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PALMER STILL AHEAD.
The Legislative Bodies in Joint Ses
Three Ballot Taken for Uattt-d i;ate
Hnkir, and Adjoorniaent not It To
Sfrikgpield, Jan. 20 Special At
noon today both legislative bodies met in
the hous3. McDonald, of Morgan, placed
in nomination Gen . Palmer, and FuMer,
of Boone, nominated Coy. 0jlesby.
Cockrell nominated Streeter.
The vote on first billot resulted:
Palmer 101. Olesby 100. Streeter 3 Oa
the second ballot, when Senator Hunter's
name was called, he was rending a news
paper, and, at that moment, was looking
at Palmer's picture, and without think
ing. voted for Palmer. He changed his
vote in a hurry. The resu ts of the sec
ond and third ballots were the 6ame as
first, when the joint sess oi adjourned
until 10 a. m tomorrow.
TH.1Y EMPTIED THE TANK.
t-ii Thirsty ElephantH and How Tliey
Oiifiit'heil Their T-iinst.
One lav a circus and mi-miperie trail
halted at tha railway station on its way
through a town. Of course t lere wa.s great
cariosity among the railroad men to in
spect this queer special train, and among
others the engineer and the iireman of one
of the locomotives in the yard left their
posts for a short time to see the dhTerent
When they cam back and were veady to
move their locomotive they noticed that
the cover of the water tin. k was open.
Farther, they luel ily d iscovered that the
tank was nearly i mpty, although it had
been full to the bfm when t-iey left it.
Such an extraordinary thins had never
happened before! No wonder there was
great surprise on all sides; every one knew
the tank was full when the men had left
it; in fact, some of the "hands" had seen it
filled, neither was there a l;ak in it, and
yet the tank was empty. The question was,
where had tlu water gone?
Seven thirsty elephants, sh it up all day
and all night in a car that jcave theiu
hardly room to move, their warm bodies
fairly touching one another, a paltry al
lowance of water to quench their thirst,
and then to be left standirsr. on the hot
railroad track, the sun's rays pouring
down upon the roof of the car, aud with
only such air as could come through the
small open windows! Was it any wonder
when their keen scent told them that
water was near that they should search for
it? How were they to kmvr that it was
not there for their convenient' ?
At any r;,tf, no sooner v -re t lie men
gone when through a small ir.dow of the
elephant, car the dusky trunk of an ele
phant Iliads it. way siuuou!y out. An
other fi.llowed its example, then another,
until srven trunk-; had felt and snuffed
around over engiue. tender and coal.
What they sought '.wis not there; but they
still kept moving altout, and coming to
the water tank one of them stopped, felt
all ovt r the r,vcr, and at last managed to
get the fhiiiTiike end under the edce of
the cover. Then slowly and carefully it
was or.oneil. when Isehold! there was what
the lephauts wanted water, and plenty
Ti;p owner of that particular trunk took
a long draught, its companion!- meanwhile
shoving and pushing oue aaoi.wr iu their
anxiety to drink. One after another they
filled their trunks with the cool water and
pouml it down their drv, parched throats.
How grateful! how refreshiu;-! after the
long, dusty ride. With what keen enjoy
ment they squirted the water over their
tird. hot bodies until they were cool and
The mystery of the empty t ank was a
mystery but a short time. The keeper of
the elephants oa visiting the car had found
it and the elephants deluged with water.
A few inquiries, and the mat; er was ex
plained to every one's satisfaction. St
Selling Even on a Tl).
There is a bootblack who inf?sts one of
the down town meeting places ( f business
men, hut who has ravaged his territory for
so many years that he has ome to le
classed as a privileged intruder, entitled to
many lilierties of deed and wo-d. For a
week he had leen industriously preaching
the leauties of gift giving, and as a result
he was much better supplied with current
funds than was the case when he began his
collection. Among the custon ers he im
pmtuned for a remembrance w is a rather
elderly broker, who has a fa.shi n of nav
ing his debts and rather likes to see the
same characteristic in others.
Perched in the bootblack's t hair, this
gentleman informed the operai or on his
shoes that he intended to add a dollar to
the fund. Naturally, the shoes received a
polish that snone like a fresh co it of var
"Well," said the broker, as he stepped
down from the chair, "you kLow I lent
you a dollar last spring. Well, i hat's the
dollar I m going to give you."
The bootblack didn't like this arrange
ment at all, but he couldn't help the situ
ation apparently. He brightened up in a
minute, however, and diving a gtimy hand
into a trousers pocket drew out ji five cent
piece. "Dat's your interest, 1kss," he
said, aud then, as his customer received
the coin and began to move away, he added
to himself: "Dat s what I call mean. Call
ing a loan on a man widout no notice
Dey ain't no real heart in a Wall street
man anyway." New lork Time.
