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, vilf DEMINGr GRANT COUNTY, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY FEBRUARY 19, 1808 " NtHiS
N8 BLOWN OP
rcd by a ltetloils
la muni lurbofi
Iff AHjtBOAED ABB MfefittJdi
n Ii ,Kti Kaewn Raw Hear Ar fil.
1S.Hmim All t,d-nl.t
'startSkAtibt In Saving Orr
KTMm yb, 18. At 9 1 40 o'clock
tak nlflht &ribla iplo!on look
on bourd tb UatM BU(s Uttl(v
tbip Maine In IIatam harbor Miiny
irm killed or Tfoandrd. All the boat!
bl I ha gpattUh ernlwr AUonw XIII iu)
fektod la Mvlng the men. As yet the
ccqmo! tho csploibn In not KppAtnt
Th troBnKl joldtom and nattor at Urn
Wlno Br? BaWo to explain U.
Th explcwloH shook tho whole city.
The windows trwa broken In alt tho
The eorrwpgtidenof the Associated
Pmtt t&j h ituoonrorsed with sornrsl
of the won titled mllort, and nndenttsda
. m mum.
from lhm (hat the explosion took plnce
trhl'o ibejr wore tuleop, no that thoy c&n
glvo no particular a to tho csnira.
Tho wildest consternation prevails at
Harana, The irhaires am crowded
with thousands of people.
tt IsbelloTcd the explosion occurred In
small powder tnagasino.
At 10 1 -15 o'clock what remains of the
Maine was still horning.
Cnptain Slgaboe and tho other offloer
fcsva lo n paved. It la estimated that
nrerionnf he crow were killed, Lnt It
Is Inipnsftfidi as yot to glvo ejutut dciallfi.
Admiral Mmitorola nrdnml that boats
of nil kinds hanld ko to tho iwiiUKinra
ef tho Maine and her wouudod, Tho
Havana firemen Ravn much' aid, tending
carefnllr to the wounded tui they were
teTinht on shore.
Cleneral Solano and the other generals
were ordered by Oiiptnln General Dlanoo
to take steps to help the Mtlne'a crow In
very way possible.
The eormspondqnt of the Associated
Frtss was near the Malm In one of the
Voata of the cruiser Alfonso XIII and
aw the wounded who corroliorate the
statement of those first lutorviowed that
they wero already asleep whim the ex.
Captain filRsbeo says tho explosion oo
corrcd in tho bow of the vessel. He re
ceived a wound in the head. Orders
were givon to the other ofllcora to savo
themselves as best they could. The lat
ter, who wore literally thrown from their
bunks In their night clothing gave tho
nnoesaary orders with great self posses
ion and bravery.
The first theory was that thero had
Veen a preliminary explojlou In the Ban
U Barbara (nutgnzlno) with powder or
dynatntto btdow the water.
Admiral Antorola believes that tho
first explosion was of a ffretutdo shell
that was hurled aver tho navy yard.
DI8PAT0H FROM 8IQ6DEE.
B MetIB StrUrr Umg tit lb Av
riclani la III Main.
"Washington, JTsb. 10. Ulxa sccrotsry
of the navy received tho following tclo
gram from Captain Slgsbcot
"Maine blown up in Havana harbor at
Pt 40 and destroyed. Many wounded
and doubtless more killed and drowned.
"Wounded ind others ou board Bpaulsh
msn-of.wnr and Ward Una steamer,
ftsud lighthouse tenders from Key West
for crow .and few pieces of oqnlp
ment still abovti (water ) No cue had
olothes exoept thorn on him. Public
opinion should bo suHpemled nutil fur
ther report All crfilours bollavod to bo
wved. Jonkins and Msrritt not yet so
counted for. Many Spuilsb oflleers, In
olndlng representatives of Blanco, bow
Tvltk tno and express sympathy."
Bocretary Long recvlved Ospmln Hlgs
bee's dlspatoh but a few minutes Usfoie
flie Atsoolatml Pnm dlsitahes from
Havana lnrtl hltn. Ho mjlvod
the news wltli airent calm and his
first aoC was to comply with Oaptaln
Slfc'itae's mtUKit that asKlstatico be snt
front Key Wot. Ho Immediately wired
Captain Forxytho at IToy Went to pre
r.d wjth tho naval tebder Fern to Ua
Secretary Long then sent for Captain
Dlokou and tho two discussed Captain
Bigibee's brief Ulegrata. No other
liaval officers were present.
While neither the secretary nor Capt.
