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THE AllG US, TUESDAY, MAY 23, -181)3.
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report.
SHE HASN'T A TEER
The Cruiser New York Wears
the Naval Belt.
CRACK SHIP OF THE 'WORLD'S FLEET
A Spepil of Over Inrnly-One Knots At
tained cn tier Oi-lciiil Trial she Walks
Tin' M'atrn Like u Tiling or l.ife anil
Astonishes Olil Neptune Jolta Hull
MtHl Take it It.ick Sent.
ISostox, M-iy C-i. With forwjinl torpedo
tubes buried deep in t tit; sea, and the water
pushed almost as hiiih as her forecast ie,
the armored cruiser New York steamed
ncross the line, breaking the world's rec
ord and winning for her builders the Li:
st premium ever paiil in any iwm.i'.
Wlieu 21 knots was predicted tee speed
fr: th i
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THE PRESBYTERIAN ASSEMBLIES.
ThtWaftlilntoi Gathering Kesolves About
Washington. May S3. In the Presby
terian general assembly a number of ta
pers bearing on the BrigKs case were re
ported ami sent to the judiciary commit
tee. The Pabbath observance committee
expressed sorrow in a report at the death
of its chairman. Colonel E. F. Shepard,
and declared that the importance of closing
the World's fair on Sunday could scarcely
be over-estimated. The vote in congress
in its favor was a reat triumph. But it
is a matter of profound regret that in all
this contest the friends of Sunday closing
have received little or no aid from the sec
ular press. It has been impossible, save
in a few cases of notable importance, to se
cure the insertion of judicious articles in
favor of closing, while whole columns
have frequently appeared against it. A
half column of resolutions followed con
gratulating the Sunday closers on their
success thus far, ni:d declaring that any
attempt to open the fair on Sunday will be
a cross breach of faith.
There was an animated debate about
sending the papers in the llritrsis casr to
the judiciary committee, but rt was wound
up in good humor. The report on freed
t;K -n's missions showed a falling o!T i:i re
ceipts. and a motion was iiil'ipted to r:i:se
ih.it.' 00 f.r Hid lie university. The t:iml
Committees were completed. At the
in -on adjournment the whole as.seml.iy wis
ho-i.rapiii'd al t!-e t::t . war, and navy
l-:il ih.g. ri-!i-:i: we:-.- :. i.e.tcl at the
.-iftei !:'(!! -i - -i- :: that if t'-e Worl I's f ;r
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STILL IN THE EINGr,
The Whisky Trust Will Fight
for Its Life.
PEORIA CASE TO GO TO THE COURT.
Some Facts Showing That the Woolners
Are Not on Impregnable Gronnd A
Condition That la of Interest to Certifi
cate Holders An' Attempt Jto Hammer
the Stock That Was Only Temporarily
Successful Too Much Speculation.
PEORIA, Ills., May 23. At a conferenco
t the Whisky Trust headquarters between
representatives of the five distilleries which
have withdrawn from the Distillers' and
Cattle Feeders company and the officials
and lawyers of the latter corporation, i"
was decided to submit an agreed case cov
ering the points in dispute to a local judge
for settlement. The case will corre up be
fore either Judge Shaw or Judge Worth
ington. The date has not been decided
upon. This is the sequel to the withdrawal
of the Woolners and others from the Trust.
A Few Kemarks From Greenhut.
President Greeuhut was seen by a
Uuited Press reporter and spoke as follows:
'I have not much to say ontlis subject.
The five houses claim that the leases are
forfeited. We have not paid any rent to
them for almost a year. Hut there was to
have been a revaluation at the. end of five
years. That revaluation has not been m.-ulu
yet and that is the reason we have not paid
any rent for almost a year. The houses
will he run as usual. The matter will he
tried in the local courts and may go high
er. If the ultimate decision is in our favor
the houses will be run by and for the
Will See What We Will See.
"We think we will win. We pr.ipo1--.;. to
close the houses June 1. The opposition
say that they will run then:; we will see.
The litigation will make i:- dili'vretice t i
t he L'overn ment. The fact of the matter
is that oar c. mp-mv owns th- buildings
ind machinery. We l-.-:i-- the Co n;s of
t he s-veral comp-.ni. -. V.'e do r..-l
i !i:tt, nor do Wt ::;; t - 'ho r. :.t - a : 1 ' ;e
ihetu. I la t t h.- ac:o: ; 'i ' v.-e :t.': r. i v"i
no! jeter:i:i!.' i.c'lla j. v-tlt.-..: :. ; !.
T he Strike on the Northwestern An Accl.
Chicago, May 23. The long an
ticipated strike of the telegraphers
on the Northwestern railroad oc
curred at 4 o'clock this morning. At
5 o'clock a disastrous wreck occurred
at North Eranston, where a freight
train ran into an open switch, demol
ishing the engine and most of the
train, ent&ilincr a heavy loss. The
engineer and tirenian escaped by
ju in ping-.
TORNADO IN THE SOUTH.
