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WAR IN THE PHILIPPINES. ; THE AR BITR AMBtf T OgW &kr VICTOCOLOItaDOrtTRMEP. f6M lffi5R6E 3 Aftl.f EH
A Represent! trfM4iiw& 1
Co. .Explip? thfi fjise, , .v
iyof therRisai kt
WAR UPON AUSTRALIAN BEEF RAISEfiS.
fhe American Connonier" ifcaa to
.. 37 ' . : . '
eon p ine , American, ueei uaroai
for.Tlielr Lonei SuiUiiitil in
Crowd in c the Auatralinaa Out of
tiny Ensrlivh Market. , .
New York. Aug. 1S.--A rcpresenta- ! the adjacent country the kind of
five of the firm of Xlso, Morris & PcoPle and their disposition toward
Co.. wlie;. ask. d as to the cause of the the United States. The secretary hac
rise i -the price of beef, saiil to a ' also 1,f studyinfr the.hues of vans
World rrjxirU r: portation and learning what lie can of
War .on Australian Beef. I the geography of the country.
i.ti, ..i. i. .. : i,.
efforts of Aiiieriean packers to drive
Atistmlinn ln-ef from the Kuglish mar
kets and establish American beef in
Etead. "e want that business, and in
onier to secure it we are shipping im
mense quantities of be:T to Kngland.
"Iii.st nuvv this bi:.s;ichs abroad is
being carried on at a heavy lass, be
cause we are culling prices to kill
"The consequence 'is that the export
of American beef is very much heav
ier than ever l fore. N;rt uially. un
der these coiiifitions. there is less beef
for the home 1radi although There are
ts many cattle for the .market as ever.
No Shortage off t'utfle.
"There is no real shortage in mar
ketable cattle, all reports to the con
trary notv.ithst;tmlii:!T. The receipts
f. the yards in Kansas City, Omaha
and Chicago are as large as ever.
"The foreign demand being extra
heavy, as I have explained, the prices
to cattle dealers as well as to butch
ers, arc high. The packers arc not
reaping any fortune.
"The remedy for complaining butch
ers is simple. They nnrst rr.ise prices.
I have-he.ird not heard any complaints
from "consumers. The butchers are
complaining, and they must work- out
their salvation by getting niore money
for their beef ," '
Heavy Demanil for Meatn.
Cliicago, Aug. IS. The Kecord says:
Investigation at the stockyards in re
gard to the recent advances in the
price of beef brought out the state
ment that never lie fore in the history
of the tAincriean cattle market has
there been such a demand for all kinds
of meats as at the present time. The
demand for export cattle is enormous.
The statement is made that the prices
of all cattle will lie higher next yea
than they are how, but that in three
years, when all the thousands of feed-
ers find their way into the market, :
there is likely to be a slump in the
orice from two tt three cents,,-.
Knnnit Cattle IlerilN.
This year Kansas has 300.000 head
of catlicr which is a record breaker
for tljat state. .The. big ranches in
Montana, Wyoming s;iid North and
South. Dakota are sending in few cat- '
lie at present. Mont la-nefiUed by the
Increase in prices is the stock raiser.
At present everything costs- more
alive than formerly, making it neces
sary for the packers to advance tlnj 1
prices,' on all dressed meats. ' i
Iricen to Itetail Itiitenerfi.
The prices quoted to re-tail butchers
re nine cents a pound for best ;
tt might lieef in the whole carcass,
Hid 14',, cents a pound for loins and
ribs, when together in even sets. One '
lot of tiO barrels of the latter was sold '
Bt. lOVi cents a pound. All other ;
nu-ats have been more or less effected. ;
Prices Lave gone up in pork, mutton,
real and all dried and smoked meats.
TEfltPLE TRUSTEES' MEETING. '
Interent'nsr Itaitnen Seniiion of the'
Bmfil HavlDK Tnrice of the I
Women'. Tempt, in Chicago. i
1 -' (
Cbicnuir. Aug, IS. The board ot :
ap'e trustees yesterday closeil a luu .
flays' ssion, held at their ollicc in j rout( j. ... . main- diligent search for 'the will of
be T"r?n'- "Tempi? in-TnfirTttyr OTIS. ! her husband, btU that to' the best of
Mr.-. Susanna M.AVa)kl president j i.-irst Lieuf. Alfred W. Drew men- 1 her knowledge and belief he died in
of the- Nebraska W. . T.-Uv, was ap J Wjoued lh'.lVo've dispatch was born'-ir I testate. The value of his personal
pointed amember of tlie .boilrd." Kexas. He graduati-d from" the mili-i proi-.-i t v is estimated bv her to be
Mrs. Aimie'-W. 4,kirk -ot botumomv-
Mrs. Aimia -W. 4,ku-k4 of fcolumbus-. arv aranVniy bH!)l and was assigned-O-.
wlib Mas; been a 'hietnl! .6f . thej";, cod ii,,tenant of the Twelfth in-
IKiaril ler-several-yars. was appointed ,
vice-)resident in placeoT Mrs. W. Jen:jj
nini?!itleuorest. deceased. . , ..... ...
