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VOL.32. SANTA EE, N. Mm FRIDAY OCTOBER 25, 1895 NO. 208 Short days make lung nights, when darkness holds sway upon eartb. Folks must have the means of light for the barn as well as the parlor, in order to safety and security. We take pleasure in calling attention to oor stock of lanterns, which meets the means and convenience of all our neighbors, without an excep tion. Don't mope r.ronod in the gloom and feel your way in the dark when you can get a good lantern for $1. Oar stock of general hardware is well selected and complete. THREATENING WAR CLOUDS Confirmation of the Stirring: News of Warlike Preparations in the Orient. W. H. GOEBEL, Catron Block - Santa Fe. RUSSIA'S UNPARALLELED AUDACITY MULLER fc WALKER. Plain Intimation That England Will Not Tolerate Russian Effort to De stroy Balance of Power Situa i tion Regarded as Very London. Arrested for Pool Helling. New York, Oct. 25. Presidont Law rence, of the Morris Park Racing associa tion, was arrested today for violating the law against pool selling. CAMPOS ATTACKED. Mather fishy Tale About the Captain tteneral'si Cloak Heme Pierred by Ballet. IS WANTED FOR PERJURY, A Warrant Issued from the District Court To-day on Grave Charges Against Editor Hughes. ARIZONA MAN'S STARTLING AFFIDAVIT- Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. 5. Gov't Report -DEALERS IN- Sfap aoi Fane? km -AMD PBOVBIBTOBt OV- BANTA FB BAKERY. PKK8H IIBKAU, PI EH AKU I'lKN. AGENTS FOR Bass Patent Flour. Club House Canned Ooods. Hesston Creamery Butter. 'Phone 53 Careful attention given to special order for cakes and pastry. Campers' supplies packed free of charge. Call and examine our stock and gee our low prices. S.S.BEATY, DEALER IN 111 nn I H IStPlflSIONS, Carry Full: Hay, Grain, Fruit and Lumber. Great Bend Pat Imperial Flour. The Elgin Creamery Butter. Fresh Ranch Eggs. Monarch Canned Goods. Teas, Coffees & Spices first quality Colorado New Potatoes. Fresh Poultry & Oysters received every Friday. ... Corner Bridge & Water Sts. TELEPHONE 40. Lon h from Shs .-., announo- ' ' artui-e of a fleet of nineteen , an war ships from Vladivostok for .lemulpo and Fusen, Corea, and the dis patch from Hong Kong, announcing that Russia had obtained the right to anchor her fleet at Fort Arthur and oonstruot railroads on the Lu'd To. ?, peainsnla, uotn or wnicn were- caoied exclusively to the Associated Press, are looked upon as being a sudden reopening, in an unex pected quarter, of the far eastern ques tion in the widest sense. The Shanghai dispatoh added that the Japanese fleet in Formosan waters had beeu reoalled, that several British war ships had been ordered to Corea and that preparations for a struggle were visible on all sides. The Hong Kong cabinet message to the Times oaused that paper to remark editorially to-day: "Russia can not possibly imagine that the great powers will view with indiffer ence suoh a destruction of the balance of power, almost unparalleled in audacity. "China's option to purchase railways is a jest almost too cynical to find a place in any serious diplomatic transaction. Under the indicated conditions, Man oburia would praotieally become a Rus sian provinoe, while Pekin would be within Russia's grip." It is admitted here that the situation presented is so grave that, should the news prove true, it would make war, in which several nations wonld take part, more than probable. ,. Havana, Oct. 25. Capt. Gen. Martinez de Campos arrived here shortly before noon from Cienfuegos, on his journey from Ciego de Avila to Santi Soiritus. He was esoorted by ouly 100 cavalrymen ana was attackea by a band of insurgents, whom he routed after a short fight. The captain general's cloak was pierced by eight bullets and a bullet went through his saddle bag. Hughes Alleged to Have Stated That Lawyer Field Wrote the Article Attacking the Supreme Court. Joined the Hllent Majority. Los Angeles, Oal., Oct. 25. Lieut. Go? Spencer Millard died last uight after an illness of uiue months. THE FIERY DESTROYER. Many Thousand Dollars Worth of Property Licked Up by the flames , la t. Louis. FIRST NATIONAL BANE Santa Fe, New Ilexioo. Designated Depositary of the United States R. J. Palen J. H. Vaughn President Cashier St. Louis, Oct. 25. Fire was discover ed this morning in the laboratory of the Allen Pfeifer cbemioal works on, North Main street, and, spreading, soon in volved the wool and tallow storehouse o M. Wolfeheim and the buildings of the