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UOROE R. CARTER.
CLAKKNCE L. CRABBB.
W C. A HI.
FKANK PAH LA.
lu U MCANDLESB,
J. I. KAULUKOU.
U J. M'CABE.
H. R. HITCHCOCK.
V. X COBLHO,
A. O. M. ROBERTSON.
J W. KEIKI.
t a r. uiltillan,
WII.I.IAM H HtXXJB.
The Democrat!! Terrlforfal platform
won't ratrh anybody who couldn't be
had to boy a gora brick.
Do CroVrr. having disposed of his
loo stock. U now on the New York
tump advising young men to beware
The Advertiser, as usual on the first
day of publication after the arrival of
Coast flies and special correspondence,
ghnss a complete resume of the news of
Franklin Austin give his side of an
ss ti resting political tale this morning
and makes his formal bow of retire
ment ftSjMw the campaign. Mr. Austin's
eareer-wm manipulator has been short
Bat full of more or leas valuable ex
periences. Including a few memorable
days on Easy St reef.
Th death of Marshal Martinez De
Campos removes the one eminent Span
lard, except Admiral Cervera. whom
the American people developed a re
spect for In the troublous times of 1897
M. Marshal De Campos was a humane
and brave man who won and wore his
dignities) with honor.
The New York Herald's poll of States,
which usually gives a correct forecast
of campaign results, credits McKinley
with a large majority of electoral votes,
though one somewhat reduced from the
figures of 18M. The same indications
appeared In the September voting of
Maine, Vermont and Arkansas.
OTHER CHICA30 MYSTERY.
Part of a Scalp and Soma Teeth
id Ih Lake.
CHICAGO. Oct. Z. Experts on bones
will be callrd upon to determine the
character of the skull found In Cedar
Lake. A portion of the scalp and some
teeth were rirags;rd from the lake yester
day by a searching party, but no other
pert Ion of the body waa found.
Sheriff lawrpnrn of Crown Point. Ind.,
Although we are completely at sea re
garding the identity of the unfortunate
Whose head was foand in Cedar Lake, yet
we have lew points worked out which
may enable us to eventually clear up the
mystrry. The head Is that of a woman
and she was a rrs:dent of or had visited
a large rlty. The mouthp'ate and the
two false teeth attached to It tell the
Story. We have hart ceveral d'-ntlsta ea
awlne the p'lit. TI.. v all say that It is
from the nv nth of a mnl um-slzrd wom
anthat Is, It Is too small to have been
frrm the mouth ( a man.
Sheriff Lawrinre has also evolved th
tartllrg theory in the mysterious find,
and that Is that the head Is none other
than that of Penrl Bry.m. who was mur
dered at CovliK'on. Ky.. a few years ago.
The heal f M H I'.rvan waa taken
away In a gunny sack like that whlrh In
closed the find In Cedar Iak, and she
wore a p'ate In her mouth.
Acting on this theory, SherlfT lAwrence
has Instructed hlg deputy to wr te today
te the father of Pearl Bryan, alvl.m a
full account of the nrulinir of the head
and a description of the plate.
It Shows a Plight Republican Lois
NEW HAVKN. Conn.. Oct. 2,-Very
nearly complete returns from the little
town elections of yesterday show a net
Republican loss of seven towns. Of the
lO towns voting all but two have been
beard from. They stand: Republican, US.
Democratic, 42. The two missing towns,
Canterbury and Kllllntrsworth. In UN
wre Republican and Democratic, re
spectively. Counting these two towns as
they stood last year, complete returns
for this year would stand: Republican,
119 towns; Democrats, 43, as against 123
Republican and 37 Democratic In 1W9. Tkie
elections reaultcd In a rain for no license,
the town now standing: License, 72; no
license. 90: as against license, 73; no II
sease, . la ttta.
A Southern Pacific Humor.
NEW YORK. Oct. 2 -James 8peyer.
head of the banking house of Bpeyer A
Co.. wheee Interests In the Southern Pa
cific Railroad are known to be very large,
declined today to confirm or deny the re
port sent from abroad to the effect that
the firm's Interest In that property la to
be acquired by J. P. Morgan A Co. From
a source close to the Speyers' Interest It
waa learned that Mr. Speyer had not met
President Cassatt of the Pennsylvania
read. In laat summer, so that he could
not have discussed Southern Pacific af
faire with Mr. Caaaatt. as reported. At
He offices of J. P. Morgan A Co. no In-
frrmstlon concerning the matter waa
Russia s Naval Expansion.
