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RICHMOND DAIJLY PAUAD1U3I, 31 ON" DAY, JUNE 10. 1901.
"7 she Cars thai Cures I Coughs, Grippe, (s Wt-iooplnj? Cough, Asthma, . bronchitis and Incipient j Consumption, s K 0110 v The cTerman remedV C4TeVTa. -atd Vutvcv Awcae-a. kds 4tm. 25504 Richmond Palladium PuMmhed frT evening (Hundy eireptad) I'J THK TALl-Al lUM tX. - TERMS OF SUBSCR'PTIOMi Ona aar by mail, aaataga paid - - S3.00 o ik " .25 h. .arriar OS MONDAY, JUNK lo, 1.1. The "White House is not so culled because it is white or tx cause it is the L'reh'ulent's mansion. It was named after the old "White House" near Williamsburg, Vir L'inia. where Martha Washington was born. The little fistic affair which i curred in the New Castle court room Saturdav afternoon must have Ircn rather a cheerful diversion in th lomr drawn out trial of the case of Dobbins vs. the C, II. A M. railroad company. Ilicbmond is reasonably conservative and can stand alxnit as much monotony as human endurance oujht to lie taxitl with anywhere. Hut when the limit has lieen reached her warm-blooded sons enter such a viiroroi s protest that our neio-hltors stand ashast and even adjourn their courts in coiif jsion. Here such diver sions exjieilite rather than retard business in the courts. They are re jrarded as the escape valves for the elcctri -ity that accumulates in a court riK.m from a week's steady fric tion of brilliant intellects. Without u. cans of eseajte thesiibtle fluid mioht cause an explosion that would en danger life and proterty. Compared with such a ssible catastrophe a little mouth shtiotino-, I'air pulling or removal of cut icle are the most harm less diversions imaginable. The recent action of some of the church inferences in forbidding the ue ,f tobacco by the clergy has called attention to the important part tti "filthy weed" played, in the HHrt of the e;ry "est ubHshed clinreh" in this country. Mr. Wui. k, cairns of the Chicago Keconl- Herald has lately lieen delvinc into this subject. He finds that "by a law of Virginia enacted in lC'.Hi the salary of every clergyman in that colony, without regard to the size of his parish, was lixcd at lt",000 pounds of tobacco a year, and parishes where tobacco could not In cultivated were left without minis ters until the Haptists, Presby terians or liuakers came in and occupied the vacant churches. There seems to have lieen a suspicion on the part of the vestry of St. Jeorije's that some of the planters in that parish were dodiriny their religious dues, for on January lf, 17lM, a resolution was passed ap pointing a committee to ascertain and make a record of the names of every jtersuh ernwino; tobacco and the nuuiU-r of plants tjrown on oat h plantation. This was called "pro cassionini.'," and tithes were assessed jn tobacco accordingly. The next year I Cohort C recti and Isaac Nor man were appointed to aain "pro cession" the parish. In ll'Xi the vestry made a contract with Colonel Henry Willis, whose wife was an aunt of t'eore Washington, to buile them a church for 75.000 jioumls of tobacco and the planters were "pro eessioned " and assessed to raise that amount in addition to their regular tithes " CEDARJPnlMS Seeking i Branch from the Proposed D. & V. Traction Line Extension from Ea ton to Richmond. j ljton Pre.! KfTorts are beintr made bv the MccMio.oers oi cedar rsnrino-s. a summer resort, hvated near New Paris, to have the Dayton Jt West rn traction ivmainv run a branch fr.iin Westvilie. on the extension pro posed from Katon to Richmond, that wiii piss tt esprusi's ana run into jww I'aris. C. K. I'nderwood and (oHirire M. Smart, Dayton. and Auditor Oscar A. I Sale will meet President Valentine Winters of the traction company at this place to consider the matter. John IX Fletcher, of Dayton, is a larre stoek Lolder in the springs, aud iu addi tion to those named there are thirty r forty other Dayton persons inter ested. Special Excursion to Cincin nati via Pennsylvania Lines. Sunday, June 10th. excursion tick ets will be sold at 1.00 cxmnd trip from Richmond to Cincinnati, good going on special train leaving at 7.00 a- ui-, Central time. V BIG FOUR LINE The New Castle Tribune Says the C. R. & M. is. and elves Some Argu ment to Back the Assertion. The New Castle Tribune is doint,' some uessinj on the C. II. & M. in the line of proving that it is to oe a Uij' Four line and produces some pretty interesting straws to sup jjort the assertion iua mis i a i.iei,. Amon; other things it asserts that the new paint being used alone- the line is the Iiif Four color, the one adopted by that road as a trade mark. Depots and water tanks are all of that color. Engineers are at work surveying an sx tension from Cottage (J rove to Harrison, where connection with the Uig Four is made and tracks of that road are to be used to get into Cin cinnati. Attention is called to the fact that while the C. II. & M. is heading for