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storia iS Dr. Samuel Pitcher's
chilen.' It contains ncithcr.Oiium, Morphine nor
otWr Narcotic substance. It is a harmless substitute
i fb? Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor Qil.
. it in Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years use by
Pinions of Mothers.
tb 3Iot!iers Friend.,
r j Castoria. v
.urifciiw weh idpUdtondreatt
IeouuaanJ it to Any prwscriptioa
" " ill SoOKfor St., Brookly., N. T.
icSf 'Cntori' U to uolwnal aad
M Bl8. .waki.w thtt It eeccw a' work
ftrtf tnlion to badocao It. Ttw ere the
lslt f oraUics yrSo do not keep CwtorU
4 ' tflbn
iTr ir- -i -
f lattant Killer tf Pais.
Internal and External.
Care. KHUUMATISM, NEUBAi-
Riiin. RLiff Joints. COLJO and
tW'i"''AJinj wsianuy. .- vumer. bus- '
"5htis Croop:liptheria, Sore Throat,
W "... .V . 1 .
KSifit felocVIbi; String
eaetPowsrfl Mid ppBctrRUnfiLinimemior aaan -
rfcitu 0xiateoo. Large fl aza sue. eizeibc
JOHKSOH'S ORIEjJTAL soap.
KJicte4 arnl Tailet. The 0cct Ekin Cur and "
hea iQut'if:er. Lodie wiU find it e most
iice n(i li!gh?7 perfumed Toilet 8oapro
airket. Iti aboutoiy pure. Make the
-Jti toft aadvehrety-aDd' restores the lost com
Bieii3J i loiiiry ff.r the"Bath tor Infnnte.
fctiiTt Ttciiine; cieanf ea the ealp anl prooiotes
ajywrthotMa-. Price)C, For sale by :
'..'I' - . Siu.-nriiv, N 0,;
Th Community Shocked.
Lwt sveaiug.'jtiat lafter tea, while Mr.
IWan Hriman, a jrouiiieht ami highly- .
fcsjmid xitizdi, apparently in the bett. ol
.bMb uil ,sp:nu, wiu reacting anewtpaper,
.tic leei Kuddi-nly fell to i the floor ; lie
lucd u.te katiti over his heart, gasped, and
back in hu chair, v'idenJy uacou
nout .'Tiic-taiiiiryvera stricken Willi ton
'irmtUoa, aud imiuediaiely ummoned a
pnirweak 4tC if! was too late. The oKl
patfeuiAn wai ded. I'h vsicians ,ave heart
,mm m the caue.''-4- Hoibiwik HeruUL .
j Trlajr the papers contain statements
'KjilarU tie root. jEvea vouUi is no de
Itm againAt Letrt disease, and the awful -nfiiiif
with w'lii'ch it is 'claiming Tietims
fcfeet upon all a cooriction of its prevalence".
keadir, if jou hsre a symptom of this '
inti SAtexse do not hesitate k moment in
Uttndiiur todt. Delay is always dancreroits.
wi ia lieort lisea'te too 'often fatal. Some
wnptoaaf heart diiaae are 'tftortoewof
faifi'.-iiitterin' oft palpitation, pain or;
hBf,e in left ride- shoulder, or arm, if- ;
itflrtu ptaW, smothering, weak or hungry
Pll, fainting 6ielh, dro, etc. .
CVW.Rv?n. York. Pi.. writes: "I suffered
hrt (Tmeasc 22 -years. Kroquently my
Mrt would wra to Jump intrt.my mouth, and my
4iiio m fa me rorif.mUncholy. Physicians
ri".B;'!Vllof. I hefinie so much worse that
wot errv-t'l to liVe, bnt wwi Induced a
' Mrwrtf, i Dr. Mtles-N'ew tleartCure. The
y'Pn Iftr I Mt jrrpfttlt irpi:erei1, and at the snfl
jMMy! folgika ktng. ly f ratitude is too
t lrcion." ! .
J,h R-vicwell, tTnlontWwn. Ms-. irM !
!Tm.v'T: "r fnnT esm prrfons to betfn
Htth.of jr MlW New Heart Cora I was
ewtt he.rt disease in a rstr aevere form,
f all -M!ed eai. brtt with no benefit
' I. Miles1 remedy, ene bottla of which
HirhPotnt. la, makes the
ir 'mont : I was a wreck front hesrt
rJ,n-,to9inrB trouble whea Ibriran n-ing
m "iWHsw Hrt c,rs and Kerre and Liver
, result of faetf I am well.-
. Slier: Hsw Msart Cars is sold Wall dm
CLV?c,tlT fnaraittee, er sent by ths Dr.
m Jfw, r B'khart. Ind . on receipt of
H?' Hrib- ttV. s bottles for S5. express pre
illt nTslTlfroe from all opiates or
fTIJsft lrnr. nf- rViles Nenre and L'er
.m r VT TWn $i n Vailed
For Bale hy, all Druggists.
