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Wm. 11. MIIXANB, PsWi r.
OAlUaSUAl), N. M
vVsrk In being pushed at Pittsburg
an the library donated by Andrew Oar
The heavy rains In portions of aouth
cm Texas last week seriously Inter
feretl with railroad tnttlte.
A man namod Komer wa Imdly
lmrt nsfir Gainesville by bin wagon
turning over with him.
The Young Men's Social club 1ms been
organized st 11 Ilia two. It was gotten
oiitt social pastime.
Mm. Hardin Joyce, an old resident of
Hopkins county, died at Millar's drove,
that county, aged it years.
A fire near BeTcr, Mberty county,
bunted about SOO cords or wood be
longing to II. 0. Mlddlebrook.
J I mi Ilrreon, charged with an at
tempted criminal assault near 1 1 tils,
waa placed under ftON band.
Greenville chanter, Daughters of the
Confederacy, Is the name chosen by the
ladle of that city (or their branch at
A autisrrlptlon fund ha been started
for the benefit of the families of the
Humphries, recently lynched In Hen
The heaviest storm since IHIfl visit
ed Wharton county on the 27th. Dam.
me to irons, railroad, telegraph and
telephone lines was heary.
In the justlre court at Deport, lAtnar
twisty, a young man waa fined f lS.BO
for violating the name laws. He went
hunting with a party of friends and
hilled two quails.
Th- comptroller of the currency has
improved the selection of the Corn IBx
rhanptc National bank of Chicago as a
reserw agent for the Planters and
Merchants' hank of Houston.
T. Frank Vsughan. representative In
the twenty-sixth legislature from Col
lin county, and Mtas Mary llogan of
Han Saba county, were married at
Illchland Springs In Han Sal county.
Walti. the 12-year-ohl son of Henry
Keller, was drowned In the Aransas
1'asa gravel pit at Cuero. Several boys
of bis ne had made a practice of bath-
ii K In the pool, hut the recent ralna
have made It dangerously deep.
Utile Harry Haas stepped Into abed
of hot ashes at Unuls. where an accu
mulation of trash waa hunting and se
verely bntueii bis foot. The Injury Is
The Houston and 'lexas Central rail
road Is arranging to move tnt freight
depot at ISnnls one block further south
In order to make room for another
nldelrsrk In the daiwt grounds there.
All the ranches In Nolan and ail
joining counties nre being connected by
telephone with each other by means of
the wire fences, and the Innovation la
proving n ureal convenience to the po
pie of that section.
A special session of the United Suites
court for the eastern district of Terns
will be convened nt ItarlB on the 7th,
Jndge David llrynut presiding It Is
called for the purpose of passing upun
the accounts of eourt oltlclals lunt
While dusting off some goods In his
store at Gainesville It. U nubey knoek-
ol over n shot gn. The weapon was
discharged and the entire load of shot
took- effect In Mr. Ittibey's left hand,
causing mtk severe Injury aa to neees
Nathan Oarey, colored, and about 10
yearn, waa taken to Port Worth front
Forest Hill. elRht mlies south oast of
Fort Worth, and Jailed charged with
attempting criminal nananll upon an
8-year-old whIU rhlld.
I .so, the little daughter or Dr. Chan
der at (lalneevllle, stack a needle In
liHr back. The needle was burled In
the Hash so tknt It waa necessary to
inake an Incision that bold sufficient
MW Im oMained to extract It. The
wound was painful.
Iwla lUdley. a colored youth, was
taken to Clarksvllle and lodged in Jail
on the ehariie of killing Curtis Smith,
n yonng negro, in the north part at th
Musty. The boys were working to
rMker In the field when a dispute arose
ami Imltk wna literally hacked t
Attorney (letter I Imltk In the dis
trict conrt of Travhi eounty dismissed
the suit amilMt the bot4seti ot Q. It.
Msrrls. ex-tx eollertor of Utterly
county, which baa been pending alnee
J'red, the T-yesr-old son of John
Woods tit twroy, kMeaed to a very
lalnfi accident. He waa rllm&ng
n peaeb tr and test his footing. He
fell to the ground and a ensg several
lnebes long entered hie ruse near the
inoutb, nratradlng thraugn the shin.