How to Keep Shoes Soft and I'liable,
When shoes are only blacked the leather
soon becomes hard aud dry, the best fitting
pair will be uncomfortable, and nere and
there little cracks will appear, which will
soon become chasms. Every week or two
the blacking should be wiped oC with
damp cloth, the shoe should be a! lowed to
dry and then be rubbed with the best bar
;i'-3s oil. Every part, including the sole
f d the seams, should be oiled ai d the oil
n ren a chance to soak in. The toughest
A itlier can be made soft in this way, and
good leather will, after this treatment, feel
like kid. The shoe will wear tbr'e times
as long and be infinitely more comfortable
in the weariug. Vaseline is thought by
some to be superior to harness aL The
easiest way to clean rubber overshoes that
have become muddy is with vaseline. A
little "swab" of flannel on the eud of a
stick is good for this purpose. New York
t Tiirtrtnv if the wife hopes to rule she
must take care that the ring, when, placed
i.e finder, shall slip at once to ita
H place without stopping at the large second
The earliest mention of holly in conneo-
wr.f&s ratmas embellishment is a
carol in its praise, written about 150, and
pm -red in the Hif""" manaaonpia.
, Tlinta for Tartar Elocution.
Commence by reading aloud. To do this
well is in itself worth a good deal of effort,
and you need never lw without an audi
ence. Rut(i lue paper to father in that
half hour just before tea when be has
come home "all tired out." Read to
mother while she sews; she will be glad to
hear anything good, and you will perhaps
find in her what every young elocutionist
ueeds a just but kindly critic. And while
you read think. Be sure you are bringing
out the author's thoughts correctly. If
not quite sat isfied with the way you have
read a passage put a mark on the margin.
and when you reach the end go back and
try it again till you are sure of it.
In rending, the voice should be pitched
moderately low, but every word must be
enunciated distinctly. Unless you are on
your feet while reading sit well back in
your chair and keep the back straight.
which will enable you to breathe slowly
and dsn-ply. In reading and elocution, as
in sinmng, it is important to take breath
in sued places and iu such quantit ies that
the voice will remain full and round until
the s.-nse is complete. No gasps niu.st oc
cur in tiie middle of a sentence, and there
shoul.l be i hurrying toward the end be-
c uise the breat 'i is uearlv out. As to where
;ie should take breaths while reading
ii'. T" i-t mi rule but the infallible rule of
c liiinion sense; your hearers should never
know just when yo:i do it.
Choose for public reading or speaking
pices suited to your voh-e and ability,
Many a young elocutionist, has come to
grh'f and fjiilure mereiy oa account of a
mistiken ambition. It may be in your
power to keep an a idin -j rippling with
laughter when you would be a dismal fail
are as n portrayer of dep passion and high
tragedy. It is far h"iter to do simple
things well than to sow dusa-pnoiuiiucnt
for yourself by attempting selections" to
which you cannot, do justice. Edna War
wick in Ladies' Home Journal.
American Title Hunting.
Our professsd genealogists have found
out that it is far easier to establish a con
nection with some foreign family of re
pute and to appropriate their honors and
insignia than to manufacture outright.
Thus our Muggins has been successfully
spliced on to the English family of De
Mogyn, our Taylors to Tayleures, our
Seamers to iseymours and St. Maura, and
our Mullius to I)e Moulin. In general
thesv transformations and affiliations have
been effected without exciting comment or
criticism, but not always. An American
family bearing a name famous in English
history and exalted in one branch by
ducal title concluded that similarity of
surname gave them an equal right to the
heraldic belongings of the family, and as
sumed the escutcheon, supporters and all.
If their pride had bee a satisfied with the
display of the insignia on their carriage
panels no one would have objected- but
when it tempted them to assert publicly
tneir rigni, to ine uucai title, wuicu was
then in abeyance, it aroused the curiosity
of some prowling genealogists thoe pests
of society who set about inquiries which,
they asserted, proved that the American
family was only of yeoman origin and of
no possible connection with the ducal
house. Thus did their vaulting ambition
overleap itself, and to avoid ridicule they
were obliged to suppress a magnificent
table service of chma and silver, on which
they had displayed, at a considerable ex
pense, the ducal crest and coronet. John
D. Champlin, Jr., in Forum.
Wliy Indian Iont Farm.
