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TTM 11. MULLAH rusUiker.
tnor, ....... . k. m.
IWraw bete ibow wakh way Uto wins'
B6 long? big ebo graduate; mi
you ttcit year.
French farmers make 11,009 te H.CeX
a yr raising snail. NM n stew busl-
Lent offer nil. .
To bicyclist who carried whiskey In
hie tires was arrtatail for pedaling
without a llremie.
With veiiow fever, esncillpox anil the
6fastarfiir. the Cuban late rail far l at
yoib of all aailMa.
Aoir, people itilak that the man who
mm a olc like a street fnklr nnA bongs
Hip In. k ol of tba HI We. la U groat
i at pnarher.
Mm l.i Hung Chang haa 1.040 spiv
anta ami never writes' anything lot
i In i'npn touching upon tin1 servant
It In thought (lint tho bicycle will
bring knee breeches Into faahlon for
all am. nut it haa net brought bloom-
it lino faahlon far all woman.
Advertising Ins't a game of chance
H i a mattiT of plain bniliioaa, In
which the law of onuso and effect
work out Ha unalterable reunite.
It initat bo very discouraging to n
woman to realise that no matter how
Lard hr ny struggle to become
man' equal, ahe can never be a police
It l milanchoty to ee th Ituaalan
iwir poina without any life In aura tiro.
Will not some sympathetic American
umirv ntfrr lilm a policy at icasona
Me'thew Htanfey Quay enjoys tht
d.Mlortion of having been tbe only
pealdcntlal candidate who waa not
mentioned at 8t. Louie at a possibility
lor tl.e lre presidency.
Ht vl.n in tho aamo given 'Unto ear.
prechi'c more than many others bat
Igor . he who ran produce more and
Mtttr tin talents; he whs effh produce
what none elio ran hot genius.
Tlir winner of n chlekon-dr.'selnc
ontet in Springfield, Mo.. Monday
i.ight brokr thp rooonl by killing and
iry-plklng forty-five fowls In an
l.cur, and marly finishing tbe forty-
A Men military authority baa ex
I reaaol the opinion that lnthe next
lireat war the cavalry will go In horse
:eae rarrtnge anil the Infantry on hi
yclaa. while the artillery will bo tc
heavy that It won't go ut all.
To White Cloud. Kan., (llobr, which
raa Wi- think inor of n yrlonr
'Inn m do of a cyclone liar. ' ha thlf
una in unother page: Tin- wind
i.ionn Thuraday night hliw Mlkt
Hayiw i it it hrd In hl room unit tntc
a itn a l)!in.-v north althoiit wukltif
Tlh -h . I uM ure alone nlmply mukfi
n trni: hrute; Intellectual mltiirf
wiiht.it i.onarlence la on a uplendlil
i.iforuiiOf aeatbetle rulturo. alone
luaktt a man faatldlou and emnb
culafe. Hy tplrltual culture we
t rnor life and Irenntli. aweeten and
t roatim our whole nature to complete'
If jor.d Qnetn Victoria can keep up
her rt renal h and courage about three
luoaMiN Irrnaor aba will break the ISn
-llai rnord for length of reign and
au aficnt to retire and slr Walt-i a
ihi..i Among aporllng men heavy
idd- .in- nffiied that the worthy but
i t,:.'inii rli! .iy will route III a win
lit . y -i rul width
ri in i crneliua Vamlrlitlt ha
Him i up a family rumima bv falling
in u.i with nnd mqrrtlng a oung
won mi o'flit yenra older than hlmaalf
,'ui 'l a youth alauyn fa III In lev
with h rim older than blmaelf no phi I
iMphy hs il egplalned. et eve
mat. i-f 'm will prolmblj iinll this
lmnnitiii ixperlence. Young Vand'r
lilt ha prr.ed that he la almply a
tovirii n ordinary mortal - nothing
mat unit papa t'ornellu had no buel
net m k-i rw mad about it.
A fiuertton before the late Met had 11
earene aa to heher women
ware i i ear-arlly tarluded In tbe worl
"la.i hi' r and DrffLowiker argued lag
leal I that If not the poor iblaaa ware
l.ot on I) mmtled In tcr ihtirrb. but
ira(:i,(i nut of the remriectloa Wbt
wdkldn i It be a aaad Idea to drop Ial
tor a time and bring Into um a little
latler iU) juatlre and common Knee
1-tul la not fair: and beaUtee he haa
had net inly a third term tmi nveral
tku-nil f.f them And what would lw
mi of the church. enhow. If the
weamf were to rebel and get
i bur h tf their own.
