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I ,TEi LlM Stock and in for Sale Otfcr and 2Jd rrcK paw err 4 IK Mai ,1 mJ ." L alT I I inss I f It I v ' r,ui.'u, i .M i ri tr . xnn i' I iT 1 1 M nr..v v.i 'i ii. m mi f i ii i . V 1 . Itllli'L'v i . . nr. ' I ' I ' r i a. iCENTS FOB rjrjOAR ncnxiwo or. sjrMram csa. ass LomifrrrTTB wosii irvtlUUL MILL CO, f National Oft New Tort; UTT . rai TOD CAN eep ool I AM PA ft BT CUING ONI or or r CEILING or DESK ANS hss for furesnts M I ar t t 'fi'i n ri. n ii' i i u w i 1 n ni i i a i 'ns QLISTIOS! r ..... , , - 2UTaiMsl' ,he Oahu saw .1 U 55? irh,n. .JJ '.-aee ft,., so. 'tor Jer 4s o iter. nger THE TORIES T y,y A w i r, u i j. ivuii. H UMPHAN T Anti-Imperialists Are Nowhere. resourceful In conversation and showing " of lh' Pressure of public respon- D SALISBURY IS SUSTAINED Th Shnn-ra' Pnr mn. BAN FRANCISCO. Oct. 4. The Mys tic Shrir.ers are making; a float. ng pal ac M of the Oceanic Steamship Com pany Zealandia. Prom stem to stern the vessel is being overhauled and put Into the very beit of order. On the bow the emblem of the order has been painted In flaming colors. It will be reproduced on the smokestack and a..- on the port and starboard quarters. An eiaoorate painting was to have been put or. the tern, but Captain Howard, superintendent of the s.eamsh.n com pany, would not allow the vessel's name to be painted out. and the Shrln ers will have to be content with the decorations that are now on the Zealandia. Returns so Far ar: Ministerialist', 220; L bnralt, 54: Na tional, 35. "NDtN '' The Conservative h. !i Newcastle by enormously Increased majorities and Captain Lambton. of the Krltlah cruiser Powerful, upon whom the Litesrajo town t-1 to deal a crushing blow the Government, finds himself at the to i...tom of tho soil. jmr Lurrnr. cir. has been de. ' if.. I in th.. contest In the College Oreen division of IiiiNin, which ho represented in tho U it Parliament, tho opposition to m nr.. wins out of tho fact that he at tended a levee of the Duke of York. Mr ' - "' "wi upon the oppor tunity of John Howard P.rnell. brother of the lato Charles Stu.trt Parn. II. loo ng his seat at Mouth Meath. to put Mr. Carow forward without his knowledge for South ai.ein. owing to technicality, he was elected without oppoe.lt on Mr. Car , '""'i " oner 10 resign ouin .weatn in ravor of Pam. .1 The Conservatives have captured another seat. Sunderland, from the Literals. The results of yesterday's election, an noon. .1 up tot C p in., are. Newcastle. W It Pluraeasr. conservative. IS.04C. o i . iiwh h . onaervative. 14.7S. flt. Orey. I.ilierni. lO.a Captain Uimoton, Liberal U.IU. Morpeth -Ti.o 3.177 Burt. Liberal. Itir-y Conservative. 2... .Ilea.. Oreen-J. IV Nannltti. I ont JSet.onalit. t.m. jam- Crew. Irish Nationalist. 2.173. ounooriaad W. T. Dos ford. Conserva tive, v.si.. j I emi.etion. Conservative. HC Hunter. Liberal, t.m. Wilkle. Ulwr, Mia 1 h '! number of returns up to dste is Mm. as follow MinlsterlaLsta. as l..lral. 64. Nationals, ii. I .i.n itlake. Irish Nationalist, h Tho Kentucky Turf IKXINOTON. Ky. oct. 4-Boralma won second and third heats of Transyl vania X:13 class, purse Is.oOOl York llov. tecond: Prince of Ind a third Time 2-ns V..rk Boy won the ftrat heat. Time. 2 KV CLO! INO OUT THE TRANSVAAL WAR Some Guerrilla Fighting in Which the British utnt.ally in. by bteamer. Ex Australi WE RECEIVED LARGE INVOICES OF Seasonable Goods IN EVERY DEPARTMENT. Goods Will be Opened and Ready for Inspection in a Few Days of rontest w h..n retiiried iinnppoaed for the gouth division o' lonsford. whb h h- repreaent- .1 in the last Parliament. The -.mer it v. a uffere.l frat In the Of Stephen (Jrwn d.vlalon of Iniblin. the polling heir, as follows J. M C. rZmphelt. CoaaorvstUe. 