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TUB NOKXIXG A8T0KIAN, PKIDAY. MAY U 1901.
Account of Massacre of Mis
CONFESSED TO THE CRIME
M ! the ttca Helpt4 Kill Mluloniry and
Hit Wife Lail Fill - PriMtert
Hart Not Yet Beta Sea
teaced. BOSTON. May 23. liev. W. S. Anient
D.D., of Pekln, the nlsHionary of the
American board now hi Boston, has re
celved a letter under date of April
tPm ila as&x-iate missionary In the
North China MlsaUn, Rev. George D,
Wilder, of Tli Tain, which gives an
account of the massacre of Rev. Joseph
Ptonehouse. of the London Missionary
Society. Mr. Wilder aays:
"About ten of Mr. Storehouse's mur
Genera have been arrested and tried,
Some of them confessed. One of them
helped to kill the North China mission
arlea of the American board and his
wife last fall. The whole gang was in
the affair of Mr. Stonehouse. We have
sot bean) of any punishment being in
SEVERAL RIOTERS KILLED.
Russian Micha.itfe Strike for Eight
Hour Diy and Riot Ensue.
ST. PETE ctS B URG, May Jl.-(Deay
1 in trails nlgsi on) The Oboukhoft at-
moor plate ordnance works, a govern
ment InatltuUon midway between St,
x-eteraourg and soniuellourge, was
the jesae of a riotous demonstration
and severe fighting between soldiers,
mounted genJ'armea and strikers today.
Workmen numbering reveral thousand
men atruck Monday. The windows of
the factory on the Schluselbourge road
were amashid and the gendarmes fir
ed on the strikers, killing several and
wounding many, according to informa
Won given by local witnesses to a cor
respondent of the Associated Press. The
otdier were patrolling the districts in
eouplea when the scene waa visited this
afternoon. The Chausse was lined for
long distances by idle workmen.
The eight-hour movement is apparent
ly spreading rapidly.
PLAY CAUSED EXCITEMENT.
Presentation of "Electra" Causes Mob
to Stone Catholic Churches.
NEW YORK, May 23.-A dispatch to
the Herald from Lima, Peru, says:
During the presentation of Perez Gal
dos' play "Electra," In the theater last
niffht, there was great excitement in the
audience. While the third, four and
fifth acts were being performed there
were continued shouts of "down with
At the conclusion of the ilay a crowd
of more than 1000 persons started from
h theater in the direction of St. Pe
ter's church. When the crowd was
passing: the Merced church many stones
were thro.fn, but the police charged
Into the mob and drove It-on. At St.
Peter's church the crowd broke several
windows with stones, but the police
a guln dispersed the stone throwers".
CENTRAL LABOR BODY.
New Plan by Which Future Strikes May
CHICAGO, May 1 23. The Chronicle
In the course of Important confer
ences to be held between labor leaders
of natlonul pranlnenee In this city
within the next few days, an entire
ly new plan for a comprehensive cen
tral labor body In Chicago will be
propos.ii and urged by National Presi
dent Butler of the Bridge & Structur
al Iron Workers Union of America.
In his Int?rviews with President Gom
pers, of the American Federation of
Labor, Mr. Butler will suggest tlut a
solution of all problems In matters of
labor organizations would be provid-d
by the simple plan of having a building
trades aectbm adl?d Co Chicago Feder ation
CONFESSED TO MURDER.
Fed Poisoned Candy
CHICAGO. May 23. A special to the
Chronicle from Jacksonville, 111., says:
Wllliatrt W. Ferguson, the negro, who
is held by the police here in connection
with the poisoning of Dr. Joseph L.
Biirnes, today made a confession in
which ie admitted to the authoritle
that he had taken a box of poisoned
randv to the patient and fed It to him.
HI statement clears the mystery
which surround?d the case and the
widow of the dead d'ctor will likely be
released. She is a professional nurse
and wa reontly arrested at Edina.
Mo., and brought here on being acces
sory b?f jre the fact.
KAISER WAS DISPLEASED.
Did Not Want Von Bruening to Marry
Divorced Wife of Gordon McKay.
NEW YORK, May 23. According to
the World, a private cablegram receiv
ed recently in Washington announces
that the kaiser has relented in the
case of Adolph Von Unfiling who was
dismissed from the German diplomatic
corps on the occasion of his marrl.igo
to Mm, Marlon Trent McKay, at me
time the wife of Gordon McKay.