1 ; '
1 or.'ev 111 tlie lianiLable
In-vt., tjcOr.usc it is absolutely
v. it ytu live, and protects
f oti ,?iV. The lbllowiiig
To..ti.- I'olicv Holder
wi 'life insurance,
".!: N .vemW 59th,
v? a cjtaicBiem of the
1W iKOunal reasons
y, now ma.
ja v.jti. ii. I b, 10 uy that the
V c.m.eiy fc-tistatt.y one and'
ft'JiUUr 1,'- ' f'tasi'e o rtcommend the
vv . J AS. C. GIBSON.
th"!C -fof particsxlars tay-' - Ask all
,,B mt-tlic ?oui'me "
, T M'P'eciate it. - -
: v- J- kODDEY, MkWer,
"-'Pirtment of th,e Carolinas:
g! 1,',. -
prescription for Infiwts
is the Children's Panacea
Castoria cores Colic, CenatJpnfkm,
Bour Stomacn, Diarrbdea, Crucatioa,
Kills Worms, vea dei:r, ad jiromotes
Without injurious medication.
"For several years I hare recommeBde
your ''Castoria,'' and shall always continue U.
do so as it has InTaxiably produced beoeflcia
' -y Eswnt F. PxanEE, M. Jn
7.- 12JtJi Street and 7th Ava., New Tork CSty
Ths CKHTAua CoitPXKT, 77 Hcuat Srazxr, Nxw York Crrr
'-'---- - - -y 1
iS THE SAFEST
There are clncls rttr.il tc-.'-s cto.rf. - .!.
cities which st;:i 2,'COO p:.!r. t-w t-b . a ... .-,h. ; iiiK
a net profit of $ij0,C0U a year. Wc .11 e Jic-i iov. ,
but we sell a great many pairs, the cU-ar prolit on
our ladies', missce ond children" shoes la at leat
ten cents a pair, and on otir men' and boya shors
15 cents a pair. V.'e.fha'l csUdliFh f hoe ston s in .
each of the 'fifty l:ir?et cities of tbof. (i.,snil if
they sell only UjO puirs of hho s a day y v. ;i;l'4
earn d VJ.", 00 a year. We sliouid l3 a'-fc I f?.y a
yearly dividend of S3.C"ashar-,oroverno j;cr .er.t.
a year on h i:iv utmci t. We m II t:s r:ck at $10
a share. Th price tnrnt inevitably I e tnt-ch nioro
than 410 a shan. ,No siot-k has eve r1ecn so!d at
less than this price w Uich ia i.s par value. St tic
nonassessable. Incorjxrratrd, t'.iiiHal t '.OOi'.Oi 0.
We have ovcrl.000 ctocilic.ldefo, nml -ihs r.t:niler
Is increasing daily. 8omeof llio principal storU
j holders are : T. S. Walling. N. Y.-: I. J.Tottrr. r"t.r ;
! N.A.1tel. Jr..Chicg.i; J. U.fi. ilK:!.CIiipnjt.s V. M.
V Ksrsnaasli. Little Il--k4 Ark.; 1. II. Jii h. . )i J. K.
Turner. Phils-t It. lUnling, N. Y.s K. J. 1'sjrne, Battle
Creek, Mich-t F. f. Ilullrtte, Arra!r. N. V.
AY rite for a prospectus containing the names of
cur stockholders, etc., or mtl an ortlrr for ixt,
tncloting efihirr'n check, vah or money vnhr.
Orders taken for one or more shares. Trice, tlO
a share. "
nrvTCO cunc pn ,!
ULA I kit OHUt UU st,osToa.
AuchIi H anted.
DEXTER SHOE CO., Tnc'p. Capital, $f ,000,000.
BEST 81. BO 8HOH IN THE WOKLD.
''A dollar tueed U a dollar earned?
This Ladle' Solid French IoneolaKd But
ton Itoot delivered free anywhere in the U.S., on
receipt or Cash, aioney Order,
or foetal Note for . S1.50.
