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TBB INDIAN WAR
IS ABODT OVER. 1 I'cvi' ii'ni miss ion M.iki-i Teriiu Sti,liirtoiy to the I'illas pr I ml luttM. KKADV T0C0IE IN AM) SURRENDER. Iftlie Term- Up Acceptable the Ho tile I. "i Men Will Lay Mil Tbeir Firearm. THE INDIANS LADOH OVER THE BATTLE. The i Hay They Jul Wanted a l.itll Inn aad Aaaert That Not a an On Tbelr Mda Wa Hurt Walker Minn , Oct VI - ihn Bear la land or lMiaicur Indiana have agreed to MrTftnler, and war ha ktMi averted. It only remain for the term to be ar raiiKed hefore the boat lie will come into the ntfenry. rather Aloyatu tiomaii nU. liu BM-HH ni Chief (wa-0ha W.y-HimuiiK, the thrni p-aca comml alniiera, who left on tua Flora Ttieaday venuiK 'or the biwtile camp, got back I 4 o'clock tbla inorinug. Tey got to tba rump at Black Duck nnl at the mouth of Boy river at 9 o'clock Tin-aday night The Indian on watch reapond ad to the aiguola, and the three p.c coniiiuuioner went ahor' In a kiff, carrying flour, lauxm, nuirar, rice tolac CO ami canned good. They met a large number of lndUn lrk in the wood and were given a cordial greeting. The battle of a week ago waa talked over. The Indiana alluded to It a a "little fan " They aaacrtnl that mm. ..f their number kilbd or wounded. Uug-Mah-tie-Shlg waa not in confer ence with the peace commiaaioner. but bla greeting were houtvd lck and forth aero the little hay between him and the cnnimtasloner. The Indiana were familiar with every movement of the troop and marahala, and nothing told them waa new They aaki'd why tha newapaper men had not come out, and aawl they eipcctad tham When it waa cipUinad that it waa thought advisable for only a few 'ople lo go out, tb boat ilea laughixl at the fears of the people and invited the cor raapoudeuta Ut go onl. The p.port in writing will 1 made to Indian 'ommlsaloncr Jones. The eini. Mtriea refusal to make public their re port until it is submitted to CoiuniiMion r Jouea. They say the In. liana will come to the agency when a reply ia sent bark to the iuctiou uaked in the r'irt of the couiuuaaloiii r Bath r i Uallir. Clni-agn, (Vt. IS Tha Jury in tha ra- i : Attorney Klw unl wnik' Tow no and John I.. Mowatt, charifed with con piracy to wreck tha Lumbermen's Bmlding an-i ntii.ii by uuti lutnik' ! ivi r-inp pna"eeiling, found both defendants guilty. Tow lie wa fltMMt IIVM) ami aenteno-il I" tha peni tentiary. Mowatt was fined Tlw men w.-n re., aw I "ii U.nds p n iniK ap plication foi a new trial Townn is a play w right of soma note, and ha lcn ppimiuant in politics, having I' .n can didate for judge of tha superior court on the 1'opull.l ticket a year ago Mowatt waa a clerk in a wholeaale dry good otUH. Istulssil I'aua'a r..llr f..tr. l'ana, Ilia , Oct. ll - Mayor Fenwell. Who is a son of a prominent coal opera tor, lias discharged the entire police force, nr. using I In in. .1 i u I, itli ynithy fiar the strikers. New men were sworn In, but of the Hi city conn oilmen nun unci that lb.-new officer Will Im removed at the next council meeting. 111.1 I . I. Makl Visa. Beaumont, Tex , Oct. 13. Joe lug raliam, who runs a store on College aire.'!, ha made romplainl to tba city ilice that ha wa held up in Urn south end of town and robbed of ?. 11" says that the I men wborohlsM him were loth masked and he la unablu lo identify them. Trala Hubbam I'laad tlnlllf. 