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Published Weekly. Oil 5 • : C .■) 'ti th s. u TH'lilt '-I the ',:h hf in f . ihK CÜJ. .ud I. .Cy iff • i;an>iuct< lim g > a •| ),« Ir.'c mal l-i an- congrei In Kan a M tin till'd n in*- of Bo ton :>f the liPcrna th - 4th. Ben. mal of Bo-d'i B.i \ \\ ii JiH I >e r if, died 'J (;l Issb rhi- v ns inte.tdad !*» !> •w»int ii to th- U,^-Jap if i«.- ;i u Hid i he .1 $1 fi\w er . ; The will of Beni 1 It IS filed fl r pro!; i» publie beauoMU. dividing his ml da u g ii ii ud MUs Mary »IlftnCH hi prop* i t. y bet s* 1er, Uut i v. i son U 1 f * >14 H» a Lilly, who brought lor $10.1)00 again»! «aloonkeep» ; s of S'l'Uvan, 111. for selling liquor to r she had forbidden u awarded $2,5t Mrs. An her tMisband * w do so, then a jury Ninel> p*t rent, corn * rup i d the i « - j i , owa'H bumper »ut of danger, 'o the official report of Direc tor .1. K. Sa»;*-, of thu Iowa ell inale anri »-orn c rop bureau. 20, according Inc- force» of the prctemlor to the am said to have* ihr been victor* troops In a s Onjdft dlst.rle tJie stronghold of An Muluk ver the Imperial *ut in tin? The rebels cAptured The Spanish Institute of Social lie forma, after a tintlcd'discussion. th'* Mh, decided, by 1 votes to it, to ratify the absolut«- prohibition of Sunday bull This is lights, death IP considered li bull lighting Kpain The a otiiiishop of Canterbury de* * ared at the KpLeopal convention in Boston on the (ith. that there is a de ic life, and warning tliat the church to retain its inflip Hounded list Il j« M pti i.-ri that in suecoHston fo «'H® 11 nice Cortolyou, Mr Payne form« r k • ' •*ry nt the department of f chair ntionnl <• and labor, and cnmnicr* if »ho « *-publicon mUt< pojjl niastor gcu lv.u# Leopold of Belgi ».t.'<d for îii policy a-g sov<-rciim of the rwiij;(i Five State by F. T Morel, of htaglAmJ. at u public me* thiR in Boston, on the 7th. in 6onni'cti(*n with Go -''-sions i»f the Intcrmitional iva .-a x* « ongre of Williau i, who I*.» • !.n on trial in th® ury Halt ma Wat.-i >u, it:. eh; with ft i rib".' of his fatlier in law, ilt, returned a >f gulltv. with a life sentence s the penalty. Will-am H a •rdict, on th* 7t in tile petliti The battit hip Nebra.ka was launched from Ihe wo) ul the Moran Brothers' company tit Beattie Wash., on the 7th. ( Nebraska, and his party, including prominent «täte ofljcials and their SI - tut; t-npated in the < retnnnjre . John 11 Miekev of The last services »vor the body of t tilted States Senator George Frlsble < rc held, on the 4th. In Con Hoar or«!. Mjor , the place of hi« birth, and -* vi ml hundred of the Senator'« for i«men followed tlm body to Tb* plaor of ln« burial in Sl-.-cpy Hol low < i rii tory. \ schedule of the asset.- an i liabiil Ups *»f i homa » K Wagjfamati, of \V'a.<h In^on, 1). the real estate agent and former treasurer of the Catholic uni vas recently declared a • filed on the Oth. It 1, ters,:>. n bankrupt, «hewn assets of 55,<',07.924 ami liabili ties of $4,022 040. A robber walked In 1 ,) the savings hank at Treynor, a small town 16 miles • ast of Council Bluffs, la, on tho Cth. and at the point of a revolver com pelled the assistant cashier. Miss Fratn i s Flood, to take $1,700 from the cash drawer and vault and put the money into his hag. He then made his escape Henry C. l'ayno, postmaster-general cf the Cnlted States, a member of the national republican committee, a stal wart of his party, with the history of -which both in his home state and na tionally he has been identified for maty years, died In his apartments at the Arlington hotel, in Washington, at 6:10 o'clock p. m , on the 4th, aged CO ynri I}P OCTOBER.. .190» !/■ • m* ■*. 'Vi-d. Tim. Krl. hat. ; i !; '-'I :: 41 5 <; !» I ** 11 12 I HI 1 1 15 hi : It; I 7 I hi I !» „*() it I ÜU ti -.*> -1 » 1*7 k Jh UD no ;»l ! 