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WEEKLY OREGON STATESMAN, .Tuesday, September- 11.-1000..
The American Government and Minister Wu
Held a Consultation.
Russia Is Said to Have Agreed to a ftomprfcmise With the Powers
Emperor William Is UnBsaally Mild in
Mis Expressions. I t
LONDON, Sept. 7
Austrian foreign office,5 according to the
Yienna correspondent of the Daily Mail, that
Russia has agreed to a compromise, leaving
a portion of the troops in Pekiu and sending
the main body to Tien Tmii, which will he
the military headquarter..
WASHINGTON,: Sept. 7. Minister
Wu arrived In Washington from Carpe
May this afternoon, and altltonjcli jr
was near lit' close f ih 4fTi-ial day.
h praH-ft ded dire-tly to tin- State De
partment. It is nnderjtd. that lit
iiceived an intimation th.tt the De-parltm-ui
official- wit desiroas of run
fcrring witli him, hence his i.-t urn it
Washington. -. ' . i
Tor neaiiv an hour tin- .M illicit r wa - j
lost ted wilh Acting Sccietary Hill!
inul Assistant Setrerary Adce. tlit
door being locketl in, if;'' meantime
mi I liot cvu messengers we-,, allowed
n t rami'. None
of !! pa I ties lo tin- j
fiitiiiiuiiii-arh as to
Itltl at its conclusion j
Dr Hill repaired to tin White Dolls.-i
Willi a orlfolio well tilled Willi !ai rs. 1
For ssevei al hours preceding i In Minis j
"ter's visit Ai ting Se rt tary Hill ami!
Assistant Secretary Adeo hail be. -en '
engaged In a tcoiifcr 1.1 e. and U was
iallieiiNt 1 hiii. tin tieuotiati.iiis iclail"
to t'hlna wi-re apprnaehiiiu aiiotiici"
phase. Mini that aitoiher proiioiinee
nieinl of some kiinl was in preparation.
mi npav Mri:.
Wahifuitoll. Sip. 7; .The slateln.ill
was in.'Kle tonight that ito n.-v 11 :
liail heeli s.t to I lie "Imi wits oil the
Oiiliese .siltialiti. The I'nile.l State-
Jleteil ly itil the plii'M.-e of ha-
ililj nil eaily sett lenient if the t'hill:-s"
ipiestioii. ;i ii I prefers that the Allies
shonM reii:.i:u iii I'ekin until a seii'
iHieint is ileiillilelv feaeheil. I tt t it is n
. it era tell ihat. shmihl atty .V-ui-m with
draw Its 11-1 Mips. ihn our I loveriiiiieiit
Wollhl dt likewise.
I'iMtM fii ai pi'i:.
AVashiiitoa. Sept. 7.-There was a
dearth of ot'.iei.il iiiformaiiuii fniiii
rhina lodtiy. !eneial haf!ee ot
llirollli a lislli h d.lteil Sepleliilier
1 at J'ekill. ilidiea I ill that eoiiriei'.-s
SI !- slill elitploe to elose the ti-le-rapli
line of eouiiutiiiieatMin U tween
Tien Tsin ami lt kin. This dispafert
liclile 110 liielllhin of the military ftilll-
aiion mid It was inferred, that affairs
'in I'ekin remain quiet.
Thi inessajie eoiniuends t'ol. Aaro;i
S. Iajii;ilt. l-'otirteenTh rn'Hed Slates
hffaiitry. for Ips -4.111.11111 y a! Van;;
'I'M'n. .mil for his trallantry and -xee!-leltl
siitMTVisiou of the allat k oil the
urates of 1 hi lniM ii:iI eily, Ani;ust l"!h
l( I xaid Ih.tl tienetal rhaffee roiom-
' memls that he In made ja hriadier
ineral of the I !iild Stales army,
t'oloml liasrtrett has nine iimnlhs iit
wiive iM'fon attaiiiiim .ears. If
pi uiioled p hri'jradier jrenefal. tJeneral
J 'ha flee slates. Colonel Dasrirett will
t fch'dl.v aipt letiiemeiit iiiiinediately.
