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THF, TJEPUBLTO: SATURDAY, "APTML 14. 1000.
WILL BE KILLED,
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l"e -. -
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WiiQ haw She
IiieiiU'tiant Knox lielieves lusiii-
gent Leader Is II iIinir
Hallway Telegraphers' Strike.
"Wliilt .Vol fioiioial. Has
rS!15- -i '
mm&'.y - ? - - , .. . : " i
4, 5' & t "
and CURE DYSPEPSIA!
Your money back it" they fail to give immediate relief and cure
permanently Indigestion, Dyspepsia
ordered conditions of the stomach.
R. F. Flalt of Gallal-In, Atk., wiilcs: "I don't find
anything to equal Eopcpsia Tablets for dyspepsia."
Price 50c x box. Every box contains two
Forwarded by mail if desired, on receipt of 0. in po lagc stamps by
Till; IEUPI-PSIA CO.,
323 Clark Avenue,
c.-,-i,i ,ir.ninti who v ns found
s T-onri! in tin huildlns: .-it tlio notihweM.
jnoved to the Messiah Mission Home E
girl's foslr raUier, says that he kept her
building' had eUth her beer to liiln'-t In hH absence. The child will be placed In the.
possession of a charitable lady of the city, nlw will caie for her until file la groan,
rollack. It Is Kild, will iay for her board.
KEPT THE BEGRET
FOUR LONG MONTHS
Friends of William Cooper Sur
prised to Learn ITo Married
Minnie St-ites in January.
MISUNDERSTOOD HIS MOTHER.
J.ridogroom Fancied There Was;
Serious Opposition io Uis
Plans How the Judge.
Stood by the Couple.
Vv'hn William il. Cooptr of No. 12wS Man.
-Chester avniio Jind JIi-m Minnie Stiles o
No. 41(17 Bl.-uno nvenuo uniionnccd ytttcr
il.iytbal the I:nl Ikv n inanlod nt Clayton
li Juclci AVnrdoiiuiTi, Januan 37. they mr
linycd Uiplr friemlsaiii. jiAtcinmlKtl th"ir rel
atives, nrsii! cf v.hom ever Hu;.ecud the
fact. tVhin Mr. Coopcr'a relatives hird
the riev they refused lo bell'ivo It, and
TNOtild notli convinced until they nllrd on
the ymmjr couple and tho license, win- hIiowii
Mr. CoopM's moUir tlioiiKlit that her Fnn
T.a; Jidvlnr lin he told her of lin v...il-
!ns. but when lio InMatiJ, ho ail(fl
Jiim to rrcrve it before hi v.-oi:Id believe It
Mr. Oxiper then jire.Jiiee.1 the lietne. and
limlly cuintiReil lii mo-thcr that the m.ir
li.iRe had iaJ.ea place.
"Why did you set maniefi ?ecicily, my
fc(inv" n:ked Mrs Cooper.
"necHUM- 1 thmiRlit that you n-nuld op
pose the imrriae, snolbei. 1 did not l'i
to dKpkwJte visit by marrlns luratnot our
vihe". Neither Minnie ii'r 1 wished to
ialt lndellnitely to Kt m.irrn d. -n 1 df
olded to iret marrid qnle 1 and not let joti
I.nnw nnythiiu? uhoul It until it i:is nil
over. Then it wiiild be too Lite to oITj 1 1,
j on sp?; mid of cowo 1 knew thit you
would not ralo a row wIki it would do no
Mrr. Cooper st3riled Willmin bj- telling
him th.it. she whs delighted to know he had
been ni.UTied. and thiU Phe 'nould not have
objected to his m-irrl:if;e, but. on tho con
trary, would hae eileouuwed him.
"Yon knou, William." she h.iid, "I hne
aluajs wld Uiat t believed In nersou" i.iar
ivitiK jouni?. and if on hud not been In
nieh a hurry you misht Ii.ive realiz"d Uiat
nothing would have, pleased me better. 1
have a pood notion to maLo you have the
teroniony nRain perfonneiL mi 1 can bo
jire-ent at it. Mr. Cooper thotisht that ho
liad played a uood joke on Jus family, and
was cotiKralubitliiR himself on bavins kept
his marriage so. let for lour months. Winn
he found th.it there had been no occasion
lor all His sot! coy he felt like the Joke i.t.s
lie a.iiil lnt nichf "When Minnie and I
decided to Ret married wo thought a Ions
time about jinihiiK some ilnce where we
could hav the ceremony nc-foruied and
htill keep Uie fact fimn the new.sp.ipcts. I
w anted to bo mm tied secretly beaii"!" I
thought that my mother would not. want
me to fret married. a. 1 am her sole tup
jioiU 1 lliMlly decided to co to "!. ton
md consult my fiiend. Judge AVunleirum.
The Judce iold me tint he eould Ji thiriRB
no I could 1)0 man-led without anjbody llnd
JnR It out. My wife and 1 hurried amy
from Clayton Immedl.itily after the ecie
aony had been performed, and wb congi.it-
and all troubles arising from dis-
wets' treatment. Druggies sc',1 them, f
5t. Louis, Ho.
br an officer of the Humane Society torked
corner of Third and Pino streets-, and ro-
M. 11. Pollack, who claims to 1 tlif little
locked In the room because tenants In the
ulated our.seHes on the sucre-rul ending ot
The inM inuriilni; u weie surprised to
jw o'-r mnrtiaiie announced in the pap'-r.
We expected to hear fnitn the folks ,it
home, lmt. strarce to say none nf them
read the announcement, and weie com
pletely surprised w hen we tuld them
BOOK "CONTRACTS VALID.
ttnlinir of .Incite Williams at Little
p.kpi-fiuc senci m
IJttlu Koik. Ark. April 12-TudKe John
.. WiUmms, In the l'eihi.il (Touil, to-da.
render'.Ml a decree In tho case of the Ameil
ciin Hook Company vs. K. II. Moruhcid,
Coiintv liinlner and halim:in of 11. e
Prairie County School Hook Hoard. Wood
ward .t Tlernan Prlntiiifi romji.iny, H. I".
Johnson Publishing Compuiy and Tlutlnr.
