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A WEEK'S RECORD
All the News of the Past Seven
HOME AND FOREIGN ITEMS
Kewsof the Industrial Field, Personal
' and Political Items, Happening's .
at Homo and Abroad.
T1IE NEWS FROM ALL TIIE WORLD
A bead-on collision occurred on tbe
Southern railway between Keysvllle
and Meherrln. Va. Four trainmen were
. Instantly killed and Are Injured.
Four men were run down and killed
on tbe Mahoning Valley (0.) street rail
Battleship Maine, in her endurance
run from Newport News, Va., to Cule
bra, Porto Rico, showed an averape
of fifteen knots an hour and running
one stretch of 50 miles at the rate of
1G.7 knots an hour.
J. J. Hill, In an address to the Irrigation
congress at Bismarck, N. D., declared
charge for moving freight In the north
west has dropped from 1 2,51 per ton In
1882 to 85 cents in 1903.
The steamer South Portland, from
Portland, Ore., to San Francieo, wrecked
on Cape Blanco and 21 of 36 persons on
board were believed lost.
Mary McDowell, In an address to the
Illinois Federation of Women's clubs at
. Cairo, urged working women to organize,
and asked boycott of goods made by chil
dren. John A. Dowle Is denounced In an open
letter by Rev. Charles H. Parkhurst, of
New York, as a Juggler whose sermons
are beyond bounds of respectability.
The National Spiritualists' Associa
tion of the United States and Canada met
at Washington In annual convention.
Al Wade and Ben Wade, convicted o'f
the murder of Katherlne Sullivan at
Toledo, O., will be electrocuted Novem
Railway clerks are preparing to pre
sent demands for an increase of wages
to begin January 1.
Pension Commissioner Ware, In grant
ing promotions to a number of clerks In
his bureau, warns them that merit Is
the only thing considered and outside In
fuence will Injure those attempting to
use it. , .
Dr. Dowie was hissed by his audience
at Madison Square garden In New York
because of his fiery language.
Joseph L. Brlstow, fourth assistant
postmaster general, has completed his
report on the scandals investigation.
Lou Dillon, queen of the trotting turf,
easily defeated Major Delmar In the race
for the $5,000 gold cup at Memphis.
By the Alaska award America gets two
islands which dominate Port Simpson,
where the Grand Trunk Pacific Is to end.
Tbe Canadian commissioners refused to
sign the verdict, declaring their country
The banking concern of J. E. Brown, of
Chatsworth. 111., has made an assignment
with liabilities of 133,1 17; assets, $28,
428. C. E. Norris reached MIddletown, N. Y.,
after an 8.000-mile walk from San Fran
cisco, undertaking to cure consumption.
He started August 8, 1901.
' President Roosevelt has annonuccd his
. intention of going to Oyster Bay to cast
his vote on election day, Tuesday, No
vembers. Howard Elliott, of St Paul, Minn.,
has been elected president of the North
ern Pacific railroad.
At Zanesvllle, O., Mrs. William Tate,
a colored woman, 23 years old, pave
birth to four girl babies.
The guardianship of Moses Fowler
Chase, millionaire incompetent, has been
awarded by the federal court of appeals
to his father, F. S. Chase, of Lafayette,
The federal national bank of Pittsburg.
Pa., closed Us doors with $1,900,000 owing
Robbers secured $15,000 In stamps and
money from the post office at Superior,
The president has appointed Horace
W. Bailey United States marshal for
Vermont, to succeed Fred Field, dis
missed. Branch banks and asset currency were
oppose d-vby. speakers at the American
. bankers' convention In San Francisco.
Government agents are Investigating
an alleged "land graft" ring oo the Pa
cific coast, which Is tad to have secure'd
large areas of land Illegally.
Twenty thousand persons who were
nnable to eater John A. Dowle's New
York meeting stampeded at tbe entrance
and trampled on women and stopped
street traffic. , '
The battleship Missouri broke all rec
ords for speed on her trial trip by cover
ing 6 knots at 18.05 per hour?
