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K. -1 ( i.akk, Chairman,
p ! i ion, 1. M. Nkwsom
i 1 aiu.hv.
; i ' 1 n , Clerk of Superior Court
' , !, u i in, Keister of I ee s,
! ' .- ' 1 N . ' reasurer,
i ; ., k k iss. Coroner,
R i 1 l.. .Surveyor.
1 o n or Ml KIS.
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I st Ward
I I ii'KNh Y,
I a s. Mayor;
R . Mot iKK, Town Clerk;
. 1 i ans. Collector.
W. V. Snakk.nhekc, Chief.
1 '. r i ! i 1 a i Hakklll, Frank Fklton
I ami s Makshhoi rne
I . '. i 1 1 k i s 1 .M a n , St Commissioner
1 IH'I' UK.
1 imothy's Episcopal church,
, -p Sundays at 1 1 a. m., la
.sur.day School at 3 p. m.
i.iUt Churc h. Kev. J. B. Hurlev
; tt vires t II a. m and 7:3c
Sinday School, 5 p. m., J. F
1, Supt. Prayer meeting Wed
night at 7:30.
, es I 'lunch, Kev. I). M. Melton
; services every Sunday, 11 a m,
iii. Praver meeting Wednesdax
! 1 1 -
.-uu'iay School at 9:30 o'clock,
t n 11. Hackney, Supt.
. vu-rian Church, Kev. James
l'astor; services on the Firsi,
.ni l Fourth Sunday in everv
nd at Louisburg Second Sun-
-Mi-vi.es at 11 a. 111. and 8:30 p.
: 1 s . i iy .-cliool at 5 o'clock, p. m.
v hurch, serice as follows:
1 ng .Sunday morning at 11:00
. ..nd S p. m Kev. W. H. Kedisl
hi aver meeting Wednesday
at o o'clock. Sunday School
;.!., I ). S. Hoykin Supt.
li.Hc 15. iptist Church, preachinu
. Tin, day In KUk-r Jas. Pass; on
mdav by Filler Jas S. Woodard;
jth .Sunday and Saturday befon
..ator. IlKlcr P. I). Gold. Ser-
- in at 1 1 a. m.
mr meetings of Mt. Lebanon
1 . 117 A. F. & A. M. are held
i 11 all. corner of Nash and Golds
. is on the 1st ai.d 3rd Monday
, .1 7:;vo'clock p. m. each month.
C. K. Moore, W. M.
p ,r meetings of Mt. Lebanon
.r No 2- are lmld in the Masonic
. :y 2nd Monday night at 7:3'
k '. in. each month.
W. II. Applewhite. IL P.
a-- iiK-etings of Mt. Lebanon
1 : i i. rv No. 7 are held in the
,i hail every 4th Monday nigh'
. (it lot k each month.
K. S. Barnes. E. C.
'i ai meetings of Wilson Lodge
il o i'h,4 are held in their hall
it National Hank every 1st
. ; :j evening at 3:3oo'cl(ck , p. m
. F. liriggs, Director.
;; - r me. tings of Contentnea
No. S7, K. of P , are held in
h I!., us' Hall "very Thursday
Visiting members always wed-
meetings of Fnterpris.
4j. are held every Frday-
1 Odd Fellows' Hall.
I't 1ST OK KICK IIOI'KS.
1,. us Sa in. ami closes a' sunset
iU - lose for Noith at 1 p. m
West " I P
South ' i.3P m
i:i..i!. for all points close at 9 p ni
AT I I IF ADVANCE OFFICE.
They Wore in the Service of the
Belgians in Congo Free State.
One of'ThiMii Letl u I'a. ty That Was
Aiiii(iitu , by a Kami i)t lvai ls His
Hotly sil. e.l l'p au.l l ibuted
Ainoiij; th Utile l'ifiitls.
WashinsAtiui. Nov. 2). A startling
and humble, story f the kiilin of tvvn
WashiiuUnnians and the niutilati.m of
their bodies by the natives of the Cons'ti
Free Stale, has just been received here
in a letter to Mr. Lio liarnion, of 1723
Ninth street, northwest. The men wem
members of a party who during No
vember and l)i t enilu r, ls'jt, ami Jan
uary, 1S!I5, w ent t'ron this eity to en
list in the Indian amy for servieu
in the Cuns'f) state, 'i imst- enlisting in
cluded Kdward Thorn-on. a eommis
situied ollieer tif the National Fenciblen
employed in the war . ai Linent; Lind
say (1. IJurke. Frank i itehelor, Harry
H. Andrews. Harry .C -riin and a Air.
Mellin or Aie'.Un. wh.. as at one time
a nun-eonitnissit.i; : ;(-er in the I'ni
ted States aimy. . .vi Tiiornton
and Mellin were i- . ;r of the Na
tional Ouartl of the iet.
The inf.u liiMt'oi! i. v ; , t. I by Mr. Har
mon is that 1 in rl-:e a. ; a i-;uty of r0
natives wl... vveie m i .it to dislodgo
a band of d watts. . had revolte.l,
were ambu-tied and ' i.'d. An Ara'
who was wi:h the e nand. but who
was some distance o: at the time of j
uie amousi aue. stat. . i hat he knows
Durke was dead bi : the natives!
reached him and that i e mo.-t hideous j
looking little man ne . e r saw walked
up ami cut Durke's li ! off with one
blow of a knife. The e-;ief then began j
iw oinr !'iei oil HIS eS aipl ai'lllS
ami tiistributed them among his fol
lowers. Theie were so many of the fiends that
"c nr ve:.v saiiii. ami oerore i
luitoi.o lueie was a 1 1'ee
ugnt ui s'-e -.viio c. old have the littl
remaining. In seme manner ,h- dwarfs j
........ o I'otte. one ;
irii'Miuis iiiu.ui'. mi i an kc s arm. in
Arab saw the t ai:se ..f their alarm as
Windeey. a New Yorker, who had com
mand of anoiher detachment of sol
"diers sent out mi the same errand,
arrived a few le urs after the n.itiv-s
latlleled lip t lit- '
remains of Diirk e and buried then.
