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THE EVENING TIMES WASHINGTON SATDKIUY S TUR Y JULY 7 1900 r
mm is i1 mi iIL PRODUCTS PRODUCTSExports PRODUCTSt PRODUCTSExpols
jHlll t
Exports and Imports of Agriculture Agriculturefor
for tli the Last Year YearVPrniilc Yealy YealXFrnn1t
y
VPrniilc XFrnn1t Frnnk II Hitchcock Chief of the Sec Seclluu See
J
Hon of ForeIgn fo urhn Mnrkctx Inrket In n n lie lieport Ueport Repurt
port to the Agricultural rl ulturul Depart Department DellurtDent ¬
Dent Say Su There Ila Ilaii Been a 3inrkc 3lurked 3inrk 31nrked
c ed l Increase In Xenrly enr1 enrJy All 11 Liner LinerFrank J ncll ncllFrank
Frank H Hitchcock Chief of a the Sec ec ion ionot
of Foreign Markets arkets of the Agricultural Asrl ultural ulturalDepartment
Department has just coHpkd tone one in iner inere er
eetlng e tlnG ststistics relating to the forogn forognijtrade forlsntr01de
ijtrade tr01de of o the United States taies ia agricultural agrlcutJro11Pf
produq Pf pruqs dUqts s extracts from rom which follow followJ
In J the the fiscal year 1899 for or the fourth fourthtime
time In the history of our foreign com CJnlmerce
l j Amerce merce the annual value of domestic mer merchandise m r rchmdise ¬
chandise exported by the United States > I x xceedlld
ceeded a billion dollars ollar The first r > onto ont
of o the kind was made in 1S92 xbcn the be bedeclared 1JedecJared
declared valuation amounted to Jl01572 1015 1O157l
till Immediately following 1S92 there wre W re re1ouryeat9
louryeara IStiSlSBS during which our tx txports txporte x xports
ports were considerably conslderabl smaller A M tr trthat f r rthat
that In 1S87 a marked i iDCt6 inctoese net case se oocurcd
resulting in a value alueg of f 1HOO7 l 1GSOO7t3 32007t3C3 C3 the thehighest thehighest
< highest up to that time During 1S9S IS S a
4 still further growth took place plac > antI the un
preccdcntcd pr edc ted value of U 1210291913 1091913was was at
tamed Then came 1899 with a record of of12Oh93122 j I Il2039312
i 1203931222 This valiie value while iosiewiat fOn omew W at atleSS I Iless I
less than the exceptionally ex epUonaU high figures J1gur 8 of of1S9S o
1S9S was wa far In excess of any an previously previouslyreported I
reported
1 The total imports for 1S89 IS were valued valuedat v vaLuedat lued luedat
at IG971484S9 Although much bjjow b ioV die fle
1
average for the last J lSt ten years ears these the thea e fig fgures g
j ures e exhibit hlblt a marked marked gain over the li 8 8i ga
i value which hich was unusually email amount amountIng lmouDtIng tmountlag
Ing to only 616049654 The annual sv v r
1 age ag for the decade 1SOO1S99 IS901 S9 waj aJ aove aoveJ
J J750CvOOCO J750CvOOCOrjJomesHc 70CtlOOOOooA
ooA A comparison o of the Imports with the
taomciUt rjJomesHc tmestlc exports shows that in 1899 the j jexcess I Iexcess
excess on the side of the latter reached re < chcd as j
high as C067S2733The C067S2733 06782733The
The products of o foreign agriculture agriculturepurchased agricuJturepurchased
purchased purchasedby by the U e United States during ISO ISObad 18
bad a value of 355514581 constituting 51 51per 51per I
per cent of o the be total imports of o merchan merchanfllse merch merchandise n ndlse
fllse Notwithstanding an increase of 41 11223S5
223065 over the low figures recorded for j I I
1693 l 9S the agricultural imports of o 1S99 were weredecidedly I Iecldediy
decidedly smaller than the average for the thepast
Ps past decade which amounted to about 3S7 3S7DOOOOO 387900COO
DOOOOO DOOOOOOf 900COOOt
Of the domestic merchandise marketed marketedabroad
abroad in 1S9 I8 9 65S5 per cent with a to total totat
tat value of o 792811733 consisted rf Z the theproducts theproducts
products of agriculture While the value valuetor
for 1S99 was 86207213 less than the ex exceptionally excepUonally exceptlenahly ¬
ceptionally high figures of o 1S9S it exceed exceeded cxceeded exceeded
ed all prior records except exceptthat CXClItthat exceptthat
that for 1SW a year that was notable be becauee becact
cauee cact > e of o the remarkably remarkabl abundant crops cropsin cropsIn
in America accompanying a general deft deftciency dellcl
C ciency cl ncy abroad abroad Conditions somewhat sim simflar simflar
flar to t thoee recounted for 1892 IS9 prevailed prevailedbut prevailedbut prevaitedbut
but to a less marked extent during 1SSS 1SSSresulting
resulting in an unusually heavy exporta
tien of brea4ntuffs Under the more nor normal ¬
mal conditions of 1S99 our breadstuff ex exports exports ¬
ports were ere considerably smeller In the thelatter
latter year the value of the breadstuffs breadstuffsshipped breadstuffsshipped bredstutfsshipped
shipped to foreign countries amounted to toonly toani
only ani 273fr9 73tL699 39I61 9as 9 as against 333S97119 in in1S9S insLs
1S9S sLs a decline of J59S97420 This falling fallingoff fallingair fallingoff
off in the exportation of breadstuffs to together toKebor togather ¬
gather with a lose of o t5aGI3 20S 3C43 in the thevalue theTalue
value of the cotton shipments more than thanaccounted thanaccounted
accounted for the total decrease in agri agricultural agricultural agricultural ¬
cultural exports exportsComfMiied etportsooComruCd exportsComrazed
ComfMiied with the agricultural Imports Importsof
of the same year ear the agricultural exports exportsfor exportstor exportsfor
for 1S9 show an excess of J437296S52 J437296S52The 437 43719652The t96S5 t96S54The
The leading agricultural imports ef efthe 8fthe ofthe
the United States during the fiscal I year year1s9p ear
1889 named in the order of or their Impor Importance Importance ImporLance ¬
tance were sugar coffee hfdce hld and skins skinseilk sllI1IHlk sktnehik
eilk vegetable fibres fruits and nuts to tobacco tolJIcontea tobaCcoEteawool ¬
bacco lJIcontea baCcoEteawool > tea wool wines cocoa coe aad vegeta vegetable vegetable vegetable ¬
ble oils elI Meaured leao ed in value these twelve
items lle B8 constituted over 55 per cent of the thetotal tMlotal thetotal
total agricultural import trade for the year yearmentioned yearmeaU8Ded yearmeatloued
mentioned mentionedOfsugar meaU8DedJJISttpr meatlouedOtsgar
Ofsugar the United States imported in in1S9 In1St
1S9 3ftSO25 3SO545 5 < pounds or 123 119t39IS 119t39ISpoull l232971Spouod 71S 71SpouaOs
pouaOs S more than the unusually small im imports IIBports letports ¬
ports ef the year ear before which amounted amountedto
to ouly 268990351 6S99O851 pounds In the value valueof yaue yaueof valueof
of the t e imports there was as an advance advan < dur ¬
leg ID the two year yeara from gW472749 4i48 to 91564IO 91
9C4120 making a gain of 34491371 The Theaverage Theaerage Theaverage
average import price per pound was as 22 22cents J Jceate
iceBa cents for 1SS8 and 24 A 4 cents for ISM 1S99In ISMIn 1899In
In the Imports of coffee there was a de decline ¬
cline llrI of SSW7392 3S 739 pounds during qu nt 189 189t the thereceipts thereceipts i ireeeipts
receipts for that year amottaUag te only
S31SiK3 31S 7SS pounds as against 7414455 7UU55lCMIRds S7413455potiada 7414455pounds I
pounds for 1S 1 IS4L 8 lt Meanwhile the vain vahle fell tellroIB
from roIB J 15711 5a 7 21 to JS527547e i5 5 21S478 i5r allowing a
TOM fe TeedofT92l1 f r 7 7t1 31 l i 1ft ISIS the Import neport price priceaveraged prleeJifI1IgN priceAvffagl
averaged 76 7 5 cents per pound ouJJd but IB 1SW IS 189
it trapped to 56 cents centsIllilcs litIIld1I centaUlde <
Illilcs Ulde nn and l SkIn SktniThe SkInTIIe SkinThe
The Imports of bides aad skins in increased incrcuc Increased ¬
creased from 2457746H 157746I pounds worth S7 S7W8S32 17KSJ3 37N89
W8S32 N89 daring durln ISftS to 2670W7W pounds poundsworth pouRdsOlth
worth Olth J41J8SWJ during 1SS9 IS There Tllerea was wasa wsugain
a gain of 21 316134 lmU3t pounds in quantity and andS4 I I4919h11
S4 411911 19lll in value > alue The import price per percents perp4Isdae18ged perpeend
p4Isdae18ged peend averaged Uil Coats for or 180S and U7 U7cents I Icents
cents far 1S 189 9 Goatskins and hides of cattle cattlewere catUewere catUtwere
were the chief items under hides and andskins andskins ant antskins
skins skinsOf
Of silk S3756S pounds less were re received re received rocelved ¬
ceived in 1899 than in 1883 the imports i ports portsailing
falling during duri g the two tw years J rs from 12 1
087961 pounds to 112543S3 11 3S3 pounds PQundIn
° In the Importation of fruits and nuts
there was a considerable increase during
1S99 15 iStL the value recorded for or that hat year yearamounting yaramountlug yearamounting
amounting to 18314206 IS3H2 G as compared t t14665O ith
J14S66S60 for 1S0S This was a gain of
J3747256 Fruits were the chief cble facu ac facor > r
having an Import value of 12329012 in
188 I8 8 and 16586664 in ISM Bananas and
lemon formed the leading items itemsOur ItemsOurlmports
Our Ourlmports imports of o unmanufactured tobac tobacco tobacco tobacCo ¬
co increased Incr 8sed from 10477105 pounds worth L
1748868 in 189S to 14036829 pounds poundsworth poundswarth poundsworth
worth 9900253 in 1899 The gain In InQuantity Inquantity Inquantity
Quantity amounted to 355S721 pounds and L
that thatlnalue lnvalue to 2411645 There was a a
decline from 715 cents to 705 cents per perpound flerpaued jrexpound
pound In the th average annual import price priceTen priceTen priceTen
Ten Wool 001 Wince null Oil OilThe OilThe OilThe
The tea imports for 1899 amounted to to7S9SM tc74OS9899
74089899 pounds having a value of 9 97iOU 9ThOi
75081 while In 188 71957715 il9 7715 pounds poundsvalued poundsvalu poundsvalued
valued valu at 190 10054283 42S3 were imported In Inquantity InqUllDtity Inquantity
quantity there was a gain of 2132184 2132184pounds 2132181PouDd 2132131pound
pounds and in value a loss JrsS lto at o 37922 The Theimport Thei TheImport
import i port prico per pound averaged 14 cents centsfor Centsfor
for or 1S 1S9 5Sii S and 131 31 cents for 1S 1819 1819ID 18991n 9 9la
la the Importation of wool there was wasmarked wnslurk wasmarked
