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T.mpp. BRATTLEBORO. VT- TUESDAY. OCTOBER 8 " I . . l. I. Is tnatimn REVIEW OFJHE WEEK. old world. A SUMMARY orCDMKBMT NKVS. Chi-.'. V.Bt Co.l ri.l.U-Ar.1.1 WU H.,.r... from K.ll.-Au.tr. I. . .... L.k.- W.lh.lm.na Pl. ,r oclal B-frm.-Pre.l.l.it Krug.r r...-M''" '' ' """" M..riH . '' Db" Lmliiil Up ln,l.ood"ii. This yetr'B hardest in the south of Ireland is stated to be the beat ex parionued for a quarter of a oe tu The asphslt controversy vbicu Das made suoh trouble in Venezuela u to b, Sul"..itt.d to arbitration accord ing to Friday's advices. l)r broenamaui w . f . "7.,.', t. Pretoria, was shot victeu u. M"-r.-;-.rolt1B tressoa bure- . in AuB A mo m recent - - . h 1189 i -ir hrsa water is pure S6H ic and sweet. . HnmoTinnRrs n ft V thVt Kin. Kart fin a serious condition from cancer iSf L'tnnLZ. without adducing any t that, effect. The iury in the navai London on the loss of the . Cobra .d. tnat the vessel was too lightly but", and that she broke in two; and not tint her loss was due to faulty iibvi James Keid and Sir Francis La'ngtin.uished rdrrdD His MaS reported to l.e Suffering from an attack of rheu luHtism. The Yellow River is the most er ratic stream in China. Oonngtbe last century is has changed t. course times. Its present mouth is uuu mile distant from the . point wh re it flu-ed into the sea in 1800. In uw years its tioods have drowned 11.000 PTltoiy is circulating at Amstordam of ""e dier, in French na of - asi : : tlhH world, n i.ee iounds of gold 111 ytu - The wedding of Miss Helen jnorvm., d.ugnter of levl P Morton, ex-v.ce Indent of the United States, to Count K.unn rie l'erieord, a son of the duke ot Talleyrand-Perigord. was celebrated Saturday at St Mary's Catholic church, CheTseaf England. The count's mother his given him a fine house In Pans and lj0,000 in cash. Queen Wilhelmina of Holland is planning social reforms including the Oppression of gambling and the bringing atout of compulsory insur ance aglinst accident, sickness and old age. She also wishes to awaken a better religious tooling jn the army and navy, and do what she can tow ards controlling alcoholism. Noah F Drake, professor of Biology io tbe Imperial university of Tien Tsin says that in the heart of un- , . -u: n.Inarl hv the most uevoiopeu tuiu primitive of methods and waiting only for enterprise and capital to make it . . iua piri Iimk n. vast acoessiDie to mo , field of coal, 25,000 square milts, and i.lnlno 3riu.000.000.OUU tons The Boer president at Nitversum is growing weaKer, ijijj'-"j -- r ., .1 in nA,.hins a de- tun, ma biuwuooo . cision on important questions is found to be a serious hindrance to those ... Rnrnna in behalf of the I""'.8' itv. h. sliL-htest aues Hon regarding his health, Mr Kroger ,hii,it intense irritation and vehe- ...tivr Nonius anything wrong- it U rpnorted at Paris that King Otto of Bavaria, after 25 years of hope . i, -c.nvorsd his reason , r.f th deaths of nis tie UOCS DUU nujn - " .r i il.. T.n,ii II. and is niotner ana uruiu'. ., ho h mself is knm. He speaks of the events c 180 s if they r' j .tor.i It is thoutrht to be a brief moment of lucidity prepara tnrv to a fatBl issue of his disease. . .i.,v,iu unnvHrv of coal nas bsen made in Dover, fcug. It is be that: this seam is the begin nine of the long-sougbt for and sup posedly valuable coal field which ge ologists held ran under that part of Kngland as the continuation of the Pas de Calais field. English and French experts regard the discovery ai most important, and anticirata fui tner impurtaut discoveries. AnnOdelia Diss De Bar, the woman who served a term on Blackwell s Isl and about 13 years ago for wndhng Luther C Marsh, and who has since been in prison at Joilet, 111. and in Ita ly for impostures similar to those which she practiced on Mr Marsh, is in custo dy in London on the charge of conspir ing to defraud women of welry and money by fortune telling. She m now married to a man named Jackson but the couple pass as Theodore and Laura Horos. Both are mesmerists. Arabi Pasha arrived in Cairo Ust week. He was met by a large crowd of natives at tho station. His praise of and gratitude to the British have no limn. iu. ,u.....,. Eeyptian army which ravolted agaiest t ho cneaive oi ntiiv " , j fr.i.el.Kaliir. in 1882. by Lord Wolesley, was banished from Keypt for life. He had spent 18 years and a halt in Ceylon, until he re ceived pardon from the Khedive last Mav. He is now over 60 yes of age anil will live quietly ana privacy. ENGLAND ALARMED. KcpHtcit 8oeceM of th Bor KCauatDR T orotcat KlM-M" Troopa to B Sent to Sooth Afrlc-M "t for TrAoaoa. The repsatei hammeriDgs tne uoers giving tne critnu na.o , irnutrnt alarm and depression IM)3. The bir- - .u inat ('hamiiArisitn raner. mriuniu wain u'"" r. ' aais: "Kverydiy tbe popularity of tbe war is declinicg. while the diffl . cully io findng fresh qualified men is increasing. The country is getting thoroughly sic of the whole business, -..! f tha tf.rrihle human rmoavmi w - - eacri rices aod angry t;its illimitable cost. NEW W0BLD. ITS SEWS HAPPKMXG I! BBIKK. H.v.n, W.n.. Hull.. -'"d .C"''" Prolui.