Mr. Von Rrucning hits been assigned
to the German dlpbnu-.lc esiab'lslmn m
at Tangier, Mon-vo, as first secretary.
The post is not to important as his
previous one that of secretary or the
German embassy at Constantinople
and his friends believe that the kaiser,
although he has unbent m fur still
wishes to eniphasiie his displeasuro ov
er the marriage.
The wedding to.k pliu-e In Washing- the priest's badly decomposed body
ton at the brides home In April. l. ami of the subsequent arrest of Stan
and was attended by manv ilislin- ,.y. After the illceman hail teat I tied
guished person. Mr. Von Uru-'nl.V I Assistant District Attorney Gurven
took his bride Immediately to Berlin and asked for an adjournment of the ,.se
th-re both endeavored to propitiate the , until a report on the chemical analysis
emperor, but In vain. f the stomach and Intestine. .f ih..
The bridegroom was at o:ue rel'evcd
of his post and was off the diplomat
ic list from thai time until now.
German official av ;hat the kaiser
and the ambassador obj-vted to the
marriagx' priudpilly because Mrs. Mc
Kay is several years older than
nusoana ana sue was a divorcee, ine
Von Brutrnlng family is one of the t plo!l)n r lllin t caw for any ai-r.'-wealthiest
and most important in Ger- j tl,m he niBy have teen guilty of In
manv and the kaiser wished the young j not reporting the death of the man to
heir to marry on- of his own country j ,he wUc. TluU is a matter with which
women. j ,ne naj nochlnif to vio. We all
know that Dr. Witthaus. the chemist, is
PLANNING A HUGE STRUCT! RK.
New York to Have an Exposition Struc
ture at a Cost of J7.000.000.
NEW YORK, May 23. Plans are un-
der discussion for a Jubilee exposition
In this city In 193, to commemorate
the physical consolidation of the bor
oughs of the metropolis by the com
pletion of the rapid tranait syBtem. It
Is further planned to give to New York
a permanent exposition structure, which
will have accommodations sufficiently
extensive to house the greatest con
ventions. While the enterprise still Is in an em
bryonic state. It has been received with
considerable favor. A corporation will
be formed for the purpose of bring
ing the project to its fruition. nd
among others who are considering its
advisability are August Belmont. A. J.
Cassatt, Senator Chauncey M. Depew,
Thomas F. Ryan, H. H. Vree'.and. C.
Oliver Iselin, John B. McDonald, Na
than Straus and Alfred G. Vander
bllt. Those who are now most actively pro
moting the exposition, plan tha: it shaft
bo in every sense a practical commer
cial ent?rprise, organized on business
DrinciDles for the purpose of bringing
New York Into closer relations with
the broad Interest of the couutry. Al
though an expenditure of 17.000.000 will
be Involved no subsidy will be solicited
from city, state or nation.
Announcement has been made that a ,
site has been selected and real estate
has been obtained on Ling Island sound
near the topographical center of Great
er New York.
TO STUDY OUR METHODS.
Two Representatives of German Navy
Arrive in New York.
NEW YORK. May 23. A. Schwarz. J
hief constructor of the German navy.
and Professor Ernest Von Halle, nave !
iust arrived in this country for the
purpose of studying mr indus'rial :
methyls on b-half of their government.
They will visit the Cramp and Newport :
New s ship'ouil Jing vard. also the Bald- ;
win Locomotive Works. bei les ;nakin? i
an Inspection of various imi irtant ,
manufacturing undei iak'ngs in Pit's-
burg, Clv!ani and other industrial '
Wilhelm Kertrank, general manager !
of the Prager-Eisen Industrie Gseiis-
haft. Vienna, said to be one of the
largest iron and steel plants on thr em
inent of Europe r principally engaged
in government work) who has been
In this country for several weeks pat.
will sail today for Europe. He is un
derstood to have made some prelimin
ary arrangements with various west-
ern manufacturers for the extensive)
shlnment of machinery to be Installed !
the Austrian plant. Further con- i
tracts wiH, it Is said, be placd on his:
return to lenna.
SETTLING AN ESTATE.
