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A URIFFJIGHT ECHO. Demurrer of Witnesses Who Refused to Testify Argued. GOLD WITHDRAWN FOR EXPORT, Bnd a Oliquletlng Effect A«on| Trea«urj>Offlt!lal<i.-Plift. Important With* drawnl Hlnms Attg. 6— Governor Tllluan Interfrlewt Washington Official* In Regard to Oltpeniary Lawi. WASHINGTON, Oct. 19.— Argument* ifore closed Monday In the .district M< preme court on the demurrer of McCart ney and Chapman to the indictment •gainst them for refusing to answer questions of the. sugar trust investigating committee. Assistant Attorney General Con furl, for the government, attacked the defense and claim of the freedom from inquisition, saying when a banker's books are made the depository of evt< denoe of crime the pt eduction of these books does not constitute invasion of . private matters. Jndge Jere Wilson, for the defense, laid especial stress on the plea that the resolution did not show on its face that it was the purpose of the senate to take action on the results of the committee's investigation. Mr. Wilson maintained that the buying and selling of stocks, matters of dally occurrence in every commercial ceuter of the world, WM as legitimate as the buying and selling of hones or rice or anything else. He characterized this attempt to Investigate such alleged speculation by the «enate as an impertinence and an aimless Injury, destined to cast a slur on some>body. The real point at issue was ' -whether the resolution was srich a on* as •would justify a citizen in refusing to testify concerning his private business. The plea conld not be set up that, as the senate had the power to expel its members, this information was necessary to that body. He asserted that the senate never intended to expel any member. The history of the investigation showed that at least one senator had openly said: "Yes, I bought sugar stock; what are you going to do about it?" Whereupon, said Mr. Wilson, the sen , store from Wayback and Nearby held their peace. Mr. Wilson argued at length the analogy between the senate resolution and the resolution of the house of representatives in 18513, when Kilbourn was arrested for refusing to testify and the United States supreme court held it did not/contain upon its face any purpose to do anything in the future and sustaining Kilbourn, in refusing to show his private records. He cited quite a number of other cases and concluded by declaring that if the citizen was not protected against sash inquiries, the invasion of the rights of the citizen would be absolutely endless and the .sanctity and sacredness of his private affairs would cease. The court took the motion to dismiss on demurrer under advisement and will render its rulings in a few days. _ GOLD WITHDRAWN FOR 'EXPORT. New* Dud n Dlnqulctlng Effect Among TrvMury Oilloliil«. , WASHINGTON, Oct. io.— United States Treasurer Morgan Monday (received a telegram from Treasurer Jordan at New York stating that |fid6,000 • in gold haa been withdrawn from the subtreanury for export. This is the first withdrawal •of any Importance that has been made since Aug. 0 last and the news has had a disquieting effect among treasury officials. It IB not, however, wholly unequipped. During the first week in August the gold reserve had been reduced to a little bolow (93,000,000. At that time the export season hod run its course and small gains from ddy to day at length brought the reserve tip to $fW,WH>,- 000. Treasury officials differ somewhat as to the cuiuo of this apparent export revival. _j _ __ Naval Stntlom Near Now OrUani. WASHINGTON, Oct. 10,— Judge Advo- • cato General Loinloy, of the navy, baa just returned to Washington from New 'Orleans, where be completed the par* •chase of a tract of land adjoining the site for u dry dock at Algiers, opposite the city. The price paid wan $47,000. It is for the establishment of a great •dock and naval station at the mouth of the Mississippi river. It is felt that the absence of modem defenses at the mouth of the groat river is a fatal wenkuewin the general coast dofenso system, as it would afford ait enemy the opportunity of cutting the country in two and paral- ysing the »nternal<#)uiwerce of.tbe Union. BxpurU mid ImirarU Pur Nliui Month*. WASHINGTON, Oct. 10.