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ttxt ARauq. oatuhday july it, icdt.
CANT HELP TELLING.
Wo village so small. v
No city so large. .
From the Atlnntlo to the Facifie,
names known for all that is truthful,
all that is reliable, are attached to the
luoet thankful letters.
. They corae to R'ydis JJ. PinVham, gad
tell the one story of physical salvation
rained through tits aid of her Vegeta
The horrors born of displacement
or ulceration ot the womb:
Backache, beariag-down, dizziness,
fear of coming calamity, distrust of
AH, a'l sorrows and sufferings of
the past The famed "Vegetable
Compound bearing the illustrious
name, Piakham, has hreoght them ett
of the valley of suffering to that of
happiness and usefulness.
Ow rear oam Boms sue Ban it inter,
Insurance and Loans.
Room 4, Mitchell A Lyndo b'njf.
Telephone 1003. -
ugono J. -Burns
Real Estate k
Buy, Ssll ao4 M&na-n
procerty. ColJcct Rears,
The old fire and time
tried company repr en
sealed. Rates as low
as any reliable company
Voir rstronnKt It 3ol!o!ted. .
I Cm UJ3, Sdou At.
Harper House Block.
V.LT C'RPAB BALM IsasssUliii
Apply Into the Bortrlls, ItuqateUysbsorbed. St
emu " irnicywta or by mail ; asapies 10c by nail.
i.T BKOTIUUS, M Wame St., Mew Xork City.
and take no other. 8kkd fob ctkcvla.
IHPes 11.00 per box, 6 hoses for 15.00.
DR. (im CMCmtUL tt, CHwwm, Wt
' 1 T. B. Ttrnaa. drtrrrt.
Fj mus by A. J. KaUa, ArasfM, Back lalaad
a Cti.i i
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Wr la Ki'!l UAiftJln4 Writ, i alii
KtSklllT CO- SOT Suali
N kltata, I1U ImT arnoCa al mm CuU4
K-i. inMii. r4iHiv4 at ia
f"w The only safe, sure and
) wl 'bl Female Pill ever
I J offered to Ladies. Eape-
.1 ff2 I cially reeommended to
a W married Ladies. Ask foe-
. i .f hiui ia W,. ti.-lb
""''a w acMaatstt. m iaaaiK, t M, b.,
a 'il-n iar.r.ttJu ar ar rrftiMl Ih. aiN... as.
in a Daadlock. .
EAOH cTAJDS pi IT8 80EEPULE.
WejpM CuaaxraaaUa, kt Hat A
art the BetaMdej, Walla KaMn
Wl Bat Ita Oaaa r Ratalaf-Pw-ri7
1 qet-a Big Pales Hse Aieas
to Um Baa at $30O VlUmasaat for Ar.
aser Plata for BaStleaMas.
Washington, Jul? 17. Last nlsnt the
eonferreee on the tariff bin were . no
aearer an acreSnent on the suajar sched
ule, which continues to be the main bone
of contention than they were when they
began. Each side ia standing out as
firmly aa ever for ita own rsTtes. The
housa eonferreee are convinced that they
can win, supported aa they are almost
by the ananlmous sentiment of their
party In the house, antt some of them
talk with renlcnation of remaining here
all summer rather than yield to the sen
ate on this point. There were rumors
during the day that the senate cenfer-
rees were about to surrender on sugar,
but they proved to be utterly without
foundatien. Believing that if the senate
Itaelf were permitted to vote on the Ques
tion It would secede from its rates on su
sax, there' was also talk during the day
forcing an expression on the subject
from the senate in some way for its ef
fect on the cenferrees; but this, also, on
Investigation, proved to be little more
than Idle gossip.
Senate Confcrrees Alao Detertnlaed.
So far as ean be ascertained the sen
ate eenferrees are as determined as those
ef the house not to surrender. There Is
little doubt, however, that they would
aecept a comnromlse if the ether side
would agree to It The difficulty is that
the house eenferrees refuse to entertain
any proposition for compromise. Thus
far their ultimatum has been "The
house schedule or nothing." While the
sugar schedule blocks the way to an
agreement thV eonferreee have not been
Idle. Much progress has been made with
the minor features and agreements have
been reasbed in many of the important
It Smgar Were Oaly Oat ef the Way.
