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IONICS, quickly and eoaipletcly CLEVISES
and EMUCuES THE BLOOD. Qalckeas
fee action of the Llrer and Kldnejs. Clears the
eiaploxlon, makes the skin smooth. It does not
Injure the teeth, canso headache, or produce con.
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Dn. N. 8. KuaoLXfl, of Marlon. Mam., Burst " I
tecommond Ilrown's Iron Bitten as a valuable tonlo
(or enriching tho blood, and removing all dyspeptlo
symptoms. It does not nurt the teeth.'"
Dn. R, It JixtxxLL, Reynolds, Ind saysj "I
nave prescribed Brown's Iron. Bitters in cases of
nsemia and blood diseases also when a tonlo naa
seeded, and it has prored thoroughly satisfactory."
'Mb. Wm. Bthns, 28 St. Blary Bt.. New Orleans, La.,
r7s: M Brown's Iron Bitters relieved me in a caao
el blood poisoning, and I beartil commend it to
those needing a blood purifier,
Mb. W. W. MoNAHAK.Tuscnmbia, Ala , says: " I
navo been troubled from childhood with Impnro
Blood and eruption on my face two bottles of
Brown's Iron Bittera effected a perfect cure. I
cannot speak too highly of this valuable medicine.
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Window Glaus, Faints, Oils, Hrnshes,
Spoiijrrs, Soaps, Combs, Per
fumes, Toilet Artlcien,
My stock of Pure Drugs and Chemicals Is
always complete All at the lowest prices lor
,aarirescriptloB8 a specially at nil
J. JAMES WOOD,
k.dewitt o. franhun,
Office: Button Htreot, next
door to Postoffloo.
M. W. B. MOOKES,
Once Second Street, over Run
von A Hockor'a dry eoods store,
ITltrous-oxldo Gas administered In all caw.
m a. x. UMixn,
(flUiuiarvAiuot ui musuuis ,na i
uad for the painless extraction of
UHwammawU. ... t,..fl.l. V .Hal
teeth. Offlce on Court Htreet anlSdly
T, Bf. WILUAHS,
Omoi: Third street, west of Market, next
dear to Dr. James Sbackleford's.
fS. W.'B. ANDERSON',
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON.
Office at (J mi- Htore.
House, Blga and-
Braining, Glaalng and Paper-banging, All
work scatty aud promptly executed. Offloe
and shop; north aide ol Fourth between Mar
ket and Limestone, streets. alBdly
t OARKKTT B. WALL."
I X. L. WOKTUIHOXOK
Attorneys and Counselors at Law,
Will practice In all court In Masoa and ad
lednlng counties and In the Superior Oouri
and Court of Appeals.
Designer and dealer in
Headstenee, Ac. The largest stock of the
latent designs. The best material and work
ever oflereu In this section of the state, at re
'dnced prices. Those wanting work In Gran
lte or Marblo are Invited to call aud see fo
tnfmaAivf. Hynrt street. Mavsville.
fXAN . COWS,
will practice In tbo courts ol Mason and ad
joining couplles, ihB Huperlor Court and
Court of Appeals. Special attention Riven to
Collections aud to Real Estate. Court street,
a 9 '
THE PEOPLE WHO REPRESENT FOR-
Xaay of Thai Kamoi Almost TJapro
aonneeabla by th Amerloaa Tangaa.
Who, the Bloat Prominent Ohm Ar.
An TJnsaaworthy VeaaelNotea.