When Wimb-t-y l.ained the stieng:!. of
the rebtds he liurri.-d back to Ml. ban
and nut ilk d the commandant of the
The othei Washiimtenian who b st his
life was killed wh.-n the troops under
the eomniat d of Dane) Dhanis revolted
near Kabambarre and assassinated a
numhtr of oilieevs of ih -ir r.-ginp-nts.
among them being Mellin. The body
of Mellin was but.ie ied a'most li'Voud
recognition, his h-art having b.-.-n out
oul aim oiTin'-a so ine.t p.k c. u;
eouh! not ngain b-. us. ,i. ae ,i.,! the I
rebels by the whin s, as it is tie ir be- j
linf tiv.t ,.,,1.. -u 11... 1....... 1.. 1 1 ... 1
........... ......... . . . 1 . . - ; 1 1 1 o .1 . 1 1
the ashes s.atle',,1 to the f. tir winds
the spirit of the man descends to his
Thornton is said to 1... in a v:v
precarious situate n at Dasalca. but a
relief expedition has be, ti sent to his
Page, anoth r Are..., j.-an. js vt'i y sic!
with the fever at Nyangiv.
THE KAISER MURDER.
Lizzie Do Kn'li I )!.! ! Unit leie
mer I ti t In- hoot i 11 tr.
Newark, N. I.. Nov. 27. James- A.
Clemmer. of Nm i i-.0 . n. ia.. was ar
rested here yi.s't n!;iy afieri.oon on the
chaige of miuii r. and after l. ingtai .11
to police headiuartt ; s he adniittetl his
On Oct. 20. !::;. Mrs. Kmina D. Kaiser
went driving in company with her hus
band. Chat. is i). Kai.cr. James A.
Clemmer and K ir 1 be n D. DeKalii.
The start was n.ade item the Kaiser
homestead t ai'y in th - nnu ning. and
that wp.s tl"- lest sei a alive of Mrs.
Kaiser in Norn.- own. Mrs. Dais.- had
not lived with h' i lu : nd for some
time previous! v. but had plae.-d
a $10(MM) iiuraiite p. i y on her life,
ami this are uno d ia
for the inteiesi her
The same day Kai.
Mrs. Kaiser's e a.!
story of he v ing bet e
way me 11, Mts. l .ae. 1
and Kaiser bine- i!
woumled in the arm.
not believed and Kr i
Clemmer and t he 1 ). '.
ing their escape. D
ually U ieil. convicted
death. The Ie-hail. v
capturt tl n -eenlly. is 11
The tiist tie Ne
kneft' of the pi . 1,. .
to the police
Land took in
v. i.e told a
laid by high
Mig sh"t dead,
. ing slightly
,r- story was
: si in etl to
pp.11, who was
f Clemmer in
this city was v.i.a t'n v iv-"ivel in
structions fp'ii! .lai.m:. ,. Stras'.nirger,
distiict attorney of C- umbia county,
Pa., to arrest him. A p : sonal had been
inserted in a Ne w Y ; k paper pur
porting to be fiom th- DeKaib wo
man. C! 'i'liii i' was a v ictim of the
decoy ami responded wiili a letter,
which fell into the hands of the district
attorney. Clemmer wp.s tln-n eas.iy
located. When he wp.s an. s d he took
matters calmly ami tb-nied his identity,
but sub1' .i:enily admitted that he was
the man wanted.
Miss DoKalh has male a confession
in which tdm charg e CWmw .-r wi ll be
ing the actual munl eer of Mrs. Kaiser,
and that Kaiser held th- victim while
Clemmer shot her.
Murde rer IVrbap- l ala'ly r.e.iten.
Lewes, Del.. Nov. 27. During .a tight
Thursday night at a colored festival
Cephas Miller, a Virginia negro, shot
and killed John I-:. DocKweod. a col
ored resilient of Lewes. The men are
said It. have quarreled over a mulato
woman. Another man was slight. y
wounded in the hand. Miller was im
mediately attack. .1 bv a crowd of
Lockwood's fri. nds. w ho beat him unlil
he was unconscious, ami timing the
night made several attempts to lynch
him. Miller is si ill a.ive. but is not
e.v.'-eted to live.
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Essknck of Gingkr will relieve
ordinary case of Colic, Cramps or Nan
sea. An unexcelled remedy for D ar
rhoea, Cholera Morbus, Summer com
plaints and all internal pains. Sold by
Ii. W. Hargrave.
CSNEBAL SOUTHERN NEWS. !
Maxlon. N. C, Nov. 2.-The post- j
(j.'Tie.- here was entered Monday night,
the Fafe blown open ami -$UW in lnoin-y
and sp (i v.-o; th of stamps and the con
tents of fr.ur registered letters tak.-n.
lUehmond, Va., Nov. 23.-Tiie city
school board list night oniired the
schools clost d from Inc. 12 to Jan. :;,
for lack of fund?, the school fund hav
ing been reduced in accordance whit a
general plan of retrenchment resin: iy
Waycross, Ca., Nov. 20. Jerry John
son, a negro, was lynched lust even
ing by a mob near Screven. He v.;o
in charge of efTicers and was being ;
taken to jail at Jessup. The n- r,nr
bo.ly was perforated with bullets. 11-5
was chargetl with stea'mg a mule. ,
Memphis. Nov. 2.'!. J. A. Tlmmns, '
alias Thui-man, alias I.utz, well known
all over the ct.untry as a i-lever for;: r
and jail breaker, has been reeapiui -d. ;
ami is for the third time behind to- ';
bars of the Memphis jail. Thomas was ;
captured yesterday at Guthiie, Ky by
City Marshal (Jarrett.
