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On. Jloseoso Says Unrlo .Snm Will
Keltic tlio b'nn Uotiilitjro Trouble.
Ti t'nllnl KUIri Ahnnt lo Renil Natal
Vessel la III Island in 1'rnUrl lb
Interests nf American lleslilent
Mioulil Orraslon .Wise.
Nr.w YottK, .July SO.-Ocn. AlicUrtlc
A. Mon-cno, an exiled lender of tlio lib
eral pnrly of Snnlo I)uiuiii;o, now llr
llijf In Now York, snys: "Tlie dentil of
l'roslilunt Hcuri-mix nil I, I think, sure
ly be followi'il by a lontf Male of illsur
dor nntl rovoliitlmi. I wnnt to ciniilia.
alio this proplii'ry that tho I'nltcd
States will crentually bo compelled lo
Interfere to establish pence In the
Islnnil, just nsllil country did In Cubn.
1 faror the policy of tK-aec. I shall
bu to return lo my country nnil
support such a policy If It la Inau'ii
rated by (ion. ripiicrca, tlio vleo presi
dent, who aucfcciU to tlio head of tlio
irotrerntnrnt. Hut if something is not
iiilelly dono to establish order and
pence more revolutionary expedition
Mill follow, like that of (ien. Jimenez
and Ucn. Morales who ltd a band from
Cuba apainst llcurcaux. Thcro am
now In this country (ien. Torlbeo (iar
cia and Kdward (trillion, n tin share
my view. Wc think that the United
Mate oiihl to take an intereit in our
West Indian republic. It will bo a
Creal commercial ally. It Hot between
Cuba ami Porto Uico. It must, of nee
ilty, I belletc, ultimately become at
tnchetl to lliisootmtry."
(ien. Miimwj has been In exllo in
Now York for threo years, lie op
poses! the lato president politically and
bad to lice to nave his life.
Wasiiimhon. July 3U. A naval veo
MJ I lo bo sent immediately to San
Potnlii.o. Secretary Hay hat made
tll rrtjtiest that Secretary I.0111; lake
SHAMROCK AS SHE WILL CROSS THE OCEAN.
The )arht Shamrock has lfl Itolhrsn)- bay for OrrrnorU to complete llttlnK-oiit
far her MyKf across the Atlantic, which will hssin AukusI :. Sir Thomas Upton.
Hi dwntr of the clialltriKtr, s.is the erew of th Hhsmrork will be Increased to 10.
CBt llKarlh, of thr Hhamrock, rvfusul to rinrrs any opinion as to the yacht's
cltjncfa for liming the cup, tut &!. "Tell tht Americana not (u lay odd."
tills action, and tho Machlas, now at
San Juan, l'orto Uico, nnd only a few
days' run from S.m Domingo, will pro
retl at once to th it island. This is a
measure of precaution rather than one
of necessity at the present time, for
Minister I'owoll has not suggested
tested any such action to the govern
ment. Still, it is deemed well, in
view of tho press reports Indicat
ing a disturbed condition of nlTairs to
havi a representative of the I'uited
.States authority within reach of the
minister to protect American Interests
should the need arise. Minister Pow
ell cabled the state department Friday
morning from I'ort nil Prince, llnyti,
slnTply announcing the assassination
of llcurcaux by some unknown person
between I and '.' o'clock on the after
noon of Wednesday,
llurlat of I'rrslilrnt llcuresui.
Cai'k 1Uiiii:, July 'J'.i. The funeral
of President llcurcaux, of Santo Do
mingo, took place at & o'clock Thurb
dny evening In Santiago do Las Cabal
liros. The population was panio
htricken, but there was no disorder.
A rriort has been received here to
the effect that the adversaries of the
government uttacked Noc.i Thursday
twsllunril llr lrllu
LY.NC'iinur.n, Va., July Mrs. Mag
glo 1 Jennings, of Amherst county,
swallowed her falso teetli about a
week ago, and camo to this city to con
sult n physician. The plate was locat
ed by the X rays. An operation wus
performed. Sho died,
(lrlu Klcvmtur llurnvd.
(lltKEX Spiiinos, 0., July '."J. The
Nickel Plate grain elevator was burn
ed I'rlday. About 'JO.000 bushels of
wheat were destroyed, Tho cause of
tho Ura Is unlcuowu.
THREE MET WATERY GRAVES
ail I'nillne; of a Small I'leastim I'artr on
Ilia Otiln lllter at l'.nilll, Intl.
