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Dr w V O Gray prosontud 1ro ont ll to the the Chtoago ChtoagoPresbytqry Cbtcngolresbytqry CbtoagoPresbytgry
Presbytqry ft n letter from Dr N6well N W ll Dwlgbt DwlgbtHUlto DwlgbtHlJli8 DwightIill1f
Iill1f HUlto I of Plymouth IlymouthOhl1rtJh Ohnroh Brooklyn I1rooklyujre I1rooklyujreslgllingtrom resigning re resigning ¬
signing slgllingtrom from the Presbyterian Presbyt Jan nu Church Dr JitHillls DrUUItg
Hillls notion is the result of his recent an anuouaooment an110uacIJment nnnouaaoment
uouaooment or h It hfM vUws IJws on the doctrine of ofpredestination 11predestlnnllon ofpredeatlnallon
predestination predestinationMunicipal predestlnnllontunlclpal predeatlnallonMunlolpal
Municipal eif eltmtlom 1llon itloim + wern held hlltlln la the thetowne thetowneand towns townsund townsund
und oitles of Ohio Connecticut CO lneotl ut Iowa and andNorth antiNorth andNorth
North Dakota In Cincinnati t Cinch nntl the Itapublt Itapubltans Itepubltans
ans scored A oompl oomplettJ t victory over th thFiislonlsts thFflslonlstll the theFuslOfISt1
Fiislonlsts oloctlng Ool ol Julius Flelscbmah Flelscbmahmayor FlellOhmlU1unyr Fleleohmahmnycr
mayor In most of tUo thotOWM town party line linevfeto lln liana lianawets D Dwere
were not drawn drawnEdward drVDEcwnrd drawnEdward
Edward Striae wa was 1111I stabbed by David Wixl Wixllaoe Wnllace Waltaoe
lace of Charabewburg Ohnmbt > rsburg 1r who took thin thinuoans thlgllGIII1S thisw0al3
uoans of dUcouraglug tho young man tunas at attentions attontlons attantfons ¬
tentions to his daughter daughterElwoll l1aughttrElwoll daughterJrlwoll
Elwoll Perduu was fatally shot and his hisbrother hisJrotber hisnrotherLeenlso
nrotherLeenlso brother Lee also wounded wound d In n feud Ceullllsht Ceullllshtvltb light lightrlth lightvith
rlth Albert nnd Arthur Cyrus n near ar C Cllntr Cllntr11I11 Csntrevine ntr ntrvlllo
vlllo 11I11 W Ya YaThere Vnrhere VaThere
There woro formal cnremonle c rlmonle atPhoobui atPhoobuiVA nt Phoebus PhoebusVs Ph oobu oobuVa
VA the th ooiulon oo aeloa being b lug tho Installation of ofho ofbe ofhn
ho town oflloore under the charter oba ter recently reconllygranted reconUYcranted recently3ranted
granted 3rantedJewelry grantedJewqlry crantedJlwQlry
Jewelry of the value of tIGOOO 1C000 was stolen stolenfrom stolenIrom stolenrrom
from the residence of Charles W Smith at atrtrmantown attormantown atkormantown
rtrmantown To 11 11fhe I IThe tThe
The apeolal grand jury of Newport News NewsVa Newsalndloted newsVa
Va alndloted Indicted 1rof II1Frawleyborforgery II1FrawleyborforgeryThe HJPrnwIey II J Hra wley for forgery forgeryThe toreryThe
The actress Filly Ell Ooglar was taken to Bollevac Bolle Bollevuo nollevuo
vuo nospltui IIospltalln In Now York probnbly Insane InsaneThe InsanoThe insaneThe
The now scale for tho mining of bitumi bituminous bltumlaous bitumlnous ¬
nous coal went Into effect in Pennsylvania PennsylvaniaWilliam IonnsylvanlaWilliam PennsylvaniaWilliam
1R William Davis was nearly nearlkllled killed by a fall fallaown falllown
aown an nnelevator elevator shaft In Norfolk Vn VnTwelve VnTwolve VuTwelve
Twelve to fifteen lteon thousand miners wont ou oustrike 011strike ona
a strike In the Plttsburg districtLate district districtLate districtLitte
Late frosts have damaged tho fruit crop In InUoorgla InOforgla intlnorgla
Uoorgla to some extent extentThe ox oxtentThu tent tentThaot6r
The Thaot6r voters of Luray Lura Va voted a bond bondloon bondloan bondloan
loan for waterworksHenry waterworkshenry waterworks vaterworkslieDry
Henry Fejee was killed by u falling talU g wall Wallin Wallinmehmond in inRichmond inRichmond
Richmond Va YaUra VaMrs VaMrs
Mrs Mary Thompson Thomp on ofCheewjMd ottChesw id DelIeY4teraelt Del Delieh Delell
ieh IeY4teraelt ell welt on fir fire y yJourneymen u w wJournoymen
Journeymen n plumbers In Cleveland went wentan wenton wenton
on a 1 strike strikeThe strikeThe strikeThe
The New York Commissioner ofllxclsohnfl ofJlzelsohastaken ofllxclsohnflinlcun oUxelsohaBonkoa
taken a 1 hand in tho orusade against jgaIMtvlce vice in inNew Inew InYew
New ew York and nd the dlvokeepors nro much mushalarmed muchalarmed muohdumed
alarmed It was reported thnt Chief Devoryf Devory Deverywas Devoryfas
f was to bo sacrificed sacrificedNathan sacrificedNnthan sacrificedt
t Nathan Lcraond a Boston engineer ran ranjfT ranJfr ranalt
alt with Miss Winnie Noyers of Houlton HoultonMe IIoultonMe MoultonI
I Me as sho was about bout to marry marryrhlnea9 marryrhlnea9lawyer Phlneas Phineassawyer Phlneaslawyer
lawyer carried hereto her to a minister nnd thoy thoyworo thoywerB theywore
wore married marriedTwo marrlellTwo marriedTwo
Two firemen remonwero wero killed and three seri seriously s serfausly rI rIallilly ¬
ously injured InJ u Il at Owosso Mich in a fire flrowhich firowhich firewhich
which destroyed the Central High School Scboolln Scboollnhe in intho inthe
the he town Two of the pupils were wer also hurt hurtSidney hurt61dnoy hurtSidney
Sidney A Kent for years onrs a prominent prominentspeculator prominentpo
I speculator po ullltor in Chicago and tbo organizer pt pttho otthO ofthe
tho Chicago Gas Trust died at Suffleld Suf leld Ct CtJohn CtJohn CtJohn
John W MuKlmin while insane shot and andkilled antijellied andkilled
killed Dr B F Shaw his brothorInlow at atUla atllit atila
Ula llit home In Kansas City Mo MoThe JIloTbe MoThe
The Bloomlngton Ind Star made rna < Ie Its np npijcaranco nilluranco appmaancu
ijcaranco luranco for one day aa the editor an announced nnlouncod aniouncod ¬
nounced ns the Devil would w ulll run ifTwo If 1CTwo IfTwo
Two handsome brick house housIIIln in Carlisle CarlislePH OnrllsloPII CarlfsloPa
PH were gutted by n I a fire that started from froman troman froman
an Incubator IncubatorGovernor IncubatorGovernor incubatorGovernor
Governor Roosevelt of Now York refused refusedto
to o pardon Irenohy tho Whlteohap l murserer mur murJerer murJerer
Jerer JererA JererAlotter sererA
A Alotter letter wn was received In Richmond Va Vaindicating Vntndlcntlng Vsf
f indicating that the tramp OGrady who was waslynched wnsJyucholl wasynohod
lynched la Emporln was W 9 probably the heir heirif heirat
if 1 Viscount Glllamore of Limerick Ireland IrelandGiiltha Irolanl1Gllltha IrelandGaltha
Giiltha Gillian a girl arrested In Cincin Clnclnanti Cincinnati Olnclnuatl ¬
anti confessed conr < Jssad that Charles Wlnold ho holover helovor betoner
lover put poison in oatmeal which she shenerved sheened sheserved
nerved to his divorced wlfo and his children childrenU + hlldronII
U PDodaon of otLaneAltlr Lancaster oounty county Va Vnivos VarM Vawas
was arrested on the charge of setting lira to tolia totis tohis
his and J J1 I1 D + Connolleos storehouse storehousoTho storehouseTbo storehouseThe
The 90000 miners in tho Flttsburg district districtolebrated districttolebrated
olebrated 01 < Jbrated the establishment of the eight eightlour eighttour eighthour
hour lour working day dayThomas dayThomlu dayThomas
Thomas Macgregor died dletlln la New York from fromhe fromhe fromhe
he effects of a blow given in a friendly box boxmg boxing boxag