The Millions of George Oilman Soon to;
Be Divided. i
ATLANTA, Ga.. May 2':. Fiasr J.
oilman, or mis city, one of the claim-;
ant of the estate of George GUman.
the millionaire who died in March last
at Bridgeport, Connecticut, has return
ed home. j
Mr. Oilman announces that, the con-!
test ovr his half brother's millions hasj I
about reached a settlement an 1 i
expects that a partition of the
will be made in the next
The heir-, it seems, have about con
cluded not to make a fight but ai
willing to have the estate dividel into
Mr. Oilman stated that he was i-r-fectly
willing that Mrs. Blakeley jjll
should have something from the e-oate.
She will probably g-t $'9.0Hi, he says.
BRITISHERS HOLD THE CCP.
NEW YORK, May 2:,.-The WorM
One of the most Interesting ft-aiuri-s
of the present eason of rlo will be
the attempt of the American players
to win back the American cup cap
tured severaJ seasons ago by a pi:ki
team of British players. The Ameri
can players will select a crack team
and a series of matches will be ar
ranged, to be decided on the Internation
al field at Hurlingham.
DU. STANLEY ARRAIGNED.
Supposed Murderer of Father Phillip
R.'fore Coroner Hausoh.
NEW YORK. May 23. Dr. Kirk
Stanley, the masseur arrested In con
nection with the death of Father Phil
Hps, ha been arraigned before Coro
ner Hausoh and his examination set for
May 31. The bail was reduced to $5,.
tHHV Stanley was takvn bnvk to the
Tomb In default of bail.
At the hearing before the coroner.
Poliivman Redmond tolj of finding
dead man could be received.
Abraham Levy, counsel for Sranlcy,
protested against an adjournment de
claring there a absolutely nothing
"There is no criminal charge against
him," auid the lawyer, "and it Is a
hardshin io hold mun on s.k
not active in furnishing an analysis
In such case. I ask that you pro
ceel with the examination or discharge
i Coroner Bausx-h granted the adjourn-
i ,nr -n.i in ,t.inr ...
j ... make a aaret,me,,. thlLt the
orofessor who makes the ana ysl shall
furnish a report within seven days. A
longer time will not be tolerated by me.
I see nothing of a damaging character
against the defendant other than hi
folly 4n failing to report the en . I
do believe that Stanley was cog-nizam
of the death of the priest."
When Coroner Rausch returned to
his office today he found it had been
broken Inn, the roller top desk in which
ihe coroner kept his paper bad b-.n
pried open and there was evidence that
the Daoers had been ransacked. The
coroner believes this was done by !er
sons wishing to learn the real name
of the woman known as Mrs. Stan
ley. AFFAIRS IN CUBA.
Vote on the Piatt Amendment
Question of Mortgage Fore
closure. NEW YORK, May 23. It has be-n
shiwn, siys a Havana dispatch to the
Tribune, that the Cuban constitutional
convention will reject Gualberto Go
mez's report as the first step toward
accepting the Piatt amendment. He
urged that if the convention helJ out
and refused acquiescence to the amend
ment. Cuba would be in a po't'on to
appeal to the world and ultimately
would gain absolute independence. His
1 followers now admit the defeat of his
! proposition but after that will endeavor
. to enbarras the delegates who want
a majority repart adopted. Several
i members who will vote against Gomez
want to avoid a direct vote on acc-ept-
ante. Morna Delgado and BerriW. who
have prjpocel modifications in the ma-
Jority's resort will, nevertheless, sup-
The sugar planters' ass siation ma 1
a formal requ-st to the convention to i
intervene in the question of mortgige
foreclosure, which is one of the in'Nr
perplexing question with which the
Ameriean administration Is confronted
Governor Genwal W.xhI ha extended
the time of the order against fore-
closur till June 1. but announces that
no further extensions will be granted.
In the meantime a special commis
sioner has been trying to adjum the dif
ficulty but has not succeeded In formu
lating a plan satisfactory to both debtors
and creditors. The merchants' un
iom, a strong financial body, has op
pi.i the suiCar planters' convention and
has lately refused to Intervene on be
half of the latter, on the ground thit
;he subject is beyonl it Jurisdiction,
Its action is Important.
CANADIAN MINK ROYALTIES.
i Statement Showing the Amount Coller.t-
ed In the Klondike District.
batti.R. Vav 23 -An official Mate-
m,,nl r;(,iVed at Dawson from Ottawa.
shows that up to the first of thi year
j the total royalty collected from the
K,,jn,jikf. ,ar.er minen by the Canadian
,.f.rm. to run l- fit
The tat"emnt also contain the infor
mation that the total revenue received
by the Canadian government from Yu
kon territory since 1896 amounts to
This includes receipts from royalties.
