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THE TWICE-A-WEEK HERALD, JULY 24, 1906 I LOCAL NEWS. I From Dally Panhandle of Monday.) Clirla Garrison of Hereford visited Aniarlllo friends Sunday. K. M. Nobles of Aurora, 111., win prospecting In Amarlllo this week. S, Deputy Marshal North whs re last week from Fort Worth. . M. Woek and family upent I he '."r part of the weeK at Talo Duro. K. J. Witt has returned from a f trip to "Old Kenturk." , Herbert Lewla left this afternoon for Dallas on business... ' Frank Herndon of San Marcus via Ite.d In Amarlllo lust week. Miss Gertrude Huffman will leave In a few days for Hoswell to visit. B. V. Miller was a visitor to Fort Worth Friday. O. F. Smith of Hereford was In town Saturday. Miss Trube of Tucunicarl, N. M., is visiting MIhh Lockwell. MIm Ca rpenter of Waco, Tex., Is tho guest of Ming hut Id Wood. W. G. Fly, of Roach Dros.,, drug plsis, has returned from & trip to Uiillus. W. H. Greenwood, tho I. C. S. man, la in town, after a trip down the Denver. VaugHan Hell and Fred Do Witt ployed ball with tho McLean team Friday. Room on east side wanted by 0 young man. Address A. II. I,., cire of Herald. 5 i-tf Mrs. T. E. Shirley and daughter, MIhs Pattle, of Waco, aro visiting .'.Irs. Leo Blvens. If you want to buy land son the 8. M. Cotton Land and Immigration Co. office at the Mcintosh hotel. The Amarlllo Music, company has Placed on sale a very artistic aeries of Amarlllo post carda. I.olund Kirk returned Saturday from an extended trip to Mexico and tho copper country of Arizona. A, G. Anderson of Sundcrson, Tex., marketed yesterday In Kansas City four car loads of wethers at $5.60. J. N. Brownlnjc, candidate for dis trict Judge, was mixing with the vot ers about Dalhart last week. If you have property you want sold, list It with us. Donahoe & Wemple, Koom 10, Eaklo bldjr. 66-tf T Miss 'owsum arrived this morn ing from Dallas for a visit with Miss Maud Williams. Mr. Pete Cady of Farmersvlllo, Tex., and daughter, Mrs. Works, of Kstaucha, N. M., are visiting Mrs. Gist today. " ' . Iter. E. P. Alldivdgo left this morning for Dalhart, where ho will preach . before a Panhandle Baptist convention this week. , Call, write or phone us. We will be glad to hear from you any way. Office 123 Fifth street. Thone 627. P. L. PERSON R. E. CO. . ,55-59 Miss Grace Broad well of Gaines Mile, Texas, arrived Friday to spend several weeks with her brother, Mr. Fred Broadwoll and wife. W. 8. Tugwell of Dallas Is In town, representing tho Franklin Life In surance company. Ho has charge of 1ho Panhandle district and will make Amarlllo his headquarters. W. A. Askew of Taylor and Askew, is enthusiastic over Melrose, tho New Mexico town4 Ho vlBlted there last week and Invested heavily In real estate there. Miss Lorena Cox, who has been In tho millinery business hero for some, time, will leave tomorrow for Ama rlllo, to script a position In a print ing office. Mlsa Cox has mnny friends who regret to see 1ier leave, Mc Clcan Ntiwg. Col. E. L. Dohoney of Purls, Tex., ho arrived In Aniarlllo last week, to visit his son, E. L. Dohonoy, Jr., will return to Paris at once. A mea sure received yesterday stated that Mrs. Dohoney had received an Injury from a fall. Miss Uuby Irk and MIhh Addle Whit tomb returned Sunday morning from u vacation trip In Colorado. They unl most of their tlmo lu Colorado Dividends in Diamonds A Stone bought six years ago has increased 100 per cent in value and is increasing 10 per . cent or more & year. They grow into money while you wear them. For a fine selection in loose and mounted goods, see Springs, with side trlpa to other re sorts, and a day In Denver whlla BUI Elk owned the town. Our cltlce is 123 Fifth street. Our phono number Is (127, THE P. L. PERSON REAL ESTATE CO. , 6G-59 Rev. W. A. Erwin, pastor of the Amarlllo Presbyterian church, and his wife, spent Monday night and Tuesday morning In Tulla. While hern Rro, Krwln and his brethren In Tulla secured a nice building Rite for a church. It Ik their intention to build In tho near future. Tulla Standard. Mitchell Bros, are prepared to de liver Ice to all parts of the city. Phono 562. Mi tf Mr. Harbison of Hereford was a visitor at tho Herald ofllco Saturday. Rev. Robert Nellson will arrive In Amarlllo this evening- from Paris, Tex., and will hold a meeting at the First Presbyterian church. Mr. Nell- son will visit his sisters, Misses Jose phine and Lottie Nellson, who aro spending tho summer lioro. The Amarillolcc Cream factory manufactures high gradeice cream. J. S. Ayers, Proprietor. 