lurk marked falling off during 1S99 the re receipts re receipts ¬ I IceLpIs
ceipts for that year amounting to only 001 76
788209 pounds valued at 8322 83557 897 as asagainst asaplost saagalnet
against 13279fi202 13 i9520 pounds valued at Jlfi Jlfi7S38S2 16 167S3mI 167S3t192
7S38S2 for l IS 199 S These figures represent representa
a decline of 5696899S ii68i 89t pounds in quantity
and S4Miti S4W7 5 IB value During 1S9S the i iimport
import price per pound averaged 126 cents nts t
Wit la IK 1m 18 it fell to 10S cents centsWtaes centsWiaes centsVLaes
Wtaes were Imported in 1S99 to tiie tiievalue t lie lievalae PiOvalue
value of J4599J08 5ttK 59L ± O This was as an increase increaseof
of 110JC 2LO2 lOJ over the 1898 value alue which was wasretarded wasrecorded as asreeerded
retarded at 5H915 5H915Ollr 59 L99iSoOur 910 910Our
Our import Im OrtiJ of cocoa Increased Incrftt etJ from
2 GmS < H532 2S pounds worth 3782577 dur duroing
ing 1S9S to 344385S3 pounds worth 5 5360ll6rduring
3COl 3016 360ll6rduring 16 during 1899 S99 The gain IB quantity quantityamounted quantityamounted quantityamounted
amounted to 9905355 pounds and that in invalue Invalue Invalue
value to 11 1577289 > 77219 The average Import Importprice Importprfceptr importprice
price prfceptr per pound was 143 cents cent for forl89S 1S9S and
147 cents for 1899 1899Vegetable 1899Vegetabie S9 S9Veg
Vegetable Veg labJe oils were Imported in 1S99 to
the value of J53006C4 3006CJ As compared with
the Imports for 1S9S which were vaued valuedat vauedat vauedat
at 44569091 C8C091 this was as an Increase of < S31 31
B73 aT3Lenc1luJr
Lcndlnur Lrndlu Acrrlculinritl AgrlcuilurstlAtter KxjmrtK KxjmrtKwAtter EXJUlrtJl101Atter
> wAtter Atter breadstuffs cotton and meat meatproducts meatproducts meatproducts
products which always form by far thf thfmost thpmost tht thtmost
most important Items 1t ml in our agricultural agriculturalexport agrlculturaJxport agriculturalexport
export trade trad the principal exports for the thefiscal thetltaJ thefitcal
fiscal year 1S9 St9 in the order of their value valuewere valuewere alue alueweJe
were live IIv animals tobacco oil cake and aDdOUcake andOlNcake andclIcake
OlNcake meal meal vegetable olla oi fruits and andtuts andI1nts andhuts
huts dairy products pro < JII ts and seeds s eds These ten teneadlnl tenending
leading > items comprised In value over 95 9
Ier i er cent cnt of o the total exports of agricultural n agrluituralotuce rl uJtural uJturalpocuce
potuce w otuce during durin 1S99 189 Breadstuffs cotton cottonauct cottona111t cottonso
auct ai so 7iiet products constituted alone moO moiothan moOtlin mo moan
aith than th the the an SO per cent centVien cemlen centWsen
Vien len contrasted with the average of ofeafiier ornfi1er ofarlIer
e eafiier years the value of o the breadstuffs breadstuffsexported brecdatuffscxported breadatuffaxported
exported e in 1809 amounting to 273999699 273999699appears 729996S9asears 73999699ppears
appears a unusually high The exports for for1S6S or
1S6S 1 898 however reached the enormous value valueof valuef 1lueof
1o 1o of o f 333597119 exceeding all previous rec records record roerds ¬
ords ord o rds and in comparison with these figures figuresthe figuresthe figureshe
the t he 1899 returns show a decline of 50 69 69S97420
S97420 S97420Wheat 81720Wheat 8 97420Vhoat
Wheat was 1l8 the principal factor in this thisdecline thisdeellne thisecline
decline d dt although in the case of wheat flour flourthere flourI flourhere
there t was a considerable inero Increase se Indian Indiancorn Iadlancorn ladianorn
corn c orn oeta rye and barley exhIbIted exhlbltodmarked a amarked a aarked
I marked m arked falling off offCotton oftI offCotton
Cotton it Large Factor FactorThe FneturThe FactorThe
I
The exports of o cotton for 1899 were re recorded yeorded ¬
i j I orded c at 37S7719122 pounds wor Worth h flll flll089S7t iV VI
I 089576 089S7t 0 as against 3S627S5S99 pjindg pjindgworth p pa tnds tndsworth zndgorth
worth w orth 330953219 for 1898 The falling off offi otfhown
j i shown s by these figures fi ures was a decided one oneI
I amounting a to 750C6747 7 CGGi47 pounds in quantity quantityand quantItynd
and a nd 20853643 GI3 in value O OwlDbto wins to a de decline deI deine
j
i I cline d ine from 6 cents to 55 cents per pound poundi
i 0 in I n tho average annual export price the de deI decroolo
I
J I crease c In value alue was more marked than that thatin thatin thatnquantity
i in I quantity nquantity1n L LI tI
I In the ctxDOElattlon DOLtUl D of meat products productsthere procluctBI produetehere
I I there t wan a consierable co si lerabJe increase due durI dur durIng
I ing L ug 1899 the value valu 6f f the shipments for forhat
I that t hat year amounting to 166679166 156 791C6 or ori or955G24
i 9552624 in excess excciSdthe exce df illthe the record for 1S9S 1S9Swhich USwhich 1898hich
which w hich was Jlk712C542 ib71yi54 The largest gains gainsoccurred gainsocurrad
occurred o wo in the caRre cft ci of 0 of hog products a ad adspecially d despecially
I especially e pork and lard The total value valueI valul1of
of o f the hog products pr druiexported exported advanced advanceIfrom advanc1from advancedrom
from f rom J110S01131 in In inlSSS 1S9S to 115179343 la
1S99 1 899 an Increase of pf 437S1 4378192 In beef beefproducts bee beeproducts beefroducts
products p roducts there was a a t gain of 2181230 2181230The 2IS1230The I81 3 3Tbe
The shipments of f live animals in 1S99 1S99were 1899ere
were w ere considerably smaller than In 1X18 1X18the l 1it2She fi fithe
the t he total value alue of ofthe the 1S99 consignmeais consignmeaisamounting oonsignmeilisamounting conslgnmeatamounting
amounting a to only J37SSC916 is S against against4C2434C6 O1galnslUG434G6
4C2434C6 for the year y ar before beforeOur broreOOOur beforeOur
OOOur Our exports of o tobacco in Its unmanu unmanuf unmanuactured
Dctured f ctured forms during 1893 IS were valued valuedat valuedt aluedal
at a t 254C7tlS an increase of 32638 32638over 3295638over 3296C38ver
over o ver the 1898 value which amounted to to22171S tof2171 to22171JS0
f2171 22171S 22171JS0 0 These figures include stems stemsnd stems stemsrnd semand
rnd a nd trimmings as well ae U leaf tobacco al although athough ¬
though t the latter was the principal item itemIn Itemu
In u the exportation of fruits and nuts nutsthere nutithere nutshere
there t was a decrease during 1899 The Thevalue Thevalue Thealue
value v alue for or that year amounted to only
3 7897485 as against J9013310 for 1898 a afailing aalling
falling f off of J1115S2S 1l1i825 Fruits formed the theprincipal theprinclp6iJ therincip4l
principal p part of the shipments having a avalue aalue
value v nlue of JSS517S 885178 In 1898 und 7757235 7757235in i7 7l35 7l35In
in I n 1S9 1S9There IS9There ISftDThere
There was as also a noticeable falling off offduring oftduring offuring
during d uring 1S99 in the exportation of dairy dairyproducts daryproducts datryroducts
products p roducts The year before products of the thedairy thedalr theaIry
dairy dalr d aIry worth J9095759 90959 were marketed marketedabroad marketedabroad marketedbroad
abroad a broad but butin in 1S99 the value of o the ship shipments shpments shipeats ¬
ments m eats fell cU to 7629211 6911 a decline of o 1 14S645S 14C64S8 1c64S
4S645S 4 Cheese and butter both contrib contributed contrlbuted contribted ¬
uted u ted to this decline declineThe declineThe
The exports of cheese for 1899 amount amounted amounted amountd ¬
ed e d to only on I 38198753 pounds worth 3 3 3316M9
316M9 3 as compared with 63167280 53167 53 1672SO SO pounds poundsworth poundswortb poundsworth
worth 34889324 4569324 far the previous year yearThere yearThere yearThere
There was a decrease of o 14968527 pounds poundsIn
ia In i n quantity and 1243276 in value The Theaverage Theaerage Theverage
average a export price per pound was SC S6cents SCcents SCents
cents c ents for 188 18 S and 87 cents for or 1S99 1S99In 1599In 1S9OIn
In the shipments of butter there was a8 a afalling aailing aalling
falling f off from 25690025 pounds valued valuedat
at a t 3864765 during 18SS to 30247997 30247997pounds eJ799pounds 89247997pounds I
pounds valued at 3263951 during durl g 1S9J 1S9JThe IS9JThe
The T he decline in quantity amounted to 5442 5H 5H9S 5442S
9S 0 2S pounds and that II it value to 610511 610511The
The T he average export price rose in 8 the two twoyears twoyears twoears
years y ears from rom 15 cents to 161 cents per pound poundThe
The value alue of the seed exports of 1899 1SS9amounted 1899mountd
amounted a to 5079596 079i9i showing a sain aln of of1t673
2124673 1t673 over the figures for 1S9S which whichwere j
were recorded at 2954723 954i3 The increase iBcreaewas l increasewas ereaM ereaMwas
was due chiefly chien to larger shipments of flax flaxeed ax j jE
E st eed ed In the exportation of grass a Heel Heelthere needhere ed edthere
there t was a slight falling elf offGOING
GOING INTO TO A TRUST TRUSTWith TRUSTCsisulterlnntl
CunberJnud Conc Cunerrit rn to COluhlne COluhlneIth Cozulti or orVIii
With VIii Ith the th Crnrilile Steel Company CttntpnnyCUMBERLAND i iCUMBBKLAND ICU
CUMBERLAND CU IDKRLA D Md Id July 7 7Tke The C m mberlaad mberJntl usberlend
berlaad Steel and Tlsplate Company wi 1 1be 1be 1be
be consolidated with itb the Crucible CrtICi le Seel SeelCompany SccICompan SeelCompany
Company of America Alliin lea within the Ext > few fewdays fewday fewdays
days day Pitt Plttefirg fe rg firms are largely 1JT 1JTcstd I it 1 1CAted rcated
CAted In the consclWitkm sad It is expect expected e expted r t ted ¬
ed they will retain the cootrollig cootr conti lU Ilg g 8to k kThe j
The company is being bh incorporated un under CEdes R Rder ¬
der the laws of New Jersey Jers for the thefactttre IlUDU IlUDUfacture anu anuI anufactare I
factttre of cruieibte and other steal tee and n ncludes ntludes
I
eludes the plants of thirteen tlrt large Js to pa panies panles 4 4nice
nice which have ore an annual capacity of ofSOCIte of5OO