Ttndou. Sept. S.-1 Sn I nrday). Tho
'hin,-s -rlsis presehts no new fea
tures this iiioiiiiii. N'othiiti: appears
lo le eerlain regarding Ktissia's ae
lion. at t ins si iteiii. nts at e made in
Vienna tind Iterlin. with an nsMimed
The "blood may he in bad condition,
pet with no external signs, no skin
eruption or sores to indicate it. The
symptoms In such cases being 4 variable
appetite, poor digestion, an indescribable'
weakness and nervousness, loss of flesh
and a general run-down condition of the
system -clearly showing the blood has
lost its nutritive qualities, has become thin
and water. It is in just such cases thai
S. S. & has done some of its quickest and
most effective work by building up the
blood and supplying the elements larking
to make it strong and vigorous.
My wife used sev
eral bottles of S. S. S.
as a blood purifier and.
to tone up a weak and
emaciated system, with
very marked effect by
way of improvement.
"We recard it a
tmMt ton if and hlnndS
purifier. J. F. Duw, I
is the greatest of all
1 tonics, : and you will
.find the appetite im-
' proves at once,strength
returns, and nervousness vanishes as new
rich pore blood once more circulates
through all parts of the 'system. j
R 1 i t1u ml nmvl muiHi
blood pxirifier known. It contains no min
Send for our free book
on blood and skin diseases and write out
physicians for any information or advice
wanted. No charge for medical advice. '
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO ATLANTA. GA. !
CONFERS GE HELD
It is asserted at the $
:ir of authority. but th- balance of
op.n'iill lean : the b-'. let lti.lt Russia
is still to adhere to her de-
1-ioii to .alii pckin, whatever fin
id her Bw r:'. mat do.
i'l'lu- sniili iiivlv ni. (derate tone of Kui
l-ror . YVilMam's speech at Stettin is
ir in-.'i rtiii-i rkt i. There was nothing
f the "mailed list" or of revenge in
lis llltOI.Hl' e's.
According to tin- Standards Moscow
e.?i"ptif;rh-it. Kits -i i's . ,1.1;! a hi ma;n
ly -oii-t-i lis Main litiria ami sin heeds
tioops float Pck in to assist in the seiz
ure :f that nroviucc. which is looked
i upon .is another Egvpt. Here I in
I v i I l'i ' ! :! V. .1 1 from !!.; U- ,. .-;.!....,,. I
.,,., ,,, .,. ., -
it of ii.. principles of The Hague
I'-i-rliu. S 7. From pieseiil indi-i-4tlhiiis
(J iiii.iii wil' niake lite si iii;
l tiaval demon-1'rat ii.iri ever made at
Shnnuhai. namely ten warsiiips. ::oo
9yie!i and H; l'uiis. A'speeial dispaleh
fipin Aiiiy says. oth .l::panese and
Iliiidish iii.iti'ies were withdrawn to
day, and that eveiyi hiai; there is
A -eeial dispaleh to the t'oloirne (I.t-:'.'-lliv;ijilioi!lii-es
that all elasses of the
I't'iln -s. p i.lll:l I ixll ltelieve t he I 'hiliese
4iae Ix-eli vietorioiis over the allied
W ANTS AX KSOOIiT.
I.i-l'dtni. Sept. 7. --A s)M-ial diiati ii
from Shatijiha i says I.i 1 1 nn Clian
h.!r-, nade :t -reipiesi for an Anierieau
e;.-oi t to ai i'ompany hiin on his jour
niy in I'ekin. and that I'nited Stales
t'onsrl tfiMKinow Is eotisideritig his re
(1 in st. .ow tliat a proposal more in
(m formii.y with i!ie orh-inal Ameiie.111
.iiieiiMiitl.it ion has appan-i-tly niet
!ili 1 he approbation of at least a 111a
jurity of- the ptwers, the Itritisli for-
SIU Cnid CHEN lOIl fENGlU,
Chinese Kuvuy to Iondou.
eljru iitlirt hn allowed It to l?eoim
lU tiuitely known ;hat the British v
ermoent is of the opinibu that It is ad
visable f.r the allied forees to remain
at I'ekin until satisfactory nrrauire
li'ents for Ka. '.etc.. nre eotielmletl
with t.li fhlnese tloverniiieiit. .
