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BURY VICTIMS OF MOBS. I
Pitiful Scenes at Odessa as 412 Bodies
of Jews Are Interred.
Odessa, Nov. 9.— Four hundred and
twelve Jews, victims of the massacres
of last week, were buried today. A
majority of the shops were closed, in
cluding many of those belonging to
Christians. The scenes of grief were
heartrendering and almost indescrib
able as the bodies were placed in
trenches, each containing 70. Similar
funerals will continue for three days,
240 of the victims being in such a con
dition today that they could not bo
recognized. On each grave wreaths
were placed bearing the inscription:
"Martyrs to the faith— victims of
the autocracy. '•
The mobs completely devastated,
plundered and burned all the Jewish
houses in the suburbs of Dalnik. In
the large villages of Severinnovka and
Anatolievka and the towns of Ovidio
pol, Maimaia, Akkesman, Ataki and
Winitza, many hundred persons are re
ported to have been killed and thou
The details of the last week's mas
sacres at Odessa are gradually leak-
Ing out and only serve to add to the
horrors. It appears that the soldiers j
slaughtered the defenders of Jewish
At Culross abbey, in Fife, Scotland,
a tombstone has been found which is i
believed to date from the fourth cen
tury of the Christian era.
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Election Returns That Interest All Parties.
I Washington's Wheat Crop.
There is nothing in the latest re
ports "received at the department of
agriculture which tends to diminish
the midsummer prospect that the 1905
wheat crop of the state of Washing
ton will be from 32,000,000 to 35,000,
--000 bushels, states a Washington, D.
C, report. The October estimate of
spring wheat in the state gives the
yield per acre at 22.5 bushels, which is
in bout four bushels to the acre larger
ihan the estimated yield of 1904. These
I figures, although official, are prelim
j mary in character, and are subject
to revision next December after a
more careful examination of the har
vest has been made.
Svate of Ohio, city of Toledo, (
Lucas County, j 88-
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he 1*
senior partner of the linn of K. J. chunky <&
Co., doing business in the city of Toledo, Coun
ty and State aforesaid, and that said linn will
pay the sum of ON HUNORKD DOLLARS for
each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be
cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh Ci he.
FRANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to before me and subscribed in mv
presence, this 6th day of Decemt>er, A. D., 188&
~~-. A. W. OLKABON,
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acts directly on the blood and mucous surface/
of the system. Send for testimonials, free.
F. J. CUENEY ii CO., Toledo, O.
Sold by Druggists, 75c.
Hall's Family i'illa are the best.
liMllicent —It doesn't seem quite
right for those men to court that
yorng widow so soon after her hus
tense —But this is an exceptional
case. Everybody is saying that black
is unbecoming to her.—Punch.
HOWARD X BURTON, A«nayi-r »nd c)ieiL
Ist. Specimen prices— QoM, Silver and l-eitc
II; Gold and-lilver, 75c; Zink or Copper, Jl
Cynide teat. Mailing envelopes and full rice
list sent on application. Control and Uin»lr<
work solicited. Leadville, Colorado. !'>-'r
ence. Carbonate National Bank
Student — For this insult I challenge
you to pistols!
Commercial Traveler —All right, but
first you will have to take out a shoot
ing license, for my name is Hare. —
Mothers will find Mr«. Window's
Soothing Syrup the beet remedy to u*e
for their children during teething period
Henry T. Rainey, who is credited
with starting the hunt for the remains
of John Paul jones, has been nomi
nated for the third term as democratic
congressman from the Twentieth Illi
fJTf Permanently Cored. No fltaor aervoiMßeo*
I 10 after Drat day's use of Dr.Kllm)'nGrt*Hl
Restorer. Bend for Frn«»'J trial bottle and treatl/w.
Dr. K. H.Kllne,Ltd..Ußl Ar»h Be.. PulHdelpbla. r»
The bisnaga plant, a cactus, has
saved hundreds of wanderers in Amer
ican deserts from dying of thirst. The
echino cactus emory forms a natural
reservoir always full of cool, sweet
water, which it draws from the earth
and which is kept cool by evaporation.
PUo's Cure Is a reined* forcooflKv coldt
•nd consumption. Try it. Price 26 ©etiM.
"An' after I'd et all I wanted," re
lated Farmer Foddershucks, "they put',
a little glass bowl in front o' me, for
me to wash my hands in. I was mad.'
1 up an' told th' durn cuss that Jest
because I come f'm the country was no ,
sign I et with my fingers. I know :
what knives is for, same as city folks
The princess of Wales has had a ;
magnificent picnic motor car built for
the use of herself and her children.