! customs, oublic works, fisheries, f-e.j In
! various departments, land sales, rental.
' timber due, placer grants, salen of
, miners' certificates and the like.
The excess of receipts over expendi
' tures for the consolidated fund for the
! entire period since 1896 until the first
j of this year i 1679.382. With the pub
: lie capital added to the expenditures,
i the excess of receipts over expenditures
I STEAMER WILLAMETTE FLOATED
M-u.-hinist and Boilermakers on
Steamer Have Struck.
"VICTORIA, B. C. May 23. News has
beoii received from Union, B. C, to the
efff.-ct that the steamer Willamette
w hich went on the rocks some time ago,
was floated on Monday, and as soon as
she "was lifted from Where he has been
lying she heeled over and bad It not
been that she was hurriedly put in
shallow water she would have turnel
turtle. As It was she fell over until
her bilge caught on the beach and lie
half over with the water up to her
hatches. With her hull emptied. It
seems the heavy wrecking apparttus on
her made her top heavy.
The Union machinists and boliot ma
ke i-s who have 1mm at work on the
Willamette have struck In consequence
of advices from the machinists' execu
tive In Seattle.
THEY SMUiHlLKD GOODS.
Sailor of the Buffalo Possessed
Many Valuable Article.
NBW YORK. May 23.-.cc.rding to
the Herald, many of the the hundred
odd sailojs recently brought home from
various ship and stations in Asiatic
water by the United State nuxllini-y
cruiser Buffalo, violated the contldeno
of the officers of the ship by sniuK;llnK
into this country nuiny dutiable u rt i
eles of value.
Sailors with band on their cap le;
tere I ' I'. S. S. Buffalo." li ne 'ic. n o
mg ai'imol Brooklyn during the la si
few day offering for sale p'lves of
Chinese silks, curious of all .-.i:s and
partlcur.iily some vase.
Mst of the sailors brought back on
the Buffalo were nien from the w stem
part of the country, who enlists! In
the nivy when the war with Spain be
gan. Several of the Buffalo's officers when
questioned deny any knowledge of th
fact that the steamer brought any du
tiable article Into port, file officer ad
mitted that It wa psile for al
ors to smuggle. He said:
"All of the men we brought Uick suw
service In the Asiatic squadron. About
a 100 of them uw service In China.
When we started for home t'rmilou
wa granted many of them to bring par.
rots and other birds, monkeys and
"chow" dog tbred In China.).
'Each siHor brought with him his
own kit and bag. Now what was In
those bags and kit we do not know,
for we did not examine them. It Is not
customary to do so. It u p,.sib!e that
some Bailors brought Chinese silks and
vases a gifts to their friend or to
their sweetheart at home.
"All of these were discharged w Ii-'Ji
we arrived and all had good sum of
money with them. It Is possible that
some (vf them were robbed and ha I to
oll the things which they brought home
NEW STEAMSHIP LINE
One to Be Estiblished by Haytlen Gov
ernment Between United States
NEW YORK. May 21-Th-- Journal
of Commerce says:
At the office of the consul-general
of Haytl. In this city, the report I
confirmed that the Haytien governrm-iit
is trying to have a new line of si.-ain-shiim
established to ply ln-mwn the
United State and Haytl. Th s step Is
being taken. It is Slid, because of the
reported agreement between the Camer
on line1, the Atlas line and the Ihiu-h
West Indies line to increase freight
rate on merchandise shipivd from the
United States to Haytl about t
The Havtein governni-tn Is anxious
to IevHo( trade with the I'nited Stated
and .It is stated, is doing all in its
power to assist Haytlen merchants and
the commerce with ihbt cmiiry. Nego
tiation with a view to inaugurating a
new steamship service ;n In fact al
ready und-r way.
AMERICAN CAPITALISTS ARRIVK.
Railway Magnates to Hold riecr.-t Con
ference in London
NEW YORK, Mav 23-Th- London
correspondent of the Tribune announces
that passenger by three steamers from
New York eame up last night to I vn
don, among them being Mr. Yerkes and
other capitalists Interested ln ei.-ctric
railways and other deals, and many
guest of the chamber of commerce din
ner. Important syndicate operations ar"
predicted as the ivsult of s-cr.-t con
ference in the next few rftiys.