8t. Joxeph, Mo., Oct. II. -William ami Jama II it haw -iv have pleaded guilty to the charge f robbing the Bur lington poaaanger train near here on Aug. II. Sunteuoo ha not yet la-en Lall lar Ihs Mult l.an.1 Berlin, (a-t. It InfWQf an I em pre of (ieriuaiiy left at ll.i'rlork tin morning on their Jnnrney to the Holy Laud. They will go direct t" Coiistan tlnopl" and from tlinico to I'aleatiue. I m a.ioiiaiii.n. St I'etcrsburB, 0M -Tim news paper hern urge thu iu'tiu of the possession of Fasho ion the Nila, now dlsputixl by local Kit, i mil France, to la aedtied by urbitiatn Kirk -.il.llat al .ill. Washington, 0M. A dispatch fromdener 1 Wmsl, commnndiiig San tlago. s.tya ere are iiM f.-ver caaes and il-'' au .ii his command. IN l RRO CASTLE POR THIRTEEN YEARS. "I (Hll Tall af Ml rk.. la t'aba, Mas II Wa. i ..... i IWkford. Ilia., Oct. 1 1. ftamoel Kn- sign, an engn r of the old time Itacine and Missiaalppi railway, a raeldent of tbla rity many year ago, ua returned, old ami broken in health, with a aad story of imprieoiimrnt and suffering in 'nU. When i:-inrii l..'l Ko kfonl he went to Onba. whara be obtained a situation aa an eiiguii er in a ugar ralluery One night Kubrn, wlln two fallow work man, rivaled au assault being made upon a native woman by Hpanish sol dier. Thu next morning, Kuaign aaya, all thn r were taken prisoners lo Ha vana, where they were placed in Morro caatla. One of Ibe men died in seven months, and tba other lived two and one-half year. For II years and k month, Kuign alleges, be waa confined in the raatle, allowed to speak to no one, and only to walk through a corridor '.'io feat long for recreation. At the expira tion of that time Kuaign says, be waa taken out and set lo work with a ball and chain on his ankle at couatructing a plaxa At that he worked for mora than five years He became friendly witb priests and attendants in a neigh boring monastery, and one night waa spirited away ami p.aceil on a man-of-war that finally lauded him in Mexico. When pla-cd in prion, l.n.igu ( Uima, he had c. rtificiitaa of OnKaot to the amount of fsiam and laK) in money, none of which waa returned to him. Ap,.tll l.alrgal ti. I'uba. Washington, Oct. la. Cardinal Uih. Iiona, who la here att.'iiding the meeting of archbishops al the I ' at nolle universi ty, ba received a cabb gram from Home AwnkisHor . ii a i n n announcing that the popt. haa kptaunted Archbishop ( 'happelle of New Orleans !-' h irg.it. tol'nlai. Ha will re tain his position at New Orleans, his new Held lieing a special mission Arch bishop Cliappelle is now in Borne ... ... . Maw I'al.ln!. I'.ii' i. - Ayres, i let l ( ii-nrnil l(. a. who on June Vi last was elected preaV dent of the republic of Argentina for a term of six year by rn.rrarnt itivra of the II prnvlncea, will aamue the pr.. dency today. Ha haa form. I a inin- ! tatry a follows : Miuiater of ilia interior Dr. Yofra. SMiiiter of foreign affairs- I r Amaii na Alcorta. Minister of Finanrv! Dr. Ba MiuisH-r of war- (emral ('.iinpo. Minut. r of marine Major (ieneral M. Bivudavia. Ki.aalni lull Tl.n. North Bridge, Mae , Oct. 13 -The Wlutiiiavi lr mai'hlna work are on full time after a hurt time schedule for two T'ar Many .a-uera nave i-. r.c iv.