THREE CHILDERN KILLED AND
13 GROiN PERSONS INJURED.
Gas Leakage in Basement of Bank
Building Responsible for Loss of
Life at Ishpeming, Mich.—Victims
Were Going Home From Church —
Steamfitter Struck Match.
lahpeming, Mich., Nov. 6.—Three
:hildren were killed and 13 persons
injured as the result of au explosion
acre which completely destroyed the
Umers' National bank. The dead:
Steven Goodman, aged 12 years; Alice
\dcQee, aged lo years; Edward Me-
Jrath, aged 12. Fatally injured, Jas.
A gas leakage in the basement of
he bank building was responsible for
he explosion and loss of life.
The victims were all church attend
nits, on iheir way home from mass.
Anderson and Peterson, steamflttera,
had been engaged to make repairs to
;he heating plant, and as they entered
ihe building they detected the smell
,>t gas. They thought lit Lie of the
circumstance, however, and as they
passed into the furnace room they
struck a match to a gas jet. There
was a terrible explosion. The steam
titters were blown through the door
way ai the rear of the building, while
tne building collapsed, falling into the
.street, a v.ass of ruins. A crew wan
twitching cars on the sidetrack near
.he bank and cars blocked the cross
ing when tne explosion occurred. Many
persons were standing on the walk
awaiting the passage of the cars, and
thus were within reach of the explo
sion. There were a number of narrow
■scapes from death or serious injury.
James Mullen was in his office in the
bank building wnen the accident oc
curred, and he was not taken from
'he debris until the rescuers had
worked for two hours in clearing away
the wreckage. The bodies of the kill
ed were fearfully mangled. The safety
deposit vaults in the bank are unin
SLAIN BY ORDER OF CZAR.
Charge 25,000 Jews Have Thus Been
Paris, Nov. H. —Persky, the well
known translator of Maxim Gorkey's
works, who is now in Berlin, writes
"A friend of mine, a dwtor at Kiel',
writes that 26,000 Jews have been
massacred and that 1000 women and
children have been outraged and
strangled. The massacres are the
work of the government.
"Boukoff, leader of the reactionaries
in Moscow, declares he had received
orders openly to massacre Jews.
Nachico. reactionary leader at Kief, de
clared that a member of the imperial
family is leading the movement. The
police organize mobs, distribute vodka
to them and point out the houses of
Jews. Cossacks share the booty and
shoot those who try to escape."
The symbol of the cross is used in
the religions of the aborigines of North
and South America, and by the most
ancient nations of Europe, as well as
BOTH PARTIES CLAIM QHIQKEW
YORK GOES FOR JLROME.
Schmitz Was Reelected Mayor of San
Francisco—Mormons Lose in Salt
Lake City—Reform Tickets to the
Frcnt—Big Republican Majorities in
New England States.
WMhlngton, Nov. 8. —Election re
turns shuw that in Ohio the Peiull ll
■till doubtful, though the returna up
i" ■ late hour indicate th«> election "f
Pattiaon, th<" democratic candidate tor
governor, They Indicate thai the
democrat! carried the mayorality cam
paign In New York city; the itate
ticket in Virginia, and the city ticket
in Louisville; while the republican!
have MuMi a clean sweep in Miissa
chusetts, and Chicago and Cook conn
iy, ami have carried their ticket! in
New Jeney, Rhode island, Nebraska
and Maryland. In New York, lloursl
had a plurality in the borough of
Brooklyn of almost Hi,ooo, with 14
election districts missing. The re
turn! indicate BlcClellan'i reelection
by several thousand plurality. Hearst
has charged fraud in the voting. Bird
S. Coier was elected borough presi
dent of Brooklyn on the municipal
ownership ticket. The New York elec
tion shows that municipal ownership
will be a considerable factor in the
The .suffrage amendment in Mary
land was defeated overwhelmingly.
Massachusetts elected a republican
governor by a majority approxlmatioi
that of Douglas, the present demo*
Following is the summary of the re
New York -Mayor, Ceo. B. MeClel
lan, democrat, reelected by small plu
rality; William Travel's Jerome, inde
pendent district attorney, reelected;
Bird s. Coler, municipal ownership,
elected borough president Of Brook
Ohio Hoih democratic and republi
can leaders claim election, l'atiison,
democrat, carried Cincinnati, Cleve
land, both city and county, and the
democrats showed gains in Toledo and
Maryland —The proposed constitu
tional amendment, whose alleged pur
pose was to disfranchise negro voters,
was defeated; republicans elected the
state comptroller and city officials.