With the arrival of Mr. Yerkes. Iin
doners are already looking forward to
a complete transformation of the city's
underground railways, but the difficul
ties in the way of conversion of the
district and Metropolitan railway arc
STOCK LOOKING CP.
NEW YORK. May 23. Northern Pa
cine sold up to 201 during the day.
The demand was believed to be du- to
the requirements of Iondon shorts.
Anything connect'-d with the Northern
Pacific corner has not lost its pow
er and it was the ilisturbing Inlluerir
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PROSPROTa IN MEXICO.
Country Ha Wonderfully Improved
Under Rule of Dlaa.
.m.v ioiik, .May as a xvial to
the Journal of Commerce from Wash
AH Interesting view of the present
economic statu and future prospovt of
Mexico Is presented by Dr. Walter E
Weyl, who ha recently spent six
month In the country on onr mioclal
work for the dcpirtment of labor. Pr
eyl availed himself of hi Interest
in economic problem to study Infor
maily th" tltunvlal development of
Mexico and the pivpect that the long
stride taken under President Dlaa will
not le retraced If he dli or retire
lr Wevl I .ltlstl,s that Mexti it has
re.ich.'d a position of pollical stablliy
which will not b,. Impali-ol by a change
In the head of the government. He
.iys that when the country was the
theater of frequent pronunclaimento
and revolution, there did not exist tin
present mean of prompt communication
by railway and telegraph. A revolution
might be In full progress for several
week In some distant province before
the new would reach the capital and
action to suppress It could be taken. The
condition ur wry different at
pnwnl. They illustr Ce 'hi' chain '
wrought In the political and vuomlc
world. Any government w,.iiby of th
name would be Informed at the ear
liest moment of anv outbivak whldi
might occur and would be able to des
patch troop prunptly by rail to i!m"
.t:e of the dlturban
The influx of Amerlcm .capital tuid
the manner In whk-h It t concent iat"l
In the hands of a few great railways
and banks also make f .p order and
the Permanence of exltlng Institution
The Mexican Central railway and other
leading railway employing many bun-
Ireds of men. have wide financial mid
other connections and will naturally ex
ert their lnlluouce In favor of order and
a conservative athl continuous national
The American, he find, ure 'tlworlt-
ing mot of the large enterprises of the
oountrv. especially the raJIwavs and
tlv bajiks. alth.mgh the Gentians have
recently est.lillhel a strong Institu
tion. The Germans are monopolizing the
harlware mark't and much of the re
tall trade while the Spanish element
keeps the groceries and other m.il
hops. It In the Americans, however.
who come forward with new protects
rid aluiml.int capital to carry them
out. and they axe reoognlz -d every
where is a growing, though unostenta
tious force in pronotlng g.d govern
ment and th caintinuou Influence uf
conservative class- of Spaniards nn I
Tin- peaceful transf.-r of r,, i4 from
I'resideit Diaz to a comiietent succes
sor would. In the opinion of Dr. We) I,
tend to strengthen confidence in the
fit'.iir- of Mexico rath'T than to Impair
It. Such an event would demonstrate
that th.- country dl 1 not cNnd for Its
security and progress upon the ife ,if
a single man now that he had put the
nation upon it feet. It i ext I'M tha:
President Diaz will pnu-tlcaliy cho,,se
h own successor through a misb-st
siigge-ij.in to hj friend In congrtw
and that the man thus designated wlil
1 lei te, with little opMlSltlo:i The
election is tirade by coiigresn, thereby
avoiding the strain and excitement of
a popular vote. The choice for th
new president will probably lie between
Linmantour, the pr"Tit minister of
(inane-, and G-n -ral Reyes, the head of
the war department. Both men are lib
eral in their political sympathies, al
though Limantour belongs to the old
arist uratle. element. It Is because uf
these aristocratic connection that the
choice is more likely to fall upon Reyes,
who Is popular at once with the masses
ami w th l he army. Both Limantour
and Rey.-s are on cordial term and
possibly h i agreement may be rei.hed
by their friend by which the form'T
shall hold the office for a term and the
other be ch'sen later.