250060 5OO tons of floe steel I Toey ale tne tJt Park ParkSteel i iSteel ISteel
Steel Company C mpany Singer Ximlck IDlkk Co la lacoipofated lacOIporated Iscosporated
coipofated Howe Brown ft Co 0 Urn LAmte ta I 1Crescent ICrescent ICrescent
Crescent Steel Campary La Belle Seal SealCompany S SCompan SaalCompany
Company Anderson DttPuy Co C all of ofPitteborg ofPittoburg r rPittAt1rurg
Pitteborg Cumbertaad Steel and Tiipate TiipateCompany TI TIip p ate ateCOlli ateCompany
Company COlli PII RY Cumberlaad Md Id Burgees S Se eE1 eE1aDd fl fland 1 1and
and Iron Company Portsmouth Ohio Ohl the theBeajamin theRenarntn i iBeBjaDri i
Beajamin Atha and lllii UJl 1LlIewortk 1LlIewortkNewark iJwort worth Compmy CompmyNewark CompJllYXeark
I IJIIInY
Newark X J Spaulding Jennings Je ninp i lom om ompany ompony
pany Newark N J Sa Sad Satdersoa d rson n Bo BoSteel BoSteeJ Bor BorSteel
Steel Company Syracuse N Y Btver BtverFalls Bi BaverFalls ver verFall
Falls Fall Steel Works Beaver Fais Pa and andAlllquippa andAlllquippa
Alllquippa SteeL Company Fi FIt tsburg urg Pa PaIt i iIt iIt I
It is estimated that the plants aamd aamdfurnish naetdfurnish m d dfurnleh
furnish 96 p pet r ceat of the crucible steel j joutput toutput Ioutput
output of the country The authorized cap capital eapltal captal ¬
ital i tal is tSf1IIIt MO 0 4Ioi of which hich 55OO 25 MO OM < t n npar npar apar
par value is to be preferred stock sto k enti entitled entitled entitied ¬
tled to cumulative dividends of 7 p per r teat teatyearly teatyearly < e1t e1tyearly
yearly It will not include the bak ptte pttemills
mills of o the Cumberland Ste SteEl I and T n nplate npJate aplate I
plate Company leased to the X G GTaylor GTaylor j
Taylor Company which will be opsrated opsratedindependently opsratedindepeooently operatedindependently
independently as before fore The black blat k pate patemills patemills patemills
mills include five and are now shut down downsending donjendlns downpendIng
sending an adjustment of the sol seals It ItIs Itls
Is ls expected ex ted they the will coos start up again againSmallpox agaillSlnnllllnx againSiiinllpoa
III
Smallpox In ittCUMBERLAND Cnmherlnntl CnuhlunllCU I ICUMBERLAND
CUMBERLAND CU IBEULwXD Md Id July 7 7Thee There is Isexcitement Isexcitement j jexcitement
excitement in South Cumberland over the thediscovery tbedlscoer thediscovery
discovery dlscoer of four cases of smallpox in a adouble adouble adouble
double double house occupied by the families I jof Io Iof
of o Alfred Capper and Michael X Shanncn ShanncnTire n nTke j jThe i
The residence of William imam D NorrIs orris is also alsoquarantined alsoquarantined alsoquarantined
quarantined a case C 1e having dveopad deop fiere fiereThursday tlereThursda ttereThursday
Thursday Thursda The quarantine at August Augu t Eia 1s 1sresidence 1sresidence 1sresIdence
residence was Ifted yesterday Dr J 2L 2LSpear M MSpear 1 1Spear
Spear city health hClJthotncer officer ocer and Mayor MayorWhite i iWhite i
White conferred last night and notified no notfledthe notifiedtho fiid fiidlbe
the State board of health healthwiairis I IWIIITK
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SL A Hogarty lIo arty of Lexleetoa xl ton Ky when they theysaw j jt
MW he wss turning t nffbndll Y yeVow T W ndll His k kn n tlowly Iowlv Iowlvchanged o orIbly j i ichanced
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chanced t color r also hU eyes and he luffcred lcr lcrribly in innibly > i
ribly His Uismabdy malady Was ac j 5ellow ehlow jaundice lie was wastreated wutrKlted wastreated 1
treated by the l beet t doctom d tono bat without benrfit btnditThen bennfttThen J
Then he was advi a advieedsta1ry < vie < litalry tt9 ry Electric E trc Bittrrs Di Uer the thewonderful thewnerul thewndeful
wonderful wnerul stomach stomch and nd Hirer lier remedy nmeJ and he h I I Iwrltwr j I
writes After uldnVtvre taking two bottle
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was wholly whollyall
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cured A trial prova i1f Its matchless I 5 merit H for forall I IaU
all jtoraach jtOc liver and1 and ld kidney Iddnl troubles trblt Only Oly Olynu Zd Zdcent 0 0cent
Street cent nu Sd Said by Henry ItnrEM llcnryEvasn t varn Drj DrupgUt t9 922 tt F FStreet FSuett I I
j IINTEMPBRANGE INMPllIUItIll1 IN I IAttemp4s RU8SIA RU8SIAAtempfs
Aitcmpis Atempfs of the Government GoeJlI nt to toDiminish toDminish toDiminish
Diminish Dminish the Use of Liquor LiquorIIlKMl LiquorIII
III 1 Almost IUONt Universal Use Ausony tle tlenborinJ the theLnlurisy
Lnlurisy nborinJ ClneSnle Xo Now Coo CunInel1 Coolined
lined Inel1 to t It l ItlueH Ju Julie Where here Food lust lustlEe Ult Ultle
lie le Furnished Ilurnbhec With Vltli Uh Drink UrlnkJo UrlnkJoOfehll DrinkHOW DrinkHOWOfficIal IIoiv IIoivOlUclal
OfficIal Ofehll HcKulntloiiM HezulntoJul Arc re Evaded EvadedR EvadedW
W v R llolloway Consul General Generl of the theUnited theUnie theUnited
United Unie States at St S1 Petersburg Peters1mrS b ba f fur furj furnished I
j j nisbed nihe to the State Department DeprtmE nt anT f 1 1ter Intereating Inter Interesting ¬ I
1 eating estng report concerning the liquor lquor traffic trafficin tc tcIn tra11tcn
in I n Russia Rllla He Uewries Uewrieshe writes writesThe writesThe
The he Russian Government has has for many manyyears manyetlrs manyyears
years etlrs been laboring and discussing dllusst means meansto meansto meansto
to diminish the almost aJmot universal uniersl use of ofliquor o ofiquor
liquor lquor l among the laboring Jbortr lahortn classes as a one oneMinister QO oneMinister I
Minister of Finance put it It to tove save the thepopulation thepoplaton thepopulation
population poplaton from the baneful bnefuJ influence inluence of ofthe o I Ite Ithe
the te innkeepers who whoP in order to makelarge makeJarge make snakearge
large l arge profits profts adulterated adulerated their spirits with withJ withnoxlotss j jI
I noxiohs noxios and anl deleterious deJeterous 6ul subtancE subances > fances which whichwere whic whichwere
were proving ruinous to the I ler jwer classes classesThe cllses cllsesThe classesThe
The average peasant jeant was not content with withremaining wih wihremaining withremaining
remaining in a public publc hocse hotce until untl he had hadspent hadspent hadspent
spent his last farthing but often pawned
I his clothes furniture furniure and future uture crops cropsThe cropThe
The public publc houses were acknowledged to tobe tobe tobe
I be the most mott powerful agents of o ruin and anddisorganization andI anddisorganization
disorganization disrgniztion in tho economic ecnomic life ure of the theRussian te teRussian theRussian
I Russian people and threatened the impov impoverishment Impoerlshment lmpoverishment ¬
erishment erlshment of the whole agricultural ngrlculural popu population populaton popuatlon ¬
lation lationOne laton latonOne l atlonOne
One of the first frst steps toward preventing preventingthe preentng preentngthe
the unrestricted unrestriced sale of liquor lquor was lS to con confine confne confine ¬
fine fne its is sale to places where food fod was wasrequired wasrequired wasrequired
required to be furnished with wih each eac order orderfor ordertor orderfor
for liquor lquor In order to prevent taking one onedrink one onedrin onedrink
drink drin after another without wihout food to severe severepenalties severepenaltes severepenalties
penalties penaltes were ere also 0110 provided prvided for selling selng on oncredit oncredi oncredit
credit credi for receiving articles art le in pawn awn for fordrinks tordrinks fordrinks
drinks or 01 for or bartering spirits spiris for produce produceor prouce prouceor
or future labor etc The Th receiving of o stol stolen stolen stolen ¬
en property entailed entaie the loss of license licenseand licenseand
I and provision was made mde for fol closing public publichouses pubJc pubJchouses publichouses
houses that evaded eldedqr pr r violated the he laws lawsThe lasTte lawsTte
Tte Government Governmtnt established cstablshe a number sumberof lulMr lulMrat numberof
of of shops In various ariou of
parts o titis for fQ he hetale hegale
tale of vodki vokl brandy bra dy and an f prlts In cor Or el elbottles e cibottles I Ibttes I
bottles bttes It te i 1 not permitted permlte1 to be b drnck drnckon dMlk dMlkon drerkon
on the premises premlEs but thirsty thlrty customers customerspurchase cuHomer customerspurchase
purchase small sal bottlea btte and step outsid ot id of ofthe ofthe I
the door draw the cork drink
te drak the con contents eO eOten eontents ¬
tents ten s and nJ return the empty fmrty to tea te tor torwhich forwhich
which they receive rcelve a few kopecks kopk The Thenumber Thenumber se senumbr I
number numbr of these th e shops sop is regulated reulate Oy l ii ihe ihepopulation ihepoplation shepopulation
population poplation The license IcoD was increased Inceled
from 10 rubles rubl s to 1100 111 rubles rbe J77 7 to tO I
1566 number for onehalf public pulc boused bOJf which whk rdtuod r duo he henumber henumber
onehal I
It I was first firs proposed proped in 1SS5 1S that tlat the
Government Goyerment should shoul assume a6ume coot cot 01 of o the thesale I
sale sle of o liquor lquor but bt the revenue from tro the thesale theslo thesale
sale slo of liquor lquor amounted amoDe at a that lht ti tMe time e 10
275WOMO 2i5o00 rubles r les 174X I7490WO 7tl > 0 pr Jr year yearand yer yeraDd yearand I
and it
wa was argued arge the Government GoereBt mono monopoly D monopoly ¬
pol poly would woul reduce this thil so 8 materially mttral as asto asto asto
to affect afeet the revenues reeue Hence Ht it wa was de ¬
layed laye until untl the famine of o ISM and tie Vtementible dI la laraemable l
raemable etate of things it revealed Jeile has hastened hastened ¬
tened teue the reform sla since < e which whl time tme hI the thenew thelew thesew
new lew system aYem has been beD organized oranlz d and ad intro hlt ¬
