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Jt Plans for the Uniricatioa of Salva
dor, Honduras and Nicaragua.
Will Be Knon-a Unltrd States of
Central America To Have One
President and a CcntraUy
Xbe dclrgateb to the convention to
form a constitution for the states of
Salvador. Honduras and Nicaragua,
continue their sessions at Managua.
Nicaragua, almost darly. The work,
however, is progressing slowly. The
delegates have discussed the lirst 11
of the articles in the printed form of a
constitution which they have ts a
guide, and have decided on the follow
ing principal features:
First The organization is to !;- a
confederacy, instead of a central union
of the three states.
Second The came of the confeder
acy is to be "The United States rf Cen
Third There is to be a federal di'--'triet,
composed of the civil depart
ments of Chinendrga, in Nicaragua;
Choluteca. in Honduras, end La 1":.
in Salvador, all bordering en the gulf
Fourth The organizing capital
to be Amnpala, on Tiger island, in the
department of Choluteca, Honduras.
The permanent capital is to be de
termined by the first congress, and will
be located af Amapala. Choluteca or
Fifth There is to be one president,
instead cf a triple-headed tribune, as
at first proposed.
In a recent session delegates from
Salvador protested against what they
termed "a spirit of antagonism to Sal
vador." in some speeches made by cer
tain delegates from Nicaragua.
It is thought probable that cither
Preside nt I'onilla. of Honduras, cr
President Pelaya. of Nicaragua, -a:!!
be chosen as the first president of the
WON'T ABANDON TEE TEMPLE.
Mr. !i. tar:--e Snys the Trtt-
le.- 'VI'! Vet M.ike It Ml
, VS :V?rtl' "rinmrtnl.
Mr?. M;;:i'i.a R ("arse, preside!:; n
the heard of Temj-i: trustees, of th
Woman's Ten: le o: Chicago, i:. re
ferring o the action taheu at a recent
meeting -)f the executive committee
of the National Woman's Christian
Temper;' r: : i- n-'OK said:
"The rl 1 1::- , t :. dal i;f. cf the cot
mi;tee th::! the local W. C. T. V. so
cieties discontinue any further t (Tort
to pay for th? Ten.p'.c. on account of
the slew nrorss which has been mucle
in c-j.'ectir.g nioney. v.n a most un
fortunate decision. a nJ is not upheld !y
the rar.lt and file of the society. The
Temple trustees are an incorporated
and independent body, and have not
the slightest idea of abandoning the
project of making the Temple Miss
Wi'lard's memorial. Miss Willard's
last words on her death-bed in regard
to the Temple were: 'Oh. if I only
could be of help. Oh. that some one
would help me in my extremity so
that su?cess might come to the Tem
ple. More plans than ever have 1 e 'n
set o:: foot by the Temple trustees to
pay for the beautiful building, and
some large subscriptions have been re
ceived within a week. The chain let
ter, sent out by the Young People's
Christ ian Temperance union, is proving
a great si:?ce;s."
TO HAVE BIG EXHIBIT.
C'tiltci! States to Occnpy ypacc nt
Purl "-position SecondOnly
to IVoncr Herself.
Col. Kmile E. II. Hlum. who has been
tn Paris for some time looking out for
American interests at the Paris
International exposition of l'JOO. has
returaed. Col. Mum will soon con
fer with Ferdinand W. Peck, the
United States commissioner-general,
and the two will take charge of
the .American exhibit. Col. I'liim
taid regarding his trip: "The exhibit
of the I'nited States will be the largest
of any country in regard tofloor space,
with the exception of Frar.ee. At the
last exposition we had ir.t.OOO square
feet, r.d this time LV.O.ixM! square feet
are already as.-.ured. Through the ap
propriation of SGiil.OK) by congress, a
beautiful building will be erected.
