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BIG STONE GAP, WISE COUNTY, VA., THURSDAY. MAY 19, 1904.
Tlif H-n. One Scored on Hie
Sea Since the I'eo-itiii.ng
of the War.
JAPANESE CRUISER TORPEDOED.
Til* Hi-r Armored War Vc*-el Wa*
Unlit (rippled Km inn I"t
Ba n* the lie! tmii.
Tv? Thousand Japanese Have Reoc?
cupied the Read to Sar-chilipu.
Again Cutting OW Communi?
cation With Port Arthur.
7 lao YaB?, May lt - Tho advene
six mlle* I" inw I ?
rel makin*: any furl! -
lg stn.ne fcirtwji ati. ?
thr greatest care
-hen. who hs. ratal
a reronnrilsanre of ta
sl hamlll* <'
? ilrivi n nlT
ral.urr;. May I
.-inotinring that afi?
re! Mown up
In DalB) tl
tr.tr at heavy ri;
Map ii - 'i
tn whirh Rase
tate*] that th. i
I fruin Japan
l.lan Yana, "t I
? aaaataa ?
? its whole au I
la* Tallenuan hay, ami was earrie!
. .lo tKiat. tmt ?.
.. uti Ir ni
larkoess fell the teal
? rt Arthur, le .
sith no lights a boa:
? engines to I.
? wa. laie Wa.
? line of the Jupa:.,
liping Un.nigh th.
boa! pickets marni ie nearest
warship, a big srmor.
???ar,!., her tatt
? against ber side a single
A deafening roar
Immediately flames enveloped the
which evidently was badly
aw of the cruiser was aeen to
i? the Ure. which tl.
I in extinguishing A sister
?> the damaged vessel In tow
ii'I>eared to U.
mern eseaped tan hat fire di
? gainst her liy the Japane**
t being unable to intait U
rmn Arthur or to get
tat | , f .1 rainy
?>nly a few of the higher officers
?erB aware of the plan, the ?
?chtevement raised the spirit* of th<
Rna.lan. afloat and a?b.orr, sssl tat
T'ling naval officer who was the herc
of the eipiolt was feted ta
mended ?or tn< eros*
I he Russians, on May ll, apprehend
'he presence of a
? meant a' attempt to taptue.
"??ay. blew rt- the pier, and quietlj
evacuated ^ place.
Two thousand Japanese have moe
' to SancalKpu, a gan
? P..rt Arthur
AGED MRS. GILLESPIE.
Ths Flrat Witness, to Testify In the
Rising Sun. Ind.. May 10 ? Th? fa.
moul Gillespie murder rase haa at last
Judge Downey .
formally opened court. Ute little hall
of Juaticw was crowded with excited ;
spectators, who stood In crowds to get I
I glimpse of 'he four prisoners?Jas.
Otllespie. Hr, and Mrs,. Myron Ber?
il.",:r ir,.; --ward, woo arc
inter of Miss
tte, twin sister of
14 Mn Mar
mother of Junes Oil- |
l.-spie. wu tbe stand as thc '
first Watt .it beside Jim
i In an?
swer to q
tor thc prosecu
! that she will be 80
years of sgt. on Juue 3 She hss been
a widow ll yeal that Jim
? tn. Jim is now
SH years of sg* !!? left beatle throe
tart ago. saying tha'
hail known the Barb,
noting, an.l told nf the
sound of ? ?? mistook
I thought ef
sim. and railed
I ran in'
! Ung in tl
lor I rai
-.? waa no
room, and take
In anawer to a question, abe said
?ig for Barbour,
. she toll
AN INTERNATIONAL STRIKE.
Or* lt Being Considered By the Ele?
' are em
lt Cauiei i Great Deal of Apprehen
Inon in St- Petersburg.
:i view of
thi- north of th?
? i call the
liing In Tapadr.i
i nf the tranquil
Maj Con. Kflug's dispatch
for further itu
with the advisability of acting with i
THE ASSAULT ON PORT ARTHUR
lt Will Be Attempted Before thc
End of May.
?.fl rina ti or.