It seems that no amount of explaining
win ever suppress tliat inevitable question
of "Why do the Indians not farm?" But,
to treat the thing seriously, I will explain
that a part of the Indian territory is a fine
farming country, and is inhabited by the
remnants of the eastern tribes, who do
farm to some extent. The Cheyennes
Comanches, Kiowas and Arapahoes live
west of the rain belt, and it is exceptional
when a corn crop can le raised once in four
years. That seems to be reason enough to
deter w hite men from farming there, aud
it ought to at least nccnuut for the Indians'
lack of success.
Those parts of Kansas and Texas lying
north and south of these reservations are
not regarded as farming countries. On
certain parts of the Sioux reserve crops
might Lk? raised, but oa the greater area of
it no results can be attained without irri
gatiou. The northern Cheyennes could
not farm for the same reason, though the
Crows are more fortunately situated, as
the broad bottoms of the Little Big Horn
can be irrigated at a trifling expense. F.
Kemingtou in Harper s Monthly.
The Government's Crucifix.
A most beautiful crucifix of solid gold
rests in a carnelian case. It was found in
one of the southern post offices at the close
of the war. and wan marked "Unclaimed
It had beeu sent, probably, by some pious
mother to her son who perudied on the
field of battle or in the hospital. There
was no name attached, and nothing to tell
the story. Near it, partially concealed in
a little envelope, is a lock of dark brown
hair. An inscription in a nervous hand
reads: "This contains my hair. Charles
Guitean." It was put into the mails by
tne muraerer or I'resident Uarneld, with
out any address, just as it appears in the
cabinet. w asbington Cor. St. Louis Globe
. Nature often shows her kind helnful
ness by bringing healthy organs to the re-
uei or uiseaseu ones.
If one kidney loses its functional power
the other will enlarge and do the work of
both. If both are more or less affected the
vessels or the skin may come to their aid
and pour out on the surface what would
otherwise cause fatal blood poisoning. On
the other hand, when the pores are stopped
by a chill the kidneys come to the rescue
and do a large part of the skin's work
This explains why it is so dangerous for
tne sufferer from diseased kidneys to take
cold. x outh s Companion.
UMncoTery of Electro Gilding.
The art of electro gilding was discovered
in 1803 by Brugnatelli. a pupil of the illus
trious Volta; it not only superseded the
old unhealthy method of gilding by mer
cury, but placed the use of gold within the
reach of the poorer classes. The extremely
small quantity of sold which can thus be
made to cover uniformly a large surface of
some other metal to which it adheres
firmly and resists ordinary friction gives
to the gilt object the external appearance
and the properties of pure gold. Chambers'
Emulsifying Oil for rainting.
A well known manufacturer claims that
the ouly proper way of making a ready
mixed paint in which there is a consider
able portion of white lead and zinc white
present, to keep indefinitely, is to emulsify
the oil. This prevents the chemical action
which the painter knows as "fatting," that
is, prevents the formation of that particu
lar kind of lead soap which will not dry.-
New York Commercial Advertiser.
UNLIKE TEA A COFFEE
TT 1 t
i lie ciaims oi cocoa as a useful article of diet are steadily
winning recognition. Unlike tea and coffee, it is not only a
stimulant but a nourisher; and it has the great advantage of
leaving no narcotic effects. Hence it is adapted to general
use. The strong may take it with pleasure, and the weak
ta mm tela
"BEST & GOES FARTHEST."
S9-Vf HocTTX'i Cocoa ("one tr4. lw-i naed") ae Injurioaa rfforta M
Mrroas arstara. It Uno wonder, thcrtfora. that ia all part of tba worht ton f n u
Coooa fttwa m -aoee by aaedleal nri la-tea mt tea mm Ml m- Mkrr
irKM! in tua world." Ak
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THE POSITIVE CURE.
ELY BBOTHERS. M Wsrrea
A Grnerott Lord.
Ird To!lem;che, who died in Iondon at
the age of S3, wr-s known as the bes.t land
lord iu Great Britain. Although the most
uncompromising of Tories, he divided his
vat estates into sr.i ii! holdings, allotted
three acres to each laborer for garden, graz
ing ami tillage, demanded that a cow and
a pig be kept, had his tenants taught but
ter and cheese making, and allowed them
time t.) cultivate their holdings the results
of his liler:-.l policy ;ipi.inng in a large
increase ia the v.--.lr. .:i-m id bis property,
and the most pnperons .-.ad contented
tenantry in the I'nited kingdom. Har
Taking Chi J ren to Church.
