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AVcgclablc Preparation lor As -slmilatirig thcFoodniulRcguta ting the Stomachs andDawcls of XL. Promotes DigesUoTvCfccrful ncss afid EcstConlains neither OpiumTMorphino HDrlUncfal. WOT NAltCOTlC. Xtev afOldDrS.WUELrirUIER JimJiut $eJ- sOx.Senn SetfL' Jinpernautf -fh Carton fl filtmSetd -fliiiifud Jiiprr . tiinHsyrw f lavor. A perfect Remedy for Constipa tion. SourStonuch.Diarrhoca, 'Worms .Convulsions Jcvcrish acss and Loss or Sleep. TacSuiHe Signature of TEW YOHK. ' o CXACT COPVOF WRAPPER. BOTHA A BOSTON FAILURE, Dlllaway & Starr, Hanker and Broker, AiilKn-llank Failure at I'ort Jartli, X. Y. For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of AW 1 W For Over Thirty Years nnm w nnrnH (11 THI CCNTAUR COMMNT, NCW VOKK CITY. IJoston, Dec. 19. Dillaway & Starr, bankers and brokers, of this city, have assigned. The lirm Is one of the most prominent of the kind in the city and is composed of Charles F. W. Diiiaway, George II. Flint and A. W. haw rente. The linn, jt is understood, ih two other houses, carried a large quantity of mining stoi ks. The embarrassment of the Globe national bank and the sub sequent Hurry in the Mock market is said to have been the reason for the as signment, as the firm was a heavy loser. New York, Dec. 19. The National Dank of Fort Jarvis, N. V., did not open its doors for business Tuesday. A no tice signed by Fresident Francis Mar vin and Vice Fresident Sharp was post ed, saving that ttmpornry suspension was necessitated by the stringency in the New York money market. The suspension is attributed primarily to the recent defalcation of L. E. Gold smith, the assistant cashier. At a meeting of the dealing house committee Tuesday, a second subscrip tion of lO.coo.eOO was made up for lend ing in the stock market. I-ondon, Dec. 10. The failure of the London and Northern bank, limited, a comparatively small concern, was an nounced. The directors issued a state ment attributing the failure to the al leged libelous assert ions regarding the !.... k vv'iieh h.ive appeared in llie press. The bark's n.-sets, according to the di rectors, should fully cover the liabilities. lJMtrt In l 'n in I im'-M r ! I. r p. I'Kii Irt, Calcutta. Dec 10. Tht di.-tic&s, i,, the faiuint -si r ; K -1 . i '. i t - ing mute .iii.i-. Ai.n, SOUS ha e I ect i i il I t lit ! Murder nixl I.) iieliitiK. Dunbar. Fa.. Dee. !!. Sanford White, Mil ri I it ( -of Sir I lie. Washington, Dee. 19. The jiostmas ter general has ordered that hereafter the length of service as letter carriers shall not lie indicated on the uniforms of carriers by stripes, but by rtur. l or lie years' scriee they will wear one black siik star; two stars for ten years; one red silk star for 1." years and two for "0; one silver star for 125 years, two for HO; one gold star fcr .'?5 and two for 10 rears. nrnvr' nn en Fflll Vtctius to stomach, liver and kidnev OIT lor I :i':a. & MiiK oTi:;.!. Other build jnj,r are now burninc , Bears the 7 m ma m ,,avB ftlway5 mgn mtaintmM JTt t mi m. mwi mmiuuiiiiiii n i win i Xhere must be a (JJU ieasuii way uiu uuiiuu vjai Rly lovers oi America Duy minions 01 jth2 ' COFFEE in nrefer- v's&v r Y&.. I i'c.TV"ir --". y mmM& oounds of ARBUCKLES ziipSif ence to any other kind. The reason is found in gPydiSigj iWSf its rich drinking qualities; in its permanent good- M j pUMf ness- The quality never changes. Whether you buy (7 i,i rr 1 1 Vi.VarJ uw arouna trie corner, vou eei me same conee, uie same uuu- wj ffl ness, the same value for your deceived if you buy money. You can't be LraM iM Cb E It is prepared by an individual firm who value their reputation too highly to endanger it by lowering the standard of their coffee. It is hermetically sealed and put up in packages by people of many years experience and utmost reliability. It is not ground because ground coffee loses two-thirds of its flavor before reach ing the consumer. It is not sold in bulk