Wnshington. Sept. ".The Census
Rnreau. np to last night, had ta I tula ted
return. of fifij-fonr oitie. These Khoiv
a popnlation of 14.01.711. Thli is an
averajre Increase In Mpnlatlon, imt
city, of 27.m iHr cteut. The same eit
tv in 1M h.nl n itnimilatliinof 11
1oi5, a total irain of 3,4fVt,tMi. '
Sereral years ago the late Payson
- 1 : .
I - : -
Turker. the railroad man, was on the
mountain division of the Maine cen
tral I'ailroad. and looked orer the
ground: of one of the station. nays
the New-. York Tribune. Xothlnjr tuore
than the" usual t'onversation ' itasse-K
and he retnrnoil to his car and went
haek to l'ortlaud. s Nearly a year pars
ed bi-fore he had occasion to i-all at
the station ajraln. and then he stepjied
oft the car ami aske! ileasautly:
"I o yon liave all the ht4i yon want
het-er i i i -i ' '
."Yes. air: all that we need."
"Quite sun- you have enough?"'
"Y-. : lr; there' is not much to lie
done at ko small a station."
"U'ell. I feared yuu were rusheil and
could not 11ml tluti to remove that
He of old bricks I saw th last time I
was here." ? . - ;: .
With that th general manager of
the road stiHMtl over the pile of
brick t. and. without removing his kit!
gloves, continued the work until the
last one was neatly piled up.
THE TURNING POINT.
Bit 1 ('HASH
IX TIIK t'OTTOX
The Mu hesier. England. Cotton Mill
Have Closed oil Account of the
XKW YORK. Sept. 7 Totlay marked
the turning : point In the great bull
inoYeinent in cotton on the. New Or
leans. New York, and Liverpool cot
ton exchanges. With a crash, amid
tremendous excitement, prices fell 2.1
to V,'J points 011 ojienlng. while the
elosv was weak at a net loss of 10
to 'S iHiints.
The Manchester spinners today le
eided to close down their mills, heing
unable to lnanufaetitre cotton' goods at
tlie pieseut ahnorin.il prices demanded
lor Ameriean cotton.
Iojidon. Sept. M. -The morning pa-li-s
toiiiinent iimiu the seriousness of
the .-risi-t which' has arisen at Man-
hf ster. where .suffering is likely to le
eau-ed by the h!lelie:s of 'tile opera-
tiev, nt esH-eiaIl y if, as 1: possil.le,
the stoppage continues into October.
Tte .ro-fts of a sati.-iettuy
AlPtrican cotton crop are reganled as
A Fe.v Pointers.
The re.ent statistics of the nuiriber of
deaths show that the large majority
die with consumption. This disease
may commence with an apparently
ha rmless couh which can be cured
instantly by Kemp's Balsam for the
Throat and Lungs, which is guaran
teed to cure and relieve all caes.
Price 25'. and 50c. For sale "by all
IN THE LAST DITCH.
KUUfiEIl MKKLY TO MKET WITH
If He Tries to Enter Portuguese Ter
ritoryEngland May Secure
' Dclagoa Bay.
XEW YORK. S..pt. 7. A dispatch
to the Tribune from London says:
The news telegraphed from Lisbon
yesteVtlay that a military expedition
Iinmi strong is alxout to leave the Tag
ns for Lourenco Maniues. has caused'
much s'leoiilatioii as to the Portugt
esc intentions in South Africa. For
Rhine iinie it has been hinted that im
portant deveh-jftnents in Portuguese
policy might shortly be exjiected. and
many jeopie itetieve mat there Is a
siiret agni'nieiit between tJreal Brit-
aid arfd Portugal, which will cuabh
the former power to exercise a long-
idi'rish(Hl right of pre-empliou of Iel
agoa Bay. Others connect the 1'rotti
guese reiiiforcemi'tits with an inteu
tmn to retuse me Boer fugdjves an
asylum in Mozambique and the deter
mination of the Lisbon 'ovcriiinont
no longer to MTtnit the Hutch forces
to draw supplies from Dclagoa Bay
as long as tue irnnsva.il was an
initepeiHieiit state Portugal had no
right to prevent goods other than con
trahaud of war reaching the frontier,
nor could she irrevent unarmed burg
hers from entering the territory: but
if Portugal recognizes the British an
nexation of the Transvaal as valid
she will .he entitled to treat the Boers
as re!els against a friendly state, ami
could refuse to grant Kruger or other
leaders of escaped Boer comrt-itauts
Iei mission 10 sick reruge within rtie
domains of King Carlos.
