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hfeaten To Be Troublesome
Neck o' Woods.
prrxsa lioic shows ms claws,
aaa Mm AwikH Casta ta nilif !
! War fat art at la Ikt Xtearagaa
Canal Mmw a? All;n Acttaa f
M" HalU-Tlan Crataar COiakto Or
)al1 k hm aaa EagtanMl Ta Ba
MM la Eaalara.
WaH1wtoi, Nov. W The following
Uapatch baa ereahM Inter hem almost
mount trig to Dentation :
'PAH ama,Not. 38. Advice from Mana
gua Indicate a grave situation In the Mos
quito mnrratliia. Tba British minister.
Gosling, ha notified Nicaragua that
at Britain rrfusr to recoinlxe the
Kicaragiian fnrrnrnrat at Bloenelds.
After an exchange of vli-w Minister Gos
ling telegraphnl to Port Lltnnn fur a Brit
ish warship to come at once to ItlnrftVUIs."
The dispatch runcludr with the state
Sarot that It hi thonirht that the Xicarag
uaa canal chciur has much to do with
England action. It In difficult toconflrm
bare officially tbcfnwh trouble at Blue
fleldi InUlrnbsl by the dispatch. Dr. Guz
man, the Nlcarntdinn minister, wan dip
lomatically silent wlM'n the nubjcct u
mentioned, and the statu department of
ficial asum-d an air of rcwrrt.
falambla ItraVrrd aa Wawflrld.
That they are informed upon theaub
Ject, howcrrr. cannot lie doubted and the
atrongrnt con ft r unit ion of the accuracy of
the report In found In the fact that the
United states steamship Columbia which
hat liccn lying at Kingston, Jamaica, ban
gone directly to Blucficlds and will doubt
less reach thnt pluce as noon at least on the
British warship from Port Liinon, Costa
Rica If the facts are a represented then
the situation Is undoubtedly one of great
gravity. The mention of the Nicaragua
canal as being the real cause or the
BrltUh action goc to confirm the
suspicion thnt has long been cherished
here that Great Britain really cares noth
ing for the Mosquito people themselves,
but ts dipue;l to insist upon its protecto
rate orur t hit reservation In order to base
a claim ef Jurisdiction over that part of
the old rescrottion which thcr hnve ex
tended as far south as the eastern month
of the Nicaragua canal.
Where It Taurbr t'arle tan,
Should this claim be niuintaincd it
Would of course operate to prevent the
United states from controlling the pn
Jnrted Nlcurngua canal if Indeed It should
not cause the abandonment of the project.
Il Is undoubtedly a matter of jtrcnt an
oyaner loour state department that this
troublesome Bluetli-lds subject should be
feopened by tirrat Britain's summary
rtlon when It was supptmed that the dif
Brultks there had been adjusted in a man
ner entirely satisfactory to all parties con
aerned. Mayartl ta Itraarst aa Clalaaatloa.
However, the prompt dispatch of the
Columbia to the scene of threatened
trou'ileUnn evidence that the state de
partment is not to lr. taken tinawnres by
urJi proceedings and she. will doubtlese
preserve the status quo there while nego
tiations are In progress, r-t-.icretary Grcsh
am Interest In the subject Is evidently
keenly excited, for lie ha cabled to Am
bassador Htiyard an aotmnt of events re
ported to him and instructed Mr. Bnvanl
to request an explanation from the Brit
ish foruifin nflice.
A COMBINATION TO ROS.
task ma a Attempts la Meal His Owa
Ma ami Mnlet the Ksprras.
ABI'Mock. I. T., Nov. at Ijt Friday
George Isaacs a stockmun living in the
Western pert of the t hickasaw Nation, ex
pressed to himself from Kansas City two
parkaites said to contain .':.. The
packagist were addressed to f'anadtan,
Tex. Alsitit thirty minutes after the ar
rival of the train Is-nrlng the pnrknires
four robl-rs rode up to the express oflice
and attempted to rob the ngi-nt. Deputy
HberilT Met tee was present, and o-im-;1
Jleeou them, and in the tglit Unit ensiietl
MoGee was mm tally wound. Tlie rolils-rs
Were frightened off without securing any
thing. Metiee has since died.
The piM'kagi's were uis-ned and found to
eon tain fsn In SI ami t! bills. Two of
the mliTs were Mcntlft.il as Isaacs and a
friend. They fl -d In nn eastern ilirectlon
heading for tlie Chickasaw. Oillcers are
In pursuit ami it Is probable that a fight
will occur in the event of the otlin-r over
taking the robber.