A Irftge ntirtllier
1 Memorial circles'
tendents of Willard
were appointed throughout the differ- I
ent staV:: """ "'"i: ' W i Well rt Uan-iaota iKV-ritrenlly "
TlilTemidAppeafAtk. oflSIai;.. i.e... -,m wrtn Vello FeVer.
Pan of the temple-trustH-s; wn-J irw
a mouuny msteau 01 semi-montniy pa- ;
wmw ii Af a.rfjiirt1.4 hi t la ixMrtnM ktt m
. .. - .' - -
"r"' ..Y'rv ,7U -i" -. . IT'r.vfV.ussell 1'-. llarriso!, nwonctox genenU,
""r.iwwi"i y?v "v,virv'li tn crit.ca Iv U with yeUoiy. lever, tue . t mcago .A.uff. -'-. i.ieui. 1,. ,. , - v-i-r..v .- 1
cipabfeljeotS..for which it was otartedr j j pl:ogTese(1 for thr,4 days ' Wells, 'of the a-ul reci-ifrting statfon, .'-lch damage don6 o property. Uitt
that is.' readrrrg flfeMrue strns' bt "although not pronounced yellow fever has receiv.-il'orilers-froVn fl.b riavy-d-"' 5,''l-fishe7n.en tofs i
temple.Bfairs. . j unt, vt.ster(laPv !lf,ernoon. i partment to transfer 1 otT.c t. fit -J? 1:.-r'l
A most satisfactory- conference was (
5iJi Mr r n RnWr of Svi-i- '
field wiwi Mr. t,. y.. jAOgers, 01 ,yc.i- ;
Tii . -lr y Tr iTen-ev of I'tic-i l
more, 111., -ur. . ii.,ii.t.rcjj, 01. tuca,
O. end Mis. MBttieMarble,,crf St..po.
.epti. to., a ttce rcprntlu. ,
xne icmpie irusi .pona, , noiaers..., iw
li-iiDlnnc -imn-ratH i i t matM.a enuji nair
. ""-(- - r-v-,
merit to' the bond holders'- Jantrary 1, s
- - - , .
V cHmiaea 11 sa Left Havana.
w.ll. meet him at or o!T Santiago, but
.1-niirtMtMUlMlhi.-frK'A tti-rf-rtl,,iil At,l
-vu-u 1 l ii iiv. w.
- .., ,;;,ion,. f it,- i? i . . , . . .1. ' Drqugn, pfcsu.cni. 01 ine inuiana nmw. fuiuyijinap, oj.ine .swue, auuErHo-n--'"- mi.iitouj'"'s. -w "if
. stf iSnl S Si - POmte 10 fir ! VrU&ct :j...;;ounee's 'that; works ' I Leturn,, fro Washington aJTar,! vbry.-iaform-the eor4
her,.for,Ialatifho. ThefeTie .-.11 take CabW' ship' Hooker. which'-iwcenUy; esUtft of M;)n. fbhA'.O'must'-:,, n to arbitr,te in the "S J h'eKe;ekJBJ ftujiabls. IpHrtioa . for 1 1
. stcw,mS.to4Mit i4 watWte the mth.f , 1netple'ffcr-want-or fry: thTjaTltJcjSo .e in the worlcL j T
t . vf4KMii k.i'i W tna rw ' VS.-.lrM'o.., ";! ' i vU's. rn.i.tLM. a linTS-iheoiiirvered .lfe thtjTliner cno,"-loscJ tb 4h earth t8rmWllns- lrencfe. '
arnff-ri.A.l?ntP iW-iiiWcp., W.,rii.nnM .of caielessness on, the nart-ol Jones,. a yell-I.'ipyn tTiiffthlWr de-y-J, ... iU.r:.i o.. , -. . I
tarj- Root's Mas of the.Tfcea,tf
r A,ctioa,,Mar Lead to Important .