The English ('overtime ut is extreme
ly anxious that the ex-President should
not slip through their lingers, and
Portugal would certainly 1m doing the
I ntlsh a very ginnl turn if she denietl
the old man asylum .and so comiwdlcl
him to stirreiKler to lrd Kolx-rts. It
w still more important that supplies
from Mo7..lmbhpie should !e eut off
from the .various guerrilla bands which
are quite likely to remain In the field
even after the, tiual collapse of Botha's
There are many signs that the mill
tary authorities regard the end of the
war a close at hand. I.rd Roberts
Is making preparations to return to
Kngianil. and has already sent four of
rns cnargers down to Caiie Town. The
t.eneral, lielief Is that I ml Roberts is
eomln i borne to take np the post of
Coiuniander-iu-'liief of the British
Army, which Iord Wolseley will va
afe in October. Other indicaliotis of
the same kind are that the iiersonncl
of the army transport m the Orange
River Colony has leen paid off and
disl.andetl and the Imperial Yeomanry
and Scouts employed in tiiat eountrv
hare arrived at Cain. Town, also with
the object of receiving their final pay
prior to embarkation. It Is hoped the
war may be declared offlciallv over be
fore the general election, which Is al
most certain to Ik in October. " -
The grealer portion of Lord Ro!ert
army will Imre to remain in South Af
rica, probably under the supreme com
mand of Sir lied vers duller, several
months longer, but they will lie con-
.-..oereti as eiigageu in police o orations
on an extensive !cale rather than as
(w-cupied in a regnkir campaign.
.r'oL 110. tlh In ,he Salomon!
that Sh- Cliarles Warren ha been ai
Itointed to succeed Lord William Sey
mour In command of the British trooi3
in Caoada. and nothing n-into. L
known of Any uch annointment, either
omciais in rail Mall
t.'eneral Warren himself.
Twice-a-weefc "Statesman, $1
Eight Speeches Delivered on
Trip Through tbe State.
HARD WORK Of THE CANDIDATE
Nebraska Republicans Paxil Editor
Host-water, of tbe Omaha Bee,
for U. 8. Senator.
ORAXD RAPIDS. 'Mich- Sept. 7.
Governor lioosevelf arrived in thi
eityit-4; o'clock this evening, and wan
aiHorded a great demonstration. To
night he spoke in the Auditorium.
which was crowded to its utmost, and
later made a brfcf speech in Power's
During his trip through Michigan to
day Governor Roosevelt made eight
speeches, beginning at liay City at?
$:.'!0 o'clock litis morning, and ending
at Hastings at 5 o'clock. The crowds
at the various stopping places during
the day were large, apmet-iative ami
resiMjusive. The New York Coventor
is pleased with his Western reception;
although he complains that he is over'
worked. He says that, while his
health is robust and his strength
equal to any ordinary demand, he will
be glad when lie crosses the Mit higau
state line into another state, where
the central committee dot's uot work
its candidates so hard.- .The Covemr
will sleep here tonight in his private
car, and go to South Rcud tomorrow.
ROSE WATER LLMW.
Omaha.. Xei.. Sept. 7. At the Doug
las county primaries today, the pre
feienee " ftr ru'rted Stales Seualor
was submit ttil. Etlward ltosc va 1 or.
of the. Omaha Bee. aud John L. Web
ster, a leading attorney. Were the can
didates. 'Itoscwater delegates wei'i
elected from every precinct. The coun
ty convention tohiorrow will name
twelve candidates for the General As
sembly, pledged to vote for Rosewater.
Saratoga. X. Y.. Sept. 7. -Every dele
gate who lias arrived here reports that
Richard 'roker has the upper hand in
tin contest for the state Democratic
convention. If is said tonight thaU
nit of the 450 voles
ics in the convention,
rol -77 . The fa;ti(u
("roker will coutr
controlled by Hill .has to its credit 14i
votes. It takes 22' to control the con
vent ion and Croker starts off with a
total of "JS certain. Hill coutrols the
votes In thirty-one counties out 'of
sixty-oue in the state. Croker con
trols the votes of but tifleeti counties
outright, while eleven are about equal
ly divided between the two.