T PETERSBURG. Oct. J. According
to semi-official statementa. the Russian
naval estimates for 1901 show a total of
rT.097.SM rewblea, an increase of upwards
of ten mflllea roubles for the current year.
The ordinary expenditures swallow sixty
million resjblee. of which la.0OO.0OO la In
tended to strengthen the fleet, three mil
lions foe harbor work at Libau. two mil
lions to he expended at Vladivostok and
three, milrloas at Port Arthur.
Sugar Eouatv Unconstitutional.
LANSING. Mich., Oct. 1-The State Su
preme Court In a unanimous opinion
banded dow- today declared the Act
granting a bounty of one cent per pound
en all beat sugar manufactured tn the
Stats ssnstltutlonaL The Act was
psssil by the Legislature of 1897
NEWS OF m)RLD
There Is a shortage of tea in Japan.
Two of Galveston's banks have reop
Deaths continue at Glasgow from the
Marshal Martlnex de Campos of Spain
There an Increase of yellow fever
The Nome City atorm cost that place
$1,000,000. , ' .
The smallpox epidemic at Nome is
Germany's duty on wheat is likely to
Intemperance is gaining among wom
en in London.
San Francisco may put in postal
Bryan has been stumping Nebraska
in an automobile.
Workmen are pouring into Galveston
to rebuild the city.
A championship golf congress is in
session at Chicago.
Wild fowl are unusually plentiful in
California this fall:
Governor Roosevelt is having a great
reception in Nebraska.
John Ostenlus, an old Chicago musi
cian and Inventor, is dead.
American firemen are far in the lead
at Paris fair competitions.
The Prince of Wales has engaged Tod
Sloan to ride for him in 1901.
Klghty thousand pilgrims saw the
Pope on September 28 and 29.
The population of Lo9 Angeles Is
102.479, as against 50.395 in 1890.
Clement Scott is to issue a new week
ly In London, the Free Lance.
The steamship Robert Dollar may
have been lost off the Alaskan coast.
tsenator Stewart of Nevada says Bry
an's influence is waning in the West.
Roberts has given notice that Boers
who surrender will not be deported.
Col. H. A. Trevelyan of Fresno, Cal.,
a survivor of the Light Brigade, is dead.
Mary Anderson Navarro lately ap
peared in opera in London for charity.
The National Association of Demo
cratic clubs Is In session at Indianapo
lis, Harvard Is thought to have the best
chance at the lawn tennis champion
ship. Actor Sothern was injured in a stag"
duel at New York, a foil piercing his
Lawyer John M. Chretien of San.
Francisco has been found guilty of for
gery. Electric cars are likely to supplant
cable cars on Market street, San Fran
cisco. Former President Harrison, wife and
daughter, have gone to the Adiron
dack. Formal announcement is made of the
departure of the Russian legation from
Japan is vexed at the subordinate
position given her In the peace nego
tiations. A New York millionaire has arranged
to have the Passion Play reproduced In
Henry Miller, the actor, has been
forced by throat trouble to leave his
Charles "ierkes of Chicago will In
vest millions in London underground
Stanford University is to have a hos
pital rdf the ewre off sick or injured
In the maneuvers off Newport the
torpedo boats won the fight against the
Kltciiener. for services In South Afri
ca, is likely to get the local rank of
Rev. Dr. T. De Witt Talmage Is trav
eling and occasionally preaching in
One hundred and fifty square miles
of Sonoma county, Cal., have been
swept by fire.
The case of Henry Youtsey, charged
with complicity in the Goebel murder,
Is now on trial.
A grat review of British troops was
held at Komatlpoort in honor of the
King of Portugal.
The Southern Pacific Railroad has or
dered 2.000 new cars and 44 new engines
to handle freight.
The Belgian Dutch are making exten
sive preparations for the reception of
General Miles renewshls recommen
dation for the further use of the auto
mobile In the army.
General Baden-Powell will command
12.000 police in the Transvaal and Or
ange River colony.
Von Waidersee will make his head-
quarters in one of the imperial palaces
of the Forbidden City.
Actor Hackett has left Frohman be
cause of the latter's refusal to let him
play "Richard Carvel."
Miss B.-ssle MacDonald, the Chicago
s, r. i i wed the titled nephew
of the late Baron Hlrsch.
Lieutei..int Hobson says he was mis
quoted at Seattle, and that he had no
desire to reflect on Dewey.
The Santa Fe Railroad Company is
providing free scientific and economic
lectures for its subordinates.
