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iVv. H. MUJ.UNJrMhWK.
OAM-SHAI), N. M
PASTUnB AND FARM,
A fttrgt cotton will ! being built at
Tbt crop outlook lu Hilts county
tt reported excellent.
W I.. MrCarrar of Deniean rained n
Hrnlx seven pOU watermelon.
The citizens of Ilotilmiii nre (IgurlnB
on thr rrealen of ft cotton factory.
r'orn l 11 tm said at tho rate at
lion bushels pot ilny nt Georgetown.
A intirh-tiieded rain fell nt Mldlo
tlunn And vldnlty. materially lielplntt
the tot ton crop.
W l Hell en tried (o Wnxahnrhle n
few ln- ago the tint open boll of
ol ten thl WMII,
A peculiar worm tint eale grass, and
weed has made lu appearance In the
Whltemound neighborhood, (lrnysen
Oh l vrn'oti received her Oral Iwle of
oiton. IftSMMO crop, the otlitr tin).
It ,iHi from Jackson county, and will
In- sold at auction am the OitlvMtati
I X ( hnnge.
J It t'olgln of Kowland, Collin
fount y. mined nn iivornjs of thirty
limr nml one-twelfth bushels of whent
pi r g'-rc fn a crop of t wen'y-flve acres
TJ new lepartun- In licit ngalnst
Um Iim resulted In nuking Waxa
biutftot wheat center The receipts
u ii le a few day ago w- r- inc.ooo
The watermelon rrop of c.isiet n Den
tn county la Immense, r ! principal
n arket tor the growers of that wctlou
I- McKlnney. Into which n (instant
c ream of fanviw-iuveii'd wagons,
It mM with the product, an- to tin seen
ml the time. As many n fifty of
titst wagons hurt Immm counted at
on time oh the tubllr wiuero or the
A gentleman returned from lied
liver bottom far inn In I'.nla repotted
ilat he aaw cotton n lu with the
n we eight f i apart and the Urn.vhe
ot in plant k locked from end to entl
o' the row. There I more tlmn n Iwle
(mt acre now In night on thai farm
unit the owner nays he expects to anth
er IMO pound! of hhI cotton from
'tin cotton boll weevil ha appeared
in Wharton county. Mr. Holwrt I Iiim
lon, ht traveled over a considerable
extent of tke county, say they urn to
be found In Innumerable quaatltlsa.
lite stalk i apparently healthy, hut
the young fruit la punctured, and It
will take but a few day of dent
weather for Ike Insect to spread over
i wide extent.
Lotkhsrt'a firai bale of cotton for
the season waa marketed the nthnr
lay. It waa bought hy Mr. James 0.
Hunks, a local buyer, at 6 l-iv and ii
premium of $15. The cotton wan raised
on the arm of Mr. Joe Manor, neat
town, by a Merman tin mod Wolff, was
glattod by Mr. J. II. Vlch and weighed
Tk iral bale of cotlou una hoen
nvetred at Itorkdale. It welHhed 511
tuntada and waa rntm) by W. I. Oleiin
on Mr. Jamee HollwlHw'a farm, twven
rallea north f Itorkdale. Mr. tllettn
hiettjfht In the Hrtt bale laat ewuntn tin
the Mb of Annual, which innkea the
Diet bal' thU M4WOH, fourteen tlaya
earlier tlmn latt year.
Tit prcvulllHg hot weather In prov
ing to tery ItenvflclHl to the fariMttnt
near M Klnnney. Tuere wna aotne fear
t but tli- i nt ton would be Injured by
iIms boll worma. but tht hot aun Is die
pelHtiK Mich fear ThreahlriK I ini
wrennnic nt a rapid rate and the pros
pect for the htmrlest crap ever mark
eted In Collin county kiowa bright'.
list I worms and caterpillar are r
ported iirluK damane around Whltea
bora, tirsyaon county.