My special mission toParisat this time
was to ascertain the feeling between
'he French and the Americans, and I
am sure what little hard feeling there
was has entirely disappeared. I went
to hotels, cafes, business houses, and
in ali I was treated not only courteous
ly, but as a friend. Through Gen. Hor
ace Porter, I tntered official society,
and the same good feeling was ap
parent." Old Centum of the Sioux.
Among the Sioux Indians, when one
family borrowed a. kettle from another,-
it is expected that, w-hen the
kettle is returned, a small portion of
the food that has been cooked in it
iv ill be left in the bottom, as the owner
must always know what was cooked in
The Roller Boat.
A melancholy sight was to be seen in
English waters recently when the once
famous Bazin "roller boat," which was
to roil on the ocean at a speed of 50
knots an hour, crawled into Hull har
bor for sale to anyone who would take
her. She never surpassed eight knots
Scmetiilns; Xew In Toe Clips.
Bicyclists will appreciate a new toe
clip, which is hing'ed to the side of the
pedal and has extensions on the front
and rear, which spring the clip into
place as soon as touched by the foot,
the poda' being always balanced for)
ce eit 'He up-
D-i U.iTELY LOCATED.
Lrarncil Decision Reicardias the !.
act Spot Where Christ Was
The Palestine Exploration society,
the greatest authority in the world or.
Jerusalem and its holy places, where it
has been conducting excavations and
researches for over a score cf years,
has just decided a question of profound
importance to all Christendom. It has
located the exact spot on which Christ
was crucified and buried, says a for
eign correspondent of a New York pa
per. The final researches on the subject
have lately been completed by Dr. Con
rad Schick, the representative of th
society. and his report has been made.
This places the seal of scientific ap
proval upon the pre-ei;t Church of 1 1:
Iloly Sepulchre and the tomb of Christ
Dr. Schick's report will be presented i
Emperor William of Germany w! c:,
visits Jerusalem. There have It.:.
various theories about the place
cruri'lxion and the tomb. It has l.c ;.
e!:ii!r.ir! that the Mosque of Omar
t reeled over the spot where the en:-
1';.' caper just prepared by .
Sehl:-';. the noted German savant.
pem'rally rcrnrded as supplying t!.
last proof necessary on the penu:;
res- of i!;e place now revered as Cai
vary. Mr. Schick in his paper say:
"One of the chief points to ascert;:i:t
about the Chnrch of the Hoh- Sepulcl i"
is whetherit actually standson the roel:
of Calvary. Some have claimed the :t
parert rock foundation was an imita
tion. To satisfy dou'.'.ts on this point I
have made a special research. In the
chapel f.f Adam, in a closed recess. I
found that genuine rock can be seen.
'"I have een able to trace the rock
scarp ami make a map of theconfigurr;
tion of the ground as it was originally
at fhe actual time of the crucifixion."
ANOTHER FIND OF GOLD.
Rich IMKFTlnK IliHcovereil In .North
ern British Columbia Slum
pede for the IMae.
News has reached Victoria. H. C. of
a placer find on Pike creek, in northern
Ilriti.-h Columbia, which, from rcpor'.s
received, must be as rich as El Dorado
?reek in the Klondike. The discover
ers took out from $1.1)00 to S1..VK k. a
week. a:;d took their sacks to Skagmij
tc speak for themselves. The Alaskan
(on!.! have been simply deserted, the
men rushing to Tagish. A Victor':.;:;
vri'ing from Skagtiay of the stril.i
"Th:- new.-, of a rich strike reaei.n!
I ere the other day from Tagish !::!.:.
but most people took it as a "fake" g-
up by p. steamship company until . .
t.. r. nine along with a sackful of :; -gets
to show for a week's work. 1 !
me:i took in Iirht outfit:-, just eco:. .
to see them through, and came bac ' :
more provisions. Some of them have
high as SLSO"). It is reported to l. a
second EI Dorado, from one to six d
lars a pr::; i.- in-r the average, n few ;
irg as high as ?.)().