' I has rta minors ol
I no atten
.r paid to tat
ill of Port Arthur Ii
?? a great aaa
1 that fortress will be atti te;
i The correspondent of
' News tl ays that he lef
Mt Tuesday, winn Un
' channt red. two cruiser!
' .:i May 7
men and was provisioned to:
, Miles For Parker's Running Mate.
V , May 16.?The repor
? was current am.ma; the big politician:
here that S*n.-i ll had open
? ed communications with Ona. Wilso!
with a view to Ue
, deaaocra' . ticket willi Judge ifarkfcj
DIED IN THE WATER
MirNliipinan Phillip lliiuin-rhara,
\Mnriin?f. W. Va.. I/i-nvriit-ti
Near the Naval Ararit'niy.
LAUNCH CAPSIZED IN A SQUALL.
The Heroic K.fTort Mad* liv Un* of
His I'onipanlnn* lo Saie Him
I I listening.
A B'idge Span Across th* Truckee
River Broke and Four Young Peo?
ple Wira Thrown Into th*
Water and Drowned.
Annapolis. Md.. May 1*
man Phillip llrittingham. of u
W. Vi a member of the third rlass of
the naval academy, waa drowned about
two mile, from the naval I
Sunday sfternoon. The young nisn
academy dook In a sailing
launch with Midshipmen Andersen.
-.. Towers and Stevena, all of
I la-ss The boat waa wlth
rhoard or air tanka and. be?
ing caught by a strong gust of wind.
and sank immerlia:
B| men struggled in the wster
? ? fl ???? taotber academy
tioat containing irveral other
ham was ana bte lo grasp I
rn. who wa.. In
and la bl
".ate was dragged uti
in ll ll
?lie assistan. ?
forts proved una
.m sank In IT
'ip snd the res
And the body
of ag., a *"ph llrir
' awn limit of tl ?
rawes aero*, the Tm
; ga. five mllea west of
man of I - jr and
C T. Tl
len stn.am and dion
? nmg men .rm athletes and
In a heroic effort *..
npanlona Mr Jacobs
lan. holding her
.aler, but In her n
lila arms and both went down
water, and then
a to turn on his bark wier
the woman seised him an.!
They Adjourned Without Conferring
With th* Union on the Wage Scale.
for their hollies Sunday night without
conferring with the Green Bottle
?' I'nlon on the wag* scale. A
similar amp has not been taken In
many y.-ars anti the workers are con
slderabl] I inaner
The manufacturers aay it ia useless tc
he wage question ur, lei tl..
present trade conditions.
THE COLLEGE ATHLETIC MEET
Sixteen Inatitutioni Have Already En
Chicago. May lt - Sixteen collegei
have already entered men In the ath
t that ls to take place in thu
eaty June I under the auspices of tht
addition to the nine entries I
from Stanford university
Male univ. .
loge. Drake college. Iowa state norma
college. Oberlin college snd l/imbar.
university. Over 3u'l entries hst,
I.cen msdc to date and there are man]
yet to come.
Horse Racing at Night.
Charleston, S. C , May ll?Arrange
? nients were eonipleted here Friday t<
give horse rares under electric Ugh'
n grounds traci
? nd the racing will start on June :
and continue newtan, (nw entire ima
Young Giant Seeks a Position.
Washington. May !??H. [sta Dael
t er, Jamct.t. wu N Y . wanta to be ap
i pointed to the naval academy, be
i cause, he says, be is ? feet 8 Inchon
ght Hs pounds and is 16 year
old Ile thinks his height ought to b.
r a sufficient qualification
Will Enter Airship Contest.
' St. Iaouis. May M.?Min. E. Loch
hart, representing an air and naviga
. don company of Columbus. O. ha
made an application to enter the ali
ship ronteat at the World's (air. Sb
han a tofoot racer bow bel ag built a
An Ex-Mayor's Shortage.
? Davenport, le. May lt.-shortage
aa ? K. Smith, former mayor ot Da*
1 rnport and executor of several larg.
will agk-rngats 1100.000. ac
? latest estimate* of tb.
'? creditor.' trvuftoen.
ATTACKED BY A MANIAC.
Ssegt. Maka Oaw *y. of LsairVften,
Nearly Lent Hie Life.