-API..l ' ' " ' " " "" . .... War PtH Cl0l0 Huri.d For..t Foui.il .t Tco.n.-I.lsh. nlns't 0,uwr Frtab. . ..i ,nniliinir 115 nouode has bsen'captuTed in the harbor at Moo- treal. . o . Miss Helen Long, 0 retary Long, died at Hingbam, Mabs, Friday night. Kates scored against iiw eleven and Tufts against aie in ur football games at uamunugc, , Saturday. ... Boston's exports of gram J" : l .wiorl 11.025.415 bushels of wnt 13,803,525 bushels of corn and 4,j1B,- ltiS bushels or ouis. Charles McCloud was sentenced at Alfred, Mo, Friday to life ;; niont for the murder of Barah McUon aid at Kittery Sept 3. Hoar-Admiral Mortimer Li JoJ" has taken command of Chsrlestown "vyyard, in place of Be.r-Admiral W T SaiupsoD, relieved on account of ill health. Nsws was obtained at the War De partment Saturday . that the : Uni ted .;.-- iii to fortifv its i.lr.4a nnaaflaainna BOO. tnul Porto Kico will be a coaling station. .,u u on nlil ana weauiiv resident of Laporte, Ind, wopt for many j ... n,j.th nf Pros dent Mc- ii:.i ri i,ia nhvalpans sav that be n.iu.,;7 1- ""r."'"..:jM,k TliPV i:.nKnUu Avion n msL'u lu ukbmi' j consider the case unprecedented The steamship Queen has arrived at Port Townsneua irom v " V",f L Art naaaananrfl and a nBll minion uouaio - , " " i th.t Nome is crowded with people waiting for an opportun it-o tt oar. niiT,. n ... r tTt. ow fnnnrl fUlltV Of ueorge j iioj r, A a murderous asault upoa his wife una a couple had disigreed and she had in stituted proceedings for separation He claimea m n... Z, nambulistio state when the affair oc curred. Mrs Roosevelt will occupy 'the President's pew" in St John a Prot estant Episcopal church This is one of tho oldest and one of the smallest vinnl chinches in Washington. The President, as a ruio, w... tiuiie to attend the Grace Reformed church. renegade band of Apache Indians the, Sun Carlos reservation is in the MogolioD mountains south " Al buquerque. w. --- " - were Kiueu uv hikia - near the old warpath rendezvous of Victoro and Gerommoa tew nays No particulars or me uuiu.u been received. mu- nrnn nf the Un i ted StatfS exceeds in VBiue eveu i.89L year iuu - , , .. ZZ i, ria nnn.nnn hushe a. At a base of 2 per barrel, which is coo- rtnrnrl a oonsorvaiive rai'""" COLLISION ON QCBBBO CEMIBAL. Du to Twin DHp.toh.r-. Krror-Thr.. Mn Klll.il,Olh.r.IiiJor.d. Two Quebec Central trains oollided Thursday batweon Sherbrooks aod ievis, P Q, and three men were killed ana two . "--7 Tbo accident ocourrod between Ihet ford Mines and Robertson station. A number of Americans were on both trains, and returned to Quebec Thurs day night on a special tram. Hie accident was duo to a tram despatch er's error. THE SCHLEY COURT. SAMPSON TO MS CALLED AS A WITH BBS. laereu a : , aim J 4tn AOO rVMI nr nPHTIV tlU7. TOP neiveu (iju,toiv" --- - 000 000 more than the vaiue 01 m wheat. i -c r-io.b' nf T.nwell. Mass, who became blind on August 8 as the ,.,it nf a. flush of lishtning, is grad- ...11.. hi.r sitrbt. AbOJt two u.v '-V"---.-,- nrt ,1,,,. weeks after ner mi"""i thnnHi.r fltiirm sbe no ticed tbe light of a flash of lightning and has since steadily improved until she can now read the larger tpye of newspapers. Miss Ellen M ilia Bituiii"" - Stone, the missionary of the American Board who is in captivity kan Mountains, is apparently desper ate and an appeal to unrisuau niu.,. ica for the amount or im ru.u. .w. mnrin tiv nor lam lv and relatives, imius sentence of death on Oct 8 if the raa som is not paid. Oil borers near the Tacoma Mill, at a depth of COOf-et have bored ioto aii archaic forest, the remnants of whicn are so great that boring has been tem porarily suspended. While the wood encountered U in a fair ftate of pte jervation its extreme age. coupled with ... thtx ctrutiim in whicu it is lying are such that the logs cut by the anger cannot be identified as belonging to any trees louna in iui thoroughly despised even bv bis fellow-victims at Auburn condemned to die like himself. They loatle him. If they had their way be would be torturarlor lynciieu ur pui. u death after awful sgony and physical punishment. There are iour oiuer murderers iD the death chamber. One told Czolgosz they would Ml cheer when he wbs lea ronu wj c.