— The 'bureau of statistics reports that the exports of do- iuo»tlo iiicrolwiidUe for the 4«at nine months amounted to 1077,047,088, against |4tW,Vy 1,878 for the twwo time, in 18JIK, The imports of merchandise during tho nine mouths of lttu< amounted 4o $588,- 0'-'9,7Hy, mid for the same time Jaet year ttW<,lt'A\a7iJ, During tho nine months of U(P4 thu excuse on gold export* over import* wtw *78,<JOM1H and of stiver Danger to American* Ki»gg*ra4««l, WASHINGTON, Oct. lit.— A cablegram WHS received »t the state department from Minister Denby at Peking stating the reports of danger to thv foreign residents of Peking ure exaggerated. There (itm boon only one instance of an attack on American* and adequate punishment was uioted -out at ouoe to the |wrp«tM> ton. _ _ r L lU*l*iii. , Oct. »«.— Or. Williwy Alvin UanloU, who hut l)«w W years in tuu niini-jtry aiu\ for tliu past 19 yaws twstor of tint Now York Avenue Pre«by> toriuit oh«roh «wd hu» tuo Urgw»t eon- gregulitm lu tlwcity, lion Ueeu compelled to rtaitfu on iwwMiiiV of ill hu«ltb and aftur hin furuwvll wrmou iu Noveutlwi wlU iuiivu (oi CM. KJ.~Ailvio«t »•> u,t tli« Mvxii'iiu Ktfiiri »» to tLv vttsvt Uwt thy U)UUJury between Mexleo and Gtiatemftki, wtttch for a time severely strained the friendly relations between the two sonntfles, has at length been adjusted upon terma latU- factory to both nations. QOV. TILLMAN IN WASHINGTON. tfiterrlews CotumMiloner Millet In Regard to Dltpeniarv Law. WASHINOTON, Oct. 10.—Governor Till- nan of South Carolina was at tfee treasury department and had an interview with Commissioner Miller of the internal revenue bureau in regard to a question on which there seems to be a con* 'filet between federal and state authorities! Under the dispensary laws of tha state of South Carolina distilled spirits in the custody of the United States in bonded warehouses belonging to parties who have violated the provisions of the dispensary law by selling' them within the state are declared to be a nuisance and on conviction the state officers are authorised to seize and confiscate the liquor, In all such oases tht> governor proposes to tender the tax due to the government and seize the spirits, contending that the federal authorities have no right to infer* in the matter. Commissioner Miller took issue with 'the governor and cited several decisions of the courts, among them one by the supreme court of the United States, wherein it was held that goods in bonded warehouses were not subject to any process or proceeding issuing from a state court and that so long as the government retained control of the goods its jurisdiction and authority was supreme. No final decision, however, was reached and it is probable that in deference to the wishes of Governor Tilltnan, the question will be referred to the attorney general for an opinion. Morton 1 * Coaohinan to Be Shipped. WASHINGTON, Oct. 10.—Treasury ofl- oials assert that the habeas corpus proceedings now pending in the case of Howard. Levi P. Morton's tinder coachman, will avail him nothing. They hold that there is no appeal from the secretary's order for deportation and say that Howard will certainly be started back to England on next Wednesday's steamer. Detailed at Georgetown. • • WASHINGTON, Oct. 16.—First Lieutenant P. M. Travis, Eleventh infantry, has been detailed as professor of military tactics at Georgetown college, Kentucky. Ohio Democrat* Open tlie CantpalgB. MANSFIELD, O., Oct. 16.—The Democratic campaign was opened with one of the largest demonstrations ever seen in the state, Voorhees and Crisp were not present as expected, but ex-Governor James E. Campbell, .Chairman A. W. Tknrman, Judge J. D. Erraston and others were enthusiastically received. Chairman Thnrman discussed the silver question at length, holding that the Democratic party in Ohio this year had been honestly pledged to free coinage. He eulogized President ClevoUnd and replied sarcastically to Senator Sherman's recent speech at Akron. Lived the Life of a Reolnie. CHICAGO, Oct. !