Inquiry ban bee received In Denlaon
for bricklayers, who nre wanted nt
Karmewvtlle. Ooilln county, where a
cvttsfl oil mill, a flouring mill and sev
eral other brick building are being
erected, llrlcklsyera tan And work
there for some time this suxnt&tr
llegg nt Tanimenr Mall.
ttew Ynrk, July 6. Tammany Hall
celebrated Independence day, ns our
ternary, at thn fourteenth street wig
warn. The gathorlng waa remnrknblo
for Its unexpected features. There was
a dearth of prominent men, ox-l'reel-dent
Cleveland, ex-Senator David U.
Hill, William J. Ilryan and ox-8cnatnr
Murphy falling to make acknowledge
ment of th Invitations to attend.
Hx-fJov. Hogg of Tones created a
soniatlnn by the manttor In which he
Introduced the name of William J.
Drynu to the meeting, tho mention of
llrynn'a name and the roferonco to the
Chicago platform being received with
tremendous applnuee, which was long
The boom that was launched far
(Augustus Van Wyck Imd n very dif
ferent reception, it hnd been arrnngml
that ex-Cangreaeman Jnmea 1). Hlch
trdeon of Tenneaaee should siumk, but
he was unable to attend and dor. Hogg
was asked to speak In his place
When (tav. Hogg arose be received a
hearty welcome and he Indulged In a
few remarks that wemed to please the
Taut man r men Immensely. After aj few
motecnta. which he used In mitllnlng
the well-established and Ime-wtirn
principles of Democracy, Clov. Hogg be
gan n philippic which set the house
In nn uproar. The applause bognu
when lie asserted that next year the
Democratic tarty would declare for tho
free and unlimited coinage bf silver nt
the ration of 1 Oto 1. Men who had
appeared to be half asleep woke up
with n start and Joined In the ap
plause. When the speaker promised
a plank In the platform of next year
In which ImpertaMam would le de
nounced the applause broke forth
It waa very evident that these tit
tcrancea were not only astounding to
the Tammany leaders, but unpleaalng,
and tho dlspleseun liecame more ap
parent when the speaker exclaimed:
"In this great contest we want the
aid of united Tammany, the greatest
local political organlMttloii on earth.
We want you to close up ranks, to
fettle your locol dllllcultlwt, If thoy ex
ist, and go nrm In arm with the stal
wart bread winners of the wtitli and
west to victory next year under the
leadership of the chivalrous, the daunt
less, the inntohloeH groat American,
William J. llryttu."
As tho last words fell from the Hps
if tho npenker the atidlonco was cur
ried nwny In tin outhutat of onthu
slustle ppplntiBe. Cheer after cheer
arose and what hnd started out ns n
Turn inn n y love feast became a bowl
ine silver demonstration. The other
speakers of the day were In keeping
with tho Tammany principle.
Joseph J. Wlllett of Alabama and
State Senator Thomas K. Orndy, Tarn
mat. 'h star orator, made two of the
beet speeches, the latter making an at
tack upon tho civil service system,
which aroused his hearers to groat enthusiasm.
llrjmi nt llrnillt,
llarnesvllle, On.. July . Hnn. Wil
liam Jennings Ilryan addressed the
(Jbntitatititm yesterday. The crowd
which greeted Mr. Ilryan was enor
mous nnd bis recaption onthuslnstlc.
In Introducing Mr. Ilryan, Han. Clark
Howell, miliar of the Atlanta Consti
tution and member of tho national
Democratic committee, referred to the
fact Hint (luorgtit'H delegation through
one of Km mumhent Imd presented Mr.
flryun'a name. Mr. Ilryan opposed
trusts and expansion.
ronrttt (lunat'slly (Itiitrrxt,
The one hundred and twenty-third
anniversary of tho birth of our glori
ous republic was celebrated In nearly
every city, town, village and hamlet of
the Union, l'lrnles, orntlonn, fireworks
and parades were tho features, whllo
numerous accidents marred tho pleas
ure of many. "Old Glory" waved
proudly In every capital city of Ku
rape. In many cities tho night wnn
made gorgeous by pyrotechnic dis
plays, In which every dovlco of fire
works was shown to thousands ot lc
lighted spectators. The national nlrs
were watted on tho zephyrs by hun
dreds of bands at music, whllo the can
nnna' roar nnd tho flatting guns' whirr
made tho atmosphere tremble.
At Dallas. Tho Fourth was cele
brated hero by picnics, fireworks and a
virtual suspension of biiRlnoM.
