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When ti woman tfocs to chttrcli n
irmit ileal, her huslinml feels that she
has a private nrninfjeineut with her
pastor to save her.self, and let htm e;o
to the ilevll.
Iti'lllty In lllnoil l)rr.
Clenn Mood ineani a clean Mt. No
brainy without It. Caunrets, I'nutlv l'ii.
ilmrtic eleniis your liloo'l nml keeps It
clcnii. Iy stlrrltiR up tlio l.i. liter and
ilrlvln;: nil ltniuritle from tlio body, lip.
gin lo-ilny to uanlsh pimple, boll, 'lilolcli
is, blackhead, nnd thit sickly bilious
romplcxli'ii by taking Cascnrcts.-- bounty
for 10c. All driiKRistj, satisfaction ntuir
ntcctl, 10c, k', 60
Ocrinnny boasts a l,C00-ycnr-olil rose
Hr. Wlnlaw' rsoothlnsj Syrup
Pnr children li-rtliln.iofte n the (um mince. Inflanv
ellon, allay, pain, cure, wind tulle. It leut. a Lottie,
A fresh cirje Is known ly the dull up
ncnniiK'c of Its hhell, but n bail en
From Cold to Cure.
No relief in other remedies.
There tire tnnny trtnllclnc-s that palliate
Rstlinu. There nrc "lew that do more llian
relieve lor n lime Uic cipprcsseil bicntiilni:
el the sufferer. There nrc lew discuses
more trnublci.omc niul more Irritating
than asthma. It interferes Mike wltii
iiuslncss nml with plenntirc. It prevtntii
enjoyment ol the day mid makes the iiIkM
"'" A remedy for nsthma would be
liniled liy thnu.inls as the creatrst tios.
tile limin thnt cutilil be offered them. Then
la a remedy tor iiMlimn l)r J. C. AVer's
t-herry Pectoral has cured hundreds ol
casesof this ilisr.-isc. nml testimonials to
Its efljcncy Irom those who have tried the
remedy nrc multlplvitiK with everv year.
7." .circ I'icenld In the testimonial
that follow, may he taken as exemplifying
the miicV. end radical action of this ureal
''About n year ro, I caught a liad cold
scnlch resulted In asthma severe that I
was threatened wlllt suffocation whenever
I attempted to lie down on my lied A
friend recommending Ayer's Cherry Pec
toral, I begun to take It, and soon obtained
relief, nnd finally, was completely cured.
Since then, 1 have used this medicine In
my family with great success lor colds,
tough, and ciinip." K. hi-tthh. Hdltor
Kolluk " U'olUhi, Stevens Point, Wis.
"While on the Gasconade Klver, Ga., I
I'nele Sam runs the largest printing
World's sugar output is ti, 000,000
tons a year.
The screw of an Atlantic liner costs
One tirm in Sweden makes '.'1,000,000
Dcutnn, 'le... is to have a .",000-spln-dle
The Massachusetts electric lines are
polng Into the express business.
Massachusetts tetile mills produce
fiSOO,(oo,m!0 worth of goods a year.
It is said 70.000.000 Huropeans wear
Five hundred trading vessels leave
the Thames dally for all parts of the
The production of pig iron is now
S.1u,KiU tons per week, the largest over
Wit lo its respect with the good
when seiii in company with malice,
and to smile nt the jest which plants a
thorn in an dlier's breast is to become
a principal in the mischief.
i : TiSM
Suffered 45 Years
Sn-on lllicnnnllr fi r i'n Chlesiro, III. - 1 Iist.
sullt-rv,! I irn llej,i,r with llieuinsll-ni hut iiiulil
e I mi inoilli'liio In euro mo tun II I i;oi juur
"ft IIItlM's." I i.mi Mi.tue.I turn )rir with eulrili
In iiijt hca U.fi rv luxl)nur inixlli lnu "1 IilMITi,"
nil I ioiiIJ ii. .t lnnr i ut f mjr rlnht fur. hut when
1 i(,ktli "jiuti'Ps" Munciiroilot tliKciitiirrli
niul my lic.irlni; vuis ritiir,'il. Jl Inn lileswl
liilntf fur liiu Itiat 1 cvcrlicnril or uur mciiti'lrio ami
umnI It, fc I sin ro IniiiriiriHl that 1 nlmoKl letl ountr
acaln tlMiutli 1 am dRhtjr-tnro yrars old.
