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niCHUQKD The Real Celery Medicine. bats and drank in silent tr thai health of the "little blue eyrd woman." Old veterans at the har 1 as thej were they knew the little woman was right, and the hnnnmi the gallant Kentuckian for ulrinr I l,,. l " ou v ice. Curt Constipation, Nervous 1 (Murders, Hick-Headache, Kidney liaec. Obey the law. That is the only fcafe rule or any community- No class should be exempt from it. Cer- l tamjy liquor sellers should not claim immunity from this rule. Their busi ness, to say the least, has no partic- The Excitement At Shrere port Finds Vent In An Illegal Execution. 25 W3311 'finRSDAY, JUNE 20. 1Q1 - IrlUi It Takes a Remedy of Un- ?r i .y.ematK-ur lu-io common uem 10 uraw ' wer. - the unqualified Praise of a Successful Practicing Physician. I r.ikt-i I nalj two hours 9 1 r . . . . . . mere last night finally pen-d tli uK mob was so pie iamteO. Tlw disturbance and Jn during the art. mna wiriw-.... . t t . ""'m lit fl Borne of these wer SHERIFF OVERPOWERED mensely larger than those of any Othpr hllfiinoca ft v4k me weejt surely saloon keepers can. ICnmOnd Palladium this stateand there can be noexcuse ior it. Moreover, the saloon keeper who has persons congregating about uis piace on Sundays has no right to tne benefit of the doubt if any of New York, June charged In barikru ... A OULltfM H111I-T .... . ular nlaim rn . J Pmntt " ... r -..... . c luumgeoce oi a 1 - - oiuiiii bbu Aiiorner prm i umser an community. Its profits are im- F - SaW Be .IMncIeadeN a i ber of the firm or Dr. J. W. Bates of Corfu. N. Y.. states X A most remarkable case has come under my hands of late and has folly convinced ma of the wonderful power of Dr. A. W. Chase's Nerre Pills over diseases of the Convict Will PsWtah a Paper. .....i mtr. Ind.. Jnne 20. War- den Shldoler of the Indiana priu north, la consummating plan for the publication of . ?u W 'JL walla, which win d eauw - by a convict ataff. Hoisted tt a Limb. with liabilities of $4. 1 or eash. The ik i Apru last. The Killing' of John c. Koster Finds a Seqnel In a Doable Lyucbing. WAV BPXtl.Va "uMwb ,wmrj eimt (Huaday lrpti) THE PALJLAMUM oa Shreveport. June 2o.-Frank. better known as Trophet Smith, and F. I. Jrelind. held at Benton for com- TERMS:OF SUBSCRIPTION i Oaa yaar hy Mall, aastaga pal. - - S3.0O ua Nk, by tirrlar ..... .os Til UliSDA Y, JUNE 20, 1901. v tue UOUOS II any OI riltr-itv In . .by. per, wmM ESS; SJTS, 5 JSb'S aod admits Ketliog the liquor of him ' ruB! n , ; f Jr C or in his saloon. The dealer who Were ,t ft danelinir siae br km' Ha i 1 ..... t 1 sens liquor to a minor should be re garded as the common enemy of mankind. The limit of punishment should be given him. all Severe storms occurred in nearly The Winchester Democrat , vc mate yesterday. lonowing compliment to Hon. mained a bein occurred on the Arkaus.-ls road alKut one uifle and a half from the J.uL Koth negroes made state iiH iits lK-fore death, denying that they had anything to do with the kiliin ' oiuiiu, who was the head cnureh of Jod movement of the In that fact was discovered years ao. by Dr. nichmond, as usual, escajx-d. Here mes E. Watson's late memorial ad- "upiy naa a splendid rain that dress at that place: was needed. Richmond's immunity This was truly a reat 8prech from storms has become proverbial. Mny parts of it would have to .e It is about the only safe olace in the i'' a CLarls Sumner or an JSd- state to live in summer time. This StifTlS w . iaui'ii;LirK : w n icq Iiaer I ic and rythmical as one will find but I nnHi nil al ' .w nowers tne rasic idea was broad as the world and deen a iirr 11 . . I thA t ark't no h . . iute Amva received his discharge WXaI -1 ... wvre 10 name the in bankruptcy in N.w v. " ur. 88 .". wo.u.ia je"The dayaUdis now free to continiiee Stot his Si. hfwT brilliant business career which was j ceased renown by this production checked for a time i I Indiana must enroll the nam r cumstances. It will be remembi l?"5 5. Wats?Q r roster as that when Willie's petition in (2,!? man. His miod i r!1,;-n . r a J rhat aUtr11P --r r vrr. fenbt'rK siKnsit,Je for the sntimeut iaf whites wM. h 1.