the Chicago belt line, the Hiir Four has no terminal at Chicago, going over the Illinois Central, whose track the Hig Four uses from Kankakee to Chicago. It would be cheaper for the Hig Four to build this line than to build from Kankakee and secure terminal facili ties. The Tribune continues: "Frequent mention is made of the (alleged) agreement made some years ago between the Pennsylvania and the Dig Four, under the terms of which the former wa to "keep out" of Muncie and the latter out of Rich mond. However nothing would be easier than the Pennsylvania to al ready lie in Muncie through the C. & S. K., and the Hig Four ti capture Richmond by the C, It. & M. If it le the Hig Four line then the White water Valley division will soon be extended from Hagerstown to a con nection with it, giving to the valley towns what they have long needed. Whose ever road it is it looks like a winner. It is remarkably well built, and will be a "short line' tween Cincinnati and Chicago. be- HORTICULTURAL The AH Day Meeting at Geo. M. Smith's a Great Success. At the elegant country residence of Ceorge H. Smith, seven miles south of this city, was given, on Sat urday last, the event of the gather ing of horticulturists and their friends from Wayne and Union coun ties. The beautiful site for the home stead was judiciously selected, aud with the line aud elaborate improve ments by the host for many years, has made this one of the most bcauti ful country homes in the west. The well kept lawns, with stately trees surrounding the imosing mansion, together with the artificial lake at the fmt of the hill, inspired all with its leauty and grandeur, and ail wished that Mr. Smith and his es timable wife should live half a cen tury longer, to more fully enjoy the vesults of their .years of patient and laborious work. WfrwmmiTrr spread with such jialatable delieasies as are com mon to big dinners of this society, anil scores of jersons partook of the repast. bcneaHi the spreading branch es of fruit and ornamental trees. The afternoon session of the two horticultural societies was held at the east entrance of the residence. Durirg the discussion of forestry Mr. Smith referred to his groves of trees planted by him tweuty years ago, eonsistintrof l,lM0osage orange, ;o0 catal pa, olH) locust and oOO black walnut. Several thousand josts have becu cut from them already, the osage orange being oonsidered the best for lasting qualities. The huge pine trees in the yard were brought from Michigan iu 'til by him in sad die bags. Capt. Lough superintended the planting of 5,000 catalpa trees which had been cut once for jxsts, and ready now for the second cut ting. When post timlier is cut too young its lasting qualities are les sened. The necessity for immediate future' planting is apparent and new groves will doubtless be set, especial ly on uutillable lauJs. 1 n the agriculture discussion thv prospects for the farmer are good yet corn is somewhat backward and oats are short from lack of rani and warm weather. White top iu mead ows is bad in some localities, but kept in check by llocks of sheep. tne irun prospects are giMW. i nc late frosts however injured material iy the early blooming strawberries The strawberry crop will not be large, owing to the lack of manv growers failing to renew their plau latum. :everai win not nave manv bushels for market that usua have wagon loads. Mr. Kuth s lierries, so generously lu.-msbed ly the boast at tne dinner indicated that the yield of his ten acre patch was maintaining its standard of excellence. The jv;uh. the plum and manv apple trees wiu overbear if permitted to attempt to ripen the fruit that are now set. From other reports the weather has tevu most too cool for vegetables. but tiuefor pastures for butter mak ing. The address bv Hon. Isaac Jenkin son was one ot nis amesi etiorts, on the history of the passage of th iesouiiion on me ieeiaranon oi Independence of the American Colonies." In the address he treated of the early revolut ionary ideas of the peopie of America, the laws of Lug- vnil learmg on the treatment of them as Hritish subjects, the prepar ation of the resolution, its considera tion, its tvissage, the seerecv main taiued bv the members of the colonial congress, and the subsequent ratification. He euioirizedmanv members of thi august body, ana espeeia.iv John Adams, who really did more than any man towards effecting an inde pendenee. By request Mr. Jen kin- sot, s manuscript will be placed imong the archives of the Historical society in tne eoun nouse. A special vote of thanks was ten- dt red the essayist for his papr, and to the host and hostess for their kindness and courtesies to the rests. A cornet band from Liberty fur- uis'hed music at intervals during the afternoon. Mrs. Dr. Morrow and Ella White MEETING were d 5ularsd ftlectad najtnberi oftha ; society. The table of cut flowers consisted of roses. ixny and poppy by Han nah