" T! '. return of the miners has fairly
ft tic tov.r, i-razy. Everybody v..
car. leave is going to TYr.r.ett ;:i-t
. titiett is deserted, every bo';, !.
l'-ft for the diggi: cs. which
'M miles from there. The ra!'.. . 1
' have lost COO or 70.'of their .
! .ave gcr.e for the rold fi. !"-.
be made in three da-.
THE SHERMAN STATUS
Only the iludiinentnry Mc;t !1rc
ISeen Taken Tnward Its
The "Sherman" statue, over the
lward of which there was more in
tense feeling than, perhaps, hns ever
been aroused by any other govern
ment contract, still remains a mys
tery, so far as anything can be learned,
ns to its progress. Although almost
two years have elapsed since its con
struction was awarded to Carl Ilohi
sinirh. and during that time a finely
quipped atelier has been erected on
the white lot, in anticipation of the
requirements of the great monument,
no steps have yet been taken toward
its completion, other than in the most
rudimentary stages. The magnitude
and importance of the work, and the
fact that it is one of the three public
memorials for the execution of which
congress has made special and mu
nificent appropriations, makes it a
natter of deep interest to the public,
ind it is to be hoped that before long
?t will be possible to obtain some defi
nite knowledge of its progress and es
;cution. TO PUMP OUT MINES.
Comstork Mlninjr CiiRifany Tnkcs
Action LooklOK to a Ivescmii
tion of Operatlnns.
The Comstock Mir.ir.fj company hub
taken action regarding1 the project cf
pumping- out the mints and resuming
5(H'rations. A cor.ir.tittee representing
M compnuie's is tu.vv eeittipili;; pre
liminary data. The f ::perintcn;cnts of
all have been ordert.l to report to the
-oreiiiittee by Septcmoer 14, the c)r.di
.icm of the mines below the Sutro tun
Del level when these levels were a-hui.-'onej
1 years ago. The secretaries of
the elitferent companies have been li
reeieel to compile all the simil.tr infor-,
inatioa in the pest reports of superin
tendents now on file. This getting to
gether all that is really known about
the flroeed depths will form a starling
!nt and clear the way for further ae-
There Are Hlnea end Mines.
There are mlr.es and mines. Succes
sive headlines in a Philadelphia paper
the other day read: "Santiago mines
to resume," "Delaware river mine
to be removed."
LiKiiS THE CUBANS.
Gen. 0. 0. Howard Tells of Impres
s'cas of a Recent Visit
lias J art Returned from Santiago
Says He Is Quite Favorably Dis
poned Towards the Natives
of the Island.
Gen. O. O. Howard. United Slates
srmy (retired), was i-.mong those who
arr'ued on the Sog;rar.c;'.. lie said:
"1 went to Cui'a in the interest of
h;:::':'.rity and Christianity, as well as
for a ps-rsonal desire to study the
"From my visit to Santiago a::d my
ni:-er ations. I must say that 1 am
fjirte favorably disposed tovr.rd the
Ciiiians. There is a strong prejudic?
'ica;"..-t them amorg the men in the
.-..":;.;. at Santiago, and I think that
hi prejudice was produced by the
fact that our men had to go through
::!.i::y hardships in their campaign,
bad placed the blame of the uar on
the Cubans. The Cubans must be good
fighters, as they have 400 wounded
men in their own hospital, as will a
many hi the other hospitals.
"I am confident that the so-.-::l!r
differences between the American
army and the Cubans have been great
ly exaggerated. Of course. Gen. Gar
cia was somewhat piqued at not bei;!::
invited to enter the city of Sartlagi
i.t the time of the surrender. There i.
als.i a similar feeling in the navy hf
c;ti;se Admiral Sampson was not in
vited to be present.
"l"ro::i my observation of theCubuns
I do not lin.'i that they are thieves.
