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A DREADFUL SIEGE.
Ono. Sees the Fiercest of Fights
at Fort Arthur, But Hears
SOLDIERS MEET DEATH IN SILENCE
Russian Guns Made Continual Lanes
In Japs' Ranks, Hut They Were
Closed Up as if by Jingle.
The Masses Surged Onward Until
They Were Close to the Russians;
a Mine Was Fired and Bodies
, Hurled High In the Air.
London, Nov. 4. The Dally Telo
graph Cho Foo correspondent, tele
graphing Thursday, says that the Jap
nneso lossos during the last assault
on Port Arthur were heavier than on
any of the previous attacks. Tho,
bombardment, he says, was so fierce
that the streets of Dalny were said to
trenihlo as though from an earthquake.
'J'ho same papor's correspondent with
Clou. Oku, under date of November 2,
nays thnt tho Indications are that a
terrific engagement Is about to com
mence. London, Nov. 5. Tho Dally Mall's
Che Foo correspondent has obtained
n letter from n Russian In 1'ort Ar
thur dated October 27 In which tho
writer declnres that It would need tho
pen of n Zola or the brush of Hucrcst
chagln to picture the nwfulncss of tho
felege. The letter continues:
' The uncanny part of It nil Is that
men meet death in utter silence. Ono
frees the fiercest of fights but hears
no sound. One moonlight night at
Ktsc mouutnln I watched an nssnult of
n ghostly muss of moving figures,
through which continual lanes wcro
made by our guns, admitting glimpses
of scenes bohlnd. These gaps wcro
closed up ns If by magic, and the
masses surged onward whilo our men,
forsnklng the trenches, sought the
shelter of the forts. On they camo
until, when they were close up to us,
the mines exploded and tho earth
opened, llodles were hurled high In
the nlr, and then sank again to earth,
Hands clutched rifles, and in tho
moonlight the bayonets looked like
lire works shooting upwards and as
cending point downwards Into the
bodies of men. I dream of tho sight
"All tho Inventions of military geni
us are not able to daunt. the Japan
ese, who fight with Tltnnlc energy.
Our soldiers are gladiators and great
"The last sortie of the ficot failed
because of Inability to repair vessels
previously damaged. We have not a
single bottle of anaesthetics left. Just
think what agony the wounded must
endure. Tho food is of tho conrscst
and oven that Is becoming scarce,
while disease Is rife and sanitary con
ditions nre doplorablc. It Is Impossi
ble to repair the ships with out scant
resources; but wo arc all determined
to hold out, come what will, In tho
hope of relief. For every man wo
lose our foes homonu tho loss of a
Cho Foo, Nov. 7. As tho result of
months of preparation Vladivostok Is
now strongly protected, according to
Capt Halversen, of tho Norwegian
steamer Tungues, which arrived hero
Ave days out from that port with 700
Chinese refugees who wero unablo to
live at Vladivostok any longer owing
to the high prices of food and other
necessaries duo to tho war.
( apt. Halversen says tho Vladivo
stok system of fortifications begins
many miles outside tho city proper
und grows stronger as tho city is ap
pioaehed. Ships laden with food, cannon, am
munition and all sorts of military sup
plies frequently arrive at Vladivostok.
The European residents of Vladlvo
Htok show their confidence in tho se
curity of tho city by evidencing nn un
willingness to lenvo It.
If the Japnneso make an attempt to
capture Vladivostok it is tho bollof of
Capt Halvorsen thnt they will find It
to be n second Port Arthur.
Tim harbor of Vladivostok, he says,
has been mined for n dlstanco of somo
seven miles. In four miles of this
ttren, contact mines have been laid
while In the remaining three miles
electric mines hnve been planted,
THE MIKADO'S BIRTHDAY.
An American Admiral Refused to Fire
a Salute In Honor of It.
Che Foo, Nov. 4. Tho Jnpaneso
consul hero, on tho occasion of the
mikado's birthday, requested rtr. Adm.
Folgor, commanding tho cruiser divis
ion of the American Asiatic fleet, and
tho captain of a Chinese cruiser to
.fire a salute Thursday. Rr. Adm. Fol
gcr declined to ncccdo to tho request,
on the ground that ho was not In Jap
nneso waters. Tho Chinese captain,
however, complied. Tho Incident has
aroused much comment.