J. 11 tlSHt f near I'eorla My that
Ik ar m worm ka eaten up two acre
of milled, two uf mrghum and nine
of eetioii few klm. Reporta from Aqull
la atxt !' freed any the army worm
bae NpiM-nrftl there In loco lit It nnd Is
dalnK Mimi- damane. The setlona of
thr rm woim are peculiar. In some
lotstions it i Iran out tke nrnes. but
dot- not molest tke rot tun. while In
otl. r it iIimh Just the opimelte.
Kuriucm around Taylor report tke
ap)Mtsniv of boll weevil, and some
arni hi- already swept of tke cotton
irti others report cotton sheddlnit
thr imvm and bolki. Muck UnmuKe
has been done. A few daya ago Hi)
Mh ttosaects lor cotton were ever
hion in Wllltamaoa county.
Tb I risk potato crop of lmar
caunty brought the growers an aver
afv f ix M an acre. Iletween tlMM
and ftiKMHi was paid out la Parle tor
th rop, and farmers say that the
pti.ot thi lesson beat cotton rawing
IV u I ' ,!.
i iii iiiii'iiiiits maelc by the tarl
oil i.. i mi i .iiniiuil Tnrrll it a the gen
tr il txitif i tmt the i rup art better
that for years past That the yield
from the small araln has bwn all that
ould be asked for and that Ibr inn
..ud lb totion Is now in prime coa
OATH Of OFFICE
Administered to Mr. Cllhu (tort at
AN IMPRESSIVE CEREMONY.
Jutfie Cole of (he Supreme Court of the
District of Columbia Officiated
xchiagc of Courleilei.
Washington. Aiir. 2. Mr. Illlhti Ilotil
(ouk tho oath of ofTleo im mnirclary of
war nt 10:411 o'clock yestorday. The
ceremony oecuricil In tho prtwonco of
Roflrctnrien Obro and lllleheook, Aa
nlstnnt Kwrctnry Melklojohu nnd n
number of nrmy ofllrem In uniform,
nnd other employe Hnd omelnls. Tho
onth wnn ndmlnUtoied by JiiiIko Colo
of tho mipromc court ot tho District
fiecrotnry AlRrr nrrlvcd nt tho war
doiHutmnnt nt 10: 10 o'clock, iiaoom
imnled by Mr. Itoot. for whom he had
oullml In bin rnrrlnRO. Thoy wont 1m
mtMimtaly to tho Hoerntnry's prlvnlo of
flco, whore flrcrotnrlon (Iiiko nml lllteh
cock were hooii Jolnwl by Adjt. (len.
Corldn nnd MnJ. llonkltm, tho Inttnr
boltiR the military necrotttry of Koero
tnry Alnnr. A momotit Inter AnelitlHtit
Necretnry Melklejohn nnd JuiImh Cole
entered tho room nnd the Jntlce wns
formally proeeutod to tho new aerre
tnry. The commission bearltiK dulo of
yesterday waa In iMMseaalou of Adjt.
lly this time all of the army officers
on duty In the department Imd anther
oil In the main attire nnd Mr. Itoot nnd
secretary nud other metHhera of II to
party entered the room. It wna 10:41
whoti Mr. Itoot atood up nnd took the
tmlli or oillce. Judne Colo then ad
drsaaed him na "Mr. Hecrotary" and
Hhook Imuds most cordially and mA.
with ovldent feollnt;:
"With nil my henrt, I conamtulate
you nnd tho ndinlnlntriUlou. Von will
flut nround yon lioro men who will
help In the arduous duties of your po
Hltlun. Mny (Iml hlean yon unit give
HocretHry (Ingo then slopped forward
nnd congratulated Bocrrtnry Itool. lie
wun followotl hy Bocretnry Illtelicoclt,
Assistant Soerotury Molklojohn, tlen.
Corhln nnd Chlaf Clerk Kohonold.
(Ion. Alitor plrked up the commlwdnn
HlKtied hy tho president nnd nttestetl
hy the socrotnry of Htnte. npiHilutltiK
Mr. Hoot secretary of wnr.