«.—Lying at the county morgue is the body of Airs. Elizabeth Zang, known at one time in Denver, Colo., as a leader of society and the •wife of Philip Zang, the millionaire brewer and one of the best known men in Denver. Twelve years ago a disagreement arose between Mr. and Mrs. Zang and the latter, with a large sum of money and u handsome allowance, came to Chicago. She lived the life «f a re- oluso and made no acquaintances. Her dead body was found by a grocer who went to take ber order. Death resulted front heart disease. lOWA-NEBMSKA NEWS. District Court Clerk at Burlington Kills Himself. ODELL BANK CASHIER ON TRIAL. Cotton btalm' Exposition. ATLANTA, Oct. !•>.—The contract for the foundation of the Manufactures and Liberal Arts building of the- cotton states' exposition liaa boon let ami contract* for the nine principal buildings will follow. The board of lady managers will invite the governor of each state to nuino a committee of eight w«- men and Governor Northern will invite *U the states to mttko exhibits. Annas to the Dubuque German Antlum-Reut at Nebrmkn Clty-Baptlut Convention Will Meet «t Norfolk—Irrigation Bonds Defeated—Shrlneri at On Molnp»—Thle»ei Preparing; For Winter. BURLINGTON, Ia M Oct. itt.— W. D. Ingraham, clerk of the district court, shot himself through the head in the vault attached to his office in the counts court hoase. He died almost instantly, The dead man had served two terms and had recently been renomlnated on the Democratic ticket. He was driven to self- destruction through the exposure of his misuse of public funds. His bondsmen Were obliged to make good a shortage of |il,000 a year ago. Last month he was ordered by the court to pay over to the county treasurer $100,000 cash bail which had been forfeited. There was much criticism at his neglect; to comply with the order of the court, and this was Intensified a few days ago when on a deposit of cash bail in another case he made a payment of i)500 on the first account. The board of supervisors demanded an accounting, and the Democratic county central committee demanded that he, withdraw from tbe ticket. Mr. Ingraham leaves a wife and a large family of children. BANK CASHIER ON TRIAL James Myera of Odell Charged With Mil- appropriating Funds. BEATRICE, Neb., Oct. 10.— In district court the trial of James Myers of Odell, charged with embezzlement, was begun, the jury being selected and one witness examined. A new banking inatitntion was organized at Odell and Myers was elected cashier. The stockholders, together with the oashier, signed a note for |5,000, which Myers negotiated, and the state will attempt to show that instead of applying the money toward buying up the outstanding paper of the old oank that had closed it doors, Myers appropriated fB.OOO of tho amount to his own use. Myers' defense will be that as cashier of the bank he loaned $3,000 to Dr. Warren of Odell on three years time and the defense will present the note therefor In evidence. TRYING TO FIRE JUDGE NEY. Re Bad Moved From tho County, bat Claimed Right to Act. DUBTJQUE, Oct. IB.—The affidavits that Jndge John Ney had forfeited his position upon the bench in the Tenth district were forwarded to Governor Jackson with the request that he fill the vacancy immediately. Lost summer Judge Ney, who was elected for a term expiring Dec. 81 next, removed his family to Iowa City, he having become resident professor of law in the State university. He still claimed his legal residence in Independence, and also held that u judge is n state officer, with jurisdiction ox- tending over the entire state, TUo bar at Manchester took a different view and the affldaVitts were precipitated by Jndge Key's'attempt to open the October term of court. V«ry .itnnll AuHrnl A»»t». NKW YOIIK, Oct. itt.— Solifdnles in the HS.-uKiuueut ot Oiivev Smtumr Teul were lilud in the court of common pleus. He Ins liabilities art) tl Ui,V>Ut<; nowiuul .