Failures During the Week,
New York, Nov. 5. Commercial
failures this week In tho United States
nre 22!), against 233 Inst week, 215 the
preceding week and 24C tho, corre
sponding week Inat year. Failures in
Canada number 27, ugalnst 28 last
The American Evangelists.
Liverpool, Nov. 7. Tho American
Tnrrv nmi Ain.n,i.
opened n thrco months' revival bore'
In a building that had been specially
erected for tho purpose with a scat-1
Ing capacity of 12,000, and which is
culled lournamenl hall.
Ready For the Maneuvers.
' Manila, Nov, 7. Tho United Statei
battleships Oregon and Wisconsin, the
.cruiser Cincinnati, tho torpedo boat
destroyer Decatur nnd the collloi
( .Sterling, of the Asiatic squadron, have
('r arrived hero and are making propara-
.-"v? w. . - " '
Jim Preosrlna to Advanc
MuJtden, Nov. 7.-Qulet contlnuei
Jherd The Japanese are still worklni
V'nard entroacbliw their frost, whlcfc
e fctlM'.'t took like aeontlnuoas fort
"it I MHv4 they nreBarlM sori
twly to tfvjuM.
ENQINS LEFT THE TRACK.
The Engineer Wat Killed and
Fireman Had a Leg Broken.
Mansfield, 0., Nov. 5. Vestlbulcd
limited eastbound on tho Baltimore &
Ohio railroad was wrecked several
miles west of here at 7 o'clock Friday
evening. Engineer Odcnthol, of New
rk, O., was killed, and the fireman
sustained a broken leg. The train was
drawn by two engines and tho first
engine broke away from tho train,
leaving the tender behind. Tho sec
ond engine left the track and rolled
over. Tho fireman and cnglneor were
the only victims. Tho baggage, ex
press and mnll cars left the track, but
no one In them was hurt and no dam
age was dono to any of tho other
SUICIDE IN A HOSPITAL.
Patient Dived From the Fourth Floor
to the Basement.
Columbus, O., Nov. 7. George Con
nor, of Anderson, Ind committed sui
cide nt St. Francis hospital In this
city Sunday by diving head foremost
from tho fourth floor to tho basement
In a shaft which contains a circular
stairway. Connor, when taken to tho
city prison for snfo-kccplng several
weeks ago, attempted to kill himself
by diving from the top of a cell rango
to tho stono floor. He had been re
moved to the hospital for treatment.
ARRESTS WILL BE MADE.
Alleged Many Illegal Registrations
Were Made In Cleveland.
Cleveland, O., Nov. 7. Tho board of
elections was In session nil of Sun
day. Sunday night tho secretary of
tho board said there was evidence of
many Illegal registrations und that tho
number mny reach 1,000. Warrants
will be sworn out ns quickly as possi
ble and put In the hands of tho police.
Only five arrests have been mndo of
70 persons charged with Illegal regis
tration ns was shown by Saturday's
examination' of tho polling lists.
A Lifetime's Savings Found.
Springfield, O., Nov. 7. Suspecting
thnt Molllo Maker, 08, who was taken
to tho asylum a few days ago, had
money secreted in her home, her
niece, Miss Florence Held, and her
husband, Sol Haker, Instituted n search
of the dwelling and found a can hur
led In the cellar containing $1,440 in
gold and In tho garret $200 In green
backs was discovered.
Given Until the 15th.
Springfield, O., Nov. 4. The Com;
merclal club Thursday gave President
Samuel Hunt, of tho Detroit Southern
railroad, until November 15 to decide
whether or no he will accept tho $5,
000 raised by tho club for a site for a
now car Bhop or designate another
site which can bo purchased for tho
Committee Selecting a Site.
Marietta, O., Nov. 5. The. legisla
tive committee nppolnted by Gov. Her
rick to nnmo tho location for tho now
state Insane nsylum Is here. Three
locations In particular are being
shown them. They banquetted with
tho executlvo committee of tho board
Gave Themselves Up.
Springfield, O., Nov. 7. Noblo How
ard nnd Wilbur Ikard, two Negroes
who escaped from tho chain gang five
months ago, walked Into pollco head
quarters and gavo themselves up.
They said winter was coming on and
they wanted a placo to stay.
The Lima College.
