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TIIK NOKKOLK NrKWS : FRIDAY , ATCTST 2 , '
Missouri Mob Avenges Murder
of White Woman.
ONE HANGED IN FRONT OF HOTEL
Second Victim Is Riddled With Bullets.
Boy Killed and Several Persons
Wounded by Indiscriminate Firing
of Mob at Pierce City , Mo.
I'lorco City , Mo. , Aug. 20. Will j
Oodley , n negro , was lynched by a mob j i
composed of 1,000 armed citizens '
shortly after dark last night for the |
murder of Miss Wild , whose dead body ,
was found yesterday In the woods near
The mob went to the jail about 9
o'clock and battered down the doors
and throw ropes around the necks of
Godley and Jean Carter , another sus
pect. Qodley was hanged In front of
the Lawrence hotel and his body rid
dled with bullets. Carter's guilt was I
not clearly established and ho was
taken back to jail.
Ocno Carter has since been taken
out by the mob , riddled with bullets
and left dying In the street. After ,
Godley was strung up there waa much
shooting at the body , and a small boy j
was killed and several persons wound-- )
cd by the promiscuous firing of the
Carter confessed that ho knew who
r committed the crime , and charged Joe :
Clark , a railroad porter , now away on
lals run , with being the real culprit.
The mob has arranged to meet Clark' '
when ho arrives at Monett today and
hang him. Godley , the first negro
lynched , had served a sentence In the
penitentiary for outraging a woman GO
years of age. The feeling against the
negroes here Is Intense. Twenty-five i
men armed with guns are now In the
negro district firing Indiscriminately.
No such scones have been enacted
here since the civil war.
LOSE HOPE FOR COLOMBIA.
Residents of Colon Influenced by Fail
ure to Repulse Rebels.
Kingston , Jamaica , Aug. 20. The
British steamer Ilosneath arrived hero
yesterday from Central American ports
and brought advices from Colon of con
tinued and persistent attacks by the
rebels on the outskirts of Colon and
Panama. The repeated efforts on the
part of the government to repulse the
rebels have failed and the belief Is
gaining ground that the Colombian
government Is weakening. When the
Rosneath left Colon on the 15th the
French cruiser Suchet was there and
the arrival of British and American
vrar vessels was anxiously awaited.
Business was generally crippled.
Leyland Line Deal.
London , Aug. 20. It Is reported In
Glasgow that J. B. Ellerman of the Leyland -
land line has purchased the old estab
lished City line of 14 steamers en
gaged in the East Indian trade , the
price being nearly 1,000,000. Mr.
Ellerman , according to rumor , is acting
for J. Plerpont Morgan and his asso
ciates. The City line of steamers is
owned by Messrs. George Smith &
Sons of Glasgow. The fleet , comprls- '
ing 14 vessels , has an aggregate tonnage - j
nage of about 55,000 tons. With this
addition and two Johnson line steamers -
ers , recently purchased , the Leyland
line fleet , which was formerly com
posed of 58 vessels , with a total ton
nage of 240,140 tons , will have 74 ves
sels and a tonnage of over 301,140 tons.
Gasoline Fatal in Denlson.
Denlson , la. , Aug. 20. Mrs. J. F.
Stessl was burned to death by gaoo-
line yesterday. She was filling the
gasoline stove while It was lighted.
The gasoline in the can became Ignited
and the flames flashed to her clothing.
She ran out of the house and neighbors
rushed to the rescue , but before the
fire could be extinguished she was
burned so badly that she died within
three-quarters of an hour in agony.
Michael Smashes Records.
New York , Aug. 20. Indoor cycla
racing at Madison Square Garden at
tracted over 5,000 spectators to the
big building last night. The principal
event on the card was a 15-mllo motor
paced match race between Jimmy
Michael and Floyd McFarland. Mich
ael won easily , finishing eight laps
ahead of McFnrland. From the first
to the eighth mile Michael set such a
terrific pace that lie broke all pre
vious Indoor records , McFarland fre
quently losing his pace In a vain en
deavor to keep up with the flying
Low Rates Withdrawn.