Savannah. Nov. 23. An unknown
negro was killed by lynchers near
i'.lacksheart yesterday afUTnoon, his
body being liierally riddietl by bulle.s.
Tlie mgrti outiaged Miss Uebie Davis,
the 17-ear-oid ciaugh'.er of I".,i Davis,
a farmer living seven miles noith of
I'.'.aeksheart. while she was alone in
Waco. Tex.. Nov. 21. At the hearing
in the ease of Colonel ;. i:. th eael.
who was wounded ami who ;, and
killed the Harris brothers in a c.ntn.-
versy arising out .f the Drann-Tay.or
tiduni?, it was shown that t'olon, 1 Ge:-
a'd was jusiilied, and he was --oii-rat-
ed by tne eourt. Colonel (lerald i.-s ress.-
ing t asily at his home and
MandevilK Da.. Nov. 22. News has !
j just been received hen
f a .les'teraie '
feht at nayi.u !((.lnle , ,,.,;,, Ai
llnif and liilwattl .b iie on on.
Dauraiice and K.I ward D.u.in on ti.
oth.er. which resulted in the kilH;:- ,,f
all the 0 0 ii. s ,-,m.-.. n. .1 i, ...........
, ,(1 , t , ...... , , i. ....... , , r,M,
.....'vt. ,,f i tin ,liip.,-itv- ! ..n,ei
sin old fami'v fi nd
i;alv,st(.n Tox.; X.,v. 20.--,
,e,. sh(1, an1 jjied his sweetheart. A
he: ta Drack'.ey. and then lire! . ne -p,, i
at himself. whit h mi::-ed. De ile a
. threw the iet lver avva and i m ; is
j throat v itti a razor. .f:.a- t!,: he
I walked 1'iom the scene of the sr.'g. dy
to ih ! .M. e stali n. alnn s, a t d.
,,,, ,.,., ,'iM,., a. ("aitMi- u. ...... Is
not regarded as tla.ngertai.
Atlanta. .. v. 27. -fbii iai J. A. ibn
ze.'.es l.ani:a, the fauious Piiien
ciiednal hrvyer. who lies b. . -i -,.p-fincd
in a p.-nal cob ny in N'evi'a .vfn
for over a year, has been released. !Te
H now on his way to Athiiii.-t. and will
join his family some time ic-ct wee'.:,
th iieral Kar.uxa was convicted of i!--a-H'li
against tip' Spanish govet inie-r.i in
Havana and sent to prit-.m in Africa.
Hot Spring.-. Ark.. Nov. 2:. i .-piay
United States Marshal I-:. J. Car;.eiite.',
WUM :l "'ss'' '" - ,iu-n- ,!;ls i"-d m
thl" H!-V V-',lh l7' 1111,11 'ti!'''
were 1 ii.iuied in Scott ouiiily. Tie-
oflicers destroyed four stills and about
I 4.ppi gallons of whisky and I.e. r. r;,,.
j otiies got the tliop on tic i.P !i aii i
I laptured them witle ui 1 rouble. TP-
j stills vvere all locat.-tl within a f-w
i miles of each oiner.
Charleston. W. Va.. Nov. 21. J. W.
Cosh'Tit, formt rly cierk uf the tent ot
Kanawha county, was aries id s p. r
ilay ami held under .2.r.mt b. nd. De is
chargttl with abstracting fiom 1 he
clerk's nfl'ce vent hers en whi- i: ex
Sheriff Silman bail bt en paid $2 ,;ee for
the alleged purpose of d -stloyiug lie a
and makin.'i it appear Iha; th- amount
had been improperly paid Silma.u. .Mr.
Cos In rn claims the papers v ere taken
with the ct nsi iit of a d-puiy c e: k. and
for the purpose i f examining only. '1 he
papeis were recovered.
Van Duren, Ark.. Nov. 2!. City Mar
shal Wei.s. of Mulbetiy. Ark., m ole
v. hat is thought to bean important cap
ture y.steiday in the person of .1. C.
Di.nham. alias James llufonl. want- d
in Santa Clara county. 'al.. for the
minder of Colonel ami Mrs. D. D. Mc
(lliney. Mrs. Hattie Dunham, eiiss Mii'-.
nie S. hess'.er. .1. K. Wells and D. A.
Driscoe.1.11 May 20. 1V0. The ei ;ine was
nuiinii; tc'l for the purpese of ro:ee; y.
Dwing to the prominence of the fa mi
les a reward of Jll.ttdii was oiTen .! far
Die arrest and convic tion of Dunnam
ami his pals.
Atlanta, Nov. 24. C.ovei nor Jones, of
Arkansas, wins The Journal thai he
wiil give a reward of J.'.t'O for the arrest ! '
pin! eonvh tit n of the murderer of j.
M. Clayton, who was assas.-imited i-
P ummel vdle, Ark., in November. Dvs.
Luther Aike.i, a convict guard, of Pitts.
Da., te'ds 1 he Joirnai that he knows
the muriio.-r and has sulli.-ieui evi
dence to conviit him, but Unit a re
ward f S-'iOO would lie no indip fluent
1 .r hi 111 to disclose the guilty party.
1" Aiken's . lew is reliable th- mm ib rer
If Clayton is .oob.ibiy a convict who is
now serving a term in the (Dorgia pen
itentiary. MA THOUSAND TYPHOON VICT) MS
1'c-arfiil buss of Ife ami Propoi ty m
Iho IMiilippitie b'uml'.. i
San Francisco. Nov. 2D. The typin";i
whicli swept over the Philippine id
;imls on Oct. H was the cause of one of
the most disastrous storms that has :
heen'rejiortt-tl from the SoiPhein oe.an 1
in many years. The s. earner ;-t i
brought letters and papers whitii eon-;
lain accounts of the ravages of the ti
dal wave and the winds. S vera! tow p.-?
were swept or blown away. Fully ' e ;
Kuropoan.s were drowned, and it is est i - j
mated that ;.(hhi natives p. iDhed.