2.M ,mor. the Interest in; candidates In to dy's rontesto are William R. Cramer. iMIaher of the Arbitrator. Sydney Bui '.erald lia'.four. Herbert OUdstone. T I iiTornor, Sr Kranrla Kvana Jwhoae wife Is an Amirlran), and Dr. A. Conan tavrle Th,. Countess of Warwick has Interven d in hehslf of a Llbersl. J K Stevens, who Is trylns; to otist Sir John Stone. Con er'atte from Kast R'rmlnsham. Her t.vlyhlp'a tiU-nrsm. which Is placarded today, says: ' I do nt purl, luate In party politics. hot as an Ind snant protect aaalnst tho aPshtlns remark a of a minister of the . rown on labor representatives, and as a ll.w laborer In the great lalor cause. I sek you to ronvey to Councillor Stevens mv boot hopes for his success." Ijidy Wsrwl. k's r. f-rm, e la to th- r... marks mad tv Mr. Chamberlain at BT- ; mlnahsm. Septemtier 19. when he attack- , ed the labor members of Parliament, none of whom, ho sskl. In twenty-five years had initiated legislation for thp benefit of the working- r Is sees I Nr v T'RK, Oct. .-A dlspitch to the Tribune from lOndn a.iv: There Is a marked decline of public In terest In the results of the third series for thirty-four seats In I'arlla- I'sptaln Lambton- struTftle at sstle-on-Tyne lo the chief event. wins to his friendship with Ird Rose- ry and his esplolts at IiOdysmlth. nnd 'he other contrats sre mainly over sets only seven la the entire series have retarded as close ronteots. The first result announced was the sub--t tt it ion of Kelr HaMIe for Trltchard worsan so the member f .r Merthyr-Tyd- 11 .1 was n-.t a Cnlon t Kftln. for Hardle could bo depended upon to vote wit the oppoeltlon. but the result was res-re-ted by the Radicals at the National Liberal Club. Mr. Morgan has been a MSM member of tho House of Com moea He peoseeeed a lane fund of ln fbtmat ton shout Chins sn.d Australia, and Mr II irdle la S Sclalit agitator and not .r-eentstlve labor candidate of the up., Ilk- Mr 1 1 r ,hwrat cr Mr. Two Llbersl and'date nave ai lat their se.i's through the inter- of a third nomiratlon In the in- f lal-or. and Mr. Morgsn hss ben In th.- V.-:h s'rofigho'd of L:h At the same time the work'ng have rolled up some of the 'ars.at Cnlonlst majorlt'ee. Mr. rhnm er'aln hsa not damaged the CnlonUt ranee by his sharp stricture upon the labor members of Parliament. The w. irking r Is sees, especially In the north. hav tagett tho hrosdest poos'ble viewa on Imperial qirstlona with which the Government Is Identified. Sheffield has fo lowed stl the large Fng'l'h towns - y showing- Colonist gsln In polling. One I i Kent I seat Hss been captured there by i )..vornmerit TKe Ontveeend election has carried .t Cirker into Car larrent on the op nestte lid to his fr'end. Henry Norman, wr Parker's mttor'tr la larger than was igs, low, for Mr Hsmswoetb. who ornos--d Mm. had a large prtntlns Interest there in hta faror. - A t lh.e.1 (tin of two seats at Oerbv. where Mr Harcourt was defeated In He. r ,.t unexpected and served to Illus trate tre un-ertalPtleo of an eWtoeal t ft aho encouraged sarsrrtne Lib. erats t kSrS that th- rntlea m K M (Jo ' them than the boroughs, lie Interest In the war Is revived by p t roepert of a series of gals, days when the srid'era and Generals return. Thro aajSw "hows will commetnorste th- r.U th Il'.n v " i-i. berta. and there w'll o- . i -i ,nr event a. Trie 'ne o. , leetenil will also have a social feetlvat v Inv'trd to vtalt v w in TMibltn but was forced . A.ttr.m the Invitation. The Prince LONIM-N. Oct. . Lord Iioberts wires: "liart returned to Krufrersdorp Oc tober 1st. He hus been thlrty-thrte days from his bare, marched 31u mlita. was In contact with the enemy twei.ty nine days, killed an unknown number and ai tur d ninety-six. The British lost three killed, tbri-f pr.5onera anu twenty-four wounded. Hart brought, bark 2.730 head of cat.le and 3 