Dlakeua are iucllued to dlscnsa the prob
able cause of tha aoehisnt, several 'ing
gectlons w-re ventured upon. They be
livo Hint it may have been eanwd by e,
ilre in tho btuikors hwtlitg the bulkhead
t lwern,UbiUiii forth last three days,
tntf hay& ct'Ciirrnl whllo liispeatlng UmmuililnMs still mJoas."
aig.l expotm for terpifJ. dftUforrt
Vhls k were sfecatetlett, aad ik seere
rttTy U anxlossly wsit!g a caerade
tatled report from Oapwla Bigtbeo.
Later ths eeeretary Mat another tcl
gram to Key West AtrfoMng that th
tender Man grata also bs sesl to
Tho Malao waa a battleship of tha
second class, and was regarded as oae of
the beet mhlpf In the nary, Bho was
bnllt lit tha Brooklyn navy yard In ISM
at a cost of 14,668,009. and carrird 674
men. 8h was 810 fwt long, 6T feet
broad, 31. G feet mean draught and 664
tons displacement, fibo carried four 0
Inch and tlx bMnoh hroochloadlBg guns
In tho main lattery, and seven 0'pound
and ono expounder rapidflre guns and
four gatllng In her secondary lattery
and four whitehead torpedoes.
Tho oflleers or tho Maine betid
Commander Sfesboo wro t Lieu tenant
Commander RicHtant Wayrlght, Lleo
teunnt Oeorgo V. W, W. Kolesan,
Lteutviiatil Ii. John Hood, LUatsca&t
Carl W. UngeH, Ltentonants (junior
grade) George P. Blow, John T. Dion-
din and 8. W. Jenkins Naval Cadets
Jonas H. Hohlen, watt T. Oloverlcs,
Araon Dronson and David F. Boyd, Jr. t
Surgeon LueSen G. Hoanlrter Pay
master Hyan Chief EnglaMt Obarloe
?. rowall, Rut AuUuat IJsRlnsa?
Freutnok O. Bowers, Aesumst Eq
glneers J. B. Morris and Danvln R.
Merrltti Kaval Oadots (eaglneor dtrls
Ion) Pope Washington and Arthur
Crenshaw i Cbaplalu John P. Chad
wick; Pint 'Lleutrtnant of Marines Al
bcrtns W. Catliui Boatswain Fraaels
K. Lnrkln j Gunner Joisph Hlllt Csr
pontor Qenrgn Helms.
Tho nommander of the Main, Captain
mgsoeo, is a ravorlto in the navy lUtpart
mont. For four years ho was chief of
the hydrographlo ofOoe, atid by his en
ergr brought the office np (o a hhjh
standard. Hp wasluoky tiget so Im
portant a ihip ss the Main onnrlderlng
his actual rank, whloh Is that of a com
mander, but he Immediately Juatited
tho depart m'"! lodgoeut in the eelso
tlon liy nutiitng hU ship straight Into a
dock In Hew York harbor to avoid run
ning down a packet excursion boat.
This was a display of qntek judgment,
nerve and pluck that pleased the depart
ment so highly that the captain wa
sent a complimentary letter.
CULBERSON TO MILLS,
Th C)oTrjiirr Aaursrs ihe SoUr i
to the Silrsr Iua
Austin, Feb. 10..-H would appear thai
Governor Cnlberlon has decided to pick
np tho gago of battlo tbrowu at bis feet
by Roger Q. Mills. At any rate, ho
routs lack at Mr, Mills with vigor and
In s pointed way. Governor Onlbenoa
handed out tho flowing In ruff td to
SonatorMUl'a antniiulvnrKliu on bis
tariff rlows and other things I
"Senntor Mills' endeavor in hhi later
view, a well as iu his formal announce
moot, for reasons which ought to appeaf
obvious to all, Is to obscure tha real nnd
paramimia Usua in tho campaign and
create antagonism between tho advo
cates of free silver In Texas. It is
enough to say now that ho will not bo
permlMod to do either. All the Isinr-s of
tho campaign will bo squarely met, but
tha chief concern of tho Democracy of
ii.. i- ii.. . 1.1 ... i r
do not mistake their character, will bo
to requlro of Senator Mills an answer ef
his abandonment of tha cause of bttuet
alltsm In It hour of peril and to send to
Iba senate one vno wul not merely
promise to vote for It, but who believes
in it and who will advocate the rvauwil-
titatlon of tllTor"
THE SILVER FORCES.
Uneralli SVpatbt 4 Silver ltnt
llen titne Art1iwi.
