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I VOLi3 VUL a WASHINGTON D DO 0 SATURDAY r lit APRIL PR 13 1901 NO 12 12r 1
Domestic DomesticThe DomestkThe Domest7cThe
The large retail dry Roods store of ofJulius ofJUlius ofJulius
Julius Meyers Sons in Richmond Va VaIVas Vawas ya yawns ¬
was destroyed by fire The Stock stc Stockand Stockandfiactures > ckand ckandIhctures and andfixtures
fixtures arc insured for about 180000 iSooooThe 180000The 180000The
The building which was owned by B BRaab BHaab BRaab
Raab and K M Eisfeld was insured insuredor Insuredfor Insuredfor
for or 40000 4ooooIn 40000In oooo ooooIII
In the annual report of the American AmericanBible AmerIcannible AmericanBiblc
Bible Society Rev Re Dr John R llyken llykenthe Hykellthe Flykeathe
the Societys fluent Allentin in China tells of the themassacre theI11I1Rsacre themnssacre
massacre of missionaries and of native nativeChristian nativeChristian nativeChristian
Christian convertsDr converts convertDr convertsDr
Dr John T Duflield professor emeri emerl emerltllS emeritus ¬
tus of mathematics at Princeton Uni University University University ¬
versity died at his home in Princeton Princetonaged Princetonaged Princetonaged
aged 78 years yearsD yearn yearsB
D Forst a member of f the New York YorkConsolidntcd YorkConsolidated YorkConsolidated
Consolidated Exchange was suspended suspendedLater susp suspendedLater nded I ILater
Later he committed suicide suicideDr suicideDr suicideDr
Dr Wm Jay Youmans editorrthePopular editor edltodJPthe edltodJPthePopular Of the thePopular
Popular Science Monthly died at it his hishome hbhome hishome
home at Mount Vernon N Y YTwo YTwo YTwo
Two men were killed by the explosion explosionof
of a boiler in Norfolk Va VaThe VaThe VaThe
The transport t ansport Rawlins burned in her herpier herIier herpier
pier pier Iier at Brooklyn N Y YA YI YA
I A soap trust is said to be forming ormng in inChicago inChicago inChicago
Chicago ChicagoAnnual ChicagoAnnua ChicagoAnnual
Annual appointments of the Baltimore BaltimoreConference DaltimoreConierence BaltimoreConierence
Conierence Methodist Mc hiodist Episcopal ChurchSouth Church ChurchSouth ChurchSOllth
South were announced at Roanoke RoatiokcrThe RoanokeThc RoanokeThe
The first steel cable to connect the thegreat thereat timegreat
great reat towers of the new East river riverbridge riverhrid river riverbridge
bridge hrid e Ncw New York was successfully successfullylaid
laid laidIt It is stated Itatcc that a movement is is on onfoot tnot onfoot
foot ot to consolidate all of the larger largermachinery largcrmachinery largermachinery
machinery and stationary engine plants plantsRev phll1tsRcv plantsRev
Rev Dr John Wylie Faircs of Philadelphia Phila Philadelphia Philadelphia ¬
delphia the oldest mlumnus of the Uni University University University ¬
versity of Pennsylvania P nnsylvlnia Is dead deadNumerous deadNnmerous deadNumerous
Numerous mills have been compelled compelledto
to shut down in Massachusetts towns townsbecause townlbecallse townsbecause
because of the floods ods In the town pi piLawrence pfJawrenee PlIawrence
Lawrence 20000 millworkers area rJil tdliv idle idleWill1 idJ idJWill
iv Ms t fi Will Will1Ms r M tIi4if11f l lmurder 6 AleDt lll Rl ilellI ilellIt t 1fl 1fl111l1rderof l6 l6murder Mil
murder 111l1rderof of old Mr Wustlicli Wust1i ll in Granite GranitePa GritlltePa GratiitcPa
Pa nearly two years yearsll ago agoSilas agoSilas o oSila
Silas Sila Dougherty of list Hampton Halnpt to p to n Vnwas Vn Vnwas VItwas
was acquitted of the charge of tryihg tryihgto tryingto
to murder his wife the pistol he used usedHot lIsedlIot usedtint
Hot being loaded loadedJacob loadedJacob loadedJacob
S Jacob Gnlumbcck was shot and killed killedby killedIy killedS
by a colored man named Morser Morse whom whomhe whomhe vhoil1he
he tried to prevent killing William Bar Barton Barton Barton ¬
ton tonMrs Mrs Katherine Runk married her herfiftluhusband herfiftthllsband herfifth
fiftluhusband fifth husband in the villa of Farmers FarmersPa FarmersPa FarmersPa
Pa the groom being young Samuel J JHarold JHarold 3Harold
Harold HaroldMrs HaroldMrs HaroldMrs
Mrs Harriet H arrie Er E Thompson proprie proprietress proprie proprietress proprictress ¬
tress of the railroad hotel and restau restaurant restaurant restaurant
rant in Martinsburg W Va died there thereon tltereon thereon
on Sunday
Twenty free scholarships have been beenestablished beenestablished beenestablished
established by the board of trustees of ofthe ofth ofthe
the th University of Pennsylvania PennsylvaniaA Pennsylvaniacombination
A combination of the various wine wineclass wineWass vhiiec