Vane Paint Co., - the Front Rank' Steel Plate Furnace oompany and Henry Mo Cabe fc Go's tobaooo faotory. The losses on stock amount to f 50,000; on buildings, 110,000. Firemen Ed. Fryman and John Deitwiier fell from the water tower and were severely injured. THR HAIIKET8. New York, Oot. 26. Money on call nom inally at 2 per cent; prime meroan tile paper, 1 h. Silver, 67; lead, $3.15. Chicago. Cattle, receipts 6,000, in eluding 1,500 Texans and 1,000 westerns; msrket steady, to higher; beeves, $3.10 $5.25; cows and heifers, $1.26 $3.60; Texans steers, $2.65 0 $3.85; westerns, $2.90 $1.10; stookers and feeders, $2.20 $3.90. Sheep receipts, none; market, steady. Kansas City. Cattle receipts, 2,300; shipments, 1,900; market steady; Texas steers, $2.00 $3.25; Texas cows, $1.1)0 $2.65; beef steers, $3.25 $5.00; native cows, $1.00 $3.26; stookers and feeders, $2.35 $1.75; bulls, $1.60 $3.60. Sheep reotipts, 800; shipments, 2,500; market steady; lambs, $2 60 $125; muttons, $2.10 $3.25. Chioago. Wheat, October, 60K; De cember, 61. Corn, October 81; Novem ber, 80. Oats, October, 18; Decem ber, W. - An Indeterminate Sentence. Chicago, Oot. 25. Ross C. Van Bok ketln, ex-teller of the Merchants' Loan & Trust company, brought back from Mex ico charged with stealing $10,000 of the company's funds, pleaded guilty to-day and was given an indeterminate sen Killed Hla father. Chester, Pa., Oot. 26. Fred Huerd, aged 21, shot and probably fatally injured his father, David Huerd, aged 17, tills morn ing. The father and mother quarreled and the son defended his mother. FACTORY COLLAPSED Wall of Bicycle Factory In Ohio falls and .Many Workmen Badly Hurt. STERLING BICYCLES. FIVE sr3t Sterling; spokes don't br eak, Sterling sprocket quickly oanged, own oran can t worn loose. Sterling frame never buekle, Sterling- bearings run true, Sterlliur riders never chance mount. Sterling forks are strong-eat. Sterling wheels win the raee. Sterling agenta wanted la every town In New Mexico and Arlsona. - " ' of refertHioea required. "We carry the rtook no wait here." . Th Sterling agency I money-maker. A. J. FISCHER, PINNCY & RODINSON. LOCAL AGENT. Jobber! of Bicycle and Sundries, 16 18 N. Second A va.. Phoenix, Aria. Clyde, Ohio, Oot. 26. Half of the east wall of the Elmore Manufacturing com pany's three story bioyole faotory col lapsed this morning. All the floors were filled with workmen. More than a dozen were badly Injured. James Booker, one of the proprietors, had his head badly bruised and bis hips injured. ' Archie Holloway, a boy, and Frank Cook may die of their injuries. - Workmen oommenoed this morning to dig a trench along the east wall of the building for a water main and this weak ened the wall. . All the men in the treLohes at the time were caught nnder the falling wall -and their esoape from instant desth is mira oulons. ' - The Rift'it ts Hnnt. Salt Lake, Utah, Oot 26. A special telegram to the Tribune from Cheyenne, Wyo., says: The hearing in the habeas corpus oase of Bannock Indians charged with violating the Wyoming gams laws, wbioh wss to have been held Saturday in th United States court, has by agreement of counsel been postponed for one week. The state authorities are confident that it will be held that the Indians hav no right to hnnt contrary to Wyoming laws. Milk Punch 10 nta a glass st the Colo rado saloon. .: ... . Bloodshed in Turkey. Constantinople, Oct. 25: Fierce dis turbances, accompanied by eerions blood shed, are reported to hav- taken place at .rzingjan. Bixty Armenian are said to nave been killed. Alpoo. Aooording to advices received here the Armenians of the district Marash have attacked the inhabitants o four Turkish villages. The PnglllHtN. Jl Paso, Oot. 25. Several telegrams relating to pulling off a fight between Corbett and FitKsimmons nere received in H.I raso yesterday but none of them furnished any deffinite information on the subject. Dan Stuart has published open letter to the pnblic, in which gives iiitzsimmons a genteel dressing J T . . . uuwu. it is now understood, novmt. tnatrltz has come to the scratch and agrees to sign new articles for a fight wun uoroett later on. t is not intimated wnere the men will be brought together, out sports ail over the country, who uti derstand the situation, say tbnt El Pas is the only place where the fight enn be successfully landed. Juarez is almost as oonvenientfor those who Intended to jour ney to Dallas, as Dallas itself, and as the Juarez bull ring can easily seat 