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Pnbhaktnd ????-ry enewrdny by Joan MiTcaraxx, #Ja, a? BU North ?Hh SB en?. BV>njnorid.Va JOHN niTCHELU -JR., ? EDITOR. AU .aisiiiiikaai. man-tried foc mMfc-ntton ahonid breent ao an toi-enoh ne by W trinantiey. terms nr ?avAjran. te^tSann^nw; . * . * a 11 One Oo-py. eia tavciathn..J?D a ADYKXrmUSQ RAT? a Btar eae lnok, one inaer? na, t JO G? il unii Imiti muli wiheeunatil lueia Miei. .03 roe two inane*, three ?? rail? ?. 6.0S For tntrolnchna, atxmnawn?, ? 10.00 for two mchna, atan n*wn-itan, 14.00 G?? two inehei?. tweJre soothe ? W.0O Merries?? nnd VSinernl KoOom. one laob, ?9 Bta?iHnr and Trinai mt Hilton? par Une, .10 ar-POeTAQBSTAMPBOr A HTOHKR DB ??????????????? TWOCHHT8 NOT KatcxnrxD on subscriptions. Tan Puainrr 1* knraed weekly. Tbe un barn j> etoa prie?? ia 11.90 ?,t y?*ex In ?vivane?**. Tknre am rom with by which money ??an l?e aent by mall nt ocr rink -Inn. Poet Oflf ey Cb-der. by lk*nk Cmank or Drnft, or an Kz ?prasi M.r.? V ?ird.r. aud a h. p una* .Mb.???? can be pro???nred. la a RtHCirtarttd Letter a Mmit Otuin??Yon can bur a Mor Pont-?>ffl????. pnvH m<ind P*t-? " ?ib.*.?, nnd w?? will U Bar ?* anfe arrival. Ez?**anne Mosit onoaaa cnn lit? obtained at any ofBetf? of the American Brpr. a ??Fnr .?p-.n-rV??.? f.r m.,n. ? -. nt ! t ?u-..t .,f ih?-, c. m pani?**. Th?? Kxpr???*?? Money < mlrr Ih a unie n renient way for fura ardltut m??. BaoTKTKnKD La*11 aa.??-If n mon, ? P.^t ??*?.?. ..t Kii Kx-.r.^o. ? ?Aie. 1? ri? 4 u ronr raatb. yoor roarfm.m?t??r wtll ltestoterth? LaBBari .?.-.:?.la*eei*Mnaaai ?1 Isa ?.-nr~. Th.T, m th- 1. tt.-r is 1-t ?t ?a?aBTktt ? manner at rnriMlak. itia h Mera tn any other wny man oat? ?if the fetor way? mmttoned abore. If yon *??t?1 t??? ? ey In any other wny, yon mnat do it at yonr own rto?k a a Raarawaxa, K*rc.?If yon do not want Tea ???.!??t em enaeia lull ?a km run nf ? Ba?een*?y7na*eS*n***rtbsrB toa?awepa ? ?? ??? tmwtttmjA *f ?nsselKe ? afeettam beea pS le for tha payment of tan uni????-rit? OOKH t?r to iu? tu -;*.?p?.? ?>r t roar nan?? and a ? ?ttherwlae we raw noi fia 1 your neme oa Ca/tlK.r <>r Alum??- I V?? ?*hanirt? Lraaeof ? nnhnr-rtbar, w? n?ant Ite t*-nt ' -w?t a? wt-ll ea tb? prenant addrmn, aMnrnd at th* PneS Otoct nt Bk-hmond. Vn., F ?? \\ ? ;. rhurnia ii th?' li m \>. ?? KitOM ? ? <?i:iii\. ear law d -.a? to . idly. The : ? Holding thai law ! ,..?ration of .... - whtc*a referred to : t.?? priv? ili nurses to ride in the whit*? ? of the legislation. Ju M. Call y? ?he law was uncos itional. all ".lim Crow" laws have a ion with reference to ild seem a?-cording to >ion, that all "Jim v laws are anrxmatltnl \\V would to God '.hat the Su; ri of Florida was permeated by spirit of llbmalllj and Jus ' .?lowing will explain it? self. The ca> -veral days a go, ou a writ of habeas corpus for : ew Patterson, the colored man who has bean ir. jail awaiting a dis ou of the ?see it was argued .. ??tniore and Purce-ll, tbn colored attorn?-.? s representing Patterson, and I ly Solicitor Bryan for Sheriff Picket'. There %? ? al grounds cited by th?? attorneys for tat of which were at it was a violation of the fourteenth aini-ndtiitnt to ih? The obj??ctlon upon which Judge Call ruled tli. bill unconstitu :'. was also referred to in the ar . Judge Call state?! it hri?>flj. Th? '?da ??eople In the room wh?ni the ?b?? ision waa ren The co??