The hurricane struck the island at
the Day of Santa Paula, in th- prov
ince of Samar. t devastated the en- .
tire southern portion of the island and i
cut off comunicati n with the n et of
the world for t wo days.
mi tiie li'ih the hurricane n.-a. li-d
Lcyto ami s'rut k the cajetal of T.mio
ban wi.h great fury. In less than leilf
an hour the town was a mass of ruins.
Four hundred natives were burn d be
neath l.e debris of wrecked bipidiier--,
and 12'. eor.s-s of Kuropeans wee i-.'-(ovcicd
fr.-m the ruins vvii. 11 th- na
tive authoiities instiiuted a st-arcli for
Peports from the southern coast wen
received, which claimed that a se-r-of
small trailing vessels and two Syd
ney traders were blown ashore and Die
The sea at Samoa swept inland near
ly a mile, destroying property v.-im d
at several million dollars, and causing
a great number of deaths -
V HVp Vl VV ;fT
ILljUlU illUjl llllUiu
Ilcn Lciviii Davr- on City to Escape
All AT7FITL CALAMITY IMPENDING
i;,ie or Thn-o W::o ifas IJiduriied to
i v ; I '.., 1 ion Dccliii'fs There Is Not,
iotd IInoii.ua l save T!ios Loft Hp
1 i ml I-'ion ! s!d at r-"JOO j sa-k.
;. - rle -ih v-.v ') Twenty-five
, an iVed 'here yi rt' rdav .n the City
, ; .,.,.!,. tii,. ,.t i juws. n City,
-j iu'y w.'u uiVidi d o-to two parties.' the
I ' t one of wliich left Dawsen -l. 10.
M hey c.o.-e i,tu over the law:-on trail,
; d an repc.rt d t hue between them
3 O'JU in drafts and ?.20),000 in gold
All t. II stoiKs of a food shortage in
Faw.-cn that is r.ii... st a fainiiv. The
I:;st : erst 1: u i- av naws' n was jaciv
D.dtt 11. V.'li- n i n left the steam
ers. Alice at i Delia h-xi reached there,
landed li .lu. It i.- .-aid that the D.eila's
-a: e i.i 'et't f whisky and billiard
'usht no provision
(:naiiie.n g' l e.iie nt mounted police
ehnrteied tie,' Delhi, and gave all who
v islictl a in. e passage to the Yukon.
The Dell:: is report-, d to have k f t about
Oct. 12 with :.ei; m a.
AcccKliag to the statements made
1 y . mi. . s ..f tie' Da toti party there
ie liabie to 1 c tn ie !e of the urnst Peii
oi's i-ipl th;;. wiider in Dawson. Diily
k it 'el t.re t !' the men in iho party
:;d 1 1 ir.!.) w D.o; hi- met at Dyea
the p.-opif talk aootu ai iavv-
sen is lie- ji.ed f.-rnine. Men were
ga'hering its g:iar-s end cursing with
r !- hi nr l itain tie- n -w eornis that
we.e -t as:;; ally aimirg in the KI011-
dike f--d . it 11 earceiy any pro-
vi.- ii ps. 'i ! p. nii-e-l poiice were tiller
ing il : p, ; e; . a to lie- grub placers
t'mth r den tnc ukoii, lo i! oi 1
Vu'o-n but o tie eeuadess hundreds
u 1'." bad l.:b--r. .1 v.:n-l e.il tnn v.gn ine
lie ;e . -si
ir.e.nh!.! :n.;. ;i gi ui stake,
w:';S uninviting, to say the
Tin' re. n f'ar.-d tl::it it wou'd take all
tie ir eainit es in y d to pay their
bV i.e . ; ".1 J'.at Vuk' ii .luring
ie. .ie;, , ; i UkU in the spring they
v. , v. . . : n i.ve cnini:;!i left tti
j.iy !.:.:. Keit.i b.! k to Dae. Soil.
t : il .t !
f .i! In
si.!' t d pee.
t!P' 1 Pel "f
Pep.. ' i an
mg 1 1 pui-eiip.sing cn.ni::n
: i;ee i! ih y e,,uld get
P.. To livse poor fellows
. re i:,!'i". police w as no
; ; ,- , ii .-.-.'ft at Dawson of
. . i i .: ;;. 1 ai h:. 1 f rations
' .- '; e -a : s ct.uld reach
tie ile in tne spring.
.1, ha W. ilii.ii'.'i'. th" foiled States
niaii . an i. r. w ho ieik i av. son Sept. 27,
1 ply one salvation for the
pie now at Dawson City,
e a' !'.. .n to uipl -i take the
1 i p i ' a-. 1 a w si u to F. rt
s'ap.ce of lea mhos. There
: i 'ei t Vnkoii. there is non-
,s . ).
11 Pel ii'Pt P
p.w i ol win
Vol ia--. a .
IP no ! , 1 .-
at 1 -i we. a. and hist
us su;e as the
:'.".'. a ins wil' h
lee ; ; . 1 ! tlie P.pp-i-:i miiiei- ua.ess
It- bp tip i fi.j-e siring. When I
! : t i 'a . .- 'P t!:e men who were the.-e
had on en ;r. : ;.g, ft ur monilis' food
si 1 1 . .- : .e del not have a month's
si ', -'. a: .: . Pe 1; ..1 f- ur or five. The
1" iem P . i cb .-ol th- night 1 left. It
had ! . P :-e bag Hot hitig but beefsteak,
for w hi. h t Ip- i on.;, y p., id J2.