--'Wa onnh had our cause but you bad no reason for yours" they say. The trees now growing 00 tbe farm -,.,. h'.anL-llll 1 1 . WU 1U luuioi Webster was born are to be cut up into friction matches, a manuractur : .. l.ouincr nnid 2800 for fnn,i;nn t.imhnr unnn it. The lee .. .,11.0 ... Kanr ti RTiinsu ire ictutu rl l, o;r,n tn nv 8.K1OO for the 11.B lain ow.ivu w j . . entire farm, though many patriotic ;,;na nf thn state Detiuoouu tu it- -.-...r.-aH a nnrnetuai me morial of New Hampshire's greatest soc. are the Tka nffifa frn1v isqued orders th. r.th ami nth lancers and tne Hth snd IStb btiesirs toprepara to leave far South Africa. fir u 1. 1 ... anJ Pnrull T hml 1 ..Jinf ih.hMrt. 'a-'MVniJS ;,Kkif of Tniro. X S. -I Mineral lerrihly xnd wiw upee'-hleevi and partially piralvwd. One le of lr Aent-w' t'ure for the Heart Kve - i...f 1 lu.hM X h.l li n i.K.1 niw. tmttlp I wms ahie to go alwiit. Twlay 1 am a well ..n.n 21 Sold bv Geo b Greene and t II HulJen Jt Co. d.ii. tn umi Bl B.cord trottor of UrCBUU CH, V"" the world, driven by Dis owner, 11 Kntnhnm. fallen in a miurv Pimlioo track Toursday to lower its f'.j . . mile of 2 :02ti. Ibe bost rauuiu - - be could do was z:uju. . 1.1. . oanar Barred Out. A u 1 ....-. - K . . . i i.,ij. m unnrrhist leader AD" a--".-- - . nhic,eo. ana eaitar in n- rf. j vkl was Thursday temporarily ui.. t .i, mails for his paper. A number of times mobs have threat. ened to destroy tbe 011100 01 .u i-i" unless its policy was changed. Cuban Conv.nlloB Dlasolvad. -,.. v Thiirarlnv issued an onter formally dissolving tho tional convention, wita the under - standing that if bis services Bre agBin de-irerl be win i"u , ' "j J,,,. call The members were allowed trans oortation expenses to their homes. Bryan and Wlfa Calabrata. Thursday was the 17th annivsrsary of tbe marriage of Col and Mrs Wi -laim J Brvan and the Hth of their cot ing tb Nebrasna, The occasion was celebrated by the laying of a cor- ... n, na dunce to be eee don the Bnan farm three miles from the city. Here Mr Bryan co llects to make his home. A Cuban Dmonalralon. A very large demonstration of Ha vana bankers, manufacturers, mer .1 t .n.i nthnr business mon waileu upon Gen Wood at ihe palace Tours- day afternoon aim Piu.. .- - plea for the reduction of duties on Cuban products on lines of reu-i.roc- ltV IS PSllUJifcteu umi' - --. 000 and 15,000 took part in toe aemuo- gtratioo. A Valnabla Kind In an Old Baraau. Vis Alice Milbury of Kecsingto", N 11, found a paper of bantt oeposiis n,i .rnvHrnment bonds amounting to nearlv ?1000 in an inner partition of an old fashioned bureau baturrtay. They belonged ti Auaiaon uruu .m. resided there until sorro 20 years bbo, when he accidentally le i uowu and broke his neck, dying wnoout telling what became 01 ms """v- I 1 I A U . I. I (fia P II IT) II IllUff Lt uuu ins urubuuii bunted the house over many times to for the money, anu uomj UU MTa " " " . it nn thinnnir be nad Durieu n The Dana oouaa w-. probably put there at least 12 yearB ana as paper in which tbey were dene " rf.toM Havana. .Tune zU. 1SI. UP. , i..,. tr. Kro- j ...mlnit on Ijv a lawyor ieruu . .ll ritr .t. the tonus ana uojiuouj nt.o --0--- Procxdlngi of th. Ma.iachuiatt. B.pub- JlCmO tfBwa-- -- At tha Rnnublican stuta convention .. a..Anv thn liAvnutfl was ad : - u...tiHnnt McKinlnv. The band played -.Nearer ray uyu ti,." Uiiv Ciaoe was rooom mated nn tnn st.ite ticket, also Bates, Olin, li. ,!.... 1 ,mH Turnar ' wera in turn ru :...,! . tho nrikirincs they now ... .1.1 Th. nnls rnntost Was tUat Of UlllU. AM.' i)..,.. Harris for attorney giT eral, Herbert Parker receiving the nomination The platform adopted denounces Ml laws that confer special privileges upon a few and favor sucn Usas.ori'n tho widest opportunities fvor of a wise LU Oil . - discrimination of a business like ex ecutive and iu legislative reciprocity. It pledges support to all sounu meas ures to gire pormarance to ttio gold standard aod favors tbe immediata .ttoti,,n nf the Isthmian canal to be owned and operated and protected by the government aia in nuuuiun h a merchant lUBiine and an amendment to the constitution givirg congress tbe poTver to regulite bours 01 laoor. It rnnnVmns the attempts in the south to disfrar.chise the negro voter as un-American, a violation 01 100 constitution. Lynching muat be stopped. It favors the enactment 01 la, to visil aaeiiuaio ult on or the minder of or a u on tbe lite or iu ri""""" instrument urges the improvement 01 boston barbor. V SOLVENT For Indigestion, Constipation, Im pure isiooa, ana irouuieu vi iuc T.iver. Kidnp.vs and Bladder. Ee- moves gravel and other lime form ations ItemarKabiy successiui in complaints of Women and Child ren. Pleasant to the taste and very gentle in its action. It is A New Medicine Abreast with the Times, the outcome of the long experience of Dr. IJavirt Kennedy, as a pny sician. It will not disappoint. If druggist is out of it send $1 for large bottle, express prepaid. sample bottle will be L If k la mailed if yon write to I II bj address below. Dr. David Kennedy, Kennedy Kow, Kingston, N. Y. Carolina Hall and Har Prdeaaaora. 