Eonals every way the boots
sold In all retail stores for
.50. -Ve make this boot
ourselves, therefore we guar
antee, the Jit, ttyle and wear,
and If any one is not satisfied
win re! una tne money
send another pair. Oners
Toe or Common , Sense,
wkitha O. I K, & KK,
sizes 1 to 8 atid baif
lllul n-.it i
Bate Shoe Go.,
Caveats, sad Trade -Marks obtained, and all Pat
eat bosineas conducted for Mobcratc rite.
us) orrtet ie ososire U. aTtiir Orpec
and we can secure patent ia lees time ta&a these
remote from Wsshinrton, v
fiend modeU drawing or photon, with descrip
tion. We ad rise, if patentable or not. free oi
charge. Our foe not doe till patent ie sscorea.
A Pa fmlCT, M How to Obtain Patents, witk
naaaes of actuai clients la year Stats, county, or
town, sent free. Address,
Orf. pavcmt Orncc. Wash : ton. D. C
k- i Are Safe and Always
sliable t better than Xansy or Pennyroyal Plus
and all simllax medicines. Unexcelled for Irreralart
tiee,to, Buucsau fully used In thousands of caeca Jsa
Bare remedy, guaranteed, never fsila. Price ft. Ai
caequal led safeguard. JLAKES1DB 6PKCIFK
r X, g-Sesa Market SU' Chicago, 1U.
- fott-hs Ufa
that is flrntinir
i against CoaiWTn p-
Put it off. and '
notnlnsr can aava !
" "r""""CU.i. -you. But,iftak-
.1 - : en m orne. lfr.
Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery will car.
tainly cure. ; ; y
It must be done through the blood and
the "Discovery" is the most potent blood
cleanser, stren-restorer, and fiesh-builder
that's known to medical science. The scrof
ulous affection of the lungs that's called
Consumption, and every form of Scrofula
sad blood-taints, all yield to it For Weak
Lungs, Spitting of Blood, Bronchitis, Asth
ma, and all severe, lingering coughs, it's an
unequaled remedy. It's the only one that S
guaranteed. If it doesn't benefit or cure,
' " vy raw, jou .nave your money oacJc.
is cheap f '
Something rfao. thnt r-v. th JL
tor, may be offered asMust as eood. Per-
ff-XV IVi; ass-- VTT
WEEK II lOMRESS.iTO REST, MR. CHILDS.
. - r , r i ! - ; v ' - -. .
Perecaat of 1 tha Coming- Days cad
tha Wbrk Bloro tha Bodioa. .
iTIHIEIf THAT HAS BEE3 UCEGC.
TU Tariff BUI; H?lnff Keifred to Con
KuocB,) the . PrcKK-diuj
.IyTUI I Varied ma
I j lntrutiai
Washiqtoji, February fl. The tariff
bill, having for time retired to the
seclusion of a senate committed room,
the features of the; week in conjrresa
will be the votesjou tho bill to repeal
the federal election laws in the scnate'in; away Was pronounced a public los
on uie jictyrcar.
in the house, n( perhaps the Stewart
rssolutlou, ; declaring- arami i the pro
posed treasary bbnd issue in (the sen
ate. ! J ' ' "
. The election law repeal bill comes up
In the senate tht afternoon, and is to
be iliMTussed j "o Senators" Chandler,
bate, liawley. llaxris. Hoar, Fryo'aiid
. .. Vest. . i ' ; ii'
By agreement, ' the 'disens'n is to
close Tuesday 'a 4' . o'clock, vc hen the
senate will proceed to rote pn the bill
aud pending' i-.nendments. There may
be a stragjrle for pr?cedence Wedne
day, as Senator Teller hasg-iren notice
of his intention; . to casi up 'the cele
brated McGafrahan bill, while Senator
Vest has jfiTen iimilar notice respecting-
the bill t proride for the erection
of a new government printing
oUico. .itneri ox tiiese bills is
ure to cive riser to debate, and many
UfUculties lie 114 wait, for the printing
oiTe bill in particular, mainly because,
the senate and .jjiouse committees hav-in-
jurwdwttonlorer this' subject hare
faiiii into a 'disarreement respecting
v -election of ;a site. Irurther, prom
. for a lively dy in the senate YVed
visy is io be Sound in the fact that
ie .Sbewart bond resolution will again
"t'-j! taken up la the morning hour, with
icm t chance j of finding' a more perma
nent resting; place than the vice presi
dent's table,- if the discussion is not
protracted beyond the limits o the
morning' hour. u
- The interest in the executive sessions
mring thefweek will depend largely
u .on whe their tlte committee on the ja
d cUry, vyhihlmeets today, acts-upon
t e pendinjr 'nomination of Wheeler 11.
