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VOL.. XL. VII I. ISTO. 20.
BOCK ISIiAXD, ELL,., MONDAY. NOVEMBER 20. 1899.
PKICE TUHEE CENTS.
Mai. Swigert Has Three En
gagements With In
surgents. AGAINST SUPERIOR FORCE.
Battle Relieved To Be Still
On Otis Ca
Nov. 23. Mai. Swigert's
of the 3rd cavalry is re
ported to he engaging a greatly supe
rior force at Pozorrubio, northeast of
Digupan. These troops have fought
three engagements and are now hold
ing their position waiting for rein
forcements. , It is believed at head
quarters thathis is a Filipino force
covering the repeat of the insurgent
Otlr peaks of Important Operation.
ahinc;ton, Nov. 20. Otis cable:
'MacArthur's advauee entered Dagu
pan today and ascertained that Whea-
ton a troops had b?cn there vesterdav
and were withdrawn last evening.
The insurgents south of Manila were
again driven back from the isthmus
Ieonhauser with three companies of
the 20th infantry by night, surprised
and captured the insurgent force of
200 at O'Donnell. with I.OuO rounds
of ammunition and four tons of sub
sistence and official record. One of
the contending insurgent frictions at
Zaniboauga secureil the city and
turned over the same to Capt. Very,
of a U. S. war vessel. The other
Taction made demonstration- against
the city. ' Very called on Julo for
troops. O.ie comptny was sent and
two more will le disp itched. The
latter part ot September the memb-irs
of the Insurgent government in Cotta
biito district, southern Mindanao,
were beheaded. The new government
formeC calls for United Stales troops
Troops will Ik; sent when available.
Hughes is t'oving in Pun-iy wi'htwn
BIOM1' .irrKB TUKN.
Oar Troopi U'erraanlac the North of the
4 Inland of Luzon.
Manila, Nov. !, Hi a. in. The Amer
ican occvpatiou of the country bc-
Ihi'imi Mauilu imd D:igup:in is proceed
ing willi a rush. General Mac Arllim
is within live miles .f Dagiipan. whk-ii
place General Wlieutoii will probably
occupy. General Mat-Arthur is moving
l:is troops by train and the roads with
in General Uiwiou's territory are In
Manila. Nov. l'.. 1 a. in. The follow
ing dispatches have Itccn received here
from corrcsponde'iits of the Associated
Press accompanying the American ad
Gerona. Nov. is. Gcu. Mat-Arthur
entered Gerona this afiernoon. The
Insurgents had lied last Monday after
burning the depot. Nothing else was
destroyed by them. Gertwia is the tirst
ttwn along the Manila-Iiagupan rail
way line where the natives did not run
lit the approach of the Americans. The
padres offered ipiai-tcrs in the church
11 ud convent. The town has one good
house. Gerona is the seat of heavy
F.ngtish sugar interests. The trip here
was a hard one ami occupied six hours
in covering seven miles and a half,
most of the time being spent in ford
ing a quarter t f a mile flood running
out of the Bio Tarlac. We have no
wagons, and pack turtles ami native
l-earcrs carry all our supplies.
W Have Occupied Hayotnbona.
The natives here say that Bayom
lionc was occupied last Sunday by
mounted troops, probably General
Young's brigade of General Iiwtou's
division. The people here are of a Ix-t-ter
class than we have usually found,
ami they welcomed the Americans, as
they evidently realize that their agri
cultural interests will revive. General
Mat-Arthur said this afternoon: "We
seem to be entering a different joliticl
atmosphere. The people here seem to
be less attached to Aguinaldo's cause
then those In ninny towns we have en
tered on the railroad line." The com
mand will move northward at day-
Made from pure
cream of tartar.
Safeguards the food
Alum bakins' cowdcrs arc th rrcatzst
-nmacmto hiaithof the present day.
rreak tomorrow toward r.ayomboug.
Gerona will tx garrisoned with two
companies of the Thirty-sixth.