Sheldon & Co. It was asreed that the
American Hook Company has a ulld con
tract entered Into December 1 lSXf. to fur
nish tho Olstnet-i of Prairie Coiintv with a
certain relies of text iKioks And it was
further ai-reed that the Woodwaid A Tier
nan Prinunc Compaii has a valid contract
entered into on December 2, 18K to funiish
OTlaln other books The court finds tli.it
the contracts are local and binding on all
parties, and the Coiintv Examiner Is di
lected lo rertlfv to the State Rupertnten
dnt of Public Instruction within fifteen
dav.s the lilt of books contracted foi. and
certify It to the various school .lliector
and teachers a liaviiiK Iwen ailiteil for
the f.pelllcd term nf six yean
MRS. KOSKY ATTEMPTS SUICIDE
lespoiid'iit Over H'r lliibaiids
Mrs. Clirltlne Kosky of No II C rranklin
anue. who claims h-r lm-liind tli.ip
jpcared Tuesilai mornlnR wlih 'I0 of her
money, attempted tn commit sujeldc yes
tnil.iv mortuim while li spuml nt over her
de-fition lie dr.niU a iu.intm of lauda
num in a fili--s f whisk v. Her condition
v ,.s dif-cev. r-d h hci neiihluiis. who i.uti
ti d a iolieei;iaii An ambiilaiir. too). In r
Si. the it -v Hospital, win re her stomach
wa iflbicd of the poison After a fi v.
hours ..r ti'Mliiient. Mi. Ktisl.y had ie-
eo.rll -tlllielelltlv to ! penilltte.l lo K
Tn-sila Mis Ko-kv lepnrteil to the lio
liee that h' r husband. John. t' yens old.
had deserted h. i. fil.iiu with him -"."
wluih shi had intnist il to him The couple
.nie here from N;ilivllle. Tetin and
boiiKiit a s-mall sio'civ at No '!'' rrank
lin aienue with Hie monev which Ml-.
Kiu-kv. had te.ived as hei sMi,. of lie r
loimir hu-balid's .st-ite. The co'iph h.uv
!" n married six o:il
ItepilJillcnn lrle;illc 1iii.-ii.
m:i i injcsi'i:i"i.i
Wist PHuib. Mo. Alirll 1" -Tlie Itr.ub-lii-ans
met to-dav and si lcrted debratts to
the 1'onitssloiial. State and Judicial t :i
irtitlons The dlcj.aU to the Cont;icssjoc
:u Conientioii wtre instruct.-d for WO'--Ion.
Tin ill legates to the Stat" and Ju
dicial com 'ntiniis were not Instructed
To Hcd oil I-",rnior Decision.
HaiUllle, Mo., piii !' -l"leen ('o.iies
fio'iul ("ommitteem-n ot tile Thirie..nth )..
ttict have issued a call foi .mothei nieriinir
of the eomir.ittie l Pe Soto. April "i,. to set
a time and plice of holilwp the comontioli
to noininate I'emoeraiie ("indicates to Cm:
Srcss. The former a tfon at lie Soto will
be rt pealed
PasiiiK nt VellnniliiiH' Park..
It is frtate.1 u;on iry sno.1 nu'liorlty fiat
tin- Rfj?r w tilth hate mad" Ve!ows'on P.ir.c
fmous tlirouchoul t'ie world Jire -railuallj dp.
cllnins Jiio. onie the sne cf extranriinan
rhcronicna are nes coxcre.i frv buIUInRs, "ho
lt!; tt.at Nature's imt" has lie. n.no xhai;ls-j.
Teirists who lme neer isltfd tl.t p3lk ar
adiscd to do re as soon as possible bpf..r en
of Nature'" tnwt noiilerfitl rieces cf work hti
raswd fomer. Tlil Information br!RR to mind,
ritbtr polntedlr. Hie fact that dfrllns Is th
law of Oi" work'., bith ccoirapbiral nnd phjslcnL
llcal'.h ! th most piedous iH'Wewicn jD the
wnM aii.1 to rrent care cannot b snin to It.
In th yrrinc. when all nature Ib blwwning, jou
Fheuld rerjea your strnRth and reiltaliie jour
I Joed and ncrtes with the best cf all medicines
JIwttter"i PtomHrli Ilittcra. It lo ran
nuaoAch i.cr2:ra. Tra It
STATEMENTS ALL CONFLICT.
I'liimi I'ltiilcnt IWcll Sn.v the
Walkout Is- a Success. W idle
Koad iiflii-inN t'lniiu the
Mi-ii Aie (ienerallv l.oval.
All I'll I. -J . )lll ' i I'f -ltlMl."'l "1 i
toe s-uke ..i l . i. h-gi.tjihe:- ii ill. s .ii'i j
e'n Ilailioad -!iuw. an i:nji! .-til. lit ai mid
night r t th- lallroad l'j-fiiiT I' i - i
Willi li yeslt r.I.iy ami ;nl. this morning
r.m from on i' it. til- hours l:it. amv.vl tl '
.ilinnoi.ii mill to-nti-ht lmt j.Tltii 1;- bthlnd
time, .nil fuijrhl tiaitis are li-sinnim; to (
The ntlitidl.x ot the. roml In-ic ''aim thai
the situation !- no; eon umliHiicid, th it
il his not at an time le i n other tli.ni
Del m.! I
P.-.Mdent Powell of the inlet of lt.illioad
Tele-riaiihers eald to-nii;ht that ihe -trlke
would continue Indt Unlit ly. oi until Hit;
. o'upanv ft. ats with the mill
'11 organization has a piotntue fui d
if $..".'" lo be used In case ot strike " sai.l
tin inesidtut "and 1 .1111 liaMHK thi mom
transit i red fimn ttn- he id.iuaio is to points
on the Southern "
At l'loweit Uniiiti, lia . 1'iiiaiio. Ala
uud Columbus, Mi-s , oiel.it. il- who look
lh, plat is of relit im. .iseiil- liavt b. -i.
roushlv hatnlled uiio tun oi.t tf town
rrci.Mt'iit Piotell's t'liilmi.
Pn-ident 1'ow.ll of the O. IS T tail to
dat W t. are highly ej.i .J oiet the i:cn-s
of the strike. 1 he iininbeis of the oikiiii
lr.iti'.n went nut. to a i.iau M iiiform.it Ion
shows that He tariiT on the Soiltlieiu Is
a !m st totally demoralireil.
"Mi rtports nl:cn ih.u tlio Alnh una Hnat
soii.tirin is unable to fin fni;Iil tl litis.
,mm1 onli lh prim ipjl passem;.-! (rains .m
cimi t.-.v; MIK Oil'.
W.isliinKliri, Apiil 1!- IJepoits ruclifd
o-tlai b -Mr. C.aMion showed tint in 'ill
Li'.' operators li.nl unit woik Many of
them. It was statxl, had retiirnrd to tliet!
