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PUBLISHED EVEiiY SATUDAt. GEEEXVtLLE. : MISSISSIPPI. REVOKE THE GRANTS Brooklyn Striker Carry the Day With the CiTio Authorities. CURRENT COMMENT. A rBonesT against the denudation of the forest of the country for railroad tic baa been sent to the department of the interior. It was estimated in official circle that the income Ul would yield about K6.00O.OUO tbia year and that abont 100,000 penon and corporations will have to peyjt. Tat National Baseball league season of 165 will open on Thursday, April Is, according to the schedule which President Young baa prepared and will abmit for approval to the next league meeting. It ha been discovered that 1,000,000 spurious ail ver dollars are in clrcnlation in Spain. The coins are of full mint weight and Sneneaa The Spani&h offi cial aay that the dollars are made in France and America. Tukbb are abont 1.SU0 Indiana in the (age tribe, and the government hold in trust for tbem the sum of $8,V,0C0, or over ti,500 per head. Nevertheless they are supported at public expense, like so many destitute persona A roT of gold containing f "AOfiO in eoin was dug up by Mr. Pre Drew, sawmill owner, near Uollomlale, 30 miles from Greenville, Mis. It Is sup posed to have been buried there by I'apt Banfield during the late war. Tur National Hoard of Trade, re eentlv Id aeasion at Washington, urged the importance of making the govern ment crop reports more trustworthy uch reportsdoing more harm than good when they are not entirely accurate. Coxsidkkaw.e excitement was occa sioned recently by the finding of the petrified body of a man that measured 30 feet long, on Thorn Itaker s farm near the Monroe-Appanoose county line, about 20 miles south of Albia, la. THE KMOJSIMTIM IT CITY BILL (eaapltls ran attes)dee. strikers V U4 Ike MvUeee s Aaaessbllac Wksl the ato lake OceVs Snu. Tiixrjc are over ti.OOO licensed saloons in New York city and at least 40,000 barkeepers. This necessitate a bar tenders' college, where the men go to learn how to mix drinka The cot In the mixed drink art Is i-'i, with SiW extra for a book of recipes Tnis agricultural depsrtment at Washington baa twined a bulletin to farmer informing them how to feed stock. The department ha estimated that up to last November upwards of 46,000,000 bushels of wheat had been fed to their animals by the farmers. A bkkacu of very considerable mag nitude has appeared in the ranks of the American Protective association, and a complete reorganization of that body along new lines la among the probabilities of the near future. A convention of the seceder has been called to meet tn Chicago February 13, and at this convention the future of the organization will probably be de cided. Bsooklts, N. Y., February &. Darely two thousand people assembled in front of the city hall yesterday afternoon and the grand demonstration planned bv the strikers to overcome the civic au- thorites was a failure, at least a far as force of numbers wsa concerned. Master Workman Connelly had an nounced that twenty thousand people would certainly be present and perhaps doable that amount. Mayor Bchieren at the eleventh hoar decided that his proclamation of two weeks age order ing citizens to refrain from congregat ing oa the street or squares oi me cuv is still in force and ender the directions from him the police cleared city hall square of the crowd which assembled in response to the order of Connelly and others of the executive committee of the strikers. That? lenreal PetKU Ureal The men are highly indignant at action of the authorities tn refining them the time-honored right to assemble for the purpose of petition and prayer fur relief from unjust usage- While they were rebuffed by the burly police men in front of the city ball, their leader entered alone by the rear and was oermitted to carry his bundle of petitions to the councilSchamber, where the board of aldermen, after a brief discussion, passed by a vote of ten to eight, tbe resolution prayed