The Intercollegiate Golf association '
championship was again won by Har
vard, which defeated Princeton at Gar
Samuel E. Morss, aged 51, editor and
owner of the Indianapolis Sentinel, fell
from his office window and Was killed.
Albert Jensen, aged 38 years, killed
Josle Johnson, aged 19, and then killed
himself, near Roseau, Minn.
Over a score of deaths were reported
In northeast Georgia due to eating cab
bage saturated with poison by a strange
Robert E. Lewin, of Plainfleld, N. H.,
student of the Baltimore Medical col
lege, waa killed In a football game at
Annapolis, Md. .
The State bank of Lockport, 111., was
placed in a receiver's hands with liabil
ities of $100,000.
As a result of the Brlstow report on
postal scandals Postmaster General
Payne has dismissed Michael W. Louis,
superintendent of supplies, and Louis
Kempner, superintendent of registry.
Rev. Merle St. C. Wright, of New York,
favors putting to easy death persons suf
fering from Incurable diseases.
Edward H. Harrlman expresses bis
faith in continued prosperity of the
country, and says that stock values are
now seeking their proper level.
The California raisin crop for the year
Is 80,000.000 pounds, an excess over 1902
of 6,000,000 pounds.
Comptroller of the Currency RIdgely
in an address to the American Bankers'
association at San Francisco declared
business sense, not legislation, is needed
for overspeculation. .
John Alexander Dowie told a New
York audience he hoped to convert the
pope and bring him into Zion. Several
of the checks sent him proved to be
A Northwestern railroad locomotive
was stolen by six tramps from a gravel
pit near Belolt. Wis., and ajl traffic was
stopped 20 miles south of Janesvllle.
Partial investigation of alleged land
frauds in the northwest Is said to show
that at least five United States senators
are connected with the scandal.
Felix Hall (colored) was hanged at
Birmingham, Ala., for the murder of
Norwood Clarke, a young white man.
Dan Patch paced a mile In 1:56 at
Memphis, Tenn., breaking the world s
John WIthnell, quarter back of the
St. Louis university eleven, died from
injuries received in a football game in
St. Louis. -
Norse Powell and Harvey Barnhart
farmers living near Hartford City. Ind..
were fatally injured In a feud fight.
Judge Clancy, of Butte, Mont., en
joined the payment of dividends to the
Amalgamated Copper company, which
ordered all planta closed, affecting 20,000
An attempt to force action on the
isthmian cannal is threatened by Sena
tor Morgan during the extra session of
William II. Landvoight, chief of the
classification division oi the post office
department, presented his resignation
to Postmaster General Payne.
Acme Harvester company of Peoria,
111., waa placed in creditors' hands with
assets of $4,000,000 and liabilities of $2,
The Farmers' and Merchant's bank, a
private Institution at Lesseuer, Minn.,
owned by W. H. and W. A. Patten,
closed Its doors with liabilities of $50,
000. The First national bank of Allegheny.
Pa., closed Its -doors.
The Minneapolis Cold Storage com
pany filed a petition in bankruptcy in
Minneapolis with liabilities of $100,000.
G. M. Ballard, of Newark, N. J., was
elected president of the National Mu
tual Improvement association, in ses
sion it Indianapolis.
Charles L. Conine, national secretary
and treasurer, was convicted at Kan
sas City of embezzling $5,676 from the
United Brotherhood of Leather Work
At, Wausau, Wls., Arthur .Young
pleaded guilty to murdering his friend.
Edward Smith, in August last, and was
sentenced to life imprisonment
The second-class protected cruiser
Denver failed to make her contract geon of Lima, Peru, is in New York
speed, 17 knots an hour. In the govern- studying the latest advances In medi
ment's trial test off Cape Ann. cine and surgery.
William Morgan resigned as clerk of
rKRoAt. an political. -the United States district court in SL
David Mitchell died at his home near Louis, after 30 years' service In the
Burtonvlew, III., aged 102 years. orace, the last 1C of whIch he nas bcen
Former Gov. Peter Turney died at bis clerk
home In Winchester. Tenn , ArkanBas on a New raIN
Judge Francis L. Mchols. aged 99 are openIng d,8tricl, hthcrlo
years, one of the oldest pioneers of unprovided with transportation facll
Lucaa county, died In Toledo. O. ltIc- and northern capital is flocking
Democratic leaders in congress are jto the state. "
saia to De planning a tariff revision cam
In consequence of the understanding
arrived at between Turkey and Bulgaria
the latter has ordered the disbandment
of 10,000 troops now on the frontier.