35 tf Mr. Jefferson D. Talley, formerly of Nashville, now of Happy, wan In Aniarlllo yesterday, tho guest of his old Tennesson friend, Mr. E. n. Green. Mr. Talley is associated with the Syndlcato Land und Towuslte company, which has offices nt Canyon for tho purpose of marketing tho bo nus lands and (dwindles which were obtained by this company In connec tion with the promotion of the new Stop at the City Meat Market and inspect Webster's new McCas kins account register. 5 1 -tf railroad from Canyon to Plaltivlew, which the Sanltt Fo now has under construction, Mr. Talley Is espe cially enthusiastic about tho new town of Happy, which is located 18 miles south of Canyon, und the some distance north of Tulla. In speaking of this town, lie said: "It is going to be a hummer. Why, only yesterday our' company con- Do you keep chickens? Do you get as many eggs as you ought to? If not, try feeding them on' hone meal. For sale at the City Meat Market. 51-tf traded with an Eastern capitalist to deliver at Happy twenty-live car loads of lumber In advance of tho railroad, and by tho time the road reaches tis we will have plenty of residences and business houses to take care of , the people. A bank, a grain elevator, 'Wo business hous-es, a lumber yard, liot'el and livery sta ble have already boon contracted for, and will bo built just hs soon as the lumber can bo rushed to that point." Mr. and Mrs. Robert Weaver and Mrs. Allen, Mrs. Weaver's mother, of Memphis, Tenn., aro visiting Mrs. J, B. lllldebrand, on Lincoln Htrect. $1,000 to $1 ,200 to loan. Good security, real estate preferred. 51tf R. B. Newcome. Mr. F, W. Zimmerman, the real es- tato man, was a visitor yesterday to the Reynolds farm, and reports a crop of the finest wheat ho ever saw In the Panhandle. Ho stated that they threshed 559 bushelB off of twelvo acres, making an average of ulmost fifty bushels to the acre, C. P. Elliott has accepted tho po sition of bookkeeper at the Bank of Commerce, Amarlllo. "Chad'1 is 1 thorough business young man, and popular with everybody, and tho Bank of Commerce Is fortunate In securing his servkvs. dunning Courier. For County Attorney. W. W. Gowin, who has announc ed for re-election to the office of County Attorney, does so subject to the action 'of the Democratic primarie8 July 28. 46-56 Home Sweet Home. 2400 town lots and same num ber of farms for sale in Live Oak county, Texas. $120 will buy you one of these lots and a farm. Only $10 down and ten dollars per month. For further particulars see F. W: Popham, Stock Yards office. 42-tf SEEWALD. Tho Jeweler Unr Rail CimH Millions. One can say that thousands of dol lars aro expended annually for base ball games and convey In a vague way what liasn ball expenditure means. I'lesiii'iluK that. 2.'),O0U,noo specta tors witnessed base bull sanies In I!I0.-., wbleh is the. estimate of one hopeful citizen, it. Is fair to say that. St least, half of the 2!"), 0110,000 i;ill admission to tho panics, Suppose that each of this 1 2,r,on, noil paid twenty-five cents to witness his fa vorite sport. That would make a cross total of $3,1 25,000 at the Rate In 0110 hohmiii. That begins to sound more like Hrhi-ps. Now arid to that the car fare which was vxpended by each spectator, where the Karnes were playlnd In largo cities, arid the amount which was handed out to tho peanut boy and tire, lemonade peddler, and an Idea begins to form that base ball receipts