At Kort Worth. Our natal day was
quietly observed hero.
At flnlvoaton. Thousands of people
witnessed one of the grandest fire
works exhibits ever Reen In this city
At Houston. The day was grandly
ulieerved. Tho Hod Men's parade was
a lending feature. Tho great pyrotech
nic spectacular, tho "Ilattlo of Manila,"
was presented at night. There were
throngs of visitors In tho city, but hun
dreds could nut co mo owing to tho re
rent freshets and resultant railway
At Austin. The Fourth was ob
served by all the banks nnd state de
imrtments nnd most of the business
houses remaining closed. There were
numerous well-nttonded picnics.
Various other Texas cltlea olinerved
the day and business was suHpemled
Manila. July R. There was a groat
celebration of the Fourth of July here
with fireworks, Iwlls, speeches and
decorations everywhere, all nationali
ties partlcliiatlng. The foreign ships
and consulates celebrated. Including
the fltaulsh, raised their colors In
conjunction with the Stars and Stripes.
The flagship llsltlmore fired a national
salute nt noon. All nationalities on
Joyed what the Spanish pnpors termed
"the fiestas of North America." News
boys shouted Fourth of July edltloqs.
soldiers psraded tho town, throwing
fireworks from the batteries on tho
water front. In tho afternoon the l.u
noltt was crowtled with Americans.
Filipinos and Spaniards. There were
thousands of pedestrlutm and hun
dreds' of carriages nut In gain attire.
A hundred Filipinos played Amorl
j can tunes. Several hundred boys and
i girls, Filipino, Spaniards i.,nnd Chi
' noso from the public schools, droeecd
, In their host clothes, ench cnrrylng an
i American ling, sang "America" In a
rurlmiM mixture of dialects.
, Chnplaln Knuilsdou of the Washing
ton regiment rend the declaration ot
The (i Ulcers of the United Statcc
1 crulsor llnltlmnre gave a reception and
i dance, which was attended by tho for
eign consuls, the nlllcers of the foreign
wnrshliw and all the society ot the
army and navy circles.
The second trlnl of Mrs. Connertou
at Gainesville resulted like the first,
In u mistrial.
Tli (In-mu Omit,
Memphis. Tenn., July 5. A flro
broke out In the oatnhllshmout of tho
Memphis Inper company at the unrnor
,of OnyottO and Front etreota yesterday
' nfternnon, and before It was subdued,
had cauKcd thei loss of one life, tho fa
tal Injury of ex-FIro Chief Cloary nnd
serious Injuries to Assistant Fire Chief
I Jnmea Ityan. besides n property om
!of about $410,000. The (layoso hotel.
: one of the oldest landmarks of Mem
phis, was one of the buildings totally
destroyed, and while the guests were
all rescued In safety, some of thorn lost
valuable effects In the fire, which raged
' fiercely for over six hours.
(I mini ltfrittni.
l 'arts, July 6. On ytaUrdoy at the
United Mains emhonay. whleh was
beautifully decorated with Oowara.
tropical pianta nnd Uaga. nearly 'the
whole American colony attended. At
the annual banquet of the American
chamber of commerce at the (Irand ho
tel the ml Hint er of commerce,
M. Mlllernnd. In addreslng thaw pres
ent, complimented the Untied States
highly. ltx-l'reaMent Harrison also
.titilruM at .tllntiln,
Atlanta. (Is., July S. The Young
Men's Democratic league ot Atlanta
, had for Its guen: at the Kimball house
jlaat night the Hon. William J. Ilryan.
AlHHtt 100 people psrloik of iho ban
quet. Among the speakers of the
evening were Clark Howell, who re
. ennnded to the sentiment. "The Na
tional Democracy." and Congressman
I,. F. MvlnpstoN. who responded to
"The Fifth District."
I The speaking did not begin until 10
o'clock, and Mr. Ilryan's address wna
the last of the evening. He suoke
principally on patriotic sentiments ot
Klllil unit Kli4.,l.
St. Lmila, Ms. July 5. Mrs Clrny
Miller. Urn young wife ot William Mil
ler, a grocer doing business on North
Urosdway. waa shot to death by her
hnsnsHd's clerk, ttugene Donnelly
After the woman had fallen morlallr
wounded, Donnelly leaned over her
body, and. raising her head, kissed her
lips. This done, be retreated from the
fwne, with a cool warning ts the tren
ded hneband. who had wttntd the
farewell mrsee. not to follow on pen
alty ef hie life.