4 ilk SEWS AND NOTES. nnuuj of Important Tv A PERSONAL AND GENERAL. n* la: he »f the 4th, f gh« *h»* i ' of whb h lie- in ! forward and )i Kn« an po-lfions. • ' ■nth animal Ve ii ti thi nlglu <»f 'he 4th, foliowf»d j .mihi hull af the Merchant s' • L.i The *. iii< h full; of lot mer yea it wan qiieeu of the bail ' .»f tie* 4lh, wft» the fin * h auciftl way, uiat ha- h< «■-. the op- nil* on error lb- Woi f Jr, an York pr ' P - H Mitch* I Has m the Co . i' At * r:» an 'Min .wo . i.rre ; iiuhorltieH bv 1 mem. i tiM for \ the oner. f;< ui has i n ntified flu mnn near rft i»uls. recently, uncle, Mark Adam Russia has ord»*i 40,000 men is for «ervlco ir Recurrent rumor. ere heard at St. th* It ), bu t,b( ur* Fana F*»r; Tex., » by the 1 V lake, . t of his iothing wo iwrdcrcd at (h s >1 >f the ri embers i» g! of Fort fall Oil 11 rum t! m 1 ha ik W he < ) V'TS 4til. declined the pm; y nation lot nulo. John F. Redmond, file Iri h h-iuler; I Pal rick . iu h ; U Pnpi. a .i. r J Hrleti. Irish meinhers ul ill elle. parllamei vim Mr. m <» »mint Redmond his tour of this country, th< fith, *»n the nailed for (Ournpe, »"• Bnlilc stei hundred »he •m tiers Amah; Ion, o strike ; mted Rubbers Wurkei Mileage, after a fiv*-weeks' 1 ills» the leading rubl* liin ufa for rt* «I luring vnrk en the Mb <»m punies, Tile plum >1 the N'litionui lh lining If-tflv *lo strove.i by lire, on th • b. em.iiliug a loss of upward cf $200.(KM) \ dl .pot« -t from N.; . "•-*■ ollicer fn t'o., at Findlay, n. dates that a .li it the Japan* . <' arc in on 111*- fortress, r malm a gradually being anxious t* the mikado's hlr'luhiy, Nov» Tlie garrison is now stated to only 1 «>, TOO effective troops. Chicago observed the thirty third an niversary of the great fire by sending nearly fifty thousand of her citizen« to the Chicago day celebration at the World'« fair i nu mbers the open bunded sympathy extended, In the hour of her need, by her sister, St. Louis. A Si. P P rsbnrg dispatch, of I ho 7t.h, said thf» G< u, Kuropatkin was about to advance t* to ili- r ro* nkc advantagf »f the weakn «« of tim Ja to the southward of A Japanese w ne »' army The of of to ed n. iiil t«» nr hurry ing up cinforce:n*-ni ian admiralty «»fllcinlly an nounce« that the Baltic fleet will be ready to sail as soon a - the battleship Orel and tho cruise; Oleg, Zemtcbug and Izumrud, which sailed from Cron* stadt, on tho Tth. arrived at Reval. The Icebreaker Einiak will accompany the fleet. A tactical duel la In progress In Manchuria. The Russians nr* trying to draw the Japanese into « battle the Lune Lo ri'fr, on which they have i natural line of defense, while the Japanese arc trying to force the Rus sians bock to Tie Ling. At the celebration of German day af. the World's fair in St. Louis, on the Uth, which proved onl> second in point of attendance to St. Louis day, a cablegram of cong. Marion from Emperor William was » tho greatest enthusiasm Russia, it h said, is trying to tempt the sultan of Turkey to permit tho passage of the Black s^a tieet through the Dardanelles by offering to supply his majesty's desire to alter the Otto man law of sucecssion to that the sul tan'« dearest wish -that his son may succeed him may bo gratified. According to the report of the civil service commission there ware 9.984 person killed on the several railroads in the United States during the last fiscal year, or morn vhnn double t he loss of life in the war with Spain, and in excess ol any previous years. Dur ing the «am*- time there were 78,241 injured. President Roosevelt, on the '-»h, for mally designated Fir-i \- istant Post master General Robert J. Wyntte as acting post master-general. It is reported that Admiral NVircn mad*» a «ortie from Port Arthur, on the 5th, and that, a great naval haul« has occurred. George Foster Peabody, treasureroi the democratic national committee, on the Cth. Issued an appeal for 'tontribi* tions for the campaign fund. - evoking of al, (he of DEATH LURKED IN Six Men