class Wass c lass interests was effected in New NewYork Nework
York YorkHenry 1 ork orkHenry orkHenry
Henry Marcunft Mtr uni a farmer of Wilson Wlisondale Wilsondale Wilsondale
dale W Va was killed from ambush ambushAnthony amlHlIhAnthon ambushAnthony
Anthony Anthon Black was killed by a trol trolley trolIcy trolIcy ¬
Icy car in Elizabeth Elizab th City county Va VaFortlin VaForeign VaForeign
Foreign FortlinNo ForeignNo ForeignNo
No clue hag yet been discovered disco rod to tothe tothe tothe
the gold bars that were stolen from the thespecie thespeCle thespecie
specie room of the steamer Kaiser Wil Wilhelm Wilhelm Vil Vilhelm
helm der Grosse The North German GermanLloyd GermaltLloyd GermanLloyd
Lloyd Company has offered a reward rewardof
of 10000 marks for the return of tht thtgold thtgold thegold
gold or the discovery of the thieves thievesThere thlcve thlcveThere thievesThere
There was a notable demonstration at atToulon atToulon atToulon
Toulon and nndat at Villefranche V llefranche At the lat latter lattcr hatter ¬
ter place M Ioubet visited the Russian Russiansquadron Rus3iansquadron Russiansquadron
squadron and at < It Toulon received the theDuke theDuke theDuke
Duke of Genoa representing the King Kingof KingofItaly Kingof
of ofItaly Italy j jA
A mob stoned the monastery of Para Paramos Paramas Para Paranos ¬
mos nos in Portugal and the monks re replied reo reoplied red ¬
plied with gunshotsLe gunshots gunshotsLe gunsh < lts ltsLe
Le Slecle the leading Dreyfuslte or organ organ organ ¬
gan in Paris failed for lack of support supportLagouski supportLagouski supportLa
Lagouski La ouski who tried to assassinate assassinatethe assassl11atethe assassinatethe
the Russian Privy Councilor Pobre PobredonostzdT Pobredonostzeff Pobredonostzeff
donostzeff was sentenced to six years yearspenal yearspeual yearspeual
peual servitude servitudeChinese servitudeChinese servitudeChinese
Chinese robbers robber were surprised s rprlsed at atTanshan atTtnshan atTanshan
Tanshan in Pcchili Province by the theGermans theGermans theGermans
Germans under Captain MeisterThe Meister MeisterThe MeisterThe
The White Star liner Teutonic with withJ withJ withJ
J Pierpont Morgan as nS a I passenger ar arrived aIrivee arrived ¬
rived at Queenstoyn QueenstoynGeneral > tGeneral t tGeneral
General Botha is reported to ti have haveopened haveopened haveopened
opened negotiations with the British for forpeace forpeace forpeace
peace peaceLord
Lord Kitchener reports that the British Brit British British ¬
ish have occupied Pietersburg capital capitalof capitalof
of the Boer Government and captured captured6o
60 Boers and quantities of o ammunition ammunitionOne ammuntttonOne ammunitionOne
One hundred men of the Fifth Lancers Lancersand Lancerstnd Lancersand
and Imperial Imperial Yeomanry were surround surrounded
fA ed liw by th the Boers TJrvrrc and nnrl It 75 eintured captured north northof northof northof
of Aberdeen Cape Colony
The Czar ordered the Russian squad squadron squadIon squadvon ¬
ron back to French waters to salute salutePresident salutePresident salutePresident
President Loubet at Villa Franche and andthe andlhe andthe
the French Government officials the thepress thepress thepress
press and the people are overjoyed at atthis atthis atthis
this proof of the continuance of the theFrancoRusso theFrancoRusso thePrancoRusso
FrancoRusso alliance alliancePolice alliancePolice alliancePolice
Police guarded the approaches to the thepalace thepalace thepalace
palace in in Berlin to prevent an antiliritish anti antiBritish antillrit
British llrit sh demonstration dell1olI ration when Englandspecial Englands Englandnecial Englandspeclal
peclal necial commissioners commllutoners were received by bythe bylite bythe
the Emperor and formally announced announcedthe
the accession acccsslon of King Edward VII
The Emperor has decreed that Enc
lish K be tnirlit taught in in in tlto the t GerIlnn L schoolsinstead schools schoolsinstead 1 fl flinstead
instead of French 1renchPresident lrenchPresident FrenchPresident
President Loubet placed a crown ol offlowers olflowers 01nowers
flowers upon upo Gambettas tomb 111 at Nice ice
Dry Ooods and Department Store Com Combine Comblnels Cornbloc ¬
bloc blnels Is Under Way WayTHE WayTilE WnyTHE
THE CAPITAL PLACED AT 20000000 20000000Tliree 20000000Three 20000000Three
Three Large New York Establishments Form Formlite Formthc Formthe
thc Nucleus and the Plan Is to Extend the theSystemJobbers theSystemJobbers theSystemJobbers
SystemJobbers Fear Such a Union Will WIIISeriously WillSeriously WillSeriously
Seriously Jeopardise Their Interests With WltbRctallersCtplta WithRetailersCapital WithRetallersCapltal