An Influential member of the hanae
who is kept well adylsld of the situation
laid last night that if the sugar sched
ule were out of the way a complete
agreement, could be reached la four
nours. ui ccune mere is always tne
possibility that the conferrees may get
together at any time, but there is ap
parently no prospect of breaking the
deadlock. If the present situation con
tinues until Tuesday or Wednesday nee
the current opinion among the members
of the house.is that a disagreement will
be reported for the purpose of giving the
house an opportunity to instruct Its con
ferrees on the main obstacle to an agree
Meaator Haasbroagh to starry A gal a.
The Evening'' Star yesterday an
nounced that Senator Hansbreugh, of
North Dakota, ajid lllss Chapman, of
this city, would be married in New
fork elty on Auk. 20. The senator is a
widower, his wife bavins- died . two
years or mere ago. Miss Chapman and
he bceatne acquainted about six weeks
atco. The senator yesterday aHsrnoon
when his attention was called to the
publication did tjot care to he Inter
viewed on the subjeet.
PawSarly, fee Immtannt Coanailaaiaaar.
It Is understood amor? senators in
terested that the president has. deter
mined upon the appointment of Ter
rence V. Powderly, formerly grand
master weckmen of the Knights of La
bor, to be commissioner of tmmiKTaioB
to succeed Stump, and the nomination
probably, will be ' eent to the senate
within the next few days.
WBAT WAS DONE IN CONOBKSS.
Bonae Agraaa ta gaoe Per Toa for Armor
Washington, July 17. The open ses
sion of. ttre senate was brief and un
eventful. The Harris resolution relating
to the Union Pacific 'railroad wan fur
ther discussed. At 1:S0 the senate went
into executive sessien, remaining behind
closed doors' until 6 o' alock and then ad
journed tor the day.'
The house aeraea to the partial con
ference report on. the general deficiency
bill and' then concurred In the senate
smendment fixing the limit of cost ot
armor plate for the three baUleahips
now building at $$X 'per ton. This was
the main .item still in dispute between
the two houeea A strong effort was
made te Induce the house to asree on a
substitute proporatlon fixing the llmft at
1190, 'as reeommendM by the secretary
of the navy, but after hours . of
the house by a vote of let to 41 con
curred Ym the senate amendment. On
motion of, Brederlok of trnnsas the sen
ate resolution dlreeting the secretary of
war to Issue 1,000 tents for ths use ef the
Grand Array encampment at Leaven
worth, Ran., .next October was adopted.
wnen tne armor piate matrer was
reached durltur the consideration ef the
deficiency biH Cannon moved that the
house Insist on rth" disagreement and
W. A. Stone Rep.) of Pennsylvania
moved to concur with an amendment
In the nature of n substitute proposi
tion by the terms of which the cost
of she armor plate for the three battle
ships was Increased from $3,407,600 to
12.210.000 and the limit ef cost of the
armor from 1390 to gteo. Boutelle, thd
rhatrman of the committee en naval
affairs of the last house, took the floor
ta 'support of Stone's motion. He
pointed out the refusal of the armor
plate companies to bid under the pro
vision of the last naval appropriation
bill limiting the eost to $300 per ton. the
proposition of .the Illinois Steel company
to furnish all the armor for twenty
years at Kto per ton and the recom
mendation of the secretary ot the navy
for an authorisation for new bids with
a limit of eost of 1400 per ton.
"Didn't one of these companies fur
nish the Russian government with ar
mor at $3.41 per ton?" ashed Barlew of
"That is a chestnut," replied Boutelle.
"But I'll roast it again for the gentle
man s benefit.
"Well the people wonld like to have
It roasted." remarked Barlow:
Boutelle denounced the proposition te
have the government enter upon the
manufacture of armor plate on its ewn
account and expressed the opinion that
to manufacture armor plate would cost
the government from te per cent, to 7t
per cent more than private corpora
tions. Boutelle arrued thai the
paid by foreign governments for armor
furnished conclusive evidence that It
could not be manufactured for $300.