Lexington. R>? May lt.?.Sera*.
MIK.- Cr*. :.-) waa attacked hy aa In?
sane prisoner lust before daylight Sun- ?
day morning and saved from being
killed eely br the maniac's .rles which i
brought assistance Tbe scene waa In '
th* shadow of ths polio station Hs
Batu at the limn tbat the prte- |
? lie, ws. . r?r.? ne va. marges wits :
twine drunk and as he waa being un?
loaded (rom the patrol wagon he at
i.'ie sergeant wtrh s
knife, and aet up a cry of "murder ?
"era name ls Joe 0 M
Crawler's oven-oat fraw?
ley was taken to the tHwipital and lt j
etllrhes were taken in one wound Me '
' na- w aa flnal'y
red and unarmed O'Neill
rut a aoldler nearly to death during :
the Spanish-American war
KENTUCKY WESTERN DISTRICT.
A Referendum Vots of th* 'Jnion Milt?
r* i-f America, on the
? ng a strike at all the
coal mines in tl
officially announced, it la at
that the miners, by a heavy majority,
voted In ? settle*
tors In the handi r>r tie- i
favor the arceptat.
v the op
:.- which haa been re
nent iliic. the Itt of
JOCKEY JOHNSON HURT
Golden Link Fell in ths Jumping
Race at Loulavilla.
a flue days ra. lng at
? -..lay The few
1 Manor stakes.
> won by
Ol,eau. an ai! < was at
? inrii laid
h an.l then he tame on and
THE BREWERIES CASE.
The Cou't of Appeals Decided In
. Frankfort. K
of appeals Friday In an Bat ?
wealth u The Itavarlan ltr.
and ott.' -
clent, and thia ls upheld by the ourt
Bridge to Be Sold at Auction.
urday morning in front of tl
?loner Thomas Healy.
Big Purchaae of Tobacco.
Ki May lt.?DarM
Uettlaon. of I?ulivlll*. ha* mad,- ;wir
chase* here recently ? r
i is! burley too** I engage!
i In prizing and shipping lt to I
Mr. Benison will dispose of TmjsmX
pounds on the louisville 'brenki."
The Kentucky Exhibits.
Si I na ht M ..fflclal in.
s|>ectlon of th., exhibit palaces at th!
fair brought forth much praise
i for the Kentucky exhibits. I'reaidenl
Francis and other officials speaking ir
i high terms of the mineral, educational
> and tobacco displays.
i Death Claims War Vt* ll a. k
l-ancaster. Ky . May 16?After I
- brief lllneis. Capt. Hoston Dllllon dlnd
Ile was one of lancaster-,
?atetatt m?.n During the rivi
' war he was a captain in the tinier
' army. Ho ii survived by a widow and
Eliiabeihtown. Ky. May 13?Mr
Charley Thompson and Miss Clan
Khret and Mr Charley House and Miss
Mary Thompson were married at St
James church, the Kev. father ualj
Riaked Lifs ta Save a Girl.
Newport. Ky , May IS ?Henry Ol
lorliti. aii East Front street, prover
himself s ant* lounging into tai
Ohio river at the risk of his life hi
rescued the" seven-year-old dnughte
sf Mr. and Mrs. Charier;
from drow n rig
Damage Suit la f*ostpon?d
' lexington. Ky , May 16 ?The $Uf>
MW damage suit of Mrs ' ratal
against Judge Margin for tho u. tr ike
>( her husband, waurn was to ha*
come up for trial at Winchester, ba
Ooctors Wed at M111 ersbu ra.
Mlileraturg. Ky . May 12?Dr. F C
Aikenstedt and Dr. Lillian Stantei
Bryan, ot I>oulsvl)le. werr marri*.
sere br cider W 3 Willis at rna noa**
Dr. Bryan lt a slater of Mrs Willi!
fr Arnite.lt ls a pby?i. ian of (.eui!
It Will Conrene Next Thnrt-lay
at Ute Kt posit,on i. rounds
THOUSANDS OF HEWSPAPER MEN.
Il li Ktttniated That About 9.1)09
Frotn All fart, of tbe
Waa*. Hill Attend.