KrA.iMVit.t.r, Ind., July 2ti. August
Mntllntfly, 17, l'carl Chrnnoy, H, nnd
Marlon Onann, wcro drowned In the
Ohto river In front of tho city I'rlday
night and three of their companions
narrowly escaped. About & o'clock
I'rlday afternoon Mnltlnply, In com
iiany with John C'hcnncv, Win.
Chcancy, IVarl t'hraney, of this city,
and Misses Teresa and Marlon Oiinna,
of Henderson, ICy., started out for a
hay rldo and reaching tho river at 7:31)
o'clock, decided to take a shift" ride.
Thry were out nbim an hour when
their boat was caught in tho current
and enpsUed In front of the mall lino
wharf boat, l'lfty or more people wcro
on tho wharfboat, but none offered to
(,'( to the rescue. Maltiii;ly. l'carl
Chcaney and Marion Ouana were rapid
ly swept down the current and nothing
more was seen of them.
Their erics could be heard for blocks
n-wny. Win. flieaney seized Teresa
Ouana and reached the shore with her
after n hard flfflit in the rapids. Ilo
says hln life was saved by the head
light of the steamer Jewel in port
which enabled him to see which v ay
to swim. Teresa Onana sank
in the water two tiniest and when
brought to shoro by Chcancy,
was unconscious. Johtr 0'hc.iiicy
was swept under the hull of the steam
er Jewel, but being n good diver and
knowing the channel, was saved.
Searching parties were along the river
bank I'rlday night with torches trying
to Hud the bodies of the lost. I.ato
I'rlday night they had not been suc
cessful In their search, K.prrt divers
will be employed Saturday morning.
Miss Marion Ouana was one of tho
leading society belles of Henderson,
ICy., and would have been married in a
FARMER SIIOOTSJOUR BOYS.
Tly Are Srrlnosly ounliil sntt Several
l'o.lfl Are After tlm Mioolrr lie
lT llo l.ynrtieil If I aucllU
VlCKSliflto, Miss., July Uf. Several
posses are now in the lulls east of here
searching for Ithainar Ycrkcs, a truck
farmer, who I'rlday afternoon shot
and seriously wounded four boys, all
of whom are under 10 years of nge.
They are Warren Coolcy, shot in head
and body; Prank Smith, shot in head,
face and body; Murray Poster, shot
in body and legs; Klfhard Kendall,
shot In head and body, fatally wound
ed. Tho llrst two are white. Mem
bers of Yerhes family claim theyouug
sters were stealing watermelons, but
this Is denied by the buys.
Ycrkes used n double-barreled shot
gun. He may be lynched if caught.
'lli slrk Solillert Ht Sim rruiiclseu.
Sax I'iianuisco, July '."J. All the con
valescent volunteers at the general
military hospital will bo held there, un
til the regiments are mustered out. It
is stated that among "ill) patients at
the Presidio there are only three cases
of tvphold fever and there is Uttlo dan
ger of its becoming epidemic.
Ilia Turkish Mlnl.wr.
N'ASlil.Mno.N, July SV, Tho Turkish
minister. All 1'errouli Hey, leaves Fri
day night for an lluropouu trip, and
while nootlicial word has been received
as to his permanent withdrawal, It Is
expected that he may be transferred to
(Iraunil lo lleslli Under Cur Wheels.
Cincinnati, July SO. Mrs. Lena Pair
kamp,n widow, of 1170 Shormau avenue,
was run over and killed Friday morn
ing at 8 o'clock by Cincinnati Southern
switch engine No. 515, at Kcuner street.
NICELY TAKEN IN.
In Knew the Wnye of
World llut Out Cnu.lil
Thf man In question tinl to say lie knew
tlio way of the world aa a eat Knows lit
on kittrna, and laugh at the wilea of those
Hho lis r on their rtita.
He h.ul btrn econinniiing at every turn
for a lonit time, savina; ill that he could,
for the holidays were near nt hand, He
lift his ftatlun the other night In tlio teeth
of a hlir.ird. The 'buiei had flopped run
ning, and he buttoned his coat collar about
his link voth a determination to walk
home rather than squander the price of a
"ile.otly n Hill t," said a tall, im jMeinrf
man, as lie tapped our friend on the shoul
der, "(let Into my nm.ie there; I'll be
with you in a minute," and he d.islifd into
the station after his bag. It was too goo. I
an oiler to be refused, and the traveling
man put in most of his time in thanking
Ms hctief.utor, ulioMHilittly insisted that
the pleasure was all Ins.