CbanKcaa I'lan ot Catnpa.in;n. V1.
gion, Aug-.. 21. The maps of
the Philippines and especially of that i
liportiori of the island or Luzon norm
and 8ouTH of "Marina, wnffcb. nas 'two. 'g'numiu nan wu !.- "
preparefl Tor the use of Secretary 1 the British agent at Pretoria, says
Root,: may-assume a more important ( that Sir Alfred Miller hps telegraphed
part in the coming campaign than haa j.u. message to that effect. All the of
heen given it heretofore. Secretary .ficjabs of. the colonial office would say
Boot has not only . ascertained where fin regard, to the matter was: "The
the United States" troops are located, reply not a. complete acceptance of
and has them nicely marked off 6ii ! the- proposal of Mr. Chumberiaia, sec
, i,. I,, w niin' taken irife ' W-ary of . the colonics."
' consideration such information as can
be obtained relative to the population
It is believed that more than
army can operate to advantage in th
I'hilippines and the suggestion hal
been made by some army oflicers that
an army should start from different
points and operate in such a manner
as to distract and destroy the ,1'ilipino
forces. At present the United Slate
forces do not occupy the lines of rail
way half way to I.ingayen, on thu
gulf of the same name.
It has been suggested that if - on ,
force were to start from f.ingayen and ;
.move south at the same time that an
other were moving north, jut-re would
be a great probability of soon securing
the entire railway for the use of this
, arniy and the insurgents -would he
1 separated into divisions east and west
by the railroad, as they are now divid
ed into northern and southern bands.
l;twcen Angeles and I.ingayen is
Tarlne. a town of eonsiderablc":ize and
situated in a province where the na
tives are said not to be unfriendly t
the United States. If this province
cotdd be occupied it might be of great
-advantage to the aovernnient. -
While these are merely suggestions
it may le that when the army m tha
Philippines consists of GO.OW) men in
stead of about 20.0(H) or 25,000 it will .
be possible to have four ormore armies
operating instead of two as during th
last campaign. j
The locations of troops, r.s marked
by pins on the map prepared for Sec-
retary Uoot, show the place, occu-
pied as follows:
North of Manila, under Get'. MacAr
thur a point aliove Angeles, (Gen
Wheaton), Angeles,-Porac. t alcul, St.
l;ita, San Fernandino. (MacArthur),
l'-ates, Candiba, San Luis. Calumpit,
Malolos. Qninga, ISaluig, I!u:-tos, tiuin
gninto and ISigaa.
South of Manila, Iinus (Lawton's
lieailiiiarters). Mingling Iiijki. Cavite.
I'.acoor, Talaba, Tantnaquc, Tagiiig
Pasig. Maritiiina and points ndjacen'l
around the aqueduct, and pumping sta- :
tion. Taytay. Antipolo, Moreng and
Calamba. the farthest pui-it south au5
which has no communication, bv land
DISPATCHES FROM GEN. OTIS.
Two Successful Kv uiieeiiientn wltY
the lanareiitN Onr Z-featenant
Kille-I. tine Wonnilrd.
Washingtcn. Aug. 2i. The follow
ing dispatch s announcing : engage
ments with the Philippine insurgents
wire received at the war-department
Manila, Aug. 20, 1S99.
Lieut.-Col. Sixth infantry. Hi men,
attacked and routed 100 of the enemy
entrenched at Tibuan, Negros moun
tains, having three nun slightly
wounded. Enemy Itft in entrench
ments 19 dead, six rifles, all reserved
ammunition. Supposed to be armed
Tagalos who a few days since crossed
to Panav in small beats.
Manila. Aug. 19.
First Lieut. Alfred AT. Drew. Twelfth
infanlrv, instantly killed anil First
I.ieift. Willie Uliue. same ren"incnt. sc-
V(.n.ly wollIldl.d yestcrilay in an attack ;
on insurgents .in the vicinity, of -An-,
,.)es bvwii comiianies of the Twelfth
infjmtrv. Xo other casualtii;. Fucmv
anr canRiT iir-l'iOI'ilnd Trastisst!ned
fj.ntry. .During 4he war with pain ba :,.
jiajor of the Third Texan i
i ' . I
AU ARANTINE B ULES RELAXED,
- ? ' j . . . - : .t
a 'lenf t IniioeefoV-Ge'neral' ftna- 1
! I.-, ,. ; -
Sj-ntj,,,,,.,, OuUu . Aug. n2a.--Mai.-j-..
....... . '.
of jat fne-,,raBtme nri. ,Jiave '
. . , r f Z
v,een relaxed, owing to the fact that
. , '
j,.re lu-ve been no new cases in tho
, thc cf coming to '
Santiago daily, returning' '16
- i it. . - "- , , - r ; -. - - -
ouarters ax nignr.
' . .r . ...... '
My.-Marnson nas neen isoiaieo, oui ,
not 'brought to tha-iever hospital.
1- : ', .
The Result of CrelenfiiM"j
Manila. Aug. .20. The board
in-truments and other nronet;.have -
. . . . - tt. ,
heen reraovea irom xne xnciKefiiuiitT.
the cable Is How being removed. '
The OnljrMeans of Settling the Pil
frpeucefi Bt'tnpm England and
the Trnnnvnnl Hrpublic.