because of the rteelKilitioo rf rHii1tfrntinn Tt ?c tint qhIH at n hicrh nrirn S because it is better to sell millions of pounds of coffee at a small profit than hundreds of pounds at a large profit. Every package of Arbuckko' Roasted Coffee con tains in formation about many valuable articles that the consumer is entitled to receive. Ask your grocer for Arbucklcs' Roasted Coffee. ARB3XJCK1LB BEOS., Notion Department, Nov York City, A if I x i r i I' I" . . , . , . ,. ... -r..!.!. ;-:. . c: 1- women, and suprrmtendent of crst ruct ion of the' , , . ... , : . .1. barney ( oke company, was shot jn t,,e ,iloo,K MrVaehe. nervousness. and killed ly David Fierce, a coloret! , )u.H);;l );e ,,, tired, listless, inn.lown enitilovc. I'ieree then Ih-d to the iiioiin- ' r....i;,,.- T.ni tlwn- ij m. iifi-.l to f.'fl New Vol k Dee. 1. .i j. lien. I.e.. a- tains, followi d by an angry mob. lit- ' like tlii. J W tianlner, of bl-tville, aril V.'... !, : I.c i.c w 1;, .., , inln! g.t - was :! rut t! !i, hiding and riddled , ' :i ; , - " etrie D i t t --t s ;:! i'lst crnoi i;i i.ei ai oi Cuba, siufil .Ml u niav with buliei . Dca t li was i i. t a n 1 a neons, i ike thi ay ljf ,i in m when he h i. t care for Havana. i There was areat eeitcnient. wliether lie' lives or dies It gav me ; i new s. length and good -.tppetitt?. r can I'rle I'iuliter Killed. ! v fierce Fire. now eat a n t tii ng nd have a new lease St. I.oui.-, Dec. l.". - lit nr Neise, of i pinni ' s C Dee 1' t'iist rous I " 1',t' ' Onlv 50c at Sharrar 6c Mul this city, wa, IJilet; by Fled JUllerson, ,, ,kau a t i".i:". which "t hreatened to de- h"l""r ,f,rK st,,re ,,:vtT' ,,oltk Of Utah, in u prue liht here. j stro the entire town, started here : "ara!,u DeWitt's kittle I-ariv Risers purifv ! ;,r,.v """"'"sT- The tire started j he blond, clean the lier, invigoi ite in hotel on i:ans street. The the system, l-'amous little til!s for con-i hotel, city hall, Hank of Florence and stip:'ti'n -ind liver iroubh-s. Sharrar' fnc two-story stores hae burned 111 D Gea. Buller Meets with a Serious Reverss in Trying to Cross the TuReli River. BOERS RAIN BULLETS ON THE BBiTISH. Iiiuliiud In AroiiM il niitl Send Field ln 1 nit I Ui, e littu .vilt'i. ciier to tin I 'run I -l'MoniioiiH l.i ?n Iteiorted 1. 11 teal Ne from tin See ne of Strife. AT MOUNT VERNON. Centennial Annl verMiiry- of the Dralb of YVfiMhluu ton Oliver cil TUe rrenltleut I'ajn Trlliute. London, Dee. li.-(!en. Futler, in a dispatch to the war ollice, tells of a seri ous reverse near Co'euso while attempt ing to cross the Tugela river, which is looked upon as the worst event that has transpired in the South African cam paign. The I'ritish troops were again led into a trap. Friable to withstand the furious raining of bullets from Doer ritles, the Dritish were forced to retreat, and besides heavy losses in killed and wounded, 11 big guns were left behind. Coin;; to the Front. London, Dee. IS. 1'ngland is aroused indeed. All tier reserves, a strong force of yeomanry, other mounted volunteers, all her available colonial troops, and a strong di ision of militia are ordered to the seat of war. Field Marshal Lord Foberts will o as comma::'! in-chief, and f' Lord Kitchener, of Khartoum fani". will accompany him as second in com mand. These ttaitlil.g Older, ha.e Washington, Die. 13. Mount Ver non was the scene Thursday of the most uniOjUe and impressive cert inony in iu rkdi and picturesque history. Masons of high degree from all over the United States and Canada met at the tomb of Washington in services commemorat ing tlx- one hundredth anniversary of the death of the greatest American. Fresident McKinley delivered an elo-,...