Chicago , Aug. 20. By a vote yester
day of the officers of the six railroads
operating between Chicago and St.
Paul it was agreed that the unusually
low rates announced to go Into effect
between these points Sept. 1 would be
cancelled. Tickets sold on the rate
during the present month were exten
sively scalped in St. Paul and Mlnne-
t apolls. Officers of the same set of
roads are now voting on a proposition
to withdraw their notices of similar
reductions In rates between Omaha ,
Sioux City and Kansas City.
Defeat Boers , Then Retreat.
London , Aug. 20. Lord Kitchener ,
in a dispatch from Pretoria , dated yes
terday , says that a party of South Afri
can consta'"ilary ' surprised a strong
Boer laagei near Mlddleburg , Capo
Colony , killing 23 men. The consta
bulary numbered 150 men , but owing
to the strength of the enemy. GOO to
800 men , they were unable to follow
up their success and during their re
tirement they lost one man killed and
Blx men wounded. Fourteen men are
ARTILLERY PIECE EXPLODES.
Two Soldiers Killed and Many Maimed
In Accident at Fort Hlley.
Junction City , Knn. . Aug. 20. Whllo
at" target practice yostorduy on Fort
Hlley reservation , hull'u mlle north
ot this city , a 104-pound shell exploded
us It was being placed In the breech
of the third section gun of stugu but *
tery O , Seventh artillery , comr.uuuled
by Captain Vtimluzon. The ciifiuultlcj
uru : Henry C. Watson , killed Instant
ly ; John J. King , died last night ;
Murray Sykea , wounded fatally ; Chaa ,
Duncan , wounded latully ; Henry Lugs-
don , wounded seriously ; Dennis Mil-
uoiioy , wounded , not dangerous ; Re-
emit Lloyd , wounded seriously ; Ross
Duck , wounded slightly ; James Brady ,
The big Hlego battery of four guns
has been on the target range north of
the city since last Wednesday. Yes-
torday morning the usual practice was
In progress , The 104-pound shell had
been put Into the third section gun
and Private Watson was ramming the
olioll homo , when there was a terrific
explosion and the headless body of
Watson was seen standing perfectly
erect for almost 15 seconds , when It
moved as If to step and full , lighting
on his back.
Private John King had both arms
torn off and lost both eyes.
Private Sykes had a portion of the
kull torn off and eye bat'ly Injured.
Charles Duncan was badly bruised
on the head and blinded in both oyes.
He Is from Kansas. |
Henry Logsdon's body Is badly hurt
and may go blind from powder burns.
Sergeant Muhoncy was hit In the
mouth with n fragment of shell and
lost several teeth. |
Hocrult Lloyd had his left forearm
blown off and right eye badly burned.
The wounded men were at once
taken to the post hospital , whore prop
er medical attention could bo given.
FOUR FIREMEN KILLED.
Burning Oil Tank Explodes at Philadel
phia Property Loss Half a Million , i
Philadelphia , Aug. 20. While a
large force of firemen were endeavorIng - ,
Ing to check the flro in a nest of burn- '
lug oil tanks at the Atlantic Oil Re
fining company's plant at Point Brcezo
In the southwestern section of the city
early this morning , an Immense tank
of benzine suddenly exploded. Many
of the firemen were In close proximity
to the tank and fell victims to the
blazing oil and flying pieces of iron.
Four were killed and many were badly
burned before they could be rescued
by their more fortunate companions.
A general call was telegraphed for am-1
balances and the Injured were hurried
to the hospitals In the lower end of
the city. I
The dead firemen were horribly
burned and their bodies so badly imi-1
tllated that they were hardly recognlz-
able when brought to the morgue , j
Some of the injured will die. i
Ten or 12 tanks of benzlno and petroleum - ;
troleum have already been destroyed
and the fire is not yet checked. The
loss will reach probably $500,000.
TWO RESCUED FROM TUNNEL .