1,000 people, the olnb wonld be saved the ex pense of building an arena. THE ADVANCE IN SILVER. Figure Showing the Sharp lemand for the White metal Abroad. New York, Oot. 25. The Post says rather sharp advanoe in silver bullion coming apparently from London, was an interesting development in the market, Headers of the British foreign trade re turns will notioe that in September there was a slight excess of silver exports against $3,897,000 of an import eioess during August, and yet in the first two' weeks of October the exoess of imports was again $1,850,000. This is a ourions situation, and is undoubtedly connected as has already been suggested, . with the Japanese indemnity operations. . TO-DAY'S CONDENSATIONS. Major Rafael Chacon, of Trinidad, ao- oused of taking illegal peosion fees, was acquitted in the U. S. oourt at Denver. San Francisco is raising a subscription ot 9iuu,uuu to secure the Hepnblioan na tional convention. Ji-U. S. Senator Van Wyoke, of Ne braska, died in Washington late yester day afternoon. Francis Hinton, the Milwaukee iron king, oommitted suicide in his hotel in Paris yesterday. Lieutenant Colonel Noyes has been re lieved of his command of the cavalry forces at Fort Logan and leaves within a few days for Fort Wingate, where part of nis regiment is stationed. The Berlin International Associate es timates the production of sugar far 1895 and 1896 in Oermanv. Austria. France. Belgium, Holland and Russia at ,680,923 tons, a falling oh of 861,000 tons from the total of the previous year. ine comptroller ot tne ourrenoy gives out an abstract or tne reports of the con dition, September 28, of the forty-five na tional banks in Colorado. It shows total resouroes of $10,603,633, loans and dis counts of $19,666,659, and reserve $11, 070,411, of which $3,712,065 was in gold. The deposits amounted to $24,767,162. The average reserve held was 12.92 per cent. Reports of a desperate battle in the San Juan coffee growiug valley between Holguin and Barajagua were confirmed by dispatches received by the Cuban Junta. The foroes engaged were led by Qeo. Antonio Maceo, with 8,000 Cubans and Oen. Eohague, with 1,800 Spaniards. The greater portion of the Cubans were not actually engaged, according to the report. About 800 Spanish soldiers were killed. WHISKY COMBINATION. All the Important Distilleries Have Katered a Combine to Regnlate ' . Prices and Production. New York, Oot. 26. A combination has been formed of all the important distill ing interests in the country" to regulat the prioes and production of goods. In the agreement, which includes 90 per cent of the entire output of American spirits, the manufacturing company is allowed 72 per cent of the aggregate. This is a greater allotment than was anticipated when the negotiations were begun several years ago. - A 1jnehlng Apprehended. Peoria, III., Oot. 26. Grave fears are felt at Pekin that an attempt will be made to lynoh Albert Wallace, sentenced to be hanged to-day, but granted a super sedeas by the supreme oourt. Wallaoe murdered his nan sister, Mrs. Belle Bowlby. New Judge In Oklahoma. Washington,-Oot. 26. The president to-day appointed Yanoey Lewis, of Ard niore, I. T , 17. S. judge for the oentral distriot of that territory to succeed) Judge Stuart. Pigeon Mhoat Champions. Baltimore, Oot. 25. H. Gilbert, f Spirit Lake, Iowa, won the Dnpont championship cop and stakes in the pigeon shoot to day. MoAlllster takes second money. They were th only men who killed twenty-nve straight. McAllister missed the seooud bird in shooting oh the tie. Gilbert killed his, making thirty straight. Chas. L. Flion, of Wioslow, A. T., to which point Editor Hughes fled on the day following the appearance in the Al buquerque Citizen of that malicious at- taok on the supreme court, arrived in the city yesterday and last night appeared before Judge Laughlin and made the fol lowing .