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Shot Down hy .Slmrim'.sootrrii In the
lluttlo at Sun M.ilvo, l.titun.
rrrlnrr of War nnd the I'realden
Hapresa I'riifnand llrlrf Ovrr
the llenlli air the (ln.
WnslilnKton, Dec. 20. Tlie wnr tie-
pnrtmritt Tuesilny night rrcrltril tin
Hillowlrtfr oniclnl contlrinntioii of tin
klllliilf of On. I.nwton nriir Knn Ma
.Mnulla-Orn. I.nwton riiBajri In
driving liiHiirfjenta from Hnn Mnlro,
motion of country nortlienal of .Mn-
mm, killed Inatniitlv nt 0:3(1 vesti-e.
cliiy inomlnif. A ureal Insa to u iiml
mi country. (Hiinietl) OtU.
Secretary Root nntl the president
raeh Turmlny night expressed hi
pnifoiuitl fjrlcf nt tlie confirmation of
the report of the death of the KaU
On. l-nwton'M drntli wna n crrnt
.hock to the olllcers of the wnr de
partment, to nearly nil of whom ha
wns known personally. Hlthrrto his
luck In liattle hud been marvelous, lie
hnd hern In hundreds of skirmishes
nnd midnight nttark. Ur wan regard
ed u n mnn of notion nnd of splendid
murage, mn wn not romildrrrd reck'
less. He never exposed hi mm with.
out due cuimlderutlon of the risks nnd
Munlln, Dee. !. On. Uwtoi left
home Monday night, hating returned
Horn northern otieratlons Kntur
ilny to lend nn expedition through
Mariulnn talley, which hni been nn
Insurgent stronghold throughout the
Knn Muteo win nttneked nt 8 o'clock,
and n three houra fight ensued. Tlila
resulted In liut n few ciisualltlrs on
the American aide, npnrl from the
lentil or on. Ijiwton, but the attack
wan dlftlcult liecnuie of the nntural
defense of the town.
;rv ork, Dec. 31 A dispatch
(fives the following necount of the
enth of (Jeii. Law ton:
.Manila, Dec. St. -At 12 midnight
Monday, Gen. Lawton left hia wife.
a EN. HKXflY W, IJIWTON.
nnd, In a pouring rain, with a nmnll
gtinrd, went to meet the troop In
a night nmrcli to San Mateo, lie re
marked to hlii wife that when he got
through here he would volunteer In
the. TrntiMnul, where the enemy would
light. lll wife answered:
"N'o, honey, you will go home with
me to California and ralso oranges.
Vou hutei done alt you enn for your
I.nwton's body la now being brought
In ntrr the boggy trnlla ncroia awol
leu rivera. Tuesday he mnrched nil
dny In n drltlng ruin, and met the
enemy In force at Snn Mnteo. Lieut,
lirccklnrldge wnn shot. Lnrrton dis
mounted nnd helped to enrry him on
a litter. Hendlng over the litter he
wax nsslntlng In dressing the wound
of lirccklnrldge, when a bullet panned
through hl heart, killing him Instant
ly. The feeling In no great nt I.aw
ton'n headquarters that no one enu
tulk. Mm. Iawton aremn not to un
derstand yet that It In possible her
hiishnud I dead.
Almost at thla moment the eheera
of the American troops rushing into
Hun Muteo wcro mingling with the
rille volleys. After the fight, nix atnl
wnrt cm airy men fordrd the river to
the town, carrying the litter on their
shoulders, thcatnfl preceding with the
colors and u cavalry escort following.
Munlln, Dec. 21. MnJ.Gen. I .aw ton's
body wni brought from San Mnteo to
Manila WedncfciUy iifteruoon.hla stuff
and a bipindron of cavalry acting as
escort. It woh found neccKsnry to
bridge the rltcr.
The funeral will take place from hla
luto resilience here, a mansion for
merly occupied by n Spanish genernl.
The body hna been temporarily plural
In n vnult in Kl l'nco cemetery, whero
many of the American Koldlcra have
been Interred, nnd n guard of honor
will be maintained. When Mrs. I-uw-ton
and her four children ahnll have
completed their arrangements for re
turning to the United Stntea the re
mnliia will bo taken on u transport,
with an escort of ofilctm, for final In
terment, ua la thought probable, in
Car Simps llururd.