Taken to Hospital Alive After Being
Entombed Five Days. |
Cleveland Aug. 20. Adam Kest and
Joseph Euglne. two of the workmen
who were trapped In the waterworks
tunnel 200 feet below the surface of
Lake Erie by the burning of crib No. '
2 last Wednesday morning , were res-1
cued from their dangerous position
late yesterday afternoon and are now
lying semi-conscious at the Huron
street hospital , where , with careful
nursing , the physicians say , they will
soon recover their former strength.
Shut off from the upper world , the
men knew nothing of the catastrophe
that killed many of their comrades
and Imprisoned them. They knew
that something had severed their con
nection with the crib. They knew
that beyond the air lock behind
which they had taken refuge the air
was too foul to breathe. Each day
they expected their romrades to come
down the tunnel and rescue them.
When their signal for help , tapped
on the aldpipo , was at last answered
from the crib , Kest and Euglne were
preparing to cat raw mule meat.
DYNAMITE EXPLOSION'KILLS SIX.
Bodies of Four of the Victims Are
Little Falls , N. Y. . Aug. 20. The Mo
hawk and M alone round house at
Herklmer was discovered to be on flro
at 10:30 : last night. Watchman Gilbert
and an cngtno tender named John
Deck , assisted by residents of the vi
cinity and members of the bridge
building gang , attempted to extinguish
the flames. While they were battling
with the fire a large quantity of dyna
mite stored In the building exploded
with terrific force , killing Gilbert and
Deck and four others. The bodies of
the four last mentioned are unrecog
The round house was wrecked and
burned. It Is feared there are other
bodies in the ruins. The round house
is owned by the Now York Central
and Hudson River railroad.
Warrants for Gotham Police Officials.
New York , Aug. 20. Warrants for
the arrest of three persons of promi
nence in the police department will ,
In all probability , bo Issued tomorrow ,
as a result of the secret inquiry in the
case of the "people of the state of New
York against G. Glennon and others , "
according to information which the
Times prints today. Justice Jerome
has practically concluded the secret
sessions In this case.
Baseball Results Yesterday.
National League Plttsburg , 9 ; St.
Louis , 5. Cincinnati , 2 ; Chicago , 0.
Boston , 11 ; New York , G. American
League Baltimore , 4 ; Detroit , 3. Bos
ton , G ; Milwaukee , 5. Washington , 6 ;
Chicago , 2.
Squall Sinks City of Golconcla
on the Ohio.
TWENTY PERSONS ARE DROWNED
Wind Strikes the Boat Without Warn
ing nnd Those In the Cabin Had No
Time to Escape Ten Women Among
Piulucah , Ky. , Aug. 20. The nlcnnior
City of Golconda , plying between thla
city and Ellzabethtowu , lilt ) . , was
struck by u Hiiuall during n storm
about 7 o'clock last night , ns she was
en route to Paducah and turned ever
in ten foot of wiilur nix miles above
the city uH Hho was going Into Crowol'H
Landing. Twenty pontons are roport-
cd drowned. The dlmuttvr occurred HH
euppor was being served , nnd many
i of the 75 passongoru wuro In the cabin.
j The wind struck the boat without
warning and there was no tlmu for
tliimo on the Insldo to escape , Captain -
| tain Jess Ilaeur and Pilot Duckoy wore
the last to leave the boat. They saved
noveral struggling In the water , left
the survivors In a house near the bank ,
nnd cnmc to the city.
Captain Baour , who arrived hero
two hours after the disaster , said : |
"Tho boat was getting ready to land j
when the miuall struck hero and she i
listed. Several passengers who were
Inside jumped overboard and were j
caught by the boat. The ladles , all of ,
whom were In the cabin , could not bo
reached. The boat nettled down In ton
foot of water ever a roof and two of j
the men who were In the cabin N. S.