-?: ; oshed from the court to board the first r in order that they might d the newa among the m? : of th? ir race. Acting ?iaion of Judge Call, the Jackson' d the signs on their cars at noon yesterday, and t*he ?d people by common consent declared the boycott off. The d?acleion of Judge Call will not ?b-flniti'-.y determine the matter, how the case la to be carried to art for a hearing. r^gagaw providas that this can be game though the plaintiff is dis? charged from custody by the u of the cinult rourl. I Bry- t an will make an effort to get the ?sana ? heard by the Supr? 1 on Fri? day. e e a e The dWponftlon of this case by. I will be the me;. I case? against the ? ?s for violations . Ian There were several of these cases. w*hich bean) ?? Willard 01 Then? cnnna win be dismiss-1 ???l b) Jnet >? Willard or continued | until th.' supremo court has acted in -???> ? I la associated ? I more in th? It la needless to state always i thst iation was un oiored ; upon ' la. They will K??t just as much ? and jiist i? o there aa will si "?A >fl and these sttrl ? both that class of growing laaa in th?> in fr?im which h?? bails, who ? ?a. r?> laaa ??f th< - ir ap pandad apon and ' ributtai, in 11 frank 1< ; ri of by long aess < bad quart >ss, I am a: a Of a | ? on thst ? ? ?!? G." :o: \\ HI II I OLKfi \M> ? lili Kl ? BTEAI in?.. n the whi?e and ? end it for [ Wlll H ! ? f Au ? ?tiths, and the ell was post \ : night, but after 'shell has >ns upon the aver ? -1 brother's honesty, ho? of his love for o*hickon, but hen he hears of a ag ? onvicted for chick? ag? Watt, we think I l hite men steal millions orphans and beneficiaries, hurst banks wide open by using up all of * nids of the institutions, para lyre Insurance companies as the re -ioner on tli?? affair- of 'ho Kqu'.table Insur .??any shows and then in h upon and invad?? tho t?-rritory ?>f tho hunibl.?. chicken-"tealln iiink it Is time to call a halt and toll th?? whit.? folks to lay the on hard when they ar.? punish? ing a ?I:. allng white man. I.? t him stick to his high-class steal? ing ai .?vail?? the sacred pre? cincts of the average hen-roost, v. barn many a poor Negro has in daya past and gone, "revelled in all of his THK VYItOXt. MW 1HF.NTIFIKI). That some people are reckless In their methods of identification of .red people is emphasised by tlie happening at Roanoke, Va., Mrs. J. E. Gebbert, :rged Horace Webb, a col? li with having attempted ? iminally assault her. Sh?? ?tied hin; as the youth. Three ?ither white ladles charged him with d them. The case looked ugly for Webb and the gal? lows was ataring him in the face, so other hand. Horace ? od need reputable white witnesses, who accounted for ?-v ?-ry moment of Webb's time dur? ing] the hours of the day the crime waa committed. Among those who testified were Mr. Robert B. Moor? man and hia wife, who employed Webb. They gave him a good rep? utation and it waa so evident timt it was a case of mistaken Identity that Justice Bryan, after hearing the evidence, Thuraday, July 27th, 1?06, ordered Webb discharged from custody. hi needless to remark that it pays some colored folks to remain in the company of white folks, if on? ly as a servant. The testimony of aundred and nlnety-nlu? groea would not have off-set the son) of those while witneanaa against him. Though Innocent, In baya he would have bann ????? a rogara end. being unable, according to the re-qulre this section Itbar a ay or the other?they are mightily against you or mightily >u and in this case, they stood by tho color.?d boy and the fair mind.-d Justice gave the colored ?