ockham, to bq an associate justice of
supreme court. t
Proceedings in the house of rcpre
..'IHtjve tulsKv'eek will have a vari-
- j thatT18 -been lackinjr. for two
liiontiis plit; j
The jSeinorage B1IL
Aft ?f f He yptp on Tuesday afternoon
apou t ie reioiutious relating to Ha
'sii', Mrjltlu, of Aiissouri, will call
the silyefsifinorago b'.li heretofore
; 'oporiea j oy ,iitm iruu iue cjui luawkjo
coinage, M-oightS and measures. Byployes attend tha funeral in a body.
. ie provisions pi the bill tUo secretary
f tne treasury is directed to issue 35,-
u 3.000 certihaatcs, representing'
.Laorae of iv he bullion now in the
t.easury, piircbased under the Sher
uian lawjof jlSfiKl
' Mr. Bland 'ia bangrilne . that the bill
will pass without serious opposition or
dlay. 4 !- ' I
"1 sae no reason," said he. "why the
house should take more than one day
ti consider lt. i The subject has been,
thorougily jdisjjussed, and every one ia
a fumUikr jwith it Laa he can hope to
oe, at least Jin he course of this term of
congress!" ) j
' IJowimany: republicans will- vote
for it?" I j j f j
Morej than' thirty, I should soy,
judging j from! the number who have
t ild me; they iirould support it The
democrats who opposed the passage of
the Wilson j bill for the repeal of the '
Sherman law lact fall will, 1 assume.'
vote with jxne Ifor it, and many demo
crats who voted for the Wilson repeal,
bill, and have been disappointed at the
lack of j results therefrom, have ex
pr -jed a Willingness to help pass the
bill. I believe! that two-thirds if not
three-fourth of the democratic mem
Ibers are for it.; . j
tlowJfast can the bullion-be coined,
Mr. Iilaad.land the seinorage become
an .,,'! ftJ., i
"Oh, thai depends upon the willing
ces of the ofijciala. They eould turn
oat s ven or Si;ht millions a mouth if
ih'i minis wert run double time, but I
dou t expert tcy will do that." j
I -1 Jot vs. O'KellU
When the Bland bill a out of the way
. p ooably not imore than two days at
the outside: wi be given to its oousid-
eration the ceJotestcd electios. ease of
j .X31ia n. l UT, uwi tug ui;iuvu ai
tuict of j Missouri, will come up oa
report of tlie committee on elections to
oust Joy and seat O'Neill. .;
CNeai says- that never since the
nemooratsbni kha oommittee heard the!
evidsnee arid read the law of the state
have they had any doubt of the justice
of his elaim. . j
"The laws f Missouri require that
ballots Whioh are not numbered and
which do not have the initials of the
judges on them shall not be counted.
"I showed ehoug-h of such ballots to
frive me several hundred majority, and
the democratic members of the com
mittee said that was enough. It is a
principle of trie democratic party; you
know; to give if all force and effect to
the provisions of state laws, and they
rested on that ' '-j
"I wanted to go into the equities of
the caae and.oshow up the false regis
tration! repeating1 and other methods
used to defeat ns, but the eoinmittee
said tliktiwas not necessary, whea we
had sueha perfectly clear case on the
law." j I - . v s
- 0'Neil Tvili probably be seated by a
straight party vote of the house.
Should, there be any time left after
these two matters are disposed of. the
house Will1 bef asked to consider the for
tifications1 bill, which has. been on the
calendar since December i9th. Beth
Speaker Crisp and Cuairmin Sayers are
anxious that Jthe record for prompt-
1 in other bdU shall be equalled by ths
laOttao in disposing of them.
rrrm ttntcrrad Nasr tha Remaba
I kfIT;, Ttn Friend. A. J. DrexeL
FIIIOC TRIBUTES ID IDE DEAD..