- " STAKTLIMO AFFIDAVIT: TinBiiOEY or Niw Mexico, ) County of Santa Fe. J M' Charles L. Flinn, being first duly worn, on ms oatn, says: xnat he is a resident of the town of Wiuslow, county of Navajoe, territory of Arizona; that he is aequainted with Thomas Hughes, of the city of Albuquerque, in the terri tory of New Mexioo, and has been ac quainted with him for about fifteen years last passed; that he saw and conversed with said Thomas Hughes in said town of Winslow on or about the 11th day of October, A, D. 1895; that said Thomas Hughes asked affiant in said conversation if affiant had read a certain article which appeared in the Albuquerque Daily Citi zen, a newspaper published in said citv of Albuquerque, which artiole appeared n the issue of said newspaper of the !)th day of October, 1896, aod which reflected upon and criticised Thomas Smith, chief justice of the supreme court of the ter ritory of New Mexioo, and W. B. Childers: that affiant replied that he had read said article and that it was liable to get said Hughes into trouble; that said Huehes men said to anient that be did not write said artiole, but that Neill B. Field was the man who wrote said artiole and gave it to said Hnghes, and that ho, said Hughes, published it and got "damned well paid for it, fnll local rates;" and for ther affiant sayeth not. (Signed ) Chas. L. Flinn. worn to ano BUDBOrioed belore me this 21th day of October, A. D., 1895. N. B. Latjohlin, Assooiate Justioe Supreme Court, Terri tory or New Mexioo, and Judge of the 1st Judicial district Court thereof, act ing bs committing magistrate. OHABOID WIID PZHJUBY. As a result of the above, and other affi davits, a warrant was sworn out last night, charging Editor Hughes with per jury. The oase is set for November 20, and will be heard by Judge Laughlin sitting as committing magistrate. vr 1 1 u'wauii u ram A050WTELY PURE MUNICIPAL MATTERS. Regular Routine Business Transacted at tlie Meeting: of the City Council Last Nifflit. ROUND ABOUT TOWN. Mr. F. Muller, of the firm of Mnller & Walker, boasts an apple tree that is now in full blossom. Ice formed last night and yet vegeta tion has ecaroely felt the cold. Valentine Herbert yet even has tomato vines in blossom. Great fruit oountry surely. In private conversation with a oitizen to-day Senator Elkins expressed the be lief that congress would this winter pass the bill providing for the establishment of a large military post at Santa Fe. Nurseries in St. Louis and Flushing, L. have secured the contract for supply ing choice varities of fruit and shade trees for the National military cemetery, They will be shipped daring the next ten days. The New Mexican has just finished sending out statements to its patrons notifying them of the amonnt doe on subscription. There are a great many in arrears and as it takes money to ruu a ewspaper we must insist upon each sub scriber making an effort to pay at least a portion if not all of his aoconnt. Patrons will attend to this and greatly oblige. Senator Stephen B. Elkins and party arrived in their special oar last night from Cerrillos and have spent the day nere very pleasantly, in the party are Col. T. B. Davis, interested with Mr. Elkins in West Virginia coal and railroad enterprises; Mr. Edward E. Bruner, a Wall street capitalist; Prof. 0. H. Livingston tutor to Mr. Emms' children; the sen ator's bright and manly sons, Stephen B, r., and Davis, and Mr. Frank Elkins, of Kansas City, nephew of the senator. His brother, Mr. 8am Elkins, and Mr. G. W. North aocompauied them from Cerrillos. Sinoe Monday the gentlemen have made a thorough inspection of the Ortiz grant, in company with a Colorado mining ex pert. It is likely that extensive opera tions in gold mining will result from their visit. The party dined at St. Vincent sanitarium to-day aod leave to-night for the east, going via Chioago. The city counoil met last evening with Mayor Easley and Cooncilmen Delgadoi Dominguez, Garcia, Harroun, Holmes and MoCabe present. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and approved. The city treasurer's report for Septem ber showed: Reoeipts for the month, $1,519.65; disbursements, $751.90; cash on hand, $767.75; warrants outstanding, $10,174.90. The report was referred to the finance oommittee. The street commissioner reported that he had completed the stone gutter on the north side of San t ranoisco street and asked whether he should build a similar gutter on the south side of the street. On motion of Mr. Delgado the com mittee on streets and bridges was author ized to employ a skilled mechanic to supervise jail labor in the. construction of the proposed gutter. A number of bills were allowed. The eity clerk reported that, pursuant to instructions, he had called the atten tion of the Electric Light company to the unsatisfactory lights furnished and had received an answer as unsatisfactory as the lights. Whereupon, on motion of Mr. Iielgado, the oommittee on surveys and lighting was instructed to confer with the Electric Light oompany on the subject and en deavor to have the matter remedied. The appointment