Th* Siena Judgment Court Erscted In
th* (garrote Vi,lags Waa Dedicat?
ed According to th* Savag*
Rights cf That Tribe.
ance at the World'a fair for the second
s.-ek. ending Saturday night, showed
sn Increase of .?? ? r the to?
tal attendance (or the opening week
The official statement of the total at
I week and ths
attendance for the sam*, per;...! during
th. Columbian exposition was given
out Sunday night lt show, a tata.
Ita, against HaV
Icngo. It is
-..ms have I.e. ii ret run to
bring in ti.(tors and the attendance al
present ls largely local, and also that
I hat ..f
The National Kdltorlal aaaoria
tlun convention began M
tresa hall at the exposition
Untie during th I
Preee parliament will con.
Thursday and it ll estimated that ths
total attendance of newspaper nun fur
ri all parts of the nt I
organisation of the I ?
ho represented aa well as the larger
newspapera The general federation
n here thi* week, beginning
- Btw, and th,- Na'lonal Qoad
il.iada a -
venllon thia week, t..ginnie
linn mitten lliit.-Mns..:.
tl..lier genets! to the expo. .1
Canada, and Mr W
. Halon arrived
Many I -nalnta arrived
Sunday night Tile French pavilion
will b? formally opened M
The stone judgment court that haa
been erected In ? Milage for
the purpoae of settling al! disputes
that may arlie between the natives
Sunday, according to tbe savage rttea
of that ':
occasion waa brought to an end by a
feast on dog meat A niitn!..
kept tied in the village tn anticipation
of the oven!
TO SUCCEED HANNA.
Ji'dg* Cray Nominated For President
of th* National C.vic **ederatioiv
Philadelphia. May ll lt hal been
learned tbat Jodi Bray has
been rhoaen by Ihe nominating run.
mlttee of the Nation..
lion to iucoes-,1 the lat- Senator Mar
cu* A Hanna * I Ike fed?
eration At the recent meeting of ihe
federation the matter of min
Chancy caused lianna',
doath was delegated to a nominal:ug
committee composed of Ills,,
and President John Ninth,
Ualted Mine Worker*. They have
agreed upon Judge Gray aa the mos*.
like;, man for the place and sill rec?
ommend hla selection at the next meet?
ing of the federation The ?? ?
Judge Gmy la to h.- deferred until aft
er the national democratic eal
In St I .oula for fesr lt might seem
that the federation ls aiding In making
a possible candidate conspicuous or
C. J ARNOLD A CO.
The Crsdltors Will Bs Paid a De
By th* Truateea.
? May 16 -Official notice
1 Issued to creditors Sunday by W
j D Coles, referee in bankruptcy, that ?
dividend ot two per rent on al: ap
j proved claims against K ]
. Cu the turf Investment concern shirt
L failed a year ago with liabilities of 13.
. omi.fti.i and asset* of $75.tH*). will i
paid by the trustee for the bankrupts
A POLAR EXPEDITION.
Capt. Peary Contemplates a Sojourr
of Four Yaara te th* North.
St johns. H K Mmy ii?Capt
Peary. 0. S N . the Arctic explorer. I:
: negotiating for the sealing stearne
' Ragle to convey him and a prellmmar;
expedition to Littleton Island, tn tb
Greenland seas, during ihe presen
summer, sher* he wilt arrange for ht
ami expedltlou next sumni.-i
Capt Peary i on template* a so Jour:
of four yeera In the Arctic regions.
Instructed For Judge Parker.
Philadelphia. May 14? The Indi
pendence party, a (action of the demi
eratic party in thia city, elected coi
tenting delegates to tbe St ixiiiis ni
lionel convention and Instructed tbei
lo vote for'Jadgn Parker (or pre..
Th* Year Beek.
Washington, blay lt.?Ths yet
book of the department of agrtrnltui
will be Issued early Ia June It wi
comprise aa eaflUon of 500.900 copie
of whick 479.000 ar* reaerved (or U
nen o( senators. mweeealaUVwt al
dcriegbtet In ctmKiaen.