1riM at Huntington.
Fsrt Smith. Ark.. July 5. There was
trouble at Huntington Mondsy night,
and some righting, though no one was
killed. Three at the newly Imported
negroes working in ralne No. I went
Into town to da some trading. After
they bad gone, walking out ef town,
It occurred 40 the town marshal that
the ineM were carrying concealed
weapons and ought to be arrested.
Accordingly he summoned a poae of
negroes and went In pursuit and over
took the men outside the town limits,
where u fight look plate.
London. July 5. Joseph A. Ononis,
the United States ambaaiador. and Mrs.
Chaste, celebrated the Fourth with re
ceptions both nt the United States em
bassy and at their residence llaeh of
the buildings was tastefully decorated
with Oags and colors. The guests In
cluded Sir William Collins, the queen's
master of ceremonies; Samuel T.
Clemens and Mrs. Clemens. Senator
and Mrs. Mark A Hanna. Senator and
Mrs. Henry Cabot todg, and United
States Consul General and Mrs. Wil
Pretoria, July S. The Fourth nt July
was celebrated here on n larg scale
Hear Admiral Howlsnn and Capt.
Coaiter. with the other alUsers of the
United ilstss cruiser Chisago, partici
pated. F. W. Hell, tho Transvaal secretary
ef state, called upon C. F Mssriim. the
Ulted Status consul, and tendered the
congratulations of the executive ot the
South African republic.
Irrfm nt ltannri,
Ilonnos, Frnnoe, July 3. Dreyfus nt
rived here nt 0 n. m. Saturday via
l' Orient and Itedon. Tho prlsontr np-
penred to bo In good health. Ho wore
a bluo suit, a gray ovcrooat and n soft
hat. ills hair Is turning gray nnd his
beard Is of n reddish color. Ho hold
himself vory orcoL
Tho landing ot Droyfus at Qulhoron
was almost unnntlcod. At ft o'clock
Friday evening tho gunrdshlp Oatidon
put to son to meet Iho Sfsx, which had
been sighted. Tho unusual litistlo nt
traded many people to tho harbor, but
as they Raw nothing, thn crowd dis
persed. Tho only persons remaining
were those who knew where the pris
oner was to bo landed.
Droyfus, who had beon brought
nshoro In tho boat, was Immediately
placed tinder tho guard ot a captain ot
engineers and n servant and a corporal
of gendnrmoa, who formally (minted
tho prisoner over to M. Vlgnle. The
Inttor then entered n Inudatt with
Dreyfus nnd two detectives mil start
ed for (lie railway station, which was
reached without Incident.
Tho train stopped nt Ilabelius, threo
kilometers from Hon lies. There the
parly alighted and quickly entered n
carriage drawn by two splendid horses,
which Immediately started at n sharp
advance for Hennas.
Preceded by his guards, Dreyfun en
tered the prison, was formally con
signed to the care of the governor nnd
wna taken to n cell In the second story
Though rain fell heavily nil night,
the sun shone out brightly when Drey
fiiH entered the prison.
The governor of the prison sent
Mme. Dreyfus the news of the arrival
of her husband, and she immediately
went to the governor and naked per
mission to see Dreyfus.
Inve being granted, the faithful
wife rnlered the prison almost unob
served, and was conducted to cell No.
110, arcomtMinled by Mm. Hnvet.
Tho meeting Iwtween the long-part-
T.co fiparks was fatally tfiot froru
Amhush whllo riding along n road In
Hlllett county, Kentucky.
Tho Jewish residents ot Richmond,
Vn propose In tho event ot Dreyfus
being acquitted to hnvo a colcbrallon.
Tho annual meeting of tho Whole
solo arnrcrs' nssoclntlon of Arkansas
nnd tho Indian Territory convened at
Pino llturr. Ark.
John "W. Mnxwcll of Parjs, Tcnn.,
has sued tho Loulsvlllo and Nashville
Hallway company for $1901 tor tho
kirUnn ot his son.
The sleam lug Tlernlce, belonging to
a Mobile, Ma., firm, wns burned nt
Hound Island, Miss., nnd William
Feoro, n passenger, drowned.
Tho Order of Hod Lights will build
n hRiutftomo club house at VIckRbtirg,
Miss. Although Just started, this or
ganization has 200 members.