RetailersCapital Increased Several FoldNew Fold FoldNew FodNew
New York Special SpeeialJ J P Morgan MorganCo MorganCo MorganCo
Co made public the prospectus ot otthe otthe ofthe
the combination of dry goods and de department department department ¬
partment store interests which that firm firmhas firmleas
has been financing
The new corporation whicji is is to be beknown benown beknown
known nown as the Associated Merchants MerchantsCompany MerchantsCompany MerchantsCompany
Company is capitalized at 20000000 i20OOOOOOAt 20000000At 20000000At
At the outset it sakes takes over the business businessof
of the tI e H B Clartin atlin Company one of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the largest dry goods jobbing houses lousesin housesin
in the world j that of the Adams Dry
Goods Company which does a retail retailbusiness retailbusiness retailbusiness
business on Sixth avenue this city and andthat amtthat andthat
that of the Twentythird street estab establishment establishment establishment ¬
lishment of James McCreery Co CoA Cospecial CoA
A special charter granted by Connec Connecticut Connecticut Connecticut ¬
ticut bolsters up the new corporation corporationOf
Of the authorized capital of 20000000 zo0ooooothere 20000000there 20000000there
there will be issued 10000000 in tit firstpreferred first firstpreferred firstpreferred
preferred cumulative 5 per cent stock stockConvertible stockonvertiQle stockconvertihle
Convertible onvertiQle at the pleasure of the holder holderinto holderinto holderinto
into into second preferred cumulative stock stockor stockor stockor
or into common stock There will be be5ocoooo beSoooooo
5ocoooo second preferred cumulative cumulativeS
S per cent stock and 5000000 com comiion com110n comnon
non stock stockOf stoelOf stockOf <
Of the first preferred stock Jr J P PMorgan PI PMorgan
I Morgan Co in a circular issued by bythem bythem bythem
them offer 5OOQooo at par The Theterms TheLterJl1s Thefcrns
LterJl1s terms of subscription are Ihatjs that thattr ha JLnQl JLnQltr PS PSWNU
WNU tr ItoirtHtflJHaW tAUIt tit IJpdttl ird qnec Ot1cc an dt0e1trMtI dt0e1trMtIthe irtBindMffttl irtBindMffttlthe rin rinthe
the remaining 65 per per cent on July 15 15next 15ncxt 15text
next Although the circular announcesthat announces announcesthai announcesthaI
thai applications applications for subscriptions will willbe willbe willbe
be received until April 15 it is understood under understood understood ¬
stood that the underwriting syndicate syndicatehas syndicateas syndicatehas
has as been Already Iready largely oversubscribed oversubscribedIn d dIn
In an 111 open letter from from John Claflin Claflinpresident Clnfhnpresident Clalinpresident
president of the JI II L P Pr Claflin Company Companyto CoIlp Cp npany npanyto ny nyto
to J P Morgan Co which is ap appended apI apperidcd ¬
pended I ellded to the circular Mr Claflin ex explains explains explains ¬
plains in detail that the purpose of the thecompany thecompany thecompany
company is to acquire various dry drygoods drygoods drygoods
goods businesses or interests in the city cityof c cityof ty tyof
of New York and several other large lhrgeciticsof largecities l rge rgecities
cities citicsof of the United Stages St 1 cs In J n pur pursuance pursuance pur ¬
suance suance of this purpose hcsays hcrsavs he says the corporatian cor corporation corporation ¬
poration has already acquired acquirefronthim acquirefronthimself from froltlltim froltlltimself him himself ¬
self and his associates 45001 shares or ora ora ora
a majority of the stock of the H B BClaflin BClanin BClaflin
Claflin Company which Is now paying
d dividend divid ndof of 8 per percent cent a year on Its Itscommon ItsIOillntO1 Itscommon
common common stock tock The corporation has hasalso hasalso hasalso
also acquired 18001 18oor of the total 36000 36000harcs 36000Fhares 36000shares
shares ° of the Adams Dry Goods Com Campanty Company CCimpan
pany pan panty stock and the entire business in including including ineluding ¬
cluding merchandise good will lease leasehold leasehold leasehold ¬
hold and working capital of the Twen Twentythird Twentythird Twentythird ¬
tythird street establishment of James JamesMrCreery JameslfCreery JamesMcCreery
MrCreery Co CoMr CoMr CoMr
Mr Claflin further explains that the theproceeds theproceeds theproceeds
proceeds of the remaining 7000000 7000000preferred 7000000 7000000preferred 7oooooopreferred
preferred stock will be used to pur purchase purchase Uf Ufcha
chase cha e tangible assets and securities of ofother ofother ofother
other dry goods businesses at the cash cashvalue cashlIlue cashvalue
value lIlue and provide ample working capi capital capital capital ¬