The Ktnploj-e of TUe VvV le Led ?er - r 1
SaJlI Krsolvtlonii, ni Tlionsnnds
- of rrlnten ETerywhere lionra
tlt Vntlring . It atU. "
Pub ,AELPm a, February 6- In many
the c4rbes of the Tarious denomi
nations yesterday the death 'of George
Wr Child-i was feelingly refeVre-J to by
the officiating: elerymen, and his pasa-
; and berearement. : The arrauirements
for the funeral of -Mr. Cailda have not
been completed yet, but it has boon de
cided that it shall be held at 1 o'clock
Tuesday afternoon from .t James'
Protestant Episcopal church, of which
Mr. Childs "ivas a Testryman for many
years. Who will be asked to be pall
bearers is still undecidod, as it is diffi
cult to m.ko a choice for the sad honor
among Mr. Childs hosts of friends in
this and'other citios. Even the ques
tion of the place of his interment is
still a matter of doubL Mr. Childs had
a lot in Laurel Hill cemsstery, but to
many of his -intimate friends It seems
appropriate that he should bo laid to
rest In the same mausoleum In Wood
land eemetery that contains the dust of
,hiB friend and companion of life, the
late A. J. Drexel. Whichever " is de
cided upon, however, the interment
will be private The employes of every
department of i The Public Ledger met
in the composing room of the paper
yesterday afternoon to take appropriate
action upon Mr. Childs' death. The
meeting was bailed to order by L.
Clarke Davis, managinr editor of the
paper, who moved that Colonol M.
Richards MucUle, cashior of The Led
ger, preside. j
Colonel Mickle took the chair, and
after a few feeiiugr aud touching1 words
in reference to! the object of the meet
ing, called upon Mr. Davis to address
his fellow-employes. .
Mr. Davis spoke eloquently of Mr.
Childs many beautiful traits of char
acter, and his I sympathetic and kindiy
relations with his employes.
Speeches in iue same vein were made
by Wm. W. Mclvean, the agvd retired
editor of The; Ledgvr; Mrs. C. F. Ilcl
loweil, editor of the woman's depart
ment; Dr. ys'veL Wilt, for the local staff;
Henry 11. "Stiles, assistant cashier; John
W. Keating, for the ecm -visitors, and
JoeKCook, bja&iue maaag -r of Jtic
paper. Addison B. liurke, cliiof edito
rial writer, presented resolutions that
were unanimously adopted expressing
the sense of f loss felt by the employes
of The Ledger in Mr. Chills death. It
was also decided that The Ledger em-
THE DEATH OF MR, CHILDS
Will Mot Alter the aaatfonaeut of The
rklladelphiii. Paoitc LeAffcr.
Philadelphia, February 6. Tho
death of (Jcorjje W. Childs will not
alter the policy of the Publte Ledger,
nor will any change be made In tho
management of t'ae ppor. By an
agreemeL't entered Into by Mr. Chiids
and the late Anthony J. Drcxcl, and in
accordance with a provision of the lat
ter's will, the Drexol estate will now
purchase from Mrs. Childs the interest
Mr. Childs held In The Ledger and will
accordingly own tha paper absolutely.
The four surviving children of Anthony
J. Drexel John li. Drexel, Mrs. John
K. Fell, nee Sarah Drexel, Anthony J.
Dreatel and George W. Chil Is Drexel -will
hold equal shares in jthe property.
Ueorg-e Childs Drexel was established
as publisher of The Public Todger in
August last, and he will continue in
'this capacity and have sole control of
the plant. Telegrams of condolence
Were received during the day by Mrs.
Childs from President Clevelani, ex
President Harrlsou, ox-Secretaries
Qrcsham, Carlisle, Herbert, Lemon t
and Morton and Postmaster General
Bissell, Governor Pattison, Senator
Joseph R. liawley, cf Connecticut; es-
j Postmaster General Thomas L. J amcs,
ientor Gorman, of Maryland, and
others. - . j
MORE BLOOD SHED.
The XXspensory Law Cansee Anoiher Ttlot,
WiUt ntoody Reset Is, la Sonth CaroUasv
HPARTASBtra. February 6. A war
rant was plaeed in tho hands of Sheriff
Dean for Halle w, William CenW. Per
ry Moore and two sons, at Welfordrfor
rlolation of the disnsnsarv law.
i About ? o'clook Saturday night Boyee
,' Dean, the shcrifTs deputy, Constables
Faht, Massey, Jackson, West and Pear-
a wen'fc out to make tho arrest. They
reached liallew's atwut miantgat, out
beforo they got to the house the whis
ky was out in. a swamp. They saw
Perry Moore, and Dean ordered him to
jialt and surrender. He tfired on thorn.
The fire was returned by the posse and
Moore was shot through the leg, just
below the knee. About twenty shots
The constables then went toward
liallew's house, and met him out in a
Held. Dean ordered him to hold up his
I'latols and surrender. He did not
nbey, and Constable Maasey shot him
la the breast, killing' him instantly. No
whisky was captured
The coroner held an inqueet Sunday,
but no verdict had been reached when
last heard from. This took place about
S mile and a half cast of WclforU.
