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AFRAID of the rebels.
n!iru . j f'om First Pa**.
\ w' which reslstrd (hr In.ur-
I < u ping rebellion. falls thus,
I ( * it able (o take Canton
. m h ih* hulk of his tore**.
mi morning In pursuit of
m M* troop* to protect
i.illn* Jo Ju garrison the
8- 0 „ lit Naa Tau, on the
*' r Deep Hay.
’ I that** gunboat Marietta.
, arrived at Hon* Kong.
. >liwi (or Canton.
~, M | ||t: KUICt FORGED.
,ulh.nltrlt oealel hr Prlnrr
neit 1.l Hon* < him*.
15, It In now r**K<ird<l an
allrgl imperial r<llct or
unl*bm<*nt of hlirh <fTViali
l # *’, . * >n<\ was conroriod with the
v.ntlnß tho advance of the
. Tin* Ku. Itoth Prince
Hums Chang deny Its ati-
Wnldcrsea Is expected to ar
titling bands have become
in ‘he vicinity of the summer
.i , punitive expedition la being
* v ♦ ,i against them
~1% i hh IT ON *4TI KII4Y.
riv *1 fr the PI rat Pence DJ>-
r u*|nti In PrWln.
f u ir * K via Tien Tsin. Oct. 17.
w , il. ‘>ct 17 —Prince Chin* and
hang have addressed a joint
r lie foreign envoys, fixing Sat
u-S, for the first meeting to di#-
if ndltlona of peace.
Negotiation* Him* llegnn.
r t 17. The Chinese minister
mar peace negoil.itlons have
I r i .it Pekin bid wean the Chi
(•'111 hi ties and the represents
„ Poarr*. In the Tsung-11-VA
p u*. which, ho adds, have beer.
I * r to the Chinese for that pur
il rile red to Iteturn.
I . • • 17 - M DrGlrrs and the Rua
a< cording to a dispatch
, '• n to the Koinlsche ZHturu,
*. v , ! and to return to ivktn with
jr a four days.
Mil It THK IIOtIIBITBS.
IrMalon* I'erveeatlnn Is Hlf© In
\| AT I O . Oct. 17- The Itowleltes
|. -riuncd to thwart the efforts to
i >r out of this city, and the re
, r■ . he serious. About three have
PH, t. : rt*d since Sunday. Three ar
i I, ; v • be here hiding now, and hove
Mn t .. i...ng secret services.
Williams of ltenton Harbor, Mich
*ent out of town on Monday.
i -day on a bicycle, and gave the
pc * veljr chase before they captured
lir ent him away on a train, but
v t I would return every day. as he
ju rdered to do so.
Homer Kessler of Chicago
p.s idvertismg manager, came into
tr.t fiy iind want to the Court Housi
•ft *I . lawyers. The |*>llee took hltn
.lroad depot, and there he was
y three deputy sheriffs with
a sr t >' habeas corpus.
•I* r uties sfurteti for Jail with the
. a crowd folio wist, th reaving
f and dubs. Deputy Sheriff Hell
ji 1 K ler were struck by stones and
nJure I. They reache*! the jail
M ! 1 r was lock*-! up ihl several
j*ineed on guard A crowd is col
i • • t’>>und the Jail and other crowds
r * iring the city for the hl*kfen eld
**-l with tar and feathers.
■ O l * —-
111 MiHClh OIT OP WORK.
lof ton Mill Trouble In Nnrth favtb
linn I* tterlow©.
Hit otte N C . D t #l7. A specl.il from
• f >• to the Observer says:
I Tr otion mill trouble In Alamance
fi! has reached an acute stage. Hun
>- * ( men women and children a e
■> the result of not leas parted by the
i the result of notices posted by thV*
**,•-i *s who would not withdraw from
T-\tlle I’nlon to consider themselves
V*r few. If any, of the operatives
s -i •!.. 1 the union As the mill men ta
in . Majority of the mill!- la
*> .t> are either bile or running with
g**iiy reduced force*.
t| of crippling the union, the order
tf ■ t' i owner* seems to have had th*
*?•*"' f srrcngthenlng it, numbers of
f • mbecs having been received *lnce
h* r \ r* s were posted.
• operatives and ihelr late
*r. firm and determined to carry
their ins. As yet no disorders have
♦lifT'-rence Is not soon adjusted
? * *r ment soured elsewhere, man>
r rat Ives will suffer for the nec
lifi A them are
and with practically no means
i nlon Is taking step* to pro-
T Mile Colon in taking steps to pro-
M >S| s rofT ABtltT H>OO t OOO.
Were Knn me rotor* and
:'n. Oct. 17.—The enumeration
?f<ti *'nsus Is completed, and the
1 ’ r* are practically all paid Ther*
'* * •*’ • numerators anti 297 suiervls
' of th enumeration will b
**• • force of the census bureau
V*’* ntrated on the work of tab
statlatlca already gathered
’ f of the census bureau when
HI occupy eight volumes of 1.-
T - work of the present census
l \ several million lnhabltahts
•* fore, nut Director Merriam
be ready for the public six
"**• * * r han heretofore.
''II HII *1 t‘CKtlM p l I*LY.
***' y 'lne||n* %lr*lilp Showed l|>
tfn. Oct. 17—Tount Z*P
* '“' Up hkcchUpU till* afternoon,
iicnlnM th* wlnJ. and pot
throush \arlou* tack* and
ijj!* It *9' then aalled In th* dl.
l'. after ‘a abort (Ilht to
•j, -nMndt, remained |>ole'l tn
~f f fort minute*, mi a hIK lit
' 1 "*1 metre*, and then aafelj
1 *“ the lake.
