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Count Cassini Ca slnl Thinks Thoro is isSmall IsSmall
Small Prospect of One OneAMERICA OneA
lie Joel l to SI Ieicrnliurs Mliero MlieroHe WheroJle
He III Do What lloCnn 110 ltll tw twhlraleliten tuIHrllhhteli
hlraleliten lUnttorn lUnttornth
20 Before sailing for toroIla
K iv y Ynr < Ti Juno
Knlser Wll Wllj
1 oIla ia fill it
Arthur Cnsslnl Cnsslnlth
r CIiossc Count
j Ii a tlr
th iiuMan 1I lali ambassador In this coun country country ¬
about abouttho uboutthrtafilC
MII1C iHtercstlntf things
try Mid I hl
tho thrtafilC tariff trouble between tho United Unitedh
tnd ItUBRln He said that the thelint theIIret
h t Mt tel
lint Iiill P l10 lntende1 dolng on llls lllsijxj hisI
ijxj in bt 1oterHuurK wan to sco M Mriu MI
I of II IIPJ nuLout
the Russian minister
I riu Wilt m >
about It He did not think that thatHi
PJ 1
Hi 1Hu gm in reprisal for our duties on onIvusun oniusln
Ivusun petroleum would Iniposo n nliui ILhi1
agricultural Isriculturnimachlllr maclilnury of ofVii oflIIallutucture
liui duty < on
Vii i i tii manufacture manufactureHie
Hie diplomatic iclatlons ho Bald Baldi eald1tWepn
i uuMi itusslu and America nro ol olnumt oth
and this HO HOi
th h numt Jlst friendly trielHI nature
11 I conlllct lirtwceu them on uccOunt uccOuntthe uccJuntthe
i I >
the tanll 18 an exceedlnily small smalln sl1lullttr
n tur uhd Id will no doubt bo oetllea oetlleatm lIeUleat
short time and satUfao satUfaot
tm t n a C ly >
both countries countriesit
ny to
t I
it it is pint of my 111 duty dut toidcnr awny awnyfv
of inlHumlcrBtumllng bo hen
cl ellIns Uis
la nb nbuttli nlluld
1 n the two countries nnd there
uttli io danger that the present presentinl
inl relations will be disturbed by byuirllt IJ IJh
uirllt bjbiness It la a I Aery vcr small smallbut 8111nllinaller
inaller h but to be perfectly fiank the thev thetatlon
tatlon v W11 > ai started on this Hide of ofii ofi
i I IH ii nnd I Hhnll do Ill all I can to toitr totr
the trouble troubleit
itr tr ightm out
of finance do dod 110elrcd
it II liuckMii nU blH1 minister
d elrcd uJ that Ituftfla did not pny J1n any I In
1 nt < en n her hugar nnd It was said saidI
1 r < Hint tho tll question left one In InII
0 M arid tJ Blvo what Is termed In a ajbiv 11 11JW
jbiv JW 11011 tlu beneflt of the doubt n nMih I Ihigh
high tultl wls w pluced on our sugar sugaril
II il milt Is of a rather questionable questionabler
r r ii 1 for should theie th > IJ be n conuner conunera
a arwhlcn ar which In altogether Unlikely Unlikelybet unllkelliet
bet ci cill n the United States ufid HUll Itusf
f l t th > i i ountry would be tlio loser as astho nsthl
tho Juwlan exports to these Bhoie Bhoiei
i U t to annually only 3000000 3000000HK
HK thp inltctl nltell States send millions millionsjnllara millionslol1ars
jnllara worth of her products to toUtifnla tonlF
Utifnla nlF 111 i Hr very year The volume of ofjp otI
I jp Is ir 1111 < atlng IIIJ every eer year nnd nllLllt It Is Ist Is11v
t ilv IcRinninp to grow on Husslnti soil soilou aollCIII
ou f FI what 1 mean when I II1Y iy iyi
i AtiieHcnns would bo tho losers los rs by byn
n comnimul war wari wnrlIf
i lIf if courst ours Itussln If hard pushed pushedr
r M git her gaoih from Germany but buttt
tt > s v ould surely not bo desirable to toAD
AD 11 rltani nnd another thine our trade tradely tradetfJr
tfJr ly belmiKH to this country As Aslil s sI
I Elld lil liefnre the th > trouble does not notnt lIotQI11
QI11 nt to much and with such men meni
69 ry i Clone talt > at the helm the matter matterwll
wll bi Ii straightened ltralght nell out but It Is to tob tob
b irrored I that such a I thing has hap hapi
I i HP i it this time timeTh timeTh
Th relations between both rotin rotinti 0111 01111t
ti m arc very cordial and no bettoi bettoittrponlnl bettelot
ttrponlnl of this thl can bo had when whenMU
MU II i at tho policy each country countrytt
tt < Vt > tpl In relation to the recent recentrouble r celt celtuble
rouble uble In China Hath are almost almostflKi
flKi I < i hi > not think that there Is any anyntt IInyngr
ntt ngr ot Hussla Imposing a piohlbl piohlblt
t 111 i < n any agricultural nlrlrulturolmnchlnery nlrlrulturolmnchlneryc machinery machineryr
r n riif r1l from these shores Rhor s but America Americaiou
< iou < l rant vi 1 half wny l11 In this affair affairmil affnlrond
mil pi plnllv rnllv so In view of the Incnj Incnjtnalli IncalI
tnalli I den 1 > IIflr8 Us American Industries Inllustrleb11I
111 trap ir jrvm m the opening of the SI 51don
1 don idiluav idiluavunt liulwavIunl
Iunl unt iis I ilnl on his arrival on the thecth thlthr
cth thr r Rlu will first ITO o to Paris and andinn IInllnfn
inn a lunnth there with his hl adopted adoptedii
ii i shtrr htH mo Iil Countess Marguerite Ho 1J 1Jin
11 irn go to Hussla and expects to tor
r t0rn n her the th first part of Septem Septemlr
It Ilns Upon Trinlcroil TJIIIl rI11 ID Ornnt Oil Oilof 0111I
1I lllc of Mlwourl MlwourlX 11 < loJJrl loJJrlW
X < u York June 2G 2GA A dispatch to tho thoTiibuno thoTnlJunl
Tiibuno from Washlnijlon says saysIt nB nBIt
It i1 I probable that the consul general generalship IcneralEllip ¬
ship of Pretoria which has been vacant vacantHi
Hi c the return to thin country of ofAJulert ofAllillert
