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WM. H. MULLANE, Publisher.
Mow look out for war poems.
Having got mir baek n Hngland
must buck down,
Thorn are probably ns rhhI fish In tho
tea us wore over Hod about.
Now York patriotism Is to lie meas
ured by the dollar flnil eent iiyalom.
Wall strtot linn dlaeomod that Ita
Inrlmraea was dlieed to overplny IU
Tho by will have that mido old
swing whither tht tuno Is "Yaukco
Doodle" or "Dixie."
Slxtr cohU en oath lit what tlio court
made Graver fteovea of Itwl Dank, K.
J., pay for swonrlng at n man.
A ftthormnn nt Au Battle, Mlali., Inst
week saw a ma aorpent with linlr on
it The alary una n full board.
Well streethns undoubtedly dlneov
nrotl that the oouiitry declines to
mmw overy tltuo It cIioohw (o tnko
Senator Cameron should banr In mind
Ilia fact that titer can b no emergency
wlileh will call far a revision of his r
Ai there are only four congressmen
(rem the state of Maine, the pine troo
ballhlck hail to imt up with only four
A 17-year-nld messenger boy In tfon
Pranc-lsco has J nut beau divorced (rum
lila 18-year-old wife. He believe In
Holag It while he's young.
W. 1'. Ogden of Harrlotta. Mleh., who
wna drowned Inst Aiiguit, bus turned
.up ailvt at Bnglo, Wli. Ho Insists Hint
drowning la an onay death.
linn, M. t). Hurler linn taken hlmtielt
out of tho list of presidential possibili
ties, tlm giving tho public tho Unit
Intimation that ho wiih In It.
I'hllailolphlu'ri trnetlon r.ompiiny linn
reeognlrod that tho spirit of tho it go In
fur arbitration nud that tho party rctus
Iiik It Is auro of HorloiiK trouble.
If the Toeal Indignation of nil tho
warrior writers could lie utlllgod In tho
shape of torpedoea wo could tmslly blow
the llrltlali nary out of tho ocean,
David Jones, the ' slseplss man." of
Itlwood, Intl., la at It (twain. He fra
unently goes three mfliitbi wltliout cloe
lug an eye, David would make a goe-d
While Kngland la notified that It will
not he permitted to rapture territory
down in Venesoela to which It haa uo
ilgltTttl claim the same remark applies
The rerent message of the president
was rend In all the public srhoola Of
Huffl. Bvery boy and girl In tho
land should hear und study the Im
portant state paper.
Joe Hlu Uiitirn haa secured a political
matinger. It seems that a politician
ought to he able to get Into retirement
without much assistance aalde from
what the vofrs give him.
A nioomlngton (III.) man haa been
flaed (150 for threatening to shoot yn
editor from whom he demanded a re
traction, We ore surprised that o
roolUh a man Uvea In Illinois.
Some preachers are ashing us to ar
bitrate the matter with Kngland. That
la Jmt what we asked John Hull to do.
He wouldn't do It. Now If he Insists
oh m-Hlng whipped Is Im'l t'ncla
gain s fault.
William Waldorf Astor. It is reported
la it morning papir, has Rivet up all
ld j of ever again making hla home In
An."ri-a. Mr. Aetor's dislike for his
nstiw. land I esceeded only by bis
kltnl !; to It.
ix nipat h from New York says that
h-n tli' Import of the president's me.
tain ij-tMiu generally known whisky
went down seven points. When last
Itesrd from It was directly der the
gcond vest buttoa.
That Is a pleasing paragraph going
tfee ruunds of tba press declaring that
I daughter of Osargs U Putlmaa drs
(Iv.ooo a year from the P. P. C. Co. for
tarnishing names for the cars. It wauUl
h utterly laeradlble except tar tbu
fget that the maaagement of great cor
pgratlona of this rharsrter oftea, .tad,
Indeed, usually, affords Illustration nt
ttare trying rases of i-xtrvsganrte and
OtvorKIsm thai the dcplsed city
saiitutaa cuuid hop. to cr.ii.
