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I Leader J MoOorratek McCormtck ro ormlokmllllCa1turer maguta0turOr nunufaituror ol olthe ofJ
J the tht famous harvesters anti binders bhid binders rs dl died d In InChicago IIII 1nChicago
I Chicago of pneumonia pneumoniaSamuel pneumonlnSamuel pneumoniaSamuel
Samuel Compere president presJ t of the th Amerl Amerlcan Amerlt
1 can reiteration of Libor Labor LalJ lots hn returned from fromit
a trip to Havanii HavaniiThe lIavnnllrhe lfavnnaThe
The natlounl convention < of the thl Populist Populistparty Iopullstpurt Populistparty
y party purt will 1111 be hell iu Sioux fulls South Da Dakotii DaJ
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Tho IJrltlsU steamer llestormol sank In the tlieDelaware tllOI theLu
I Delaware IJ Lu nwnra wllro lllver Sho was WII loailcd lonllo with ncargo n ncargo nI nlug
cargo < lug of wheat wheatA
A fifteenyearold titteeu yenr old boy has hn been banished banishedfrom bnnlshel1I bnntshetifrom
from Massachusetts IIUBnehu tts by Ii order or r of the court for forforging forf
11 f forging a chock chockWllliuui chockWllllum ehoekh
h Wllliuui U Baard the nrtl artist t died In New NewYork New1rk Newi
i York YorkThe Yorki 1rk 1rki
i i I The 111 Western Union Telegraph lole laph Company Companyhas Compnnyhni Companyhat
has bought all thu thlllllltl lines of th the Deueret Tele Telegraph feloi ¬
i I graph rlplt Company omplIl heretofore owuod and opor operated oporeted ¬
i ated liy the Mormon Church CburehUwnrrs ChurchOwner ChIlNIsI
I Owner JIn rs of oyster 0t6r twIa l la 1 In Now York Now NowJersey KjvJlIr NewJersey
Jersey JlIr and 1111 < 1 Conneolluut COllue Uuut are making llkln efforts lTortll to touoiubitk toI toe0It
I uoiubitk e0It The proposed company la to have hovou
r i u capital ot e16000 16000000 16000000Governor 900 900GoyernorTyler
I Governor GoyernorTyler Tylnr of Virginia cog co ii plained plainedto
I to the th Senate that balls hill were uhiuiged after afterth ueteri
j i they th tllI < > y ImdpnBBOd had pnssell tho Senate and IIl d buforo com coming cOInI cotnLug ¬
I Lug lu Into his hands handsThe handsThe
The 1111 steamer Tiiormtnn from Santos ur urrived urrlnd arrived
rived at New York wltli ono yqllowfuver yqllowfuverpatient Yellowdevetputlent
1 patient on board A ilroman had died lod and andwas andI andwas
I was burled burle at sea seaTho B seaI II III
I Tho Alfa Hotel nt Southern Soutllornlln Pines s n nwinter ftwlntlr awinter
winter resort in Yorth ortU Carolina wasburued wasburuedLoss wuburlledi watburnedLoss
i I Loss 120000 20000 All tho guests escaped escapedThoJlnpld oscnpdIII oeenpcdThe
III ThoJlnpld The I1npld Transit rnlUlt Subway SubWII Construction ConstructionCompany ConstructioDCODlInny ConstructionI
I Company was Incorporated at Albany with witha withill
ill 1 a Capital npltllior ot ono million dollar dollarDim tJollnr3Dan dollarsI
I Dan It 31Ilnuna Hnuua a 1 son on ot thtr tll senator was wasmnrrkd wasmnrried
mnrrkd Innrrl 11 la Glenvllle 0 to Mrs Mr Daisy Dais Gor Gordon Gordun Gordun ¬
dun Maud 1audL MaudP and
P 1 L I McCarthy McCnrtll a farmer was WR frown to tod todeath todeath
d death th near New BrunswJi nruultr > kH N Jdero J Jftfente Jfro
dero < ftfente < fro ttI t W h PlorM VJrl t 11l 3wan t d 1 he straWberry itrawDorrytfrcji straWberryII
tfrcji Ir1 rep and tho th ehrhyiegptabies ehrhyiegptabiesThe parly vegetable vegetableTholftrgo egPtablerhe
II Tholftrgo The largo Ingrahnmvllia Mill at Paw Pnwturfcit Inwhwlat Pawtuekct
turfcit U I was wn destroyed by fire flroDaivlol fireDlIltol tiroDardol
Daivlol Qetzendnnnor died dlellllt at his home in inClmriwitownW InClIlIrllllton inCbnrltwtownW
ClmriwitownW ClIlIrllllton CbnrltwtownWSenator W Vu VuSenator YI1tlmtor
Senator Lodges venerable mother died at othur atbur atbur
bur home In Bostont Boston BostonTom DOftonfolu
t Tom Gould tho notorious New York dive divekeeper divekeeper divekeeper
keeper died diedTrain diedt led ledI
Train T rom the mainmast pf ot the ship Shennn Shennndoah Shenandoah henllndoah
I doah lying at San Francisco the ashes of ofWalter ofIi
Ii 1 Walter S Blnuehnrd were scattered to tho thofourwincU thoCOllr thefour
four fourwincU fourwincUHoward winds whldtlIownrll windsif
if Howard H I Gardner of Stroudsburg Pn Pawas Pnwas PnII
II was held In f1000 1000 ball In Philadelphia on onthe onthe
the charge l b rSo of using the malls tor fraudulentpurposes fraudulent fraudulentpurposes
I purposes purposesGen purposesGen
I Gen E C CWllIlnms Williams i a veteran ot the thoWoxlcnn theIcnn thetuxicnn
Woxlcnn Icnn and Civil War died at bU home homela homoIII homen
la Chapman Pa PaSavon latuven PaSeven
Seven hundred journeymen tailors of Chi Chicago Chieago Ctileago ¬
eago have been locked out bytbo by o merchant merchantUillurf merchantIdlurl merchanttapirs
tapirs UillurfDeftVwiM tapirsl Idlurl IdlurlI
I DeftVwiM llertl l was recorded In Norfolk conveying conveyingto
to tin VanderbUta railroad properties Iu IuVirgin larfrllnln inVirginia
Virgin Virginia rfrllnlnbll VirginiaThu In InTb
Tb Thu bll upholstery manufacturer In Pblla Phlluit Pblladulphln Ibllll1I1IIhln
it dulphln rejected tho scale offered by tbo tboweavers thoVln
1 weavers weaversA tvcaverssqunti Vln er erA
A A squad ot negro soldiers from Fort Dills 1113raided Dillsrllhlell Blissraided
raided the th pollee station In 131 Ia Pnson sou Texas TexasIj Textsto lexilI +
I Ij I rclnoBivn comrade A light ensued lu luwblnh luwllioh
f which one policeman and onu soldier were worekilled wereI werekilled
I killed killedCharles IdIiClIIt
It hif Charles F 1 it Stflll brought suit in Carlisle Carlisleagainst ORrllloasnlust Carlislel
against persons who remonstrated against againsttho againstthe
l I the granting ot It liquor llconin to him himcharging blmi humcharging
i I charging that they made llbolous Ilbolousstate Ilbolousstatetuenta state stateIU stlltelucnts
IU lucnts lucntsI ntft ntftCharlei
I Charles Gregory was committed for tho thogrand thorllnlljaf thei
i grand rllnlljaf Jury of the Princess Anno Vn Court Courton Courton
I on tho charge ot uoinmlttlng a felonious n nmult liS liSult asvault
vault ult on Fauno Half fourteen years old oldGovernor oldlI1Vornor olduovernor
Governor Tyler of VIrglun signed the thebill linetill
bill for the incorporation of tho tl1l1JUJllor junior Order Orderof Ordorof Orderof
of American fchuIOl MeehtutasThe M fchuIOlfile chvucd chvucdThe
The AbbottDowning Company manufac manufacturer mnnurncI mnnutacturera ¬
turer turera of carriage nod and wagons lu Concord ConcordN
I N II niadoan rullllt 111I nsil nsaltnmont nsaltnmontI nmont nmontWill
f I Will WlJ1lJuz But colored who confessed having havingn hlllo hllloI havingatcmptud
n tempted to to lynch Iy < lt Mrs 0 L L1Vooks Weeks was wnslynched waslynched WIjIyncited
I lynched near Alknu lkIJII 8 t C CSuit C81It CSuit
Suit was filed le In till Federal Court in inChattanooga InI haC
I Chattanooga C tlunORII attacking the constitutionality constitutionalityof
I of the Bankruptcy law lawHaven InwI lawseven
I Haven miners went wer caught In a snow dada slldalu IlldeIu
f lu tl1vr Hllvt Lake Basin Colorado AH Ill Wero Weroinved weresaved
I saved tll but one onePrtioldcnt oneIrealdent I II
I Prtioldcnt Eliot has opened opcnO Harvard Sum Summor SumI Summer
I mor School to cue thousand Cuban teachers teachersfree tencberllj teachersfree
j free tr 1I of aliarge obnrge1rnnk aliargeFrank hnrgeJrnnk
Frank P 1 Brown rnwn a tt student at ont of Ohio Wes Wealeynn Weslenll Wesleyan