About 1 Imi telei:rariht j. In all. are .m-
ploied br the S-uitliei n Cailroad Compaiii.
rin plates of those i ho have nl itsum-1
nork ha bten tilled, in part, at least, m"
Ml. Gannon, hi men from the t lethal
force, who foinitily wotk'-d at the k v. but
had been promoted to lilUier positions. Mi
(i.-iunon ch.ir.ii .grind a absutd the i.potis
i omitiK dura the headquaitt is of the stnk
tr deelatliiR the 'ii!n' to be cornplito
success and asserting that the Imslue on
the Smithtrn load was pnralvrctl
tluly One lli-ln.
Onlv In mw Instani e. he said had lie 'e
leii ativ preat ilelai lo the servlto. mill
Hut was in the case of a train uWin
reat h"d n staiioii by the tume of Alto. in
mihs north of Atlanta. Just oftct the stilite
had uft'tiri i-il This t .iusJ a delay of about
four hours, and Incidental!! prevented the
prompt movement of other train's, who-"
arrivals nnd ilopiirttireti from imlous sta
tions were secondary lo or affected li i
Other delajs less serious in ecnsniuetleo
hud been occasioned bj the stiiku ami also
by tho failiire or conuectioiis from otliei
tallroada to arrive on time.
.Mr. Cannon said Hint on tha AnnUton
diiislcu ot 4." mill s employ-hit; id net -seven
men. only seventeen hud stru. k, on
tho Memphif, tho North Ahilmma and on
tho Danville divisions none nau uestiieii.
on the Richmond division one had Kone
out; on the Norfolk division of iW mil's,
employ lnp 1S2 men. thirty hud let! their
places, and on the Washington division
twelve men went out, some of whom had
ittunietl Tho.se who had koii" out. he de
clared, included emplnves al relay otlites
vvho-e servioi s were not missed so ko ally
as hHd thev oi'diried .11 uthei points.
Mr Cmuuoii to-day sent th- follow ins
Rint-ral imssaK" ndurssd to mi thi iptr
utots in llm employ of the company .
"Out exponent c n 'teitlay and so-ila."
tonlirnm our confident in out Ol"t;r.ipli
tieparttnni Your denionstratlon of lot elf
and tle.uiion to iltitv l speel.tlli sratiiviii
and will not he lost slcht of. yot will lw
pl',i5d to know that the total nuiubei thai
went out Is bs-i thin 10 per isnl of th')
tclegl.iph foice '
i:i.M OITICE (.1. MlDCl).
ltalciRh. N ' pill 1.1 Despite the
stnl.e. iassi nc( triutis ai ruunliiK r-t;ii-lailv
on this divisioii of the Southern li ill
waj t'olonel A It Andiev.s. In-t h-e
pn sident of the toad, sum to-dav
"Ti.iins are inov iiiR leuulurlv on tlie main
line, and In till" teilltoiy n'nilv all unites
are open Selnja is the onlv place (hit is
jrliins; us any trouble The o:llre thiie is
i losed, and the piople who are In s-.mpnthi
Willi the i-tnkcrs refu-e to allow it to be
opened, but it will bo opened before niKhi."
At two or time other polnta thi sttlker"
have refused to suirender the tdlic . and
at some jf ihdii parts of the insinimi tits
luiie be'ii taken til to cut the wires.
STitlKl.lts- l'l.'I I'll.I.I'.l).
ChattattooKa. Tenn . Atril 1?. PassenRf i
trams v.eie itimiim; on the Soutluin. Aii
linin.i (5pMt Southern ami the .Memphis di
visions of the Southern ltmlvv.ij to-la with
but little del.li The vaciiticli's eieated bv
strlktis in this i Itv were filled to-day bv
men In the fielcht oltlee who wire foimMlv
The ntllclaii of the Southern s,.i til it bv
to-xi'orrovi nlshl tiny v ill have ill irain-:
mi sTitiiii: on thi: a. a c.
Cinrlniintl Aptil 1.1 The rumor of an stt.
ticlpattsl strlko to-day on tho ijiie " at.d
i"iesfeiit lloute was lir ilit m lie altt.i
tion of Oeiieral .M.miRer Muiphy of that
rtsid. and In" protnptli -bitnl tint i. sou
id intimiilion of u suike hud bei n mule bv
anv class of their emploe-s
We urc a happi famlli.' snid he, "and
have no (zrii vane n to ,it.just "
:oim: hit at knvwii.i.i:.
Knoxiille, Tent: April 11 Tolo;;raph 05'
ci i"i coniinue a) walk mil on the isnoi
illl. division of the Southern ls.iilvi.iv.
Twenti-nlne ale now nit SiijieriiiMulu.nl
ri.ins stal-s that all but two i.icamlo
have ii.ci hll"d Til" ii'dleation appi ir to
In., thai moie men m.i co mil. Tho rail
load olllcl lis claim .hat li-allle has not bei u
opi:itTo pit io i'i.ii;iir.
P.lnuin.:ham. Ala . April 11. There Is 1.'
tte chanso to-nii;lit In the tele-trajihers-stuke
on the Southern cistern, -iiijieiin-t-iid-nt
Wicker-hani of th" Alaiuma
Gnat Soul hi rn liailvat. which uxperi
ruced eon-idi ruble troulile yeslenlny, sa.s
th'tt the places of the strlkets haie been
Idled ai.il lh.it .ill tiaitis an beitiK handled
without blij. On the oilier hand, th"
te'esr.iph rs -aj- that otler men hnie
joined the strike and s me of lh- new men
sent out bv the ra'lroads haie returned to
the i'Iiv, s'tatiiiR Hint Hiii went to work
under a wron- impression.
Tbt tlrst eiideiiee of rimnath.i was e
juestei. at Iilocton, a small mitilnjr town
near" here, to-dij. wlieie the union mm
trs ran tlio new operator out nf town.
iin"ii.nv stuiki: avi:iiti:u.
Niilioonl ti'tiie C'ootii'll ipt erely Cen
snreil I'rettl.lenl Oonnell.i .