A rbkhgo Man la the firat to Invade
the nalin of Sabea With labw -aavlag
nacblneiy liat-ar 11a th, arenrdlag to
lepeit- from Waahlnglon. I the pereoi
wlta in inti-ni-d a rod that irka tba
fjah ii" i' the water by a aprlng af
larhn.iii'. iiiir the Hibernian may
elaev "" itliuwlae employ blmaelf.
Tkii r.rr only duty la lokbalt the
lie: aad tbe nab and tba red do the
iat. Neat ta tbe proeaaa of ratrhlNff
the flany irlo at convenient ftah tear
I H. tali dctltr la the meat atltanug
nv te uaakilled lubor of ar.y that
tae reemtb ecpaattd.
A SOUND MONEY CALL,
TUB QOLD STANDARD DCMO-
They !ifie an Artilrrtt fur Annllirr Cnn
ttnllnn and Intlt the Nlaiiilaril Ilrmlt
rmli of OllirrKUIri tn JolnTlieiM-U'nt
to NomliHile Aniitlirr TlrUrl.
Ctihugo, III., Jaty U. Tho excMtfvc
ewimltlce of the notd tomMal Demo-
orata of IRtncAa mot in a proye:l ea
Ka j e;eru)- anu prenareu an aouroM
to (bo Democracy of oilier nhatea In tbt
Mian. U wwa tbe tiaan'tsrottn opl!oa
of tbe oetnrpiUeo aW a atvmd IWio
nratlo national ooaventlon !houM lie
ra1r-d to mnlmta rauidldatrc for proi
Idont and i!epiiildMt. The addraaa
la aa foltowa:
"To onr fellow Dtrnorw.'a of cflhw
nttatoj: W national oonTenVon nonvrar-1
undor th coaatlttMNl autborl'T of our
laariy baa Juat oloaed I'ji aaoalcni In Uir
city of Cblcaso. It tvttn upon lu wvtrk
by WofaOng all party prtceden'ji In Tac
MdcoJon of a dlitlngulabed l)tmorat
n ttataporary rarar'.d'.nft nMrer. It tie
Urtvial a eorf re'go rU of a voice ttr It
deHiHrrMions try tinatvUrnc;, without
oattao or kigvl JitoUflctClon, rie!(yiii
eitretcd wlttt aM the rcjfu:rty known to
"U rtfuaed to ladorae the hoiw:y an.'
MeWy of tbe tmmt Drmralc na
Uotml tHimlniatrwthw. It Montetl n
jrcroi wltloli ferotM the free atxl tin
Mnftetl oatmago of idhtr 'by tltla cwin
try nlone, m ratio of 10 oa 1. and ttiere
by ti rtinivJieU thur-hoaoretl Dno
ixwUo rninolrle wlh iletmmls tbe
DttieUtat TOOTnenaaoa of a ecu ml and
"Woally. to ire It t n'Atmer tbt.
nttbougb In name, Ii waa not In fatt a
ltcnocxa'(c ccmveni.lM, It nominated
for rrewldent one who I not In hla poll
Uca, and haa not alwaya evt ,i in profn
iJcxi, been a DretoerM.
"Thl tela made mult a clala bo i for
(Im naUon and 6e .Demc-ratlc pai-'y
that aouml mony OtmcKXi a muat at
once duottlr what poMloil ar Ion they
wUltako forOie protection of the bonot
of the nation, the proapnV.y of tie peo
p!o and tbe life and uaefulnni of tbe
"To toiinil money I)nocraa of I!M
nois ba.vo fulry made up their jnlndu
that a new Democratic national cfhtven
lion rhould he called for at the enflltet
foagMiIo day to nontlmvto Democratic
candldatoa for prMdieit ;i-itl vice-proat
dont and to adopt a platform of Denio
mtlc prlnclidtu; and they deal rc to ata.o
to tie Dun oc rata of the o.bcr otatea
l&ir reatoni, a foMowi:
"1. Sound tnmiiy nHitserats om-e H to
the country to make it certain at once
tfuU their revolt again free !lve- ii
datornvlneil nnd will b orsanlud. Ii
is unfair to obUge the omlH of the na
Uon ami the buaJnom and indnatrlal in
taraata of the peotdo to merely gueM
U tbe aouad inoscy Democrat! will
do In November anil wait until Novem
lier to find out.
