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Oeo. r. Hvkfhy,
raitora nnd rubllnbcr.
Bybwrirtlon prior'! 1.00 perJTTr.
Enfcwd at the Rich Hill pot
oftfce m ocotid class matter.
MosC miners HuU"pay' in
pockets. Tho pocket'Jofj-tht?
people Ex v
dicr t :
Tiimr- t'c-rr l .ve i.
Tjuilteii i v. i", , u.iirt-tuat'
the. r " .-aviilc negro" sol-
Even Canadali. ea.nvCii&iui-.
flay laws "go" hard tHat. it .js aid
to be dlECulu U t-y ancrspfv
on Sundayr f -If' .' ;: . .
Tho presidential "outlook- at
present IsttiVrdedTr-ft-jta the
Republics.:! . 16, : nd c ry "Bry-
tn-y on tb I; -30 r r. f Ac,
, - ir
rfw 4 W. f .
JX,0W) immigrants in' one day
Sam to twat,?w'f-xehe f take? iV
just the &ib'o"aiiJ sLerasto grow
tat on it.-' ; f. $ $ ?
-The i bristling.
ever Bottling on thorn and only
for the purpose or selling out to
some land grabber tor forty or
fifty dollars is a swindlo upon its
face hence the trouble for those'
gentlemen whether quilty of any
intentional wrong or not.
wood's fool fri.-iuU ont ,i ro-1 voi ced wife, nnd, under the facts
quest to Iho president to r,.hii in evidence, no common law mar
why ho -"cast " this rrr!Vmiron hi a go could possibly bare sprung
The Real Issue In Idaho.
paign in Ohio between i-orakor
ana nas not ye
ized. We LaT our doubts that
it fwr Jnp. . 4. ..... ;i
John "Watson, (Ian iklacLaren)
the famous preacher and writer,
died suddenly of tonsibtis . at
Mount Pleasant, Iowa, on Mon
day, May Ctb.
All fruits are killed and some
of the second grape vine-shoots
have been frozen- There will in
all probabilities be no fruit of any
kind in this vicinity. .
trial is on at Boise City, Idaho,
The jury has been selected and
tho preliminary skirmishing by
the lawyers has commenced.
The special session of the Mis
Eouri legislature will adjourn
about Monday next. The per
. manence of anything done will
probably depend 'upon the de
riftinna tit the snnrome court.
Dr. Wilso Robinson, of Kansas
City, has been elected Superin
lendent of Insane Hospital No. 8
at Nevada by the board of direct
ors. The Doctor was one of the
original Folk men and a good
TVbile this season has been un
usually cold during April and
thus far in May, there has been
cold April weather before. Ac
cording to the Butler Record's
dip into the old files of that pa
per April 23, 1877, was only i
degrees above freezing.
No one has ever given the
Arabs any credit for fighting
qualities since the days of the
tJarecens, but recently a fmall
army of them has practically de
stroy e4 seven battalions of Turk
ish troops.and seem to have done
it easily. Tho Turks are re
parded as among the best fight
ers in the world.
C. Vuutrecij, a rea.l estate man,
and Bqulr B, V. Jetorverc ar
rested last Friday and taken to
Kansas City lt lca4 to Indict
ments concerning land transac
tJons in what vaekroYvn as the
Kosebud agency . in. S. Dakota.
Yt'o know nothing' about Mr. Van-
trees, but, we presume Bquire
'Jter simply ecUd as the cotary
public in filling out papers aud
t-5ir: acknowledgements of ig
r.atutrs to -same. These are
f ( I tho fairakind Of claims
srUwilvref tur c-14 cci.'jrudes
? Prcnunciamento, protestation
ftpd' demonstration have piled
tfioi - -elves on top of each other
in so many Jayera in this Idaho
afHiifahki thQ rcrd issue before
the courts can not get a chance
t show itstell.to- the public Poli-
!wm ia irtrn'K'nfl in tbf in
aafshaDe. There is no contest "rl at olse
in it between capital and labor
union or non union. Plain, vul
gar, cowardly murder is the is
sno.' Tle question of who insti
gated or perpetrated the murder
i. wbat is to be determined by
tho courts. ; On the night of De
ci .nbcr SO, 1005, ex-Gov. Frank
Stxnr."i.enberg of Idaho was killed
by the discharge of a bomb as he
opened the j;ate to enter his
house. ih'BoTse1 City; Suspicion
cbntcniiQtiitlf on two persons
whojiad been seen in the neigh
b'tf b':.d of Steunenberg's house
under suspicious circumstances,
and they were arrested. These
persons Harry Orchard and
Stove Adams it is understood.