The ticket senis to favor Stanchtield
for leader. If. however. Stanchliehl
should not want to run. Maeey is
spoken of for lirst plac with 'oloue
Rtiwe. for l.ieutenaut Govrruor. It is
lwlieved. however, tliat the ticket will
Im made as follows: j
Governor John K. Stanch field, of
Chemung: Lieutenant Governor. W. F.
Mackey. of Erie: Secretary of Stale.
C. !'. Rowe of Reiisi.-ilaer; Controller.
Edwin Atwater of Duchess; Attorney.
General. George II. .Palmer, of Scho
harie. HILL FOR BRYAN.
Herkimer. N. Y.. Sept. 7. Sonato
Hill who Is visiting here was Serena
eil tonight. Hill made a speech - i
which he declared his lovalilv to the
ticket, and predictitl that Bryan would
carry New York unless the slate Dem
ocratic convention acted unwisely.
Mr. Hill said:
"It is needless to
heartily in favor of
Bryan and Stevenson.
say that I am
the election of
with Bryan in some matters, I ined
that I earnestly desire
COCHRAN COMES WEST.
New York. Sept. 7. - It was antioun
dd today that Bourke Cochran will
take the slump in the west for Bryan.
National Coiiuui: teeinan Richardson
called today on former; Scretary of
the Treasury Carlisle, and ttuj two
were together for an hour, Richardson
sahl he got no satisfaction, and Carl
isle said he 'knew his own lain I. hut
preferred to make 110 statement.
MAKING A FIGHT
Boise. Ida.. Sept. 7.- It, is annoiiiiccd
this evening that Senator Allen ' of
Nebraska will deliver ' live -seeches
in'- the Northwest next week. He
will be at Boise 011 the loth: Caldvyell.
on the llth: Moscow."::' on the i.tth:
SiMtkane on the llth and Wallace on
4 'has'. A. Towne addressetl a meet
ing at Weiser tonight. (Tomorrow af
ternoon h will seuk in Cahlwell, and
in evening he will siea,k in 'this city.
FUSED AT LAST.
Virginia City. Nev.i! Sept. 7. Tlie
Democrats ami Silver parties effected
fusion last night ami today nominated
F. C. Newlamls for C-oogress.
HE PACKED THE TRFNKS.
Never! Allowed His
riM Hard Work.
I :': -
Wife to Do
No man w ho ever K-pied a se.it in
either house of congress had more
friends than the late John i. Ingalls.
He had many bitter enemies as .well.
who were Lishetl unmercif nllv on oc
casion by his sharp tongue. When his
family wtjs alnuit to Ii.ive Washington
party of friends called to -bid him
good-by. ..'. - j '
"Now. Mrs. Ingalls." M hi one of the
kidies. "we must not ! stay a minute,
but say a hasty good-by. for vou ni
doing your last packing ;
No. 1 am not hnrrhiL tlie said,
'and have next to nothing to'naek"
Everything is packed. Ir. Ingalls dl.1
It. 1 tell you. It is a great-thinr- tn
have a husband who I :o Jielnfiil .nul
elTectlve as mine Is."
How does he get time for pmrr.
thing?" was askeil. '
It puzzles me." safcf Mrs.
"but he does. I am glad, everv dar of
iny life, that I married a good packer
aud a good buyer.".
She went on: "Mr. Ingalls M has
fairly siioHeil me by his universal use
fulness. lie can do just anything.' He
ran buy a horse shrewdly, and he
can build a house as It should lie
4mllt. and he superintends the cutting
and sale of our wood at home, ami
lite running of a farm. To lie an ed
itor and a lawyer Is iouimoii place, but
Mr. Ingalls can 1 trusted to select
buttons ami match rihliou! What uo
you think of that? He Buys our car
pels atid curtaius and KrtIeres. and
they harmonize. He can do the mar
keting. Xow and then lie picks out n
lMtuuet down town and fetches it
home to me.