11:.. Rail whnRe niH?nucr- ade as a man was ended by death on an Atlantic steamer, as stateu iu 1,;. noma Tnparinv. snent her time smoking and playing cards, while her "wife cliattea wuii i" ibuico. . .v.... ho- Hunth miu due in part to alcoholism bints that these ruder niascu- 11 . . . . . n.nrn II . f nOlV fn 1 1 IT. oo nnl omtrnlar. MlSS Hall S female predecessors in man's garb have often distinguished themselves as sol j : unMura otiri in nrner wuvn niur eating a bold spirit. The late Murray tinii tkia nitt. tolin wore men's tZRTD 11.11 Ul lu'a .'j, - " 117. a rnrapd in the WBVS OI the wBrd politician and like her later namesake was "married." Several women served as soldiers in the civil war one, Mrs William Lindlty, fight ing by her husband's side. That this is . .. .-,i. nt tho "new woman" inere- liuiliti' . . - r..u...u ly is shown by tbe vaior in f'' Sampson, who fought and was wounded in the Continental uniform in tbe devo lution. Mary Anne Taylor at about the ;a ,..U3 f of 9ii vears a dr unl earnt, 1ICIIUU "no " . j mer boy, cabin boy on a privateer and finally a sailor ngnting uraveiy . Dr James Barry, though a woman, was a cool duellist ana rose iu oc surgeon-general. The Count (uountess; e.r. rr,M Vm nf Austria, was also a duellist in recent days and disso lute to the point 01 irresponsiDiniv. t L'ir..nun an Australian woman ilBtl tfuiKCUovw,-" after a wild life as a bushranger, served nn the Mounted Kines. nnuiuci .i: oAiokrito th T.anv Evans, work ed for years as a man in the mines and was tnree times marneu. m nr ciiia (ilpnn. ai rested (or vielding to confused sense of owner- tin nf ni-nnorrr nrniiH 111 uuv o humiuti i well remembered. The element of i....L.i..,r in mnit nf there cases. ... in that, nf Mrs Julia nniirais miwlii, - - . . T. . .... .1 ;.,l.inn. anri tpmioine at heart, donned the clothes of her crippled 1 1 j . jn ih. rnnffhest work 10 a Pennsylvania coal mine. DvsiepsiB bane of human exis tence, burdock Blood Hitters cures it, promptly, permanently. Regulates and toces the stomach. , Capt L.mly Produca. th. "Dtwr Schl.y" Lattar Tha Wora "b... - in It Ovar an Kra.nra-ll a Hnrtg.on Corr..pond.uc. K.ad-Hodaon Ua,ia.ta til. rarooua Schley Collo.iuoy. in thn s,,hlpv naval court of in- nuirv Kridav Mr Kayner asked Judge Lemly to sumni n ACmiral Sampson M ... . . 1 Hl.r. ran, mat as b wituess in 1110 1 are out of a ditferonce 1.1 loports of a sentence in Anmirai mVuu ter to Commodore Hcb ley, written from Key West, May 20. while the flying s.iuadron Uy olf Cienfuegos This is knonn as the "Dear Schlev" letter, and it is printed in tbe navy department documents supplied to tbe Senate. The admiral sai J, after expressing bis opinion that notwith standing the report that tho Spanish souadroa wis in Santiago itwerebot l4. tn hlni'ltnrln Clunfue- tur 10 uuniiiiuo . , ,, gos and Havana, "we aoau oonuuuo u-i 11 . nii . . .nn nni uuu uulu IU UU1U 1 a . U 1 1 . we receive more jjubih.u tioti. " . .. J... The w tnesses for tno nay Lieut C W Uyson of tho bureau of steam engineering, couueiuiu ooal supply of the flying squadron; Commander K P Ko'.'gers. wbo was second in command or too uaiuunu.i Iowa dunrg the Spimisn war and car ried Admiral Saairson's despatch of May 20 to Commodore Schley , and Commander A O Hodgson. During tbe examination of toui mander Kodgeis the despatch was un der consideiation, when Mr Kayner expressed the opinion that the wore Santiago bad been inadvertently used by the commodore, 8s?umin? that he meant to use Cienf JCgos as better cor responding with tbe oontoxt. As tho document was printoJ mere was a narentuetical note, to anicn .iu.u... Schley's initials were attar-bod, saying that evidently tbe wrong city bad been mentioned. Mr Kayner asaej ay- lomlv tn make this concessior, uu the latter declined saying he would produce tbe original or Aumirai a.ij. ion's despatch to prove that he had said "Santiago." Mr Kayner sain : I cannot taae tne worn ounii mean anything but uietiucgoj. . ,u imputation upon Commodore ocumy . . ' . . .' ... ..... mithniit. anil 1 cannot permit m i summoning the author 01 u i patch. Capt Lemly responoen, 1 have ton you onto i"" );-- - summon any one you please. "Tneo, Mr Kayner, summon mummi Sampson." . , . Lieut Uvson siiu iuni ra .'i; - the Broouiyn had coal enougn aboard tn have retuhin3a oa uiuunuuo Santiago for 23 dsvs and then to bsve returneJ to Key West: tho Massaobu setts enough to remain j u .u ... ifou .t! the Iowa enough . . . . 