AJulert S Hay IIn who was Ullled at atNew ntel
New el Haven OR Sunday SUlIlll morning will willF willFUrin
F FUrin nn bo filled by the appointment of ofint ornl
int aillctfple of Missouri The Mis Misr lIs lIsfU11
r fU11 un HppublUan leaders have Indorsed Indorsedillli Illdorset1IjlllSpi
illli IjlllSpi SHIP for tho post nnd the state statedF stntedfumellt
dF dfumellt riment Is only 0111 awaiting his accept acceptm
m before announcing hln selection selectionMr
Mr Gillfipio wns In Washington a few fewto
II to a ago and the place was offered offeredt
t him He hesitates h > to accept bo boi
i dlF we the experience of Adelbert 3 liny linyv lIa lIaFl
Fl v wt > J that the salary of the post postToo IostS
Too S rlOl i is not enough to HUpport the In Inumbrnt InIlImbrnt
umbrnt lie hna been assured that thatJiiKTPSs thatII1ITPSS
JiiKTPSs will Increnso the pay nnd it itI
I th thi1ught night that on this assurance he hei heIW
i IW I aaept n lpt U and qualify at an early earlyIAI curl curltJI
IAI F as to hurry to tre Trnnsvaal Trnnsvaalcitltal TrnllsvlUllc
citltal c and look after the lone Ion neg lIegI
1 IJ 1 Interests there thereMr thereIII
Mr III Glllospln has had quite n notable notablec
c cJr in er In the volunteer army nrm In the
1 181 it three years Ho was a first lieu lieulrinant lI > u uInant
lrinant In the Sixth Missouri reiriment reirimentj
fJ j i manded by Capt L I II JJarde JJardennn JJnrrlctnan
nnn of the TenthUnited Tenth Unltet States caval cavalry ¬
ry in the war with Spain and served seredI
1 JI1nlJl Jlably with that regiment on sarrl sarrlr
r n duty In Cuba ulJa for six months monthsIP IollthsWhn
Whn > IP n the volunteer rcglmcntn for Ber BerMfc lIerIre
Mfc Ire in the Philippines were formed formedfii fornlellilr81le
fii ilr81le Ir pio was commissioned n first lieu lieuant lieut
t ant in tha Twentyfirst United UnitedHatcH Ullller1f
HatcH f Irll volunteers As soon ns his iejl iejlrsfnt leltvnt
rsfnt arrived at Manila Lieut lllles llllesT
T t was detached from It and placed In Inf Innmmnnll
f mtmand of tho company of Macabclxi MacabclxioutR llIcaueblouts
outs He distinguished dl himself In Inthis IIIthIs
this service nnd was brevclted twice twicefor twicefor
for gallantry Ho commanded On Ontlnxtons GenJln
tlnxtons Jln tonB scouts for about a year ear For Forthe 101tw
the inst six months of his hi service In Inth IIIthe
th the Philippines he wat assistant chief chieff
f th pollrp of Manila under Capt CaptWlt CaplWI
Wlt WI > 1r > r of thp Sixth United States cav cavy cav11ry
11ry y nnd anl when his regiment was or oricl orfwd
fwd home to be mustered out Qen QenMft Oenffl
Mft ffl Arthur asked him to remain nnd nndf
f rpt the place ot chief of police of ofManliu orfanll1
Manliu If Mr llllesple goes to Pre Pretria Prehrl3
tria aa consul general It will bo with withth wllhh
th h understanding umlt > rstnnlllng that the salary Is to tobe toUP
be Im InreMed reased to IOCK IOCKAdrlliert 1000Ielher
Adrlliert Ielher Hay Hurled Hurledfl
fl > Vtland Inntl 0 June 25 50n On a grave on oni
i magnificent hill that overlooks the theH thlrl
H in 11 beautiful Lakevlew cemetery cemeterya
tI a Lody of the lamented Adelbert Adelberts
s no Hnv 1In wns na laid to rest this after aftern litterflun
n flun n The funeral party liar arrived In Inlrwand 111daml
lrwand daml from New ew Haven at noon noonn
n J tlje funeral service WIlS aa hcM IJchlln In the theile I
ile mortuary chapel n 1 otr hours hourst
t 1 The casket was covereI coere with lIh a aJ aI
J ffURlnn of flowers A magnificent magnificentv
v alh of rnsos was the gift Itt ror f the thoBC theI
I BC department nt WmhlflStnn WI hll to toasmntell
1 las asmntell mntes of the deceased nt Vale Valere
1 re the th honorary pallbearers Sy fy fyaiJ
aiJ Mrs Ir JIny showed evidences of the theRf thlfrplt
Rf frplt sorrow sorr wthe they felt nnd Mrs Ir Hay HayJ nil
J > n nearly pari prostrated that her hus husnd hushd
hd nd had to assist her nearly nil the theIN
IN 11111lte
llev lte Dr Hnydcn nftcr tho Invocn Invocntlon Inoeutron
tlon delivered ft funeral sermon In
I l t l I J I
That this Is to Lo n Kieat Ilat jonr cnr for yoclitlnB Is sliown liy the utmsunl Interest taken In the annunl regatta re nttn of the th New NewYork XCIVYork
York Yacht club on lum IM IWsldcs tin 21 l yachts entoieil In tin racci the ivgattn was W S made the ocwlon of n gather gatherinic
inic of hundreds of stoiuu nnd sailing plcnsaru craft from ninny 11I1111 poits on tho th Atlantic seaboard Mr August llclinout to tovice Idlce
vice lce commodore of tin lli N Y Y 0 Mr Itioknw is the millionaire owner of the fast tn t schooner yacht Amorltn AmorltnA
which he paid tloautnt tribute to the thoworth theworth
worth of the deceased and referred nt ntconsldeiahle ntconsldernhle
consldeiahle length to his work us con consul consui ¬
sul at Pretoria Hu Hiild the faithful faithfulness talthfulness ¬
ness with w which hlch the deceased did h hl hldut 8 8duty
duty dut should comfort hla parents In their theirgrief tlolrgrlet
grief griefAt
At 1 the conclusion of tho service the thebody theJolly
body was borne to tho grne rot near by byand h hnnd
and lowered Into Its lestlng place placeSecy plalSecy
Secy and Mis t8 Hay lIu uml their chlldien chlldienwill chlltlllllwll