PATRIOTS OF AMERICA.
rh* Annual b*a*t*wkj of t's* Ords* Meld
New Torn Mi.- 14?Tbb ann ital
Btewtiaa; of tbe general cowrt of th*
Order of th* Fosnders and Patriots of j
America was held In tbe goveraoei I
room of tho city hall hers Frldny na '
the' BwTtfe anal.eraarr cat the settle
ant of JameetowB Co*. Ona. Cot'
kain* Bart Prime peaaided.
Adm (.eora** Dewey waa elected gow- j
ertaor goners; At th* dinner Go*.
Hebert B Roosevelt, of tan stats so?
ciety preaide-1 In a brief addres*
Adm Dewey said. In part
"I dont know aa we have any better
navy than we had bet - have
? kwatt I has we had a few yeera
Ital aaasVA th* newspapers will
say we have not but take my word for
? ave the belt ships snd Ihe beet
officer, snd the best meo ia the ?
world Aa to the enlisted men espe?
cially, we are gening the cream tf Ihe
and with such men ready and
eager I . ftV nat other aatlon* are
going to |.t us alone And In a few
yean at rome rhe American people
are going to have the very beat aavy
In the ? ' r aggresslor
to protr. -
Ona Mlle., speaking in prelaw of lha
"It ! ? ht iee
moat of the arm;.
have - ?- armies of
Jspan ar..! China ?
Husala an.l t
ful perform -i a aad
their remarkable enterprise Tl ?
?lan - ia In saying
soldier, of the annan and I have found
that on 'h- the fighting
and nit th. etna
aeema to titter In that the m.
serving fa? i
?:at they if ' a free
people , a man
I* a sovereign an! every worran a an
aa an ' er lt. I know
THE NEW AGE ORDER.
Nearly 25,000 Applications For P*n
ton, Have Been Filed.
Topeka. Kan I'.-tie F
alive to the new bk order of tal
idea that ihe age order meana that the
he is emu
leaata ao far
I-' a tr
The .. ibis order will
exaggerated The gr.?
sun roll bj
..mints will not be
GEN. A. J. HICKENLOOPER.
Th? Well-Known Cincinnatian Patted
Away at His Home.
Cincinnati, May 13 Gen Andrew
at ll IS o'clock
rburaday. after au exhauailng illness,
time of his death the var
ber* of bis family were grouped about
tbe bedside Although the end had
been anticipated for some sis-ki past
cb apt to occur at any m
death was rather u.?. ? ?
: tiing That ls lo ssy, lhere
were no indications in advance tha,
dissolution tu about to occur anti
the age !
death aa ena,ly and gently aa thougt
be had but ga.
For a nuiiitier of v.ars Gen Hirken
Gas snd Kier trie Co. bal I
few months ago owing to III health
He served his country with distlor
lion In the civil war.
General Conference Begins In Wash
ingten Next Friday.
Waahington May UV?The genera
conference of the M- I
church is to begin here next Frida;
i end probably will continue in seasioi
. ten days. The most Important malle
? that 1* to coats before the
> ts the discussloB of the propose
t union with the Cengregstl..
i ihe Oaasatd Brethren The matter ha
'aiked of by tbe indlvidua
i churches, largely In a tentative as
Informal way. but none of tb*** kt.
as. yet. taken any definite action.
Business Failures Fer tha Week
? New York. May 14 -Business fal
(. ares In th- I ntl- J States for tan ww*
i- ending With May 12 number lot, I
n against 1", test week. 1SJ In tko Ut
I- week la tiwi. 1?0 in tatra, rms in Ito
la Canada (allures for tko vnek aaa
bar U. aajaUnt lt laat week.
r Hearst Will Nwt Bolt.
v Washington. May 16? William Kai
a iotpA Hearst will support the noa,
. se* of tbe SI. I-atoi. democratic cai
?, isalkan. whoever be may bs. Hear:
4 Saturday authorised this atkin na
THE WORLD AT URGE.
intirestinn News Collected seat Ce**.
annai-a la a tai sat tea-: e.