Borne g8 in biers In stwebs last moaey
tn r the war seare and other gamblers
a le mo'.ey. It was englaeered by
two iUiki, one tor revenge, sad one
ir the mano In It. The more of these
tlg.M hurt, the better U will pleait
The same kind of old grannies mow
reminding t'nt-le 8am that he Is short
f ahtn snd had "ItelU-r stop blotting
anill he gt taw armed ruter ' oi l
Ibe n- kttft nt rrk In lno ua
mj , . iii. Uut tu !: g.utuaa
ITS POLITICAL. AMD COMMER
Th llnllillna; at h Wrarmjtia Canal
Hill tllvn to Trans-Mlsslsslppl Clulf
Posts tin llusliirs of llspurtliig Ilia
l'rotlutts n( the West.
OtBbe!Vmocret, HI- ImiI. to.
Thb rceeptlon of tho Trepidant' mci
wiko dcmonstrntotl tbet tho Amorleim
people are a unit on the Menree doc
trine. Ilfltwemi natlona no dootrlno, no
prlnolple, no notion can be uphold ex
cept by torse. Twonty conturlos of
civilization hnro failed to establish tho
Roldcn rtilo as tho basic principle of
tho nets of nntloiim Thirty days ago
Ungllsh writers eliuractorUcd It as the
"nebulous Monroo Dootrlno." To-day
that principle has an ontlly. on In
dividuality In the unwritten lawa bo-
A writer In the Doccmbor number of
tho North American Hovlow says: "Wo
nil knowthat the development and ex
pansion of nationalities follow tho
linen of least tcslstenco and aro gov-
unttl by Indoxlblo natural lar;is. Hqtml
ly well known arc tho principles which
Kovern tho redistribution ot trade cen
ters rosultlni; from tho opening up ot
now clitiniiuolH of toininorcu." Tho eomo
writer says when tho N'lonroBun Cniml
la opened Kuropo will bo brought to the
vury doors ot America.
Tho Monroe Doctrine nsstiros tho
Nicaragua Canal. The NIcnrnRiin Canal
will build up Triins-MlsHlssliinl Gulf
jwrts, Tho total value of tho oxptnta
of the United States of tho United
Ktates is S70I.8SX.0B5. The irnns-Mls-
stsslppl furnishes ot that amount fill,'
813,727. This business will be done br
Clreat Ilrltaln Is still suffering from
the deflection ot ootnmerce from the
Cniie Itoute to the Suez Canal. Com
msree follows tho lino of least exponas.
Thoso lneontrovortlblo nrgumonts no
doubt doelded tho nrent ImnklnK house
ot Aloxnndor Hrown & Sons to under
tako tho work of dovolnplng tho natural
harbor of Aransas Pass, Texas. Al
ready they huvo so nearly completed
tho work tlmt n festival ot roJololtiR on
tlm occasion ot tho Homciicckora' Kx
curslon, Kobrunry 11th Is beliiR pro
pared. Tho railroad faro for tho round
trip from any point In tho west Is only
$2,00 mure than tho fare one way.
fitoamshlp rido through the harbor out
Into tho Gulf, r Orion Turtle nnd Cnn
vans Hack Duck llarbecuo wlli be given
to'tho excursionists, ltverybody Is In
vited to be present nnd look over the
new town ot Arnusas I'asa (whose
motto, Is "Here Hvoryhody Shall Make
Money") nnd the rich nnd aheap lauds
surrounding that port.
HI. IrfiuU U tlm riittif,
St. I.m is, Mo.. Jan. ii". -After
Malmi of two day In this rlty.
th IVopU's' Party nn'ltmal cdin
inltt' adjiurmd SatiiMlu.v iifi.'rnoiin
without linvlnir m'Iim-iciI a i In. to hld
tin- next nut li. mil wnvriiUmi, which
will moot tin July next. ui:l.'. tlu
dale Is fhunc'il liy the MXe"itiM) com
lUir -A nii-Hlmr of th exocntlto
i'ominltU' wa ittlb'd Hatiinlay ulfht
to ctinstdtti in - m 1 1 ! 1 1 it piv'r.wd
by tho llusln'' Mi'ti Vug-tut of M
liuis. Aftor dlwiiKwliii.' tlii-in for miuio
dme tho ixiinuiUU'f ibi'ldi-d to hold tho
national convention In St. l.oul, July
Hie basis ot rciiiidetitatlon wa II x
Ht one deloguto for every tflt(K) vntos or
majority fraetlon theivuf cast for any
IttpulUt licHet in 1M1 or 1HPA
Hon. 1. I. Nugent having imiIIwI 17U.