TTABiUNOTorr, Nov. 2L The state depart,
ment has just issued a list of the "foreign
logations in tha United States.' Every
year, sometlmos more frequently, tho state
department prepares and puts into print for
the benefit of whom it may concern, a list
of all tho foreign representatives perma
nently at the capital, and inoludei in the
list all ths mambor of the legation, and tho
families of tho minister aud othor high offi
cials. This Hat is quite in demand, both among
the logation peoplo themselves and also
among tbo high flyers of tho sooial world,
who, of couraa, must ba "up" in regard to
the logatfoui and legation people. Tho list
is, too, rathor an interesting oua Tliero nro
no loss thatf twonty-saven countries repre
sented, including, of course, all the leading
nations of the world, for happily wo are at
peace with everybody, and everybody there
fore sonds us a "card" in tho shape of an
"envoy extraordinary and nilniitar pleni
potentiary, " or something of a less imposing
title. Of tho twonty-saven heads of loga
tion, however, the list isMUod by tha depart
ment gives twonty-flve as "E, E. and M. P,"
which means all of tho above title One is
just a common "ministor resldont aud -consul
general," and one country has only a
"charge d'affaires" as head of its legation.
The list is, on the whole, rather an inter
esting study. Giving as it doos a full list of
all the members of the legation, including
the familial, it'givos gotdothing of an in
terior view of these always interesting and
u-iually somewhat inaccessible institutions,
the foreign legations. They are always
central objects of attention, oven here, and
the very houses they ocoupy are pointed out
to visitors as a sort of local ourlosity.
Should the visitor be so unfortunato as to
catch a view of ono of the members of the
legation as ha passes, he is considered quite
lucky, and if he enters that mysterious cir
cle known as "sooiety" and makos the ac
quaintance of tho legation people he is
counted indeed fortunate.
Tho legatiou having the largest list of
people is that of our neighbors on the west,
China. Tha list iuoludes no less than eigh
teen people, while Englaud, Mexico and
Spain have only nino each, and tho othor
countries from ona to a half dozen each.
The list at the Chinese legation includes Mr.
Chang Yen Hoon, tha envoy extraordinary
ani minister plenipotentiary, who talks a
little English and plays a mighty good game
of whist with his friends; Mr. Shu Cbeon
Pon, the flrt secretary of th logation, who I
speaks well and is left in charge whon tho
min stor goes away; Jul Yuan and Pring
Kwang Chu, secretaries; Ho Shen Cbeo and
Liang Shing, translators; Koo Shunoing,
student interpreter; Tiien Kwang Toa, Yow
Jiara Shea, Shua Chok, Chang, Cho Suing,
Lis Chien Kivnti, attaohes; Chnn Kut Sing
and Ma Wany Yuan, military attachos;
Mr. D. W. Bartlett, American secretary;
Mrs. and Miss Bartlett
The list of the British legation comprises
the "Hona. Sir Lionel a Sackville West, K.
C. M. O., E. E. and M. P.; Miss TVost, Miss
Amalia West, the Hon. Henry Edwards,
first secretary of legation, and Mrs. Ed
wards; William Nelthorpe Baauclerk, Esq.,
second secretary; Cecil A. Spring Rico, Esq.,
actinp; third secretary, and Capt. W. H. C.
Domville, U. N., naval attache.
Benor Dou Matias Romero, E."and M. P.,
and. Banora Dona Luoreoa Allen de Romero,
Benor Don Cayetano Romero, first secre
tary; Benor Dona Eva Hatns de Romero,
Benor Don Vicente Morales, second eecre
tary: Sonora Dona Oaudalupa Durban de
Morales, Benor Don Franoisco de P4 Pasa
lagua and Benor Don Edwardo A. Gibbon
third secretariat, and Banor Don Enrique
Santlbanes, attaohe, is tha complete list of
the Mexican legation.
Switsarlaid is represented by CoL Emlle
Frey, E E. and M. P., aud Maj. Karl Kloss,
secretary of legation.
In the list at tho Brazilian legation are
Baron de Itajuba, vE. E. and M. P., and
Baroness de Itajuba; Rr. Jose Augusto Per
relra da Costa, secretary of legation and
charge d'affaires; M. Jose Coolbo Gomes,
second socrotary, and Mrs. J. Coolbo
Mr. Charles do Struve, E. E. and M. P. ;
and Madame de Struvo, Bur on Roten,
charge d'affaires, and Baroness Rosen, Mr.
Alexander Gregor, second secretary, and M.