'London, Aug. 22. The colonial ' of-
nee; -m-connrnnng mo oir.patcn iron
I' "There is no doubt that President.
! Kruger has refused to submit to the
j demand .of .Mr. Chauiberlain. for the.
appiuntinent of a board of inquiry. lie
may have done so diplomatically or
hedgingly. l'.nt that his answer is re
: giirili-d by tht" Ilritish government as
; tr.T-taniount to' positive refusal is now
' established. The colonial office is
normally non-eommital, but '.here aru
other, evidences which amply.-justify
the statement.. The report that Trcs
iJint Kruger h:s proposed new terms
is somewhat verifi.tl by t!i.' guarded
comment of the colonial ni!;ce of this,
: nd the irritability displayed there.
i ' There is not the slightest doubt that
: !;cy now believe war is the only way
- to settle the controversv.
FOR CUBAN CENSUS.
tirc-rlor nnil AMis!Kiit Director A ji
; pointed To lie Completed W i t !l -In
Ahottt Three wfnntli!.
Washington. Aug. 22i Secretary-I;-
nt has signed tlie order for the Cu
1 .1 census. The order appoints Lieu.
( !. Joseph 1", Sa:iger director of the
e : us ::nd Victor 11. Olmstcad iissist
director. It was ar first intended
Ihat'Mr. Ohnstead should be director
nr.il Col. Sanger superintendent for
the war department. The change
places the direction of the census more
emphatically under the control of the
Tlif- iiiitm ic to ! enTiioli-tifl tv r s
- -I V .
. before November o(. I
' (Jen. Sanger will have, his office, in
'Washington and Mr, Olmstcad in Santa
Clara, Cuba. Under the iircctnr Mr.
Olmslead will have ch-irge of the col-
lection of all information; will fill
rt'caticies which may occur among the
supervisors, 'and will rppoint all
enumerators nnd suvh special agents
as may be necessary.
The men who were nominated by
Gen. ISrooke as supervisors an? ap
pointed. The supervisors are lo con
sult with the assistant director and
n-miinate enumerators. The enumera
tion will commence October l'".
Grievance; of American lincra
the Atlin Dixlrirt to he Taken
Chicago, Aug. "2. A special to the
Chronicle from Portland. Ore says:
Ciaus Si-hiietleiiu, . just returned
from, the Atlin district, Alaska. Jells
a remarkable story of the. .Canadian
police. Sclmctlein claims that hi' and
Jiis mining companions. Henry Jjog-rs,'
Peter Megerle, Carl ' lbiileih and
Thomas Maloney, were driven ont of
the Atlin country, and that they in
tended to lay their grievances lie fore
the highest federal authorities . at
Washington. Sclmctlein says:
"The persecution of us, ns well as
scores of other American miners, be
gan -mouths ago. and has grown in in
tensity, so that now an American's
life is iu constant danger ia the Atlin
country. We were forced to abandon
our claims, and were alknved 24 hours
COLONEL INGERSOLL'S ESTATE
The A iilon-, Mm. Eva A. Incrcrsoll,
QiinliticM sttt AdmlnintratrSx
' The Helm.
" Nt-w Y'oik, Aug. 22. Mrs. Eva. A. in-,
gorsoll. widow of Col. lSuljert .Iigv-r-soll,
Juts tiled a bond as ndiiilnislrau ix
nf tin- estate of her husband.
Afrs " I.,.r,.rs.,ll 'swears that she' has
- alMtit SlomOO. "At the time 'of -his
death lie held" no real property The"'
heirr. to the' estftte are- Mrs.-Ingersoll, :
(the .widow, Mrs. J-ira l,w I.J'.rovvUv.wif,
vin tr n.i vkn w-m-io"
RECRUlTlNfl FOR THE NAVY.
1' ! r- ix? j- .-.
Une Hundre Landamen, mWrtr
Li AoentieJl.,,,. to be JteeruU, .
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' riiJ-,,t T
- '! I". J.
Ixium not; later than -Wednesday. .il ,7 ' f '.VV'c.eu.
.1 1 ti -.- . ... schooners doodwin and Aurora were
this week. I he recruitwg.statjou will , . . . ,, , ,,,., . , t .-
1 1 ,, 1 c. T-B ,,''ei itT 'wrtoked. The' -Hill is aslKre.
be located at St. I.oms until the re- ,, . , , , ,
"P ' ,
'pKHtlfe .ysV l,e,ideS a-mimber t?