duced in half of the
hl Empire Emp re inclcd iohd ng
thirtyfive tbttytc provinces prln E covering cerIDg 132 132GS1 132GS1square M Msquare
square IUre miles mies with a population patia of 61 tl tl9t10 619tti0
flWtOO 9t10 an area nrt greater goter than t D th tA the United t h d
Kingdom France Frne Gem Germany and aD the Neb NeberUwg Naberiandg eh eherlDs
erUwg erlDs erlDsC1er eriandgUnder
Under C1er the preeent peet system syste tbe u t Cavern Cavernmeal Gyem Gyemmea Governmeat
meal dictates dictte the quantity quaatty sa4 ad quality tl of ofspirits ofspirts ofSpirits
JD
spirits spirts manufactured IBluultatu red e purchases Jr a very
large lre percentage Jrets of o the output otpt and aa per perraits Ie permolts I
molts mls the sate 11 ef the e surplus surlu under proper properreg propecr
pr prrgUot
reg rgUot r gttlstione latk e for manufacturing masufaeturin ua tur parpoes parpoesxvith PUTPO4eswith
with the Intentioa InteDtla of furnishing turlsiag trp tb th the ran ranmer NI nonairmer
ame airmer mer with 1th pure pre spirits spn IS thns tu miiiaxti mhl mitigating g gly
and preventing suck abeses divert
aB preveDtD sh abf8 u are diret
ly attributable aUriltb t tli to the exc excessive use of bad
li If liquor ruor sad Improving Inpriag the sf morality tUty o and aadpreefKfrUy andPreaperity I
preefKfrUy Jnt of i the th macees The Tk Minuter MBt fnster r of
Plaaace FuMe has hs repeatedly rte dedaretl der that tht the thepnrpoie Ue UepurJe thepurpose
purpose purJe ef o the Ue GTllt Government la controlling1 controlling1the crlag controlling Il
the l liquor Uq bttatoeM bne bnsin e was wa not t Ibtended irend tf to t j
produce prou a any y direct dret Jaeres Inere Increase ef o th tl t twhrlever r 1fwe v oue ouewhatever
whatever I teve tecreasr htre ther t there might mldt W wh wooWnorsie wooW I Iabuses I
r1 norsie In etftewe coaseqoesee o of t th prWtt preientie of ofabuses
abuses b e which kkh could rW be avoided vol only 1 by
Government GOH ment control controlThe cntr controlTh
The Th Russian Ruan pexaaat paat cianes rn drink d ealy ealyvodkl eel eelvodhi I ITok
vodkl Tok I whl wlb wkteb h is ditll distilled from fr rye r and is isi Isld Issold
sold ld at th the aver average PM prier e of 10 I per gl gai I
lD ion i whether wlethfr Ia a quantities qutte of 1 or o 1 10 10010 10010gallone M Msalloa
salloa Ik Th T The Government GOy t rul r requires jtjJr > s that tt the theproof tl theproof I
proof p ef vodki vokl and aR brandy buc shall sl be b 40 4t de degrees de dogreta ¬ i
greta grC and an that tat ef 8 spirits s of o wine wa from t 99 99to 99to i
to t 95 degrees fgrfe degreesTbe I
The uJSrlal nfdal report reprt for to 1R I IPPS S hes he j Jt JtRe vet si been beenma beeomade I i
ma Re made le waWlc pt Ue and a stales state that tt the U tb amount amenter amoortof
er capital cptl employed eplye during Ihlieg that ta year yr wee weeUS2 woe14S0
UJS US2 W 00 There Tr were wert 13S1 t31 brandy bdy dis distlllfrie dis distillerics
tlllfrie t1 rIH 252 25 spirt pirt irt listilleriee sUlef and aa 2712t 2712tplaces 27189pees I Ipefs I
places pefs pees where Jre distilled di8m Honors lou were e sold d B BI Be Beeider
side I eider this thi fomented ffDDt fe1m ° nted Hqoor Uqq wa w wee sold M at I
1469 16 saloons The Ti bottling bttug was carried carrieden e
en at 357 storehouses storehoi The sale sales amounted amountedto aluute
to t WW5 sf 752 7 gallons nlls th t the gross recHpt rep s b bing blug blag
lug fl 11732C27 11732t 270 74 the t expenses expl SM 3 3t94 MM S7 S7i 870 870and i ind
i and > n nd the excise tuis duty 804117890 i17 41173 Th ThIncfnp TA The at ne neinesne
Incfnp In < p to t the Government Goer at frosa ff fr sales sl wa a
16787500 U67750 135737500In
In governments goernmcBt where here the sale sle of liquor liquorcontrolled lir lirIs liquoris
Is controlled cntroJed by the government JwrDIet temper temperance tempr temprance temperance ¬
ance societies sIetes have been betn or organized cnUed Jiae with withPrince withPrince Uh UhPrince
Prince Oldenburg a distinguished distBgJs phllaa phllaathropiet pklaB pklaBtlropt philanthropist
thropiet tlropt of St Petersburg PetersburS as president presidentThere preidet presidentThere
There Tet have opened reading rediag rooms roms with wih li 1 Iibrarles ¬
and restaurants resturantsncar near public pbic gar gardens gardens gardens ¬
dens and squares where large Jlle numbers numbrs of ofworking ofworking ofworking
working people opJe congregate congregte and td sell cheap cheapand cheapanti heapand I
and good go food fo with such temperance drinks drinksas i I Ias
as tea milk mik and kvass made from cran cranberries cranberries crassberries ¬
berries and black bread One of these thee so societies s socleties ¬
cieties has constructed constru led two floating nUng roe restaurants re roetnurants
taurants one of which will w1 seat 600 6O people peJe peJeand peopleand
and the other 300 Thee T s boats are towed towedto towedto towedto
to points on the Keys where here workmen are areemployed areempJoyed areemployed
employed or congregate An open oon theatre theatrehas thetre thetrehas theatrehas
has been established establshed on Petrovsky Petrovky Island Islandwhere Islandwhere Islandwhere
where a good god class of plays is given at a anominal anominal anominal
nominal price Some Sme of the public parks parksare prks prksare parksare
are also supplied with wit apparatus to en encourage encourage encourage ¬
courage openair sports sportsIt sports
It I is expected that by the end of 1902 1902every 19 19eery 102every
every one ofthe otthe seventyeight provinces of o
Russia including Siberia will wf have been
included incuded in the sphere of activity acUlt of these tlese tlesesoietes thesesocieties
societies soietes soietesTe societiesThe
The Te Societe Socete Russe dHygiene dIygiene Publique Publque
has been seeking seEkln information Informaton from frm mem
bers in the various provinces where the
Government has ha control of the manufac
ture and sale of spirits spiris as to the effects of ofthe ofthe
the law and the decrease In drunkenness
The friends of o the measure Jtosure confess that tat thatthe
the testimony testmony thus far Is so conflicting cOldJclng I
as to be unsatisfactory unsatsfactory but they hope for or
Jto JoJLf JoJLfb o
b 1 inanewsie inanewsie25c alest e e25c
25c 25cI
c
of t the Liqt LiqtThe Liquid LiquidTie
The eei event of the theyear theyear
year in denlfrce denlfrceBware dentIfrices dentIfricesNiisoioDJ1l
NiisoioDJ1l Bware ware of cun cuntifct court courtI
I oaji tifct tcfeits and andtutcs subst
tute tutcs of thi this th thwords thl
l htcaf words worldsstluiown worldsstluiowndcntifrice stkown stkownd
d dcntifrice nftcc Isit Isitupongdting Insist InsistImport
upongdting Import getting the thegenuine thegenuine
genuine at the thest9r the1tiIL
1tiIL st9r soresJf Jfnecear necessary necessaryscnt
scnc scnt 2 25 direc direct to toth tothe
th the Propreor PropreorP Proprietors ProprietorsP
P O Bo Box 247 lle NeT Yrk York Ciy Ciylr City Cityrweoae
lr rweoae YCRo HALL RUCKEl RUCKEL 1 t05005
better beter results rcsuls after afer the law has been In Inaugurated Inaugurat Inaugurated ¬
augurated augurat d in all the th provinces of o Russia RussiaThe Russa RussiaThe
The Te leading newspaper of o Russia RUlsla has hasrepeatedly hasreleat hasrepeatedly
repeatedly releat dJy stated Slte that the most mot important importantimpediment Importlnt ImportlntImpdiment Importantimpediment
impediment Impdiment in the way wy of c Russias rapid rapidprogress rapidprogress apl
progress lies In those tbo8 t sin ln relics of bar barbarlsm br brbriem barharlem
harlem briem illiteracy iiercy and Intemperance Intemperanceamong intempernce intempernceamong Intemperanceamong
among the peasant Jasanl classes cluse which whic comprise
75 5 per cent of o the population populationSUSPICIONS ppulaton ppulatonSUSPICIONS populationZUSPICIONS
SUSPICIONS OF FOUL PLYSupnsetI PLAY PLAYSupposed PLY PLYSOtlloell
Supposed Hotly 101 of Baltimore Julthnoreeor Julthnoreeortn Actor Actorto Actorto
to to Itc Rt Kxlinn Ehnntd EhnntdBALTIIORE Ealinased EalinasedBALTIMORE l lBALTIMORE
BALTIMORE July 7 7The The body bdy of the theunidentified theunidentified I
unidentified unidentfied man which was wa found in inCromwells inCromwells I ICromeUs
Cromwells Woods oos near eer Brooklyn Broklyn Anne AnneAruudel AnneArundel AnneArundel
Arundel county on the night of July 4 will willprobably wl wIllprobably
probably be exhumed in a day or two by byorder byorder byorder
order of o Thomas Marshall lrshQJ who is a brother brotherof brthor brthorof
of the missing actor John ohn Marshall larbaJ In or order order ordec ¬
der to ascertain if l the body b y Is that that of his hisbrother hisbrother
brother brotherCharles brotherCkarJe brotherCharles I
Charles CkarJe J Tracy an Intimate Ini ate friend of ofMr o ofMr
Mr Marshall Marshal and Dr Nathan R R Smith Smithhis Smih Smihhis Smithhis I
his physician are convinced oonnee that Uat the body bodyfound by bytaa bodyfoonti
found taa near ner Brooklyn Broklyn to I that of o Mr Ir Mar Marshall Marshall Iar Iarshal ¬
shall shal while whie the sister of o the te actor and andalso andall andalso
also all his lls sisterinlaw hesitate hesiate to to believe believethat blee believethat
that he committed cmmited suicide slcd or was murder murdered mrer mrerat murderoil 1
ed at the th place plaeeae piacesaameu aamed The Te superficial su r dal ex exataiaatioD c cxaminatton
ataiaatioD aRlaton made by the Jury JI in the case cs has hasprevented hs hspreentd
prevented any deitalte action aein in the mat j I i
I
ter and a until uatl the arrival arhal of o Thomas Tb Mar r J Jshall i IsbaJ pahall
shall sbaJ who te I expected expet this t1h evening eenili from i iNew I
New Xe Yerk so B action acti vrlil wi he h taken When I jhe iheMa 1he
he heMa shall have been acquainted aeuiste with wih the thefacts tkeats thefacts
facts ats in the ease cN his s wife wte says 17 he e will willundoubtedly wl Willundoubtedly