Meet Death in Tunnel Under St. Clair River. ! SUFFOCATED BY COAL GAS Hr«tk «• rout; ii >« «» VV htlc fh-l»»-ul- i T 'W Tin V ( t*r«*~ rruli I lii-tr B Or iway »iff'* a led t»y coal gas S Hair tun ml. which f . rive: from Port Huron to runs tic f uia, One A co a train broke m I ;»e d thrif of the trau ! h;Je par: talk i in the tunn« 1. j • < n «I . i>. liehb, Port Huron, A. aupei .u :onducU>r, S * ' T. T.i: G tllis, brahei rain, which e 1> A ! to red from tin \ h ! Eng nel ! t rds. He bast and went hac to .Sarnia \Ylu n hom he at upted h tho tunnel and Scan postal. The An and i» engine 'Ver rolled back Into fIv an d n tnnn >t in the I 1 »•ngii Fred great pn u-nce of mind, jump* lank •r. with th* if the en parl -nough air igh h< n a When brokei .'.in side of the t'.l rln America Begg, other employes » IV mi', hoping that t ie tr; aeeompa nmd b\ in was that the entrance, sc I» they might n M-ue and of the ci They had go the al gas he dl lance whei : ilfiing, and llegg succumhed The other tvvc ivl eded in mine) rescue crawling to the portal • f the on their hands and Kne< I'rt-i «-iifi «• it for vhile Alort préparât. eing made at th* Sarnia end of the funnel to rescue the Impels ml train ere An engin*' with a party of n sem-rs entoia-d the tube, and had proeeded but a short distance when th* > found John Haley, a track walker, lying un the track It* con.sek out, and again the engine pluag- *1 into the gaseous atmosphère. The rcscu i -, how* ver, by the gas before the trail reached, a J Brakoi .Met ira was a niemli enman Blake, w ty, after a time made another attempt to penetrate the gas. ami tin . time sne r of the par ec.'ile.l in reaching the stalled engine, coupled It to the ears and ran the train ont. into daylight, was In the water tank of the lan Fnn-stor i mg l no Tli*- other two roscuors succomb-l in PU öd. and hl« osonpo I« littlo short of miraculous. DROWNED AT VIRGINIA BEACH 1'SHlv Wilson. .Mi. I'oM iiui.«i(<*r -(0 Ui» rin«* ff «■ml M «•«*(* lIcRflt M Idle llndiinu. Norfolk, Yu . Oct. 10.—Miss Bessie iVilson. of (Marksbur?;, W. Yu., niece of the lab* William L. Wilson, former [Kislmßster-Kem nil and ufi* nvards president of VVashincUm and Lot as drowned while ball)ini; at Virginia Bench Sunday afternoon. The body Miss Mary Wilson, of Fharlo^ton, W, Ya, daughter of the former posdnast Miss Mary Simpson, of Buchanan Vn ; Mi*-- Eliza Dillon, of Indian Rock, Vn. and Miss Louise ÏÆtinier, U. S. N , were rescued by United State» life savers, and are in a critical condition at the Princess Anno hotel, but will recover The party went into the surf, accom panied by Mr. E. Stonnumi a resident of the beach. He was teaching them to float, and before he wns aware of it several of the young women had drift ed beyond their depth. . tij ? covered. BIG BLAZE AT COLUMBUS. 0. i«l» Co. I »n n» M m *-d lit«* \ni«»iin( vt AU«mi( »JOO.OOO. luluinliu« Pn <• Columbus, O.. Oct. 10.--Flis* early Sunday burned out two upper floors of the five-story building in North High s- root, occupied by the Columbus Dry Goods Co., entailing nn aggregate loss estimated at $200,000. The Co lumbus Dry Goods Co. was the chief loser, that part of It« stock which was not burned being damaged by water. V s«. w r«-l»lutt Invcntlftintlon. San Francisco, Oct. 9.- The Cull saya that complaint has lw»en made to Brlg. Jen. Humphrey, quartermaster-gener al, regarding the conduct of the trans port service and that, a searching in vestigation is being made by a board (insisting of three army officers. IKg <'ro|»M In Soul li<*il h( Iliinnin, Saratoff, Russin, Oil. !>.- The rall road ofllvia]» here are unable to ImtiJto (he enormous aceumulalion of grain from the big harvest in the southeast of Russia. of d. COUNTESS GREY. / V ■ m M Ê 7; i 1 i I m ! ]/ ' / I If ! W : 1 I \! I / It I m $ ■K. w '• ''Wàw\ I I 7 '/I I St mvj / % _■ -■'L ,|»v, /Æff} mm. V-,. \ " ' m $ f cf f VVi if ■! rk-t* uev» ... appoint.