''shipwrights and carpenters, tratf been;
1 1 , . , -,-u 1 1 -ii 1 i-
i-coiiiiili-ti.fl. ine .laniismen .wiJI be 01-
1 . 1 r. 1 . ,i . .l , ' 1 11
vviimmj,"-".. jouiu :. w.mv,,
.1 1 M loiAU.i it.-'
ft.:.i( fv,w -"V-'L ,-.
.receiviug snip. ermont at .ew lork.
roitoit'intr ciin orninnr it 1 Artr
Cloned for Wont -of MatedAt- .- f-
arj- -t -t: .--j,--r - i . -rr-i . . . . . . .
iK-S.U-.T' fti I'&xWiHWlW-frV&tef years ffo,arj.
' . 4 ,
.-jti-mis.ii a ..ufiit
tha recsnt crypt: cereipoiip. there
Ttr-Tmra -Swept bjcac-Srrat ConIi..Vr " 9 J.l5m?
KHation PuntalUnjn -bona of .Jgrfijrovn (In,,IaM.-MeetlnxV'ffrpf
Cippple. Creek, Col., Au. 22. FireJ.,tLitt1e Rock, Ark.. Aug. 22. Over iO
yesterday utterly uestroyeo;.tne ousi-.
nesis portion of the city ol ' Victor,
causing' a loss estimated at $2,000,000."
Ikto'nlng shortly affbr iiddn, the' lira
raeeii until evening, 'coTVsumirig "every '
thing'fn its' way. Tt had' Hs' origin, it
is thought, in the Merchants cafe," ad
join trig-the Batik of- A'ictorj -on the
corner? of Third- street and" "Victor
avenue.- A strong wind .fiom th
Bouth fanned the flames and in a few
minutes all the 6Uri-ouuding houses
Help was summoned from Cripple
Creek, but the town had been built in
the early days of the camp and was of
pine' 'timber for the most part and
burned like "paper. Efforts were made
. to stop the progress of the flames by
blowing up buildings in their path by'
mi aais of dynamite, .and all afternoon
the hills roared, with the explo
sions. lit the. effort was.n vain. The
fire claimed the Hank of Victor, the
post otlice on the corner opposite,
crossed Third street and followvd th
row of blocks between the Third and
Fourth .streets to the north, taking
the (Victor Hanking Co., the Western
Union Telegraph Co.'s office and the
oflice of the Colorado Telephone Co.,
the Hotel Victor on the opposite side
of Fourth street and the three greav
shaft-houses of tbu (joUl Coin Mining.
Co. tiud ts.ore biuis, among the larg-
est iu the Cripple Creek district.
From there the flames were swept
northward ' by the half-hurricane
i which was blowing, and never stopped
until they had taken the Florence and
Cripple Creek depot and the fine new
depot of the. Midland Terminal road
at the head of Fourth street. All the
buildings hetween these are a total
loss with practically theifcontents, for
j the flames were1 so rapid ih their prog
ress that nothing could Be saved. '
Tho scenes of the great Cripple
Creek conflagration were duplicated.
Ilurrving before the roaring flames
; went men, women and children, carry- '
ing what they could snatch from 'the '
flames, racing for their lives. The
: crash of buildings torn asunder' by
dynamite and the crackle of the flames
' as they consumed the dry buildings
hastened their flight and the pall of
1 smoke added a terror to the spectacle.
i A special train was placed at the
command of this city by the Florence
& Cripple Creek railroad, and three
companies of firemen, with apparatus,
were rushed to the scene. Th-y worked
all afternoon in a vain endeavor to
stay the march of the flames.
i The resilience jiortion of the city,
siiifercd comparatively little. ,but the
bifsiness portion is paralyzed and .suf-
1 fering is bound to follow. The burned
an a may be thoroughly designated as
the space between the head of North
, si net and Victor avenue, extending
from" -the iold Coin Mine buildings
on the west to a Mint .near Second .
street and down Third street almost .
The loss now has reached $2,o0(k,000.
- The lirst house was built in Victor
in Octolicr. is'l.i.- In July of the fol
lowing year the city was incorporated
ami six years later it contained 10.000
people That is alio lit the population
SERIOUS TROUBLE FEARED.
Indinn Laborers at tVlnnlow, ArixH
Threaten to Exterminate All
the AVhitea In That Sertion.
San Francisco, Aug. 22. A special
front Winslow. Ariz., says:
Two hundred Indians in Foreman
Mink's grading gang at Navajo
Springs, Ariz., T5 miles east of here,
' are threatening to exterminate all ihe
j whites in that section. They were paid
. off on the ITith and proceeded to gam
ble and drink : heavily. A gambler
named C 'II: I-andreth, after a quarrel
with souio of them, assaulted -ouCj
shooting aud stabbing Jiijn ty-riously. :
1 The Iribe armcil themstilves, with ail
. tht; weapons, in the camp, shot the
: gambler seven times, scalped him and
: mutilated his Inwly beyond recogni
tion. . ,- . - .