1 . rf nnr. ri n . ann .... .1 .lake Tn B HInB M'lvU V. ( J M " " IIJI II wa..-.. ..." . .. . ..!. l..k..o,l ..na rlav ThlS WSS BS- ine iunruiuuDB" " . suming that tbey would have gone by the Yucatan cnannei. . i..,..j a.a Atnminei at 1 .t. nnnnn.ninff the coaling of the ICUKIU tvUUa.- . .o nn. ..14 1.' l.H the Ioa on t, aftarnoon of May 20?" Mrilanna .Ota oftornnnn. thfl time spoken of, the weather being fine and r . . u : 1. .i.Apa aaniilri have smootn, 1 iuiu. '':".. " .. j I..: 1 I ...i.ia at a ." ren led tbe 11.. rolatod two or ttree .... i. n-hirh tho shins of the ... 1 h..l hu.n olnared unon siLmel from the tUgsbip Brook yo be- .... n. 'ii k,.:i spshrI had neen lore 1.17 ji . . ;..no,i in tha distance, bach time .l' ... n,aLru .Tinpd of 12 kllOt H1B , " .....j .V... an hour. He aisrj repeaieu of the bombardment or reconnoissnure of the Crisiobal Cobn on May .11. Uescriiiiog Commodorn Schley s blot a ade of the harbor at Stnliago, C-pt u...a aairi tht the fleet had main- tuined a position or seven ur tnKU. miles out. . He was asued whether me uroomu and the Texas had been in danger of a jollision nn July 3. The witness re plied tnat if ttiere had bsen any such ilumer he had not seen the two ships at the tine. He bad seen tbe two ves sels eirly in the ongrgemeri., uui, tbey were then about belt a nine apart. Lat.-r be was called helo and oia noi see auy danger. Commander Hodgn repeated bis famous colloquoy with Schley during the peouliar nmnoeuvre, ii" " inn,,-' ..incuted bv tbe Brooklyn, Admiral Schley a flagship, io ttie en eagemcnt with Cervera's squadron on &....:.... ti IS11S. and to tbe reasons of Admiral Schley for maktiog '''tij...- aai,4 thai while American .naa..u . re steaminn in toward tne fljeing Spanish ships Schley called out to the Brooklyn's captain : 'Look out, Cook: they are going iu i..u vou " Cook, replying mai ne uui ; .i. that harl the helm Dut to starboard, tnus turning thebronk- i..r. ir. thn liir.'ntiorj in. wdii -.b iuo l."..:.1, ahina anrn point;, that is. to tbe wsstsard. Immediately after hnnnenr. the helm was put to ' u,.hloii i.ollnd out to Cook, lull I, ium kj. "."j " . . , , . a, Tl. a tnpnnil thn "Hard apuri: xm Brooklyn in a direction opposite to .kA Coniarrla Then Il0tll?Snn IU1II' .11 I'll" crieil out to Schley: "Comiriocoie, if you go to starboard you will run into thn Texas. " "Damn tbe Texss! I can't help that i i.,l- nut for herself. Schley snswered. "I don't propose to go in anv closer snd eunjeci my wip to torpedo attack." Hnduson continued: "After a mo ment's discussion it was decided to get around as quickly as possiDie. Tbe leading Spanish ships were then lell to the westwaru. nriui aport, was tbe next order given, nio turn was mads and the Brooklyn was well clear of tbe lexas. e mi'" for tbe leading vessel, tne lzcaya. a a Pm,n aa ma ware around tbe turn the helm was eased so we were run ning parallel to the Spanisn snips the Vizeaya about 2400 yards off the starboard bow. The Colon was on our beam and tbe (J,ueudo abaft tbe starboard bean. ... ik.f tha Krrtnklvn Was about 2.r)0 or 300 yards from the Tsxas at the nearest point, oi mo .u.n. had nreviously called the distance 7j tn irih varrls. The court held but one short session OBturunv - i .v. - j uA a.,., ira t iput Commander A i- Ul IUC uo wno t i bon O HtMiffsoo, wno was waviKBiur Ivn durine the cam- .in nf istis. and almost his entire time was taken up with the reading of haiaann himaelf and Ad- miral Schley concerning an alleged col loquy between them during the battle .n.i..Tn Ilia testimony was plain ly disappointing in some respects to tbe counsel for tne navy uc.ri..n-i... mA .h. tia m-oald tirove a mot damaging witness aaainst Admiral Schley, yet he so modified some of hia statements as to make his testimony ap-' qC0& ofye dfflcrence of consuue. tlon of tbe last paragraph of the lJear Schley" letter, ne P""" J: ". in.il conv. reading a pa" of the para- eh.".'.,J?.W,j. t th- nnlnlonthat 1, tiieroii'rt-, mi. .... -r-- . our best chance of success in ea .tur ng their ships will be to hold the two points Cienfuegos anu uav.., r-" - ; he foice we can muster. It later it should develop that these vessels arc at bantiago we should then assemble at that port the ships best suited foi the purpose and completely "locate It. Until we, then, receive more pos it ive n formatlon we shall continue to hold Ha vana and Santiago." .Uannntt Capt Lemly then said: "thoou'' please, I was yesterday requested by counsel for the applicant to produce the original of the letter from Adm'ra Sampson to Commodore Schley dated Mav 21, 1WS, the question being as to the final name at the end of . ....li aiimther it hniilrt he 'Cienfucgos' or 'Santiago. ..I hA thn nriirinnl. and the nameap- I ...il nnnPJM Over BO pears ""-- "''.r;: t th fHcr erasure. ' i inviw hiwuh , - --- that in the press copybook it is nannas" which shows that the change was made Dei ore me miici i- ' . nt r mill add tnat tbe punctuation is . I ototon- in the nress cony." He also, . . .i;. ul Snhlev a n. in. .aiiiirhi. ill nuuiiiu. ... :i omit.hpr CODV '10 COUDC11, in uuu.vu " ' ' . - which," he said, "you will sos there w'is no correction. 