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VOILIBHKD EVKBT TMOSADAT aW THEO. E. KISHKR OWE DOLLAM A TMAJI N Mtot'.Wr. IUk IU MUI) ttf S SJ r w aartjv llvtas saaaaaal 4 Wht armtagte f iw$ nmitiHHBD m tbi ivrasisT ST. FRANCOIS COUrlTt VOLUME XXVII. FAR.MINGTON, ST. FRANCOIS CO.. MO., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1900. NUMBER 44. NjlMaN) NjasNN 9t NaW aMy NN VlNVMI MmNM Hill ii aaett savhas miaalHi of Mwal ka I i lrrri'c iinmnnv iBMASna Uft Tli Imi'ortiuit HiM'iiinjrs of a VYtfk l.ri.llv Told. IN ALL rmifffli D1R0R All the Latest New of Intcrd frini WdfbtiieHi. Front the rUtst, the Wrsl and South. THE LATKST POHM DISPATCHES hom w unnuToi. John St. i Mimn. Inrincr rcpri-.enla tallic In Hit liou.c, fni n lung lerui u member of the .cuntc. ami twice hiild- ' lug cabinet position, tiled nt hia MBi )ruer in a .hingt r n in t ti - seveaty eighth jrm of hi. age hunm! Wood, forrrnnr general of Caba. asy i'mI m.nili rl.i. m ogress hs been msd. in Ihr rre ni.t r n-tinn of Ikt Island during thr lail year, nnd thai Ihr Cubui. pajmnl i- no aelf-uji art haf, with a baluiui . t 1 JOO.000 In thr frrti.ury. Thr MiTdnrv nf Ihl i a) has given hlr cot,.cnt fta ilir removal of the bat- I tlr-h ii Maine from Havana harbor. All official circle, paid tribute lo Ihr memory of Jaw Sherman al rrv lrr held in Na-hington before Ihr funeral train started for Man.flclil, O A aaaaaat aaata im lb 1 1 n give, aajpav Inilon nf the iVj titles iii ihi- trailed Slate. Ii.n mg ...ihki .,e. tin i nullum d population Ih inif I't.ti-it t.-.Vi. thr la- j erratic BTT MM la-iiig 4 I r6. In lln rapaseloa al ladiaa Ii ' prov- ' lair ground.. II mile. frufB Washing- i Ion iht Riitt riiini hi It.-i tn,unti worth ' of ponder. A tli.niirh a. lln- N.innnal CNtl Rrrvic II-ftirm it airut drrlbaad to at cepi Carl t liiir' raaignatlaal a prral- tlrni The .'ririli of ll.nr Miliar, thr tn tei-lnr nf I hr .fciiin nml air hrakr nn Mlnvai orrai rrd at ( I ippaojaaV V in lii. t lahtiatli yrnr Al Cramp. li'p :i r! in I'hlladrlphl Ihr liu-- .it ii.i: i. vlni. Ii. itirao Ifuhid ii cad p mm not, Ai natrrana N .1 foai piomlnrnl mrn an- in jail, acrii-t ti nf inurflrring a ml I ! u 1 1 GoaJ oprratora Made fnt ttirr roticm .ion. afnl it i .tairtl tin tiar .trikr i. IHterj in rad in .i tt.u or i n In Nt-a Vnik alt I I. Vtnrd. Jr . rllrr of ihr Ktr-I aalional tank. ara. dtkroirred to he a aVfauller In Ihr an iii of ta,SOa, Hia Mhrrralmula " I. rinia p. Thr funrral ol Maarara aaaanay Warner look plitrr ai Hart ford, Conn. Thr Mrthnili.t ..imrn't $!nn.iwt "liaenilrtli crninr tlt.k . ,ff, rini;" haa all IkN n rit . An Miinoion t-int i.t U I'rtidrnl Mltrlirll thai In it'll aOM makr ilrftnilt - i ,i triitt i. ' i. taken In inran that Ihr aathraritt .trikr wtlt tr forin.-iMt ilettaittt nff Tht a nt In at i ; t Maal -I rike at nil aaj. Inii. thill baft OMtad not irt. of 1 hr ten per at m . atlvnnci ha- barn nftirially tlrcltit. ,1 ..ff In Pn ci. I. hi Mil. hrll At Ciuiilirnl;r. Mn.... thr nrlil'. bl eyrlr rrt ..ttl for mi i-Ti-ii boar. I., hind pace, araa placi d at 40 aatatl i vttrda by Will t . t iii.on. i.r n ioitii Chariot tr Saiulrnon ilad at har home lii Sanford. I'la., afrit fi" rrara and 1 'in. nth.. At Kltloratlo. Ill . Thomn. Simpwin a no Mr.. Mar t I Mininr v han tafrtd Ni.nd 67 rrapectireli . rrr marrinl. Al N'u.htlllr. Trnil.. thr twrntl fifth annlrrraary of Vnndrrbl'.i iinlrerally waa ci Irlirafrd. Dr. .1. N t raiit. of Ailanla. Oa (lroppeti dead in thr pulpit uhilr mi drraainir the I'rr.livtcrlan lyaod at .NcWiort Nrwa. Va. The iuimi cenauN irie. California iMipiilntittn of I.IVt.iMt. an nirrrn.r aince l'a of rftl.US I. or :':'.!i -r cent The lr(fi.laturr nf tienriria i.timnrd la Atlanta. Wllllani A. I'aulaen waa Miitencrd la Chlcapo to an Indrteriiilitate term fa the ivrnllentiary for recrivinjf tlr IMjalt. after hi. hank waa iniwlrnt. Jame. ( iillawa and .lame, finer (rt.lorrr! I charrrd with finnir into farmer - houar. wrrr hanfed liy a mob at Uhert) Hill. (la. Thr M-lertlon haa brrn madr of C, M Cottrrman. of Kan Kranri.cn director t-rurral of poata in the Phil ippinr i.landa. PbJ wlrd nnl the rntlrr ItUklneaa part nf Mlnnritka, Minn.. Includlne; thr poat office Klamra awrpt ami thr entire buai neaa (aortinn of lunaant. han. Carrie Caldwell, inaanr from (frlef orrr the death of her parent., killed her thrri rhihlrrn and hrr.rlf at llnulemnlle. X C. While ilrur.k Charle. Yare;i killed hla wife and hlmaelf at Aurora. 111. The Klondike mminp camp i. now a pro.pemu. eommrrcial eentcr, aoya t onaul Mctook at Uaw.nn. Ilottri t Karwootd. ti 0. firaham and Hirhard Kuaaell, rmployra on Van darmlta r.luie. were ilrnwnen nrar A.heville. N. C. Thr ateamer Port fltrphrnii nallrd from "-atn Franclaon for Manila, carry tat; nn horaea and arrrral hundred tona of atipplira. The drath of A. W Merrill, rdltor of the Cmlrlr du Chlcn Courier, occurred at die atfr of aj yrara. lie waa nhr old rat printer In Wiaeonaln. John Shrrman'a funrral took place tl MaaaAVId. O.. Preaident MrKlniry lirinir amnnir lhor prr.rnl. In many at ream in upMer Eaat Tea aaaan h!fb water waa doioa; trrral ttamafrr. In Hekaa. Mont Deputy United State Marahal Ham Jaekaoa araa killed hy u fall. r"or rear, ha waa a f a oMNM froeerntneat a"ut. roitKiua iRTKt.i.iuKarK Kir Thnmaa Llpton ha accepted the New York Yaeht elub't trrma for the raea for Aaaeriea'a rap. It la aald that Secretary Hay will aak the poweni to juin America la a eon rent ion protal.lnjr. to praawaa China and maintain Ihr "open door. aVrntany will aak Li Hunr Chnnc f" hia rrwdWatlaia before openlaf peace nairotiatlona. la a eoUlaloti arar Alicante the French .trainer Faidherbe aaak and M t bar craw aw dfowaai, Thr war In stealth (.fries ha. g1a spread mm hwapt Tin In evieat fatal- ! itiri of Ihr pant wrrk l.nvr Urra in -ha ; Orange Hirer colony mar Iba border of Cape Colony. The activity nf Ih Filipino junta iin Paris an giiing ' ar 10 thr runmi of an alliance Ix-iu u Spain am' J Xguiunhln At Yi.