for, snd revoked the grant to the Ilrookiyn City and Atlantic Avenue Trolley com paniea The action of tbe board, even if itet- csnes the mayor's vote, which is not likely. Is not expected to have a serious effect on the companies. The power of the board of aldermen to summarily voke the charters granted common carriers is questioned, and the alder men themselves are somewhat hazy is to how to enforce their action. Should the proceedings before the attorney- general in Albany result in the forfeit ture of the company's charter, the ac tion of the cominonn council yesterday would become operative, but otherwise It will have little effect. No Chases laith situation. Aside from the gathering at the city hall there was no change in the sltua tlon. Two or three assault upon mo- tormen and conductors were reported and several collisions between trolley cars and truck occurred. One motor- man' wassent to the hospital with sralp wound inflicted by strikers and tbe po lice furnished the surgeon with two esses of scalp treatment. The resolution now goes tl the may or who, it is expected, will veto it. The board, to pass it over his head, will need a two-thirds vote. THE WEEK'S WORK IN CONGRESS sopeat of the rim4lMi Botk Hoaw sad Senate. The following Is a synopsis of the proceedings of both branches of con gress fur the past week: :m( DAT The aeaaie. aiter ikm of two hours and a half. rauSeU the apauea treaty alter modifyuul 1KB" uu it terminable si Um expireuo ol one rear's aotu-e snd locideaiallj d'-icuMed the poller of the admiaiatratioa as eaunctaled T S tary tireaha- lathe sutler of ouertml M.iine duty ob suirar exported la this eouatry from Uermsay. The l tier, aUhouga enurtij ffl wra is the suiter before the senate. proveu to be oat of the sauat uteresua features w e dlems'". and showed that the eotir senate screed its the optaioa expressed by Atursey General Outer a a-lat last ex press! kjt the secretary of state, .tosasnci ksrlslauoa was screed upoa la either branch. IMS DAT. The aanc Quenuoa oeui the boards la the senate wua aoau K1 late result. Speaker Crisp rmuaud his eat. Is the house. Several srtva bills were passed sad the Faelfte railroad reruadins out disrussed. Saturday, February , was aamed aa a dav to hear euloeiea ea the Isle Seeator Yeaee. of North Carolina. Mrir Day. Senator Tellar opened the onaa- eiai dsbsw with a rtns-lUf speech attacking Oereland aad the secret rr of t- tress. -The credentials of Warrea S. Bees, as toey read, sit-aed kr Kolb as (ovsraor. wei pre tested to the senate for the seat sow occupied by Mums, of Alsbema, sad lei a spos ua table. The adminlstraUoa eurreaey biu are- peretl by the committee was reported to the house reeonuneadlBC the leeudatioa as sN forth In the recent president's messSKe. t Dav-A Bill called bp by Mr. Outh waits. democrat, of Ohio, u temporarily retire the rank ol lieoieaant-eeneral of the army was passed. The house continues the aucusatoe or the Pacific railroad raf undine bill Aa amend ment was adopted makint- the debt due the rutted suttee bear 1 ner cent latere!. n Dir. The leiulature, sxecutir aad Judicial appropriation bill was reported la the Louse from the appropriations committee. II carrlm s total or r: I -, helm; aa lacrease over the appropriations for the current year of tirr.aui The bill earrtea considersble sew letrUUtton. which Is, however, principally aua- httertal La character. Mr. Outhwslte presented the rale commit tee s order, sssixnlns iMesusy, neunesuay and Thursday of this week tor the considera tion of the administration currency Dill. Senator VUas reported la the senile from the Judlctsry committee a bill to permit As sociate Justice Jackson of the I'nlted Stales supreme court to retire, and asked for its Im mediate consideration, but objection was msde by Senator Aldrtch and the bill went over fur tc present Word ha been received at Chicago from the president of the V. C T. U., Mra Kicholls, of Prospect Adelaide, Houth Australia.thiit the adult suffrage bill has