Dubuque, la., Dec. 21, The car shop
of the Chicago, Milwaukee fc St. l'aul
road, the largest plant here, wut com
ph'tely deatroyed by fire Wednesday
night. The loss will be $73,000 to
! HiO.ooO, and 300 men will be thrown
out of employment.
l'be Korlr-Klsfhth Starts fur Manila.
Pan Francisco, Dec. 21. The United
'State transport Grant clruml Wed
nesday uml sailed for Munlln with the
out of the volunteer regiments, tba
tbth infant ry (colore.l), la command
Vf Col W. A. Puvnl,
Washington, Dec, H.-Henntn-Not In
House The ettrrerirv bill mi rrml tnt
amendment under thn llve-tnlnuto rule
Hnttirdny, Thn drh.it irnreeded nulelljr.
Itfprescntntlve Hulser (N. V ), Introduced
h juini resolution, derinrlnK tli.it n slnli
nt wnr exlsll In Hunt), Afrlri. anil m-r.ir.1
Ini? Iwlllncnrnt rtcliln In Ihn Trannvanl
Kuvrrnmrnt. Ailjuurne1 until Mundny.
Wsflilnsldn. Dec. 19. Hcuntn Itenotu
tlnns were Inlrotlueinl Monday by Tillman
ir. i-) ami uncoil (On ), nxalnrt ITio re.
tenllon of the l'lilllH'Inn Islamln liy th
I llllril Hlnlea. ltnrli unrnnan In vl.1.1 Hi.
Inlnmli tn n Ruvernment to be rdlnlillnlinl
hy the KltlilntM themsehes. .Mr. Mdrnan
(Aln.) nildrepirit tho friialr tirlelty upon
the nrceliy of Irftlalallon In control
mini, nnil imil hlit Joint rrnnlutlonnCHlnst
Ihirn rrfrrreil tn th Judiciary commit
Ire. A tilll tn reatorn In lliilr orlslnnl
latii an tn irninollon of ndlrers of the
nny nmi inn murine rorp lolnc num
Iwrs liy renon ff thn advancement of
oilier ciinrrrn for exceptional ami merlin
rlom rervlrn iturlns; I ho wnr with Hpnln.
was med, After an execullvn resilon
the scnnla ndopled a houe rrrnlutlon ap
IwlnlliiR a committee to attend the re
ception ami unvellliiE of the stntuo ot
Dnnlel Webster In this city nn Jtnuary
Honr-Thn currency bill, which was
athatft all last week, was passed Mon
day by the houe by n voto of ll lo VJt.
Hl-eaker llendersnn Monday announcel
tho comnilltees of the house of represen
tatives. H proved tn have very few sur
prises, as the spenker preserved the time
honored custom of following precedent as
tn old members of, leaving them In their
old chairmanships and plneos. and itrndii
liy advancing them ns vncancles occur.
The Important new chairmanships am
Jims uf Mr llrnklui (l'u.). chalnnan of
banklns- and currency. Mr, Orosvennr
(O.). merchant marlno ami noherles, Mr.
Hoiilhsrd (O ), colnane, and Mr. (.'ihiht
(Wis.), the newly formed cominltleo on
Washlnxton. Dec. M.-BenateMeasurei
IntriHtucei Tuemtay. Joint resolution au
thorizing the Commercial Cablo Co. to
lay a cable between the I'nlted Slates and
Cuba; bill for the establishment of a
hlRh court of patents. Iradn mnrks sn.l
eepyrlRht, to consist of seven Judxes, au
thorltlne the fnlled Hlates and West In
dies Direct Telegraph Co. to lay a sub
n.srlnn cable between the I'nltrd Htales
and Cuba, and such Islands as the I'nlted
States has soverelKnty over. Ily Mr.
Ccckrell. Mil suthorlilnic the West Indies
Development Co. to acquire, operate and
sell franrhlses In Cuba or any other
Islands over which the United Btates may
exirclso sovereignly. Mr. Aldrlch (It. I.)
rcortel house bill No. t tho Hnnnclal
bltl-wlth a substllule.
louse lulls lntroluceil: To emnlov re.
tiled mllllnry ami naval oltlccrs to asslit
In military Insiructlon In thn public
schools, to rcuulrn tbf first sercennt of
rsch company of the I'nlted Htales army
i" can earn in on in me names or the
nuiMxrs of his company killed In battle;
piovldlnx that any prrson who shall be
found aiiltty of obstructing any train car
r)lns t'nlted Htales malls shall tw pun
Isl.uble by n linn of II0.CU). or Imprison
ment for 10 years, or both.