".lust tell linn Hherc to drive to," he said,
later; "I net nut here. No, dnn t mention
it. (Had of the opportunity."
Now, it was a horrible imiht, and lie was
unn another man's carriage, so he could
not do lets than to treat the driver and
f;ive In in a rigar to keep his nose warm. At
ist the economical traveler as at himc,
and he shouted a cheery "prod night," as
he slammed the door of the vehicle and
startrd for the houe.
"Here," cried the driver, "you've forgot
ten suniething "
"Thank. What ia it?" he hurried
"What?" a ths harrowing conviction
ecireil him. "Why, the other man."
"That other man be blowed. I don't know
him from a rrow. You took the cab."
Then our man drowned the voice of the
storm white he was settling, and, going in,
sore his wife to seereev. That' the way
it got out. Pearson's Weekly.
niasllrll)- of nnarllsh.
Where doe thp slang of the ilay originate!
lien a new vrilul monstrosity culms into
currency its origin l as ni)itcnous as its
effect is startling On a roof garden last
night a weary-looking youth in a straw hat
that had seen better days and with tell-tale
puff beneath his ejei, released two straw
from lua mouth long enough lo remark, lan
guidly, that he wa suffering from a horrible
e of the "ding-bats." His companion,
w ho looked like s vaudeville lady, had just
remarked in tone loud enough to be heard
by her neighbors, that one of the performers
was ",i useless hunch of trousers." One
meant that his head ached, the othrr that
the object of hcrrriticKiu was profrssionally
imouietriit. It's a great language. N. Y.
The following story proe what hardl
nerds proving, that a man may handle boo
without being a s hular. It wasn't in the
book stall of a depaitment store; it wa I
in a real Ixwkstore, a bookstore, morroter, I
here urn Mould ripert to nnd salesmen
who know Imoks A friend of mine went in
the other d.iy and ssleil for Pope's "Iliad "
'I lie salesman went away to look for H.
Piesentlv he returned with a IkmiU hi n-s
land. "We haven't Pope' 'Ilud ' " hei-i I,
"but we have aa 'Iliad.' It's by Iku-.r.
tboujli." Washington Post.
A Hash of Onjetj-.
The doomed man feared the tiroti'c who
waited along the way to the raffr. d.
"See how they stare at me!" he cried,
agonizingly. , , ,
"Ye, that's what you might c.v! rubber
ing It in'" observed the exertitnmrr. p'.iv
fully deeming it not ami" to inct an ele
ment of cayety Into this otherwise somber
affair. Detroit Journal.
"And you say the idiot of a teacher told
vou that you Had an extravagant foci of a
"That's what he meant!"
"llut what did he say!"
"lie said it was criminal folly to waste
money on the education of such a chump
a 1 am." Indianapolis Journal,
Aline "Wouldn't you hate to be a preach
er's wife" Anna "No, indeed. Just
think of being able to make him cut hi ser
mons short. Kansas City InJci-endcnt.
All people make a pretence that they
do not care for a fortune, but want just
rnotih to make them comfortable. Wash
ington (la.) Democrat.
Pope say! "The mind' the meaiure of
the man. Perhaps that is why ome men
ire to hard to find. Itant's Horn.
It i humiliating to rrflret tint bad teeth
are resonnhle for more silence than it al
most anything else. Detroit Journal.
For disobedience, the small boy frequent,
ly take the palm. Chicago Daifv New.
ClNCIXNATI. July W
I.H i: STOCK Cattle, commons 3 40 4
S -Irct tiuiehrr- & 30 it 6 to
t'AI.VK r"air IoikkhI light . t, IS (t 6 31
IIU -Our at l heavy ill at IS
Muni iwiUers 4 jr ft- 4 411
I.U-lil shipper-! 4 3i t IM
siii;i.i'-Ch.iH-f 3 mi C&4 11
I.AMIIS -irmg .'. Si ll 4J
Pl.Dl'll-W I .ur tuttiHt a si 5 -i m
tilt.MN-Whal N'u.Srril 14 i
a 3 10 1 (J (V4
Com Nt. 2 iiiUihI t jj)t
un S 1 i S3
liv-- Nil , ub MJ
II.W l'i uni- lo ctuiuv A 10 to
l'IiilVlSIO.V-.Miv pork lit 75
I. aril t i
IlL'Tlint t'liolee ilslrj ft. p
I'r me to eliiMt-e erenmery sc. li'H
.M'l'I.KN C holeo to lauer Il 11 I :i
l'OTA'lDKS-New. pr Prl... . Ill O 1 ii
I'l.Ot'l! Winter nalent M It 1 ui
liltAIN- Wheut-S'o. S rel Jl 1,1 7lj
No. 3 C.iU .i.-o spring OT (t
rOUN-Nv. ! ;.;
HAT- -No. '.' 5S U U
limit Vies p Kt u 8 70
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l-'l.nrit-Wlnteriateut 3 OJ jt 3 K
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l liltN-No. '.'Mlicit s 211
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ri.nrr I'amiiv sii -sm
UI(AIN-VMful-N Stwl... . Tin. i4
Southern ll. ;.'