Kmc (Dm) of Utah, in opnostna:
Stone's motion declared that It would
he a tiatfi'ai' for tHa mivmntuMwit an
deal longer-with the Carnegie company
which Investigation proved had 'foisted
upon 'the government fraudulent and
lnjproper , work. "Rascals" and
scoundrels' were the terms he used in
characterizing this company.
Dalzell supported the amendment.
The Question at the base of this dis
cussion, he contended, was whether or
not congress desired to authorise the
completion of the three battleships now
on the stoctas. If It did. the secretary
ef the navy must be empowered to pay
enougn vo secure armor. It had been
demonetrated that no blda eonld ho nh
teJned at the price authorized by the
"Is not the late secretary of the nary
Herbert now the private attorney of
the Carnegie Steel company?" ask 3d
I do not know." replied DalzeTL "but
I should hesitate to entertain such a'
suggestion about one who la not here
to speak for himself.'
Simpson (Pod.) of Kansas Insisted
that there was a pool of all the armor
plate manufactnring companies of the
worm and charged that a coneoirarw
was in progress to coerce conKress into"
surrendering to organised greed, as rep
resentee; ny tnose oonqnanles. The twp
war searces now running in the news
papers be said, made up part of this
The debate was concluded by Can
non who expressed the opinion that
me senate would never agree to any
proposition fixing the limit of cost at
more than 1300.
WE GET THE DIAMOND 'SCULLS.
Tea Eyck Captnraa Thena from She Best
Britiah Amatear Bower.
London. July 17. Edward H. Ten
Eyck. of Worcester. Mas si, 20 years old.
yesterday defeated the best amateur
oarsman of Great Britain and won the
diamond sculls , the most highly ooveted
trophy fn the gift of the sport. In the
morning Ten Eyck defeated B. H. How
ell In the semi-final ; In the afternoon he
Deat n. t. ts!acKfafle in the final heat.
In the seoond of the semi-final heats In
the morning Blackstaffe defeated Ir'.
W. S. McDowell, of Chicago, after a des
perate race in which the record was
Ten Eyck is the first American who
has won the daamoaAs. WJen Black
staff e finished Ten Evrk natil n ta
him and shook hint by the hand. . While,
there waseerse applause tife v4ctpry.ws.
on me wnoie nigaiy unpopular, because
there ta dottbbin the minds of the popu
lace as to Ten Ky ok-being a genu tne am
In the final race for the Stand Oaal-
hms-e eu New College (Oxford beat
the Leander e,lub by two feet was'
tne event or the race to the BstaTtmen.
At the finish 4h two beatsvwera eo eteae.'
w uw reawrc' was not Known ay. caa
spectators until the Judges aneururiejd'
it. Leander was . thsee-quarter of a
length ahead at the Isthmiaa Lawn.
Than the New College crew begaa a"'
struggle such as has been ertflorn pa;
alleied at Henley. ' Inch by inch tneV 61-.
minished the distanos between them and
the rival boat, than passed M, then fell'
behind again, Leander contenting hotly,,'
new leading and now following until tae-
llae was oroeaed .in vtcord-bresiunc
AflfJKtVIATBO TELEGRAMS. '
Eerr Andree began bis baileon voV-
ae m seatch ef the north pole last
Sunday, starting (com -Spitsbergen.
Dr. Eugene Kean was struck and In
stantly killed by Chicago and North
western tram at the Grove street cross
ing in Evaaston, Ills. Dr. -Kean was a
chiropodist, 72 y.eacs old.
W. A. Kuechenberg, of Juneau, Wkb.
has commenced an action against the
Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul Rail
road company to recover $10,000 dam
ages for Injuries alleged to have been
caused by reason-of his having his leg
broken while alighting from a -freight
Two'dynamlte bombs were exploded
at Guadalajara, capital of -the province
or that name in New Castle. Spain.
Several persons were killed and others
Twenty-five men working In the ar
mor plate plant of -the Bethlehem steel
works have been lald onT. This action Is
said to be due to the action of the
United States senate fixing the price ct
armor plate at $300.
The Mason & Mason company, man.
ufacturers of bicycles at Chicago, has
made an assignment. The liabilities
are placed at $90,000 and the assets at
$7M00. - (
Professor. J. N. IfcCunn. of Green
Bay, Wis., has been, offered the United
States commercial aa-aacv at Dunferm.
fine, Scotland. Professor MeCunn de
clined te talk,' but expects to visit
Washiacton next week.'