-., 1 .I . t , , first president, and senators ami repre sentatives in congress, high oflicials of he government and distingiu hed pri vate citizens were participants and spectators of the solemn sen ice. The president said in part: "We hve Just participated In a service commemorative cf the one hunrlrtdih an niversary of the death of George Washing ton. Here at his old home, which he loved tu will, and whlcii the natrlotlc women of the country huve t'uurUed with lovlr.g hand, exercises nre conducted under .he auspices of the great fraternity of Masons, which a cer.tury atjo planned and cxreuted the solemn ceremonial which attended the Father of His Country to his tomb. The lodijcj in which he was Initiated arid lii.- one uvt r which hi: at u 1 vv urds ire "iueJ a; worshipful master, accorded po itions of honor at his obseqults, are to-day rep resented here In token of profound respect to thf memory of their mot illustrious n;t niber and buiovcd bioiiur. .Iasor..s throuyhuut U.l- L'i.lte-1 States testify anew their reverence for the name of Washington and the inspiring example of his life. Distinguished representatives ir" hrr from rill the crand i''?H of in rountry to render the ceremonies us dig niti vd and Impressive as possible, at.d most cotdiil greetings hav" come- from aero u- woidi i.-y ur.J fi-oi. L i...l tie : 1. "Not alone In this rnintry, but throeh diit the world, have .Masons taken especial interest In the obst rvar.ci- of this centi-r.ni il ain ir.iary, Uiie uaiiii.ny ju.ni) 1 .....i Tit 110 LA WTON IS KILLED Shot Dead While in Front of His Troops at San Mateo. I Bullet Strikes Hi in in tho Breast 1 ami He Di": Almost Im- lneilititely. Nev3 of the Dr.ti; of the Brave Of ficer Causes D:jp S )rrowat Wash ington and at His Home. Was a Gallant Fighter and Had Won Special Praise for His Service in the Philippines j Coin in Union nit llrliuller (ienrrul I Wni lleliiw: Ile Out lien rn I of Death Was MeeeHed. THE FIRST RULE OF GOOD COOKERY. v, -wxNsc 'Tim been ine(! hv tin war oHiee. Tliey mean that a!m;t the whole .trenyth !' the I'.iiti.-li eiiipire will lie llili' into South Africa. I 11 ii r iii i) us I.osies. I.iindnn. Dee. IS. (Jen. ISuller ie ports that his casualties in tin; Tugela river little renelie.l :i total of 1,007, ant Met ihmi' rmi.-eil lit makes his !o--iv :i? Mnvfi'-fonteiii '.tt'.. The IJrit ivh In..,-, in hilled. irioneis ami ini--ii.i:' t In oiiliout 1 he cainiain now 1 1 : i ii - t 7,:;r,n. 1 I'orei.11 I'rest. l.tilititiii, J)ee. 1. 1 lie foriin pl'e.-s icanls (lit at Ilritain'. eii.-i- (jnue, )osilil v jitu-teniliiir a di-M!ut it mi of the emjiire. The Parisian pit is gleeful. Austrian sympathetic ami (Jerinan un iiMiallv reserved. Tin re is little talUof Interference or of an attempt tt) take ailvantajj-e of the -itiiation. l'rt:Hptl the ltler. London. Dec. 1th- -The Daily Mail hears from a hitherto reliable corre spondent thnt (Jen. I'mllt r. after a stiff tiplit, crossed the Tugela rivi r. The correspondent also states that (Jen. Mcthuon's communications are cut. More Killed lteMirtel. London, Dec. l!h The war otliee has posted a revised list of the casualties in tlu. battle of Magvrsfontein, giving ol additional killed. Heavy Coat of the Wiir. London, Dec. 19. The Daily Chron icle's financial article, which is written by A. J. Wilson, a leading authority, jajs: "The expenditure for the war considerably exceeds JL' 2,000,000 per week, and as the treasury cannot hope to Pell its bills on the market under live? per cent., it is evident that the govern ment must soon come upon the market for money." I'rnm Moilder Illver. The latest, news from Moddcr river Is dated December Ifi. (Jen. Methuen's position was then unchanged. The llritih were constructing a number of redoubts for the protection of the camp. The Doers could be seen im proving their trenches. On Saturday afternoon they blew up the railway culverts two mHi'-s north of the Dritish camp. A brief report that the Dritish were shelled out of Vaal Kop by the Doers ami that they had returned to Arundel is all the news in reference to the area where (Jens. (Jatacre ami French are operating. the immortal patriot as or.-. of Its ir. n.h: rs; tli - w i.u.t human family ack..w dv s 1 im as one of Its r"at?t ! -ru-farto:-.