>f the doubt. I as no doubt. There is nnH-li meaning in the once popu ' All Coons Look A-llke to and there are thousands of ole who can. with g, Join In th?? chorus and re refraln. Ho ab owes his life to the ? ? -:o: r ZAR'S WORDS MEETS RESPONSE Declares Tila* Most Come Without Dish'jnor. ? ? FORTS TO UNIFY NATION ?? hie determinai id?? a r un It has - ? The -. by no 1: place! I war part) mouth, bttt t'. ;;then the ?. bled , and I - to er and ? unple. the ? ? a are large | ? no nmtrol of the ? nation, ar?? s?ndlnK an ad that th?? a'a honor and that a but made ? unify t h" nation, it sary to coat Inue the srai In op?Tati to an ti? I pat e ? conference nor to mak?? the ta.sk ?if the comnii??!-i??norK more difficult, ai ?'s pn sence at the head of the mission it- regarded as a i?;>u?.rant??e that ?ame of a basis of p?.. found if possi! In siKii.? with the pea? ?- . ont ng of the emp?-: tl in niiml?er. of Ixith the ? and cons? a, as well ? pass their ver? dict on the national assembly pniject The .. ??nihably will con? tinue a wi-ek, p.-rhaps longer, but th? emperor wishes to roach a conclusion before the birthday oi the l'rami I'uk?? Alexis Xlkolaicvit? h. heir toth?? thron??, August 12, and a manifesto generally Is expected on that day. The promul? gation of an acceptable reform proj???-t would make the acceptance of the de? cision of the pea? ?? ?onferen for or .? pance, mu? b easier. Czar Becoming Warlike. Iion.lon .spatch to the Times from SL Petersburg says that another Imperial telegram even more warlike than th?? ??????>?t?? a reply to the Orenburg clergy appears in the Oficial Messenger. The emperor, re? plying to an address from Khaba? rovsk, heartily approves the recom? mendation t?? ?ontinue the war until the enemy is crushed, and above all not to think ??f the cession of territory or the payment of an indemnity. HARD FIGHTING ON SAKHALIN Japanese Forces Killed Over 200 and Captured 500 Russians. Tokio. July 31.?The following dis? patch has been received from the Jap anea?? arm*? headquarters: "Our independent ?-avalry which en? tered Rykoff (on Sakhalin Island, 4.? Babee north??aat of Port Due) July 27 withdrew on rinding order in th? unfavorable to its occupation Our army, intending to crush the enemy's forces bet?re they retreated from the eminences west of Rykoff, commenced to advance at S a. m. of July 28. The van. together with an independent body of cavalry, advance*? by forced march, attacking and dislodging the enemy holding the northern extremity of Rykoff and rushed into the town. ?Confused str??? t fighting ensued, but the town waa ? ? taken at 8.30 < <- in the morning. "On July L'S a detachment whhh was sent .nth in pursuit of the en emv : ,,? the enemy's infantry, some > strong, at a point six miles south ?t Rykoff and killed over 200 and cap? tured 500. "The enemy's loas in I ia un? der Investigai. MITCHELL AT NANTICOKE Miners' President Greeted By Thou* send? and Work Suspended. kesbarre, Pa.. Aug. 2. ? John Mitchell, president of the United Mine Corkers, and the district officers vlj Ited the mining town of Nsntlcoke and ! were greete?! by thousands of mine } workers sn.' others. All w?>rk snd huair loani an 1 th?? ?lav aas ? .?,? nera! hol'da*? A monster parad- ;laee. after which Mr. ; Mlt.-hell. IHaj rlct Preel-Lr.? KleboUs I ?then? niaila ?paorhri. creat'.ng great en! amor a; th ? ? workers. In the evenlug Mr Mi? ami party ??-re tender??.1 a banquet by the citisene. All effort?, ai made to I the m ?* m ber ?hip or the Hatted Workers h Fiom present in? dications ? no etrik spring of the anthra. it?? mini San Jose Scat? in Virginia. Norfolk. Vs.. Aug. 1 Th<- San Josp swale has Invaded this section for the first time, and fruit tre??e ere enger?an. Pear h and plum tre-es particularly are affected, and in som?? Instance? the fruit oa theae tre??