipal cam
paign, nnd tho hall was crowded to
hear the nddiesses of tho successful
fiVt tho closo of tho polls a crowd
gathered in tho "city hall, where It hns
been the custom for years past for tin
successful candidates to address tha
-ttSl'he building was crowded to the
35jry doors, probably 2,000 people be
ing jammed lu the narrow space.
Tjcre was a lull in tho proceedings
Jen tho audience called for several of
: nowly-elcctcd aldermen at once,
and there wai somo delay lu securing
nlpcaker to'address them. Alderman
Carrothers joined the mayor lu an ef
fort to sccuro quiet. In rcsponso to
numerous calls, 11. M. Tootho was
shed forward to tho platform on
ivh tho members blood. As he
reached It Micro was an ominous
crackling, and the raised platform on
wTileh the mayor nnd nowlyelectod
ntfleiineii wcro boated seemed to pitch
fdjwnrd to tho floor,
riic.-o was a sagging of tlmbors and
tlio next momcut ISO people were
hurled SO feet to the floor below. A
beam running SO feet along the ccntct
ofjtho hall had given uwny, aud the
crowded mass standing abovo that sec
tion of the floor was thrown in a heap
to tho bottom.
A large safo stood in one corner of
tLa hall, and with n huge sleam coil,
weighing half a ton, came crashing
dqwn on tlio heads of the victims.
An investigation of tho wreck after
tho catastrophe disclosed the fact that
ft wholo section of tho floor had
dropped, the joists having been as
neatly cut off as though tho work had
been dono with a saw. .,
The building was un old oiic, having
been elected iu tho early GO's, and of
lato years additional stories had been
placed on the old walls.
FIRES IN ST. LOUIS.
Klghtoen l"lrr During; tho l'ajt Year Show
ing Losses of Ofcr UD.000 l'acli.
St. Louis, Jan. 1. During tho .year
eudiug December 'J5, 1S07, St. Louis had
IB fires in each ot which tho loss was
over S9.000, and the aggregate for tho
18 was about SJ,147,00J. Tho total in
surance on the property Involved was
Sl,15l,05Q.G7. Tho year was remarka
ble- for the number of what the in
surance meu call "nasty fires," which
tlu'ea'.oued great conflagrations, but
los?!!s at thu roar inra'
'J,1 thoso caused
by the firms of Ely,
Walker Si Co.
tho Mcrmou t Jaccard
Jewelry Co.", arid tho Wabash Railway
Co., each of which was over S300.U00.
During the entire year, to tho dato
given, there wcro 1,-OJ box alarms and
4S7 still alarms. There wcro '21 second
alarms, 14 third alarms and 0 general
lis ryrniuld nnd Awaits
tho first time
Joseph Leitex talked freely on his
plaus. "Wo can not do more than sit
on our pyramid ot wheat and wait
until some one comes and buys
It," said he. "I ain confident
that tho price of wheat will
go up, and that we will sell our wheat
at much higher prices than at present
quoted for cash wheat in tho markoL
There will be no mora sensational ac
tivities in wheat so fat as wo cau help
it. Wo have bought wheat only as
merchandise, and not as n spjculatlvo
IN A DANGEROUS POSITION.
Steamer Pushed Upon 11 ir by Masse of
Sr. Joseph, Mich., Jan. . While
entering tlie harbor at 9 o'clock yester
day morning tho steamer City of Du
luth, of the Uraham & Mortou Trans
portation line, was shoved onto a bar
700 feet out from tho piers by the mass
ot floating ico and Ls now fast amid
ship. Tugs worked all day to release her,
but the big sea which was running
compelled them to abandon their
An Alleged Kentucky Kinbczzler Heard Of,
Chicago, Jan. 4. A special from Sac
ramento, Cal., says: "Will J. Pope,
formerly teller of the First national
bank of LouUvillc, who was charged
with embezzling S00.O0O from that in
stitution lu 1601, isjln this city." It is
genciully bclievod in Louisville that
I'opc died several years ago in the cast.