11 appeareu .a,...rf as Santiago. Capt lcmlv said tnat na suiumuu. u as vet been Usued for the appearance of ., ." - A 1 Uamnann hpfore the COIir', but that the summon would bt iiufiu whenever Admiral tscniey a couuKi ui"v application lor it. Lataal Daall of amar Dl.aalar. i ji u r.nm nan rhaffee at Man ila says that no other details have been received of tbe attack upon tho :b regi ment at Balangiga. The names of the 1.111...1 ...in ha Hutnrmincrt hv elimination B.1UIU nil. J. of survivors as soon as possible, ine June uimtcr roll is probably the latest evidence to be bad. t-:.i.. .. Jla.,.t,.lina nnntalned the lol- rriuuv a U1CJ.I..V...H , lowing details from thoie who escaped , "Sent 2i), wnue at urcatuna.. . a,.. utri-k-d at dienal inoruiuK, tuu'i"1"' ..... ...... . - ringing convent bells, by about 4i0 holo- meu, 200 Irotn tear oi quariio, simultaneously attacking officers quar ters. Company completely surnu, force attacking front guinea poswuiuu of arms. Fight ensued forewitn in which many met death in mess room in rear. Kuemy nenteo mi iiiiiiiai... about 2." men who gained their arms. Serueaut Dettron assumed command. , ii. . 1 ...... n In hnftta Kndeavorea collect uicu ica.o ... r-ntnwki.ii hv enemy. Strength com- maud, three ofiicers, 72 men. Killed, 1 ... .,i it.... ..n m lata i no three oilicers, w eonsicu uiu, .i -J ft oraaant IS. Part 8tr B1Z. WUlluucu . ", - , ...L-in.r ntiipera in convent entered A POSTAL DELIVERY. AN INCIDENT OF REVOLUTIONARY DAYS IN CONNECT llu i VOL. XXVI. NO. 21. A MONTANA GIRL1 tacking otllcers in convent jui.c.cu t0 marry jc, um m t,""" - through church, large numbers led by I to Drlng ye letters from the man president. Probably 101 rifles with com- and I m poo(1 enough to chan pany, 2 saved, 15 of lost (r'nes) bolts l g for gom, out mT K-.A' n-. ui ....,nitinn int. Xinetv arawu, 4i,wu buiuiu... ' , , 7 ' r five prisoners outside Cuartel joined in attack at signal. Boat of mis.ing men capsized. . . ,, Capt Bookmiller reported as follows: "Landed yesterday. Inhabitant desert ed town, tiring oue shot. Burled three otllcers, 29 men, number bodies burned, quarters building tired as we entered. Secured or destroyed most of rations. All ordnance gone. Insurgents secured 57servichierifl-'s, 2S.0O) cartridges; 48 men of Co C, I'th infantry, (and l one hospital corps man killed or missing, JS men accounted for; found two io boat en route here. Buried dead, burned town, returned to Basey." n,u,-a Mai Morris C Foote of the 9th lis infiiiitrv. Manila, was io Balangiga tne day before the disaster. He says tnat " .... i r..ll.. ...acnnH Capt l onoell nsu uvea mi'jr ind had taken everv necessary precau tion. Information that a plot was brewing among the riiipmos c m iu .. . . . . :... mhn aunt that Mai roote iroui a pru-si, it was In the plans of tue popuiai-e iu attack the gurrison, and that tbe Basey . tn hn attacked from i;arrii.uu " " r . a cockpit In the rear of the barracks. , i.....nrfiaiali. civpn to de- uruers wcits niiiiicv.ia..j r , niolish uiecocKpiinnu;iiin"""' stationed. There is intense reeling throughout the army Decausc oi massacre. ew has iut heen received from the Co . . . . . f,t. urn iviH.ks nrior to HUUlllHIl liuiini r. , , Uit '! the Venezuelan troops coni'entrate.l he tween ?n Cristobal and Cueuta, -utimated at SHOO men. had not dbeharged a sinsjle j.hot aifainst the Colombian iua.-eil before tbem uiuler the eommanil of (ien alleneia ami eMimated at timio. uoiu iic. maineil continually iu n u. ..,..,.., i ,f Vi.iipzup a. liefore at- tnekimr. wait the answer of Colombia to the Venezuelan note. nn vou (Miller from piltH? If so do not turn to -iircerv for relief. PeWitt's W iteh Hazel Salve will act nioreiiun i , bui.i. . savlmr vou the exieuse anil daner of an operation. Oreene'a ilrug store. ' Tnn Snrarlcal. a iittln T.ntrlston bov at Old Orchard who has long, curly hair was told by a lady that he ought to have it - sum n!n.l ' Shingled! I guess not," was his re ply. "I ain't going to have nails drove in my head:" Lewiston Journal. A ..et.er From the Kro-t Th-t .. 