Indianapolis. 1ml . Ajiril 15.-The mcnibeis
of the International TipoKraplucal Union
hnie had a narrow esripe from belnp em
luollcd in Ihe lockouts and strikes so Kcn
tral in the other Hades tlirouehout the
country. The j.resideut of the Intcrnatlonnl
Tvjuicraphlcal t'nlon. Pam-jel R. Donnelly,
leimned beie recently from a trip to Kati
iji i"itv, and havlnu learned while there
ih.it the Typothetiie, the cmplovinp print
ers orsanization. was -liinsr aid to Its Kan
sis Cltv membership In their flsht with the
KanMis Clti union. Mr Donnelly is said
to haie called the Kx-ecuthe Council of the
I T. V. tocether and advocated tho call
ing out of the Job printers employed hv
meiibers of the Typothetae In all the large
Mr. Donnelly a rolIeaEUes repudiated hl
proporitlon by a vote of 4 to 1, and after
a heated and acrimonious discussion it is
said on good authority that resolutions se
verelv censuring President Donnellv tor
dereliction of duty In connection with the
Plttsburc and Kansas City troubles of the
organization were adopted and a pollcv gov
srnlns the future manasement of the af
fairs of the organization wai declared for.
It Is paid that Mr. Ponnetly was Insistent
that a general strike from the book and Job
and newspaper offices of Chicago would bo
wL VVfcMt out with the etntement
'X . sSJia.M,5f
i ,f , -
"1 S .
" i : . -
The iiitmd.ited Metioii of Austin. Hhotini: the I. v: i. X. II. !
biidte, which usiialh stands, si.t feet aliove the wai'-r. The water
here is onlv eit'Ji! feel below it.
that one or Ids cimt-ni'tn- said the printer"
would he hi.iten in two dais, in- is report "tl
to haie salt' "Well. I t i.s Klve th-m a
whlii am wa.i at least :n the newspaper
otlh I- " ' , , .
'I lv uit'ii tl Is s.iu! 1" have v U;r rou.slv
oerrulnl its hlef etei utile and the print
,... ;.re not liK.l to bttonie n.vt.hi'l In the
Sim 'ill libo- UoUbl'S
HOlsTi !i: .MAI l.O Ol I".
Criii'i ill s)ri,e ordered I idf Cou
liaeltiin . Ifld by Tuestliiy.
Ill.l'l i.l P' rl KVl.Vl.
lluusliii. Tn Ann! 13 At i n-eilm; of
the l'oiisioa l..tboi I'liiiull. held thi- .if-
tiioou, a I'solutn-n was jmsi'd orderitii,'
a i;etinal strike of all I. imr ort: nil n ions
Hllllia'-ii wilh the l..ib';c 'oancil Tui'stln
niBlit. Apnl IT. unless tt trouble hetvii-n
the I'm i.'tntsrs' I'tiion and the Huildei.-'
i:xchane shall huve been .settled
The nmtia tins have refused io nnit th
deiiiiiuils r it,, ttrptnii.!-. units- the tur-peittet-s
will sifn .,ii .iKiti iiient f:t one yea
liili'linv tin :n.s.-lve: to voil. fui no one
not a r.i'inl.er of Buildn-' i:.n liurs- Tins
the t ain nteis nil. in do. and this morn
Ini; the (lujilfiiiui, " I ti ' tois elubb".! to
gether ai'd proce.de.i with i he work of i om
Jilelins an iinlliil-iiecl b U'.ini;, i-jr.urinj; the
Cat jien'.'is- 1'iiioti
Tv.eniy-fciir unions aie aillllated with
the l.ih - CiiUIIi II, ilir ibdllif. pi.ii.tle.itly nil
ill,, labur "r'f.iitiz.itioi - in ilie tl'.v. Ir the
Ruieial strike takes place which now
si uis inevitable. bi's!n-s of all kinds
wilt bo ih.u lb ullv stopjie I. Atnnnc tlio-e
to eo out will bt retail i lerks, hotel and
.-t.'ur.mt emplojis, lukeis. stri't tar em-j.liiv-.
iton ui"ld(rs, bieueit woikers. m.i
i hiuisi". julnteis Ica.-makeis. latmdiv
worktts. juiiitniK pn ssiit, ii, r'llmail eiu
ploics niel i ven lh" mm u musician'.
Tlie tailient' is. iilumhi-rs bruklaier,
jiaint("s. woodworkeis and tbetrital lvtulc
ii. ate air. .nil o i! lav let; stritk last
MomLii Th. ji.i -situ,- of tin lesulution .if
the I. ilm: oiiiiill has . .ni-e.l ..rislil.-nn.l.)
exciteir.i lit i.moiii; III. iiimiiI.iis of tlio la
bet oiK-itiizaiii in. The euiirxtors an
notilitf in-iiUtit that lhe will lielp e.n h
ollnr to 'omi.lile all huiliiims nm. under
i tiustitii tinn. n ,.'ro'e-s of the unions.
Kit l. I Mos T utn.
split llrlnren Poileirill NflT lurk
tirpi'lllei ' Ol'lttlliilll Ions.
N w o:k. April 11 -A -pin ,-imoir.; ".
10 4ft carp' niel- t,f New Vom his treated
biter :iinn;inisin hi iw.vn two of the mi-t
jioweiful nidi ns of thi kind 111 the wotld.
The New Yolk i "itv I'irjieiiii rs" t"iiion i?
lialituis: the New Voik Distnet I'ouncll of
CarjieliO-is and Joineis. The I'uited Huitd
ine Ti. ults ts sii,ponlus the city carpm
trs" union, and the I'ulteil Ilrotlierliooil of
'.up liters ami Jieners of th" I'nlti d Statt s
and '.inula will siijipirt the New York
Jii-ttu t Ciium il of Cai poolers and Joln'rs
The AniTieati P. dt 1 111011 ol Labor with
its i(r"i(.n m, mhi r-. is .ils,, linking the
1 on r.
Tin New York I'aipent"-' ln!uu Las nr
lei t'd siiikts, .lu.nn-t the nn mb r- ! tin
Ni 11 Ymk lisirlel ori;.i'ii7at:on Tile V- v.
"ik i'.ip..ileis- t"iil,m asserts' Hint tin .n
b. rs of tie rimed iliolheil.ood fiom "tlei
ilil'S ait (cmini: In re ami 1111 b 1 hm hi'.
Until tlui- den! iilnt; them of 1 mp'n,:m .11
and m.il.in'- this Itv lln- diiritiiiig srniiml
lor the coi.ntrv lut.ius, of Its liiqh w i"
nnd snn 1 hoi.t"
The I mud Itioth'iho'd s;n thai Nt 1"
Yuri, is trvim: in build i null a-mmd the
1 Itv 111 iii.iistioti t.i tie liil tnatio'i.'l I n
i m ml dn'ii-f 'li.it t'ie villi iv PI 11 ver
sTUIKHlts llll,l) II Wl.
sli,.i;il lleliteii OH niltl liny
(all lor '! mops.
i:p.pi"iiiji -I j;, , x).