>id, t310.1t»0; actual onsets, $il.7t. HHptl«U Condemn PHIL DELWHA. Oct. li>. —Ida B, Wells ef Memphis, (he you not colored woaian who lias beeu leading a uriumde both aero and in EiiKlund against the lynch- teg of ncgroe* in the south, wtw present at thu Baptist ministerial conference, 8ke made 'a brief speech and the convention adopted resolution* condemning lynolitug aud calling oa authorities to wforoe tht i laws. .. VtelbU HunBljr of Oral*. NKW YOHK, Out. !«.— Tho visible supply of grain Saturday, Oot, 1H, as compiled by the New York Produce Exchange is aa follows: Wheat, 75,074- OOU bushels, increase MoO.CWO; corn, y,H7tt,0 to, decrease 590,000; oat», 9.0WI,- 000, iaoreaw 480,000; rye, Itgb.OOO, in- ore*** 8.0W; barley, U,l 17.000, iuor«aie m.wt. Hallway KANHAB CITY, Oot. lO.— Tlie American btornutiouul Aaaoulutlou of Hallway Superlntundout* of Bridge* aud Build(UR« will begin IU fourth anuual mooting at tbe Ooatea house tomorrow. Over lOu supej-lateudonti from toe eastern •tate* vad Canada will be here, lluullug, , Cat, Out. it).— A large force of Uwtootivuu ure «(ill hunting for the uton who robbed the uustbouud express train of over $fti>,000 iinnr M» city last Tlmrxduy night, but tkiuy Mve not yui dia«)Vt>ruii A cluw wltiuu will loud, to thw iiimttity of tlie uiuu. Mwntli wf MUi (Utltvriu* Out. J«.-Miaa Kutkeriue uughtur of Audrow tl. M\tybus, ^oi' of tup Denver <*i»d itlo Ocuudu ivUlfuud, died «t Uw home iu i, city tUtcr u ghprt i Annex to dm Orphan Aijrluin. , la., Oct. IB.— The new annex to the convent and orphan asylum of tjie St. Francis order conneotod with St. Mary's church was dedicated by Father Johannrs. Although a Oeriuun institution, orphans of all nationalities are admitted. The asylum was fmmd»d in 1478 in a log cabin with 18 orphans. It now has a series of magnificent buildings which give home and shelter to Ittu children, _ Now Truck at Qttuiuw*, OTTUMWA, la., Oct. 16.— W. B. Walkor of Kearney, Neb., a manufacturer of tho "Kearney Special" bicycle, is iu the city negotiating for the establishment of his factory in this place. He is also perfecting arrangements for tbe building of a 8-lnp track costing $12,000, which will attract the best riders of the world. Judge Charged With HrltMrr. BEAVER CITY, Nob., Oot. 10,— Hon. David Wolty, judge of tbe Fourteenth judicial district was arrested on tbe charge of receiving bribes. Tho complaint was sworn out by the judge's discharged stenographer who awmirs that the Burlington railroad paid the judge fJ5ti to appoint him stenographer. I mrt durifii? the comvng winter. A per • j inannnt ntgn M'zititm was effected by the election of >i roliaf commission with Rev. N. S. Low t-ie ns president. Irrigation Bonds Defeated, / Ono, Neb., Oct. 16.— The irrigation bond propositions failed at the election in Orel, Springdale and Klyra townships. This settles the ditch question here for this year. _ Death of <fe<ie dame*' tfacte, RttYNOi,b3, Neb., Oct. Itt.-^-Rev. J. D. James, aged 8» years, an uncle of the late Jesse James, died at the residence of his daughter, Mrs. Naylor, iu this place. Severely Injured. NEWCASTLE, Neb., Oct. 16.— James Warrick, while under the influence of liquor, fell from a hog wagon and received severe injuries. ANOTHER IMPERIAL EDICT. Chlneie Government Promliei Full Protection to Foreign Resident*. LONDON, Oct. 16.— Dispatches to The Times from Tien Tsln says that the Pel Yang squadron has been able to leave the dock completely refitted with magazines filled and otherwise fitted for active service. An imperial edict has been published at Peking assuming for] the government full responsibility, for the protection of the foreign residents and punishing certain culprits shown to have taken part in the recent assaults upon travelers. The edict assures strangers that their person and property will be protected, and its wording especially favors the missionaries. The whole tone of the edict is highly satisfactory. The Chinese overtures for peace having been rejected without a hearing, the war now enters upon a chronic stage, demanding an appeal to the latent forces of the empire. The latter are described as being quite great, but it U added they require time in order to orguiize them. The Chinese government is prepared, though reluctant to do so, to engage in a protracted conflict. The party in power recognizes the urgency of radical mtu. tary and fiscal reform. Tbe question is,' how long will the natural cohesion bear the strain of a great war? The danger is that a revolution may be followed by prolonged anarchy. Cailmlr-Ferler EnterUlui Offlclali. PARIS, Oct. 16.