will remain In the city elt for a day 01 01two 01two
two the Bucsts of Samuel Mather MatherSTltUGIC IatherHfnUOIC
ClilciK CollCfjo of IlijNlulnns nml nmlSurgeons 111I1Sllr
Surgeons Sllr cnllf Is DrMrojod DrMrojodChicago 1 lrpli lrpliChlctto
Chicago June 2E 25I1urln Purlng a heavy heavytbundeistorm heaythunderstorm
thunderstorm tonight a 1 bolt of light lightning lightnlng ¬
ning struck the College of Physicians Physiciansand lh Iclans Iclansand
and Burgeons on Hmrlsun street be between between ¬
tween Wood and Hunore streets Fire Firewhich Flrowhich
which followed the lightning In a short shorttiinu fihontllnu
tiinu destroyed the college coll t1 building buildingwhich buildingwhich
which was one of the th finest of Its kind kindIti ItnllIII
Iti tlie Wwt WwtThe WlttThl
The lightning struck the college collegesquarely collelosquare
squarely square on the top of n rising rlaln projec projection proJectlon ¬
tion In tho front part of the roof and andsuch antisuch
such a liemendous crnsh of thunder thunderauonipanled Ihul1lloraClolllllaliled
auonipanled the Hash IIn h that all the thepeople theIleopl1
people In the neighborhood thought an anexplosion unexpivilloll
explosion bad taken place In the col colloi colIlIInt
loi > Almost before the tflrllt first llio en enpi enIlnt
pi Ilnt IK had arrived the lames spread all allthrough ullthrouJh
through the five stnrlrg of the building buildingAdjoining ImlldlnJIIJolnllll
Adjoining the college Is the smallest smallestbuilding smnllestuullling
building of the West Side hospital hospitalwhich hO llltol llltolwhleh
which was filled with patients about
100 being heln In the various wards As Assoon R Rsoon
soon as It was wen that the college collegecould collegecoult
could not be saved and Its walls nll9 were wereliable were1I0bip
liable to fall at any nn limo the work of ofremoving ot101ll0lnl
removing the patients from the hos hospital h09pllnl ¬
pital bigan Knln was falling heavily heavilyat hll1lIat
at the tune but fortunntelv there are areto nrero
to many hoipltnls hO pItR nnd mcdicnl Instl Instltntloir lastltlllloI
tntloir In the nelghbnilitiod that It Itwai ItWQJ
wai necessary to remove the patients patientsIni
Ini a short distance moit of them be being lieIng ¬
ing taken to the county hospital one onesqumo onellIaH
squmo llIaH away awayThe ay ayfll
The fll firemen and the attendants at attho atlhe
tho hospitals did most of tho moving movingctirylng molngCflrrllIg
ctirylng the Invalids on beds cots cotsstretclurs cotsstrl1C
stretclurs strl1C her or whatever clime to band bandNone hUlldIne
None Ine > of Uie hospltnl patients were In Injured InjllrM ¬
jured juredThe jllrMTIll
The olIpRc oll > p of Ph Phslclnns > slplnns nnd Sur Surgeons SurIeons ¬
geons Is the medical department of the theUniversity theTnlvcrslty >
University cf Illinois situated nt ntChampaign atChnmpclsm
Champaign 111 The loss on building buildingand
and equipment Is practically total and andWill andwill
Will approximate > J200MO J200MOTUAVSPOHT 200OOOTItXS1OIlT
Brln f Iorly Pnrl fouilli and Thirty ThirtyItcKlmcntHor lhhI lhhIcluhtls
cluhtls ItcKlmcntHor or InOll1tr InOll1trSail I n fan try trySan
San Francisco June 5 5rh The trans transport trunsport ¬
port Logan nrrled today from Manila Manilawith Mnllllwith
with tho Fortyfourth I regiment U S SV SV
V and six companies s of the Thirty Thirtyeighth Thirtyellhth
eighth ivclmcnt I In addition to the thoofficers theOlfilr
officers of the organization organlza tlun there were werea
a number of cabin pa 11lIenller engerx Includ Including InrluIng ¬
ing Mrs Funston wife of On Fun Funston Funstoll
ston Thoro were two deaths ninons ninonsthe nmongthe
the troops during the voyage voyageOn oaglOn
On tho transport Were 37 officers and and10G2 anll10G
10G2 enlisted men of the Fortyfourth
21 olllccrs and 57J 57 men of the Thirty Thirtyclghth30 Thlrtl1
clghth30 l1 hth20 officers on leave lene16 1C women and andchildren nllllchildren
children 5 servants 11 hospital corps corpsmen corpsm
men m n and 13 jeneral eneral prisoners of the theFortyfourth thel
Fortyfourth l nnd Thirtyeighth ThirtyeighthCol
Col Edward J MtClornaml Is in incommand InCOl11lnnnll
command of the Portyfouith while whileMaJ whileMaJ
MaJ a I Ooodier brought the com companies COIn11311es ¬
panies of the ThlrtycljhtU home The Theremainder Theremall1er
remainder of the renhnent Is on the theThomas theThomas
Hullo Pool Iooiii4 Closed ClosedUutte Clo ell ellDutte
Uutte Mont June M All the pool poolroins poolroms
roms in liuttc closed closc down OIVn at the olin omiof olinot
of business today totll1 Mayor Oaveyhnv OaveyhnvIng C > 1eha 1ehaIng
Ing ordered ordtr > 1 their licenses revoked Tin Tinrooms Tillroomll
rooms have been paying I1I1 ln the city clt JI50 IW a amonth 1 1month
month each They claim they wore noi noicalled no nocalled
called on to do FO and that furthoi furthoithem furtholthern
them Is no prohibition rhlllIUon against thelt theltbusiness tllellbUFnee9
business In the antigambling law Thb Thbmayor Thbmaor
mayor taUts tal the ground that there therell therellno Is Isno >
no law permitting poolrooms It U Uclaimed Ibclllmed
claimed the closing of the rooms was wasbrought WJbbrought
brought nuout by b tho gamblers who whowore whlwnl