New York business men are making
a clause In all coptracts declaring them
I veld In case Bryan is elected.
, A large and wealthy Southern Call-
fornla family have moved to Argen
tina, where they have taken up land.
I The New York Herald's careful poll
of States Indicates that McKinley will
I have an electoral vote of 258 and Bry
Kilmond Rostand and others have
sued Richard Mansfield for an account
I Ing of his royalties on "Cyrano de Ber
There Is an abundance of wild berries
I on the hills about Dawson, and Indians
are Dringnlg them in for Bale at $1.50
The outbreak of a submarine volcano
In the Gulf of Mexico Is reported by an
incoming British tramp steamer at
Vivisection is a sport for women In
France, society parties In Paris being
formed to witness the mutilation of
Five and one-third billions of postal
cards, stamps and stamped envelopes
were sold in the United States during
the last fiscal year.
f T. E. Clark, the father of the
t nrtstlan Endeavor movement, who has
lately been In China, thinks that coun
try should be partitioned.
Census returns show that the pro
rata gains of the largest cities of the
United States are about what they
were in the previous ten years.
The steamer Senator is down from
Nome with $500,000. The captain said
there was still a chance when he left
Alaska to save the Orixaba.
Blasting near George Vanderbllfs
houae in New York sent stones through
the window of the drawing room and
destroyed valuable furniture and bric-a-brac,
Mra Frank Leslie and her partners
are at outs, she having been supersed
ed as editor of Leslie's Popular Monthly
during her absence In Europe. Litiga
tion may follow.
An explosion occurred at Komattpoort
while the British were destroying the
n-r ammunition, resulting in the
death of two of the Gordon Highland
ers, and the wounding of eighteen.
Advices from Canton say that a boat
load of native Christian women at
Hum Chuk (on West river) was fired
upon, and that the women were then
taken ashore and butchered in cold
The Berlin correspondent of the Stan
dard learns that England's reply to the
German circular in reference to Chin
is shaped in a very friendly an affirm
ative tone, the Tribune's London cor
Robert Curdy Lord, a Tetlred banker
and broker, was found dead in a house
in Mount Vernon, N. Y., which was
recently rented by him. There was ev
erv indication that he had deliberately
committed suicide by turning on the
gas. ' ,
The conferences between officers ot
the American Tinplate Company and
men representing their employees have
have resulted in an agreement on the
arale of waaes. but some minor de
mands of the men remain to be set
The Norwegian steamer Calanda and
the Japanese steamer Ise Maru are re
ported to have been in collision off
Iwoshima. The Calanda was sunk and
forty-five of her crew and passengers
were drowned. The Ise Maru put In
Heavy fighting is reported across the
Sabi river. This means that the British
are Intercepting Steyn and Reitx, who,
with their forces, are attempting to
push northward and effect a junction.
A commando is said to be surrounded
A large number of guns, mostly dam
aged, have been found along the Croco
dile river near Hectorspruit. Practic
ally the whole of the Kepub.ican Rail
road stock has been captured on the
Selate line. There are eight miles of
vehicles, the majority being In good
Lord Wolseley is quoted In an Inter
view as saying that China, ' Through
love of nature and art, must one day
develop into a great nation." The end
of all things, in Lord Wolseley's opin
ion, will be China fighting the United
States for the supremacy of the world.
John Gleason, supposed to be dement
ed, shot and seriously wounded Rev.
Lawrence P. McCarthy, rector of the
Roman Catholic church of the Moat
Holy Redeemer, of East Boston, at the
parochial residence. Gleason was ar
rested. The priest will probably re
cover. A New York dispatch says: Willard
H. Hutchinson, the boy actor, has be
come reconciled to his seventy-eight-year-old
bride. He read in an evening
paper that his wife was pining for him
at the Park Avenue Hotel and He has
tened to her today. She gave him her
fortune of $3,000,000 when she became
! his bride.
A Lima. Peru, dispatch says: The
Cabinet has resigned owing to a unani
mous vote of censure by the Congress,
being inevitable as a result oi the
scandal in connection wun the pur
chase of arms in Belgium, and the al
leged use by Senor Belamunde, a for
mer Minister of Finance, of Govern
ment funds for his private transactions.
A Lourenzo Marques dispatch says:
The Austrian steamer Lloyd has sailed
from here having on board 400 Trans
vaal refugees, part of them being Irish
Americans. All their expenses have
been paid by the Transvaal Govern
ment. Each man received 30 shillings,
and will be paid $42.50 on landing at
any port which may be selected by
A Reuter dispatch from Shanghai,
dated September 25th, says: Advices
from the best sources In the north in
dicate that a famine among the natives
is Inevitable during the coming winter.