C. Crave; roses aud snow ballj Mary F. IlatlitT; roses, Mary Hen nins; wahoo and msgnolia blossoms and mock orange, Malta Ratlin; mixed bouquet, Agnes King; and southern magnolia blooms of Chatta nooga, Isaac Dougan. The fruit table showed Beck's pleasant apple, gooseberries and cur rants. Sanlonl Menning. inirieen varieties of strawberries by Stephen Kuth, viz: Lilo, Clyde, Michael's, Karly, Staples. IJeder Wood, Excel sior. Ijovett, Nick Obmer. LJubach, (Men Mary, Wartield and Kidgeway. The committee on fruit decided that the Li bo excelled all others, all point? considered. ! After discussion of a miscellaneous character, the society adjourned to meet at the court house in July. Cai.ei! W. Kino, Pres. W.u.ti:k Rati-Iit, Sec'y. ElEAYORERu Elaborate -Arrangements for Their Reception at Cincinnati. The most elalorate arrangements have been made for the twentieth international convention of the Christian Endeavor at Cincinnati, July ; to 10. As manv were unable to attend the convention in London last year a larger attendance than usu al is expected, especially since these conventions hereafter will be he'd only once in two years. The choir of fifteen hundred trained voices will 1k a feature at Music hall. Other large choruses have been trained for the exposit:on and other halls, while all the churches and their choirs have lieen engaged for the occasion. Hands will discourse sacred music in Washington park adjoining Music hall for the open air meetings. Cov entor Na.-h, Mayor Fleischmann and local committeemen will deliver wel coming addresses, Saturday after noon, July 0. Dr. Clark will deliver his annual address and Secretary 15a'r will make his annual report S iturday evening. On Sunday morning there will be special addresses on "Twenty Years of Christian Endeavor, "in the afternoon temperance rallies and in the evening meetings for Sabbaih observance. The regular programs with meetings by secti ns will be carried out on the four following days, with many of the most eminent men in Christian work participat ng. Police Court. In police court this morning Charles Drown was up for a druuk lie said he had a drink or two but was entirely sober, but officer Mc Manus swore he was called by tele phone to north third street and fourd him in an old house too much intoxi cated to get out, and he brought him to headquarters. It was a dollar aud costs. Edgar Richards and Fred Miller, two Iniys, were up for some kind of a hoy bulit. each charged witb assault and batterv noon each other. Each wrmn o a rrotrar and Costs. An old bum was given leave to go if he would leave at once which he promised to do. Excursions. 1 lie excursion and basket picriie given yesterday under the auspice oi the l. of l . to Kitchen s grove over the C, R. & M. was a perfect success in every respect, there was not an occurance of any character lo mar the pleasure of those who at tended. There were several families who joined together after reaching the grove and enjoyed themselves asinly can be done on occasions ol this kind. There were 1,014 tickets sold out of this city. Col I MIil S KXCI KSION. The excursion to Columbus yester day was well patronized. There were o tickets sold from here. 1 his is au unusual large number from this city as an excursion to tl at oint is real ly lutender to accommodate parties east of here. VT . VV A Y SE CINCINNATI. ine largest excursion that ever left or ttassed through this citv was that of the Ft. Wayne excursion to Cincinnati yesterday. Ihere were seventeen coaches and l,oi5 person on board. There were no tickets sold from this city. Contract Awarded. The contract for remodeling th old Crand hotel property on Main street was award, d Saturday. Ceo. 1. Kline, who owns the property, gave the contract for the exterioi work to the parties who are now en gaged on the St. Andrew's church. i go i rent wm oe oi broken up ashler construction, that is alter nateiy. one stone of ten iuch in rock face ami one stone of live iuch in smooth 'ace, the effect of which will le handsome. When completed there will be no more attractive front on .Main street. It is the intention to make many changes on the interior of the budding aiso. The name of the building will be known after the completion of the work as "Th orana iuiuainir instead as no-. the l rand hotel. O. S. Yates, the architect, will superintend the ccn- t ruction work. Beware of Ointments for Catarrh That Contain i Mercury. A mercury will surely destroy the sense of smoil and completely derange the whole system when entering; it through the mucous surfaces. Such irticles should never be used except ou prescript ions from reputable phy sicians, as the damage1 they will do is ten fold to the good vou can possibly derive from them. Hall's Catarfh Cure, manufactured bv F. J. Cheney & Co.. Toledo. O., contains no nu r cury, and is taken internally, acting urectlv upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. In