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ABDMORE, IND. TER., SUNDAY MORNiNG, OCTOBER 14, 1900.
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We are showing the most gorgeous line of Tailor Made Suits, Jackets and - Single Skirts & A Perfect Fit Guaranteed wilh Every Garment HENINGER BROS., V 11 ACCEPT Youtaey's Condition la Slightly Improv ed Seaotor Hoar Talks Struck by a Train What the Strike Coat-Mr. Farf o Dead Haana'a Fund MINERS WILL, ACCEPT, BUT? By Bcrpps-McRse Press Association. Scranton, Pa., Oct. 13. The miners convention, late this afternoon, accepted the opera tors offer of ten per cent on condition that they bind them selves to hold the advance good until April 1, 1901, and that the sliding scale be abolished, and a few other minor conditions. million dollars. The greater part of this burden falls on Pennsylvania. MR. FARGO DIES SUDDENLY. By Scrlpps-afcRs Prase Association. Chicago, Oct 13. Charles Fargo, second vice-president of the American Express company, died suddenly at his home here today. lOt .IDIOTS LUCK QUIT WHEAT, BUT MAKES NINO PLAYINQ CARDS. Wood has postponed his trip to the United States until next Tuesday. The Havana council has made a liberal donation to the fund for WIN-1 the Galveston sufferers. DOT fOMS M 5GMD DESERTERS HAVE TO SWIM. By 8cnpp-If cRae Press Association. New York, Oct. 13. Several new recruits for the Philippines, now at Fort Slocum, 'on Long Island Sound, deserted. The fort on the island is about three miles from the mainland, and the men had to swim three miles for freedom. Walderaee Caaages Mia Heade.aartera Rebels Defeat tee Cblasae Issserlal Treesa Aa Edict Freei Easerer. Maaea Mar Callty Parties. MACARTHUR'S CASUALTY LIST. By Bertppe-af eRae Press asaortattnsv Washington, Oct. 13. A cable gram from Mac Arthur at Manila, i says: the transport Aztec sailed on the 10th. He also sends cas- l ualties of list of five killed and two wounded since Sept. 26. THE SLUSH FUND. By Fcrlpps-McRae Press Association. Crookville, Ohio, Oct. 13. in a speech here today Bryan charg ed that the republicans were collecting from trusts for cam paign purposes and'the trusts were collecting from the people between times. ' LETTER'S WINDFALL. By Berlpps-If cRae Press Association- Paris, Oct. 13. It is reported that Joseph Letter, who cornered the Chicago wheat market and is now here, has won ?25,000 from Pat Sheedy a well known gambler in a game of cards recently. THOUSANDS HEAR BRYAN. By Bciippi-McRae Press Association Mansfield, O, Oct., 13. It is estimated that forty thousand strangers are in the city to see and hear Bryan. Eighteen bands and ten thous and men were rade. in the great pa- VATICAN OFFICERS ARRESTED. By Scrlpps-McRas Press Association. Rome. Oct. 13. A minor of ficial of the Vatican has been ar rested on the charge of givin; the thieves access to the room from which recently, about ninetv thousand dollars were stolen. Fort Worth aDd Gainesville, Texas. SKINNER ENGINE CO., ERIE, PA. C 1 I toifactnre Automatic ifl loiis lines, Boilers, Elc. For Informit'on See SIDNEY SUGGS, Ardmore, I. T. YOUTSEY'S CONDITION. By Scrtpps-McRae Press Association. Georgetown, Ky.. Oct. 13. Youtsey, wtiose trial was post poned until tomorrow, was re ported to be somewhat improved tonight, and he now understands and obeys directions from his nurses, but keeps his eyes clos ed and says "nothing. Dr. Car- rick thinks the chances for brain fever are lessened. Some of the friends of Youtsey have been writinc threatening letters to o - - Judge Cantrell and States Attor nev Franklin, breathing dire it ' things if Youtsey is convicted. Georgetown, Ky., Oct. 13. When Youtsey's case was called tndav his attornevs objected to proceeding saying that Youtsey was not able for trial. The iudsre recessed court and w ordered physicians brought in at 11:30 court was called but one of the physicians was unable , to be present and a recess was ta ken until 2 o'clock. Georgetown, Oct. 13. In the Youtsey case this afternoon the judge granted a continuance un til Monday morning. DEWET'S FORCES SCATTERED. By Bcrlpps-lf cRas Press Association. London, Oct. 13. Roberts re ports DeWets men scattered in the neighborhood of Vaal river Many have deserted since the fighting on the 10th. The British loss was two kill ed and four wounded in the skirmish at Nelspruit ROOSEVELT'S ROYAL WELCOME. Bowling Green, Ky., Oct 13. Bowling Green where possible hostilities were anticipated Roosevelt got the warmest wel come in Kentucky so far. There were ten thousand cheerin, badgers on the public square near the depot ready to listen to the governor. WALDERSEE'S HEADQUARTERS. By Bcrlppa-McRas Press Association. Shanghai. Oct. 14. Count von Waldersee has decided to trans fer his headquarters to Pekin, because of the prevalence of dysentery at Tien Tsin. . MINERS SECRET SESSION. By Bcrlpps-afcRas Press AssoelaUoB. Scranton, Pa., Oct. 13. The miners convention was called to order at 9 o'clock by President Mitchell. The work is strictly private and no indication of what is transpiring has been given out. REBELS DEFEAT IMPERIALS. By Bcrtpps-McRaa Prase Association. Hong Kong, Oct. 13. It is reported from Canton that the rebels had captured the city of Wai Chow, defeating the impe rial troops sent against them. Sixty on both sides were kill ed. If the rebels are successful, it is expected they