-i '' ma hinery for a 'largucoiton mill in Buaaik. NEWS IN BRIEF. The gold reserve in the treasury i fJ4H.Il ,'! til' highest lltt ever reached. John II Crawley, a leading fanner near Knoxville, Tenn , waa munlereil by a negro farm hand. The next ' invention of the general Kplacopal council of bishop will l held at San Franciaco In 1111. Matthew A Morgan, mayor of Okaw viile, III., was kllleal at that place by U-ing run over by a train. .lei" Van Beiisaaler, a former treasurer of the Fort Worth and Bio Orande rail nwd, waa arrested at Fort Worth, Tex., charg'-d with rinU zliiig fuuna of the riavl. Ha gave laitld. The mc-'hant of Caldwell, Tex , hair sign. . an agreement nut tn sell anv good on credit until after Jan I, Ihiei 11 I. Hamlin waa shot and seriously wounded at Maple, Tel. James Ivi-rwm vvn killed near Hous ton, Tax , by bis team running away. I u gin of W C llurrus waa struck by lighting at McKluney, Tex., and de al niyed by Ore. Forty latlea of cotton burned, Cliarles Sinclair receiveil judgment at Sherman. Tax., against the Katy rail- laid for x hi for personal injuriee. Jiiaaph Cphua, an agisl negro, waa run doM n by a man on a bn-yclu at Sher man, Ti , and seriously hurt. Frnest orgcr Lamla-rt, a liiiancier at j London. Fng., has failed III liabili ties are placed at t-,U0u,im. An irlhiiakr in Hi. t, an Hondura did gn at damage to every coast city in that country. Shell-, outhouses, Iraaj and fenca iitfun'd at Mou. ton, Tex., from the sturm on Mouday night. THE SELECTION Of CAMP SITES IN CUBA. At Maraaa the i ... .... Will Hmi i ... If Me l-l.r-.i I .. Ik am Hear I a r "" Havana, Oct IV. Lientennnt Colo nel Livermore of the corp.- of engineers, and Colonel O K Warr - Jr . with tha niemlB-ra of Ibe United Mat. lrd ap poiuiad to look after camp sitae in l 'aba, are expected by tba Plant line .t. amer MaM-ott. Tbey will occupy apartment r. m r, il f..r tle in at Hot. 1 I'aau, The commiaaioii will visit a i. umber of pro'd alius for camiia, nolahly along tha range of lull on the other akto of Calsinas which are likely to ha favorably considered as Ibay are lry and healthful, witn a giaxl water aupp.y in which most other augffeetad baatuins are da Ac la nt Captain Juan H. Hart, interpreter to lb.. I ii.t.- rltataaavao-ationcomiiiittaa, baa delivered several dia-umenu to th rnlah commission among which waa one, it la reported, calling attention tn tba vary small numlwr of troop vac. aling the island in learners for Hpain from Havana. Tha Scorpion with Captain 1' .raker and Lieut, nant Wade went to M wi.-l in tha province of Bmar del Kio to report aa to the sanitary condition ther . lha state of the garriaon and foru ami tha position of the sunken Spanish transport Alfonso XII. Charles (timid, special rapraai ntative of Ilia department of Jntrn rounac- tn.ii It ll tl.r I ' mir.l M.l-r. , 4 , . commissioner'. mis completed his impnry into the iiieiho is of Hie Havaua supreme court. The Mexican Bed l'n aorictv has cabled ;;ai in gold for the relief of sick soldier returning lo Spam Admiral Sam nam, w ho has been un der the we.itber for several daya, ia now entire '.v r. r.oere i Maj'.r He condition Cotitliiuea f rural. lir Liiuew no i m att. nd ance says then- is no causa for alarm. v Aaseviana r.Mi..nir t... Washington, 0M. VI. A cablegram ha I" " ' i tb- (...! launmeiit ftom the oalal -tii ui-i-ri (III to I'orto H co w hich ai there are no proviamna on iliat island for Uniduig poetal representatives Hnd that as the Spanish still la cupy San Juan no Ameri can HMtal station can Iw esiab. -in-i tlu-rr at piesent No mail, acctsrdiiigly, should be sent to San Jnati until such a station ha 111 established llrsksm f'oallnass Ilia l-.n , Washington, Oct. Vt Oenaral lira ham continued Ina testimony befor.' tie. war inveatigalin couimlsaiou II. fur ii.lied tb.