buvintr Hall's Catarrh Cure be sure to jret the renuine. It is taken internally. and made in Tolec'o. Ohio, by F. j. Cheney .xco- -testimonials free. Sold by druggists, price 75c per bottle. Hail's Family Pills are tbe best. CHRISTIAN AID FOR BOERS Xotcsl AfrikainJor Clergyman On iperiiil Mission to A merit;!. REFIT. EES SUFFERING Kev. Von nrockhn'zen Says the Con dition ot the Women and Chil dren Is a Horrible One. Sorry Tale of Lack of Provision Matte For the Helpless Ones By the British. New York, June 10. The Ib'v. H. L. VonBroekhuizt-n of IYetoria. South Africa, the minister who closed the volksraad wirii prayer alter President Kruger's ultimatum had tweu read to that lxxly. is iu this city. His brother, Ir. II. J. Voidlrockhuizen of the Oraujre Free State, wlio served in the I iocr armies, accompanies him. Their mission iu this country is to raise money for the llter women an.l chil dren now in refugee camps. Kev. Ir. VonlliticklHiiy.cn said in an interview: "Our women and children, who are at present concentrated in camps es tahlished by the ltritish. are in a hor rible condition. It was had enough when I left South Africa, but I know from letters that I have reeeived one only the other day from my sister that It is a hundred times worse now." When the doctor left South Africa, he said, he was virtually banished by order of General .Maxwell, military governor of l'reioria. lr. VonBrock hui.cn saitl further of the camps: "Iu an official report made by 1 r. Kouald P. McKctizie oi the Itritish army oo I-Vb. l.s of this year, the Hritish gov ernment is notified that the conditions are horrible, the deatli rate appalling, and the food furnished wholly unlit to eat." The Afrikanders. Key. Ir. Von Ilrockhuizeu avers, will never lc over come and all reports to the contrary are false. The Iioer army numbers l.'t.ooo to 17.om men and is constantly beins: augmented by Cape Colony Iloers. The 1 !oer forces are now armed with I.ee-Mctiord rillcs. 1k says, and they have tons of ammuni tion buried which they can use at any time against the itritish. Kitchener and Itoth.i Mute. London, June 10. The Weekly lis patch, which recently anticipated ac curately several olticial announcu itieiits in regard to the peace negotia tions in South Africa, says Lord Kitch ener and Ueiu-ral Itotha, the Boer commander-in-chief, accompanied by two aids as witnesses, held a protract ed meeting; a few miles from Stander ton on June 5. and arrived at a tenta tive settlement. The government is keeping the terms secret, but the Dis patch says it has transpired that the outlook for the conclusion of peace is more hopeful than nt any time siuee the lirst meeting between the two gen erals some months ago. The paper also states that within the last few hours the government has counter manded order for lurttn Blilnn.-in-t of noises and stores to South Aljica. ami that announcements to that effect will doubtless be made in the house of commons during the week. AX IXlSlAh TltlALi Shocking Missouri Murder Hearing Held In a CJrove. Caleiia. Mo., June 10. An unusual scene is presented here at the pre liminary hearing of Mrs. John Stallion, her father, James Crabtrec. and his two sons. Frank and Charles Cral tree, for the murder of Alice Stallion, the woman's Pi year-old stepdaughter. The hearing is lteing held in a grove, the two justices sitting at a table un der a tree, and 2.00 people, attracted from points for miles around, form ing a circle about the court and de fendants. Notwithstanding no overt act has yet lieen attempted, threats have been made against the Cralitrevs by many of the strangers In town, nud the county officials are taking all the precautions at their command to pro tect the prisoners. Galena is off the railroad and the fact that 2.o0 people Would care to come miles to attend the hearing is considered significant. It has been decided to exhume the I tody of the girl, that it may tie ex amined by tin- doctors toinvestigate a theory of the county prosecutor that' a criminal assault was made upon her by one or ttoth of the Crabtree boys and that they killed her to hide the tri me. Quick Kml of Thieves. Chanilioy. France. June 10. An American named Const ant ine Scandal was rohtied on the railway while asleep, by three fellow travelers tt tween Modane and St. Michel. Ilee ognizing the thieves at Saitit Jean de Maurienne, Re pursued them across the country and they jumptd Into the river Are, where all were drowned. Hopes t-'or Mrs. MeKlnlejr. Washington. June lo. The slight im provemeiit in Mrs. McKinley's health w hUh manifested itself the latter part of the week continues and hope ftegins to fie felt that she may after all re cover from the present attack. The Improvement, however, is so slight as licit to change materially the extreme pravity of the case. Notice. Notice is hereby given that the county boird of review wm meet it, session at the room of