wore not allowed to run their business businessand bUHluelllooonll
and who agitated the doctrine of all allor 1111or
or none
Women may be Beautiful BeautifulNothing BeautifulNothing
Nothing Is so attractive to suggestive suggestiveof
of purity of mind and bod body as a clear clearvclvetj clearcretl
vclvetj complexion complexIonL
L Wo Woodburys WoodburysFacial dburys dburysFacial
Facial Soap Soapremoves
removes the blemishes that ditilgurc the theface thebce
face neck and hands leaving the kin fVinsmooth kinsmootb
smooth firm and white whiteVjxhii whiteuf
Vjxhii uf TuU Craa KRI < bftl tua t til clRol4 Usk Uskftoldbjr
ftoldbjr Rol4 br < 3tit utrs r > lctDtitcli cnll tacb Bookletfrtft Bootlel tr Trial Trialilta TrtLlUe
ilta Ue pucktttofKUp paek oCoap and erara t ccoti rottpild rottpildAndrew ros1pLl4Andrewkrrcnlt
Andrew Andrewkrrcnlt Jcrttoi Co Sole Agcnti AgcntiDeptlUCincinnati entl entlpt1U
DeptlUCincinnati pt1U Ctlld DllltJ 0
VVVVVyorvyVYVVVVyv y or or orRYlUllS
Ho So Declares Nor Has He Any One In InMind n nMind
Mind fcr Any Office OfficeMo
Mo Snj SI llurli llrl llniinu U the Logical Logicalr 10lculIIClrMOI
IIClrMOI r for die lt 1IIIIIIIIIIIclII 1IIIIIIIIIIIclIINlllllluatioll < > iitillcuu iitillcuuNomination
Nomination lor Ircildcnt IrcildcntBuffalo lrllIclIlDuffllo
Buffalo N V June 23 The follow following tollow111I ¬
ing over the elsnatine of William 11111111 J JHiynn JHIan
Hiynn appears In the Times Noiman
1 Macks paper this aftcrnoon ottenoolI
1 am not only not a candidate for forany tornn
any nn office but I have no candidate In Inmy
my 111 mind for any office My ty Interest Interestcenters Inlcrestcenters
centers In principle nnd men are Im Important 1mI ¬
I portant only as they thl aid In Carrying out outthese outthese
these principles principlesThe
The Dcmocmtlc party stands for fordefinite CorlIol1nlte
definite positive principles nnd unless unlessI
I mistake the sentiments of tho masses massesthe I11QSSOSthe
the voters wilt Insist upon adhering to tothese tothue
these principles In spite of threats of ofreorganizes ofreorgnnlzlrs
reorganizes Those who arsuo from fromthe trolllthe
the standpoint of expediency will III not nothave nothave
have Inlluenco with the voters because becausenone lICllusenonc
none can say what is expedient We Wemay WIilia
may ilia dcscive to win and yet lose but butstill
still It remains that to deserve to win winIs I
Is the surest road to succeil succeilIn IIUlCCI IIUlCCIIII
In an Interview Mr Ir liryan IIr an said that thatSenator thdSennlor
Senator Hnnna was the logical candi candidate calldldllte ¬
date of the Itopubllcnn party for 1retd 1retddent IreMIdent
dent In 1901 because he represented rellre enled the thedominant thodominant
dominant force In that part Vice VicePresident VicelrllIldent
President Koogovilt he it > said leprewnt leprewnted
ed the warlike spirit which was de developed lIenlopell ¬
veloped by a war of cono conquelt conqueltIn ue t tIn
In reply to Senator Forakerg 1101R ers speech speechnt
nt Columbus O last night Mr Ir liryan liryansaid Unsnsahl
said When Senator SlIa tor Foruker says saysthat R1I1 R1I1that
that I am the only Intelligent man who whodoitf whodou
doitf not admit that the defeat of 1SOG 1SOGwas lS9Gwak
was a blessing to the country be makes makesan
an unjust reflection upon the Intelli Intelligence IlIlelllgence ¬
gence of mor than 800000 < 0 people for forthere forthere
there arc that many who do not believe believethat belleeIImt
that a Democratic victory In 1S5G would wouldlme wouhlhnve
lme brought dlinster to the nation nationand nntlonantI
and they tho are sufficiently Intelligent to todeserve todpsenc
deserve the respect of Senator For Foroker Ioraker
Jury Jill Will ronMut Con IMt of UOII Honso O of ofIncluding 1011111 1011111IIICI1I1I1I1C
Including I b Hlxliop HlxliopNew IIIMllnJ1Ne
New Ne York < Juno 26 Commenting 2GComnlCntlngIIpon Commentingupon
upon the coming trial of Lurl 1 l1rl liimcll liimcllby 1I11 sell sellU
by U tho house of lords upon the charge chargeof
of bigamy IJI gll In the London correspondent correspondentof eorrc poutlcnt poutlcntot
of tho Tribune says saysThn 8IYIIlh
Thn lh Jury of peers Is the most re reinnrknule reo reomnrknule
innrknule one known In criminal law lawThe InwTho
The panel Includes tho entire houtc of oflords oClonls
lords from the Junior barons to the thobishops thehillholl8
bishops and the princes of the royal royalhouse rO1I1hoult
house iery peer p > r having the right to totnko totako
tnko part In ordinary business can pre present prosent ¬
sent himself as a juror In this bigamy bigamyrase
rase and can bo exempt from fro In u chal challenge chollenge ¬
lenge A bare majority of these un unsworn IInsworn ¬
sworn Jurors will suffice to determine determinethe
the guilt or Innocence of their brother brotherpeer brotherp
peer p r and the prcclto bearings of Am American AliiNIon ¬
erican practice on tho obligation of ofmarriage otmarrIage
marriage In Kngland KnglandGKKMANYS l ngJalltlGlm
Itcport on KflVct ol War lr In Various VariousJuattrrt nrloIlHlllllllerH
Juattrrt on It ItWashington ItWlshlngtnn
Washington June 1C 6An An Interesting Interestingreport Interestingrellort
report showing the effect of the wars In InSouth InSouth
South Africa the Philippines and andChina RIIIIChinn