000 lit 10 1 tor governor. Toxas 1 en
tttltw to eurhty-nino votes in tne na
?SKW V1IHK, Man. If". A Ux-Hl 1 le
tter' eotmsiMiudont in Monte iden
i 'rim nay, 'elgraplm that twlvlc have
lwen roeelvtHtAt thut jMiInt tolln elTi ct
that civil war t imminent in tin- tat
of Itlo (irandn, llraxll, which ha onlv
reoently I !! rollevetl ot th" dUtm l
Ing l Uiinent of rebelllun. J be fuu
ot thu present troiiUJo a reKirte I In
lite cruel itviitinmi nuneii ny tnoo
who engagiHl in the In-urrwctlon. dim
to tho evct-e iiK'u-.iH-n adopted Ity
lien, t'astlllo, the governor of tho
tato. It is fluted that many dlssatU
IIihI perMin In tin- llru.illlan stato are
already umkr artu.
I'HKllUt x..i u In Jll.
ST. Jrfiris. Mo.. Jan. -Hutch
Ni si of thin t'ity, a well known pugl
lint of omit! than local reputation, was
niri'.tcd hint nih'ht for wrtli'liatlng in
a pi'le llk'ht with JaeK llartlex.
llilildle Weight protege of I'etel-Min, tho
Jemldo Swede, whow i-enlilenee
iinkiiiiwn. Hie nt-ht oi'iirriil tenter-
day arternoon at 4y Konth Third
stroet. and lasted only tour rounds.
Hartley U Injr knocked out. Hartley
l still at large. lid ward A hern, on
of the MH'ouds, sk alw arrcntel nnd
JIIm ll)llrr' Muktltl.
OUAUA, Nub., Jan .'). A eoniBci
Jury haa rendered a vtrdlet In the cao
of Miss Hoy ter, the IWmne. la. , girl
whoso father killed liankvr Mci'srlano
In that town recent U. IIh) girl li ft
M-verat letter In one .ho tMUl that
he bad determined to kill heratdl In
euoM- her ivlwtlve uuniil hi-r ti nwear
that llel'ailiMie ht Intended to kill
her father, and th i- ave htm unlnif to
tl.e ValloW Mil' I'.telt thut h
1 I I I . . .1
...u .in ruriuiie ii ii' i vicihiu not tw
' 'i. h hl 111' linn . to ,u. lo
Wht They 1TIII Do.
WAntXrtTOK, Jnn. 20. tho prccnt
Imtlcntlons nro that tho tlmo of tho
renato will Iki (UvIiJimI this week lx"
twoen n dlrcui.lon of tho Mnnre doctrine
and llnnnco. tlra former txdnitliafod no
the Davis roKOltitlon. covoral Mtin
tors, InclmllUL' 'lull or. Daniel, Cookroll
nnd White, will stonk on tlio silver
bill during the wook, nnd the probabil
ities nro that tho coiiMdurntlon of tho
bill will not Ik) concluded when the end
of tho week Is rooolied. No vote
will 1 Mxured until the Utah K-n-ntors
tnko tholr mats, Imt It IH
coinn noon nfltir that tlmo. 'J he
silver etilwtltute Is the nnflnlHhed l.u.
Inoss, whleh fnet hIvos it precedence
ver all iHiKiuoes nitur 'I o'clocK, tints
rendering It lttikiwdtile to' tuke up the
MiinriM- cioetrlno (IJnoutwlon during tho
mtirnlng hour tmlofnt liy general em-
Mmt. sdnntor rngh has t-lven notico
Hint he will during the day try to
en in u vuto on his rooolutlon for the
payment of trovorimiont obliuntions In
ctttii, instottti of nld nlono, lint his me-
cecii In that dlreotton la doubtful. 'Jlie
tariff bill will be ccTiioidai ed during the
week If benatoi Jones ot Kovndu liivoi
A llriivn Winiinn,
I'tiitT Wav.vii, hid.. Jan. 20. Yes-
tenluy ituirnliitf uliout 2 o'clock flvo
ort Wityno siHirta, while out for u
time, calioLnt Mntlier llnrnum's rond
limine aiidlral ii dlsltirbiineo. Mrs
lliirn.'in ortloretl Ilium nwny nnd slam
ined the door In Frank Chnnvey's face.