Washington, Feb. 18. Tho addresser!
on behalf of tho Democratic Populist
and silver Republican parties, which are
the result uf the conferences which have
been In progress among the lead or
of these parties at tho capites
for the past few weeks have been
Issued, Thoyecekto unite tb num
bers of tho three parties in future elee
tlonsupon tho financial Usuo as tho
question of paramount tspcrtasco and
ore sending appeals to each of tha par
ties to consolidate all along the line fsa
The address to tho Democrats! signed
by Senator James K. Jones of Arkansas,
chairman of tha Democratic national
committee, and Is indorsed by the Dem-
ocratlo congressional committee that to
the Populists by Senator Marlon Butler, I
chairman of the Populist national com
mittee, nnd the otht r Populist mem
bers of tho annate nnd hoes and that of
tho sllvor Renobllcons by Chairman
Charles A. Towne and tho silver Re
publican in the senato and houeo and
also by ex-Stiistot Dubois.
miua br a pr Mn.ui.
Destsen, Tx., Feb. It. -Deputy Unit
ed States Marshal Ben Collins of Ool
fart, I, T., while trying to anfst a
darkey named Wesley Wiley, who waa
wanUnl on the oharge of whisky ped
dling, shot and killed him at Tishomin
go, The oflloer la held blameless in tha
tUtnintWd Wlituiat Ball.
Galveston, Fob. 11. The preliminary
trial of John II. Lsdd, eharged with
the murder of Cecilia McOorroack,
waa held. The ooart teaoaBdsd tha
prisoner to the custody of the sheriff
mm tniutJ Mt leatljr lib
Wow York, Feb. 10. Mis France B.
Wlllard, president of tho Woman's
Christian Temperance union, has been
seriously ill with la grippe lu this city
fer the last three weeks. Mrs. Stevens,
W-hj pmeMent of the Weeoaa' OhrUHaa
Twnperauee union, aaidt "Miss Wll-
lard' eendltien Is mere favorablo than
NO MORS HAVE Q0IT WORK.
tha FrepMHIan Var m fnrt Strike
Wsallng With Me Sai ffnll
MSB itf Wnrknrf la Viuh the
SirKit ,t Ktw XtHSti,
Beeton, Feb. 16. The proposition of
the American Federation of Labor to
order a general strike in the text Ho mill
of New Kngland seems fc meet with a
decidedly oool reception In the manafao
turlrtg' centers, where at present there ts
bo troabk), There are two reasone put
forward for this. First, that the opera
We do not see wliat they are going to
gi by it and, seooatd, they have pledged
is the farei of faith their ii fecial help
tn oarry on the struggle In New Bedford.
In several oitlee the operative of cotton
mill met to dlsouM the general strike
proiMltiau. Only la New Bedford was
any sympathy shown for it
AT NEW BEDFORD.
t-Ttpofltlna an Fool Ct 0i All
Tarn Milts Kmplof.
Kew Bedford, Mass., Feb, 16. The
proposition has been under considers
tlon by tha local labor leaders for several
days to call out on strike tho employes
of all the yarn mill In the city, which
would bring into Idleness 60,00 addi
tional operatives, or a total of .W.O0O.
This proposition Is Independent of that
for a general strike all through Now
England, nnd tho effect of tho move-
sent, It Is 4almed, would be such a so
rionts menace to local banks that; It
would result In overture for a wttle
ment of all the present dimoultteaby the
manufacturers, whoa Interests are al
lied with those of the city's financial in
stltutlona. It Is argued that If tbe op
eratives lose the present strlko through
the wrnvern' inability to hold oat, the
spinner In the yamtnlll, who havo not
tnua tar neon cnl, will servo nonce or a
reduction In pay, and the propositi ou
under consideration is intended to pro-
The spinners' union will probably act
upon thl matter at Ita meeting today,
SITUATION" AT LOWELL.
tne ef tha Voices Itovldadlf AlBit
a UMrt suite,
Lowell, Mass., Fob. 18, Prom present
indications tho rerntnmendation of tho
conference oomr tt , which met at
Boston Sunday, aavooattng general
strlko In the cotton mills nf New Kng
land, will fall flat In this city. Presi
dent William L. Klnsclla of the Wear
era' union said lost night:
"There will be no strike here as long
as tho professional agitators keep away
and allow us to manage our own affaire."
At the meeting of the King Spinners'
union the reoommeudatton of tha oou
feronoo wax entirely Ignored, while at
tbe meeting of the Union of Drawing
in Girls, Warpers and Spotters It was
decided that It waa Inadvisable to con
elder the recommendation, and that all
efforts should be concentrated upon the
strlko at Now Bxlford for tbe prerent.