Political complexions of legislature
Massachusetts The republicans
elected Curtis Guild, Jr., republican,
governor by 29,435 plurality, and K. 8.
Bmtper, republican, lieutenant gov
ernor, by 3942.
Chicago—Republicans made a clean
sweep in Chicago and Cook county.
Robert R. McCormlck, republican,
elected president of the board of san
itary trustees. >
Rhode Island —Clean republican
Pennsylvania - Philadelphia over
whelmingly carried by the city party
(.reform ticket); Berry, democrat,
elected state treasurer by upward of :
Virginia — The democratic plurality
is about 20,000, and Bwanson is elect
ed governor. Negroes generally re
mained away from the polls. The
next legislature on Joint ballot will i
have 23 republicans instead of 16, as]
Salt Lake City —The American party
(anti-Mormon) defeated the Mormon
democratic and republican candidates
Louisville, Ky.— Democrats elected
mayor, and legislature remains practi
cally unchanged, with a good working j
democratic majority. i
New Jersey—Republican gains in |
legislature sufficient to preclude any j
democratic successor to United States!
Senator Dryden. I
Nebraska —Republicans elected state
San Francisco —Schmitz, union labor
candidate for mayor, probably elected .
by 11,000 majority, together with his j
Indianapolis — Republican mayor j
President Roosevelt remained In his '
office at the White House until after
11 o'clock reading returns from the
elections. He evinced great interest
in the results, particularly in New j
York, Ohio, Massachusetts and Mary
land and Philadelphia. He made bo
expression of his views.
BLOWS OUT WIFE'S BRAINS.
Al Smith, Tacoma Gambler, Then Kills;
Brother in Law.
Tacoma, Wash.. Nov. 10. —Al Smith,
a gambler well known in Tacoma, '.
killed his wife and his brother in law,
L. L. Johnson, a waiter, In Johnson's
home. Smith rushed out of the house
after the tragedy and ran into the'
brush to the southwest, where officers
are now searching for him.
OREGON LINES, $4,000,000.
Harriman System May Lay Rails in
Center of State.
Portland, Ore. —One immense appro
priation of 160,000 has been" made
by the executive board of the Harri
man system for now roads la Oregon,
the location, mileage and general plan
of which have not been announced.
This makes a total of $24,000,000 the',
Harriraan lines will expend in 'his
state for the years 1905 and 1900. ;
Port of Haichu Is Open. |
China hat* opened the port of Haichu
to foreign *rade. »
Send postal for j& Rfe^a^H^^.
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All grocers M^^^
FIVE MISSIONARIES KILLED.
U. S. Government to Investigate—
China Gives Protection.
The stale department, after a con
ference with Ihe naval officials at I
Washington and communication by ca
ble with Consul General Lay at Can
ton, China, has arranged that that of
ficial shall accompany the viceroy of
Canton on a Chinese gunboat to Lien
chow, about 300 miles up the West
river, to investigate the massacre of
the tire missionaries at that place.
One or two American naval officers
from the gunboats Squires or Callao
will accompany Mr. Lay to assist in
The massacre w«s due to the un
happy action of Mis. Machle, who, on
the refusal of some of the members
of a Dative procession to desist from
Worshiping the idols they carried, seiz
ed the idols and decliued to restore
them to their owners. Thereupon the
infuriated processionists surrounded
anil destroyed the mission and as
saulted the inmates. They then mur
dered them and threw their bodies
into the river. The mob did not in
terfere with six French priests who
resided in the neighborhood.
As a result of the mas.tacre an im
perial edict has been issued directing
the viceroy of Canton to furnish elli
cionl protection to the missions and
to punish all the guilty persons,
i.c minister for foreign affairs at
Pekin has requested the American
minister to inform this government
that the Chinese government is pro
foundly humiliated and distressed at
tne massacre of American missionaries
at Liencbow and has promised prompt
land vigorous action
Double Tragedy Over $4.
Los Angeles, Cal., Nov. ti. Ira B.
Cater, a blacksmith, shot and instant
ly lulled his wife, and then shot him
self through the forehead and died
five hours later. The Immediate cause
of the killing was a quarrel over $4,
hut the couple had not lived together
happily, and the woman had recently
j began suit for divorce.