"lloro Is you commission. " he anld.
with n snillo, IihuiIIiik It to Mr. Hoot,
"In which you lose your Itlttntlty and
hornme Mr. Secretary. I ho back to
become it miverelun cltliiou of tho 1'nlt
ml fllnten nnd liecnme Mr. Alnor."
"I Hlnroroly wish It wore tho other
way," wild Mr. Hoot, as he ueceptel
Then the nllleera wore proeentml.
Hecretury Hoot by Mr. Victor I Miitou.
tho confidential clerk to tho ooeretHry
of wnr. Ah soon ua thoy wero Intro
tin cod thoy shook hands with (len. AN
r,er. N'enrly nil stoppml to oxprtnm
their rogrutn upon lilt retirement nnd
wish him nuccoMt In tho future.
flirty Osr rtrpnrlrit,
Wftt.lilnRtou, Atiit. 2. HurRcon Oon
ernl Wynmn of tho marine honpltnl
ervlen expects to henr of the develop
ment ot yellow favcr enicn nt I'linehuii,
near the Ilnmpton home.
He received n dhipntrh yosterday af
ternoon from SurKeon White In whloh
tlint physician said there whs llttlo'
duubt Hint there was eomo Infection In
this village. Ho nlso referred to ono
Mtisplelnus iHiso now beliiR closely
wntchod, tho nnturo of which hnd not
been fully determined. All surRconn
of the service were ttrxod (o prevent n
spread ot the fever.
(Ion. Wymait mid Inst night Hint If
coees were discovered lu I'hoohus It
would not neeeimrlly tnnko tho situ
ation nny worse; that hamlet Is, so
fnr ns the fever Is ronrornod, he wild,
n part of the originally Infocted terri
tory, for It Is tho plueo where the In
niHten of the homo have roiiKroiwtod,
nnd ctiKos In I'hoebtis nro therefore to
At 6:10 Inst night Mtirgean Wiiwlln
tologntphed tho exlstonen of three new
casus in tho home, nnd one death.
Whether this rovora tho duy or tho
preceding twenty-four hours the sur
geon general Is tumble to determine.
This seems to uinko n total of forty
earns and eight deuths, n mortality rulu
of 10 per rent. 1-ast your tho into wuh
4 per cent.
The ofllrhils wiy they holieve the hlt
untlon Is Improving. They haso tho
hollef on the fuel Hint so fnr tho fever
Iihh been confined to tho orlglnul dis
trict, nnd hits not spread. A rigid
house lo house ennvnHS Is holtig matlo
In all tho territory In the nelghlKirhood
of the home.
The fever Is confidentially reiHirtml
to be of the most virulent typo. Mi
this city two men were recently at tho
home, nnd are held under surveillance.
It In not thought they have tho dtnense,
but the health officers, under (ten. Wy
mini's Instructions, will detain them
until the iterlod of Incubation bna
At lllkhorn, W. Vs.. live madlax eoal
ramimnlea In that city advanced the
mining rale IB cents. Three thousand
minora nre affected.
l4Wla Intteraeii and Mtahnat Mi-
Donald wore put lo death at Witg Hub.
ImlUiit mi ttMr.ul la.
HI. IJMile. Mo.. Aug. I. W. W, Mar
slut, n IhisIhmm man of this city, who
Is well acquainted with the Vannl river
valley In Mexico, has Just returned
from that region. He says the Indi
ana live on land nranted them by tbe
Mexican novernmenl at tbe clooe of
tho len )Hr' war lu 1HT. These lands
he ataten are constantly being ea
eroarhed upon by MxIchhs, and thl.
lu oannectlou with the excltemert
nroHeed by vigorous dnnrlnK which
was aotai on when he left there had
led lo the outbreak. Tbera are Ave
military ionts In tbe lower valley,
which aie warrlaotted by about 1640
tronpa when Mr. Marshal wna there
two weeks ago, Quite a number of
Americana live In two or tnaee towns,
but Mr. Marshal does not think they
will be harmed, na the Indiana aju
very friendly to Americana, fully SM0
Indiana nre on tbe warpath, nnd aa
they nro splendid tinnier and well
nrmed, Mr. Marshal says Ike present
Mexican force In tbelr country la m
watch for them.