Destructive Storm at I.ouisvilU This
Louisville, Ky., May 23. This
city was visited by a severe tornado
at '4 o'clock this morning. Thirty
buildiii";s were blown down and many
narrow escapes, but no fatalities are
reported yet. The Louisville Si Nash
ville Railroad company's round house
collapsed, liurrying a number of
workmen, but all escaped with little
The lat sale of the property of the
T'nited States Holling Stock company has
been made by the United States master in
chancery and the reorganization committee
is the purchaser of the plant that of
Ifegewiscb, 111. The committee, now has
title to the whole property including the
plants at Annistmi and Decatur, Ala., and
I'rbana, O. The reorganization will be.
(-ailed the I'nitcl States Car company and
K:igli-h capital ischiiily interested.
The cruiser New York on her ofiici'-.l
trial made 'l knor-i -n hour : he fastest,
time (vi recrd for a i-:-".;-ac li give--, the
Cratr.ns a l-.ouu-. of -v.' u.
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We wish to say to our lady friends that w
carry a splendid stock of Kid Gloves in
French and German make. We have eiven
this department one of the best locations in
our store, it being a verv important one.
We have not spared trouble nor expense in
makinj? this department attractive in even
respect. Every pair of Gloves luted h de
sired. Any lady wishing to inspect our
Glove stock will meet with the most cour
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gli -j I... a::-!. i.e el.:;. - i'.crc was.;;,
nautical n;l" -. t . i ; 5 : i v ;s s-ca m ;! o-t-A-iee.
Dtitl -'llivt : to; t oc so-n d .as
knots, and i he .- ' mill the doiereii
being due to the tide, which V,
:igain-t Ithe ves.-ei on the trip imr.
'lhe average of these speeds yives til .
knots with :i pos-ibility of its being jrer
tr when the true curn-at cprrcct ion is ad
e l. On the whole the re ord was a trium,
for American skill and gen iu and w:
stand pte-tin nently uloue until some
our new warships heat, ir.
CP.AND ARMY POST DISBANDED.
The ofc! I'ariiliiim, Which Opposes Itie
Alt. :.Y, May Co. Commander Joseph
P. Chary, of tl;a st.ite department of the
(i. A. K., has issued an order disbanding
Noah I.. I-'arnham post, of New Vork city,
which has a membership of 2-Vi persons,
for passing resolutions criticising the na
tional pension laws and causing them to
lie sent to flic president, members of ron
gress aud ti. A. 11. posts without the ap
proval of the department and the national
Ilitptist Women in Session.
l)KXVK!t, May 25. The sixteenth annual
meeting of the Woman Ilaptist Home .Mis
sion society is fairly attended. The ad
dresses were begun with welcomes and re
spones, and continued on the subject of
missions, three sessions being held, lie
ports of work wero interesting and encour-
ivoiiiti-ry ui u ikuiw A'ontotlkce.
Tot'LKA, lay 23. The postollice at
Bartlett, LnocUe county, was er.tered b;
burglars and robbed of ftitiO in stamps and
other property. Postmaster Lane wound
ed a burglar iu the lee, but they ell got
I'itUuI Story llrlelly Told.
NonitlsTOWx, Pa., May 23. Oppressed
by poverty, Agnes ilurteu aud her daugh
ter ended their l.ves with poison at their
home near here.
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was l.opii..- le.-i a : ;;,!. 1 ; .-.-v.-;-. !, ; .
aualn 1 i-ol:e ..::'. -.v- l..-.s j::-.t r. ;-.-he.i
la re of a Mo y l:-ii: wl.i. a tc-.k pi :r u ;v
on the street in l!a,:av.! 1-et ..i-ai
I'ield-. a IV: pel .man. the l-.-a.lin-- ;.::;!
cipant upaa I lie one side, aiai Ca-i. cai
John Kvc;'-o!e. -o:,s oi' John Kversnle, v. ho
was so brutally t'lan!..;-. d a few ve iv-
ago. n: 1 ! -: s oa t i... oth-r si i-.
The 1' it i. -nlteil in t!:c ia-t-nt neat!; o!
Jesse Hah- and tae serious wounding o;'
I'ol'y A tin Con .lis, t he grand mot her of hash
and J. I! verso! e. 1 'ichN received ; wo ei ad ;
one in tin- arm atai one in t lie h-..;.. ad
John Mversole received a pistol wound ::
ti;e wri t. i-,;u-t la-.' I rou'.iif is ant icipat.-.i.
Chira. Not an A niirie:tn -ity.
Nliw Y(;::;, May The .Methodist
preachers of New York. I'.raoklyti, a i l
vicinity at their regular ineeiing ri-sov. d
to withdraw the Methodist e.!iihit rrain
the Worhi's fair because of the Proposed
Sunday opening. '-Vs'e shouid exhort."
saiil Dr. Landon, -that peojde stay awr y
from a fair which wiil desecrate I lie Sab.
bath and l.ecp open iis (ioors on the Lord's
day. Chicago, properly speaking, is not
an'Amcrican ii: v. It is composed of fo--cigners.
There is in t, an American spirit
there, and we cannot expect that them
should be much observance of the Sab
bath." I'rismi Itelivery Ilatlleil.