undoubtedly unobel order oner that the te body by te ex e cxburned j
turned tURe so s that tht a more mre careful eefl examination examinationmay exaiuatln I Imay
may my be b made madeMr madeMr
Mr Ir Tracy Tey and an Dr Smith Smih do d not Bo now noW be believe b beIleve ¬ I
lieve lee that tt Mr Ir Marshall farhJ committed CmIUe suicide suicideThey l seleideThey le leTey
They Tey assert ert that tht h he was a always alway opposed OPo to tothat totbat tothat
that method mto of o ending eniag life l The physician physicianespecially tysean I I
especially eaedaUy says saYI that tht he had ha several Terl talks talkswith taks takswth talkswith
with wth Mr r Marshall larsbal upon upn this tis very subject subjectand
subJt
and aR that Mr Marshall arJldl said aJ he considered e consideredthe dere J I
the tie act of o suicide suidd to t be cowardly Beth Dol are areinclined ae aelalne i
inclined lalne to believe bleve that tha their friend frien vis vs I IIted IIe Sited
Ited Ie a notorious Dtorlo resort ret en 0 Castle Cui Bay By and aD i jwas iw Iwas
was w there lere dragged dne by persons pos who whoaad wh whobelieved
believed el e tt he vS seas JS poseemed 0 fends fendsand 1 j
and a that tht h M cither ether died tUe from frO th th effects ee ef efthe ofthe
the drag dri er was w m merdered r4ere4 er outright otrlt by bythieves I I I
Jewelry jwer jewelryThey thieves tlles who wh afterward afterwer took t his hi money IBOey sad aadJewelry a sadjewelry
They The point plat out ot that tht despite dete the te Sadieg Ondingof adhg adhgo I
ef o the coroners OIfTS Jury JI the tl man mD who w wee s sfound I
found rU dead ded couM eW sot D petstMy J have lv baMsed bengedhimself
himself to the te limb ef o a a a tree t8e not greater Ir IrIa greaterin
ia diameter dimete than tl aa a ordinary ordDarr mans mns finger fingerThey aDe j
They also ear s that Ut no o ana 8 would wl select e I
the limb 1Mb of o a tree t lees J a than t foar for nor feet tee from fr fromthe j I
the th ground gruDd to which w leb to t4 ts tie t Ihe t rope ro with withwhich tJ I
which w h to tang himself himselfthe hilf himselfThe
T The 8B4g Onslthg oi WaHalweH woeloahuabrelia l sear searthe r rtp I
the tp corpse rrJe strengthens leJt D them dm In their be beHef be14cC
Hef Ke that foul fl play pa was w the ti immediate ltP cause causeof eve eveot caweeof bI
of the tb death d t ef o the th anfortiiaate 1rte man m It I Itin j
to I pointed piute out at that tht eves en a vk wk man Mn eeeld eeeldhave el couldhave
have I overcome oeee Mr I Marshall Janl for In the thebHxzard tJ theblizzard
blizzard bHun of 0 February Fe ry be l T u a run na over oe by bya bya I
a heavy MaV truck and aD flvt vgo1 of rl < hs ribs rib were werebroken wn werebroken
broken bOk < D aad relatives ltfe nd ate physician pbyxkiasfeared physicianfeared
feared fei that tt death dEat would wCJ ensne esoe B It was wasenly j I
rnly rnly by the tb meet Jt carefW ure careEi aiming Jtlag 9rstog that tbt he herecovered i irecovered ircee
recovered rcee At the tim tim time > ef fhfe f Jl Is disappear disappearaa dlsr disappearanee i ia
aa a anee e he Mill 8U wore wore the tie tiaadcrge e which wilt sup j i 2 2ported
ported ptc his i body by I i 1 < k j I
Mrs N Murphy ary of o7 7 North r Aaa Street Stet Stetrster j jricter I
sister rster of o Mr 1r Mi Marshall larkU Marobaii1 k 1 ef o the t opinion opinionthat olD optalosthat i I I
that tbt ter 1 brother was fettled IIlad I and that thathe th thaihe
he I did not Do commit Cmit suicide suk She said Hi that tht thatshe i ishe is
she s co cl could W not J believe Ihe that tht he would Wfk take takehis j J I Ii
his i own life lifeROCKVILLE lfe lfeIh lifeItcalienc
Ih Itcalienc lcen Jurlid Near Uoekllp UoekllpROKVILLE Roeksillc RoeksillcROCKVILLE
ROCKVILLE ROKVILLE Md d J Juy July rfy 7 7The The Thf hand ao i isome j Ie Iseine
some e residence relee of o Mr r Oliver Ove R R Harr Hal Isrr at atCapitol 1 ICalio
I
Capitol Calio View this thh county caty was destroyed destroyedThe derOe destroyedby I
b by Ire abut about 2 oclk ocieek Tlrsay Thursday mnlag mnlagTe morning j I
The Te town of f Kensington Kenngt is 1 only ly about abt half halfa baIla j
a mile from the scene of o the fire and the theKensington j I
Kensington Volunteer Fire Company re responded resMHIdetJ respouded
sponded to the > alarm The Ire had gained gained8u gainedsuch j
such 8u h headway however that the firemen firemenmade I j
made m e no attempt to saw S sa e the building but butdirected j
directed their attention to an adjoining vil villa vilIa 11 11la
la belonging to Mr Ir Harr This was saved j I
The blaze is supposed t to tO have been caused causedby cauedby I I Iby
by fireworks falling upon the roof roe The Theresidence Theresidence j jresidence
residence was valued at 310900 10809 and was as I Iinsured
insured for or about twotbirds of its value valueearh i
Nearly earh all of the furniture was lost but it It Itwas I Iwas I
was fully insured Mr Harr will rebuild rebuildat I Iat I Iat
at once onceCAMBRIDGE onceLost
j I j
Lost lit Ills Fingers In n Clipper CliltperCA1IBRIDGE ClipperCAMBRIDGE j
CAMBRIDGE Md Id July 7 7Willlast William WilliamWarrington WillIamarrlngton 1 1Warrlngton f
Warrington arrlngton a boy employed at the Cam Cambridge Camhridge I
bridge Manufacturing Ianuf turing Company had his hisleft hisl hisleft I
left l tt hand caught in a clipper at the place placeyesterday placeesterday plactyesterday
yesterday afternoon The four fingers of o J
his left hand were taken off at the middle i I
Joint It ia supposed that he started the themachine themachine S Smachine I
machine In order to dislodge d Jodge some som obstruc obstructlon obstruclion j I Itlo
lion tlo tloTh lionThe
The Th peure plNoure e5e that comes tOm frem drinViag driltlej lira lirarichs flearichs
richs beer is enhanced br the th a aSU3M branr that thatevtry tbatetrY thiiievery
every glass if pure and wholesome Thine i > Mue 631 631Arlington f3frlin 3I 3IArlington
Arlington rlin on Bottling Co fo a case < of AUtrwn
S Senate n t ft r r Lager I
MOURNING MothNiII IN ll MANY LANDS LANDSHow LIIlow
How Many MO Express Grief GIiefVbeu When In Invaded 10vadcd Invaded ¬
vaded by Death DeathConvOutIoinHtt D D2athConcnt1onalIt1es < ath athConentlonuJJtI
ConvOutIoinHtt H In PuneralM Fuu rnlH K Klloniov Far FarIlernoved nr nrJltmo
lloniov Ilernoved cl From l ronl Sincere SI neere Sorrow ijorroivItcIlKiouH Sorro SorroJtelhloulC SorrowReligious
Religious Sects Sect Who Vbo Hccfive WIth WIthJo VlthJoy VltbJO
Joy JO the EinI of IIfe 1lreCuMtoIllH CuMtoiiiM In InDifferent InDlrrer inDifferent
Dlrrer Different nt Xntloiiw XutJouThe The Pagan J > nznn Idea IdeaLife h1euLife
Life woiifO wotit be Intolerable If death were werenot
not at the ndx of it it so philosophers l say sayIt S1YIt sayIt
It is the custom of o some religious roofs roofsnever
never to use Use uze4he 1heoord hc word death They Th y peak peakor
of their dead de d ds having gone home por flordo oordo
do they the decoraie decor fe themselves at Ute funeral funeralor
or afterward with nh emblems of mouraiag mouraiagother mourBls mourBlsother meimralagother
other than a i p white l lto ros rose or r ros reached bail la lastead 11stold
stead of the conveatioaal COQy stfoaaJ crape streamers streamerson
on the door they hang a sheaf of grain grainwhich gralawhlcb
which signifies that the earthly harvest of otthe
the departed baa ha been garnered and andflowers antifiowers
flowers which typify typUthe the beauty of a well weJJspenl wellspent
spent life JIeThey
They do not grieve as do most people peopleover pllopeover
over their dead because that tl11 would roc rontrdlct
trdlct their belief that going home te a aglorious Iglorious
glorious occasion besides either eih routward routwardor outward outwardor
or Inward signs of regret would proclaim proclaimtheir proclaimtheir proclaimtheir
their own selfishness in that they were weremourning 1Ioeremourning
mourning over their own loss whereas wbereaaby whereasby whereasby
by letting their feelings of o loneliness s have bavefuU havefull
full sway In their own hearts they would wouldemphasize U0111dempbaoize wouldemphasize
emphasize the advantage and pleasure pleasurethat pleaaurethat pleanurethat
that occurred to them by association associationwith 8SscetlstlonIth aescoffttlonwith
with Ith the dead before he or she ° went wenthome wenthome ent entbome
home With those e of this faith death 1 1very b bv isvery
very v ry far ar from being a terror It is the thebrightest thebrightest thebrightest
brightest and most satisfying atlaf Jg of hopes hopesand hopesand hopesand
and hence it would be illogical and nd a con contradiction nontradlction on ontradlcUon ¬
tradiction of their faith to give any out outward outward outward ¬
ward sign of o regret that the pearly pearlygates peaJ peaJgatts pearlygates
gates have opened to admit our betored betoredBut bcloeJBut
But mourning for the dead by parades paradespomp paradespomp poradespomp
pomp conspicuous clothing music and andother andother
other ways Ia8 to attract the attention of the theliving the1hlng thelivIng
living is as old as humanity Not many manystop manystop manystop
stop to think that emblems of o mournlagirc mourning mourningare
are expressly to acquaint a aalnt the living of oth othgrle the thegrief thegrief
grief of the bereaved Mourning emblems emblemsthemselves emblemsthems9lves emblemstbemslves
themselves advertise the mourners grief griefaad griefuad griefand
and they also proclaim that it is 1 not true truethat U1Iethat tritethat
that our lose is their gain but rather rathertheir rathertheir ratherthetr
their gain does not compensate us for loss lossof loseof
of their society At leaet this is the theway theway theway
way philosophers reason re reasonthat oDthat that is is the pa pagan pogaR pagsa ¬
gaR philosophers of o antiquity An ancient aacieatartist aadetarUat ancientartist
artist pictured death as a beautiful youth youthleaping youthleaping t11 t11leapins