been carried, giving all women the right to vote on the same terms as men, and with no barrier to a seat In psrlismcnt The bill now only waits the queen's consent The bill was car ried by a majority of 17, being three votes to spare above the constitutional majority needed. Tun largest sailing vessel in the world will go to Baltimore, Md., in February to load her first cargo and begin unr first voyage from that port She will spread 10,000 square yards of canvas, and carry over S.0U0 tons of coal to San Francisco, a voyage of 11.000 miles. The vessel is the transatlantic f oar- masted screw steamer Persian Mon arch, of the Wilson line, between New Tork and London, nhe m now at rcw port News, Va, being converted Into a full-rigged four-masted sailing ship, It will cost 175.000 to convert the ship into a sailing vessel. Crkmatiok does not seem to be tnnch in favor with the French people. Since 1889, when the crematory was opened at Pere U Chaise, Paris, only 810 bodies have been cremated. The number, It Is true, shows an annual increase, but it is very slow. Thns there were forty- nine cremations in 1889, 121 In 1890, 134 In 1891, ISO in 1892, 199 tn 1893 and 148 in 1894 ap to the end of July. More than three-fourths of these cremations were gratuitous, the remains being mostly those of persons who nave died in the hospital, and have been bnrnod mostly at the request of the family, i WOMEN LEAVE The Lut Day of the Female Suf- fra4re Convention. 05E PARTY TOUEGG THE CAROLBAS The Seaeatbseau aeeec- - Shaw, la which the rnaeipsue gula SeOTaxe Were Clearly fcspo ded Waver '""- 1 CO. IF JUSTICE JACKSON RETIRES. Repreaentatlre Wilson, of West Virginia, slay He Appo'uled. WAsmsoToH.Kebruary 1. In the sen ate yesterday Mr. Harris, democrat, of Tennessee, Introduced a bill to permit Associate Justice Jackson, of the su preme court, to be retired. Gossips are already busy filling the vacancy thus contemplated, and several names are mentioned for the supreme bench In the event that tbe retirement shall take affect Huch retirement would give the appointment to President Cleve land, and the name of Representative Wilson, of West Virginia Is most prominent among thorn who are today being suggested for the position. It seems to be well understood that the president Is anxious to provide In some manner for Mr. Wilson, whose defeat In November will retire him from pub lic life temporarlally, at least, after the 4th of March unless some provision Is made for him. KNOWN WELL IN THE SOUTH. A Mnchly Married Kabbl Dismissed and Comes to Grief. Nkwark. N. J., February S. Rabbi Isaac Kaiser, of many wives, vas dis missed by the congregation ll'Xai Abra ham on Washington street yesterday. Ten trustees of the congregation unan imously agreed that he "cored more for women than for Holy Writ" Kaiser's lost venture In matrimony occurred while he was in Newbern, N. C, when he married the woman who is his third wife, and who Is now suing him for alimony. He appeared before Judge Mott yesterday and swore that he con sidered himself free when he contract ed .the lost alliance. .Judge Mott re served his decision. JUDGE JACKSON'S MALADY. The Utetlnfulshed Jurist a Constant sufferer-Returns to Ills Home. Thomasvii.le. Ga., February 1. Jus tice Ilowell 11 Jackson left this city in a special car yesterday for bis home in Tennessee. The justice waa accom panied by his entire family. He had taken a cottage near this city for the winter, thinking his throat and lung were effected. All trouble In these or gans disappeared entirely, but during the last two weeks the feet snd leg became swollen and the liver enlarged and dropsical. His friends thought it best that he should return to nis own home, as the trouble was not one to 1 aggravated by a colder climate. The patient suffers from an uneasy sensa tion about the stomach when he lies down, which necessitates his sitting up all the time, even at night NO SEPARATE COACH LAW. Tbe Kentucky Test Salt Ass Inst the LlK Decides the Law