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THE LAST LAUQH.
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The Duke of Arcos, HpaniHh Minister nt J
Wnxhiiicton, was insulted, through nn ovei- i
sight, by receiving nil invitation lo nltond |
the célébration at (Chicago of the second
anniversary of the battle of Manilla. Due '
apology has, however, been tendered and ]
accepted.
In commenting 011 the incident, the Bal
timore Sun «ays, in part:
"Ten years from this time, if the fates
decree that the United States shall hold
tho Philippines as a colonial dependency, I
the Spanish minister may not be averse,
as he very naturally is now, to celebrating
Admiral Dewey's victory at Manilla, on
May 1, I8ÜS. It will have convincingly
demonstrated by that time that this coun
try, and not Spain was the victim of Am
erican valor and superior naval skill on
that historic occasion. When Spain's di
plomatic representative reflects upon the
enormous expenditures of his country in
the vain effort to conquer the Filipinos,
and observes to what an extent American
treasure and American lives have been
sacrificed in our effort to rival Spain's
lecord, his resentment should vanish.
Spain in time will be amply avenged for
the destruction of her navy and the en
forced cession of her territory, and oui
profit and loss account will show that we
have been mercilessly punished. Helaughs
best who laughs last. Even now the Span
ish Ministei is entitled to shake his sides
when he reflects over the artless way in
which the Americans were "gold-bricked"
into paying $20,00(1,000 to Spain for a most
harassing war, which has already cost us
over $100,000,000, exclusive of the first
payment, and is still in full blast."
Roundlap Bale Made Cotton Higher.
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Wherever The American Cotton Com
pany's Roundlap presses were operated
last season higher prices prevailed for cot
ton whether baled round or square. In
order to get cotton, square-bale buyers
were obliged to pay more than the market
price, and more than cotton was selling
for in neighboring towns where there was
nota Roundlap plant. In some cases the
premium paid by square-box ginners in
competition with Roundlap gins during
the greator part of the season was as much
as half a cent per pound above the price
ruling at other old-style gins in the same
county. Tho inevitable result followed.
Cotton (and the owners' tiade with it) was
drawn for long distance to Roundlap points
to tho profit of tho entire community, and
at the expense of towns that did not enjoy
tho advantages of round bale competition.
Tho effect of such object lessons has
been a demand for Roundlap presses for
next season which will tax the full capa
city of Tho American Cotton Company's
works running day and night.
Sufferer» with Malaria will lind Collin's
Ague Curo an unfailing remedy. For sale
by Julius Koch.
It is not possible at present for an out
sider to tell whether the shut down of the
steel and wire trust is a stock jobbing op
eration or a shrewd move in anticipation
of tho inevitable. It iiyiot unlikely both.
There is no doubt that trust managers de
pend upon stock jobbing. They can af
ford to keep their business going at a loss
and even to pay dividends now and then
without earning them, by having recourso
to the profits they make in buying their
own stocks upon the street when they iu
tend to send it up, and selling it when
they intend to force it down. Thus the
"lambs" may be made to keep trusts go
ing when the legitimate business of the
trust will not. This may be tho meaning
of the steel and wire shut down. There
are certainly reasons tor supposing that
the shut down is not unrelated to a ruin
ous falling off of demand in consequence
of the exhorbitant prices to which the
trust has marked up its goods. That far
mers have greatly cut down their pur
chasos of wire fencing every observer
knows. This one fact which, together
with facts of like character, indicates that
the steel and wire trust has reached the
limit of its power for the present.— The
IUiblic. >
II. Clark, Chauncey, Ga., says DeWitt' s
Witeh Hazel Salve cured him of piles that
had afflicted him for twenty years. It is
also a speedy cure for skin diseases. Be
ware of dangerous counterfeits. Julius
Koch.
While Russia's encroachments upon
China are so fiequently referred to nothing
Is said of tho invasion of the former's ter
ritory by Chinese immigrants. It is said
that there are many more Mongolians
permanently located in Russia and Siberia
than there are Russian inhabitants
China or Manchuria.
Owing to the enhanced cost of living
sinco the War with Japan and other un
favorable conditions prevailing over 1
large portion of China every avenue of
escape from the country is being sought,
and it is said that by means of what was
termed in this country before the war "un
derground railroads," hundreds of thou
sands of Chinese are finding their way
each year into Europe and America. And
it is surmised that the "upperground"
railway the Russian government is build
ing through Siberia may prove to be a
highway along which the Cninese will pass
in invading Europe.
CASTOR IA
For Infanta and Children.
Tk KM Yw H iw Always Bw|fct
Baars th*
Signature of
It is puxzling Kopubliacans and Demo
crats alike to understand Senator Lodge's
motive in giving expression to this state
ment in his speech before the Hamilton
Club, of Chicago :
"It must be plain to the American eiti
seoo that the insurrection in the Philip
pine* is nearly at an end. But I will tell
you that it will go smoldering along until
WilUam McKinley is re-elected President
of the United States next November.