leaping from Meeey cloud to fleecy cloud tkHMINrthard cloudearthward
earthward clothed elot M in flowing owiB robes of ofwhite ofite ofwhite
white ite and bearing flowers in his II hand and aadcotataieekHted andCOUIQ andcotniahieloited
cotataieekHted COUIQ 8tlotteti by the god of love to lead a ahemaD ahuman
human soul from earth life to life ever evertesting e1erJaetIDg
testing JaetIDgAJIOtller IstIngAnother
Another paean p pa representation of death deathwas deathus
was a young and lovely girl with Sewers jlewersWOVCJ1 Sewerswoven
woven through her b r flowing hair and a rain rainbow rainbo rainbow
bow bo ever her head coming to meet eet with withkisses It II IIktaMs
kisses the chain that holds the burdened bardenec1roul burdenedretal
reul in the pokes of earth life There te tenothing kot s ssothtug
nothing ot lDb gloomy nothing DOt llg lark and do hideous hideousnothing h hDothlag bideuanothing
nothing to dread or mourn over in such ell a aconception acon aconceptAon
conception con < ptioa cf death elEiat It was a fanciful fancifulthought fBdllt fancifulthought
thought t of mans 15 best t friend hut it itthe has hasthe ha hathe
the merit of repudiating the superstitions euperstttiollEcf
ef the modern coacepiioa ptloa ef sleeps twin twinbrother t twinbrother W l lIKotlter
brother which is Crew crowned th tile ki lUng g of ter terrors terrors tarrors
rors rorsKIDg
King David practically repudiated rep th thcustom tM tMctoIB thecustom
custom of his people peeve when Me little litti boy boydietL y ydied
died They wetiM leer their t etr garments garlDeB CUt CUttAelr cuttheir
their hair and fe beards u > rue strew ashes u utHlr apse wpaetheir apsetheir
their head acs go g8Mceaeadeci bareheaded and bare barefooted borefooled re reto1ed
footed to1ed lie dews and writhe writ and groan groanand grocaaM greanstud
and smite their tr breast lueata Anti set only oatywoul4l onlywould
would they eM e so B bat t would alee hire pee peepie peeple peepie
pie to come and help them th mown BIOUIaAd BIOUIaAdJICI suck suckae
ae are skillful < f ItMaenUtia to waiting
But DcvW put on o sackcloth and a mourned mournedand mournedand
and took aM on < M while the child was ruedl bat batWag batWag
Wag with death but wh wRen a the spirit left leftthe I
the body David got up teak a bath put paloa peton
on his is everyday ever > cay clothes and a went about aboutSUB aM8tha abouthis
SUB business blet obWHag oI obseti9g that the t th child childnot could couldnot couldhim
not come to him but he could go it itchild to tK tKeltiJd thechild
child He H was Considered tollffcl Hed < a very improvi improvident IlBproylteat ImprovIdent ¬
dent man la those days who could not hire hireat Itireat hireat
at least one woortateg JBOunma woman to help him himgrieve JliMgrHl himgrievi
grieve grHl The rM mash oeuM o and did hi hicrowds hire big bigcrowda bigcrowds
crowds of arofcfeetoMl rNtoaaI mourners mounterswhich alDOll alDOllw netoog netoogwhich
w which k were re experts upiru in disheveling d YellDg their tbefohair tlltehair theirhair
hair and IB swinufng the body until they theymight tHylBlst theymight
might have been called adept a Pt contortion comortioolets CODtOlUoulet contortionlots
lets let
letsBlack
Black rBtfK Were the mourning costume cestucaein eestumeI
in I thA thaeedajs dr ia I Judea JtIIea but the goods geedewere gMllewere goodswero
were cenrse Itr osroe e saekete saekdol and so mw mwml mock udI et r rm a araisat
m ml raisat 8t that they too too seeated to L be beJoJIag ea eajoytag
JoJIag the fruits 0 paNfor agony And AMDl Andzaoreeeer
moreover Dl it AUS as the t e custom C1 toM in i those day daYti daYtiIn daysin
in mare than one country to hire meom eanaers metreerg
era te go to the grave gra of o the dead for flKsome forsome
some days after burial to grieve if th thnext the tlknext thenext
next ef kin bad more pressing business busiaeein businessin
in i another direction renioa The folly foil ef f such secllsodal sackec
social ec conventions stands out distinctly distinctlyand dktl distinctlyand etly etlyand
and yet there is a woman ia an Eastern EasternState Ea5tentState EasternState
State who w o boasts nf having attended aUeJatJetIuaerals 6M 6Mfunerals 01 01funerals
funerals She keeps th Ute latest fashion ia iamourning iaDOUntllli inmourning
mourning > robes reedy for immediate use tiea41 usesail
and it Is said she is welcome to ail a1e homes housesof
of mourning because she is so sympa sympatbette sympathetlc sympathetic
tbette thetlcT11e theticThe
The mourning color in Europe and aMAmerica andAmerica
America is black but why Mack BO one oeehas eechas
has bees able to tell for or it contradicts contradictsthe cOBtradlctst contradIctsthe
the t e Christians hopes and faith Perhaps Perhapsit Perka S
it was De Beraager > r who said ironically
1 wear eer black crepe to remind mankind mankiDdthat mankindthat
that I am in affliction to point myself out outas outaa
as a mourner Turkey uses violet I et for its itsmourning Jt Jtmourning itamourning
mourning color China white hlteand and yellow yeJlowEgypt yellowEgypt
Egypt yellow and the Hindoos yellow yello or orwhite orwhlt4 orwhite
white and often a combination of these thesecolors thesecolorE thesecolors
colors and the custom of o hiring profes professiona protesIoea profesatonal
atonal Ioea mourners Is still kept up In those thoseeounties thoeccountries
countries There are professional pro asional mourn mourners mourners mournera
ers In the Chinese quarters of San Fran Franclsco Francisco Francisco
cisco and their services lIervi s are in demand demandwhenever demandwhenever
whenever a celestial dies Among the theBr theBrahmios
Brahmins Br and Buddhists of the Orient yel yeJJow yellow
low symbolizes widows It Is the color of ofthe ofthe
the robe of o the highest adepts though thougbpure thoughpure
pure white Is worn by b the ° elder broth broththe brothers brothera
ers So yellow eUo at a funeral means that thntthe thatthe
the deceassed Is wiser wis r than he was before beforehe beforebe beforebe
be died dl d while hlJe white typifies the ultimate ultimateI
of the egos gos evolution through human humanbodlel humanbodIes
bodies In fact f01Cl the badges of o mourning
in nearly early all pagan countries have always alwayshad alwayshad
had a spiritual significance which blch related relatedto relateato relatedto
to both the living and the dead and were wereto wereto I Ito
to encourage serious contemplation of the themystery themystery
mystery of life and death deathIn deathIn deathancient I
In ancient Rome Indeed down to the themiddle th thmiddle themiddle
middle ages It was the custom to let the thewomen th thwomen thewomen
women do all the mounnrij mournir i and they dId <
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An invaluable nerve tonic and restora restorative restorative restorafive ¬
tive when the energies flag and the spirits spiritsdroop spiritsdroopmakes spiritsdroopmakes
droop droopmakes makes weak nerves strong strongTHE strongI strongiITUE
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II iITUE THE flaRE YOU SAY THE LESS LESSPEOPLE ff ffPEOPLE
PEOPLE REMEMBER ONE WORD SAFOLSO S A P 0 L I 0
Cit Citbowever
It I t on a very ery elaborate elabor lte scafS ecal The men menhowever menhowever
however would wear a Wack robe Jo far or two twoor
or o r three days and then cast ea Jt it aside or orrather Grrnther orather i
rather r hang it ia I the closet eIo6ett e3ecetfOt for i the rest restoccasion scatoccasion
occasion When Rome was wasJetk repaWK repaWKbUek repebbeblack IC ICblaek
black was the ceaventldoal mourning mourningcolor meIIntB
color and white when wh u an empire but but as ashas 3SI
I has been stated whether under a repub repubMean repubHean repubican
Mean l ican or autocratic govenyneBtthe btTeIRJD ut1he women womeni womeRere
i were ere allowed to do alt Abe U1 wepins eeping and aDdJameBting
1 lamenting l and history says says their t r Mack Mackgown Waekgowna
gown and other trappings trappltgsrere wer gotten fuen fuenI
I up p with seme reference ref9re v 0 > jthe t tha contrast caatiastbetween C81trastbet
between bet een artistic necks and shoulders et o
lovely l flesh and the black b1 Eqeds qtja s of the therobes Ulerobes therobes
robes The meeting ptec place cotthe oL the gown
I and the flesh depended largely Jargelppoc jspoc poc the therobu therobustness
robustness robu tne6s and symmetrical formation o G ol olthe 0
the shoulders sho dders v vAncient I
Ancient Rome had professional l mourn mourners mourners ¬
ers em and Romelike when their services serviceswere servIceswere
were needed their makeup was elaborate elaborateand elaborateand I
and they mourned exactly as they were werepaid
paid to mourn but every mourner hired birofimourner
mourner had to robe himself In black blackaad
aDd however long and loud hIs lamenta lamentations lamentations ¬ I
tions might b be oe he was expected ex ted to main maintain maintain mainLain ¬
tain a military air that the thegods gods ods might mightsee
see how Romans were soldiers on all oc occasions occaslonfC ¬
casions casionsThe caslonfCThe caslonecThe I
The earlier Greeks had a mourning con convention conveatioa ¬
vention venti on which requln required d all directly in In Interest Interest ¬
terest to cut off their hair aDd put on oncoarse
coarse black garment and the women womenfolk wmenfolk womenfolk I
folk of o the deceased would retire for a atime atime
time into seclusion and wail wall but unless unlessthey unlessthey
they walled loud enough to be heard out outside O t tside ¬
side of the bous house the sincerity ef U their Uietrgrief eir eirgrief
grief would be questioned q i6ned So it was tea teaas UseRas
as it very often eft en is new that lamentations lamentationsare
are for the ears of the living rather ra er than thanChicago tUBor thanfor
for or the repose or the soul of t the e dead 1IeacIClcago
Chicago Chronicle
FIVE PRISONERS BREAK TAIL JAZLUOckK TAILIock I