2si sheep. "Duller has returned to Leydenburg from b'pitxkop with a thousand stuep. There are skirmishes with the Boers dally but they are small affairs. "The Dublin Fusileers made a night assault with the bayonet on a Boer laager between Pretoria and Johann s burg and raptured nine men, mostly lmwrtant Boers who have troubled the district "A party of Boers have penetrated the southern part of Orange River Col ony, entered Dewetsdorp and Wepener De'.ai-hments are after them." TUANSVAAL IN AUGUST. V. ASHINGTN. O-t. 4. An Interest ing picture of the Transvaal and Free m Auuust. ifter the wave of war had passed over the country, is presen:- d In n report t the State Department from United States Consul-Oeneral Stowe at Cape Town, dated August 17th last. He had Just returned to the Cape from u trip through the two repub.ic. He says that for hundreds of miles ad Cie wire fencing is down and cannot Le used again. The posts have been burn ed for fuel and mu.t be replaced with lion posts, owing to the scarcity of tim ber. The plowing in progress is l.m.t ed. compared with former years and ihero will be a large market for Anv -i-can cereals. By March. 1901. agricul tural machinery will le wanted The Latest European Novelties MiitMbiP for Xmas Present-: tta lnn9t virielv of articles ever imnorterl Wn rmo Qfa w w w - r J l . "uv nuvi J. I w j CII l4lt0ftlMI thrifc nil;intitiS arft tiof. lM.rtrA t.hnivfrirp vc. a.li-lea rnn t , n.n ,aui: i i e" -vy..w n v ur-i.ioo juu w t ij auuoutiua, WUtJll we a'lTr-riUe our opeuiiig. SPECIAL: We recve-d hy Australia 2,000 dozen Flandkerchief i for Ladies, Gentlemen and Chil 'ren. no b-tter asvortnie'if, will he shon anywherrt our own importations direct from SwitzH, Und; our j.r res ill e the lowest. LargJ iuvoices of Silks will bo opeaed. We call iueu lo i to our complete lims of Ictffcjttas. Muslin Underwear In this d'pirtmer t we will lead our prices. Our styles and assortment is so complete that Ladies iil tin 1 not ouly reat sav-ns but e.isy to m tke selections from. Boy's Clothing Department A comp ete large stock of Wash Suits, Blue Sers, Tweed Suits, are now opened. Mother s riieno Shut vvrais s, in all stvlei and prices; 15 dozen Ladies' White Shirt Waists Do not miss to ted the u. Our Ribbon Department is complete, our prices are bed rock Pacific Import Co., r. Stir ITCOI2POiejiTED. ProiT A LONG STRIKE make it possible for them to act. "On or before Thursday, October . rvr-fr i pti r 4th," was the time limit set to the of 3 rKUDADLC fer ' 10 per cent increase and separate arbitration contained in the? notices posted by the Delaware, Lackawanna Meat and 11 v stork will continue to Not Much Chance of the WatfC & NVeslern Company & i . i i i j -.i.. I w i -i rif A ;(r - ' .-i 1 ' rt ! imporii'M. jcimiin'TtuuiK uhij i AAvvancc jeiiiij Accepted. THE LATEST FROM THE PHILIPPINES a re heat three day's supply o meat when Mr. Btowo left the town. While the Boers who have returned are anxtous to get to work several months must elapse hefor; things settle down to a normal basis. Th- Government Is bu.lding- a new line of railway from Farrlamith to connect with the Orange Colony sys tem, so that the Netherlands Railway with Its 204 per cent dividends Will no lunger have a monopoly In the Trans vaal. There will be a big demand for bridge material and electrical machin ery and supplies. Lord Roberts has appointed an ad visory committee to assist him in the nopenlng of Johannesburg and secure the return of mining population, upon which the prosperity of the town de- ; pends. It Is questionable whether an 1 undesirable element common to all mining towns will be allowed to return to Johannesburg. AMKI-.I' AN St PPLIES. - HP WOO. Oct. 4. A special to the : rril from New Orleans, says: Tke British army headquarters in thtsfity are to be closed within the nest -. itoys Since the English offl wera sent here In August. 