tbe county as sessor in the court house at Rich mond. Watne county, Indiana, Mon day June 17th, ISHjl, for tbe purpose ot revisirg the assessments of per sonal property and additional im provements as returned by the township assessors for the year 1901. All persons havinir complaints to make of their assessments must ap pear and make such complaint before said board during said session which will continue for twenty dav V itnes my hand and official sea this :Jd day of June, ltH)l. Alexander S. Reih, Auditor. june3 2mon2w Misses Luey and Edith Francisco are home to spend tbe vacation.Thev have been at the Friends' university at Wichita, where Luey has been holding a position as professor of music and German, and Edith has I been a student. Tfaev return there! in the fall I CHAZF.r nv LOVE PrrwprrouA CtUa:o Contractor Kill Mot hf r-In-Law and Himsell. London. Ontario. June lo. Crazed by love for his youug wife, whom it is said he had driven from his home in Chicago. Holwrt Fulford. a prosiH-rous Chicago contractor, killed his mother-in-law, Mrs. Jeiiuie McConl. and then blew out his brains. The tragedy oc-c-urn-d ou the MeCord farm at Ilder ton. near here. The victims were first cousins. Fulford married Uertie Me Cord seven years ago. his first wife having secured ft divorce from him. Three weeks ago Fulford aud his wife had a dispute and she returned to her jiareuts. Fulfonl followed Saturday. He drove to the Mcc'ord farm and de manded that Mrs. MeCord. who was milking in the yard, tell him where his wife was. She refused and he I'm-d four shots from a revolver into her body, killing her instantly. He then turned the wcaion on himself, blowing out his brains. The hinese Are IMeased. IVkin, June 1". The Chinese express great satisfaction at the announcement of the intention of the court to return to IVkin in Sopteinlier. All the for eign troops, with the exception of the legation guards, are exjievted to with draw ere the middle of that mouth, the only troops not already under or ders of withdrawal being the Japan ese, whose government is sending re liefs. It is said, however, at the Jap anese legation that when Japan is ab solutely certain the other jHiwers are evacuating her own troops cut le withdrawn ou two days notice. A Warm School ICow. Salina, Kan.. June lo. - A coinmittee representing the students of the Kan sas Wesleyan university, who are a unit in defense of 1 r. Frank I. Tubbs. professor of natural science, dismissed last week I it-cause of alleged heresy, has issued a manifesto denouncing the ltoanl of trustees for '-duplicity and unfairness." The ltoanl has agreed to allow Ir. Tubbs a hearing next week but still jiositively refuses to reinstate him. The incoming junior and senior classes still seem determined to carry out their threat to leave the university if the trustees do not accede to the demands. More C ivil Ciovei-niiient. Manila, June 10. The Philippine commission returned to Manila Sun day from the province of Nueva Kelja, Luzon, having organised provincial government at San Isidro, capital of the province, with Captain Jacob F. Kreps of the 22d infantry as gover nor. Lieutenant Kichard C. Iay of the ?4th volunteer infantry, as treasurer, and Lieutenant IieW'itt C. Lysle of the same regiment as supervisor. Three Ciii-ls Drowned. Philadelphia. June lo. - A party of six persons, three men ami three girls, while sailing on the Uelaware river Sunday afternoon off North I'ssington. a few miles In-low this city, were thrown Into the water by the swamp ing of their skiff during a squall and the three girls were drowned. They Floated Away. New York. June lo. Some time Sun day afternoon two Fnited States army prisoners who were serving sentences on Governor's Island, for desertion, escaped. They embarked upon an im provised raft nud drifted away from the island on the strong flood tide. On Charge of Murder. Muncie. Iud., June lo. The trial of William Jones, charged with murder ing James Herrington last March, was called here today. Jones will plead self-defense. TLKSK TKLKOIIAMS Fire nii-ii were kllli-il iiinl seven Injured in n railway wreck t Vestal, X. Y. Western Reserve university at Cleve land, it., cflflirates its 7."tli anniversary this week. The report rlrenlutetl in the t'ntti if States that lieneral ('iiilh-s has Mirri-inlered is un foiuuled. says a Manila dispatch. At Kdily. Oklahoma, a tornado killed thrij persons. The property damage in adjacent parts wilt aKreate Jflito.iNto. Italy Is making constant prutrress in the development of its manufacturing indus tries, especially in the northern section. Six thousand Vhrlners are iu Kansas City today at the opi nini; of the l!Tt h animal meeting of the imperial eonut-il of the Mys tic Shrine. The transport IfaneiM-k has nrriv-d at San Kramise.i from Manila with :u orti eers Riid l.iKIJ eulisted men of the 31st volunteer infantry. The stakes for the IT.ith nnnnnl meet Ine