accumulate oulto a total, even of It Is the cheapest, and most popular form of outdoor sport. Nor Is what tho spectator pays to witness tho Rallies all that Is vx pended durlnp; tho year. Great fac tories work day and night to make base balls, and men have accumulat ed fortunes in placing their wares beroro the public. Hundreds of tai lors are employed In making base ball uniforms, and scores of turners gain a livelihood turning out base ball bats, while the forests of the Middle West have been ransacked to obtain Hie best, timber to provide tho players with "sticks" to suit them. Put a million dollars more on top of the amount paid 10 sec games, and the mark has jumped over $), (100.000. Even that doesn't tell tho story. Clubs expend largo sums in travel. The railroads and tho hotels- are benellter. Spectators fre quently Journey long distances to witness matches between famous nines. At tho world's series last fall there weer three spectators who had coino all tho way from California to see the liiants play for tho elimnpl onshlp. tl would mako 1300,000 look small to cover all the expendi ture on account of travel in behalf of base ball during the mummer months. Tho fact that has-? ball costs the peoplo of the I'nlled States more than' $3,006.(100 annually, and the 1)111 Is growing heavier every year; but so small is the per capita expen 'Jllurt and so great the enjoyment which Is derived from tho came. that. It Is contributed with less com plaint and moro open Indication of real satisfaction than any "direct- tax" which is levied upon the com inanity at largo In behalf of a good time. It has caused more laughs and dried more tears, wiped away dis eases and driven away more fears than any other medicine in .the world. Hollister's Rocky Moun tain Tea. 35 cents, Tea or Tab lets. E. R. Roach Drug Go. 53T61 A Tragic Finish. A watchman's neglect permitted a leak in the great North Sea dyke, which a child's finger could have stopped, to become a ruinous break devastating an entire province of Holland. In like manner Kenneth Mclver, of Vanceboro. Me., per mitted a little cold to go unnoticed until a tragic finish was only avert ed by Dr. King's New Discoveay. He writes: "Three doctors gave me up to die of lung inflamation, caus ed by a neglected cold; but Dr. King's New Discovery saved my my life." Guaranteed best cough and cold cure, at L. O Thompson & Bro's. drugstore. 50c and $1. Trial bottle free. 53T61 mm will crown your efforts to secure Good Laundry VVorK if you send your bundle here. Our handicraft symbolizes nil that is worth knowing in the science of modern Laun dering. PROMPT SERVICE. Amariilo Steam Laundry. ' fhoae 22. I ! WHITE SWAN I art fit . n it t WHITE SWAP SALMON All iridic c.:(j from ilie early Epr':'.3 Royal Chinee!; Columbia River Salmon, ihs fr.c.-.l flavor?:! fi:h Jiist S'.vim:. A!-f3C, V. ht:!o !ruk which brcs'.j into c'c'.ica'.c flaLcs, rich in co!cr, ! tlicious in flavor, r-eclly prcwrved ta iio Datura' fru-hn"?, packed in the finest oil. Few people know how really df'icious fine Salmon Stealc is, try a can of the White Sw kbJ S?Cr;. pr.d find out what you J tVV-'i ::" have been mining ell kjrll-V thsse years. Every , thing good in cans, packed under the Whits Swan Brand, if your grcccr does not keep them, send us his name. THE WAPLES-PLATTER GROCER CO. Denison, Fort Worth, Dallas .V't'.:iw..r'nt,. ,i TMi: JAMAICAN AT PANAMA. It Takes n (irorghi Negro to Make II m Work. The hopes and the despair of the American engineers who are btill.'