18. to purchase supplies. 15.000 horses and 42. W mules have been shipped from this port to Cape Town as well as large quantities of forage and other sup plies, the pay theref .r being about 000.000 In English gold. Several thou sand Americans shipped as volunteers on the transports for Booth Afr.ca and many of them J.ln d the English army. The sailing last night of the big trans port Montcsuma with horses and mules for Cape Town has practically termin ated the work of the headquarters. j HAZLETON, Pa., Oct. 4. The only 'incident of the morning in the Hazieton reRlon worth mentioning was the march of about 200 mine work rs from The Associated Press correspondent asked Chief Clerk Tobey of the Lacka wanna how many men showed up for work. "Well, I cannot tell you that exact ly," replied Mr. Tobey, "but I can give you the exact number of colller.es that resumed operations." "yes," remarked the correspondent; Force and Diplomacy at Work to Bring the War to an End. the Diamond colliery in Dart of the city to the No. 40 shaft of the Lehigh Valley Coal Company in the ' eastern section of town, where they ex i ttad to get more men to quit. Sheriff Harvey with a posse was wa.t.ng for d M man hers at the shaft when they sj a. hed there at o o'clock. He told them if they placed a foot on private ground he would be compelled to arrest tliem for trespass. The strikers dis persed without even attempting to car ry out their plans the Northern "how many?" "Not a blamed one, said Mr. Tobey. The fact of the matter is that the same answer would apply to the first question. The sentiment of the north Scranton miners as expressed in the resolution adopted by Local Union No. 808 last night prevails throughout the while Scranton district. No offer, the miners say, that any company may of I for individually to its men will receive consideration except in a general con i vention of the United Mine Workers. I "Back, back to the mines," must One of the Markle mines. Jeddo. No :.. is reported further crippled by the lrom mnenmu mey ueciaie. defection of some men who had worked If the operators have in mind any other there up to this morning. , jlan of bringri& the strike to an end iii'ViNnnAH p Oct 4 Con- tne local coalmen know nothing of it. sessions announced yesterday by the Philadelphia and Reading Coal and iron Company were not sufficient to in duce the strik.ng mine workers of the S h-iylkll region to return to the collier ies to-day. Mr. Pottier, organizer and leader of the foreign mine workers here, says he made a careful canvass of this town and found the strikers determined to remain out until ordered to work by the mine workers' convention or by Presldent Mitchell. In anticipation of a long strike, the or at least refuse to admit they do. Organizer Dilcher came up from Ha zelton to-day and in an interview de clared that the United Mine Workers know of no proposition from the oper ators. "The fact that a company here and there has posted notices on its collier lea that it will prant better wages does : not call for any action from us," Mr. Dilcher declared. "Then there is hardly any probability of a convention to consider tnis offer?' local foreign unions to-day appointed was asKca. a. committee to investigate cases of "Hardly,' need among strikers' fam l.es. No cases i A parade and mass meeting of the of distress have vet been reported. strikers Is to take place here next Wed- responded Dilcher. MARK TWAIN IS RETURNING HOME r'HAMKC IN, Pa.. Oct. 4. A number of strikers from the vic.nity of Mount Carmel attempted last night to form column to march In the North Frank lin colliery at the Trevorton. which is operating almost full-handed. It was the plan of the marchers