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i if ( if' Ti i Interlined "Celluloid"Collnrs and Cuffs turn water like a duck's back and bhow neither spot uur soil. They arc not effected by perspiration, and always look as if right out of the box. When they get soiled you can cleau theni in a minute by simply wiping off with a wet cloth. These arc but a few of the udvautages of wenringthc "Celluloid" Collars anil Cuffs. There are ninny others that you will readily discover the first time yon wear one. They arc the only waterproof inter 1 incd collars aud cuffs made. Be sure to get the genuine with this trade mark, TT aw TRADf llulg!D MARK- stamped inside, if you desire perfect satisfaction. Made in nil sites and till styles. If you enn't get them at the. dculcrs, v.e'will fend sample postp.iid, on receipt of price : Collurs, ?5 cents each. Cuffs, 50 cents puir. Stale size, nnd whether you wuut u stand-up or turned-down collar. THE CELLULOID COMPANY, 427-0 Broadway, WKW YOU K. L I I I I II IIIH llltl!'1 11 1 '"''I IIHIII makes the home circle complete. This front jeinpi'riinee lrliilc gives pleas ure and health to every mttnilxtr of toe family'. A ibo. package make 6 (at loos. Be sure aud get the genuine, Bold everywhere Mad only by The Chas. E Hires Co Pnilada. Your Watch Insured Free. A perfect insurance against theft or accident it the now famous BOW, the ontv bow (ring) which cannot be pulled or wrenched from the esse. Con only be !iaJ ou caw containingthii trade mark. f -ana ar Keystone Watch Case Company, 0 Philadelphia. the olje-.:, Lrcst, and most complete Watch Gtse factory iu the world 1500 employees; -ooo Watch Cases daily. One of its products is the celebrated Jas. Boss Filled Watch Cases which are just si good as solid cases, and cost about one half less. Sold ty all jewelers, without extra charge fbr Nun pull-out bow. The manufacturers will send you a watch case opener free. CURES ALL 5K1N AND BLOOD DI5EA5E5. i'htslclaiis endorse P. f. V. as splendid ewril.lnatlon, and prescribe It with irreat rsractlon for the cures of all forms and etaant of Primary, Secondary aud Tertiary r'piiills,njrpblllUo UlHniuiallsru, Scrofulous irtqrrs and Sore, Ulandular Swelling, KluSii etum, Malaria, Old t'hronlo Ulcers thflt ava misted all treatment. Catarrh, htgi DUeaaea. Kosotna. Chronlo S eniaie t'$plalnts, Mercurial l"0Uon, Tetter. Beam lKttd.ete.,ato. i-.r r. a powerrui tonic, and as exosnvnt tiler, building up the system raplOK idles whose arstataa ara nolannad a'.i wnnes blood Is In an Impure condition, flu. BKtnenstrual Irresularttlee, ara peculiar'' tenytlted by the wonderful lontoand bloa i-nlne- properties of P. P. P.. Prickly AS Pto Koot and Potassium. JJPPMAH BH03., Proprietor., Iff CP ID $h u e I P.P.P. iS,l AN ASSASSIN'S KNIFE Ends the Lifo of the Proeldent of the Frenoh Republlo. Cesare Giovanni Santo, an Italian Anarchist, Perpetrates the Foul Deed, While President Car not is Seated in His Carriage. The Assassination Occurs at Lyons Death Ensues In Short Time The Mis creant Promptly Arrested mil Ilarelv Esoapes the Fury of tbc Populace. Paius, June 25. Sadi Carnot, presi dent of the republic, was fatally stabbed at 0:13 o'clock last evening in Lyons, by Cesare Suuto, an Italian an archist, SI years old. President Carnot went to Lyons to visit the exhibition of arts, sciences and Industries. Ho left the chuiubur of commerce banquet, given in his honor, shortly after U o'clock und walked to his carriage which was waiting In the Place de la llourse. He had hardly taken his seat when Santo, a newspaper in hand, pressed through the crowd and sprang upon the carriage step. lYesklont Carnot started slightly. Santo snatched a dagger from the newspaper and plunged It into Ihe president's abdo men, near the liver. The president sank back uncoupcious. He was taken at once to the prefecture and the most skillful surgeons in the city were sum moned. Mean time Santo waa arrested. The news quickly spread to every part of the city. Infuriated crowds tiHeU tht! street, llefore 10 o'clock an Iluliuu restaurant hud been saekedand the police were obliged to strain every nerve to pro'ect the Italian consulate. PKKSIDE.NT C A KNOT. President Carnot arrived in Lyons on Saturday and Intended to remain there over to-morrow. He wns accompanied by Gen. llorlus, chief of his military I household, most of his other household I officials, Premier Dupny and other i members of the cabinet. He was re ceived enthusiastically at the station by the mayor and the district ofilcials, who in twenty-seven landaus drawn by horses draped with tho trl-color, es corted