mg contest contestEmanuol contestJim4nuel contestEmanuel
Emanuel Morton colored was sentenced sentencedto ontencelJto
to eighteen years in the penitentiary for kill killing killtng killing ¬
ing a white man at Clover V Va A mob want wantnd wBntod wanted
nd to take him from the officers and lynch lynchllm Iynob11m lynchhim
him llmFrank
Frank J J Columbaln was as arrested In Illch Illchnond mhnond Rtdhnoad
nond Ya for raise representations In con conaeotloit conlleotioD consection
section with the sale of a piece of property propertyPresident propertyIresident propertyPresident
President Charles II Cole former presilent presi president preslJent ¬
dent of the Globe National Bank in Boston Bostonpleaded DestonIloaded Bostonpleaded
pleaded not guilty to tho charge of embez4omeat embez embezlooient embezIomeat
looient 4omeatI looientlrd IomeatIt
I Fred It < < d Reynolds lt I ynolds an n Insane woodohopp woodchopper r o oHifd of ofHtftDeacb ofttid
Hifd HtftDeacb Beach Me filled l11ed hla qlswtteanc2ono ltiswlfe wife and 00000 00000wllhau one son sonwUIlan sonwlth6n
wllhau are and burned his house down downprmer downprmer downprmer
prmer United States Senator Phlletua Phlletualawyer lhlletl15Jawrer Phlletwslawyer
lawyer < the multlmllllonalro multi millionaire lumberman lumbermandied lumberman11ed lumbermandied
died at his residence In Oshkosh VTta WlsThe VTtaTho WI3lha
The coroners jury at Dover DOTerN N J de dealarco dealare dedares
dares alare that Mrs Irs Emma K Sutton caused the thedeath theJoath theloath
death of her husband by poisoning him himMayor himMa10r himMsyor
Mayor William J Diehl decided that Mrs Mrsiiongtry MrsLangtry Ira IrarlLUktr1
iiongtry shall not be permitted to play The Thenogeneratea Thenellen Theagenerates
nogeneratea nellen agenerates rBt In Pittsburg PittsburgUsury IltbiburgUenry Plttsburghenry
Usury M Atherton agent for the National NationalVermont NationalVermont NationalVermont
Vermont Lifts Inanrnnce Company at New Newiort Newort NewOtt
iort ort N NOw w Va is missing miningBevOJl missingSevon
8 BevOJl von hundred and fifty miners of the theUloaabnrg theBlossbnrg
Uloaabnrg Coal Company near Arnot P Pjf Plio Pliolfel1t PaTvent
jf lfel1t eat on A strike strikeCaptain utrlkoOaptalu titrllLeOaptaln
Captain Peter C Doming assistant aas assistant atant com comoilaaary comO1lasary cornmtssary
oilaaary of subslatoaoo was as arr arrested 6t d In Ban Banbrnnclaco 81Ulitranolsco Sanbrancisco
brnnclaco itranolscoThe branciscoThe brnnclacoTt
Tt The New York YorkgrBDd grand Jury submitted to toteoorder toboorder todeeorder
teoorder God fall a It prsnuntment pr prall aentment tmOl1t gevyroly 8 vlroly rely can
Jemntng Jemnln District Dlstrlct Attorney Gardiner Onrdinlr the thePolleo theollco thePollee
Polleo ollco Department and the Third Avenue AvenueRailroad AvenuefinUroadwrccker Avenuetlatirondwreckers
finUroadwrccker tlatirondwreckersPonce Railroad finUroadwrcckerraHclol wreckers wreckersPolice
Police raHclol Captain Thomas was arraigned be before bElore befpre ¬
fore Judge Goff In New York urk on IlItb the charge chargeat
at falling to BUpprcsu BuI plt8i disorderly houses Jousos and nndpleadod IIndvlentlllil andpleaded
pleaded not guilty guiltyA guiltyA
I A Plttsburg jury gave Assistant District DistrictAttorney DistrictI
1 Attorney Billows colored who eued under underthe undortho underI
I the Fourteenth Amendment Am < Jnllmullt u verdict for forjlx torIx fortix
jlx Ix and fiquartercunlc fiquartercunlcTwo nquartercunlsTwo lUluter CtJuIP CtJuIPlwo
Two men weru klllml klll 1 by nn explosion at n adynamite nlynnwlte ndynamite
dynamite factory at FiveMile I11v < JUlle Point B 0which 0 0which 0whl
which whl b wiped out the factory factoryThe factoryThe
The Columbia Theater hulldlnu In II > Chi Chicago Ohleago Ch1eago ¬
eago was burned Logs tlOIOOO 190000 Five Fivepersons 1lvolerSOU9 Fivepersons
persons lerSOU9 were Injured InjuredExPresldont InjuredExlresldont injuredEx
ExPresldont Ex Prealdont Cleveland deolared SlmselfIn rtlniself rtlniselfIn
In favor of the ratification rlltl UlIlJn of the HuyPuun IIayPuuncefote HuyPuuncefoto lIayluunceloto
cefoto treaty treatyTho treatyTho treatyThe
Tho art collection collt > ctlon of the lato David 1 > ald T TBuzby Tfiuzby 1 1nuzby
Buzby was sold at auction In New York YorkGeorge YorlGeorge YorkGeorge >
George W Clark of Mason Ga wan ar arrested nrrested arrested ¬
rested In IIi Jacksonville JReksonvllll Flu on tb lbs charge of ofcracking orern ofcracking
cracking ern < Jklng the safe of the Perry Loan and andHavings BntllIavln and8avings
Havings lIavln s Company of Perry Gn GnThe 011Tho GaThe
The southbound Louisville stud Nashville Naebvlllepntsenjer Nashvillepassenger Nashvillepassenger
passenger train ran Into u freight at Cave CaveCity 01 CaveCity ve veOIty
City Ky and live passengers pl8Sen IoIrs were hurtSamuel hurt hurtSamuel hurtSamuel
Samuel Buck Blto engineer WAS killed at atBreeden Itreed atBteedea
Breeden reed < JD W Vn by the the explosion lcp lon of a looo looomotive 1000motlvc looomotlve
motive nnd David fhllr Sharp w WII8 wrls < fatally hurt hurtTho hurtTho hurtThe
Tho constltutlonniltjr constltutionnUt of tie lir n6w new valuation valuationlaw valuation valuationlaw Val tAtlon tAtlonlaw
law of Virginia wa wag argued USlI l before a full fulltourtimd fulltourllud fulltourt
tourtimd tourt and submitted submittedA
A man named Pram living IIvln near Klklns 111kinsIV KlklnsW JlldnsY
W Y Va shot his hl wlf wife nnd himself Both Bothwill Bothwill
will 111 die dieThe dltThe dieThe
The Wilmington M 1 E Conference adopted adopteda
a resolution condemning the army canteen canteenwd cnntoonlnd canteenand
wd the use and snlo of liquor In the new newpossessions newposseeslous newpossessions
possessions of this government was was also nlaoadopted ahoadopted alsoadopted
adopted adoptedA
A robber who was shot at while attempt attemptIng nttemrJtIng attemptlog
Ing to rob a store in Lemont Ili III dropped droppedlead droppedload droppedLead
lead from fright frightThe CrlghtThe frightThe
The Boston stonecutters wilt Jolathe strik strikers strlkers strikers ¬
ers when their term of agreement with tbo tbomanufacturers tbomanutacturers themanufacturers
manufacturers expires expiresOne expiresbno expiresboo
One man was killed aud two tw probably fat fatally tdtally fatally ¬
ally Injured by a premature exploslbn of a ablast 1 1blast ablast
blast of dynamite In Allen k b Rui RUltllllsquarry RUltllllsquarrynear R uselaquarrynear ls quarry quarrynear
near Waterloo N J JIn JIn JIn
In Chicago an Italian was stricken dumb dumbafter dumbaCtef dumbafter
after killing his partner partnerIMlOUTS padnurj1J1lOltTH parlnur1M1OILTH
IMlOUTS FOIL Flv 1T1VK In YKAltit YKAltitArernseil rJoAU rJoAUAvelnlfJlI TEA1tSAvevnged
Arernseil sn 1iI1I1H7ltII 4taels7fa157 T 8lB7 1 AnnnallySagar AnnnallySagarnnil AnnuallySugarand
and Colloe figures figuresWasblngtorjSpolal hlgures1VashfngtonSpeoialA
WasblngtorjSpolal WashlngtonSpeolalAsliltomentshow WashlngtonSpeolalAsliltomentshowIng 1VashfngtonSpeoialA Astatementebow Astatementebowing statement ahow ahowIngthosources