••"tin -hrrninn k err 111.
*l,.'. "• 1" E*dl>'nator John
'I tnneroualr 111 at hi* rel
lt)'. Th<- attack ha* tak. n
t,. ~ ’ " *l‘ MUly Ini-ale tit to old
i„ ' It* ■ ftecle of the *erloua lll
suffered while on trip
India* two year* •>. Hi
' r. overed from that hlne**
, *" l *l *enatnrhlp.
|> • ', r ' ’ On. 17—The *, ond h*|.
r t- | 1 S! at*i* wtiaenr In the Ver
" *■' ">re to-day re*ull*d tn no
'*! 1,1 hnchim KH'.ned three
**, '* >r * and Congreuman Orout lot
THK I'trilll h-IHM's ( tK.
kkrlherhee Tol.l of n I iinirr.mt.tn
He lln.t \\ 111. the \ nlei.
New Tork, fh-i 17-Albert T Titrlek
ia ml ih.irn * K. Joint, counw I .ml .-r
--! vant for William M Klee. w. ie j*aln
lief or. .Man:,! rate llrann |o-da> lor th
i continuation of their examti.atton on ih
charne ot havinx forge.! the eignattir' I
a check tor tO, IfW drawn on the bank
Inn hrm of l<. mon A lk>n*.
Aealetant liielrict Attorney o*t>orn.'
brought up the affidavit of Walter <>.
Wrtherhee, a el. rk of b*renroll * Son*.
Wetherbee went un me mj, I ai.d mv
the übtaiKv of tlie .itn iavi He
June* t.y pi*>infnu nt, and Joam r <l.l
to * Uni r*. 1 have a propoalil ntom k>
to you; do you know that I have o. l man
ltice e arm?''
Wun. e leptlud that he d|.) iot ku> w
the conten.* of ihe will, bul mat h. a*
Klee *:gn it. Jone* then t <l.l wline *
certain |Kilon of in* will, and ai l t *i
If aline*, would ronreni lo a * . ..let will
he coulu put aline** In. Jon * -aid lUee
wa, at llm, "dopey," and that he c ill.l
get him to l*n any paper he wanted to.
done*, th. wline** testified piotnt.el ;o
divide mt(h him If he d.d a* *ugg • <d
regarding the drafting of a e ond Mill.
VV tines* m. 1.1 he had 111 *!* an atthtavlt
on March a. whtcA. in auhatauce, t* what
he re.aie.l to-day. On cross-examination
by Mr House, the wltnee* sahi he did
not object to Jones’ |a..|*<-tt!on mi the
lime It Mar mad., but when Jone* asked
wline** to draw up another wilt, wltnc*
told Jone* he wn* not in that kind of
Kid Jon** Intimate to you that he
would forgo the old man's name to any
paper?" asked House.
No, he said that when Rice came out
of hi* dopey condition he could slip u pa
per under hi* hand and he Mould sign It."
llOllt t ill Ml l\ A HACK.
Police of Lynn Looking for the Man
Who flld the Murder.
I.ynn, Mas*.. Oct. 17.—That great "trunk
tragedy,” a* It was known through all
New England way bn k In IK7:, when t
■militated td\ of J.nnie Clark was found
wedged Into a trunk, which had l>een pick
ed up In Ihe Saugus river, wa in *oine
resperta no more mysterious than the
murder which was revealed to-day
by the n tiding of a man's
body. decapitated and denuded
of tho limbs In u gunny sack In Olenmore
The police to-nlghl are Inclined to th.
bell.-f ihat fJ.orgc K. Itailey ha* been
murdered and have taken under arrest
John C. Heat. X year* of age, a farm
hand, employed on the estate of which
the supposed victim of the murderer was
rureXHker. The police. In searclung the
form house where the men lived, found In
he barn cellar an ax which hore blood
stains, hu: il is not certain they are of
human blood They also found some stain*
on a window *lll and on a piece of card
board In a room of the house.
Halley di*apjenred on Oct. 8. No one
knew the rea*on. hut there were person*
who *uppo*c.l that he had followed hi*
w if.. r. Wlscastle. Me,, she battle i* ''
the house. It Is asserted, because of n
disagreement. It Is now claimed that the
woman, known a* Mrs. Halley, wa* not
Ms wife; that although Halley was mar
ried. hi* wife's whereabouts are unknown.
The woman l* said to lie Mis* Huste
Young, and *le was the housekeeper.
With these clew* the fiollce ore trying
io solve the mystery of the murder.
Wt\Tl A KKPAIR SHIP.
Chief Engineer Melville Ernes on
Approprlnlinn ot gI.imO.IVHI.
Washlngson. Oct. 17—In h s annual re
port Jut published t'hhf Engineer Mel
ville urge* an appropriation of tl.OOb.Uif'
for a S.U*-ton repair ship, on the plan of
the Vulcan, hut Improved in detail.
The englneer-ln-chlef mikes a very
strong argument against the proposed
consolidation of naval bureau*, pointing
out that In every large shipbuilding plant
the bureau ay*tem prevail*, to a more
lomplete separation of he special
branches of work, than Is practiced In the
An Interesting chapter In the report
deal* wdth the question of the personnel,
ond she engine.r-ln-. hlef expresses the
opinion frankly Ihsl the i-ersonnel bill
was either a mistake, or the proper course
has not been taken lo carry cut tte In
The estimate* for the various navy
yards and stations are as follow*
New York. HSS.SKS; Norfolk. M43.MK; Bos
ton. 177* ES. Mare Island. BM MS; league
Island. S!tt.4S7; Portsmouth, fIP'.SIJ; Port
Koval. ISVM. Washington, 84.M7. Pensa
cola. 8&.M9; Key West. pS.tO; Newport,
J 9.175; Hremerion. pi'r:
THE COTTtit SITI TIM.