* le not failing off, but the tress themselves ar* dying CHARGED WITH FRAUD DI ree tare of I. O. O? F. Insurance ?ta> ciery Accused of Wrecking IL Philadelphia. Auk "? A. ordlng to s bill filed la the common pleas court bere, five directors of the Odd Fellows Mutual Life Inaurati e Society of Pann? ivi vania?C. F. Blnkley. William Bris I S. Campbeli. H. C Megrew and li. BI?*xisoe?are charged by Henry T. Walton, the receiver, with wrecking tiiat ?oncern. H?- a? linen them of frau Sulently transferring ???.??? from the treasury to the Mutual Life Insurance Company of Pannavivania. snd of Ille? gally ciillertlna ? In premiums on Odd Fellowe' poiici.i In consilience of this, the r??celver says, the ? <?n< urn failed last March. In the suit brought he asks the court to compel the five directors and 10 others to make good the IllO.tXK) allege?! to have been frau? dulently taken. The others are K. I. a* ' lin 1! Al? len. Abner ? ?? ? hon. Berton l?. Babe, ? al rath. L. M. Martin snd T. C. Rafferty. The re reiver asks for a ?orni ting by the directors. The Odd rafgBB?' Mutual Life Insur? ance Society of i'ennsylvanla limited its business to members of the order. Th* way It was wracbadL 'lie riH-elvev saya, was by th?* organization of sn otthc ial I .If?? Inaur? ano Oonaejnn*r of Pennsylvania, which asenmed most of the business. Tba htntaa anaany, he de c la res In his bili, was a limited part n, which **a? not BBtbortBad to carry on the life insurance business, and auch M??? Ineurance ss it did wae and no return? of sny kind were made tier of In? surance. a.> p | ?aw. LIGHTNING KILLS SIX Struck Crowd Who Sought Shelter From Storm Lntier a Bath House. I York. Ji II I>urln< a thun? der si Ity which passed ovet ?< rsona ulna su.i instantly killed and nine rl.nialy injured ?-land. At the anme U mnn wa? kin??d and three s it Gravea end Hea ? multi? and ? the westward tha I'arkway beach waa thronK?'d with bathers and apecta'.ira. ? ? in torrents, and humire?!s of tuen, w.iirnu and chi aoiiKbt shelter Bader the hi?*; bath hoase, whi? h is ala rated shore the santi on piles. The lightning was in? cessant and temile thunder ?laps shook the hath bous??, to the t??if rowd huddled together beneath it A bolt IttTBCk the flagstaff and gi | thickest of the crowd, rsons were prostrated, and the rant, acreannng with terror. ruehed out Into the storm GENERAL MILLER TO BE MARRIED Will Wed Mrs. A. D. Bulen, of New York, In Paria. nklln. Pa.. Aug 2? Major Gen crai ? M this city, will be married in Parla this week to Mrs. A. T> Balea of Nan Ynrk dtp. Thla annoimi ?-tuent was made authorita? tively here by friends of the Miller fami! Charles Wagner, author of "The Simple LU is a per? sonal friend of the general, will per? form the ceremony. In company with hie son, French, who finished a law I at Yale this year, and Metta. hie younger daughter. General M Balled from New York last Wednes? day. Mrs i'ulen sailed on a different vessel, also about the same time. Mra. Bulen ia a woman of 40 years, and ia highly accomplished. She formerly re sided In this city. For several years past she has been living In New York where she alnga in one of tha largest churches. CALL FOR SUPREME COUNCIL Royal Arcanum Jurisdiction? Make Necessary Demand. Rome. N Y.f Aug. 1.?Supreme Re? gent Howard C. Wiggins, of Rome. announced that he had received a re? quest from the conatitutloaal number of supreme representatives requiring him to ?ail a special session of the supreme orniceli ef the Royal Arca? num. The constitution requires that to call a special session a majority of all . the representatives of seven or more [ arand jurisdictions must unite and re? quest the supreme regent in writing to that effect It is then the mandatory duty of the supreme regent to act ac? cordingly. There are 77 repreaenta tlvea, and requests have been received j from 3d, coming from 10 grand Juris? dictions, including Pennsylvania. 