ing Ingthosources tho sources of tho agricultural Imports Importsof
of the United States during tho fivo llsenl llsenlyears Ilacalyears
years Y < Jar 18911898 tins been prepared by Frank FrankH IrankII PrankJr
H Hitchcock IlItchcookt chief of the foreign to reign markets marketssection mnrkotssoctlon marketssection
section of the Agricultural DepartmentDuring Department DepartmentDuring DepnrtmentDurIng
During the years named tho imports had hadan hndnn hadan
an average nVern l annual value of 388784157 93G784457Sugar 388784157Sugar 3G87H457SlIHar
Sugar coffee hides and skIns wool silk silkvegetable IIlIkTeHetable s11kvegetable
vegetable libers IIhel fruits and tea wero the ar articles ortlcles urtldes ¬
ticles Imported most tnostcxtensivoly extensively Measured Measuredin Mell lIrell lIrellIn
in value those eight Items formed over four fourfilths fOllr111ths fourfifths
fifths of our total tetllllnJport import trade in agricul agricultural IIgrlclIltural ngrfculturn ¬
tural turn products for the period mentioned mentionedtholr mentionedtholr mentionedtheir
tholr combined valuo vnluflaVeruglng averaging about esoo 800
000000 n yearof year yenrOf yearOf
Of this sum more than onehalf was paid pnldfor paidtor paidfor
for two commoditieesugar commodities cOlnmodltleasu sugnr I and coffee IofTuuTho CQlfbiuTho coffeeThe
Tho average yearly yenrl value of f tho sugar Im Imports 1mporta liiporls ¬
ports for 18911893 18D18i1Sulountod amounted to 890418665 600418685coffee 890418665uoffoe eOOl1S6Icoaeo
coffee 883570100 883570100UMVKHSITY eS3 83570100UMVE11S i0l00 i0l00UNnEJlS
UMVKHSITY UNnEJlS rrY GILTS OJ TS 14000000 14000000Chicago x110001100Clileago UOOOIIOOChhnJo
Chicago Institutions Knitoitmont 1 Is Now NowH11OOOonu NowfUtOOOOOD
H11OOOonu H11OOOonuChicago fUtOOOOODChlcngo 511000000Chicago
Chicago Special 8peclnlrhe The University of ofChicago ofCblcago ofChicago
Chicago is richer by over four millions than thanIt tbonIt thanit
It has over beonbofore beonboforeJohn bClJn beonboforeJohn oloN oloNJohn
John D llockefoller Ilockefuller the Standard 011 Oilmagnate 011DllIgnat 011ningnnte
magnate has confirmed con rmelbls his gift of 62000 2000 2000JOO
300 to the university and President Harper Harperhas Harperhas Harperhas
has supplemented It with tho announcement announcementof
of contributions In cash and land aggregat aggregating nggrogatInj aggrogattag ¬
tag Inj in value moro than two millions millionsTho mlJlloll9Tho millionsThe
Tho total endowment of tho University Unlvorslt Is IsellOooOoo
ellOooOoo 11000000
aUfekliiB Is Hopeful HopefulLondon JloJltrulLonllon hopefulLondon
London By D Cable CAbloA A despatch tie patch to the theDally theDolly theDally
Dally Mall grom Mofoklng dated March 38 38by 25by 16 16lJy
by runner to Gaborone says saysWo suysWorocelved sayerWe
Wo Worocelved received tho welcome news of the thedespatch the11espntob thedespatch
despatch of a column by way of Vilburg to torelievo torelleve torelieve
relieve us u The messengerreported thnt he hehad hchd heLad
had encountered no Doers on the rood roodOther rondo rondoOthor roadOther
Other runners from tho north tell of the thorapid tborBphJ therapid
rapid approach of Colonel Plumers column columnThe columnTbo columnThe
The Doers continue tho bombardment but II IIis 11Is itIs
is believed now that there arc not more morethan moretban morethan
than 2000 around Brounl us many having hnvlD loft loftdallv lotidallv loftdally
Mr Pepper Declines UeollnfaWashington DeclinesjVashipgton S S1Vahl1Rton
Washington Special S1 Spt iSl dalDr Ir101rlrI118 Mr Charles M MPepper 11Iepper MPepper
Pepper whowas who ho was wlI recently proffered prnferedthepo prnferedthepositlon lrfer d thu tb po position poslUon ¬
sition of secretary to the tbl TfSlllpplna Pdlllp lna Com Commlaslon CommlssloD Commission
mission has declined thaplaoe At Attho tho tlrn tlrnthe tlmtho time timethe
the proffer was made Mr Pepper was ab absent n1Jent absent ¬
sent ent In Porto moo and no earlier opportupity opportu opportunity opportunlty ¬
pity was WII afforded for making known nil nildecllnatioa hi hideclinatiOn hisdeclination
declinatiOn of thu honor boaorAccidentally bonorAecldentaUy honorAccidentally
Accidentally Shot UliiuoU UliiuoUBtmburg UhneltBtraburg hlmaoltStrasburg
Btmburg Vn Bpeolnl BpeplnIUr Mr A A II IIKerns UKerns IIKerns
Kerns A prominent farmer living near hero heroncotdtntally heroIlcoldentl1ly heroneeldentally
ncotdtntally killed himself while bundling bllndU a aRUB IIun agun
RUB un no leaves a widow nnd one son Ills Htiage 111 111ago Illsago
ago was about fortrflve years yaarA yeuNlarmer yearsl
A l i farmer a nuer Talres Ta1 his JlI LifeParsons Life LifeParsons UflRrson
Parsons Rrson W Vn A 8JtldalE 8p oial K A Haro Harojiond lInmnand 1IamRoad
nand a farmer living eight miles from here hereut herolut heretut
lut > ut bU throat with his razor The caoie Is Islot I Ilot ishot
lot known Ha was fifty 1111 years of ago and andleaves onll1e4Ves andwaves
leaves a wife nnd family
i Nnw Ammnrlum In be steady When the theKutJiiiiiil th thNltlullntJlelllilcrntio theNatlotnillentaaratlo
KutJiiiiiil NltlullntJlelllilcrntio Demiicrntlo Sexnlim Conveiio Convetle4Insurance ConveiiolimuruncH CunvIIMIllurane
Insurance Coinpniiy lIlIItHlIIY Wnive 1Vnlrer Vlhc BlxtyHaj BlxtyHajMniU SlxtylIyIIlIIlt 81xty1pylhnlt
MniU lliul Will lay IY SlfiSHOU SU lfn000 tUOO oil U Uliiiiiil 11r Ilo IlolanaiOther
liiiiiil lanaiOther < llirr r finliscrlptloiii nbscrlltlulI Inurlnsni JouringlnKansas jIIntln jIIntlnKanlIs InurlnsniKnnjM
Kansas City by 11 Hpoelal HpoclnlConvllntlor Convontlor Hall HallThem IInllsherd Inti Intiwiler
Them th the Ienoarntla D < nioeratla National Convention ConventionAfts
was to hav have < l been be n held on July 4 was a laid lalilin lalilinmini In Inruins inruins
ruins in less l ItI j than 80 minutes by Ore Thw Thwlire ThuOre fhllnro
lire burned with such fury that it was WII ovt ovtJont ellIont ovtfeat
feat almost from the start that the tb etrui strultmre etruiture IItrUIlUre
lUre was wn doomed and the th > firemen soon soonturned oou oouturned ooucurnel
turned curnel their attention nttel lIon tusnvlng t to saving surround surroundIng surroundln
Ing ln mg property propertyA
A sUIT tlT breeise was blowing blowln and before the thrtflra thnOro theOre
Ore vas subdued the th Second Presbyterian PresbyterlnnOhurcb lr Presbyterianhurah 8loyLerlnt 8loyLerlntGhurch
Ohurcb one Oll of the finest edifices iu lutbe tho city citybe cItyhe cityha
be church pnrsoniic the Luthrop publlq publlqlohoo pblloebool publluschool
school a twoitoiy IDroom 13 rootn building blll1dln all alltltuntod BIItltunted allsltualed
tltuntod across the tb way on Control street streetind stroottnd streethnd
ind a half haltk bjook book of threestory lint II buildngs build buildngs buildngs
ngs on TyvflJUh Ttvcltth IwICLhlltreet street were fflVBllyde fflVBllydeitroyed tptnllk RIl de deItroyed dostroyed
itroyed H Hllrprlll rpral residences w wgre re diithftgod diithftgodnudfora d dhthagadsad thllgo thllgond
nudfora sad nd for a tlmo It was V S feared run red that several severalHocks sanralLlock severalblocks