"I. The nomination of a new t'rket la
iha logical courae. "Without a aound
money Democratic campaign. he whotr
otlucatlonil forea of the eoumt money
Democratic aentltnent would be para
lyaail from the beglnn-litg. Herntbln m
can not argue tba aound ineaey tiuea
tlon to lemocmlc votera. Ilomiblicxn
rlnoerlty oa that queatioti k dotibled by
the inaeu of uamoemta. The tartff quei
tkm will be piH to t front ami Hwletcul
tiiww ry Itetnabllcan ajHkikm awl ttie
HcftttlfUeana aa It baa peralaleotly been
by Air. McIClnlty Wmtf. Detnocra.i
wtM not Uaton to leaaona on finance ac
companied by hbuae of tho Democratic
Irty. fI1a moat effeotlra ferce at hla
time for a eittinalgn ia the force retal
iate In the tound money Denccrau. for
tbey are profoundly In oaruett. aad can
-t a hwrlnii from Deuwcrabi whWt
tko HenwUwoaaia can not pwrMy gc.
"J. A ftcw eonveaCon will abw pre
rerve tar tbe future tbe opgoriuniuee of
tbe Denocmc party. I'aleta a clrsr
ont atftaumtloM ia made betwe n the gin
utao Demeermttt ami Damotriti wtto ar?
drifting Into lopu:itii, or are a:rrady
In l'opulkrw, and unlcaa a rlear-rw. eec
nnMioH la aupgorted b crganliittoi the
Irty baa no chm- uf rf:ning pub
ttc eoOtMenca for yean tn oom. 'Ivj
aound money D mocrat In the dlfferoit
n atea muat either make it rlrar via
tbey have no aaaorlat'.on with the Bry
an party or they muat anept aaaorla
Uon and eutanilMnent with K. and all
oaaie cvanMaav ini will in the public
Wind be tar It thit to make t abiotate.
1 rtala tat they are aniem it. The
ikcnHM) mcmry OciHoorafa ire already
eaaiMentty orgaulaed In thla atate to be
aisle to meet their f el lorn Dim-x-rata In
n nw convention, and aie aax'.oua to
confer with rpraenieUt of other
Ota. whenever a reureaatathe ton
ft rtore can b brought about.
MJ. Seymore ilowcll of New York
iMta laauad a crutliangv to Mr U'inaluw
rVnaawli. Um antl-aulTragUt, to u do
out vu thu ulTrrigi- iiu'kttou.
A TntlH Vi'rerkMt
naMlttwIhi., July II -A paaienger
(rata on tke Ubiga Valley between
VfUttt Haven and thla il:y. rati into a
now yeaterafcr afternoon and the en
title and three ram ppl ur ihi
riM of a high mbaskmint. Kngi
naor Wm. Uoubert retelvl Itjurla
from whkh be died aho.' y rter
wnraVi. Harney Mooney. the flrtmnn.
WM atriotiely :nurtd and more than
a score of !i-aferw were badly hurt,
tiereral of i -. w :i die.
BU little. Mo., Jtafy H.YoKerdtty
morning flrf wv diaewwed In the
boiler room of tho Morohnnt' Torrul
nal etavacor, loratcd nt 8!ond nml
IlWdle atreeti. An olnrm wnn Immedl
MeCy .Wrncel In whlok wm. eoon fol
towtd by a general alarm ami tl
lhotil) ike fire iltoflttmant ree ponded
RNi11y the large tulldtos way com
Idctery rajgevetl m flacnea uyon their
arrlral. the building being nn old dry
one, the flames tut In r tliolr way to
Ike top aa qultMy an thoueh it had
been ao mtiuti iper. The -whola nor ah
portion of tke city was Illumed for
many Week a, and, atich ht waa thrown
out that the work of the firemen waa
very ttlmctjk. About tlilrty minutfa
aOter tbe (Ire broko out a 200-foot
emtftto a lick fail, narrowly mCiainit
a number of firemen. Twenty minutes
after tHa weal M-aN wa fouad to be
tootarlng which neoaaaltMoil tho re
moval of tho flro etc Win twrklng on
tht aide, tno wall coMapelnu imorUy
Mr. John V. Hyati, prcuiilont of tho
tcmiiiany, did not arrive on tho icene
until loinn tlnjr. after tho flro storied
and when teen mtlmn'.nl Utnt the low
v,ou!t lie at lenat MOO.OOO. 'Hie
amount of Inmraace at thin time la un
known, -lite oleratiM- oonljlncd man
tCMmaund bnahtdN of grain, tbe ex dot
fciaioiiftt not bolng knovn.