7; i Ohlfi, 3; Indiana. 2; Georgia. 2, North Carolina, 1; New Jersey. 1; Iowa. 1. ' The time and place of holding such special session will be announced as * soon as suitable arrangements can ba made therefor. (Fell From 40-Foot Bridge. Harrihburg. Pa.. Auk 2 Falling j from a 40-foot bridge over the Pennsyl ! van!a railroad's classification yard? at Enoln. Joha Myers, of West Fairvlew. aged 10 years, was save?] from being id ro d*?ith ?tnder an approa locomotive b?? prompt action on th?' part ? -'matea, who drajrgc Myers, however, was Internally lujured by bis fall and may not recover Telegraphers Locked Out. St. Paul. Minn Aug. 1. ? General Manager Horn, of tb? N'??rthern Pa clflc railway. Rent an order to all tele? graph operat?"- . the sys tem from St Paul to the Pacific coast that they could accept the terms of ment of the wage question ?f? tere?! bv the com nan y or they leavt ?.??;-e. Juet h >w tnnnv men hare refuse.j to accept the company's terms is not ye*t known. ANOTHER SUIT AGAINST EQUITABLE 21 New Casaa and Five Mora Deathe ia New Orleans. QUARANTINES ARE 8EVERI ? York, Aug. 1.?An action was instituted hy State Attorney General lattea M Mayer in the supreme court ray. in tbe name of the of the state of New Y?>rk. against the Equitable Life Assurance Society, its omcerb. dlre?tors and m "inhere of the executive and finance rommitteea. all of which are named In th? a ut. Among the defend? ants atre The K?juitahle Life Assur? ti? of the United Statea and James ~ W. Alexau ? f M Depew. Corn?-Hus N. Bltaa, Br.. Ives. Me; ItiRRlls. James H. Alexander J. Cassatt. Jaed St.hltT. James J. Hill. ? JefT? ge. Alfred Q. Yen '.? rbllt. John Jacob farvta Hughitt. Ji>se F. De Navarro, Kdward H. Harriman. I>evi P. Morton. August ua O. Milla. Robert T. Lincoln. ('.? orga J Qoald, loan Sloau?*. Wilson and Hem y C. Krlck. ?omplaint contains 21 sei? end covers 33 pages of typewritten matt? r r?'fers bo the Prick < rejH?rt and the Investigation ma ? Stat?* Su?ierintendent of Inaurane? Hendrtcks, ia base?! on information and belief, and ? in hia prayer to I I says that th?* a? tion was brought on behalf of th?? r**?ople of tbe stato of Nnw York. In the public interests aud j?or suant lo tl ?of law That the d?fendante, each of thsaa ? in th?? defsfl Assurai th?* I unt for thoir offlvial conduci it. and >'. m of the fund? and prop? erty ? harge. That tb< iantx. eaieUed t' th? defendant table i.s au rar. I'nited ? any money an?! the value of any , have or tram"? Thst ?; ! end that ? al. ? rbnt tl ant so ting a au ? ani?n: -r all outatsn . ami ObfrtgaUona, be? paid to. or credited to. or ap: ? tit of. th? Bt poli<> holders in esultatile pro? portions. Il ime with th?? nd with law. That the plaintiff have such other ?>r further relief aa msy be Just, ???qiiltable ami profitable." The complaint also ?harsee: the d??fendant.s wr. Aiised th?? defendant society and a numi, other societies and ?orporati?.:. fe tl vna a large sto? k hoi ?1er. and in which aoaae of said individual d?fendent* were s1m> and sto?-khold?*rs. to psy large sums of money to themselves, or some of their number, snd to other persons, under the srui*?? of salarle?? and f?*ea for sttenilinK '<> their duties as officers snd ?lire? tors and members of ?oramlt tees of the d?fendent society, and of, ?I other societies snd ?orpora tlons." ? ?