-.I governor general of Canad; c ' . Lord Mlnto a* th* kin;' ' r--pre-« utatlve at Ottawa. who is to suc SOME HARMLESS OATHS. ! ''Tinker's Dam' and Dam*' May Be Used in Select Cir cles Without a Qualm. Twopenny a the L i;ited State u to ii is com i e a tinker's dam" ! t Our English say owsins. in similar if these np aths is harmless, and may be v without a qualm. parent used in polite s Rear Admiral Ca« noncimr a look of th« • friend whei he i surprise said "tinker's >\-s you think observed : ring, but I* •e resorted to ' h'ir work." Th-? phrase twopenny dam" bv th* great duke of Wellington. His administration of the British armv was "I not. A dam is a « by all tinkers in vas first used attacked, and h» n-tonished the house of lords by replying: "I don't rare, don't » are a tWoi»< am: ,hf ar ®y dam for any of j those criticisms.' 'I'heu he explained that "a dam was n; Indian coin of the line of twopence." JAPS USE FANS IN BATTLE Presents from the Emperor Are Handy and May Save Soldier from the Heat. The * ool and deliberate actions of the Japanese may in part be due the fa (lent s they ear.-/, writes (Jorresptm GoHier's Weekly* After describing a fierce morning battle Mr. Palmer f*-]ls of their use of' tuns as follows: "Some infantry re Palmer IF THE WIVES A Le* turc: Advises Worm to Go on to Grant Them r o w - "Does This Thing Button in Front or in Back? I Wish This Strike Was Over!'' r ,C I - f*. tlx ■' l-w. m IT ''I Guess the Strike 1^ About Over." ygyv If®? - A / ;v. - ür L :i_ T, - 1-. kâ&âtAia ■Ha! I Thought Sol" ■ serves near by were fanning them- j selves. To a Russian who had net : tasted their tire these 'Makaki' niislr I bave seemed quite effemlnat*. "The Ians which the little men m-c ; , to cool themselves on the march presents from the emperor On them is Inscribed, in the bandwriting of tha ; commander-in-chief of the army. Mar cptis O.vantn. the words: 't>o your lies: i 1 hot dit y n fan may beat up a soldier's lor your country.' 'Du breeze in front of which will save hint from stuvuinh B „ S e Probably the first treaty of peace to ; he typewritten is tie South African dot umeuL rile signs lures of the Bis.i leaders form an interesting pa it of it. They are all in different styles. Louis Botha's is described ns being in a fine hand, and though the others are some what rougher. D<'an y's is the roughest | of all. He has spelled his name split 1 Into three syllables de la Key. Chris- : tlan oe Wet is alto spelled with a smad 1 I.. ing.' An Interesting Document. d. STIFF SHIRT IN DISFAVOR. Soft-Bosomed Article Gains in Pop ularity and Manufactories Are Heavy Loseis. All the shirt mamifaciories of the try are heavy losers f the latest whim of American shirt statement , , account according to veare rs. d ii Glens Falls (N. V ) agent, who represents e of the large concerns. He says that in the last year and one half ihe si iff-bosomed shirt has gone into decided disfavor. Large numbers of men who have never worn any v in i ' thing hut stiff-bosomed shirts ölst v I liter a r. having soft d summer. tor both s W rt8 "It ie utterly the agent. laecountable," said "The stiff shirt is a busi MttlikC garment. It wears veil. But the 11 and en of the coun looks try will not have them any more. The .-.-Milt is that shirm.uk ,ts have their j buainesa educed to practically one s- ason. It used to 1 e that stiff shirts were sold for wi r and soft shirts for summer, but it. is so no longer. Of rse theiv will always be a sale of stiff shirts, but it has become so lim ited with such suddenness that the makers have lost money.' MANY DESERTIONS IN NAVY Navigation Authorities Astonished at Number Who Take French Leave of Service. authorities »he »ravest concern. The I>< -i riions in the y arc increasing such an extent a* t ( , give the naval WIVES STRIKE. on Strike to Compel Theii Husbands Equal Suffrage. r« n ) V? i) i J