Children should be takeu U church once
every Sunday, not more until they are old
enough to desire it. The habit is invalu
able, aud this invests it with the charm
of association. The remembrance of the
father's reverent manner and t he mother's
earnest devotion, the bi illness and thecalm
of the sacred atmosphere, w ill form a chain
too strong to be broken to bind them in
after life to the serviiv of God's house.
Elizabeth Soovil in Italics' Home .Journal.
White People Leaving the i lain
A curious fact is that there are less
white people on the high ;-lins of the
northwest now than there ere ten years
ago, aud there will pnobly be lu&s in tea
years more than there are now. unless the
country is reclaimed by irrigation, which
could only be duue by a sy.-tem of water
storage made possible after a vat outlay
of labor and capital. Harper's Weeklj.
The longest parliament ever hell in
Great brit.iin was the celebrated long pr
liament of two and a third centuries ago.'
It was called by Charles I in November,'
lt40, and continued until dissolved by
force by Oliver Cromwell in April, 1C53,
lasting nearly twelve and a half yean.
In his work on the "Climate of England,"
Whistlecraft says that during the i-torm of
1799 a poor woman named Woodcock, a
native of Cambridge, was buried in the
6now for eight days. She lived for several
months after being rescued.
A Woman"! Ducovtry-
"Another wonderful discovery has
been made, and that, too by a lady in
this country. Disease fastened its
clutches upon her and for seven years she
withstood its Beveretta tests, but ber vital
organs were undermined and death
seemed imminent, For three months she
coughed incessantly and could not sleep.
She bought of us a bottle tf Dr. King's
New Discovery for consumption and waa
so much relieved on taking the first dose
that she slept all eight, and with one
bottle has been miraculously cired. Her
name is Mrs. Luther Lutz " Thus write
W. C. Hamrick & Co.. of bhelby. N. C.
Get a free bottle at Hri & Bah -sen's
The iranai'.ion from long lingering
and painful Eicknesa to robust health
marks an epoch in the life cf the individ
ual. Such a remarkable event is treas
ured in memory and the agency whereby
the good health has been attained is
gratefully blessed. Hence it is that so
much is beard in praise of Electric Bit
ters. So many feel they owe their res
toration to health, to the use of the great
alterative and tonic. If you are troubled
with any disease of kidneys, liver or
stomach, of long or short standing you
will surely find relief by use of Electric
Bitters. Sold at 50c and $1 per bottle
at Hartz & Bahnsen's drug store.
BUCKXXK'S ARNICA RAX VS.
The test salve in the world for cats,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
corns and all skin eruptions, and posi
tively cures piles, or no pay required. It
is guaranteed to give perfect satiafactloa
or money refunded. Price 25 cents per
box. For "Hie hv Ban & Bahnser .
When a man tells you that he is per
fectly contented he means, in nine cases
out of ten, that after thinking the mat
ter all over be does not see how he can
get anything more.
ADVIuB TO rOTHEKS.
Are you disturbed at night and broken
of your rest by a eick child suffering and
crying with pain of cutting teeth T If so,
send at once and get a bottle of Mrs.
Winslow's Soothing Syrup for children
teething. Iu value is incalculable. It
will relieve the poor little sufferer imme
diately. Depend upon it mothers, there
is no mistake about it. It cures dysen
tery, diarrhoea, regulates the stomach
and bowels, cures wind colic, softens the
guma, rcducts inflammation and gives'
tone and energy to the whole system.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup for
Children Teething is pleasant to the
taste, ard is the prescription of one of
the oldest and best female nurses and
physicists in the United States, and is
or sale bv all drug gists throughout the
world. Price 25 cents a bottle, j
Don't say there is no help for catarrh,
hay fever and cold in head, since thous
ands testify that Ely's Cream Balm has
entirely cured them. It supersedes the
dangerous use of liquids and snuffs. It
U easily applied into the nostrils ' and
gives relief at once. Price 60c.
PfPWf lWPWf f t
GOOD FOR THE NERVES. I
for Via IioCTCH'a aad to m W. m
Bltinr Tork. rrtceWcU
It Is that impurity in the blond, which, ac
cnmulating In the glands of the neck, pro.
duces unsightly lumps or swellings which
causes jainfut running sores on t) e arm,
legs, or feet; which developes ulcers in the
eyes, ears, or nose, often cauii:g bhlalnevi or
deafness; which Is the origin of pimples, can
cerous growths, or the tnaiiy other miot
ti.au usually crilc(i to humor?.:" hlth.
fastening upon the lungs, causes consumption
and death. Peing the most anrleul. It is the
general of ail diseases or affection, for
very few persons are entirely free from 1L
Ty t.ikinjr Hood's SarvipariHa, which, by
t!:e rriii.tikat'.e cure it has accomplished.