' Troops from Fort Wingate h;ive beejj
orilt;r.ed to tlie scene, and serious
- '",1,le is feare'1
S-VTV TTTTi a r TTT7T70 t noT
Ai.i.;UaAM, LIVlUp. ItUpi,,'
. .... . . --7 ... . ,.
J-.ui-tlier iteiirtt4 '
from the f.reat
Indian Storm on tne . I
1)1 ., -7.77 " - " v . .i
. Xwn' X' C" Ag. 3a.-..1eport
frm- tliet opast,, or North Carolina, ,.
'lXvb,i-re, IhcWesV Indian,, hurricane
kvlii.,. I 111 T.,,i;-,n 1. .. .
- toiicne.tl last week, slipws that there
;'xW-;ivere a large 'number
r of lives lost and
, Ti . , ,. , '
Meo sound. It is believed that as manv
T . -
TO nnr-fnno Inr- 4 1, ,1 , V. Ka ,4. - t.
peisons iWl ciieir jives 1
storing - '; ' ;" '
ljy'U.Stand by Ejtfftanil-aOn-a; arrej) f
' Tiimmai. Wfi lv. A ll f-r J"in(r7-iito. 1 -
ince moved the line 30 miles.
negroes are in tne i-uiasKi couniy juu
io-night as the resiiK-of concerted
' effort on the part of the authorities to
run iTiM rl f he men"-ivho"4 'few'daVs dgo
cbnrifrittcd'v assaults"'-4if l1i(e: "f-fiite1
women in this cttyf ' ' 1 ''I'
j Kfl VWght was'-porftivMy'Wentified1
to-day by Mrs.' Kennedy "as her asstt'il
ant -and -was held: to the. grand jury f
-without baiL Every pn-caution hasiiia
'. been iaktm lo- prevent a lynching. ; ,. j .
j- - liiifje iii-ir-uirei iuci-v!l-v is '
being held to-night. --Tle-uieetiiig was.
called, by leading negroes, who are en- i
di'ayoi'iiig to help run dow n and pun- !
ish (the guilty, parties. , They are op- !
jseil to lynching, but are anxious to :
see the guilty ones legally punished,
j The wholesale arrests to-day have
aroust-d uflieli excitement among a
cerlii'in class of negroes!' dealers say
to-ihiy'lheir tales of arms and ammuni
tion have been unprecedented, the ilia
ority of sales leing hiHde trt ilegroes.
TRAIN ROBBER IDENTIFIED.
Van One of the Men IXUn Held I'd
a Train etir f'olMom atna Killed
IH-nver.-CoU-Aug.. 2;'.. A special to
thei.Vews from Santa l'e,M says:
. iti-tliiini,-.the train robber .captured,
.at (t'arltlad bv iilieiiir. Stewart, hirf
been- posit ively identified as one of tut
men who helil up a train near Folsom
on .thij Colorado & Southern railway
some weeks ago and whose gang killed
two; oiliceis in making their .escape i.i
"United Stales Marshal Foraker is on
the way with the prisoner to the peni
tentiary at Siinta Ke". ' -Special agei.l
Koii.e Mini Sheriff Farr. brothet of the t
murdered sheriff, together with J. K. '
Hunt, a Cipiarron. merchant, arc at;
Carlsbad and identified McGinnis.
MeGinnis shot "Deputy Thomson In
the shoulder with a revolver ' aiid
wounded Kaiiehman Tusk, whn-llMif- betrayed-
him. aud ids partner slightly in
the wrist, before he was, stunned by a
bullet and captured.. McGinnis is suf
fering from the wounds he received in
the Cimarron light.
A CLEVER JAIL DELIVERY.
Vour Deierate Mfa KnrniM- from
the l'olk ( onnty I la.) Jail and
Leave n 4'nrd.
Desj- loiiies, la.. Aug. A darin
anil j:le(ji- jail delivery from the Folk
county jail, set at . liberty .four prison
er! last evening. Watchman John
A'igyars hatf lei'i a trusty prisoner out
'ttf htV cell t' clean the halls.
WrVctf lit returned his man to the
cell he 'was assaulted by three' othet
prisoners- wboi had been JiK-ke'il in-a
steel, e:jge the combinatjim of which
s supposed to be known only to the
blu-ri'ii' and Two or three deputies.
I- The men Inside had somehow picked
the lock-'Stid fhrmvj'ifg the' floor open
ns Yigars'passed- threw a" blanket
over iiu bound, and gaggetl him and
locked hi in .in :tlie cell they hail left.