SI^YDIT* O THAT DO
V/ivJ— s\Zj not heal
Whenever a sore or ulcer does not heal, no matter on what part of the
body it may be, it is because of a poisoned condition of the blood. This
| poison may be the remains of some constitutional trouble ; the effect of a
long spell of sickness, which has left this vital stream polluted and weak,
: or because the natural refuse matter of the body, which should pass off
through the channels of nature, has been left in the system and absorbed
j into the circulation. It does not matter how the poison became intrenched
i in the blood, the fact that the sore is there and docs not heal is evidence of
; a deep, underlying cause. There is nothing that causes more discomfort,
< worry and anxiety than a festering, discharging old sore that resists treat
j meat. The very sight of it is abhorrent and suggests pollution and disease ;
besides the time and attention required to keep it clean and free from other
i infection. As it lingers, slowly eating deeper into the surrounding flesh, the
sufferer grows morbidly anxious, fearing it may be cancerous. Some
of those afflicted with an old sore or
i ulcer know how useless it i« In ,-v I pave had a crippled foot all my lite,
' u'll' know now ustitts v isiotx- which compelled mo to use a brace. By
Dect a cure from salves, powders, lo- some unaccountable means this brace
Uions and other ex tern treatment. cauiod a bad Ulcer on my ley, tboat liz
iion* aiiu omer cxuniai irtaunent. years aero. I had trood medical atten
, Ihrough the use of these they have tion, but the Ulcer grot worse. I was in-
I seen the ace begin to heal and scab d.uced *° try 8. 8. 8., and am fflad to say
I dvv.i lUßinuic "«-«,!" i«> iitai anu scan n cured me entirely,and lam convinced
over, and were congratulating them- that it saved my faa for me. I have,
i selves that they would Soon be rid of #adly^o"m^n£it\o na?l' .feeding
the detestable thing, when a fresh reliable blood medicine.
j supply of poison from the blood »**«tol, Va.-Tenn. W. J. CATB.
| would cause the inflammation and old discharge to return and the sore would
ibe as bad or worse than before. Sores that do not heal are not due to out
side causes ; if they were, external treatment would cure them. They are
kept open because the blood is steeped in poison, which finds an outlet
through these places. While young people, and even children, sometimes
suffer with non-healing sores, those most usually afflicted are persons past
1 middle life Often, with them, a wart or mole on the face inflames and be
gins to ulcerate from a little rough handling ; or a deep, offensive ulcer de
velops from a slight cut or bruise. Their vital energies and powers of re
sistance have grown less, and circulation weaker, and perhaps some taint in
the blood, which was held in check by their stronger constitutions of early
S/#iS£S ilfiSS& I'"' 'ous any sore that well to be heal
«ssw* filC^> picious of any sore that docs not heal
><$3fV Ni-2?^ readily, because the same germ that
|k^l« KwJ^u produces Cancer is back of every old
Cl 8 f\ Bh*y /t\ sore il"'' only needs to be left in the
'■* 'Sjasi^ \j n/ circulation to produce this fatal disease.
P'IRFI VVFPF TAR I F llcrt' is only one way to cure these old
r Ufl C.L, I V tut I DL. C gores and ulcers, and that is to get every
particle of the poison out of the blood. For this purpose nothing equals
S. S. 3, It goes dawn to the very bottom of the trouble, cleanses the blood
and makes a permanent cure. S. S. 8. enriches and freshens the circulation
bo that it carries new, strong blood to the diseased parts and allows the place
to heal naturally. When this is done the discharge ceases, the sore scabs
over and fills in with healthy flesh, and the skin regains its natural color.
Book on Sores and ulcers and any medical advice desired will be furnished
without charge. m£ WIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, GA.
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; Card giving the first reliable newt of
> a chance to sell a horizontal steam
'. engine of our styles, within our range
of sizes. We do not want inquiries at
this time for vertical, traction or gas
ENGINES AND BOILERS
hive for years been (he standard for ill steam
plants, beat of material and workmanship.
Our big output triable* us to sell on small prof
its. An Atlas, the best In the world, coat* no
more than the oilier kind.
Writ* today tor our special offtr.
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FROM MONTANA TO 'FRISCO.
Railway Reported Assured to Build
Th« San Francisco, Idaho & Mon
tana Hallway company, which, it is
announced In a dispatch from Minne
apolis, has been financed, has been
i promoted by O. K. Propper, J. A. Me-
Ointy anil W. A. Koran of Boise. The
J latter has been In the east for some
time In the interest of the project.
The plan is to start the road from
Boise with a view to building the San
Francisco connection before crossing
(he mountains Into Montana. The first
action It to reach the Southern Pa
cific or Western Pacific In the vicinity
Notaries Public In Postoffices.
Postmaster General Cortelyou Is
sued an order excepting all fourth
class postmasters from the operation
of the order prohibiting notarial
charges by notaries public who are of
ficers of the government.
I TITUKN writing to ndTertiiieni plnaaa
I IT luntuliiii tin* |iitp«r.
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