Turkey must now. In accordance with
the agreement, disband 20,000 of ber
A draft of the decision reached by the
Alaska boundary commissioners was
signed by a majority of the commission
ers In London. Messrs. Aylesworth and
Jette. the Canadian commlslsoners, re
fused to sign.
King Victor and Queen Helena left
Paris for Italy after a military review at
Vlncennes and luncheon at Elysee. Their
progress through the streets was cheered Ex-Gov. Samuel Albright, of Dakota,
by crowds. who held the post under President
Russians In the far east are savage p.crce and who for M yearg h beisa
at America for.concluding her recnf pMo Hor. has been taken to the
treaty with China, and declare the St . liters' home In Dayton. O.
Petersburg government will never al- J - Booker T. Washington, who has re
low Mukden to be opened as a treaty inntd frotn Europe, says the negroes
Senator Polrier, In tbe Canadian par-
llament at Ottawa, urged "calling a halt" i
on cessions to the United States, which '
he declared may Involve lndepcndetc
of the dominion.
China has signed a treaty giving Rus-
ala a monopoly of Manchurlan trade and '
mlnlnr rlshts. therebv violatira the
agreement with America to open rcrUIn
ports to the commerce of (he world.
A young woman was squeezed to
death by a boa constrictor at Voel
klingen, Prussia, while giving a per'
fonnance In a menagerie.
It ia said that the Servian army of
ficers who assassinated King Alexan
der and Queen Draga received ' pay
ment for their deeds. " -
"Regrettable but honorable,? sums
up the general tenor of commenl by
Londou papers on the Alaskan bound
Colombia has received an offer from a
German syndicate which is anxious to
build tbe Panama canal.
Germany is assured by Russia that she
will remain on the defensive If Corean
ports are occupied by Japan.
The widow of Rev. Charles II. Spur-
geon, the noted preacher who died Janu
ary 31. 1892, died in London.
Gov. Taft cables from the Philip
pines that no more silver will be pur
chased, the supply of coins now In the
islands being considered sufficient. .
Canada Is still bitter on the Alaskan
award. , In the Dominion parliament a
government spokesman declared It not
The secretary of the interior esti
mates that $156,000,000 will be required
to conduct the affairs of hla depart
ment for. the fiscal year ending June
In the high-speed experiments at Ber
lin an electric car attained the speed
of 130 2-5 miles an hour.
Suit for $20,000 has been started In
Chicago by Rand, McNally &.Qo
againet the Franklin Pressfeeders'
union for alleged strike damage.
Charles T. Saxton, former lieutenant
governor of New York, died in the
Rochester city hospital, aged 57 years.
' Jesiie M. Shaw, secretary of the treas
ury of the United States, opened the
Iowa republican campaign with a speech
War between Japan and Russia is be
lieved at Peking to be Inevitable. -Rev.
Dr. P. S. Henson, of the Han
eon Place Baptist church in Brooklyn,
has accepted a call to Tremont Temple,
Government officials admit they have
evidence of a gigantic scheme to grab
60,175,765 acres of western public lands.
Walter Edmunds, aged 26 years, a
well-known athlete and football play
er of Newcastle, Pa., died from Injuries
received In a football ganie,
E. R. Kramer, for 20 years cashier of
the First national bank of Allegheny,
Pa., dropped dead at Sewlckley.
Commissioner Sargent, of the bureau
of immigration, says the steerage im
migration for the past .fiscal year ra
857,046. an Increase of 32 per cent
over the previous year.
Trade reviews show a heavy volume
of business Is being transacted
throughout the country.