libit t!lln-B Prrtlilfllt,
Atnrloo City. July H. V eommlUoa
of etx liiinilreil elector) from tho city
of Mexico vliiled I'reildent Dtaa at the
ctutte of Ohemiltepcc yettertlay (o eon
Rrnti:te trim on hta reclto.ion which
oeenrrod on the 12th Inrtant.
Jtafaet Donile, a il!atlnzuti).cit laft
yer of thla city, made nn nilitroaa in
which be commente-l on tho aoMdlty of
the goverawent of (Ma country nnd
felicitated Mexico on having nttalnod
an Ideal eo aeUhvn raalmeil lei latln
rounlrif or permanence ami stability
of governments. Oen. Dku rtpNed in
a patriotic etraln.
New i from the electors ail over the
republic abo practically a unanimous
vote or Dlai, who baa bean Utla year
atinnorted by men of all clnaaoa In the
country, repetition at line em of
good feeling when Monroe was ohoaor
In the United 3Uea.
A btrge niitnber of Important enter
prlace will noiv be brought forward
on VAo atrength of rbe lieratancnoo nl
the Rovrrnmeut and the ontlnimmo
of the preeent policy of progroea. he
a'Jmilr-t!on was never atrrrattar ncr
the rovrwirn ampler, the govoitttnont
having a Imndnome caah aunthia.
Stinriueiit of Troup".
.Havana, .lu'y H. Advice from fian
V.VSO tie Oulia report that tn ca-2-ment
haa been fought between fipo'rt
'rcooB and Inaurgent under Jote Mn
pro. in whlcS Ottfi!. Monnon nml oUieri
of the lafcilor woro kllltd. Berada Sti
cbez and HatU. with a de t4mta! of !n
tw-gent, bare pa"J near S:--, ovaal
irx tho puriutflR Spanlah ccTuma. It Ii
now known that the toaurgent expcrtl
'ca. under Oan. Hafael Totundo. ef
fei i'eil a landing at Tatnalo. Thla expe
AVon lirmrght for the IniuigMita a
Urge quantity of snwnutiMon cad 3.000
un'":mx. It la al npc-:.l that dwo
c fur expedition have lanli I. Oar
rr.tr Itsracoa ami the oher a.t fh Ur
r'aua bearh.bitwfenllf .iHr la and M. i
The laatirgent. Carlllo. w'lh a force i.!
1,000 l-tfantry and oavalry, hat march' ii
vtvtward it Naaareno and lumi
dk-i. ti4ttat with him many mule Ic-ul
f.l with atiMiiunl' Ion. It I i'iua'.it . tu
be tJMtow rttreatlftg in the direction o!
Stnotl Iiaplillua, Trlnldsd. In in.i
tpience of halnK t-e-n ro.ittd at Tin
rat. ttncll'li lllmet.lllUH.
Ixndnn. n'.y U T. e I?:ii'
league of Great AW tain hold lie annual
meeting yeattrday In the Canon 8trer.
hotel. Tbe annual report drelarea the
rnuee of International bhnetalllani hai
made eitbmaisthil nroKreaa durlne the
year, ImHIi In Clrnat UrValn and abroad.
It mentlnna the rcaokiltona adontetl by
tbe chamber of dtatr.c cf France,
rift ruber of repreeentallvea of lle'gluw,
and the l'nia'lan diet, datlarlng for b'.
install Inn and osntlnnee:
"In the Unhed 9tr.e i all partle and
chtaaea would wrtrome international
bltnetalHem. A harge ai-'Jon of po
pie tttere. however, are ao atrongty
eonvlnccd of tbe urgent necesafey for
the remonedtntlon of a'.lvar that they
are Indltpoacd to weh for Internation
al agraeneat. No rly of any impor
tance In the t'nlied Statet favor gold
Outrage In Crete.