fclm and his party to the Hotel De Villi. On Sunday the president and his party paid a state visit to the exhibition in the Pare de la Tete d'Or. Afterward the president held a reception at the prefecture. He had planned to go to the grand theater Sunday evening, af ter the banquet at the chamlier of com merce. This demonstration of enthusiasm by the crowd caused the confusion which gave Santo his opportunity, as ho was able to push his way forwurd quite un noticed until at the stepof the carriage. As Santo sprang away from the car riage step and tried to escape he was seized and surrounded. Hut for the prompt interference of the police he would huvo been torn and trampled to death on the spot. As soon as the po lice extricated him from the hands of bin captors, they hurried him off to the station house. When Santo was within a few feet of theurrluge he waved a paper as if in tending to present a petition and thus threw off their guard persons nearest to the president He was seized just as he was about to jump from the step. The carriage containing the president was immediately driven to the pre fecture. A careful examination was nude of the wound and the doctors de clared thut the condition of M. Carnot was hopeless. lie had frequent hem orrhages and sunk gradually but stead ily until 12:4.1 o'clock this morning, when he diod. Tho president remained conscious to tho last. lie realized that his life was rapidly ebbing, and twice he said "Je men vais." Dr. Poncct leaned over the bed on which the presi dent was lying and said to him: "Your friends are here, Monsieur le Presi dent." M. Carnot replied: "I am grate ful for their presence," and in less than a minute he gasped for breath, there was a convulsive shuddering of his bodj, and the president of France was The assassin la an Italian named Cesare Giovanni Santo. Santo, who sneaks French badly, when questioned by Prefect Leplno at the police station, Rue Moliere, said he had lived at Cette, ' department of Uerault, for the past six months and had only come to Lyons to day, lie gave his age as thirty-two years. Ilia replies were given coolly, but without any signs of bravado. He refused, however, to answer any of the ' many questions regarding his motive for stabbing the president, declaring that on this subject lie would speak only before a tribunal. Miners Decide to Resume Work. McKkksport, Pa., June 25. The maas meeting of miners at Curry's Hollow Saturday afternoon, was attended by about 1,200 men from the second, third , and fourth pools of the Monongahela and tho miners of the Youghioghcny ! valley. About thirty-five mines were ' represented. The meeting was for the . purpose of deciding what stand should ! be taken on the refusal of a number of , oH'rulors to sign the sixty-nine oent ' Columbus scale, althcnh they were billing to pay that prlet. It v.'uu Anal ly decided to go to wnrk Monday . morning, expecting to have wrrk for a ' Ijuj; time. FINALLY SETTLED. Oblo Miners In Convention at Columbus Decide to Resume Work Action of Presi dent Adams Commended and the Na tional O (11 cert Condemned Reports from Indiana and Illinois. Columbus, June 91. The state coal miners' convention In executive session yesterday, adopted a resolution by a two-thirds affirmative vote, condemn ing the national officers for signing a compromise with conditions, alleging that such authority was not delegated to the national officers by the Cleveland convention. State President Adams was , commended for not signing the Colum bus agreement. The convention in the afternoon voted down a resolution to continue the strike and adopted one accepting the strike settlement and ordering a re sumption of work at once. The action was taken in executive session, but it is known that it was not unanimous. IxniAMAroi.ls, June 21. The Farns worth miners started to work Wednes day and the Shelburn miners will re sume work as soon as the receivership of the Shelburn Coal Coal Company is settled, as all differences have been settled. Alum Cave miners, who werp the fiercest of the strikers, concluded yesterday to go to work. The company at Starr City served notice to the men in company houses to vacate or go to work, and the latter alternative was chosen. St. Louis, June 21 The slowness of the southern Illinois miners in return ing to their work is causing apprehen sion in St. Louis, and is likely to pro duce an advance in the price of the for eign coal now on hand. Cool Is very scarce in the city and manufacturers complain bitterly of the price they still have to pay. The Consolidated and Madison companies are willing to pay the old rates, but as their men only struck out of sympathy for others and with no grievances of their own, the companies consider the high schedule suggested to be beyond reason. 