tal so that the Associated Merchants MerchantsCompany ilerchantsCompany MerchantsCompany
Company may transact business on a acash afmlh acant
cash cant basis practically without debt debtThe debtThe debtThe
The proceeds of the first preferred preferredstock preferredstock preferredstock
stock arc not to be used to purchase purchasegood purcllaseIood purchasegood
good will or like intangible assets holy Iioyever hov hovever holyever
ever great thejr value and all the busi businesses businesses bustnesses ¬
nesses to be bought arc rire to be estab established establIsh cstablislhcl ¬
lished lIsh d concerns whose earning power povvctfit powelril
fit demonstrated demonstratedKENTUCKYS demonstrltedKENTUCKYS demonstratedKENTUCKYS
Companies Delog Organized to Develop the tboFieldProduct theFieldProduct
FieldProduct of Good Quality QuslltySomerset QualitySomerset QualitySoulersel
Somerset Ky Special SpecialSeverJI Several oil oildevelop oUcompanies oilcompanies
companies have been organized here te tedevelop todevelop
develop oil and gas territory in tlt the <
KentuckyTennessee fields southwest othis o othis 0this
this place lace The Somerset Oil Company Companywhich Companywhich Companywinch
which struck the recent gusher at
Sunny Brook forty miles south of thisplace this thiiplace thhplace
place was incorporated with a capita capitaof capitalof capitaof
of 10000 for the purpose of develop developing ¬
ing ing leases 1 ses near the Sunny Brook Brooligusher BroogUlher Brookgusher
gusher Cincinnati and Somerset capi capiOil capitalists capitalists
talists have organized or anized the Sunny Brook BrookOil
Oil and Gas Company Company with home offi offices offices offrces ¬
ces at this thislace place placefor for the purpose of drill drilling ¬
ing oil and an and gas wells in Wayne county
Ky K and Fentress county Tcnn The Thecapital Thecapital Thecapital
capital stock of this company Is 25000 25000Cincinnati 25000Cincinnati 25oooCincinnati
Cincinnati and Somerset companr oil oi men in fnen en have havealso haveaho havealso
also organized Orb 1ni ed the Cincinnati Oil and andGas andGns andGas
Gas Company with a capital stock ol ofiooooo
100000 for work In Wayne Wayne county
Ky and Fentress county Tenn Tenntcntion Tenntent Tenntentton
tcntion tent ion among Eastern oil men The Thejj Thej TheIi
jj j 3ujj3CJ Supauilte unltlJne B sj s jpq H q i no no o josjatuos SJjtuOS stu atiLctuUAIcsuuad stuCIUCAI lIILUIMISUUtd
ctuUAIcsuuad CIUCAI UIMISUUtd SUUSJ SB apwa apes attics Dtj tl Jo JO s Si no nooil Itooil o ooil
oil and is valuable as a lubricating And Andnuinatlng tndllnating
nuinatlng llnating oil oilMrs oilMrs oilMrs
Mrs Nation Wants Her Hatchets HatchetsTopcka lIatchetTopeka latchetLTopeka
Topeka Kan Special SpecialMrs Mrs Carrie CarrieNation CarrieNation i iNation
Nation says she will sue the city for forsome forsome forsome >
some of her hatchets which arc now in inthe inthe inthe
the possession of the police department departmentThe departmentThe departmentThe
The hatchets were taken from her on onthe onthe onthe
the occasions of her several arrests arrestsduring arrestsdllring arrestsduring
during saloonsmashing saloou smashing days She made madea
a demand on the chief of police for the thehnirbits thenllrlll theharclrrts
hnirbits nllrlll tl toIlav to < lav hilt rmt w wu n rpn1 > fie
Botha Said to Have Made OvertureaDe Wet WeiStill WetStili WetStill
Still Refuses RefusesLondon RelusesLondon RefusesLondon
London By CableThe Cable The following followln followlncensored followingcensored
censored dispatch received from Cape Capetown Cap Capetown ¬
town is received with a grain ot salt in inview 111view inview
view of the fact announced in Parlia Parliamcnt Parllttment Parliament
ment that Kitchener and not Both Botbabegan Bothabewail Bothbegan
began the recent peace negotiations negotiationswhich negotiationswhich negotiationswhich
which failed failedGeneral failedGcneral failedGeneral
General Botha has reopened nego negotiations neBoeiations negotiations ¬
tiations with the British for peace Itris lbis
is understood here that altough Gen General Gener Gencral ¬
eral er tl Dc Wet in his recent interview interviewwith interviewwith interviewwith
with Botha refused to surrender yet yetBotha yetBotha yetBotha
Botha regarding him as irresponsible irresponsibleundertakes irreSIJOl1slbcundertakes irresponsibieundertakes +
undertakes to negotiate in behalf of thin thoentire th thentire thinentire
entire Boer forces The British authori authorities authorities authorities ¬
ties here consider that if Botha surrenders sur surrenders surrenders ¬
renders De Wets following can bo boeasily b beasily boeasily