S. do Routkowaky, uttaoha, comprise the
'France I 'represented by Mr. Tliedore
Roustan, E. E. and M. P.; Count Sala, flrst
sooretarp; Mr. Gabriel Balanson, fchird sec
retary; Maj. Lottin, military attache, and
Mr. Jules Boenfoo, chancolipr.
The list at tbo Spanish legation (s as fol
lows: Benor Don Emillo de Muruaica, E.
EL and M. P. ; Benor Don Miguel Garcia
Florer, flrst secretary; Senor Don Joee
Felipe Sagrario, second secretary; Sonora
de Sagmrio, S.-norita Maria Sagrario,
Benora Don Juan G. P. Du Rose, third seo
retary; Benor Don Josa da Pedroso. attaohe;
Benora de Pedroso, and Benor Don J. De
Romeroy Dusmet, attaohes. Germany is
Represented by'Mr. H. von Alvenalaben, E.
E. and M. P., and Japan by Mr. Jusanria
RiulchlKuUL Senor Don Domingo Oana
comes as JL E. and M. from Chili, 'Mav
royenl Bey from Turkey. Venezuela has a
Charge d' Affairs In tha parson of Senor
JoseAnt6nf6 Glavarria, while Denmark
sends Mr. P, L. E. de Lovenora as minister
resident and consul general Baron de
Fava'is the representative of Italy, and
Viscount das Nogusiras of Portugal
British Fishery Delegates Slgbtsealfig.
WAsniNOTOif, Nov. 8U The British fish
ery delegates with all their associates, pri
vate secretaries and attaahos, called upon
Becretary Bayard this morning and were
by him escorted to the JVhito House, whero
Secretary Bayard presented Messrs. Cham
barlaln and Angell to the president, and
Minister West introduced tha rest of the
party. The interview at tho White House
was not accompanied by any speech making.
Mr. Chamberlain oame flrst into the presi
dent's library and was presented by Mr.
Bayard. Mr. Tuppe'r oame next, and Jtha
our gentlemen were chatting informally
when the British minister 'lead the rest of
JiffiS&gffr W- PWWA. 9OTaP"B' 21,. .?
jlfe partf. more of than a dosea number
tote. tW'aparhBetit. -The prt4ear;'lietifc
luuuk asd cheated VrltU tUe-nfembereofM
artr.-After iter introduction the'VIitorf
wearoedtetue Bote! aad spent ths rail 6f
fee-day ta-caHfug,1 4ghafll4ts.1: X)i
JaWday.a prmlrr fijoeting wilina held
at the state departmen .
t , v' i .'"
An Unteaworthr Tassel.
WAsmirbTON, Nov. !!L Capt. Buno,
commanding the Atlanta, has wrltte Int.
W'io ye navy department, in whiob ho en
deavor to prove that tha vessol is wuriui as
aa 'a cfusfor, and is altogttber unseawortuy.
This startling assertion occnsinus no little
Jiirprisa! The captain claims that his nl
joctio'ns are basod upon adunl exerienca
wilh the Atlanta at see. He ha discovflptl
the vessel to bo unsuitable for the purp s
for which she was built. Ono of tboa most
startling dofocti to which ha call attention
Is the lino Of Are, The batteries, he says,
are placed for head-on flro whilo the vosiel
is armored for broadside sights only. Shot
fired through the side would be deflected by
the dock upward, and pass out of the ship,
but as tho guns ntn only bo used for head-on
fire, the projectiles of tho enemy practically
have froo access to tho vitah of tho vessel.
It is, rnoreovor, assertod by Capt Bunco
that the vowel, as nt prosent constructed
w th her low bulkheads could not livo in a
head sea. Tho water would rush ovor her
bow and bury hor. Cspt Bunco also claims
that the guns furnished by the ordnance da
partmeht are much to heavy for the vessel
Ha reports tjiat tha armament of the vessel
Is so badly assorted that six kinds of am
munition have to be passed through tha
same scuttle. Tha captain concludes that
the vessel practically requires reconstruc
tion. Hires will Accept.