Ballew recently' moved from the
mountains. The Moores also came
from the mountains.
More Arrests In the Pension Frand Matter.
--' Chicaoo, February 6 A special to
The Tribune from Chattanooga, Tenn.,
says: Four more arrests have been
made of persons charged with obtain
ing pensions fraudulently, following1
the apprehension of the Rev. C. W.
Lewis, Monday last Three are ne
groes, and one white. Several hundred
warrants will be sworn otit as f ast as
videhee admits, and more than thirtv
papers are now in the hiaiuU of LwiU'd
States oHieerdk .
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PAYS THE PENALTY.
Ausrust "VaiEiant, tho
and Dynamiter, Executed.
-Polloe Protection Qaadrapled !
and Tot tha
Aachlts:6weu Vcnrrsaee, and
T4 li F-nred Bombs' '
Fooad Oa All Sidss.
Paris, February 6. Aua-ist E. Vail
lant, the anarchist, who wascoavicted
and sentenced to death for throwing: a
bomb lfr tho chamber of deputiesi was
executed yesterday morning-. - J p
This settles the question which has
for some days ajjitated Paris, whether
Valllant would die upon the gTiillotlne
or have his sentence commuted to life
imprisonment on the lale of pinea.
The decision that he must die, and his
execut on, Is regarded here as a defeat
of the revolutionary ; party and a
triumph .for the opportunists,! who,
sinoe ths bomb explosion, have been
demanding the enforcement of vigor
ous measures and the strictest applica
tion of the law as a lesson to the
There is no doubt that President
Carnot who has been anxious to act in
strict accordance with theiconstitution,
has been considerably perplexed as to
what course he ehould take in Vall
All the memorials end petitions sent
to him by sympathizers of Vaillant
have been referred by him to the par
don committee at the ministry. The
fate cf Vaillant nominally rested wltH
the president, but in such cases he 1$
grided by his adviser, tlie minister of
jc:-t;te. . ! '
Despite all the efforts of tho revolu
tionary, focialist and anarchist news
papers to compel Carnot to assume the
TV' onsibility, ho positively refused to
do so. ,
, Aitoe the most affecting petitions
received at the Palais de Liily6ee, was
one which it is claimed was written by
Sidonic, the daughter of Vaillant to
Madame Carnot, beseeching the latter
to iiitcrfcre in behalf of the anarchist.
Many persons doubt the ability of
the child to write such a letter, In
which expressions are used that are
hardly childlike. All Paris is excited,
over the execution, and a tremendous
crowd i3 on the streets near where the
execution took place. The police con
tinue to make arrests of anarchists,
and the searches at the houses of sus
pected persons are unremittingly kept
up. But notwithstanding the vigilance
of the police, bombs and infernal ma
chines continue to be found in the
streets and in the houses, where they
are placed by anarchists, who in nearly
every Instance eseape detection, i
The police protections are oh an ex
traordinary scale, but despite the show
of force which the officials make it Is
feared that the execution of Vaillant
will be the occasion of further start
ling attempts on the part cf the an
archists. The CrioW -
The crime for which Vaillant t-day
paid the penalty with his life was com
mitted la the chamber cf deputies on
December 9, last
At about 4 o'clock In the afternoon
of that day, while the chamber was
discussing an election case, Vaillant,,
who was. sitting in one of the galleries4
set ai'art for the use of the spectators,
threw a bomb toward the floor of the
house. - The bomb exploded just as It'
left the miscreant's hand. onl lie was
amoug the number injured. About
fifty persons were hurt ' bv the explo- i
6km. Dopuiy Abbe Lorairo was the
wprst hart of ail those ! truck by the
flying nails with whioh the bomb had
been loaded, and for soihe time it was
thought that he would tile. The Count
de Lanjaniis was also seriously
A majority cf the Injured were oocu
pauts of tho fjallery. The consterna
tion that followed the explosion may
,io better imagiued than described. A
wild rtrsh was made by the visitors to
got out of the cham ber,.: but the gend
armes, who were always on dutv in the
lobbies, caused the doors to be shut
end allowed no one to leave the Jtmild-'
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tng. it was aue 10 tuts oooineaueuucss
that the arrest of Vaill snt' was made,.
As he attempted to leave the build
ing he was detalneA by a gebdarms,
who thought he was displaying too
much anxiety to get away. His awest
followed, lie was taken to the Hotel
Diea, where h's woun.ls were treated.