easily taken takenAs takenAs takenAs
As explained here this action was wasdetermined waSdetermined wasdetermined
determined in part by Bothas 11oth l discov discovery discovery discovcry ¬
ery at a recent meeting that De Wets Wetsintellect Wet Wetinellect Wetsintellect
intellect had weakened and that his influenee in influence Influence ¬
fluence with his followers was diminish diminishing diminishin diminishin
ing in and that a continuance of tIle cam camEaign campugn cammaign
pugn in view of De Wets irresponik irresponikility irresponakbility irresponslbility +
Eaign bility ility rested with Botha alone aloneRegarding aloneRegarding aloneRegarding
Regarding General De Wets Wel mental mentalCondition mentalcondition mentalcondition
Condition reports have been conflicting
for some time His recent seeming in inactivity inactivity inactivity ¬
activity it is said in London points to toui tothere tothere
ui there ii being ucuiii aiuii some truth irum in in the the lut i rumor rumorwhich rumorwhich uiiiui uiiiuiwhich
which allege that long continued hard hardships 11ardships hardships
ships under the harassing British pur pursuit pursuit purrshit
suit have unhinged his mind But it is iswell iswell is iswell
well known that Lord Kitchener has liasbeen hilSbeen hasbeen
been suppressing news of De Wets re recent rco rcocent rccent
cent raids A correspondent of tile tlieTimes tileTimes tltcTimes
Times recently recenU acknowledged the won wonderful wonderful wonderful
derful foresight and fertility of re resource resource resource ¬
source which characterized General GeneralDe GeneralDc GeneralDc
Dc Wets retreat from Cape Colony ColonySAFE ColonySAFE v vSAFE
Three Oold Bars Stolen Stole oa the falser Wllbclm Wllbclmchived WIheltl WIheltlDer
Der prse prsert9
r1 arms rt9 y Cb Cable A r report wait rtl rtlc rC rCcgiveJ
chived c iveJ from Cherbourg that three thl te bars barsot barsot barsat
ot gold were stolen front the strong strongroom strongroom strongroom ¬
room qf the steamer Kaiser WiUielm WiUielmdcr WiUlelmdel WiUtelmder
del Grosse on the passage from NewYork New NewYork NewYork
York for Bremen The value of thegold the thegold thegold
gold is variously stated state A story print printed printed printed ¬
ed here ascribes to the agent of the theNorth theNorth theNorthGennan
North NorthGennan German Lloyd Ll yd Steamship Company Com Company ComPlln ¬
pany Plln a statement statemcntthat that it was worth Jao Jaocoo 20 20coo o oeoo
coo while the police are credited with withvaluing withvaJujn withvaluing
valuing vaJujn each acn bar at tt 20000 The theft theftwas theEtwas theftwas
was discovered when the steamer was wasabout wasabout wasabout
about twentyfour I hours distant from frontthe fromthe froll1the
the French coast A safe hi the t e strong strongrqom strongr9om strongrgom
rqom had been forced open op open n and the theBars thebars
Bars iIS were were Iere gone A smaller smal1 r safe alongside along alongside alongside ¬
side the rifled one containing jewelry jewelryand jewelryand
and other valuables was not touched touchedThe touchedThe touchedThe
The SlOiyadds story tory adds that the officers kept keptthe keptthe keptthe
the affair a secret and did not interferewith interfere interferewith Interferewith
with the passengers landing at tt Cher Cherbourg Cherbourg Cherbourg
bourg beyond beyondacql acquainting ainting the customs customsofficials customsofficials customsofficials
officials of the theft and requ reo uelM uelMthem I Ithem e ethem <
them to serch for the gold goldDEVOURED goldDEVOURED goldDBYOURED >
Ghastly Trite Tnl of ofC of Cannibalism b ism From Nora NoraScotloa N Nora NoraScotlae y yScotlalJ
Scotloa Dark AnjoU AngolaLondon AnjoULondon AngoaLondon
London By Cable CableThe The Singapore Singaporecorrespondent Singaporeorrespondent Singaporecorrespondent
correspondent of the Daily Express Expresswires ExpresswIres Expresswires
wires a ghastly story of cannibalism at atsea atsea atsea
sea brought to Singapore by two sur survivors survivors survivors ¬
vivors of the Nova Scotian bark Angola Angolawrecked Angflawr Ang ola olawrecked
wrecked wr cked six days sail from roam ManilaOa ManilaOat9her Manila L Oc Oct9ber > c ctober
tober 23 3 last The correspondent says saysThe saysThe saysThe
The survivors sl rvivors Johnnsen a Swedeand Swede Swedeand Swedeand
and Marticornu a Spaniard assert that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the Angola struck a a i reef Two rafts raftswere raftswere raftswere
were built The smaller bearing fivemen five fivemen fivemen
men disappeared The other with withtwelve withtwelve withtwelve