-torln Waal, Hoala Africa, th. ! military nWajati containing voet atom nf ft. si MM iiininuni' ton, waa dr ; .frnycd by flrr. Word ha. lores senl in MlalalrrTitn j if. : in ! gin rari- nt-5niiatkina at nnrr ' with Ika Calaaaa ravnra on Ijpitiaala ill thr point, in Ihr firrman anl Krrnrh I aaatra uptin whii h I T thr poivrr an atrrrril. l'Min taOM pthnla whrrr ili j ranjVMa nf -. ha. In-rn BMUMl In rl i.i. ihr (rntrrttnit.nl- nf thr pnwan ' t lii-roarltrr will aaaai la I i with a m tn rrarhinir furtiirr iiiitlrr.iiimfcinf' China i. nppurt nlly prrpjirmg for nur arltk nlliri-, atorm. nrni. ninmiinitmn nnil trraanrr MMf nmatniitli -hipjarr) from lniiirtKr ritir IQ I'rkuiir. Thr famniiN Knprli.h ItAlln.: .inrrr Sim llrrvra. tlird al Worlhin' nirrl 7f rura. baai BakarM bara to Iratr South Africa tor hnrur atMiiit Bjaaatlaif la. Thr American irl. harr pmrlp ally rlrivrn tin Scotch IWMaa flUW thr (lomratir mnrkrl. In.nrirriit. klllnl ;.iaai vill.nirtra In thr Kwai in iH.triri in Ctiinti iinl thr rt hellion in thr koala in. apt i itlina;. Thrtilljrhniit U ..una It.1 iimL Inir lin. If i it prohlliitril i lln irovrrn mrnt. At Valley Kit hi. Quebr. rot) tn mill ofrmtiicp aaaa aaMWfa luul t a rnaaaatav itr and II -iriktr. nml inn Mildicri wrrr injiirril. L4TBM aicwa. Thr trnn from which the flt-f .hot i in thr Spaitl.lt Atiirrtciili Wat wua fircil reached Nn.hvillc Tcnn . on the Hath which 1. to It ita prrnnm-lil home. It i. n Hotrhki.tt rnpni lire onc Hoiiitlrr. from Hie I'liol.tat Naaftvfila, which ai-nt a .hot aaajf tin boat of the StAiu.h merchnni aaaaaj htnena Vaa i urn. lb-u i Kea.ler mid Kldt r H. X. Iloiick. Itowieitea, wrrr Part Ibly An .trtrd from Miiio-tieltl. ft., nn i lit- '.'Mb, hy the natftan ahvaak lwnl been there innrlj a werk holtliin.- aarvicaa, He i.ltjcctrit to ! - nir put on the train, and hud to la- drnrireil nut nf the ata lion and put aluuinl. At the aajaaJag of the I'.uli-iirinn Mthraiijr. on the -th. I'mifc tcrili- aajal nraoawiad Ibai Ike dlftVuiajf fea twrrn itiilirarm unit Roil mania, iTitw iiic tint of the lataar'i nVroanda tor the Hiipprraaion of 'In Mut-ediiniiiii rcvoiutiitiiar) poaaailtiaa, wuatld aaaa Itr willed. Nnjci'h Arlacly, ron.ul cenernl to Kirypt durinc Uaa, ilraata flr.t d niuii.t ration, wn. atrirbaa with BaV rulyaia a. mi ftaua. .-a... i rr. n vm k ihi the ?Mb. Kor koiiic year, lie hna i.-eii one of the iuimitrrnut inaM-ttnra htnp in rhurar the nrtett'tal Inirrnu. The ateriiMheel .tenim r Knlla City wna partially dr. troyeil I.t fire at latalavillr, Ky., on thr ii l,na, iWi. The I ton i ...i tn.iMai. licit. ncril to thr Kriltllfkl Inter I'Ncket nml TowtMtiit Co.. nnil plieil lietwcrn l-ouit- i illc nn! Frank fort, Ky. Dr. Morrlaon. wiring from I'rkm. nmlrr date of tin .i th, any.: "The forriirn niitiiMtcra, in conference to day, derided In llild the name, of I'rlncc Yl ami Yina; Nlrn to thoe of the aerrti ofticiniM whoae caceution France haa demniidcd." Winona. Minn., uiul ticinlty wn. fiat itrd, on the ?Hth. by thr worat atonn in mnny year, at Ihi. araaiin of thr yenr. I.idhtnitir did cnuaiilrrahle timn it;-' in the avty, nod the rallrimtt- iaf frrcd much Ion. on riccouiit of wn.h out. nnd hik'h wntcr. A union aerilci- in incinory of the I'rc.liytcrian mi.nittnnrira who were killed nt 1'ao-TiiiK Ku. on June M in.', wna held, on the .Hi, at the Fifth Arenur Preahyterian rhurcli. Vork cltv. ew j The armi 'ifflcial I'oliliarhe Corre apomleiir of Yicnnn, naarrta (lint Frnlice ninl ltii..in. after diiM-in .inn. have ilrriilriJ to aci-ept the Anylo-tier-aaan araamrnt. At Pretoria, on the Mth. Hit TVana eaal waa proclaimed Mirt of the Brit. Ih empire, the proclamation brine at lendiHl with impreaalve cercinonic.. Thr royal atandard wn lmi.it , I in the roam aiiuare of the city, the srenn- diera iircM-med arm and manned bnnda played thr national anthem Mayor Itodriffun of Havana haa ia- aued an order to the poller dirccunp thrm to take into cuatody ehildrm under It yrara of ajro found in thc atrerta, unntt tnnulilcil. duriiur whool hours. It i the intention of tin- au tl.orilira there to enforce the .chool law strictly. I hr Keotrh aterl makers, owing; to the importation of Amrricnn atrrl piste, have reduced their price, tlie abilliukra. makintr 15 abilltus1 rcdui" lion in a fortnltrbt. Thcar reilucllnna. it is thought, will fully meet the American competition. The llnrarinn fntorami nt har it- ilereil the re huildiafr ""' tnmha of the ancient tierman cinfM-ror. In the .Hi. -oral nf Spire. Tin lliihrnalauf- fena mid thr ruler, of the Snlic dy- n.aly will rest In a fine, n. n crvpt in suitable Hareopnhnfri. rhr aria IK ourier tin Solr says it nn. Iceland, that the prince and priorraa of Wales eislted