Lima, O., Nov. 5. Tho Lima col
lege, formerly controlled by tho Luth
eran church, has passed Into new
hands and will be owned and man
aged by persons not connected with
tho church. President O. G. Schlen
lien, of Columbus, hns resigned.
The Result In Ohio.
Columbus, O., Nov. 7. Whllo tho
usual preparations havo been made for
tho receiving of tho returns at the
headquarters of the stnto committees
it Is not expected that much satisfac
tion will bo derived from tho results
In tho stnto Tuesday nlglit.
Can Erect the Fence.
Columbus, 0., Nov. 5. The supremo
court Friday morning affirmed the
right of the Cincinnati university
trustees to maintain a fence about Its
athletic field and chnrgo admission to
Colored Poet Receives a Token.
Dayton, 0 Nov. 7. Paul Lawrence
Dunbar, the Negro poet, who has been
ill for some time In his homo, Sunday
received from President Theodore
Roosovelt two volumes of bis ad
dresses, with his autograph.
Cincinnati, Nov. 7. The mystery of
the two Incondlnry fires of Cummins
vlllo which happened Saturday night
nnd Sunday morning was cleared up
buntiny afternoon when a full confos
slon was mado by Tom Cordrey, of
1020 vandnlla avenue.
Fire In Cincinnati.
Cincinnati, Nov. 5. Fire Friday
night destroyed tho flvo-story building
nt Front and Vino stroots occupied
by Shlnkle, Wilson & Krolst Co.,
wholesnlo grocers. Loss $50,000; cov
ered by,, insurance.
A Blaze at Akron.
Akron, O,, Nov. 7. Tho new Dob-
. '" block, six stories high, was near
dc,8troyed, by ro Sunday morning,
"l0 i. 1bo,n.B " at $60,000.
A'10 bl,l,,,ln,B ,m8 boen completed only
The origin of the Are
Inaugurated President of Otterbeln,
Columbus, O., Nov. 6. Otterbeln
university, with elaborate ceremonies,
attended by hundreds of alumni nnd
friends nnd representatives of various
colleges in tho state, inaugurated
Lewis Bookwaltor, P.P., president.
Lancaster High School Team Defeated
i.uijcusier,- u NOV, b.mo Chilli-
cotbe high, school team defeated the
Lancrter h,h cool team here Frl
Q'B'.,"fl?0taw' Tlie visit-
-. "iWea tue toeaUi and played
..& ."?. VTho
Two Unsuccessful Attempts Were
M nde at Havre tie Grace ami
THE WOULD-BE ROBBERS ESCAPED!
It is Thought That the 'Iwo Men,
White and Black, Boarded thn
Train While lu Baltimore.
One Bandit Tried to Break Down the
Express Car Door The Messen
ger Fired at Him and Pulled
the Signal Cord.
Phiiarininhin Nnv 7 Amnrftin in
tho crew of tho Philadelphia and Now
York express train on tho Pennsylva'
nla railroad, which left Washington
at 6:60 Sunday night, two unsuccess
ful nttempts were made to hold up
the train at Havre do Ornco and Per
ryville, In Maryland, by two men, one
of whom was a Negro. Tho men es
caped. It Is believed tho men boarded the
trnln at Baltimore. Just as the train
approached tho long brldgo nt Havre
do Grace, the express messenger, T. -Scton hospital to St. Peters cathedral
Horbcrt Carter, saw a whlto man pry- .Sunday was ono of tho most numor
Ing at tho front door of the express !ml8lv attended occnslons In the hls
car with an Iron bar. A moment nft- .1 ot Cincinnati. Along- tho lino of
or hn discovered this tho man thrust
a revolver throuch a crovlco which tho
bnr had made. Ho ordered the mes
senger to lot him In, but tho messen
ger ropllcd by firing his revolver and
pulling tho signal cord for tho engi
neer to stop.
When the trnln enmo to a stop Con
ductor Sibley rnn forward to tho en
glno nnd thcro found n colored man
standing on tho coal In tho tender with
n revolver In hand. He ordered the
man down. At first no refused, but
after n short argument he left tho
tnnilr. fJnlntr linnl in thn nynresM pnr
ho was told by tho messenger what
had happened, but tho white mnn had
Tho train resumed Its journey and
when It reached Perryville, on tho
farther side of the bridge, the two
men again appeared, one on the ten
der and the other on the front plat
form of tho express car which was
Immediately behind the tender. Thn
train was again promptly stopped, but
before tho two men could be captured
they disappeared In the dnrkness.