twelve men drifted for forty days Thesailore The Thesailore Thesailore
sailore ate barnacles barnacle seaweed and finally final finally finally ¬
ly their boots bootsOn boots i iOn
On the twentyfifth day two became becameInsane becameinsane becameinsane
Insane and killed themselves On timetwentysixth the thetwentysixth theI
twentysixth a Frenchman killed timemate the themate themate
I mate mate with an axe drank his blood and andtried andtried andtried
tried to eat eat his brains but was prevent prevented prcventcd prevented ¬
ed by the others Next day the French Frenchman Frenchman Frenchman ¬
man was killed while attempting tomurder to tomurder tCJmurder
murder the captain The survivors all allof allof allof
of of whom were now insane ate ie the theFrenchmans theFrenchmans theFrenchmans
Frenchmans body bodyA bodyAhorse
1 1A
A Ahorse Horse Abattoir AbattoirPortland AbattoirPortland AbattoirPortland
Portland Ore Special SlccialThe The horseabattoir horse horseabattoir horseabattoir
abattoir at Linnton which was shut shutdown shutd shutdown
d down wh last fall has started up again As Asconditions Asconditions Asconditions
conditions are now nowlllore more favorable forits for forits forit
its it successful operation It is likely tobe to tobe tobe
be kept running indefinitely About 800 800cafute 800cttule 800cause
cafute cause ponies have been sent in from fromthe fromthe rota rotathe
the ranges and it is probable that 1oooowill 10000 10000will JOooowill
will be slaughtered this year It 1 t isestimated is isestimated isestimated
estimated drat there are more than 500 500coo
000 cayuse ponies ranging over the thecountry thecountry thecountry
country tributary to this market The Thestockmen Thestockmen Thestockmen
stockmen arc very anxious that these
horses should be driven away to pre preserve preserve preserve ¬
serve the ranges to cattle and sheep
Horse meat has found favor in Swedenand Sweden Swedenand Swedcnand
and Norway and several orders have
been received from there therePeace therePeace therePeace
Peace Story From Boer SourctLondon Sourcu SourcuLondon SoumLondon
London By CablcIt Cable It is declared
in Transvaal quarters in this city says saysthe saysthe saysthe
the Brussels correspondent of the
Morning Post that General Botha Bothawill Botitawill Bothawill
will shortly renew the peace negotia negotiations negotiations negotiathong ¬
tions The Cape Town correspondent correspondentof
of the Daily Mail wires that Mr Cecil
Rhodes who is at Kimberley is now
in good good gooa health having recovered from frotna
a recent slight indisposition indispo ltion
Sensational Testimony Testimony Given Implicating ImplicatingExGovernor ImplicatingExOovernor ImplicatingEx
ExGovernor Ex Oovcrnor TaylorIIAD Taylor TaylorHIAD
0 0Oradley
I Bradley radley Said Rlplcy Told Him ExGovernor ExOovernor1Taylor ExGovernorTaylor
1Taylor Taylor Said the Day Defore the Shooting Shootingthat
tthat t that Oosbel Gobellf Had d Not Twenty Twentyfour four Hours to toLiveJudge tor toLiverJudge
r LiveJudge Yost Was Alpo Present and nldlIetrd aidheard
> 1 f Heard What Taylor Sad to Rpey RipleytFrankfort RpeyFrankfort
Frankfort Ky Special SpeciaEx Ex Gov Govf
f O OBradley Bradley chief counsel for exGov etGovS
S Taylor in the gubernatorial ubernatoral con cont conbefore
t before the Legislature last year yearve yearve ear earve
ve sensational testimony in the trialCapt trial trialCapt
f Capt Garnett D Dr Ripley who isrged is isUrged isrged
Urged rged with conspiracy with others tr to toJIg torag >
+ Ing JIg about the murder of William Goc tioerr GoeMr
I r T > ii i ii
Mr rr Bradley detailed a a convern convernwhich conversan
i which n hcli he said he had with Captainley Captain Captaini CaptainIcy
Icy while the latter was in charge oC ofnnilitarv oCmilitarv
militarv c company mpany duri during nB the occu occucy o cu cucy
cy of t the Ie State Capitol by the 1 1ay ay
troops last spring in which Ripiey
t Id Uhim hint of frequent conferences with withvernorlaylor
i Vjnycrnor Vjnycrnoriipon Vcrnor vernorlaylor Taylor Tayl r prior to o the ussassi ussassiton iassassit
iipon t I Ion ton 1 1fWm The r he witness said sa III Ripley told toldhe
I fWm 1H t he w wVcrnor was in the executive execulf ve office the thebefore theIerore thebefore
before the shooting and complain complaino
If o o Taylor because he had not callc callcEllis calle1 calle1rihis caileahis
rihis Ellis his Ripleys company and asked aslicdft t ed
i W ft when he should have the company comjanyrtt cone Ltany LtanyrM
rtt rM Taylor replied My ry God Godit Godh Clodiii
iii h it i t you brought them yet et Goebel Goebeltwentyfour Goebel GoebelJ
tali J U not hive twentyfour hours or ori orlot orrot