torn .Mixivi , :n f.t ,0't
Oils- N11 ! white ioy, 1 il
Kte No. i Hestsm 1. I
CAITMi-l-'Irslquallty 4 7J KIN
I ILK !- 11WHTH IN , A w)
UltAIN Wheat Srcil .. . .4 71)
1 - 111 mi : inneii ( j 31
s.i 1 No mutil.
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IIKMN Him NuSrcd A -,u
M ml r.l
11 M xr.l Li !M
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I.AItU S'ejei IJSil
To cure, or money rotUndod by your merchant, so why not try
REPORTING THE WEDDING.
As II Wne Turned In by Ilia Young
Itcporlrr I'll fur I lie Wnsle
A reporter on a new simper was given tho
tak of writing up a vcrj seli wedding.
He romoiil a line aicount of the wed
ding trrrmoiiies, but, like many voting
writers, ho tried to ux- too lluwiry lan
guage, and, becoming excited, lie forgot to
lx- ait urate in the tire of words. Tlie dp
siription of the beauties of natuic read
lomething like this:
"The siUery moon hnvernl os-er the
nenr. ami the stars twinkled merrily; the
nft sighing of the wind in the trees near by
came like a lienedirtion of love to the lif ppy
couple entering niton the voyage of life te
stifier." Th" rcmrter sent In his copy, but just
as the piper wai about to be sent to press
he rudird into the tditor' room, all excite
ment! saung he wislm) to make a correc
tion in the ateiiunt of the wedding, as, ac
cording lo the almanac, there was no til
scry or any other moon on that night.
And the reporter also said that lie had
blundered in writing of the "contoting"
parlies instead of "contracting" artie.
After a few more corrections the account
of the wedding was found available for the
editor! ste-bakct. Tit-Iiita.
An Intellectual Test.
"How long have you been in tlii coun
try!" "Vilhelm McKinley."
"Who wrote the declaration of independ
"Do vou iwear to obey the laws of this
"What form of government is thia!"
"That will do. You're accepted. Stfp
down, I say."
"IVr Star Spangled Hcnner!"
"Don't jnu understand me! I told you
you were all right."
"Diee cheer! lleep, heeti, hoorayl"
Is this an (lamination for admioion to
citienhip? No, gentle reader, the man
wants to be a soldier, and our great and
good government has declared that a sol
dier needn't have any more brains than a
voter Cleveland Plain Dealer.
"I don't believe in girls a-drein' in stiff
clothes durin' the hot weather," said the
adioe elderly lady with the large diamond
earrings and finger rings at the hoarding
home breakfa't table the other morning.
"I make mv two daughter drex in negli
gent costumrs all summer, no matter where
they're a goin'." "Maw!" said her daugh
ters, warning!)-, from the other side of the
table, and the fox terrier pup turned a fit
out in the basement vea'- -V Waihing
flitting married i a good deal like roast
ing down hill in winter; a good deal of
preparation i neeeary, and it i soon
over. Atrliison (Jiobe.
Days At hen the business man has had an
unsatisfactory hrcakf.vt the oltice lwy ha
to earn his talarj - Sumervillc Journal.
Many a man who claims t-- be discreet is
tut a coward -Chicago DS.y ?tws.
For Infants and Children
?E"ll Dn WOFFEH'S A
V Pfc4 dm TccTU!!ir nnuncnt HW
jJ Round Trip From Either
Ginclniiail or Indianapolis.
fl .) ii rimit WiftPPII Dfllt Kor UetnllMl Information
H IkL'HH II- JjI III Iff J tJtLLil JJllfO. Riecnliii; Car reservations,
Connect n;r Iini will bell excursion
Kflll More CoDnlrrfelllnir.