Isaac Colin of Fort Bmllh, Ark., who
died recently nt Halite Crock, Mich.,
was worth 1500.000. Ho conducted a
wholesale clothing house nnd owned
mnro hnslness houses nt Fort Smith
than nny othor one porson.
It. T. llroadwny, for twenty yoara
connected with tho United Bin tea
courts In Alabama, died at lllrmlng
lmm. Ho was n native ot tho Island
of St. Helena, made famous ns tho
plncn of oxllo of Napoleon Ilotm
iwrto. A strong oloctrlc headlight enabled
tho engineer of a wsll-niled pssionger
train on the Cincinnati Southorn
railway to soo a boulder on tho tniok
In the outskirts ot Chattnuoogn,
Tenn., and avert n possible loss of
M fitly MiHitilnrtnrlel,
Ilaltimore, Mil., July a. Tho follow
Ing are the lending Industrial an
nounementa nt Inst week ns reported
by the Manufacturers' Hocord:
A $18,000 telephone company, $100,
000 foundry nnd much I no ahnn. $100.-
eu nusoanii ami wire can be lienor im- 000 rhemlcnl nnd fertiliser works,
aglned than described. Naturally, ItjtlS.OOO Iron mining company, 20-ton
was moat touching. Hath Dreyfus nnd , 0il mill. 00.000 wntor power oloct
hls wife wero deeply affected. They trcni develupmont and 180,000 graph
remained long elnsped In onch othor's iie mining company In Alahnmn; 75
arms. tears nnd smiles Intermingling: barrel flour mill. $150,000 milling com
with tender ondoarments. pnny. $100,000 lumber compnny nnd
Mine. Dreyfus Issued from tho prison ( $110,000 electric compnny In Arknnsnfl;
In a state of collapse 8ho found lior ( $00,000 brick manufacturing company
husband much nged, with beard and, In Florida; $8000 Btoam laundry, $05.
Imlr whitened and body shrunken and 000 cotton factory and $S0.000 knlttlnR
Ntonpcd. 8ho said Dreyfus know until- mill In Georgia; 010,000 motor void
ing of tho ovrntB of the past two years, clo company. $15,000 lumber compnny,
Tho weeping wife acknowledged the
courtesy with which nho hnd bpon
treated. Tho gendnrmo who was order
ed to bo present nt tho Intorvlew enr
rled nut InstruetlotiH nnd kept nt a
Pittsburg, Pa., July 3. As n result
nf a street car collision last night on
tho road of the Monon Gap Transpor
tation company, two people nro doad,
flvo sorlonsly Injured and ton others
mnro or less hurt.
Tho dead nre: O. B. Opslon nnd W.
II. Klrkland, motnrmnn.
Tho accident happened on a stoop
grade near Hlghbrldgo.
Tho two core which collided were
heavily loaded with pnsongors.
About n month ago, nonr Athens,
Ala., a boy named Thomas killed his
father with a shotgun, hut, claiming f
It was nn accident, ho was not nrrosteJ.
On U10 30th, Incoming enraged nt his
oldest sister, ho cut her so severely bIio
died. IIIh mother went to her
daughter's assistance, and mot the
tamo fato. Ho then departod,
Pann, 111., July .1. Tho Inst ot tho
colored colony ot fully 2000 persons
brought by the operators during tho
mnt ten months to supplant union
men, departed Sunday night on tick
ets furnish- ' them by Gov. Tanner.
All 111 1 lies nre silent and the opera
tors claim-pits have been closed Indef
initely. However, It Is reported that
when repairs now under way at Spring
vide and Pana mines are completed
tlinso pits will be opened with uulon
llltw till (trains Out.
Vlnlta, I. T., July I.-News baa
ronhed here that Arch Shambauglf, a
prominent farmer and stockman, whs
resides some ten miles east ot Grove,
I. T., committed suicide. Ho had
made) deliberate arrangements to shoot
himself and wrote Instructions In re
gard to the final disposition ot his
property and burial, nnd when ho had
completed his last Instructions re
tired to his room and deliberately took
a pistol and blew his brains out,
New York, July S.-Flre. whloh Is
nip pencil to have started from sponta
neous combustion, destroyed Independ
cnt warehouse No. 1, at tho tost of
fortieth street, In which 12,000 bales
of eotlon were stored. Frederlok It.