Dr. C. E. eadawaUader, head ef one
ef. PJriladeHhia'a oldestaaad moat ax.
elusive families, has nutxxied his former
unarges are . maoe mat mere is a
shortage in file accounts el .the south
ern Illinois penltentiacy at Chester u"n
der the late administration.'
Anton Olson, a miner, was killed by
a premature blast at tke Winthrop
mine near isnpemlng. Mich.
The. Eagle Distilling company, ef
Louisville; offers to erect a plant having
a capacity, or 180,000 bushels if Far
ragut. ia., will iv the land and L,jOI
BoscobeL Wteyhas advertised for bids)
for a loan -of $10400 to be used toward a
new school house to cost $15,000.
Mining work has been resumed at
the Fulton mine, Keweenaw county.
Mieh., under Captain John Polglase aft
er years ol idleness
"What in the world ia that contrap
tiqp yon pave on each of your pockets,
"Oh, that's a little invengen of, my
wire. I ean put msnsy it ny -pickets,
bat I can't get it out aaln.''Tsrml'
paaae asaaekeaKaa- CstarrhOare sad
L-JUlJ f UU'U Catarrh
linn dlaoaae. Boayen'a Bem
ediaa, ssaaorote car for each
aiaaaaa. Par aaa at ail
gists. BoaUr So. Whaa laBloaH, I write ta
Striking MinarsrnJc 'a Rid Ra.
gardlass of Fara.
WILL E3Htl 80JCB -V0BXXES OUT.
All Klst Beady So Ae a tbo Boralmg
auaattoa at Pyttebaia West Tbsdala
Xlaora Big sat Oat Beat Week Do
Armltt umd tk labor Commissioners at
St .Loais, July 17. A. special to Tne
feepublio from Pans, Illaahya: The
miners here were notffled- Thursday
night that the miner at Moweaqna,
fourteen miles north, had been offeredf a
large Increase In wages, a committee
was sent there yesterday to confer
with them in an endeavor to get them
out, but the committee met with no
success whatever. Aa a result last
night at 7:30 o'clock'aome S00 men hem
boarded an Illinois Central freight train,
refusing to be pat off, and went to
Moweaqun, where they camped last
night to meet the miners In the morn
ing. -The trainmen were powerless
against the large numbers, and sub
mitted to the men's demand for firee
passage. Word .was received here last
night that the men at Hlllsboro would
eadeavor to go to work In the morning
against the request and demands of 2S0
miners from Litchfield and Gillespie,
and that the sheriff was swearing in
deputies to protect the men who wished
Ia the West Virginia Plaid.
PIttsbnrg. July 17. It was learned
last night that the programme of .the
miners' officials is to brliur ont att the
men possible in the West Virginia field
and then brine an the ormlnn a
Pittsburg. It is expected that the terms
will be made here, as the district ia
looked noon aa the most intereiainir
point after West Virginia has been dla.
posed of. The miners' hopes are high.
ana uwy are confident that there will
be a good story to. tell from West Vir
ginia Monday morning. The lukewarm-
ness of National President Jlatcbford,
and the belittling attitude of District
President -Dolah, has put somewhat of a
camper on tae true uniformity plan,
but President Qohan says that not
withstanding Ms private opinion con
eernlrur De Armltt, he has been and
will' eotsnue doing ' everything in his
power tp farther the coneiunmation of
Utm and Da Armltt at Work.
General Little aneTDe Arnfltt left last
evening at 8 o'clock, for Philadelphia to
Consult With OlfieiOja tit tila Waainns-
tad, "Penn, Keystone and other coal
companies along the line of the Penn-
sylvala raSroad with the end In view ef
seenrnnx tneir 00-opera.tiom in the -uni-fomrtty
plan. All of the arbitration
beard eneept K .Frank Schmidt, of In-
isa. are new out ef the etty. Edward
Ridgely and exoraee Calef are In Chi
cago, and L. P. McCdrmack at Indian
apolis, far the purpose of Interesting op
erators nf these states la the proposl
tion for a sestlament of the strike. They
expect co nave a general meeting of. the
eperatoniiof the five; states In Hftsburg
next Monday or Tuesday, when the
cenunlsohyV believe an aimcsMe set
tlement' will be reached.