('n P;.;. Ii I. 11 Ne s.m. of Seattle,
and ioy '.'," 1. ft "i; c'.e City and start etl
to : li up th- iP. er to Dawson City, a
ili.-i.Me f .'' mi'- s. At the same time
ve .-t 'lPd Pole Circle City the miners
bed ab.'U. ;-1 their tti p.a 1 t u re. It
to. 1, ps 11 days : Ml tl'.rc" h. IP's to make
the jo,;v:p v. 'iiiiv'ppg at Dawson Sept.
L-i. t ' . p, li.ii'Tnii, wiih two Indians
who b.d 'i.i i'.;t Yukon, beat us into
D .v s. n by 'b.eot an le ur and a hal'.
1 a n e..t ;. red Hp- Dawson city min
t 1 - Pee and made a short speech
ia w'Pe'e. "pe adv ised ai! w ho did not
l ive pi. v i-i-nv to last tip' winter to
go to 1 ivi!' ion.
""''bp! I re- iP. was th- rrrea'est one In
the hislo. y i f Da'., son City. The miner:-,
as st 1 n as tley heard the news,
lpede Jin - iy plop cations to g-t out.
and i.ip'p; ill saw tne gold se-i - sell
out for tp.epy thou-p.nds if tlollars,
ieeviip.; by tiuP'P.pds for down the
lie... . r the tiver points. The little
Steal; 1 r P.i'.P-'PK Was besieged bv
wo. lid-be j.-o-si n-ers. who offered as
Id p. is ps ;:' t ',-.: t they niiaht be aboard
v. lii'e : !p. o a.'.e ii r journey of 175
n.i'es to !" p The Kiukuk left Daw-
e . the 1 -.-..:
t'!l ti e :.f e:i" (n of Sept. 27 with
12 or I." P oe-ep;; es.
We b'fi Dew- 1: the te xt day. When
we left the 1 ;Py tirp.g yell could pos
sibly buv we.- spe-i!', baking ovder,
spp e.-. and si p. e dDed f'uit. l' Hour,
'en i ii o" !--:bing of ti.at kind couM
be i lp t h'p-i a from any of the stores."
D. A. !' p-eeou said:
"The sit i : i. n at Daws 11 was relieved
by i ( t -' das to Fort Yukon. I doubt
if lb.-., viii be actual s;arvaiioti there,
but ; ! n id be a :de mage. The old
tin-, is :. :': r- vi- ops (.'in mgh to carry
lip PI t b
1 I- ston s .tie practi
All tin y would sell
,s 1 t spp."- to the men.
re b- uirht at all. One
v e. e .p.lick V piekt .1 up
if 1 V. '
es ate s'ill Jb". a
' to i;o d iwn to
1 is p. day tb.ere
V. :, ' - !!!,,,., - IT ft .
p.; '.:.. Nov. 2'L- '. iv-ehi'-ial an-
1 . .v . !
n' io t!
!' l. 'Per s m
Library . I ! e- donee
ip.p.e- ai a
Pl ci ieas.
e: 1. will be
!; !' com-
" - t
pet ' P.
b. e ...
p. i ipe 's , p. btii ban
Pli ei the d-por will
: ' Ple'i IPP-e t f .-peci-
1 '.. . n an p p.- placed
e ,' . i : 'e . li 11.
. At an early
1 ' ''
e. P.p. rnieg the large
,1 . id it' ' : 1'ammon.1..
; p p.-. .'. . 1 d i ek 1 ppty. was
- e 1 V !"P e, a ild i he PU-
. . . : e p; hi. lost b;s lite
. !-.; , Pi id was as!."', p in the
e .; ie dy to find all
e , f e: . a. ' 1 lit . !'f. Tile tire is
.... t ' be. v.- 01 i n 1' ed a op n
:aebii. i " in the u; , ei part of the
A WEEK'S NEWS CONDENSED.
Tut-day, Nov. 'j:.
Russia projects a railway to connect
the Caspian sea with the Persian gulf.
The La:ley family have arrived in
Xew York from the state of Washing
tun in a prairie schooner.
It is likely that the discriminating
section of the tariff law will he taken
into court for interpretation.
Ten Mexico City police officials vvere
sentenced to death for the lynching of
Arroyo, who a.-saulted President Diaz.
Si.cteen horses that were hitched
around a church at Osmond. Neb., were
stolen while preachers were denouncing
Wednesday. Nov. 1 .
China has appealed to Pussia to oust
Cermany from her territory.
Judge Gary, who tried the llaymar
ket rioters, may preside at the second
Dial of Luetgert.
Private letters just received in this
country announce the unearthing of a
Gieek city in Asia Minor.
A IP. 'Lab force captured and burned
an African town, after a severe light.
Tin- troops had been sent to subdue the
slave raiding Prince of Idau.
The coal bunker!", in the United States
battleship Oregon caught fire from
spontaneous combustion at San Fran
cisco, and prompt action alone saved
Thursday,' Nov. '-i.
The Pacific Cable company decided to
run a cable to Hawaii and from there
to Japan and Australia.
Cue man was severely, hurt and sev
eral o.Jicrs injured by the explosion of
a steam car healer on a Kentucky rail
road. About aOO miners have again gone out
in Indiana because the operators re
fused to grant their demands as to
The Spanish government warned
General Weyler to be careful to his ut
terances ami his intimacy with Carlists
ami kej ublii ans.
A large buck deer dashed through
the town of White Haven. Luzerne
county. Pa., and was killed after an ex
I'r:ti:i.v, Nov. (J.
J. A. Coons, well known horseman,
was stricken with paralysis at Lex
ington, Ky. Will probably die.
In the 2-") mi e bicycle race at Madison
Square Garden. Xew York, between
Michael am! arbuck, Michael won by
over three miles.
Samuel Parse e was arrested-at St.
ScholastiqiP", Quebec, charged with
killing Inuioie Foirje;-. Foirier's wid
ow is held as an accomplice.
It is said that Professor Theodore
Mommsen. the eminent German iurist
and historian, wiil he given the title
of excellency on his Miih birthday,
which will fall 011 the last day of this
Saturday. Nov. '7.