New 1 ii'l,. juil 1"! - S veil liuiidi.il
swai'hv stiver nr.n. .1 with l.niv.-. 1 h.b i
and rtn k-. are lin, d up to-night pgainsi lVi
pejuity S-'hoi fi"s v ith fiolvits and guns.
at the 111 v Ctoton li.un. at I'lolon Kiudliig.
Tie!.- I. ue been seieril skirmishes be-
twe, n sfik, is and workmen, and a lleno
Inltle with tin- Deputy Sheriffs ts inoinen-
t.llilv rJ ."",
sin rlff .M'iIIov of Westc!iestr County
may .all on the i-ovitnoi for troojis to
morrow The tumble s due to .It inatnl by tho
Italian labours f.,i $1 .".o a d.ij Thev now
rtceive M - lot nine houis' work
V. liil" the new t'lobm dam is a municifnl
euterpri-e ihe milk is being .lone b" .011
ti i-t .Hid has been in progress foi sevorai
vo.ir. In i'trikttig Ihe laborers scim d the
il.-im and the ui.ib 'i.il stotnl .ibotit the
pi rmlses Win 11 the Deputy Sheriffs :it
(mjitetl to di-lodgc them thtv offered
slnut lesisiiimo and repulscl the olTlceis
Thei rer.ise to b'Tl-ie until the.r dctn mils
b.n.'. been ciimphfl "liil and it appears
1 li., t tin- Shtriir ci.i.n.' conmiand : suf
tlcii lit loree to diclodge limn
M Mil IAmTiMMIH'i I'UPI.
Oier I'lie Tlitiu:ioil lien Out oil
Georjir-s " L.
ProslbiiT. M'l . prll 13 -The s,ik-j
amoni- the e.'-W coal mine:-:' in the Geomc'i
Creek dis!riit. which began on Wednesdii.
continues in full fone. with no Indications
of an intention to ji'lJ on the jiart of ei
Ihti the miners or the owner-
No work Is being loii" In any of the mines
hi the legion. All the me hanies and Libor
ih in tin- einploi of th" Cumlierl.inil Iron
and Ste-1 SI iftliig Wo-ks went on slrlki
lJ-l nlghi Abj'it J35 men are liuolied.
.iMiTiir.n tvtinvt T!tuir:.
Wdsliingt-n. Ind April 11 -All of theCi
bel coii'ji.inv's mliiet ! quit 'o'k to-d.iy mi
account of "th" infural ot the op. tutors to
ticounlze th"m as union laborers. T. I.
tofcrls Slate vice piesldent ot the miners"
orp-ini.'..itinu Is here but is unable to effect
a settlement. .
Through the influence of ;) miners who
as-embled here from ovei the State the
c.ibel miners ioined tho union last Tttes
diiv . "
riiiiiiiii oi" viouaci:.
While IMilios ilr".'' SlierifTn Are
M nteliiliK SH'Ikers.
New York, April 11. Application was
made to-dny to s-henff Mollov at White
Plains for livi depute s bi go to the Cornell
Dam to prevent ihe sNikerj there from
The strlkeis are said to have made
threats and to hive bo.i'U'd of tne de
struetlcn th-y would cause if thi ir demands
were not complfd with. There are alut
S.i st-iker in te di-turbed district.
iionshn wn.i. N"'i" itncr.ni:.
-Nonunion Liilmr lliretl In l"inih Mr
sliall CicliI lluililiiig.
Chi-ago. Ajiril I"!.--An ojien letter was
given out by the contractors to-day in
which it is announced, with special refer
ence to the strikers and all unions nftiliated
with the Hiilldinc Tndes Council that the
eonUnetors intend ;o complete the Marshall
Pleld building with nonunion labor, no mat
ter what difficulties are met
President I.HH H'lmis.
P.EPrRl.li" ::P1 ''"' ''
Conway. Ark . April 13. -J. G Kile re
signed tho presidency of Central n.iptl"t
College, to take effect at close 0f this rs
sion It is reported that he has accepted
a jtosltlon In the facctti o. Uuachlta iiaptist
CkIIcc at Camden.
,:." - ",
THE WORST OF IT.
William Kaiser Tried lo S. parale
Two .Men and Was Stabbed
OTHERS ALSO WERE WOUNDED.
William .McDonald and .Tames Oil
ben Weie the ,ombatant
Kaiser's Injuries Are Fa
tal A Fierce Fiht.
Uilhain Kai-er. 1 poi'er In Killingers
saloon at No. IfW North Third street, la-t
night attemptfii to par.ito two men who
wire llubtiiig in front of the saloon, and ns
.1 lesult of I.ls interferetan is at the City
Iln-pil il in a dying I'onditioii. lie w.t.s
.stahped eight tiinis in tin- abdomen, lire:. it
and b.n k ....
'1 In wound in the abdomen in tceir Is
etinslileied bi the hosj.ltal phv.su laps to lie
tain), and Up.ir'iluini via" jieifoimtd lulo
The eoinbatants w.-re WIUI-io, al'.as
"Hutch" .Mf Donald, and .hum -. atlas
"Skinnj" Gilbert. P.a;'.t.ra, ilaggets and
pock-it knives were the w-apons used
Kaiser r fused to Identify the men as
h s assailants when they wire bi ought be
fore him nt the hospital.
The light between .McDonald and Gilbert
lesult! d from an aigument uVT the ij
ment tor a .omul of drinks. Kai-er was
ub-ent from the saloon at the time the
light starltd. He entered Ihe jibue Ji.st in
time lo see the tvio men draw knlies and
slash tit uch uthei He made. 1111 uttemjit
10 s.j,.uate thu 1111 11. and In the mil'-e
which followed was stubbtd tight times.