-. l':.!i.lo patrxi .-M'l' .!. an! "' .?';: i n 17 tTinr.-, our citizens rvrywl;?:', hav- es-ti- rr. d it a plivilee to-day to pay tne;r inuutc to his nuiuury and to tiic .-plt.nOo: of hi- aehievf meats In the advancement of justice and liberty among men. 'i.aiian all the latervenii.i; years it has been true, forever tru to th-.- i i'- j ptsol the constitution which he and his il u trious eollcasuei framed lor its tc'.iidai:ee o crn:r. II -v. ; 1 ; ' !):! I :irrhi! c, snys Hnneroft. the h!.-l:rian. Hf.d but lor him the i.atioa could not have ;uhl -v d Its Ird'.p. t; ! v : , t 'V.;! ! h r.-r-formed 'ts uniop. f-iuid t h:iv ;"; th. federal ev rnment in 1 o or ra t i i:i. lit )-.ni ruithtr pr.'cdnt nor pt 1 decr.-sur. lli work was original and ronstruetivi an' has successfully stood the sevi rest te?ts "The nation needs at this moment the help of his wise example. In dealing with our vast responsibilities we turn to him We invoke the counsel of his life and char acter and courage. We summon his pre cepts that we may keep his pledges U maintain justice and !aw, education ar.ti morality, and civil and religious liberty 1e every part of our country, the new as wel ' as tho old." j President McKinley was accompanied J to Mount Vernon by all the members j of the cabinet now in the city, Gen. , Miles and (Jen. Corbin. Death of Lieut. Ilramh), Washington, Dec. IS. Lieut. Thomas M. Drumby, flag lieutenant to Admiral Dewey during the Manila campaign, who has been ill with typhoid fever for teveral weeks, died at (Jarfield hospital shortly after six o'clock Sunday evening. ! I'leniU Oullty. j Osceola, la., Dec. 1C Mrs. Julia L'r ,v ! by was called for trial Friday on tht I charge of murdering her husb;.i 1. Ni 1; j olas Crosby, at their home at Wood bine by shooting him. M:e p.cai.ic guilty. The shooting resulted froir family differences and the case attract ed wide attention. She will lie sen tenced, it is understood, to 2'J year im prisonment. I .oteil Mutineer Dead. Montreal, Dec. !:. Walter Shanly, t well-known mil engineer, died Sundaj at his home iu this city, aged fed years He' constructed the Iloosac mountair tunnel nnd was general manager of tht Grand Trunk lor four years, lie va associated with the development of tht St. Lawrence canal system. A .oel l'lan. Daltimore, Md., Dec. 15. The uniot reform party hns decided not to hold a nntlonnl comeution next year i name candidates for president acc vice president, but will select theii candidates by a direct mall vote oJ party members. .Mne Sailor Lout. Sault Ste. Marie, Mich., Dec. 13. Whaieback barge 115, which has been rntssingon Lake Superior since Wednes day last, was on Sunday given tip fot lost, with her crew of nine men. . The Wheat Crop. Washington, Dec. in. The statisti cian of the department of agriculture reports the wheat crop of th United Stttes for 1899 at 517,auu,UUJ bushels, 01 12.3 bushels per acre. Manila, Dee. J9. Maj. (Jen. Henry W. Lav. ion I.:;- b .-'lot ::: ki!'"! at San Mateo. lie was standing iu front of his troops, was shot in the biv.tsl, and tiinl in. on diutely. Gen. Lawl(n aiailnl Manila M unlay liijht with cavalry, under Capt. Lock ett, ;it!l ital tanoiis of llie i 1 nititli and Twenty-seventh infantry, under Lieut. Col. Sargent, lor the pur- y.i ?'' . -r .,., Af..,,, where ( Jt ronoino was saitl to h:ie U'jo insur gents. An) Oliielall) Itiltti.ueil ul' Death. Wa-hington, Dee. 19. t'p to one o'clock in the afternoon the war de partment had received no word of (Jen. Lawton's death except that con veyed in tho press dispatch, which wa immediately giien to the war 0T1 cials. The president's first intimation of the Ios;n of tlii-; brae ;.'!;' t-r was nisi ieu him by the press. 