Washlncton. Dec, :i.-8onsle-Illlls tn-
trnluret Wednesday: Authorising lha
appointment of a commission to Inveetl-
irole trade conditions In the Orient, con-
siiucilon or a racinc cable from Ban
ranrlsco to Hawaii. Oumn nnd Ihn
1't.lllpplnes: to prohibit dtallnK In cotton
futures; authorising the president lo sp
lmlnl a commissioner to the l'arls exo
slllon from each state, guaranteeing to
th't people of Porto Illco. Hawaii and tha
I'Mllpplnes u republican form of Koveni
mint and protection against Invasion;
pli.poscd anirndment lo the constitution,
pii-vldlnx that tho chief Justice of thn
I nltcd Htates nnd I'nlted Btates luJs
shall bo elected by the iwoplc. Adjournal
until January J. vxn.
House No business was transacted at
th brlrf session of the house Wednrsdnv.
The tlmo was occupied In a filibuster
Btslnst a motion to adjourn. The demo
crats nnd some republicans did tha fili
bustering. In order to glte Mr. Grow, tha
venerable cx-speakcr of Ihn house, an op
pnitunlty to reply tn some statements
made Tuesdsy by Mr. Culnes (Tenn.)
At'jounied until January 3, V.vX
Urn. Wnod In Chnrate.
Havana. Doc. 22. Gen. Leonard
Wood formally took chnrgc of the
gocrnor gencrul'M ofllec nt 9 o'clock
Thursday morning. Hla llmt net wn
to accept thn reslgnntlon of the mem
bers of the ndtlsory cabinet of Geiu
Drookc. These otllclnls, nftcr consUl
crlng tho qticatlon oter night, hud de
cided to Insist upon retiring. Their
dcclaton mecta with u public ap
I'alse Ilaak Atatenirnl.
Montreal, Doc. 22. Ferdinand l.o-
mleiix, local manngor if the defunct
Vllle Mnrlc Ilank.wiiM Thursday found
guilty of preparing nnd (-ending to
tho government false MtntcmrntM nil
to tho bunk'H condition, nnd wiih sen-
lonood tn three yonrs in tho peiiltou-
tlnry. Tho prosldout of the bunk is
In Jail mid two of tho dlrcctora nr
fctlll to bo tried.
Call fur Hie A. I. I.. Contention.
Wimhlngton. Doo. 22. The Ameri
can Political league hna Issued u call
for n niitionul convention for tho
nomination of cnudldntCH for pros.1-
dent nnd vice, president for tho l ulled
Mutes, to Ih; held in lloston duly A,
190U. I lie couucIlN of ench Mil In am
d rooted to appoint two dolegntcH nt
Ilrhrr llos sjtrlke.
Scrunton, l'n., Deo. 22. The Uiuiip-
ton and Hyde Pnrk collieries of tho
Delaware. Uickiivviinnn it Western Co.
shut liown Thuradny by reason of n
Mrlke of driver boys, who claim they
nro working 10 hours for thoaiimopny
they got during tho dull tlmox, whou
they wcro required to work only
right bourn. Twelve hundred men lire
llt-Mcnntor llrndbnry Seriously III.
Augustn, Me., Deo. 22.-Kx-Unltod
States Senator .lames W. llriidbury is
dangerously ill. lie Is In hla USsli
yrur nnd Is not expected to rccoer.
Victoria, Australia, Wheat Crop,
Melbourne, Victoria, Dec. 22. The
Argus of HiIh city publishes u fore
cast of the wheat harvest of this col
ony, lit which It Kays tliut the uwriigc
yield is 0,37 bushels per uoro, nnil
tluil Hie exportable, HUrplim la 13,000-
Will Loan Ilia Hands nnd I'eet,
Kngllsh, I ml., Dec. 22. John Denbo
ay nut on tho ground Intoxicated
Wcdiusrduy night and was no badly
fioren t lilt t IiIh huudu und feet will
hiive to bu uiupiitated. He la ubout
10 uutl of n propilpvnt Iqdiann fawUv.
THE SUNDAY SCHOOL.
Ilevletr, or Optional Lesson, for l)r
ember .11, INDO TbnnUsult Ina in
the lllernal Kins; Psalm 1(1.1.
QOI.DKN Tr..T.-Illeit the lird, O mj
soul, and forctl not all Ills benefits. P.
TUB I.nflBON THXT.
I. Diets the iMti, O my soul; nnd all
that la within me, bless lilt holy r.ame.
T. Diets the Ixird, O my soul, and forget
not all Hit benefits!