Hocks of buildings In the residence district districtwould dl trllt trlltVould t twould
would go goTh golh goThe
Th The aggregate lossll loss I 6100000 apportioned apportionedus
us follows Convention Hall 235000 inturunce In Insurance Injurunol ¬
surance JiriSOOOi 11i500 1 ohurob 850000 Iniuredt Iniuredtparsonage InlluredpnrsonRge innuredparsonage
parsonage i IiHOOO 15000 Insured lu urodl school 38003 38003Insurance 31500Insuranco 35000Insurance >
Insurance 201 2040 Oj 0 Williamson block blockTwelfth blockrTe1fL1 blockTwelfth
Twelfth street tG G 000 Insurance 645000 645000Plans 45000 45000Plans 41000PlnnG
Plans are on foot to rebuild Convention ConventionHall OonventlonUalllmmelUatoly Conventiontroll
Hall UalllmmelUatoly Immediately and have It ready for the theDemocrutlo theDomocratlo theDemocratic
Democratic Convention in July While the theUre theOre thetire
Ore was still In progress members of the theCommercial theCommerolal theCommercial
Commercial Club through whose efforts the thehall theball theball
ball was VI built mingled In the crowd of spec spectators StlttCtators speetutors ¬
tators and began soliciting funds for a 1 new newstructure ntIWtruotur nett nettstructure
structureTho structure structureTho truotur truoturTho
Tho Hall Association Asso lntOIl has 6100 100 0 la the thebank th thbank fbebank
bank nnd will have the 6155000 159000 insurance insurancefor Insurancetor insurancefor
for Immediate use the Insurance companies companieshaving oompaulhnvlng companieshaving
having offered offerodto to waive the usual 60day GDdnylimit 60daylimit GOtlnylimit
limit and make settlement on demand The TheKansas Tbenans38 TheKansas
Kansas City Clt lumber company that furnished furnishedtourHftbsof turnl furnishedfourfifths bed bedtourIH
tourIH fourfifths tourHftbsof hs of the lumber for the old build building bnllliIng buildIng ¬
ing has agreed to duplicate the order III atmice a aonce IIIonce
once at tho rate in existence iwo years ago agoand IIgOalld agoand
and the Minneapolis llnn lIpolis firm that furnished the thusteal tbosteill thesteel
steal girders for the Immense roof have been boenasked boslluskell beenasked
asked todupMcate their orderThe order orderThe ordrThe
The lire llrestarted started just jnstabovothgbpifarroom jnstabovothgbpifarroomwhere above the bollur room roomwhere oomwhero
where some somoplurnber plumber had leqn twee Qp ut work workThere workThere YorltThere
There was no lire in the furnace and the thesupposition theBupp091tion titssupposition
supposition is that the blaze started uhi from froma
a spirit lamp or orbythll by tho crowing of electric clcctrlawlrne elcctrlcwlree electricwires
wires A A still alarm alarm w willrst ws > 3 first tdrnadln turned t rned In nnd nndby nndby andby
by tho time tho first engine arrived arrlvedlO 10 minutes min minutes minutes ¬
utes later latertho tho whole building was it muss mussof mlssot massof
of flumes nat an11n In less than half nil hour the thuroof thoroot theroof
roof upheld by massive stiel girders that thatspanned tbalspllnned thatspanned
spanned its SCO feet of breadth fell with n ncrash IIrnsh ncrash
crash rnsh that sent showers of burning embers emborsIn embersla
la In every direction directionSHOT directionSHOT directionSHOT
KnKlnniln l Itnynl Heir In Peril nt llrus ItrusseisEenped llrusols Urlsol
seisEenped ols ol ICicnpnl l cRelt Without WithoutInjury WlthuutI Without1ulury
Injury InjuryBfuesels I 1uluryRfusselByCableThe 111 ury urynrU8Sel
Bfuesels RfusselByCableThe By II Cable Jablefhe The Prince of Walw Walwwus 1Veleswas
was shot at while leaving the th railroad sta station statlon station ¬
tion here He was not hurt hurtThe hurtlho hurtThe
The attempt upon Ma life occurred at 381 381P 331I 38tP
P I M Tho wouldbo u IIi9aillln sasln jumped uponthe upon upontho upouthe
the footboard of the Princes saloon car as atthe astbe asthe
the train was starting and fired firetllnto Into the oar oaraiming onr1loolng caraiming
aiming at Ills Royal Highness The man manWMimmedlutoly mnnw manwssImmedlntoly
WMimmedlutoly w ns I m mod la tely wrested wrestedThe urrestelrho arrestedThe
The wouldbe assassin Is n tinsmith named namedSlpldo namedSlpldo namedSlpdo
Slpldo n resident of Brussels 16 years oi oiago 01ngo ofago
ago His pockets wero found fuu II to bo fujl ol olanarahUt ofanarchist J JIInarohln
anarchist literature literatureSlpldo lIterutureSII 1lteruturo8lpldo
Slpldo SII > ldo subsequently said bo wanted lnted to killthe kill killthe kllitht
the Prince of Wales because ho coined coinedthousands onule onulethousllnds causedthousands
thousands of men to bo slaughtered In floutAfrica flout tiouttAfrica lioutAlrlen
Africa AfricaHearing AlrlenHearing AfricaIioariag
Hearing the shots the statlonmastii statlonmastiirushed IItatlonmastlJrll statfonmastelrushed
rushed rll hed to the scone and knocked down tin tinwouldbe th thwouldbe thewouldbe
wouldbe assassins n38l8 lus arm ns he prepared t tflro ttire to tofire <
tire a third shot and A 1 number of persons punoaithrew p personsthrow < J1I01J J1I01Jthrew
threw themselves on the Princes assailant APSllInntIn I IIn
In tho confusion B 1 second man who was watquite wnfqalte wasquite
quite Innocent was seined ronghly handled handledand hlUtdledanll handledand
and benton bentonAfter bentoDAftor beatenAftor
Aftor the thelrlnoe Prince had ascertained that th thman the thtmRn themin
man who flr fired d the shots had been nrrented nrrentedho arrtftte arrtftteho arresteihe
ho declared himself and the Princess unin uninjured unlnJured uninjured ¬
jured and nnt tho train started startedWhen IItartedWhfln startedWhen
When examined by tho railroad rllllro lllitntioll lllitntiollofflelals station stationofficials statloaofficials
officials Slpldo declared he Intended to kill killtho Iclllthu killthe
the Prince of Wales that ho dldnotrogrel dldnotrogrelhis did not fOtrl fOtrlhIs regret regrethis
his nation and thai thn hov hovwns he was ready to do 71 71agp1a 11 11again IIalflln
again Uglvipn B abaucnYto chancotb Jo so soIptcnsuoxoltement jv jvTptoMO l lftltllDt +
Iptcnsuoxoltement TptoMO oxotem oxeJtement nt prevailed foflhemo foflhemoImeht tof The 1h mo mome mamopt
Imeht me t nail was wns fenrdthe fenr feared dth the PrlniWtad 1rlatse Lad been beenhit lIeUl1hit beenhit
hit the shots having been fired almost 111 g point pointblank pointblank 191 t tblnk
blank The railway carriage door wm wmhastily Willhastily washastily
hastily thrown open and great relief relJ t Tnt wnifelt Tnttelt vasfelt
felt when tho Prince himself appeared atthl atthlwindow at th thwindow thl thlwindow
window unhurt unhurtBoth unhurtlloUtbe unhurtBothUee
Both lloUtbe tli Prince and nut Princes howeve howevehad however howeverhad howeverllad
had n a very narrow eioapc The policeman policemanon
on duty took Slpldo In charge The latter latteiappeared IlItt IlIttappeared latterappeared
appeared proud of his exploit and Boomed Boomedquite slemtKIquite seemedquite
quite calm BIpldo told the tilt authorities thai thaibo thaIbl thatbe
bo bl lived on tho Ituo do la Forge atSt at St allies alliestwo GIIINtwo filliestwo