-1 t. ... .1 . . .. ueaiii or I- OS- ter. died praying. McLand was silent as he was atron ux. As Smith was being led from the jail prior to the execution, he was heard to say: "Lord, vou r,r,..i.i ... ... - i- nu me now." There were about loo armed men in the mob, and they overpowered the sheriff and jailer, taking the keys away from them Tim . fm, ... I . j".iier Claim- The luiuahty ed that the execution of these was ne.sary to the preservation of or wnue men In this vicinity. J - ' ' uia iiaoiilliea were put down at f l,I5000and hiii I at 125. That 25 h n.m..M bls P3- by.n distributed anions his credit. a and they certainly ouiht lol hnn' Marder Ciosea Gambling Ho,,.,,. Swlnjrfiehl. Tlla T,.,. o.. is a mm:n I .. - - " -. jue cor f I v ' " Jjr I lie Belt Defenae WiU Ue Morrlson'o Eldorado, Kan., June two days of testimony i" rne case of Jessie for the mnrdcr of Mi rested late jesterday al oerense will, it ia sai prise In the introductM denee not adduced at When Slim Morrison toJ Deeemler List to tell 1, me ratal n mi . rivaL she testified that Mi called her to the house ail trouble. At that time at - Morgan, a peddler J that he heard Mrs. CasthJ as Miss Morrison was house, and call her in. w.-il .Morgan could not be font now Ha id the defense has and will put him on the st;i new witnesses may lie lntJ the defense to sustain the pi defense. 1 The evidence yesterdnv J me aeath-bed statement of tie, In which she accuses risen of calling unon her beginning a quarrel and then! her with a razor, and the intrl or witnesses who deseritie.1 at the rastle house on the mo3 toe nght. ' A vocnff- ladv who was treated focoTer two years for epUepsy by two doctors was girca up to die. I found that her sickness was not epilesy. but nervous troubles, due to menstrual derangements, and prescribed four of Dr. Chase's Hcrre Pills a day. after meals and at bed-time. Since that time she has not hat a single bad speil. Her health has rapidly improved, she has gained about 1 5 pounds in weight, and I do not hesitate to sutethat Dr.A.W.Chane-s Nerve Pills have saved her life ana restored ncr to Mrs. Fawcett of Marietta St., St. CUirs-iit- t .... - " 1 have used Dr. A. W. Chase's Nerve PUls and can recommend them to others as a good sound reliable nerve and general tonic When I got the boa of the Pills 1 was complaining of aiervousness. weakness and pain through the shoulders -i in m dipestkm not over good as usual. The effect of the medicine has been very satisfactory indeed. So marked has been the change toward health and comfort I can conscientiously say they are fine and what they are represented to be. At my advanced age I feel I am getung all the benefit possible." Mrs. M. I. Hubbard of Railroad Avenue. Sistersville, W. Va-. salt : " 1 Ue A. W. Chase's Nerve Pill. I was n excitable, unable to sleep. I had not taken the medicine long when f Tn fT! steady and strong my physical strength and energy back and my slep ound and natural." . , See that the portrait and signature of IJr. A. W. Chase are on every boa. Price 5 cents a box. Six boxes for 15. Manu tactured by the Dr. A. W. Chase Mediane Co., Buffalo, N. Y. AT HIK CAPIfAh neavy anows hare fallen In lUvarlan awl Trroivan Alp. Mad d.g r killing h-p and -attte near AlUaaj. Ky. Oklahoma millern are arranKlns to us 1).1.111,1111 .til for f uL . .,,rl t l ulon. !-. William Bug- hntt was Silted tr MUton Clemoua. The Methodist rbur-h at Luray. Kan was struck t.y Uhiniu and burned. ..i 1.1 win. the turfman, is sH X iii .d fearu f .r hia tewwr are entertained. J T. Barb,nr, hed of the firm of Bar bour & Sons, thread manufacturers. Is d'! rruw and Prlni Hatxfeldt are In Sao Fruoieo. ppesumaWy for the purpose of The rtxth annual convention of the a . , , i lwuat.kSx a JM I H ttonal Wholesale un'i . in a. -ms ton at Cincinnati. l-hyslclana examined and declared Jw (iaD.-hvx. a murderer wnteue.-.! to die Jul.T 5 at Santa Fe, -N. M.. to a ... .... ki. !nalixel the birth f.f hi y.- iwiuinz a nkaw emumutmn Suffering Women case of Frank Iof- mi . 1 -ti-i-t " a uuu V'hn n od i a . v " a ouui hiiii inaro nrii 1.111.,. 1 a oy Epworth League Officers. iiau Willie been an ordinary bankJnf 7 v 'rleet? an"ual convention verdict recommending that Brown be rupt he would have kept back enough Inland kZlTJ? 0t- be Rich- "'e ffrand orTJrdS of the to hipants krim cCt?'!? week'" SST Lf' llST, Lj.-. Ther waa 1 XZ ' "f: . e-uiu.iug nouses closed. Itussians Are IHsappointe. C Taa a .. x eicrsniirff, June 'U TlSia er of Jacksonville, a gambler &eneral HapfHintment at the fa.it distrkt- "uuiwr uHHjnter, Instead of al has henn n.l.i. . .,. . . I . .v . kj iue Pnnutol.l.i t' ir i - Tuesdaj night on Chester M. Lane's Kauioung nouse, last nigh, returned 1 I . . " ""1'" "uu u'3 shoes shmed, but he is ,,.,t ' evenintf. that kind rf 1 . ... ance and the moo ! : f . " tuuvn a - . uur it ever held. The fol- start life anew. rV. . ,MT. rep elected: Centerville: i rt C. H. Bmwn rT: XT1,,nT.rn,M. mn Evans Our Indiana ix .lis Correspondent Has An InwretitiiiK Itudjtet- Indiamiitolls. June '. SPiiator Bev- erdige has not Iteen K.?e-p iu making aiiHintiuenis to ortice. lie h:'s shown exceptional ginnl seuss viewed from his own tiiudioiiit in selecting his three prim-ipal otticera the . pension agent. United