At Wilmington, Del., the conductor
roported the matter and telegrams
were sent to Baltimore, Perryville,
Havre de Grace and other points along
the line to Intercopt tho men, If possi
ble The express car was carrying a
Inrgo quantity of produce In crates
and boxes, but under somo burlap bags
were three small Iron safes In which
thero was valuables.
The conductor says the engineer
nnd fireman of the locomotive saw the
Negro on the tender, but ns they wero
not armed they could do nothing.
Were Closed By Order of
St. Louis, Nov. 5. Russia's exhibits
In two of tho exhibit palaces at tho
World's fair wore closed Friday by
order of the exposition management.
Tho cause of tho closing was n reopen
ing of tho Dispute between the fair
management and foreign exhibitors
relative to tho payment of a percent
age on cash sales at their exhibit
booths. Prcsidont Francis said Friday night
that under the rules of tho division
of exhibits governing tho salo of ex
hibits at tho fair, If exhibitors wish
to sell from their spnees during tho
exposition period nrrnngement to that
effect must bo made, approved by tho
chief of the department, with the di
rector of oxhlblts nnd with tho direc
tor of concessions. This nrrnngement
consists of fixed rate of percentngo to
bo paid by tho exhibitor to tho exposi
tion on every ensh salo.
JOY IN IGORROTE VILLAGE.
Birth of a Boy Baby, the First During
the World's Fair.
St. Louis, Nov. 4. There was great
beating of torn toms and wild demon
strations of Joy In tho Igorroto vil
lage at the exposition Thursday over
tho birth of a boy baby, tho first child
born In the vlllago during tho oxposl-u
tton. The father, Apoguet. b, 2? years
oia ana Dears a record oi naving se
cured tho heads of five oncmlos. So
bllla, tho mother, is 20.
GU8TAVE BOU8CAREN DEAD,
He Was Chief Engineer of the Cincin
Cincinnati, Nov. 7. Gustavo Bous-
caren, aged 04, chief engineer of tho
new Cincinnati waterworks now being
constructed nnd whp hns been tho en
gineer for the construction of rail
ways, brldgos and other largo Improve
ments throughout tho country, died
hero Sunday night.
Erlcksen's Expedition Returns.
Copenhagen, Nov. 7. Myllus Erlck
sen's expedition, nftor two years nnd
a half exploring Greenland, returned
Sunday with valuable othnolographl
cnl and scientific records, the explor
ers having lived with the nntlvea.
Reduced Postage on Foreign Matter.
Washington, Nov. 5. Mr, Ncall, the
American charge at Lima, Poru, lias
reported to the state department that
the Peruvian government has reduced
tha postage on all mail matter going
out of Peru.
Suicide Bequeathed Property to Frisnd
Denver, Col., Nov. 5. Mrs. Jesslo
fludlBlll, to whom Mrs. Lou .Hough
ton, of Memphis, Tcnn,, bequeathed
her property before committing sui
cide, Is a clerk In the state auditor's
office, here. She was a friend, not a
sister, to the dead woman.
Ordered t.e Put te 8ta.
'Gibraltar, Nor. 5, -The battleships
Victorious and MaknlflceBt have sail
ed under orders to patrol, the straits.
Tha battleships Illustrious aad Jupi
ter bar bfM ordered to Mit'to ma
(MMdtataiy, J 1 ,a
Negotiations Instituted Between Hit
United States and Germany.
Washington, Nov. 5. Negotiations
have been Initiated for a treaty of ar
bitration between Germany and the
United States. Several days ago,
President Roosevelt suggested to Bar
on Sternburg, the Gorman ambassa
dor, that a treaty of arbitration be
tween the United States and Germany
would, In his judgment, be very desir
able. Ambassador Sternburg coincid
ed with this view and told the presi
dent that lie would Inquire of his gov
ernment what steps, If any, It desired
to tako In the matter. Late Friday
afternoon Ambassador Sternburg
called up President Roosevelt and In
formed him thnt tho German govern
ment expressed Itself as entirely
agreeable to the- president's proposi
tion and that he had been directed to
open iormai negotiations rpr sucn a
!t,rca1ty: TheB0 noBotlatlona will be con-
,"eu uy Ainuassuuur oiernuurg un
tho part of Germany and Secretary
Hay on tho part of the United States.