The Time* lllscosse* Ihe Rally of
Ismdon, Oct. 18 -Discussing the cotton
situation this morning, the Times says
"1-mcashlre I* nearing the end of her
trouble. Supplies from the fnlted Stal>
are coming wish all speed, and olread)
more mill* are working In the Southern
sfdnnlng towns of the country.
"Ho far the quality I* an average one
although interested authorities are spread
ing report* that the Texas grades are
deteriorating. Manchester Is rather up
sei hy the rapid decline in values In Liver
pool, buyers of piece goods abroad hav
ing ivllhdrawn their old offers. Bombay
and Calcutta tic,tiers are disposed to look
on and await a settlement of prices China
t* the only black cloud, and there ts an
absence of orders from Hhongliol A short
Egyptian erop Is generally expected "
DOLPHIN AIADI; *l!i:MI>K.\T.
other Officer* of Ihe Order of Rall
HI. Louis. Oel. 17-M M Dolphin of
Kansas City ha* been elect, I prrspl.nt
of Ihe Order of Hallway Telegraph'd,
vice W. V. Powell, removed. Dfriphln
was formerly first vice prescient of ihe
order. T. M Pierson. S. J Kelly an.|
K. O. Blnclalr were elected first, second
ami third vice president*, respective y.
T W Haron and C. K L'yman were
It I* expnrtid Ihe work of the conven
tion will h finished thl- afternoon.
TORPHDO BOAT* COLLIIEI.
lia hlkre ■■ am/ I raven Hod to Pot
I look Into Newport.
Washlhgton, Oct. 17.—A t legram re
ceived at the Navy Department to-day
•doles that the torpedo boat* Dahlgren
and Craven were In collision ousslde NfW
lrt lasi night and were obliged to pm
liack. They reached Newport safely.
For (islie.tiin Orphnns.
New York. Ort 17.—The Laxaar for Ihe
benefit of the homeless (Ja’vesion of
phsns which began Monday night In the
Waldorf-Astoria, was closed to-night h\
Mark Twain. The management of the
l unar e-timate.l the re r- . Ipts for il ■
thr<' night* at between KS.iM' and sMno.
•Ilstnorek’s Loal Prover.
Herliu. Del 17.—Ptof Wlfhelm <>nrk.n
of the Cnlversltr of Oh seen (He i
who was intimately aeqilalnie I with t e
late Prince Bismarck write, a Dread, it
journal tha' Bismarck's last prayer was
"lord. 1 believe. Help Thop min. unhe-
THE MOKNING NEWS: THUTISDAY. OCTOBER IS, 1000.
HELP FOR WOMEN
WHO ARE ALWAYS TIREH.
“ 1 do not feel very well, I am an
tired all the time. Ido not know w hat
is the matter with me."
You hear these words every day; as
often as you meet your friend* just so
often are these words repeated More
than likely you -peak the saute signifi
cant words yourself, and no douht you
do feel far from well ti:-<t of the time.
Mrs. Klla Uice, of Chelsea, Win.,
whose portrait we publish, writen that
she suffered for two year* with hear
itig.-down pains, headache, backache,
and had all kiuilsof miserable feelings,
nil of which was caused by falling and
inflammation of the womb, and after
doctoring with physicians and numer
ous uicdiciuea she waaenlirely cured by
Mas Etu filer
Lydia E. Pinkham’a Vegetable Com
If yon are troubled with paina,
fainting spell*, depression of spirits,
re lue to nee to go anywhere, headache,
backache, and always tired, pleaae re
member that there is an ahaolute
remedy which will relieve you of your
suffering as it did Mrs. Kioe. Proof
is monumental that Lydia E. Pink
ham’s Vegetable Compound ia the
greatest medicine for suffering women.
No other medicine has made the curea
that it hiu>. ami no other woman hat.
helped m> tunny women by direct advice
as lias Mrs. Pink hum. ler experience
is greater than that of any living per
non If you are sick, write and get
her advice ; her address ia Lynn, Maaa
rot ion tmi I’AiTI HER*.
Association la ttolillUK Its Sessions
In AA nshlngton.
Washington. Oct. 17.—The second ses
sion of the New England Cotton Manu
facturers' Association M'S* called to or
der In the Arlington Hotel thl* after
noon. The first |<oper on the programme
m is by Walter H. Evans of the Agricul
tural Department on "The Cotton
I. H. Pewcy, also of the Agrlrullural
Department, made on interesting address
on the subject of American-grown Egyp
tian cotton R. II ndmonds of Baltimore
read a paper on "America’s Textll# In
dustry," from a Soutiiem point of visa-
Tlie last paper of the session was by
IS. M Miller, Jr., of Charlotte. N. C., on
"The Possibility of Cotton Manufacturing
in the Hnlted States, Et>ec tally In the
The President received the representa
tive* of the New England Cotton Manu
fo'-iurers’ Assix’latlijn at 11:> oclock thl*
morning In the ljosi room of the White
House. Secretary I-ong preaented them
to the Presdent.