New York. July U.- aoaclel from
Aithems sarnr Dr. lnXler. who was
itetrt to Crette by I&nrneror William to
make a report on the condition of af
fairs. 4u arrived here on has return
from Uia U'.nod, He says: "CIvlUal
people can ararcey credit tbe outragvn
which the Turka hare nerfiotrated on
Chrlttlan women and children. Europe
bM but a faint Idea of the h or: ore whftli
have takeu ptare. The powers muat ab
solutely Inttrvine to prevent a reniwal
tt aurh owtracea. A Hsovoment is be
ing wade looking toward turnn the
Turka out of llurooe.'' He soda: "The
inaurtoau Intend Aaht:tg, mkI they act
recclrloK a plentiful tuusHy of arme.
Tbt uunoa' dliordar Hrevalia."
Ulekrd 1 1 llr-illi.
Chicago, Ju!y H.-l'ntriek Curney,
M yenra old. wa kicktd to death mat
evening by James Wlkwn. The kill
lag waa toe reault of a fatntV row.
The murderer tried to escape alter
k Cling tbe man, but wag eauigfct after
a hard rua br a poWeenw. 'fke mar
di wa a meat bjsjMl aKalr, Vllsea
HtlraHy stamidac me life out of the
fbolera Is still raflnf tn Fnyoura
)nuat AbU else here in Kf j i
LATJB ITKANK MAYO,
UKT TVPB OF THE AMCRIOAN
atnt IWrnrably Itnnnn tn rlarcner
"Itury t'rnrkett" In tti UelrhrAteil
t'tay nf That Niiie Jtihinlieliri lit
iik ttarly liar.
fMjVl UK recent denth
oi I mnK Mayo naa
aorrew, net only
among hla old nwo
ctatea of tbe thia
tfr, but In many
clrclea where hla
gonial anil manly
ktietvn nnd re
ho never renehM) tho top nf tbe
ladder, or blnied forth a atar of t!n
flrat tnBBnltMrle In tho theatrical flrtna
ment. he wm far many yenra, ami
down to tho time of hla death, a papu
lar actor whotr- pretence nlwnya milled
vitality to a mat and won favor from
Prank Mnvo. born In Ilooton, April
10, 180, we In hl flftyi-eventh year.
ISnterlng the drtimatlc proleeetnn whin
qulto yniinc, ho waa eon acted with
tho atnpo for forty ytrnra, and owing
to hla long aervlco It waa preatimetl l.y
ninny that lie waa n ranch alder man
t linn thn figure Indicate Hint weeeea
with "I'liiltVnhentt Wlleon" had not
only rohnbllltateil hla fortttnea, which
nt one time had renehod n very low
ibb, but had nppnrontly nlrn him n
.lew leneo of life.
In ISftl Mr. Mayo left Denton and
mado hla way to tho Ifiolflc coital,
where hla natural bent for tho a'.ngo
aoon became mnnlfeat. Two yenra
after arriving In Sen l'ranclaco (lfeBO)
he mnde hla drat ceaay on tho atnge,
uppearltig at the American theater,
then under the management of Laurn
Keen' aa the waiter In n farce callcJ
"Italalng the Wind." gitbeequently
he played for aeveral aeaaona In Ban
Kranrlaco and among the mining
towna. In the aupport of ISdwIn Iloeth,
Laura K-'one. Julia Dean llayne,
Jamea Anderaon nnd the Chapman
family, nnd Jn ISO mnilo ao much of n
hit aa Nann Sctlil 1 In lloticlcault'a
drama, "Jeaale Ilrown," that ho became
I he favorite lending man of th geld
coaat, an enviable poiiltlon, which ho
waa nble to malntnln until ISM, when
hla baio of operntloim waa tranafcrred
to tho Iloaton thonter. On Aug. SI,
185. hn played Utdgcr In "The Street
of New York" nt thnt theator with
gtent Hiicceea, nnd wna auboiiicntly
aeen lliero nnd elsewliere In linmlot,
lllehnrd III., lutto. othollo. Jnek Cmto.