leynn University Unlver It Delaware Ohio was shot ehotfrom sbotINm shotfrom
from ambushTha ambush ambushThe nmllushTho
The West Virginia miners miners again ngnfri advanced advancedtho al111ntooI advancedlho
I tho tho11rleo price otcoalM otcoalMProf or coal I Ilor aProt
Prof William Ullam t n > Sumner I1mnur In hU remarks remarkable remarksbits ¬
bits 1 > 111 address nddrc made male In Now Haven Ct eon ooatended oonuD eonleaded
tended uD etl that bat only ten per cent ot married marriedpeople mnrrledpeoplo marriedpeople
people realized the ideals with which they
began b ln married life lifeMrs lite1l5 lifeMrs
Mrs 1l5 Madeline Millar sued Dr Prank H Hliuntcf nbllnlcl HBarnes
Barnes proprietor of a sanitarium in Btam Stamford Btamford Btamror
ford ror < l Ot In n tho Buprorao Court C Ult for 658000 658000for e60OOOfr 60000 60000for
for false imprisonment iu looking her up In Inhis InhIs inbb
his asylum nnylumUtuto MIlumIJtnto asylumttato
Ututo Senator II I Bradley of Mississippi Mississippiwas
was that whllo sitting at a hotol table la laJlnyuiond fAHAywond laItnymond
Jlnyuiond Miss 11119 by Mw Ida Idl Bolls BollsWllllnm DollsWllllnm BoilsWilliam
Wllllnm Smallvrood while cleaning n uplito nlbtol nIlttul
plito lbtol In Norfolk Vs accidentally klllod killedhi klllodItl klllodhis
hi his halfbrother Sylvauus 5hnuu Brownhlll BrownhlllCnptalo BrownhlllCaptain
1 Captain Woodhousv of the Prince Lino Linotrainer Llnotanel Linosteamer
trainer Asiatic Prlnco from Santos to New NewVorlc Ne Neorlc Newark
Vorlc ark died dll1 < at sea seaImthar sonI seaInther
I Imthar Ache was found frozen fro n to death on onHie onth onthe
the th outskirts of Portsmouth Jlort moutb VA
the Tho Look Book Committee COll1ml te of the th Methodist MethodistRpUcopnl MethodistEpiscopal aIetholllstRIIcOI
Episcopal RIIcOI > 1I1 Church nt Its It session In Chicago Chlcngollxcd Ohlcngothu Chicagotlxrd
llxcd the salaries alllrl of the effective bisbops at atSurrogate atino at47iO1
47iO1 ino mlolot1nry Uh 1 > I hQ1s hQpe tt 4lbD1 tO tOturzoHllto
Surrogate VJtgornhJ JtiguralJ In Now York de decided lieclded decided ¬
cided that the Vanderbilt llvc livemillion million trust trustfund trustfunlll trustfund
fund funlll U not exempt exol pt from tho th Inheritance Inheritancetax Illburltnncutax
tax taxO
0 B Mnrklu Jr Co anthracite coal mine nilnooperators mlnooperlltors mineoperators
operators have Increased thu wages l1g 8 of tbolr tbolrlRCO tLolcIRCO
lRCO employes flv five per cent cuntMrs centMrs ellntIrs
Mrs Irs Thomas McKeati of PhlUdiOphla PhlUdiOphlaban
ban given B yen 525000 25OOO to the University of ofPuunaylviinla orPunnllylvllnill ofPuunsylvnnln
Puunaylviinla PuunaylviinlaJfr Puunsylvnnlnr1
Jfr r r1 Montciilu 13ntolllll1 OUham Id ham cleric of Aoaomno AoaomnoVn ADcemroYe
Vn 11 County Court committed suicide by byShooting l lfjIlOOLlu byshooting I
fjIlOOLlu Shooting hltueelt at Kit JI homo how oOIIl nt Accomne AccomneCoiuthougf JccllnnoCourthouit AcctmneCourthouse
Courthouse Jlr Oidhrm i dhrtn llrtn Win WIL about llftylive llfty llftyllvo IUt IUtIho
live years old OI uud hud liceu clerk of Acconine Acco Accouiae AceoUIRC
nine couily for or twenty twent y Yllllr YllllrHult yunrsSuit rn rnSuit
Suit was Died hi the Circuit Ch cnlt Court ourt In Frank Frankfort Frankrort Frankfort ¬
fort Ky K by t < lovijruor lotrnor Taylor to onjolu enjnluBeekham onjoluBetiliham rnJoluDeokhom
Betiliham and Ce Cimlltwnmi Cf + Uenttm from sxerotohig tho thefuncllonA thofUIICloM thofunction
function ct the respective olUamthoyulalm olUamthoyulalmBeakbnm OlUdl olliceh they claim clnlmDI claimDeukhnm
Beakbnm DI llIm also lint a suit against Taylor TaylorJude1nir fdylorJiidno 1lorJlldjr
Jiidno Jude1nir Tnlr lIIC In tho feilornl court sitting > IUIII In InCltioinnatl InCltlolllllnU inClnehantl
CltlolllllnU Cltioinnatl ducttlad 1cdlt < 1 that he knit IUIIIIH nooribttitl nooribttitljurisdiction no orhIII1 orhIII1Jurledleljou odghtnlJurlsdlcliou
jurisdiction but lIu that the tll fliif ease lIfl might Inl al becarded booar booarrled Irolatrlell
rled to the Sluprome huprane Cour l u 01 0 wrt t t of IC > error wtror1lnods errorFloods rror rrorFloods
Floods did < t cutisMarublj tt Ii1eruhie dauingo IlIIUIO bath lu luNew laNIw InNew
New Kiigliiud Em laud and nJ the lie fsoulli lIlh Tows ty 11 Vor Vormotit VIrmonl Varmoat
moat MRascliiKvUs MII8SIl 11IfClb awl utoui aloug th the CtiutUi CtiutUihooahle Ctultn11000hle ChalUShooahie
hooahle River In Ueorgn loorI were vcro ilwdud ilwdudIwrtit IIlul1lV
Iwrtit lV 1 cerdy lll y1v9 10 ant < nt It of the twontynlue honlnlnu stool Btcolthcnt IItooleMut stoolshoat
shoat mlHp base llIio cflJlhlntll cteabiuedhenry cr cflJlhlntlllIenr > mbiuod mbiuodHenry
Henry lIenr C Iloblnacn JloblU u ezmnyor js vlllllOr ntayor of Hartford HartfordCt
Ct died dllllilt ut his blilJoml blilJomlABQUT home homeABOUT homeABOUT
General Donmerce tho senior officer of ofthe ortbe ofthe
the French Array Arm is W i years old oldSir oldSir oldSir
Sir John Lubbock now title Lord Ave Avebury Aveburyl Avebuy
bury buryl Is derived from an estate in Wiltshire Wiltshirewbloh Wlll Wiltshirewhich hlro hlrowblolt
which hasn Druldlcnl monument finer ItU ItUgalil It IJ IJSIIIl issail
galil sail than Stonehenge StonehengeMaj StonebeIlKJlaj StonehengeMaJ
Maj S J A Denlson Denlsonl Toronto has been bocnupftfllntttd boo boonpPolntttd beennppolntod
upftfllntttd aUle nideetia detllICflnlp dB cBnip on 1U6 111 jwrSOtml jwrSOtmltnff IltIrSOtlaltn11 irtlohal irtlohalstntt
stntt tnff of General Lord Boborts and will 111 b bthe LII LIIthe belate
the reprotiontatlvo vo of the Canadian con contingent contingent Oll Olltlngent ¬
tingentJudge tingent tingentJudge tlngentTUllge
Judge Tuff the baud of the t o now Pblllp Pblllppliiu Pblllpplu Philippine
pine plu Commlfslou stands 6 feet 10 with Ith the thefull theCnll thefull
full quota quot ot flesh for his height has bright brighteyee brlgbteYtl brighteyes
eyes n 1 healthy glow on his face and anllsprlngy anllsprlngystlp springy springystop springysteps
stop stopBishop stlplll stepsBishop
Bishop lll hol Potter Episcopal of Now York YorkIs 1011I ork orke
I Is e paid pnktto nlllto to knot knovvfhU + bl bit Jlloleoiwolltbat jtl tlble le so ovwalltbat wnhlahat In liitho liithoh the thehurry thehurry
h hurry lrry ol rapid speech he can thud any pas patssage passage pnsslIge ¬
sage he requires just us 1 n musicians lingers ttngerJcan lingerscan nngernn
can nn find any key on on ii a piano pianoTho pianorlto pianoThe
The death ot the Mnrqulsof Lothian re removes remofS removes ¬
moves n familiar unit prominent figure from fromthe fromtbu frornthu
the House of Lords He had sat at in it t for for 30 30years 30enrs 30yunrs
years enrs and no man was butter acquainted acquaintedwith IloqunlntetlwIth acquaintedwithn
with nil Its forms and procedureCharles procedure procedureCharles lrooedllro lrooedllroOhnrles
Charles G Bennett mnett of Brooklyn tho new newSecretary newSucretay newSecretary
Secretary of the United fctatos Senate has hasbeen hn hnlJeen hasbeen
been Identified entlDell with Ith Empire State S lt politics politicsfor POIJUCIItor polltieafor
for many years He was the Bepubllcan BepubllcanCongressional ltepnblloanConglts ItepubllcanCongressional
Conglts Congressional lounl nominee from thu Fifth ltth Now NowYork Noworl NowYork
York orl district districtTho llstrlctTbo districtThe
The address nt the oommenoement exorcases exor exorcises excrclsc8 ¬