I'neonttltntlooal. Louisville, Ky. February 5. The case of Rev. W. II. Anderson, of this city, against the Louisville and Nash ville railroad was fin! bed in the United btates circuit court at Owensboro yesterday afternoon. The jury on in structions from Judge llarr found for the plaintiff In the sum of one cent, and assessed costs of court against the railroad company. This is a test case to decide the constitutionality of the Kentucky separate coach law which compels negroes to ride in coaches sep arate from white pe jple. This verdict declares it unconstitutional. Mr. An derson sues for 10,000. The case will be taken to the supreme court of the United States THREE KILLED. MANY INJURED. Fatal Result of a Boiler Explosion la a Providence lea Uousa. I'RoviDrscB. R. I., February 5. Pat rick Hehlr, fifty years old, snd his cousin, John Hehlr, thirty-five years old, and Michael I)ary, twenty-one year old, were killed and sixteen oth er injured by the explosion of a boiler at Earl Carpenter & Sons' lee houses at Mashapaug pond at 8:20 o'clock yester day. Patrick Heliir leaves a wife and nine children and his relatives leave a wife and three children. Sti.vta. February 4. Over three thousand people heard Eev. Anna How ard Shaw preach yesterday at the eloe- ing of the National American woman Suffrage contention, nail an uuu, fore the service began the door were -ii t the nublie a the crowd was t lanre. 6he spoke for aa hour anu a half. She said that ine suua- asked for nothing that was not perfect ly natural. God mode nature and it could attend to ite own affair without the aid of man- The delegate wu. tr gin leaving for their home today. Many of them will attend the Woman Council which meet in Washington in few days. Tonight a reception will be tendered the delegate at the Hotel Aragon and tomorrow a masa meeting of women will be held. A party com posed of nve delegate will make a tour of North Carolina and Virginia and de liver a series of addresses on woman uffrage. They will leave Atlanta for that purpose today. Several of the kelegate preached at different church es here last night and a religious con ference was held in' the Aragon parlor. ALL THE GOVERNORS INVITED. ream Every "into le I'artlelpmto la th f blrkamaura military 'rk Dedication. WaSWSutos, February 1 Secretary Lamont, in pursuance of the Act of Congress providing for the dedication of the Chickamsuga Military para un. ad dressed an Invitation to the governor of all the stales being the first eveut of a military character connected with the war to which the governors of all the states have been Invited. The invita tion reads: Cnder an Act of Conifress' approved Decem ber 14. 14. It is prorl'led that the dedication of ihe CbKkamauira and fhattanooira Nations! Militsry Park slisll take place st Cbickamsu rs Us. andCuattunootru. Tenn.. the HHa and tutbof September next, and that the secre ofwsr shall Invtie the yovernors of state snd their stufrt. and the survivors of the several armies en-Ked tn the hsttlea of Chtckamsuga and Chatunoos-a to participate In lb lnsuu rstloa ccremone. I hsrs therefore, the honor to request your presence snd that of your stsff, toe-ether with such further representation from your Hale as ih ift.isture thereof may see fit to suthor- lie, st such dedication. No appropriation has been msde by eonirress for puyin theeipeuses of iate reDresenutlres. It Is hoped however. that the state will make early provision for a large attendance of Its eliltens at this national dedication." Secretary Imont also addressed a letter to Speaker Crisp requesting the participation of congress in the cere monies. LABORERS' PRAISE FOR DIAZ. They Oreet Mexico's Attitude With latls-lactlon-tVar Probably averted. ClTT or Mexico, February i. About 4,000 workingmen marched through the streets of the city yesterdoy and even tually gathered in frontof the National palace. They greeted President Dial with loud cheers, and presented to him an address praising the government's attitude in the boundary