1 hc ois jiateh was sent to the white house while the cabinet meeting was in progress ar.tl was immediately sent to the cabinet room, where it was re ceived with evpres-ior:s of profound sorrow and regret. Dleil 011 Ihf of l'roiuotlon. it was learned at the war depart ment that instructions had been re ceived Monday "night from the pres ident to prepare (Jen. Lawton's com mission as a. brigadier general in the regular army to till one of the exist ing vacancies, and the adjutant gen eral's clerks were at work on the com mission when the information of Gen. Lawton's death was eonxeyed to the' department. Gen. Lawton was a na tive of Indiana ami won his commis sion in the army by signal gallantly durir.ir the war between the states. Sorrow In III llome City. Tort Wayne. Im!., Dec. 19. Grief is geni t al ri 1 d jenuit:e in tlii t if v oer the ;. v iioiii.eetr.et.t of Gen. Henry W. Lawton's death at San Mateo. Gen. Lawton was living in i'ort Wayne with his pan tits ant! wa.- a student at the outbreak of the rebellion. He enlisted in the .Ninth Indiai.a volunteers and later became lieutenant eolont I of the Thirtieth Indiana nyimont. He was a member of Sion S. Lass post, G. A. II.. here, am! a member in ood sta nding of Harmony Indjje. I. O. (). F. Sion S. Lass post 1 1 ; 1 T rai-ed a fund of nearly $1.0fii) to purehaseji testimonial sword, which was to be presented to (Jen. Lawton upon his return from the rhilljipin s. I '-1re ll'r t If ri r I . u ' Trll-'tc. Ie'!;:r.apolis, Ind., Dee. 19. Ii spt ak ing of Gen. Lawton, ex-Pre-ident Har rison said : "I had the highest appreciation cf den. Lawton as a soldier and citizen and hli loss will he deeply felt by Indiana. He was heroic, courageous, and we will miss him. It 1- distres-flre- rew , c,.rltnT wl-on the trouble In the Philippines Is so near an end. It Is too had that he did not live to come homo. Killed while in front of his troops. This would not iiRlaate that he met death while In action. I do not think the sword which had been cured for him through a popular subscription has been sent to him. I am very sorry, indeed, to har the distressing news. It I sad to think that such a deplorable loss should fall to Indiana just now. He has been an honor to Indiana, and other share my appreciation of his distinguished military services In the? Philippines. Killed as the news state. - ould indicate treachery some where." Wit 11 O001I Fighter. Gen. Lawton was known as a good fight er and soldier of experience and ability. He was horn in Toledo. O., and was ap pointed to the army from Indiana. He served in the union army throughout the civil war, having entered thp service as sergeant of company L, Ninth Indiana volunteer Infantry, in April, lv'd. He was successively promoted until In March, 1S0.. he was hrevettetl colonel for gallant and. meritorious services during the war. He entered the regular establishment In July. lVf.fi, a second lieutenant of the Porty-lirst Infantry (colored), and remained with that branch of the army ur.t il January, 1S71. In September, lVs, he was appointed inspector Kcneral, with the rark of major. At the opening of the war with Spain. President ALKiido ap"ii.ted him briga dier of volunteers nru assigned him to the command of a division ..f the Fifth army corps, commanded by Jen. Shatter. In July, he was chosen for the Im portant duty of openli:g the military op erations against the Spaniards by the cap ture of Caney ar.d the Ir . terceptlon of the Spanish reenforccnici.is then nearing San tiago tie Cuba. (Jen. I.awton sailed for the Philippine Is ands on the transport ilrai.t January 10. 1S9'J. His distinguished services In the Philippines are recent history. He received a special message of thanks from President ilcKlnley after his capture of San Isldro. ( all Mretlnit for i'rlirnnr) 22. Washington, Dec. 19. Senator Jones, chairman of the democratic national c ommittee, has issued a call for a meet Incr of the committee to be held at the llaleigh hotel, in this city, on the 22d of February next. The purpose of the meeting I to fiv n time nnd place for holding the national democratic con tention next summer.