cases of the University ot Michigan next nextJune nextlnnll nextJuus
June will be delivered by b John M Coulter CoulterPh C Coulter1h ulter ulterlh
Ph D bend professor of botany lu the theUniversity tboUuhersll theUniversity
Uuhersll University of Chicago and formerly presi president pres president I IIent ¬
dent ot the University of Indiana and of ofLake orInko ofLake
Lake Forest University UniversityMlflS UniversitylI UniversityMiss
Miss lI s Mary Wilkins the authoress nowsays now nowsays 1I0WIInrA
says that she Is not one ot the committee committeewhich committeIvllieb committeewhich
which will examine nil candidates for memo membership memoLershlp momborehip ¬
bership Iu the Boston Authors Club Her Heronly 1I0ronly lie lieonly
only connection with tbo olub rl 1J hn hlllt been JIcn to toallow to tonllow toallow
allow tho usa of her name und IJIl to attend ndinner n ndinner nlllnner
dinner In Its Interest InterestMme Intcreost1lme InterestMine
Mme Bejanefl fnllura to appear nt the theTheatre the1hlatre theTheatre
Theatre dEcoles Paris lu her famous char character ehnrn charpeter ¬
peter n < 1tr of Mme Sans Gene was due It appear appearto nppenrto appears appearsto
to her l1 r discovery dlseoer on olloll4nlng owning her trunks on ontier 011her ontier
tier return rut urn to tho capital that till ol tier snag magnificent mn mnultlcent snagilleeut ¬
nificent illeeut gowns had boon ripped to shreds shredsTho shrcdsXbo shredsThe
The wardrobe thus ruined was worth more morethan morethlln morethan
than 40000 franc The actress actr believes that thata
a member of her own company compllnyn u jealous jealouswoman jenlollllwomunIs jealotniwomanIs
womunIs woman Is responsible for the net netProf actlroC netlrof
Prof Itobert E Hloronymous of Eureka EurekaCollege Eurekaollel EurekaCollege
College ollel lJ nt Eureka III Ili has been be chosen chosenPresldunt cbosl1Iresldunt chosenIresldunt
Iresldunt to succeed Dr J H IL yiardluwhose Hardlu Hardluwhose Hurdlnwh08
whose resignation Is to take tnk effect In Juuei JuueiPresident June Junelresl Junolresldent
President lresl < 1ent Anderson An ereon of the Southern Mor Mormon bforf bforfmon or or11on ¬
mon mission field U authority nu borlty for the theBtntemont theAtutemont theetntemont
Btntemont that there are 1800 Mormons In InSouth InSouth inSouth
South Carolina and 10000 In n 11 Southern SouthernStates South HouthoruSlaws w wItntes
States StatesAlthough SlawsAlthough ItntesAltltough
Although Pope Leo XIII Is n nonogcnnr nonogcnnrIan nonojcnnrlall nonogennrIan
Ian be It by no means tho oldest of the sue successors sueCefiSors suecessors ¬
cessors of St Peter That distinction be belongs 1Iulougt bulongs ¬
longs to lope Agathon who reigned from from03C fromOSG
03C to 033 and died nt tho ago ot 107 yearsPope years yearsPopo yoarslopo
Pope Gregory Orelory1X IX 1241 was 99 when he hedied heIIIII hedied
died Celwtln III 1198 Ms 92 Gregory GregoryXIII
XIII 1417 01 and John J bu XXII 1330 M MProf DOlrof 00Irot
Prof Hudolph clones the thlHmilnentGermoll thlHmilnentGermollorltlc thoeminent eminent German Germanorltlc Germancritic
orltlc who has h8111101l0 done so much to popularize popalarizethe popularizetho lJOpllarlzethe
the study 8tu < 1y of Shakespeare Sltn kOSIJearu in Germany hits hiwjust hIlSJust hitsjust
just celebrated his 75th birthday anniver anniversary IUJnlvorijnr annlvereery ¬
sary saryTbo ijnr eeryThu
ijnrTbu Tbo first lady student to be received into intothe Intotlto intothe
the Chicago Theological Seminary Is MIa MIaFlorence Misl Mlet MletFlorence
Florence l loronce Fenshnrn I professor > r of Old Testamentllteraturo Testa Testament 1etnmentllterature
mentllterature ment literature In the American Collojjo ollugofoz Collogoforgirls ollugofozgirls for forgirls
girls In Constantinople ConstantinopleBev Constantinople11ev
Bev Albert Beyscnlng ono ot the most mostprominent mOlltprominent mostprominent
prominent Lutheran pastors in Germany Germanyhas Gormnnyhns Germanyhas
has oomo to this country to start 1 a move movement movtment snovomoat ¬
ment to raise funds for the building of n nmemorial II IImemorllli amemorial
memorial church la Speyers a little town townnear townnelr townnear
near Warms where the Information really reallystarted reaUyItarted reallystarted
startedThe started startedTho ItartedTho
Tho Frenoh forceo In the Central Soucan Soucandefeated SoulandoCeated Soutandefeated
defeated In 11111 a big battle llabah tho principal principalchieftain prtnolpnlohlertaln principalchieftain
chieftain and the strongest opponent of tb tbextension tl List Listextension > > > 1oxtenslon
extension of French Influence IntheSoudau IntheSoudaullnUau In n the Soutl4u Soutl4u11l1blh Soudanllabahe
llnUau losses were over 2000 killed
Thorough Iollcn Sy Sytteflt t hJlI ii Similar tnCnnn tnCnnncllm t tp > Cnlll CnlllIIm Carandlan
cllm Mounted nUllrtl1l UuirdH to be TriedArm TriedArmud Trlyd Arm ArmOtt
ud Insurgent Will s III 1i 1 beIrcutetl < > Treated > + Guar OuiiIlllun UUIlIIJIIMJerlIllIlIlIon GuarAtlas
Illlun lIIJIIMJerlIllIlIlIon = Teriiilniitlun of Rules f4ctlte f4ctlteYnrruru f irtlvv irtlvvVbrlUru IU IUW
W VbrlUru rll1re lln line Already Atrlul Item UtlnuI 1eclnreaWashington I UtlnuIWusblngtoll lnr lnrWashington
Washington CHpMlnl SpednlSaeord Ancorrtmg ng to In Information Inrormatlon lnshlagton a anrunttoh ¬
formation received nt the War Department Departmentfrom l Departmentfrom > 1nrtmant 1nrtmantrrolll
from Manila with the jjirt md of th the present prt > sent ex exdltlon eXpedillon exx
pedillon x > + dltlon ot General Bate Into the two pro provlnceH provOtees I Itlleell
vlnceH at the uMrtimo Ixt exirtttito rtlme southern part of this thnIlmid tbllbiliud thisIsland
Island of Luzon military mllltllr operations lu the thePhilippine thelblllpplnt1 thelhilipplnes
Philippine will close closeAfterward clollArttlrwtud closeAfterward
Afterward there thIJ U nothing IOtllln to do but to toundertake 10IIntlllrtaLe touadertake
undertake to maintain order through a apolice npollIo aP
P police lieesystem y Yltllm tem It is said l1h thnt attention Ir Irnow I IIIOW Is Isnow
now being given gl > en to that nulJ lUbJHlt ct nod it Itil Itilru step stepire p paro >
ire ru being ttikanto taken to form a thoroughly mobile mobilelightly InolllleIllobtly mobilelightly
lightly armed gendarmerie oometblnK on oniho 011hl onhu
iho hl hu order of the tiunrfdlnn lnlitlnn mounted polloc pollocto
to cover the islands nt nil points and conservo con cocserve conervo
serve ervo the energies of tho regular troop troopflTho troopTh troopsThe
The Th arrewt of n Tiigal rJI nl on the charge ol olbeing ofbeing If IfbeIng
being n guerrilla iia reported from ManlU ManlUIt
It la 111Iald said nt the department marks the tll Ini ialtlatlon Initiation lultlltlon ¬
tiation of another policy toward thr the > In Iniurgunts IDlurgtlnts isiurgents
iurgunts who still remain under nnni arm or orrather orruther orrather
rather tho development of tho old policy polleytOWard policytoward poll polltcHynrd
toward the thaloglnl logical outcome of nnunsucceen nnunsucceentul nnunsucctlflCui naunsucceestut
tul rebellion rebellionAs rewllolliu rebellionAsthetlhmmary
Asthetlhmmary As tbw tl nummary punishment ofgunrrlllns ofgunrrlllnsMunot or gnoulllll9 gnoulllll9Unjt guerrlllasnunot
Munot Unjt be and until some notion JUon has been beentaken beentaken beentaken
taken to declare ecilire the termination ot the ap application nppllcatlon tippllcntion ¬