There were 216 business failures la
the United States during the seven
days ended on the 23d, against 194 the
same week In 1902.
jianroaas are preparing united op
position to unions by reducing pay
rolls 10 per cent
Robbers secured $2,000 from the
State bank at Burton, Kan., and $500
from Burnett's bank at Raleigh, 111
The exchanges at the leading clear
ing houses In the United States dur
ing the seven days ended on the 23d
agregated $2,044,168,516. The decrease
compared with the corresponding
week of last year was 20.2.
Fifty per cent, reduction In the
pension roll, totalling $79,500,000, Is
predicted by an official of that bureau
as likely within six years.
Mrs. A. D. T. Whitney, writer of
books for girls, Is 79 years old. She
lives near Boston.
Mrs. Emma D.- Lemon, cousin of
"Buffalo Bill." has been appointed ma
tron at the Pittsburg jail.
Great Brlta'.n proposes to excel all
records at th i St Louis exposition In
the matter ot exhibits and expendi
tures. Dr. Belisario Sasa, a prominent sur-
It Is announced that the plan recent
ly undertaken to displace Mexican
money In the Philippines with pesos
coined by the mints In this country
will prove successful.
The International Harvester com
pany is planning a consolidation of its
separate offices. Hundreds of thou
sands of dollars yearly will be saved
on employes' salaries.
Higher salaries ' for United Slates
consuls are favored by Assistant Secre
tary of Slate IL D. Ilerce. after in
spection tour ending In London. Tbe
fee system Is opposed.
Lieut P. IL Sheridan, of the Fifth
cavalry, son of the famous general of
the civil war, has returned from the
Philippines on the transport Sheridan.
In this country are, as a rule, better
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A colossal statue of King Cotton will
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'culture at the wona a lair at Bt Louis.
BANKS IN CRASH.
aVerl Flaaaelal laatltalleaa Ca
lata Haa aa af Reeelrera Caaaee
: af Their Treablea.
. Baltimore, Md., Oct 20. Conserva
tive Baltimore received a shock Mon
day when two of Its supposedly strong
est financial Institutions closed their
doors and were placed in the hands of
receivers. The Maryland Trust com
pany was the first to suspend and four
hours later the Union Trust company
went to the wall.
The cause of . the Maryland Trust
company's failure was due, as set forth
In the statement of Receiver McLane,
to the Investment of the assets of the
company in Mexican railway securities
which could not be marketed. - The
Union Trust company failed because
of a run on its banking department,
about $150,000 having been withdrawn
by depositors Monday, but the real
troubles of the company had their ori
gin In the organization of the South
and Western railway in Virginia. In
which a capitalization of about $11,000,
000 was contemplated.
Pittsburg. Pa.. Oct 22. The doors ot
the Federal national bank were not
opened for business Wednesday morn
ing. The following notice was posted
in explanation: t.J
"Closed by the authority of the comp
troller of the currency. John B. Cun
Some such action has been within the
possibilities for the past two days, fore
casted by the determined raid upon the
Institution's stock on the Pittsburg
stock exchange. The positive state
ments, however, of the president, J. A.
Langfitt, to the effect that the bank was
not in need of money, and that its losses
would not affect Its capital or surplus,
did much toward allaying distrust on
the part of Its depositors, thus prevent
ing a run.
Mr. Langfitt lays the suspension to
weak stockholders, who. alarmed by
the prevailing depression, threw their
stock on a weak market.
Pittsburg, Pa., Oct 23. Following the
suspension Wednesday of the Federal
national bank, Pittsburg, the First na
tional bank, of Allegheny, failed to
open Its doors for business Thursday,
and Its directors have notified the comp
troller of the currency that the Institu
tion has gone into voluntary liquidation,
and requests him to take the necessary
action in such cases.
The directors, however, at a meeting
decided that, considering the best inter
ests of all concerned, the action noted
above should be taken.
The First national bank of . Alle
gheny was organized In January. 1861,
and has a capital stock of $350,000, a
surplus of $100,000 and undivided profits
Tbe First national is one of the old
est banking institutions In Allegheny.
The directors of . the bank are con
nected with some of the most important
manufacturing interests in Allegheny.