Ms wall, vice president of the corpora
lion, places the lon near $100,000.
The contents of tho building belonged
to firms represented In the New York
cotton exchange. The company carried
(in own Insurance. Owners ot ths cot
toa took their own rUks-
thrco $0000 distilling companies In
Kentucky; $100,000 atnra company,
$35,000 cotton oil mill, $10,000 gnn ma
chine company in Lnulslann; $100,000
cotton mill In Maryland; $8000 elocirlc
light plant In Mississippi; $30,000
electric light nnd waterworks, $6,000
nil mill, Sn-ton Ice factory. 40-ton nil
mill, $180,000 cotton mill, $100,000 luui
hor company, $10,000 oil mills In North
Cnrollnn; 20-ton oil mill. 30-ton oil
mill, $1000 splndlo mill nddltion. $15,-
000 mining compnny. $H,000 tobneco
company In South Carolina; $35,000
romprees and warohouso company, BO
barrel (lour mill, 76-hnrrel flour mill In
Tennossoo; 7B-hnrrol flour mill, $30,000
oil mill, io-bnrrol flour mill, $10,000
grain company. $17,000 machlnory com
pnny, $15,000 cotton gin nnd compress
company. $100,000 fibre, mnchlne com
pnny, $10,000 cotton compnny In Tox
ns; $50,000 cotton manufacturing com
pany. $100,000 water supply company,
$50,000 rnllwny motor company, $35,000
hrowory Improvements In Virginia.
$100,000 gas company, $300,000 coal and
ooko compnny, $50,000 puddling mill,
$10,000 lino company, $250,000 llmo
and building Htono company, $000,000
lumber compnny. $60,000 lumber plant,
$500,000 cement worka In West Vir
ginia. t -
Clnrlnnntl, O.. July 3. Tho Golden
Jubilee Haengerfitd oltwcd Saturday
with results that make this one of tho
notable gatherings of tho bund. Tho
cloud at dlsapiwlntmont which dark
ened Its beginning was wholly scat
tered by the great concerts nnd by tin
help at phenomenal weather. The ut
most posslblo "good time" hnn been
enjoyed by tho tens ot thousands ot
visitors, and tho memories of tho test
at Cincinnati will bo full ot pleasure.
Hindus lh Kpnln.
Valenela.Spsln. July 3. Very seri
ous disturbances nro In progress here.
Undor tho orders of the oaptaln gener
al of Valencia. Gen. Mollo. the troops
occupied the streets nnd hold all the
At the beginning of the riots the
mob placed obstructions on tho street
railway tracks and stopped tho cars,
stoning the gendarmes when they tried
to remove tho barriers. Finally the
trooiw charged and tho first shots were
fired. Several persons wero wounded
and one killed.
IM July SO.
St. Louis, Mo., July 3. A oat I for a
meeting; of the national committee, ta
he held July 90 at tho Sherman house,
Chicago, was issued yesterday by for
mer Governor Stone ot Missouri and
eetlng Secretary Johnson ot Kansas,
repreeetnlng the committee.
The call was Issued In neeordanoe
with the decision of the recent confer
ence held In St. Louis, ot whleh Mr
Stone was chairman.
W Tint Ctiatlli.d.
A new slory of Henry Ward Beccher
was lold nt tho Plymouth churoh pray
er meeting by Dr. 15. K. Cressey ot
Propklyn Hills, L. I., u was a story
of Dr. Crossey's boyhood. Ono day his
mother left tho house, cautioning him
and his brothers thnt the" must bo
very quite and not romp while site was
gone There wns a hairbrush with
which Mrs. Cressey was wont to pun
ish violations of the domestic statues
when any such occurcd In her well or
dered household, and tho youngsters
,,,r..ml"ed .,0 b Bod nnd remnlncd as
stilt as. mice.
Presently Mr. needier arrived to
make a call on tho Crcsseys, nnd foun
no ono to receive him but demure look
Ing boys A flash of anticipation enmo
Into his ores, as ho Joyously told his
younr hosts to prepnro for the romp of
"Hut mamma told us wo musn't
romp," protested tho future doctor of
"I'll tnko all tho responsibility," re
sponded tho grent preacher.
When Mrs. Cressey nearod tho homo
on her return sho heard Indications ot
n smnll riot. Filled with Indlgnntlon
at this unhonrd of robclllon In hor
quiet llltlo republic, sho rushed Into
tho house with words of stern robuko
trembling on her tongue, At the door
sho paused, potrlllod.