the I'urin ex position Isaf June, but that, in con.f qurni-c of the expresaed deaire of the prince, their stay wa. kept aa abao lute oeerrt. The atatement of thr tren.urv lajl- at in the irrneral fund, rxclnaivr of thr l.'iO,OUti,talit troli! raamir in the di vision of rpdeniptnm. it. lied on the 2lh. showed: Avallnhle cn.h balance, ll.i3.:i7V0.1.l; rolil t-i.T-i't 'tn .. Snehey Chatmau, on Tmiv HihiIc. in thr hrtrdir race nt Hit Interstate fair at Atlanta. Oa.. araa Imdty in jured internally, on tin- -nth. the horse falling t the oeconti nonltr and roilina; or the boy. Thr gold in the United Slates trena- ury, on thr gath, ainountcd to $41,- tT7.tftl. I he hlrlirt fwint civr reached aince the foundation of tin- ifuvcrit- ment. This ht aaid to is- the larnwat fund in thr worhl. Kailnrc for the week ended on ttie tb, as reported by H. i. Dun A Co., were 4 in the Caited Statea, afaiit lira but year, nim in Csvnada. siraiaat an last year. John McCiisick. tiriU oisvor of Mill water. Mian., died, on tb- Mtk, afad f'i He waa a member of ta iefiaia tora from uel to iM. II ill I 11 It if Not Likely to Be Accomphsbtd u Rapidly aa the RadlcaJ Cubans Would Like. STABLE GOVERNMENT MUST BE FORMED. If pseara trii I tk.lt Ibat Iba Pnwaa a.irh i ore.a ..'. llrll.MSl.k lire l.ra.p Ike lal asa Mill be Ike jMilari ti II la I Ih Ifer 4 abas. Tbrs.rlir.. rw ork. Ik l .'. The eint nation of I iilaa by the 1'nitcd Matssl tr. nut likely to tllke place tuilt M Mum ll tin. la-en aiiln iu1eil ill -tunc ii.n -tera, say. a n.hiltpttni ui.uitch " the Journal of t onimercr. The with dlataal of the American troos mil not take pint i iii any rtrut until Minie fni in of domcatie noiernmeal ia .laldirbrd, ami i. not li.eii lo be or dered by the execoliii tirjatl t ini'flt of the government without the author ity of congrca. Tbr 1 o.lllllal t.airallaa. Thr tulaiu roiistitntiiiiinl conven tion, win. h Bjaatl In Novrmber, I likrly to Ih in -veaaioii for ai-verul BaOBtba prolaildy much longer than sftrr the siljoiiromi-nt of thi' coming i-ongre... mi .Mart li I. lisil. The new congress, to Im- elected on Noiemlier .. will not meet in regular M-akiou until Daaaankarr, laol, nnd will i 1 iln nny iinporiitot hii.incas until thr spring of Hant, III Hint time repn--Matatlraa of the new Cuban repuhlir nun Ih ri'iitli to tlrinoii.tnite In thr npprtipriiilc rniiiiiiit lee. of congre.. thill Mbs) hilie it f.'oternmeut I'tilH atata) oryaasiasal and rnpahleof main taiaian iraat) oniigiition. with oth er aawora, SMI Itr ntkifrl.ed kr 1'einotrra.. Such u goirrniiienl can hardly exer cise il. function, until ntithnriicd hy Baaraaa. Mieiher ii .hull be wr axitted in raa-reiaa iajaat witboui taa Uh i ii.ion of lln I nurd Slnte. will I.- har 1 aaajrraai it dWtaraataax Tin- pre.itleiil 1. not likely to unNilnic tin rtasJKMasiailit) nf putting the new C11 Itan ctttei iiiiieut in otcration. eicn aaaiar Use lali'saajn of the United State., wit boat the direct authority of roller,-.- It ivoultl iipNar, tl:rrr torr, I ha I 1 to- new Culmii repuhlk eon id tint tarala to raaralaa it. fuue lion, until tin- . ninuicr of ItXiJ XX III l ake Time. The nit ii- mn -Ii 1 ut-r 1 nf putting the new BSift I um al in oM-rotion. iherc fori, will rmjttin r-aaaaassataaata lime Tin- Uaited st.iii . aasataaad .cieral aa rloaa reopowaihiillkra in Culm by tin treaty witti Nhxiii. i.ui in. ssaaa ajota or Itf iiaiicil hi the aixtccnth nil 11 lr. ii Inch ibt la red "It is under 1 1 I'm' mi iiiilignlion. unruinril in thi. treaty by the 1 rHalaa with rr- . I in I ata ore limited to tin lime nt it. .Mi'ii-iaiicr thereof; but It win, aajoa Mar teruiinntitoi of auoa ort iipnni i . inlii.e nny goicrnmeiit eo-tnltli.tu-il in the t-laiitl to ajaajajajM iba BMaja nttligation." Thr turrlria -r4Hr. The Itcuriitg of thi. pledge Haa la the illlerprelHlloll of II Aliiolig tQ aaaaaMaaaa given Spain, aoibjaal ic thi. limitation, wa. that "the right, of proerty BFciirrd by copyright'1 nnd pataata aeaja-irad by S.iuiard. In IM 1.I11111I of I ill. a and in Turin kieo In- I'h li pine, and other ceded ter ritories at the lime of the exchange of Ihi mutilations of ibis treaty. .hull milt nine to It. 1 . . 1 ., ted." Then- is also the prut i. ion that thf Dailad State, will "assume and dis charge oldiii ilions that niai imilei intrrnniiiiiiui law re.ult from the fact of il. iH-t'ii rait Ion for the nr. Hi t 1 mn ol life and proterty " The pre.iiliiit would undoubtedly prefer to li-aic in coitgre.. the de termination how far tilt- utltii t. nf the I I'llited States, under llit-tr ttl.l.T... I.. I Spain, .hall hr made mini, nnd eon crcs may not care lo tlceidi Ihr tpiestl.in by anap jwlgnsent l-efnre Ihe churn.. ter of Ihr new ( u Ion. gor 1 'i. iiiriil bus been tested In time. GOT AWAV WITH THE CONVOY. Hal lasaf T.t, Umia, aaMaswA Trn la One I .HMirnril Stllk Ike iarr. Ixindtui lb-t. Acr-iiriling to a di witch from Cape Town to the IHiily Mail a force of lloer. at tucket! nan tin i-ouuiltil a patrol of Cape -.die-, with n conioy, near H(H-paiad. "rang? Hiier colony, laat Weilueailuy. and a harp tight ensued. "The police," says the corre.nind rni, "wrrr comp. ii k abaiitlou twe Maxims. Ultimately, reinforced by the yeomanry, they succeeded in get ling nwny with the convoy; Ihi I they lost anaa killed. It wounded and U captured. The eoloniala were out niiml. -ed ten lo one uiul Ihe cngagr MM lualetl for two hours. 