two miles south of Brussels BrusselsOne Dru BrusselsOne II IIOn
stud two prohahly
One On man wis atee killed klllllud and two probably feu feuilly lat latslly fatshy
shy Injured tnJur tI by a premature lrlmaturll explosion of a ablast IIIIlnt ablast
blast of dynAmite In Allen A t Mussels Uu slIl quarry quarryu qulrynijAr qusrrynear
near u ar Waterloo N J JI
I > 1
Sriley nUJ K J CaJltu Capture a Six fit of tl1 Itnbr oj > Cannon lInnon and anilSuino nnJSlIlIIe andSomo
Suino Mon 1I1IlnlIrltl HrUlili h Wulk WulkInto WnlkJlltn ValkInto
Into n Trap Traps3iomlon lral1omton Trapp4770ndon
p4770ndon < > s3iomlon Eng By Cable Cl1lJleA A force of ofBoers ofJloers of1loers
Boers bits made mnd a during durin raid closo to toSloamfontoln toIOtlmlontoln toloemfontoln
Sloamfontoln IOtlmlontoln and captured six of Lord Kobj Kobjvrtfi ltob ltobtts tab tabrt
vrtfi rt tts cannon besides besld b ldos 8 n n number of men menBritish menrltliJh menrltlsh
British rltliJh dispatches state Unit It was a Boer Boertrap Dcerttnpone Boertapone
ttnpone trap tapone one of those which the burgher woro oro oroto uroto
to successful suocessCulln lii using whon they worelHS worelHSheavily wore woreheavily less lessheavily
heavily outnumbered Tho Tholloorlt Uoorn lay In am ambtUU 11mb11lh esmbush
bush In tho bed of a crook and tow to lives are nroBald aroSaitl areBell
Bald to have been lo lost t as most of the British BritishWho lIrlUhho BritishWho
Who ho were passing that way had walked wlllkOlllnto wlllkOlllnto1ho Into Intothe Intotho
the trap before a shot had been firedThe fired fltedThe firedfbe
The whole British force ougagod uugagldthougb uugagldthougblot though thoughlot
lot lot nil III of It or perhaps not even half of It ItJlppears ttajp itdppears
ajp Jlppears l18 to have been captured capturedIncluded capturedIncludedt Included Includedwar
war t tour nr bodies of raenumlur lUen undur Colonel Broad Broadwood JjroadVooll Broadwood
wood Their numbers are not stated but butfrom butrom butOm
from rom Om the description of the command they theyIny thoyIIY theypay
pay IIY be estimated at from 2500 2 OO to 8600 8600This 31500rhls 8600This
This force had boen at Thuba Nohu lOrallos lOralloseast 40miloeoast f0 rnllos rnllosOMt
east of Bloernfonteln Boers threutoncd It Itand Ittnd itand
and compelled it to retreat to the hoemfontern Bioomfon Bioomfont Ioemon IoemonIn
t tern in water works about 15 miles from the tho1roe theIfrue thehies
1roe State capital capitalAttacked ollpltnlAttncked capitalAttacked
Attacked In this position frptu the roar on onSaturday onSlIturdny onSaturday
Saturday morning Colonel Broad Droadwood wood tent tentoff lentoff sentoff
off part of his men AS a n convoy for his six sixguns ebruns sixguns
guns and kept the rest to net netnsaroarguard netnsaroarguardThe nan rearguard rearguardTho renr guard guardTbo
The wholo convoy walked Into tho ambush ambushand IlmbushIud ambushend
and was capturedLord captured capturedLord cnpturedLord
Lord Koberts heard of tho lossandsont lossandsontGeneral 10sslnd sont sontGeneral sontGeneral
General Colvlllos division of nbout 10000 10000men 10000mon 10000Inca
men to attack the Boers which they were weredpliig werlIIllng weredoing
doing at last accounts Colvlllo may be benble benblet able ableto ableto
to t recover the captured convoy The num number numbel aunther ¬
her of British prisoners who fell Into tho thopanels tholInr18 tho1suds
panels lInr18 of the Boers Doers1s Is not statedThe stated statedThe stntedTbe
The Boers are Imperilling themselves by bygoing bygoing bygoing
going so close to Bloemfouteln In their theirposition tholrpositon theirposition
position they are practically In Lord Rob Robrti Robe Boberts
e erts rti t rear Their fight on onrhuriltlay Thursday nt Karoo Karooor Karooor Karooor
or Mafotkop 21 miles north of Bloemfonteln Bloemfontelninay lJIoomronteln1nny Ihloomfontelnzany
zany have been Intended to cause Roberta to toBend tosend tosend
send largo masses of troops In that directionwjtlfe direction directionwhlje dlreotlon1Je
whlje 1Je they they attacked tho capital from the theMt tbet theisa4t
isa4t Mt t and rear It bus recently bean reported reportedI reportellthat reportedthat
I that President Kruger said he would retake retakeBloomfonteln retakoIUoomfonteln retakeBloomI
BloomI Bloomfonteln onteln Under their new oounmanderIn ooinrannder ooinrannderincblef oommandorIncblel
incblef In cbfef Gen Louis Botha the Boors are uroexpected IIroOXpootlt areoxpooted
expected to be much moro aggressive than thanunder thlnunlle thanunder
under unlle Joubort JoubortAccounts JoubutAccounts JoubertAccounts
Accounts of the fight on Thursday nt Kn Knreo if tn tnree a aree
ree or Mnfetkop nro beginning to come In InBritish InBritish inBritish
British dispatches estimate the Boer force forcethen Corcethen forcethen
then engaged at 5000 The burghers were wereattacked wereattlcked wereattacked
attacked by on overwhelming oV < body of Lord LordItoberts IordItoberts LordBoberta
Itoberts troops and after fighting from 10 10oclook 10ocloiJk 10oclock
oclook In tho morning until sundown re retreated retreated rutreated ¬
treated north northtoVarll toward Btnndfort BtnndfortAn DtanlUortAn BrandfortAn
An account of the battle of SplonKop 8plon Uop
January 24 2 written by a correspondent In Inside InIIlde inaide ¬
side the Boer lines and sent ent by mall states statesthat statcsthnt statesthat
that tho feat of the keeN on that occasion occasionoutdid occasIonoutdId occasionoutdid
outdid Majubn MajubnIt
It Is reported In London that the Boei Boeipenco Doe1p Boetpeace
peace p < IlCO commissioners who are on their way wayfrom WilYIrom wayfrom
from Lorenzo Marquaz bear b < ir a request to the theUnited tltuUnltot theUultod
United States to establish a aproteetorateover aproteetorateoverthe protectorate over overthe overthe
the Boor Bepublles BepubllesUVANS RepublicaJaANS Bepublla1W
1W UVANS INS WirfvKAT wur HT A t SHIP SHIPCajitnlit SIIlICRiJtnln situ situCaittnhn
Cajitnlit Ha line Eaten J ntell Up v Knoiului mid ninlWill 1111Will midvIll
Will vIll Not Stop nt Fruit l rult Cake CukeWashington CldoWashington CakeWashington
Washington SpeolalCnpt Bobley D DEvans DEvnn BEvans
Evans commander of tho battle ship Iowa IowaIn 1011In Iowain
In the Santiago battle has received the larg largest lurgest urgent ¬
est fruit cake ever presented to any naval navalcommander navalcommandor navalcommander
commander The cako weighs nearly 100 100pounds 100pounds 100pounds
pounds and was the centerpiece at a largo largodinner larKeIlInner largedinner
dinner given him February 23 22 at Peoria III IIIlie IIIli IiiIle
lie li described tho cuko and Its presentation presentationns
ns follows When I was called on to o make mnkon
a speech the toastmaster told mo that fear fearIng fenrlng fearfag
fag perhaps I would feel lee I lonely way out outthoro outthON outthere
there In Illinois far from the navy nRV the club clubhad clubhnd clubhad
had provided n warship Varshlptor for ran toe und In factthe fact facttho tactthe
the Iowa WAS then near of nt baud Then this thisImmense thisImmenso thisimmense