Seoul Have a Drnsh with the Enemy.
Immediately on entering Gerona
Slaveu's scouts moved tip the track
toward Panique. On the way they en
countered an entrenched party of in
surgents whom they drove hack, then
entering the town and capturing four
locomotives and thirteen cars, as al
ready cabled. They learned that i)
Insurgents had left the town in the
course of the afteruoou.
AGl lNAI.DO lit IIAKO PKESStD.
Doc Not Know IVIiirU Way to
Eirapt Our Troop.
Panhpie. Lov. 18. General Mac
Atbur's troops arrived from Gerona
In the course of the morning. The rail
road beyond this point has not been
destroyed. The captured railway stock
is being repaired to handle supplies.
The expedition will go north toward
Bayoniltong probably today. The
Flgnal corps is consructing lines with
great rapidity. A native courier from
ISayombong reports that the Ameri
can troops left the town soon after
they entered, and that many natives
remain, although no insurgents.
General McArthur discovered here
Maor .Jouesou. formerly chief surgeon
on the staff of the Filipino comuiauder.
General Mascartlo. lie resides at Ba-
color. and is about to return there to
resume his practice. Major Joliesoll
Kays that all respectable Filipinos are
disgusted with the behavior of the in
surgents and are glad that the Ameri
cans have the upper band. A contiuu
tus procession of refugees is entering
Paniipie from the north, indicating the
proximity of other American troops
probably off the railroad line. These
refugees say that the Insurgents have
not known which way to turn with tin1
Americans occupying so many places
in the north.
Panhpie is a rich sugar town. Some
of the wealthy t'hincse and the poorer
natives fled at the lirst approach of our
troops, but they are now confidently
returning. The rain has ceased, tht
weather is fine and the country Is dry
Mtuiacada. 12:.".o a. in. Advancing
through the enemy's country by train
from i'aniipie. a distance of five miles
the Americans reached Moiiacada
where the natives have disiIayed a
friendly disitosition. The train I
stalled here by the wreck of two loco
motives ami tifty-fonr cars, evidently
intentional, on the main track. Tin
freight house and depot had been
burned. No attempt will In- made to
save the wrecked rolling stock, but the
track will Ik- cleared, and as soon as
two small breaks have been repaired
the exM-tIiti(iii will continue north
ward. Thus f:r the advance has been
a complete success.
Two Hundred Itebel Captured.
Mauil-i. Nov. -'o. lo a. m. Captain
r.eotihaetiser has accomplished one of
the lies! coups of the war. Reaching
O'Donncll by a night march from Ca
pos on Nov. IS he surprised the insur
gent force, numbering and cajv
turetl all of them with their arms. Hl.
m0 rounds of ammunition and four
tons tif subsistence, line Filipino was
killed, but there were no American
Another Kegiment for Manila.
Harrisburg. Pa.. Nov. 2U. The Forty-first
regiment left Camp Meade Sat
urday afternoon for New York
whence it will sail today for Manila
on the trausiHirt I.ogau. via the Suez
HEAVIEST BATTLE FOUGHT.
Many Itoers Said to Have Ileen Killed In
Encasement of Nov. lO.
Loudon, Nov. 20. An Kstcourt
special says report is received of the
bittle of Ladvstnith Nov. lasting
from daybreak till 2 in the afternoon.
Many Boers were said to be killed and
many were taken prisoners. the
British loss was much less. Another
battle is reported the following day.
the heaviest 3-et fought. Tne Beer
dead are said to number hundreds
and the British losses comparatively
iVetoria. Saturday, Nov. IS. By
way of I.ourenzo Manpiez. Nov.
At U0011 today lifty-six British prison
ers, including men of the Koyal Dub
liu Fusiliers and several blue jackets,
arrived here. There were large crowds
at the railway station, but no dem
onstration was made. Winston Church
ill, wlm is wo'iudetl la the hand, was
taken to the Model school, while the
rank and file are being sent to the race
course. One spy was lodged in jail.