plication ot the rules ot war It is assumed assumedit t1I umcI umcIt
it t the War Department Dep ltmllnt that General Otis OtUtins OtislIn Otisbas
tins lIn already issued Ii < sue some ome kind of a II procla proclanation proclnrnatlon prods prodsmatlon
nation or notine to the be natives nnth warning then thenhat tbomhnt themthat
hat It they defy deT the ruleo of t war nnd pur purmo purIUtl purtueIi
tueIi mo n Ipre predatory l ory warfare they tlW will bo treated treatedThe trelll trenteiltsguerrlllni 1 111IunerrlllollVlto11IIpturetl
tsguerrlllni 11IunerrlllollVlto11IIpturetl 11IunerrlllollVlto11IIpturetllbe wtteucaptured wtteucapturedThu
The President In IfldevotlllglleeltllttonUon devoting special attention attentionx
x A 0 > thu formation of tho now Philippine Cornrnlssiou Com Commission ComIIlsslon ¬
mission noting on the advice nd vlcl that the army urinyhas I1rmyhas armyhas
has mtohod tho end of Its It functions In the theIslands theISItLlllls theIslands
Islands nnd that the limo 1 Is ripe for Cqr the 03 usinbilshmaat 03tnblljhmnnt I IraLJII
tnblljhmnnt raLJII hmflnt of civil governments throughout through throughout throughlIut
out the nrchlpolngo It U hoped that the tliopersonnel thepersonnel I Ipllrsonne1
personnel can bo bocompletol boeompleteclbeforuthe complete before beCorothu tho end ot otiioxt ofbuxt I IClt
iioxt Clt weok It appear thnt Mr Donby lIlIby wasb11114ed WAS WASSMlgwi wasoblltoo
SMlgwi todtfollhe to t tlbll reappointment ns III a com commissioner cornthlssloner ¬ I I11111loner
missioner on account ot physical phslcn1lnnbllIty inability to towithstand towllhAland towithstand
withstand tho tbobllrd hard work that will ba in involved involved ¬
I Iolell
volved olell through tho effort to visit all of the theIslands tboblulW4 theIsiaads
Islands and sot Setup tip local governments governmentsnn
nn j Jc J KKKrrY Kl1rl IIIKS DI1Slyas IIIKSUoi nl1 S
WIlt liliworciHir 1lllKuve1 of Ih the lie Gold Cure for lolDrunkfuncm for1ruakeuaese I
Drunkfuncm DrunkfuncmLos 1ruakeuaeseIoa I IIos
Los Angeles Ango s Cal SpeolaUDr Leslie LeslieE IesheE
E Kealey lltler of Gold Cure lame died suddeniy sud suddenly Iudllnly ¬
denly llnly at his winter home bom near here boreDr hereDr bereDr
Dr Keeley came hero recently from Mi hifhome Mihome liltbomu
home in In Dwight III IIIDr IIIDr IIIDr
Dr Leslie E Keoley was ot Irish extras wstrnetlon uxlrnctlon extrastion
tlon und un spent s > nt his early enrlyyenN years In St Law Lawteuao LlLwrlllWJ Lawreuee
teuao county New York Ho was gradu graduated gratluutelllt gradurated ¬
rated utelllt at thu Bush Medical College In Chi Chicago ChicUIO Qhbeago ¬
cago in 1064 and served for n tlmo there thereafter thllr thllrIlrler theresifter ¬
after as a surgeon In the army armyAt Ilrm IlrmAt armyAt
At the close of this experience ho settled settledIn sottledIn settledIn
In Dwight III where he continued experi experiment oxpt1rl11I0 oxperlmeet ¬
meet 11I0 t resultlll resulting In the announcement that thntafter tbllturter thatutter
after 20 years enrs ot laborious application to t the thetask th thIMk thelack
task hu had set bins blnifiulf whf to uocompllsh be hehad behud bebad
had discovered 11J coertJll a aura for drunkenness drunkennessThis IlrIlUklDulssIhllt drunkennessibis
This Is the system known us the Kooloj Koolojgold Koeloygolol Kecloygold
gold cure und In I h applied IIppll d to the treatment treatmentaud treatmentand treatmentand
and cure of Inebriety and the uso of nar nnrcotlo narcollll narcotlu
cotlo drugs nt the Kueloy lustltutus In the thedifferent tiledlfleruJJt tledllleruut
different parts of the country In 1602 602 Dr DrKeolvy DrKeol DrKeeley
Keolvy Keol y brought suit ngnlnst tho London LondonLancet London1lntlet LondonLaneet
Lancet teeauseof t Icaus or the uommcnti made b bthat IIIIlIt by bylint
that journal upon hl his gold treatment for fordrunkenness fordrunkllnliUlB fordrurnkeutiss
drunkenness but n year Ollr afterward ubun ubunJonid ubundoud chinadotted
dotted the action and Inl11111 pull < l the tb costs coiiteMany costsMany < 08111 08111llIn
Many llIn persons who have subjected them themselves themselvw themselves
selves to the treatment have subsequently subsequentlyorgauUtxl sulleequontlorgnnued subsequentlyorganised
orgauUtxl themselves Ih msjlve9 into gold g lrl clubswhiob clubs clubswhloh clllll clllllwuloJ
whloh in If turn have formed forlne < 1 n national or orjanlantlon orgnnlltltlon organlsntlon
janlantlon known as the tit Keeley League LeagueHits League311tH
Hits IAWTONS LA WrONS UKATlTirtlK UKATlTirtlKThe U1t1lrI1DI1h lt1tAT1XUDIlThe
The 1h Soldiers Sohlllll Widow ilto Ttinder Her Thanks Tliitutcifor Tllllllk8r11 Thanksfor
for Nations > nllon tlift tliftVYnshlngtou tllftViisltlngtou lift liftVeshngtou
VYnshlngtou HiaeiilMrs Speulal Mrs Lawton line Inacantle linemade IlIsmllolll
made the following acknowledgment of the thereceipt tltereoelpt thereceipt
receipt of thu home fund fundPewte fUlldlletDfe toadfewve
Pewte YaHey tlltI JCy liyDoer Dear oor General Corbln CorblnHuch Cor CorbinSuch ln lnBueh
Such kindness as n yours can never bo Ix > rof rotfald rotfaldand rooall rooallnud aid aidand
and my heart Is I very full when I try to thank tlinkyou thankyou thankyou
you Words seonr seenrvory nrery very poor at such n 1 time timeWill tll1l8Will timeWill
Will you please pl aClbJI btllfvo O that I 1110 do appreciate uppreelateIt
It and ant all my lIfo will 11I111101 find comfort in there thereluombruncu the re relIumbrnneo renlumbnanee
luombruncu luombruncuThe lIumbrnneoThe nlumbnaneeThe
The universal unlversnlleelfng feeling ivhsleh hlch prompted such aueliwondHrful AuchvootJllrtnllJtnoNlty suchroaderful
wondHrful vootJllrtnllJtnoNlty generosity from the nation Is scbeautiful sc scbeautiful seIltmUri
beautiful to mu and nnllso so dear my gratitude U UInexpressibly UIJJeXprl8slbly isInexpressibly
Inexpressibly profound profoundIt
It has tts relieved the one anxious thought thoughtHenry thouhlHunr thoughthoary
Henry Hunr would oultl have had und I do not know knowhow knowhow knowhow
how to thank you yO or thu nation Believe me mewith 111UIVltt taewith
with kind tInt regards r gllrda Very Yel sincerely sincerelyMa 8Incerlll 8IncerlllUtBf sincerelyMane
The fund as turned over by General Our Ourblu Corbin Curbtu
bin to Mrs rs Luwton amounted to < r9 Ol460 Ol460May 450 450SIny 4 O OIIIRY
SIny Select General Wright WrightWashington wrlJhrWD rlght rlght1Vashington
Washington WD blnJton Spoclhllt la IIIIUIIINtoOI IIIIUIIINtoOItI understood nnthrrstoodthat understoodtliat
that tI t the President lrlsl ent has practlcnlly pmotlcnll pnieticallydecided decided to to1unn to1IIIoint toappoint
appoint Gen Luke E WrIgh Wrlllht t or Mom Iomphl nhis nhisTuna
Tuna u m member mtxr of tlio to a now nowlhlllpplne Philippine Com Comminion OomI11I8tlon om ommission
minion General Wright U believed to hove hoveth bl1nIht havethe
th the Indorsement of Judge JUdgorart Tilt the president prealdenlof
of the rQmnlwtW I
Jlurcnu Attnclieo Accused ACOll Clt of Attemptlne ofttleugtingsilo AttemptlneSiilo UtmlUIIIoalo
silo of Iiirurtnatlon lururllUitiollAu An AJlegod AllegodOffer AJlegodOffor AJ1ufotlO
Offer O lIr to tt England KnglanilTirl I EnglandPtrla lIglaut1trl
Tirl Dy Cable CnbleTho The sensational enllaUonalll6wr enllaUonalll6wrof newf newfVnjivts newringeeis
Vnjivts of Paris llrl publish n I story stor with regard regardto