Immense cake worked Into a perfect minia miniature mlnluturu mlalitturn ¬
turn Iowa was put on the table In 11 front o ome 01 01roe ofme
me Tho ship wets reproduced In cake to toperfection topcrCeotion toperfection
perfection There was every eV ry gun ovury bit bitof bitof
of spar work and all the details carefully carefullyoutlined carelullyoutllnell carefullyoutlined
outlined Threading It woro a number of oftiny 01tlnyeleotr1owlrell oftiny
tiny tlnyeleotr1owlrell electric wires through which n current currentran ourrentrlln currantran
ran lighting up the Interior of theveesel the vessel lfSel and andmaking andmaking andmaking
making her npp appear ppenr ar beautifully realisticThe realistic realisticThe roollstlcrho
The cake was about seven feet Ce < Jt long and the thoother tbother theother
other ther proportions maintained to ncnrelul ncnrelulscale a careful carelulscale carefulscale
scale Tho people told me they would send itendIt sendIt enll enllIt
It on to Washington As S it Is n fruit cake cakoit cnltoIt cakeit
it cannot but improve with ago and lex lexpact Ioxpect I ox oxpeat
pact to have Rome one of ollt it left a vuor hence henceORN henceOPN hencetlFN
ORN ilOUX IOIINllfllYELL mtmiJLL 1ItA1 1ItA1tiffs n nWit KAH KAHWu
Wu tiffs VrohlbltlonUt Candidate for ur Presi Presidency Presldeney ret retIten ¬
dency Iten In 1 lat latOlilco 13 152 152Chico t tOhleQ
Olilco Gal Spucial SpoclnlOflD Gna John Hid Hidwell Jiltwell Jld
well the Prohibition P l lbltlolt tandldato for Presi President Prlldent Prtxldent ¬
dent in 1892 died nt hl his home nearthte near thl city
froatbeart from hcnrt failure failureGeaeral failureGeneral allureGeneral
General Rldwellwas Bid well wellw WM a pioneer 1loneor of 18U and andtho nnJthe andthe
the founder of Ohlco He was 80 years 11111 old oldn oldu olda
n native n tlve of Ghnutanqua county Now York YorkGeuf Yo YorkOeupral i iallulr
Geuf allulr Oeupral rnl 1 Bldwell leaves an estate tatH valued ut utNew
11100000 11100000Now 1000000Now
Now Kallrotcl rtattro Id In trust Wlo Virginia VlrululiiParsons VltulnlIItJOnll VirginiaParsons
Parsons IItJOnll W Va Spfclnl SpecialThu tlClnlTbu Thu WWK WWKVirginia WeaVirginia l lVlrwolll
Virginia Cmtrul C mtrnl and nUIllhtltlmrK PliUUnrg IIRllrolll1 ll llroiut enfirmers on onflneera tlDcillcers
flneera who have In charge ohur e the new road roadhat vondhat lOIChat
hat Is to connect oonn ct the present line to tb tb3r she cheJrlIbrler she3rsnabrler
3r JrlIbrler < ibrler branch of the Cht Cbbtll Chernpeski ftpvilt IL and andOhio nniOhio nncOblo
Ohio announce that they tlle Art now nol ready rlId tt tcreceive ttooelvtl ttrocelve
receive bd bfds Jft on the th piwlluK and mason work workThis wurklbl workrhie
This lbl rooaue means thut this fortythree miles mtlmrokd mil ed edroad 1 1oitd
road will be IP 14 constructed Ht once as III nn nnlounwd flD10un antouneed
lounwd 10un d Thy lontriwtort for tliu tuunea tuuneasave tuunj tuunjjRve tI1UII tI1UIIlaVII
save twen at n work wor for a civnth or sn o
1 > Ii7 < 1
lIoKImm Intended lluriluriug nn Entire EntireVatully Entirealully EntireFarnlly
Vatully alully of Six 8bUr Dr Shaw Sha was teas Heading HeadingSundnySchool tollUnl tollUnlSunhlySchool tendingSundsyehool
SundnySchool LPMOU toHM Flve rivoYear rivoYearOlil l hYelrOM Year Yeartld
Olil Child When the 101111 As asln toimnlt OnhoUted toimnltlocl bnienitted
ted tlm Crime CrimeKansas CrimeKunsa CrimeKansas
Kansas City fty Mo Special SpoolaltIurborlng SpoolaltIurborlngimaglaary SpeelalT1arboringImaginary Hurborlng HurborlngImaginary
Imaginary wrongs John W MoKlmm M < JUmm aged aB d
20 2 > years shot and Instantly killed Dr B I IShow 1 1Hbav 1maw
Show his brotherinlaw as the latter sat satreading satreading at atreading
reading the tb Sundayschool Ion to his 5 5yenrold 6nrohl 5yearold
yenrold nrohl daughter daughterMoKlmm daughter1IcKllnm daughterMcKhnm
MoKlmm who had been L en an inmate of a asanitarium BsanltBilum asanttaltum
sanitarium and Is believed to be b insane insanetbreatoned tDanotbrontoned insanethreatened
threatened to kill the other five members ot ottho ottho ofthe
tho family and was only restrained after n nstruggle n nIItrulrgle nstruggle
struggle struggleDr IItrulrgleDr struggleDr
Dr Shaw la a widower His motherin motherinlaw motherlnlaV motherinlaw
law Mrs McK McKlintn lam bad cared for his chil children ohl ohldron chlldrop ¬
drop and his wTfe until she died The doc doctor doctor doetor ¬
tor us IS was his custom spent fj nt Sunday at tho thoMuKImm theMcKlmm i ilIIeIClmm
MuKImm house After dinner Shaw seated seatedhimself sontedhlmsolt seatedhimself
himself in a u chair In tho parlor and with hIs bischild hischild I Iohlld
child before him on tho floor was reading readingtho roalllngtho readingthe
tho Sundayschool lesson on to her MoKlmm MoKlmmns I
as it developed later had gone directly to tobis tohis
his room from the table and written n ram rambling rnmbllng rambling ¬ I
bling statement stlltew nt In which he stated that ho hobad hohud bebad
bad not boon treated rightly and nal that ho In Intended tntended intended ¬
tended wiping out the whole family conelittng con conslittug conslstlug
slittug ofDBhnw and his child hU mother mothertwo motherhfO mothertwo
two brothers and a sister sisterThen sisterThen lsterThen
Then descending to the parlor he slipped slippedup sllppeliup slippedup
up behind Shaw and placing the revolver revolveragainst r revolveragainst Tolver Tolveragainst
against tho latter fired Dr Shaw died be before blltoro before ¬
fore tho family could reach his side sideAs eldeAs sideAs
As the other members of tho family came camerushing camenuhlng camerushing
rushing to the scene MoKtmm coolly railed raitedhis railedhIli raisedhis
his revolver to fire nt the lint who appeared appearedBefore npPcRredDeCore appearedBefore
Before he could fire a a second tlmo he WM WMoverpowered WR8oVlrpowerBd wasovurpovored
overpowered by his two brothers and taken takento takento I Ito
to the station stationThere stationThere stationThere
There the murderer refused to talk and andappeared andappeared
appeared unconcerned unconcernedThe unconcernedTIM unconcernedThe I
The Shows and McKlmms came to Mis Missouri Mfe8ourl nll nllsourl ¬
souri from Pennsylvania 15 years ago Dr DrShaw DrShllw DrShttw
Shaw married marrl < Jd Mies McKimm lIIoK mm atLutbrop atLutbropMo lit Lltbrop LltbropJlIo LathropDIo
Mo Ho graduated from the University UniversityMedical UnlvorJUy1IIodicai UniversityModleal
Medical College in 1809 189 > and was prominent prominentIn
In his profession McKimm has been oon eonaldored ooneldored oonsldored
eldored of unsound mind for several years yearsand yearsand ears earsnnd
and was discharged from a local sa sanitarium sanitariumtwo sonltnrlumtwo nltarlum nltarlumtwo
two years cars ago as cured cure Recently howovor howovorho howoverho howovorho
ho had noted queerly The MoKlmms are arewelltodo nrQwelltodo arewelltodo
welltodo welltodoSAVANNAH welltodoSAYANNAII welltodoNAlANNA1f
Exports tsJIIr for 1lvo Ivo Months Largest In iltyn lilysIlletory iltynHistory 1JtylIHIstory
History IlletorySavannah HistorySavannah HIstorySavAnnah