0d Went ana lame - The Flrat HnrnI Free Uellvery In Mnn.Ueld Town. The arrival of the first batch of let ters after the establishment oi r,..a. '. . ?. m 'Mansfield, Conn., re- postul incident rcnicunu.. - family for 120 J- f ""to ".. ways cried when she told the story, she said. iu.i,. ,.ir1 When my mother was n little Ir . the narrator went on. to have one s let ters regularly brought and ' at the door wo..... "";- miracle of privilege - - ; " without pnymg poias-- " beeu another. Malls were so slo and uncertain that the safe arrival of an expected letter by any menus ins an event in a country family, with the poHtofflce miles away. Sometimes the delivery was helped nlng by volunteer carrlcrs-a farmer Kolng home from tne " - housewife returning iru". " . with her bargains of lamp oil. est India molasses and green tea, or ejen a passing peddler with his W ware and com brooms. In the old war time the army had post riders, but they were few and far between. My grandfather was a soldier of tbe Involution, and grandmother kept the home fire burning here, and provided for their three children as we.. u could while he was at the front. Ml summer she had heard no word of him, aud when one autumn day a muu m mllitarv cloak rode to the door on a white horse her heart beat quick. "Docs Uuth Fuller live here? he says, holding a thick letter In his hand. "Yes I am Ruth Fuller," and grand mother reached eagerly for tbe letter, for she saw the address In her bus band's handwriting. "The postage Is 2 shlllln's." t.r..hnr'u nnllll tl'UUUCe fell, for UlOilUUlvu... " there wasn't bo much money iu i..t house. "Guess you don't know mc. remark ed the man. opening his cape and tip ping back his cocked hat, but still hold ing the letter. She knew him theii-an enemy capable of a moan revenge. "Ah, yra. you romcm'.-:" Tu:n 'i"u: ner aod how h.' !'': Ju to marry hiui snd you give hlia 'No, I thankee,' and .i. ri,n duller. I wasn't cid enough wva. " ...... - - to marry ye, but I'm good enough now mini iu.i charge ye a steep price for goin' out o' my way. So hand over your 2 shillin's aud take your letter." The poor woman toiu mm sue uuu u nmnor To ! held ui) in this heartless and Insulting way was ft bitter hurt to her. Her grlct was deeper man un rcsentmimt, but she was too proud to let the cruel fellow see her weep. "I will get you a good dinner." she said, "and feed your horse and give .., n nali- nf nine lnm? stOCkinSS." It was a humiliation to plead with Tom Turner, but she could do no less. "Money or nothln'," he says, and be put tbe letter in his pocket and rode away. Grandmother went into the house and sat down and cried, and her chil dren, clinging about her. cried too. During her lung months of waiting, at odd hours (die had spun and woven cloth and sewed garments and knitted .vnnlen" Ktnekincs for John's winter comfort, trusting to find some way to send them to him. Now the messenger had come and gone who could nt least have carried word, and he had refused even to give her her husbund's letter. Ma, (.Sod knows what the bad man did." sobbed one of the little ones. "He knows what nice things you ve made for pa, and he'll send a good man next time." The baby's thought relieved the moth er's despair, and the three lonely hearts prayed and waited anxiously for the "next time," and, sure enough, before r1titr rump thev k:iv the same white horse galloping toward thehouse. "He's brought the letter back!" they au cried out together, for they believed the rid ir to be the same man. Grandmother rushed from the door with all her children. The horseman held out the same letter, and as he gravely put it into her hands she glanced up to his face and screamed for Joy. ... "John! It is you!" It did not take her husband long to tell the rest of the story. Tom Turner had returned to headquarters, and one night, made talkative by an extra ra tion of rum, he had bragged how he "got even" with an old sweetheart who Jilted him. His exploit reached She Was Pale and Bloodless but Now Has a Good Complexion. From lite Pionrrr Presn, ,S'(. J'mit, a,n in... "ftf... U,Wt nf Wr..,.. T)...., illinn I'm .j,....., v.. ........... , imai. li county, Mont., who was nst'irwl to health from that pale, mrineiaied co. dition which doctors cull unuMiiic and which, if neglected, inevitably meanj early deat h, says: "About rive years ngo I tiocame ill nnd grew worse until I was coritpleterj run down. Tho least cxtrti. n would bring on a very severe pain in rhopitof my stcmach. At other times I would have a pain in my head, winiethiag liko neuralgia. My kidneys wen; vert weak and my limbs always f-lt tirei I -was troubled with shortness ul breath and I had a pale, bloodless appearance. There was a smothering sensation aliout my heart, which wjiiM beat , :i ..nil, fi.fl nf rinliiitt.,r.n lv three years I was under the rare of two doctors, neither of whom k- med to know the nature oi my trouble, lney