States marshal and rev enue collector for the Teire Haute He has secured a valuable ally in A. O. Maisu, pension as'"1, because no man has uiore Influence with the old soldiers than he. and Senator Iieverldge, viewing the matter from a selfish standpoint, needed to pet behind him the support of the older members of the party and the the pumshnW of the riotous stu.lents. James F. Ahearn of New York shot hi wifeV lulse. and then sent a bullet throua tin own brain. b " found. In a siveeeh at lixhaven. F.mperor W ill latn vs recent deevlopmenta in t hiua in dicate that peace vlil soon reign in ail .... .11. ... .1 ho was shot bj- the f-L 1 1 ia,,,,, .t Iterkeley. Cal., Is dead Adaa to in the county jail ... .. ... II Brieadler General Jnn . i ureiim. known veteran of the Civil war. i .,... the Ulinoto ate hoBi.ltal for the maue al winoaa Iake auditorium today 2T araduati-a from the common schmds of k. . ....1 ...1 .l.i.l,. inns. It is the eliwauw-. in ill iar)eet.i " .... ..,..k ..t the Yonncstown ) . .;.7. r.,l. c.raimny is to U- lncrens.4 iriu - - , 'iu,... 4,Uitit-u t IintVlai iiiiuu to t Hnmciim- Hnn't DeSDa!r! Thl is or mestre to weak UOli I it3f" suffered and found relief. Here is assurance f belp ton, on who ha suitered an 1 fined to my bed for days. , ntlnnll y and rophy -For about ten J ' ' ''Z "Ba flnxlly the doctor. Uld ni rhntrlana I continued to K"w J,?0 ? iUuld iot snbmit to Uila. medicine I ever found. " w u eeeary to take the P, ow 1 had nufTered eo nutch. 1 i1 1 1,,!.,, pieaaure In reconunenit- ll amSl. t "' ' rlVa fneiof a pxal medicine. -tug Ur.WUliama-luk Tula to an RUKLl K!f ERt-K . l urln- i' Y (Signed) hi.h day of February. I(k But-cribed and .worn to before m. thl. tW (skaM Or. VJilliamsVPintt Pills f op Pale People 25 5 C raSKT.Sr.WIi2 S5 S-" "'"2 rJK5 one to two 111 ..p extensive additions plant which the company Alfnt General Corbin left Vashlnj:ti. tiKlay for the Philippines, where he is t- make a itaklal lnsHtion of mil.tary eon dltions aid ne.d. for the iH-ronal inf .i , of the president and the secretary ma of war, It cons mark tmuinJ u e w , ureennoid. RF At JE :?Tift"T3BK3BS " rrepared by Thomas J. Newkirk abstractor of titles, oflioe at the court house. Sarah J. Endsley and husband to Eliza II. Turner, the undivided one eighth part of south half of northeast quarter section 30, township U,range 1, Kl) acres, $300. Eliza A. Turner to Eliza II. Tur ner, the undivided one-eighth part of city should be rat -me Patron.tcm ; ,;i ir. failing otr both" : r " wjr "rid; u.ii t oi sellers and buyers. Last year the revenue to the city from the sale of stalls was fill less than it was the ymr b f OT". ''Wtille the eity 'lp:ia!SW1' &AV"-Kii.n " I 1. T.. lvP .... t , . ; .i the market master's salary. There is no economy for our citizens in the public market so far as prices are concerned. The groceries sell vege tables, poultry, etc., just as low as they can be bought in the market, and thev nav tax for the privilege. The public market has not increased south half of northeast quarter sec- , . , . , tion 30, township 13, range 1, 80 market gardening here. Compara- j;U;0 F h ' tively few country people attend the Abram W. Turner and wife to Eliza public market fewer every year. I II. Turner, the undivided half inter Counting the interest on the invest- est of the south half of northeast ment in the .'rounds and huildimr quarter section , townsnip ; , . , , . i " range 1, SO acres, f 1,500. unu tne cos oi Keeping up me mar- Fretlerick W. Layman to George ket, including the market master's I Howland, lot 25 in Pugh Williams salary, Richmond is wrtainly iying and Henries addition to Centerville. a hitrh price for the luxurv of a oublic I ' I t- 1 . 3 V . . . 1 . 1 jv. ocu iivu iiuu uuuiuu h; Frederick W. Layman, lot 25 in Pugh Williams and Henries addition to Centerville, ft J. E. Harris and wife to William B. Pierson, lots 39, 40 and 41 in Hugh Moftitt's addition to Richmond 1,000. Sarah Taylor to Edward Schlenker and wife, part northeast quarter sec tion 3, township 12, range 1: $d00. John C. Morris and wife to Chas W. Crabb, the eat half lots out of northeast quarter section 2.l, town ship lb, range 12, 31-100 of an acre Charles W. Crabb to Margaret El Iabargcr, part northeast quarter sec tion 2y, 16, 12; 150 John O'Loughlin and wife to Chas C. Harlan, lot 7 in William Baxter's addition to Richmond: flHK). Lily Crotbaus to Herman R. Grot- haus, part lot 4 in Oakland; f 1,500. John B. Pougan and wife to Fan nie M. Gray, the undivided half of part lot la2, C. V. Starr s addition to Richmond; f 2,000. Cures Cancer, Blood Poison, Eating Sores, Ulcers Costs Nothing to Try. Blood poison or deadly cancer are the worst and most deep-seated