"One day wTien I was home af Atch
ison a tig Iwx came to im by exprss
from Washington. I iieuiHl It aud
foil ml two dressis handsome dresses,
brand new. I saw at ontt that a
mistake had lieeti made, for I had not
ordered any osilimes. ami I lieg.in to
pack them away again -and wait till
tl address was corrected. When Mr.
Ingal's came up from town I told him
aliout It aul woiideretl whosi lliey
were. I got thini and exhibitetl them
to him one .a rich gray silk and the
other a tnVeSy lace rolie. He. actinl
pu.zlel about it. but said 4Klter-try
them on and if they litted'me keep
them till called for. I. did. They fitted
like a glove.. The oufeoine of the-Inquiry
-was tliat he had voluntarily got
(lit tit for me when he was ip Washing
ton 'a lliombNtcfore. He sdectfl the
silk and the I:K-o and all the nuiterials
and carried them to the modiste "who
had my measure, ami there they were!
This lace dress I have on this minute
is one of the trophies of that occa
sion." MOTHER OF THE IMMIGRANTS.
Mrs. ,: . It eg iu:i Stuckleii's Distinctive
VrkrTh Right Woman in the
(Jolin (ailuier SMed in Ainslee's.)
"Probably no two women in America
come so clmse to a varieil jM-rsoual his
tory as Mrs. Regina Stucklen,- Chief
liisjte-tor of the Women's Department
of the Paige Oil ice, and well-known
as the Mtvther of the Immigrants, and
her assistant. Miss Taylor. No church
in all tlie metroMdis solemnizes so ina
ny marriages as tin Barge Office, and
110 matrimonial agent 011 earth ar
ranges so many .weddings as 'does
Mrs. Stucklen: and lieiieath the ma
jority of these there is a saving pro
tortioii id' romance that Ieavetieth the
whole heavy lump. Thus there are
compensations even in the most ardu
ous tasks and amid surroundings thai
an repellent to si Tctimil feminin H
"Personally, with great lwuignity
and with signal absence of official fus
siness, Mrs Stucklen regards, the
wants of all the women. She learns
not only whence each comes, hut
whither each wishes to go ami what
each pnt'iHises to do. Of the struggles
with the great problems of existence
iu all countries -a ml in all grades of
social life. Mrs, Stucklen knows
enough to till Volumes. The Mother of
the Immigrants is a woman of
strong personality, calm, firm ami
sympathetic under most . trying situa
tions, ami to the would-be bride, who
has arrived a strangi-r in a foreign
land to meet her promised husband,
she is at once counsellor. ' witness and
rriemi. .s aiHtut three humiicd mar
riages take place annually at the
Parge Office, or directly under it's aus
picej om solemnization for every
working day of the year anil as Mrs.
Stucklen i in pi ires into the intimate
history of each matrimonial affair she
has more than an ordinary opiNirf uni
ty to study this interesting side of life.
Whither hey go ami how they pros
per after leaving her guardian care,
the inspector has little opjMUt unity of
knowing whether to found ltoiiorahlc
and prosperous families, or to fail and
fill tin pauiior's grave. Barely one
per cnt. of them ever retains enough
grateful memory of her services to in
form her. But there are rewards in
knowing one's duty well done: and ii
there is a seeming ingratitude 011 the
part of brides and grooms alike, it is
Itecause tlie Government, ami the
Barge Office as one of its institutions,
is a tiling of odium to the average
inmiigrant-H he thing from which he
tied when he forsook his native hills
and valleys; and the sorrows and trib
ulations of the detention pens the im
migrant seeks to blot from his memory
as sjn edily as' ossihlc."
af terdjpjh'tl raac uesnbunnSiiuo) taod A
CALIFORNIA'S BIG 1'OI H.