Thi-y.r thea -loe-ked every door iu the
cell room.-"-- When- all the cells were
loc ked they walked up from the base-'
nii-nf'.SvlH're the cells are sitna'ted nn'
der the courthouse, "into .the strci
and escaped. Four liien 'cot
They nrt-.lOhit Perry. Martin Levering. :
John -Yniiscoy anil George V. Smith, j
The -lirst three are charged with a:
highway robl-ry and Smith is wanted
ar I'-oonc for horse stealing. No traces
of them have been founrt. i
FATAL EXPLOSION!!! A MILL :
Three Killed. !:l!it Serioosly and
.Many SliKlitly lnjnrel The
Appleton. Wis.. Aug. 2:'.. A lioiler in
the sash, door and blind foctory of K.
II. Wii-kcrt & Co. exjiioded yesterday.
Kiii'iie- inree. .men. anil seriously an-
jiiriiig others'. All the other men ii.
1, , -i'i- -' , i . .- l
the building werg riiorc or less hur.t. . - j -
.'i'lii. i-v oil isiiin ej rricfl ilmi-ji the '
tire main buiulin-r and dry house, in
addition to the engine room. High teen
,. . . .. . ". .
stariM in tlte fditut nrf'Tor a titne-:
lh ret .nod to. burn' the- immrisoned .
mm nliv-e- bat it was-checked until i
everybody., was rescuid. when it cot .
V''''!..''"1 ! ..7''J'I'"-''y . de-I
mfrojed the plant The huancia! loss
is .fr.000. partly Injured ""
,JE WO BR-AKEMEN MURDERED. I
Tnn DD 1 vrufrw 1TT1-TTTTTV 1
Mninu Arjtament in l nvor nt the
":'C'VuinSntriri:t-eailnKtair',lli ; ' ;
i ; r .
I b tlf.r
'Praina of -"Train;,.'
.:- ' ' 1-J . .-'
trainpR . stealing a ride on a ( .bicugo 1
., .,- , t u. .
& et. WesLern freight trnm eft ,
, , . . . . . , . , .
mln ' J8
'S, v'fX i.nd threw "tW":
i. u 1 . . , H
bodies under The -vnfels. rhe-immler-
. . - 1
DK t t -".t 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 '111 . I T" 111 C-l nrtfiGi T
-oiice started in pursuit.
I'jekeri esUbished $ci.tt
. Kinc'strm;.' .htmatca. Auir.. ".I.TvI'rof. : I
la-mvomvirv unprrmwiviiR'-iamti. i
advantages. -j.; L.
j A tst amount of mischief is done.
fibo, Dec se people neglect to keep their
1 Hood pure. It appears in eruptions. ..
dvstitSsiA, "tndtiestionJ nervousness. T 1
t J . . . :J - " - - A- .. J
Hop-, s. j dif&partiM cures m diseases J
promoted by impure blood or lorn. state X
. J or ine system, ncmcmner
" .cii.w 1 :
nil nwaai i 4 Him I ".n il It:
.Bla Wile Kept a Boardins Uonae and
""He Tho'agibt She Didn't " '
Seed Illm. "-'
:c i-. s,4 ii'i v
He - did not look as if He ue-re, comDosea -.
j sf the stuff o: which heroes are mde...
but th-re must have hceu soin'e of the di
i, vine- aftriliiR-of courage -ia his system or i
he vnu!:l iu-t have been before the recruit-,
'ins oiiii-er peeking tn g:iiu admission into th
. .ranks of those v.ha were offering themselves .
as a sacrifice upon the altar of their beloved
Somftry.- A - '
. "What is your name?" inquired the ofS
cer in charge. - . .
, ".lohn Smith." " : . . ,
! "Your ?.?e, Mr. Smith?"
j "Kirty,turee,aiext Octolwr." . -. .
i "Where were you born?"
i "In Indiana." -' ' " '- ' -"
"l).yoa r.'hiile bene?",- ,:
- "Yes, sit; have tor the Ir.?t ten years.1
f ".'.re veumarrie'd otEins!e?" "'
I '-"Married." ,
i "Ah, is that so?"
", sir.". ... .
' "Well, you can't enlist?". ,
. "Why hot?" V ' --
"llecne voa are -married."
"Wlrst's that e.it to do with it?"
, "Can't take married men into the sefr-''
"Why not? nasn't a married man (rot
courase enocjih?- Can't be be as good a pat- - '
riot as.a bachelor?" , ...
"I si:;i;o?e so, hut we can't take married
men. They have to stay at home and sup-- '
p.irt their wives and families."
Tile applicant' face gleamed like a' sun
rise. . ,-. .