China on the German export trade for fortho torthe
the past few > ar h hili s been received receivednt
nt tho stat Ikl3ftmenJ < > i > artmenf from Consul ConsulKehl ConsulIehl
Kehl at Stettin Germanys Olnnnn J expoits t tthe tn tnthe < >
the Transvaal Ml off nearly 2000000 2000000In sooOOO sooOOOIn
In 1900 as compart eompar11 d with Iw9 On the theother theother
other band her exrorts x1Ort to the Philip PhilipI
I pines Increased fr trnm > m J04JOOO In 1S IS99 9 to toJI491400
1493400 In 1WO H lIr < T trade with China Chinanlso chinnnlso
nlso showed a sllzhl increase In 10SO 10SOover 10Qnf
over nf the th > preceding pr lng ear r In exports to toCapetown toCnpelowl1
Capetown the stail tlc tlrs showed an In Increase IIIcrease ¬
crease of about the same proportion an ancompared allcOlnpnrl
compared with ISS ISSMAY n9SOIlJ
OIlJ MAY J Y supifitsuni COAU COAUn
So 8u n IlrllUti nrlll h lUpcrt l Who Comes Comesto
to Study American Oil Ileldn IleldnNew IlehlNlw
New York June Jfl rArthur Arthur Lauder Lauderdale IIutlerdale
dale Ix > Normand Hrabnion t eond on onof n noC
of the Karl I nrl of Menth who hm nttalnetl nttalnetln uttalnlltlcon81lernble
n considerable name In tireat Hrltaln Hrltalnfor
for phllanthroife work such ns Insti Instituting InsUtutlnJ ¬
tuting worluhop for paupers and QI1111m QI1111mI gym gymnaslums
naslums I JlIUlns for physlont training said In Inan IIInil
an Interview nl a hotel hen hen1It henIt
It Is my rn belief that the time Is not notfar nottar
far off when con Cll1 I BB 0 A fuel will be su superseded aupenr1 ¬
perseded almost entirely by petroleum petroleumYoung petroleumYlJung
Young Drabazon has for some years yearsbeen earl earlbecn I
been connected with a 1 large oil concern concernwhich concernwhtch
which owns extensive xten lve fields In Ilou Iloumania nouml1nla
mania Ho has vlslstid the oil fldds CI
of the Danube of HaVu nnd thu Cas Caspian CII CIIIIlali ¬
pian seu nnd has now come to this thiscountry thiscountry
country to tl examine the oil melons of ofTuxas orjOXIlII
Tuxas and ant West Virginia Irlllnt He arrived arrivedIn
In this city clt last lUlt Saturday fJatul I Mr Ilia Iliabnzon 1Irnhozoll
bnzon la ZO years old In continuing to toipenk toIIptml
ipenk < of his belief that coal would oultl In a ashort ashort
short time give 11 I way WO to oil as u 1 fuel he hesaid heI1hl
said saidOil Oil Is more cheaply and easily ob obtained obtalned ¬
tained than cool Thu Th means Inl nJ of draw drawIng dlIwIng
Ing It out of the ground haVe been per perfected peleeted
fected to a I sroat rol1t degrw so that ex expense oxpense ¬
pense of power and of money JIIOIIP has beun beunreduced bellnroduced
reduced to a minimum The chief rea reason reaSOli ¬
son 1 have 1m I coma to Inspect your our lldds Is Isbecause IsUel
because Uel aU8e your our menus of obtaining oil oilare 011lire
are entirely dlffoient from roll1 the method methodIn
In operation In Hussla and oilier purls purlsof
of the old country There the oil Is Isballed Isbntlell
balled out so to sp 81J1al > nlc < drawn drn wn up b bbuckets uy uyIJucltets >
buckets Hen I understand unller tmll11t It Is fouod fouodout fotcotout
of compressed nlr 1 1have Ihavo
out by IJ > means
have heard that the AmciUim method methodIn
In suptdor but hu t I luvt h1 iomo lurn to llnJ llnJout IIn IInoU
out oU t for myself myselfThe 1II881The
The supply of pet tB l h practi practically IIIIctlcnllY ¬
cally Inexhaustible In xhnlllftlhl AflJaku Kuwli Kuwlion HUIIIIon
on thu Caspian en lllnll stn s o them aio strata of ofenormous otenormous
enormous length filled II II 11 with petroleum petroleumwhich potroleumwhich
which will of themselves furnish the thesupply the8upply
supply for several centuries ctn turleR to come comeOil
Oil Is gaining In ever Increasing fn fnvor tRor
companies The Theline fheline
vor or with the steamship
line of steamers plying between Horneo Horneoand lIorneoallil
and Kngland already nlrelll uses oil as n fuel fuelInstead tuelIllstenil
Instead of coal Other steamships a are arehelng e ebslng
bslng lefltted for oil 01 consumption for fortrude rortrulle
trude between 1ngland l and the th colon colonlos eolonlos
It will not bo many mnll years enr before beforeoil
oil 01 will be used user on tho Bteanuhlpfl of oftlieAtlantlc oftheUantic
tlieAtlantlc trade tradeMr trndeJr
Mr Urabazon expects to romaln In Inthis Inlhls
this city elt for a 1 fortnight or more before beforestartliiff beforestarting
starting for the oil Holds This Is his hislist hisIIrst
list visit Ililt to this olty oltyVAII cltrWAtt
WAtt or orSbo 1IU WillOW WillOWHho
Sbo Is Ninety Inct nnd Gets elll n nwild IHlHlntl IHlHlntlwll
wild wll h AriTius AriTiusNew 1 rlcnlRo rlcnlRo1ew
New oYrk June 26 2GA A penilon of 12 12a 1 1monlh
a month has Just be heen n granted to Mrs MrsPelmlem Ir Irlelmler
Pelmlem Decker l > of Phlladolphla snjs snjsa sn s sn
a Washington dispatch to the World Worldishe Worldhels
ishe hels Is the widow of n soldier t < of tho thowar thowllr
war of 1S11 Is nearly to fl years enrK old and N Nblind Iiiblind
blind Her husband was a private In Inthe Inthe
the First regiment of Pennsylvania o ounteers 01 01unteers
unteers Ho has boon dead nearly 21 21years I I IyeaIII