Washington, Nov. 21. Secretary Bay
ard anhOuncei that ha has recotved a letter
from Mr. George L. Rives, from New York,
accepting the pnsltion of assistant secretary
of state. He explained his statement to a
representative of tho United Press of last
night which was that Mr. Rives had not
been appointed, by saying that he at that
time did not know whethor Mr. Rives would
accept or not The appointment will U
made at once.
Secretory AVhitnojr Improved.
Washington, Nov. 21. Mrs. Whitney
wifo of Secretary Whitney, returned t
Washington yesterday afternoon. She said
that the secretary was much improved in
health, and would come back to Washing
ton early next week. He is still unable to
do any work, however, and it will bo some
time before ba will assume full charge of
tha navy department
Washington, Nov. 21. Tho president
to-day appointed George L. Rives to bo as
sistant secretary of state; Robert K. Bowie,
to bo examiner of drugs at San Fran
cisco. HEAVY FIRE LOSSES.
Fire Haglng at Oakland,
Numerous Other Fires.
Oakland, III. Nov. 2!. The fire which
started in the wood one mile west of this
city, Thursday night, obtained a good head
way, aud for miles west aud north it swept
everything before it On the west of this
woO'ls are the Embarrass bottoms, dense
with underbrush and, largo jack-oak and
hickory trees. Those trees' were totally
des.royed, and with it all the fencing in the
path of the flames. On the north, after
reaching tho bottoms, is a neck or stretch
of timber fifteen miles long.
The wind lent its aid to the destructive
fire, and it has raged all day. The whole
neighborhood turned out to fight fire, bat so
far the efforts of the reoplo have boon fruit
lass. Many farm housei were directly in
the track of the flames and ware torn down
and hauled outside of the fire Lmit The
beat from the firs la so intense that it is im
possible to gat within a quarter of a mile
An Oil Blue In Cincinnati.
Cincinnati. Nov. 21. A destructive fire
broke out at 10 o'clock Friday night in the
Consolidated Tank company's building, 31
and X3 West Pearl street The first alarm
was followed by a second and a third com
bined. Ex-Police Lieutenant John Burk,
the night watchman, had hung his lantern
on a nail in the closet, and was preparing to
sweep out when he discovered the tire, and
turned in ths alarn. The fire was caused by
the lantern exploding. The flames spread
so rapidly that it was feared the firemen
could not confine it to the premises. The
dense smoke interfered with the work of tho
men ond caused Pipoman Thomas McFoely,
of Company 14, to fall twenty feet from a
ladder. Ha was severely bruised and taken
home by patrol After two hours' hard
work the fire was subdued. The total lota
building, furniture and oils is about 120,000.
There was no insurance in reglar companies
as the Standard Oil company carries its own
Four Story UulMIng Darned. '
New Yobk, Nov. 21. Fire in the four
story brick manufactory of the Alder
Veneer Seat company, at 311 and 213 Ave
nue A, early this morning, caused a damage
of (20,000 to the stock and $5,00t to the
building. The watchman, who had been
sleeping on the third floor when the fire
broke out, was with diffloulty rescued by
A Town In Flames.
New Yon. Nov. at.--A special despatch
to Henry Clews & Co., at 1:15 o'clock this
afternoon from Norton & Worthlngton, of
Chicago, sayst "Our Kansas City office
wires ua that Fort Scott Eas., is reported
to bo in flames. The 'fire Jdepartment "in
ans'as City is now loading one-half their
forde on a special train to go to tho assist
anco of tho burning town.
His Ooal Fire. '
Pottsville, Ponn., Nov. 21. Tho Buck
Mountain colliery breaker, shipping ah av
erage of 125 cars of anthracite coal daily,
and valued at (70,000, was burned this
morning. The flro is supposed to have ori
ginated from a red-hot stove. The breakor
was Insured for two-thirds its value.
Hurtling; the Oklahoma.
, Font WoiiTif, Tex. Nov. 21. News was
received hero lust night that Indians are
burnlug tha Oklahoma country. No cause
Is assigned for the alleged outbreak. The
supposition Is that there is an uprising
I WEE&t TIjADE PVIKV.