will march on Canton. i. L THE CORNER GROCERY STORE At h l I -1 - . F I -I I a. a ar" - I 1 1 ar A 1 M w JS a a m w ... My abasl'4. C -J 4 f W - - " l) ja LET ME SELL YOU 10UK SENATOR HOAR TALKS. By Scrlpps-McRas Press Association. Concord, Mass., Oct 13. Sen ator Hoar made his first speech of the campaign here last night. OPPOSE OPERATORS PROPOSITION By Bcrlpps-HcRss Press Association. Scranton, Pa., Oct. 13 Pres ident Mitchell said this morning "During the entire session of the convention yesterday after noon the question at issue was debated bv the delegates in an earnest, conservative manner and the opposition to the propo- of the guilty. sition of the operators appeared unanimous. "It appeared also to be the intense desire to have the organ ization officially recognized." nAT wav nHOPS.CORN and BRAN. ti ....... - ft x p JONES Free and prompt delivery 1 w -v. S)JalkAJ,J,i!,s IQueen ot the- Fantm Absolutely the BEST FLO UK that money can buy. Once used, always used. . - - to to to STRUCK BY A TRAIN. Nevada, Mo., Oct. 13. James Prater and sons Philip and Jehu of Claremore, 1. T., while driv ing near here last night were struck by a Katy train. Philip was killed and the others are badly injured. PINGREE OUT OF POLITICS. By Scrlpps-McRae Press Association. Detroit, Mich., Oct. 13 Gov ernor Pingree m an interview this evening says, "I have quit politics for good. "Oae aim of my ofhcial life has been to bring the Michigan railroads under the general tax laws of the state and it is now about to be accomplished. I am satisfied and want no more public life." MORE GUILTY CHINESE. By Bcrlpps-afcRas Press Association. Berlin. Oct. 13. An official dispatch from Pekin, dated Oct. 6 says that at a conference of the representatives of the pow ers held in Pekin to deliberate on the personages named in the Emperor's edict for punishment it was decided that the names of Tung Fu, Siang, and Yi Sion, which were not included in the edict, should be among the list AT WORK ON PANTHER CREEK". By Bcrlpps-afcRas Press Assoclatloa. Mahoney City, Pa., Oct 13. The strike situation is gradually growing weaker in Panther Creek Valley. Today only two hundred men are out around Coaldale. The strikers there numbered five hundred the early part of the week. All collieres though Panther Creak Valley are working today- Sermon Splits Church. Pepperell, Mass., - Oct. 13, ' Rev. R. E. Bisbee, pastor - of the Methodist church here, is what Colonel Roosvelt would call "a strenuous preacher." "The right of free speech," in the pulpit, as demanded by him, has furnished a subject for grave discussion at the Methodist Epis copal quarters in Boston for a week and will probably cost him $1,000 per year and parsonage. The ire of his parishioners, " only three of whom are democrats, is based on a 6peech he made in Maine in which he compared Christ and Bryan. Mr. Bisbee is defiant. He will not resign and declares be will remain until next April anyway. Commenting on the opposition developing, Mr. Bisbee said today: "The eyes of young Methodists are on me and I must destroy the superstition that only goody-goody subjects are suitable for discussion in a Methodist church. "The salvation of the republic is at stake, and I am for Bryan be cause he is the man who alone can save it. Is' not this a subject grand enough to be preached in the pulpit? It you will take the sermon preached on the mount and then hunt up a speech by Bryan yon will find the same principles set forth in both." BRYAN CARRIES KENTUCKY. By Srripps-McRas Press Association. LIPTON'S NEW BOAT By Scrlppe-afcRae Press Aaaoelatvn Glasgow, Oct. 13. Sir Thomas Lipton's Cap Challenger, which will be named Shamrock, is being built here. This new boat will be raced Chicago. Oct. 13. Uriah eariv next season in the British Woodson, Democratic rsational reettas. committeeman of Kentucky, says Bryan will carry the state by fifteen thousand, and Yerkes will run slightly ahead of Mc-Kinley. BRYAN S WARM RECEPTION. By Scrlppe-alcRae Press Association. Circleville, Ohio, Oct. 13. Bryan arrived here this morn ing and was given a warm greeting. He addressed an audience which were many republicans CHILIAN CABINET RESIGNS. By Scrlpps-McRas Press Association. Valparaiso, Chili, Oct 13. The Chilian cabinet has resigned. The crisis it is believed will be of short duration. There is no excitement. in IW. T. FELKER, SOLE AGENT. WHAT THE STRIKE COSTS. By Bcrlpps-McRae Prers Association. Philadelphia, Pa., Oct. 13. The present strike in the anthra cite region has cost the United I States nearly thirteen and a half HANNA'S VOICE BAD. By Bcrlpps-McRas Press Association. Chicago, Oct. 13. Hanna's voice is in bad shape but there is no change in the plan of his western tour contemplated. ROOSEVELT IN KENTTCKY. By Bcrlpps-afcRae Press Association. Henderson, Ky., Oct. 13.- Roosevelt arrived here at eight o'clock i crowd of a thousand gave him close attention, but there were no signs of the prom ised disorder. FROM CUBA. By Pcrlpps-McRae Press Association. Havana, Oct. 13. General Fresh car Albatrcss flour just in.' For sale by all grocers. There is nothing that will give uch quick relief to an itching, smarting iMa as Beggs' German Salve. Mothers should know that it will care eczema, chating, heat, rash or any irritating skin disease ot the children. 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