D'Artngnon, Don Cnoanr do llaznn nnd
Ilia work during thla period waa thnt
of londlni; mnii In n legltlmnto stock
eomp. 'iy. but In ISO" ho mnt'e a de
termined bid for alcllar honor by
ptoduclm: "Davy Crockett." a typical
Amorlcr.ii nifty. Thia Important event
In hla career occurred Ht Hocheater, N.
V.. Sept. 34, 1S72, nnd thereafter for
eight yenra he pNywl the character of
the Aineilrr.u bai kwooiUmnn lontluu
oualy. Hut v.hen tho, vogue of ' Iu,y Crork-
ctt" expired through the operation Of
tho statute of limitations enacted by
the popular taste Mr. Mayo found It ex
recdtngly dllllctilt to gajn theitlentlon
of the fickle p.'Jllr In anything elee.
Arenviotnid to aeelhg him In the buck
tkln coat of a hunter, nothing else
seemed Just ilcht, and thus it hap'
peued that fium 16fit. when "Dnvy
i ioekeit" waa put aside, until within
recent pvrlml. hla farlnc wauca.
During it.M Interval ha wrote a piny,
"Nordeck." in col la Iteration wlth-Je-hn
a. Wilson, and appeared In thjfchlef
role with artistic but not llnnnelal suc
cess. He alto appeared aa a member
of various tomblgatloua and stock
eeinpanltb. but failed to regain hta old
position before the public until a little
more than a year ago, when be bit up
an "IMdd'n head Wilson."
As an actor Mr. Mayo was sincere
nnd sympathetic. He bellcvtd In
straightforward methods, and wna des
titute of mannerisms or affectations.
His b--..alful daughter. Kleauer, was
sen .aat year in "ITIncese llounle."
but her stage career waa rut abort by
ryirrlage, James Blvaaeu, Jr.. of the
l'blladelpbla Inquirer, became Jier hus
band a year age last April, when ahi
permanently retired from the stage.
Prank M.ao waa beloved by every
one In tbe profession, and I 5e net
think any man In It had -warmer
.friends than be. He played bis drat
engaHeHiint I Caleaje in 1S6. Mis
death taltea.Rway ene of our fnremoat
a (Sirs. It teems that all the old ones
ate going, and tbe new ones da not
seem te ml their places. Prank Mare
waa n prince- not only as a men, but
aa an actor.
Weeds are the sharpest stlllettes ever
wielded by the band of a friend. There
Is no sledge hammer on earth so pewvr
iul as langusge: ne lilies so white; to
thorn so sharp- no poliou se deadly
l,tv Frank lkiB.tt.
OLDEST IN THE WwiiT,
Centennial t'elntlon of the Haw
e elan, 11U lUtulil t'horeli.
The oldoat Iktptlat chtireh In Illlnola,
or In tho Wait, ia at New Dealgn, III.
Ut waa Imlit In I'm. and Ita centennial
waa duly eolohmted by the Uaptlata of
the itale tjnfte recently. In tie aum
mer of 1787 Jamea Smith, n Ilaptlat
preacher from Lincoln county, Ky.,
vlalug New Design and prenehed t
the people. Hla lnbora woro aiieoeMful,
and aeveral of the ploncern profeeaed
to ho converted. Amongit them woro
Joteph Oglo, Jnmoa Iimcii, tliolr wivoa
and other connection. On Mny 10
Smith wna taken prlionor by n party
of Klrknpoo Indiana and curried off
in hla nheoneo- meeting wore held,
eomliictod by Shadrath Hand, who waa
(lie first Governor of Illlnola. At one
of iheio nteetlnga a stranger enmo .Id,
whote dreaa IndlcnleiMhat ho wna In
advance of (he hunting ahlrte nnd In
dian mocenalna of tho aettlara. Tho
at ranger wtos Hev. Joteph Dodgo. from
Kentucky, on hla way to visit n
brother, residing In .Sic. (lenevlevc. Ho
apent aeveral dgya preaching In tho
cettlement. nml upon hla dejinituro,
baptlxod Jninee Lemon and wlfo, John
(llhhoua nml laaao Ilnoehi, who warn
tho firat persona baptised In tho terri
tory. For tho next two yoara they weri
wirhuut n preacher, but continued to
bold rogulHr meeting.. In tho spring
nt 1790 lllder David Ilndgloy of Vir
ginia mnde them n vlalt. Dofore fio
dopnrtetl, on Mny 30, ho baptized 15
lilder Ilndgloy and Joseph Cbanco of
lU'ILT IN 1796.