of the Kentucky Breeders' Trotting Asso ciation at Lexington. Ky., in October, has closed with a heavy list of entries. President Harper of the t'nlversity of C'hlcateo announces that the university has Is'irun to establish attilinted preparatory schools in different parts of Kuroiie. Mrs. Louise Ilotha, wife of the Boer eontmnnder-eeneral, arrived nt Itndon from South Africa. She refused to prant an interview, but it is thought she is on a peace mission. Major W. II. Ialy. surteon peneral on the staff of Lieutenant to-neral Miles in l'orto Ii!it. committiMl suieiiie at his home at 1'ittsrnirir Sunday by shooting himself in the rltfht temple. The Mobile and Ohio depot at Spnrta. Ills., was robbed by two masked men. who hound and sauced the night operator and lockiit him in a Inn ear. The safe was blown and $:u secured. Mother Ainadens. the mother peneral of the Sisters of Charity of the dio,-cse of Cleveland. Is dead at the convent in I.ake wimkI. suburb of Cleveland, aged years. She had becu in the convent for 40 years. General Cailles. the Insurgent commander in the province of Latfuna. has promised to surrender, with l,iii riflemen, under terms which S.-nor Itancei, wnt nas aeteil as Intermediary, states have been modified and accepted by the authorities. Principal Hooker T. Washington of the Tuskeci-e Xorma! aud Industrial Institute, has been notified by John It. Rockefeller that he will tie glad to provide the money for the erection of one of the much needed dormitories for lmya at the institution. Tim most elalHtratP arrangements have been made for the J"th international eon rent ion of the c hristian Kndeavor at Cin cinnati Jv'y '" to lo. As many were unable to attend the convention in London last year, n larger attendance than usual ia ex yected. I ly Wheel Iet (in. Thorntown. Iud.. June ij. Charles Stewart, a young farmer who lived near this place, was so seriously in juntl while snwme timfter in the woods that he died. The flywheel of the engine which supplied his jiower burst, and a fragment ot flyinir steel crushed his hips. The men who were working with him were uninjured. Mystery at New Harmony. Evansville. Ind.. June lu. The body of an unknown man was found in the Ya!ash river near New Harmony. The skull was crushed, and it is be lieved the man was robbed for his money. The man was about 40 years old and was well dressed. Two tnijines Demolished. Jonesitoro. Ind.. June 10. Fassenger trains No. 2-i, southbound, and No. 2i, northfionnd. collided while running at high speed one mile from here Satur day evening:. Both engines were de molished but no oae w&s serktuslr la- DfATH OK Hit. Il'TTLR Vrnerahle Former lmldetit of bash College in x Awtv. Crawfordville. IiuL, June Jos eph Farrand Turtle. 1 . 1.. for years president of Walucsh college, died here latr Saturday afternoon, aged .s:I years. Heart failure was the innm-d-ate cause of his death. His health has gradually failed since l-: when he resigned the presidency of the college, but he had Ix-en confined to his !-d for only one Week. lr. TllUle leaves, Ite- fldes his wirtow. Siis.-ui 11. Turtle, one sua and two daughters. Joseph F. Tut tle. jr.. of 1 leaver. Col., and Mrs. Kath eriue Thompson and Mrs. C. I- Thom as of Craw fordsville. All Ids children were present at his death. Joseph Ferraud Tutlie was born In lihtomneld. Kssex county. New Jersey, on March IU. IMS. He was gradu ated nt Marietta college. Ohio, In 1MI. and at I.ane The logical seminary. Cincinnati, in 1M4. He was pastor of Presbyterian churches at I Via ware, O., in l-v.V47. and Ion-kawny. N. J.. in lStT-C.J. In lsna he was elected president of Wabash college, and from that time all his energies were given to the enlargement and U-ttcrun-nt of that institution. s.i:i)"n;i mou Criitiiii.il Assailant tins a Narrow Kseape From Lynching. Princeton. Ind. .June H. Henry Rey nolds. ;;n years idd. criiniually assault ed I.ydia Cast'.ihe i:year-tld daughter of a prominent farmer living near here, leaving her in a dying condi tion. The sheriff aud a posse of citi zens scoured the country for him and he was arrested in Mount Carmel. Ids. Fifty men from the Indiana side crossed the river and interrupted the preliminary hearing by making an at tempt to get Reynolds and hang him. Reynolds confessed, alio was with dif licnlty brought here and lodged in jail. The sheriff is taking extra precau tions against a further effort by th excited people to lynch the prisoner. A Day for the Kditor. lluffalo. N. V.. June lo. - (in account of the large numlter of visiting news paper men and women expected at the Pan-American exposition this week, Wednesday is announced by I lirector-t leiieral I'.uohanan as editors' and publishers' day. The ieetiug of the National 1-Mitorial association and several state associations will bring to the exposition this week the largest number of editors ever gathered to gether in one place at the same time. They will be given excursions by the railways and steamship lines and tfie freedom of the exposition and the miduav has been accorded them. Death In a Howie Home. Chicago, June in. Another death In a Ihtwie home here is lteing otticially in vest igated. Fnd-rtaer Haggard. 