— President Oftsimir- Perier and Mine. Casimir-Pcrier entertained at lunch Premier Dupvy, M. Hanolux, the minister of foreign; M. Ley, the minister of public instruction; Isgnor Cnsman, the Italian amb*;«ador; Verdi, the great Italian cotoj.o«c»r, and Ambroise Thomas, the wall known French composer. Toreador* Elpallttd from Frauce. PARIS, Oot. 10,--The minister of the interior, M. Dnpuy, also premier, has ordered the expulsion from France of six Spanish toreadors who took part in bull fights at Nimes, department of Oard, and at Dnx, department of Landesay, at which bulls were killed in defiance of the law prohibiting such contests. FirKt Time Sine* the, War. BERUK, Oct. 10.— 1'he company from tha Paris Theater Libre ^.-ivo their first performance at the reaul '•:>.. ihoator to a large uudionce. Tbis is Miu first lime a play in French has been produced in Berlin since the war. Tho players received much appluuae. Amour HIM i:rt(ht'« Ul»*te. LONDON, Oct. Hi.— A Times dispntob from Simla says that tlie news of thr auieei's impending dyath is a great surprise. He is known to have Bright's disease of the kidneys, but it WHS not thought that he \vtvs seriously Uffeotwi. To Kvduo* Untie* on Corn. CITY or MEXICO, Oot. 16.— The ohum- ber of deputies is disimsainy tho propose tion of I he minister of finance to reduce duties on corn for the stuto of Yucatan until tht last day of January. I'ortURurne Troop* Kaibark. LWBON. Oct. lb. — An enormous crowd of p?ti)>u) witnessed ( iu silence the e buniiition of fOu troops for Loureuzo STERLING«GOOD SHOT Colorado Sheriff Suddenly Stops Escaping Prisoners. ONE DEAD, THE OTHER WOUNDED, Vat Molue*. DIM MOINIW, Oot. Itt.— Tho Myitio Bftriuen of tho state gathered here, 4,000 in number, |to bold a state meeting. The Btute officers arrived hero front Cedar Rapids upon a ipeoial train, and upon tholr arrival there wa» a street parade, headed by the Iowa State band, TbtofM at Hone Dlu*. MOKSK BLUFF, Neb,, Oot. 10.— Thieves broke into the general merchandise store of Datul A Prat aud Uw pottofttoe, About fOOO or fhOO worth of good* were itoltm, including fVO worth of stamps. Accidental KIABNBV, Oot. Itt. -Henry Haase of Aiuherst »ocld«nt«lly shot aud instantly killed himself with a shotgun, which he had just bought. The deceased was a ton ot Edward Haaw of this olty. Keut at Mibraika City. KKORAHKA CITY, Neb,, Oot. 16.— Sidney J, Keut, the candidate for commissioner of public lands and building* on the PouulUt ticket, t><l<lru««ed « largo Kudlence at tho Btaudard theater, Hill"* Third Campaign Mpeeoh. KINGSTON, N. Y., Oct. 18.— Senator David U. Hill wade his third spoeoh of the campaign bore. His remarks wnro .confined almost entirely to state issue*. Sir Air>.U SUphen l>«ad. SIDNEY, N. W. 8., Oot. 16.— Sir Alfred Stephen, formerly lieutenant governor of New South Wales, is dead. H«b«IUou* K'*fBri R*paU*il. LODRKNZO, Marques, Oct. IS.— The rebellious Kaffirs in great force attacked this town but were repulsed. A renewal of the attack is e^peotod at any moment. Tho situation U serious aa the force defending the place Is not suiBoiant to make a prolonged remittance, flcruiau Uvmaui! For Oolrt. LONDON, Oot. LX— Owing to the rise iu thu rate* of exchange U'o Gorman demand for gold is coiuing. The fact that the balance of trade is against tho United Htatae uiaken American gold exports more likely than import*. QB**» UlHolkaiaul Qoa* Oraiy, VioroRu, B, O., Oot. l&.-Oofore the Aruwa left Honolulu a rumor was iu circulation that Queen Liluoikalaui had gone oraiy. The report is not credited, although for several diiys she had not left tho ttoua* she U oouupylug. N*bra»b« roi.K, Out. JO.