'Tin llt.rr-. tunc Coon men In thr tlrld. aaairly half of whom are lr, Orange llin-r colony. Thewe arc dlrid ed into coiniimnilom of some three hundred each, but nrr rnptblr of cciro l.iiuition for large operations." 1 Mia Killed In Kle-ralftr. Chicago. Oat. St. laul llulbert, fire .1.1. .till son of A. V. llulbert, ol I'orl Collins. Col., wna instantly killed in an elevator at the Monadnoefc building yesterday. The boy wo thrown in the floor by a jerk which the car gave in starting. He lrat.ru his bold on hia mother's hand and fell backward. Ilia ckull wa crushed ln-iween Ihe floor of the ale- valor nud the aecoud floor of the building. I he elevator man waa watch Ing bis cable and did not see the child fall. sVarat Blwra la Mnwr Vavara. Winona, Minn.. Oalt, a.-ThUi city and vicinity waa rial bed. yesterday, by the worat alomi la many years st lln. aeaaoa of the year Lightning did considerable damage in the city, and ike railroads suffered much lews on account of washouts and high water ihr rhirago A Northwestern had I. 000 fi-et of traek waahed oat aeat Hoekland. Wis., and MKIO feat west oi ha inn, lYi.. the ('atcairn, Milwaukee A kit. I'aul road had two washouts Ail paaa-enawr traina oa the river dlvlsioa from Milwaukaa are abandoned. MISSOUHI STATE NEWS. Brti lit. tn. William Tan F.yrk. at kia home ia tit. Jamra, sftrr a snort illnrs. with pneumonia, agnl 7.1. Mr. Ten Kick hHii been a prominent figure In I'hrlji. county, and two years ago wna thr republican nominee for i-rpra-aentativr. He was t.irn at Curwiua villr. Mas and camr to Missouri II )cars ago. Dr. a W. Holhwcll, widely known throughout re-MiMuiuri. at the home of hia son-in-law, II. W. Will iams, ninth of Sedalia. aired as. Dr. Itothiiell waa lairn ia Alhcrmnrlr count v. Virginia, his father's farm adjoining Moatieello, Thomas Jrffrr son's liorne. Hr graduated from thr Unliersili ol Virginia, and. with his Itritlt . emigrated to Saline county, ia this siaie. where he commenced the prin t ie. of medicine. Judge It. F. Siiiima, of Farmingtnn, at Jackson. He waa judge of the 8t Frnneoi. rtninir court for many years, nud a man of abrrling char acter. Dr. James McNutt. at Hnwllnr (ireen. aged 71. He was well known in I'ike and also in Saline and Hoone counties. Thr laxly waa taken to Columbia for burial. A i .ml abawllna. Mayo ItiMlman shot and killed Chaa. Dm i. at bis homr, ten miles wrst of Auxvaaatt Callaway roiiuty. Both men wrrr II to-do farmers anil lirrd on adjoining farms. Hmlmau was walk ing south on thr rast sidr nf a hedge fmci which divide their farms, and Davis was coming north on thr oppo siir Bide. Fach was on hia own prrm lues. !'. was about Ai yrnrs old. Hr came from Indiana ahool fourteen yenr-. ago, and leaves a willow and five children. Kodman has bat one arm, i ulinut n and mimarrird. Thry had ttet i. fpiarrrling for ervrral yrara and bad hail a shooting affray about a year ago, in which Hodman waa it ..muled Thr tn.iilile ia said to hara growji mil of llixlman'a attention to Davis' daughter. n. ........ on, r. fsr Nskkers. Sheriff l uing of Vrrnon county haa 'acaivaa nnticr from . Jeffrraon City thai tm Stephen, haa offrrrd I20O reward for the rapture of the liro naiigb Imiik robbers. The Modern 'ttotluiii'n camp at lirnnaugh has also offered MM more Throe .urns, atlded to the L1si offered by Ihe Itaiikrra' a.MM-iHf ion, of which Mr Itrutmker wn. a member;the tS.V) offered bv the VaraasB rtiunlv rourt. and the '."S of It fad by Danker Itrutmker. owner of tht- l.auk, bring the sum up to 1 ,-,,i It is likely this nmount will be fur ther nn rt n.ed by the company in which the Itnnk waa insured against loaa. .kttl Xlakt l'r..lrr Mile. Skeeu was shot suit instantly killed by Patrick tiriinrs at Urown- ingtoii. a mining village ten mile southeast of Clinton. Coroner inborn- was called ami the investigation adduced evidence lo the effect that Skcen hutl lieeu prowling al.iul the premise, of flrime. after night for sonic lime, A noise at firimes' window- at nighi aitracted hia attention. He ilist hnrgevl his shotgun nt the fig ure of a man, who proved to I.. Skeen, almost severing hia neck. Skeeu had been divorced. The jury returned a terdirt of justifiable homicide. Ileesmr SattdrMly- Insane. Wllllani Miilllns, a farmer foui miles north of Springfield, crested a senate - nt Kiseumaver's mill by suddenly losing his mind anil h -coming a ravine maniac. He had brought a Itvail of wheat to market, and while at the mill completely lost hi rea son. A latna Funeral Fraceaalwn. By far the large. i funeral ever .ern in Itronnugh. or probably in Ver non County, was that of thr late Con stable Km, Mnren. who loat his life in a fight with thr lirnnaugh bank rnhlters. Thr prncrs.ion was over a mile long. Thr Heirs Wan. Tbr heirs of Hans Lawtln-r. wh bled a ctltion in the probate court of Callaway county, recently, to have their father declared nf unsound mind and Inrap.ildr of managing hi large estate, are vi lorious. The rasa camr up thr other day. rsr la.aUlwn Vonaa Wnasea, S.i-ial Officer T. Hoaaer Hoemer. of Sr. I.tnii. who was charged with lim ine insulted and assaulted (by nag ging) three young women, was nned tl'". for the offense, he having abso lutely refused to sign an apology. A Meavrr wvrlahv. Fourth st.rcrt. St. Unit, is becom ing more ami more a heavy-weight In Ihe romniunity. A granite pillar weighing ,n one piunris has juat Iveen plantcrl in front of one of thr Iniild litga there. Fwvsr Wrnlhers for the I'd ll iin. s .. Fonr sturdy brothers in the nnb form of I orlr Sam, enlisted for serv ice in thr army of tbr Philippine, is the recoril of the Shanks family of 81. Lottla. Fall Frwm reralasman Tret. George W. Ntchola, awed 11. 