111m nnfo was nlmtiHt torn olf. 'llic
Ikivh then forced the door In nnd Mrs,
llarinini wised u shottfun und find
down tho hull way toward tlio Iwy.
l'here were llvo HitHttitto trittln ot libiod
(nun thebmiMi on thu rnowuud it's suih
ptwil every inemlmr of the gang was
wounded, t'havnoy has an- ugly wound
In hiii side which may prnvtf serioux.
One o( the gang iininod llalley, got fif
toen eliot In lil right log. Tho phyl
tdans In olmrgo ot the other youm?
men refuse to reveal tlielr Identity,
Mrs. Ilnmttin has not 1,-oett arrested.
The llrltUh Hiimilryn.
I.O.VIION, Jim. SO. Tlio Hying houmI-
ron has now lieon oomplstefl und li
Hying oi SiiHlioiid. If tho weather is
fiivorable Ntoinn will lo uotton tin to
day to enable thu udinlnililo to tmt the
Miuadron In motion. On TimMtuy. m-
coiil hit' to the iirosont programme, the
lord ot tho admiralty will arrive at
Otdwrnu In thu admiralty yacht Hn
cliuntrusc The lleet will thou move
down to (.'owes lloud to lw Inspected
by tho (iiioon and by tho lords of the
admiralty. 'Jlio queen will i ot po
alloat for this corouiony, nut ". wit
now tho maneuvers from tinlwirnc
Iioiiki. The Miuadron will Mill on Wod
nerduy iirnlialily for it lung cruise, at
no torpedo IkiuIm have Iwou ciiiiiiiiIh
slotiiHl to ntroiniwiiy It. near Amui
ml Dfttke. In oomimiud, will only got
his fluul onion for' tho ctiiImj nt tho
Stan Hint Wife fatally Nlulitieil,
(.Uf'.uio, III., Jnn. SfO August
loliuiisen, u salminkceiwr on Cottage
drove avenue, was killed shortly after
10 o'clock Inst night and at tho same
time hla wlfo received fatal wounds,
lloth fntnlltiua are attributed to a raid
and an attack by burglars. Jut nt
w hut time the attack was made no one
Wetn lo kllOW at tills llOlir. l'rb mil
who ealli-d at tho liouso found Johan -
.in lying on tho ttoor with hU
marlty. A sharp knife bad Urn used,
on la.th and their bodlas uvo- nted a
, "yf "T"" ,7 ...
a a Mmd In a doaen plas.H5i and lit- wife s
clothing had almost lieen torn li oin her
In tho duaperuWs atrugglo which
bad taken plai-o. The Ki!ice aru In-
voMlgntlng tho eiUM-.
A 't'niiiiti.'a Now Trlrli,
Koitoiiti. ind.. Jnn f.-A tramp
giving bin name aa (leorgu Heiubeggoi I win mawe uiose ourginrs eomniri
struek ttiwn tho other dny nnd workwl tlifijr would have n' ule her had
a new trick. His plan Is on approach
ing it city to hide nearly nil his cloth
ing, walking without klioea. hat, coat
or vhj . Maying that the, authorities ol
n !ielghlnnlng pluoo aoiit him out ol
tbeli !ty In that condition. In this
way ho - eta a liberal donation. From
1. I ... ... 'I'l. ...... ...1.1 l.l
"I, .".ELsEZLltlw town was left In utter darkness
r.v. which was made the theme of tho eer-
tnons of tlio 'Upton pastors next
dny. nnd it was rweommcndtsd that mis-'
loniirlcn lie Kent here to elvilhe the,
lieople. Tho sehemu has tseen worked' A lantern waa procuretl and one ef
eueceaafnlly In nearly all tho cities In the man want down under the building
this part of tho iuu. to make an examination. At first be
; thought that the body of a man had
TM.ntjr-1'lftli Anniversary. twlB,t In (he wheel. I' pan Invea
IIbkus. Jan. try. -Throughout the ligation It wna found that a solid mass
Herman empire Saturday the tw.ntj, of ve wto hBd u)ten ponnfion of the
Itfth annlvorsary of tho crowning al whel mi ueeorae so Imbedded In It as
Versailles of King llllam of Prussia,
grandfather of the present emperor, ca
ein M!f of Germany and tho conse
quent rv-eataldUhment of the lierrnfin
empire, waa eelebraUid In wun" form
or another. IV. amlwraarjr was cl-
ebratod by slevrava puWUIwd at llio la
stame of the awretarles of eulturo and
wurH4i in 4 riipn, w.niti , n urn-iir
burg. Hasten, Heaso and the other tier
toar. Mate, and all the achoola In tno
empire miltaldy olkfsrvod the day iy
MlstHaiulliig imtrloUe mldiv.x i. il. liver-!