.itig the J'anama canal Is the Jamaica ne- gfo. Ho Is the only laborer they can get to do thv! work a mi be will not work, lie Is a mixture, says Kv- erj body's Magazine, of childish Ir- csponsihility, procrastination and stolid Indifference. An American correspondent and a division engineer sat. nt luncheon 0:1 tho ban's of the Chagres rivvr, six miles back from Gamboa. At their feet ran an ant highway, a four-inch wide, down trodden, brown strip through the grass. Thousands of ants were hurrying along this road. They came out. of the woods in feet away, and went bustling up the path until lost to sight. All goin-T that wav were laden with bits of ureeti leaves; they staggered under tlA load, pushing, helping, frantically energetic in making t raffle move. "Where do (hey all come from?" asketf the correspondent. The en gineer looked at them and tdghed wa rlly. "They didn't come from Jamaica, that's wrtain," he said. Yet there Is a way of making the Jamaicans work. It Is the old meth od the Mississippi mate ures to get results from tho roustabouts. A foreman found a ma.11 prying nt the wheel of a 'steam shovel with the claw turned the wrong way. '' "Turn that crowbar over," he or dered. The Jamaican regarded him with a tolerant smile and did not obey. "Old you hear what I said?" de manded the foreman.' The Jamaican pouted. "Yes, sare, I heard what you said, san" ho said, almost rcbnkingly, and still not obeying. "I do not think It needful, sare.'" The foivman said things which lie should not have said. The negro straightened tip. "Don't talk that way to me sare," lie said. "You musn't talk that, way to me. . I'm a Hrltish object, sare." Just, then a big Georgia darkey, who had been listening to tho dvbalo, lost, all patience an'd picked ut) a stone as big as a brick. "Hyah, you niggah." bo shouted. "You g'wan turn dat crowbar over fob I lilt you on do shin with (lis yeah rock." The crow bur turned over In a Hash and the "iliitlsh object" did at least half a days' work in lli-j next eight hours. To Kvhlblt Colorado Fruit. (Special to Dally Panhandle.) Denver, July 2'i. .Ann aiigements have been made by thcColorado State Commercial association for a spat ial car, which will be loaded with Col orado fruit and exhibited at stall? fairs throughout tho .iddlu West this fall. Kharkoff, Jtily !i;i. Tho news of the dissolution of parliament ban been followed by murh rioting here. Twenty persons havn been killed and wounded In an effort to recapture forty prominent politicians, who bad loen thrown Into prison and whr wctj rescued. . ; If you. want a bargain in a farm of city property, call amj see us.' Th.tJ S. M, Cotton Lund r.nd JuiiiilsrnHon Co. Phone CO 7. SPARKS FROM MANY ANVILS 1 ! 1 . .Mohi.vv.'s att rafts Hies as dues the free lunch the hid' w ; 1 1 U lnafer. Fair weather friends dime In bui'.rlii'H a I'd are likely () ;() f,l(. same ttay. You'P be a I'UI!'. time gel line, rich (ill the money you malvj in jour mind. ('!;eel i frequently mi :;l '' ken f i genius lei1 t:i'il nt'i'ui only b, the 111:111 v, Iio ban t lie che 'k. The dispatcher stale tint a Louis- i llle chaiil't'eiir was .-.liuo.-.t, kill.-d by a eoioaiiut ne. We only won der whether lie ate the pie or wheth er it. was thrown at. him by some in furiated pi dest rian. My o' woucn ain't, got much use for goats; she says they're too full of pernicious intivity, winterer's that. She was a-oill: In' of a cow In the bara-lot jisi'dny when a liillgoal billted in. He iol utily but ted. my !' woman, hut he butted the cow, an' I!. eti suddenly tuned to buttermilk. Then I took a ban' myself tin' hutted th butter; I made the butter fly without, v. lugs, by heck!" "George told me last, night, that I'm the only ;;irl he ever loved." "Then be must have lied to me. l,.l mom h." "Judso, I'd like to Ire excused." "What for? We're goiif to try an i em.in." "Oh, pardon me. I'll servo gladly." Kverjbody slaves but mamma; She frets around all night, Worrjin' about, poor father. Who wants every job In .'.ight. He thinks he'll go to thv seiialo, Or else be n couuty king; Wouldn't mind bein' e;ovvnior, Or any other thing. Poor old Daddy Decker Shake-i everybody's milt, Slakes speeches ill llht bedroom While mamma throws a lit. He's sure that he'll like congress; ll-o'll havo his seat just right; He's drawn his firs months' snl'ry Since tt new district is in sight. "What! Wed my daughter, sir?" lie cried; "why, she's my oi.ly child." 