It is stated that a combination has lieen
made whereby money Is to be shlpp.il Into
the territory, where the express comNinies
are to lie despoiled. The shippers will
then present their claims to the express
companies for settlcuint. A number of
wealthy rattle men of the Choctaw In
dian nation are said to la- Implicated.
Hog Itares at the tioss Mm,
CHICAM), Nov. 2n. The principal inter
est In the prarti.T on the arena lit Tatter
all's yesteniny was shown in the dons.
They were Retting used to the peeulinri
ties of tlie trn-k tor the event ut nlitht.
In which more famous dug worn shown
than have ever met together in Chicago.
The event wos a go-aa-you please, and
some of the dos please to use the pace and
trot In rapid alternation, with an h
easional break Into a gallop. The prixes
are for the fastest gal ted dogs, either trot
or pace, thnss time out of live, three tlm
around the arena, which makes endurance
count fur much.
Ma Aataasr aw Maker's Hotly.
New Yuhk, Nov. S C inner Shvnck ,
of (Jtieens county, has refused a burial
permit for the Interment of Frederick
Baker's body. In the meantime, however,
armntfcnienta for the funeral of the con
federate of fVeiy, theembeuter, are truing
on. No autopsy has been held on the
body of the dvml lawyer. Coroner fhenck
ays he will mrt insist upon an autopsy
now because recent disclosures made it
certain in his mind that Baker had com
mlttvd suicide, ami an autopsy could re
Veal nothing that would make this point
Mare at tae aOaag" laatrtaa.
CNtCMto, Nov. S Tha grand Jury in
dieted the following members of the Mar
ket street gang, who wrre concerned In
ttM attack upon H M. Dickson on elctlon
ay ! Uraeme Hamilton. Jack Harring
ton, Blueh lilbbe and Usvid McCorinick.
David McCormk'k was nwently brouitht
back from Detroit, where ho bad lied
abortly after Ihw pruacvudun of the gang
Itala ntran-le Ta Ba aa taa Qasrtlaa at
rrea MlTcr at tha OM Katie.
ST. Lor is, Not. 28. The developments
f the second day's session of the Trans
alissiasippi congress have not been with
out Interest for the advocate of the free
coinage of silver who have been anxious
to secure definite expression from the oon
gres la favor of . the white metal. Not
alone have the minor features, such as
warm applause when free coinage was
mentioned, been encouraging, but tha or
ganisation of the ' committee on resolu
tions with Congressman W. J. Bryan, of
Nebraska, as chairman, aud 1 A. Mar
shal, of Texas, as secretary, has been
Nevertheless there is as yet no certainty
that the matter will go beyond this. In
the convention there is a strong element
In favor of international free coinage only
and another opposed to any expression
whatever upon the subject by the con
gress. Whether the himetallists will be
strong enongh to overcome both those ele
ments cannot be told. Yet there la cer
tainty that the main struggle will be upon
this portion of the resolution committee's
report and the hat tin will not be of brief
The congress bos been organized with
George g. Cannon as president, a vice
president from each state represented and
M. G. Buttcrfield as secretary. A rule
was adopted giving each state thirty votes
if that mnny delegates were present, and
oil states not less than ten votes, and then
a flood of resolutions was introduced, cov
ering every subject before the country,
Bryan coming forward with a radical free
silver resolution. Then speochmaking be
gan. Representative-Klect Shafforth, of
Colorado, leading off with a plea for un
limited coinage of silver, claiming that
both gold and silver should be free.
Then ex -Governor Prince.of New Mexico,
took up the subject of the day: "Ke
nionctization of Silver," and made a
speech reiterating all the allegations so
frequently made that the demonetization
of silver was brought about by fraud, aud
bad been the cause of the low prices pre
vailing, a proposition that he argued at
length. lie was heartily applauded all
DEATH OF PRINCESS BISMARCK.
Her Cass Regarard aa Boneless by the
Daetors for a Month.
Vaiizts, Nov. 28. Princess Bismarck
has for years been suffering with bronchi
tis and gastric catarrh. Eighteen months
ago she was found lying in a pool of blood
at the foot of her bed. These fainting at
tacks were repeated from time to time.
The immediate cause of her death was
dropsy complicated with heart disease.