blood diseases on earth, yet the easiest to cure when Botanic Blood Balm is used. If vou have blood tioison, priducing ulcers, bone pains, pimples, mucous patches, falling hair, itching skin, scrofula, old rheu matism, or offensive form of catarrh, scabs and scales, deadly cancer, eating, bleeding, festering sores. swellings lumps, persistent wart or sore, take Botanic liiood iiaim (B. B. B.) It will cure even the worst case after everything else fails. Botanic Blood Balm (B. B. R) drains the tioison out of the system and the blood, then every sore heals, making tne blood pure ana ricn, nu ouuu- ing up the broken down body. B.B. B. thoroughly testd for 30 years. Sold at drug stores, $1 per large bot tie. A trial treatment sent free by writing Blood Balm Co., Atlanta,Ga. Describe trouble and free medical ad vice given until cured. Botanic Blood Balm does not contain mineral poi sons, or mercury (as so many adver tisHl remedies do), but is composed of Pure Botanic ingredients. Over 3 OitO testimonials of cure by taking B.B. B. A North Carolina Inct lent, LaOrange. N C.. Jnne 20.-D. B Jones, the negro pruncher who It la al- attemijted to commit an assault on Mrs. Xoah Davis near LaGrange was taken from the guardhouse here and lynched. Little can be learned . "grange or the affair, save that during the night eries of distress and secretary t;u n'Zl1."' a"",s ere ueard and It wa treasurer. Mlsa K ' ' m"" 'JfT1'! foun,, tbe lockup had been broken int Richmond: iunior Q.rV;"?.":-!' I aud tUe nero dteaptreO. Many private and ot,..r 4. have thereby been rmsot ti. i. tieians anticipated amnesties. de- wuus, rerorms and society fetes, a me laxnavfrs -. i.v...i to the remission of Important Ttal lvl1 Wilr veteran, lie made no mis taxes, important stat take fmm a 1MWHOUM, Btandn.ilut In get- ting Harry B. IVttit on ma sine oy Itamora of ki.,. I appointing him Unite.1 States marshal. rhir. r.. " ZT ' 1 fnr rolibly the wily man strong ,m --negotiations ari " . the Eievonth district to beat DAILY MAKKET ltKl'OItr D-.iit..0 Prices For CJrain. I'rovix- . .-. ioua and Livestock on June 1. Indianapolis Grain aiul l.ivestock. Wbeat Wagon, t5Sc; No. 2 red, CSc. 1'oin-Flrm; No. 1 mixed. 4.V. t'lata Weak; No. 2 mixed, 2NV(tC Cattle timet at Hogn- Steady at jj.Weak t $J.i;i...o. Ijiuiba steady at ?a.Cfet-' KA V IM m V J I I 1 I II 1 I If r 1 1 1 -s a question worthy of serious vice-present, Miss Lilll deration vlmiho. . lrr,hZ,. .V. . s f1"1 - .... . mn piioiic "'""wuu, iniru viee-nret!;.? set in this r-it ....t.i . I Prof. Iiamv rr.pr?Mfn said to be in proirresa for a ...,ki i me electrical business which MaJ. Steele for the wiiKrcssional nom- ni . . . ... include th I :.,,..,... "" inatlon. and mat is eoiuutiervu ... me'isnrc of strength. " ' - and con-i ; "w,,"ujj lourtn vice Hi.juei., jiiss Minnie I. fTi. shrewd and Besides, influential combinod oarnin,.. r . he Is a very panles la ovr :i nr rV vomt politician. Again, in tl apintment market. The fact seems to bo fairly established that interest can not lie increased in the market. To the con trary, there is tangible evidence that it is decreasing. In view of these facts is it a reasonable proposition tj increase the cost of this market? Would it not be more reasonable to vo.i:idcr the propriety of abolishing it alto. ether? To get at the proper thing to do it is not necessary to find out what other cities have done or can do. The question for us to con sider is what is best for Richmond, and the best guide in this, as in al' other matters, is experience. Who has not heard of Colonel Jack Chinn, the famous Kentucky turf man? The colonel has probably ab sorbed as much Bourbon whisky as any man in the blue grass region and that means a god deal. The other day, in New York, he was in vited by a lot of boon companions to take a drink with them at the Hot! man nouse bar. 'What will you have?" was proposed to the co'onel as the guest of the party, and they were paralyzed by the following re ply: . '"Mineral water and nothing else, unless it le sarsaparilla. Down in Kentucky there's a little blue-eyed woman who has stuck to me through thick and thin. She's the best woman in the world, gentlemen, and the most patient, and the most forgiving. Three months ago she told me that all the trouble that I have ever hail was caused by whisky. I agreed with her. She suggested that I quit it. She did not command me to leave it alone. Had she done that, such is the working of the masculine mind, I would probably be stat ding here with a brown bottle at my elbow. She just suggested that I cut it out sort of intimated it would be a good thing for the Chinn family. " 'Youv'e had a pretty good time during your sojourn on this