I. Who forglveth all thine Iniquities; who
hesleth all thy dlteatet;
4. Who redeenieth thy life from destruc
tion; who crowneth thee with lovlngktnd
nets and tender merries;
& Who ittlifletli thy mouth with good
things; to thst thy youth Is renewed Ilka
t. The Lord exeeuteth righteousness and
Judgment for all that aro oppretsed.
7. Iln mndo known Ills ways unto Motes,
Hla sett unto the children of Israel.
. Tha Iird Is merciful snd gracious,
tlow to anger and plenteous In mercy.
9. He will not always chldo; neither will
He keep Hit snger foreter.
10. He hath not dealt with ut after our
tint; nor rewarded ut according to our
II. For ss the heaven It high above the
earth, to great Is Ills mercy toward them
that fear Him.
If. At far as the exit It from the wett.
to ftr hsth Ha removed our transgrtstlont
11. Like aa a fsther pltlelh his children,
to the Lord pltlelh them that fear Him.
II. For He luioweth our frame; He rt
mtmbereth that we are dust.
IS. As for man, his dnyi are at grats; aa
a flower of the field, so he flourttheth.
It. For the wind pttteth over It. and It
It gone; and the place thereof shall know
It no morn.
17. Uut tha mercy of the Lord It from
everlattlng to everlsttlng upon them thst
fear Him, snd His righteousness unto
11. To such as keep His covenant, and to
those that remember Hit commandments
to do them.
19. The Lord hath prepare! Hit throre
In tho heavent; and Hit kingdom ruleth
20. Dlett tha Lord, ye Ills angels, that
excel In strength, that do His command
ments, hearkening unto tha voice of His
n. niest ye the Lord, all ye Ilia hottt;
yo mlnltters of Hit, thatdo Hit pletture.
12. Wen the Lord, all Hit aorks In all
places of His dominion; blest tho Lord, O
NOTES AND SUaOEBTIONS.
1-3. 1'erovvnc says: "This beautiful
ptalm is the outpouring of n full heart
Id thanksgiving to Jehovah for Ills
grace and compassion, both as experi
enced by the ptnlmlst In his own life,
and nlto ns manifested to his nation
In their history." As such, It is espe
cially appropriate In summing up the
Divine blestlngs given to Israel, even
through Israel's sufferings, blessings
tint speak of grace and mercy, of God's
patience, and of His deliverance from
the great evils that had been brought
upon the people by their sin. "(I my
soul:" The Hebrew title nstlgns the
rsulmtoDavld.and thcSyrlneasstgiiv it
to David In his old nge. Hut tlir iiull.nr
ship Is entirely uncertain, mnny linguis
tic signs seeming to separate It from the
Davldlc psalms. Whoever wrote It,
probably some author nfter the return
from exile nnd tn celebration of the
mercy that hnd once more opened the
temple to the worshiper, appealed to
his Innermost being, his very soul, his
whole nature, to bless God. Chief of
these blessings was the forgiveness of
nil personal Inquiry, "thine Iniquity,"
and then the healing of "all thy di-
euset," both of body and soul, com
pletes the redemption for which I lie de
vout Israelite gives thuuks. "From
the pit" means from the dark under
world, hades, tire grave. In which the
dead were supposed to dwell. "Satis
lleth thy mouth with good things" Is
made symbolical of all bodily nourish
ment by which the strength Is sus
tained nnd the youthful elasticity, the
spring and buoyancy of life fitly sym
bolized by the eagle, is preserved even
beyond the years in which It might
naturally be expected.
6-12. "The Ijrd exeeuteth right
eousness," etc. The thought here seems
to pass beyond Individual benefits, and
"all" who are oppressed, as the na
tion had been In exile, nre made the
subjects of Jehovah's Just deliverance.
Personal blessing Is only u part of the
experience that calls for gratitude.
Righteousness nnd Judgment, literally,
righteousnesses and Judgments, on
many occasions, have been experienced,
"lie will not ulvvnys chide," for His an
ger Is not unreasoning, to be kept for
ever, but It is Just nnd Intts only so long
ns thctlnnerlsobstlnatcln his sin. "Not"
(even) "according to our sins" has God
punished us; every sinner rightly feelt
that the pardon he receives Is not de
served; even if he repents his put sin
can be forgiven only by free grace.