'The youngster would not be de nied, however ho Just, smiled. ' "Oh, that's all rl-lit." he said, undaunted; "ou se, sir, 0110 was all 1 wanted." A good many youths begin to dis cover that they are father, to the man about, the time they approach the age of IT, and begin to get over It about the age of 7. We hear of one marrKl woman ft) Iowa who ne'er goe.4 through her husband's pockets, because he has a hhblt of having bis clothes made without pocleets. It has been noticed that many a man's progress down the stream of life has been most seriously impeded by gelling stuck on a bar. A boy goes to school so as to be able to earn the money to males his boys miserable by sending them to school. "Do you believe in the survival of the lit 1 est'.'" Inquired tho scientific man. ' "Always,' 'answered tho practlcnl person, "provided I am sure Mint my Interests are the fittest to survive." Down by the Sen. "Grace" tells me that unless a young man comes to the point la half an hour shedrops "elm." "Yes, slc's a perl'et t crank on gel ling enraged cj nirk." Slug a song of sv.ellhoads, a fel low full of gin, coining home at. 11. 111., his wife won't, let him in. His feet ale full of tanglefoot, his head Is full of whvcls. the keyhole runs around I hi; knob, he a funny feeling feels, Wo puis his feel, upon the porch, bis bead upon t'e1 ground, and all the time within bis "mag" the 'wheel:; are going round. lie thinks ihiit lie Is sober and every one Is llgjlil, :i lit he's In bis bedroom Instead , of out at. right. f thinks tiie moons' a dollar and will buy 11 doen drinks, and many other thought he thinks and thinks ami drinks mid thinks, ilitt. when his wife she comet h und w'th it lib kory slat, he elves il : hocl and jcllelll, "Now, Mary Ann, quit that."' Some men havo never yet found a ( tl"!:loue:l pew v,:', e;'ev a seat a;i a oor!-botto;'..etl chair 1.1 the opera houso. M.MtKFT KKPOIMS. Kansas City Me Slock Market. Kansas City, Mo., July 1'3.- CAT '11 -10 Receipts nt. the stock yards to day were 1:1, win, liiflu'llii;; l.miu Southern sleets. Tho market was oteadv. Native steers, $ I ('.!"; Southern st.crs, i.Voo; Southern lows, $:'.nn; ;i.,',ti; unlive cows and hetiif.;, $L'.no it ."'..'" '. Mockers and f lers, $ J.f. 1 .' I. mi; buMs, $:!. !'' ind; calves, if 2..',t) rw li. 1T1 ; Western fed st'-M's. ?::.7'"" a.'.iO; Western fed cows, lienor I. ail. MIKKI' Kecelats, .", .000; weak. Million.-. $1.1.". 'i 1; till; lambs, $"."n ti range wethers, !f, j.oO ' ti.li 1 0 Fed ewes, $ t.r.O :,..",(. Chicago Live Stock Market. Chicago, July 2:1. CATTI.K lleccints. I!'.). (mil: market steady to lower; beeves. l.onfn (.0; cows I ninl heifers. $ I .'-'' 'l '. -"1 ; stockcrs land feeders, $L'.r,t) Oi I.L'." ; Texalis, ! ? ..27r '.0; cahes. $.V()(i fit tl.2." . I SHK!-:P-- Receipts,, SO, (Kill; mar I l;et HI 'ulac lower. Sheep, $;t.00'o 1 .".70; Innihs, $4.7.1 "i- 7.7(1. St. Louis Wool Market. St. I.ouis, July 23. Wool.steady; Territory ami Western mediums. (i L'sc; tine medium, Hift'-Oc; lint-, 1 i 17e. ' Lend and Copper M.vrket. .New York, July "3. Lead and copper unchanged. Chicago Grain Market. Chicago, July 113. - WI IKAT -.Inly. 7'-jc; September, 7ti,,7C COKX July, .r.oiHc; September, .1U Lie. OATS July, 33-?4c; September, 3 2 (. Chicago Proisions Market. Chicago, July i"l. --PORK Sep tember, $17.32!J. LARD July, $S.871,i; September, u S.0.1. Rl US September, $9. So. New York Money Market. New York, July 23. Money on call, 2 '-b C'( 3 percent; prlmo mercan tile paper, .1 1 j 'Ji ,1 :ti . Silver, 0.1 'i. New York Stocks nnl Roods. ,Kew York. July 23. Atchison. & ; Preferred. Itit'i;; New York Central. 133; Pennsylvania, 127 'i; Southern Pacific, 7 1 Vi ; Prion I'.i iltlc, 147 preferred, 93; Almag.i niiited Copper, 97; Sled, 3.1 " ; pivferred. 