44M Swan avenue. St. Itotlia, was killeil in Forest park falling from a (tenim on tree, breaking his neck. Bt. i.e.i. Maalatrailon. A revision nf the registration liat of 81. Loin, ahowa a total registra tion of 133.111. an increase of 3,50 over the enrollment of IBM. ill. Harae H. 0. W. t'hilliM. of Sullivan. wa killed by hia hone falling with him, while cantering leisurely along a smooth road. Hia neck waa broken. It Kills MHo. John Brining, a German laborer, 7 years old. St. Iuia, while muter tha influence of liquor nahrtook carlwiia acid for whiaky, and died. Wtlk Intnttalss rrraswwSas. Iasisjr !IMwsj wrnrkad tha laying of tha corner-stone of Ittutcb halt, oa tha nrw site at Waahingtoa ttaireraity, fit. I -out. WUm la Bsaslsr l s t.o't , A supposed deiectlve flac eaajaad a alight fire at tha batata of aanstor CaatkraJI ia Waat,.itaa. m n n lam In the Independence Ktaa at Victor Col., Har all Quit Became of Jt. I NET ALSO NAVE OTHER SKIEVANCES. Tavs allar Sntwplrr I. Int. I. Has. Ilecverea Se ea HasareS tl Or lens 4ssares tm Wkwsa It Haa Bteea Sals ks Miners Onrtna law I'a.i Mealk. Denver, ( o., Oct -.'. A News .pe al I mm . u tor. t ol., say: Al) twiners employed st thr Inde tendence, about '. have quit work. I he cause for their action is the par sens I search plan that was begun al the mine. Thursday, by thr detex tires, whti sre kept lr, the company's as-rekee to Watch the miners md discover ore which they may have secreted on thrir person while al work on tbr ground. HrswIMloB Ada-Blew. The miners held a meeting at which Ihe following resolution was unani mously adopted liesolicil. That it be the senna of ihl. meeting that after this dale all tie i. t mploiiil at the Independence mine shall lesvr tbr mine in theii digglug clothes. A foraser Order ReealleA. Several weeks ago when the man agers of various mines in the dis trict announced that the miner, must strip to thr skin in 'hr prrsrnee ol guard. In-fore leaving the mines, thr ii't-ii at tht Independence, where Ihe ortler wa Ant put in force. Anally rein hi d an agreement with lienerai Manager Slilpman of the Indenend eiu-e resulting lr. a ni'.tification ol the rule lo the exlen' that all min ers working under ground should wear their undershirts, drawers, hats and Itte.t and paos before a detective when going off shift nt all times, r-wrssrr Aaieenvrat tanner. The resolution now adopted take. no cognizance of the former agree men!, mid shows that the lnilcvend ener mrn an- determined to leave the mil their working clothes no mat ter win! the eonseipicnees may be. A comiuiMec waa appointed lo wait on General Malinger Shlpmau nud will pn .t ut Ihr ultimatum coniainrd i the rrsolution. lllkrr ftrlevsnres. It was staled st the meeting that a namltcr of Independence employe, who have ipnt the i-oniiany' service til different limes during the last four mom h.. have ivren blacklisted sod have tteen unable to secure work at any of the leading mlnea in the di trlcl, especially those prnfiertlea whose owners slgmd the agreement with thr Indris-ndrm-r company oa tin- stripping tinier. Tht lodeirnd rnce men say thry will have an on ihralandiiig IB regard to blacklisting before the) return to work Tair l .imp.., . side. John F.rekici. the ..ampler nt the mine, asserted vhnt itr "ntnj ,,t had ret-ovenil 7no pounds of ore from . savers to whom it hsd Iveen sold during ihe past month The .tale nient was muile that six men had I teen dischnrged on the grcund Ibat thr were appropriating ore. , SELECTED FOR EXECUTION. Two VI. .e. I klsrse , TVkn H... SsBee-A las Jake. !tOfnimt. iirt pj 1 lr. MorrltHin. wlr iue tn the Times from i'ekiu, nutter dale of Ik tola-r IM. aaya: "The foreign iniul.crs. in confer ence tit-dav. derided to add the nan of I'rinee M ami Ying Xlen to thoae of thr seven officials whoae execution Fmire haa demanded. "It is said thnt the commander of the nllietl Into), nt I'no-Ting-Fu ha arrested the provincial treasurer, who was chiefly rrsvonsibe for Ihr ill trrntmcnt of the rescued mission arleiv." The St. reterslmrg correspondent of Die Daily hxpress claims to have an thority for the statement that when peace is restored, Russia will hand hack to Its ownen the railway from Tong Ku to Mn Chwang. EXPLOSION OF ACETYLENE. A Ble.eitKltean KalertatnassM In harsh frrtr.iH kr th AeelBsBl. Uhlcngo. Oct. .- An explosion of acetylene gns that was to lie used for atropticaii entertainment occurred in ihr First rrrsbytrrinn church tat Austin, last night, and thr operator tleo. I.eltcb recently returned from missionary work in India and Ceylon seriously Injured his right hand and su.tained n numlver of other injuries. The accident occurred while prrmru lions were Iving made for a stereop- Ikan lecture by Mr. la-itch on "Ceylon and India." The n was in two rilinillcal tube about two feet long. me of the tanks sprung a Irak and the light that was In the lantern ig nited It. causing the cr plosion. airlekea With Farnlgala. New York. Oct. XB.