At to-night's meeting Seeretary Wilson
of the Agrleiiltural Department wa* pres
ent and delivered a rharaetertstlc ad
dress. In which he spoke of the inter-rela
ttonshtp existing between the factory and
the farmer and the need of Improved edu
eatlonal facilities along scientific line* for
successful farm wotk He also expressed
the hope that the time would soon come
M-heit the o.ipocltv of the manufacturers'
, would 1— Ibia to handle the entire
production of cotton, so that none of It
ihe smt abroad for manufacture.
A number of twper* on technical sub
ject* were read.
FINISHED THK AVAHF.MOI'fiB.
New* of Slrn and thllrn Reported
Douglas. Oa , fVt. 17 -The Merchant*’
and Planters' fireproof warehouse at
Douglas, luce been completed, ond was
thrown open for buelnes* yesterday morn
ing. wt!hvlr Tom Jones as sworn weigh
er. A great deal of cotton was stored
The City Court ho* adjourned after
transacting a great .leal of civil business
The City Court or o County Court Is an
actual necessity In Coffee county, while
t te ordinary could perform all the dutleo
of the County Commissioner* at s great
saving of unnecessary expense, with the
present population of the county.
A* the lines of Irwin, Berrien and Ap
pling counties, bordering on Coffee, have
been In dispute. Coffee's last grand Jury
recommended that the Governor appoint
a competent surveyor to run out the
line* ond forever settle this question.
Messrs McDonald and Brarletor. of
North Georgia, ore in the city with a
herd of fine milk cow*. They find ready
sales at fancy prices.
Dr. J. C. Ilryon of f’uiloden, Ga., with
his family, ho* located tn Jrougla*
Mr* Mary J. Fielding and children of
Lell.'iton. I* visiting her sister. Mie. C.
N. Fielding on Ward street.
AID IIBISHOP IRELAND RACK.
Gave Two l.eetures on the AA ay Over
on the Alajeatlc.
New York. Oct 17.—Archbishop Ireland
of St. Paul arrived on fhe Majestic Ihls
evening front a long trip abroad. The
Archbishop refused in lie Interviewed.
A f. :k>w passenger of the prelate said
that the Archbishop gave two lectures on
hoard, one In the saloon and the other In
the steerage, the subject be.ng "The Duty
. f Cap* il ond Labor,” In which he ad
vocated toleration, Justice and charity,
saying that nil men ore of one family,
and should ex. rets., mutual forbearance,
and that oaplml and labor should net
each other half way To the capitalist,
he said of the laborer*. "Give them
enough wag s to let them live decently.”
HI7THOTHAL AV AS A N NOI NCED.
Parliament Returned Ita rnnxrata-
Infionw to AA illielmlaa.
Tne llagu . Oct. 17—The announcement
~f t|H |.. tmthal of Queen Wllhelmlna to
Duke Henry of Mecklenhurg-Bchwerln, In
iMe second Chamber of The Netherlands
Parliament to-day, wa* greeted with
. hu* The House charged the president
to transmit lo the Quern lie congratula
tion, and thanks lor communicating Ihe
a! id event, which w is ot the highest Im
i>rtance to the dynasty and country.
< at Down Hie Rerord.
Chicago, Oct. 17—Johnny Nelson cut
3} |-s see- axis off the world’s Indoor, motor
pie ed record for fifteen miles at the Colt
„ um t.enight In his match with Fisher
Nelson W'Ct the distance In 77:04 l-S, and
b< it Fisher hv over seven tape.
\A 111 Alee! at Asheville*
Buffalo. N V . Oct 17.—Asheville. M.
Has today selected aa the nexi pic.
of mesa In* of the National Association of
f’aesergtr Agenta. in October, iSOI. •
BRYAN WAS BUSY.
(Continued from Fir#t
OWH •n*l ii profit to th*
man who him Anil v*-t. warn
tWiloi) day cornrn (hr employer wmo*-
thinhe that thr who work’*
for him eelli hip clllsenphi| when h aelU
"And ofen the employer trlep ♦ •-
nren ihe lahorlnx man If II rucht for
an employer to vote the vote of hi* m
plcye, then I tn*lt Ihe In* ithouM l*e
changed * a> lo |iv every employer ;•
many voiep aa he ha* employe* A* M
1* now. they pomov.me* an nwv. an*l If
the vole belong* u the eltllen anil not
10 iho employer, then every ctrisen who
prlsep hla ballol and appret late* the re
ppraiPlhlllty of rMisnPhlp phould apeak
out aculnpt Ihe mtlmelntion that Ip often
prnnlred agalnat thoee who are in the
employ of other*.*'
Mr. Ilryan then took up the question*
of truatP and mllltarlpm rtl-*ng the u-ihil
srr.tcrH Aum’iT thi ad.
Ilryan tVnde Two |*<lnta on Thl*
4| Inn at
fVmjrhkeopete. N. Y . Oel. 17. At New
bury Mr Bryan apoke to a crowd of rev•
eral i hour and people frmi .1 at ant I m
front of tha Court Houfe. a?ul the apecch
war frequently and loudly applauded
**l want you to know," wild Mr Bryan
* that ip* National Hlrcult Company ha*
:i* fam or tea, and when I wi at Man
kato. Minn., the other <tay. I found n
t racker factory that had been bought b>
the National Btacult ('unuwtn n*l clop <1
down within a abort tun* You will find
that every one of the ronrema mention* 1
t* of th© great truata. The American rtt*ei
and Wire Company control* |e‘r cent
of the output of wire nail* and ateel wire,
and you remember that within year that
'empany cloaed down twelve faetort©*
threw 6,000 men out of employment, and
then reduced the price of wire naiix and
(airbed wire In an Jnatnnt, threw u|on the
men who had bought up aiocka *f wire
and natla a heavy loaa, and It waa atati-si
that the man who wi.< reaponatbl© for It
did II In order to make more money on
'ha atock market in tl© deprey-ton of
price In the stock than a man could rnaki
In any ordrnary buatneaa In n llfetlm*
Why la It that your pwpera will daftftd
Mr. Bryan charge<l that the Republican
party waa circulating a book prepare 1
by a man named Weeka. which defended
th# truata. and ©aid
The National Publishing Company of
New York printed the bnofc* It first
asked the truata to buy the hook and ctr.