FitAXKKoliT, Ky.. May -H. A desperate
plan of an outbreak at the peniteuttarv
has been nipped in the bud. For mare
than a week there has been a suspicion of
some kind of a conspiracy. A negro co.i
viet. was used as ii detective. It v. us
learned from him that there was about,
sixteen in the gang all life men.
ltcalli i.I nn Acit Ni'WBpaprr.
Sai OI, Mass., May 2:!. The Salem Re
gister (semi-weekly), established iu 1U0,
and conduct d by C. W. Palfrey and K.
Walton, lias announced its suspension in
an editorial notice. The senior editor i.-t
now 1-0 years of age. He has been iu ncti :
service fifty-live years and the junior
editor since 1S55, beginning as a reporter.
Wabash, Iud.. May l!u. Mrs. Liberty
Miller, aged tiO years, dropped dead at tho
home of her son-in-law , in Pawpaw town-shin.
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me: at'd Mm.; !..; ; .till:
; tat th- -. ! ;.- ,,i.::...:ed
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Sail. ;o, sho.o.i have !..,-! t
af !!. lai- lii.t'-. rt'.i!. at.-. y
"Wld-ky" v -- oaoi, d on th
Stock (-: a .-( it has :...;-- :
latlv.- foot i . 1 : i t; y its ,. ir. e. e:
t rol 1 ing il. ii a 'III iu 1 1 e i llta-i t .
Ii. a: i rial i ill -i-t - i.i the ,.:;.
i-ver been sa ii..; .1. a.-.i - i : to tie' h . -. ; i-c. r
brain h of t iie business
Si vera! I ;a:-ii pools !;., li.ui run in
the stock dui'tUf the l.ist t i.-o Near-, ':.e!-."
Mo; ris ami .!. " ( reea hu t h'.-iiij: p r. . : 1 1 1
lient iii t la I:, all. About, r. year j,Lr lla-s
gent letncti were arrai-ia'.l at a meeting ot
the board ol t'ircci or lor pi'i-i;i!.g a jioiicy
ruinous to the company, 'l in y ati einpt . d
no defense, but through fear that Uvy
win; U! lira w out and start oppo-iiion ill
tilleries the stock holders not only ; e-elec. .1
them but passed a Vote of eotiii.h in i iu the
t rad need linauciers.
A dispatch from New York says.referring
to the I'eoria proceeding; " J'he point that
pu.les the average trader is the ultimate
late of the certificates which have been
issued to represent the distilleries in the
Trust. If the Woolners are successful iu
withdrawing from the Trust, the question
arises what is to prevent others from fol
lowing the example. .In that event the
originators will have their plants back
again after having an opportunity to sell
the certificates which they received for
tnem when they joined the combination."
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tel. M eii-iiiy i". in
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iiil:.'vm-.-t t lor r.ee.i wurkii-.
The Mori-.-ui Co . e-t Iwei.ty f.-een lar.a . ruT
l-trce'S, t'llil :lu'l. Hi.
Woniun Killed by a Cyclone.
1)AI:I.im;ton, Wis., May 2H. A cyclone
about half a mile wide and of great vio
lence passed about. three and a half miles
north of here. AH the buildings in the
track of the storm were wrecked, houses
being lifted up aud dashed to pieces. The
only persons hurt as far as heard were Mrs.
James liailej , who was killed, and James
Lailey, who, though severely injured, will
Itei'ord on the Hall Field.
Chicago. May 23. The National League
base ball record is as follows: At Pittsburg
St. Louis 5, Pittsburg 14; at Chicago
Cleveland 10, Chicago 5; at Louisville
Cincinnati 1, Louisville 3; at Baltimore
New York 7, Baltimore 8; at Brooklyn
Washington 3, Brooklyn 4; at Boston
Philadelphia V, Boston 7.
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CANVASS 1-1 'f
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ti uiailil"ecl totaii-ada rem ml .-a.'. a cy
from start. Itext ntererae" t equina!. ti-.To
:ie;e. l.:ib" Ktitarto Xi:r.-ira. Km het,-r. N. Y.
lTANTED VlilNii MAN FOlt i irifCll WtiltK
in Ho, k Island Salary ?'.) j.er iianah.
IMn-t furrish lust n 'ori i ce unit f ;clc:ish c ipita!.
Adiircfs lioora Wool u r Buili iii". l eeriu, lih
UENTS WANTEF AH ENTS TOTAKF. OH-
lihera! sii!a- n suni's-Tj. nti-tersi: et-adv
work. ..! .i ri fi rene s nntl eci:re terriiery
lromttly. Kllwanu-er A br.rry, Mt. Hope imair
ics, Ituchesttr, N. 1 .
Is Life Worth Liviuff?
That Depends Upon Your Health.
Will cure yoa and keep you weil
For Si'e at Harper House Pharmacy.
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Everything in the nere w il! be aiu;
week L-!verx thing must go. Conv
rivoid the rush.
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in oui: stoim:-
To be sold without regard to cost or va:i::
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