At the latter meeting it wwi also voted
to commuuioate with the two local sen
a tors with a view of baring tho wear
era' finea bill amended, aa It Is not oou
dderrd suffiMently far reaching.
AgsnU of the local mills Interviewed
do not take tho recommendation of tho
conference oosnxnlttoe seriously, and
eoiuo of them state tltey would weloomo
a general shut down of the New Eng
land mills, na it would curtail produc
tion aud thus relievo an overstocked
market. Tho storekeepers are a unit In
their opposition to a strike hero and fow
of them expeot one.
IT Rang Blmiolf Whits la Jail Ttrr
Falls City, Nb., Fob. lO.-Josoph
Holochock, who murdered hi wifo at
the Holeoheok farm near Humboldt on
the Mght of Dec, 4, 1897, liangod him
self In tho county jail. Holeoheok used
his handkerchief and a towel, of whloh
hft inait a nruvtn. fnitiinnii tliA nml In
1 the highest cross bar nnd by drawing
' hi foot from tbe floor itraugled to
no was the oldest ifflsoner in the jail.
Tbe body was discovered by tho attend
ant who carried the prisoner his lunoh.
Examination proved that Holechrck had
been dead more than an hour when dis
covered, Holeoheok would have been tried at
the April term of court. Ho loaves 10
children and an estate of considerable
Biol lata a Cnt at tnjt.
Chicago, Feb. IS. Angered at a crowd
of utsohlevocs boys who pelted him
with tuowbalU, Rudolph Blank turned
upon tho youngsters with a revolver nnd
fired several shot at them. One of tbe
bullets struck Joseph Kavsnsgb, aged
10, who was among the snowballers, In
(ho forehead, aud the boy la bow nt the
hospital at tho poict of death. Blank
MwdsNt ef a Nsmui AmI Have 6 St
and Are Mie ftirittsgi
Valparaiso, Ind., Feb. id. A number
of students at the normal school met by
agreement In a hall over Colllni- drug
store 09 College hill to hare a flash light
picture taken of tha group, whloh was
to represent a wild west otn. HeysT.
Smart, ono of the guests, was late In ar
riving, and the other members of the
party bad corn $'e ted al. tho necessary
arrangements. Shortly before hi ar
rival Frank Xosetiberger rttnovod the
cartridges from a revolver whteh was to
be need, but kle slipped in Mvsral cart
ridges for the purpose of shooting
through tha ceiling. The party pro
tested, and he kid it tm the table again,-!
but npoa Smart's entrance Roeenberger
again picked up the weapon and laugh
Ingly ordered Smart to taka o!T his hat.
There was a report and Smart fell to the
floor with n bullet In hit. bra (a. He wo
removed to tho aanltarTum where ho
has been unconscious ever sisoe. He
will die. Smart is 23 years of age and
lire at Detroit, IKs. Roeeubareer Hvs
at Petersburg, Ills., and 1 U years old.
Roeenberger waa plaoed under arrest.
It is fearel ho will loae hi reason. Both
were member of the pharmacy depart
Spanish Cabinet CondcrKna tk Writ
lig3 of De Lomci
BLOW A BANK.
FITTING KEFLY'TQ BE UkM
toe of ti CAbtrMt fftatm Mrs B
ta Bss ru4 VtMta la a tTstse
rM,iixtiatr is ruet
Wet TmUi Ate Ssiag.
SmUis About esoee.
St. Louis, Feb, 18; A rpsctal W Tho
Poat-Dispatoh from Sheridan, Ma, say
the Farmer' bank was entered some
tlmo duriag Monday night by burglars,
who bUw up the vault wiib dynamite
and got away with $3400 in cash and
(0000 In drafts. After completing tho
job the burglars took aliandcar and rode
acrow tbe fin Into Iowa, They aban
doned the handcar rtwir Block ton. There
1 no alow.
The Roast rax I a Rstolattea tbe
Ualon FmIOs Affair,
Washington, Feb. 10. Mr. Pettua of
Alabama offered and secured the passago
of a resolution requesting tho president,
if not incompatible with pttbllo interest,
to Inform the senate what action haa
boon taken in reference to tbe murder
of Segunde M. Lopea, a cltlstn of the
United State, on April II, 1896, by
Tho resolution Introduced by Mr, Har
ris of Kansas, directing tho attorney
general to furnish tho sonata inform
tlon a to tho agroomtnt had by the
government with tbe reorganisation
commltteo of tho Union Pool flo company
concerning tho Kansas PoolOo bmuob,
was laid before tho senato.