d by tho isrinolpala and teas-tier and
by m'ttations and singing.
Competition under the government
Httaptoos for erecting the naval rvlin
of Jlexko, will upon at Vera t rus and
aintatlan In June.
The t'sar furoimiliiii.
IT. PgrBMSMl'Hsi, Jan. An lm-
iiariat daertw lias been Issued aiiiion nc
tut tb cumaatioti i'f the czar, wh b h
will take ubMW at Mown In Min n.-xt,
ami ordering that niniilelial utm .,tii. i
rreentMttve Uallea ot th" It i-mn
emdro 1n Invlled fti attend
A sjkm-IhI from t'araoas, VenesueU.
ays: A eabtti from Paris deehs-i tlmt
jur& HHllsliury'a lawlt'on h. Yeiie
Utielan Ui-aton in lllli lis ... -nitt.
1'iiMuVii! w Ian. I . ir . .v
win' fi -t.l. u!i
IN OUR ODD CORNER.
BOMB QUEnn THINOS POUND
IN THE NEWS.
li ep. the Mavhlnerr of the ItUetrln
Ml lik I'Unl at lllvarhesit, lent Itlanit
Uog Nlnp m Divorce Kult Stole Iter
II, I AM RO GLAD
I'm n Juko,
am to glad I'm
It's swell nt Dion
, we havon't a
To tot off our
For now. whoa 1
travel to Wnpplngor's Falls,
And est dinned off tho grass,
They'll ombolllih, you bet, tho Pollue
With tales of my Jnkoly brass,
For a Juke onn drlvo In it coneh, mam
And enjoy things ntco end low,
And bo fired bytho neok from n green
ny tho bounce of n burlrsauo show.
I can do up a town In KoniileKy brown,
And go on tho jeuce of n lark,
And come up on top In n brush with a
For coasting n btko tn tho park.
Oh, I'm so glad I'm n Juko, mamma
It's vulgar to go In a walk
And It's quite tho awing far a Jukoly
To tnnko all the nobodies talk.
And nt last, when I'm through with It
And had evory species of fun.
I ean give the ha-ha to Miss Qtiudor
And wallow all over In mon
Htnlo Her (Iravn tilnthri.
Hard times nro driving tho burglars
of Hillsdale county, Mleh.. to tho verge
of the tomb when they resort (o such
moans to provide tor themselves nud
families tholr winter supply at clothing
ns did thoio midnight prowlers recently
In Cnmdcn. A lady eighty yoars of ngo
hnn for somo tlmo rented her farm,
leaving her house furnished and unoc
copied, living among her children nt
tholr homos near by. Among her pos
scfsbns was a small trunk, brought
over In tho long ngo from hor homo In
England. The old lady visited her
homo, as sho had been In tho habit ot
doing, to sdo that everything about tho
premises woro In proper ordor. tho
other morning, finding tliluga all safe
nnd snug ns usual. For somo mine
countnblo reason she wound up tho old
clock In tho kitchen. Now this old
time-piece had stood silent on the man
tf 1 over since the dwelling had boon
left to the rats and mire. What was
her constarnntlon, the noxt morning, to
find a roar window ot her domlcllo
smashed In, and the carpeta partly
rlpned tin, but nothing also disturbs".
except the old trunk. Tlmt surely waa
gone. The poor little woman sat down
on the foot ot liar high post bed where
,h nmw .,i.tt. -"., their rhadnwa
: , ,- , . ., Hho
hod for yMrl her uflt prepared in the
..., , i- ,t.mi... ti.(nwi- it th.