Umer a.my Mu. Ixc ji. 'j,. T W U'illiaviox.
Rr-ansnn IIIicurnAde Ci-'iT Co , t'lilrairo Knrlo-nl
rlrai tlml draft f r wh It mmh! soini, limrr of tin, "S
lint's " I Imvii iifitu-rilit butilii )il mid my
rh en inn lis in U nil tcoiie, and ollthurethut mu ft
riak hUMy or It. I I mm u is tlio hcvt ihfuuutUui
cuiu 1 Imvo ti ii d In tlio Isnt IH years,
liutmiv Ii lie, .1 'J, Wl Vorso.
"8 IiI!OI'S"riiriF ltln iiinnllsin.ScbltU'.l.Npo
nilchi, !ii,icphl,i, ll.ii kiiclif, AhIIiiiiii. ('it
turrli. slri'pli'ton, h, .Nirvutihrieiii. frviiua
unit .N-ur,ilL'li' llriiiliiclirh. Ilr.trt U'ciikncs,
Lit tlrlpe, CrveplniiNiimhiu'sii.
Jinny tliiiiismiilH or slmlliir letters ro
cclil, Tliu in. iltn or ' lilcl'.S" Ii iihdlimir,l
Willi I tin J5 who hao tried It. We are rcrlalu that a
trial ImiUIo him ei'iivln 'ii any. iif aim! for another 50
ilay-wevi'll tnda itn,t, tattle rreixilil, fori renta.
LanrelAitliaor alUHII's" '0iIiih,i lljm s.mtllr.,
ti '. Ai;i'iitN wiinti'il in new territory, W rltu
hVi WMIX ItlllU 1 Tlt' ci iti: cc..
1(17-10.1 Ki'.irl.nrn.St., tliliiiun, lit
ISJUSTAtlCOOD FOR ADULTS.
TME BEST PRESCRIPTION
FOR CHILLS AND FEVER
woritileniuiitutltfui. AttilUrugjuiJ. '
TEACHERS nm1'' needed now tocontrarl
hnmiLiia ne, tfnn ,,Itrc, , , C,,(J.,
iio utiiims' i.nnu ut 4iii mu, riu.ban. ri
Mkt AnsKcring Advertisements Kindly
-Henilfli IIiIj j'aocr.
mi I In
i SS Elgki
What has become of the old fashion
I'd woman who uuulu hheepsorrel pleV
This is the season fur bringing her out
nnd turning her loose.
1S.ul I'iij- A nil tliinl Work.
The bad pay nnd hard work of train
ed nurses has often been innde the sub
ject of remonstrance, by medical men.
It Is well for an Invalid, before he
needs a nurse or doctor, to use llostet
ter's Stomach Hitters if he has chills
and fever, constipation, rheumatism,
dyspepsia or nervousness. I'se It reg
Alabama has '.','J0(1 negro school
No-Tn-Uiir for Tlfly C'rnls.
fiiiaranU'oil tolmcrri Imlill euro iiinlces wenW
men strong. IiIihM pure. U: l. All druggists.
Never heat the bread pans before
putting in the bread If you would avoid
u raw, doughy taste. 4
cniight a severe cold which reunited In
"stoma. Alter taking dm. torn' ptccrlv
lions for n long time wilhout benefit. 1 nt
lenrjlh made use of Acer's Cherry I'ecto.
ral. and was completely cured." II. U,
Kitciilll, Orccuwuod, Mils.
"Some time since I had n severe attack
of asthma, accompanied with n bad cough
and n general nreness of the )oiuls nnd
muscles. I consulted ph)lclan, and tried
various remedies, but without getting any
relief, Finally I look Ayer's Cherry Pec
toral. and in n very hort lime was entirely
cur-d." J. KoiLLLs, Victoria, Ten.