UOckK Locks Picked mind Bars IJnr Sawed at atCn atCniiibrhdge
Cn Cnmhrhhe in liri dire Md Mdi 31dCAlBRIDGE Mu
i CAMBRIDGE Md July 7 7ABe AM sTink Vlckjers Vkkers
jers t ers who ba 1ta6 been confined in 1 Cambridge CambridgeChesapeake CaJDbrI1geall Cambridgewait
wait all f let < some tIMe charged wk robbing rellbiage
e Baltilaore Chesapeake sad Atlantic Atlantice AIlsCUereight
etgJIt house e at this place broke Jail JailThursday jailfI JailIhsrsdsy i
fI f Thursday rth night with Jour 108 ether prison NboMn priesserslI trs
1 lI 1 el whom were colored
j Since Sl his iacareenttioa l Vtckere > bed been beessesOned
1
1ifined sesOned ifined ia a cell cell net being allowed the thefreedom tiletre thefreedem
freedom tre CHR ef the corridors The ether pris prisoners prta0Iters ¬
oners have Ie been allowed aIIow to xJ sJa II th m con corridors eoc eocrIdora ¬
riders and to the window during the day dayand claya dayand
and a d it te supposed that they procured procuredfroat JlftCtltedro I
from ro some of Vickers friends the t t Instru Instrument eetrv eetrvmont ¬
mont eat with which be sawed eel in half at tnI ee of ofthe ortae i
the ban ef etbe the cell ia which w kk he was con couaed coaIBed
med aed and with itl which c later ie and the theothers theothers
others sawed a bar r ef one of the outside outaii4 outaii4S outaii4AU outsideaiadows J Jwindows f
windows S i iAll
All was quiet wbejt tea Deputy Sheriff Mills Kmsa1de MillsKatie I
Katie his rounds at M 1 oclock Thursday Thursdayevening nurCleyevetag
evening but t at 5 oclock yesterday yesterdayand morn i
lag he discovered ke sbusnec ce or Vickars Ick rs rsItd
JBOnt1
and In addition that ef George Scam Joaes JoaesaIUS Scamawaiting I Iawaiting
awaiting aIUS trial for larceny John J Jaccused Johnson JouuMJaaccu Johnsonaccused
accused ed of kilting Clarence Riebar RiebarLecomptes Richardson ta taLeeoaaptes 1 1Lecomptes
Lecomptes Bay Jantes Jenkins ear eIaretI eIaretIwit ehsredwith ed edh
wit with h housebreaking and IU William Tiieh TiiehB rUgamaR Tilgbmsa
maR B charged with Ult larceny larcenya
It Ia thought t that at Ylckera A1It saw sawtlte sawed
the bar of II his ca a cell then picked pick the thelocks tJteJocks thelocks
locks of o the cells containing the four pris prisoners pmoeers ¬
easers above mentioned and that they tlleyawe4 uses tfceasawed usessawed
sawed the bar of the upper portion ef the thectner lilleccter thecuter
cuter window and dropped about eight eightteet efhtfeet t tfee
feet fee to the ground A crabber ber who saw arrived arnTed sawed ¬
ed in town yesterday t rday morning reported reportedfinding repotecliidiD reportedfinding
finding iidiD two canoes adrift near Bea the Tatbat Tatbatshore TaIMtor TaibsIabore
shore or and k te thought tiattbe t prisoners prisonersused priMDerst prisonersused
used them t e to cross s the Cbsatanlr Jtiv River therAt RiverAt r rAt
At 3 oclock yesterdaj yesterdajppesod rsieg 1Itg a IIIa IIIaseea wee weeLeon
Leon at Oxford acting ia a aHer suspicious man manasc
Her aDd lie is supposed ppesod ta be en CNtI of the thePOISONED tlteall thegang
all gang g gPOISONEDBY
gangPOISONED
POISONED POISONEDBY BT PARIS GHSEN GHSENInve GR GBENinvesslscntlnsc PN PNInethntln
Inve Inethntln tScntlnc ja n 3Iyj JIterlou5 tcrlous Cue Cn at atAViuKted ntJutcd atWinsted i
AViuKted Jutcd Conn ConnWINSTED onn j jWJXSTED 1
WJXSTED 1 STED Cong CoD July 7 7Mrs Krs Mrs Hattie HattieRobtesoB HattieRcaIaia8cm HattieRobinson
Robinson twentysix years eU 14 Ketaer Ketaers 1iecMrRobtuoBs lOsmenRohiesees
RobtuoBs s wit wile died free park gareen gareenP reeaJCIIiMIda ggeeapainssing
P aliening at 2 a in yesterday It te not notyet Betyet notyet
yet kaowa ksow whether hetJter she committed COIiBatIU suicide suicideor suicideI I
or 0 was murdered Her body was fright frightfully fricJttfuUy freghtfully
i
fully bruised li and bad several veal seal Ma MaHe scalp weuadc weuadcHer
Her He hu a1t ud baad te employed at the thehome summon summonhome i i ihom
home hom of Pref M J Paeia Pap ef eetattbia eetattbiaUniversity i i1Dlverslt
University 1Dlverslt at Norfolk NorfolkSeven NorfolkSeven ortolk I IEeveD
Seven times t etI she eloped with wk Herbert Sur j 1 j
dam a young yeu aeighber aDd seven times timesRobID9OR timesRobinson i iRobiaaoa
Robinson forgave < gave her er For tfe tiMelgltk thoesgb eighth Use i ishe ihe Ishe
she he raa away with W l Surdam ea Wedsusdoy Wedsusdoyevening W Veueed y yevening
evening RobiBeoa took a flying shot at atSurdam atSurdam atSordam I
Surdam and wounded him ia the wjist wjistMrs aristIrs wrbssMrs
Mrs Irs Robiaeoa bound up Suruam Surdamb > wound wouacland woundand woundand
and they continued C DtlDued their flight iiglttRoW1son j jRobinson fRobinson
Robinson then rent ent to sleep He says sayshe ays JS JShe j
he was awakened iy 3y y cries and aae an going put iutfound 1 1tound j jfouad
found his wife stretched on the ground Sheas She Shewas Shewas
was as half conscious battered b tteced bleeding bleed 1tf Her Herclothes I IcJothes
clothes were wringing wet w According te teRobinson teRobinson IsRobinson I
Robinson she said when she recovered her hersenses hersenses I Isenses
senses Herb beat and kicked me meMrs mft mqMrs
Mrs rs Nancy Robinson Homers H s mother mothersays moUtersays meer meersays f
says Mrs Robinson kept ept repeating la her herravings lernhlgs en enravings
ravings Shut the door Here comes Herb Herbwith Herbwith Herbwith
with a gun to kill us all allOn aUOD allOtt
On the other hand Edward Surdaas stnla Her Herberts Herberts tierberts ¬
berts brother his wife and their thel two chil children children children ¬
dren Arthur and Fannie were at the tseR tseRInson theRib theRibInson Rob Robinson ¬
inson house on Wednesday afternoon at rBOeII The Thechildren T Thechildren e echildren
children vow Os they saw sa Mrsw MrsR9btonoa 1 RobtesoB P II6OIl take takea t tah tahgreen e eOOa
OOa a green medicine Paris greea gre was as found L Lboth j jboth I Iboth
both outside and IcsMe the t e house 1 ttr There Tbereis TM TMIs ThereIs
is yet no explanation as td t tw 1 hWMrr Mrs rs Rob Robiason Rob4IBson Roblason
iason received her bruises and a b cuts C8 lid no nooae OOJC asone
one has been arrested focrieausiag her herdeath herdeath betdeath
death deathBoth 1 1Both > 1 1Botk
Both Robinson and Surdata SlrcIa Sur4atwre were w re arrested arrestedThursday ar arrestedThursday iCI iCIThunClay
Thursday evening OB tbechsrgeOf lheochrg cl assault assaultSurdams atSMltSurdams assaultSurdams
Surdams friends paid his hs fia 9peand aal Robin R RobinsonC ilI1 ilI1son
sons son case was as continuedijiBt CODtlltU afl today toda bail bailbeing i ibeiag
being furnished by his 1Ii91DJhe me mother her > Surdam was waar wIIexamiaed wasexamined I
examined by r Coroner Higgins who Is ia iaveatigatiag laeligatiag i ivestigatiag
veatigatiag the case caseRINT casePRINr I ITwenty
PRINr RINT MILLS T9CLOSE T9CLOSEHI LCLOSB
5 5Twenty HI HITueut
Twenty Tueut Tlioniuind Eiiii EllIlIC > l yrM to DC DCIU1 ticldls
IU1 101100 nt Fall J nll fItter RltcrFALL nhCrFALL fItterFALL
FALL RIVER Roes Jaly 7 7Berasee Became of ofthe ofthe olthe
the prevaIling preiH g unsatIsfactory WB8aUsfa4torv eoniHttea ef efthe e cithe I Ilhe
the print prl doth market the t oClcers of ofthirty ofthirty ofthirty j
thirty corporations with a working capi capital eapiI eapiItal cap captat ¬ j
tal of 11iOI 10000010 < have decide U3aaiaK uaa uaanhioa o s sly j
ly to close down the machinery for one onemonth oaemonth ensmonth
month The period of o cessation Ct of work workunder workunder wont wontunder
under the agreement must take place be between betweea ¬ i itWlea
tween July 9 and September 17 17Tbere 17There 17There
There will be thrown out of erspiojrsaent erspiojrsaentnot esnpqyaeainot
not lesa than 20000 mea meawomen women sad ttll ttlldren 111dren cbildreu <
dren about twothirds of all the tcxtle tcxtleoperatives tlxileopeTaUC tsxileoperatIves
operatives in this oily Ii ty Their earaj earajgregate earaJgregate U r g ggregate
gregate 111000 111000 a week and the totaT to t loss fossfor Joesor lossfor
for or the months vaatloa T3 aU011 will appo 30 appoAk ek lit lit450WO t tUSOMO
USOMO 450WO mark markWith markWith
With few exceptions th the aa oparatiree oparatireelive radvee radveelive f fJive
live a handtomouth existence exiEt ce depsnd PDd n nupon nupon
upon their weekly salaries to keep t th thwolf the tItewolt thewolf I
wolf from the door The Theone one bight It ipt asreetof urectot asreet saycalof
of the case is that that most moat of the th mills will willclose willclose oh ohclose
close down OB alternate alt rnat wrecks < eeks aa ag b 1Jt th tbatrangernent s sarrangement sarnngement
arrangement the tll help will willIe le fB the be f 10 > sthrough o othrough I Ithrough
through wttbput wJth ut aetmil wacs wad ia Ae stnui 11 11najor1t eat eatmajority
majority ofrcasce or ca A majority jort pi P ptthe tIll hw op opatives opatlves i iathes
atives belong Jong to labjir la Iabruaora rurCos uaiois whoa have j ja 1Cecusnulated
accumulated a uC1uJated large sums of mo moJ mocy ty wI w ics icsthey I
they theyen csn use to assist membra is diitrcis l11tr
SHOT S HOT BY HIS BROTHERINLAWProminent BROTHERINLAWProminent BROTHERINLAW BROTRERINLAWromlneut
Prominent P Wet e t Vlrdnlnn lr 1rintnn lulnn at the thePoint thePolut thePoint
Point of D Death DentbELKI DeathELKINS atli atliELKINS
ELKINS ELKI S W Va July 7 7Wooderd 7Wooderdutton Woodferd WoodferdHuttea terd
Huttea 1 h utton ttea a prominent citizen of liaisons Hutteasvilie IIut liaisonsule s
vilie y ule W Va OB a branch read ef the West WestVirgiaia Westirginia
Virgiaia Vlrgt V irginia Central anti PUtsbnrg Pitt b Railroad RaHreadwas RttBreal1
was w as takes to CaaAerlaad on a special train trainyesterday tnunyestenley trainesterday
yesterday y and thence to Baltimore for fortreatment foreattadot or
treatment tr eattadot tt8fltt in a hospital Oa 0 Thursday night atgbtMr JllGhtMr nightr
Mr M r Hutton was shot hot twice bjr b his brother brotherinlaw brotherInSaw brothernlaw