::-;i a people : s they have Lees
v i :rd. I il-i think that re!.jc;ou
v: :.'.. could ! v dctie ir. Cuba to ad
rar.fasre. an:"; 1 ..ti:!d tiigg-.'st 'hat;;'!
e.:i:'c;.es and religious organi;;::;
r r!v la harmony with oi.e object ia
f0 REPORT OK PHILIPPINES.
K. Y. I.JLr:!en noKrjjiinte;! bj tv.
tnry l;:iy l Inveni'nte ierv r:.
E. VV. Ilarde:.. formerly finaael.
editor of the t i.'o Tribune, i:..
been desiii.aTed oy e; !i;.jy ,
ii::;:ire into the i.er.J :iaam ia . e. :
ditioi: obtaining it : he I'!.i;i .:.
ilaads. He will also i..k ii.t .'
c.;:;:i:Io;.s of the iai:;.!:.;' ;s'.t :;; ...
ta-ir.e.-s.. state of es'-.a::ge, ar.:e.:.:..
of gold, silver a;:d pa, ; :i.or:c,v tit
rates of ir.ter; tn-.il ill. o epj ;.::.;.
and en; !;.!';. them ia a n port to i:.
Sii :t:;:y (iage v.;; e...-;i;:g
fcr a good ma:; for tl.e ;:- .-it:o. .
Assistant Secretary Vs. rii; . ..
knew of .Mr. Harder. 's ability ia
diteetioU. siiL;jest;'d his i;;.:::e.
!l..iden is ivIi po.-teil cii lit.:.;
matters, ai. l ;-n retuiy ext't
the belli f t.'tat he will be ai ie :
a thorough and wise report,
co: it:;'1-:-::;; '-.ill L? ?!: r tr
pi'.en Ku'.vard A:kii:i.i.. v.-cr. he
it .' Evrc; v to rer.or' ::-:-,r. -
siiv; r :;;.re::d.
'.I'.: :1:t let; v. ill not be fcst '
v.!;1; :-uctir;ns. l.i:t wi'i r..-- ! '
I'i-e: . tioa. and he l a- 1,4 gl
free field, it wa .Mr. ITrr.le'. v .
gave tl.e ;-oph' of this rots::: :;. ':
r ef :l r fcf'c V. Mar;.. ':
h. e or a fr!;. :- :.ar:d ihs
r.v th- r-, .;:,:. cut:;;-". .:"or"
wlo a ii:; J'-::;otr r';:iie u le!:".;'
w la. !!! !;(: out. To" re-.ei:i- .
? - w- :::tr -l."d to I), -vey's !
A for the !:j.t:' ho --e :t V
C ill-.e': ,: '' : a-Kr-.- at.d e. r; i
ere:"!: for se:.dlng t' lirt rev .
tt'e groat victory, for !,ich th- i-eerr
try was artxiorisjy v.T.i'
MUST HAVE NEW DOCKS.
Ti-. I a n t rirovei:; i t. Pre! . u; I
nnr n.MjJmat?s Srepnri'.!.
The navy authorities must si -rllv
five t'.eir attention in the est:.:.': 1:
rient of a coaling st:.;Ion an.! i !,
van! :;i tiie ll-iwaiian hir.:;:!.--. !;.:;' I,
i;t:d preliminary estiivtites haw j;'
teaiiv been prepare:!, but the '. :..i'.;
f.f the .'st:il:li.-hnu i:t will be leftt
t.;re investigation, which will pr.i!-..:ily
be j;i;ui.- in a civil e;. ;ir.eer ! li d
from the bureau of yard and e-
The .-liicf of that bi::-:.n. CI-.'1 "n-F'.w.-r
M. T. Mr.tliee.tt. brli-x-es sr.
; . c ij'i.ile doek ia- J r.ai' cc::iiug H;. : h i,
rhould he established, and it is i ti
i: :it-d that the cost of : uch a plan' .vi!l
be over fl.Sfio.fo.l. Tiie e-,plM.M- ,
liverii::; ntater'.il eT:hane(s ihe t'rt
It is p:irj-osed to trect coalir-.T sheds
n:il apparatus tor har.ci tig iuc: :; d t: !
bui'd a dry dnck eapnl-.l:- f:f i:ee : ;:i!;- j
dating the largest ha" leshij s. The ;
rloekiT:g facilities in ti e islar.d tire of 1
the most limited" character.