-cial mention is made of the re? ceipt by Mr. Hyde of salaries aggre? gating $27.???. annually from the Equit? able. Mereantile and Commercial Trust companie?, in all of which the Equita? ble Life ia largely interested " Ali?nation is also made of the pay? ment of "Illegal and ?-?xceaslve pen? sions to various persons." and of the payment of "excessive, Improper and unwarranted sums to various attorneys and counsellors at law. tbe aggregate amount of whb-h fsr exceeded and was entirely disproportionste to the) ?s>r vlces rendered " AUTO RECORD LOWERED Welter ChHstie Mskts a Kilometer In 25 Seconds Flat. Cspe May. N. J., July 31.?Being o? oiaJly timed by Sam Butler, secretary of the Automobile Club of America, Walter Christie In his 120-horse power automobile reduced the American kilo? meter r?*? ord by making tbe time in li seconds 1st He made several at? tempts but could not reduce hia own time further, bis beat later lime being SS 1-5 seconda. He will try again for the worm's kilometer and mile rec? ords on August IS. 4 WEEK'S If EWS CO? DEH 931a? Thursday, ?July 17. Three hoys were killed sad several injured by the ceilapse of a tern-story building ia Chicago. Robert Robita. 11 month? old, over? turned a dtshpan of hot water at hia home In Philadelphia and was scalded to death. The United States mint la Philadel? phia will coin for the Panama govern? ment 1,000.000 silver pesos, equivalent ia value to ar American dollar. For the first time la the history of the country, in the past flscal year mors than 1,000.000 immigrante entered the United States within the 13raoaths. Friday, July 2?. Ptomaine poisoning baa caused, thj? death of Charles A. Burr, of New York, bead of ? ? ne?r ?fe Co.. straw . Cbar'es H. 8av*ige. former president r.f v*?r ?-ornpany, commit! d suicide by shooting at Mid dletown. t'onn. Mrs. Mirgaret Weems Jon?*a. 97 years o'ul. a da?irht?>r of Cantala NVeems. founder of the Weetus steamship line, died at Baltimore. ?r hair and ?dothing ablaze from Ignited naptha, Mr*. George F. ier life by jumping Into ? a bath tab at tha Norma apartment bouse. New York. Saturday, July 29. iw will address the Vir? ginia Republican state ? at Boaaok? on \ Five ral!roa? uago will '.ition to coat from | 1 Harrv Blnson acci? dentally ?hot hi.- mother with a blank cartridge at their bCBK tfl Briooklyn. Bishop Cons' has receive?' f: lea man for ai ters of t naptha launch rammed by a steamer and ra ? 1,. Dun lap. i?f ?? ??? at the and ran the boat to its pier at Bath Monday. July 31. John ? Munti, of Philadelphia, was drown???! while bathing at At. Falling ' award on a rusty nail, ? Btefia a 1 two later at (?aurei Hill. Lehlgh ?oun ? <'('ion?'i ny. .' Bryaa win s-h>ii start on a ta ? of the wo Bryaa in Japan, for which piece she has : on a new ? : hat will laaara for ail tini?* ;in un - i rheir the family ol ? inty. Pa., saw a rat jump In to the si hi Iti hav? ing b??en painf and about Tuesday, Aujust 1. Philadelphia, while playlag In the street, was run over and killed by a csr. John f ' Pompton ? J . rly a n.? Seably, thai ai HomilBll of valvular disease of the h??art ' H.nry. wh?> was private s*?? Pres? ident Gan.r \ HoBBTt, ? > m unite?! tt, Ariz .ewers and their em ?? mu? tual ? >ns, the engineers, fire? men :?: re aa in? rea se in pay ? Wednesday. August 2. ?. M - believed to lia M man in the north?? Iden Wie. Newtou Gara ' Jacob Kelly while bathing n?*ai folk, Va., in the Nana?-: >?r. ?Sa? la a man. Abraham Leaktn. a New York tailor. Is .-?tun? for the annulment of hi?? marriage. Charl??