10. ' Western avenue, who was a prom inent figure in the recent case of Mrs. 11. W. Jlldd. a Ilowieite, telephoned to the coroner's otlice for permission to move the body of Sarah Frances Sloan of Vleerton. Ohio, from 1 lo Michigan avenue, a lowie home. He was told lirst to secure permission from nearest relative of the deceased. the The ten Hr. woman had been at the place weeks. She died of consumption. I.eininger of the coroner's ollicc investigating. Is liar mt; Trip In n Sloop. Gloucester. Mass., June lo. In his "Jo-foot sloop Great Republic, Captain Howard K.aekburn of this city Sun day afternoigi started on his second trans-Atlantic voyage, his present des tination lteing UsImhi. Portugal, which he expects to reach in 1.1 days. His previous voyage iu isim was to Im don. which trip took il days. The start was made amid the plaudits of over persons. He ICoc-ked the lioat. Akron. O., June lo.- Uiver .Crosier and Fmil Iterjidorf were drowned hi Summit lake near this city Sunday morning. They, with Michael Shay, were crossing the lake in a Isiat when Itergdorf began to rock it and the frail craft upset. Shay crawled on top of the overturned ltoat aud made a desterate but fruitless effort to save his companions. Shay was on the boat two hours la-fore being rescued. More Gol.l Recovered. Mineral Point. Wis.. June In. Thir teen thousand dollars more of the gold coin stolen from the l irst National bank on the morning of May has t,en recovered. It was found in the earth vault of a common outhouse of the City hotel, alsmt a block from the looted bank, at which the prisoner. Steward Jelleff. hoarded A Bloody Rattle. Manila. June lo. In a battle with the insurgents at I.ipa. province of P.atangas. Lieutenant Anton Springer of the L'lst infantry was killed and Captain W. II. Wilhelm of the same regiment, Lieutenant Fitzhugh I-e Jr.. and five enlisted men were wounded. Three Were Orowned. DubuQiie. Ia., June 10. A fiat con taining five persons returning from a fishing trip, was upset during a storm on the Mississippi three miles north of here. Julius Guderian and wife and Mrs. Nicholas Kalle were drowned. A Massachusetts Mystery. Lowell. Mass.. June lo. The head less body of a woman, apparently ".'o years old. was found in a lonely spot filmnt two miles from Chelmsford Cen ter Sunday afternoon. A search fur the head was not successful. HOW ARE YOUR KIjNETS 7 Dr. Hobbs' Sparayus pills cure a! kidney ills. Sample free. Add. Ster lino; Remedy Co., Chica BEST FOR THE BOWELS it o oivn a rp-e-nlar. be: thy ra - e-nvnt of thrn ---- r ' j j re- l.i or wi;) t . theep your bo.i&pn. andb w-ii. Forr. In tbe sap of io ten Davsc 'jT pill "posnon. i- 3.riz--rot: Trs mv.t t. et, euiet, most perft ay of keiis U&e boei eix uo cieu u u tAise EAT 'EM LIKE CANDY f"!ajit. Pi'.ClV. Potent. Int. Gocxi. tv txx Veier 6teki. or tirt. Ml SCk ui4 M rent ' per box. write far trer uapl, m.od m health. Addi-es c3 nuuis asaisT coifait. civm v rw ttu. KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN CF- Show--Us A MAN :i I V !3 is v PS WASHINGTON LETTER ISrtial ( 'orrrspomlrnf-r . The volume cont.-iiniu": Rtiitements of Appropriations, new otliceM. etc., re quired by law to be prepared and pul lished at the end of each session of congress, under the direction of the committees on appropriations of the senfite ami house, has been completed for the -second session of the I'ifty Fixth con?iihy Mr. Thomas I. Cleaves and Mrrrries C Courts, chief clerks tespectively oTlLose eom- mittees. A snmniarj- of the approprfj-; 73n-' tioiis shows the Krand total of $ 'JN.."."). The details by bills are as follows: Airrirultut jI Army Itiplimm: ur Fnslriit -f Viuml.ia K'.rtifii ation In' id n I.f-tiisiie ite ,. !iliiitiir a-lnniy Naval -fn?ion Pustoflii-r Suniiiv iivi! flr-ficif-ni icn Mi-M f-ilaiii-.us Pernijri' nt approriations 1,52,420 U5,T3.(t4fl l.M'J.CIS fe jir'.f.U i.X'M.Oll 9.T4T.4T1 n2,.-a T1.lnl.7ttl Hj.2IS.2H0 123,7-C.fiwi 15.HT.446 7.it.018 124,te,S20 Totals rau.338.5T The statement shows that In addi tion to the specific appropriations made contracts are authorized to Ite entered Into for public works requiring future appropriations by conirress in the as Kreate sum of X.n.UW. These con tracts include $l.,'iM.;,o for perma nent improvements of and increased facilities at certain navy yards. 