M'eDonalil wi-.s stnbbtd under the left arm
and Gilbert was also badiv.cut. When the
jiollre arrived Knlatr was lying on the floor
of tho siloon In a pool of blood and Mc
Donald was propped up In a chair. Gii
bfrt. who 11 ns injured in the buck, es
tajied. An anihulause was sunimomd .ind
Kaiser and .Mi Donald wire removed to the
When the iimhulnrit'e sirtied at the Ciiv
j Ilosjiltnl Kai-er was .so weal, from loss of
j blood that it was some llm- bi tore he
, coti'd bo .sutlieltlitlv moused to glie his
rume fier 11 stoiutives had bten admit -
Isf-ied. lie said tint his name wis Alb'it
, K.i-or and Hiat he had hied in Si !y..iN
foi seieiitteu iar- III an Incoherent mitn-
1 er lit gave fin account of the light, but
sullied anxious to prolti I t'l- men w-'io
had pnrliciji.ited in It His storv w-.i- Ii-
, n giilar and i nntlicti'ig. Wliil t! siirgt il
operation was being iierroimtd he fainted
sever ll times. VclotlJtil s nijit'ies vveitf
1 01 1 oiwitlt red serious
'Ihe ll"oi In Killiuger's ".ilrnin. '-oon aft r
tl e light. looked tint unlike a killing jien
In .1 si, night. 1 -house. k'ti-er. Mepnalil
i ,ti .1 unfit roonieu ai ine .viapie nou-t.
No. UK North Third street.
KANSAS WINS THE DEBATE.
.MUsoiiri I'liiversitv Atjitied for
Keepiii"; the I'liilipjiines.
itKPt la.icsi'i.ci vr
l.nv retue, Ka-. Apii! 11 Kansas won
thu third annua! drbile bet-.ucn Kansas
and Missriuil universities, which was held
in the opera-house here to-day. The Kan
sas debaters vv.ie Jay T. Hotls. John II.
Tol.in and Leroi K. Kiee, while .Missouri
a rejiiesented hi .Mercer Arnold. Henri
S Conrad and Clyde Williams. Tne iucn
non was. "i:esoli,d. That tho PhlllppineH
should be retain, tl us a permanent 10I011I1I
Ill-session of the 1'nlted States." Missouri
had Ihe atllrtuatiie
Theso interstate debates between .Mi
souii, Nebiaska and I ins.is In gnu in IV.
when the Kansas boys were victorious over
ihe Nchraskam: here. Of J tin four debnt'-a
since that time each university luu won
two. In lM'S tlio llrst debate betwefn Mis
souri and Kansas wa.s won by the MD
sourlans in Lavireuee. but last year llm
Jayhawkers rti feated tho Missouri.ins at
Columhi.i. II Is no.v proposed to take
either Iowa or Cdoiado Into this Icngue ami
make an even number. In that event two
of the schools would debaie with e.icii
other, ant! the winn-rs of tin so two debates
would decide t lie 1 liumpionsklp each year
bv a thiol debate
The bulges to-night weie Superintendent
Greenviooti mid It I. Ye.iger of Kansas
fit! and J Willis Gletsl of Topek.i Th y
voted two to one foi Kansas
Vniicrlil of n 11 11 .M. silinoierllelil.
The funeral of Atllii il Stlti'niei in a!.
wlio'p !..( ti occ 11 r"d last Wcdne-dav. tr-,1;
piac. vesierd.ii at the home 01 lur pirtiiis,
M- and .Mr-. August sjunimeilit Id. N". --'G
''ass aienue Tin Keierniil .1 I Klit k.
iK'stor of Si I'etei's. Cermaii llvaugeln il
Church, sjiol.s at the house ami the gr.ne.
rib nine fsjieenlly to the '"lit i.tl.111 '''.tt
.u-ter of the de id gill Muni fiiemls ive e
prts'tit nt the house, and the dotal ollei
ings were iitunerou ami ler.iitiful "i .1'
j.illbcurcrs were all young men i" W.
-,; Hubert .lu.ioil and Chaib"; Keicliu 11
ivhowere s.s(i late,l 11 lih Miss Summerlirld
In the business office of The ilepnblic ami
I. KroMiieier. The burial was in St. P
l'rtimiiieiit I'nrmer Com leleil.
r.i:i' isi.if si'iiiAi.
Nashville. HI.. Aptl! 13 -The April leitn
of Washington County Circuit t'ourt which
was In session nil week, cios-d to-dav. The
Grand Jury leturned ten Indictments. T''e
last ease tried was John H.indolph. a proml-i'e-it
farmer of iticlnlew, charged with as
saulting ll'ster C.isner a neighbor pirl.
The jury returned a verdict of guilty after
being out ten hours.
St. l.i.iiUans In Got bum.
Xev York. April 1.1. Hotel arrival- to
div Include tlie following vlsitois from the
xpgro Slayer (gplarril,
TtKrl-BLIC Sl'KCI 4L.
Columbus, Miss, April 1.1. John Fierce,
the negro who shot William Currv In a
dispute over a crap? game last Sunday, has
been raptured, and Is now In inil awaiting
trial. Hid ilctim died last night.
Virginia, 111.. April IS. A. C. Stewart and
Miss Lou Bullard, both well known at Pa
ducali. Ky.. were married here to-day by
JuJ Fred A. Snyder.
St lioiiis .ill's siewari. .virs. .1. t. -o-nrt
'll H- I'rjor. Waldorf; I". It. Beet. J.
Duncan. II. M. Young, imperial: G. -.
Eychliaun. G. K. Wells. Herald Square: K.
S'Sh.iltz. I'nlon Snuare; J. J. Atkins, Jloif-
MILITARY NOT SEEKING HIM.
Mai abelies Hate Him. and Tin v (
ill Find and As.sa.ssiuate j
lliin." Savs the Ameii 1
ISKPl HI l -l'h''J VI.
san l-"ran i-co. Cai pi.l "- I ir p
doiib' the liulh of th- 1 urrei ' 1 ..no:- 'b ,
Agiinnldn is cocaealed In M liila 1
were there I do not think lh" auMiorO es
would make much effort to cat h him T-taptu-e
and imprison the insurgm; chi-'
would lie to make a mjrtvr of l.tm an 1
Hie err-, r on 'he 11.1'iifs w. tild be bad I'
he 15 let alone the .Maeal'l."s will as.n
slnate him. foi th" have no use for bin.
This remark.! hi. statement was made b.
Pirst l.leuleiiatit George H KliOT. H
nephew- of CoI.u;-l K.lward M K1105 nf
New Yotk. who has Just returned from
Manila, whrie be was for nior- than Ji'tt
months i-hiff of Peine of tne Qnl.ipo D s.
trict. He was also Asto,jit Chief of !'. -lire
of .Manili. iifdet Major TIernnn of the
Sixth Art ill' ri I.ieiitirant Ki.o-c rov b
lungs to ihe Seventh Infanlrv and 1 on W
v.,i t. N'w Mevi- o. w litre he hs le -u
onlei"d for garri-ou duti
"Th nit ts are que' r penpt to Iiatid!"
aid l.l-utenaiit Knox. "Tliej plat- no
vain,- on .1 human l.fe and are not af.-i..l
of kulvts and llreu-ms. but strange to sn
Hies are In mortal f. ar of .1 hard list or a
lush. The Macaheles ;ir the btst lighters,
but car" tin least for a human life. I hai"
heard It often asserted that .Macilel.es
have rieier been known to take prisoners
Th'v alwav kill. Th-v will as-asjlnate
Aguinaldo ir tl.'v Sft a chatite.