PROP )SED CONSOLIDATION,
NEW YORK". May 23.-The Journal
of Commerce says:
It Is rcjdirtei) that the Union Lead &
Oil Company which la now planning
the acquisition of the AiruTlcan Lin
seed Comp iny will aJso acquire a lad'ge
number of linoleum and oil clofh con
cerns. The report cannot be confirnvd,
but It is known that a deal Is n pro
gre" for the cunsolldatlon of the lin
oleum intercta. There are Intimations
that if the consolidation is accomplish
ed It will be closely allied with if not
control' '1 bv i m- ..apltallms back of the
I'nioii I. ;i 1 1 I Company.
GENERAL CHAFFEE bH.AJKD.
LONLON, May 23 A dicpatch from
Oenerjl Chaffi-e was told as be was
about to b-ave pekln that there were
two cas -h of smallpox among the In
dian troops in camp at Totiku, where
the Americans were to procn-d to board
their transports. fierier il Chaffee Is
now awaiting devclopmont. In the
event of being held by quarantine be
will probably move up the P-l River for
SEARCH FOR OREOON BOY.
Ross Widdlhold Mysteriously Disap
peared From Placentla, Cal.
SANTA ANA. Cal., May 23. Ross
Wlddlhold has mysteriously disappeared
from Placentla and Sheriff Lacy is
searching high and low for him. Young
WlddihoM returned to this country from
Oregon two weeka ago In search of his
elder brother whom he claimed was
being detained at the liuo of George
I lintli. a spiritualist wt the head of
riacciitla avenue. On Sunday lnt
Wlddlhold visited Hind's much, since
which time hi whereabout an. un
Sheriff Incy pieoedi'd lo I'laccntla to
search Hind' ranch and to arivst ttotli
Illud and a unm named Thab's. The
slieilff searched the pivinlsc but could
tlnd nothing of the young man. lUnd
told the slicrllT that the oilier Wlddl
hold boy died last November; that Itoss
Wlildlliold came to hi place Sunday
week ago and that they old him to
leave at once. Sheriff Lacy will con
tinue the iuvcMllgWtlou.
JOB FOR CADLTS.
Men Kxpclcd io WiH'k for Venezuela
WASHINGTON, May ::i.-The live
Wes; Point cid.'l dUmisl ycterlav
Itcwlhy. Cleveland, Keler, Linton and
Mahaftey w ill not apeal for clemency
to the war department. They have en
tered the erlce of the New Yolk &
lleriniidese Asphalt Company Tbl
came about through General Eiiincls A.
Gn-t'ii, one uf the chief official of the
trust, He communicated with die war
department and Informed Secretin y
Itoot that the five young men hid cull
ed upon him in a contrite and repm.
taut state of mint asking for hi ad
vice and asMlsunco in shaping their
future. They slated that no turpitude
was involved in anything Hint was
charged against ihetn and General
r-ene apparently wa of the name op.
Inion, for after hearing Ihilr story he
proposed to Secretary R.ioi o employ
the men In ihe service of Hie n"phHt
Secretary Root promptly responded
that th war department had no ob
jection and that It wa true therr wn
no charge touching the InP-gr'ty uf the
!). hut only a Pvhnlcal vlohitlon of
discipline. So one of the young men
Will lmmedlatlr to VfliestieU Gen.
cr.il Greene having taken them into
Service, and the other will be disposed
f according to the engineer'ng need
of the company.
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J. B. F. DAVIS & SON.
WIN EI ELD S. DAVIS
.M5 Sansomc Street,
BEFORE YOU BOY A PIAfJO OR Al ORGAN
It will j my you to write
EILER'S PIANO HOUSE
OPnCR: 351 Washington St.. Portland Ore.
We are the great profit killers and filuno price regulators of the
Northwest, unl with our special facilities can sell a tine piano or
organ for less money than you can get them elsewhere. Write
today. Catalogues for the asking.
Our stock includes the three greatest American pianos the Kim
ball, the Cliickering and the Welter together with eight other good
EILERf PIAN0 MSL.
Cures INFLAMMATION or PAIN inside or out.
Cures GRIP, Colds, Diphtheria,
Sore Throat, Quinsy, Asthma,
Croup, Bronchitis, Hoarseness,
urmis, Fever and Ague, form
ing Pevers.Sour Stomach, Colic,
Heartburn, Stomachache, Chol
era Morbus, Cholera,Diarrhoea,
Dysentery, Flux, etc
Cures Fresh Cuts, Jams, Sprains,
reions, uurns, eoldsores, Heaa
aches, Backache, Earache, In
growing nails, Corns, Rheuma
tism, Rusty nail thrust in flesh.
mi ,. i . . , '..iimi.iinnini.uHi.iiiiMHiii ,1 i.i jcniw worse,
LUllDlaina. Pmnnn Tvv Kir.na A: Wu feared he would die. wunn coiiii.iene.,it
RtiTurd ftf ft,I.A.' 1MI.JI1I!'
v ivmuwua ikpuiiwo
St. Vitus' Danco.