After a time he made a full conf; ssion
t)f his crime. He said thltt he went to
the chamber with the! intention, of
throwing his infernal machine on the
president's table. Ha.! waited more
than an hour for a favorable; oppor
tun.tv, and then, thinking it had at
last arrived, he arose and hurled the
bomb into the body of the hopse. At
that moment s woman sitting in front
of him. rescntin? his leaning ojctT her,
pushed back a id thrjs prevented him
from throwing te bomb exactly as he
had intended. The machine strut k the
edge of the gallery and ut oik. ex
ploded. I : ;
Sen ttor Qays Health Pr.-cari on.
PlTTi-BUKa, February C Senator
Quay arrived fr'm his home ii JJeayor
last eve Jiag. His health is anm pi e
n -icus. II2 will, however, rtum t i
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Highest of all in Leavening Power.
Tlio Gambler and La Contribntlon
to tho -Church,
A Blsvck SheepNSeiid New and UnosnaJ
Sorronndlns Lost in ContemplnUoa
lie kbtakes Ihs Plate lr a Kev -
el Lottery Bcnenae.
Through a raiscarculatlori of time
a professional pamblcr was caught
ono Sunday in a small country town
and was obliged to remain over un
til Monday. morning.
It was a dull "and gloomy day at
best and was particularly so for the
speculator, used as he was to the ex
citement of city life! He lounged
around all the morning, slept the'
most of the afternoon, -but In the
evening, for want of other amuse
ment, he began to stroll through the
village. ' ,- ..
It was just about church time, and
the gambler, moved by some Im
pulse, followed a number of people"
i into one of the houses of worship. .
The scene was all new and strange
to the visitor, and in the novelty he
found much to interest him. He
had a dim recollection of having been
to church years and years before, but
the remembrance was very faint in
The music pleased him, and had
the preacher been a good talker and
chosen a theme somewhere up with
the times there is no telling what
the result might have been in regard
to this rather black sheep who had
strayed so far from the fold.
As it was, the sermon was rather
dull and the gambler soon let his
fancy roam from his present sur
roundings and began forming plans
cf an entirely worldly character. It
was during this fit of abstraction
that the ushers passed the contribu
Down the aisle where the stranger
sat came one of them, and as he
drew near the gambler noticed that
the people were placing coins of
various denominations upon the
plate. Pishing a silver dollar out of
his pocket, he carefully tossed it in
with the rest and resumed his
In all probability he would never
have thought of it again had he not
noticed the usher walking back up
Realizing his ignorance of the
"game" it naturally occurred to him
to inquire as to the result of his
venture. "Withal low "hist" he at
tracted the .usher's attention, and
as that individual stooped down to
listen the gambler asked:
"Did I lose?" N. Y. Telegram.
A society woman seeking "some
thing new" has found it in a very
funny direction, if she meets the co
operation of the guests invited.
Herself a victim of insomnia, she
comes to her own relief and that of
her fellow sufferers by "at home"
cards three times each week, the un
earthly hours given for this strictly
feminine social function being from
12 p. m. to 4 a. m."
Guests must . appear in negligee
toilets, tea gowns, etc, and even
flannel bath robes will rank as full
dress on these occasions. Not a
bright idea must be advanced, and
if music Is allowed it is only the
doleful or lullaby style that will be
Lights dim, plenty of couches and
easy chairs provided, and. refresh
ments weak hot chocolate and thin
- . The greatest compliment paid to
the hostess will be excess of stupid
ity and falling asleep at the earliest
possible moment Boston Globe.
Duklf of Bavar'a's Medical Practice.
Louis Ferdinand, duke of Ba
varia, recently published an exhaus
tive article in the German Arch
ive.! of ClinicalIedicine on "A Con
tribution to the Etiology and Pathol
ogy of Pleuritis." He bases his de
ductions oa the result of his treat
ment of twenty-three cases. The
ari ioic of the prince has been highly
praised. He b now thirty-four
years old, and is a son of Prince Al
bert, who died iu 1873, and a nephew
of the prince regent of Bavaria. He
follows his profession with the same
assiduity and love as his cousin,
Duke Charles Theodore, the famous
oculist. He never charges poor peo
ple for advice or treatment, but al
lows the rich to pay him as much as
they wish, devoting the proceeds of
his practice to the maintenance and
improvement of a large hospital
which he built several years ago.
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Latest U.S. Gov't Report
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FRANK CASTLEBERRY KILLED.
Shot Down by Ileary Carter. Who C hera;ee
Intlnaaey srlth Hie Wife.'