CvNBKMB XW BB B0CWTXB BTATB.
Mmacs PraonroaBhf BnalovBfeavaCtoav oat
All of JEfjeaa Stkaias, '
Indianapolis. July 17-. A- staff eonre
apacident of The Suitlnsl has been- Sn-
veetigatisjaT eonditioajs en the Tv1lffn-s
coal fields this eveek and reports a de
plorable condition, the miners already
practically facing starvation. Thabloek
coal miners of Clay county, 2,B00 in
numbbr, are all out, and a oommlssarlat
has been opened at Brazil to feed them.
At Fontanet, Ind.. in the bituminous
field, the worst condition exists. These
miners have had practically no work
for a long time, and now they are snb
elajtiag en .one meal a day. In the ottier
minim? districts the conditions are about
Eight thousand Indiana miners are on
atsike, about 90 per cent, of the total
number. The mines in the vicinity of
Evansville are the only ones that are
being wosked and the operators there
are Jubilant. Information comes from
Parke coanty that the men are begin
ning to grow restless in that vlsiatty.
At Fontanet the miners, , white theg
were at work, were.forced to aecept 47
cents, 4 cents belaw the rcogadsdoale
ef the state. ' Gwcrstr Mount spent a
good deal of the' time yesterday en
deavoring to complete the otrvriaatiea
ef a committee of 'ei'sens 1o gb tehe
nfininc district and inouhn into'ftas
condtUon of the .-steiktag man, TBe
strikers have ladssated that- thay are
anxious to -have the lno.uhry. take plaec
They say it ia bound tU show to the
p.ubUe that they are In need of help.
State Mine Inspector Fisher Is making
some Investigation of the number of
daps that the miners In the block coal
district of Indiana have worked the past
six months. In that time there ase 150
working days. In one mine where ma
chines are employed, the miners aver
aged $2 days work out of the 150; In an-1
ottier 85 out of the 150. In one pick
mine the average was but 42 days for
each miner, and In smother but $9. For
the en tire block cdnl district, including
Clay. Owen and part of Parke counties.
Fisher says the miners have not had
on an' average of ova 40 days work la
the past six months.
abb coxaro oct ansa.
Kalrmont W. Va., Jury IT. The events
of Thursday night and yesterday show
plainly that It is the intention ef the
miners of this region to come out, and
the time of the action Is sup posed to be
today, when Debet Sovoreign, Ratab
ford and Qqnpm? are holed here far
an addsesav It Is the ejMn that ft the
oen eesube.gut.eot fb the may mg ahey
wui not go baok to week
Th general fjapxi mtii n ssims to be that
the men udU(axlehd this meeflng. npt
wtthstondinx ttwj0a is pay das-, and
wiO fall to show np Monday. It Is an
nounced positively that "the 0Dbnea
miners will eome out, and from a meet.
Ing held at alpirojngah Thnridar night
dnd addrssed by one er two agitators it
la almost sure they will follow salt. The
meeting here today is being looked for
ward to with the greatest U tercet by
pected to be the turning point. ' '
Clarksburg. W. Va- July I U. B
mines are all working here, and .out
trardiy everything ls'.runnmg ajiasdchry.
nut there Is an undercurrent of troeaat
jsess amorg the operators .and dissatisw
fictlon among the miners, and there Is
no doubt tbat today will setUe whether
a strikewijl be declared or, not. Delega
tions or miners win attend the meeting
at Monnngah. where Batchford and
Debs will apeak, and there Is a-' strong
probability that a general strike for this
regjon will be declared. New men con-
unue 10 arrive nere, ana au are gvrea
work, and operators are leading an the
ears the roads furnish. Cbal as
Shipped to Cleyelajid; tnd- Chicago.
ultaa Agrees with lhePssjelsi
Constantmonle. Julv 17. Tnrllk
Pasha, (he foreign minister, informed
the ambassadors yesterday that the
sultan had agreed on the principle of
tne demands of the powers and was
prepared to aecept their views on the
peace condition, it remains to be seen
at today's conference between Tertik
raana nuo me aniDusaaeors wnai tne
acceptance amounts to.