QuntonnoiiHO and II. F. Hlllman |
broke through the glass and escaped. '
Throe colored deckhands saved Mrs. '
Hoyden , wife of the engineer , and It
Is thought she Is the only woman
Raved. We returned to the boat on
the part of the steamer that had
broken off , but found no sign of life. "
A partlnl list of the lost follows :
Miss Lizzie Graham , Grahamvlllo , Ky. ,
daughter of a wealthy tobacco manu
facturer ; Miss Trlxle Grimes , nloco of
Miss Graham , Grahamvlllo , Ky. ; Col
onel Turner , Smlthland , Ky. ; Clmylon
Gordon , Smlthland ; William Webb ,
Smlthland ; Watts Davis , Livingston
county , Kentucky ; Mrs. Dave Adams ,
Smlthland ; Miss Lucy Burnett , nleco
of Mrs. Adams ; Clarence Slaydon , Le-
ola , Ky. ; Mrs. W. A. Hogan , two sons
nnd daughter , Paducah ; Will Woods ,
Golconda , deckhand ; Horace Rondeau ,
Golconda , deckhand ; Doe Johnson , Pa
ducah , deckhand ; George Stansberry ,
A tug has returned with those saved.
The tug reports that ten women were
drowned and the total number of
those who perished will reach 20. None
of the bodies were recovered , as the
rescuers could not get Into the cabin.
FORTY-TWO GO DOWN WITH SHIP
Further Particulars of Islander Steam
Victoria , B. C. , Aug. 20. Victorians
are waiting patiently for an official
list of those who lost their lives In the
disaster which overtook the steamer
Islander , for although the list of dead
has boon reduced to 42 , according to
reports which reached this city toilay ,
there are still a number of names
which have not been received here.
The day has boon given to a discussion
of the accident. It is said by some
that It is quite possible that the steam
er struck on a ragged reef which runs
out from Tantallon Point , as few Ice
bergs are about in that part of the
Bound , they mostly finding their way
out by the Taku arm. But It must bo
remembered that for every two feet of
Ice above water there are seven feet
under water , and it is possible for a
navigator not to see one. All admit
that by the time Captain Foote reached
the bridge It was too late to beach the
vessel ; In fact , it was impossible , as
the propeller was out of the water.
The crew , according to the evidence ,
acted splendidly and left the boats to
the passengers , they themselves being
satisfied with pieces of wreckage to
cling to until picked up by the boats.
Captain Foote did not Jump from the
raft , but was thrown off It when It cap
sized , and ho went down , as he could
not swim a stroke. Some of the pas
sengers acted most Inhumanly , cutting
the ropes as soon us they got Into the
boats and pushing off from the
steamer. The chief criticism as to
the operation of the steamer Is that
she should have been slowed down as
Boon as it was found that she was
running Into Ice.
According to the statements of pas-
eengcrs arriving today , but few people
died on board the steamer , but most of
them perished In the water and around
the rafts and ship as the latter went
PRESTON AND WIFE SAVED.
Omaha Couple Rescued From Sunken
Seattle , Aug. 20. L. S. Robe , one of
the passengers on the Ill-fated Islander -
er , wrecked off Douglass Island , re
turned with one of the most Intelligent
accounts of the terrible disaster ,
Whllo he would not consent to bo
quoted on this branch of the subject ,
his demeanor unmlstakcably indicated
that he believes the officers of the
Islander were derelict in their duty.
Indeed , the charge Is more or less free
ly made by the survivors that the offi
cers of the vessel had boon drinking
heavily. The vessel , too , had more
than the law requires. Robe declare :
that there were 181 persons on board ,
including the crew. There are 113 sur
vivors , and ho argues that OS must
have boon drowned.
Walter G. Preston and wife of Oraa
ha , who were reported among the lost ,
arrived safely In Seattle yesterday
UNABLE TO FINISH VCS8EL3.
No Work Done on Battleships Because
of Gtiiko at San Francisco.