fa 0ß WÊÏ e y Hi) Hooray! An Idea!" ?A\ -, C "There She Is. Picketing the House." rjj— "ir ~ M l| - / J)j£ —7n SÉliffij /â-j/t J! V VfkLi nMiLDEk' The Strike Is Called Off. ■ j condition is not. admitted in the bureau : of t avlgation, but the reports received I there from the «hip« on home and for ; eign stations contain statistics of de sertions that are of alarming propor , lions. N\) one is able to understand why there should he such Illegal with ; dravvals of the men from lie service It Is ail the more surprising when it is i considered that the pavment and priv 1 ilcyes ,,f the enlisted tin have been made us attractive as possible say tint * authorities, and all for the purpose ol creating contentment among the blue jackets. One reason given is (hat tho punishment of the eulprlts who are ap prehended is altogether injileijuat« a-vl amounts to an eusier existence thar ; that 0 f ,ho*e who do their duty, »itnatlon is so menacing that tho author nj os a r c (jevlsitn', some means of keep jn „ (»nltstfWl force up to its reqtili-eii strength. Chicago as a Health Re-sort, | Now comes u ph.vsioian and deflates 1 that breathing coal oust is n cure fot : consumption. We liav* always held, 1 says the Chicago Journal, that Ghicagt if the greatest sanitarium in the world I.. The Czar's Army Said to Have Cap tured Bentsiaputze. JAPS ALERT AT PORT ARTHUR TIm* Hikndo n Hrn A rr Suitl VS «(«-liiiiK F«»r llritifii Ship» Thai Art* .h iippu««*ti <'jirr> iiijc lu Supplii-M. 11« Hr St. Petersburg, Oct. 10.—(Jen. Kuro piitl iu's order of the ffaj announcing l*i- li' icrmination to take the offensive i> supplemented by the news that an offen-. ve movement ha- already been begun, and that the Japanese line has been broken at Bentsiaputze. The Japan» se occupied a front of about fifty îwo miles, stretching from Bent kia ; ni:and on the east through Venta! and across the railway to the ban ;- of the Hun river on the west The Russian force has been moving south in close touch with the Japanese advance since October 4. The Japan ese outposts were driven back in a se ries of skirmishes, and on October € the Russians re-occupied the station I at Shakhe, 15 miles south of Mukden the railway battalion restoring the across the Sakhe river the next day. in order to facilitate the ad van cc. Meanwhile Gen. Mistchenko's Cossacks pushed southwe.stward as far as the Ventai mines, defeating the Japanese i ishes. The most important action, however, occurred on the Japanese right at Bentsiaputze. Here the Jap ar.ese held a strong and important po sition. but it seems they made an ex nlicahle es of warm skirm lission to fortify a com manding hill which was the key to the vhole situation. A portion of Gen. KuropatkinL force made a strong attack on Bentsiaputze. and, taking a leaf out of the Japanese book, occupied the hill from the east and flanked the Japanese out of thf town, causing a. serious loss in a real guard fight. It was a rear guard fight. The Rus sian casualties are reported to have been inconsiderable. VVhliO thc.sc operations are progress ing south of Mukden, K îs reporte* that tw Japanese divisions undei Gen. Fugi are marching west up the Liao river, and arc now 22 miles south of Sinmintin. Gen. Kuroki is expected o a similar move eastward. to III .»»I \> \ 1» V A NCK BEGI N. lI«*ti(Miii|>ii(/.«' Sui«l to Have Ui-i «-«I With Small 1 .« Mukden, Oct. 10.—The Russian for ward movement has begun, and Rent slapuze has been captured with a smab loss. In order to a clear understand ing of the situation, it may be stated that two days ago the Japanese had ten divisions confronting the Russian north of the Tait.se river. Their left Hank, consisting of two divisions, was on the railway at Sandiapu, :»0 miles sonthwest of Mukden and close to the Hun river. Their center, comprised of lour divisions, occupied the rail way between Liao Yang and Chandla putze. 