Leseuer, Minn.. Oct 23. The Farm
ers' and Merchants' bank, a private In
stitution owned by W. H. and W. A. Pat
ten, father and son, closed Its doors
Thursday afternoon. Neither of the co
partners would make a statement as to
the cause of the failure, nor of the finan
cial condition of the bank, further than
to that the liabilities would amount tp
$50,000. The bank was not licensed un
der the stale banking laws and had no
capital stock. Its depositors were largely
farmers from the surrounding country.'
The failure caused but little excitement
as it had been expected for tbe past two
days that the Institution would have to
close. It Is alleged that over-speculation
was the cause of the failure.
Oshkosh. Wis.. Oct. 23. Edward C.
Martin, of Fond lu Lac, a merchant
who was a former : banker of
Princeton, has been appointed by
Judge Burnell. receiver of the Prince
ton slate bank, under bonds of $200.
000. This is the bank of which J. E.
Le'mer, now under arrest charged with
forgery, was cashier.
A HELPFUL SERVICE.
Stallatlea mt Ike Great Werk Aeeoi
pllefceel Darlas- Year by Vol.
aaleera af Aaaerlea.
New York, Oct 23. Tho Volunteers
of America, under the presidency of
Balllngton and Maud Booth, will con
vene their grand field council in Pitts
burg on Sunday next A number of
the prominent churches and buildings
of Pittsburg and neighborhood are se
cured for services. The Volunteers'
annual report shows that 400 women
have been cared for and 3,000 tempo
rarily assisted in homes of mercy; 475
children were received in volunteer
homes and 3,400 helped with clothing.'
Tbe officers have visited and aided 29.
084 families during the year. No less
than 180,5.0 persons were lodged In
institutions for working and destitute
men; 27a,428 people received substan
tial meals and 81,900 persons - were
given temporary relief and food cut-
side. Tbe organization attracted
1.077.965 persons to Its Inside ir.eet
Ings. and 2.537,349 persons to outside
meetings during the year. Over 14.000
prisoners have Joined tbe league lu six
years and the Volunteers are In touch
by pen and service with nearly 30,000
men In states', prisons.
Waaee Are Raleeel.
Pittsburg. Pa., Oct 23. The wage
scale conference of the shade brarch of
the American Flint Glass Workers bss
resulted In a wage advance of five per
cent and the manufacturers allowed sev
eral minor conditions demanded by the
men. Tbe advance will affect 1.600 men.
rraaalaea Bajptlat Paaler Dea4.
Cleveland, O, Oct 23. Rev. Horatio
Brotberton. pastor of Trinity Baptist
church, and prominent In the latter
denomination, died Thursday as the
result of paralysis which attacked
b'.m on Monday last. Deceased was Si
years of age.
Tana asp's Eeaar aa areaeaere.
The following essay by a youthful
boarding school boy throws quite -a new
and interesting light on church digni
taries: "There are three kinds of clergy
men bwlmpt rectors and curat.- the
biahupa tell the rectors to work and the
I'oraU have to do it. Curat is a thin
married man but when he ia a rector he
rta fuller and can preech longer sermons
and beruma a good man, we should all
ways risect a curat becauae sum day he
may becua a rector and we must allwaya
pity those, who are low down in the world,
any of na may becum miafortunate so we
must not hit a man w'.th a stone." Chi
cago Chronicle. . j ' ; ' '
- The McBrlde Caa Atalsu .-
St. John, Kan., Oct. 28. Mr. and Mrs
William McBride and Jesae 1 Limes, M.
D., have gone before Mr. George E.
Moore, Notary Public, and have sworn
and subscribed to written statements con
tinning the story of the awful illness and
suMeiuent cure of the little son of Mr.
and Mrs. McBride.
Dr. Limes ia particularly emphatic in
h'm statement, and there does not now
ccin to be any room for doubt aa to the
fact that Dodd's Kidney Pills, and noth
it.jf cUe, saved the little boy.
lie was so baa that he had Epileptic
spells which seized him with increasing
frequency. He was aemi-paralyzed in the
right aide, and hia mind waa badly af
fected. in their sworn statement, Mr. and Mrs.