ItelHfnrremeHla nre on the way.
liiiirnti'iiiitil hi tlit- Ktiiilli,
Italtlmore, Aug. I. With one rorpo
iHtlnn oitemttng In southwestern Vlr
ulnlu nnd onstern Teunoasue scouring
'the country for 2000 men to push rail
road construction to Iron Holds, with
men cnmiied out In tho Illrmlnghiim
district wultlng fur the completion ot
dwellings, with iron oru moving from
tho l.lnno fields In Texas to tho fur
uaroM nt Husk, with tho completion of
I ho orRnulr.atlou ot a R,000,000 Iron
nnd con I eomiwny lu Ahttmnui, south-
!em development during tho punt week
has shown more vigor Hutu ever. Tho
nmrtuHl nrlhity, however, Is not con
fined to tho Iron Industry. Cotton mill
building and cotton mill Improvement,
cotton ad crushing, fortlllxor manu
facturing, lumbering ami railroad con
struction have been quickened, while
tho organisation of banks lu widely
eiwrateil communities IndlentoH tho
strength of Industrial and commorolnl
advanre. The rnllroads with torinlnals
at (lulf ports, iwrtlrttalrly New Orleans
and (lalveatnn, nro prepared for u
heavy grain exmrt movement. Tho
business at I'onsncola Is steadily In
creasliig. Addlflonul service to Culm
hits been uyrunged for Mobile, while
thoro Is a Htroug probability Hint ti
new foreign stwimshlp line will be
started shortly from flahlno I'asa. (Con
struction upon it number of rimdH Is
being pushed, while plans fnr now
roads and lbs renewal of old undorluk
lugs are being made. The Mitnnfntitur
era' Itecord retwirt many new enter
prleea, and train these statementH ti
bare summary Is given, allowing tho
remarkable artivlty lu tbe Industrial
life of the whole south.
qammtowM. Aug. I. The OMHard
Hue ilMmcr CenUaliMla, Onnt. llarea.
from Haston Jnly tt for Uvarmwl.
whteh arrived hare yeaiorday, ntl:tl
n. m., waa deasety helomjad during the
night. Iletween I and I o'clock In the
morning, while wearing the Irian coast,
she eollMed with a sailing vessel, sup
posed to be a bark. Tbe vessels quick
ly separated and a boat was launched
from n steamer, but all search for the
nailing riaft una unavailing. The
C'ciihuloola M tiot damaged.
ItenUernl u IIivMIhii,
Wnshlngtnu, Aug. t. The navy do
imrtinnut has lenderml a ileclsltin con
struing the eight-hour law. The com
mandant of the Washington uuvy yard
recently asked authority to penult the
contractor who la building the new gun
shops lo employ his workman ten
hours per day. urging Hint the ma
chinery wns being stopped nnd the
Door waa being damaged by exixwure to
rain. The law permits tho employ
ment ot workmen on government
works foi more than eight hours per
day "only In rate of extraordinary
ernef nency." The Judge advocate holds
that the case as reported ran not be
regarded aa one ot extraordinary omer
Benry, and that tho proper remedy
would he to employ a force of men In
relays, by which manna the work could
be expedited much more effectively.
A saloon at OuliiMVllle was burglar
ised the other night.
Admiral Hewey Is iweparing ta laaro
Jim! Hit Iktiup.
Itaraat. I. T., Aug, I. A negro same
In Monday an the southbound fly or.
riding the "Wind" and Ike urakamnn
pat him ah hers. It was learmNl that
the negro was from Caddo and far
that reason the marshal wanted him
for violating the quarantine law anil
a lively chase ensued. Marshal HUn
son. with several of tbe boys, chased
him one mile In tbe dim Hon of Caddo,
but the negro gained on them each
stride In the direction uf tbe infected
town Khenie be came.
rilE FIRST BALL
Texas Cotton Sold In New York to
the Highest Didder.