13-18. "Asa father:" No comparison
Is more common either In the Old or
the New Testament, lie "pltlcth" us,
for, as our Creator (Gen. 2:7), Gnd re
members how He Himself made us,
"our frame," literally, "our fashion
ing," being of dust. Such n body It
like the grass, and flowers of Pales
tine, that wither in nn hour If struck
by some sudden hot wind from the
deserts. Thcivliu pusses over a green
Held, nnd "It Is gone" suddenly, nnd
the life of man Is like this. In contrast,
the "loving kindness" of Jehovah It
from everlasting to everlasting, nnd
Ills "rlghteousncis," or promise-keeping
truth, Ills mercy, to alt who "keep
10-22. Such mercy Is consistent with
the power of God. For "Ills throne"
Is established In the heavens, so far
above nil earthly power that It can
never be successfully assailed, and It it
the sent of such wisdom that He Infal
libly executes Just Ice und determine!
when He mny rightly forgive.
The slight that can be conveyed In a
glance, In n gracious smile, In n wave of
the hand, Is often the ne plus ultra ol
art. What Intuit Is to keen, or so keen
ly felt, as the polite Intuit, which It It
Impossible to reient? Julia Kai
naugh. The slender tine twists around the
sturdy oak, for no other reason in the
world but because It hat not strength
tulllclent to support Itself. Goldsmith.
The I'roiulted Lund It the land wt)tr
one li not, Awlel.
nt WASN'T SUPERSTITIOUS.
And Vet lie Wns llnund He Wouldn't
Travel Wlllinut Ills l.neby
Jtttt is he was ttartineon a short business
Journey hit wife called hnn aside. "Wil
liam," she said, earnestly, "don't think of
going to day. Put it oil till to-monow or
next week. Something awful will happen
if you disregard my advice, and I know it."
"Willi's the matter with jou? Ileen hav
ing dreams or consulting one of these sec
ond sight frauds!" "No. dear, but thit it
Friday, and it it limply in riling trouble to
make a start on Friday." "Oh, pthawt
Will you never get over such fonlithnest?
What'i the day got to do vnth it T Honest,
it makes me tired this everlasting tupenti
tlon and belief In signs. If I paid attention
to all tucli things we'd starve, for I'd have
nn time to iln business. Put all nf tLrm nut
of )our head, little one. I've had just at
good luck on Friday as on any other day,
and the only serious accident I ever had was
on Monday, 1 can't dus.rrr nge all my plant
juil to hlinior a whim. I'll come back ss
safe and sound as I Icavc. Good-hy," Ha
uent, and the ut in the bay window look
ing just as disconsnlnte as though her worst
fears had been realized. At the end of 20
minutes she saw her husband hurrying
toward the Iioum-, carrying his hit in his
hand.nnd mopping hit forelicad. She ran to
the door, pale with apprehension. "What is
it, William? Tell me, quick. I can hear
anything aa long as ou are nil right."
"Where's that old blue vet! That lucky
dime of mine is in one of the pockets. I'd
stay at home before I'd without it."
The Typewriter Intention.
A Statistician has proved that the inten
tion of the typewriter hat given employment
to 300,000 people, hut he Taila to ttate how
many cases of weak stomachs and dyspepsia
it has induced. All people of sedentary oc
cupation nerd Hostctter s Stomach Hitters,
It helps nature to bear the strain which en
tucs from rnnlihemeiit and it ia a wonderful
medicine. No one rcali7.es this more keen
ly than the man or woman who has been
cured of stomach trouble hy its use
Not nKMl Kickers.
I never heard but one Porto Illcan man
make a kirk alwut anything. I was titling
on the hotel veranda at Ponce one day when
a merchant came down the ttrcct to sec me.
There was a vicious bull tearing aliout the
street, and the animal got after the mer
chant and run him a block and gave him a
toss which landed him on the veranda, al
most at my ftet. Of course I went to hit
assistance, thinking him seriously hurt, but
il turned out that ho had come oft almost
without a bruie. I lrgin to congratulate
him dver his escape, but he interrupted me
"Scnor, I like it not. The hull should
have rolled me into the ditch, instead ot tott
ing me up here. Never before was I tossed
upon this veranda, and I can't make it out."
Cnre nf tlie llnnds In Winter.
To keep the hands in good condition in cold
weather care must be given them. Gloves
should be worn when engaged in house work,
or going out in t.ie open air. They thould be
Koihed in tepid water with Ivory toap, and
carefully dried on a soft lonef. Too fre
quent iraihing, or extremes of heat or cold
should be a void id.
fU.IZA U. PARKER.
Tnnk II I m nt Ills Word.