The Secret Service has Just untarthed an
other bind of counterfeiter, and erurrtf a
large nuantity of hogu bills, which are to
cleverly executed that the average person
would never suipect them of being spurious.
Things of great value are alwajs selected for
imitation, notably Hosteller's Stomach Hit
ten, which has many imitators but no equals
for disorders like indigestion, dyspepsia, con
stipation, nernutnr-M and genet al debility.
Always go to reliable druggists w ho have the
reputation of giving what you ask for.
A Man of Thrift.
She Where are you going to rpend tru
lie I'm not going to spend it at all.
I'm going to save it till next winter and
sec if I can't get the janitor of the flat to
imc it ia the rooms I occupy, Detroit Free
T.nrfles 'ah tVrsr )hoes
One alio smaller a'ter using Allen's Foot
Kaso, a powder for tho feet. It makes tight
or now shoes easy Cures swollen, hot,
sweating, nching feet. Ingrowing nails, corns
and bunions. At nil druggists nnd shoo
stores, svs. Trial package F KKE bv mall.
Address Allan H. Olmsted, Lc lloy, N. Y
Home Han strikes.
DIggs So your daughter i married, eh?"
"And how does your new son-in-law strike
"For a 'V' or an 'X' usually."-Chicago
The Ural Prescription for Thills
and I-Vvcr Is a liottlo of Oiiovr.'s Ts stfluss
Ciili.t. Tonic. Ills simply Ironandnulnlncln
a tasteless form. Nocuro-nopay. I'rlccjOc,
A Clean Itecnrd.
"I wouldn't associate with her. Why, ens
of her ancestors was a charwoman,"
"Well, then, she's sure that one of them,
at least, had a clean record." Philadelphia
Ta Cnr is Cold la One lla
Takrj taxativo Dromo Oulnlon Tablets, All
druggists refund money if ll falls to cure. 25c
Kvory woman believe that her husband
is a child in some rctpetts, nnd that she
must be on the alert to keep things out of
his era. n th.lt be wants, lutt which sr. nnt
1 good for him. Atchison Globe.
' You can dye your goods in one hour with
Putnam Fadeless Dyes. All other dyes re
quire from one to four hour. 10c per pack
age. The depth of ieeling displayed by the
, mosquito touches all mankind. Chicago
1 Daily News.
IPiso's Cure for Consumption ha saved mo
. many a doctor' hill. S. F. Hardy, Hop-
I l.n. I Mi... It,1,i,nr. M.I '(11
It is the agent's business to sell things;
it is your buines nnt to buv unless you
need what he ha to offer. Atcliiton Globe.
Hall's Cnlnrrh Care
It s Cccstituticnsl Cure. Price, 75c.
It's a cold day when the palm-leaf fan gets
left. Chicago Evening New.
Over Thirty Years
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Regulates tie Bowels,
Hikes Teething Easy.
TEETHINA Relle.es t6
Bot el Troubles of
Children of Any Age.
Costa Onlr 95 Cant-
Ask Your Bnwtst forts.
Mld-SomniBr Excursion to
. . . oust . . .
Tuesday, August 8th,
CINCINNATI, Hflll I DAYTON
and MICHIGAN CENTRAL Railways, via
Toledo '"D6foit) Canada
$6.50 -est Tiiousand Islands.
$1.00 Additional to TORONTO.
tlcltcts via tlio U. II. & . IX ,v- .
1). li. KDWAIIDS, 1'. T. M Clncluu-tl, ).
;ee 3 Snow
We never did; but we hive
seen the clothing at this time
of the year so covered with
dandruff that it looked s If it
had been out In regular snow
storm. No need of this snowstorm.
As the summer sun would
melt the falling snow so will
melt these flakes of dandruff In
the scalp. It goes further than
this: it prevents their formation.
It his still other properties:
it will restore color to gray hiir
In Just ten times out of every
And it does even more: it
feeds and nourishes the roots
of the hair. Thin hair becomes
thick hair; and short hair be
comes long hair.
We have book on the Hair
and Scalp. It is yours, for the
If rn do not obtsln all th bsii.nt
rou xpcted from the nao of the Visor,
write the doctor sbout It. Probiblj
there Is some dlfflcultr with roar sett
ers! intern which mr be essllj r.
UK. J. V. -ykh, Loweu, use.
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