The disease rapidly became worse during
the last few days The princess was cheer
ful to the end. She tried to deceive her
busliand as to her real condition. Mie
spent much of her time out of bed. Doc
tors Schweninger and Chrysander re
garded her case as hopeless a month ago,
but concealed the truth from Prince Bis
marck. When recently the wife of the prince's
valet fell seriously ill. Prince Bismarck
said to him: "Dear friend. I sincerely
sympathize with you in your grief for,
alas, I am in the same terrible position as
yourself. Kvery one is departing from us."
Dr. Schweninger has been here since Fri
day, but he was unable to do anything be
yond attending to the comfort of the dying
princess. The prince Is quite overcome by
the denth of his wife. The end came at 5
a. tu. yesterday. Shortly before B o'clock
Dr. Schweninger gently broke the news to
Prince Bismarck, who rose immediately
and remained silent for some time at the
At the death scene there were present
Dr. Scwcninger, Chrysander, Countess
Kantxsu, and Prince Bismarck's niece
Karly in the morning the prince's head
fon-stcr and his neighbors called to offer
their condolences. The prince asked their
indulgence, saying that he was unequal to
seeing visitors. He only received Pastor
Schumann, from Wruov. Prince Bis
marck personally communicated the news
of the death of the princess to the em
peror and empress, who immediately sent
a long telegram of condolence. Among
the others who have alrcudy sent messages
of sympathy and regret are tho king of
Wurtemburg, Chancellor von Hohcnlohc,
and the ministers and sitcretaries of state.
Freight Law Perpetually Enjoined.
OM An A, Nov. 28. The decree of Judge
Dundy, of the United States district
court, making perpetual the injunction
against the Nebraska maximum freight
rate law was rendered in conformity to
tlie opinion handed down two weeks ago
by J iiHtiee Brewer, of the United States
supreme court. The decree declares that
tho law "is repugnant to the constitu
tion of tlie United Stutes, forasmuch as
by the provisions of said act the said de
fendant railroad company may not exact
lor the transportation of freight from one
point to another within the state charges
which yield to the company reasonable
componsution for such services."
Haw Con d net or Brown Was Killed.
Fobt Smith, Aark, Nov. 88. There is
much mystery yet about the killing of
Pullman Conductor Brown, but one thing
can he stated as a fact, and that is that
W. J. McKee, superintendent of the Mis
souri Pacific, and Trainmaster Walsh, of
the same road, are out on (5.UU0 ball each,
and Jacob Barker, colored porter, and
Jerry Nans, cook on McKee's private car,
are in jail all for the killing. The shoot
ing took place on a night when robbers
were expected to attack the train, and the
best information Indicates that there was
some shooting and that Brown was killed
by a stray shot.
AraMaiaa Mealing at London.
London, Nov. 89. A meeting of the
Anglo-Armenian association was held
here under the presidency of Mr. Francis
Seymour Stevenson, M. P., for the Rye
division of Suffolk and chairman of the
Anglo-Armenian association. Among
those present were Professor J. A. Beet,
D. D., and many distinguished Knglish
men who are In sympathy with the cause
of the Armenians, besides G. Hagopian
mm other natives ot Armenia.
Fallowed Her Brother ta Kteraity.
F.LDor.A, la.. Nov. SI The suicide of
Ernest WcLner has become double trag
edy. He was found dead In the cellar
with his throat cut. His aged sister, who
lived with him, took a dose of rat poison
and died in a few hours.
Stabbed Bis Brother ta Death.
lv Yoke. Nov. -Rnuri V.m
lino quarreled with his brother Gcnarro.in
a saloon in muincrry street. Komrio
stabbed Grnarro In tho left breast, kill
ing him almost luatantly. Hoariw
HOW IT WAS DONE.
The Organization of that Big
TOLD BY THE ORIGINATOR THEREOF
Rata Oat ta rind Ilond Barer Waa WIU
ot Defeat the GoveraaMat's Paraasa
ss riads Them Twmay Knocking
oat Bona Little Schemes ta Make Vaela
Sam -Pay the Freight," as It Were.
NEW YORK. Nov. 2i John A. Stewart.
the president of tho United States Trust
company, explaining the origin and the
financial operations of the syndicate
which has just secured the cntira issue of
jO,OUO,000 government bonds, said:
It was a matter that cansMl n oand
deal of worry and a good deal of anxiety.