dispute with Guatemala. In his reply the president said that tbe diplomatic controversy presented no new features as would render war inevitable. The enthusiasm with which ho was received, gratified the president greatly, and In private conversation, he told the workingmen' committee that he should always feel bound to them for their demonstra tion of loyalty. it is stated semi-ofliclally that the outlook for peace is more hopeful than ever, Guatemala having In the main agreed to Mexico's demand. MARYLAND WOMEN MANAGERS. A Pak-Amkricar congress of religion and education will be held during the coming summer In the United States, to which people of all religious beliefs Catholic, Protestant and Hebrew in every country of North and South America will be invited. The congress will lost one week, and have two gen eral sessions each day and ten section al meeting each afternoon. Many philanthropist and the highest digni taries of church and state of North America have promised co-operation. The fixing of the time and place ha been referred to a special committee. Tnr friend of Charles H. Hairy asked the Adam county (111.) court for an in qulsition as to his sanity. A jury was impaneled and a deputy sheriff was told to bring Hairy into court The deputy made a mistake and brought In a stranger, named Thomaa JNichol. Mr. Nichol, supposing he was wanted as a juror, sat quietly listening to the testimony. The jury voted that he v insane, and the sheriff took Mr. Nichol and locked him in a cell. He protested, but his complaint were unavailing un til be was searched, when some papers were discovered which led to his identl' ficatlon. THE DECREASE IN FAILURES. Dan A Co's. Report for lb Week and Year and Comparisons. Nw York. February . R. 0. Dun A Co., In their report of trad for tbe week says: ..! Failure durum the month of January hsve been much kse Important than ware appre hended and aggregate liabilities for twenty four days have been HO.Wfi .000, against 1311, S40 last year, only .479. lul being of manufso turlne concerns, sgulnst 10.124.50! lost year, and tS.tflS.'jST belnf trading concerns, against 111. 7M 28 Isst year. The heavy decrease, par ticularly la manufactures, will attract men tion. Failures in the past week have been SA In tbe United. States, against 170 last week and K la Canada against U last week. Tbe Seaboard Wrtwk Near Auburn, Atlarta, February 8. A bad wreck ooenrred on the ties board Air Line near Anborn, Oa., Thursday night : A freight train ' jumped the track and thirty car were demolished. The fire man was painfully but not fatally hurt The Death of Michael Kelly. . 1 Cbarlbstox, 8. ft, February Mi chael Kelly, a prominent iron manu facturer of this city died suddenly last night from a hemorrhage of the lungs. HI remains will be taken to New York for interment THE GREAT DISASTER IN COURT Bait Against the Owners of the Cratele to be Instituted. Losdox, February 4. The North German Lloyd manager here is of the opinion that it is quite competent to sue the owners of the steamer Crathie. The decision, he said, rested with the compan's ofiiicials in Hreinen. A long costly suit In Germany, England or in other lands was by no means Improb able. Will Appeal th Judge Lonf Pension Case. Wasuinoto, Jonuiiry SI, Commis sioner of Pensions Lochrenx says thnt be will appeal the case of Judge Long to the court of appeals of the District of Columbia as soon as judgment Is enter ed. Hpesklng of Jndge Kradley' deci sion, he said there is no basis either in law or logic for It Carolina Legislators Who are Not Needed IUi.eioii, February 5. Two repub lican members of the legislature were drunk yesterday and last night One of them wandered about and went Into I two or three private houses. The Caucasian this morning touched up the drunken members, saying they are not needed. T Protect American Interests, WASHiROtoN, Februarys. The cruis- r Ranger and Alert, now at Han Diego, Cal., will be dispatched to the west coast of Central America In a few day to see