"Oh, that's all n'cht." he lanshed. easily.
"You needn't' worry on that account; my '
wife- keeps a- boarding house, and bas ever
?inre the second year we were married."
"Vashin;tori Star. ' ' 1 -
UPROARIOUS APPAREL. '
That "VTorn tty the Yodbb Man of the
; Period Wiiuiil' Mnke Solonion '
' 1-ooli Lite Thirty Cents.
i .: r '.!. - '"
Somt liopi'iu! peoriie liad an idea, last sum
mer that tiie limit nad alwut been reached
in th( loud colors ot" men's attire, in shirts,
ties,' hosiery and.ott hat, and that this
summer m.ght see a return to more placid
! and subdued hues and patterns as a sort of ' '
1 reaction. The advance styles in the wia- .
dows of the haberdashers' shops indicate
. that such hopes are vain and that linen and
' things will this year be even more startling
: than last season, if that be possible. Some
' ot the shirts on display in the windows seem
. to actually shriek through the r!ass at. the
' observer, and the width of the ttripes is of
the pciit.ral style and pattern so long popu
lar at Jo'iet penitentiary- These conversa
tional shirts have gradually grown, .worse ,
and worse each year until now the pessimists
do not see hnw anything worse can hrfppen -than
toe things which, are now on sale. ,. , t
The red hat atlccted by the college boy
last year and in side partuer, the blue crush
hat. have a rival thisyenr in a pale white hat, .
W ii'i the under side of the bhm and also the
b.nnl o: tin blue, making a striking con- "
trasf io; i-n'.nt, which sfems to be wbat is -
inut-t particularly desired. . i. !
All the tl.isliy patterns in hosiery, the
phids. tiie n:ls and yellows' and greens in"'-'1
.i-onibinatioii, are onee.more to the fore, and ,
whi n the ymuig man" of the period gets hi'm
Bc!i 'up' iti 'all the colored trimminzs-he can
buy; with- red .and blue barred shirt and
ruils, a white collar, a red hat and plaid
hose showing allove his low ties, he will-' -make
SoUnniHi in all his glory look like M ...
eeats.rT-Cllijcjjf) Chronicle. . .
CHRONIC WEATHER KICKERS
Tae XoBchToaiu Pbllosapher Clvea
Ilia View on, Mankind In,
"D'je ever notice,'' said ' the' lunchroom' ' '
philojopher; "what a-never-contented lot o' "
pinheads we arc? Now, it seems no time
at att since 1 was a-r.;riii' around and kit-kin'
like byizts bcuUc-e tiit: tleav.es and crocuses (
didn't appear ou schedule tiaie. i beiieve 1
biamed my' wile:for -it-.- I was sodead sick
and tired uf ciiiily blasts and iuy olive green
toli-eoat tiiat 1 sort o' held her personally
responsible for tht-' haekwarnness- of the '
lilacs and daisies -and , pr.s,ies., . I told bet ,
that 1 wanted red hot, sizzling weather, and
lots, of ii utiat fur all I cart-d a diug the sua
could go on sizzling furtver. Now I lind
that i'm siilt of tniJ-Ainimer: '"T find'myself
loniug. to hear tbe Jeaves swicluig in the. ,.-'flit-.-hes
and to have the tire lighted in the
liitrolie. I find that I watt to take brisk' 1
wa:ksin the sl.rp, chtfly air. -1 tin J that
1 m f'r buekwUcat cakes and sau-
&tre. 1m tired o beer. I m weary of car
ridrng out in the country. Dum it all-I ::.
u-nnt sti-iu- tl-on f-nl hiriU 1.';. C
"-'l antthetheattrsand the hoi Scotcbesf .
ft 1 J1.'?njL ,-QW??d aBd.?f bmvy..J
1 11 -becjiiewiug thajrai;, m the,saui p d way.--.
um. iuuus im -soiiie j.ci(i),iaj country.
where I can get warmed bp attcf tie faifrttcT ,
JS oa.mv zepliyrs, and all that kind" o Wtat.
itU- r tn.,,, & rt:
as kids crt-sSek trf Jthetr fainted-iCoah't
or tin soldier. -Uasgton.t. - ,,.
Kl Lll "SZTWL
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Is Tour breath D4dP Then vour
best frfetids tufti their heads -askte.
A 'bad - breifl. means bad -liven
AytJs Pills hi liver fflls.' They corn
constipation, biliousness, dysfpepsia,
sfc, headache. 25c. . All drusts.
Vint Teterinontrif or- rtlit
dtdtp or.rwn DiaacT xncn
inwiimii arritn -r,n
v c-.. p. p-uqn-.T,. 0. m. V. hilii Co. Nurul
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