lot live i twentyfour hours I IV IIH Ilii
IH furgotttn which he said declared declaredt
t VI vitnAs t l1IIS l1IISI
J e 0 W V H Yost I associate a sso da1e counsel counsela
I t It I iii tit 1t c tt atoat sJ IIle aie accord accordtGUUt accordand
tGUUt and audi ande
i e c COlrvertlttts oITVerrrtt o I r response p rise to toa t tn
a question as s to whether hethc witness witnessheard witnessheard witnessheard
heard of any any conspiracy to kill Mr MrGoebel MrGoebel lr lrGoebel
Goebel tlie witness witne s stated state that on Janu January January 1anuary ¬
ary 25 the day the trainload of moun notintauncers mountaineers moUntalneers ¬
taineers arrived someone he could no norecall norcrall norecall
recall who told him rim that parties in the thecrowd thecrowd thecrowd
crowd were waiting in front of the State StateHouse StateHouse StateIfouse
House to kill Goebel GoebelI
I said continued the witness it itshall itshall itshall
shall be stopped I will go in hrtne tne Senate Sen Senate Senate ¬
ate chamber and come cone OIt1C out with Goebel Goebeland Goebeland Goebeland
and see that he is not hurt humor or insulted insultedI
I looked up and saw Wharton WhartonGol WhartonGolden Gol Golden ¬
den and told him to pet Finley Fink Culton Cultonand CultonIId Cultonand
and IId others and send sendt them glet Ielllto to me ntelie meHe meHe
He said Goebel is not going to be
hurt h hurt irt Culton and Fjnley Finl y told me it itwas itwas itwas
was a fake and that there was nothing
in it they condemned violence as I Idid Idid Idid
did didWhy Why did you send for or Culton Fin FinIcy Finley Finley
ley and the other menBecause men menBecause menBecause
Because I thought they knew the tiemquntain tlicmountain themelnntain
mountain men menThe menThe nienrFlie
The witness was turned over tp to the thedefense thecefenle thedefense
defense The defense defell e asked witness II IIhe IIhe IIhe
he knew anything of the connection of ofRipley ofR1pJey ofRipley
Ripley with these occurrences Gov Governor Governor ¬ I Iern
ernor ern or Bradley said Ripley had none so sofar sQ sQfar sofar
far as he knew knewCUBANS knewn knewCUBANS
Will Send a Commission to te to See See the Presldnl PresldnlFormer PresldDIrormer fresidanlFormer
Former Action Revoked RevokedHavana Reol RevokedHavana < ed edHavana
Havana SSpeclaj SpcciaJ The Constitution Constitutional tonstltlltlonal ¬
al Convention has ha decided by b a vote of ofzo
20 to 8 to revoke its previous resolu resolution re resoluthou olu olution ¬
tion against sending a commission COin mission to toWashington JIJWashington toWashington
Washington Proposals regarding the thecommission thecommission thecommission
commission will be considered at anoth another anothersessioll anotlter ¬
er ersessioll session Some opposition developed developedto
to the revocation Senor Udaldo Ta Tamayo Tamayo Tamayo
mayo said said that the sending of a com commission COIIImission coinmission ¬
mission would be mere hypocrisy as a amajority amajority amajority
majority of the delegates are against againstthe againstthe 1gainstthe
the Platt amendment Senor Sanguilly
declared that many of the delegatesthough delegates delegatesthough delegitclithough
though they the would not now vote In Infavor Infavor Infavor
favor of the amendment would do so sowhen sowhen o owHen
when every means to get it changed had hadbeen had hadbeen hadbeen
been exhausted If the commission to toWashington toWashinHton toWashington
Washington failed these theedeiegates delegates would wouldaccept wouldaccept wouldaccept
accept the amendment amendmentLHe amendmentLIfe annendnteutLife
LIfe Insurance Ifodowamcat hridowantent 1downnteDt Scheme SchemeLexington SchemeLexington
Lexington LexingtonKy Ky S Special rccialA A movement move movement movement ¬
ment to endow the Kentucky Kentucky elltucky Univer University University Univercity ¬
sity here for a million milhiop dollars dollnrsha has just justbeen justbeen justbeen
been inaugurated The plan is unique uniqueWealthy uniqueWealthy unique1Vealthy
Wealthy members of the Christian de denomination denomination denonthnatiou ¬
nomination which control the college collegethe collegethe collegethe
the country over are to be asked to toinsure toinsure toInsure
insure their lives in favor of the uni univenity unlerlity untversity
venity erlity According to the mortality es estimates estimates estimates ¬
timates of the insurance company of a athousand athouland athousand
thousand policies the he fund will 111 receive receiveto
10000 to ooo annually annuallyPRIMACURA annuallyPRIMACURA annuallyPRIMACURA
Try it for Pllos ami oxperlcnoo immodhnto Im Immediate immedlRto ¬