Bin KraiiclHt'o , A < II ? ! ! < > \VnrU on
alMMMN inr iho l'iifl > il Siiiii-H irivy
and one for the United Stulctt army
IH bring delayed IICCIUIHU of the prottmit
labor tumbles In San KranclHco. The
Union Iron \vorkn him contract ! ) for
nix wurnhlpH and two Hubniurliio tor
pedo lioKtit. The most ImporUnt of
thoHo war vennoln la tliu ImttloHulp
Ohio. It WIIH launched a few mnnthtt
Rgo by ProHldont McKlnloy and the
moment It look the water work council
on It. The mnchlnlHtH wore then on
ntrikn and few men have ttlnco lieon
employed on the buttlouhlp.
Moored rliwo to the Ohio lit the mon
itor Wyoming. It WIIH liuineheil last
September uud In nut yet coiuplotod.
The torpedo boat dotttroyorH Problo ,
Perry and Paul JOIIOH aio also at the
Union Iron workw. The Perry and
the Problo have boon given trliU totttu
on the bay. ChangoH doHlKiiod by the
navy department to give Rrontor npood
were ordered about the tlmo the ma-
chlnlstH1 Htrlko commenced nnd the
work of altering tliu boats bus not yet
lit en Mtnrted.
SHOT BY A CAR CONDUCTOR.
Tony Doehme of Omaha Is Badly
Wounded Claims Self-Defense. |
Omaha. Aug. 20. Tony lloobmo of
South Twentieth utroot wan shot and
Horlously wounded laut night by Hur- .
vey llobnrt , a Htreot ear conductor. I
Ilolmrt Immediately iturrondorod to the
officer * and was placed In the city jail. '
lloelime , In company with two other
mon. not on a Walnut Hill car
at Thirteenth and Fnriinm Hi roots.
Hobnrt HiiyB the mon were drinking
and began to line vllo IUIIKUIIKO and
otherwlHo to disturb those on the our.
When Rome women u t on , ho miyn , lin
requeued thorn to Htop. This Hoomed
to onnigo Hoehino and when the cur
stopped at Forty-third nnd Grant
BtreotH ho walked to the rear , abused
Ilolmrt nnd dually knocked him down
and choked him. It was to 'tve himself -
self , Ilolmrt says , that ho filed.
KIND BONES IN WARD'S GARDEN.
Believed to Be Remains of Kirk Shcp-
ard Third Brother Arrested. ,
Dondwond , S. I ) . , Aug. 20. A few
bones were found yesterday In the
garden of W. H. Ward , near Plumu ,
and there la reason to bellovo they
are the remains of Kirk Shepard , the
pocoud boy who IH mysteriously miss
ing. Leo Shepard , whoso body was
found Sunday , It is thought , was bur
led alive. Hurley Shepard , the third
brother , was arrested yesterday. It
is hinted that ho may know something1
about the whereabouts of Ward and
about the murder of his two brothers.
Another Seizure of Silks.
New York , Aug. 20. A new Invoice
of 18 cases of silks , Imported from
Japan , was reported to George R. Bid-
well , collector of the port , by Appraiser
Wakemnn for seizure today. With
the latest seizure the government will
have taken charge of 40 cases of silks ,
weighing more than 10,000 pounds
nnd valued at moro than $04,000. The
duty on the silks , which have already
been solzod , will amount to moro than
$30,000 , while under the methods car
ried on In the division before the
frauds were discovered HIP Importers
would probably have paid only $9,000
on the lot.
Wright Tobacco Plant Burns.
Richmond , Va. , Aug. 20. Fire yes
terday destroyed the J. Wright com
pany plant of the American Cigar com
pany , at the corner of Twenty-third
and Gary streets. There were about
40,000 pounds of leaf tobacco In the
building , owned by the American
Cigar company , and this , with the ma
chinery , It Is estimated , was worth
$110,000. The building , an Immense 5- '
story structure , covering 19,200 square
feet , was owned by the Continental
Tobacco company. It was completely
destroyed. The total loss IB placed at
about $200,000 ; Insurance , $112,000.
Fatally Shot by Officers.