—Tlie 87th annual Baptist vtuto uouveutiun will U) held la this olty from Out. W to Nov. 1. Preparations are being made to miterUiu be- tweeu 900 and 800 dvlegatw. Ur«auU»a ror Hvlltf, O'Nuuu, Neb., Out. l«.— A inw meet- lug of the clti*t)us ot Holt oouuty wan liuld for tU« uuriKiiM of UwvWug wajr* iu*aui to *wis( thoau wuo uiuy new) TII Ultouu tlw Cinr 1 * . LONPON, Oot. 16.— A Berllu oorrespou dtnit says that it ia beliuved in inodloal oirclua iu 8t. Petersburg that a oouuoll of the moat proiuiuuut aurgoou* lu Europe will uieot in Cofu soon after Uw caw's arrival, ______ Houdura* VrtH* N»«ollat«il. NKW YOBS, Oot. IS— A dUpateU from Mu.uagua, NiouruKUit, suya: A treuty htw beou uvgutluted with, Iluu- dui'oi, DaWli oouutry pludgiug itaelf to aid the otLor iu iwtw of iuvavlou or royo- lutiou, _ •• CbluM* Hujr U«l«lau Guu*. LONDOM, Oot. lb.— A Uitpatuh from Berlin sUtea that a Hamburg firm bun purchased lOu.OUO Alblui riUea ut 4 UM ottoli froiu the Bulglau goveru- uieut for exuort to Cbiuv. Coroner'* Jury Exonerate! Him From AU Blatnn — Jarae* Cannon and Tho mm Short, the Prisoners, W*re Charged With Robbing a Victor Ottmbllng Home, Both Were Innocent. COLORADO SPRINGS, Oct. 10.— James Cannon and Thomas Short, Bull Rill miners, arrested Sunday on a charge of having robbed a Victor gambling hall Saturday morning, attempted to escape from the officers who were bringing them to jail at Divide. Deputy Sterling ihot both, killing Cannon and dangerously wounding Short. It is believed the men were innocent of the crime with which they were charged, as many miners will testify that both Men were attending a ball at the time the robbery was committed. The coroner's jury exonerated the deputy sheriff. Sterling said his reason for removing the prisoners so hastily from Cripple Creek was that he feared an attempt at rescue Would be made. His testimony concerning the shooting was as follows: "Wo drove from Cripple Creek to Divide and were putting our horses in a livery stable. My two guards brought in the guns and leaned them up against the wall. The prisoners grabbed both guns and levelled them at me. One said, 'Hold up your hands,' and the other said, 'Hand over the keys or we will fix yon.' Were Getting the Best of Him. "I advanced and put one of my arms around each gun and called for the guards. Then one of the prisoners drew a revolver from my belt and hit me over the bead with it. I saw they were getting the beet of me HO I wrenched one of the guns from the- prisoners and said: 'I am shot,' and managed to get out of the door. Both of the prisoners ran out and while going took a shot at me. They ran to the railroad tracks, where there was a large pile of ties. I shot three times and told them to come to me. They said they would give up, so I went to them. Cannon was lying across the track dying. Short was badly wounded." Short, who was shot in the leg and is weak from loss of blood, confirmed the deputy's testimony. Short says Cttnnon and be had nothing to do with the rob- bovy and they determined to try to get away rather than be locked up in the Colorado Springs jail, where many miners have been detained for mouLUs without trial. Bull Hill miners are mui-h excited over the affair as they claim Cannon and ort^ had committed no crime. Cannon was about 28 years old. His mother lives in Dubuqne, la. ltk<> Grande ElecU Oflloers. DENVF.R, Oct. 16.— The annual meeting of the stockholders of the Eio Grande Southern railroad was held in the office of Presid >.it Jefferey of the Denver and RloGrmilo. Of 45,000 shares of stock, 40,000 «-;i8 represented and the old board oi '.lirectors was unanimously reelected. In a few day* the directors will meet and elect officers. As there has been no dissatisfaction with the management it is probable that the officers will Iv* re-elected. Thwe nro: J. T. McNeil, secretary; J. W. Giluly, auditor and Cooper Anderson treasurer. Went Gunning. BUZZARD'S BAY, Oct. Hi.— TUB president and family will not leave Gray Gables until next weak uiul at that time the president will proceed direct to Washington, while Mrw. Cleveland will pay a short visit to tho Benedicts at Greenwich, Conn. Monday tho president drove to Maple Springs, where he spent the day gunning with Colonel Charles P. Horton and two other members of the Monument club. Kflfoct of Raeeut Koboerle*. CLAKEMORK, I. T., Oct. lO.