Savannah Oa Special SpoclnlThe The export exportfrom exportrfrol11 exportsfrom
from this port portfor for the period of five months mouthsended monthsended monthsended
ended March 81 wero the largest of any nnyprovioui anyprevlou anyprevious
previous similar period perloliin in the history of the tboport theport theport
port portThe
The records of the customhouse show the thetotal thetotal thetotal
total value of exports for this period perlodlIlwnys perlodlIlwnysthe always alwaysthe alwaysthe
the busiest to havo bean C220208TG The Theb Tbebest Thebeet
b best st previous record WM for the period from fromNovember CromNovembor fromNovember
November 1801 to March 1892 both in inelusive Incluslve inelusive
elusive when the total valuo of tho exports exportswero exportllwero exportswere
wero 17337759 617397759Arrangements 17337759Arrangements 17SS77 0 0Arrnngomente
Arrangements for tho three now fnetorle fnetorlef fnotQrlee fnotQrleetor1hls faetQrleafor
f tor1hls for or thli city have bo boon n oausumranted d In the thopast thepast thepast
past week One is a shoo factory with n ncapital noapltal acapital
capital of d0000 < < 60000 It will employ CO bands handsA bandsA bandsA
A box anti basket factory to employ 16X 16Xbands 161hnnds 16bands
bands is tho second enterprise The third Is Isa Isa isa
a hardwood factory on IIutchlnsons Uland Ulandopposito blundopposlto lslandopposite
opposite the city cityFell citylIJtE cityII1tNp11
lIJtE II1tNp11 mN 1C1Lhltti 1C1Lhltti1e111vittl N Juruat JuruateU
Fell 1e111vittl eU With Falling IValU SVallsWhile aUN WillIe Battling JlattlliiRWith llaltllolWHh Battling11Ith
With a ninro ninroOwosso mRr mRrOwosso fllnxeOwosso
Owosso Ditch 8peclalTVo Special Two firemen firemenworo firemenworo firemenwore
woro killed by falling walls in a lira which whichdestroyed wblehdestroyed whichdestroyed
destroyed the Central High School of this lhlscity thisolty thiscity
city Three other firemen wero seriously
injured and two pnplls of the school wore worebadly worllbadly worebadly
badly hart hartThe hlrtThe hartThe
The tire caught from a burning chimney chlmaeywhloh chimneywblch chimneywhich
which spread through the cold air ducts to toAll toall
All 11 parts of the Urge building build lag The school schoolhoaso scboolbonae schoolhoaso
hoaso was on a hill and the engines were werounable wereunnblo wereunable
unable to furnish sufllclont sudielontforce force to render rentlotthe rendertoe reDllvrtbe
toe fire department o 01 much uie A portion portionof
of the walla wnUstell fell unexpectedly carrying ollrrylngFlro ollrrylngFlromen Fire Firemen ¬
men Boss and Tucker down to the basement basementwith basemeotwith basementwith
with the dobrU The Theother other firemen who full fullwith t tellwith H Hwith
with the walls were badly braised nnd nndcrushed nndcrushed nodcrushed
crushed but are expected to recover Tlie T1tcbuilding Tliebuilding 111tbuilding
building wan valued at 8125000 tt12I OOO ininrnncu ininrnncuOTJ InlflnlJI46otO intnrnncoOLO
Two lii nN61jIlt J M lcil Prmn Fr h Snvuiinuli vlInth Ulttnlrarn IJuthnr IJuthnr1rotn 5sh 5shream
ream Honhtin Wnralilp itarnhlpSavannah WnralilpSJiVKOnah WlusblpSlIvlnnab
Savannah Ga SpoolnlTb 8poolftl Th drudge drudgeBAbcootc
Babcock drodulng fn tho river for tho 6wminute tw twmlnats tH tHmloa1
minute of tho Georgia and Alabama JMI JMIW 11d1fflly1 IDdlway
W way fflly1 y a few days ago picked pick up two old lid type tyaEnglish tyneEnallm typeFnglleh
English cannon in the manofrwar wreak ft ftU Ctla ftis
U polling out nearly opposite the tb foot of ofBull ojDull ofBall
Bull street treet ODD gull weighs about l90t l90tpounds i6G i6Gpounds I8dbpounds
pounds and tbo th other about 810 pounds poundsThe pouDlhirho pountliThe
The vessel Is supposed to have been sank aonkat 8anltat sankat
at tb the time ot the British occupation ot the tholty tbulty theshy
shy lty nod when w the Preach nllloa sailed aatl < < 1ip 4p ipthe
the river to attack IItt lk them themThe themTho themThe
The dredge has already taken out a anum anumbor nun nunbor nambar
bor of caaaou balls and n4 several oovera Silver coins cofnsof coinsof coinsof
of a 1 date ot more than 100 year rears ago I I
The South which during the tb past three 01 offour 01lour 01four
four years baa helot such a 1 notable position positionin
in the history hl tory of the iron world Is showing showingno
no tendency to lose any of Its prestige Th Thrather The Thetnther TheLuther
rather it Is assuming oven greater import importance ImportnMO lmportaac0ln ¬
ance aac0ln in calculations about tho demands and andthe Bl1dthe andthe
the moans to meet them in the future Thin Tblifact Thl Thlfact Thinfact
fact Is constantly being brought home to tostudents tostud tostudents
students stud nts of the situation situlltlollin in this thl country and andabroad andabroalJ andabroad
abroad It is recognized and noted wIth vrlthitmpbnsis wIthAmphlll8 withemphasis
emphasis In this weeks Issue of the Manu Manufacturers lIIanufacturers Manufacturers ¬
facturers Record by Mr Stephen Jeans of ofLondon orIondon ofLondon
London one OUl of the worldauthorltes world authorlttes on the thesubject thesubJeot thesubject
subject and for many years SncteUry of oftbo ottbo ofthe
tbo British Iron and Steal Institute He ro rovlows reviews toviews
views In an elaborate artlelo the outlook oi oipossible 01poeslble ofpossible
possible supplies of material in European Europeannnd Eurupeannnd Europeanand
nnd American Holds discusses the relative relativeImportance reliltlvoImportance reletiveimportance
Importance of Bessemer and basic ores Mil MilIn aadIn 111 111In
In conclusion says soysTo faYITo saysTo
To those thoeowho who possess pO8 possopsironore ironore properties propertiesor properE es esor
or whoso manufacturing and general senerallndl1 senerallndl1trlnllnterosts indus industrial indOstrlal ¬
trial trlnllnterosts Interests are bound up in the Southern SouthernStates SoutbernRtnt SouthernStates
States Rtnt ftbhould it Should be a matter of satisfaction satisfactionto
to know that the future Is likely to have in intore InIore invlore
vlore tore n vast nst increase of demand for the ores oresof oreaot oresof
of whlahAlabama which Alabama Virginia Kentucky Rea tlcky and nndVvnnossee andnnossee and1vnnessee
Vvnnossee nnossee possess suoh great reat stores storesthoso storesthosou3 storesthoseospoalally thoso thosoojpoolally
ojpoolally u3 oolall suited forthebaslcateel for the bnelcsteellntlustry bnelcsteellntlustryIt basicsteel industry industryIt
It M J probable that In respect of such sup supplies suppllls suppUea ¬
plies tho South dons not possess any apodal apeoisladvantage apodaladvantage speolillnd
advantage nd YRntuga over the Mosaba range ran go but the thaSouth thoSouth theSouth
South does possess tho unquestionable ad advantage AdTAntnge advantago
vantage of having the ores und tho fuel tUlllln tUllllnJuxtuposltlon In Injuxtaposition injuxtaposition
juxtaposition while the Megabit Mesab ores ore are arenearly arenea arenearly
nearly nea ly tt thousand miles from the moat con convenient convenlent convenlont ¬