12 miles north. Two more divi sions occupied the extreme Japanese right along the road between Bentsi* aputze and Bonsihu. Their front ex tended about 52 miles. Gnp The position at Ben pu.lze was strongly fortified, and intended to withstand attack. It is reported that Gen. Kuroki was there in person. The Japanese had omitted to fortify one hill, which was the key to the position. The Russians, aware of this omission, made a wide detour eastward and seized the hill with little opposition. The lvill once occupied, exposed th« whole Japanese position to a heavy flanking lire. The Russians also turned the Japanese right, and the for tified positions thus becoming unten able, the Japanese were forced to withdraw hurriedly from Bentsiaputze, fighting a rear guard action, in which they suffered heavily. The Russian losses throughout were small, although severe opposition had been expected. (Jen.Mistchenko's Cossacks had been harrying the Japanese outposts for several days, and were entirely suc cessful in a number of engagements. The Russian southern advance be gan on October 4 with the occupation of Shakhe, a railway station. The next day the station which had been dismantled by the Japanese was re stored by the railway brigade, follow ing immediately behind the lighting line, and the same brigade also re stored the bridge across the Shakhe river. On October G. Gen. Miftchenkt advanced to the Yentai mines, driving in the Japanese outposts with heavy lost, at the expense of only one killed ami five injured. I Farmer* Found fJullty. Vinita, I. T., Oct. 10.—Ed aud Dan Price, farmer«, who killed Tom Quail«, were on Sunday found guilty of man slaughter. Oliv« l\ IHckinM»». Chicago, Oct. fi.—Oliver P. Dickln son. credit manager for the Crane company, is dead, after an illness of several week«. Mr. Dickinson was formerly vice-president of the .Mer chants' national bank of Kansas City, Mo. Inilletetl t ntlrr 1'hlrty Count.. Sioux City, la . Oct. 9.—A new in dictment, containing counts, was returned in court here against W. E. Brown, presi dent of the defunct First hank of Storm Lake. la. MU.unrt Démocratie Kill lor». Kansas City, Mo., Oct. 9 .—J. t. Bradshaw, of the Chillicothe Democrat! president o! the Democratic State Press association, meeting of the association has been ceiled for October 21 at St. Louis. l-o|.r a Creditor uf Wnmamin. An item due cope Plus X. is reported by Mr. Wag r*man in-his chedule of debts, filed In the bankruptcy court It is referred to * s a '«nain check not presented for payment for $>00. about thirty the federal natioua! announces that a Washington, Oct. a HENRY C.PAYNELAIDTO BEST Remains Were Interred in F crest Home Cemetery at Milwaukee. Ihr- ''••rvlffd at the <; vat«*—Full > tin* Hrluoiiix w«»e Prt. Pemu Vi.-u-.d • he Oh| Hun. Milwaukee. Oct. 10.—The r< •■nains of I'ostmascor-Gcneral Henry Clay Payne were laid to rest Forest Home cemetery, in th 1 «, city, Huuday afternoon. It i9 estimated that 25,0141 persons viewed the remains at the city hall before they were removed to All Saint's cathedral. it Mr-. Payne and members of the funeral party who nr companied the remains from Washing ton took a farewell view of the de parted at noon. At throe o'clock th,. casket was placed la the hearse, under an escort of 200 letter earners of the Milwaukee post often the a»; Dro cession moved to the church The active pall-bearers were eight fctter carriers of the Milwaukee j>o«i office who were employes at the time Mr Payne was postmaster of Mifv/aukee. The. honorary pa 11 bearers included Secretarys Paul Morton, Victor H Met calf and James Wilson; United* Htatcs Senators Quarles and Spooner, EUmei Dover and Harry S. Now A large delegation from the Chicago post office, headed by Postmaster Coyne, was at the cathedral, an wen delegations from various Milwaukee organizations with whom Mr Payne was connected. The funeral party was met at