of a city driver was deferred till the next meeting. The oounoil then adjourned. t'nstodlan of Fort Marey. The secretary of the interior has for mally appointed Postmaster T. P. Gable custodian of the Fort Marcy military reservation without compensation other than the privilege of occupying boose and stables and using the grounds for ' agricultural purposes. No intimation came with the instruction that the cus todian would be permitted to lease any of the buildings or any part of the grounds. A MERITED TRIBUTE. Colorado Catholic's islander of the Native People of New Mexico Re buked Archbishop Chapelle's Kxpressinu on the. Subject. It is a truth in medicine that the small est dose that performs a onre is the best. De Witt's Little Early Bisers are the smallest pills, will perform a cure, and are the best. Newton's Drug Store. PERSONAL. RAILROAD WRECKS. freight Train Wrecked and Burned In Ueorgla-Kllled In a Collision n the Baltimore at Potomac. Savannah, Ga., Oct. 25. A looal freight train on the Florida & Peninsula rail road was wrecked four miles from Savan nah last night. Some one set fire to the trestle over a raviue. The trestle sup ports burned, fourteen oars went down and ware burned. The loss is $30,000. Two nogroes were inlured. DISASTEB ON BALTIMOBS SOTOMAO. ' Baltimore. A collision ooourred to day on the Baltimore A Potouiao railroad at Bowie station, midway between Balti more and Washington, F. A. Ellis, a d rover, of Fort Springs, W. Vs., was instantly killed. A. E. Johnson, W. W. McLelland, J. M. Skeirgs, drover, were injured. Isaac- Birn, signal , mau, was badly crushed and died a few hours later. Mr. Thos. Collier, of Las Vegas, regis ters at the Exchange. Cot. P. K. Smith and wife, of Deining, are visiting the city. Mrs. Juanita Jordan, daughter of Don Felix Paps, is here from Fort Reno to spend the winter with her parents. Mr. H. 0. Waldbanr, the gentlemanly representative of Berger & Wirth, manu facturers of printers' inks, of New York, is in the city to-day. Messrs. Woods and Green, bankers at San Marcos, Texas, are in the city. They have been looking over mining proper ties near San Pedro and go to Tree Pledras to morrow on a similar mission, At the Palace: Geo. Hill Howard, Al buquerque; U. S. Hottester, Denver; E. 0. Kurtz, Lima, Ohio, H. O. Waldbanr, New York; A. 8. Bleyer, St. Louis; P. R. Smith and wife, Demiug; F. P. Reese, Kansas City; B. G. Wilson, Las Vegas; Dix W. Smith and family, Elmira. U. S. LAND COURT. Decrees Handed Down Appeal Grant ed in Peralta-Reavis Case An Adjournment till March 2. In the United States oourt of private land claims yesterday, Chief Justice Reed and Assooiate Justioes Murray and Fuller present, decrees were ordered entered as follows: In the United States of America vs. Cas sandra E. Baird, the petition for the con firmation of the Chino Tojano grant or Baird's ranch, Bernalillo oonnty, was re jected. In the matter of Manuel de la Valdez, et al., vs. the United States, the Cuya ntungue tract iu Santa Fe oonnty was oonfirmed to the heirs of Bernardino de Sena, Tomas de Sena and Luis Lopez, the original grantees, but the decree of confirmation shall in no wise affect the rights of the pueblos of Pojoaque and Nambe. The oaes of Guadalupe Montoya, et al., vs. the United States was argued and taken under advisement. W. H. Pope appeared for the petitioner and Summers Burkhsrt for the government. No written opinion has been handed down in the Peralta-Reavis oase, but an appeal to the V. S. supreme oontt has been granted and the record is being prepared for transmission to Washing ton. The oourt then set the oases for trial at the next term and adjourned to Maroh 2, 1896. A. G. Bartley, of Magio, Pa., writes: I feel it a duty of mine to inform you and the publio that De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve cured me of a very bad case of eozoma. It also cured my boy of a run ning sore on his leg. Newton's drug store. Wedded by Wire. Oshkosh, Wis., Oot. 25. On next Mon day, unless present plans fail, a novel wedding will take place in the North western depot in this city and at St. Cloud. The bride will be Miss Liddle Kiuts, of Oshkosh, and the groom Dnnoan Edwards, agent of the road at St. Cloud. They will be made one, while miles apart, by tele graph. The usual qatstlons will be asked the gentleman over the wire, and his answer, made before witnesses, will be returned. The bride will, of course, reply to th minister in person. She will then take