Hamilton nidlio'd has been appointed
postmaster at KIIpoU City, Md.
1 1 1 nut 1 r-agas.ia mis requested Senor
de Lome to remain as Spanish minister
A blizurd is raging in the northwest,
9.rei he temperature has fallen in many
places be'oW Zero.
Luioj can capitalists are about to be
gin the manufacture of linen mesh un
derwear in Oregon from llax grown in
Tlie court martial which tried Captain
Lovering. of Fort Sin ridan, is said to
have found him guilty of brutality to
Private Hammond, but recommends
J.ums M' ( ' inn II. a notorious ouMaw,
was shot and killed by two gunners he
had attacked near Mattawa, (hit.
Orders for S.r.oil bicycles caused the
Keystone Manufat t ui ing company, at
Lebanon. Pa., to increase its forces.
Vv'iiliam, Arthur and Charles Crimel,
brothers, are in custody in Pitfsbuig
for robberies at Wilnienling' and Cali
John C. Hutchinson, a Pittsburg let
ter c.u tier, was caught rilling a letter
last night, and confessed other rob
beries. Oile r arrests are expected.
In .in explosion of dynamite near
Sharon. Pa., William Mazey, aged 55,
was kilb-d and William S. Williams se
Whv allow o.i rt i t to be lc.v1y b r
turt ti at the stake-td" dw-nse ? Chi' s
ami i-'evei" will unilernrne, ami eve''tu
al!v iii'eak thiwn.tiie strongest onsti
utipti "!'i:r.UI-C"rRA" (Sweet ( hill
Ttinic of Iron) is more elfeetivo than
(Jianiue ami being-combined with Iron
is .".11 excellent Tonic and Nervine Med
icine. It is pie esant to take, is sold
mrkr positive guarantee to cure or
niom-y refunded. Accept 110
til es. I he
'pist as oa;oil
Sold bv' H, VV
kmd con t
I larsrrav e.
GENERAL MARMADUKE'S CLAIM.
North Defentcil South "Without a
single I)M-Ilve. Victory.'"
St. Louis. Nov. 27. General Vincent
rarmadtike. of Sweet Springs, Mo., who
was recently app inted by the ex-Con-frderaie
vtleirns of Missouri as ehair
nu.n of a committee to write an au
thentic history of the part Missouri
and Missoui'ians took in the civil war,
v esU'iday issued a remarkable address.
It was addressed to the ex-Confederate
veterans of Missouri, and said in
"The honor and glory of this great
stiugele wp.s with tlie south, and
l oir hern soldiers ought. in justice to
themselves and the d-ad comrades,
pr serve the memory of it. While the.
r.oith and northern soldiers are in
veighing against all manifestation of
t-ectienal f ; ling, they are erecting
I loijUPipo't p heir successful leaders
rnd te:lr p !he story very much to their
i redit p.p. . our ih'ti imtnt. Tlie north
had m. ie il -n four soldiers to one in
the south, its armies were reinforced
and assisted by ;: ships of war, man
red by ::r,.M(0 sailors. It had unlimited
cr.-dii. factories to manufacture every
thing needed. railroads running in
every direction and 1 intercourse with
the who!;- world. Lat notwithstanding
all its advantages il took the north four
years to crush the 'south, and then it
did it by a grinding process, and with
out having gained a decisive victory.
As an iii'p'p' v in- l:.. p.-, Aver'
Cperty IViUmI t; k -s tin- !.-. id of a!!
tli.-r medit ines l r tile relief and
cure of (p'oppp vvii'Ojdne; c'lipii, sre
tiirtnit, ami the dangerous pulmonary
troubles to which the yo ing are so iia
able, it is invaluable, ocing.lprompt to
act, sure to cure.
Austrian Einp?ror Compelled to Ac
cept His Cabinet Js Resignation.
RIOTOUS DEMONSTRATIONS CEASE
The Announcement That P.adeni Had
Itocti Siit'i't't'ilt'tl by Karon Gsiutseh
Sfi'vt's to Qn iot I ho l'u r!i 11 ten t M
Afli'i' St-rlons l-'Iuht i 11 g W It Ii So hi icrs
Vienna, Nov. U'J. The members of
the Austrian ministry yesterday ten
dered their resignations to Kmperor
Pram is Joseidi, who at cepted them
and entrusted P.aron (lautstlf. who
In Ids the poitfolio of public instruction
m the retiring ministry, with the task
:.f forming a new cabinet. Yosterdav
morning Ilmperor Fiamis Joseph ad
dressed an autograph letter to Count
P.adeni decreeing the adjournment of
the reichsralh until further orders.
Pefose the assembling of the reichs
rath dense masses of p-'ople. for the
most part workmen, throngetl the
Pingh strasse from the university to
the outer uate of the Ho. burg. A
( harge by the mounted police with
drawn swords fai ing to disburse them,
a body of hussars cleared the stieeis
at the sabres' point, many persons be
ing wtiundtd. The ambulance society
immediately sent two vans to attend
At least IO.00O people gathered about
the same time in front of the town hall
and the provincial criminal court to
demonstrate in favor of iletr Wolff,
who was to be arraigned tin-re 011 a
charge of public violence committed on
Saturday when being removed from the
unterhaus by the police, acting under
the orders of President Yon Ahiahatn
ovics. The police, with drawn sv...:ds,
dispersed them, one man's skull biing
fractured and two others being se
verely injured. A third ambulance was
sent to that point. Simultaneously
meetings of workmen were heal in vari
ous quarters of the eity. but the po
lice dissolved these, making VI ar
rest's. The streets became move quiet during
the afternoon, but at sunset thousands
reassembled in the Fran gen -ring and
the Uathhaus park, where tley in
dulged in stormy protests against the
government, the passengers in tin
street cars and omnilnp.-t s who went bv
j joining in cries of "Down with Ladeni."
j Suddenly a change came over tlie
scene. The report spread like wild-
! lire that Count Padeni had resigned.