"Tho very day we began to use Dodd a
Kkluey Pills our boy had twenty-seven of
the Epileptic spells or fits. In less than
a week he ceased having them ent'rely."
The case has caused a great sensation
in the neighborhood. The sworn state
ments hare confirmed the whole story.
She Waa Laeky
"Yesterday waa a mighty lucky day for
"I proposed to her and tntiJ accepted
"Yea. people are usually cousidcred lucky
v-licn they nave got a soft thing." Hous
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Bend for tbe booklet at once.
Ahcuin "I road in the financial news
tliis moruing that 'money is easier' now.
Wiint on earth does that mean?" Broke-k-igh
"Perhaps it means that it 'goes
Cit-ier.' I'm sure 1 don't find that it cornea
any easier." Philadelphia Press.
. Areata Waa ted
To sell Antiseptic Cleanser. Clean earpeta,
clothes, and all fabrics. As a furniture
cleaner has no equal. Removes ink and gum
without injuring varnish or painted wood
work. For Tailor's and Cleaner's use indis
pensable. Writefor particulars. Btreda Man
ufacturing Co., Chicago, lil.
Mere family nerer made a man great.
Ti.ousht and deed, not pedigree, are the
purport to enduring fame. Skobeloff.
Ta Care a Co.d ia Oae Day
Take Laxative Iiromo Quinine Tablets. All
druggists refund monrr if it fail to cure. 2Cc
Taking too much liberty may deprive a
man of his liberty. Chicago Daily News.
Pios Cure cannot be too highly spoken of
as a cough cure. J. W. O'ltnen, 322 Tnird
Ave., X., Minneapolis, Minn., Jan. 0, 1900.
-There are people who seem to think they
can teach exicrienee. N. Y. Tiroes.
Putnam Fadeless Dyes color Silk, Wool
and Cotton at one boiling.
A child can put a twist in a tree that an
army cannot take out. Ram's Horn.
A VOICE FROM THE PULPIT.
Eev. Jacob D. Van Doren, of 57 Sixth
Street, Fond du Lac,
f 2 I Mis., Presbyterian
4 I clergyman, says : "1
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disorders which kept
me in tbe house foi
days at a time, unable
to do anything. What
I Buffered can hardly
be told. Complications
set in, the particulars
of which I will be
pleased to give In a
personal Interview to
any one who requires
information. I began
takinir Doan's Kidnev
Pills and I can conscientiously say that
they caused a general improvement in
my health. They brought great relief
by lessening the pain and correcting
tho action of the kidney secretions."
Doan's Kidney Pills for sale by all
dealers. Price, 60 cents. ' FOSTEO
M I LBURN CO., Buffalo, N. Y.
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Miss Alice Bailey, of
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aot ciack, perl or at
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nark. If aot at aasicr's
saaa tot caiaiosoe.
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Don't disgust your frlonda any
longer. Your foul breath either
comes from undigested end fer
menting food In the stomach, or
from m feverish condition, the result
sweetene sour etomacha, cure
indigestion and constipation.
PEPS13 SYRUP CO., Konticello, Ills
Big Four Rout o
Virginia Hot Springs.
,500 feet elevation on Chesapeake A Ohio Sr.
Pre-eminent among all-year-round Resorts.
Coder the aisnsgrirnt el fir. Pred 5 terry.
This flaa brick strwtnre Is now fully completed.
Baa rooms and MO private baths, eacn room
supplied with lone distance 'phone and modera
appolBtmeate. Brokers' offlo. with, direct Mew
MAGNIFICENT BATH-HOTJ8B and most
enratlve waters known for rheumatism, goat,
.brstty and nerroos troubles.
FINB (IOLT LINKS and NBW CLUB HOUSE
with Sanaa Court, lounging rooms, cafe, pins
pons tablee, te. Tennis courts sad ail outdoor
OCTOBER and NOVEMBER
The Grandest Months in the Tear.
MamMeeat Train Service, Drnhtg Cars,
Pallasaa Meepera, Obserratloa Cars.
Reduced Rate Tickets now on sale.
For rail Information oall on agen ta of the
Bid FOUR ROUTE.
la jrrMt Tarirfv for rale t the lowet price by