cuMte It. It found that the truel* *ttd
not want to undertake th© ■ Ireulailon of
Ihe book themaelvea. ond I bin pubHahlng
company wrote a latter to the trust©, a
copy of which la In the hand* of ex-Gov
Rtone. saving 'To overcome that difficul
ty, we have arranged with the RepuNi
tan National OomtnktM lo have it dl*
tribute books In auch manner, attul tn
auch placet aa to Injure the heat result
and Qov. Hume baa a receipt aigned
for th© .National Commltte of the n©puh
-11 con party by J. Ii Manley for five bun
dled coplea of a book In tV-fene#- of
truata. pukl for by the truata. to be cir
culated by th© Republican Commit ten
amoiYg people to convince them that
truata are good, while the lendcra any
th© K©pubH< an party la opposed to trust*.
I want to oak you whether you have fal*h
In u party that thus the people
relief from the truata, while it* mtnil
tee circulate© a hook to defend the
TIRY4X l> GOOD lit Molt
t racked a Few Jn|*fa Before l*eax-
Ing New lorS,
New York. Oct. 17—William J. Bryan
breakfasted to-day with ex-Gov. Hton**.
r'ongreaaman Rlchnrdaon, hla private aec
ratary and Jack farrow, and at *.>
o clock the ©tart was made for th© Grand
Central depot to train for uj
*Tm In good ahape." aald Mr Bryan. "I
understand I'm to have an easy time of
It up the at ate, and I can afford to feel
H© laughed at th© Joke, for the fact
la that h© 1© to rook© speech©* at fre
quent Interval© of the tour H© apoke
bmit the number of persona who lost
their hat© by th© big wind at th.- outs.de
meetings last night, and h© snld the Re
publican party ought to compensate th©/-
people for the lose "The big Republican
wind from Ih© Weal carried them away,"
Before leaving ihe Hoffman House this
morning. Mr Rryan.turned to Htate Com
mitteeman Campbell and asked "Do you
think th® Republican© rightly gauge th
significance of hist night's demonstra
tion?*' Heveral person.* present answered
In the negative.
"The meeting carried Wdth It." added
Mr. Bryan. "Its own Kory. It wa© th©
largest demonstration 1 have ever wit
nessed anywhere on any occasion Th**
enthualasm wppeared to he sincere and
at all the m©e;tng* of last night my nud
Itor* appeared to be en rapport. I am
perfectly satisfied "
HILL TtMRING INDI4*A.
Dx-Xenatnr Made 4% hat He f ailed
Three Indisputable ©tatemenls.
Indianapolis. Iml , Oct. 17.—David B.
Hill mad© three ipeeche* ai Bhelbyvllle
this afternoon and addre*©il 4.000 peopt*
at Tomlinson Hall, thl© city, to-tngh
The crowd at Sheibyvllle wa© estimated
Tomlinson Hall was crowded to-night
An escort of marching clubs preceded
Mr. Hill from the hotel to the hail Mr.
HHt discussed imperialism and *at*l
"There are some things ©o plain that
they might not to he disputed, and among
them are thee©
"1. That this la a government hy the
people, embodied In a tin ion of state© and
baaed upon the consent of the governed
"L Cooqiewi ami aggrandisement a ©
A DETERMINED WOMAN
Finally Found a Fund That Cured
"When I first read of the remarkahb*
effect* of Grape-Nuts food. I determine*!
to aecure some," aaya Mrs C. W. Ald
ridge. of Rnlinbury. M "At that tim
there waa none kept in thl town, but m\
husband ordered som* from a Chicago
"I h*ul l*een greatly afflicted with sud
den attacks of cratr.ps, nausea, and vom
iting. Tried all aorta or remedies and
physicians, but d>taln©! only temporary
relief. Aa soon aad began to ue the new
food the cramps dtsuppfan and and have ;
"My old attacks of sick stomach were a
little slower to yield, but by continuing
the food, that trouble has disappear -I
entirely I am today perfrctly w*ll an
eat anything ami everything I wish, with
out paying the penalty that I •a©l to
We could not. and would not. kejq* hou
"My husband waa ©o delighted with th*
benefits 1 received that he has leaf> re
H>mmendlng Grape-Nuta to hi© custom©-
era and has built up a very large trade In
the food He ©ells them by the cay© to
meat of th© leading physicians of the
county, who prescribe Grape-Nut© very
generally There Is *on© satisfaction In
using a really scientifically prepare I
repugn int to the genius of our free Inatl
; tut lon a and ennot N* satictioneil.
"L There 1* iyo |*la e for Ameil'-an *xd
cnifs under our government *•
Mr Hill, in closing pa hi a warm trlh.
ut** to Mi Itryai He *pak* at Kva >a
vlll® tomorrt*w night.
mil U % 4 HOW D.