Dr J.C. Ayer's cherry Pectoral Is known
the world over ns one of the inmt effective
ii'cdlclnrs for the cute of cough, colds,
croup, u hooping cough, asthma, bron.
emits, and all allcctfon. of the thront mid
lunjs. it i not, ns arc o macy eolith
meliclnes, a mere "ootflni avrup." n
temporary relief and palliative. 'but ft Is
a radi'-al remedy, dealing directly with
dlseast nml promptly heolltig ft. la
response to a wide demand Dr. Aver'
Cherry Pectornl Is now put up In halfslie
bnttlcs, sold nt hall price s.o cents. More
about l)r Ajer's Cherry Pectoral In Ayer's
Curcbook. A utory of cures told by the
cured. Sent free, on tcciucst, by the J.C
Aer Co., Lowell, Mass.
"Accepted rt position"' is being badly
over-worked, considering that no one
takes a position without having pre
viously worked, .scrambled and fought
for it. There are no positions handed
around on siler platters.
IMui'iitf Vour lliiiwl Willi Cnarnrrt
fiindv t'nt hurtle, cun- constipation forever.
10i'. iSo. If i'. l.C full, ilriifdlsts refund inoney
llavarla has twenty-six pencil works
FITS l'erinsnciitl Cured. .SutiK orn.nroninpxatt ft
llrsl il)r ti.a ol Dr. Klmv a l.nat .Nvrtn Urttorrr.
ii'u if ii tll,:,:. "' ""' l"ll" ami immUi...
"U. It. II. hLl.st, I.I.I..1.1I AuliM.,l'iuUdvlililA,11
There are over four hundred cotton
mills in the South.
I never mod so iptlck a cure ns TIso'i
Cure lor Cnuiumptl -J. li. palmer,
lSox 1 171, SimUIi-, Wusli , Nov. L'fl, ls!5.
Onmgi! groves are being cultivated
Mull's Culiirrli I'urf
1 a constitutional cure. 1'rJco, 73c.
The most objectionable feature about
love is the poetry that accompanies
If you wunt to ben mini, your llrst
resolution should be to pay up all your
A girl who has u poor form deserves
credit for the manner in which she
It is getting to be just as hard to get
into the penitentiary as it used to be
to keep out.
The women are ivearing such thick
veils now that a iiiau has to be con
stantly on his guard to ntoid the mis
take of smiling too pleasantly at his
When a little man can sing somehow
his voice never harmonizes well except
with u very tall woman.
Our idea of a man indlircront to the
world's scorn, is a man who would cur
ry u corset bo through the streets.
A woman never thinks n man is mak
ing a true confession until he tells her
something Unit breaks her heart to
Watch for the signs of a cold, n
cough and symptoms of malaria, pneu
monia or consumption, and bear in
mind that there is but one thing that
can check these troubles (juickly, and
that Is a pure stimulant.
Both tho mothotl and rosultH -when
Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant
ami refreshing to tho taste, ami acts
CCIltlv VUt liroilllltlr nil tlin Tv iilnnt-a
Liver and liowols, cleanses the pys-
tern cneciiiaiiy, ttispelH cokls, licatl
aches nml fovers ami cures hnhitnal
constipation. Syrup of Figs is tlio
only remedy of Uu kind over pro
duced, pleasing to tho tasto and ac
ceptable to tho fitomach, prompt in
it si not inn nml Imlf linunfinint !,, :
, effects, prepared only from tho tnont
iiuuiuiyiHHi ngrccaDioBiihslanccs, Its
many excellent qualities commend it
to all and have mado it tho most
poimlar remedy known.
Syrup of Figs is for eale in B0
cent bottles by all leading drug
gists. Any re'liablo druggist who
may not havo it on hand will pro
cure it promptly for any one who
wishes to try j t Do not accept any
CALIFORNIA FtO SYRUP CO.
8AM nUKQIXO, OH.
mmuu, Mr. taw nx, it
I TiFft Vw3R.WLIKr M
AVAR NEWS NOTES.
Kusstan newspapers are. with Spain.