I'rtsldeut to Speak at n Ilauquet.
New Yokk, Jau. 8. l'rosldent Mc
Klnley has accepted the Invitation ol
thu National Manufueturers' associa
tion to attend Its banquet nt the Waldorf-Astoria,
on January 27. Senator
h'rye, of Maine,. 111 also be one of the
llrc.nl Itlots lu Sicily Troops Called
to Suppress Them.
Rouu, Jan. 3. Tho Tribuna reports
that bread liols have occurred in tho
province ot Qirgouti, Sicily. The
rioters have fired upon and looted tho
municipal building. Tho troops havo
been called out.
Chicago's Death lUto Cur the tai)7.
Chicago, Jau. 8.-The city of Chi
cago for the year just closed, shows a
death rate tho lowest on rocord iu Hill
or any other eity of mora than 230,000
inhabitants. Tho rate is 11 to 1,000
Tbo progressive ladies of Westfield, Ind.,
issued a "Woman's "Edition" of the West
field Newt, bearing date of April 3 ig0.
The paper is filled with matter of interest
to women, and wo notice the 'following
from a correspondent, whieb the editors
printed, realizing that it treats upon a mat
ter of importance to their sex "The best
remedv for croups, colds and bron
chills that I bave ever been able to, find is
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. For family
I us ill has no equal I gladly recommend
it. ' in and "jo cent pottles are tor sale
... Oi f)n.rlnrl Tlriirf -ilrfl 1 f tI I fl (T 1 rt fl
J - - - .
M irtods Gap. .
The Royil Is the highest grade batfag powder
known. Actual tests show It goes oee-
tblrd further toss say ether braad.
R0VL MKlhO POWDCI CO., MW VOX.
Dr. James lirackett, of St. Lduis.dled
from an accidental overdose ot chloro
form. John C. Herron, an aged nogro, was
burned to deatii In a stable at St.
Ocn. l'ando is soroly disheartened.
Ho did not expect to find the Cuban In
surgents so strong.
Mr, and Mrs. Iiryan arrived at Mus
cogee, I. T.. Sunday night, and w'cre
tlio guests of Judge Springer.
Emtio A. Decker, a well-known real
cstnto man, died at his homo In St.
Louis of softening of tho brain.
It is said that the fusion nomination
for congress In tho First Nebraska dis
trict will be offered to Mr. Iiryan.
Small-pox raging in Cuba. The au
thorities ure unable to cope with the
myriad difficulties confronting them.
F. R. Loomls, minister to Vonezuola,
says that there Is a great field for
American manufacturers In that coun
try. Tho resldenco of William Claggott,
at Lexington, 111., was burned Sunday.
Tlio family narrowly escaped tvlth
England is said to have made over
tures for an alllanco with this country
against Russia, Germany and Franco
In tlie cast.
At proscnt the friends of Hawaiian
annexation seem to lack four votes of
tlio two-thirds required in tho senate
A former Sedalta (Mo.) girl, Hattlo
Uaxter, who married recently and was
deserted, learns that her husband is a
bigamist and embezzler. '
Col. Morrison, whoso 11 years' service
on tho intcr-stato commerce commis
sion ended Saturday, will return at
ancs to his Illinois home.
Rain is still badly needed lu Aus
tralia. A Sydney newspaper estimates
that the loss ot stock in th last tUroo
'A4orMatfdn Jiast)eenrcausod firEoa-
ilou by a rumor from Plymouth that
the English admiral had fired on a Rus
sian man-of-war in Chinese waters.
Six members of tho family of Adolph
Reich, Including the father and moth
er, wcro killed by flames and smoke in
u firo that occurred in Jersey City, N. J.
LI Hung Chang lias been recalled to
active power at 1'ekiu, tlie emperor
and the inner council desiring his as
sistance in the present diplomatic crisis.