that American Interests are fully protected. Operation Begin la th Riles Factory. Warrm, 0., February 5. An agree' meat having been reached between the Nile tin plate manufacturer and their employes, the plant will be started this afternoon after a long idleness. Governor Hrown Appoints th l'smale Delegation to the Atlanta Exposition. Baltimour, February 5. Governor Hrown has appointed the following la dies to represent Maryland on the aux iliary board of managers of the Cotton States and International exposition to be held at Atlanta, Ga.: Mrs. William Reed, chairman; Mrs. John (Mil, Mrs. Curson Hoffman, Mrs. Enoch Pratt, Mra Henry Stockbridge, Mr. J. L, Shuff, Miss Elizabeth King and Mrs. Uitchie. He directed the secretary of state to issue the commissions at once. THE MOONSHINE MURDERERS. Two Implicated In tbe Assnsslnatlon of Henry Worley Plead Guilty. Atlanta, January 81. John Came and Sam Peoples, moonshiners Implies ted In the hanging of Henry Worley, an Informer, plead guilty In tbe Uuited States court yesterday. Worley man aged to slip the rope from his neck and escape but he was shot dead a few days later. It is presumed that Cerne and Peeples will be used by the govern ment in the murder case. DEATH OF WARD M'ALLISTER The Famous Society Leader Boecambs to the Dreaded Foe Nrw York, February 1. Ward Mc Allister, the well known society leader, died in this city at 0:30 o'clock last evening. McAllister was a native of Savannah, Ga., a graduate of Yale College, and a plain, interesting gentleman and a recognized leader in Gotham'sty. socie Field of Appomattox Into a National Park. Richmohd, Va., February i. Lee Camp Confederate veterans lost night Inaugurated the movement suggested by the Richmond Dispatch, to ask the government to convert the field of Ap pomattox into a national park. Dr. Pnrkhurst In the Editorial Chair. New York, February 1. Dr. Ches. H. Parkhurst, the celebrated reform di vine, assumes a position as editorial writer of the Ladies' Horn Journal, beginning with this date. WEEK'S NEWS CONDENSED. -Cherokee Kill- has been captured la Indian trri TT. aVuua t s - , i..;lt.t Secretary McAdooraspecuru the fleet at Fort Monroe Tuesday. j The steamship Lahn, which sailed for Europe Tuesday, carried gold. I The jury la the case of John F. Dore, the alleged Boston embezzler, has dis agreed. The daughter of Victor Vifquain, United States consul-general at 1-ana-ma, is dead. New York railroad official are of the opinion that the Pooling bill will become a law. There U abundant proof that the western pas agreement U in a totter ing condition. The treasury gold reserve was re duced yesterday up to the close of bu n to ,51M- Th tug Dickinson ho been sent from Chicago to search lor Hues-. steamer Chkcora. n w Thmn has been appointed re ceiver for the defunct Merchants' bank of Binghamton, N- Y. State Civil Service Commir-ioner an Fleet, of New York, ha sent hi resig nation to Governor Morton. Because the superintendent would not reinstate a discharged man, 128 miners struck at Mowequa, 11L The directors of the St Paul Com mercial Club have adapted a resolution against the Nicaragua tonal bill. The agricultural appropriation bill. carrying a total appropriation of 13, i7T,- 1S0, ha been passea in me nouss. On. was killed and several fatally in- lured In a battle between two gangs of ' outlaws near tNtcrea nean. jiiamuu, j. T. Vigo Anderson, the famou solo flu tist of the Thouiis Orchestra, commit ted suicide at Chicago Wedncstlay night It Is believed that Taylor, bouth Da kota's defaulting treasurer, is in South America, beyond the reach of an extra dition treaty. The Hawaiian correspondence called for in the resolution of the house of the 1st lust., wo laid before the house Monday and ordered to be printed. Two hundred guests at the Allen house, near the Chicago stock yards, were evicted by fire Friday night The hotel was destroyed. Loss, 40,000. Fifteen thousand dollars wa distrib uted among the two hundred employes of the co-operative horn