Peorla , Aug. 20. Josh Walker of
Milwaukee was arrested yesterday by
Officer John Davidson on the charge of
flooding the north end of the city with
spurious dollars. Walker broke from
the officer nnd ran , when the latter
fired several shots at him , one of
which Inflicted a serious and probably
fatal wound In his loft side.
Kruger Rejects Privateer Offers.
Brussels. Aug. 20. The Petit Bleu
says Mr. Kruger has rejected the pri
vateering proposals recently made to
him , but reserves the right to have re
course to corsairs If the British shoot
Boer prisoners captured after Sept. 15.
The promoters of the privateering
plan intend to Ignore Mr. Krugcr's
refusal of their offer.
Russians Getting Active.
London , Aug. 20. The Russians , ac
cording to a special dispatch from
Shanghai , are beginning the fortifica
tion of New Chwang and are pushing
the railroad to the Korean frontier.
The Germans have leased additional
land nt Shanghai on which to build
For President of Cuba.
Havana , Aug. 20. A meeting was
hold yesterday attended by a number
of revolutionary generals and poli
ticians , representing all parties , to as
certain the practicability of agreeing
upon Scuor Estrada Palnia as u candi
date for the presidency of the republic.
City Wiped Out by Fire.
Paris , Aug. 20. A dispatch from
Basso-Terro , Island of Guadeloupe , says
that the town of Grand Hourg , Island
of Marle-Gelante. In the French An
tilles , has been destroyed by flro. The
town has a population of about 15,000.
Corporation Mad Its Innings
MONESSEN WORKS START UP.
Restoration of Two Other Properties
Crippled by Strike Amalgamated
Officials Say Skilled Men are Not at
Work Break st Chicago.
PlttHliiirK. Ann. 20. The Unite 1
HUU'it Stool corporation mudo a norlim
of giilnu yimtordiiy In tliu restoration I
of properties crippled by the titrlku of' '
the AmalKumatuit iiHiuiclullon and Kit
HymputhlzorH. The iiteel inlllu ut j
MonoBHon , lifter a long period of ! muj : j
tlvlty , were partly put In motion by
utrlku breakers gathered In Homo of
the Moiithoin utnles , two moro tnlllu
In the I'alntor plant woio nlno Htnrtod
up , and anothur mill at the Clark prop-1
crty WIIH operated for tliu tint time. . |
There WUH HOIIIU disorder In the iitrootn
of MOIIPHHOII durliiK thu duy , but the
local police never hint contiol of the
( lemuimtratlve crowds and there
uo uorloitH trouble. The leopening of
thu MOIIOHHOII mill Is believed to ho
llio IIrut of u series of iiKKresnlvo
moves on the part of the stuel corpor
ation. Propiirutlonu Hie known to bn
In proKrotw for reopening the Star tin
inlllH In thin city and for IncreiiHlni ; the
foreo ut the LlmUiiy & MoCutchoon
mills , and It IH thought to bo only a
mutter of tlmo before thu iitioiiKholilii
of the HtrlUorH , llko Newcastle , Mo-
Keenporl , Wheeling , Itollalro and
Mlngo Junction , will bo Invaded. The
BtrlkorH deny thut any leul progroHn
has been made at either Monessen or
Painters , and Hay that they me not to
bu frightened by tliu hunting of a lot
of coal and thu mere operation of ma
ohlnory. They Hay that Hkllled men
cannot bu secured oiitnldo of their
ranks and that none of their men are
deserting , despite elalmH to the con
trary. The managers of the Painter
mills claim pait of their two new
crews Is mailu up of old employes who
IIHVH come back to work.
The groatUHt light In this dint riot hi
for mastery at the DuquoHim mills of
the Carnegie company. Moth sides
ure working secret ly , the Amalgamat
ed association to extend Its organiza
tion and strength among the work
ers , and the steel company to block
any plan to get the men out. Neither
Hide lias shown Its strength yet nnd It
la Impossible to got any line on the
The men of the Pennsylvania works
of the National Tube company In thin
city joined tliu strikers last night and
It Is expected that the force In thu
Frankstown plant will follow them
today. About COO men loft the Ponn-
sylvanla works and It Is almost cer
tain that all of the remaining C > 00 will
join In the movement and completely
tie up the property. There are about
GOO men In the Knmhstown plant and
the total number of men uddod to thu
army of strikers by this movement
will bo about 1,800.