THE SUM OF $2000 REALIZED.
rreceedi of the Sate lo Gs to tho Recent flood
Sufferers of SoJthern Texai-Gov.
New York, Aug. 1. The nrst Imlo
of tho ISflD crop of cotton wns yoator
dny sold nt miction on tho steps of tho
cotton oxctmnRo, Heaver nnd Williams
si reels, for $2000,
This Is tho Inrgost sum ever re
reived for n bitty In thin city nnd prob
ably In the world. The proceeds of
the Mile go to the sufferors hy tho re
cent Moods In Texas.
Tho purchaser was tho Now York
cotton exehnngo Itself, through Ha su
perintendent, Wlllliim V. King.
Instead of Inking the halo, tho cot
ton exchange will sentl It at once to
the Ihwton cotton exchange, where It
will ho sold over again for the same
purpiwe. Whether It will then go to
other otisU-rn cities depends upon tho
Promptly nt noon Mr. Lewis of tho
auctioneering firm of Woodsrow &
Lewis mounted I lie stew of tho ex
change, which wero crowd ml with
tneinliers. He brilliantly Hiinoiiuced
tho terms of sale, but staled that In
stead of Mug auctioned off by tho
pound, a lump sum wrtthl lie naked.
"Ami no bid leaa than )i will he ac
cepted," ho said.
President Thomas M. Itoblnson ot
tho exchange started the bidding.
"One thousand dollars, " he shouted,
"fifteen hundred." bid Hroker Oeorgo
lit (100 JuiniMi the price went up until
Superintendent King called out ftOOO
and tbe lmlo waa knocked down to
him. The other brokers who bid wore
(limrgo Hohlffor. Charles Crlss, frank
Wiggins nnd (leorge W. Ilnlley. Dur
ing the early bourn of the dny the bale
Ntootl on tho corner ottlstdo of tho ex
change entrance. It was wrapped lu
u largo American hag ami bom the fol
"Klrnt hale, crop 180D-10OO. from
governor ot Texas, to II. nnd II. lleer.
Now Orlonns, to bo sold for lieneflt
Tho Imlo was sent to tho cotton ex
change from Now Orleans nnd the
money nhtalnod from Its sale Is to he
hent lo (low Snyorn of Toxun.
Tho pilco of cotton at the present
time Is about 7 coiiIh n pound, so that
ordinarily the bale would bring about
ltd. It wolghn about 1100 pounds.
Mtiper'lntondont William V. King said
Hint the largest price it sluglo bale of
cotton over brought was last year dur
ing tite war, when ono una sold for the
United Stnlos hospital fund for a lump
sum ot flOG, which was about $1 a
Tlinanlit to lie l.iit,
Knnsus City, Mo.. Aug. 1. A party
of oxploiers, headed by two Kansas
City men, Wllllnm Wlltlumeou and
Mnrcus IS. Kirk, In which whs Alfred
Oreoiillsld ot Muplelon, Kan., which
loft this city In March. IS88. and have
not been heard from since June, ISM.
Is now believed to have boon extormin
nled hy n hnstllo irlbo of Indians In
the western part or Hrnr.ll, whither It
went In search nt groat rubber Mrco
In the Interest ot Kansas City capital
The Murls TrreM.
Washington. Aug. 1. Hour Admiral
William T. Hiunpson has filed a suit
In tho enpromc court of the dlstrUt
libeling the Rpnnlsh vessel ot war
Maria Teresa nnd miscellaneous stores
and supplies captured iiikiii her nnd on
other Spanish war vessels. In his bill
ho nays he brings tho suit In his own
bohnir, and also In behalf of all o Hi
rers and enlisted men or the I'tilted
Rlates nnvy. who served with the t'ult-r-d
Slates naval force and took part
In the naval engagement off Hantlago
do Culm on July 3. !S8. and In rap
tures subsequent thereto. Admiral
Hampton says that t'.e fleet of tho
Wiled HiuteV "wnl afWg nnrtar tfls
Immediate command as commander-in-chief:
that Cnmmodoro Wlufleld 8.