manufactory of Congressman Conn st Elkhart Wed nesday night Burglars entered the bank at Vernon, small village west of New York, Fri day night and blew open the safe with dynamite. They secured in cash and some valuables. The terms of eighty-seven postmav ters at presidential ntttce expire during this month. The most important in the list Is Cincinnati. In March the number will hardly reach half a dozen. The Baltimore and Ohio Southwest ern, in conjunction with the Illinois Central, has put on a fast freight train between Cincinnattl and New Orleans, to run through in fifty-nine hours. President Fanre, of France, tried to enter a door leading to private apart ments in tbe Ely see palace yesterday, but not huving the password and not being recognized, was held as a suspic ious person. W, B. Ryan has received the ap pointment of general eastern joint agent of the Mexican international lnter-Oceanlc of Mexico, Mexican Nutlonal and Mexican Central lines, with headquarter in New York. Saturday, the 23rd lust, at s p. m. has been set apart for the delivery of eulogies of the lute Senator Stock bridge, of Michigan, In the house of representative. The afternoon'of Feb ruary iiuth for eulogies upon the late Representative Post, of Illinois. It is said on excellent authority that the Atlantic Coast line is preparing to lower the record between New York and Jacksonville, Fla., and to that end will in the very near future make an effort that will far surpass any of it previous efforts in the matter of redue- the time between the above points. Senator Mitchell, of Oregon, submit ted an amendment to the post office ap propriation bill providing that no clerk or letter carrier in the post office de partment shall be asked for his resig nation or removed from service until written charges shall have been filed against him. The Baltimore and Ohio express, from Cincinnati, wa wrecked at Woodcll, three miles west of Washington, Pa. None of the passengers was seriously injured. Ed Uobiuson, a brakeman. was killed, and Frank Kelly, a brake- man, was badly hurt The express col nuea wan a freight train. Ihe Investigation of the overtime claims of letter carriers in Boston ho been completed. There were 47i claims. which aggregated 1178,443. The report recommends the allowance of J17J,440. The claims of carriers In Providence, K. I., aggregate S'Jl.OOO. and ell ma in werlden, Mas., and two stations In flew York city have also been adjusted masing a total ol IH0.000. ison-suit was granted in Pittsburg yesterdoy In the case of Waring Broth ers against the Pennsylvania railroad for Sl,500.000. A suit for tl,fi00,000 wa entered for alleged rebate dne for freight on oil shipped. Two million dollar were asked a damage for dis criminating against the firm. Fourteon year elapsed between the time of the alleged discrimination and the filing of sue euito. TBS FISO COMTASy, The shove W the stvle of tbe Irm ufttuj Piso scure (or Cons ;, and Piso's Remedy for Catarrh, at Fa. The company was recently in, nted, suix-eesliug B. r. Haze itine, whose nam Ms e business has bee, ducted for many years. In fact U 2 neea was etuuUed in 1-6, when ski , paid I r the hrst barrel of sugar bit was 33 cents s no and ;other thinm Q prooortionately hih, a mueo of iheK fciire is new sold for eexu as was Ha, , While the irm ha been ve -,' advertiser in newspapers, it agios-,,, lay annually ha baea eompanuveiy ax so that th teady and rapid UKreaai sale to their present larva Proportions toinly indte that Puw'i Cur for 0. sumption poaaease high merit a recsf for Collins, coma a u vi turoat moa ha trouble generaily. The pleasant taauT, the cur baa dou biles contributed ally to it popularity. Growth la businea baa aeeeasitate. J Invention of numerous laber-aaviaa eninea. KotaNe among meae ore appene for washing, filling, corking and sem, bottle with which three men easily fe, outS-OUU bottle aa hour, lath ad rj, bur department improved si sc nines h -bindery finish lUU.CsJO Pocket Book A. a, aaca in a y