The wounded, had becu treated at
The Boer version of the conflict r.t
the armored train in which these nris-
j oners were taken says that two Brit
i ish were killed and ten wounded.
Kstcourt. Nov. IS. 1:4 p. m. At 10
o'clock this morning the Itocrs at
tempted to rush Kstcourt. but one shot
from our naval gun and several long
, range volleys tired by the Dublin
Fusiliers sent them back preclpitaely.
The Boers had several guns tested on
surroundiug kopjes, but our naval men
apparently astonished them and their
guns were withdrawn.
London. Nov. 1M. There is practical
ly nothing new from the seat of war.
A Natal dispatch says that The Times
of Natal trints a letter from its cor
respondent at L-iiIysm'th describing a.
tight on Nov. !. when the Boers tried
to carry the place by assault. They
were driven back at every oint. and
their losses estimated Jit 0. The Boers
have blowa up the bridge over the
Ttig.-Ia river, near Coleuso.
He plays well tbat wins." Hood's
Sarsaparilla wins the victory over dis
ease because it possesses genuine
Njw York. Nov. 20. The work ot
securing a jury in the Molineux cae
continued today and will probably re
quire the entire week.
Paterson. Nov. 20. Hobart shows
no improvement in condition.
BRADLEY AflO GOEBEL
Will the Governor Refuse to
ognize Gosbs! as His
QUZST THAT VEXE3 KENTUCKIANS
Republicans Hellene He Will L'nder Cer
tain Circuinttnre and Maintain HI
I'o.itlon with the Militia Significant
Conference Big Gain for Taylor Kep
rrsentatite ICobert. of I'tali, Defends His
Title to a Seat In the National Hume.
Lexington, Ky., Nov. 20. Governor
Bradley and the adjutant general
the state guard, Iianu-1 t oilier, con
lerred here yesterday with Colonel K
l. Williams, of the Second Kentucky
regiment, and the latter returned with
them to Frankfort. None would talk,
Kepuhlicati leaders professing to be
close to the governor, but having no
announcement from him personally,
say that if Louisville is thrown out
Bradley will refuse to recognize Goebel
as his successor, and will maintain his
Hisitiou even if forced to use the
militia. Hie governor's movements
are closely watched from every angle
To the Associated Press Governor
Bradley said: ,-I announced on the day
after the election that in my opinion
laylor had won. I have not changed
my opinion, but what I will do or will
not do will depend altogether on cir
cumstances. I shall be guided alto
gether by whatever is right, regardless
of political passion and prejudice."
Taylor Gains 1,198 Vote.
Louisville. Nov. 20. General Taylor
gained 1,1'JS votes Saturday through a
decision of Judge Jones at Glasgow,
Ky.. in the Nelson county case. Tin
Courier Journal reports from the of
licial count in US of the ll'.i counties
of the state gave Taylor a plurality of
This with the Nelson county votes
makes Taylor's plurality 1.4.1!. accord
ing to Democratic newspaper figures.
which are less favorable to him than
those received from Republican news
paper sources and at the Kepiiblic.-in
state head'piartcrs. Republican est!
mates or 1 aylor s plurality are now
Case of a Misprint of a Name.
Judge Jones decision in Glasgow
Involved 1.1'is votes, which though cast
for -V. S. Taylor." were certified for
-V. I. Taylor" by the precinct officer
1'cause of an error in printing tht
forms. Judge Jones, tin i!pllicatitu of
laylor. granted a writ directing th
precinct election officer or Nelson coun
ty to correct the error In their certifi
cates and certify the vote for "W. S.
Surprises the Ieuiotrat at Frankfort.
FrankfW l-y-OMtv. 21. Tic tU-
cislon of Circuit Judge Jones giving
to V. S. Taylor 1,1!)S voles in Nelson
county, erroneously cast for "V. I.