Tin* *r*>rttr Gave Hl© 4 lew a© to
44 Itaf 4 ona4l4ale© a Tri(.
Aber.leen .* D.. Oct, IT.—Senator Hanna
and hb p.ut> attracted a big crowd here
• h-day. .Mr. llt-inr.H began to discus the
"What Unit the trust?" a*ko | some on**
In ih* crowd.
"Well, my friend. If you will tel! m*
I what .1 ttuat is. I I! answer your )U->
tlon." aahl Mr Ilanna. No reply cam**
"Wei:. If you don't know. I*ll tell you."
ontli f-l Mr llititm A trust, under th*
law iind what Is known as a trust tn com
mer* is whero the st*ck of a corporation
Ih put Info the hand** of a trustee. arTy
ing with I* the voting power. Every sin
*; © otganisatlon of that kind ha
had ha existence In the t'nlted Btates h'u
l*een w tp* 1 ut thrmgh th* action of the
Sherman Iw n<l that law vu put upon
the statute Us*ks of th© Unl'ri Htatcs by
a KepuhlW an Oongre©.-."
Mr Hanna then proceeded with his
sp©* ch. but • tu*m nt later was again ln
terruid* and by a questir>n regarding the
('levrinnd Hhlpbull ling Asaodailoti.
"Say. S.n*tor that man think** the
world Is flit, don't pay any attention 10
him.'* veiled 1 farmer.
"All right." said Mr. Hanna, with a
laugh, "but 1 w*nuld like to stay all day
•ml discus* thl- 4 himk Hut I want to
t'*ll you ih.it th© flattest of nil flatness
will bn the Democratic party next
Cheers for Pettigrew mingled with
he* r* for McKinley and llanna aa thr
44 11 PHI THE 4(ITR I© (1,0411
llanna and Frye Mint** Speech©© tn
Huron, P D., Oct 17.—'The special train
N arlng nator llanna inti Ren ttor Fry*
traveled up an*l down through th© coun
ties of Central South Dakota to-day, In
th© districts where the vote, as a rule, la
doe** and where farmer* compose a great
*-r par: of the popuUn**.
Fourteen sto: a were made during th*-
• lay A good deal of spice was put Ini**
th** speeches at time© by sharp question
mg of\ the part of the audiences, w-no d*
slr-d to hear ©bout trusts and lmi©nal
Isnj Thin was true especially at Abcr
i***n. where Rena tor llanna was constant
Iv Interrupted during his speech hy que*
tions regar*ltng \artous phases of th
trust issue. Senator llanna apparently *•
Joyed then© in term ot lons anl lnvariabl>
At Webster he was visited In hi* car
by a delegation of flloux Imllana fr*m th*
Si-s*’ton reservation These Indians are ah
voters The most important m* ting of tn
<lay was held to-night at Huron.
4 04 klt 4 N A4444ERF.D TIIKH,
Iteplteil t* 4|ie©flon© %ddre©©el •
Him by Editorial©.
Detroit. Oct. 17—For two hour© ami
o quarter to-night lk>urk Cockrnn of
New York, discussed imperialism l>efor
an enthusiastic audience of 6.000 persons
In Light Guard Armory.
When lhe cheers, which greeted Mr
r*ockran'H appearance had subsided, he
picked up copies of two of the petrol:
r*ai*ers and proceeded to answer questions
asked him In their editorial columns.
! The ttrst on© was whether h© knew
what Mr Hrvan will do with ih# hnanro
t'f the country In case lie Is else led M
'ockran said that he had no right lo
answer th** question, except In ©0 far a*
Mr Ilryan'* character *|eaka for Itself
H© declar-d that Mr Ilryan frill enforce
any law found on ihe statute Utoks. and
he has no doubt that the presen 1 statute
governing th© currency of the
country, will he obeyed. "Rut."
said Mr Ovkran. "If there t*
any doubt as to the a?ablllty
of the present statute, then the Republi
cans who enacted ft have betrayed th®**
who votl for them "
The other question asked the speaker
was whether Mr Rr%an. If elected, would
•elect as hla adviser- what the paper
ailed the "conservative element of the
In answer to this Mr Cockran said
"I do not know whom Mr Rr.van will
consult, but I do know whom Mr. Mc-
Kinley has consulted I hof>© (hat Mr
Bryan will consult with the le* in hl
party I know that Mr MeKfnley has
consulted with the worst In hit party."
RTE4EY*O\ THERE. TOO.
ttryan'a Mtinvtinu Male I© 4l©o Tone
tnm Neva lark.
Watertown. N Y . Oct. 17 —A E Stev
enson. who |a making a tour of the state,
•rrtved In thla city this afternoon It*-
tv*© met at the ©tatlon by a large nnl
enthusiastic crowd, an*! was escorted to
the Woodruff House i>y n committee o|
.••a*ling Democrats To-night he was th*-
lejuling speaker at a big Democratic meet
ing held in th© armory.
1144 ON IN BALTIMORE.
He ©poke of Imperialism. Militarism
Baltimore, Oci. 17 Henator A O. R©
con of Georgia addressed a largely at
tend* and Democratic mass nteeettng at lur
ley |oirk thla evening ot which, as oi
the <*cHmtrm ot the Music Hall meeting
Monday evening, he spoke of tmperlthem,
mllllarlsm and trusts.
No 1,041. IPtSKHIFA.
Pliyslclan Instrurta It<.**•% clf Not
tn Talk Too Modi.