They Have Changed the Face of
(Arthur I. Street In Ainslee's.t
"E,tly in the -days of California big
brains, aidd by large wealth, learned
lo conceive large undertakings. This is
the secret of the success of the Cen
tral" Pacific Railroad both in getting
itself built and in getting into I'lick
Sam s treasury. Realizing the valii"
of the state's resourciK to the I'nioii
at the time, and the inipoi tauce to the
r.nti-.secesioii ini!thnces of a transcon
tinental connecliou, tin famous ouar-
teiit of Iliiuliiigtoii. St.infrd. Crcker
rnd Iloiikins. with less lliau $ItNi.(NNi
capital iM'iwi-eu ineiii. lanin licit an n
terprise licit cost more than $40.inmi..
i am.. By the same daring ami hardi
hood, the same broaoness ot comep
t.'i.n. ami the sain resoun efulhess that
was common to every line or action in
the state, tlw , cnai lei wrestetl 1101
,i 'one the landed subsidj- from the
Fiji led States, but also the guarantee
of -the bond which lias only lately
lfsn clc.ir.il up by .--the. reorganization.
piul the agrec-neut to liquidate m in
stallments. "Th-- 1 obstruct ion of the Central Pa
cific, togethe.vwitlk that or -the I'tilon
Pacific, virtually sdiditied the domain
of the I'nited States and oened the
Itossibilities which are now develop
ing on the Asiatic side if il pacific
xeau. Sahl Aa Whitney, one of the
buoyant promoters of the" railroad:
You will Kee that it will change the
whok world. . . It will bring the
world together as one nation, allow
us to traverse the gloln In thirty days,
civilize ami Christianize mankind, and
place, us iu the centre of the world,
compelling Euroe on one side and
Asia and Africa on Ihe other to pass
through us. Mr. Whitney's priqihesy i
was optimistic, but it has n.il Inhh
without confirmation. The western
lore of the continent lieing once tied i
and railed to the eastern idope, t he !
natural drift of human Interests and
of clrllized progress towartl the Orient j
was facilitated. Actual business was!
advanced possibly a bundled years be
yond where It. would hare lieeii had'
there he;n no gold ..discovery iu Cali
fornia. So soon ns the rails were
joined, aud the locomotives began lo
puff over the Nevada desert the .ships
which had lieen plowing the Pacific to
bring Chinamen to the gold ileitis e
gan Jit Im enlarged. The same coin-
. . T . . 1 ....... . 1 - 1...?.. . .
panics 111.11 suicieti in ousiiioss at that
time are now oitoratmg not only 1
t ween .San .Francisco and. China, but
as well Is twee 11 San Francisco- ami
New Zealand; San Francisco and Aus
tralia, aud San Francisco and Tahiti.
1 ndeed. t he entire Pacific ocea u tra tlie
of the present time takes Its lwgiiu ng
from tlK time when California l i am,"
scaled by railroad to J the Eastern
TO STAMP OFT
Action of the
The provincial loarl of hortit nliure
which has been iu session for several'
days, concluded its labors t.11 Satur
day afteriUMin. says It he Victuiia
Times. Chief among (the decisions
reachiHl was that lo enforce th-J fol
lowing, clauses: ;
"All fruit whelhifi
grown 111 this prttviuce, ttr exposed
for sale, shall be subject to inset i ,,ii
under tlie' authority of the lK.atd. and
if found to be iufcctisl with any in
jurious insect pest or fungus disease.
Diiallt f ,1 iil,liniil lui-11 ill (11.1 j M- J-
itroyitl. at the exeiise of the owner
of said fruit, by khcIi niethiMis as t he
iMiard or lis agents may direct, with
the result that this regulation should
li immediately enforced wiih !vs.,:t
to honie-growu fruit in cases of infec
tion with fungus disease."
"All persons shipping, sending ".r
delivering -any fruit, fruit l rt-t-jf scions,
cuttings or plants within ihe roiii,t.
shall place upon of securely attach to
each box, crate or other package or
,.. ..1 J ,1 k 1 4, i 1 i t ,r tliat 421111, k i 1ik.Ii...t
, , I 1 lllllllllllll. . .,, III.. (Ill, I
stamp, mark or laltel.. showing the
f .1... ...... I.. ..I.i
11:1111c tii 1 ut- ii t.niti 1-1 nun 1-.11 1 ncr or
sender. Ii4id Ihe localily xvln-re giowu,
but ltoxes and barrels containing fruit
shall be stencilled or? stamiM-.l w ith
letters not less than three-quarters tif
an inch in length.