Taylor" was a surprise at the Demo
cratic Iicadiiuarters. and the news
somewhat disheartened the Democratic
lenders for a time. It is said the court
of appeals is certain to advance tii
case and hear arguments ou appeal
early this week.
Warlike 1'eopla in Harlan.
Louisville. Nov. 2ti. The Commercial
f Ccpuhlicani this morning says: "The
following communication from Harlan
county talks to the mint: 'We. togeth
er wtli one thousand other able -ootlictl
citizens of this county, have tendered
our services to Governor IJradlcy and
General . S. laylor to inaugurate
General Taylor and maintain him in
the office to which he was elected, how
ever any state election hoard or any
legislature . may decide. " This is
signet by officers of Harlan county, in
cluding the county judge. Harlan is
tme of 1 lie stronglv ltepublicaii moun
tain counties of the Kleventh district.
KOBKRTS DEFENDS HIS TITLE.
Slortnou rcepresentatire Says HI Enemies
Better Look at Home.
New York. Nov. 20. Bepresentative-
cloct Roberts, of I'tah. against whom
a crusade is waging to prevent him
taking his seat in the house, makes a
defense over his own signature in The
Times. In which he declares the charge
false that the Mormon church has
broken faith with the government on
the subject of jtolygamy. and asserts
that he has not violated any law in bis
tiwn course as to plural wives. There
have been no plural marriages in I'tah.
be says, since the territory became a
Mate, and the osition of the Mormons
toward plural wives already married
was distinctly implied when the eo
ple t.f the territory refused to agree to
a proposition to tlisrupt tolygumous
relations when they existed at that
He says: "I don't go to Washington
as a representative of polygamy. I am
not sent there by my constituents to
ask congress to consent to the repeal
of the clause in our state constitu
tion which defines, prohibits, and pun
ishes polygamy, anil it should be re
membered that this particular clause
in our state constitution cannot be re-
ealed without the consent of the
I'nited States. I shall not go to Wash
ington to advance or even defend
Representative RoWrts closes as
follows: "I pass by the many other
falsehoods that have been uttered re
lative to myself in this present agita
tion, knowing that tht time Is near
when those who uttered them and my
self will be face to face. I can then
answer the charges accusing me of !c
ing guilty of a misdemeanor in the
slate of I'tah. I can answer to the
house of representatives the tirst par
liamentary Unly in the world if it can
consent to so far forget its dignity as
to resolve itself into a police court
to asccrMin if one of its members is
guilty of a misdemeanor alleged to
have been committed In a distant state
and punishable there.
The danger to the Amcricau home.
in the protection of which this present ,
urged as Its justification, does not lurk j
In the sun-blessed valleys of Utah.
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filled with farming villages where do-
ttestic Bcacc. as.! banDiBcss, tisa. every
any to greet the morn and crown tr-
hours with quiet joy. The good peo
ple of New York city and other cities
can find it much nearer home. In this
fity where I am writing the city of
Helen Gonld and I meet ion that
lady's name with the profoucdest re-eir-vi
ttuu uauiaraTion for ner goon
works, her womanly chanty, and.
withal. her broad-mindedness, and only
regret that she has heeu enisled In re
lation to conditions in I'tah but here
iu the city of her home within any
thousand feet s.piare may be found
more that menaces the American home
than ever existed or. I boK ever will
exist, in the whole state of Utah.
"And knowing this it looks just a
little ridiculous to see well-meaning re
formers so far misled by misrepresen
tation of I tali affairs as to be found
standing knee deep in the swamps of
social evils about them, vainly trying
to tip-toe themselves into a position
where they can peek over the rugged
summits of the Rocky mountains to
lind a more desperate menace to the
American home. Leave I'tah alone,
she is able and will work out her own
salvation, if. indeed, Phe is not already
as far along that road as any other
state In the I'uion."
Morgan and Johnston Matched
Athens, Ala.. Nov. 2d. The cam
paign was opened here Saturday by
one of the warmest debates ever heard
in Alabama politics. The participants
were United States Senator John T.