-On account of recent robberies the Pacific Express company has a notice posted in its office in the territory to the effect tbnt it will not receive any money or valuables for trauHiuisaiou nor iasuo any money orders until further notice. Tuoro is a report that all Pacific Express offices iu the territory are to be discontinued. CollUrlM Itaiuui* Operation*. SHAHOKIN, Pa., Oct. 16.— The Burnside and North Franklin collieries of the Philadelphia and Ruadii.g Coal and Irou company, employing 900 men and boys, .have resumed operations after an Idleness of six weeks. The Hickory Swamp uiiue of the Union Coul company, employing 400 workmen, resumed. II IM Wlllard at PHILADELPHIA, Oct. 10.— At the sea- sion of the W. O. T. U. convention Misa Francis Willard made an addrots. Tuo big liaptist temple was filled with people to greet the famoui advocate of temper•no* rUheriuen APPAUOIIIOOLA, Fla., Oct. 10,— In the recent stonn 1* Aduermeu, all white, were lost ou Band island, 10 mllw front here. Hinoo the gale nub«lded searching uarliua have found voveral of tho bodies in a badly mutilated condition. •fcuwaltor Wlut AuutUer. New VOHK, Oct. lO.-Alblu aud Khowulter ulayed tha tavouth game of tho ohtMM match aud Albiu opoutxl with u gluoo iiituiq, AMui 49 luovea tthowal- tor won. Sooro: Bhowaltur, 0; Albiu, 8. U«u>u«r*U NoiuluaU a Ualuu Man. NKW BuoroHp, Miw*., Out, 18,— The lUth dUtrk't Democratic convention uoiu- iuuted ex-tiuiiutor Robert Howard of Fall Uivcr, tttfivtary of the iiuiuuer'* union, for ouugroM by acolauiiuutiou. Mt«Uulojr Will uTiig«lh. b, O.,Oct. JO.— Uovoruor No- hut dwcidwl to accept the invitation of tho Republican uoiuuiittoo ul LouUlaua mid will dulivor a sweocu at Now Ortawi on Dot. 80. Good Blood ESSENTIAL TO . HEALTH.! Vou cannot IS IMPURE.*! If you ate troubled with^ BOILS, ULCERS OR i PIMPLES, SORES Jvour blood Is bad. A few bottles c f 3. S. I ^thoroughly cleanse the system, r< move all im-; Suurities and build you up. All manner of bleia-j "CLEARED AWAY jv its use. It is the best blood remedy on earth.* 'Thousands Who have used it say so. i, "My blood was badly poisoned last year, which got myjj iwhole system out of order—diseased »nd a constant source!} of suffering no »ppetlte, no enjoyment ofllfe. Two bottles« ' •"• BrWht me right out. There it no btttetj 1 !fJ2fJ tcmedv for Mood dtseues. rjaTH JOHN GAVIN, Darton, Otilo Treatise on blood and skin diseases mailedIfree.g 1 SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atl»nU,Ga. Germany Refuse* to Interfere. LONDON, Oct. 15.—A dispatch to The Times from Berlin says that Oeruinny's refusal to interfere in the Chinese-Japanese troubles does not effect the qnes-. tion of the protection to Europeans in China, in which she will fully co-operate. The German commander in Chinese waters bus. already been authorised to dispatch a small body of marines to protect the legation at Peking. If there should be any trouble it is believed that the moral effect of even such a small body of European troops would effectually check a Chinese mob. Anglo-Dutch Railroad Syndicate. TEGUCIGALPA, Out, 15.—Tha army will be increased by V,000 men and the small garrisons will be kept in the cities while a larger force than now will be maintained on the frontiers and the coast. Arrangements have been concluded with an Anglo-Dutch syndicate for a railway to the coast. The same syndicate will probably lend the government |3,000,000, receiving a bank charter and lands for frnit culture near the Many men of many minds CLIMAX Beats all other kinds Climax Plug is much the best chewing tobacco made. It'sLorlllard'ft. Off For tbe Honeymoon The proper denouement to a love story wherein the hero and beroiuo aro subjected to more than ordinary trial* and difficulties. For further information read Our Now Serial FERGUS HUME It Is a story of great draroutiu power ajid wilt surely intcrv»t you. j

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