earth, colonel, said she, 'and I've got an idea in my head that from now on you will be better oil divorced from strong drink. "I pondered over her words, and that same night I went to her and said: 'My dear girl, I've quit. No more for me.' She didn't say a word. She just reached up and pulled my face down, and gentle men, to my wife, if you please." The party did not insist, or sneer at Col. Jack. They took of! their The 31st regiment, U. S. V. I., was mastered out at San Francisco, Cal., yesterday. The regiment contains quite a number of Richmond and Wayne county boys. . srtmHXlne J condition for the American Derby, which is to be run here next Saturday. .Every one of the 1,000 stalls is occupied or en gaged for the season of speed which will terminate July 20, and the men who will care for these animals would outnumber a full regiment of aoliliers. A MIXED CIIO WD Various Political Sect Get Together For Itryan. Kansas City, June 20. "The Allied third party" movement, which Its pro moters hope will result before in a national organization strong enough to name 'a presidential nominee, was launched here yesterday afternoon. It was the outcome of a conference of reformers from the ranks of the old parties, and Its principles are said by Rome to have been adopted with view to fitting the views of William J. Bryan. The conference was called by Lee Merrlwether of St. Louis, who with 22 other St. Louis leaders In the public ownership party of that city, came to Kansas City after a visit to Mr. Bryan at Lincoln, where the Intentions of the delegation had been laid before the Nebraska statesman. Mr. Bryan, It was stated, had expressed sympathy with the movement, if he had not gone so far as to support it. At the con ference there were Populists of all persuasions, public ownership advo cates, free silver Republicans, Social Ista, Single-taxers and Bryan Demo crats. It was stated that It was pro posed to form a third party in Mis souri, which should finally be taken up by the dissatisfied in the old parties from other states. IX POOK LO'S BKMALF President la Asked to Withhold Ilia Proclamation. Washington, June 20. Former Con gressman Springer, who is counsel for the Kiowa, Comanche and Apache In dians in their suit to enjoin the sec retary of the Interior from opening up to settlement the reservations In Ok lahoma, has filed with the president a memorial praying that he exercise his discretion under the law and with hold the issuance of his proclamation for six months after the final allot ments to the Indians are made, and thus give congress an opportunity to repeal the present law. The memorial aaya that Lone Wolf, one of the chiefs of the Kiowas. Is a Baptist minister, and that others of the Indiana are Christians, and prays that the presi dent will not send these men back to tell the members of their tribe that a Christian country would defraud them of their lands. Mr. Springer says If the lower court refuses an injunction the case will be carried to the auj rcme court of the United States. - Interwtitur. If Tme. Denver, June 20. It is said that a gigantic scheme is under way to trans fer the railroad of the United States to the government. A Western finan cier declares that within a few years the Rockefeller. -Harrinian. Vander- bilt, Gould and Morgan interests would turn over to the government every line of railroad In the country, the govern ment to pay the total value of about f 10.iai&WiiuO, a string of banks, con trolled by the same interests, to fin ance the deal. ' ProBoer la a Jam. London, Jane 20. Thousand of peo- Larirest In the Country. wer, aPPJna tne capacity ror prouuction wm ne-r appears at very large, Fatal Fire At Be Loais. St. Louis, June 20. The J. B. Sickles company saddlery plant was destroyed by fire which broke out at 2:15 this morning. The fire was preceded by an explosion In which the company's pri vate watchman lost his life. The ex plosion shattered the buildings for blocks around. I of John It. Bonncll as revenue coi- r r..e Hi.. Terre . mute district, he . . .. ....... .braC 1 ' - J .V. k. . n . ' I . . -.. ....... -;.,-:n-,?s: xoungstowo, .. -"" .V.', jSvt, , J. a --... ' '"tVlrlup mi-e ior tue liepmtiK-nn nomi- tlon for clerk of the supreme court present to afford an ad vantageous opening for a dark horse. The avowed candidates. Messrs. Hat field of BlulTton. l'Mtzpatrick of Tort land, and Xeal of Xoblesville, are ham pered in a peculiar manner. Messrs. Hatfield and Fitzpatrlck have entered into a lively "scrap" Iwtween them selves which may mean the political suicide of lxth, while Mr. Xcal is ham pered by the race for the Republican nomination for auditor of state that is being mad- by David Sherrkk of No blesvllle. 