R. Q. DUN & COMPANY'S REPpRT Of
THE CONDITION OF BUSINESS.
f l ( a
A nig Wheat Transaction In the City of
New York, and tha Cause of the Ad
vance In PricesBusiness Genoratly
AetWe Failures for the Fast Week.
New Youk, Nov. 21. R. G. Dun A: Co.,
In their weekly revjewof trade, say: Mora
than a third of all the wheat which will
leavo the farms throughout tha country
during the entire year was sold in this city
during tha past six days. Roportod sales
reached 101,:WO,000 bushols wheat, !!3,2d7r-
000 bushels corn, 8,273,0)0 barrels oil, 1,047,
400 bales cotton, and 408,000 bags coffoe.
Wheat advanced 3 l-4c, corn 4 !-8c, oata
1 l-4o, oil 1 l-8o and coifeo 1-iVo, whilo cot
ton declinod a sixteenth. Hog?, pork and
pork products wore excited, hogs rising 40c
per lOu pounds, and laid :J0u; tin jumped
8 i-4c again, and comber nearly la
Apprehended deficiency of supplies is tho
oxcu8o for tho excited advauce in soma
products, but tho bottom fact is, that more
currency is in circulation than over before,
and treasury deposits with banks feed the
Seculativo fever, while removing the fear
of monetary pressure at the chief centers of
Business is generally active for tho season,
' though at some points retarded by slow col
lections or recent failures. Exchanges last
week fell below those of tho same weok lost
year, but the great increase at most western
and southern "Cities continues. At Chicago
the relief after tho hanging and funeral of
tha Anarchists gave a new impetus; at
Omaha collections aro satisfactory and
trade is good ; at Milwaukeo trade is slightly
du.lpr; nt Memphis serious damage results
from the long drouth and prevalent fires,
and Nashville finds fires and failures an em
barrassment A bank failure affects St
Louis, and monoy continues closo at Kansas
City. Collections are dull there, slow at
Milwaukeo, and only fair at Nashville and
Tho great speculation in whoat root on in
spite of a decline 3,20u,000 bushels in Octo
ber exports, nnd a.SOO.OOO bushels in Sep
tember, but tho quantity remaining on hand
November 1, after allowance for a full
year's consumption, was 109000,000 bushols,
whereas tt o exports for the remaining
months of the last crop year were 100, 70o,
041 bushols. Corn is oxcitod because of tho
bureau reduction of 60,000,000 bushels in its
estimate; at the same time pork products
and cattle rise. To-day's markets showed a
sharp reaction in grain, but wbother the
speculation has culminated no oiio can say.
Cotton has reacted but little from the great
advance caused by tho bureau report, but
receipts continuo large beyond precedent
Stocks advanced an average of 0 1-2
points from the lowest a month ago, but
showed some hesitation on Thursday and
Friday under large sales from Europe and
elsawUere, Iron consumption continues
large, and prices are well held. Cool is in
The buisness failures during the past seven
days number for the United States WH, for
Canada 10, a total of 224 compared with 217
last week, and 243 for the corresponding
week of last year.
Hong Yea Chant;, Lawyer. .
New YonK, Nov. 21. Amonga the. law
students who applied before the general
term of the supremo court yesterday for
admission to the bar was a Chinaman gradu
ate of Yale college, named Hong Yen
Chang. All were aimitted except him,
though he passed the examination and pro
duced a special 'act bf the legislature,
authorizing the court to admit him. Judge
Van Brunt said the act was not compulsory
and as he did not consider Chang a citizen
ho would not admit him. Judge Brady, it
is understood, took a contrary view as to
the scope of tha Chinese exclusion act I
Telegrapher Thrown Out.
New York, Nov. 2L The Sun says:
Nearly two hundred telegraphers, of both
sexes, employed by the Baltimore & Ohio
Telegraph company, in the operating room
at Broadway and Canal streets, were noti
fied by Manager J. W. McLaren, on Tdea
day, that their services would n6t be re
quired after the last day of the month. Mr.