"'I hud the famous half-Spanish police
man. I'apt.'.In Kara. In mi" district. He Is
a line policeman, but a . -old-blooded wretch
In the old days h murdered and plllag'-d as
he plensfd. but he has bfti very valuable
"I had 121 soldiers and eighteen naiiv
police In my district One little native
jxilieonutn. not more than five feet high,
captured three ronbrs. w ho had the drop
on him with th'ir jilstols one night II
simply walked up to them and took their
weapons away "
CASUALTIES IN BATTLE.
War Department Kereives Xctv
List From Otis.
Washington. April 11. The War Depart
ment if died the following casualty list
from Genera! Otis this morning:
Manila. Aj.rll H.-Kilbd:
laixoii. Ninth Infantry, .March SI. MabBta
eat. Comisinv K, Alotizn 1.. Johnson. Ser
geant; Twelfth Infantry. (Verona. April b.
Comirfini- A. Augunt St.htiltz. artificer:
Twenty-ninth Voluritter Infantry. I-eb-ruarr
17. Tagudin. Company H. John W.
Walker: Thirty-eighth Volunteer Infantry
.Manh Z: P.utnnzas (Ti7.tu0. Company C.
Alet. Cooper, tlfs-njiitated bv Filipino. Paci
ni: Hlgliteenth Infantry. .March 27. Sail
Jo-e do Bnena Ylst.i (eanay), 1 ompauj .
Freilerh M. Plinl-r
AVounileil Iitizon. Seventeenth Infantry.
April 7, Camr.llne. First Lieutenant Frank
J Morrow, wounded in leg. eriou.s; Nine
teenth Inf.mtrv. .March 10, "Valderrama.
("omisinv U James K. Davit", wounded in
ahrionuii. serimis; Twenty-fotirtlt Infantry',
rebrunry 2i. Hongalnin. Company G. Kirk
Foil lis, wounded In he id. slight; James II.
Thomas, wounded In leg. slight: Twenty
fifth Infantry. Febnnry 15. Hotolcm. lon.
pany II. Tony Grnnt. wounded in thigh,
slight; Willi- J. Johnson, nvomitled in thigh,
flight! Twentv-nintli Volunteer Infantry.
l-"ebrur.r.i 17. Tugudin. Comjiany 11. James
J. Huskftli. wounded in head, slight, cap
tured. Fort let li Volunteer Infantry. Jtnt-h
1. S.in Jose. Company H. Ben II. lljrahnll.
wounded In 1-k. slight; Comjiany C. Hra
11, t I.. Tomletison. musician, wounded In
urm. slight. Company D. Charle" U Brooks.
Curporai. wounded in thich. "erlous;
l'harl-s H Hu-e. woundetl In abdomen,
-light. Tana. Ughb-enth Infantry. March
"' ''aliitgie.ibug. Comjany D. James G.
Turning, vound",! In l"g. slight: -March "7.
San Jose ISuetiii Vista (P.inay). Mtirmupon.
'"larence Is Messier, woimdefl tn lnitli
thighs s.-rloes. Niufteenth Infantry. .March
10. Vald"rrama. Company A. Timothy Sliea,
Corporal, wouiidetl in forf-he.nl. slight; Ce
bti. Nltietwmth Infantry, February "7, Da
na 0. Company H. Frank Wysnr. Pergennt.
wountled in abdomen, s-rious; Samar, Forty-third
Voluntter Infantry, .March S. Mata
Riiimi. First Lieutenant Joseph T. Sweeny,
wounded in thigh, slight: Company II. Jo
seph K. Jordan, wounded In shoulder, seri
ous; James H. I'lansy. wounded In hip,
slight. Clinton Mear, wotindnl la wrist, se
rloti". HOWARD GOULD SUED.
His Former Valet Prays for $'J.".
New York. April I.:. Justice- Fitzgerald in
the Supreme C"iirt to-day issti-ti a tom-nii-sinli
t" William .M. Osborne, t nitcl
Slates Consul Gen'-ral at Ixmdoii. England.
W take the testimony of William lilt, on
behair of Howard Gould, in a "iiit brought
against him by Trank Jtirabrai, -Mr.
GoiiId"s fotmer valet, to recov er $:3.W0 for
injuries, alleged to have been rtceived or.
b'.artl Mr Could' yacht. Itihlegardt-. In
Iti th" fomplnlnt. upon which his action
is based. M0wbr.1v, tnrough hi" counsel,
-ets rorth that Mi Gould "negllgeuUv- or
dtrtti and dlr.ct.'d him In lire of: for m"i
ilL-pl-O a intmbT of signal rtxkets lte,,t
. mi hoard I lie yneni.
' M011hr.11 alleged that he refus'il at first
,,. ! as dlreen-J. Mil un being told bv
Mr Gould lU.ll He 11 OHIO ne uisi-liiilifu ll
he contluueil in his refusal, comphtn. and
was b.nlli Injured by the explosion of one
of the rntk'ts. Mr. Could, the complainant
s-ts forth, further, promise,! to employ him
fot tlie rei .f hi life, but ilis-h.irg"d
him us soon as the statute r limit Ulons
ivum-el to Mr Gould made u further
.timer to Hie roinpiiitnt. other than th.i.
Mr. Gould hud n good and r.ullielent defense
vvhiih vonlil i'e interiiotd upon tho lrl.il
..t the suit.
BLAMES THE SNUFF.
John Keats Sa.vs His Wife's I'se
of It Caused Her to Elope.
Chelmsford. Mass.. April Ll John Keats,
a local butcher, mis that his wife has
eloped with Ills hired man. Howard Uln co
rner, ami has gone to live In Lowell. Keats
and his wife w're married thirty-two years
"She look mv best false teeth, the feather
bed. mv sailiiss of 7V in cash. .1 load of
furniture and three pairs of new fast black
sock."." Keats declare-
"D-tv before lestirday." he added, "my
wife -'aid she w'.is going to Lowell to meet
a friend. 1 asked tn-r iC she needed anv
money, and took nut all I hjd. just tl In
change .My wif- took 9.. and said that
was .ill she ne-ded. That left me with a
nickel. I have not Keen her since.