made confessions which seemed
to implicate themselves in the
crime, as tools of the federation,
and involved others in it as insti
gators. The confessions have
never been made public. On the
basis of the stories of these sus
pects Charles H. Moyer, presi
dent of the western federation of
miners; "William D. Haywood,
secretary and treasurer of that
organization, and George A. Pet-
tibone, a member of its execu
tive committee at the time of the
assassination of Steunenberg,
were arrested in Colorado, where
they resided, were earned to
Idaho, indicted, and are to be
tried at Boise.
All this was spread before the
country, in installments, at var
ious dates after Steunenberg's
assassination. These things
were widely read. Tho people
also read that Steunberg was the
governor who put down the west
ern federation of miners when it
was running its wild career a
few years earlier in the Coeur
d'Alene district in Idaho, which
would seem to furnish a motive
for his taking off by the federa
tion. But outside of Iduho and
Colorado the people had forgot
ten all about the case, notwith
standing the indictment of the
tx1 r sons who are about to be
tried, until the president casual
ly mentioned them in a letter.
The letter was to Congressman
Sherman, it was private, and the
president when writing it did
not have tho faintest idea that it
would ever be made public The
text of tho letter was Harriman
and it concerned itself with some
of that personage's queer doings
in the railway world. Harriman
was the main object of censure,
and the others were introduced
as accessory and auxiliary ob
jectionables, who were grouped
around the big figure In order to
give amplitude and background
to the stage scene. llarriman,
Moyer and Haywood were class
ed interchangeably and miscel
laneously as "undesirable citi
zens." The Harriman campaign
contribution outbreak brought
this letter into the newspapers.
Then some of Moyer and Ilay
men who wore about tu Wined
for their lives, declaring that that
would induonCo the court. Then
tho president this time" for pub
lication told his questioners
that those suspects' general con
duct and mode of life made thorn
"undesirable," rcardlos alto
gether of their connection, or
alleged connection, with the
The courts, however, will not
concern themselves with wh:tt
the president said or thought.
Neither the president's letter to
Sherman, nor his rejoinder to
the prisoner's unwise friends
will come up before the judge or
Guilty or not
guilty of tho crime charged
against them in the contessions
of Orchard and Adams? This is
the issue which the court will
have to grapple. The eiTort of
Moyer and Haywood's friends to
force the country to divide on
political or social lines on this
question will fail. In the pro
cessions and demonstrations in
New York, Boston and other
places the labor union leaders
and the democratic politicians
were alike absent. Socialists
and anarchists did the parading
and the orating. The red Hag of
riot and revolution and not the
stars and stripes was Haunted in
the parades and in the halls
where the paraders gathered.
The Catholic priest. Father
Brann, who, watching the parad
ers in New York, denounced
them as apostles of blood and en
emies of society, voiced tho opin
ion of every public-spirited
American. Not the threats of
the anarchists and destruction
ists in New York, Boston and
Chicago, but the evidence which
will be brought before the court,
will shape the verdict of Boise.
DO, YOU LOVE
your baby? You woinl-r why ht
cries. Uuy u buttU- of White's
Crvaiu Vt-rmlfui itinl ln will ii-vcr
cry. Mont bubles have worms, ami
the mother dou t mnw It. White'
Cn-ara Vermifuge rid thu i-hlld of
worms und cleans out it (-xxtemtt)
a jileiwaut wiiy. Kvery mother
should keep a bottle of thU medicine
lu the houw. With It, feur iii-ed
never euter her mlud rrl-e
Hold by Opera Drtij; store.
tly tlie AKnlmaiit Mrcrciitry
tbo lrptrt nient l tho
MaukiaGE - Parol vvidoiu'e is
competent evidence in proof of a
ceremonial marriage in New
Mexico; and the celebration of
the marriago being proven, iho
contract, the capacity of the par
ties, and, in fart, the vaiidity-of
the marriage, are pVt-Minn d.