Cuttomer Vnn sell cracked evgt si hall
irire, do vou not ?
Clerk Yea'm; we always make SO per
cent, reduction on cracked good. An)tlnng
"Yet, you may give me a dollar's worth of
cracked wheat. Here's CO ceuts." Oolunv
but (0.) Stste Journal.
Catarrh Cannot Ua Cored
with local iprucxnoxs, as they cannot
reach tho scat if the disease. Catarrh la a
blood or constitutional diic.no, and In order
to cure It you must take Internal remedies.
Halt's Catarrh Cure is taken Internally, and
acts directly on tho blood and mucous sur
faces. Hall's Catarrh Curo la not a quack
modlcino. It was prescribed bv one of tho
hct physicians In this country for years, and
Is a regular prescription. It is composed of
the best toulcs known, combined with the
best blood tiuriaers, acting directly on tho
mucous surfaces. Tlie perfect combination
nf the two Ingredients is what produces such
wonderful remits In curing Catarrh. Send
for testimonials, f re.
F. J. Ciis.net & Co., Prop- Toledo, O.
Bold bv Druggists, price Tfc.
Hall's Family Pills, 2i cents.
The True Cnnnnlssenrs.
"fapa," said the lioy, "when jou say in
rour advertisements that your goods are
acknowledged by cnnnniieurs to l-e thi
best, what do you mean by connoisseurs?"
"A connoisseur, my boy," aniwerrd the
ireJt manufacturer, '"is an eminent author
ityan authority, in short, who admits that
our goods arc the beit."' Collier's Weekly.
The Ural Prescription fur Chills
and Fever Is a ho'.tlo nf fJiiove'i Tstk.le
I'niu. Tonic Its simply irnnundqiilnlnolt
M-uMolosi form. Xoi'iire no pay. PrUe,5uV
Nn-"Vhy did Maude get a divorce? I
thought she and (leorgc got along beauti
ful!;,?' llelle "So they did. hut the cook
look a violent dislike to him and threat
ened to leave." Phl'adc!pliia Hecord.
Hp the vvjiler a id be ten it you right.
Cl caco Doily .wa.
'I Hli AI.UlAlIiS.
Cincinnati, IVc. 12.
LIVi; HTOl'K Cattle, lom'n 3 1 tt I 00
Select batcher 4 !w ii I is)
I Al.lhri IA .11 6 is'
HUtiH-l'hotiA imcJort, Hli
11 (i DO
ft i o;h
run it winter lutent....
UltAIN Whent-Nu. 2 red.
No. 3 rd
Com -Nn. S lillxrd
OntHN'o, ; inlitM
Ilytv Nn. :
PIP IV ISIONS-.Mims pork,
II. U-Chokv tlinuthy
I t-TTNU-Cliolco dHlry . . . .
AM'I.I.S-fholcc tn fancy.
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I'Ltirit- Winter ii.tti.iit i I fl 3M
UUAlN-Wln-nt-N'i). 2 rod.. M ir
Nn. 3 ChltMi. spring !
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RolM Trains In Northern sllehtiraa.
The Chicago. Milwaukee A St. Paul Hall
way it now running solid traint of palace
deeping can, dining ears (terving mealt a
la carte) snd flrtt-clait day coaches,
thrnitoh frnm fThlracn In Clntnt IIaiktIi
ton, Hancock and other poind tn the Cop
per Country without change of cart, with
. direct connection for Marquette, Negaunee,
Ishpeming, etc., snd passengeis from the
Y'Att, South and Southwell will find thit a
! most desirable route.
.All coupon tickt.t agents sell tlckett via
the Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul Hall
way. The tlreat Test.
"Is Willouahhv Winks a companionable
' "Oh, yea: he makes himself agreeable even I
j when he plays vvhitt." Detroit Free Press. '
' The Southern, Pacific Company and its
connections operate the best tint and see I
and clam service to California, Arizona. Tex I
aa and Mexico. Through I'uUmsn Paine?
Sleepers and Tourist Sltepert from a. I pnn-1
ripal eastern points. I'ersnnauy innaurtra
Tourist Excursions from Cincinnati, Ixiuia
ville, St. Louis, Chicago, St. Paul, Minneap
olis, Dea Moines, Omaha, Kansas City, etc
For particulars and dcscriptite literature
write W. G. Neimyer, Genl Western Agent.