The first point, after I had made up my
mind to help the government, was to look
about and find out where the gold was.
lousee, the point was to irzt netinle to an
in who had gold and would not draw on
me government Tor It. Well, I got before
me the list of the banks thnt, hum luva
quantities of gold.
Would t'ae Their Gold.
"Then T hnA aiAar m,t nf
- .v'V wt.v v. . 1. 1 r
those who would use their hold if they
weni in, woo wanted to invest the gold.
Who W 1 1 1 1 1 1 tjk . tlin n ii.itnt j .f ,1,. Vw ... .1
that were assigned to them, and lastly,
and most important of all, in a way, who
wouiu nave conuuence enough in those
who were at t.hn hn.nl ,,f ...
trust to their discretion In bidding. After
i nou maUe a list of the names of those I
Wanted 1 bco-nn vrith time, ta-hn .lil.l lu.
.towers of strength, if I succeeded in get-
mem sucn men as nerpuint Mor
gan. 1 went to see them first and talked
it over, and got them to say how much
money they would take. Then I went to
the others and got them in. One of the
great difficulties was to keep out those I
did not want. When tlie news of what
wc were about got out, there was a rush
of people whom it was hard for mo to re
fuse. Another difficulty was with those
who were asked in and wanted more than
the number of bonds we assigned them.
Most Important T All.
"Tlie 1nt twiinl nn.1 t In. .... , ln,n..w.nn
of all was the matter of deciding what t
bid. There was where experience and a
Studv of the honri nmrtnf nn . nn...
sion of the channels of information came
in most strongly. If we bid too little, we
would lose all or part of the bonds. If wo
bid too much the nrofit of the Kvnrii-ntj
would be gone. It was necessary to know
just what the bonds were worth in order
k gunru againsi lauure in toe latter con
sideration. And In rim fro,ii.t. .nu;l...
- - - . .w. u.w ..'U.1IU11
ation it was necessary to know just about
wnat otners wouta Dia. ow l have no
mrallH nf L-nnvlnir hu.lnlulv 1,.., ....
.. ,5 .j, vuu, m:,uug
here aud going about, the information
cumc, auu i was nine to leu wita a good
deal of accuracy what would be bid.
Now it is a fortunate thing all around
that the bonds are held by our party.
Wdcn they come into the market there
will be no cutting of prices. And the fact
the syndicate holds all means at least a
quarter per cent more profit. There will
be a good profit in these bonds."
Expect Gold To He Returned.
WASHtNGTOx, Nov. 28 Treasury offi
cials expect that most of the gold with
drawn from the sub-treasury at New
York during the last two weeks by firms
and banks, irgregate W.aiO.OUi, now that
the entire issue of bonds have been award
ed to the Stewart syndicate, will be re
turned to the treasury. These firms and
banks withdrew the gold in anticipation
that they would be successful bidders for
part of t he new bonds.
HE CALLED ON THE EDITOR.
The Result I That Two Physicians Are
Birmingham, Ala, Nov. 28. The Star
charged that ez-Congressiuan He wet t,
chairman of the city Democratic commit
tor, had been a Republican. Karle Per
kins, a prominent insurance agent, and
stepson of Ilewett, called on Editor lien
Button of The Star, knocked him
through a gloss window, pitched him
overa table and was otherwise demolishing
him, when Button rallied and a savage
fight followed. Perkins came out with a
broken nose, a closed eye, and many ugly
bruises, while Button was bitten on the
cheek und through the thumb, and other
wise disfigured. Perkins has two physi
cians attending him. The fight resulted
from the heated municipal campaign
which is be.ng waged between Robert
Warner, Democrat, and J. N. Van liuose,
DUEL ON - THE TAPIS.
French Minister of Finance Sends a Chat.
lenge to a Ueputy.
Pauis, Nov. 28. During the debate in
the deputies on the Modogascaran credit
M. Bouanett violent ly assaulted M. Poin
carre, minister of finance. The only reply
that M. Poincarre deigned to moke was:
"Interruptions of this kind are replied to
elsewhere." This of course meant that a
challenge to fight a duel would be sent to
M. Bouanett. After the session M. Poin
carre sent his seconds to M. Bouanett to
arrange for a meeting on the field of
Jumped from Brooklyn Bridge,
New YouK, Nov. 28. Harry Menier, a
young Englishman, is allegrd to have
jumped from the highest point on the
Brooklyn bridge into the river without in
jury by the aid of a parachute just before
daylight. The affair was .under the aus
pices of a sporting paper. The bridge po
lice say they know nothing about the in
cident and question the truth of the story.