The usual rice supply has not been
shipped. There are rumors of move
ments of the fleets tending toward op
erations near Bhang Hai Kwan, the ter
minus ot th railway.
General von Arnlm, who has returned
to Berlin from the French maneuvers,
being the first German officer attend
ing them since 1870, is pleased with the
courtesy officially extended him, and
commended the French artillery and
cavalry in general terms, but regard
ing the infantry he said: "As sharp
shooters they are excellent, but they
are less so when fighting In the ranks."
Chinese papers assert that orders
have been issued for the erection of a
new imperial palace at Sianfu. They
also report that Li Hung Chang has
started for felting, escorted by Russian
ana Japanese troops, and that Lu
'huan Lin lias b.-en appointed viceroy
of Canton. Sheng's yamen confirms the
rumor that Li Hung Chang has receiv
ed secret orders to attempt to recap-
I A Galveston dispatch says: The cask
et containing the remains of Charles
v"o'""i -"-- u i'ji , who ui'ju in mis
city last winter, was found at a point
sixteen miles north of Galveston, near
the town of La Marque. Thy casket
; was washed from a receiving vault at
i Lakeview Cemetery, which was de-
stroyed by the storm. The undertaker
i who placed the casket in the vault went
i to La Marque to identtry it.
I A cable to the Sun from Lourenzo
Marquez, says: Preparations are b -ing
I made for the departure of President
Krueger for Holland on board th
j Dutch warship Gelderland. The date
, of his departure is not known to the
I public. It is said that the reason why
; he did not sail on the German steam
iship Herzog. as originally planned, was
; because Lloyds, who are underwriters
I for the gold taken from the train on
September 2, are taking legal proceed
ings against Krueger,
A Lausaune. Switzerland, dispatch
says: A secret circular addressed by
jJoannicius, the Metropolitan of Kleff,
to all Russian Archbishops virtually
excommunicating Tolstoi, the Russian
i novelist and social reformer, is pub
lished here. It declares that Tolstoi is
an avowed enemy cf the church and
that therefore, unless he recants, the
jHoly Synod will prohibit the celebra
' tion of all divine services and expia
tory masses in the event of his death.
The little town of Ensenada, capital
I of the uppper district of Lower Califor
nia, was thrown into a fever of excite
ment last week by the uncovering of
what is believed to be the biggest cop
per deal that has ever been attempted
; In this portion of the world. Accord
ing to the report, which was brought
I up on the steamer St. Denis today
Charles Benton, H. Ramsdale and a'
mining surveyor named Stevens walked
Into the office of the Secretary of Mines
; for the Northern District of Lower Cal
j ifomia and stacked up $75,000 in silver
Ion his desk and filed documents
for nearly 4,000 claims to copper mines.
,Tl?ree. of the sons of President Snow
j or the Mormon church have filed a de
mand with the First Presidency, charg
ing that their father has refused and
j neglected to support his legal wife, their
mother. They declare that she is In
impecunious circumstances, and that
the favorite wife, with whom the presi
dent lives, is doing everything in her
I power to Induce Snow to turn over his
l property to her and her children, to the
, exclusion of his other wives and chil
dren. All Snow's wives but one live in
I miserable hovels. In abject poverty
; while the favorite occupies with him a
.palatial residence and has numerous
'servants, horses and carriages.
rT.he ,fe of Japanese Minister to
I ti, J ha lvea an, lnterestlng account of
braverT and devotion of the foreign
tee4sJft. Nations. 22
e ot uie proprietor of the
Hotel de Peking. She formerly Hved
m arL f rancisco, and was Miss Lizzie
McCarthy. Some of her guests took
rfuSin tne Br,h legation Th
took them meals regularly in a sort of
armored carriage she had contrived. In
wlrhTViflB r,t 8he Went a,one- arm
with a rill?, alwavs nn ti, ,
I ' nine rx I 1 1 1 Hil 1
' hofurs- even though In the midst of hot
i attacks by the enemy. Her rifle hav
ing no bayonet, she fastened a long
.carving-knife to It. Sometimes she ad
vanced right up to the portholes, as
tonishing the guards by her fearless
ness and activity.
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the blood pare so that the
entire system shall be strong,
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BlOOfJ Disorders "My step
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stomach troubles, and several bottles
of Hood's 5orsa.pe.riUa have been of
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