Stostk Mouktaix, Oaij February .-t
As the 8 o'clock passenger train came'' '
in five pistol shots rang lout on the air.
Almost before the sound of the shot
died away the) screams ,e women and'
children wore heard emanating from a '
negro restaurant kept by Frank Castle-!
berry. Everybody began running to
wards the restaurant and as Marshal.
Steve McCurdy and Bailiff Lanford
Started to enter the house they met
Henry Carter, a one-legged nesrro,L
coming , but with a smoking pistol In
his hand,, who, walking up to Mr. Lan-
ford, said: ! .
Jl am the man who did the shooting,
and here Is the pistol that I did it
with." 1 ;
Lying- in the house was Frank CasUe-
berry dead, with five pistol holes in his
head and body. Jle died instantly, and
without uttering' a word 'i
It seems the killing' occurred all
about Frank's Intimacy with Henry's
wife. Henry hearing about this yes
terday morning, went over to Mr.
Claud Mackin' home and borrowed Mr.
Mackin's pistol from Mrs. Mackin, say
ing the polecats were killing his chick
ens and he wanted to stop it. He went
immediately to Frank's restaurant an i
upon going in asked Frank if. he t;.-.
any fish, and the price, j Upon . beiu,
told that he had fish, Henry orde- l
Frank to weigh him up some. Before
Frank could; turn around to gvt tie
fish Henry, ; without saying aoothtr
word, began firing into Frank, with
the above result Henry was carried
before Judge McCurdy, who sent - u.
to jail to await the action of the graiz ;
jury, which meets next week.
OF CORPORAL TANNER.
Old Veteran So Serin c Untold Aony-
from 11 is Wounded Limb.
Washingtoh, February 6. A gentle-,
man who arrived in this city last night
from Brooklyn met Corporal Tanner at
Jersey City, and as a result of a talk
with him had this to say to a reporter:
"Nobody save his family and hitimtite
friends knows what a sufferer he is,
and he tries to hide his condition even
from them. For, the past six months
he has been experiencing agony from
the irritation of the stumps of his bgi,
where his artificial limbs come in con
tact with them, and he told me he was
on his way to Brooklyn to have an .
operation performed on them, and
would be in the hospital a month cr
more. The operation will consist in
another amputation of a portion F
each limb. I may be carrying coals to
Newcastle, but thought pei.,aps; his
condition was not known here, be
cause of the way Tanner keeps his
mouth shut about such things."
SAVANNAH ON FIRE.
Lore Portion of the City Now In
Savanjj ah, February 6. The large
brick block on Bay street occupied by
the Savannah Grocery com r any, is a
The fire from the Savannah Grocery
company and Wilcox-Gibbs Guano com
pany ( extended to M. Ferst A. Sons,
while the three-story brick block is in
ashes. The loss in stock ia half s. mil
lion, the loss on the building $200,000.
Corbett and IlltcheU Ar:au
New Yoax, February 6. James J.
Corbett and Charley Mitchell, having
settled their difference and beer.nie
ffood friends, have, generously volun
teered to box four rounds atti e Grand
Central Palace Monday j night Febru
ary 13, for charity's sakel-
Fifty Thousand for the rta;bt.
Seattle,. Wash. , February 6. A spe
cial from Everett says the president of
the athletic club of this city has
wired William A. Brady that the Ever
ett club would give $50,000 for the Cor
Warder la Seelnl Clreiea.
Chattaicooga, Tenn., February 6.
A special to Ths Time from Steven
son, Ala., tells of the killing there yes
terday of B. C. Ross, cashier of the
bank of SeotUboro. by the four Skel
ton brothers. The killing1 was the re
sult of the undue intimacy of Rois
with Miss Annie ftkeltoa. , Boss leaves
a wife and five small children. All
patties stand at the topi of the social
and business world. ;
Anxious to Visit America.
Berlin, February 6. -!-The morning1
papers state that at the last court ball
the emperor conversed unreservedly
with a hib official uponjthe subject of
England and the United states. lie
said that he wu extremely anxious to
be better acquainted with the United
States, and said that he was very de
sirous to make a visit to Amsrica and
get bis impressions by personal obser
vation. " ;
Vo Decision lias Yet Ueea Reaened.
Loxnoxj February S. The Roma cor
respondent of the United Press as v
that the ease of Rev. Dr. Richard Burt-'
Will, whose trouble with Archbishop
Corrida a resulted in hU removal from
his parieh ! charge in. New 'York, bus
been fully reported to the vatiean. b
aa yet, 110 decision has been rciCiieu.
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