to visit the homes Oi the workmen eariy this morn- nesday and the local strikers are bent on making It equal or surpass the ilktsbarre demonstration. lemv. killinsr thirty of them. . . v - - m - Is lc SHAMOKIN, Pa.. Oct. 4. At 5:30 this WASHINGTON, Oct. 4. The following cablegram has been received at the War Department: "MANILA, Oct. 4. Adjutant General, Washington: First infantry to Marin duque, October 6th, on Sumner; General Hare to command island with others to push operations until Insurrection is stamped out absolutely. He will have twelve full companies of infantry for the purpose. Anderson's first operations de veloped nothing. No reports since Octo ber 2d. MAC ARTHUR." The above dispatch relates to reinforce ments sent to the Island of Marlnduque, with Captain Shields and fifty-one men of the Twenty-ninth Volunteer Infantry, were reported captured by the Insurgents. At that time General MacArthur sent Col onel Anderson and two companies of the Thirty-eighth Volunteer Infantry wiUi the Yorktown and two gunboats to the re lief of Shields and his command if they Were still alive. t MANILA, Oct. 4. The new Philippine FConuauaVaoa today appropriated xi.OOO (Mexican) for the payment of sundry ex penses incurred by the military for the benefit of the Insular government during September and also donated $1,500 (Mexi ; can) to the widow of the loyal and effl j cient Filipino president of the town of ! Santa Cruz, who was revengefully mur ' dered by the insurgents. The purpose Is t) show the United States Government's ' Intention to protect Its friends and faith j ful servants, the Iloilos of Panay Island and the civil government, j Monday night, October 1st, the rebels killed Lieut. Max agner of the Twenty ' sixth Regiment of Volunteer Infantry near Pavia, Island of Panay. A detachment of the Forty-fourth Reg iment at Bohol Island, one of the Visayan group, has encountered a force of the en- One Ameri can wan killed. Life in Europe MakeS Him FaVOr lng and endeavor to persuade them to , 9m as i t.e ud the plant. As the latter is heav- t l Rio-dxun Druuici h" d. will his nine Lon- ily guard d by Reading c oal and iron policemen, several leaders prevailed upon the would-be marchers to aban don the expedition, for the present at least, ar.d thus avert a possible confl.ct. The North Franklin colliery rrat town Miwi I arr'val rf the Oner m and Lord Its! ed of wttl visit Ulster in tne wimrr . ire and there will be great fest.vl- . la a '-rrent report, apparently i Masi i ni,4 nalfour will ' NKW VKK. Kt. 4 -Mark Twain 1. 1. v Lon.i.m on Saturday to make heme In the t'nlted States after a r. .i.i.riv in Kurope. says a don dispatch to the Herald. He "turns. he says, feeling like a boy reluvenated la body and Inspirited In mind. The great j h-imortst will spend th.. winter In NOW York snd will go back to his o'.A home, Hartford. Coan.. In the spring. He avers thst nine years contact with Knsiisnm en gup.ppy being almost exhausted. ..... rniinntili nas iwu""' " , the A nlo-American pact exists .... . v. h. "la the D m Kurooe and we are the orly friend she's ot on earth . i.hirra I U -K s nrd defensive alllsnce. but It the best friend J Ul.be.lth to resjon ''r. Miin for Irrlsnd. which rannot V.c.n y as:lr T I 1 Henry 'The reessnlMtlon of th. Mlnlstnr rn . 