238 Clark St., Chicago, W. II. Connor, iWf
Agent. Chamber Commerce Illdg, Cuicjn
nati, Ohio, or W. .1. Iterg. Trav. Pass. Agt.,
220 Ellicott Sq., Ituflalo, N. Y.
A Mlvlit Mlsnnilcrslnndlntr.
She I suppoee you were presented at
court while in London?
He Ye, twice, but I was sripiitted both
times. Chicago hvening News.
W. C. Ilincirson, G. P. A. Queen A Cret
rent Route, Cincinnati, bat a beautifully
illustrated pamphlet now fn press descrip
tive oi Ltiua ano t'ueno men,
Semi in your name at once with a 2 cent
ttamp to cover polage on a fi- ropy ss soon
as tbey are received.
Mr. Sutll "What are you erring for, Kl
sie?" Ilia Little Daughter "I ve just read
that the diamond mines may be exhausted
in seven years, and it's eight before my com
ing out! Jewelers' Weekly.
Italilrs Will Nut Lango.
if you give them nostrums for Coughs, Colds. '
Croup and Hrnnchltis. The only sure and ,
safe remedy ia Hoxsie's Croup Cute. SO cts. j
"Feeling 111 again? Wow me tight, yon
must like it. Why, I believe if you was to
feel quite well and ad nolhiu to grumble at
you'd die." Ally Slopcr.
To Care s Cold In Una J)r
fako Laxativo Ilromo Qulnlnn Tablets. All
druggists rufucdmoncT if it falls to cure. 25c.
"Sec how Out human skeleton it cracked."
"Yea. That man's dead broke." Philadel
PUTNAM FADELESS DYES do not
ipot, streak or give your goods an unevenly
dyed appearance. Sold by all druggists.
Don't count your poultry until they get hij
enough to get away from ths cat. Chi
cago Daily Newt.
Pijo'a Cure for Consumption relieves the
most obstinate coughs. Hev. D. IJuch
mueller, Lexington, Mo., Feb. 24, '91.
Heart failure rovers a multitude of med
ical ignorance. Chicago Daily Newt.
"Star" tin tags (showing small stars printed on nnder sida
of tag). ' Horao Shoe," "J.T.," "OoodLuok," Cross Bow,"
and " Drnmmond " Natural Leaf Tin Tags are of equal valne in
securing presents mentioned below, and may be assorted.
Every man, woman and child can find something on the list
that thej wonld like to have, and can have
I Mit-h Bos
i Xn'fe.onobls.ts. rocxlstset Sa
I Child' ret. Knlfs. Fork an.l Hpoon U
S fcsitsml PpprSst.one(b)as4-
mpls y-lsto on white instil. M
t Trrnrli Iirlsr Wood Pir. Ss
T Itstor, hollow around. Ado English
S llutt-r Knlfs. Irtrlo plst. boot
t Racsr Shrll. tnpl plst. tirsl qasl, to
IS Ararup Box, stsrllns silssr. 70
tt Knlfs, "KwnKnlter." two blsdrs..
It lintrhrr Knlfs. "Knn Kntlor." t In
11 hhfisra, "Ksen Knttsr," s-loch-.... tl
H Nut Kl, Ciwksr sad i ricks, sllrsr
li Ilss Hall."Ai-clltlon."bMt qnsl.lM
It Alsnn Clock, nlcksl 1M
listed Roods 1M
It Watch, iitcist, stem wind and set., tw
tt Carrars. (rood steal, backhora
Jo His Genuine Roeers1 Tsbls Spoons,
tst plated aoodi- SM
ti Bit each. KntSMSad Forks, buck
born handles. ... , , tsa
ti Bis each. Oennlne Rogers Knifes
sad rorks, best plated foods (a)
THE ABOVE OFFER EXPIRES NOVEMBER 30m, 1900.
?nnrill Nnfinn I llsln ' Stsr "Tin Tsgs (thst Is. Hlsr llu tags with no smill
JJJOUIill HUtlUO 1 ,ur printed nn nnder eUe of tail, are not ouol for prmnit,
" bat wtlllwpaM for In CASH on the basis of Iwsolycentsper
hundred. If rcolr.t hrmon i.r liefor Ms-i-h lit. ISSl.
larilKAU IM .lll.VU that a. dlsse'e witrlh ol
STAR PLUG TOBACCO
will Inst longer and afford mare pleasure than a dime's worth mt any
.ihrrbi.ud. MAKE THETE8TI
Send tan to CO.VTI.Vn.VTAL. TUB1CCU CO., SI. Louis, Mo.