- i-ouimitlae w ith a statement show Wig III"' pere. HMgi' of Sickness III Scrofula Leads to Consumption. Inherit. .I I'IimhI .Ii-. iiwh u r.- mhi. Ii m .r- diflictilt I" eiif t Imt i IkSM which un- Keqoirad. Oni- ; tin immt common h r.-.li tury iliaa- i Scriiliiln, which tb Bwdiol DfOkaWrioa MBIll ii moat olMtiiutto iitnl do'-s-nt'il: iinil their effort! to euro it meet with liltl" -ii a. A chilli iillln'Uil with Scrofula ia nlwaya puny ami sickly, ami can m vr grow into health- mm. hood until the (li-ni-.. in eliinimitoil. Scrofula h-aila into sumption nine Iiiii.h out of ton. - tlmi it h iniiM.rtnnt for thia r&Mon tlmt imini'iliato attention ! given to all children who inherit t h shght-i tuiul . My li.r. r N'pofilla I cn-d with a. in curvatnr two year D any gil illlpMV'ing ever) day III (lure mouth he threw aahb- Ina crutches, for he had no further use for them; thu dreadful ilie eae hail la-en eliminated euiirely from In aystem, and he wn restored lo perfect health. Tbu euro i a pwHMl aa noalgn of the disease haa returmil for l"i year. W, A. OfcMIWi Addie. N C. When my daughter waa an infant she had a evere case of S'rofula, for which she waa under the constant care "' physicians for scleral years. She waa wor nt Ibe end of thai 1 1 m-. however, ami w almost de-Bl.sir.-d of her life. Afewla.tiles of Swlft'a Bpecitle curwl h.-r completely, a itieemed to go direct in tl. eauae of the trouble I believe it hi,, i, , ...nal for atul.lairn cae of BOddlM..- .Iin'h are Iseyoinl the power of i it ha i .i I liliaal re 1 1 1 i . i - S. 1. Huook, Moliticello, (la. Scrofula ia fnijip ntly an mhoritod IiIikmI tiunt , hut ia often nciuir'il by au iuiioverikhiil condition of tin IiIo.mI, cnuacd by impure air, iKxir ventilation and other tWfldkwt nauitary iur rounding. It niiiH. r not Iroiu wluit caiiao it nn-", Scrofula ia u det'ii-seiiu d I'Io.mI dieoaao foi which B. 9t8.it the only cure. liectiiMe no other remedy can roach the impurity in the IiIiwhI nnil fore it .mi S. H. H. elimiiiate-i evory trace ut the taint, and a pfrf.Htt, and complet" cure i the f -oilt S. S. S. ia purely vegetable and ia the only Mood remedy iruurunt d to contain nt a purticle of Hitvli, mercury, or unv "ther inin "ral. Hooks on hlixxl and akin due him innil' d liochy Swift Specific Co., AtlanU. 0v Swift's Specific Cures Scrofula. Ill M - - - . .lUu. Ja. i San. Ml Tha atstauianl tbnwa.1 a nil ' ml ineraaaa for tha enelia partnt. tha ! uiwuaat lttM blui 0 par taut, to ward to fttd of rpiamtr. lianar-l Ur-ham brltaTni the (iroximitr kl ! oiii' lo .iioMur t UUttp Alfar rini bla mm ibmti my mhar hum fur lb , MM thrrc, and akl tha m-n l of l ftcar alMi want of ti n opinion thouiriit tiw warn of water far -album porvwaa and l no habtta of too men eal tntr other fowl than that prvarnbad lr I tha rtrula(ion bud ilrlet.riou uiOu D' M4 Mar sacpll.s. New York. Oct. la. Had t'ro Aifi ut Barm baa cablinl Stephaii lUrton of tba rxarutiv oommitUs- ben- that all tin voliiiit. . r in I'orto Rim hara baaii or dered home, mid th.tt W.UtiO rrfc-u!-ra ' will I- m lit from tha United Stairs to taki' tl.i-;r 1 1. II" pe liet tliat tba irk ntt' will 'iu.il tlutl of tha jiraaant trwipa in I'orto Kico 10 ilara after tbelr ; arrival, ami lata that be need a iarit" amount of MM for Ihriu and to ilock tba Tassels itartuiK north witb troupe. r.ar Jl.ws. Waahinitton, rt. Ii Official dia pat.'hea from ina mariiK' lioepital serf ice abnw tbara are 10 place in the atale of j Miaaiaaippi tnfectad by yellow ferer. j 8Uty-eran new caaee are rwportad and one death, which orcnml-t llarnatoti. At Kranklia. lav, there are H new ' naeee, tint they are reported to be of a mild type, tnere were nodeatha. Tba outbreak reportail at Uay Hi. Loot, III., prote tn In nt Wavrland, a little I i.