It Is reported that n portion of the
Second hrigndoof the National guard of
this slate , now In camp at Somerset ,
will bo kept under arms and at the
camp for Home tlmo In order to bo
ready to answer an emergency call for
strike duty. No confirmation of the
btory can bo obtained from the ollleers
of the guard or any of the Htato olfl-
rials. It IH not credited hero. A num
ber of anonymous inters , evidently
the work of some labor crank , have
boon written to officers of the guard.
BREAK COMES AT CHICAGO.
Twelve Amalgamated Men Go Out.
Shaffer Wired to Come.
Chicago , Aug. 20. A decided sensa
tion was created last night among
the stool workers In the llllonlH Steel
mills at South Chicago , when 12 of the
Amalgamated mon quit work and de
cided to join the strikers. These mon
heretofore hnvo steadfastly refused to
Btrlko. As soon as Vice President
Davis of the Fourth district was In
formed of the step those men had
taken , ho wlrod President Shaffer that
If ho would come to Chicago at once
and call a joint meeting of the local
lodges , the remainder of the men cm
ployed In the South Chicago plant
could be induced to strike.
Strike at Akron.
Akron , O. , Aug. 20. Because n non
union bollermnker refused to join the J
union and the company declined to' '
dlscharEO him , over 300 employes of
the Stirling Boiler company nt Bar
berton quit work yesterday and tho.
plant , which gives employment to' '
nearly COO. Is idle. The company has
made no statement as to the course lt |
Castro Has Trouble at Home ,
Wlllomstad , Curacoa , Aug. 20. ,
Senor Velleeas Pulldo , formerly presl- !
dent of the Venezuelan state of'
Guarlco and lately President Castro's i
minister of commerce , has been ar-1
rested in Caracas and also 35 other' '
politicians. President Castro contin
ues to encourage the Colombian Insur- ,
Turk is Inviting Trouble. j
Constantinople , Aug. 20. Two com-i
panics of Ottoman troops have occu-1
pled Kllsobar , disputed territory
across the Bulgarian frontier , and the
Bulgarian charge d'affaires has de-1
niandcd their recall within a specified' '
Reduction In Refined Sugar.
New York , Aug. 20. The American
Sugar Refining company and all the In
dependent companies have reduced all
grades of refined sugar 10 points , to
the basts of 0.23c for standard granu
that throbs , pains and
nchcs , or feels heavy , stuf
fy , dull or di/xy , is a poor
head to do business with.
It irritates the temper , up
sets the stomach , interferes
with digestion and wears
out the brain and nerves.
Make the nerves strong ,
the brain clear and your
head will be right.
"My licail would tacit ! to mvlm nmt
I would crow illz/y ami KO wrak nml
timnl ) thai I would fall to the floor.
Si-ice Ir Miles'
using Nervine I c n
work 16 hour * 11 day uiul foci i-ood. I
believe It nnved my life ami cannot
recommend it lee liii'lily "
W. G. WIIII-K , McGregor , Tern.
D * . Miles'
quiets the irritation , stimu
lates digestion and builds
up nervous health and
strength. Try a bottle.
Sold liy droughts on guarantee.
Dr. Miles Medical Co , lilkh.irt , Ind.
Pain Pills ,
At all drug itotn. 2S DOMI 2St.
Sped lies euro by acting dirootly upon
tliu iliHuiuii ) , without , exciting iliuordor in
nny otliur purl of tlio ttyritom.
no. CUIIKI. rmcu.