Kentucky organized (the church, with
was culled New Dealgn.
.trtTerumi UmlO I'rlvKti I'rnprrtr-
Confodsrato ox I'oitniantcr - Genoral
John H, Itoagnn rolntod ilie following In
his rooont lecture In San Antonio, Tex.:
"I said there woro somo tilings lllus
iratlve of tho clinaaeter of M. Davis not
genorally known to tho public. When
(Ian. Ornnl wns moving his army down
tho MlMleslppI below Vlcksbtirg, Mr.
Davis was notified that his llrlnrfleld
plnntntlon nni) Inrfic property would
fall Into federal hands and was ndvlsod
to have tho movable property cnrrloil
out of dnnger. To this miggctlan he
replied thnt the president of tho con
federac could not nfToril to omploy
men to take care nt hla prlvalo prop
erly. And when tho foder.il army was
moving on Jackson, MIm and ho wna
ndvlsed thnt hla hill homo In llluda
county nnd hla vnlualilo library nnd
other property there would fall Into
federal hands and thnt he ought to have
It removed to n place of safety, he mnilo
the ssmo reply that the president of
the confederacy could not afford to use
men for the security of hie private
property. And all movable property
nt both places. Including hla negroesi
was lost to him. I make these state
ments because I wna present nt oaoh
of these conversations and I have not
tpen them In print." (
nrlllliiC With llnllet-,
A novo! method jif nerfarntlnir Irnn
plates Is reported from Salt Lake City.
Tho city la being auppllofl with elec
tricity for lighting and newer ennnr.
sled fourteen miles away In the big
coitonwooii cnuon. It wns found nec
essary, for tho pur iio se of plpo connec
tions, to cut fpur -IS-liich openings In
the seven-foot penstock, tho pinion of
t , . .
which wifro nun Hn men tiuex. Tno
workmen hsgnn to cut with enno chl-
ela. but tho process made wna too
exn-erntlngly jow fer tho engineer
o' the works, It. M. Jones, who Is
known throughout the west ns tbe
"cowboy engineer." Mr. Jones took
up his rifle, and, using steel bullets
cased with copper, shot a line of holes
through the plates from a instance ol
about thirty feot, Tho Intervening
edges worn afterwarns easily rut cut.
and In a very short time the Job was
ItlisUiitl' (Irmtrtt Unman.
Next to the nusen and the nrln
ol Wales. Miss Florence Nightingale Is
by oil odds the most prominent wom
an In England. The fame sh gained
In the Crimea forty eare ago has pen
etrated iLto tbe remotest urnera of
the llrttleu Isles, nnd almost aa much
as tilt ueen's her name Is a household
ward, tome evidsnre of her popu
larity was given on the occasion of her
teTonty.slxtli birthday, recently, by
the numerous congratulstory mes-
sgts she received Mies Nightingale
snows r-y nuvanii.nr age visibly , but
ihoagh she la fir Lie plil ill he la
erene ef tnlnd Flit rrei appears It)
; tin t mi!m
A moet effective remedy for ehecp
foab nml ticks is n pte pa ration of mire '
nicotine prepared from tobaooo. Owns
ers of sheep generally nro using It in
stead of lime, sulphur nnd arsenic nml
seem unanimous In believing- that shot p
tleke nml ki.1i will toon to totally ex
terminated. Nicotine is n deadly ol
mhi to ltiMK-t., but when diluted (or
dipping does not affect animals. In
this respect It differs from the mineral
poisons. The Sknbetira UlpOb. oft 't.i
uugo nre the largest tnanufuoturetm of
nicotine In the world.
TtiTHll Hat Atta'keit.
Tills l a mi yettr for hats. Tho
leglnlalnres of vnrlous attttes hnvo on
tliibrorcd to paMn law retfulatlHtr wo
men's hat at the theatres, and now the
reitort etnnes from 1-ondon that war
lins lieen liHuipurated on Uws tall silk
lint for men. This agitation I led by
no lees n perron than Iord Itonakl
t lower, an uncle of the Marquis i-I
lirnc. l.onl .llonnhl la on MiUitie,
.whose whole llfo has been pa seed in
thtgworhli or the lieantitul. slid tho
lifJjTTslIk hat Alls him with disgust nml
horror. He has clvon hlineelf UplnMly
and eoul to thn mlMlon of supnre6r
tho silk hnt unil nrieirittittjr tt to tho
euvago trtbefc to wlilau It btottf, nMI
ueh is his energy in the holy ennfo
tli ut his friends expeet to see him stie
ofied. 'JTio high hat ia hideous. mn-
strcms, unaomfortnhle. Why does it
cxhit nsk.8 .tho ti'hthoto. Kvlilentl.v
Ixird Hotinld knows no little men, or
ho would hjo u Milllulent noma for lta
oxlstence. A short man will never
part with Ills lilsli ellk hut. tt milieu
111 in In his own oyoe.