Morgan ami Governor Joseph F.Johns
ton, who recently announced his can
didacy for Morgan's neat iu the senate.
rovernor Johnston eallenged the sena
tor to join him in c!l his appointments
f the campaign. This was accepted.
Much of Johnston's speech was de
voted to Morgan's alleged defection
from Bryan, and criticism of the sen
ator's position ou expansion. Johnston
put himself on record as against titis
government taking in territory not con
tiguous to the United States. Morgan
denied defection from Bryan, and de
clared In favor of depriving the ne
groes of a vote, turning to where the
negroes were congregated listening to
Kobert Has Few Frleuds at Home.
Salt Lake, I'tah, Nov. 20. The Dem
ocratic stMte committee held a meeting
Saturday, chiefly to consider the Rob
erts case. James II. Moyle. chairman
and a Mormon, urged that counter-pi-titions
be gotten up asking that Rob
erts be seatetl. The Gelittle members
arose and opposed this, saying that
ll'.ey had voted for Roberts as a Dem
ocrat on 1 lie expectation, that he would
be able to clear up the charges that
were made against him by the opposi
tion, as he had agreed to do. Roberts
was arraigned for what was called his
bad faith in failing to do this, and it
was declared that he mid made 11 loot
ball of the Democratic party as well
as of prominent Democrats. The mat
ter was dropped.
Sulzer Would lie Reader.
Chicago, Nov. 2il. Representative
William Sulzer, of New York, who is
In Chicago in connection with the meet
ing of the executive committee of the
national Democratic committee today.
said: "Yes, 1 am a candidate for the
Democratic leadership of the next
house of representatives. I would not
be a candidate if m.t friends did not
ltclieve my selection would strengthen
our party 111 the east and help 11s to
arry the doubtful states of New York
mil New Jersey in the next presiden
tial contest." He declared himself
loyal to the Chicago platform.
THE CHICAGO CONFERENCE.
Meeting: of the Democratic Executive
Committee and Its Object.
Chicago, Nov. 20. The national
democratic executive committee met
in secret session at noon. The com
mittee will name the time and place
of meeting of the full committee, and
hear reports of the committeemen in
states where elections were recently
held, and probably outline the meth
ods to be pursued in the comir.jr
presidential campa'gn. Chairman
Jones says the meeting will certainly
reallirm the Chicago platform. A re
cess was taken about 1.
BOLD BURGLARS THESE,
Blow Open a Safe and Get W2.500 at Mr-
Marsballtown, Iowa. Nov. 20.
Burglars blew open the safe ot the
Southwestern Insurance company in
the court house basement at uoon and
ecured $2,500 in cash and certificates
of deposit. Many people were about
the court house at the time, but the
HAS GIVEN IT TO HIS BRIDE.
Dewey Transfers Washington Property
Presented by American People.
Washington. Nov. 20. The formal
deed of conveyance was tiled today.
transferring from Admiral George
Dewey to Mrs. Mildred Dewey, his
wife, "the property at 1747 Rhode Isl
and avenue, presented to the admiral
bv popular subscription. A nominal
consideration is named ia the instru
ment. Lou bet Fnreils a slonnuienr.
Paris. Nov. 20. President Ixubet
unveiled in the Place de la Nation
jestcrday a statue symbolizing the
triumph of the republic. T! e premier.
M. Waldeck-RoKseau. and all
tit her memlters of tht- cabinet were
resent. The ceremony was witnessed
by an immense crowd. There was an
Imposing procession of municipal func
tionaries ami lalor deiegntkms. Every
where M. Ioultet was greeted with
cheesr and the demonstration iascd
on without serious Incident.
UH ol Dr. W. H. Boyd.
Springfield. Ills. Nov. 2D. Dr W. If.