Mr Chandler said he had no objection
to tho resolution, but did not approvo of
the preamble, vhkh Included a pro
Mr. Harris said that he might not in
tilt on the prtvuublo after ha had made
a statement. Tho Union Paoi&a, ha
Chicago, Feb. IB. Cattle Receipts,
WOO, steady. Tern steers, M.603.0.
Sheep Receipts, 15,000 1 steady to
St Louis, Feb. IU. Cattle Rectlpt.
0000, Inoludlng 160(1 Texas, steady. Texas
andlndlaHstoers e.&0$.48. Cows and
heifers HMg 8.40.
Sheep Receipts, 1400, utrcng, with
no Texan here.
Nw York, Feb. id.-lH 60JtV6rU
with AMAdrid cones wsidnt of Th4
Herald one ef tbe cabinet mlnlsttrs said I
'You may openly, a comttfg froal
Senor Bagasta and front each vi fee thai
we entirely oondoaa, la the erfeci 4fese
Into manner, Honor eta Lome's tetter.
We are ashamed, grieved and sofry
thereat, The ministers feel more atf
grUvedtban Pnxddcnt MoXlnley oast
poeslbty be. We are honest wbel
have been placed In a false position by u
In reply to further questions, the
"Oanalejos' Journey was ahsotutely
private, and in no way possible did we
trust cress, him."
The Washington correspondent of The
Herald says that tho announcement from
Madrid that the Spanish ministry has de
cided to reply In a fitting manuer t
Minister Woodford's representations iu
regard to tha Do Lome letter is highly
satisfactory to adralnlitratlon offiolols.
No one is moro pleased over the mat
ter titan the nroilnent. Ho has norer
doubted front tho first that Bpaln would
repudiate the action of It mlnlMcr. HI
only oouonru ho been that tho delay In
closing tbe Incident might lrad to some
outburst In congress which would cause
ombarraasment to the administration bo
fore tho Spanish government had had
an opportunity to make A utiifactory
POPULACE WANT WAR.
Spanish Harttla ta tha arratost Wmr
ApstAtrUUf Vallad BtatM.
Ijondon, Fob. 10. A special from
Madrid says the populace of that city
are greatly enraged owing to tbo belief
that the Spanish cnblnaf apologlxod to
tbe Uti to I States, Tito jmpulaco, tbe
dispatch adds, aro bitterly opposed to
such course, are exceedingly hostile to
the government and may moke a de:,n
onatratlon. In oonclaslon the dispatch ray I
"Tho peoplo prufer war to apology,
thinking Spain will suffer lea thereby,
9 war would b decldodly disastrous to
the largo commerce of the Uuitotl
WANT SANTA ANA'S SWORD.
Daughter! ef tha lUpabll of TaiMl
Atk Olaelsinall rr tt.
Cincinnati. Fab. 16. A letter ad
dressed to the mayor ha been received
at tbo city hall front an organisation
last January tha oompany hod been un
successful. At that Urns they made
arrangente&t with Cleveland's admin
titration by which ths road was
to bo disposed of with a
loos to the government of about
628,000,000. Mtv Harris then out
lined reasons why thai arrangement was
not carried into effect. Publlo senti
ment aroused from &olno to California,
domand of tho people, ho Kild, being
ttiattftey Uiould not be swluulod oi
enormou sum mentioned.
Tho resolution was finally .u& In
The house put in a busy day. Tho
tlmo was devoted to tho consideration of
bill arid joint resolution, presonted un
der tho call of commltteo and sixteen nf
moro or less public Imports use were
said, for a long tlmo had attempted to called the Daughters of the IWpnbUo of
infiiwneq congrws and the officials of Texas, asking that this city turn orer to
tbo administration to scale down tho . M ,. .h,imji rH
ank T117 .llZ0. " ih-fi'M of
to about 60 porecat. Until a year ago ....
Cincinnati by hi son tuouy yctu ago.
The gift was made as a toksn of the ap
preciation of the action of this city In
sending two cannon to Texas for nau-in
tho war between ths Lone Star republlo
and Mexico. That was 6S years ago.
The sword is now In tl?o Cincinnati
museum. In tho communication tt Is
tated that tho object of the society is to
collect relic of tho war botweon Texas
I and Mexico, and it Is particularly anx
ious to get tho sword. The letter will
not be answered until tho return of
I Mayor Tafol from West Baden, which
Will be tome time next week.
THE PITTSBURG FIRE.
Walt ef thm Bain rail, Metrlag Name
Pittsburg, Feb. l.i. The south wall
of the Union Storage company building
which was destroyed by the big fire last
Lard IfavllU OtH site tftnra.