the church entraîne by Bishop Nicholson, his assistants, an ; a surpliced choir of 40 voices, who pre ceded them to the chancel. The full Episcopal services for the dead wer-, read by Bishop Nicholson* The serv ices at the church over, the remain? were replaced in the hoarse, and the funeral party, consisting of the family. Bishop Nicholson and like clergy, the honorary pall bearers aod a few inti mât f» friends, proceeded to Forest Home cemetery. The *» rvjco* a4 thf grave were private. KING PETER IS ANQMIED TbB-«wn)t» fh* <'«* r**inoiiy of 11«*-! r*n Toaflw'd With (he Holy 041. II »1er Zicha, Servia, Oct. lu— The anoint ing of King Peter was performed here with great ceremony Sunday'morning. At nine o'clock, amid t.bn pealing ol bells, the king, iu full coronation robes, proceeded to the church, where the metropolitan innocent., attended by an array of bishops and clbrgy, cel ebrated high mass. The king being then formally invited to nnoinlnjcnt by the bishops, laid aside his .crown, re galia and sword, and proceeded to the ikonaslis, where he took up bis po silk and where the metropolitan, taking an ampulla containing the holy chrysm in one hand and the anointing rod in the other, touched liks majesty wi-t-t the rod on the forehead, nostrils mouth, ears, chest and palms of the hand's, making each time the sign of the crosp and saying, "the of ihr grace of the holy grosa. ' Thö king was then conducted to the altar, and par* took of the communion, afterwards re turning to the throne, where he re sumed his royal emblems. The metre poll tan then invoked God's Messing, and the ceremony terminated with the singing of an anthem, the king takln? the cross to kiss as he .eft the church. a gold embroidered carpet HONORS FOR A. CARNEGIE l(f « Jims'«* rr«»«! ilc*n* rr Beda I Upon (he Millionaire Plnle Mu un facturer. New Volk, Oct.. 10.—On Andrew Carnegie ts soon to bo oomfeiTC.I owe of the greatest honors in ihn industrial world, the Hetjsemer medal wlitoh is given only to those who are j>m-er»i nent in the Iron ami steel indmw'.ry. Bs tablished by the great invonlor In ooiderred at succeeding meetings <>f tte Iron and Steel institute on men wlmne to reniions have been of a revolutionär' character rrr whose researches have been considered of the irtmosi Jnii»»' tance. Tb'is award will be made on the occasion of the annual mooting of the institute in New Y«- n beplraring on October 24. 1875, the edai has b INJURED IN TROLLEY WRECK ( Sjirlr-i* V*l !«•>•, 111., n nd Mimj »».r«- Ihu. li<.»»u)(. I nr .Innil»» the Trael* j 11 red Spring Valley, II',., Oct. 10—Only two out of 40 passen, -r'-ra eacapofl in jury when an Illinois Valley olectrlc railway car jumped ihe track on a sharp curve at Webster Park early Sunday morning. Motcrroan James Ball sustained several broken ribs, while Conductor R. B. Houck's leg and arm were broken and bis lung was pierced by glass. The passengers were not seriously hurt. The ear was demolished, turn;»? over au embankment. The car was going at high speed. A TEXAS SHOOTING AFFRAY rroiuin«-nt llounton AKurney ^JtlU* C. W. Jones, InotKrr Pri»» I »»«• n i IIuhîik'%» Wan. Houston, Tex., Oct. Ill—Hugh N Swain, an attorney, on Sunday shot anil killed C. W. Jones, secretary cf the Houston Fire & .Marine Jnsur ance Co., of which W. F. Sw^aln, faiher of the former, is president, Swain was arrested, and refused to give anj information whatever concerning the causes leading to the tragedy. Theater at Ra.le Destroyed. New York, Oct. it.—Fire destroyed the theater at Basle, says a Herald d»s patch from Geneva. It was the finest playhouse In Switzerland, hut only four blackened walls remain. There was no loss of life as. fortunately, the lire occurred at two o'clock fn the morning. Donrd Took Holiday. Chicago, Oct 9.— -Becancu» of he ing Chicago daj at the 3t. Lotrii fa*, there was a holiday on tbs Chicago board of trade Saturday.