'TT -nv weeks. Repots . . r .i a. I ,.irv hl ' '' . . m ..it n,!!. .Sn has een h'm rep.tediy oi Kim it hin Tn correct. n r ! Choete'a at-nee, j in &40 cars yesterday and is being worked as rapidly as possible. The Neilsoa shaft, operatodby J. l.angdon & Co.. of Elmlra, N. Yar.d employing 800 men and boys, was aban doned to-day on account of the foal A mine fre has been burning there for almost two months. SCRANTON. Pa.. Oct. 4. In spite of No one j AVery preparation made by the Dela-offemdv- T . . ,t-.. pnm. along that ! pany to get at least one of its collieries I'm shouM grow in v i - m Th" tlsse Is cossJng when each of ths do so. The strjfkers will pay no atten iwo' areat p ople will need It In the'r j llon tQ tnf) rroffer Df ten per cent ad- .2Srwi& fl &!ZF ,he camrany said app,i lltrr which has alr 1y become a com- only to men who would return to work ',!'v Is likely to end m trs-dy. When'trday. The Delaware & Hudson Com the crssh comes It will be te fnr Ena pUy and the Pensylvania Coal Com lard, best for Ar-rrira and nr the ry hQye n t yfit f;noWd tne action wcrl.l that J2Jf2 8Ur"l f the other big concerns here in post- ana SJveea . j.., nt Th in.ll- i e i in. s . . . . . . -irtunl operators say trey can do notn- until the coal carrying railroads ti.... ia a lir. mnrVr. r T r Ancririn 1 .11 r tm - ' i the Boer country. afternoon a special train of five car loads of armed deputies passed through here from Schuylkill county on the way to Trevorton to guard North Franklin colliery to-night. Between 1500, and i!000 strikers are now mobilized at Mount Carmel and wi.l begin the march soon. General Cobin is conversant with the contemplated march and if trouble en sues will be in readiness to furnish shipped 1 troops. PHILADELPHIA. Oct. 4. It was stated by President Reilly, of the Le high Coal and Navigation Company, to day that ten collieries they operate in the Panther Creek valley adjoining the Hazieton districts are working to-day except the colliery at Coaldale, which is shut down temporarily because of a break in the machinery SHAMOKIN. Pa., Oct. 4. A Polish band started at 2 o'clock this afternoon In Carmel, to gather strikers to march on Nortji Franklin colliery near Tre vorton, seven miles west of here. The crowd at 2:30 p. m. numbered 5u0, and by 6 o'clock, when the march begins, it is thought the marchers will number ' several thousand. They will pa?s through here, where local strikers will join in the march. They are expected to reach Trevorton late tonight. The colliery' is now the only one working for ( the Reading Company. The mines are heavily guarded by coal ar.d iron police and a clash is feared. WASHINGTON, Oct. 4. In accordance with instructions received from the War Department, Gen. MacArthur, command ing the troopB In the Philippines, has made arrangements for the prompt trans portation from 1 aku to Manila of the United States forces at Tlen-Tsin and Pe king not included In the "Legation guard" to be maintained at Peking under the per sonal command of Gen. Chaffee. Nearly 4,000 troops are to bo withdrawn immedi ately from Chinese territory and trans ferred to the Philippines. Four iar?e transports have been s -ignert to the work of transporting the troops fro-a Taku to Manila. These are the W.irren. with a capacity of 1.200; the Sumner, witk a capacity of 770: the Indiana, with a ca pacity of 900. and the Garonne, with a ca ps city of 950. Word was received at the War Depart ment tday that the Indiana has sailed from Manila to Taku. The other threa tiansports are either at tive Chinese posl o- in the Immediate vicinity. There ar also two or three large freight boa to available for the transportation of tho heavy arms and artillery and the horses end equipment of the cavalry and lafan tre. j WASHINGTON. Oct. 4-Don Jose Abreu, a voting Filipino, who Is goinir to 'attend the Co'umhla Law School In New -v.-u onrt bmiov American insinuw--. ' was at the War Department today umf. rt Introduction to the r.T Wnr Arlhitant Gencml other prominent men of Washington. savs the present t nip. a fj M a great m'-siatve. with Secretary CorMn, ar.d He insurrection Is Only the highest arsde of RED RUB BER l used In the "tumps made by ha A. W All AN GAZETTE CO. is ISltM and cereals fTMemlty '.nd ...... , . In Vtsd msrlcedlV an.nv.