London, Feb.16. In tbe reutral trim
inal court Lewd William Neville, fourth iZ!'l". Tt..vu,.T 77 ' " ,Ml
ott of tlx iLkrouia of AWg4vowjy,: A,,nr',' BlMJ 11 J0-
whowasplaoetl on trial eharged with oT A number of boy were at play
fraud in connection with the suit of about tho ruin and it la believed at least
'Sam" Law Is, tha mono r lender, against
Lieutenant Spencer Clay, to recover
11,118 duo on two pramlsHorr note
cashed by Lord Neville, pleaded guilty
of fraud, but olalmM he was not guilty
of forgery. He was sentenced to five
years' penal servitude,
Fo a Oratad ttamnaltratloti.
Denver, Feb, 16. -Major B IL Hoop
er, of tho Denier nnd Rio Grande rail
road, I receiving rommnulcatlons from
different part of Colorado Diking him'
to take decisive iteit toward navimr tho
way for a grand patriotic demonstration ! tremcly dangoroua condition, and search
m jhoo, in nomor ox tbo purchase or , ers are in aaugsr ot oetng ourteo.
flvo wero caught by live falling wall and
are buried undor the debris.
Tho news caused great exit- tment as
It was first reported that 10 men were
Two persons, Samuel Lowta, colored
man, and Charles Cmmer, a boy, were
taken out alive. They wvre not danger
ously hurt Young Cramer saya a num
ber nf his companion wuru caught un
dor tho wall. .
A largo force aro clearing tho debris.
inru ui tno wail itui stanu, in an ex
Louisiana, of which Colorado was a rurt.
Now York, Feb. 16. Tbe furniture in
tlie house In thl olty occupied by John
8. Silver, tbe promoter, who recently
obtained a largo sum of monoy on doubt
ful security from tbe Chemical National
bank, lias been levied ott by the sheriff
oa a judgmaut fortlsSS against Mr.
(Joint- Chst tWIIaf.
Bt. Louis, Feb. 10 John M. Glover,
Voa der A he' attorney, la oa his way
to Pittsburg with 18000 raised hero to
pay A part of the 00tj judgment and
secure hU lelease. He hope to effect A
! eaniproiulee with th&e prottoutihg Voa
Bsaalcir Merpfiy Orjartd,
Albany, Feb. 10, The senate, after a
long debate, osoeurred In tho assembly
resolution cetuurlug Utlltod States Bon
ator Mnrphy for hU ypto in favor of the
TUr rwojut Ignj T.he voe wa 98 Id M.
Ieve4 jti a tts. LbJi.
St. Louis, Feb. lfl.-WIUiamlL Heath,
managrr of tlte Oeakml Kleetrio Exptr
company of this olty, was found dying
la Forest park frost A bttUot wound in
the head. II is evidently a case of sal
oido. He was taken to the city hospital,
where bo died. Ho to a relatlvn of Perry
H. Heath, assistant postmaster puMah
Monday night Heath left his beautiful
home lu feXhtcnabl Cabnnne. saying tn
hi young wife, with wlwrnt ho had bten
worried but A short lime, that if ho
nsver returned hU life insurance would
amply nrovidft for her through Ufa. Be
fore going ho said something about be
Ing financially embarrassed. The cause
Is a wystery-
Thro WUniV Cuw Mart,
New Orlean. Feb, 19 -The Federal
court of anjrtsla deoldvd tho case of tho
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gorerumvni ufjamn iuq uuicu nsiwnri
Throe IViends. It was decided reversed
to tlutt of the i lower court ntut la, there
fore, agajnit thl owners of the vessel,
StusJieeic Ms heetl dcWwl fpMmtd
t(t Mtddiesbtfcid, Ky. Twenty-nlueeat
aro theM ftfitf all saloeus attd schools
Feter Mahar whtmed "ThunxWboU"
Bentth) the BoffaM hMryweitt at
i'sllsdtlpfcW in threit ratttds.
Bam Williams, colored, while sleep.
rolled fret tt Mi at Temka4j Test.,
and was killed,
lUebtn MSww wai WUA Vy Ms teat.
running away near Aihwtawu, Tea.
At White Oake, ft. Mi, Fedro Baldoa
ado shot bk young brethef, lAfilHiBg
Injuries w&iolt resulted la amtu
Can Brown fell from a wagoxl tlaar his
hot Ut AsilA, His. The wheels putted
orsr hit head and his neck wa broke.
Us died iMta&tly.
John Maeon ttsd W. lAtUpi&t&i want
ed at WeUstes, O. T. on a choree of
wholseale horse stealing, were captured
w tae Osage rMerratlon and levoral
itdtu hetees were rcOirrvfed.