Mayor Alien A Men*, of NswA.net
News, waa arrested, charged ttfBa
fight tog in ths stree*
Tbe Html and Reataarant Pam lay aa*
lettsranttonal Allinai,* aad ta* bbbT?
straw prnrtVrnJIy ssh>
ad bar ks* pe ri
t H.. to-day tor Inn
Canary islands th* Brooklyn aad Cha?
im, for Teneriffe, and tbe A,lama anal
Marietta for I-*a Palman
A crowd of about 100 uamaake-i anna
forcibly entered tbe county Ja
ping Ga. took ewt John Camming, a
. was waiting trial on th*
al asaau't aad bnaawe)
him to a tree near tbe public resvt
A band o( rebels masse. ?
women and children at a little colony
on -he weat oa.t of British North
Borrteo al Kawana rti'-.it station,
'tween Jisailioo and Paper.
aene coolie*, bat n few Boa
- Harlem coioay ef New York,
aritably the teiwnwt swlstds of I-ah,
has prepared to tent* abort iv for Salt
be mad* upon the plans to build a tem
t overing from vii ta
A strike by t,twt mewhtakst*. whl.-H
other workara ia
all kin ? I r In
machinists "union, i
nesday uulea* their demand for an in
?f wages In granted hy tho Chi
''?fal Trade* BBawraal
Paitllne Hal! the a. tress, ba* rn*
James ll Torrence ia referee, m a
.]..ir.tr ll Mc
Clellsn The resort .ill -
io the supreme court (or
confire lg pr?>
pman Phil -m.sf
the naval erad-my waa
drown. | - from tba
naval arndemy The young maa left
tbe academy desk in a tallies 1..
all af tba
, rai teed ia
Wrapped In rags In a . 1 ne; st
who ha* been miming sine*
May 2. waa (onad Thursday nlgl i Tha
. at lodged near th* top of Ibo
chimney, and lt waa nereasnry to tenr
assy i . ..leas*
li H : tis kid?
naped ?nj later mu.
?lara harton resigned the pres.
i Cross, and
waa au tran
gan'* : was participate*!
U, Mrs. lurgan sad
Carefully frappe,! in !vandag.... and
has ii . igenius ope I i
for a i
hany I Ind 1 woman lies at the Ker*.
> ? .> her
tu are carefully wat, hie
In the anticipation that their avant***
deception may permanently mr- th*
a sith wMefc sh* has bec'i aX
MARKET REPORT. ? ]
nnail. May ll.
CATTIJE?Common .tl 00 fy 4 OB
Heavy steers . 4 mi ty 5 tte
CALVE* Lura . t It v(kl
ra . t ti 9 I t?
vi ff * **
tu o ? sa
I Kl.tv at 5 10 tf S 40
9 1 ot
?od. dy j
t mixed. es
KYF Tt tf Tt
? K.U -Oj eninta. 01. 75
1 PilHK- c:,sr fae #12 45
I-AKIi Stearn .? SO fe ,
: KR-Ch dairy. ll tf 12
?? t-rvamery -.. tf 22
AlPl.K8--Cho.ce ... ITS ? S IS
POTATOES*?Per bbl I to .IH
TOBACCO-New_5 10 Ol. 6*
otd.t ta tfit zs
FLOtTR--Winter pat. t 73 tf t 10
I WHEAT- No : red. 1 OJ ? 1 05
I > 3 spring . U tf 93
CORN- So 2 :.. ;
' OATS?N. : mixed. Uy.tf UV*
" RYK tf TS
' PirKK - M. ms -ll 10 gt ' ,
J 1-A.ItLi? Steam _ fi 15 tf S SO
' rieOfR?Win. st ru. 4 JO tf t tm
* WM' red. I I Bl
" CORN?No. 2 mixed. tf 59
>1 OATS- No. I mixed. *?H? tT
>. RVK?Western . tf T7
K?Family . tflS itt
I.ARD? Steam . tf C aw
WHEAT?No 2 red
I mixed. SJ*itf SS
nixed. tf tt
CATTLE?Steers ... tf t M
'ern _ SM ty S 39
WHEAT?No. S mit. tf I S3
So 2 mixed. ?> H'M
OATS*? No. 2 mixed. <?: 4*
PORK?Mena ?]IS ??
LARI*- rttensn .TH
WHEAT- Net. 2 rad. tf 1 ??
OATS -No. 3 mUstl. an U