* Phil? ' m phis, has beeu appointed physical director ..ijih l n?vernlty. Bethlehem. Pa. By tti> r? pollini or a smsll skiff on Snasi. m, Minn.. Editi Everett Tichenor and Mrs. J. ? ? were dr.??? ???.1 PRODUCE QUOTATIONS The Latest Closing Pnces In the Principal Marketa. igJLPHIA FLOUR atesdy; i.nsyl vsnia roll g - mills. Ian? \ j RYE FLOUR finn; per barrel. $4 10 WHEAT st unsylvania r.-.l. u w, ?o? a?, HAY ?ri-c bales ? PORK .nuil}. 117 ti m. R. i.iv.? ed tlnn. o?d r?x>at - ? dozen.. I ? bush. $1. BALTIMORE V ???. ?. . le CORN ?j n t. spot. southern. ? ' ??' '? ?< . ? 84V?*?-. BUTTE arator, extras, l'I if -ll>j< . I Si ... : . Marylam Peniaayl vsnia I??. ESGOS firm, fan'> Maryland. Pennsylvania and Virginia West Virginia. 17c; southern, 1?.'?. Live Stock Markets. PITTSBURG ? Union Sto. k Yard?) ? CATTLE steady: choice, 85.356 prime. 8S-15 g> 5.30 HOGS active; (rime heavy. |i.06 0 5-10: m??dium. 6.3*?; heaw Yorkere, fS.SO f ?i 36; light Yorkers. $H 35(3tj 40; pigs. |?. M f ?.10; roughs. 34 ?6 15 SHEEP higher: prime wethers t common. $2$ 3; apri ? a; lambs $4 50?" ? 50; veal calvea. 3T.5'?4f8. glEGLER WILL CASE ggTTLED Widow Oets 82.900,000 snd Remainder Goes te Adopted Son. New York. Aug. t? By a payment of 32.600,000 to the widow of the late Wilitsm Ziegler. the Ziegler will oon teet has been settled. Justice Glegrich 1b the supreme court signed an order authorizing Justice Gaynor, executor of the estate, to pay 8. Matilda Ziegler 31.2u0,oao in ?ash and 5000 shares of Royal baking Powder company stock valued at 31.300.0OO. William Ziegler. tbe 14-year old adopted son of the tes? tator, consented to this settlement, whicn la a release of all Mrs. Ziegler's -dower rights and other claims against the estate of William Ziegler. The will, the validity Of which this suit ?vas a te*t, left to Mrs. Ziegler the use of the city and country houses of her hnahand and an income of 350,000 ? year. Th?? remainder of the estate wss to the adopted son. Mr Ziegler left real estate vslued st 34.000.000 snd personal property estimated at 314.000, 000 in New York state, and also about 1800,000 in the states of New Jersey and Connecticut. Under the cont*-eted will the value of the estate left to the adopted son amounted to about 818. d?o.'Vio. _. . . MAY DROP PUBLIC PRINTER Commission Reporta In Pavor of Pal? mer's Removal From Office. Washington I ."inter Palaeer will retire 'rom the par am Ice as a r?*sult of the 1-an j-ton I ?'*. machine scandal. If latlons of the Ke*p in? vestigation ? omniis-don are approved it Only 12 <?f the.'i? machines will be Bare basad by the government: the contra? t for 72 machines will be can? Th*? inve*,.igation developed that there bl no us?? for so many ma? chines of this type, and that a inciy the pur? ha<?* of the number for which contracts were made would be waste of public money. The reasons for th?? rerommonda? ?hat Mr. Palmer h.* r??moved ia that he accepted hospitalities at the hands of officials of the Lan^ton com? ?ig to ?ell ? th?? governm-nt; that he Is (gaznan! of the d f the office andar bla eoatrot, and that he has a '. extravagant disburse?* Meat of funds. WILL REORGANIZE BUREAU Secretary Wilson to Place Crop Re? ports On High Standard. Bay, ?. y . An? L? I tary *? rh? ?rough? ly the crop statistics bureau of the departm?*nt of agriculture, ; to information here. Alreay he Is se Ing iracter, standing Bdacatloa t" coadact the work ?>f in whom the farmi and gl ntrv will bai itnpii? it confidence nni ano will piace the rafKWla ? a stand? ard af 61 BOI r heretofore a? hi-'ved On? mr.n lie has found, al ?sis time wish to pu ither thr?*e he h??p?'?! to s ? a nhort time. Two of them ?p? aonthera men ar.d Iwith will ba BBperta In cotton and a\ in bn one of th?