-. four mile thia aide of (Villi r Hay Tin- reirt liow ulna cane there PMMMM " Omaha. Omaha. Oct. I'i. The third day of Omaha' MW jubilee wa th" prcl- i tWnt'a day at tba Tranmifilppi eipo itiou, and It wa a bummer. The ureal lent pro'slliiv never received it more en ttiti.iaalic irr-etiiuf than tliat at Ilia ei position uroiiud. By far the create. t cp wl III the WMtern allow ' hltory, Ml larK'' crowd that Ita number la almot mip-Kiiiii- to i iiui.it.. I'.-op .- tliron.iil ata .lit the til ilforni from w hi :i I'n drill ;.!. Kililey it.n- In. t-inn llanlly on.- ..it n. e win sk"ii dv him Wltll'll 'll. I not evoke from tllu ieopia rlieer ll "II rttecr 4 Vr i .. I . s ' Troy. N. V.. Oct. 12.- I'harU-aU Mac arthur, the vetaniii ditorof the Tror Northern Hti'lyef, dml at hi home in fbia city, u. d .4 year. After a wide and varied eipariem-a in newapapcr Work In- !. inn . ily ..utorol the New York .-mi. then hwiiimI ty Mima V Itcach A year later he came to Troy and with other purrbaeed The Northern liudiret. MM rurlx O.a.1. Hoaton.Oci I '.' John VI. Korhr, Mr , president of tie- Imnrd of director of the ('hicayn, rJurliuKton anil yinm r railroad, dlail at hi home at Milton -old Ini) hail the worst ci. r .rani of Ilia neck wn. Ml d t.'ir disease llnally resulttil re of the spine rh)lclnlia. lifter I treatment, failed tod" Inin Some on. reconuiietu'ed S S , and aa )MM as Ina ayatetn waa under the efT. ta of the iniHlicinr. the sore la-gan to get U tter, and in a few week hail Icalcd completely He lore long ho could walk on mitche, in.d waa At WILSON'S Celery New Crop Syrup Maple Syrup. Graham Flour Fresh Dozier c.fli?:8 Chase & Sanborn's Mocha and Java Roasted. Fleischman s C0ZE5STSE0 New Crop Dried Fruits K ANDY ITCHEN !i , . yjj NAM ON EVERY PIBCf LOWNEY'S Chocolate Bonbons. Patrons and Friends i Of lira.., Madi'on, Iirim-K, Kolarrt'.ni and Hurli-soii ( ountir ti nnn nnn nnn s9l.UUU.UUU.UUU oc nnn nnn a-riUng UIN8 amoai JO.UUU.UUu jiilid. iitly l.i li.M. Unit .un .s-rvr you lett.-r and rliffr limn any niw .... ii, (r) .Rr af lllka, hi- I.. . ( ity, town or ( "iinlry. I liavr an i lln i. nt - lli. . f.,r. . . i. uttitiri of whirl, are Miff tha management of FRANK n HcCONNlCO V I llln. . -t'M--t-ii V. Uitiil.!c l.ifr A--ur.ii.'.' So, i.-t ..i Ni-w York; fUMt M wt hi ! I.iir, Am. I'nion Life; Ki'l. Iity ii n i i i a-tmlty of New York, r.wkli h I m Ihr ill- salbnriir.l s4.ui la Br;an 1 -ms tfnll; au... n'n4 will s'rr Islr ;oar 1 . ,. - .. ID. IVdCcCOlVIVICO. CXI. P. Franklin & Son, Butchers and Meat Dealers. tfe Buy Hides, Wool and Pelts,1 Markets under Academy of Music and next door to John Mike's store. Come to See $ sf t -1 lyA ; i .11 i i '-a wfiL'.m -m r V h UMisrw r. J I JOHNSON BUTTER on Ice. 0 YSTER Parlor. Berwick Bay OYSTERS Served m any style or delivered to any part of town. -t- Fine Fruits. Candies. and Cigars. I'll KM. Me ! And li t ' htvt I .uiet, Sweet Chat iilniut tlina.- Sir.. I'rrsi'iil you want In luiy; nUiut tha Kngrnving you wont done. I have Moved to B. S. Read t Drug Store where I h:ir the liiiiviest Ufa L ti V lauial.V a1 '- 11 a.s 1 ai a r-. awwwii 1 uiuiiiuiiu, naisnci, liocss. tie. ever brought lo Bryan. John M. .Caldwell. Tli .! .-,.r.