years and Mrs Irlll Decker will 111 receive ar arrears I
rears of pension for that whole period periodamounting perltlolllountlnl
amounting to n little more than 3003 3003Mrs 3OOIrlf
Mrs Irlf Docker It Is believed Is the old oldest 0111ellt ¬
est person to whom a pension waa over overgranted oergrultClI
granted grantedDepcw grultClIJ1
Depcw J1 pCW MnktH Ills IjaM Ijn t Will WillNew WillIW
New IW York Juno JCEenntor Clmun Clmuncey ChaulIcy
cey M f Depew has hl Just made his last lastlast Instlast
last will nnd testament not because lie lieIs heIs
Is 111 but because he will mil I111 for Km 1 I1oJ1e I1oJ1ettltlA ope opetoday
today and he bllew In being on tfc tfcsafe IIsaCI <
safe side The ceremony of singing the thewill thowill
will took place In the th senators IM tors ofllce ofllceIn
In the Qrnnd Central entrAllltation station The wit witnesses witnfilses ¬
nesses weic his secretaries Horace C CDuvnl 1 1Duml
Duvnl nnd Mortimer T C Cowper Cowpervolte Cowllelwillie
willie volteOASHItU willieOSIIIlm
Hu Got Awny AWII With 100000 from fromn
n Vermont Hank HankWashington IIl1l1kWahlnstol1
Washington June 21 2GThe The President Presidenthas
has h pardoned Charles W Mussoy hIS8P form former ¬
er cashier of the National Hank of Hut Hutland nutlanll
land Vt who was convicted last year yearof ear earor
of the misapplication mhl1III1c tlon of tlOOOOO IOOO K of 0 th thfunds thtun18
funds of the bank nnd nnt sentiirel plntI1 > 1 to toseven 10Ifen
seven years ears In the house of corrn corrcctlon corrcctlonSUBTBOPICAL tlon tlonSUBTROPICAL
llio Autliori lIlliur lipfrlriKcu lipfrlriKcuU
U S Consul Pike of Port Lous LousMauritius Lousraurltlus
Mauritius has written a charming charmingbook charmlllgbook
book uiwn this gem of th the ocean the thehome thehOllle
home or Paul laullllll1 nnd Virginia VirginiaCol
Col I Pike whoue who e N eV w York address addressIs
Is 43 Exchange 1 Place had A 1 cmfous cmfousexperience cudousexpcrleme
experience with cuftee and the bfer bferKt bfcrage
age Kt nlmott destroyed his eslght feslghtHe > eslghtJle
Jle syt 1 Spooking of coffe my rn first firstwarning firilwarnlnlt
warning against its us was liunmnia liunmniafollowwl 11I8mnlatollow1
followwl by deprettloti nnd deppmij deppmijcnry dellpontl1111t
cnry 1111t The nervous sy 1Islm t m was In smh smhn
n condition that I could not attend to tobiiHlnwn tobUlllnljllll
biiHlnwn and to my m distress I dis discovered dl dlcOprpd ¬
covered that my m eyesight was becoming becomingmor bNolnlnlmur
mor nnd more > Imperfect tny t > lr On OnTrom darrol1 >
Trom my knowledge knowlt > d t of the symptoms symptomsof
of coffee pnlsnnlng I concluded to toleave 10IrRve
leave off the coffee nnd take uu Ios Iostum Iosturn
turn Iood I ooll Coffee In Its place placeThe fllIclhe
The result were pre astonishing Gradu Gradually Grotlunil ¬
ally nil my m eyesight recovered and the thon thenervOlS
n nervOlS rvous condition and dppretxd feeling feelingdisappeared teellngdllllppeurtd
disappeared I have now IV been using usingPoetum usingloetum
Poetum In place 1lcCI of coffee for several severalyears Mcrnlear
years ear and nm In perfect I rtect health healthMy hcnlthI
My I fumlly of six persons dUcarded dUcardedcoffr d crllell crllellCOreN
coffr eonw time ngo and use Postum I Iwould
would not be without It Jt Is a most mostv mostftlusble
v tillable addition to thr > = breakfast ta table taJII ¬
ble JII and should be e In oVery cer house household ¬
Tho Author of tho Amendment Has HasGravo HasGravo
Gravo Doubts DoubtsJ7U DoubtsM
The Untied Mule Cannot bo SulUllcd SulUllcdllli sIUcllwth
wth llli u Hiiuibllu nf HIM Ih Jv JvAnicrlcuti SOlllh SOlllhJIIcrlclIl1
Anicrlcuti AnicrlcutiNew J1IC J1ICNew
New York Juno 2C 2GThlJllext The next Issue of ofthe otthe
the Independent will contain n paper paperunder pnpeluntler
under the caption The Pacification of ofCuba otCul
Cuba written by Senator Orvlllo H HPltttt UPlnlt
Pltttt In closing tho writer uses the thewords thllIlf thllIlfworrls
words Ona nuestlon must be JIJ nuked nukedWill nNkodWill
Will the new government succeed succeedSome uccledSomc
Some conditions In Cuba are favoiablo favoiabloto
to success some are not Tho United UnitedStates JllltNIStille
States > > cannot bo satisfied with the or ordlnniy ordinar
dlnniy South American republics > lullllllI there thereIt
It miiHt bo a real republic that will willInsuio will11I8Ul0
Insuio our pence nnd quiet and safe safeguard sufecuunl ¬
guard our Intercuts thcio A mere pv pvper IH
per republic with a vlrtuul dictator or orconstantly UItonstl1l1l1
constantly locunlng revolutions would wouldbo
bo neatly ns dltmstrous IIIl + fltrouH to Cuba uIJn and anddungeiouu ulirldunfOIOUII
dungeiouu to th United Htates ati n wits witsthe WIllithe
the Hpnnlsh domination to which we e put putan IIUIall
an end endTO
Wireless TolOKnipliy l < i to lio UHCI UHCIat 11HCIInt
at Han PcnnclHco PcnnclHcoWnHhlngton rIUIWlwoWOHhnlton
WnHhlngton June 2Ca leaml n Clreoley Clreoleywhen Oreolewholl
when at San Francisco Invustlgated Invo8t1 atetl tho thooperations thoojleraUon
operations of the th signal corps wlieless wlielesstelegraphy whelclMtclogrnph
telegraphy plant at that place and gave gaveordtis 1110orders
orders that an ulllcer of the signal signalcorps sh