I The demonstrations ceased almost in
stantly when the news was confirmed
I by the police authorities and tie ir sub-
i ordinates, who announced to tlie people
ai various points mat tm' were in
structed to infoini tin in of the cabi
Dr. Luegvr, the burg -muster of Vi
enna, driving through the crowds, an
nounced tlie resignation from his car
riage, lepeating it a little la.t r from
the windows of the town hall, with tie
addition that Heir C.aut.ch had bet-n
appointed to form a cairn, 1. lie ap
pealed to the people to re urn to th-ir
homes. The announcement was greeted
with thundeis of applause, and an extra
edition of the Wiener Zi ilimg. w ith an
oilicial statement of the re-ignation,
still further reassured the populace.
Tpwards of :).ti(.ii people tried to or
ganize a demonstration in lie early
evening in front of the foreign office
building, but this was prevented by
closing the approat h.-s to tie- palace.
After 8 o'clock the city was quiet. Tim
judge of the provincial criminal court
discharged Heir Wolff from custody.
There were demonstrations at Cratz. !
Prague ami Asch, in P.oheinia. but i
they were not of a serious character. j
It is asserted that the emperor sit :
first' declined to accept the resignation i
of the cabinet, but Count Paib-ni re- j
plied: "Your majesty, I cannot take ''
the responsibility. Bloodshed will re- ,
suit if I remain in ollit e." Thereupon
the emperor reluctantly accepted the j
An order has been Issued to the rector !
of the University of Vienna declaring j
the university closed for two day.-, and
warning the students that in tin event i
of further excesses the university will !
remain closed indefinitely. They are
specially cautioned to abstain from
conflicts with the police, who. on lln-ir I
part, the order announces, will abstain ;
from again trespassang upon the uni- j
Baron Cautseh de Frankenthurn,
up'on whom has been thrown th" difii
cult task of constructing a cabinet ca
pable of conducting public business in
the presence of the various conflicting
forces at work in the underhnus, is of
Herman nationality. He is a unxb rate
and conciliatory polite ian, popular
with all parties in Austria, as well as
among the Hungarians. His appoint
ment is sure to make a good impression.
. TRAIN ROBBERS CAPTURED.
I hey Wlli lit- Tried in New Mexico, t
anil May lie 1 1 :i n ; 1. j
Albuquerque, N. M., Nov. 'i'.K I Pis- j
trict Attorney Finnit a I, of this city, f
has received a t . -; ;. m ; f t om Dal M. !
lrah?.ni. the constable at Ll.-lne. A. T., j
saying that he had appi t ip nP-d time j
train robbers who held up the Santa I
Fe Pacific pass. ipg r tiain at ;iai.ly!
three weil-s ago. The V-iison-is sue j
Jesse Williams. Tom .And- rson and !
an unknown. The crime was commit- J
ted in 'Valencia -county, in tin's jn.Ji. ial I
district, and Distil, t A'.toim y 1-inni-i
cal is now pi-ensuing ile p-.jpers to have I
the robbers exnp.ii'.d fiom Arizona to !
this territory. While the ;:u-i amount !
of the bot;ty setuied by these n b'.-is j
is not kno.vn, it has be.-n -s: ipp;t. d at
between $'-,,(M..n and JP'-H,-ii. Train r-.l.- :
bery is a capital' ..iTens.- jn ilds ten'- i
lory, so that i; the m. n new ane-aod
are proven guilty tip y wiil have to
answer with tm-ir lives.
White-capper Ctiuvii'tc:! V Murder.
Knoxvi.l". h mi,, .eoe. - -Th" jury
at Seviervllle. in tin- c;e-e ;ip' ii,:.-t J'leas
Wynne and Catlett "i" i -t n . hsirg.-tj
with the muitir-r of vi li;tm Wha'ey
and wife in that county last p.e,-.-.. b r.
brought in a verdu". convicting Wynne
and actuitling TypP n. Tie- cii.-ae wp.s
an outgrowth of the whitecstp oi--iniza-Uun.
There sue ii'so c.ts. s sigain -l ip.b
ert Catlett and kobert Wso'.e. ..ho are
eha'g.-t1 with h'avinu- insti" it -d the
crime and j-.sii.l W ynne and Typlon fur
I s commission.
THE WHOLE system feels the
effect of Hood's .Sar.-apai ilia .-tom-
ach, liver, kidneys, heart, nerves are
strengthened and SUSTAINED.
ninirVi pah i n a
mm ru im uu
, -?-s! t-
A'ii-. 'Ji&lJLlidi Jul iU LkA 3
If ILp pcorrle
;e:p;ri!ly knew the true
.tism, t'pcrc -.vo.iltl 1.2
1: pit'ent ; r.nd lo'.icrrs
i di.bllrpr disease.
! no svli ttiiif' :
' for this j- tir '
The fact i , T. '.- -p -iatism is a disordered
st.Ue of the tic! it can be reached,
tbcicfp. e, only Lirough the blood. But
all bloca renedios cannot cure Rheuma
tirm, Ict it is an obstinate disease, e-.t-i
v.l:ic!i re(-.iires a reel O'orJ remedy
fo.ip ihiip-; more titan a mere tonic.
Swift's Specific is the only real blool
rer.:edy and promptly o; s to the very
bottoui of 4. veil the mat oLr.ltate case.
L:ii.e a;l other bloo-.l tlp.5oa?er., tbe
decter:". are totally unable to cure Rheu
KP.1 -in. Ia fact, the only remedies
cih t'icv prescribe are potas'i atnl
mcr.-'t-iry, p.: 1 tlsouh tempor.ary rclitf
ta-ty ie 1: I, ilevse remedies prc..v.ce a
jpi.J.'zcs ci f-.vlets and only intensify the
dp tPi-c. I'ho.-e v ho have 1" 1 experie nce
v,v.h Lhe-p.m:.iisni know tht it becomes
UiCire se; re each year.