to a subchief tub ehief of ono ot tho bureaus of the theMinistry tholIInltrYOr theMinhtryof
Ministry lIInltrYOr of Marine named IAUlel Phlllpp who Is IsRnll IsMII isSabl
Rnll to havb boon discovered lu nn otter to tofurnish torurlll tofurnish
furnish rurlll h Great Britain Information relating relatingto
to the freighting of vo vessels Cfj ul ols for the Trans Transvnnl 7ransvnal 1 rans ransvlllliin
vnnl vlllliin In Trench ports portsIi portIt portsIt
It Is 1 alleged that in tho loiter containing containinghis oontnlnlnhslropOlllho
his hslropOlllho proposal ho iisked 2500 francs its return returnfor retruCor returnfor
for me Information It Is ulso titegsd i tltl Kd < tbnt tbntthe tbnttile thatthe
the litter was VII seized on tho nttiiBh of In Information IIIformntlon information
formation given through lf 1 > t IiryJc Iry t where whereupon vflinwp brN brNtpm
upon p n M I Phlllpp absconded abscondedTuJe nbsconduOTlie IIbsconle11le
Tlie Nationalist journals Insinuate that ho horec borl1cllved horeceived
rec received lved timely warnings from the French FrenchGovernment FrenehOoyernment FrenchGovernment
Government aadwas and was ihusunabUd husonllbl d to escape escapeto tl6capeto escapeto
to EnglandUr England Englandlir nglandllr
lir Lsydu Ledl however denies tho part nt nttrlbuted utrllolltod attributed
trlbuted to him In the affair and the British BritishIlmlMMy UrltlshUmhnfS BritishEmbassy
UmhnfS Embassy has issued SIII n 1 formal repudiation of ofuuy orIIJJ ofituy
ituy uuy IIJJ rulatlons illreet or Indirect with withPhlllpp withPhilipp whirPbillpp
Phlllpp PhlllppAccording PhilippAcoldlng PbillppA
According A tcurding to Ibo Journal Des l > es Debate UebatsPhlllpp IJebntsPhilipp Debate1hlllpp
Phlllpp has gone to the United States whore whoroha wltoreht whorebu
ha ht formerly Cornt rly lived nnd whore It Is said ho hobutiimo hob hebecmmo
butiimo b < II C a bankrupt as the result of his uu uufortunato UllCortunato unfortunate
fortunate management of his business 113 a npkture apicturE apieturo
picturE dealer deaderTutu dealerThe denierrhu
The method by which ho was IV trapped re reoftlls reonll recalls
calls onll the Droyfus affair Ho received < 1 a 1 letter letterluvltlng lotterIJJlting letterinviting
inviting him to moot a wiled lady as in tho thonotorious thouotorlous theuoturlous
notorious case of LteutCol Lteut Col Uu Paty l > nty do doClam 110Chilli doClam
Clam nt a wellknown cafe Hero accord according IIceord1IIg accordlag ¬
lag to his story he Indiscreetly revealed his hisdesigns hisdeslgn hisdesigns
designs to the veiled vellelllnll lady who Immediately ImmediatelyInformed IlnmedlatolyInlormod immediatelyinformed
Informed tho departmental commission commissionwhich commissionwhloh commissionwhich
which promptly proceeded to investigate investigateIJafore InvesUtotelleroro investigateIleroro
IJafore action could be taken however the thobird theLlrd thebird
bird had flown flownMcetlngplnceWuutdlrnlmbly flownNISty
sW lSlmmCAs 1t AMER1CtN CONCllmss CONGIISiSSMeeiIng
MeeiIng McetlngplnceWuutdlrnlmbly 3teCIhlgIlnce ldnceWuuhL Wuult Iobbly II lie LocuteiV LocuteiVIn Locllte Loeatethht 1r 1rIII
In thnClty the City orjlnxlio orjlnxlioWashington orlxlloW08hlngton of Maxieo MaxieoWashington
Washington BpoclnlIblre Special There Is renewed renewedtalk rcnow renewedtalk 1 1tnll
talk of another PanAmerican Pnn Americnn Congress to tobe tobe tobe
be h hll held ld < 1 In the near future The Paris Expostlon Ex Exposition Exposition ¬
position will probably prevent any such con convention canentlon convention ¬
vention this year although the reassembling reassemblingof renssemb1JnoC
of the congress ot 1800 would not be a very vorydifficult Vll VllIllmcult verydifficult
difficult undertaking undertakingSecretary undertakingSecretary tnderlakln tnderlaklnSecrelnry
Secretary Hay has received assurances assurancesfrom nssllrnncesIrom assurancesfrom
from from representatives ropre entntlos of all the South Amen American Amerlclin Amencan ¬
can countries favorable to tho Idea Mr Mrlionkblll Mrlookhlll Mrlfonkbill
lionkblll chief ot the Bureau of American AmericanItepubllcs AmorlonnlIpubllcs AmericanIlepublics
Itepubllcs is much Interested In the plan plannnd plallnllll planand
nnd is In correspondence with Central and andSouth anllSouth andSouth
South American Governments regarding It ItIt 11It ItIf
It tho congress con ress should reassemble It Is uu understood uu1I0rstoo uuderstood ¬
derstood the meeting place would be In tin thnCity thAOlty tinCity
City of Mexico ns most convenient and ac ncceselble accessible n nccsslble ¬
cessible to nil 11 the delegates delegatesTho dolegntc8lhe delegatesThe
The arrangement ot a program of olsuLjeets olsuLjeetsbas subjects subjectslias subjectshas
bas received some attention and n number numberof
of the topics discussed In 1890 are still regurded re regarded reSl1rd ¬
garded Sl1rd d as IL Important Those suggested ns nsmost n9most asmost
most pertinent at the present time are arbi arbitration nrllltrntlon nrbitrnthon ¬
tration sanltnry regulation weights and andmeasures nnlmonsures antimeasures
measures port dues and nn International law lawTbo Ilwlbe lawThe
The Invitations to this congress will be is issued Issued Issued ¬
sued by the Government where the meeting meetingis
is s likely to Ira held This will In all proba probability probaLIlIt probability ¬
bility LIlIt beMeaevlco beMeaevlcotItOUMENT1NI be Mexico MexicoilllOUMUNT Ico IcoLUGU
illlOUMUNT LUGU tItOUMENT1NI JUSl AND NII A i nUN OUNShooting nUNShnotllll GUNSitoothtg
Shooting Affray fTrRylIehvecli Between Kentucky UcnlllkyloU UcnlllkyloUtlchllu roll rolltlchute Politician ¬
tician Narrowly NarrouIyAvorted NarrouIyAvortedFrttnkfort > nrrowly Averted AvertedFrankfort crtcll crtcll1runkCort
Frankfort Special1 SpeclnlA A political nrgu nrgumont nrglment nrgnment
ment between oxBtnto ex Stntu Senator Charles J JBrqiwton JlJrqttiton JBrouston
Brqiwton Brouston of Lexington Iexlll lon nnd Claude Desha Deshaehlef Deshachief esha eshachlel
ehlef chief clerk of the Senate immo near precipi precipitating preclpltatlngn ¬
tating tatlngn a a shooting affray on a Chesapeake Chesapeakeaad Chesapeakemind
mind IIn Ohio train crowded oroV < 1011 with returning returningLnglslntors rcturnlngLnllslutors returningLegislators
Legislators LnglslntorsBronston LnllslutorslJronston LegislatorsBronston
Bronston Is said to have denounced the thaGoobol tlll1Goebol theGoobol
Goobol men as revolutionists Deshn to towhom towhom towhom
whom the remarks wore addressed uddro el denomi denominated denomlnlte donomnoted ¬
noted nlte < 1 Bronston n boltur Angry Angr words wordspassed worlIsfilSsed wordspassed
passed and IIno Senator Bronston drow n pistol pistolSeveral pistolIeverlll pistolSevorntl
Several legislators stood between them themand tbemnn thornamid
and nn < 1 prevented trouble Basins friends say sayho snybe anyhe
ho was not armed nrm < d Later both men agreed agreedto n 1O I1
to drop the matter matterilpenxtors matterIrltorl mutterpenstora
ilpenxtors Irltorl Couceilo Another Ailvnuot AilvnuotCharleston AdvnuoCharleston hl1UC hl1UCChnrleston
Charleston W Vo Spoolnl Spoollllt At n meet meetIng melltInl meetJag
Jag Inl of the thu8cnlo scale committee of the West Yin Yinginla Virginia 11 11glnll ¬
ginia Miners Association As oolntl and tho Kannwha Kannwhacoal Knnnwimcoal Ennnwhncoal
coal operators It was decided decide to advance advancethe udvancotbe advancethe
the prlco ot mining mlllln 0 tlJ cants per ton on onHoreoned oaHOrellnltl onscreened