Marlon. 0., Oct 17.—A New York spe
cialist. who Joined Oov. Roosevelt*© iart>
at Cclumbu©. la treating the GovernotV
throat, and ha* onlercd him to make n
long ©|eeehes. The Governor’s throat •
foun*l to be In bad condition, but the phy
sic lan lielleve© with car*- It will hold out
through the campaign.
T | f
IT.MWONALITI OF THE PRINCE.
The Man In 44 horn 44 llhelmlna 44 111
4.lv© Her Hop m I tlnl.
I*rlln. Orl. 17.—Th.' xnnounrrm-nt of
yin-on Wllhplmln.’F bolhrothal ha. h-fn
■>rmpa*hllcallr rroriv..l by th- whol-
G< rmmi pro, (Uihuuffh n<nrly all Ih* pa
iwr point out that (ho *v-m la <l*old of
,Htlcal .laiilfirapi*. AU*nl!on la. how
*v*r. caU.al to Ih* fart (hn, her rhotr*
innol foil to airi'tiglhen Ihr ll*. of frknd
.hlp b*(w*'t> th* two rounlrl*.. M-nilon
1.. ma'l. of th* . I"' , r. I.itlona of lanmiaff*.
ra<-< and llli-rixur*, and of Ihr tncl that
lh>- Queen', mother wa. born in Germany.
The correspondent of Ihe A-HXdatrd
Brea, learn.- fiSm a rehab* ouree that
her .hole* la her own and agaln.t ih*
wish*, of Ih* Jlulrh oaMn.-'. who de.lred i
her o wait for another year or two until
her Judgment wa. more mature She took
tha matter Into her own hondr. When
rhe visited Pot.dum a year ago everybody
expected that her choice would he Prince
Ji.ichim Alhre.-ht of I'rtie.la. who paid
eourt to her a.nldnoii.iy an.l rescued her
and he Queen mother from a serious ac.
r dent while they were driving In th* tf.ms
At that time she seemed to he seriously
WUMAN'S REALM anil RIGHT
THE ADORNMENT OF HERSELF.
Like the Sun, if Adds Brightness to the World.
And beginning to-day on our second floor, we will
make such a grand display of novel tailored suits and
skirts that the most captious can’t but bo pleased.
This Is An Occasion of (irand Opportunities
New fall colors In
M.li* s All Wool
plaii*-l front bras*
Fr* n*-h '•© k
nVk'k oilinh, tin ©*
%l©eve; made to sell
at |3M; this
. A $5.00 W alking Skirts
1 (|| $3-50
W’l Women's Walking Skirt, nf Heavy
111 I Grey Melton Cloth. Inverted pleat., 8
111 I roww of stltidilng around the bottom; 1
/j I I \ made to eel! nt $8 00. We cut the prlo |
<1 C ■ $3.50
W/ A I l/IMfi All Udies iittlK Shirts. re/u- A■■
V> .ALIM. >ll | jr js.oo crealiens. (or to-day’s 1* |%
Qiy | i)TC 'filing just the thiait to wear to work. (H- I
r>!\ 11\ Ij shopping or rainy day. As lon* as ‘fir l|r W
fa rkr-n Children’s (,ol( Capes, my 10bby...5.175
fiOL r CAPtS Misses’ (101 l Cap’s, with lrio*e 5.00
Ladies’ Coll Capes, with hood 5.98
& BULL STS
The Leader of Low Prices.
rmltlen. Ih* Prince h. In* tall, grael-lo.*
Ing and amalt.le. hut ii 1* un.ler.food thai
rhe yielded lo the .trotig oI.J-clton. of
ihe Dutch cabinet, who urged th.t an
allianr.' wlih a Prueatgn Prince might
bring pollflcal entanglemente
The young Duke la In hehtt. and neio
ner a typical tierman off!'<-r lie ha.
traveled lo India and North ('ape Re
cently he hue been much In evidence In
Merlin an I I’otedam and In ,ourt. mlll
iary and .llp'.'fna.l- eo-eiy. where he >a
, appreciated a. an mdcfxtlgaWe dan ar.
M. |. aiao a tin* equeairlan
SKWB KHOil H HI KIIM.
The Dcu.l Roily of a Se.rn Founo
in n Thicket.
Waycro*., Ga Oct. 17 —Thl aflemnon
Charley Brown, a colore.l boy. dlecovere I
the dead teidy of a man lying In the lll
tte thicket of aapllnga In the wee.ern |~iri
ol town mar Dr K C. Folk.’ r*l<lence
11.- hurried Into the city and report# I
hie discovery. Coroner Jack .on Orlmci
impaneled . Jury at once and proceeded
io Ihe [dace It wae foun.l that the dea l
man wa* Tom Jam**, a negro fl.h degl-T.
well known In town. hgvtng
hut recently served a sentence on the
, ham-gang for .elllng whisky without a
Tom wa. drinking heavily of bay rum,
nlcohnl and any other concoction In hla
reach, and about i o’clock yesterday
morning he left hl hoarding bouse. *ay
tng he wa. going out to deliver oveter*.
This wa. the last seen of Mm until he
*a found today In the wadi. He wa.
lying on hi* coat, which had been
folded up for • pillow.
There wa. no mark lo In
<ll,-ate violence of uny kind an.l the Jury
returned a v. rdiet to the effect that he
me to hi. death from cause, unknown
in them, though they ewppoeed II to have
resulted from ex es.lve drinking
Mm. Bailie llowll did Mr f '°*
wet* married to-nlghl at th* home of the
bride's father Mr. Herrlan Howell couth
„f ,he city. The ceremony wa. iwrform
,.| hy Rev. M A Thigpen of Needham.