've-'6' i"'."; "r.'j"-:.- ssp '" e
-'y'' vV.-.: e-A-'-;" P.' P. P
-ay-V'p: - . V
..ill II JlllV Wi..ir JffVlK k . A
The case of Mis. James Keil, of fin
Ninth Street, o. -C, V.'a- !:i:ietoi), 1). C,
should convince eve:ycne that it is
ustaesS3 to expect doctois to cue Rlicu
lii at i Uinler recent date she writes :
"A ievr jiiciliis ago I had an attack of
Sciatic Rheumatism in its worst form.
The p.y-Tt wjni so inttiwe that my i er
vcus sv-'!cni wps prostrated, and I was
for a 'Hcs iimo perfectly helpless. The
aU.'-r'a v.-.i:". ;-.n vnusually sevcte one,
a!;d my cor.dition was reoar.ied as
heir:;" very dauerous.
"I -.r.is attentietl by one of t!;e tuo;t
ab-e iloctcrs of Wa;hinj?to:i City, v. ie is
plso a member ol the acuity of the
lerdim college here. lie to! .i me to
cont r.ue his prescription ami I would
get well. A.'ier Le.ving it rcil1.:.:'. twelve
timer. v reeiivinr not the h. :a t bene
fit, I dec: -"tied to take it lei per.
IIaw.-.:.i:: heaid S.S.S. . (Swifi's Spe
cine) .p-or.'.:iemci for Iihti.r.ialijm,
I dicided, id.'no'-.t in despair, to ;;ive
it a t ial. Aster t.ilrii1.; a few hot
ties I was aide.- to hobble around on
err. ic hie
very soon had no nt ed
at a i ior th m, lor S.ri.S. cured me
sound and well. All the distressing
pains have left ne, my appetite has
returned, and I am happy to be again
restored to perfect health."
S.S.S. never dtsppoines, for it is made
to cure these;, decp-rootid diseases which
are beyond the reach of all other reme
dies. It cures permauci.ly Rheumatism,
Catarrh, Cancer, Scronla, Eczema, and
all other blood diseases. It is the only
blood remedy guaranteed
containing no mercury, potash, arsenic
or other dangerous mineral.
Book s wil be m-; i td free to any add rer.a
by tbeCwift Specific Co., Atlanta, Ca.
Train IMni'ge.l Tlirom:li a Trestle.
Wim hi s; . r, Ky., Nov. till. Two lives
wen- lost and thousands of dollars
woith tf prop, rty ih stroy.-d in a raii
ioad jiccid- nl that oi 'urre'1 several
miles south of li.-re Saturday afternoon.
As a h.-avy freight train hound north
on tli - K'-n'm y Central bran' h of the
Louisville and Nashville road was pass
ing over a wooden trestle, spanning a
tl. o lavine, the strueture gav- way,
pn r ii i'ating coal lad' n cars to the
l',,cl.S tii feet I.eloW. The engine and
tender passed over safely. A numl.'-r
of lui'ge carpenters were at work at
the l:i tti.lt! of the trestle when it fell.
.Most of ih m made their escape. James
J 'arris and Warren Lurch, however,
wen- ins'antly killed.
Tliri'Mii'iii tl iichlnir In ' 'si mili'ti .
Cpppi. p. N. J., Nov. -'. John lirump,
who claims to live in Philadelphia, nar
rowly t-se.tp.-d lynching yesterday sit
tin- haeitis . (' an singry mol. Ih oiup' of
an att' .pp ed assault on a lli-yoar-o'd
iPiila'to m'.; tial.p-d I'ioi enee pierce.
The girl, w ho liv s iri tl " J.e.vi-r part
of Cam.!' ii. v. s.s ' n le r way to Sund i
.-.p.el. v!e-n Ihump, who is a white
man, and ab m y.-ars of a'e. is said
to have dragged h-r into the bushes.
I ! " r s ie.., i .-1 s flight' uetl him .away, and
... to.,k : fp'4- iti a h'.u.-e c. se by.
i ll tured I
llll ' le. U i"
! i iv . i a lei
y soi 1 1
ci t i;i a:-. ;i ml
made p. hang
" v. leu the
A UU le Ktrvpl '
I rl iici-s,
'l hp 1 1.'
i he 1:1 '
Tiie khe-livah has
!' d of it d iiip,ht'-r.
: to her espousal by
b. Ill, v. as th"
rem ;ipd known as
.. She is si bout i
h. pi it
... I I
'be kh'-dive. This
d-sueht"!' is ' ne second sh" h:is bone-.
,'vli.p et inp d...ti ;y sifter the birth of
' h- l:it Abbas Lilir i sigm-i a rnar
l iae'e e. rptsp", -. it 1 1 le-r in th'- pr-rence
,,f th" Ip-eotixn loiu'siers, that a-t
oiistipituip a marriage to a slave, ami
tle ie lei:,e no pu'oiic ceremony.
i mm 1-; sutt-rrig
atl a SiUgisii iio'i
: ii.i ar- box .md i;i.y bis brain
.re! l.is -toimieh di-cl tin i g tooil
li.-wib, il' -vise heel these warnings
apoi rc-ott to tin- ii,oit remedy, 1 eh.re
it is too bite. "S'AKKl KS SaKSAP.V-
kii.i.v" the "k:n; ot- ii.oop rrkin
i.i.s," make-; the appetite Keen ami
beartv, inv igo'Pites tlm liver, purifies
Hi.- Hood and tii'.s it with iile gi inn; el
t oi.. nts ol ihe food. It is a w iit!crfi 1
j l.,,od maker and flesh builder
I by IS. W. llarrave.