Boyd, who was until a few -weeks ago
I.resment of the statev loartl of oliar
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THuGSOUT OF POISON
Two Vicious Criminals Escape
from the County Jail
17ANT0H ASSAULT UPON A WOMAN
Knocked Down and Kicked Because STua
Was In the Way Foot Ball Came a Bad
as a Battle Seven Boys Hurt Out of the
Twenty-two Flaying Preacher Who
Was a Fraud Gets Into the Pen He
Operated on the Charitable.
Springfield. Ills. Nov. 20. Saturday
night when the turnkey at the county
jail in Liucoln was bringing the. food
to the prisoners, and had opened the
door leading into the corridor which
runs in front if the cells. Charles
Wheeler and Neal Page, two prisoners,
leaped upon the turnkey and overpow
ering him dashed through the door and
escaied. Katie Lauer. a maid who
was standing near the corridor door,
was knocked over, and Wheeler kicked
Both Are Very Bad Citizens.
Wheeler was in jail on charges of
robberies at Mount Pulaski, end
Ciarksley and be also attempttd to
kill the sheriff of Christian county by
shooting at him. He escaped without
coat, hat or shoes. Neal Page, alias
Cornelius Holmes, is a well-known
crook of Springfield and Lincoln. He
was in jail on a charge of criminally
assaulting his step-daughter.
HURT ON T1IF FOOT HALL F1KLI).
l ive Players Badly Injured In a Game Be
tween High School Boy.
Springfield. Ills., Nov. 2d. In a foot
ball game at Taylorville Saturday aft
ernoon, in which the Taylorville high
school eleven defeated the Litchfield
high school eleven by a score of 2:? to
nothing, five Litchfield and two Tay
lorville players were injured, some of
the former seriously.
The Li tch lie-Id players injured were:
Stillwell, left end, internally, and was
unconscious three hours. It was
thought at first his injuries were fatal.
Lloyd, right halfback, kicked in the
stomach and in a scrimmage rendered
unconscious for some time. Mahler.
fullback, kicked in the head and stom
ach and rendered unconscious. Lee,
quarterback, injured internally.
liEVEUEND KASC1L IS SENTENCED.
Makes a Living hy Getting Money Out of
Springfield. Ills.. Nov. 20. Judge Al
len in the United States district court
at Cairo sentenced Rev. J. Forest
Marston to :i year and a halt in the
penitentiary for using the mails for a
scheme to defraud. Marston, who was
a Baptist minister at Mount Holly, S.
I'.. in ls;2. represented himself to be
an agent for the Red Cross society.
J ' He traveled over the country lectur
ing on Cuba ni::l raising funds to pro-
vide a home for the poor cliilnleii who
j were made orphans by Weyler's cruel
I ty. lie pretended to semi the money
I be raised by registered mail to Miss
j Barton and lie exhibited receipts fc.
1 &mt'Hr wwan
Suits and Overcoats that cannot be
bought elsewhere for less than twelve
to fifteen dollars. You will see
plenty of ten dollar suits and overcoats
but they are not near the value we show.
You Know Us, We Undersell
these "letters, luu MissTSarton neve e
ceived any of the money.
Griswold Bankruptcy Case.
Springfield. Ills.. Nov. 2d. Owing to
the objection of two of the creditors
Judge Allen in the United States dis
trict court Saturday did uot approve
the sale of the unstM-nred stock of K.
D. Griswold V- Son. who recently tiled
a petition of bankruptcy with liabili
ties of $!Mi.0tN and with assets of about
the same amount. 1 he sale of the un
secured-stock was made to Johnson
Bros, end R. C. Thatcher & Co.. of
Colfax. Ills., for 27.oo. with the con
sent of the unsecured creditors.
Fatally Hurt at au Initiation.
Carbondalti. Ills.. Nov. 20. Lafe
Deason. a saloonkeeper of Desoto.
small village only eight miles north of
this city, died Friday from wounds
said to have been inflicted while being
initiated into a secret ortler, known as
the Knights of Koyal Arch. A large
paddle was used in the ceremony in
one side of which was fixed a blank
cartridge. Iu using it this side was
used, exploding the cartridge ami
wounding Deason on the under side of
the thigh, resulting in death later.