McLaren said yesterday that the Western
Union company was going to close up the
Exterminating Mexican Ilaudlts.
Matauoiias, Mex, Nov. 21. Pudencio
Gruieterez, another well known bandit,
was captured ne r San Miguelde by Capt
La Madrid aud was lodged in jail bare.
This makes twenty bandits captured by
Capt La Madrid in the past two months.
The brigand captured tho other day at Al
lende, iu Nuevo Leon, was taken out and
shot He was one of the worst murderers
on the Rio Grande,
He Wants III Money.
New YortK, Nov. 21. The -property In
this state of the Southern Railroad associa
tion has been attached in a suit for the re
covery of $17,000 with interest from 1874,
brought by James J.' Smith. Smith pur
chased seventeen bonds of the Mississippi
Central railroad, payable in New 'Ybrk on
December 1, lt&4, and endorsed by the asso
ciation. Smith saya that neither principal
nor interest has been paid.
?ae Struck at Kllsabethtown, Ind.
CoLvkucs, Ind., Nov. 21. At 'Ellzabeth
towiya small village seven miles east bf
this city, gas was struck at a distance of
about eight hundred feet, and there is great
rejoicing in consequence. The second' wall
at this place has readied a depth' bf about
two thousand feet, with notnlnjj- but salt
water as a result
Danker Charged with Forgery.
Galveston. Tex, Nor. !!!. Joseph
Marx, a banker and prominent business
man of Toxarkana, Tex., was brought here
charged with forging the names of two well
known merchants of Texarkana to a (3,000
note, which was negotiated in this city.
Marx gave bond for his appearance.
A lllg Uoyoott. '
Haelxton, Pa, Nov. 31. The genera
boycott against all merchants doing busi
ness with theTmino oporatora, whoso minora
are looked out, has bee declared through
out the region.
W. C. T. U.
Women's Christina Temperance Iatoa Us
Nashville. ' ' ' ' ' x,v
Nashvillh, Nov. 21 At Friday's sesslok
of tha National convention of thW WomsWt
Christian Tom porah oo union" there -were Mt
women delegates, representing thirty-eiglslf
states and territories and the DNtrlct of Cow"'
lumbia. Tha convention was a sea of white
waving handeronlefs whon Miss Frances'll"
Willard was doclarod reelected president.
Miss Willnrd, among othor things, said:
"Best of all tho marshaling hosts of which
you are tha vanguarl represent the down
fall of sectarianism in religion, and tho
death of sectionalism in politics. Tho bugle
of your advanca strikes tho koynote of the
church univonal, nnd tho drum boat of
your hotrt, now throbbing round the
world, predicts the day whon tho nations
shall form ono universal brotherhood. Your
whito ribbon prophesies the whlto flag of
pcaco that yot shall wave at tho masthood
of overy ship and from the dome of ovory
cnpltol upon tho clobp. For" nothing less
has God set In motjon tho homo hojts of alt
nations, "with tho prayor of faith, and the)
badge of snow, aud tho song of victory
singing. "Our prayers nro prophets and predict
this day of glad deliverance as being at the
door. The man who in pro-ionco of suok
possibility, siys, 'I don't want to throw
away mv vote,' is quito likely to throw
away something even more valuable and
that is the voter himself. For, as Miss
West has said, To-day Christ sits over
against tbo ballot boxes as of old He sal
ovor agalmt tho treasury, and Judges'mbS
by what they east therein.
"Concerning the platform of the National
Prohibition convention, I am contoht'ta
loavo it culmtantlally whore it is, save thai
it should declare Christ and his law to be
tho true basis of gbvernment and the su
preme authority in national as well as indi
vidual life. I greatly desire and hope that wa
may use our influence to secure this end.
Such a declaration must be cloirly divested
ofanvthing that looks toward a union' of
church and stato, to which all eniffritened
Christians are thoroughly opnos d but
must as exollcltly rwsogmza ChrUc as the
great world force for rightoous toss and
purity, and enthrone him king of nations in
faith, as ho will one day be in fact, through.