103". , .1 St. Louis Spelter Market. St. Louis, Mo., Jul y23. Spelter, si cady, $.1.9 2. Meeting of Texas Workmen. ( Special to Dally Panhandle.) San Antonio, Tex., July 2 1. The tenth biennial meeting of the Texas grand lodge of the Ancient Order of Culled Workmen opened hero today for a three days' session. About 20(1 members of ths order, Including tho grand lodge olllcers, general commit ttcmen and delegates from each of (be 120 lodges In the stale, tire pivs 01ft at the convention. Tho delegates to the supreme lodge meeting recent ly held at Montreal will offer their report, and other important business will be transacted. Palling Rnildlng Kills Fourteen, (Associated Press,) Son I li 1'ratiilngham, Mass., July 24. 1'iuler electric lamps tho work of exhuming the bodies from tho ru ins of Hie Amsden building, which collapsed yesterday, when undergo ing repairs, went on all night. A complete list, of the dead and mh'slng numbers fourteen, most of the niboliig workmen. Henry L. Sawyer, a merchant, was among the killed. Mining Fnginccr Meet. (Associated Press.) London, July 24. A joint, meet ing of the members of the American Institute of Mining Kiigliiivis, and of the Rrillsli Iron and Sleey insii tttle opened at tho Institution of Civ il Knglueers here today, with a large ill leiiilance. The Americans were heartily welcomed. 0icnliiK of Missouri I nlr. Marshall. Mo., July II I.-One of the most liiiiiorlimt county fair to lie held In Missouri this year opened here today. The Viorsvs entered numlicr I3.", leventi'eu slates belim repis'seiiied. Thru jmrses of $ I, (MM) eaeli and one of $."0, are offered. Opening 'f Texas ( haii(auiiii. Waxiihachie, Te.s., July L'l. -The iixiilinchlo I'hiiulauaiiii asseiiibly will (men this evening. Many tinted spenNei's and musicians haw been enu.iped. Texan 1 1 -!il a nmbeciie. liiseo, Tc:;., July 21. A big two d ::.vb' harbecue and pldilc commrnc e,l hsie today, Kith a lcrge crowd In uKeiiilauco. ANNOUNCEMENTS Por Stale Senator: HON. I), V.. DKCKttR, HON." J. W. VHALH b'or District Judge: J. N. HROWNINfi. IKA WKlSTOt; I'or Sheriff ami Jlax Collector, 0. K. (PKTF.) C,IIVIN P.M. HILL. 1. P.. ID C.HPS r. c. sow dpi; b'or Count v lodge: J.'W.C.INX, . W. U.dl-P. : SAM R. Ml-.RKILL. I'or CotuitT Attorney : - HI ;ii L. i'MI'IIRP?, W. W. COW IN. . Por County Treasurer: J. M. DONALDSON. , X. II, TPDOR. I'or County A csr: -. A, L RIDINGS, C. 1'. MAYI-R J. P. I I.OYD. Por District and Countv Clrrlt. PRANK WOI.I'IN. I'or County CoiiunisMoncr. C.' M. HARDIN JNO. I!. KPRR Por Justice of the Peace (Precinct No. I.) J. S. HOI. MAX. W. W. K1DD WANTED. 'e .would like to list for sale a few more D'.O and 320-ncre farms within it radius of seven or elRht miles of this city. If you have such tracts and desire to sell same, call and see us nt our ofllce In the Aniarlllo Hotel Annex. Lakenan & Barnes Land Dealers. That's What They All Say Candies r'v Exclusive A,qenc:rJ Roach Drug Co. Shipments fresh all the time. Stock Salt NEW ALFALFA AND MILLET HAY Canon City Coal. Colorado's Famous Fuel product. The best coal on the market. 6 4 4 KUTCH tt FYE, rhone 338. 605 Polk St. f You Want A Home or Ranch in Sher man, Hansford, Ochiltree or Hutchinson counties write Champ Traylor Plomons . Texas Who has some great bargains, in Railroad, School and Pat ented Land. Democrats Open Heailquiirters. Oklahoma City. Ok., July 24. Itooms are beinc fitted Up hero for ' Oklahoma democratic congrcs- 1 ' "I'll lli.M ft f t M : I'l ,t,'i 1kl,li.l, U'tll Hnk. ......'.,,,.v,r, 11, ill. 1 v., J, J,.i,,- ; '..ly be opened In a few days. Wil liam Cross of this city and J. J. Dunn of Alva, t 'li;i!rniiin of tho ronnressloji i! eatnpali;n committee, aro the chief :d;(aies for the nomination. "0111" (' ' :., who m (ravelins man for, a. -as City dry yoods house, wan democratic candidate for dole to conKToss three years ago, and . . ; ilcfeatod by Itlid Mct'ulro by a narrow margin. To Assist Constabulai j', M iniki, Jttly LM. -Governor Id lias reqiKhtcd' the military to aid In an ejtort to. punish the l'ulajanes In the province of Leyle. Two Wttnlr Ions of troops have boon sent to lire assistance of "tho constabulary. . The Island of Cebu Is reported to be coin pletely subdued. w ., (. t . t m 4 "