'i Ids contest Is by no 'means amicable, as both Mr. Xeal and Mr. Sherrlck lay claims to the Hamilton county vote in the convention. ' t or Koine time a. m. iiiggins, a bright young Republican leader of Terre Haute, has been mentioned as a probable candidate for the Repub lican nomination for clerk of the su preme court. Mr. Higgins, while hero last night, put these rumors at rest "I shall not be a candidate." he said. "as I am very busy practicing law If I intended to be a candidate I should be 'laying my fences now. as I think there is an advantage In get ting promises early in a fight." War Red nook Out. Washington, June 20. The American Red Book for 18tH, comprising the for eign relations during the eventful pe riod of the Spanish-American war, has just made Its appearance. It contains an exhaustive summary of the official correspondence. Perjury Is Charged. Kokomo, Ind., June 20. Norman Fry and Aoren Mctxiy of Russiaville have been arrested on a euarge of perjury. It Is said these men swore falsely in the case of the state against Rob! son, who Is on trial heiA,- as an accom pliee of John R. Mason In the illegal sale of liquor at Russiaville. Their arrest has caused a sensation in the western part of tne county, and has engendered bad blood. Mckum Outdone. Frankfort, Ind., June 20. S. C. Har lamon of this city has patented what he claims to be a perpetual light, or a chemical light. It burns in a glass globe, similar to an electric light. He was recently offered $10,000 for per mission to manufacture the light, and it Is now said that he has accepted the offer, although he declines to make a statement. Mr. Harlamon la almost 75 years old. But One Left It. bind. Sullivan, Ind, June 20. Frank Wil son of Jackson Hill, out of the 30 men volunteering from this county for ser vice in the Philippines, is the only man who loat his life. Perry G. WU son, his brother, who enlisted with him and was standing by his side when he was killed, will return home tomor row, with the other members of the 31st Infantry from this county. Will L4ve to Kepent. '.terre Ilaute, IniL, June 20. Miss Clara Miller attempted to commit sui cide with morphine, but was discov ered, and after an all-night effort she was brought out of danger. A young man who had been calling on her ceased his visits, and she became despondent. Child Killed By a Train. Valparaiso. Ind, June 20. Emma. the 5-year-old daughter of Michael Goevch of Whiting, was struck by the alparaiso accommodation train and instantly killed. The little one was playing alongside the track and the engineer was unable to stop in time. Color Line Close MilL Muncie. Ind, Jnne 20. The Republic Iron company last night closed down Its big nut and bolt works here be cause hair of the employes struck Tuesday when Superintendent Adams pot a colored man to work among them In the finishing department. Dynamite Let Go. English. Ind-. June 20. Gus Seig and George Moser. employed in the stone quarries at Mill town, were terribly In jured by the premature explosion of dynamite. Wheat June .... J uly .... Sept. . . . Corn Jnne .... July Wept. Oats June . July ... Sept. . . l'r June ... July ... "Sipt. ... Oct. lOp.-ueU. j Cloal .1 ... ' .1 .!'; .! -i O.-v-Si , --h:4 , . 'l .4:0 4 -l .4:1 -43- .4491,1 . ,. ... j .27 ..I j 14 NO , . 14 .S7 j 14 si) - ,' "-' ) 14 Iff Tho Kind You Have Always Donfflit. .JJ iu use for over SO yours, Has borne the s J f and lias DPCiiinauoi" - 'ST- sonal supervision since its Inlancy. Irs Js-. ,...t. 4 . .1 .r i v n vou iu tlilrt. All Counterfeits, Imitations and; " J ? '"jj fg Experiments that trille with and endanger 4 lie It Infants and Cuutlren-Kxperience against lpetlmcnb What is CASTO i It MA 4(7 H 1.1 8 )7 James II. Melntosu, national bark examiner, of Connersville, was here today. It Is now d4finitely nrnler- stood that he will continue to serve as hank examiner during McKlnley's second term. He formerly was clerk of Fayette county and has held a good many alministrative positions of trust and responsibility In that county. Frank Doran of Ijiporte. who is making a hustling race for the Repub lican nomination for auditor of state, was here yesterday. He said that he has leen enjoying an outing at Bear Lake and expects to return there as soon as the sitting of the Laporte coun ty board of review Is emled. Informati4n comes from Fort Wayne that Frank E. Lewi of that city has been officially notified that he has I4lcm deslguate4l for examination for a lieut enancy in the regular army. He is a clerk in a railroail office at Fort Wayne ami quite popular among attaches of the state's military establishment Wine ltoom Tragedy. Fort Worth, Tex., June 20. Henrv Moore, a foreman In the shops of the Fort Worth and