Orty; 'J';. t C31;! lea t If: P lr. C."
Villi t:i.c arc gi' ii :r tr.-!:b'i . :..
ir,. ': i:.:!:1;:rv trtr.. Tli '". -.-( -lechi,
Nc. rv?v t!--
i:: the or!y re:--;;n, , iri i!.f.- ; - :
ortr.y whose 1 n?-. d.:::n c'lf - .. I -!;::'
cart by ;-,. I: j tl: '
by U srllr.r.'ty in the v.:.-- I '
rffait.st Att.-trhi. . , :; :
l.;:ss ; :..: r -:. ":.:: y i;; :;,: .- .
e.ie:;t. It ret::.::! ,r ; :., r. . t'
5f.js at Ko:;:i-:.I::!t". t;r
that 'hey weie : r': ::::! ;;o .- !; -but
was ccir.p": . a - j yr,y. a; !;: i:
ives full power to ta nil dors ;i :I
Setv In tVoroV-. r!--ts
The formation and titie of the :!:r.'jr- '
unc el'jb of Roeiippttr. N. V.. wns Mir-
gesttd by a magazine article which re- :
Iated the experience of a mar. who had i
a habit of jottingr down In his notebook j
such topics as he found himself ig- ;
norant of, the deslrodi information be
ing1 sought at the earliest opportunity. !
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N". 27 " Kidney Diseases.
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DEALKB IS FIXK BRASDS OF
Uiijes aijd Qigars.
he dnest saloon in the eitv. Seiaistten
T.'n to the jnir trade. Fresh Car- 'eer alvaya
M. E. LEMINGs
Manufacturer of and Dealer in Rough
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CYPRESS LATH AND SHIXdLES.
Mill and yard south of railroad
shops, I'ape (iirardeau. Mm.
fcaw m Justice 'Office,
Up Stairs Democrat Building
Will make a specialty of ('olU-ctini:.
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rupt business under the National new
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laths, shingles, mouhlii'-r-, wimiow vioor
easip-i. Wlnilow anl .ioi.r trainer-, all sizes
made to oT'Iit on short iH-ticn. lVliTirtl any
where int-iiie f f city limits.
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All kind cr Jolt Work 'ione i" th- ':; ledein)
and at moilerate rices
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dry and delivered to eiitoiners in
any part of the eity.
Weddlno Gakcs a Specialtij.
104 R roadway , Ca vk. (' ii.AKDKAi. Mo
"W.ien You Come
to the Cape Stop at
Best European Hotel
and Besturant In the
All kinds of iram- lUh and tl:
earliest tranie market in the eity.
Oysters in season a specialty.
The ls'st meal in the eity served to
M. A. SCOTT,
The well known baker, has o;.t-ned a
new shop at Xo Main street, and
will keep a full supi.h of genuine Kye
and Vienna bread. :io.! e ;kes of all
kinds on hand at all tiiucs.
Mrs. M. Steplian nee Haeniehen.
would be ideasi-d to havt al! iier old
enstomers al the IanidiTi bakerv
L'ive him a eail.
Thk Xkw B. .
': Main Street.
All diseases treated, best of trained
nurses in attendance. Address,
M. A. VOEBECK. M. D.
S'o. l.il'iOld Manchester Koad.
St. Loris, Mo
I51G BARGAINS AT
H. A. LEHER'S
Stoves ' Tinware.
leii test and cheapest house in South
ROOFING WD CUTTERINQ.
Broadway, CAPE GIRARDEAU, MO.