M arrted Oae Day and Died Kest.
KtOTA, la., Nov. 28. George Kunge
and Miss Addie Thompson left their
respective homes near this city, went to
Washington, la., and were married. They
returned next day and the bridegroom
became suddenly ill and died, it is
thought that he committed suicide.
laeeadlarles la aa Ohio Town.
Coshocton, Nov. 28. The Diamond
Basket company, which gave employment
to from 9ut to 600 people, burned. It was
tlie work of lnceudlariea. Poor other at
tempts to fire buildings were made dur
ing the night. No clew.
Will Present Claiass lor Boaaty.
New Orleans, Nov. 28. At a meeting
at the chamber of commerce the commer
cial bodies, bankers, brokers and mer
chants decided to present the claims for
the bounty on the crop of sugar of KM
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1CU4.
Thfl KflW Vrat rrt!lf a1 aa..!..
w - v ' nfpwiB sica aCr
cided that John Y. McKane, the Graves-
cuu, ooss, must stay In the pent-
ten tlnry where he was sent for -election
O' Mai ley, ex-Illinois state senator, and
repuieu jeaoer ot the "Market street
gang" at Chlcam ki.k i- i
with divers brutal assault on voters at
me pons a ov. o last and the murder of at
least two men. is fn .wk..,.i. w. t.
I Known to Iiava ahn ln .. .
I- - " uwu n.buiu wvn-ty-four
hoars beginning on the da v of elec
tion. The case was dismissed because
somehow the man shot did not appear to
prosecute. -. . ..
News Is received from Caps Breton that
tha Falcon, which brought home tha
Peary party, has been wrecked on her re
turn to St. Johns, Nd., and all on board
Indiana coal miners will leave the
Knights of Labor on account of tne action
of the general convention at New Orleans
in refusing admission to their delegates.
A syndicate has been formed In New
York to complete the necessary improve
ments to the machinery of the arrow-
uBpcu. naDKr xioworu (Jassanl, and pre
nare her for nnnrhep tMmi Th.
says this vessel will revolutionize ocean
The orerrlne atjnaf,f, Tni..
I.lvi-rpool has reported at the Philadelphia
uicahsairr nil ngnb.
The $8,000 bridge crossing the Misslssin
ewa river at Sutton's Ford, near Marion,
Wages will be cut 6'i per oent Dec. 1 by
the Canton-Massillon Electric Railway
Alexander Bashaw, a Springfield (Ills,)
uarKoeper, tnoa to till his wife with a
knife and she shot him dead.
An explosion took place at the worts of
the St, Louis fireworks company. Fire
works Station, not far from Mascoutah,
Ills., which wus felt in all parts of the
connty. Five shanties were demolished.
The shocks were at first supposed to bo
from an earthquake.
Stockholders of the Catawissa Railway
company, a l-enusylvania line, are tha
first to feel how the income tax works.
The directors, as required by law, have
deducted 2 per cent, from the net income
of the road and the deduction reaches nu
merous stockholders whose incomes are
not near f 1,0U0 per year.
The trial of Charles J. and Frank R.
Meadowcroft, cx-bankers, has begun at
Chicago. The charge is receiving money
on deposit after they know the bank was
British female ' labor organizations
have adopted a plan of federation, and ex
pect hereafter to work in unison.
Chicago and Northwestern directors de-.
dared a semi-annual dividend of 2.' per
cent, on the common stock and a quarter
ly dividend of 1 per cent, on the pre
ferred. THOSE STRIPED STOCKINGS.
A IwistoB Man Tells a Good Story of tha
The returned Lewistonian fell to talk
ing over a revolver that he carried in
the arrest of a desperado in New Mexico,
and then be diverged and told this story:
"Once when we were going down in
the Indian Terirtory as we rode out of
the village we pasted the boose where
a New Brunswick girl had jnst come to
live in the little prairie village. There
had been considerable joking about the
new arrival, and as we passed she came
out to hang np her washing on the line.
I rode a little red pony one that I had
swapped a shotgun for and when I saw
the New Brunswick girl hang np a pair
of the longest, biggest striped stockings
I had ever seen I rode right np into the
yard and under the clothesline and
seized those stockitys and palled 'em
off the line and rode away.