, wUl., a. ,M, . fll,.n ,h. ,,Pi.
t tuml text that bids us to put our house
t , orA, mirgl(l,y ghe hM
a family living In her residence, and
wisely concludes to "let nature take Its
course." taking uo though ot the mor
row henceforth ns to a respectable bur
la, only hoping that the grewaome
rdrabe that the old trunk contained
they tifllllled their original mlselon.
IirU Stiip tho Stiichltierr,
A maw of llvo eels stopped tho big
water wheel whleh runs the Hnllott
electric light plant at lllvrrhead. Iong
Island, a recant night, and aa a result
while all hands gathered to assist In
taking tho wriggling eels tram tho ma
chinery. , camil,-tely cloc the machinery. They
filled the buckets with their wriggling
bodies Into a solid seulrmlng mass.
They lay in layers around the axle and
Ik. wStattt lutartAF nf tha wht.ltniiiui
wu t? wh xm A, , WBW
,faut dow wlw, w , ac.
Jbto and ,hc , mad, rna
i the eels. There were eels there of sll
i sizes snd varieties big eels, little eela,
fat eels aud lKMir ees, young eels snd
old eels and aurb a sight as never
before seen. Same of the slippery fish
were Immense In sla. quite a number
weighing between Ave and ten pounds.
At leaat 800 younda ot eels were caught,
not to speak of the hundreds that es
! 8tpl Illicit) Salt.
A touching Incldant ocettrred recently
In the llerlln dlvsraa eourt. A lady,
well known In toctaty, had caught her
husband, who was sportively Inclined,
paviug much attaatlon to one ot the
stars of the ballot In the Royal opera.
The cottfttence was a divorce suit.
Iwth partita apaaarad early on the day
the trial was to renie off with their
lawyers. The wife nrthril, dressed In
tuoiiralng. tried to up pi ar Indifferent,
hut tears trli kllng i!ovku om e Inn ihlle.
hiili set- huIi hIv ipi a off wltn a lace
.aod'teriliiff, pro.J th.it the d.rcad.
ant: on tno other side ot tho room was
not qulto forgotten. Ho spoke with
Hit lawyer, who bad taken nit stops he
considered potslble to bring about their
reconciliation; now and then ho threw
Imploring glnnccs upon the little wo
man, which she did not seem to notice
nt all. With him was n tittle Bkye ter
rier. "Potlt," who onto was the declared
fnvorito of his wife's, but now did not
reeelvo any encouragement from his
former gracious mistress. Tho small
dog looked from ono to the other, nnd
evidently' could not understand why
thoso two people wcro so estranged. l)y
nooldont the lady dropped her handker
chief, quick as lightning tho little
torrler Jumpod nt it. pleked It up, ami
brought It to his mistress, rising upon
his hind logs, which trick ho had kecs
taught by her, and glanced tip to hit
mistress. Sobbing loudly sho raised
up tho'dog and kissed him, and ns hct
husband, making good use of the oppor
tunity, went up toward her, she mel
him half way, and throwing her armt
around his neck sobbed loudly on hit
hrenst and promised him forglvenesn
The divorce, of course, was out ot tbl
question, and ho, she and both lawyeri
adjourned to a near restaurant to cole-hrato-tho
reunion brought about by tht
little Bkyo terrier. Kx.
Rtnne rnrrt nt Arlinna,
Tho regions ot tho Little Uolorndl
river In Arizona abound In wondcrfu"
vcgetnblo petrifactions, whole foresti
being found in some plocos which art
hard as flint, but which look as If bu;
recently stripped of their follnjo
Homo of these stono troos aro stnndlnl
Just he untnral as life, whllo others nri
piled across oach other Just like tbl
fallon monnrchs of a real wood forest
(looloRlsts say that thoso stone trcct
woro once coverod to tho dopth of 1,000
fsot with marl, which transformed them
from wood to solid rook. This marl,
attar the lapse of agca, washed out,
leaving some of tho trees standing In an
unrlaht nnsltlon. The majority of
thorn, howaver. are piled hollerskolte.
In all directions, thousands of cents
boltig sumetlmea piled up on an acre
A Hurt on lliirsrlmrh.