I l'i-vrr , ConirtnUoni , Inflammation * . , 'J3
\Vornm , Worm Kovw , Worm Colic. . . . 'J3
'I TriMlilnu.ColicCryingWakofulnona , U3
1 Ulnrrhrn , of Chllilrmi or AitulU 43
7 Conuli , Colili , Ilrimchltli U.1
H \rnrnliilii , Tootlincho , Kacoachn U3
Ili-mlnrhi * . Sick Hnmlivcho , VorlUo . , U5
10 Uviii > p laIniIlK iitlonWunknUniacli.U3
1 I huppri-Mnl or rnlnful I'nrloil * . . . . 'J3
IVt U'hllm , Too 1'rof into Periods VJ3
l.'t I'ritup , LnryniillU , Iloarsuunnn Ct3
1 l-Hnll Hliriini , Kryil | > oliu , Eruptlonji. . , U3
1.1 lllleiuiiBlliim , Itliouiiiatlo Paliin .M3
10 Mnlnrln. Chilli , FoToronJ Agua 23
ID ( ! nlurrh , ItirluorizA.Colil In the lleml .lt.1
U ( > -\Vliooi > lng.oii h < J3
U7 Kidney ItUcnur 23
JH-Ni-rron. llnbllltv 1.00
. ' 10 UrlnurvVrnkncm , WottlnuVotl Vt3
77 rli , Hny Fuvor 'J5
Dr. Iliimphniyii'Slnnimlof nil DUcMot nt your
DriiKKlnta or Mallcil Krc'O
Holil liy ilrilKKlsCn. or mint nil roooljitrif prlrn.
lliiniiiliroyu' Mu.l. Ca , Cue. William i Jobu Hu. ,
It UIH ; mini whim tin ) \Vnii | ' I'nir rtotoil tlmt
thin coiintoMIIII | | not > " MM i | iial in llfty
jijiirn. In all but tlio Kpucii occiipii-il , linuDvur ,
tlio I'aii-AmoriDiiii Dxpojition at Hiillnlo tliia
jdiir \\ill oxcul tliiiKruatitliiiwof 'tl.l.TliiH niDiini
that niori ) can bo hDDii in tlmtanm ImiKtli of
tinii ) at the Pan-\ni'rican anil with IUBH nf tlio
f.itiuiio anil u ariin > itH that wait nnuvoiiliiblo at
tliu U'nrlil'it Finr.
Tlio nxliihllH will bo variDil , intiiri'i-tinu anil
inrlruutivi ) . ami the iniirmt > miiit ) in tlnnrcolon-
tin . anil tlm iiiiiniiDr in wluoh tlmy aru ilU-
iila\iil. ilno to HID oxiMiriiMic-i ) uainoil by nx-
liibltorH at tin ) ruciMit un-at KxiKi ltiom * . uill IMI
\or > nolicDablii In tin ) varinty , quality , nov-
nit ) nml nninbor of itn DntortainniDnt foatnriH ,
tlm llnlTaln KxiioHition will niiriMHrt all othnrM.
Tlinro are ililturi.'iit rutiw fur tickotit with
iliirnrDiit llmitH , nml if > on uxpoct to vi iL
llnlTalo , anil will konil jour aililroAtt to the nn-
iliir iK'iinil. tin ) nitiirtiiow in ulToctwill bo ( jnotiil
5011 anil 5011 will bu kupl nilvipcil of uny
An nrtixtlc Ixxiklot. bountifully IlliiAtrnliHl ,
ami umiiu a cimrino ihihcnptiiHi of this urnat
lxx ? | > nitiijn. will IM iiiailt-il fri'n to all imiuirors ,
J. F MiilHY : ,
Aenl ( iunl. I'a K.itunt ,
Anyone tending n xlcctch nnd description may
quickly uncertain our opinion free whether an
Invention Is probably patentanlo. ronmiunlcn-
tlonsntrlctlycoiitldentlal. Handbook on I'ateuts
sent free. Oldest nircncy fur securing patenti.
Patents taken throuim Jlunn & Co. receWe
tptcinl notice , without charge , la the
A handsomely Illustrated weekly.
culatlon of any nclentltto Journal , -i emu , . | a
year : four months , II. Bold by all newsdealer * .
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