corps bo Hoin to Sun Kronclnco Irrlncj co to DO DOupeinte coIIJllrntc
upeinte with Cut Iong flUarlelmaslor flUarlelmaslorIII Uartei waster wasterIn
In charge of tho transports In utiliz utilizing utlllzInlr ¬
ing the system on the transports going goingfrom Holnlfrom
from and arriving at that port It Is Isbelieved 18hellel11
believed by the olllcpr of the signal signalcorps BIHnnleOIp8
corps Iteiu that the tinmports cm tho thoPacific thoParillo
Pacific can bo signaled from forty to totlxty tllslxt
tlxty slxt mllus III III A fiom San Francisco < o by this thissystem thislIstem
U S Attorney lImlIe Institute I H Proceed Proceedl II IIIlig
Ilig aIIlHI l Sciiutor W A Clark ClarkHullo ClUIIHutt
Hullo Alont June 88 26Spellklng Speaking of ofthu ofthe
the suit Instituted 1I agnlnst him yester yesterday olltcr olltcrllor ¬
day by United States DUtillit Atloine AtloineliOcrH AUolcHOferH >
liOcrH ot Helena to stt anhle pntulilh pntulilhfor
for 1UW0 acres of valuable lund Hi HiMlnsoula tI tIII1oula
Mlnsoula county alleged to haw 1111 horn horndid hpnfil
fil did d ujmn for uppculatlvp paiposis paiposisSumtor IHJIPSIHSIuntur
Sumtor W A Clark ark said today todayThe tllllll tllllllThe
The nlrKitlon that It M f tobbai tobbaiwns obhllrIll
wns Ill my 111 nn nflrt iit lu procuring thr > land l Irulpt i ifalse
false I iii l1II r i btnight the land of him himnfter himnCltl
nfter oxlilhlt of abstract showing tin tintitle tIItitle
title wan vested In him I wn < an anInnocent nlInnocent
Innocent iiuuhnser ItJld1l1 er for a valuable con conMilMailon on
MilMailon nrd nrl 1 maintain the goitn goitnment
ment oannoi incel titles > s nor Interfere Interferewith Inttrtflwith
with my right That dortilnc > was wasdcailv lIISdenll
dcailv estaiilifhd In tbo case of HID HIDtnlUd Ihotntte
tnlUd FtnifH Vs s Hud HuddAN HudAN
Sir Claude MacDonald Tells Wlut Happened In Inthe Inthe
the Forbidden Cily Cilylltlllftti CilyJllltI
lltlllftti JllltI Itrltlnii nml llntliui Itojirc lIfllreIIIItIr Itojircentntlirk
entntlirk IIIItIr t lnlii lnliito UtIUAIII UtIUAIIIIII
to lie liiiplltnlnd liiiplltnlndNew
New YorU June in 2 Among lIIong the pas pasMiigerH pnslIIJlllfrll
MiigerH on the Knlser Wllhelm der deraroiw llerGrOl
aroiw GrOl was Sir Claude Maxwell Mac MacDonftld IacDonald
Donald who was Llrltlih minister to toChina tnChlnl
China during the Hoxer troubles nnd nndUdy ulll1lAdy
lAdy MncDonnld Asked Aakellf If ho thought thoughtthere thoughtthero
there wo any III likelihood lIk lIhooll of n conflict conflictbetween COIIllctbetweell
between Kutala nnd Japan In the near nearfuture lIcarfutur
future Sir Claude in fI1 fI1unCfllt Id IdIt
unCfllt It c nt events In China might lead leadone lenllonl
one to I think BO Jnpnn however howeverthough IlIIwe < r rthough
though teady Iea to defend nny all encionch encionchm encrollchIlIIlIItH
m IlIIlIItH nt on her lawful rights Is fortu fortuately fortllAte
ately Ate n peaceable nation and Is not notlooking notlookln
looking lookln for trouble with Ilusslu If rhr rhrcan ho hocllln >
can by U any ponslhle Ijo lhle meaiiH avoid surli surlia
a catflstniphe throuKh the UHUII hun rhunnets hunnellC
nets of diplomacy and arbitration arbitrationWhen IIrhltrutlonWhen
When naked n hel concerning tho thtllllor story that thatthe thatthe
the wHo of R 1 tnficd States diplomat diplomatwns
wns wa concerned In thi > looting of a store storeloom Htor10011I
loom In the fotbidden rOIblll < 1rm city nnd that thatIjuly thllt1IlI1y
Ijuly MacDonnld protested Ilrolp lrlt against the thoaction theaction
action Sir Claude said saidI
I remembtr the Incident to which whl < h I Ithink Ithink
think the nitlrle infers and when I Iread Irpl1d
read thtitory the Itor > In San Francisco I wrote wroteto
to Gen Chaffeu Indy Illd MnrDonald MnrDonaldWHS
WHS In a party which went over the thepalate thelal6
palate lal6 > When hall they Ihe reached the store storeloom store10011I
loom and then wn some talk of break breakIng hrlJkInl
Ing In Indy JOIl MncDonnld IClcl > olllhl the secretary secretaryof
of thu th lltltlHh cmbaiwy lrnJalltl nnd the > lid lidglum 11glum
glum and Italian representative with withdrew withMew ¬
drew They refused to huo inythlnfi inythlnfito
to do with the affair What went on onpfter onI1fter
pfter that I rnnnot fay In It IH not true truethat trillthnt
that Lady Iad Mn rllDounlll > Donald protcstrd f She lie >
l L = a 8 h LJ t
00 1 f fI
DAINTY box an exquisite wrapper a adcU deli delicate ¬ f fW
W cate color and a clinging fragrance fragranceyet yet all allthese allr
r these will not cleanse the skin Has it ever everto everoccured
rL rLthese occured to you that you pay big prices for forrL forthese
these things Do you care to buy five articles or do doyou doyou
you require only one o a strictly pure soap Remember Rememberyou
you pay for perfume whenever you buy it mixed mixedwith mixedwith
with soap Dont you think it is wiser to make your yourown yourown
own selection of perfume and buy it separately It is iscertainly iscertainly
certainly the method adopted by most persons of culti cultivated cultivatcd ¬
vated taste those who bathe with pure Ivory Soap SoapIVORY SoapIVORY
simply 1r1lJ1 withdrew Who ho the persons personswoie Illrllonswoe
woe who temnlnod I will not say but butthey butthor