Schley was the commanding officer of
a division cf the fleet under his or
ders, nnd Capt. French It. Clmdwlck
was (loot captain or chief of staff. He
recites tho capture of the iwulsh ves
tals, and says that the captured prop
erty fins lisen or will ho Mi-rayed, up
pratsott and Inventoried.
Bt. Jbuh's, N. V.. Aug. I.-Th PagJT
rollef steamer Diana paasad oat f
tho stralta of Helle Isle an her wny
north butt Tuesday. Hbe slguaJed aff
iMltle Harbor. Ubrador: "all wall."
Judging from the reports sf shipping
from northern Labrador, tbe I Ha una
will meet heavy Ice In tke vicinity ot
the tlrcenlanil coast and this will
probably delay her retain ronslder-Rbly.
Washington, Aug. 1. iurBoon Oen
oral Sternberg has reeolvod tho fpl-
lowing from Lieut Col. DeWHt nt '
Fort Mmtroo regarding the outbreak
of yellow fever nt tho soldlors' home
nt Hampton, Va :
Fort Monroe, Va., July !. Burgeon
general I'nltwl Hlntes, army, Washing
ton: At 4 o'clock jt. m. Httndny fiur-
geon i'otttis, I'nltod Rtntefi mnrlno
hnspltnl service, quarnntlno odlccr,
officially stated that yellow fovcr wns
tit tho National soldiers' home; thirty-
four cases with six deaths. Tho officer
took Immediate tnonsttroa for quaran
tine. Burgeon I'ctttis slntcs Hint tho
surgeon general ot tho mnrlno hospltnl
service wns notified Hint Adjt (Jen.
Corhln nml Major Johnson, nsalstnnt
adjutant, wore nt Fort Monroo Bundny
and wero present when Burgeon 1'ettus
mnde his report to Lieut. Col. DeWItt
rognrillug the outbreak of yellow fevor
nt tho soldiers' homo. (len. Cnrbln
snyn Hint from nit nceotint thoro In
llttlo doubt that tho conditions nro so-
Hons, nnd thoro Is no telling how fnr
tho Infection tuny have reached. Thoro
Is n trolley rond nlong the beach for
n dlfttnnoo of more than six miles nnd
oxctirslnn imrtlon have boon going to
Old Point eud Htljncent plncen nml
have taken the trolley to Newport
News and to (ho soldiers' homo. Many
ot tbetn hnvo mingled with tho sol-
lion. Corhln snys Hint ono theory ot
the way In which tho fever might hnvo
been brought (o tho homo In that ono
ot the soldlors recently visited Mautln-
go. He returned some time slnco suf
fering with what the physicians
thought to be dengtts. It seems It wan
not until the Inmates ot the home be
gan to die Hint I he disease was discov
ered lo lie rellow fever.
din. Corhln says there Is not tho
least question about the character of
the dlsense, physicians who were pres
ent nt the postmortem mi some ot the
victims declaring that yellow fever
wan surely present.
Aciordlug to advices received at tho
war department there have been n to
tal of forty cases, six of whom havo
The soldiers' homo has no connec
tion with the wnr dapttrtmoul. It In
under the board ot iiiunngeni created
by congress, which manages nil tho
soldiers' homo throughout tho coun
try. The men nilmllled are soldiers ot the
ilvll war. Olllrors ot tho wnr depart
ment nro very much concerned on
the part of (he mllllnry port nt Fort
Monroo. which In within nix miles of
Adjt. (len. Corblu nnd Surgeon (ten.
Sternberg had n conference ottrly yos
tertlny and It wns determined to hold
everything In road In ess to tnko euro ot
the yellow rover should It appear
among the troops.
Rurgonn Pottus, through (Ion. Cor
hln, haa tequentod Surgeon (leuornl
Sternberg to send him such oxport Im
mune yellow (ever surgeons an ho can
Orders have leen Issued hy the wnr
department removing tho garrison nt
Fort Monroe to some point on the
not thorn const to he selected by (len.