Two farmers living near Wotappo,
l'ln., fought a duel on horsobnek with
Winchesters a few days ago, and ono
man was killed and tho other seriously
wounded by two bullets. Tho men
hnd quarreled and each hail sworn that
ho would kill tho other on sight. They
hnnnoncd to meet ono tiny Inst wcok
on tho highway, both bolng mounted
and both hnvliiK tholr rifles. Thoy
oponed flro on ench other, and three
shots were fired by each. Ono mnn,
Ocorgo Phillips, rocolvod nil thrco of his
opponent's bullets, tho third penctntt'
Ing his brain and killing him Instantly.
Tho other man, J. S. Mol.nln, was lilt
by two bullets, nnd -fell unconselotiH
from his horse nc his ndvorsnry dropped
off dead. The dead man was married
only n month ago.
Mnrrd Inilnnra for I'oiirlirn Veari.
Talk about a woman's will. In
Ijinslng. Mich., realdea a lady who has
enjoyed good health and yet has not
been outside the doorynrd for fourteen
years. On our occasion, when she re
turned home too late to get supper for
her huaband, ha grumbled and said
that he hoped the next time that she
went out aha would break bar leg.
This led the woman to declare she
would never again go outside that yard.
Utor, when the hushsnd died, of re
morse, probably, she followed the cas
ket to the gate and refused to go fur
ther, and from that time haa navsr left
A Horse's I.ihib fast,
John Mnrtlno, of iteltnnea, Hal., lost n
horse aud carriage about throe weeks
Ago and supposed the same to linvo been
stolen. He advertised and miidu dili
gent Inquiry, all to no purpose. White
In tho woods uear hla home he discov
ered the horse standing with the car
riage Jammed batwaen two trues.
The horse was n mere skeleton from Its
seventaan days' fnst, and had eaten off
. , i ,
a largo guni tree, wiueii win wit umr
thing edible within reaeh. The animal
waa taken bonis and eartd for and will
likely recover, despite Its terrible ex
The matter of pro tact Ing the lakaa ot
Iowa wtlt be one ot interest to come be
fore the next seaalon ot the laglalatura.
The lakes have been drained In a
great many cataa by speculators, who
cut up the land occupied by them and
sold It to speculators. Aa almost all
the hikes In tba state ean be drained
tbere Is a natural deelre to atop the
practice before It goea farther, espe
cially as there are net too many bodies
at fresh water to be found In the stale.
Ilhhl't Iletlee In Hanks.
Hiram Oatramlsr. a Pougbkcepsle, W.
Y., dealer In old books, distrusts banks
and carries bla money to and from bis
house la a basket. The other night,
Just as he set the haikat down to lock
hla atera door, a thief grubbed It, and
with the asatstniiae at n confederate
t scaped through an alloywny near by.
Tin baakat contained .900 In eash ami
two revs I vers. The thieves wer uot
A OoHtlnuous I'erforiuanre.
An nmtulii scrap took place near
Hartford, Nab. A farmer Jumped Into
the wagen ef a neighbor to give him n
trouneliig three days past due, and both
went at It In true puglllsth style. This
werrW 1 the horses and they ran away,
but the tight went on with unabated
eal until both contestants wero Jolted
out and bruised Into "sensibility,"
Neither was seriously injured.
High, Iiw Jack,
Vint les meant very cokl weithcr, ttri
temti s high old thus in tltsllng rlnxi, sod
testing pondi, on slides snd rides, snd we go
boms tired snd overheated. It's the mno
old Mery ot cooltnir eft : ort with wrsn and on -with
all torts et schei and ptlni, riifruinstle,
nrurslela. sciatic, lumtmglc, Inelaillnp frost
bite!, iKckncbe, txtn tnotbsche They who
dtnre must par tlio pler. Wo cut up Jack
ami stti brought low bvoiir own fotlr, What
of It, the ilanre will tfd on. all the same. It is
generally known that St. Jacobs Oil will cure
al! such arlit-s and palm separately or collec
tively, and the cry Is on with tho dance.
Tlmo hangs lionvy on tho hands of
thoso Who nro idle.
THU WOitt.!'H UAItMKSr POTATO."
Thnt's Balier's Knrllcst, fit for use la
2R rtnvn. Knlzer's new lata tomnto.