with only twenty atieras,, Aotnr bor aaver is the box nattunt, which so man put trjrether a thows. eartoa daily whk-h are filled with a 4V x turl tor vouauinpuua vj aoo as In th some space of tuna , 1 The Piso Company giye steady aseot to (mall army of worker, el 1st exes, sad It uniform liberal trsattnaa, employe fat a topic of morn. favonbsiea ssens iooiik aw tiiucas vi im. aether the prosperity oi u compear s pears to be peculiarly deserved. t i Cmiis "Why dont yon have your 4!s blemended, Hoste "Mended!" Qtj "Yes m. It's very weak and rickety, iar lt1 Hots "HVl"' ier- 11 ' mahogany." Child "That' queer. Kin, aaid 1 must remember not to lean my eibg oa it while eatin'. Our table I real stroaj WHO WINS THB aoe I A novel way to obtain a suitai, name for their great, yes, wonder!, new oats, haa been adopted by ft John A. Balser Seed Co. They of, $300 for a name for their new tat their catalogue tell all about it ran! ers are enthusiastic over th tv claiming 200 bushels can be grows p acre right along. You will want It I Farmers report six tons of hay fra Salzer's Meadow Mixture; 113 biutj. corn per acre in a dry season, and bushels potatoes from two acres. If TOU WILL Ct'T THIS OCT AND SKHBIr' with 10c postage to the Joan a Salzer Seed Co., La Crosse, Wis., jV get free their mammoth catalogue u a package of above $300 Prize OATa i AFsnso "If you love her, old few why don't you marry her!" Bachelor Da tor "Marry nor I Why, she Is one oi a best patient." Life. j Oat la th Cold. I Political candidate may be unexpsrtrf left out in the cold when th returns a In, but people who elect to use Uostets. Btomoch Bitters for dyspepsia, liver, kw or bladder inactivity, constipation, malar complaints or nervousness, are never hft the cold or elsewhere. Well may phyifcn lend their unqualified, sanction to uiwi Honored ana uniaiiuig meuicwe. 3 VT don't know what we i trv, and then we Irequeutly tuid that con 't-Pack. ... . ( Great Bock Island Bout Flavian; Cars If vou send 15 cento In itam ix or (ok f Joitx 8uBTiA!i, On'l Pom. Agent, CI I. lie. K'y, Chicago, you wm recoir paid the slickest pack of playing . you ever handled. Beautiful steel Mortis Whist Kule accompany them free, "ortT-four Llrtl Were Lost, Paris, February 5.-A dispatch re ceived at eleven o'clock yesterday from Montceaule's mines, aav that flftv. two men were In the mine at the time of the explosion. Of the eight taken ouianve, only two were uninjured. The number of lives lost is now riven as forty-four. The bodies which have ueeu removed are burned beyond recog nill.m lion to Uusia liana. I can do tn Hood's Made Me Stron Headaches and Fains Cuwi "I can recommend Hood's Barueu& si the best medicine 1 have taken. I n terribly run im in health and bail ly ever enjoyed well day. I mis with terrible in my stomiek breast and kai I read in the star regarding the m derfiil cure H Hood's Sartspirl and I Oioufhll Airs. Uarr X. Stephens would giro lttn Grant Mert. Ohio. 1 have taken SUM tlx bottle and am happy to say U ured of those terrible pains If Hood's Sarsaparilloall the praise WF, r ..su Hood's Be sure to get Hood's V Sana part ure rVwV ) ing me good health and making W ' strong again.' Mas. Miny M. BTSw Crono Nest, Ohio. Got only Hood'OjJ avT i- if fc Dllla are tha St fW" PUls, assist digestion, prevent cotuttp"! WL. Doucir S3 shoe,:;;:.-.-.! J3. CORDOVAS rSEHCH.tNA f 1 43S9 FlHECAlf MtAK 3.WP0LICE.3SOIE. ..at UnOklNOlr' LADIES' Affal9 tl 78 I OvtrOn Million PeoplswcnrtM I W.L.Doaglas$3&$4St All our shoe are equally satl6fK They five the best vsle for Ihe sis" 7; They eousl caste thaws hi style a" "r Their wearing qualities arc unsurr ( The prices are uniform, stamped see-' front i to i saved aver other aiaa If your dealer cannot supply youwscaa. Fertile . Seeds . . .-aa nrall aa fnrt.il fl prOuD"' are required in uccessfuwf,2 flower raising. For 50 year! our have proved pur nd vitiLn" our ruining our half-centuri ifr tion tnis year. Send lot our V alogue ol new and stndrd vtn PLMT SEMCO.,,,'a?:Kru;