Tho Oregon Is coaling at Monte
video. Nebraska troops nrn In camp at Lin
coln. "ho war tax will put up tho prlco cf
Tho Missouri mule combine, has been
Tho regular army Is being increased
to 0,1,000 men.
Tho torpedo boat Cashing was dis
abled while showing olf.
To x as troops 4, SO'i atrong nro being
mobilized nt Austin,
Tho Hrttlsh parliament and people
are leaning toward Spain.
Possibly tliero may be no actlvo op
erations In Cubit until fall
Tho war department has ordered
10,00(1 canvas Cuban uniforms.
Knglnnd, Italy, Franco and Kussln
linvo declared neutrality.
James (5. ltlalue, dr., wants a stalT
position In tho army or navy.
Government has bought 300 trained
homing pigeons nt Klwood, Ird.
Fronds Murphy will accompany tho
army to Culm to preach temperance.
Mnll service botwoan Spain and tho
United Stntca has been discontinued.
Three St. Louis firms hove contract
ed to furnish H,003 pairs of army
Uncle Sam is buying l,r00 small
horses nnd ',,003 mules in St. Louts
for the Cubans.
Tho free food sent to Mntants by
Kansas City will bo used to feed Span
KfTorts are being mado looking to n
pardon of Captain John I). Hart, tho
J. Montgomery Scars, n llostonlau,
has tendered his yacht Vnruna to the
Missouri troops will not lie mobil
ized till tho federal government fur
nishes camp supplies.
Tho Detroit has captured two Span
ish vessels, a coast gunboat and a
cruiser, the Atnbroso llollvar.
The sllverltos will not hinder tho
p.issngo of tlio war revenue bill be
cause It contains a bond clause.
President McKlnley believes the
Eastern licet will meet nnd whip the
Spanish licet, and that tho powers
will then compel Spain to surrender.
Tho Fourth regiment. National
Cuanl of Maryland, have broken camp
and returned home, because the Fifth
regiment was sent into active service
Mexico will bo strictly neutral.
Spain will search neutral ship-i
Kansas troops will be mobilized at
Leavenworth and Missouri troops at
Tho United Stntes torpedo boat
isomers is held at Falmouth. Knglnud,
tinder neutrality laws.
U W. Turner, secretary of the Kau
nas board of railroad commissioners,
has resigned to go to war.
Senator Sherman has resigned,
Judge Day succeeds him and John R
Moors takes Day's old place.
Milton Moore of Kansas City hns
been asked by Adjutant (icuernl Hell
to organize Missouri volunteers.
Katnon Da Carransa, a Spanish lieu
tenant challenges (iv'neral Leo and
Captain Sigibee to light a duel with
him In turn.
John Jacob Astor has given the gov
ernment a yacht, free transportation
for troops and supplies over his rail
roads and raised and equipped a bat
tery of artillery.
a spyHboat captured.
The Ciuiilinat Xmvpore Ailits Another tti
Its l.Ut tit I'rlrps
Kr.V tt'KST, Fla., April 30. Tho
United States gunboat Newport this
morning brought in a small fishing
schooner captured from under tho
guns of Cojimar battery. Tho impor
tance of this capture lies in tho fnct
that the schooner is a part of tho Cu
ban naval reserve and was out on a
The boat had seven occupanfs. All
uro members of tho Cuban unvnl re
serve and are held as prisoners of
war. They were running closo to
shore, making obsjrvntious upon tho
the American licet,
FLEEING FROM CUBA.
ttrismor Arrlc nt .luiiuilrn With 411
KiNflHTO.v, Jamaica. April 30. Tlio
Hcmus, a Gorman steamer, arrived at
Port Antonio to-day with over too
refugees from Santiago de Culin. She
wns churtered by 1! rooks ,t Company
of Santiago do Cuba, to go to Haiti
more, but was compelled to alter her
course to Jamaica on account of the
horrible sufferings on thu passage.
Three-fourths of tho passengers were
women and children. During tho
long night they ware huddled on
decks without foo.l mid slept among
Nourlr 1,01111 From Kmisuv
Toi'iika, Kan., April 2(1. According
to u telegram from United States Sou
ator V. A. Harris, received by Gov
ernor Leody yesterday, tho quota of
three regiments allotted to Kansas
will permit tho state to send almost
1,0'J1) men to the front.