1 Statxton, 111., Juno 21. Mount Olive, which has for two days been the scene of intense excitement during the stay of the militia, is quieting down and three mines are still idle. Work 1 , being pushed to its fullest capacity, in ' the two collieries of the Consolidated Coal Company, at Staunton, and so far , there has been no trouble, I 1'ana, 111., June 21. The strike is practically olt here. Camp Pope is de- ' serted. The four mines are running . with good forces, but no Pole or Hun garian will be given work. They gath- ' ered in a body near the Springsldo mine Tuesday night, but made no out ward demonstration. Trouble is now feared from this element. RELIEF EXPEDITION Starts for Lieut. Peary's Headquarters In Northern Greenland. Xkw York, June 21. The Peary re lief expedition under the leadership of Henry C. liryant, of Philadelphia, left New York yesterday on the steamer Portia of the Red Cross line for St Johns, where they expect to arsive about June 23. When they reach St Johns they will embark on the steam whaler Falcon, and will sail iorth (ireenlnnd the first week In July. The first stop the Falcon will make will be atGodhaven on Disko island, North Greenland. Continuing north they will cross Melville Hay and a short stop will be made at Cape York. The Falcon and party will then proceed to Peary's headquarters at Itowdoin bay in the Inglcflcld Gulf In north latitude 77.43, which will be reached, weather permitting, about July 3.'i. Lieut Peary and his party will not have returned to Itowdoin Pay from their trip north until the latter part of August After delivering messages and mail at Peary's headquarters and acquainting the Peary people of the presence of tho Falcon, an attempt will be made to reach Ellsmere Land and if possible find some trace of the Ill fated SwedUh natural is b,, IJjorlingnnd Kallstenius, and other companions, where the vessel The "Ripple" was wrecked In 18W. By Septeintier 1 the Falcon will return to Itowdoin Hay and taking on board the Peary party, will sail for the I'nlted States, expecting to reach here in the early part of October. A TERRIBLE GALE. Loea of Life and Oroat Damnge to Iriiierty at Omaha, Nrl. Omaha, Nob., June 21. Omnha was struck by a tremendous twister at 7 o'clock last hight. The wind came from the northwest and In an incredible short time it had done Its work. Houses were unroofed, trees root m1 out and street cars fairly left the track. A sidewalk for three blocks was lifted bodily and planted into the middle of the street Dennis O'Brien, who was rowing at Cut-off lake was capsized and drowned. : William Von Weg was hit and badly cut about the head by a falling sky light Fred Krecke, a messenger boy, was rendered unconscious by being struck by flying timber. It is feared that he is Internally injured. Marcus A. Post motorman, was on the top of his car and was blown off. He fell on a: wire fence and It is feared Is internally Injured. ! Coke Strike CoUapslaf . I Pittsburg, June Jl. Reports by tele- ' graph from all parts of the coke region ' indicate that the great strike for an ad- I vance in wages inaugurated about three months ago and involving nearly 30,000 men, is on the verge of collapsing. I One-half of the ovens of the region will be in blast by next week. This will be-almost as many as were producing coke when the strike began. Ircw, Miners all Out laoxwoon, - Mich., June 31. At o'clock yesterday morning 800 of the striking mine employes met and formed, into line with the American Hug at their head and marched out of the city to the mines. The Norrle was the first mine visited and the few men at work there were forced to quit work. The column then visited Use East Norrie, Aurora, Palwt and Newport mines in turn, forcing all men at work to quit, and not a pick Is la use at any of tho mines, The men then disbanded, An effort will ho made by the strikers here to stop work at the Colby mine in lies seiner, and serious trouble Is fenred. A BOYCOTT Will Be Declared Against Pullman Sleeping and Dining Cars By the American Railway Union Unless the Pullman Company Kffectt a Settle ment With Its Striking Em ployes Striken Threatened With Starvation. Chicago, June 23. Unless the Pull man company effects a settlement with its striking employes on or before fl o'clock Monday evening next, a general boycott ogaiust sleeping and dining cars will be declared at noon of the fol lowing day by the American Railway