screened coal and nnl 0 1 cents a 1 ton on gas or orsoft orsoft
soft coal Tho new Male takes effect Maroh MnrohI
1 This is the second advance made In this thisdistrict thisdletrlct thisdistrict
district since April 1899 and It covers coveta ad advanot adnnocs adlances
lances vanot nnocs s recently made at the Indianapolis Indianapolisconvention IndlnnnpollsconTention Indianapolisconvention
convention which are to bo effective April 1 1In 1In
In competitive tlelili OeldsALL tleliliALT alltLL
ALT LL ItEIOHTS IAUSK l1151tStutemente IAUSKStutmncuts lt I
Stutmncuts SlIlttlm uts That tho Mlesourl ItlU 2U ourl AVm R1 Mle Mlemuuaged Ml MliiiaiiURCil U U1IIallaR1
iiiaiiURCil Denied DonluilWashington 101111111Wasblngtoll DeniedWashington
Washington Special SpcolnlSurgeonQAIIJrnj SpcolnlSurgeonQAIIJrnjrilernLer SpecialSurgeou SutgeonG Gsncrni Gsncrnititornberg n rnJ rnJritornborR
ritornborR received n telegram Irolll rom Mnj MnjWilliam Mujtlllliam IIIJWIllIllln
William II Arthur of a the Medical Depart Department I Departtaunt > eplZt ¬
mont nt Sun 1ranolsco In charge of the ho hopitnlshlp h1pltllsblp hues huespittl
pitnlshlp pittl ship Missouri na follows followsAll ColiowslAll followsAll
All newspaper reports about Missouri Missouriabsolutely Missouriat4olutcly l98ourl l98ourlIItsolulely
absolutely false tnls They have been spread by byn
1 n dissatisfied dllllMIS ed ships ablp ofllctsr ofllctsrTnkui olllcerlakes Of OfInk
lakes Ink A Away WilY Kxrcutlvu y ullvu rutruiiiiRa lntrunoaeJnekeon rutruiiiiRaJnokson 1lItrlllllltoJllokson
Jnokson Mass Mis I1I1 t 8 HIell ieid cliii A bill has hll pass pasied pns pnsad pass0d
ed both houses taking trot from the Governor Governoruaurly CJ Governornearly overuur overuurnoorly
nearly all ol the appointive power heretofore hurototorovested IlIIrotolorovttted heretoforevested
vested In tho offlco of loo and providing that w wtJn wtJnvllollncle when whenvacancies < ben benvacancies
vacancies occur our In nny State district county countyormunlolpiit cOllnt countyor
ormunlolpiit or munlolpnl ofQco they shall bo filled by 11 n nspecial nIIleJllLl I
special election eeton called cnUc < 1 for thnt mirrxitr rOlt <
Cotton Sltuiitlou Itevlewed by Col AlfredI Alfred
I 11 > ShelllertunAothlty SIiiiI ui > Activity Continues In Intho tntho Inthe
tho Orgnnliitlon Or lnblIon of Cariioratlon CorporatloneBfsing Cariioratlonlllslng Corl > ratlO1u ratlO1ulIIslng
lllslng prices and other manifestations of otBtrungth ofBtr4lIgth ofstrength
strength In tho cOlton market continuo to tooccupy tooecup tooccupy
occupy mtlch m oh of the attention of the South SouthThe SouthThe
The activity nettvlt Is reflected In the movements at atNew atNew atNew
New York where In three days futures futuresgained futurosI futuresgained
gained I > nlned i II a little more than n quarter of a cent centIu centIn centIn
In the Manufacturer record ot this week weekCol weekCol weekCol
Col Col Alfred 11 Sbopperson Sho erne ca cavon t thu hu cotton ex expert exIJert ¬
pert of New York reviews reviews the situation at atlength atloolttb atlength
length He saysi saysiMy SIlYSI3Iy saysuMy
My letter of the Ctu Inst stated thnt the therecent Ulerecent therecent
recent advance and activity activit In cotton were werechiefly werecheny werechiefly
chiefly duo to large purchases purchn e8 ot spot cot cotton cottoa cotton
ton and futures for European J uropean account On Onof Ono Onoof Oneof
of the reason given for thu liberal buying buyingwas buyingWI8 buyingwas
was the general reduction In European esti estlmantes estimates esUInntM ¬
mates ot the American crop I should have havementioned bnvtlmebUoned havementioned
mentioned also the general realization by byour lIyour byour
our Europonn friends of the fact that In Iuthalr Intholr Intheir
their expectation ol a large crop and lower lowerprices loorprices lowerprices
prices they tllt had failed fnlle to secure so U re their shore ehnroof shoreof shazoof
of our crop The lb diminishing stocks In InEurope InEurope laEurope
Europe now 111100 lIH 0 bales less in Liver Liverpool Jlverpool Liverpool ¬
pool and 233000 halos less In Continental Continentalports ConUnentnlports Continentalports
ports than n year uar ago emphasize the noeesn noeesnslty neces neceselty floursucity
city for buying The exports of American Americancotton Amerlcollcotton Americancotton
cotton since September let are 1800000 III OOOO 0 bales baleslots bales16I balesloss
lots to Great BrltalQ than for corresponding correspondingtime
time last Instlensou season and 000000 bales bAlelleas less to the theContinent theContinent theContinent
Continent The slzo of the American and andIndian andIn andIndian
Indian In < 1lnn crops are still till matters of conjecture conjecturethough conjecturethough conjecturethough
though admitted to be very ery much less than thanlast thanlust thanlast
last season But tho small mnlland and diminishing diminishingstocks dlmlnlsblngstocks diminishingstocks
stocks In European markets are concrete ooncretoand oonoretonnd concreteand
and significant fact facts compelling prompt and andliberal andIIlJernl andliberal
liberal buying by the spinners nnd dealers dealerswho dealerswbo dealerswho
who have need nee for cotton now or in the thaearly thoIarly theearly
early future futureWhile lutllreWhile futureWhile
While English J nglsh and Continental spinners spinnersand aplnneraRnd spinnersand
and operators seem to havo realized that the thesupply thusupply thesupply
supply of cotton for the season will b be far farlew flrleJ tarleas
leas leJ than their earlier expectations they theyhave tbeybn theyhnvynotyet
bn hnvynotyet have not yet fully grouped grlUlp d tho extent of the thaIncreased theInoroased theincreased
Increased consumption of cotton duo to the tbogreat thoJrent thegrunt
great wave of prosperity now uo pervading pervadingnearly penadlDSIIcnrly pervadingnearly
nearly every civilized country American Americanmills Amerlcallmills Americanmills
mills are nr < l enjoying n floodtide of activity activityand ncllvltynnd activityyand
and prosperity and European l uropenn mills are do doIng dola dolag
lag la a larger and more prosperous business businessthan buloessthln businessthan
than of recent years Goods and yarns have haveadvanced haveIIdvnnced haveadvanced
advanced correspondingly with cotton in indeed tnduell Indeed ¬
deed they advance sharply long before beforecotton betorocotton beforecotton
cotton cottonCol cottonCol J JCo
Co Col Shcppcrson quotes from n recent clr circular clrculnr clrcular ¬
cular of Mr Thomas Ellison tho Liverpool Liverpoolexpert Liverpoolexpert Liverpoolexport
expert who estimates that at the end ot the theseason
season September 30th there will be beCSGOOO boCSGOOO
CSGOOO bales of cotton In European Europeanports Europennlorts Europeanports
ports and that European mills will have a asurplus nsurplus asurplus
surplus stook of 236000 bales Col Shopperson Shop Shopperson Shepperson
person adds These port stocks and mill re reserves reserves reserves ¬
serves will furnish the 800000 bales needed neededto ueededto neededto
to make European consumption as inuoh inuohas mU6hRS muohas
as lost season If tho European mills millsdo mill millsdo
do 0 not spin as much or more lIIor cotton than last lastReason lastsooson pastseason
Reason it will be I think only because ot otthe ortbo ofthe
the inability to got It The effort to obtain obtaintha obtainthe obtaintime