Removed From the Seton Hospital to
St. Peter's Cathedral.
Cincinnati, Nov. 7. The removal of
tho remains of Archbishop Eldor from
ninrcn 01 tno solemn procession 01
clergy, pnrlsli school children, Catlio
He societies nnd others, even the hoitso
tops wore crowded. Tho pollco hod
hard work to clear an exit at tho hos
pital and later an entrance- to the ca
thedral. At tho hospital Archbishop
Moellcr, Chancellor Dutton and Fa
ther Nau chanted tho Dc Profundls.
When tho archbishop and tho clergy
received tho remains nt the cathedral,
the1 Franciscan Fathers chanted the
office of the dend, tho VcBpers. Then
j1'10 wnltlng multitude passed through
."' view mo remainM.
THE STRIKING ENGINEERS.
They Decide to Accept a Reduction of
5.55' Per- Cent.. In. Wages.
Springfield, HI., Nov. 7. Officials of
tho Illinois United Mine Workers re
ceived reports Sunday afternoon from
tne state to me eixect mat a
largo per cent, of the striking engi
neers have decided to accept a reduc
tion of 5.55 ner cent. In wanes and
'become members of tho miners' o;
gantzation. tucso men will appear
at the mines Monday and ask to be
Whllo tho reports conflict with tho
statement mado Saturday afternoon by
Mack Taylor, of Danville, president
of tho engineers, thnt practically ev
ery district had voted to continue tho
strike, the officials of the United Mlno
Workers say there is no question1 that
tho majority of tho engineers will go
back to work.
KILLED HIS FATHER.
He Old It In Defense of His Mother
Detroit. Mich.. Nov. 7. Edward
Howard, a patternmaker living nt 501
I Fort street, east, was shot and liiRtnnt-
ly killed Sunday by his son Arthur,
nged 21 years, whllo tho older man
had his wlfo and daughter pinned to
tho floor by their throats. Ho had
been drinking nnd had quarreled with
Mrs. Howard because she would not
give him moro money. Tho shooting,
It is claimed by tho son and motlier,
STEEL RAILWAY TIE8.
Lake Shore Railroad Officials Will Use
Them as An Experiment.
Cleveland, O., Nov. 7. Lake Shore
railroad officials have placed an order
for 7,000 steel ties to be used ns nn
experiment, probably near tho eastern
terminus of tho road at Buffalo. Part
of tho order will be given to tho New
York Central for use on that road and
If the results are satisfactory, It is ex
pected that a more general uso of the
steel tics will be made along the on
tiro system of the Vanderbllt roads,
CATTLE Common .$2 25
f0, BierR c 00
j SofcffiTw ' ." '
Mixed nacker8 4 05
SHEEP Extra 3 C5
1.AMBS Extra 6 85
FLOUR Spring pat. C 35
WHEAT No. 2 red.
No. 3 wlntpr ......
CORN No. 2 mixed.
'OATS No. 2 mixed.
PORK Clear Mesa..
RYE No. 2 ........
HAY Ch. timothy. . .
Choice crcamory . .
POTATOES Per bbl
TOBACCO New ....
FLOUR Winter nat. R an ffti
WHEAT No. 2 red. I 15
No. 8 spring ..,,., 1 02
tiuiiN-Mo, 2 mixed,
OATS No. 2 mlxod.
RYE No. 2
PORK Moss , 10 95
LAUD Steam 7 00
FLOUR Win. sfrts. 5 35
WHEAT No. 2 rod,
uuhn No, 2 mixed.
OATS No. 2 mixed,
LARD Steam .,.,.,
WHEAT No. 2 red.
CORN No. 2 mixed.
OATS No, 2 mixed.
CATTLE Steers .., 8 76
HOGS Pressed ,,.,. 6 60
WHEAT No; 2 red,
CORN No. 2 mixed, fJ
OATS No. 2 mixed,
f f t si
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WHBAT No. Ini . t'.
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THE AIRSHIP RACES
Grcntedt Demonstration in the,
Hiitory of the World Will
Take Place at St.Loni&
FIVE MACHINES TO TAKE PART.
In Principle of Propulsion the Air
hips Vary as Widely as
They Do lu Site.