Bend at oneo for thit TWO-8Ti:P
MA ItCI I It lius ttio full swing uml tha nlr
Is culchy ami equal to Bousa'a. Bend Ten
Li nts in money or stamps to uluiiui. w,
juiirSTU.N. ,vucn uiutr , uincinnnu. u.
Cures Croup and WhoopIng-Cough
quick, ante iciults. Ktfu.e subtlltutcs.
Dr. Smirs Pillnurt Bituuimu. Tt tanr sc.
RKADKItS OV THIS I'APKU
liValltlNM TO IIUV ANVT111NO
ADVKitnsKii in n a columns
IS1IOUI.U INSIST UPON IUVIMJ
WUATTIIEV AoU KOIt, HKKUSlNa
ALL BlIIUTU'UTta Oil IMITATIONS,
k is food for thought
n time, woiq or unifjwa m
U Best Ouuh Bjrup. 'fsstvs lluod, Cso
"My mother wis troubled
with consumption for minj
years. At list she wis given
up to die. A neighbor told her
not to give up but try Ayer's
Cherry Pectoril. She did so
ind wis speedily cured, and is
now in the enjoyment of good
heilth." D. P. Jolly.
Feb. a, 1899. Avon, N. Y.
No roitter how hird your
cough is or how long yon hive
hid it, Ayer's Cherry Pectoril
is the best thing yon could
possibly ttlce. But it's too
risky to wiit until yon hive
consumption, for sometimes it's
impossible to cure this diseise.
If proti ire coughing todiy,
don t wiit until tomorrow, but
get a bottle of Cherry Pec
toril it once ind b: relieved.
It strengthens weik lungs.
Three slzsn t3e enough for an ordinary
eoldj Wc, Juit right for asthma, bronchitis,
hosriensii, whooplng-conicti, bard coldit
8 1.O0, most economics! for ctuonto cssst
sod to kep on bind.
:B 1 'ssaantest, moat powerful. stfeoUva and
nstr roiling- kk&xeu x ror
I.A OKiri'E n.d CATAHHlil
If sll knew whit thooaandi know of ths
mnrjrot"a Ultol'a" sisCorstlTS
- Tali, known to ths hainsa boar, thcro
tsaok m, would not b s fsmllv In all Afflfrles
without s bollls oft DROPS!" 8d for
trial bottlr, tM.or Unto boltlo 11.00, (containing 9Dt
V ANSON- KIIEUM ATIO CtTBECO
ten,' S4 . Iika HI., Chlcaco, V
33 Clock, B-dar. Calendar, Thermom
eter, Usrometer.... tea
St Oun rase, leather, no better made. M0
SS Rerolrer. automatic, doablo scUoa.
nurts caliber tot
JJ Tool Set, not plijthlngs, but real
tools T. M
II Toilet Bel, decorated porcelain,
rery handsome too
It Remington Rids No.t. tlor ileal . soo
5) Watch, sterllnn ailTer.full jeweled lam
U Din Hull Cane, leather, handsome
and durable 1000
il Bewlng Machine, firs! class, with
aU attachments.... H00
IS Rerolrer. Colt's, SS-rallber, blued
steels... . . IMO
a Rifle. CaTtV.ViVhot! sliw".'.'lk
14 Oulttr (VVathburn), rosewood. In
li Mandotin, rsry handsome 9000
St Wlncheeter Repeating 8hol Oun,
17 Remington, doable-barrel, ham
uiertlhot Oun, It or ligauge S900
M Blojde. stsndard ruaks, ladles or
It Shot Onn. ltemlsgton, doubls bar
rel, hamiaerlM, tooo
tt Begins Muslo Box. UH Inch Dlso..MuO
Via the Santa Fe Route.
Thtee limes a week from Chicago
and Kansas Cuy.
Twice s week from St. Taut sod
Once a week from St. Louis and
Ia Improved wlde-vestlbuted
rullunu tourist sleeping cars.
Uctterlhan ever before, at lowest
Ktpericnced cscurslon conductors.
Also dally service between Chicago
T. A. GRADY.
9 Msniger Calif ornla TeurlitSerrUie,
lS lha Atifcltoa, Topela ft Saata la Railway,
.9 Vn Adams Street. CHICAGO.
BriMt tQ It
POttfU 1 CttMElT CO.
A. N. K.-R
WIIK.f AVHITINU TO AIlVfcltTlSEttt
plsuie stale Uh yog stnr Ua 44rUr
sat a I la Ult vujist'.