a wedding tour to her husband's home by herself. Th rv"'" for suoh an unosoal proceeding in a j tn the fsut that there Is no Protestant minister at St. Cloud, and the groom osi.not oome to Oshkosh. Commenting editorially on the reoent interesting and notable ohnrch events in this city, the Colorado Catholic, regard less of trnth and decency and in anything but the sweet and charitable spirit that imbued the blessed Savior of mankind. took occasion to speak in slurring and slanderous terms of the native people of New Mexico, nine-tenths of whom are devoted Catholieb. A representative of the New Mexican called upon Archbishop Chapelle at his residence this forenoon for the purpose of soliciting an oxpres eion from his grace on the subject. The archbishop frankly said: 'I think that this expression of opinion on the part of the editor of the Colorado Catholic is most nnfortunate. He is cer tainly ignorant of the good qunlities of our Mexican population. They are a strong race, since for three centuries they have held their own in this vast territory ngainst many adverse circumstances. "Their intelligence can not be ques tioned; and, as a proof, it may be sufii- oient to mention the purity with which, Biter so long a separation from the moth er country, they still speak the beautifnl Spanish language. They have preserved intaot the faith of thoir fathers and they appreciate our American institutions and we have no more loyal oitizens than they. . "The archbishop of Santa Fe holds them in great affection. He is most hap py to devote himself to the procuring of their welfare and he feels confident that, with the help of his devoted clergy, splen did results will he obtained, both as to the religious and social life of the Mex ican people." Tho Common People.' As Abraham Lincoln called them, do not enre to argue abont their ailments. What they want is a medicine that will oure them. The simple, honest statement, "I know that Hood's Sarsapar ilia cured me," is the best argument in favor of this medicine, and this is what many thous ands voluntarily say. Hood's pills are the best after-dinner pills, assist indigestion, cure headaohe. 25o. It is just as easy to try One Minute Cough Cure as anything else. It is easier to cure a severe cough or oold with it. Let your next purchase for cough be One Minute Cough Cure. Better medicine; better results; better try it. Newton's drug store. PunIi It Along;. In looal base ball circles there is a scheme being discussed which will bring the national game more prominently be fore the people of this territory than ever before. Letters will be written to Las Vegas, Raton, Albuquerque, Gallup and Cerrillos asking the base ball players to organize and join a territorial associa tion to play Saturday and Sunday ball; and, also, asking them to have a repre sentative eleoted to meet in a seleoted city and adopt rules and regulations to govern the association. One of the rules which Bhould, and probably will, be adopted is that none but resident players be allowed to participate in champion ship games. It's a good sohenie and should be pushed along. John MoCullough Coloradosatoon. Havana olgars at The healing properties of De Witt's Witch Hazel- Salve are well known. It cores eczema, skin affections and is sim ply a perfeot remedy for piles. Newton's drug store. Mrs. Bush has fitted up the Lehman Spiegelberg house with comfortable sit ting and dining rooms and resumed keeping boarders. She will give Blngle meals or take boarders by the day, week or month. For terms apply to Mrs. M. Bnsh, Santa Fe, N. M. The World's Fair Testa showed bo baking powder so pan or so great In es tolog power as the RpyaL Nothing so distressing as a hacking cough. Nothing bo foolish as to Buffer from it. Nothing bo dangerous it allowed to continue. One Minute Cough Cure gives immediate relief. Newton's drug store. Act n Candidate for Ke-Kleetlon. Chicago, Oot. 25. A speoial to the News from Springfield says: U. S. Sen ator Palmer has authorized the announce- meut that he will not be a candidal for re-eleotion. Hood's Is Wonderful. : No less than wonderful are the oures Accomplished by Hood's Barsaparilla, even after other preparations and phy sicians' prescriptions have failed. The ' reason, however, is simple. When the blood is enriohed aod purified, disease disappears and good health returns, and Hood s SarsspanllB Is the on true blood purifier. Hood's Pills are prompt and efficient and do not purge, pain or gripe. 25o.