union. This was the decision reached by the national conference of the order at the executive session yesterday af ternoon. When the- delegates assem bled In the morning the question was made a special order and It was consid ered with closed doors. Representa tives of the strikers made an appeal for immediate action and after consid erable debate a committee consisting of C. A. Timlin, of Roodhouse, 111.; Ceorgo Lovejoy, of Terre Haute, Ind., nnd C. Pallons, of Pullman, was ap pointed to wait at once npou tho ex ecutive officials of the Pullman com pany und request an immediate adjust ment of the questions in dispute. The committee proceeded to the gen eral offices of the Pullman company and was ushered into the presence of Vice President Wickes. The chairman of the delegation expressed a desire to meet George M. Pullman, who had ar rived In Chicago early In the morning after an absence 111 New York of several weeks, but the reply was returned that the vice president was prepared to lis ten to the delegation. Chairman Tim lin then stated that the Americau Rail way union desired to make a formal. but respectful request for a settlement 1 ol the existing troubles at Pullman, cither by arbitration or by any other method that might suggest itself to the company and which would be accepta ble to all parties concerned. Mr. Wickes responded that tho company had al ready time nnd again outlined Its posi tion and added that It would not re ceive or treat with any committee claiming to represent the American Railway union. Thereupon Chuinnun Timlin in an emphatic manner indicated to the vice president that unless his decision was reconsidered before midnight of Mon day, a !xycott on the plant und opera tion of the Pullman company would be declared by the union to take effect at noon Tuesday. Having delivered this ultimatum the committee turned on its heels and left the room. When tho convention reassembled at 2:S0. it was decided to continue the executive ses sion. The committee on treaty with the Pullman oQlcials presented its re port Heated speeches were made by a number of the delegates, and finally a resolution was adopted ducluring that unless the Pullman company mude man ifest before midnight Monday its will ingness to treat with the strikers a boycott against all of its sleeping and dining cars operated on lines repre sented In the union should go Into ef fect on Tuesday noon. When the final motion was put the delegates rose to their feet en masso and cheered for several momenta. A written copy of the resolution was transmitted to the Pullman headquar ters last night "The resolution means precisely what it says," explained President Debs to a representative of the United Press im mediately after its adoption. "If the boycott goes into effect not a car in spector belonging to the union will in spect a car; not a switchman will switch a Pullman car; not a trainman will handle a train to which a Pullman car is attached. The switchmen will nat urally be In the front of the fight and if a single one of them is discharged for refusing to handle a Pullman car, it will be the signal for the calling out of every member of our union on the line concerned." CiiicAfio, June 2:1. George M. Pull man returned to Chicago Thursday and it is said will stay here at least two or three weeks. Vice l"resident Wickes, of the Pullman Company, said to-day that the return of Mr. Pullraan did not mean either that a council of war Is soon to 1 held, or that the com pany is preparing to smoke the pipe of peace. Ofilcials of the company declared that they would hoar to no propositions for arbitration from the American Railway union. They feel little concern over the threat that If these overtures are not accepted within five days the American Railway union will order a boycott on Pullman cars and tie up the railroads of the country. It is said that destitution and starva tion threaten the Pullman strikers. The strike has lasted so long that many of the sources whence contributions of food and money have been coming are now beginning to dry up. About 9,000 of ths 13,000 inhabitants of Pullman are now being fed by the relief committee. When the strike began a few heavy contributions, chiefly flour, were made for the strikers. . These gifts long sines have been exhausted. Scarcely any 100a is riven me reuei committee now. A member of the relief committee Mid yesterday: "We have only money onough on hand to buy food to last two days. But when that Is gone I suppose we will get enough more contributions to keep our heads above water." Miners Induced to Quit. Elk Qabdes, W. Va., June 