the needed supply may carry carl the pries of ofcotton ofcotton ofcotton
cotton oven considerably consl tlrably beyond present presentprices pretJentprlcM presentprices
prices nnd this is a very strong stron feature ol olthe otthe ofthe
the outlook for cotton As price is regulated regulatedby
by supply and nnt demand values Ines can be at attacked IttAcked attacked ¬
tacked as effectively el1eollvol by underestimating un < the thedemand thedemnnd thedemand
demand ns by b overestimating the supply supplyThe luppl lupplThe supplyThe
The campaign against ootton based on too toonarrow toonarrow
narrow n 1 view of the legitimate demand for forIt forIt forit
It is likely to come to grief sooner than the theunfortunate th9unfortllullto theunfortunnto
unfortunate campaign based upon the ex oxeesslyo excessive excessive ¬
cessive overestimate of the supply A Are AreILcllon re reaction reaellon ¬
action from todays advance may occur at atany otnny atany
any time and be u 1 sharp one for It must mu be beremembered btlremomberll beremembered
remembered that many operators In futures futureshavo futureshne futureshnvo
havo largo profits nnd tho attempt to realize realizethem renllzethem realizethorn
them on n largo scale would woul likely cause causetomo CU caueesome tI tIlomo
some decline The reaction however would wouldprobably wouldprobably vouhlprobnbly
probably bo only temporary ttD1 oror because tho ad advance lidvance advane ¬
vance in colton rests r st upon tho solid found foundation foundtlon foundslion ¬
lion of a limited and diminishing supply co coincident coIlIch1 coIncident ¬
incident IlIch1 nt with a large anti increasing de demand Ilemand demand ¬
mand mandThe mandTho mandThe
The movement of timber nnd lumber In the theSouth theSoutb theSouth
South which of this hl period Is usually quiet quietshows quiet8bows quietshows
shows no retrograde features In any pants pantsular particular purtllllnr ¬
ular section On tho other hand the th demand demandis
is qulto as decided ns ut any time during the tbopast thepll9t thepast
past year In tho North Carolina pine belt beltnt beltat beltat
at all milling stations orders are qulto as asnumerous 18numerous asnumerous
numerous and anI the dovojopmont of timber timberlands timberlands timberlands
lands and heavy shipments 8hlpm ntll pro going for torward Corword forward
ward with the usual enterprise and nn volume volumeAt volumeAt volumeAt
At Savannah and Brunswick shipments of ofGeorgia ofOeorgll ofGeorgia
Georgia pine are larger than last month and andtho IInl IInltho antithe
tho market at coastwise ports and IInl Interior Interiortowns Interiortowns interiortowns
towns Is decidedly firm with values tending tendingupward tt tendingupward > nllln nlllnIPvarll
upward Shipments Ihllment i + of lumber from East EnstOoast EtOol3t EastCoast
Coast Florida ports are Increasing very ma materially lUllterlllll suittonally ¬
tonally terlllll and the extensive development In InFlorida InFlorldl inFlorida
Florida timber lauds with railroad facilities facilitiesojTerlng fncllllll1JolTurlng facilitiesoffering
offering are adding largely to the growth rolvth of ofliVr oflitr ofher
liVr her ports on the cast coast eoa l Pensacoln Pensacolnwhich lensocolnwhleh Pensacolawhich
which Is forging her way to the tbl first among amongtho nmoll nmollthll amongthe
the Gull porUls ports III so far for the now year yearshowing yenrshOlVlnl yearshowing
showing nn unusual degree of enterprise in inbotti Inbelh inboth
both timber and lumber Her foreign foreigntrade Corllntrnle foreigntrade
trade Is rapidly Increasing IlIore lln and the thnnumber thlnumber thenumber
number of vessels now under charter hart r And ItI to toarrive tonrrlve toarrive
arrive will give tho trade ot Pensacoln R Rvery ILvery avery
very material volume ot business for the thenest thenext thenext
next thirty nod sixty days dn in nil wood pro products produels lTO lTOducls ¬
ducts At Mobile the Cuban business In Inlumber Inlumber inlumber
lumber U I returning to that port nnd of ofnearly ofnonrl ofnoariy
nearly nonrl 4000000 foet of lumber shipped last lastweek ILstweek lastweek
week about 3000000 feet went to Havana and andOther aDdothor andother
Other Cuban ports The lumber business of ofNew ofNew ofNew
New Orleans has opened up bnndtomoly for fortbo fortbo forthe
tbo spring trade trnll and In the cypress and yel yellow yellow ye yelow ¬
low plno districts ot Louisiana mills are all allactively allactively
actively engaged while tho list 1st ol values valmsrules valuesrules althS althSrulos
rules firm for the several lever I grades frad and dlvs dlvsIons dlvsIons
Ions In Southeastern Texas 1CXI the tttuaton
among I oug lumbermen Is very satisfactory t rllctory and antithe andthe BOlith61ovelopment
the th61ovelopment development of timber lands is I going golnsfforward I goingforward lnsr lnsrforw
forward forw rd with unusual enterprise giving the themills themills
mills at nil points timber sufficient to oper operae opern openne
ae n e tho result of whleh Vhlo show the present presentheavy pre presentheavy ent entboavy
heavy shipments recorded monthly monthlyActivity monthlyAeUvlty monthlyActivity
Activity continues in the organization of ofnow oCnelT ofnow
now textile manufacturing companies companiesthroughout oomlllnlesthroUl companiesthroughout
throughout throUl bout tbo South ten now enterprises enterprisesla
In this class being reported for the week weekThree weekThree veokfhree
Three of these are cotton mills costing re reBpoHlvely resro resrotively
BpoHlvely sro tJely e200OOO 200000 200000160000 fSOOOO tlOOOO and 1100000 100000 to tobe tobe tobe
be located nt Atlanta Oai In n t60OOO 60000 ootton oottonthreadmill oottonthrenllmlll cottonthreadmill
threadmill to be located on water powerIJ power powernear JoVer JoVernear
near a oar Blnsrgold BI u g R Rat c IJ Gnj On in A 30000 knitting plant plantnt plnntnt nI ant
nt Washington Gai Ga u a tt 1200000 4200OOOcolton 200000 cotton mill nt ntLnGranco ItLnGrnnJo atLaGrange
LaGrange Ga a 110J000 1tO OOO cotton mill com cusnpany company cempliny ¬
pany at Anderson 8 C n 1 150000 1 0000 cotton cottonfactory rottOIlfootory cottonfactory
factory nt Henderson N 0 Git 0111 a 100000 cotton cottonmill cottonmill cottonmill
mill company at Dnrdanello Ark and n I Ie100OOO
e100OOO 100000 cotton mill company at ItoanoVo ItoanoVoAla noanokeAla DoanokeAla
He JI and MM Hnrrlion Victim Iellalls of Sharp Sharp1raotlcKi ShlllJIIBoUe SharpIraotlans
1raotlcKi IIBoUe In Purl Purllodlaimpoll Parlllrntlllltlpotls a aIndlannpolla
lodlaimpoll Ind Special Rpeolalrt It Ig being beingrelated belDtrrelhted beingrelated
related here that tit At both Lotl1otllt bothexPresident exPresident ldent Harrison itarrlsonnod Harrisonnnd IIllrlsolnnd
nnd his wife ICo wero systematically y robbed and nnlll nnlll1IVlndled untilswindled I Iswindled
swindled during urlng their visit to Parts last lastsummer lastBummer huntsummer
summer when bell thu General was engaged In Inthe IBtbe Inthe
the Venezuelan boundary arbitration arbitrationGeneral nrbltrnllonGenerll arbitrationGeneral
General Harrison would give no details detaltabeyond detnllabeyond detailsbeyond
beyond saying that tho story was 1111 substantinily substan substantially subs tan tantlallycorrGct ¬
tially tlallycorrGct tlallycorrGctJI correct correct1IttNhlBL corroctlKANUKK
lKANUKK JI 1IttNhlBL UI 1t J MCOUMICK DEAD UliAlIiivciillvn DJ DEADfutontlro n