Mr. I> T Williamson, the well-known
tur|entlne operator, ha. returned home
fiom an extended trip to Whltevllle. N. C.
Rev L. L lfl< k.-tt of Wllmorr-. Ky . we.
;n town a shhrt wh l* a. h* wa. return
ing horn* from attending ’the Holiness
- amp merging In fiouth Florida.
Rev J M Glenn announce, a protracted
meeting at Trinity Church, beginning next
The mall carrier, for Waycroa* have
been announced. Out of fifteen, aptdl
cant. only five were .ucce.wful, the other
i.n falling lo .(and a eatlaf.ciory exam-
InatKai Then. I. coti.lderahle kick n*
.i th< part of the while boy. who *tood
ihe examination and who were turtle I
down, being rated o far below Ihe p*-
itr.ie* Th* micc.-a.fin one. are J. W.
I taxi, y of Way.-rooa and G. W. Held of
Ail. my. tM.tii while, ind William H
liKiwn, William L. Cooper and Raichll
Brown, Jr., colore.l Three regular ear
ner" and iwo substitute, will he, required
In W> the work They start Nov. 1. Th"
first year they get s?*> per motttn. ami
The Kurkin Rand will assist Ihe Way
rros- Hand 111 furnishing mtielc at Ihe
e.-n.l a S|e,'lol Me.aaae,
Rerlln. Oct. 17 -It Is understood that
Fmpoor Will am will rend a .p etal m*s‘-
.*.* tegardlng the ('hlncse situation to the
Relchatag When the- l.ody r uiveties on
Nov. 14. the date agreed upon to-day be
tween Emperor William and Count von
sls & $16 80 Suits A
Rplendldlv Tallorwl Butts, eut nfter Ihe ft
it,' m.-tet- an.l bought from the fincl
WMk'-rs much Imlowr llieir rcul value; SsL.^B
m.uli In M..mc*pun. i'lievieas, \ enetlan.,
etc Remember $ll.OO and 11*50 Suit, a*
roctltK %H O ANPMTHRTir.
ftQrrraifnl lar f Solution Injected
Inin the *pt on I I natal.
From lhe New York Herald.
Any device for Ihe relief of human pain
1* always a boon lo suffering mankind In
such a aenae muat be viewed Ihe new
tneihnd of anesthesia by ln)o tins r*.
calne eolutlon Into the spinal canal dls
covered by l>r. J. 1-eonard Corning, of
this clly. Although Hfieen year* have
elapaed since he wrote hla Unit artentlllo
arllcle on Ihe aubject, it la only within th
Inal few monrha that the medical profea
alon hat carried out hla suggestions and
proved Ihe truth of hla predict lona. Now
II would appear the more ihe principle of
producing ihle form of limited Inaenatbil
lly la leated the better pleaaed are thosg
who ore noting rrautt*.
For a long lime after ether and chloro
form banlahed agony from the operating
• able It wue the aim of surgeon* to dla
cover tome drug that would a.■< ompilsh
Ihe main purpoae In view wllhotti Induc
ing an unncceacarlly profound narcotlam.
There waa ttlwaya something weird and
dreadful connected with Ihe thought of
being auhjected lo tW* new bleep and be
ing ao absolutely and belpleaaly under the
control of another. I‘iven lo thle day many
patlenta have auch an Inatlnctlve fcr of
thcae powerful agents that the ordinary
terrora of the knife sink into comparative
Kapc. tally did II aeem dealrable that
anmethlng ahnuld he found which should
distinctly limit the area of Induced Inaen
slMllty lo the |atrt afTectrd and leave the
brain free to think Then came cocaine
to lake |ta piece In fulfilling lo a certain
egirnl Ihe required condltlona.
It waa while I>r. Corning waa atudylng
and experimenting to Inrreaac the useful
ness and more extended applicability Of
thla new and valuable remedy that ha
conceived end demnnatrated the praett
caliilily nnd comparative aafrty of Inject-
Ing the solution In question Into Ihe lower
tortlon of the spinal ran.tl Hy auch
means he succeeded in temporarily de
stroying all eenrltlvrnrsg In th*- roots of
the various nerves which have lltelr ori
gin In that portion of the spinal cord Aa
a consequence we now hear almost In
credible stories of patients who have
watched amputations of their own limbs
without the slightest consciousness of a
smart or twinge, and who could scarcely
realise that parts of their own bodies
were being severed.
Other operattons of equal severity hav*
also Ite.-n performed In this newly crested
urea of nn.mthes'a with like astonishing
results. The only thing which apparently
remains lo he done Is to extend the sur
face of Insensibility as safely and surely
lo Ihe upper portions of the I-sly. This
may pnesfbly be accomplished In time,
wrhen greater cxiterlenre with the use of
the solution In the present restricted re
gions of the spine shall warrant the requi
site ventures In other and more extended
Kvm as (he mailer now stands there la
great reason for believing that this prtn
clph of treating and preventing pain baa
very promising future and o compara
tively extensive range of application Al
ready ll has been ao aucreaafully applied
lo Ihe abolition of the pain* of maternity
that Its future use for such purpose la
—One of the suitors for the hand of
Queen Wllhelmltm of Holland, and one
who was considered two yenra ago to havo
a good chance of success, has Just died.
He Whs ITlncc HerntKird Heinrich of
Haxc-Wetmar. He waa only 21 years old.
His death was the result of a cold caught
Figured Bat ©© n
1 Cotbforts, fill©*! with
whit© cotton fancy
i stitching. Just such
* *r>mforts that sell
*t HR and l' <*>-