Ienver railroad, shot and killed his wife and H. II. Russell in a wineroom in this city last night. Moore traced his wife to a saloon and there fouml her with UusselL He beat them frightfully with the butt of his pistol, after which he began shooting. His wife was dead when found and Russell died in a short time. Moore was arrested. t oo , u-r f"i tins On His Scale. Mexico City. June 20. It Is estimat ed that lO.OoO American -ollars have been counterf"ttel and sold at a heavy advance over their intrinsic value by the gang with which Jose Frias Is charged with being connected. It is eald that an Immense number of American dollars have been coined at the mint In Chihuahua and circulated in the United States. Clonlntf cash nmrk4-ts Wheat, 4H.'V4e; corn fctMc; 4ats. :Vmc; pork, fll.xi; lard, $4.U?: .-lbs, $M.i. Louisville Grain and Livestock. Wheat So, rei unii luiiKlerry, 74ie, Cora N. 2 white, 47c; No. 2 iuir,l, 44i Oats- N. 2 imUm1, :ilVac; No. -J ivliac, aac. CiittU' Strong at .i.t4rSir..2.'i. Hobs Steady at .".4Xi(i4i.iio. Sheep Quiet at 92.M.Kr3.2T. Lambs Steady at $4.4XKlij.Sa. Cincinnati Qratu and Livestock. Wheat Imll; No. 2 rel, 7k C'oro Stemly; No. 2 mixed, 4.'i1-ic Oats Imll; No. 2 mixed, 2l'--. Cattle Jui,'t at $2.si0iif.'i.2.i. Hoifs Active at 4.2Hfti.4i7Vi. Sh-. jStrwnjr at iFU.iVi, :!.;.". Laiuos Active at Hiftiij.idi. ' Chicago Livestock.. Cattl4 Ktetuly; steers, $l.2Ty.X2j; rt. $3.00015.00. Ibijra Steady at $.'i.oi7rt.l2. S14H- Steady at .'.."Hti4..",. Larnlis Steady at $l.'J.Va.").l."). stock New York Li veto.-k. Cattl4 Active nt $:i.2."Ki5.f40. Bogs Firm at $4.iitftti.44. Sh-ep Stendy at S3.2.VU 4.410, Lauilm Firm at $4.7,V(ii.Mj. Rust Buffalo Livestock Cattle Steady at :i.2.v,,(i.iio. Hops A.tive at $4.2Ti6ji;.ir. Sh4H-p Steady at $...VS.,4. 10. Lambs-liuli at $4.U04i4.75. Castoria Is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, i a It is Pleasant. 1C fiiibstiiiice. Its age is its gruaraiitce. unii allays Keveriwliness. It 'Jf Jill " ' - l'lllrmi! m ii.m.i i Tlie CUildri ' " Jr-w-J natural r . ij CASTO R I A ; ALWAYsi JSears thn Siimafiirn f f. mrm.) W J& Je CUildreu'i Xi CENUINC If" Ml ' i00 The Kind You Ha?e Always Bought In Use For Overdo Years. Toletlo Craiiw Wheat rnll; cash, 7'iv; Jnly 703;c Crulull; No. 2 enKh, 4,U;, Oat Firm; No. 2 eniu 2c. Vk'estern leitui Aroused. Bolmont, Tex June 20. Western ITfi is thorouirhly aront-d orer the recent kUIine of Sheriff Morris auul ' 7: Tb ordm AaH be for and erTt Glover and Constable sscnanoei by s. chnewt umdy Padxua ccor4uig Law AX ORDINANCE refifilrg Tnw'tn Pffarxhants; Provid- Ing for th Taxing. Llc timing and Pea ulatlng mt Transient Marchantsi flxino a Uoent' Fee; treating Clen for Ur. paid Ueaaa Fee and Providing Fo Tho Collaotion of Unpaid License Fees Sec. I. Be it ordained bv tbe Conmnn Coiuirit rf tne city Kictiiocmd lBd.,Utat it hail be uniawfui for (ranucnt merchants to eiteaee in. do or transact anv business, ah such, without tun obtaining a bcense a beremaf ter provide d. oec. a. Anv transient nierchant dtsinnr to enrage in. do or traaact tisiics in the city of Kicbmoud hH file hi application for licence lor tnat purpose 'w ne tfera oi aia city of Kicnmond, wbicb appU catMm hii Mate his name, his proposed place of txistness, the kind of bu&uiess prooosed to be con Uucted and the length of time for which he desires to (w business. Such transient merchant, if he shatl desire to trans act basiness, shall pay t said city cierk of said city of rMcamoDO a ticeasc lees ten dolUrs tax i dt dav tor the hrst ten days, or any part thereof fur whtch application is made, and in aU cases after said ten days said fee shall be ten dollars ($ie per d y for each day after said ten days: aud the clerk shall thereupon uwe to said transient merchant a license to do business as such at the place described tn hu apptication, for the kind of business described there in, and for the length of time for which payment was aae No license shall be eood (br more than one oerson. aalesa such persons shall be os tarmcn : nor fur mon man one place. 