i m fn rl VKnnriHin Tllciirntir.n nl ireawiu iilvj .u. j "i i . . " w the stomach, gastritus and neuralgia, . llUH. rrr.r.A VnCriltC OUt Wliuouv ftw. "Two years ago, when I saw an ad. vertisement in a St. Paul pajx-r of Dr. . Ti:ll.. Ti..l, Tl 1 Williams raut x-.ns io x u: i i bought a box and began taking tht-m. They helped me so much that 1 kepton with them until I had taken five boies altogether, and became well iiwlFtronj again. I gained in flesh, ar. lt bevpavj me a healthy color. I have great fait, in Dr.Williams' Pink Pills for Pale Peo ple, and take them every Bprinn and fall as a blood medicine and for the general building up of my sy5t;;ra " Signed, MA hMITE At all druggists or din-rt from Dr. Williams Medicine Co., N'hencctaiir, N. Y., 6n receipt of price, 00 ceiiu pa box i six boxes, J2.50. . , Prescriptions, Our Prescription hu-inev I. our sial fli-1,1. AVe have at our eomiiKiii 1 nn eiap. tionully complete etoek of the hi-.t 'hmii!- und preparations ol.t:imaMe. ...L.tiiniion. vou eet iut what yuur doctor order and you are charited ju-t vtiistH worth no more, no less. tuner pra here. Huyler's Candies nt C. F. THOMAS' Druggist. Established ho. JOHN H. WALSH & CO., Ilaymarket Square. I!oton, Relltle Wholesale Healers la Wines and Liquors J. A. Pullen's Her UOnDI. I uu Jitiuu uiiu. ma .xjiiun ic.ii.ucii r ohel What do you think of the . the enrs of his commanding officer, I .haM Vlll ' . . , 1 . 1,1 I .... I .1 n ,. r, put my grandfather In his place. Tbe new post ruicr una orougnt nis own lEev. Dr. Leach's Idea that there will ' be few If any men In heaven 1 . .. .. ,.. . . Anll Jiaud Hum Muum j heaven? Chicago Tribune. that Meant What It Said. Vrt " R.ilJ the iiimecunious one, "yon can't believe all that you see In the newspapers. .re vou preparea io specuyi vue other man asked. "t am I saw a statement in tne financial columns that money was easy, hut when I tried to negotiate a loan I found that the reverse was true." "You misunderstood tbe paragrapn. It didn't say the people were easy." Judge. TO SKEPTICAL ASTHMATICS. The truly marvelous cures of As thma which have already been effect ed by Dr Rudolph Scbiifmsnn, cer- tainlv call for notice. His preparation (Scniffmann's Asthma Curei not only gives instant relief in tbe most stuli ,nm hut nositively eurvs. io nf which bar what tbe Town I.. , . , i : m n u.vu..n. T naa tmilhlAfl With ftflthlllA Sll S . " " r m al.nnt H vua.K Ban I st.art- IO. V jrnio, - m," - - - " - ed to one yonr Asthma Cure, and have not nad an omacK ior six jraif. Si'hiffuiann's Astbnie Cure can bs obtaicert of ail Druggists at 50 and $1 00 per pctn.go or by writing -Jirect to Dr SchilTmsno. Bo 80i. St Paul, Minn. letter to his wife. It was the first rural free delivery in Mansfield wn.- Xouth's Companion. Cnpld'a Gnlde. "In nil rrv Itfo" Rim snlil. with A sigh, "I have seen only one man that I would care to marry." uia be look like me: be carelessly asked. 'Than alia flnnn li nrunl f tn.. t,ta apma and wanted to know what secret power men xHjssuaBi iiuti tri.au.VB tiie.ij iu icii wnen tney are lovea. Chicago Herald. Th n.t imalliin r.9 a 1. M .1 .nnnA V vi .1 vuiiu lauuv, w shifted to the eboulders of teacher or ....... u..v. . u. ivaiiuuoiuuiij ii-o.aj first and foremost, with tbe parents. xrftu.us iiume uuumai. It is almost as presumptuous to think you can uo noining as to think you can ......tl.!.. m.im t . BC.i J lutlilj. X Ullliys XrNMB9. J Pill-oonhv. There nre tillls and Dills but lr AKiiew'n Liver rills at 10 cents a vial I,'. il in ,.IT. . .1 il Tha ..la l,.ln nn .ha phenomenal. Sluinrih liver, conlipatlon. or Imamilar laiaral. ara .ha .m....hu.m ... ... ... tlh, .i.-.l .1 i...r.l..r. T.i..Ul,U...U. m- I mOVe the mile. JOmb vial fa lit iwnU - I 23-ino piil. 25 cents. Sold hv Geo Etireene and K II Holden .t Co, ' Fob Famiuy I'sk. 8phlnx Rye, In scaled bottlei only tl.8tiUHrt, tlS.OO cast. Walsh's Cablncl Rye, WalBh'a Owl Rye, Kernwood Rye or Bonrbon, Glenwood live or Bourbou, Wellington Club, XXX Wellington Club, X X Wellington Club, X Lawrcni-c'it OM U-,lfor.1, Chapin Trull Co., Kuiu. I New England Rum, ! Pare Holland Gin, Pore Rye Gin, Amarlmn filn. I- Pure California Wines, Pure Grain Alcohol, Send for 1901 Catnloenf. Money most accompany order. Poaml or Ei.re.. Money Order. Noaig for jugs, paAlng. etc. All good lJ In plain cases. " Pern n tl ITS 1 n For Cash on Delivery at 4.; 19 lbs. Granulated Sugar, V liCSt Ull, o gius. Bread Flour, at stoic, Grape Nuts, package, Shredcd "Wheat, Best Vinegar, gal., Best Coflee, lb., Tripe, keg, Bread Flour, 1-8 saA, St. Louis Flour, 1-8 -ck All goods at same ! F" must have cash on delivery.3- these are prices for good at J. A. PULLE istf REFORK1ER ADVERTISING PAYS. TRY IT.