;;-u when other medicines have failed, has
pmvcii itself to be a jvotent and peculiar
medicine fr this disease. Some of these
cures are really wonderful. If you sutler from
scrofula, snre to try Hnvl' Sarviparilla,
" My dauphterMary was . filleted with scrof
ulous sore neck from the time sl-e w:.s 22 months
old till she I ccame six yeaist.f rw. Lumps
formed in her neck. :-n1 oue f them after
grow ing to the size of a igeon's eg?, lax-aroe
a running sore fr oer three years. We gave
her HikkS's S-irsap:iriH:i. when li e lump and
all Inuication of n r-fu?a eiitirely div
appeared, and new .l.i sfc!iis t" he a healthy
child." .1. S. Caiii 11 k. NauilsU. N.J.
X. B. V' sure lo p-l only
poldbyaltdnicpit. fl:lf.TfV It-pared only
hj C. 1. IllKl A O .. A poltiei ne. Lowell, Maaa.
IOO Doses One Dollar
Heaven bless the children.
It waa Ingersoll who eaid the
sweetest music is the larjirh cf
a child. The man who can
watch a group of innocent little
ones at play and not be inter
ested, in their childish sport
must possess a mean and sordid
soul indeed, and one so utterly
semsn mac wnn mm it can
eaMy be affirmed that life is a
failure. But if their presence
eo elevates an honest man when
the little ones are in perfect
health, when iLey are sick and
in sore trouble, then the sight
of their sufferings is piteous to
behold. It is here that the
stroDg man turns away op
pressed by an anguish that he
cannnot conceal, by a woe that
he cannot alleviate. This is
particularly the case with
croup. How many a fond and
loving parent has hung over the
couch of lin on-'pring and
washed thj hectic flush gather
on tne little cheek, the hoarse
rattle in the throat grow sharper
and eijarper until at last the
fatal membrane stopped the air
passages as if the entrance had
been tightly corked, and saw
the little lif go out in help'ess
agony. It is the peculiar virtue
of Reid's German Cough and
Kidney Cure that it net only
cures croup in its worst stages,
but that it prevents a recurrence
of the attack. It so cures the
patient that the little ones do
not have the disease agnin E
A. Powell, the wll-known con
tractor and builder in Peoria.
has a family of seven children,
who were all greatly troubled
with the croup Whenever
they took cold they wou'd have
it, greatly to the peril of their
lives. He tried Reid's German
Cough and Kidney Cure, and
tne attacks became less fre
quent, until they finally ceased
altogether. For sle by all
druggists, at 25c and 00c a bot
Sylvan Remedy Co.,
107 Main St, Peoria, 111.
D Ton Congkt
Dou't delay. Take Kemp's Balsam, the
bent couzh cure. It will ru mr
coughs and colds. It will cure Bains io
the chest. It will cure influenza and
bronchitis and all d
the lungs because it la a pure balsam.
Mold it to the lb7ht and see how rle.r .n
thick it is. You will ee the excelleat
effect after taking the first dose. Large
L .nt v k
Doiues ous ana fi.
VX r. V. .
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Successor to Adamson & Ruick,
W m rr. ,
Shop Nineteenth St., bet. First and Second Avenue,
General Jobbing and Repairing promptly done.
JSPSecond Hand Machinf-ry bought, sold and repaired.
PRACTICAL HOLIDAY GOODS.
Believing that everyone, deem it neces?ary to remember
their friends with a useful Christmas gift, we have selected the
neatest and largest line of LADIES and GENT'S
Ooze. Swede Kid, Russian Calf and Plush.
In all the tandem styles and shadtt.
Seond and O -risen Su
-CT. "VsT. JOISTES-
IXaZcr la New sad
Second Hand Goods
Bays, Zt nJ trle aay an cl. c::f : r jmlrr,
No. 1614 Second Arenne.
tntcQucrrri with tht GosarT or tex ccnrrir. vrzu. cvtath
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fcprtrg-s, Denver, Pueblo, tn COLORADO. FRZE Kechnlur Chair Car to
and from Cbiciroa Caldwell, Rutcbinaon. and Dodn Cltr, and PaOaca 6Uo
ln Cara between Cbicaro, WlcblUs and Uutclnon. Vrmr erTne w abd
vnt av rwaa of nch farming and rrcur lands, a 'ordiiyr tba bact facUtu
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wttb THROUGH cliQlr. Chair Cars (KRlE) to ana trocntboae points ad
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