Winning Time Will Be the Average of
Three Best Trips, Provided This
Average Be at Least 20
' Miles An Hour. '
St. Louis, Nov. 7.1 Unless the weath
er conditions Interfere the greatest
demonstration of airships In the his
tory of the world will take place at
the World's fair aeronautic concourse
in a fow days.
Housed in the aerodrome are five
Hying machines, ombodylng as many
different principles and varying In slzo
from tho monster airship Invented and
built by Hlppolyto Francois, of Paris,
Fiance, with its Immense gas-bag con
taining 05,000 cubic feet of hydrogen
gas, to the comparatively small oai-
loon belonging to a. L. Reynolds, of
Los Angeles, Col., which, when fully
Inflated, has a capacity of only 5,000
In princlplo of population,' the air
ships vary as widely as they do In
size. Two of them como .to tho
World's, fair with records of success
ful (lights, ono of which, the llnldwln
"California Arrow," has demonstrated
hero on two occnslonsthnt It Is diri
gible and not dependent upon currents
of air for its momentum.
Tho first flight thnt Is scheduled
lu tho contest for tho grand prize of
$100,000 offered by tho Louisiana pur
chase exposition under tho following
Course to be "L" shaped, start to be
made at the angle of tho "L" and tho
length of the full course not less than
ten miles nor more than 15.
Number of trials allowed unlimited.
but each competitor must mnko tho
full course at least three times.
"Tho winning tlmo shall bo tho av
erage of the thrco best trips, provided
that this average time be at least 20
miles an hour.
Tho Inst qualification has so far
proved tho stumbling block to the va
rious aeronauts now nt tho World's
fnlr. Thoy claim that tho rato of
speed prescribed Is excessive and Im
possible to attain for so great a dis
LOCOMOTIVE TURNED OVER.
Engineer E. B. Lynch and Fireman H.
L. Klpps Were Killed.
Roanoke, Va., Nov. 7. A Norfolk ft
Western freight train, west bound,
from Roanoke, ran Into a derailing
switch nenr Radford at an early hour
Sunday and was wrecked. Tho engine
turned .over on Engineer E. D. Lynch,
or Roanoke, and Fireman H. L. Klpps,
of Dlucksburg, killing both of them.
The doad men leave families.
A HOTEL FIRE.
The Proprietor and His Wife
Burned to Death.
New York, Nov. 7. Joseph Capplo,
a hotel-keeper of Chauncey, Westches
ter county, after saving his aged
mother and father and throo children,
from his burning hotel, lost his own
life early Sunday morning by rushing
into tho flames when ho learned that
his wife had not escaped. The bodies
of Capplc and his wife wero found la
ter In the. collar lying sldo by side,
burned almost beyond recognition.
First Degree Murder.
Charlottesville, Va., Nov. 7. J. Sam
uel McCue, for four years mayor of
Charlottesville, was found guilty of
tho murder of his wife, Fanny McOuo,
on Sunday night,- September 4 last.
The verdict was murder In the first
degree, which carries with It tho (loath
The Cruiser West Virginia.
Boston, Nov, 3. With perfect
weather and sea conditions the armor
ed cruiser West Virginia Wednesday
went over the Cape Ann course for her
official four hour speed trial and
veloped an averse speed of .2214
knots per hour. The contract with tho
United Statos government called for a
sustained average speed 0 four hours
of 22 knots per hour.
Cruiser Olympla In a Collision.
Gibraltar, Nov. 7. The cruisers
Olympla, Cleveland and Pes Moines,
of the United States European squad
ron, Rr. Adm. Jowell commanding,
havo arrived here. Tho Olympla had
in tow the Drltlsh schooner Elizabeth
with her- stern budly damaged by a
collision with the Olympla tho night
of November 6. The Olympla was not
..Conflagration at Tlfton, Qa.
Macon, On., Nov. 6, Tlfton, Qa.,
suffered the most disastrous conflagra
tion In the history of tho city Friday.
Friday night the loss was estimated
at approximately $260,000. The Insur
anco was light. There were no casu
alties. To Bd the Troops Farewell.
St. Petersburg, Nov, 5. Emperor
Nicholas will start on November 8 for
Pwlnsk, Vitebsk, Lovltch and Souval
kl, to bid farqwell to troops departing
for tho far east. The trjp will occupy
Student Killed, In football Qame. ,
Greonvllle, Mich., 'Nov. 7. Henry
Lodlng, right guard of the Greenville
high school football eleven, was killed
In a game vwuh the .Harvard high
school at Harvard. Peafh Is supposed
to have been dua to a kick on the
The' irrigation Congress.