"All that trip down across the hot
plains and over the rustling buffalo
grass the boys plagued me about those
stockings. I had pnt them into my trunk
and kept them. I don't know what I
took them for or why I kept them.
"Well we got down into the territory
and among the Indians. They are great
gamblers, yon know, and we bet with
them everything we had. We raced and
won from i them all the money and
Mnukets they possessed.
"The blankets were United States
army blankets, but we can use them by
cutting ontthe U. S.' At last we came
down to foot runners, and the Indians
brougth out their man. He was tall,
broad chested and long limbed. He
could go like the wind, and onr best
runner was nothing compared with
him. Why, he was the best physical
man I ever law. He looked at our man,
and his thick lip curled in derision.
"He no good get a man!'
"The savage was stripped to his skin.
I looked at our man.
" 'Jake,' I said, 'yon wait a minute.
Then I went aud got those stockings.
When I brought them out; they created
the biggest kind of a sensation, and the
curiosity to touch them was something
"They jnst wanted to put their hands
on them to see what they were.
"I did not let them satisfy their cu
riosity, but carried them through the
crowd as if they were only relics.
" 'Jake, pnt those on and ran with
them, ' I said.
" 'Why, I can't ran with those on,'
" 'Yes, yon can. Don't you see that
they are mystified?'
"He pnt them on, and though he was
a large man they came clear to his hips.
We pinned them np, and he started
with the big Indian. It was plain by
the faces of the greasers that they had
lost all faith in their man as against the
striped stockings. The Indian ran a lit
tle distance and then fell behind, with
his eyes fixed in terror on those firing I
stockings. He was beaten. And do you .
Know l sola tnose stockings to the In- i
man tor nve ponies ana a rifle?" Lew
A IMaVrra Oaialoaw
Contributor I have here an article
on What Poets Have Said of the
Editor That would interest no one.
but if yon can give me an authentic ac
count of what the moon has said about
the poets daring the past few thousands
of years I would willingly par voa
doable rates for it Pick Me Up.
ME TOLD THE TRUTH AT IAST.
Had Kot a JOrkrl to Par Hi Fare, aat a
Conduct or Trusted Bias.
"Dead broko" is a relative term.
Some men aro "dead broke" on $10.
Some don't call It "dead broke, nntil
they reach a nickel. It's pretty "dead
broke" when yon haven't Ten the one
nickel for car fare, want to get from
Twenty-third to Fnlton street, are is a
hurry, conldu't walk for a fortune and
know there's incucy waiting for you at
the other end if von can get there.
This was tlie case with a young man
One dav last wwt nnH r.hia fa how be
got there. Boarding a Broadway car at
xwenry-tnira street among a crowa ot
others, he walked forward and took his
stand beside the gripnian. It was some
time Dcrore the conductor reached hint,
when he fumbled for change, as though
he knew he had it in vest and trousers
pockets, finally remarking that since he
conldn't find it he supposed he'd "have
to get off." The conductor saw it in
thnt light, too, and politely made way
for the yonng man, who by this time
had reached Thirteenth street.
Walking down a few blocks h board
ed the third car following, and this time
the conductor called for his fare. Again
he affected the searching procesn, and
again tho conductor waited patieutly,
while the car spnn along nntil at last
tho yonng man anxiously declared thnt
he must have lost his pocket book. TbJ
conductor dinged the bell, deciding that
tho best thing to bo done was to step off
and Icok for it.
Eighth street was now reached, and
again at Fifth ftrcct a fresh car was
boarded. Another search after change
was gone thrcngh and another kindly
rTisgrsfiou from a conductor looked for,
but this one said: "Ain't grit no money?
How far pre yon grans;? Fnlton? Oh,
no: vou'd better sa-t oft." And hn on
off aftr three chihorate bits of acting
just so hlocks It-low bis original point.
"I guess I'll try the troth now," he
thought tr himself, and this time ho
stood out on the buck platform aud
didn't make a first dive into his pock
ets. Ho had got sick of it, and it wasn't
"Look here, conrrnctcr, " he said,
"I'm dead broke. Haven't a nickel.
Will heve lots when I get to Fnlton
street. Will yon give nip yoor number
aud trust me to ride down':"
"Ride von do." said the enndcrtnr
and that conductor hasn't regretted it.
He's got more than the fare Fince, and
tlte yonng nir.ii who began ou the lies
has learned a first rate lesson on tho old
fashioned policy of boncstv. New York
lloney From Lump Sugar.