Vnlimlile I'ryneliUe heottreit.
The Iranebliie nt easy dlseatlaa ef the
mmt valuable in tlte gift ef meiliwl aeleace-
ran tw riiml try any pores Wise SMSJlh to
ur llotetter' Klamath Hitter, sielwr te ip
prrwi trrowinn nyapapsls, or te agreei it at ran-'
tii-itv. tuilouii. rtieewaUe sad fST-raauat je
udcter. norMNia tresUol with airmine.
anil tkr ionilled. (Kmkl a wo aavdre the
bwHti fraaep! by the same MtW.
A Inttndryman Is no onwaH for run
nlnt away for fudlut a woman's shirt
Irrlgiieit I'xrie lu the Milk Hlver VmI-
Itoom for many farmers on dltcbee
nlrondy oonstructed In the Milk Hlver
Vnlloy of .Montana nnd plenty of
afiunoes fur colonies to looab on froo
luiul yid establish ditches of their own.'
DltohOM i-aii Iki mud a nt little expente
other than labor with plows ami svrnu
orn, and there Ih no stony grojnd, Jui-t
pure soil, ttroves hiohl' ine river ami
coal In tho adjoining pasture bonch,
lands. Uncut oneuliir for trtigntlntt
fannoi-rtln tho Ntirthwett. Alt tbu
ttaplo crntHi piodueud. Mnricets In thu
initios ami jiood shlpplnj; lacllltluH oukt
mid west, via (Ireat Nort)ior: ltulhvuv.
tvrito to j nomtiH u jiuuion. L iiinooff,
Mont., for furthor Information.
If a man U afraid of hU wife, bo la
uauully u moriil man.
National I'upulUt llnnvutlnn at. I.niits
.Inly rtil, IKUn.
On account of tho aliove mentlontnl
nttrnatlou the Iron Mountain Ilouto
will Mil tiukete from all Kilnt on tho
lino to St. Louis fol- ono fare for thu
round trip, Tickets will be on snlo
July llth, !Wth nnrt 5Ut.. with flnnl
limit for return duly 'iTth. ifcuo.
Wrlto or call on llepresentntl esof tbe
Company (or fflll Information. J. ('.
Iiwl, Trnveltut; Paeeenger Agent,
When teople try to show aty the lovo
there llu tliuin. they ure tried foe Iih
K&turnlly, liare n pood sppetlts. keep ymrr
blood puro and )cur ticrves ttronj by taking
riiet'ett -InfsettheOne True Bloo.1 Purifier,
Hood'o Plllaeureblllonineti.heailaclir. Sio
far Ml- l ,i .irl or Icnl VrM on re il.l alNtt
SrUKKTASM t'l'BUlUi KTaa.Tlllr, lad.
Tul ano University of Louisiana.
IM tdKU tut iMtrvMtifa r uw lolttl-ur
lel(Hlal,tiH4iil lic.IUI tntrUl Iimmm
kBllMto (ml CUrllr llatiilUI. IM U4t aad
HjM uUtnta tasiutl. SawUI latu-i. n-ii l U4
tMcvfik'k NiwmIm,04.1I,IH r.i.,l.l
flnr mi. sew okLMiaria. .
Dorit take substitutes to
save a few pennies. It won't
pay you. Always insist an
Via, mii t tw iw r. nmtw.rutuaaut.
4 IM kUl'll - 1 tllM M4IIH1I w
rut UTatsx o-rixtttt, WiaTMt. t. i!
I4 rl lit.- ThuMtlMil
hmiH-.liirai.fi.l i llllTM.L
W N U Dallas
When Aeittrriua; AilvirlUrmcau atau
tlvu ll.it I'spar.
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