Messrs. Cuiiiiiiigh im and 1 -i I i-r
v.'e.e appoi:itd to look into the plum
ot. saitl o be pi c alent iu some p ir
tioiis of tiie mainland. The Im..i'ii are
of the q i nit hi tiiat this disease can
t cattily staiuped out. ..if the proper
fiiecautions an taken ill by tlie de
struction of infected- fruit, whether
011 tin grouiitl -or- 011 the trees; rji tit'
the foliage wbcn.lt falls:, and t.5 a
thoiough spraying during dormancy
witli doulih strength of BtirdeauK
mixture, to be folloWftl by another
sjitay before the buds break with the
same, dilution. I Ik same to be contin
ued -at intervals until tlie full growth,
shall have been well-nigh reached.
During the j.caso'1 the members of. the
board, will themselves .conduct spray
It. was also decided that an illustrat
ed bulletin on insect pests and dis
ase.s should be immediately published'
for fit'. distribution among tin fruit
growers and farmers throughout the
SCARCITY OF FEMALES.
Reading. Pa.. August "o. - A shirt
factory has closed down in Reading
and will "move to Newark, X. J.. be
cause of the scarcity of female help.
The knitting mills iu Reading want
4n more girls, but they are Hot to be
had. and the cigar factories. which
want ISM', are in Hit same predica
ment. For every domestic . who wants a
situation then ate ln" applicant for
her services. - j
Tin prosperous and growing ci.y o
Hunt burton. W. Va.. was naniei. af
ter tin late Coll is P. Huntington, who
piojocted tlie place, ami some .'
years ago purchased the land tini
which' it is situated. He subsequent
ly conveyed the property' to' the Cen
tral 'Land company, a corioralioii in
which Hie was chief sto khoMer ; 1 P
of which lie-was ' special .receiver; at
the lime of his death.
Many chemists regard sulphur, car
Imui, arsenic and .'.'some 'other sub
stances as elements. M. Fitlic.i. a
French savant, however, says' that
arsenic is not an element, but a com
IMiiuitl of phospnorus probabl.r with
oxygen and nitrogen. He has ...blaincd
arsinic by treating phosphorus with
a large numlier of oxidizing -agents,
such -as initric acid, mtx'h1 t' ba''
1 1 111, etc.
By -using a lymph discovortyl by a
Paris physician it is now possible, ac
cording to reports from-that city. M
regenerate the nil ghdutlcs in tin
blood of leers. Dr. AietschniktilT of
the Pastetlr institute is the discoverer,
and lu thinks that when he has im
proved the scrum he may e able hi
rejuvenate- the organs of the huiiinii
Mrs. Stanislaus Yeszyk. the repre
sentative of the Polish phoiograplii'l
of Chicagao at the convent ion of
Ani!-ricaii Photographic assisdatien at.
Milwaukee, is one of flu few Atil'u
professional photographers in A nicrica
and the only Polish woman in
Flitted States who makes her living
by her camera.
A New Jersey woman lias invent ! .
a rapid .clot hex prinkler, coiisisthiS
of two sections of tin. which lit tight- ;
ly together and the surfaces of which "
are Hrforalid with, small holes '
Is left resflug In a Innvt of wat-""-while
ironing is going on.-. When it: i -
desired to sprinkle the clothes "'the
sprinkler Is scIzihI ami shaken over
"How do you feel now?" asked the
rescuers. - '
"Like'n JiWy trtiKt." 'gasped, the
half-drowned man, faintly. Then they
rolled him on tin barrel some more,
for they, too, were financiers. Har
Twice-a-week Statesman, $1 a yfar.
Fine Job piin'og. RUtesraan Office.
SOr. Wintamii' Indi.iJ r'f
Ointment will cure thn.
m.iin? and Itxbmg
'iUs. It absorb- the tuinora.
allay tbo ltcbiut at once. c
as a noulUcc. ifivea Instant re
lief. JJr. Williams' iDtllan Pile yiue
ment is Dreoared tor Pi lea an' ca:
lair of the private parts. Every bo
warrani41. JJv dnurdstf . hr mall tn re
ceipt ot price. M ecata ana f 1.00. ttILUf
HAMUF ACTUSISS CO.. rops.. cievelaoU. ouit
For aJe by all drugffiitt.