For Pull UformatlOB of thin and other of DS. FENNEB'S PRESCRIPTIONS, auk your
arit or w4 t Dr. Feiner. rtadonla, H. Y. for pumiblit csutaluiug certlMcatca of
mm t the sitit ramtmal. turei .tr actiltTed by madlolo.
CHUISTIANA, May 23 -Tlie affection
from which llenvlk Ibsen, (he Norwe
gian tlrmnatlHi mid pot, lui ietiHy
been suffering Is now diagnosed a nr
lil a I paialysi of Ihe larvrnx HI voice
I piiuilcHlly gone, be walk with much
difficulty, using a cane, and speak
only a few word eonxeeuilvely.
Ill general hcaJlh I now Improving.
SUES Ft R DIVORCE.
NEW YORK, May 2.1 -A special
from Washington t,, the Herald say
that Mi, I'Xher Itaitletl Clark, who
has been called the "violet bride," filed
a petition In the supreme court of th
(llstHcl of Columbia ivis-nliv for a di
vorce from Ipt luislmml, Jiime King
Clarke, of PittHtmrg, alleging des.-i tloii
I'ltlCE OF MAY CORN.
CHICAGO, May 23 After many
week of itiitalion of value, May corn
tixluy sold at 4.1 cenla a iuhe, five
cenl luwi-r than yestenlay'a dosing
price, unil 17 i-voi under ih highest
price of Phillip' manipulation,
May 23 Tae.iina, It); Sr
PORTLAND, May 23 After Ihrre In
nlngN. the game was xniioie, on ac
count of niln. ivrllnd, 3; Spokane. 0.
TO GO TO MAN1LV
NEV YORK. Mny 23 Mr Clwff"'.
wife of General Chaffee, rd her daugh
ter. Mis Helen, have left here for San
Krancimo They will sail from tliem
for Manila In a government trans
port. WHEAT MARKET
May 23 WlMiit. Walla
"AN FltANCIHCo, Miy 23
December. 103; (.!. 74 .
CHICAGO. May 23. Wheat. July,
opening, "3t734; cloning, 73.
,IVERI)OL May 23.
OEF1CE IN THE WORM).
CAUL A. HENRY
Saa Francisco. Cat.
& CO., AGENTS.
I wan suddenly taken very III. fxerutlutlng
'pain In client unil very (Trent weakness, (treat
drops of pepiilriLt.lon coiiiImk out of every
pore. My skin turned blue unil felt I could
not II it un hour. To wult for n doctor would
h live veil too Into luiii In this extremity I
took fine ttihlii-HiHKiiiful of Ir. Fcniier'n (lol-
den belief In llio hiiiimi of witter uud was
quickly mid periiiiiiKinlly rulluvud.
r . V. I RNNKit, :w N. WiudilLRtou 8U
ItochcHUir, N, Y., April 24, 1(100.
I.iHKiiTV, I'a.. March, II, Kkhi.
IhaveiiHcd Ilr. Ken iter's (lolilcn Itellefln
rny fatnlly for years. It perinaiicutly cured
me of li very laiiiii buck. I hnve useil II fur
quinsy, neiirulKlu, lieiuluches, enriirlin, very
nail cum aim lor icciicriii rutniiy purMmcH and
huvu found It unfailing. W. ll tNiiv Khkkk.
Flat Woods, W. Vu., March 27, WOO.
Our little AldlneliOiiifitithsiiliI luul anumi..
cornplulnt4 weeks. We tried muny doctors
mid reincdiiiH nut iKicontlniieil to jrow worse.
I"' Kemmr's Ooldeti Itiilluf und it
ciiecieu a quick anu pcnuniiiuit
Mrs. John M. Hbahkr.
"Akron, O., Jan. I, int. W kav aold many win of
roar It vital' Dance aiwrlflc, uid cvrrr w ovrnt bjr
It. It bu pnvMl blmlM. ALUCH-CL4HK. BRVUCO.'1