Alfred Bhtejkwelder". ptiUt the o4d
0t And best knowrl ciHsen ox Moatgom
cry county, Bis., dlrjj tg4 67 years, at
Two trtAkd meti entered the rsldiM'
e cf AlxA TotUOi at Paduoah. Ky.i
wiinarawn pskms,aimi oesaBeiiea nu
two deugbter to fiTndit all the tttoM
y In the bouse. Thet got llttlfl.
Cora piaatlag is ta prctt lit certaid
southern senuoss er toxm.
A rein of coal was discovered by si
well digger asor stockoaJe, Tex., re
More wool Is being marketed at Buoy
rus, O., now than at nuy prevlou time
tor many years.
On account of diphtheria tb Morgan
town. Ind,, school have clotod,
Lost year tho city of Deo Moines, la.,
spent nearly svwu.uw on current ex
About M.000 (ou of toe wre harvHted
at Dubuque, la,, tola season, employ'
ment being given to TOO inttl.
At Atlantic, la., (he Rock IslaUd will
build the handsomest passenger tatlon
ou Its lino between Omaha and Oulcax
The Kennedy family, livlag near
Harrodshurg, Uy ccxuo of a long-lived
race, Three brothers and a riittr ag
gregate la ages 899 years, au average of
80 years oaeh. Phillip Kenucdy, the
youngtit, Is 74 1 J., 60 W. W., Bl, and
their sister, Mrs. Catherine McAllister,
A burglar broke Into tbo jail at Bald
Knob, Ark., aud attempted to rob
louely prisoner, who was locked up for
The White Cliff rihalk and cement
works near Walton, Ark., have returned
operations under tho tniinagenient of
RoMville, IUa., has A detoctlvo assocla
tlon of prominent ottiaen for tlio pro
ttotbn of person nnd property against
Oil classes or criminal.
In a rpelng contrst a Bowl'titf
uwii, Mo., ss el tho contestants cor
rectly spelled 1(0 word.
A whlto man was shot while attempt
Ing to steal chickens from hi colored
neighbor at Jam export, Mo.
Mr. MtiNallio, the atrawberrr erower
at Barcoxle, Ma, used no fertiliser ott
hi 01 acres last year, yet be picked E0O0
orates of terrloa from that field. On the
most prollflo soil the yield was 400 crates
to the aero.
A reunion of all tho ex-Confoderates
of tbe TrnnsmlssUslppl departmnt
who served under General Starling toe
during tho civil wmt will be held at So
rt ka Springs, Mo., on May II, M a&d
tt. Many veterans are expected,
According tn the figures of the Hays
Olty Republican, 1,779,000 bushels of
wheat were shipped out of Bllbi oounty,
Sansas, during 1897.
Mto Grace L, Snyder, a teacher in
the Clyde, Kan., school, claim to hare
originated the now common practice of
having daily newspaper read In tha
schools. She introduced tho innovation
13 years ago,
Fatal Qaarrtl at n tmn,
Lexington, Ky.,Fcb. 16. West King,
colored was found dead four tulles from
town on Tales Creek plko with five bal
let wound tn hi body. Later John
Boots, ootered, cams to town and gave
himself up. soring ho had killed King.
Hi right band wa wounded by bullets
from King's tustol, necessitating tunpu
tatlou. Scott say they wmr at A dance
and at about S o'clock in the morning
King tried to kill bliu, and he shot at
him flvo tiwu eaolt taking effect.
'Ma Woman Rnlfr8
Boston, Feb. 16. -The hones of ropre
tentative has pat a quietus on the at
tempt to amend tbo state constitution
and give women the right of suffrage.
The committee oa com ti rational amend
ment had reported that the petitioners
for tho amendment should be given
leave to withdraw aud this report was
accented early in the day's session.
letter, however, a roconrideration was
asked, and on this question thero wa
the usual spirited debate. Tho motion
Was lost by a vote of 44 us 67. During
tae speaking the galleries ware crowded
0eral ssJtea tX - - 4sUti
, frfcivVfeftd ms VMUe?
The Hassat tltatttd.
Tile Sunset limited, eoacsdtd by all te!
be the flnbtt train In the wet-i, Is now
mhnlhg between BSti FrmbCtMo attd
Chlcaio.tla the Ooutheib I'cI6c Texas
dt I'rwlflo atid tit. LeuK, Ctiitfsgtfft AltcPj
This train I provided with Open draw
lug root, itter snopi UDfsrr, uiatag
car and anil all conveniences of a mod
ern hotel. Harriett unexcelled and fare
tarn ati oa regular tralu. Lsbtm D
lerfer ths east 03 a, m., local tltutt
weanesaays ana Daturas;.