Merrltt. A tow officers nnd twenty en
listed men will ho dotulnod nt Fort
Monroo its n gttunl.
Tf herein lie Ilsd rnllrd,
"Ah," she stld, nnd thoro was n bit
tornoss In her tones that sho mndo na
attempt to disguise, "you claim to bo
n typical Amorlcan, but I cannot blind
ntysolt to tho truth. Wo may an well
come to nn understanding lioro nnd
now. Von know I detost everything
that In foreign, that I nm Intensely
patriotic nnd Hint I have wished (o be
come tho wlfo of n man who ombotl
Ion within himself nt least tho salient
features of American manhood."
"Hut, nosomond," ho cried, "have I
not ruiniltcd nil the requirements Hint
tho best principles of Amorlonn man
hood InvolvoT Wns I not born In n log
cnhln, ot poor but honest parents"
"Yes," the answered, "you began in
the right way." .
"And did I nol work on n farm, 56 .
(o the common schools, nnd earn
enough money to tnke mo through col
logo?" "I grnnt that you hnvo done those
"To-dny I occupy n public position. I
havo been ndmlttcd to tho bar, I nm
becoming known as n Icador In poli
tics, nnd I nm now moving In the di
rection of tho Whlto House. It this is
not typlcnl Americanism, what In"
"All that you sny," she assented, "Is
true, but thoro In ono condition that
you have not fulfilled. You havo nover
won tho championship of nnythlnKt"
He Btngnorcd as If ho had been strunk
with aomo honvy Instrument, nnd,
knowing Hint ho hnd lost her. stumble
out Into the twinkling otlllnoes.
(IrMiili'il 11 lllmrrr.
Chicago. 111.. Aug. 1. Mrs. Mnhol It.
Utile, daughter of (Ion. (licen. II.
Itntim, formerly pension commissioner,
waa yesterday granted nn uneoliito di
vorce from hor litifllmnil, J. Heed Lit
tell, a prominent patout attorney of
New York city. Dosortlon wnn glvon
ns tho ground for divorce. Mr. and
Mrs. I.lttulll weio mMrrlod In 1S80 nnd
formerly lived lu Washington. I), a
Mr., Mujlirli'k't I'nir,
London, Aug. L In tho house ot
commons yesterday Mr. Mlchncl Da
vit t, nationalist, asked what notion
tho govoruuitU had taken In bohnlf
of Mrs. Mnyhrlrk, tho Amorlcan wo
man now undergoing sentence ot Im
prisonment fur life after having been
convicted ot poisoning her husband;
whether petitions had been received
from the public bodies and persons
In America, and It the secretary ot
stale for home affairs. Sir Matthew
White Itldley, would present tho pa
pers to the house with the govern
ment's replies. The home secretary an
nwered the question, saying represen
tation had been made In favor ot Mrs.
Mnybrtck by the American govern
ment through the United Blnton nm
Istssndor here, Mr. Joseph II. Chrmte,
and that numerous representations had
been mnde by numerous prlvnlo Indi
viduals. "Hut," he added, "It would
be contrary to practice to present pa
lters dealing with the exercise of the
narWoaravllle, Ky.. Aug. 1-Ily agree
ment f eon Heel Wiley linker was yos
tarday given hall la the sum ot ftoM.
deri. derrard of Manchester la security.
The date of his trial Is not decided. It
will probably be the December term.
Jim linker's cae-i will be called to
day as both nldes are ready. It will
doubtless he disposed ot at this term
His mother, Mrs. Tom linker, la among
those attending from Clay county.
I'nnil ot Illg Wtinla,
Thr Pittsburg Chronlrlo tells ot n wo
man who dearly loves to uso big words,
nnd sho does not nlwnyn uso thoni eSr
The other dny n neighbor complnlnoU
of IncoMnnt pnln In hor baek, where
upon the tticr at big words saldi
"I would commit Dr. Petteln fir
pains in tho bock. He'n the finest bae
teriologlst Hint I know ot"
it seem Inrredlblo that n woman onn
t had form who has not n good figure.