Knnsiis nml Missouri 1'ostm istnr.
Wasiiixoto.v, April .10, Tlio Presi
dent to-dny sunt theio nominations to
tho Senate: Postmasters: Kansas
Henry V. Loth, Oborlinj D. K. McClel
land, Chtmutoj Hiving Herbert, Ilia
watha Missouri James V. Itrocaiv,
Harrisonville; Joseph M. Phelps, Cell
trullii; J. Porter Pntton, Monroe City,
John G. Ulchmonil, La Hclle.
Nrirrnlnry Alsor Nemls Ml I,o:m,o:k.
V.siii.vriTo.v, April 30. Secretary
Alger has submitted dellelenei' o-ti-mates
of S3I,o:m ojd to cover additional
army expense to July 1.
U'ur Prints In (Iri'it llrllitlii.
London, April 30. Owing to tho
war between Spain nnd tho United
States, Dorbyshiro load advanced 10
points, and sugar roso Sl.-'S a ton nt
Glasgow, making a rise of S3. 75 per
ton during tho present week.
Illnnco's Neirs .11111 ut Worli.
Maiiuiii, April JO. Ulanco cables
that an American ironclad Is aground
opposite Dlinas, province of Pinnr del
Hio, and says three other ships are
working to refloat her.
A WOMAN'S BURDEN.
om tho KvcdIdr News, Detroit. Mick.
Tho women of to-dny nronotnottrongn
their grandmothers, They nro benrlng n
burden in (dlmce that groivolienvlerdn) by
dny ; thnt Is itppiiig their vitnlltyuud cloud
lag their happiness.
Mrs. Aloxiiiuler II. ClnrU. of sM7 Michigan
Avcuuo, Detroit, Is a typical wonmn of to
day. A wlfo with tuch muhltion ns only a
loving wlfo cnu have. Hut the Jo n of her
life were nmrnsltiy tliocxIleticeo'fdl'fio.
SuiriTltig n t hot'iSHiidi of her li.trrs linvo
suffered, cho nlliuot dii.nlnxl of lifo nnd
yet nie wns cureii,
"' For live yi'iin I
milTirpd with oicrinu
trouble," Is Mib.!
Clnrk'x own vrn.11111
of the story. "I wns
not frris otto sIiikIo
dny from hrnilnelto
nnd Intonso twitch
ing pilus In my ur'k
nnd shoulders. t For
months nt n timo I
wutilil bo cunlltied to
my bed. At times
tlnck fpots would
nlifinnr linf.trn iii.f
ores nml 1 would bo- 1 became Mind,
e line blind. My nerves wem In nuch ktato
that n sti'p on the llimr iitiMttliil me.
"Kiulnent doctors. kkilfuiiur.'('s.tlio1ipht
food mid mi'dleinenll failed. Then 1 eon
HMitrxI to nn opcrntlon 'Hint, too, fniled
the second 1 wns worse thnn eior and the
world wns dnrkor tlinn before.
"It wns then I heard of Dr Wllllnm'
Pink Fill- for Palo l'rople. I henrd Hint
the hnd cured c.-im's llko mine nnd 1 tried
"Tlioy cured me1 They hrotight mn-f-hliio
to my life nnd lllied niy cup with Iniji
liluess. 'lho headnelie is Koho: tliotwlteh
Iiir is Rone, tho tierioilinesx Is gone; tlio
trembling hits ithmhI, nml I luivo pnlncd
twenty lx pouiid, Henlthntid Mrcttcjh is
mine mill I n'u tlmnkful to Dr Wllllnm-.'
Pink Pills for Pnlo Pioplo for tho blessing.''
Theso pills nro n boon to woiuanklnd.
Acting directly on the Mood nnd nerves,
they I cstoro the remits) to vltnlity to nil purls
of tlio body ; r renting f unctlonn'l regularity
nnd perfect hnrtnouy throughout the nor
vims system. Tim pnllor of the cheeks Is
ilinngcd to thcdelicntelilushof henlth; the
eyes brighten; tlio muscle grow elnstie,
nm tiitlon Is erented nnd good henlth returns.