Tho fact of tbo lu.vi Ti.ig-. of
claimant aud irtdiM', in New
Mexico is esiubiihod, and the h1
leged fact of a prior marriage on
his partis notsiiown by ewilenco
sufficient to rebut the presump
tion of the validity of the marri
age in question.
StKYICi; WSCHAKUE. The
claimant having been dicha i geU
while in confinement at hard la
bor, under sentence of a court
martial, it is held that his dis
charge was not honorable, but
"without honor," and that lie has
not a pensionable hiatus under
the act of June L(7, 1'A).
Makulvje ano iivoua;. The
evidence clearly shows that the
marriage between claimant and
Parsons was consumated while
Parsons had a lixing uud unJi-
into existance arter tho death of
said wife. -
The marriago with Parsons
was" void Ab initio, and claimant's
status is the same as if no mar
riago had ever taken place be
tween herself aud Parsons.
DlXLAKATION ACT OK JUNE
17, IijflO.-'-A declaration, which,
although failing to allege any
period of service or tho correct
service of the soldier on whose
account it is filed, nevertheless
clearly shows, on its face, that it
is intended to claim pension, as
widow, under the net of June 27,
l'W, is a valid declaration, sub
ject to such amendment as may
be necessary to adjudication.
Like op duty. Tho evidenco 'v.
showing that the claimant in- (
curreu a Hernia oi uio rigni sme
while in the service, with a
strong probability that it was in
curred in tho lino of duty, it is
held that whatever of doubt
thero may be as to origin in
line of duty should be resolved
in his favor.
Mauki.uje slaves Missou
ri. A slave marriage was abso
lutely void in Missouri unless
ratified subsequent to emancipa
tion of the parties.
The question of ratification of j
such a marriage is one of fact, to i
be determined from all the facts, !
circumstances, and conditions in
the case, as shown by the evidence.
1 $5.00 LACE CURTAINS
.. In a choice variety of Nottinghams at
I a, price you won't see again soon.
PUT THESE CURTAIItS
side by side with the:bcst
$S.oo Kottinghams la
)own and you'll find tbty
measure up in every par
ticular on' comparison.
They are imported white
and ecru . curtains,. In
beautiful designs. ben
this special lot is exhaust
ed, no more can y Fft
be had at, pair, iU
A. M. CLARK,
Commercial State Bank.-
RICH HILL. MISSOURI. ... '
J. IVI. XI cIClt1oti. XX. Clark,
L. J. XIoIClttoikv M. V. Clurk,
Joim r. WiiMon.
Our Clubbing Rates.
ICC AL ESTATE TK4SSFEOS
Clara B Bunyard to Mary E
Rosier lots 11 12 and 13 blk 2 '
David Iiidgway to Sadie A
Ridgway Cj a sec 33 Deopwater,
Jolm Palters to Chas Wilson
102 a sec 1 Osage, $4iH)0.
Elizabeth Barrows to Goo "W
Bair 4 J a sec 14 Lone Oak, $1030.
Mae Mock to W W Hill pt lot
1 blk 4 Williams ad Butler, $1000.
John T Engles to Maggie King
SO a sec IS Osage, $1500.
Jennie E Fulkerson et al to W
B Ogg pt blk 3 Co uchs ad Butler
Sarah J Faruham to L P Cot
ton lots 1, 2, 11 and 12 blk 5
Connellys ad Rich Hill, $4000.
A B Cockerill to Wm Wears 40'
a sec 31 Osage, $1100.
W V Hill to Chas W Ray 812
a sec 23 Mt Pleasant, $1500.
Albert II Morey to Peter Pear
son lot 12 blk 43 Rich Hill, $250.
C A Wallace to Charlotts Rush
lots 4, 5, 0, 7 and 8 blk 0 and lot
10 blk 10 Amoret, $1500.
J W Hoiloway to B B Lentz
I . . o .... I ' fit 1 1 . J !
Truman B Doolittle to E D
Walker lots 5 and 0 blk 31. Foa
ter, $15. drawings showing tho latest gar, Savannah, oiling device for
E I) Walker to H M Arbogast WHy 01 maKlnK me same uro leel grinders; Voelkerding, Dut
lou 3 and 0 blk 31 Foster, $31. given, as well us huggetions for row, sulmal trap; Cyrus M.