29. Five hundred of Georges Creek miners as sembled hers yesterday and Induced all men at work to quit Sheriff Dixon swore in twenty-five more deputies. He has now seventy-five men in his command, and considers himself able to prevent disorder without the aid of mlHtfs. Uot. MacCorkle notified him that he would furnish troops on short ' notice should he deem it necessary. Se- srot meetings were In sesslea all skay. The situation is critical. . The miners, though somewhat desnomeirativa, ftffs aot yet resorted to violence. , Tollman Must Arbitrate, . Chicago, June S3. Unless the Pull man Palace Car Company consents within five days to arbitrate its differ ences with its employes now on strike at Pullman, a boycott will be declared by the American Railway union ol every Pullman car running on railroads where the union has an organization. This assertion was made lost night by President Debs and vice President Howard, of the union. This action was decided on at a late session of the offi cers who have the matter of procedure entrusted to them. Rumored Consolidation of Railroads. ATLA5TA, ua., June as. it is re ported here that a gigantic consolida tion o: railroad interests in the south is contemplated. The new company, it is Btated, will comprise the Richmond A Danville, the East Tennessee, Virginia and Qeorgia, and the Cincinnati South era systems. The Central railroad ol Georgia is already practically under the control of the newly organized Rich mond and Danville system, and the Georgia and Atlanta and Westpoint roads, wnuc seemingly under lndepena ent management, are really controlled through the Georgia Central and Louis- vine ana xvasnvme roaas. KNOWLEDGE Lri.:?s comfort arid improvement find i.Mi.U :o w,vonnl tTj'iyment when rightly used. 'J.'lie u:i:r.y. who live bet r t'ip.n otlir-ni i.!iJ enjoy lifo moro, with cxpcutlliui'.;, 1 moro jiromptly iilaptiiiL' tlio v.MiIj's ! t pnlucts to i!ic no'.'ib of 'hy.;i.'sii Icing, will attest tiic valiiu to ln;.!iii i f t!io pure liquid 1'irative prii:eip'? ciiibrawd in the i.-dy, Svrcr; t.f . .ai to its presenting ',.t form i:iu. t iiccpp'uiblc and pleas iiii'. tn t ie tiste, the rti'resliingand truly L,.',tf.c:.:I properties of a jiericet lax alive; ciTeciuuily tlcau.-'iiig the system, !!' clling vt lh, I.cadcches nhd fevers und pcruiuiicuily curing constipation. It has given HiitUfurtion to millions and met with the npprovnl of the medical profession, because it acts on the Kid neys, Liver and Bowels without weak ening them and it is perfectly free from every objectionable Bubstance. Syrup of Figs is for sale by all drug gists in 50c and $1 bottles, but it is man ufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co. only, whose name is printed on every package, also the name, Syrup of Figs, and being well informed, you will not accept sny substitute if ottered. lves Who are for the first time to undergo woman's severest trial vo offer 'Mothers Friend" ". remedy which. If esed as directed a few osks before connnement, robs it of its AN, r:CRR0R AND RISK TO LIFE .' Vh!i nctl-.cr and child, at thousands who !..vr tiicd it testify, kIiH ro bottlft ol MontMt Frtiimn-ith , -irvoiouJ results, and wish tmy w oroao hj'i.ito x.m through the ordeal of child-birth to kir-!Hh"TllluM Mothsss FaiiNDiorafew v :;!:;!twiUrobconrineiDentol ua and wrrutx, unimnrt wfrty lo lift cf tnetlur mnd thud." X Sam Uajuiton, UuQtgomerrCiti.IIo. F-nt hv er-i, chart prepaid, en fecell ef ; rl:-. I" 1 per bottle bold bl all druggisu. look :i. I lolhers mailed (ree. , UkAuriiu.a fcscuLATOa Co Atlanta, Ca. Go to the Old Star Bakery on North Main Street For all things In the bit k cry line Choice fauuy cake und frosted flue. V. Bsrrlck, all concede. Win niske to order what you need. For wed 'ling parties he will bake All kinds ot Imicy wedding cake. And st Ida nlnr you'll si ways And Tho very best and choicest kind Ot bread and rolls nnd tarts snd pies For Usriick all these things supplies. Hot coffee sny time o'dsy; And what you get It what you pay. lie terves the farmer snd the dude With oysters raw and oysters slewed. Uere geulal friends together meet. And tit and talk and Ulk sod est. 'Tit Bsrrlck'taliu and honest pride To have hit pstront satisfied. And Bsrrlek henceforth will dispense A loaf of bread for 7 rts. This card of thsnks we here present For fsvora past with eompllmeot. W. BARRICK. Special Prices At the Beehive Store 1 j 1 j ! A great deal m can goods I Also, in other lines of goods. 4 lbs. muscatel rasina for 25c. 4 lbs. good tea for $1. Coffee 20 to 35c. 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