Watch, above all things, yourhealth.
It Is the most precious possession you
can ever luiie in this life.
A Vnlunlile Illrtlnnmry.
Dally Inter Ocean, Chicago: "Every
promise made by the publishers has
been fully redeemed. It Is, Indeed, a
grand book, . . . That there Is a
drift conservative yet real toward the
simpler forms of spelling has been
recognized throughout the work.. . ."
Sco display advertisement of how to
obtain tho Standard Dictionary by
malting a email payment down, tlio to
malnder in Installments.
Watch carefully the Interests of your
true friends. They are always few in
number, nnd yon cannot do too much
for those who have been tested and
AN OPEN LETTEH TO MOTHERS.
We nre asserting In the rourts our rlpltt to tlin
exclusive iim' of the iwiril "CASTOKIA. ' nml
I, Dr. Samuel Pitcher, of HynririK Massa
chusetts, wns tho originator of "I'lTCHHIfS
CASTOHIA. ' the same that hns borne nnJilocs
now txnr the fac-siinllu signature of C1IAS. II.
Ft.i:TCIli:u on ciery wrapper This Is tho
original "1'1TC'III:IIS CASTOItlA" which has
been used In tho homes of the mothers of
America former thirty ytars. Look carefully
nt the wrapper nnd st c thnt It Is "the kind you
haionluns bought," anil hns the signature of
CHAS. II. rt.irrClir.K on iVo Wrapper. No
nne hns authority from me to use inv name cx
cipt Tho Centaur Company, of which Cbas U.
Flftcher Is President. "
March f. IMC. J-AMLT.L PITCIIKK. .M. D.
Watch the course of events. It may
liieiin to you the securing of ti fortune
or the loss of what you already pov
There are Inrge tracts of coal lands
near Meyersdnle, Pa on tho Haltlmore
nnd Ohio Railroad which capitalists
nre beginning to develop. A new road.
About five miles long, has been pushed
Into this region and will soon bn ready
for opcrntlon. It Is one of a number of
small lines that nre being built by out
side parties to develop hitherto Inac
cessible tracts of both coal nnd timber
inntls in Pennjylvanlu nnd West Vir
Watch the tendency of the times.
The world is moving and changing
every day nnd you cannot ull'ord to bo
filinhr Into Viiur Mines,
Allen's Foot-ICase, a powder for tho
feet. It cures painful, swollen, smart
ing feet nnd Instantly takes tho sting
out of corns and bunions. It's tho
greatest comfort discovery of tho ngo.
Allen's Foot-Kaso makes tight-fitting
or new shoes feel easy. It Is a certain
cure for sweating, callous nnd hot,
tired, nervous, aching feet. Try It to
day. Sold by nil druggists nnd shoo
6tores. Hy mnll for 25c In stamps.
Trial packago KltUK. Address, Allen
6. Olmsted, Le Hoy, N. Y.
Watch your habits. They may grow
upon you unawares and get beyond
To Cure Constipation I'nrever.
Tuko CascarctH, Candy CutliartlB. lOjorilo.
If C. C C. full to cure, drnlsts rafuml inaaoy.
Atchison, Kansas, boasts of a girl
who has three silk petticoats. This I
believed to beat the western record.
A pretty good guess can be make as
to what a sensible man will do, but
nobody ever knows what n fool will
Kvery night before a man hns put
his head upon the pillow, he has learn
ed some new way of making n fool of
If the word contains the seed of
heaven, what is It to man, if not Im
planted in his life and received in puru
An Atchison, Kansas, man is slowly
wasting uway and he does not know
whether it is duo tocigarsorlils board
ing house. . '
Too many women notice that their
pastors are overworked before they
remark that their husbands have too
much to do.
Zealous men are ever displaying to
you the strength of their belief, while
judicious men uru showing you the
grounds of It.
Tho worthiest people nro most In
jured by slanderers; ns we usually Hnd
that to bo tho best fruit which tho
birds havo been picking nt.