* Ideas which son ? FORESTERS ELECT OFFICERS Dr. Oronhyateka Chosen Chief Rang?e at Salary of $16.000 a Year. Atl.i N C Aug . Supreme Court. Independent Order of Foresters Toronto Ont., as the next place of roe? ting four yeara hence The salary of supreme chief ranger was bntinaaai to ?1G..?0? per year and th?? treasurer to 16000. Th** following officers were Seetahea1 Supreme chief ranger. Dr. Oronhya? teka. Toronto; past supreme r Judge \V??d-*rburn. New Brunswi-k. Ms! ranger I ark. Ohio: supreme s?r>*cr**>4ary. J'ihn QhHeaay, Toronto; su? preme treasut Ulna, Tor aupreme physician. Or Thomas Mill man. T?*ronto: suprem.? ?ouncillor, Rliiott C, Stevenson Michigan. SICKLE KILLS A YOUNG MAN Plies Into Hie Throat Prom Emery Wheel While Being Sharpened. Hsgeratown. Md.. July 11 \Vhi!? sharpening a grasa ? an emery wheel at the Crawford Automo s8, John Shirley, ag- : was almost instantly killed by the blade coming loos?? from the handle and striking him In the neck. Th-* point . ntcred his throat, severing the right Jugular vein The flow of blood < hoked Shirley to ?leath within two miaute?, balnea medical aid could be brought to him. O D. Shirley, a brother of the youn< man. waa at the factory at the time and saw his brother die Shirley waa a native of Virginia, and a crack shot of the Kirs' M:i.r> land roajlBlOIll US his hroth??r and two aistera in th?* anhnrha of the ? JERSEY POPULATION GROWS Lang Branch, Millvillt, New Brunswick and Newark Show Increaana. Tren? ? f., Aug. 1. - Census bul? letin No. ?, issued from the office of the secretary of atate, shows New Brunswi? k aa having 23.1.12 population, an increase of 3127; lx>ng Branch has 12.183. an increase of .1311 Mill ville has 11.884. an in? reaae of 1301. Secretary of State Dickina received from James P. Hall, aupervleo. of ?en eus of the rlty of Newark, ihe otti? lai returna of the census of that city. The official figures are 283.289. a gain of 37. 219 over the census of ltOO. Seized By a Shark snd Drowned. Beaufort. N.C.. July II.?While wad? ing waiat deep In the sea. Stilton Da? vis 1? years of age. was seized by a shark snd drowned in full view ef a large crowd of bathers Pell 175 Feet and Lives. Springfield. Mass . Ang 2.?John W. Johnson fell 175 feet from a mast of a wireless telegraphy plant and is es? pertad to live. He was foreman of the Sang which has been erecting tbe plant, and went up the meat to make repairs, refusing to allow any of his men to take the risk. A break in the rigging caused the fall. Johnson lead lag on his bands and knees In the soft ssnd. His right leg is broken in three placea, and there are injuries about the back. Claims She "Hoodooed" His Wife. Richmond. Vs.. Aug 2?Lizzie Jack? son, an Irish women, was brutally beaten to death at Mount Laurel, Hall fax county, by Barley Moseley.'a ae gro. who claimed tkat the Irish woman had "hoodooed'' his wife Moseiey made hla ?scape and disappeared. Secretary Root Goes to Labrador. Utica. N. Y.. July 3L?Secretary of State Root and Colonel William Cary Sanger, former assistant aecretary of war. accompanied by Mr. Root's sona, Elihu, Jr., and Edward, left Ctica for Montreal. Thence they go to St. Johns. N. F., and frori there will sail for Labrador. Tbey expect to be ab? sent a month. Longstreet's Widow Hurt. Galneevllle. Oa, Auk. ! Mra. Ida Longatreet. widow of the Confederate ral, was thrown from her horse while out riding Her foot hung in the Btirrup and the waa dragged for some distance before the animal could be stopped. Mrs. I^ongatreet's right arm was broken and her body waa aleo badly bruised.