they thor onUied through the th south gate gateunder catonl1llr
under IJIIs ms > ios oa issued Is uetl by dun Clialfco ClialfcoAfterwards CJJIIICCO CJJIIICCOAftlrwnrtls
Afterwards nil American aldo nnd I II an another anothol ¬
other peison came to apologize to mu mubut 11I1hut
but I told them that thuro was nothing nothingto
to apologize for as Iii I knew 11IIt nothing ox oxccpt oxllt
ccpt llt that Lady Iml MaoDonnld hud with withdrawn withIrnwn ¬
drawn Afterwards at a meeting1 of the thelejnoHeiitutlveH theloJllolentnth6H
lejnoHeiitutlveH I mad that till ropie ropieKcntathes rprantntlYel
Kcntathes of two nutloim hnd protest protested ¬
ed and I HUtuiOHp that they 111 > woto the theHolglnn thtJplgllll1
Holglnn and Italian ministers ministersWlitm IIIlnlstlllWhllI
Wlitm nsked whether In thought that thatthe tlmtIhl
the conduct of the missionaries Justi Justified JustlI1cII ¬
fied the stories that I lie Imd been he > 11 sent sentout Huntout
out from China IK replied repliedThe rppllNIlhe
The Iondut t nf the missionaries so sofar ROtnr
far ns I Know MW excellent I wrote wrotecommending rotl rotlcIJl1InllII
commending cIJl1InllII < lII1J one on Mr Ir Jaimvell who was Ill
Tiic most delicious of all allAbsolutely 111Klf
Absolutely pure and healthful healthfulUuyerd hcnlthfuJlucr
Uuyerd Uuyerdoflloyal OYt I nro protected protectedur
oflloyal oflloyalUrcail of Itofal 1f EflDI II > ur by L hls tl113Ureall hlslabel
Urcail RE EflD AD label
In the legation during tho slcia1 and andwho anlllho
who did much good work nt Unit try tryIn tnIn
In time Those missionaries I met metweie
weie 110 nil light Their pc IIIUr lllr was wastrying IMtrlng
trying They 1111 saw tho Milts or their theirlabors theirInborll
labors swept nway nwn their posseeslo 110 HeEslo11 HeEslo11tnllln t ttaken
taken and themselves suffering and andwith andwith
with oil ul this why should they tho not tak takwhat tnkwhat >
what they needed neededVnvnl neollellfonl
Vnvnl rroiiiotlium rroiiiotliumWashington JIlIIlInlIlIlHWIIAhlnRton
Washington Juno 25 25Atrl01 Alftod William Williamnnlili WIltIIII1akh
nnlili of SnKlmiw w Mich nnd Hogcr T TAtkinson TtkIIlHOII
Atkinson have been appointed assist assistant lIullltlint ¬
ant surgeons Ilislsn Italph Hurl lIrl has hasbeen hasIen
been prmnottd to the th rank of lleuten lleutennnt IIlutenlint
lint Junior grade Lieut Harry Iarf Me Ic J
1 llusc hnw been promoted to lieuten lieutenant lieu ten tenuut ¬
ant rnlllUt1l1dlr
RCI Q I 8 NI e er ef
r f I I
1 Hp sure that tho family mel1temo 1
1 c11t8 t 1 1onlulM
+ onlulM rIllIe Hlpanstho CUI 0 0tlmtR +
tlmtR lIt
1 Fur nil IItomaf1 troubles 111111
1 lolld y 1111111 I IA
A nlckll n cIIlton of tOil olltalns olltalnsX
10 Fol r CrlIl3 CrlIl3At
At 11111 Stol
I Im
m W rH lllI lllIcucceJSIIIS
cucceJSIIIS Succcis < jisto to WaUon llrotharn llrotharnCUT I ICUT
CUT De Oralmlnallklndlo lwln Ilklndiol CuJ CuJr CuST
TA Stone for Bulldlnei Curbtni CurblnjCemcery
r > M f
OPFICC AND YAHD52 YAn05 to 31 Norttj Norttjblxth
blxth WO Vrnt trooU Suit Lakoclt Lalco Cltt
By Insuring with the th thHOME
General Agents
A Household Treasure TreasureMillentown
Millentown Ohio July 21900 21900Vlne 2 1900 1900Wine
Wine of Cirdul hii been a houitlioldfmiurtfelth houlrhold trruure with ui When I married Mr Irs Sntnp my
ftlcndi ridiculed me and diked me Ihy > hv I married a dead nuion They uld iht he would not notlive notlive
V live until fill She Ihtn Mdjhed wtl htd lot than 100 pound Now she he weighs MS pound She Shehit Shehas
hit three boyi bo the lut xel tl hlnj 9 H > i poundi et t birth end he other iuo 10 pounds each eachThat tathThat
That wii her excluilve m mc < diclnc iclnt and I amo m to veil tli pleiied with M > It hat done for her herWe herWe
We are vllllnj olllln to do you ill 11 the good we un for lulferlng humanity W 1 II SNAPP SNAPPMrs SNAPPMrs
Mrs Snapp hat hullh and children Instead of waiting a slow death amid amidhe amidthe
he gloom of a barren home Instead of her own wn cry of pain breaking the thesilence thesiltnce
silence of a darkened sick room the prattle of her three children lei sunshine sunshineInto sUOlhncInto
Into lie heart No wonder her husband writes of Wine of Cardui as a house household household ¬
hold treasure ThcSnapp family owe to Wine of Cardui all In life worth living
for A healthy mother Is the foundation of a 1 happy home For fifty year yearhas ycauWINE
has made happy mothers of sick and emaciated women Thousands of women have written grateful gratefulletters gralerulleltus
letters with the same oyful ring as Ihls letter from Ohio The letters tell of freedom from thwc thwcdragging thocdragging
dragging monthly pains and of complete eures of the worst cases of falling f3IJjn of the womb whites whitesand whlluand
and the terrible headache and batkaches that follow menstrual disorders They show that suffering
the pangs of female Ills III Is unnecessary when Wine of Cardui can be secured Why do you suffer when whensuch whenluth
such testimony Is placed before you 1 Druggists sell 100 bottles bottlesFor
For idrlce an nil < l HUrftttrt addrt d < Jrtsi Kiting IrmltolUll rn > ptomii The Th Udlci Aclrlnorr
Dtpirtmcnt The CbttUaooca Modlclua I > dlrtllll Company ChiUaaooji ChIUalloo Tean

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