inlaw I C Co P DarilBgten iditsr of the thaRandolph theRandolph
Randolph Enterprise EnterpriseThe EnterpriseThe
The men were engaged IB a political dis discussion dissfon tiltussloa ¬
c cussion sfon Is the barroom IB ef the Ian at Hut HuttoQsville HuttODsvlle Hutonavllie
toQsville t and the conversation became becamequite be becameuite me mequite
quite q uite heated when It is alleged Darling Darlington DuItJ DuItJton Darlingon ¬
ton t on walked out of the room ind went to tothe tothe toe
the th e window through which he fired two twoshots tNOshots twohots
shots s hots from a large Colts revolver both bothshots bethshots bothhots
shots s hots taking effect on Hutton The first firstshot firstshot firsthot
shot s hot struck him in the left side a short shortdistance shertdlSIaDCe sheetistance
distance d below the heart h rt The second one oneentered CHl CHlentered onentered
entered e the thigh and ranged downward to tothe tothe tohe
et
the t he knee Hutton who Is quite q lte seriously sertwjslywounded aerloeaJIyWOUnded seriouslywounded
wounded was accompanied on the train trainby trainby trainy
by b y his wife and her brother Both are arewell arewell areelt
bw
well w elt known In the vicinity of Elklns and andthe andthe andhe
the t he shooting Ihooti g has created quite a sensation seasatkraDarlington se sensationDarilngton satlon satlonDarJtDgtoD
Darlington was as apprehended by a party partyof partyof partyf
of o f men at Mill IiU Creek one mile aorta of ofHuttosville ofuttonevlhie
Huttosville Hutto H utlle early yesterday morning and 1ndt andurned
turned t rnecl over the sheriff sbt r1t > of Randolph county countyThe countyThe countyhe
The T he wounded mall Is a SOB ef Colcnel Hat Hatton HettOG Reton
ton t on a wealthy wealth lumberman aa for or wiem ftliom the thetown thetown theown
t town own of Huttoatrville Is named aamedBALTIMORE D2DIOOBALTI namedBALTIMORE
BALTIMORE BALTI tORE July 7 7WeodC Weodford d Hettonte Hutton
te I s la a critical condition at the Maryland MarylaadUniversity Marylandniversity a lad ladCalf
University Calf U ty Hospital where w ere he was brought broughtyesterday brcHlShtyest broughtesterday
yesterday yest y ay morning He was operated upon cponla sponfa upons
la I s the afternoon and was wa under ooer the iaaa iaaaeace IdueKe Inlltrore
eKe c ore ef opiates for over two hours WhIle WbHethe WhIlethe MIe MIeOle
the operation was successful l te a degree degreethe c1egreetile degreehe
the t he physicians do net think Mr Hun HuUenwill HunwilJ Rationill
will w ill recover for bin wounds are very ser aerioue serOM sortne
wo
oue o ne He has 5 a high fever f ver aad aadwtly has not aotfully nottdIy
fully recovered reeev from the effe eeets U ef tie ether etherauariaMtered edte edteacl idherdministered
auariaMtered auariaMteredCOLONEL acl a dministeredCOLONEL l lCOLONEL
COLONEL COWARDLN COW ABDIN I DEAD DEADEditor DEADditor > F AT ATeditor >
editor E ditor of tbc th Ulcbmond Dispatch DlnpatclxSuccumli DItpntehsu DispatchSoeeuutbs
Succumli su euDlh to T T Typhoid > pboId Fever FeverRICHMOND FeverRICH FevcrRICHMOND
RICHMOND RICH fO D Va Va July y 7 7Cot ceI Cot Charles CharlesOBrien C arlesODde ChsnlesBrien
OBrien O Brien OwarOia editor JIll president pre ieBt ot otthe otOle ofhe
the t he ° Ricbaaoud Ric Despatch De died here hereTisuraiay laereItUrCA hereisureday
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Tisuraiay ItUrCA T afternoon af rBOOll o oL t pVll p I I fever which whichtached tlchatacHtI
attacked a tached him about June 16 16Cetoa 16 16Celoaft 1CCsloud
Cetoa Celoaft l Cowardia was about alMMlttortyeight alMMlttortyeightyen fortyefgf fortyefgfi
rears y ears old aad eo one e K the nest st stDeiWtlPtr popuia popuiaoewaaaper pepclaaewspaper
oewaaaper n men ia the t e South Deceased Deceasedwas DeeeMc4was Deceescioss
was a son I e eC the late lat OL Jam Jamardta masse A A Caw CawnIIa Cownus
ardta a nus wae who > nearly iT a century a age Zooode Zooodend ed edaM
attd a nd up te the time ID of bin death 4 ia 1S5 lSSMuecI 1SSdited
edited e the Dteaatca The SOB as soon soons n nas
as a s he bad left college took a position ea eathe e ethe enhe
the t he paper and a from that time on till hIS hladeath hISdeetk bi bidestb
death WAS ODe ef the strongest fercee is isColonel 1 1cseducing
cseducing 0 the success s at the paper peperCeI paperCclone
Colonel Cowardfe was a musician p pr 9order fclgS fclgSder htg htgorder
order der and except his newspaper worky workyaocklBg wsrk wsrksocking c caotlllBg <
aocklBg afforded him 1 more pleasure HO HOtook H Htook Hook
took t aa active part ia alt the afcis a s of o Stat Stotsad Sutd Sutdsad Statd
sad s d city He ares chief elite of Governor LeeS 1eesstaff LeeSsCK Ieestak
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staff a tak and a has occupied the same positteawill 1051t1enwill posittea POOItIOXIwill
will all of his successors SU CftMrS He was twfco twfcomarried twk twicomarried a aaarrlecL
married Hie first wife was Miss 11 Ksta KstaHvans Ksts KstsJ XsteBvans
Hvans J 3DS a daughter da ter of Ute late Col ThomaS TbsmaaEvans ThomaSBeans r rE
Evans E of this rt elTy y By this aoa 11 ntoc Oll ther therwere thMwen iksrscore
were three child clIi1 a James Carries ao aoAileea aIK
Aileea A all surviviu purviriug His second wife waS waaMiss waSYIM wasMist
Miss Anna Aa Menlo X of Baltimore who with wltSone withODe withone
one child survive niTC him Deceased leaves leavesoae leueiZCMte leavedone
one brother Father W Reynolds R Cowart Cowartda Cowarocwllo Cownrtdin
da who is stationed m hi Pennsylvania PeaI PeaIOokQel PennsylvaniaOslenel PeaasylvaaUColcnel
Colcnel Cowantta was as the veeegesC veeegesCof ysueges
of 1 six children beta to James Direr AnltewCewardin DirerCewantiM AnlsevCowardia
Cewardin and Aaaie Merit Pur Peyeeii < ll I stftey stfteyeC Imeoef eiete2St
eC tIM late John PnreeiL The chi Area 4reni Ovenwere
were W re John Jaav Jemew TV T Reg It RssIda aluw ant antCharles ad adCltarlts andCharles
Charles OB OB and Mte 1 Miss Alice we te 8 married n1edCtarecee marriedClarence
Clarence N Na Nesic al ot Baltimore sod lib MtaaAileen libAtleftr MbaAiless
Aileen who married Frank DamMaan of ofBaltimore efDaltIe ofhieltimove
Baltimore Of these children coZy Mrs MrsDaaaaMUCB IrsDa MeaIlammasa
DaaaaMUCB Da and Father W Reynolds RE C Cr CrS ar ardia
dia S J are BOW living Tnfe tl tar tee cad cadi tadbrother Jtd JtdIter
brother Iter were with hbo Ia when tIt i came atIIeTIle cameTbe
The late James P Cowardta an euer e eider eiderbrother cler clert
brother t r ot tile deceased was one of the litehris thebrIghtest tbebrightest
brightest newspaper writers tIC a aOlltellle aOlltelllela oatteatfe oatsnecin
ia the South SouthThe SoatILTite SouthThe
The funeral took place treat r St St Pe Peters Ps Pstens
ters Cathedral this mefatna at atodoek 9 9oelock
oclock Governor Tyler < telegraphed It ItK teem teemKansas
Kansas K City exprecsimg e the regrets r et the tbeVirginia tIteVlrgtata thevgs
Virginia delegation tI at the death ef of50t Calo Caloaei aaBel
aei Cowardta CowardtaBODY CowardinBODY
BelBODY
BODY WASHED W ASHBD ASHORE ASHOREted ASHOREReltorted ASHOREUeiorted
Reltorted ted Snlclde Snieid or f n Xeivnrli Tl TlBALTLMORE Worn Uomn Wornan
an n Now Ct1ICe1 Ct1ICe1BAiTDroRE CesJgrtcdBALTLIOORE
BALTLMORE BAiTDroRE July 7 7Dr Dr Ik K Jl M Msea liner Dawof linersos
sea of Wittmaa lU Taibot county seaC 6e 6eellowg < thefollowing Ca CafeUowing
following message here Mat h1btThe aright arightThe JdPtThe
The body ef the Jt young rgjumped rou wuiaa ataa waa waaJ who whojumped
J jumped ped overboard everMaNi from fCIIR the suuuaer Quac Quacgia 0bin tIcscgin
bin te BOW ea my shore shoreTaibot Bear n Witiman WitimanTabet 1taD 1taDTabet
Tabet county coeatyFrom CMlBtyFrom countyFrom
From the recently published eesMfin eesMfintten crtittion deseription
tion of size and clothing deUala Mir etc ee the tbeidentity tlHtIdentity theidentity
identity Is certain c rtaht I have forgotfeat feGOt Ii her hername Itername henname
name aDd residence r as pubMfeed pubMfeedwould or orvould orwould
would notify her friends We found seth aethIng JMlthIng sethlug
Ing ofl the body except a small watch wai and aadcuff IIB4calf andbuttess
cuff buttons Uees which I beg h for forafter dsimaats dsimaatscviii ts tsWIll
WIll ee that the body Is cleeelltly heeled MIrIedafter heeledthe
after the laeuast 11MfIl which wBiekI I suppose will willhave Willhave U UlIae
have to be held heldThe heWTile heMThe
The body was that of Mta Mien Mary ar1 Kafa Kafaxle Kat21e Kna Knaale
ale daughter of Anton A Keeaste K e t New Newark Neerark e rark ¬
ark ark N J Bona of ofsw Swias parents abe 81MoC sheof tcaa tcaaof
of medium ti height well built Miltaad lirabive4 lirabive4sad H tt hatred hatredaad
aad bhwered WaeeyecL She was tweaUyaE tWeII yead yeadW yeadSke yonr yonrShe d deW
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She was engaged to Berthold Ber told Waektbr Waektbrwho OW OWwIte Wathrwho
who is also of Swim parentage He ia iaabout babcMIt Iaabout
about tweatyseven years oM and aIMIoocI mona eanugood monagood
good oocI wages as a silk iII maker Her Herfather Httrfat He Hefather
father objected Hte qaly pIYHU r Jt eoa was that thathe thathe
he lie did not want itaey M te l 18 1Mm ava bia At Atbe anlie ionbe
be bad nothing DOthln against yeum young eUgOn Waehtcr WaehtcrOn Wiebteron
On Wednesday edaeedQ Jtt J June e 27 sae she caiuote ea Bal Baltimore iiL iiLaJt4 ll1timers ¬
timers and engag a a ed t i passage an n the Geur GeurgU GeIrto G10rgla
gU to Norfolk Notts Wbeft hea lbs G aabout Oehtio Oehtioabout Kxul a
about forty fort miles from from Bahtasui thlat tl tla1s1tt
night the woman omB who had bean b6 a sitting slttl slttlthe en onthe
the afterdeck for some time suddenly suddenlyPo sudde svd4eiIystepped ly lystepped
stepped In a chair at the rail efethe of the bMt beat beatfrom
from which she be plunged head first firstSICK firstft
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