mediate rollof from itching I I Try it for forCatarrh forCRtnrrh forCntarrh
Catarrh and Colds and oxperleneo o jierionco reliefthat relief reliefthat rollefthnt
that no other remedy odors I If you do doelro desilo dosire
silo to atop lo1 till lIltehlll itching of the scalp and andproront anlll1refont andproront
proront further fulling out of tho hair hairyou hairyou
you 011 can accomplish Roellllllllllh this hy tho uso of n ncont ncent a2t
2t < cent bottlo bottloA bottloA bottleA
A 25 6 cant bottlo of our remedy rontoJr sots up upan upnn upan
an Institute In a fnmlly Wo have havethousands bnothoull3uds havethrousauds
thousands of thoso Institutes iu Wush WushIngton Wushlngtoll iVashingtan
Ington today todayBY tOillYBY todayDY
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00 DIRECTORS Prickly Heat Mosquito Bites BitesPoisoning PIUI
0 0 STAPLES STAPLESW Poisoning Burns Pimples Pimplesand
and all eruptions of the Skin SkinIndispensable
T E WAGGAMAN WAGGAMANFRANK Indlspensa1x Indispensable I n dl spensale h1 a as a Lotion L 0 tl on for lorordinary Jor JorFRANK
TFRANK FRANK HUME HUMEJ ordinary use after Shaving ShavingContains ShavingJ
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nor any Deleterious Sub Substance SubI Subapplied ¬
Name Copyrighted and Patent Patentapplied
I applied for stance stanceFTEU S t ancc anccti i
ti tii A7 j
F c FTEU < lER expending a liberal amount of mono money for tho past eight eightmonths
i r 6 t months In thoroughly testing tho curative qualities of PUBIA P1UJ1ACU1tA PUBIAJ PUUiACUlt g
J CUHA CUlt A and receiving numerous testimonials from tho best bestjiooplo bestpooplo beetjponpl0
jponpl0 jiooplo In this and other cities wo now offer our remedy to tho public publicHtrong publleIItrong publicO
O strong in tho conviction tint for the diseases for which hleh It Is recommended recommendedIt
K It stands without a 1 poor or oven an unlmltntor unlmltntorlIHDIACUHA imitator imitatorI ImitatorPRIMACURA
I IHIMACUHA Is nn nnonllroly entirely now discovery In time medical fluid fioldan fiuldanantiseptic nn nnI 0 0IIlUSO
I antiseptic IIlUSO tic whoso Ingrodlnnts have novor hitherto bean employed in any anymddlofiml enymudlcfuul 8nylt1cdleftul
mudlcfuul mddlofiml compound nor are they mentioned howovor remotely In any anymudleal ny
I mudlcal Ittu lclil works as entering into any combination for the th purposes for which whichI whichthvy hlch hlchtlllY
I tluy nro employed by b us ALL ITCHING OF THE 11 furposos E BODY FROM rHOMWlIAIIWI FROM1Y1fAlE i iWHATEVER
Wo ask till II and particularly tho ladles to glvo this announcement announcementmore announecmentmore
more than 11 passing notice for our remedy Is curryIng rollof wherever it itI itIii itis
I In employed and so marked is It and quick in Its rosults that wo do not notlicdituto nothesitate
hesitate to urgo urgo Its use U8025c use5c noti
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8 I Custnfico nustoflico pnstot1ico In the Unltod States on receipt of 35 couts In larger larer quantities quantitiesy quantities quantitiesby
by y express
g BSyVUlts Visits to tho laboratory invitod Circulars and testimonialsutnlied testimonials testimonialsiniillod
iniillod IId on nppjlontiftn nppjlontiftnWashington opIIO OI OII r
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Means Me tts keeping well wo1 acquainted with h your y ur dentist Look well to toyollr toyollroth your
teeth oth Avoid thl ho one symptom of ago while 1hlo yet ot young Neglect makes makescountless ml81 ml81countless
countless thousands toothlessDentistry toothless toothlessDentistry toothlcssDentistry
Dentistry in nil IU liranahos lirancho l Special attention paid to cliildioa
Crown Bridge rldgo and Plato Work Gold Cement nttolltiolllnid and Amalgam mnlgam Filling
Perfect Por eet work moderate churgcs churgcsPR chatgcsDR chatgesDR
Dentist e0 701 12th Street Northwest NorthwestGraduate NorthwestGraduate i iGrndunte
Graduate Philadelphia Dental College CollegeS Collc o oOO
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Begs to announce that he has hasopened h hasopened s
opened a a brand new newHARDWARE newHARDWARE
813 MARYLAND AVENUE N I E EWhere EVhere EWhere
i Where he will keep on hand handa
a comple stock of ofHOUSE ofHOUSE ofHOUSE
And such Spring and Summer specialties as asRAKES asRAKES
I also carry a full line of WaterProof Paint Paintfor Paintg Paintfor
g for Urns ant and Benches and a variety of Window WindowScreens WindowScreens WindowScreens
Screens and Door Screens ScreensGorne Screensi ScreensComa
Coma C in and see me and you OU will receive fair treatment treatmentAUGUST treatmentAUGUST
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