To make it ti?;A n mitf ;t nf Inmn
sufrar, remembering that your vessel (a
preserving kettle is best) must be large,
as the Kirrrn ll.nl mi nr ri 1 1 . ct .... tl..
process and is apt to run over and catch
iivj. i ,mr hi i ne sngar a utile water,
enough to melt to a sirup v. hen hot.
Boil and skim till clear, when drop in
for two quarts us much powdered alum
as von can rile on a i1im Th hm ia
to prevent the snjrar from granulating.
Ee ready to lift the kettle off the fire
quickly, as the alum causes tho airnn t,
froth up very hifch. Boil until it be
conics of tlie consistency and tho color
of strained honey, win y, add a teaspoou
ful of Jamaica giufc-cr, stir thoroughly
and set to cool. St. Louis Post -Dispatch.
Married women can still he
to positions in the Milwaukee public
schools. At the meeting of the execu
tive committee of the school board Aug.
3 the movement was defeated which at
tempti'd to rfisconrag matrimony on
the part of the teachers of tlie Milwau
kee public se!iMils, in that it proposed
the retirement from tbo-force of teach
ers of all married women who had hus
bands npon whom they could depend
for support and the uonemploymeut in
the future of married women as teach
ers. A Loas;, Voog Blah.
Pvpeulktstostwaninsariofnim Indie tj
tba Pule. A long. 1 tag Kh that woald be
Talk about sighing, why. If all the signs of th
women ef the world, for just cat could t
gt' bored in one righ. It wo-ild be loaf en agfe to
roach fro a here to the farthest axed atar. But
tboaginds of women snffe and sigh hectaae the
Victim of disrate. Oltx r aould snSVr - sorely
nd iga as often if they had not been wise
enough to as Dr. I'ierw'e Favorite rrvatriptioa
This I a wcudertul recuperator ot waau-d
strcnctli and f ooveiriga eOtcarjr in all those dc
raogenMuti and maladies peculiar to their sex,
bj which t'ae vitality is capped and the acid, of
death arc sown.
lr. R. V. Pieice Dear Sir: I have taken the
-Favorite Prescription- and I can recommend H
tu anybody that stiffen with any female diacase.
1 have tiled rental doe or' pKarrlptloan but
none did me tbe (Mud that yours did. Yoo.ni re
irctfnlly. MATT IE TERKY,
Potmltres. t-herrer Mill, Dallas connty, Ala.
Children Cry for
with pale or sallow complexions,
or suffering from skin eruptions
or scrofulous blood, will find
quick relief in Scott's Emulsion.
All of the stages of Emaciation,
and a general decline of health,
are speedily cured.
takes away the pale, haggard
look that comes with General
Debility. It enriches the blood,
stimulates the appetite, creates
healthy flesh and brings back
strength and vitality. For Coufbt,
Colds, Son Throat, Broecbrtis, VVask
Send J or our pamfhlet. Mailed FREE.
Set!.. Y. H truer a. Me.aadtt.
A Six-Hole Range
For $25 Cash.
JOHN T, NOFTSKER,
Corner Third At'enue and Twentieth St
HEATISU AKII VKXTILATIMO KKMIKEEU.
HAVE YOU SEEN
THE : CAPITOL
If Not, Why Not?
Come and see the Heater, and jndge its
merits yourself. Fifteen sold this sea
son, and more going. Call for descrip
H2 and 114 W. 17th street.
JOB H. rABIDOH.
PAninon q con
Painters and Decorators
FAFS2 XUZS23, Calmt T
CCP, 119 Emsisa CL, LCCS IZLASH. ILL.
All kind of (
Office and Shop 711 Twelfth street
No trade receipts, only a limited
number of 6-hole ranges, full nickel
trimmed, Boston bing covers, en
ameled covers, enameled reservoir.
Just think of it ! They are fully
guaranteed, too. For a bargain,
now is your chance. Sold only by
The best holiday dis
play of GLOVES and
FURS in the three
cities is at
Where the best bar
gains are made.
1G05 Second A v.
Brnnett'a Celebrated Seam
less gloves are the Ix-st
LATEST NOVELTIES IS
dic3 nu m ob
OAS Bt IIU AT
E. Vm DORN.
The New Merchant Tailor.
1822 BKOOND AVE
arpsnr Oont Bloc
BUST A. FASHION
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