Christian politics and laws, no less than
"I hope wo shall distinctly declare our
selves in favor of removing tho internal
revenue tax from all intoxioatlng liquors.
It is a covenant with hell and a compact)
with damnation. To-day it stands as tho
Btrongost bulwark between the liquor trafflo
and annihilation. Wo want no monopoliea
in sin least of all that tho National govern
ment should bo tho largest stockholder, get
ting ninety cents on every gallon of whisky
and ninety -three cents in round nttmbers on
every keg of boor. Tho nmount of the tax
is about equal to the annual surplus in tho
United States treasury; let both ba wiped
out together. I hope this may be one of our
campaign battle cries, Down with the tax
that ties the Nation tight to the vampire
that is sucking nut its blood."
The Temperance temple, to cost (850,000
and to be twelve stories high, was discussed.
The means to erect it are to be contributed
by the union. Of tho amount, (1,100 has
already been given, and (0,000 was pledgod
A verse of the Crusade hymn was sung
amid great enthusiasm. A telegram waa
cent to Mrs. President Cleveland and the
Prohibitionist workers of Atlanta.
O d officers were all "re-elected.
Miss WtllanPhas 'just written a narrative
of the rise and an explanation of the -purpose
of tha Women's Christian Temparanoa
Union, which is by far the largeit society Of
women ever formed. It has a membership
of 200,000, taking iu almost every state and
territory and uioit foreign countriaa Tha
essay will be 'published in the Forum for
Passenger Train Wrecked.
Burlington, N. J., Nov. 21. The 8i2
a. m. passenger train from Philadelphia,
crashed into a train of ompty coal cars at
White Hill station, this morning, destroying- '
the caboose of the coal train and several
coal cars. Ths engine of the passenger
train was completely wrecked. None of the
passengers were seriously injured, although.
rxany of them wore seriously shaken up.
Death or Another Pittsburg Ed 1 ton
Pittsburg, Nov. 21. Frank M. HIggins,
.managing editor of the Pittsburg Commer
cial Gazatto, in which he also had a propri
ary interest, died to-day from pneumonia.
Mr. Higgins was thirty-oight years of age,
a native of Huntington county, and Waa
well known as an experienced journalist
Luciano Mnrantes Captured.
San Antonio, Tex, Nov. 2 i. Telegram
from Zena station, south from here, tell 'of
the capture and arrival thore of Luciano
Horantes, one of the leaders of the modern
army of brigands operating on both sides
of the Rio Grande. It was Luciano who
planned the kidnapping ot old Senor Jdan
Garcia Barrea last September, and success,
fully held him for ransom for (1,600. Hia
confederates in that entorpriso were capt
ured in Mexico last weok. Luciano "was
taken at a point fifty miles south of Zena at
a rendezvous, in the midst of heavythioketa
where ho had built and nicely furnished a
mall house. He was surrounded by Deputy
United State Marshal Coy and bis 'posse
and gave thorn battle. The posse happened
to catch Luciano alone with two of his mis
tresses. One of the .Senoritas was 'fatally
wounded id tbe'flgbt and Luciano received
two bullets through the body. Tha mettf
bars of the posse were slightly injured.
Twenty Horsea Burned.
Chicago, Nov. 21. At 3:45 o'clock this
morning the fire department was called to a
raging blaxo in a livery stable at 413 West
Van Buren street All exits' to 'the build
ing were t uddenly in flames and twenty
horses perished. Some buggies that wera
in another department were saved. The
property belonged to 8. B. Miller, and the
lots is about(lH,000; iasuranoa (0,000. Tha
fire waa caused by a lamp in the harness
room being knocked from a shelf to tha
floor and oxploding.
Mangled Uy a Clroulnr Saw.
Columbia Citt, Indy Nov. 21. Georga
Rich, employed in a saw mill at Unlondalf,'
south of this place, accidentally ran against
circular saw, and was torn'tb.pieces by lta
teeth. The body was horribly mutilated,'
slaU death 'resulted Instantly. ' '" ''