-NaJeeb Arbee ly. consul general to Kgypt daring (ien. i train i- fin! Hilminiatration, wa stricken with parslysia at the barge office last evening Kor some yean he has been one of the immigrant In specton liming In charge the orien tal bureau. Najeeb Arbnely'a father nr. a member nf thr Turkish parlia ment, but the son was educated in tin. country. He was graduated from the University nf lcnneaaee, studiod law and waa admitted to the bar ia Tcnnesoer and New York. Will Bwan ha set lira Sofia. Oct- .-At thw opening of thr snhranje, yeatertlajr, Frias-e Ferdi nand predicted that Ihe diArully ba le ten lluajraria and Hon nan at , grow ing out of tha bitter's asruand for the soppresaion of tha Macennnian r. t.tittiirtnsry committee, would soon be settled. Kiilea la an AaaaoaahMo AsslBaat. Paris. Oat. it. -Cooata Cahan d'Aa- wera, a wail-known jrarr la ParlaUa aoeiety, waa killed, yealnrday, hj aa aovoBiooilt Kcujsat aaar m PRACTICALLY ORANIHOUt, Iks 1 Ml i entp.nl. Rsv.Uraas. sa Iks Issrsae. asB Ik. Osksn arm rniisw. WHkr.lvarre, Pa.. Ort. SO.-All tha ooal . ..oi . ten in the Wyoming val ley, with a few exceptions, bine now posted notices granting their em ployes the ten per cent increase asked for hy the Heranton convention Tha rxceptiona are a few individual nper ton who do not employ mnn haoda. Hut It is .aid thst when Ihe men em ploy ei at theae collieries remrt for work to-morrow, thry will lie told that they will. receive thr MM wagra paid hy Ihr nthrr enmMinlr The Kingston Coal Co hud notices posted In-day grnmlng the im-iease. This company employs 2.20U men. nnd waa the last of the big individual eon arrow in the valley to grant the In arraar The ofltt lain of Ihe biimpn-hsnna company had a conference with their employes Saturday night and u greed to pay them thr advance. President Mitchell and Ihe executive Board of the 1'niied Mine Workrn vialted Plttaton this afternoon They were received by a large crowd, and tbrrr waa thr greatest enlhusiaam. Addresses wrrr made by President Mitchell, Fret) Ditcher and nthrr. Mr. Mitchell told all thr minrn to go to work to-morrow. He also congratu lated them on their good bel.avior during tbr strlkr. Parade, signslliring the miners' aurcesa were held in every town In tha anthracite rrgion Saturday night. Hundreds of breaker Isiya turned miU SEVEN INCHES IN 14 30URS. Wlsettnsls YlaltrB hr a lllsa.lroxxa Erelane Trsln. Ilelar4 aaB stark llaavaae Ihtsr. iAxrroaar. Wis., Oct '."J. In the !4 hours preceding eight o'cli.-k yester day morning seven nml a ijunrtcr inches of rain fell in Ihi. t ill The storm was thr severest in this vicini ty, although II vvas generally felt within a radius of Ml miles from ..ere. The Milwaukee road suffered much damage to ita Incks, ami no 'rains arrived from Ihr ra.i for .'I tioura. Thr Iaxcrosnr rivr mnrslie. are ttot.l ed, and most of the hay thai craped the la.t flood has In-cti destroyed. On H. tloiMtard'a farm, the house war. un dermined and the family sought ref uge in a Irer. whrrr thry remained until reitctieil yesterday. The tireen Day rttatl ha. a vv ishout on ihe manhes, which will n-tpiin nomc days to repair. At Hoknb. the dam which held In laike Como. broke yesterday, anil the laki has almost diaapprarrd. There Is a good deal of damage through Ihr n.iiiilri A tire caused by electricity damaged the lai rronst knitling works lo the extent of severs) thousand dollara. MARKED KOR MISFORTUNE. A raaall nf Tea hllBrrn HeB.rrB la rsr la Tbrrr Weeks fair a t is. Port Clinton. )., Oil. 311. A ipiad ruplr drowning ix-i-urrcd nrar I'laater IVrd, nn Sanduaky tm. righl miles eaat of here, yratrrday afternoon. The drowned are: Douglaas Stark, aged three yrara. (iro. Stark, aged ttvr yrara. Alfred Stark, agrd eight years. Hrnry Stark, aged 11 years. Ibry wen thr children of William Stark. Mr. Stark and the ehiblrrn went foi a boat ridr yeslerday afternoon On returning tn shore the l.iat became fouled in a fish nrt. ami the oarsman could neither forge the l.tat nlirad nor go bark. Thr children Li-amc frightened, and, learning orrr tbr .ide of thr amall craft, cupslxrd It. Mr. Stark came here from Toledo hree week ago. He then had a fam ily of a wife and ten children. I..i-t week Harvey, aged four, died, nml tin week before another child, aged three months, also died TWO YOUNG MEN DROWNED. Their laaae Canslara ta a Fob and Their Bhaala far vol 1'iakt 1st ha AaswervB, Seattle. Wash.. Oct. .- Torrry Carr, a son of II. tl. Carr. and brother of E. M. Carr. of thi. t in. and ' lark C. Carr, son of firn. Clark B. Carr. of lialf.hurg. Ilk, wrre drowm-il in laike Washington, early yrstrnlay morning, whilr duck hunting from n canoe Tha bodies hsvr not been recovered. Y. Ml nrr is a prominent la wye i hern and lien. C K. Car ia a prominent campaign sneaker aentmut Initr Illi nois by the republican national com mittee. He waa an inkimate friend of Presidrnt Lincoln, and was, several rean ago, minister to IVnmark. Tim young mrn left this city early this morning and at about seven o clock were heard shout me hal help hv oth er hunters. A few boura later the fog linen and their canoe was found floating bottom upward. Two rum en chartered by friends acurched all day for their bodies. Steamer fall. Bat? Parllall Harm-. 