"The reason for my wife's act is easy
to see. She took suiilf. I n"ver yet knew
niiybody who used It to have a very strong
Centralia. III.. April IS. Etdorea F.
Church and Jtlsi Klttie .May Iroster were
married here to-day by the Reverend. J. K.
Conicrrsa-nan Moody Henonilnnled.
Portland. Ore.. April 13. The Republican-;
of tlio Second Congressional District to-day
renominated XI. A. Jtootly for Congress.
ITnltetl srtates Senator Joseph Simon and F.
S Stanley vvero elected delegates to the
National Republican Convention. The dele
gates were not instructed.
es a caoritaS ooncSStson
SkSrac&y isacaah!e tr, soma
dgStf&Gtty iGB313$G Hi
VSeH woman tSen't have
the blfsosy tut compara
tively few peo&'o under
slant? iteir the atght metli
sstss w:sl drsva tiesn away.
I Lydia E. PinKham'i Vectafale Compound
ovsreamas the blues,, be
cause H is the safeguard
of woman's Imalih.
It regulates the entire
female organism as
nothing else does. When
the dragging sensation
and the backache go, tha
blues will go also.
Read the letters front
women appearing in this
paper women vho have
tried it and know. There
are a million such women.
In the matter rf ale (and there, are
lo's In this; eitil. who h.i'.e tr! d
BURTON STOCK ALE
BED LIOM BRAND."
are unanimous In declaring th it It
ftiuals In evtry respect the beir Im-
nortetl and excels all domestic brand?.
THET OCC. I IT TO KNOW.
If yitir grocer or lirjuor dealer can-T
rot supplv vou. telcphoni brewery dl-J
reft. Kinloc-h D13H. J
tni IDT AN ALE an J PORTER
t I51II I Ull BBEKIffi CO.. St. loni. X
MCDOWELL BROKE D0WN.
Actor Started 1o Make a Speech
to Elis Audiencp.
Sioux City. la . Apri! 13 Melbotirr.i .Mc
Dowell broke down In the third act of
"Fedora" in this city to-night. The cur
tain was rung down, and the money a
refunded to the audience nt the door. Th
company, with McDowell and Blanch
Walsh, "as co-stars, appeared her Thurs
day night In fleopa.tr." and nil went
smoothly , , ,,
To-night, while In the midst of his lines.
In the third act. McDowell hesitated and
stopped. He paid no attention to th
prompter, or to .Miss WuNh. but cam
down th stage and said: "l.idies and gen
tlemen. " . ...
MLss Walsh called him back, and tho
curtain was run down. The management
fays. McDi well is nervous, and wn physi
cally unable to proved. No further state
ment is vouchsafed.
Mnnsllelii Dntcsi Canceled.
r.urralo. N. Y., April 13. Mr. llkhard Man.
IlM Has U-n olilUtnl. i-i ct.iisciiuenee of an at
Uitlc of lirvnirtti-. to i-.ii'Cl all it.Uts preiiuu,
to t'ie J'-!." and !ft Iiufful'. Ic-nU-ht for N'tv
-l i-k to r-ceii me.il.-at troatnu-nt. It Is thounni
the Interval will sultice to retere Ms health sut
Potently t' is-rmit o tlie contimi.it'en nf bis en
gag'Tnent'". tutves-tve changes of tllnutt- ir
said to haie caii-eil uie re.ii.ieoran.-e of thr nt
troubles 10 which Mr. M.niliebl is subject. ..Is
compiiny arrlvit hp--e rrom flt-.t'Iiind to-nlslt.
Bern me til on the Mane.
The Importance of each .u:tor to n perfect
presentation of a pt.ty was well illusitrateil
Thursday evening at the Olympic Theater.
In the first act Mr. Harburv became sudden!!-
11! Willie on the st ige. Feeling in
danger of falling, li" sat d uin mi a touch
nnd for a moment was unable to go on with
his part. He recovered sttlllelentlv to spenl.
his lines, but lamely, and the imperfection
nf tliis one par; ol the machinery caused
tho whole the play to run with an uneien
ness. tlio more jarring because so unex
pected In a Beh'in production.
NOVEL POINT OF LAW.
Decision Mhvr Affect Hundreds oE
Springfield, 111 . April IS. A question of
L111- which Is of vital Interest in criminal
cases in the State, and especially In Cook
County, was raised in the Supreme Court
to-d-tv In the case nf I.augnlh agsiti3t the
people. Oislan W. Cameron, attorney for
the plaintiff In error, directed th- attention
of tne court to th- fact that the prisoner
was round gulltv of larcenv In the Julv
orm JS'-C of the Criminal Court of took
Count! and wns not sentenced until the. Oc
tober term. 1st, nm.itnittg in Jill during th.
August and September terms.
It Is contended by th- plaintiff In error
that no continuing order was entered by tho
tourt at th- Julv term and that therefor
the tourt lost Jnrl-tiietton of the case ami
could not sentence the prl-oncr nt a future
term It i "alI h'lt hundreds of prisoners
In Cook Countv will be affect d by tho de
tlslon of the Supreme Court on this tiues
tion. The case was taken under advise
(.client I ClorL. VUllidrivw.
Springtleld. HI. Ajiril 11.-A Mattoun spe-
ClGerrerai: Horacn S. Clark, this city. Lit
Depirtment Comm meter G. A. B.. and n
cntididate for Bcjiuhticmi nomination fo
Goiernor III 1S3I- ha- withdrawn as a ea 11-ill,l-it,-
Tor Republican nemination for ( on--ress
for th" Nineteenth DIstricL He say
ft is" because In- lil not have Indorsement
of his homo county of Coles, and that with
out that he could not be elected It nom
inated, as the uisirici. is nt'iiniri n' .
Paralysis from Coffee.
"Sometime ago I had a
shock of paralysis, which re- &
stilted from the continued tise
of coffee. Dizzy head and --
confused feelings were con-
stantly with me. I was induced
by a physician to leave off S
coffee and try Posttim Food tf
Coffee, with the result that I
am now clearheaded and in y
perfect health." Mrs. F. Tv.
Wiloughby, Amherst Station,
N. 3 f. Made at the pure food y
factories of the Posttim Cereal ft
Co., Ltd., Battle Creek, Mich, ft