Iiivciillvn 0 II II 11 licnine I lanlil < JIlItU Thnt Brought hit Grant1ycnltlL jrotWealth hitVcnUh
Wealth WealthChloigo 1ycnltlLlbtoago VcnUhChlaago
Chloigo Special Sp SpecialLeandor ellIlIennllor Leandor f McCormick McCor McCormlck ltlCormlck
mlck member of the famous harvester harvestermachinery hnrVC8tormnhlnery harvesteruacldncry
machinery firm and founderof founder oftf tfieLeander tfieLeanderMcCorrtlck tie e Leander LeanderIcCorrelck LeanderMcCorrck
McCorrtlck Observatory of tho University of ofVirginia orYlriilola of1Ir
Virginia Ylriilola 1Ir 1 nla died of pneumonia nnaumoa ht a at t thotel tho Virginia VtrgtnlnHotel YlrglnllJIotel rsInia
Hotel HotelMr JIotelMr hotelMr
Mr McCormlftk IcCorml k was born at Wnlnrtt Grove GtorVn OzovVI GroveVs
VI Vn February 8 1810 and was a son of ofItobort or1Iobcrt ofltobart
Itobort McCormick a 1 Virginia planter who whullrstHtrovo whoIIrst whofirst
llrstHtrovo first strove to perfect tho reaping mnobbm mnobbmCyrus maohlll0Oyrull maohinoCyrus
Cyrus U I M McCormick Cormck whoso whoe genlne nln finally finallymade finallymade lnollylUade
made the reaper n success suc < oss was Leonderu Leandersolder Leonderuolder Iennllcrlolder
older brother Lennder J McCormlok re removing rlcmoving removing ¬
moving to Cincinnati In 1847 wont Into the thebusiness th thbusltl6i18 thebusiness
business of manufacturing farm machine machinewith mllChlnewith machineswith
with Cyrus yru9 and n I year later oamu with lib libbrother 1lI 1lIllrother idsbrother
brother to Chicago where bere thu McCormH McCormHreapers McCorsntrlreapers reCormllrltpeN
reapers and n ltl mowers 1 0werl were thenceforward thenceforwardsystematically tllenccCorwnrlHstomatlonlly thenceiorwnrilsystematically
systematically manufactured by tho thou thouniids thO3nnd thous thousands
ands andsLunader niidsLoander nnd
Loander having full charge of the manu mauufacturiog manufacturing manufacturing ¬
facturing department made many Inventions Inventionsnnd Inventolls8nl inventionsand
and 8nl improvements ot his own showing nn nningenuity al alIngenuity aningenuity
ingenuity ns great as that ot his father MIl nndbrother MIlLruther curdbrother
brother Not until 1839 when ho hud reach reaehvd renebII reachtd
vd II his seventieth year did Mr Ir McCormick MoCormlekretire MIIOormlekretire McCormickretire
retire from business Ln ll1 s and then withdrawing withdrawingwith wlthdrlWla wlthdrlWlawith witbdratvingwith
with nn ample Inplo fortune bo settled down to toenjoy tuonJoy toenjoy
enjoy his old ago us Ho 0 rondo ninny benefaotlons benefac benefactions benefnotlons ¬
tlons and lid the fact that ha hI never forgot hit hitold hI hisolti
old home was wu shown by b his present of oftwcutyslxlaeh oftclltslxlnuh a atwentysixhush
twcutyslxlaeh refracting telescope th thItirgixit thlurglost the thelargest
largest at that time In the world to the Uni University Unlverslty Ddverslly ¬
versity of Virginia ntCharlottesvllle atChnrlotteevilletoberl ntCharlottesvlllellobert at ChlulotteavllIeUooort
llobert Hall McCormlok Leimder H IICormlok M MCormiok MCormlok
Cormlok and bite 18 p 1 E Goodheart Mr MrMcCormloks MrMcCormicks Ir IrMcCormloks
McCormloks children survive their father fallwrluliiu fatItrJINISIHW fatherIsANISIIul
luliiu 1I1I11I1I IunUlimttnt Inflicted on a i II IIInrger II1r1er flay flayForger
Forger In MflMncIiuHettn afnsenchnsettsIlutoa MflMncIiuHettniWntoti 1iMnc1aullettCllntoll
iWntoti Ilutoa Mass IRSS SpeelalArthur Payne Pnyufn PUlIt PUlItn
n llfteonyBurold fUt Ilfteuny on old lad was WII sonteuced to Ixi Ixitho U Ubuurlshe > rl rl1J1I111
1J1I111 buurlshe 11C tho State for two t WII ytnrs lIrs In Ine IIItllu himtime
time e lllyt I t I1t here after having ha1ln plodded ploddedKulltyjffnJjhargo platdttilguilty < 1 1uullt
KulltyjffnJjhargo uullt guilty 1040 of forging Cor ln n cheek cheekAKufttASTkBr chlllIA14t cheekAgep
AKufttASTkBr A14t Agep 8r art of the State Board of Charltlus Char thartlos Char1tI0s
1tI0s tlos rwBjjffikudod r 1IIh1 that lime tb case n 1I 1 to pinned pinnedou plnrcdon pln 11 11on
on file nl 1m anWwndltlfln dltln that fPaynu hntvo lrlV uv < the theHtntlr th thState tllttllo
State within ten days dl8 and not to return f for fnrtwo fortwo c ctwo
two years < The arrangement was sntlsfae sntlsfaetory snllpr snllprtory atl fur furtory
tory to all concerned and this court pro pronounced InnoulleOllICntenco prrnomced ¬
nounced noulleOllICntenco sentence Tim Th lads father will tulto tultohim tJlliIIhlnl titrebins
him to California to remain with friends un until 1111tll outll ¬
tll the period ot his banishment expires explr At Atthe Attime t tthe
the end en of tho two yean y llS If he comes back lo loMassachusetts L LMIIIAnobusetts toMassachusetts
Massachusetts ho will be placed in charge of ofit otI ofa
it I probation officer oIDcerWILl officerWILT offioerWILl
WILl 1 UJ BE K TRIES AS A IIANH1T IIANH1TMember U > n1T n1Ttmber DITlumber
Member of n Inerrllln Hand Which At AttncUml AttAcltld Atmeked
tncUml American AmericanaMgplla AmericanManila AmrlcanliloMfI1l1a
Manila By dble CableA A mllltnty commis commission oommlsIon oommisalun ¬
sion Ion iiioutn lllootlntOtlambn nt Oummbn to irynKlllpfno Ir1 1FlltptnO mem member IOlmber mcmher ¬
ber of thu gunrrllla band which uttackcxl uttackcxl8iUad I Il1t1ad a asaplad
8iUad ot Americans February 2 killing kUlingcorpotlLI u ucorpojul acorporal
corporal The charges are murder und nndIIIIUlt ns nseault assault
eault with Intent to kill The case la Importtnt Im Important JI1Imrtllnl ¬
portant ns foreshadowing the policy nf nftrontlug oruNiting oftreating
uNiting Riierrllln tut bandits It Is nip ruppusolI nipposed nIppel
posed pel that ono on reason roon which has hltburtu hltburtudrterrod hltbIdlterro hlthortedrterrod
drterrod dlterro thu American authorities nutborlte from fromndoptlug frm frmnlloptuJ ironsadopting
adopting nlloptuJ this policy oIIY H that the tbl tn IIIU1tI8 IIIU1tI8Iavu husurgeuua husurgeuuahave urK < ui uihave <
have more than fifty ttlY American prlsonern prlsonernund JrlSonol JrlSonoltnll pdsunursand
und tnll may retaliate rot4lnto although nlthunlb u I few fil ot thuu thuuwere Sheawcre hl1 hl1werll
were captured clpnrel while bll fighting fightinglluntli Ohtlns OhtlnsIhmtl fightingheath
heath Ihmtl UroiiRlit 11rII1a on 01 lijr tl Smoltiua SmoltiuaCapo Smoklnl SmoklnlII SmakiupCaps
Capo II Charles Chlrhs Vn SpecialHarry Special SpocllllUary Harry KM KMlam KI Elilam
lam aged twentytwo Ion of T J Klllntn Klllntnot 1lal 11111cmof
of Keller Koler Va died 1 at Aoiomao CourthouM CourthouMof OourthoD
of typhoid thOIII fever aupcrlnducod Buperl dact by the theClvo ter tereesslvu x xcofetvo
cofetvo Clvo smoking ot cigarettes elgnrute He is said Id to tohuvu t thiive thnve
hiive smoked IJoklll from forty to lllty llt per or day randiewomtll and andMeruud IIJ IIJum
Meruud um l to t be unable Innblc to t stop stopMlM stopMist top topMill
Mist Mill Allen llel no liothsoblld hotulobld who bo was wnsCuty n ncviitly nceutly
cviitly Cuty naturalized lnurllod in England rullnud was a sincerely sincerelydevoted alnlenl alnlenlIlevott sincerelydovotett
devoted Ilevott to her Ier brother tholato to lute Baron Nath Nathaniel NAb NAblulel N + dh dhnotch ¬
notch lulel and Inherited n large life lo Intenstin Intenstinhis lutert interest II hi hihis
his h immense hnmen fortune Thu lady ld ladylavenyelever ladylavenyeleverand Is very Try elcvi eleyrItJ
ItJ and a foetal Ia u ltce4e

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