The kind of women that could make
the world better by running It tire so
occupied taking euro of their homes
that they don't wunt the job.
We wonder that It doesn't occur to
the hundreds of girls who ure asking
to be sent to thu war as nurses, that
there are thousand of neglected coses
of ilckncss and suffering at home.
JJ "i. i u
April 2R. The general dcbite on the wtr
expense bill In the house closed tivnlght,
after eight ami a htlf hours of spccclimak
Ing The debate lacked both spirit and
interest There was little dlscusilou
of the Internal revenue features of
the bill. The Democrats cautioned
their assaults on Hie bond feature
and their advocacy of the Income
tax. The latter was ridiculed as n
substitute proposition by the Republicans.
The -.uthorttv to borrow money was de
fended by them as absolutely necessary,
llefore the debite upon tlio war rcienue
bill was resumed, an urgency wir measure
was passed I y unanimous consent to repeal
the limitations upn the pun base of quar
termasters' supp'ics during Hie cxistlni;
war with Spain
Again the Senate was In the attitude of
walling tor buslncsi tu resell It A tew
bills of unimportant character were pass
ed, but no business of general Interest was
Apr 1 M7 The general debate upon the
measure framed by the ways and means
committee to moot the extraordinary ex
IK'tiJltures of the war with Sptln opened In
the House, llitli shies, shaking through
their icspeollve leaders. Messrs. Dltit;ley
and llalle. concurred m tho tictcs;!tv
which existed tor Immeillate raising of
hundreds of millions to prosrrute the war,
but the opiMislng doctrines which
they held clashed at lie llrst oaset
oier the methods by which the
revenue should be raised Tho
section providing for J"oi (Mo.imj of bonds
became IH targ-tof the Democratic and
l'opullstlr opposition, and Mr. Halle v. In an
hour's sjiocch, argued for an Income tax
which would raise iloo.imi.O ii) a viar. the
coinage of the silver seigniorage, and the
issue of Iris (MO.iMl of iPi.il tender r-otes,
as in alternative proposition Mr D nylev
declared that It was almost Incredible that
anj one could seriously propose In st,ch a
crisis that the g m eminent should rely for
minis upon the proceeds ol another lawsuit
over a pronosltlon hUh the supreme court
had already decided against the govern
ment The Senate was In session but an hour and
a half, during which time no linjKirtant
business was transacted
April 'JO During the two hoirs' session
of the Senate, the conference rcort on the
army reorganlr. itlou bill was agreed to,
and 'the measure eitgrasscd and signed.
The remainder of the session was devoted
to seventy-lour pr.iate pension bills, and
numerous measures Irom the general cal
endar, among them one to enable the of
ficers, warrant onii ers. petlv ortlcern and
marines ot the I'nlted States navy w ho may
distinguish themse ics lu action to receive
a medal of honor, rosettes and ribbons.
In the House the war revenue bill was re
jMirtcd. Aprll2'.- President McKlnley scnttoCon
gress rerommendttw that a bill Ik- passed
declaring tli.it a state ot war exists between
Spain and the I'nlted States. The House re
spo'idrd Immediately, passing unanimously,
u It ho it debate, a bill in arcordante
with the President's recommendation as
soon as It could lie prcpaied by
the committee on foreicn all.itrs The Sen
ate ai ted unanimous also, bat not until
there had been a debite of an hour and a
half over atiameu linent propised by Sena
tor Turple recognising the tulllgeriicy of
the Iniurgcnts This amendment was voted
dowa and then the wir bill was pissed
n'hc Sen ite pass, l the nival appropriation
bill, carrying mar.y lO.iinooo for man
April .:i The lions? pastel til' army re
organization i 111 Some fear was expressed
on the D 'inocratlr side that the bill might
increase the rcgulir arm In ttm of
peace bat ,n amendment prepired by Mr.