3- , person, either as principal or agent. do snail tn any manner eneazc tn. d or transact any business a a rransient Bacrchant without hrst ob- tained a license as hereubrtbre provided, or who shall conduct any sale, or who shiil sell or expose for sale, any good, wares mt merchandise contrary to the prxmssons of this ordinance, or shall advertise re present or notd forth any sale -of goods, wares or merchandise, to be conducted contrarv to the nrovi- Stons oi Uus rdinanc, &iiall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor and shall, upon conviction thereof, be iute the mayor or any cost t of competent j utimIk. tion be fined ca any sum less than fifteen iil dollars a ir nore than twenty-five (as doOars. to which mar be added unpruuenienz for not less than ten io nor ore tnan tnurty jo j day- cc a- Should anv trannient merchant do business without nrst baring obtained a hcease so to do, as hereinbefore provided, then the amour t wtuth sbouid have been paid SO said derk of said city, by such transient merchant pursuant in the provtssun of this ordinance, together with a penalty of twenty-five 125, per cent upon sucn amount snail be a uen upon t&e good, wares and merchandise of such transient merchant and the treasurer of said city may as nay time e force the same by levy upon such god, wares and merchandise, and sale thereof, in the same man- as delinquent taxes are collected, and said treas urer shall receive the same fees as are allowed m cases of levy and sale fur dehnqnent taxes. Sec 5. 1 he word transient nserchant. when used in this ordinance shall mciude all persons. udtvd- is- co-partners and corpora toct, bwth pr&acipai and anu, who engage m, do or transact any temporary w uaioixui PTBwwrsn tm sa.ca city 01 RKBaoBa, iiai anjc, and for the purpose of carrying on such business nare, lease or occupy any buxkiuBg or structure for the exiubftxm and taie of such goods wares and mer chandise. aec o. AIS ordinances or parts of ordinances in conriftCt with this ordinance shall oe and the same are hereby repealed. Mexican outlaws. Large posses are pursuing the murderers and every aec tloa ofwest Texas between tte acene rasaed and approved by conned GEO. j Attest: tune W ZIMMERMAN. Mayor. une ty. rqm. KNuiXiLNbtkO CttyQerk. Jl J ILtlONS In Oil is fl1 made by thone who I V I purchased Oil Stocks in the R iifht Oil li- tnct at the Kurht Time at the Kiffbt Price. mana.ge4 by the FIRST 1LL0TMEIT OF TREASURY STOCK. the pimmlt ri the sale of which will be expended cm the development at the Company's different properties. Contracts for the drilling at wells hare Keen let. and work will be commenced at ice. The rro ovaized oil area beina: rap- Kiiy extended, the recent dis coveries having extended the limits at the own try , including Texas. Tennessee. Indiana. Kentucky. Oknt, Kanaas and West Virginia. WHT TOO SHOULD . BUT THIS STOCL BxinM K '. . - x- 11 iXll J Lit ieaoes oo 4CMHJ0 acre. 4 land " KicaieKl (Ml aiBtncX (Jf the states uted abore. GcesoM the money yna now inTest wiii be spent in devehrp. nff the Cumpaxij's ariuua properties. Mesas thnrw vW. stoclr at a Inw pritn make mormon profits when the shares appreciate in raiue and sell at or abnve par. Tins stack anv Benin at IM CUTS FEB SEISE win. when the money an derrred cuenura m trie dekrp meat now planned, sell at ilMj rr sham t . ' Treasury Stock at the price .wcmi.j w-uia per snare; is iknhed. after which tile price wiii be a4vaaced. Tfcla Btoe-k Is FoU rml amA siessailiia. Wire " WT7te n. tlw . . shares ysn wfch. Xoarder fug les than S shares win be ac cepted, fiend check, drait v BeT nrder savalik .. gcretarj. writs is fos rcu UVOUUTIOS. us Kmo 'She Ohio & Indiicvn Oil Company OF LOGANSPORT. IND. Va Capital rtocK.x fljOOOjOOO Shares. $1.00 Each Full Pajd and Non.Astetia.ble This Company mm and control rm-r 40.frT arre nf carrfully selected OU Lands tn the Great Oil Belts 4 Texas. Indiana, Ohio, Kansaa. Kentucky. Tennesan- and West V trgmia. Act ire operatirms already omimenced. 1 ne stuck i this Company offer. mducenientMsamwnded by sate-guard which caniv be secured in any her o.mpany nuw operating in tne mil fields at such favor able teraaa. OFFICERS: President FRAVK B. WrLkrwsoir. SSecretary and Treasons- Logans port Foundry Company. VUe T're.iJrmt-W F. Keksi.ii. Capitalist. Xugansnrs-t. Ind. " . Treantrer W. W. Rosa. ' Cashier First Natiuoal Bank. Loganp,t, Ind. Seereiarrfi. M. Veluft. In Tent ment Banker aad Broker. Lugaaannrt, Ind, DIRECTORS: J-P- R. Keely, Uma. Ohio. W . !. Watt. Ind iana sti is. Ind. Jenks. tansport. lad,' JC1?'!"1- ""anapnrt, fnd. 'Jiikmson, Lt-giosp-irt. Ind. LrxransptJrt. Ind. 9-Logansptjrt. Ind-b-,MV'tb"-. IKraiy.t. Ind. . L,-"l,P"rt. Ind- F-TnaitBsan, Loganaprirt. Ind 1 L.anport. Ind. Jas. T. Cwkburn. La;aaanurt. lad. - FIELD MAJIAGKMKXT: L. C Xeely. President The XeeJy CWer Co. OU Producers. St. Marys. Obu JKr5i ?rnl SP-. Oh and Indiana Cnoli- dated Natural aad liiuminattng aa c, Lima. O. E. R, Cnrtm. Former neneral Manager Manhattan Oil Company. Lima. Ohm. P' Je"te: I-"cal Manager Loiranvpnrt and Wabasb alley Ua Com pan j-, Loacpirt. Ind, F" 5?lki??, Pwit Indiana Hob Bkk Company. S1- od Secretary and Treaaorer L.aaa Irt t otiiuiry Company, Ix(ian.purt. ImX. BETZBCXCEs: First Xatkaul Bank. City Nataaial Bank. Logaaapurt fata Bank. Lotnasaart. Ind r FtiH Iniormatkn Write or Apply to lad. I ) t I i -.