ST. BDWAHD'S OOLtDOti,
Wo end the attention of our rcadon
lo the ndvertlsemsnt of SU Itdward's
College, Austin. Texas, which nppoare
In anothor column of this paper. Thaie
of our renders who may htvvo occa
sion to look up n collego for tltolr sens
during the coming year would do well
to correspond with (he President who
will send thorn a catnloguo tree or
charge, ns well ns nil pnrttculnrn re
garding terms, courses or studios, ote.
The new President, Hcv. John Ilo
lnnd, tins been Vice-President nnd Di
rector ot Studios nt tho Sacred Heart
College, Watortown, Wisconsin, tor tho
last six yoar nnd Is looked upon ns
one ol tho lending educators or tho
country. Tho Hcv. Wllllnm Moloney,
who goes to St. Hdward's ns Vlce
Piosldont and Director ot Studies, has
been director or ono or tho most Im
portant departments nt tho famous
University of Notre D.imc, Indiana,
for several years past nnd Is thorough
ly convorinnt with nil tho details of
collogo work. Ilrothcr .Mnrcclllnujij
tho Prefect of Discipline, has been
chargo or one or the leading schools In
Chicago for seven years and Is reeog
nlzed as an authority on nil cdusa
Hons! matters. Tho rest of U10 Fac
ulty Is raatlo up of competont and en
crgetto teachers, and during tho com
ing year evory facility will be given
for n thorough education whether in
Preparatory, Commerolnl or Colleglalo
Course. Apply for Catnloguo to Itev.
John T. Holand, fit Edward's College,
You do not hnvo to bo very ohBcr
vnnt to know with your eyes shut whou
it Is n colored person thnt laughs.
Iter, (now HUhai) Jairph H. Iter, wrnlel
"Wo gavo your TmaitiNA (Teething
Powdors) to our llttlo grauduhlld wltls
tho hiipploht rcfiiillN. Tho affects worn
almimt mngieal and rorlainlv mom
satisfactory than from anything wo
over uwd. if not kept by druggist
mall 31 ccnU to C. J. MofTott, M. D.,
St. LouU. Mo,
Hnrclv hnn n rook been known to lo
troubled with Insomnia,
lull's Vutnrrh Clare
Is n cstutltuUsnul cure. Price, 7Sa
Hood guess os otlon become glorified
Into good judgment
restored nnd the ojoe cured by using
FiNiiMiY's Jtvit Sai.vic No pain, surd
oure or money back. Mo. bsx. All
druggists, or by mail. J. P. Uavtuii,
An Atchison man nnd Mr. II0010
nro getting entirely ton thick.
Alk Tour llenUr for Alleu'i root-Taie.
A jvowder to shake In your shoes. It
rents the feet. Cures torns, JlHnlens,
Swollen, Sore, Hot, Callous, Aahlnff,
Sweating Feet and Ingrowing Nulls.
At all druggists nnd shoe stares, IS et.
Sample nmlled I'll IS K. AddreH Allen
8. UlmstiHLLe Hoy. N. Y.
One of woman's pet economics i
saving string Hint she nevor uses.
Blieuld nlwsyt U drleil liefer ttnrsbin
AjtlJy "FnsltleM Stnrch" freely Is 111
slUM, roll up tight with tioHHti lWo nrtjj
Iny sUl twenty hiIhuImi before Ironing.
All grocers kII 'Paultlow Ml arch," 10q
Sorao fathers never see their dnuc.li-'
tars (atcniiag on pay tiny.
44 Actions of the Just
Wit fngrtntt of Uf U vifw And
itreHflh, nHthtr tf which atn b fevnd
ft 4 perto who$t blood is impure, tnd
wluse wj bath tpuks of Mcmxt
ttouhlts. Hood's Srmpit3U purifies
the Hood and nukes the oxsA strong, j