3U..V for putiiie buiidintrs previously authorized, to Ik- constructed iu various cities, and for certain lighthouse ten ders and a revenue cutter and $498,500 for school huililitiKs In excess of ap propriations made at the previous or first session of the Fifty-aijth con (Tress, amounting to f5t.213.T34 more tlian the contract authorizations of the session Just closed. lot the Proper Hoar. About nine-tenths of the cranks who are allowed to enter the city of Wash ington sooner or later make their way to the treasury department. Tbey seem to have a spite against the place be cause there is an Immense quantity of money within the walls of tbe great white marble bdllding. Secretary Cage has become so expert In handling tbem that be would make a first rate warden of an insane asylum when be lets go of his place in the cabinet- Tbe other day one of these cranks secured an audience with the secretary after tell in? an impressive story to tbe clerk in tbe outer office. "Mr. Secretary. be said briskly as he approached Mr. Game's desk, I won't detain you but a minute. Just please sign your name to this. "W hat is it asked Mr. Gage, reach ing for the piece of paper which tbe crank had taken from bis pocket. "A check for 2,Wj," answered the crank. "Tbe government does not allow me to sign personal checks during office hours. replied tbe secretary. "Come in after 4 oVIock." "Thank jun. sir. answered tb crank as be rtaebed for bis bat. He, &4 sot know that after tbt boor hs COASTER DHAKE The Morrow Coaster Brake is the parcr.t f a!l ctvistcr brakes. It v.ar, the first ; it is the liest. Tlie only tx .tcr brahe that lias Ke:i fod enough to ihx J o c!iar.r;c. It increases the utility t f the lrev cle ; it decreases the ellorl uc-ecssary to propel it. More pleasure ; less exertion. Ask your thaler to get it for you. Never put off until tomorrow when you can buy a MORROW today. Send for our Illustrated booklet. JC-clipse Manufacturing Co., Elmira. N.V. 2 Who is always tihlinj- with his custom tailor alntut his clothes and there are ninety charcis in a hundred that we can fit him ri;ht out our .stock with a Ihimih-ss suck suit, swell cutaway or dress suit with lteUer i-tyle. Utter m:teii-tl and a consitK-rMe saving in cost. Siqipose you try us ami see. $tlO Ho 20. would De' compelled to state his busi ness at the outside door of ihe treasury building. Poalmaifrr Smith Mur Itralatn. Postmaster General Smith has given up the lease of the house be has oceu pied iu this city sliK-e he entered Presi dent McKinley's cabinet three years o. and the gossips have it that he In tends within the year to resign his portfolio aud go back to Journalism. Itefore the re-election of Mr. McKinley Mr. Smith expressed a desire to leave the cabinet, hut was prevailed on by the president to remain. While he has denied emphatically his lutein Ion to H4i'ave official life Immediately, he has always intimated to friends that he wisEeOvfiJSive up bis ort folio Just as soon as tbeVJ,res'dent could hud If con venient to reY4Ke u,m- On the return of the presidcnTfiri party Mrs- Smith will go to a northerly resort, and Mr. Smith bas engaged apartments at the Arlington. Close f riena,?""SShe will not lease another residence lii'Iu-. lngton. but will probably live at th hotel as long as be remains at the bead of the itostofllce department. The (Juration of Ma oaf art area. Washington Is not eatistied with the extent of Its manufactures and Is agi tating the public with the expectation of securing organized effort to attract to this city men and capital to Ite em ployed In a variety of manufactured products. Tbe standing of fbe city in the census as a manufacturer Is not low, being something like twenty-seventh, but this figure Is Illusive, and tbe expectation Is to induce manufacturers that will take advantage of Ihe yet on developed water power of the I'otomne. the convenient coal and Iron fields, lite five trunk lines of railway offering con ditions not enjoyed by many cities that bave greater manufacturing Impor tance. The men who have discussed the subject are very plainly not satis fied to 6 tbe city Increasing in popu lation while tbe proportion of tbe pop ulation that derives Income from the government to support the whole num ber la constantly Increasing. Titer CM Plaee of Honor. The public schools of Wasbfngton are to occupy tbe place of honor among tbe school exhibits at tbe Pan-American exposition at Buffalo. The exhibit will consist entirely of blograph. pbo oogrspb and photograph reproductions of actual school work, showing every grade, from the first In tbe primary department to the last grade In tbe Normal school, and Including tbe man taal training department and the high schools. Tbe expense of tbe exhibit has been provided by tbe national gov ernment. It will be shown In tbe gov ern men t building. Carl ScBorrixix. 'Am Antidote. Mamma I have been almost dis tracted since Brother Frank gave Bob by that drum for a birthday present. Papa-Why don't you make Bobby a present of a nice, sharp penknife? Chicago Inter Ocean. Early Saapleloaa. He When did she begin to fear that be bad married her for her money? She-Well. I believe her ausplclont wer first aroused when she bad tr 'h minister. Town and, Conntrw. -