81 Paso, Ta..' Hov.rJ.-rThe, execu
tive coaainKta ,of the 12th National
Irrtgatto 1 earee has mallid.to all
detfaUf1. at, .mIvmm .nnwrani ,of tha
rpeMUaca:af ,tJi coming session of
t so to k;kW if eUy.
It Pavara ftsvirnmsht Beard 'to ttttdy
Pretostlen ef Children and Animal,
Rt. Louis, Not,- 0, The board! of di
rectors of the American Hninaie as-,
doclatlon had been Instructs, by a re.
nlutlon adopted at the final session bt,
tb association convention,, bald TtlA
day on the. World's fair grounds, to1
draft and secure the passage by cosk
gross of a bill providing for tha crea-'
tlon of a government board to study,
the protection of children and animals!
and urge and suggest means for Its I
A resolution was adapted thanking!
Oor. DeeaVy far- his efforts to sup-1
press bun Ightlng in the neighborhood'
oft the World's fair grounds,'
In a paper, read by Mrs. Anna Har
ris Smith, of Dosfon, prepared by Mrs.
Theodore Thomas, of Chicago, presi
dent of the Anti-Cruelty society'; it
"The present system of the educa
tion of children Is far from snttsfac-'
tory. Children are trained In the art
of cruelty. Their earliest toys gen
erate In them that spirit. One nt the
first things given to a boy Is1 a whip,
then he Is presented with n set of tin
soldiers, and .when the lad goes out of
doors ho receives'- a toy gun with
which he amuses himself in killing
Innocent creatures. Thero Is nothing
to bo fitted for t's holcsomo devel
opment or tho.othiv ti.idcs Of charac
ter of a child" than caio for the pro
tection of anlnutls nnd tha study of
suture. Another objection to tho edu
cation of children Is that they aro
given more liberties thnn nt their
youthful ago tljoy. know how to cm
ploy." The election, of officers resulted as
follows: President, Dr. Alfred Lef
ftngwell, of Aurorn. N. Y.; secretary;
Mrs. Mary P. Lovoll, of Wyandotte,
Pa.; trcasiirer, Alfred Millard, of
CROWN PRINCESS LOUlSE.
She Desires to Become Reconciled
With Her Husband.
Florence,. Italy, Nov. 5. The former
Crown Princess Louise, tho divorced
wife of the present king of Saxony,
hns arrived here, desiring, it Is said,
to bo nenror Rome In order to facili
tate the negotiations with tho vntlcan
Princess Louise of Coburg.
with tho object of bringing about a
reconciliation with the king. This Is
here considered to be more probable
now, owing to the death of the late
King Oeorge, who was Implacable.
Princess Louise Is stopping at a pri
vate villa here.
A Nationalist Slapped the Face of tha
Minister of War.
Paris, Nov. 6. Friday's sitting of
the chamber of deputies was ono of
the stormiest and most heated In re
cent years, tho excitement culminat
ing when Oabrlel Syveton, a promi
nent nationalist deputy, stepped up to
Oon. Andre, the minister of war, and
slapped his face. Aftor accomplish
ing this feat, Syveton retreated rap
Idly to tho uppermost row of seats,
taking refuge behind members of the
opposition, A tremendous tumult en.
sued, deputies of all parties crowding
up the floor of tho house, whero a
free fight was soon in progress.
COUNTESS OP CASTILLANE.
The Receivers Authorized to Make
Annual Payments to Her Attorneys,
New York, Noy, 5, Judge Lacombe,
"j, ' . . . 3 .
do-','",' T ' l , c,reu L ..'
11$?"" " '"f
Oeorge J, Gould and Miss Helen Mil
ler Gould, ns receivers of the Income
of their sister, the Countess of Cas
(ollane, to mnVe stated annual pay
ments to the attorneys who wore on
gaged in strnlghtonlng out the legal
affairs' of the countess when she was
in financial difficulties,
President Orders Trial.
Washington, Nov. 7. The war de
partment has sent orders for the
court-martial of Capt. Pavld B. Mulll
ken, 27th Infantry, now stationed at
Fori Sheridan, III, He Is charged with
deserting his wife and .duplicating pay
Will Visit the Canal Zone.