Champion ot tho World, Is pronounce!
the heaviest ylolder la tho world, and
we challengo you to produce Its equal f
10 acres to SaUer'a .Knrllest Potatoes
yield 4000 bushels, sold In June at' $1.09
bushel 11000. That pays. A word
to tho wise, etc -
Now If ran Wilt eat this nut and mild
It with 100 postago you will gat, tra,
10 packages grains and grasses, In
cluding Tcoslnto, Lnthyrun, Band
Yetoh, Clnnt Spurry, dlnnt Clover.otc,
end our mammoth seed catalogue, w.n.
Thoro nro 100 candldatos for tho first
Harvard nlno ot 181)0.
In )litn Time
Pcoplo overlooked tho Importance of
permanently boncflcial effects and wcro
satisfied with transient action i but now
tlmt It Is generally known that Syrup or
Pies will permanently cure habitual con
stipation, woll-lnformcd pcoplo will not buy
ether laxatives, which not for a tlmo, but
finally Injure the system.
Olrls, your lovor may overlook your
faults, tho Kiino mnn ns husband won't.
Parker's Uln(r Tonic-.
rtf the mnnv ironJ thin no to be found tit
American homes, wo do not bellevo that
any are held In higher osteem, or nnvo
done better service tbnn Parker's Oln
Her Tonic. It has grown to l a house
hold necessity and Is serviceable in al
most every case wiiero mere is wena
ness nnd Infirmity. There are forms of
female debility tlmt make life a bur
den. The some Is true of persistent
coughs nnd colds, and distressing atom.
noli ana nervous i;is, unev iuu imudu
hlch revel In many homes until ban-
Ishfd by Parker's dinger Tonic and wo
aro proud ot tho record that has mado
so tunny hearts grateful.
A gentlo votuo und plouwint address
will work wondors.
''finson's Magto Corn Halve."
Wariintw! to rma or meiur rstiiwM, Atk jout
Most oj)lo wnsto tholr lives limiting
other pcoplo rich.
Hsrra llrtorr. SuKIUaltvrihlirilii'iiiii.
rvlirtikur..s. TrMll.AMiul 1'Jtrt! l-dlljtrt't.L,
lH cuts, ttootl to Ur. Kllu.Ul Arch St., i'Ulu., tab
'JVmptntlon rubs olf
rust of tclf-coulldonco.
ntuoti of tho
Tiiiioat Tuorw.r.r. Tn allay the Irritation
Hint Induces coughing, uo Wlruien' Ili iiiKhhil
Tnxhti.' A thnpla and snfo inned)'.
Tako tlmo lo do wlisragam do ju-mk "
ly, thus sitvo tlmo.
If the Itnhy is auttlng Teeth.
Ptfvit s4itlMteM ami vtl trtel rwnsr, tlas.
rtMMW SeolUlM Rtavi- tor CM 14 mi TmIUIb.
'llio tnoio money it girl haa, tho h as
she cares for the inon.
Depend utioii tho blood for sustenance.
Therefore it tho blood Is liiipurn they aro
Improperly led and nervous prost ration
results. To make puro blood, take
The One Truo Illood Purlflcr. jl : fl for 18.
1'rU 'A Csutt.
Hundreds of Indies write us Hint
Ihey "con't find cood bindings In
It's oasy enough If you
II. & M." on tho
Look for "S.
lalirnd tako no oilier.
If your dealer will not supply you
Sn4 (r Mitiplss. shovlnr labels and tnsii
rials, to ih S. M it M. Co., r. O b; . tltv
l-vrfrrt st,ts grow
rpartnaetuM I tifwisti1
rsrsouiMiowa baiuv. N'tt.
rlnc uitrrlvitlai l ii in mmw-
in ferri'Hrril. llfr;l 1
f Itii in TiTjrnrt. Vrl'.ur
, tut 1800. II mtul of V 'ini'Hi
. tii.riua'iuaftiN ii ti at.'l i'i
, Ml St-i.is, tr.,' hy DM..
o. m. ftm a CO..
HAIR .BALSAM ...
him I'liai iisa asut
lire iVlis y!ap'.?T'
Vllst In 111
Ur rt'P iatlMt aa ' agJ.
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