The bait islr lb tb world for cull,
bruises, sor, ulcer, salt flisttm, forsf
sores, totter, chopped bands, chllbUlai,
corn, and all (kin eruption, and post
lively cure puts, or no pay required.
It I guaranteed to give perfect (atlifec
tlon or money refunded. Price K cents
par box. For sale by J. P Byroa( drug
Santa Fa Itoats-tfitllfaraia tirUltod.
The California limited train now run
twice a week between Chicago aud Lo
Angtle via Santa Fe rout. Third an
nual tesson for this msgalOctut trslu.
The equlpmtnt v A contlit of superk
vestibuled pullotan palsc sltspsre, bur
ret smoaing ana uintng car, eaeosgea by
Mr, Fred llHrvey. Matt luxurious er
vice of any Hue. the faiUtt tlras. An
other expreu train, carrying palacs sad
tourist iepers, lean uiiy rof caiiier
nla. Inquire ot Local Agent, A.T. 4
A fw months ago, Mr, Byron vtry(of
Woodstock, Mich,, was bsdly affilctrd
with rheiinistlim, III right lg wa)
wollen 'L- lull length, causing hltn
great stifforlug. lie was advlced to try
Chamberlsln's Pain Balm. Tho first
bottle of ft helped him considerably and
thosesond bottle effected a cure. The
S3 rod SO cent alt are for ata by J. P
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nou ii nrrrn jurn iui ajUMrtigMO.
rtaiilrad to Dnatfel
eltklatif fraai Saw
iiovita 17 itvf iot
lb itmr, doljr Yrl04, eltkla i
nt istd (UBoluliotat. tt tlio
tbs prtnuuilauef lurb tUliu., uai tf not to
miI or fllrdtba claJia will b latrrd b tlrtsa
of tb itatnl In aitch tut, tatda bd tiroTla.
an iwrwiat indeMed laitid atuu are rteintsd
to ltl wltb tha nBdtlii(1.
Aawlnl.mitli nt tbs
tlofJ,mn Kotart llokklat, dtcotsad.
Flrat publlcukin 11, ttM.
was alsln by
I'tiS ftrokt; thv strap
wsi touen. iik u.
nnd ea little things,
Soaa tittle WttVcras,
ootat little fCtlug
vrrotir, am Ufa ta to,
or halth Is teal, er
fort tint Is toat fe!e
seldom rtatise Itottt
what apparently trivial
catuts tkt If prespecU
are thrown awy,
A tint InOtetfttott
or btlttvusaiw, or roa
stlpatlou roar spall
man' chatter in lift.
it tuoKts uis tstta
heavy and hi mind
muth wotk, lit rin't
(So cepd wetki. M I
Ufl Uhnd la the
scramble for rllsttac.
poisonous msltcr that he hts sll srts pi
His svsttm in so clogged tip with Iwpere ,
poisonous raaucr that he hts sll sorts rr Mil
frtllnr, all th tint, sour stst&stk, dkl
nras, fisrt-buru. pstniutlea and evtrrtfeW;,
else that unfits hist for work. , Dr. M '
riratant Pelttta chsnn sll this. Thtrsw
the one. petftrt scientflc cat for twwtto.
Uoa and all the silraents ttat It taut. . ,
ettia sua.eMurst m
Ttw mtm HmMnt. M 1
tfftei. llicV ara nurelv Mattsht.
can ncvtf do harm and the cure tkty tuske
is prmsntit. There
eiH" jMt as gooc
k he "semttMig
Mouat Vernon, Tax , Feb. 16. Born
to Mr. and Mrs. lAi Oolllw at HegaaS'
J-ort, in this county, thrts gifi baMes,
each weighing five pmtndx, Mother 18
ytars ef age. All detag well.
If you want to kelp la htslut and
lion too ougm 10 "t i
Comtnoa tit use
erlptlof m the car ef ati
oru w cwtamou. (miiiiu. .
t ep,slii tlte wWtf ?
stMtqmr M,uHm9igr km
Hit ettilrter Iff. tthasMSr
ott Utess4 pstfs M4H.
It Ittuattstfd A, ya.ir
baaed ropy sttH rm m n
eelptef , errto iiiH-tnt atstap te
tbe wrt of nHh(r inly, AMt$ Wm
W'rr Medles! AieafitjaZ laj
Wi STRAUSS &m
0VCf?AtL5 AND SPtt.NO ftOfTOM
UffHV flAHMirMY sHiAttAwracslta.