venient coal coalfield field and anllnro and are moreover much muchfarther m muchfarther ch chtarther
farther from tidewater tbnn the chief do deposits doposits doposits ¬
posits of the he South It this means any anything anythlnlf anything
thing it surely points to the tact that the theSouth theSoutb theSouth
South could hardly go wrong in throwing throwingspirit throwlnsspirit throwingspirit
spirit and enterprise Intotbetlevolopment In to tho development of ofits 01Its ofits
its basicsteel industry which In all nountries noun countries oountrlesnllke ¬
tries trlesnllke alike is so likely to become the steel steelbusiness steelbnsllles steelbusiness
business par excellence of tho future futureIt tuturen futureIt
It may reasonably be expected that before be boforo betoro
toro I oloso this article I should attempt t toffer to tooller tooiler
offer some somet somesuggestions t suggestions as to the probable probablefuture probableflltUN probablefutureotdbntand
future futureotdbntand ofdfemand and prices This how howoverIa howover11I howoverfs
overIa a arlsky risky undertaiclngund I do not notclalm notclalmLo claim claimto
to bo any wiser than my friends trl < Jnds and neigh neighbors nelahbor neighboss ¬
boss although my business for a quarter quarterof
of V 11 century has boen to watch and andrecord andrecord andrecord
record the movements of the trade in differ different dlIYernt differeat ¬
eat nt countries Bather more than two twomonths twomonths twomonths
months of tho year 1000 have already passed passedinto passedInto passedinto
into history hlstor During those two months ao aofar aotar sotar
tar as tho figures are at command the out output output output ¬
put of pig Iron has boen considerably larger largerthan largerthnn largerthan
than that of tho corresponding porlod of last lastyear IllS IllSyoar lastyear
year In the United States the rate of pig pigIron pigIroll pigiron
Iron output has been nearly 1500000 tons a ayear ayear ayear
year In excess of 1899 In Great Britain tho thoincrease tholocreaso theincrease
increase of output has been at the rate of offully ottuHy offully
fully 250000 tons over 1899 and in Germany Germanyand Germlloy1t1t1 Germanyand
and Belgium the advance ad VIInce has bean quite quiteequal qUItBequal quiteequal
equal to that of the first two months of 1S9J 1S9JNo 1591No 1990No
No one anticipates that the total make of ofpig 01pig ofpig
pig iron in 1900 will be under that o 01 the theprevious the theprevious theprelous
previous year Very few pooplo expect thatbefore that thatbefore tbatlJeforo
before the end of the current year oar there will willbo willbo willbe
bo any material slump In prlcos On the thaother thoother theother
other hand there is no general expectation expectationthat expectationthat expectationthat
that the prevailing boom will be continued continuedat
at its present lovel much beyond the current ourrtntyear ourren ourren111M currentyear
year It must be overlooked that it has al already airelJy already ¬
ready lasted longer and has assumed greater greaterdimensions grlJaterdlmel14lone greaterdimensions
dimensions than any an previous porlod of ofprosperity otprosperity ofprosperity
prosperity In Europo it began In the year
1896 so that before tho end of 1000 It will willhave willhavo willhave
have bad n life lilt of about five years which In Innbout 111about Inabout
about twlco tho duration of thu previous previousbooms provloullbooms previousbooms
booms of 187274 187981 anti nn 189900 It Is lano Isno Isno
no doubt true that every boom has flu own ownspecial ownspecial ownspecial
special genesis gene l and is to a large extent uten utenlaw n nlaw alaw
law unto Itself That law in the present presentens presentclue presentease
ens clue may be summed sum mod up In three worda wordaarmaments wordaarmllmontq wordsarmaments
armaments electricity and sanitationThose sanitation sanitationThose snnltaUonTbose
Those shibboleths aroatlU are still prominently to totho totho tothe
tho front and appear likely to remain so soThe soTbe soThe
The number of minor demands 4emllnds is legion and andthey andthey andthey
they are all pressing their olnlms so that thatthero tha thathero thatthere
thero Is really good cause to suppose supp03etbllt that we wohave wehave wehave
have reached n permanently higher stand standard standrd standard ¬
ard rd of iron and steel demands and of higher higherprices hlgbe1price higherprices
prices In Europe at nny rate It Is not anticlpatod an anticipated nntlclpatod ¬
ticipated that Iron ores coal and coke will willagain willRltaln willagain
again be so low in price as II they faro been beentf beenIt beenIf
tf the United State can continue to supply supplythesa supplythese supplythese
these commodities In the future ns cheaply cheaplyas oheaplas
as they wore supplied up to about Ibol H rear yoarego rearagowell yearagowell
ego agowell well so much the better for forthe the United UnltodBUtej Ualtctlllitates United6tates
Arrustod on n Serious Serious Charge CliarsWarsaw CJUIlZfWauav ChargeWarsaw
Warsaw Vn SpecllllII Special H P I Dodson of ofraneaator ofrane8tor ofraueaster
raneaator county < was arrested and taken takenboforo tkenbuCorQ takenbefore
before Juitlw 1lnknrd Inkartl charged ebltrg with burn burning buthInJ burnlag ¬
lag InJ his Podsonu notl on storehouse and the More Morehouse ator atorhouse otON1l01Ue
house of J E Oonnellse of that county countyKxnmlnatlon count countHxnmlnntlon countyMznminatloa
Kxnmlnatlon pt of charges was postponed tlned for torLO
10 days
A l lilt III Coal c l lOharlston l stoat stoatCharleston e l lCharleston
Charleston W V Vn SpeolalOaeof of th thlargest tblargest the thelargest
largest ooal deals ever mnda In thlD district districtwns dlstrlotwas districtwas
was closed los d hero by 0 J J Wlttanborg pw preel preeldent l ldont Itlent
dent of the High Carbon Coat Jon and Ook OokCompany OokOompnny Coke CokeCompnny
Company of New York The owners of 29 29collorlea 2 2collorle 20eollerles
collorlea signed IIlgn 1 contracts with tbl this com company oompnny company ¬
pany for the sale of all coal ooallhlp shipped d by thorn thornEast tbemERst themEast
East for the ensuing year Those mine minehave mlneaban mines mineshave
have a dally output of 8000 tone A Urg Urgpart largpart largo largopart
part of this coal will 111 to exported from New Newport Newport Newport
port News Va and will reach foreign mar markets warkets markets ¬
kets to whiob American Amorlc n ooal has never be before boforo before ¬
fore found admlttanw admlttanwThe admlttlDOlhe admittanooThe
The Kh UheUvo Khedlva dT ot Klcypt Jay t draws a dIAry ry ten tentlutea tellIIe
1 tlutea 1 IIe 1150 us asreatM great n as that thatiIl thayel n tho Irasldeut 1i at aUhe aUheUnited the thaUnited theUnited
United i MtatM MtatMA lltat lltatObrli tatwt tatwtA
A flcriiian Obrli nStatmAluflne nStatmAluflneBerllD Stattxmitu lu inssne inssneBerlin ne neBerlin
Berlin By CableCarl Cablet Oabl Or CIrl Orttet O rM a well walltnowa wellnOWU wellcrown
crown member mom r of tb the Reichstag bin become becomeI
ln luau an

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