Tlie president is said to bo anxious
to appoint Sylvester Everett, a wealthy
citizen of Cleveland, O., to be commls-6loner-gcneral
to the l'arls exposition
Mabry, tlie Urunswick (Ga.) embez
zler, uttempted suicide. He severed an
artery and ns his blood flowed he drew
a death's head in red on tlie wall be
Confirmation has been received from
New Guinea ot the murder of the Ger
man governor aud police by natives.
Tho bodies ot tlie victims wero cut In
The speech of Webster Davis, of Mis
souri, assistant secretary of the inte
rior, at tho Rhode Islaud association
banquet in 1'rovldencc, R. I., is tlio
talk of tho town.
C An unknown woman committed sui
cide in the Hotel Windsor, New York
city, by taking carbolic acid. Sho was
about 30 years of age, a brunette,hand
some and richly dressed.
Another Luetjert Lie Nailed.
New Haven, Conn.,"Jan. 4. John P.
Schofield, of Boston, who is in this
city, pronounces untrue the statement
that ho had notiflod friends of Adolph
Luctgcrt, tlie Chicago sausagamalcer,
that If given $15,000 he would divulge
the hiding-place of Mrs. Luctgert, the
New Yoiik, January 4, ISM.
CATTLE Natlte Steers 14 a aB6J
KLOUK Winter Wheat 3 40
I'OllK New Mess 8 60
UEEVES-Stecrs 3 25
Cows and Heifers... 2 W a
CALVES-(per head) BOO ft
HOUS Fair to Select 3 25
SHKEP Fair to Choice !l 25 O
FLOUR-I'atents ICS Q
Clear and Straight.. 4 00 Q
WHEAT-No. 2 Ited Winter. . Mtffc
COKN-No. 2 Mixed 2J4i
OATS No. 2....
TOUACCOLUSS 3 00
Leaf Hurley 4 50
IIAY-Clear Timothy 8 00
l'OKIC Standard (now) . ...
CATTLE-Natlve Steers . .
HOGS Fair to Choice
SHEEP Fair to Choice.
I'LOUK Winter Patents.. ..1
spring raienis,. ...
WHEAT-No. 2 Hprin . ...
OATS-No. 2 .. ..
POHIC-Mcss (new) . ...
WIIKAT wo. s iiara
OATS No. 2 Whlto
COUN-No. i .
I'LOUIt-Hlih Grade 4 60
HAY-Choice 14 00
a 8 tw.
I'OKK -Old Me-sx.
WHEAT-No. 2 lted ... 93
COUN-No. 2 Mixed., 30
OATS-Nq. i Mixed -I 2l',,t
l'OItK-NawMs 9 00
UACON-Cle.ir HIt. Sis'
COTTO -Middling O
The whole effective strength of
the British army,' regulars, arid
volunteers, is bfiqj. ., -;-'
- - at i. r
A Minmnfl line nnrln thftJiniirni
4k lwi , w 'il J
..ka W-Var. a '
iu sim.iui iiii.w.i
FOR KLONDIKE RELIEF.
Ounadn Will Co-Opporato wltb
tho United Statoa.
Ilesult of a Conference Hetween Assistant
Secretary ot War Molkcljohn and
Mr. Slfton, Canadian Minister
of the Interior.
WASfitNOTON. Dec. 81. Mr. Slfton,
tbo Canadian minister of tho interior,
called at the war department and had
a long conference with Assistant
Secrotary Meikoljohn, who is giv
ing his ' attention to tho Klon
dike relief expedition, during
the Illness of Secretary Alger. Hav
lng secured the consent of the British
government to the oassap-o ot United
States troops, to be used as guards, I
over Canadian territory, what remains
to be dono Is to arrango for the admis
sion of tho supplies to bo taken to tho
miners without paymont of duties,
provided thoy aro not sold for more
than their actual cost. It is expected
that this matter can bo arranged so
that Mr. Slfton will bo able to leave
Washington at once on his return to
Tho arraugement-as finally effected
contemplates that tho relief expedition
hall be executed jointly by tho United
States army and a forco of tho mount
ed police of Canada, which con
stitutes the military arm ot the
Dominion. Tho United States force
will proceed with tho rellof storos to
Skaguay, whoro thoy will bo joined by
tho Canadian mounted police, about 40
in number, nnd tho two forces will
then proceed togothor to tho pointy
where tho relief is to bo distrib
uted. Tho determination as to
Skaguay is, however, still open.