1,-tiisvillt , Ky., Oct. . The attra- whcrl steamer Falls City was partial ly destroyed by Are early yestcnlay morning Ixxss. IH.OOO. The boat coat 40,000, brloaged to the Kentucky div er Packet and Tow boat Co., ami plied between Louisville and FnnkforL Thr origin of the fire bv not known. envrr alsrallaa la tasl.s. (.'anion. 0., Out. It, The rrgistra- tioa of voter, which closed here Sat urday, ahowa a total registration of 1,101 voter, a gala of 111 over tha registration in tttt. The English Han Waa. Londos, Oct. ML- The match raea between I. NntnHnii'. English horaa Eager ridden by Morninglon Cannon. and John A. Drake's American horse. Eoyal Flush, with fa, Reiff nik which ras run oter the Hnnt Turf club aaarae. wa won to Eager. Bnsalh att th otaest Btlnlster. Indianapolis. Ind., Oct. hV-IW. ary Ruaaell Prltohard, tht otdeat C Ha Ita ii akaiatter ia tha United Mat, died taddtaly at CvtarfiaUl, WARNING TO MOTHERS. rraa Bhwwa Maw thr Vnatk af th U.4 la Oklalla hr Ih Trawts. "1 am glad to talk to aa sudieaee rompnsed so largely of wnmrn," said W. J. Ilrraa. In a recent speech, "for rrrtslnly in this conteat thr woman I as much interested a the man. I not the mother ialereated In her ton? I no' Ihr mother Interested In making life worth something for hrr son? I wiah that rvrri mother in this land could study the trust question am! leant ber own cm, notion with It. Sin find out about It when she goes to buy ugar and otbrr article controlled by the treat aad I told that thr trust have raised tbr prices. Hut to mi mind that la tha Iraat abjection to thr trust. If thr i ii. t a raise price we ran (imply buy Irs, bat when a trust mimHr an Industry and the door of op portunity again. t ihr young man and attempt to condemn a mnn to perpet ual rlerkabip under monopoly ami to ervitudr under great monopoly , then momvpoly strikes s severer blow than It does through thr prices thst it extorts. "Mothrri. what would you havr your son do? Would you havr your boys go onto the farm? Why, you know that to-day thr farmer takes more chances than any other man. and haa leas Influ ear in thr govrramrnt. st Iroat hr I lea rontldrrrd by those who govern. Are you going to havr your hoy go among thr laboring men and have but onr ambition, and that to havr a full dinnrr pall, and only to havr that wbrn the trust will let them havr it.? An you willing tn Irl your ann go into Ihr anthracite coal region and take hi chance at lea than II a day. with powder at tz.TS a krg? Arr you satia Ard to havr your boy go thrrr? Do you want him to go into a storr? Don't yon know that to-day thr truat ia hrm ming the storekeeper about? Don't you know that the trust I thnrtrning credit? That ia laying upon the re tailer all tbr chance nf hu.inraa? Don't you know that the truat I to day compelling the mrrrhsnl to agree not to sell any but trui-msiie goods? Would ynu bsvr your boy go Into a big factory, that to-morrxiw thr trust may come and bankrupt him? Would you bars your boy hsve stock lu a trust ? THE "MUM" The big stockholder, will frrrsr him out bsfore the rear Is ovrr What will you havr your boy do? Will you havr him a lawyer? Why, Ihr law huainraa i gravitating toward thr t. flier, of thr largr corporation attorneys, and Ihr nthrr lawyers arr rlrrks In their of ficea. What do you want your boy tn do? Is it not time thai yon wen think ing ? Is it not time you were using your own influence to takr this govcrn mrrrt bark and place it nn Ita old foundation and make It again a frrr government of Ihe people, by the pro pie nd for the people, In which the homlilnt ciltxec may aspin lo thr higheat reward In the political world? Ia it hot time that you mother wrre thinking, and if an rronotnlr question cannot arouse yon. is it not time thai you were studying thr army quest loo T" Me. Mrraa'a Teas! Csrreellvr. Ia hi Madison Squsrr speech Mr. Bryan outlined his trust corrective. To place on the free list every truat-made artirlr. Thlr. -Tottld be rotnprnaation In part, at least, for thr multitude the trusts hare thrown out of rmploy meat. Tn require trust, to take out a license and submit to scrutiny in every state la which thry operate nd In which they wen not orgaaiaed. scrutiny be irg presumably exercised in the state of their organisation Theae measures, ha lie I lev, will red Industrial dra potism which put a trust price on every finished product snd on every article of raw material entering Into a truat prodktct. Hr would squeeze the water out of the atock. After that proce there would be. he Ihiaka, hoo cat corporation. Intelligent men may differ ntmut thr efficaciousness of Mr. Bryan' trust corrective. At let all will credit him with tke brain to dr fine a correct Ivr and thr courage to apply It If thr people grant him the sower Chicago Chronicle. MeKlBler' Rvll Activities. Mr. McK'nley ha established colo nic under the American flag, be haa utsttltuted military fore for moral force In our national life, he haa apat ob the declaration of Independence sad trampled on the eanttltlutinn. he baa allowed the British flag to he bohrtrd ovrr American territory in Alaaka, be has sought to revive th extinct Clay-ton-Bulwer treaty snd compromise our control of the Nlearagusn canal, hr ha treated thr dying Sooth African repnb llc with brutal indifference to plraae his flstterers in Knfiand, hr haa sup ported and protreted Ihe trust in thrir attempt to destroy eoau