Joseph II Grotes
to JW Hollo- iho bridesuiaids and maids of Wulker, Butler, undergarment;
way K) a sec 20 Deer Crook, $KXK) hnor Tho Girls Letter wn Otlo Witt, Macon, Shears; Vin-
.tains many valuable hints for tho ton C. Young, Verona, raifjoint.
1 belection of a trosseau and will For copy of any of above patents
i undoubtedly prove helpful to the send ten rents in tviHlu
If Mr. Taft hhould riso to be Kiri wjth moderate means who to C. A. Snow & Co., Washing
President of tho United States, j wishes to spend sensibly her al- ton, D. C.
there is not the slightest reason lowanco for this purpose. Ideas
lor doubt tbat no would strive f0r bridal luncheons and anni
for equal justice to all men. Un jversary dinners also appear in
ion labor would receive better j this Issue. Another illustrated
treatment from him
The Rich Hill Tribune and Daily Globe Democrat
The Tribune and St. Louis Duly Kvpublic
The Tribune and Daily Knm City Journal
The Tribune and Daily K. C Siar and Times .
The Tribune and Twicr-a wttk Globe Democrat
The Tribune and Twice-a-week Republic
The Tribune and Weekly K. C. Journal
The Tribune and Weekly K. C. Star
The Tribune and Toledo Iliad .
The Tribune and Fim Si Tirrtide
I he Tribune and Kt v. Ill ll.tk' Word tout Works
I he Tribune and Vimn Home Companion
'lie 1'nbuiiC and an $i.ikj mut"i' m the fj. S.
'I'm ft hiwI Organised btlior
Still more heavy frosts. It
than from 'fashion article Is devoted to the,looka lilte tna cld will continue
Tho effect of ScoiCsS EmuUton on thin,
pal children ia magic!.
It makes ihera plump, rosy, active, happy.
auy imaginable tvxil of the cor
porations whom opposition to
Titft may place in the White
Mr. Taft has broadened men
tally as well as physically while
be has been serving his country,
and those who desire tho advanc
ment of the common welfare
without regard to class or sta
tion have no truer friend than he.
Dim I'h.Ii .-, h. I'r dieted
It ccnUint Cod Uver Oil, Hypophoephites s .
End Glycerine, to make fat, Llooti and bone,
and to put together that it Is easily dieted W A
June being tho traditional
discussion of jutnier fashions,
which will, wilhout doubt, occu-
until all fruit is entirely killed.
Mark Fox went fishing one day
py the most important place In last week. Dont know bow
many fish ho caught.
We think the continual rain
Sunday all day must have kept
everyone "to hum" atluutwe
nver saw Maud and Boie and
Katie fly out, like they generally
Granted last week. Report by
C. A. Snow A Co., Patent Attor
neys, Washington, D. C. August
G. Bestgen, Tipton, attachment do on nice Sundays
for harvesters; Alvin L. Cox, Mr. Fill pot N was trading with
Madison, load binder; Richard A. , Pleasant Gap merchants Stur
Dickson, Kansas City, lawn mow-1 day.
by little folk.
ALL DRUCOtSTSl 6O0. AND tl.OO.
er; Charles B. Emmerich and C,
C. lleidlaud, St. louis, cold stor
aire box: Georuo 11 Ivetrbnm 1
bridal inonib. the usual fanhiou I Marceline, frag; John II. Kinealy ' . Tl''9n big rains and cold wo
1 - - . la. I TI'I H 1 tlT Tt latt Ihn fm
hi 'Hie 111 tins tiuinbertif tha New rerguson, air purifying apimra
Marvin Dubach and sister, Ju
lis were In PaplnsviSle, "The Vil
la, baturday evening.
Idea Wtiimin'M Magazine is do
Voted to tho brido and her st
toii!.nt. .N'tw tijteriu! for tho
ther continuing, ciusea tho farm
ers to fei-1 shftky atMut tho corn
tus; William 11 Ktokke, St. Iiuis that hits been rdsnU-J.
corn cap; Waldo A. Lnytuan, St. M. Fox and tr-rj, Alb. rt, rr.sd
LjuU, starting altcrnutinfc, car- fivintf trip to li-t!t!r Thursday.
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