Chlwge Grain and Piodaos.
Folldwinsr treve the ouotatlens. on the
Board or Trade today: WheatJuly,
opened 74c, clesed Tf ; SprsmBer.
opened 6SfcC closed 09 Vc; -Ptember,
opfn'ad Wic, closed 71c OornWuly,
opened Zokc, closed 254c; September,
opened , and closed 26c; December,
opened 27'c, closed ilhic Oa'tsr-ldy,
opened l";4c, closed lc; September,
opened i?c. closed ticr.. May, opened
ana ciosea zu'&c fora cepiemoer,
opened $7.50, closed $7.S5. TUard Sep
tember, opened t3 Ti4, -ckwea $-f2H; Oc-
toner. opened 9fo. ftoeea 4.iq.
Produce:' Butter Estsa crtaynery.
14Hc per 16; extra dairy. UeNsesh
packing stock. sc. XaM-Fresh
rtcck. ttrBtte per dosen. Lrva Potd trx-r-Turkeys,
STc-'per lb; ohlckehs sc;
spring, -12914c; ducks, tQiia; Boney
White clover, 110Uc per lb; Imperfect,
7 fere. New Potatoes, $L25&l.i0 peT bbl.
Blaokbeimes Michigan-, OOtiiao. pec lt-
qt. case. Baspberries Red, 60Q75C, per
24-qt case; black, eOC'EOc per 16-qt. case.
Chicago Uvo Stock.
. Chicago. July Id.
Ttnrr iTfatlmntei receifita for the dir.
lttdoo; quality gobd left over about' S.
400; market active and feeling, firm;
prfces, E(ula higher; sales, ranged at
t2.40.'a for niaa. 1S:4S47I.S0 'fne .Ua-firt
$A15tf J W for rough padklag. $Ct7olnts
for miked and t3.tSa2.fs for Jlaaiar niita;.
hug and Btrippihg-' lots. Oaytle tpstttoajrc d
recesptnaior tne.oay, Sityu; reenngeaar;
qaottrtloaa snngedat $&&. to ekdiee
to extrauahippisg stecB,-.$t.4oe.M gposV-
to choice do., $4.2fi4785--falr te gwd.
Ut&4M eesomon to. -nedruro, go,. $$.'
if t.is BUtmecm- aeeesn,- ssojpa.9 stoek
ein.$t70St.l6 feeders. tl.tcrla am
jzioon.su neirn.7:z&(rz.D tBiia.
lt?6.4Lyeel entreat Sheen
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Hay-Timothy, ro.H, whd.
Butter-dfau' to aaolae. tee: Sroah araaaaaM
Baras Fraah. Ha.
ChTokorA ta: aavlno ah latum
Cattle Butohoia nav tor onvo tan aaoaao lu
&: cows and hallara. asKaC tH
Sprlag Laabs-.M sad W a bead
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CK AIS AttERTIXG IN Till COURTS OCR R1GIIT TO THTS
TCtcuarvE usa of the word c ASTORIA, and
"PTTCIIER'S CJL8TOXUA,' as ot'R trade' mark.
J, DR. SAMUEL PITCHER, qf Eycawis, Massachusetts
was fits oripnstor qf -PITCHER'S CAST0R1A," the
that has borne and ices moss rf ,,rs - on every
This is ths oryM - RTCtlEITS CAST0RIA," which has been
sd inihs-hammofths Bathers cf America for over thirty
issrs. LOOK CAREFULLY ct ths wrapper and see that it is
the hmdycm have almys baU rT. on the
and has the signature of UGt&StMeZfa wrap
per. No one ha csdhority from ns to use my name ex-'
eept The Ccrdaur tezpsy qf which Chas. H. Fletcher is
President. r. -
Do Not B6 Deoeived.
Do net enflanger the life of your child fey aceptinr;
a cheap substitute whick seme druggist may offer you
(because he makes a ftay more pennies on it), the in
tjtsdients of frhich cvn he docs not know.
"The End You Havo" Always BoiieM"
BEARS THE FAC-C1MILB 8ICNATUBE
Insist on Having
The End That Never Failed You.
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