petition aad take away hope from the youth of th nation. N. Y. Journal. Wa ha aneat upward of gann, MJMO la the Phltlpptaea, sacrifice., the live of 3.000 American boys and ruined the health of 11.060 others, and all for what? Tot the privilege of sailing to the Philippine the beg garly aroonut of tl .Qttu.l 49 worth of Ararrieaa goods. Th value of the goods we haw Bold them a I oca tha battle of Manila would aot pay for the powder wa have burned over there. Is the game worth Vhf mm dia;-saa SlutMtraM. ''SSHI SSH I MONEY TALKS I DEFENDS THE DEMOCRACY. rraa aad Ills faetr Are Blraaallaa Maintain Ihr Peine I ales al Ihe t .o. . iut.il. .t Senator June, chairman of th datuocratir national cxMaamilt lee, h replied to many attarhs which have been made upon William J. Bryan rr cently. Kepublirau. haw declared that Mr. Bryan if rlrcted prrsiihtnt would arbitrarily nullify I hr law which makes gold thr standard of Hit- Called Stale money. Thry havr also drelsrrd that if Mr. Bryan was elected he would pack Ike supreme court with demo crat and populists. Senator Jolira aaya: "It bar. been the faahion for lh re publican for Borne years to denounce democrats as narhists. revolutionists, etc.. but all fair-mlndnl men will ad mit that at this tlmr thr rrpubliran party verms to have a monopoly of rrv. olutlonar. ngrr.'ion'- We tee a sec retary of tbr Irra.iiry in an effort I tllstiirli thr bualnrss of thr ciHititry for political effrct. suggesting that Mr. Bryan, in eas of his elect lob, would deliberately evade ihe law with a pnr pose aa unatatr. manlike ami unpatri otic sa his own in making theae sug gestion. Fortunately, Mr. Bryan has been before thr public long enough for -i rrv one to know Ibat tricks and false prrtensrs are not among his wsspons, snd suggralions of tbi kind excite conlrmpt. "But worse than this is the fact the other mrti who should deapls such pretenses iffei't to believe that in cs Mr Bryan is elected, he will park tht Btiprrmr court for purpttare of hi own. Can It hr possible that thr mrn them selves actually contemplate aueh revo lutionary methods In caae Mr Mc Klnlry ia elected? If they do not find this danger in thrir own minds, It la difficult lo conjecture where there ills-temp-1. .! imngiuutiun find a prrtrxt for It. "I repeat that thrrr Is nothing in any drmorratie utterance upon which this falae prrttii.e nf n fear of attack upon the suprrmr court can be found ed, Thr i-'iii.trurtior. put upon the ex pression, in the democratic platform ot IsvTt. which werr prnrrted and mis con. trued a. a Its!, foi such charges, wss uuwarrantid soil untrue. Nusuch CAMPAIGN. purpose ha ever entered thr mind of say democrat, but. on the contrary, the leading idea with democrata everywhrrr i. to return to the prin ciples of the constitution of the t'nltcd State, and to faithfully administer the laws as written." M'KINLEY'S PROSPERITY. Rsees. of an.laes. Fallarea Darlaa th laasl I ear ttkitwa kr Br pablleaa Aalknrltr. 'I'h Assoriatrd Pretvs, onr of tha Inrgrst and most aophistiratrd cor poration, in the world, helplessly hands out the following uniler dale of October .1. Headers will and It la mime remote corner of Ihr corporation aheets of the nr.: day: Hr.irts to It. 0t Duu A Co, show eommrrcial failures for thr nine moo tbi of this year to date. Compari son is made below of failures snd lla billtiea thla year and last for nine months In dlffrrent settlons of the country: Number Usblllihxs. I M IMS M. Knalsm! .1.1 MkXdbT U l.MS Pttulhrnt . .t.MO Lilt aiuirtw.st an m Ont'l west l.40t l.r North, -est Ttl 171 PactBr Tat ?I7 tj. a ?.au i.avt Hat.an.sat M7.mo.ax. It will be readily aeen by tbr ehova figure that la the aloe months of the prearnt year the number of bu.lnrsa failure In the t'nlttd State exceed those of bod for thr same lime by at7. t will be not.-, I that the HablH ties for the same period of the same year exceed thorn of 1MM by H : M3. Now. this should tell the tale. Thr sisnc dispatch is taken from the op gfiit.it. of October 4. The facta snd figure, sre from H (I. Dun A Co. 'a commercial agency , which haa alway been counted a republican con cern. Now. then, when a republican boaat to you about "Mi-Klnlry' proe prrity" show him these flgurea, which any doubter cau verify In the Ore gnnlan of October 4. The heading of tbe article is. of course our own. Aa Increase of Mt.lUJMtf In failures in 1900 over a corresponding period In IBM shows whether time are better or worse Cut thia nut for reference It Soon the republican "prosperity" howler flat aa a flounder. Oaaoeiaaltr rarefallr Beateeled. The republican party has, ever since March I IMT, had all Ihr newer there is ia the general gorernmeat. In all Ita braiichea. i enforce all the laws (lie re an against monopolistic eomhioationa la real rain t of trade. It has alao had, during that period oi three year, all thr powrr that any major! iy party In both branches of eoagres ran haw to pas new Jewa for that purpose. The anti-true law of lStBO. framed by two of th ablest aad xaost distinguished republican statesmen, John Sherman and fleorge F kUhtnunrhkh been all thlatimeinextateece. To say that th .t kw ht of ho use will not do, because un der it provietotu several mrenopoliea ia restraint of trade have baea xntetMimtr ll.fll Ml lt'a'a a I.S7nJM till est i,m,m t.aM.tt If iaugfarvi wiih.1-MUawrs stum..