Requisition for Whiteman.
Springfield. Ills.. Nov. 20. Governor
Tanner Saturday issued a requisition
on the governor of New lork for the
extradition of Alonzo J. Whiteman
alias A. E. Delarield. Whiteman passed
n worthless check on John W. Taylor,
clerk at the Grand Pacific hotel, Chi
cago, and in July. 1S'.8. was sentenced
to the house of correction for one year.
The case was taken to the appellate
court and Whitenian was released on
bond. He left for parts unknown.
Distressing Accident at Galatia.
Eldorado. Ills., Nov. 20. At Galatia.
ten miles west of here, the 7-year-old-son
of Mr. and Mrs. Cardwoll ncci-
dently fell into the cistern. His mother
jumjM'd into the cistern to rescue her
little one, but could not get out. When
her husband arrived be found the
mother and child in the cistern. The
child Is dent! and the mother is ex
pected to die.
She Will Share His Good Fortune.
Charleston. Wis.. Nov. 20. A mar
riage license was issued here to George
N. James and Mrs. Flora A. Booze, of
Matioon. The prospective groom is
the Peoria. Decatur and Evausville
railway employe that fell heir this
week to .? 2.."i M u MM) ami a baronetcy iu
England. The couple were engaged
before James' good fortune c:uue.
W. D. Bynam Given a i'iace.
IudianaiMtlis. Nov. 20. Hon. W. D.
Bynuni has received from Prosideut
McKinley notice of his appointment as
a member of the hoard of getierail ap
praisers at New York. The board
passes on appeals growing out of cus
toms duties and the appointment con
tinues during good behavior. Jyniitn
says be wil accept the office a id is
preparing to go to New York ina few
days to assume his duties.
11U Not Jlurder 'Birdie Fox.
Waupaca, Wis... Nov. 20. The jury
in the case of George Miles, charged
with the murder of Birdie Fox at Osh
kosh last spring, brought in a verdict
To Cure a Void In One Day,
Take Laxative Ilromo (juininc Tablets.
All druggists refund the money if it
fails to cure. K. W. Grove'3 signa
ture is on each box. 2.r cents.
in Great Values in Suits
Emperor and Empress
Germany in Eng
RECEIVED BY QUEEN VIC.
Remarkable Ovations to
Portsmouth, Eng., Nov. 20. Tho
emperor and empress of Germany ar
rived this uiorniugand were welcomed
by the Duke of Connaught and court
dignitaries and salutes from tho war
ships and forts.
Their majesties and royal high
nesses took "a train for Windsor at
11:80 amid salutes from warships,
bands playing national anthems and
cheers from the crowds thronging at
every point ot vantage outsme inc
Arrive at Windsor.
Windsor, Nov. 20. Their majesties
arrived at 1:45 p. in. and were re
ceived by the prince of Wales and sons
and driven to the castle, where they
were received by the queen.
MINERS' STRIKE LIKELY.
One Involving 30,000 Men Threatened la
Indianapolis, Nov. 20. President
Mitchell, of the United Mine workers.
has notified the proprietors of the
Susquehaniia Coal company at Nanti-
coke, l'a., and the Missouri Pacific,
Missouri, Kansas, Texas, Cotton Ik-It
md Iron Mountain railroads that he
will order a strike of all miners work
ing for them unless the demands are
complied with. Mitchell believes tho
strike will take place. If it docs, lit)
says iJO.OOO men will be thrown out.
SMALLPOX IN IOWA.
Ten Cases Iu a Kallroad Camp Near
Des Moines, Nov. 20. Tho stato
board of health received a telegram
that there are 10 cases of smallpox
in a railroad camp near Storm Lake.
Stringent precautions have been taken
to prevent a spread.
Lady Salisbury Deatl.
Itjndon. Nov. 20. Ladv Salisbury,
wife of the premier, died this after
noon after a protracted illness.