The Canandian officials concede
much latltudo to tho American
authorities in tho actual distribution,
recognizing that tho expedition Is
fitted out on this side, although a con.
alderablo part of Its work will be dono
on the Canadian side of tho border. .No
duties will be Imposed on tho storos
carried by the relief expedition.
Mr. Slfton also held a conferonco
with Secretary Gage and discussed the
unsatisfactory condition of customs
regulations along tho border and at
coast ports where goods are received by
one country for transportation to the
other country. It was tho mutual
feeling that an improvement ot tho
system could bo made, and negotia
tions are in progress which arc hoped
to effect changes advantageous to both
Another Witness Against Opt. Lotsrlne
Marked for Discipline.
Chicago, Dec. 31. Corporal John T.
Ward, Fourth Infantry, statlaned at
Fort Sheridan, wiin, among others.
testified againot Capt, Leonard A.
hovering In tho recont court-martial
for allotted brutality to JPrivntaJJara.
mond, lift tieea placed, under arrest tov,
will be called before tuo court at Its
next meeting. It Is the general sup
position among tho enlisted men that.
on the pretonse 01 tins violation, Ward
will bo reduced to tho ranks, as was
Corporal Clarence New, who was also a
witness against Lovcring. The charge
against Ward is that ho permitted
three prisoners to talk in tho guard
A Hoosler Drilling Tor Water Struck a
Fine Velu of OH.
Chown Point, Ind., Dec. 31. J. J.
Van Iluskirk, of Medaryvillc, whllo
drilling for wator, has struck a good
flow of oil of fine quality and quan
tity. The Indiana & Ohio Oil Co. have
investigated the surrounding territory
In Jasper county, and have filed with
the county recorder oil leases which
cover several farms In tho vicinity of
Medaryville. The company will at
once sink a number of wells "and seek
A. Prominent Citizen Shoots and Kills
Louisville, Ky,, Dec. 31. A special
to tho Times from Crawfordsville, Ind.,
says: Yestorday morning at Linden,
Oren Stinglcy, a prominent citizen, ac
cidentally shot and killed- his aged
father, John Stlngley. Mr. Stlngley
had started to leave tho house with a
rifle and In passing through a door tho
weapon was struck against tho casing
and discharged, tho load entering tho
back of ills father's head as ho sat be
tween his daughter and granddaughter.
DEATH TO THE RESCUE.
An Alles.d Murderor Saved by the Death
or a State's Witness.
Denveii, Col., Dec. 31. Joe (Jladuey,
alias II II. Jones, and inmato of tbo
Colorado penitentiary wauted iu Lou
isiana for murder committed iu 1SSS,
will go scot free at the expiration of
his torin next week through an odd
circumstance. Gov. Adams received a
telegram from the Louisiana authori
ties yesterday stating that tho only
witness the state had to convict Ulad
ney ot murder had died. Application
for extradition was withdrawn.
Urfti the Placing of the Indian Currency
Upon n Gold llasli.
London, Jan. 3. The Times in its
financial article yostcrday morning
urges placing the Indian curroncy
upon a gold basis as soon as possible,
for otherwise tho mints must be re
opened. Will Maintain the Statu Quo.
Uuda-Pksth, Jan. 3. Tho Hunga
rian government has nob formally is
sued decrees, but by notes to AusJ
tria has agreed to maintain tho statu
quo provided Austria adheres to the
present reciprocity arrangements.
ttT Not Iteplace Time-Expired Troops.
Constantinople, Dec. 31. Tho rep
resentatives of the powers have refused
to permit tho Turkish government to
replace 4,600 time-expired troops pt the
Island of Crete.
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