Ilalley which removed all doubt on this
core was aicepted by .Mr. Hull and the
I Ut passed by a unanimous ote The bill
reorganizes the army Into the three
battall m lormation and nuthorl7.; the
twenty-live uglm nts of the infantry
arm of the service to be recrultd up to a
total of al.M ) en ix'.eil in -n. It autliorlr-ss
the rccruitmsnt o! the ten regiments of
the cavalry arm of the service to a total
of l'J.OD l enlisted men the seven regiments
v f the artillery arm of the service to 10. ir7
men and the engineer bittalbn of live com
P inles up to 7VJ enlisted men. Including
two non-c unmlsiloncd ortlcsrs, which
makes a total ln these four arms of the
service, when at a maximum btrength of
i, l.o Hi
In the Senate funerat scrvl-es were held
oyer th remains of the late Senator Wal
thall ot Mississippi
April 'JJ. The House rus'iel through
without debate the conference rcjKirt on
the bill authorising the President to call
ii.lt tlie volunteers, and agrcelngbyun.ini
mous consent to meet at t i o'clock to-morrow
to take up the consideration of tho
army reorganization bill. The Pat-turxon-Cirm.it.fc
contested election case
was dlspiseil of, the slttl ig mem cr, Mr.
Cirmack, being given th seat by a vote of
ltlO-lia several liepubl cans voted with
the Democrats, and many declined to vote.
The Demorat were very bitter in their de
nunciations of Mr. Patterson, who belonged
to the gold wing of Hi pirtv
During the brief open s?sslon of the Sen
ate the formal announcement of the death
of Senator Walthall of Mississippi was
mad?. A secret sess. on of two hours was
held, during which the conierence report
on the volunteer bill was agreed to, but no
business was done lu open session.
MANY LIVES' LOST.
Tlireo Explosions In it ('ullfornl.i Powder
Mill soveii lie nl
Santa Ciiiz, Cal , April 2 Tlireo
explosions about .": J. yesterday after
noon ut tho California ponder works
caused a greater loss of lifo than any
of the previous accidents in thu his
tory of tlieso works. It Is k.iown thnt
seven were killed nnd four seriously
Injured, r3 follows:
Ldwnrd Kitlderan, a brick mason; .1.
Miller, foreman of one of the mills; C,
A. Cole, carpenter of the works; li
Jennings, H. dose, two boys named
A (ireitt Lookout lUllooii.
Cijicaoo, April 29 Captain William
J. Llovd, assistant superintendent ol
the Western L'nion Telegraph com
pany mid commander of uiu ..lnul
troops of the Illinois national
guard, ncMug under a commis
sion from Ooncrnl A W (Ireoly, of
the Pulled States signal service to as
sist in the work of equipping a large
captive balloon to bo used by tlio navy
department in following tho move"
ments of tlio Spanish warships, has
succeeded in securing a generator
capable of producing from 3.0,000 to
100.000 cubic feut of gas every twenty
four hours nu.l a reservo.r "wliicli is
made expressly for the purpose cf
holding the nc d neeesary for the
formation of gns.
t'nlilerlieid Niiuilit tttt I tir .1 rcl mi itlnn.
Ili.f.t.nviu.i:, Kan . April 3a The
Fifth district Republican congress
ional convention wns held here yester
day afternoon. W. A Calderhend
was nominated for Congress unani
mously. C'onitnlaclon for Woodford.
W.isinxoroN, Apr.l 3i. The Presi
dent is understood to have practically
promised to give tienernl Woodford n
commission as major ironural and
Colonel Fred (irant a eommissioii us
liny IIh Mint nt it i-
Ni:w Oiii.ka.vs, Li , April oil The
man Henry Waltz arrested at Port
Lads by members of tlio Now Orleans
inivnt battalion is believed to bo a
genuine. Spanisli spy, and the pros
pects are bright for him to lu tho first
mnn executed In tlio nrosent war.
Nephew of .leir.ircon lliivK
PAitis, Ky., April 33. Issue Ales
mider, grand nephew of Jefferson
Davii, Las been chosen to carry tho
Stars and Stripes for company U of
this city lu the war with Spain.
'1 lie hauler a woman chtises a tnnti
the faster he runs.
A woman would rather be u grnss
u blow than tin old maid.
The lighting word among the boys
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tho title of u late song. Whnt other
wny is theroV
We believe Me never knew u man
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Arts Unit respect the mind were nev
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