Henry Ward Iloecher was flat on his
back 011 tho floor, with n parcel of
young Indiana apparently dancing n
ghost dnueo on his prostrate form and
omitting ahrlll yells. The appearance
of the nvongor instantly frose all tho
robots Into silent consternation, ox
copt Iho arch-lnsurgent. Climbing to
bis feet, the unabashed clergyman
"Mrs. Croesoy, I promised my friends
horo to take all the respinslblllty for
this outbrenk, nnd"- here he reached
for tho hairbrush, and presented It to
hor with n Chesterfloldlnn bow "I nm
ready to tnko whntevor Is duo thorn.
You may bogln nt once."
Hut for once there wns an Infraction
of tho laws In tho Cressey housohold
(lint went ttuspnnked.
A downtown resident owns a spaniel,
who unsworn with alacrity to tho namo
of "Haiti." it Is an odd namo, nnd
yet tho dog enmo by It honestly. Ills
master heard a strange whining nt
tho outer door and upon opening It
(Uncovered tho little fellow sitting on
the doorstep, the picture ot damp de
spair. It wan raining hard and the dog
wns soaked lo tho bono, which wasn't
far, ho being only n puppy nt tho time.
So tho Samaritan took him In and
dried him out, nnd alnco then ho hnn
beon 11 very Impnrtnnt household fact
or. Haln Is n good dog, but dreadfully
mlschlovotiH. When ono of theso fltu
of plnyfulnosR comes on him ho spends
hnlf of IiIh tlmo worrying nowspnpors,
nnd curtain ends, nnd sofa pillows.
Romollmos ho becomes almost unon
Tho other day lie was enjoying n
protracted luttp nnd his mnstor grew
"8co hero. Haln." ho Mid, "ymi
hnvo to stop this. Como. now, you
run down In tho collar nud catch mo
a nice big rat for my dinner."
So ho opened tho collar door and
Itnln, with 11 delighted yelp, rushed
down tho stairs.
Tho master had quite forgotten
about him whon ho board a warning
bark. Iln wont to tho door nnd open
ed II, but Haln wasn't there. In his
plnco, howover, lay n groat rnt on tho
vory topmoHt stop close against tho
Haln hnd carried out his orders.
As the master surveyed thnt fat ro
dent ho heard it skurrylng bolow and
Itnln enmo downing nrouud the foot ot
the stairs with what sounded very
much llko p. canine laugh,
lnra In Ilia l'bltlpnlnM
Is bound to provo profitable. Warring;
conditions, whether In the Philippine
or In tho human stomnch. nre disas
trous. If your stomach has reboltcd,
there Is ono nuthorlty thnt will subduo
it. It Is Hostettor'H Stomnch Hitters,
and cures constlpntlon, Indigestion and
dyspepsia. Bee that a private llevenuo
Stamp covers tho nock of the bottla.
Love levels nil things, and a dead
level moans monotony.
Should nlwnrs ho dried bvtoro Marching.
Apply "KstiltlpM Htnreh" freely to Imtb
UleM, nil up tight with bonoui fntlde and
lav n.ldi twenty niluul liefura Ironing.
All grwor tell "rniltlow Starch," 10a
A fit of abstraction does not mako a
man a thief.
Are Tuu Utlug Allan' ruol-nalaf
It Is tho only euro for Swollen,
Smarting, Hurnlng, Sweating Feet,
Corns and lSunlans. Ask tor Allen's
Fuot-ICase, a powder to be ihakcn Into
the shoes. At nil Druggists and Sboa
Stores, 25c. Sample sent FItUH. Ad
dress, Allen S. Olmsted, Lcltoy, N. Y.
The wicked flea and the morning fly
are equally vicious.
"He That Stays
Does the Business'
All (he world admire "shyhg power."
On this villty tucceu depends. The
Ihod i the b4t friend ihe hetrl hs.
Hood's SAnApAriflA b the best friend the
blood ever hndt ctcAmes It of everything,
gives perfect heUh And strength,
DUTCHERS FLY KILLER
rltU tbo boute or tfeuRli et
Fllra. ttiut !turdln pcaea wbtit
tou eat and ibo comfort of a sap
In tha morning Aak your Uruf
Klt or nr&wr
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