Washington, Nov, f, Members of
the house cojhmlttoe on interstate aud
foreign oommorce haye arranged to
make a trlpto tho Panama canal zone,
starting from New York on the 14th
Inst., for the purpose of acquiring in
formation as a basis of legislation.
Ship Afire For Two Weeks.
. Bremen, .Nov. 7. Tho Norwegian
steamer Guernsey, from' Savannah.
Ga.( October 15, arrived here Saturday
wiin nericargo in 1110 after hold, about
8,000 "bales of cotton, bUrning.-The
flrn hrnkn nut n farlnluht
Death of Qen. Jssss J. Flnlev. I
Lake City, Fla., Nov., 7. Geo. Jesse
J. Flnley, one of the few surylvlng
brigadier generals of the confederate
army, died here, Sunday. Gen, Flnley'
was 03 'years old,. He; rose from tho
raak of, private' to that of brigadier
general. jj '
h "'The Parslgn Artrtxhibita; '
M, Iuis; Nov;,s7.ArraBaents
are ( being wade for the transportation
at llw etoeV of tha- taotlon'a
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Effective November M, I ris.
Mlllahnm fJlBclnni .!
-Blllsbero Blaniester. v
88:10 a. at. ' t:00a. m.
ts.eop.Bi. 4-otp. at.
TralnS marked Dnio dally.
Tralos marked tr m dally except Sua ay.
Trains marked sr n Eondat only.
Sunday train at 8:10 a.m. connect HBIia
Chester for Columbus, Pittsbnrg, Ofcllllcotfee
md eastern cities
Train at D 7:5 p m. connect at Blanche
ler for polals west, alno for Oolumbn Pitt
1'or 8t Loulv Louisville, and points West
iT.no am. ana 11 jo t. it
For Columbus and intermediate points
(70 a. m t220 p- ra. aod-milip m.
For P.ttsburr and Eut, 7o a. in. and
D7:15 p. m
For QretLflcld. ChlUlcothe and all eutera
cities, MM a. m andy.ll p. m
Dagcaoe checks aud through tickets lasaed
to all olnU In the United Ma tee, Canada or
Meilco No transfer at Oil clnnatl.
Information concernln trains, time of
connection sleeping ear reservation etc.'
heerfully given by calling on or address.
O.'P, Mccarty, O. P. A. J. K. Sands, A it
Cincinnati, O. UllUboro; O.
World's Fair Route,
TO 1 T. LOUIS, M0
B. & 0. S-W.
Rates from HUlsboro, Ohio. .
Soasou Tickets $17.50
OO.Day Tickets $14.00
15-Dny Tickets $13.00
Coacli TlckctH $0.50
Coach tickets on sale until further
notice dally excepting Fridays and
Saturdays. Limit 7 days.
Special St. Louis Schedule leaves
HUlsboro at 7:50 a. m., arriving at
St. Louis at 8:30 p, m., also at 7:15 p.
in., arriving at at. Louis at t.Sj9 a. m.
For furtberirnformatlon call on or
J.. E. SANDS, Agent.
Every Dav S
"WORLD'S PAIR ROUTE"
6 m ROUND
' OOOD ON ALL, TRAINS.
Return Limit 7 Days.
Ask your Local Agent for Time of
Trains, Illustrated World's Fair Fold
er, Hotel and Boardlnp; House Guide
and World's Fair Ground Plan Folder.
Or address O. P. McOARTY,
General Passenger Agent, Cin
Rocky Mountain Tm Nuggfts
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. 4 ylno A" Constipation, Indigestion, Live
and Kidney Trouble. Pimples, Eczema, Impure
Blood. Bad Breath. (HursTO BoweltJleadMbe
and Backache. It's Booky MoustaUTrea Is Ub
let form, an cents a boi. Ckiutae made' by
Hoixurraa Daoo OaanuiY, Madison, Wis.
tOLDEN NUMETS FOR IALMW PEOPLE
is paying 4 per cent, in
terest to over 39,000 de
positors representing near
ly every State in the Un
ion, Capital and Surplus
Send for booklet
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No. 1 Euclid Avenue, '
Teaeheri' anamination. ,'
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amlaers hereby gives, notice that examina"
$i'iLaPJ?.,Ic5Sa ,f?r Mrtiacatoi will i t&V
wHin.rsceptingjuae and July,, - . - ' i
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