We will then deeide on our duty when
the problem is settled. Until that time
tbe strife must continue."
The most bitter anti-McKinley man
eould not have given utterance to a more
damaging charge, while it is well kuown
that Lodge is one of the President's most
obsequious slaves.
COLLIN'S AGUE CURE { s an unfail
ing remedy for all Liver and Kidney
Troubles and a thorough Blood Purifier.
For sale by Julius Koeh.
Spain has more sunahiue than any coun
try in Europe. The yearly average is 3000
hours ; in England it is 1400.
ASTHMA.
8am eure, Crosby's Swedish Asthma
Remedy. Trial package mailed free, Col
ites Bros. Ifedieine Co., St. Louis. For
Mk by Jalitu Koeh.
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I Republican Senator to Turn Democrat.
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I tion comes from
Washington, April 20.—Republican Sen
ator (joorge L. Wellington, of Maryland,
will become a working member of the
Democratic party after the close of the
present session of ( 'ongress if he keeps lo
his expressed intention.
He has already announced that he will
not support McKinley if lie should be nom
inated. The Senator will take 110 overt
political action until MeKinley's nomina
tion shall have been made. This informa
Senator to whom Mr.
statement of his
Wellington has made the statement of his j
intention.
Moreover he will support the candidacy j
of ex Senator Arthur 1'. Gorman, to sue
eeed himself in the Senate. After eon
eluding his present terra Senator Welling
ton will retire to private life and attend
to his business interests.
Senator Wellington opposes McKinley
conscientiously, because he regards him
as unfit for tho presidential oflice. He re
sents tin' suppression of General Miles in
time of war, when the country needed his
services, lie believes that if Gen. Miles
had been placed in command, there would
have been no horrors of hospital ships, and
110 crimes of the camps.
He resents the calumnies which were
hurled against Admiral Schley, in admin
ist rat ion circles, after Schley had won his
great victory.
He regaids the Porto Rican tariff bill as
an infamy, which Congress enacted be
cause McKinley demanded it.
These are a few of the reasons which
Senator Wellington gives to his friends for
opposing MeKinley's re-election; and,
order to mako his opposition active instead
of passive, he will formally declare liim
self a member of the Democratic party.
The liest in tin- II or hi.
We believe Chamberlain's Cough Rem
edy is the best in the world. A few weeks
ago we suffered with a severe cold and a
troublesome cough, and having read their
advertisements in our own and other papers
we purchased a bottle to see how it would
affect us. It cured us before the bottle
was more than half used. It is the best
medicine out for colds and coughs.—The
Herald, Andersonville, Ind. For sale by
James A. Lee, Druggist.
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Mis. Morey, of Coney island, N. Y.,
peddles milk, but she doesn't keep ahorse
and wagon. Instead of that she drives
her cow around to the houses of her cus
tomers, and, while they wait, Mrs. Morey
says, "So, Boss!" to the sleek-looking
cow and proceeds to milk the desired
quantity. In this way each customer is
assured that the milk received is fresh
and free from adulteration. This custom
of leading the cow from door to door was
in common practice in this country many,
many years ago, and in parts of Europe
tho milch cows or goats aro still made to
serve in the place of the modem milk
wagon.
"1 think DeWitt's Little Early Risers
aro the best pills in tho world," says W.
E. Lake, Happy Creek, Va. They remove
obstructions of tho liver and bowels, act
quickly and never gripe. Julius Koch.
"The Curfew Shall Now Ring To-Night,"
or any other night in St. Louis ; but many
of the owners of mills and factories have
agreed to have their factory or mill whistles
blow in the evening to warn tho children
that it is time to go home. The whistles
will be blown at S o'clock in the winter
and 0 in the summer, and the plan will be
continued for a year. To have mill owners
get up steam to blow whistles puts St.
Louis much ahead of the country village
that has nothing but a church bell to sound
a curfew with.
W. H. Shipman, Beardsley, Minn., un
der oath, says he suffered from dyspepsia
for twenty-five years. Doctors and diet
ing gave but little relief. Finally he used
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure and now eats what
he likes and as much as he wants, and
he feels like a new man. It digests what
you eat. Julius Koch.
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The judiciary committee of the House
has directed a favorable report on the bill
providing means of indemnifying foreigners
injured in person or property through mob
violence in this country.The measure grows
out of the lynchingof Italians in Louisiana.
. —
Otto Korb, Grand Chancellor, K. P.,
Boonville, Ind., says, "DeWitt's Witch
Hazel Salve soothes the most delicate skin
and heals the most stubborn ulcer with
certain and good results." Cures piles
and skin diseases. Don't buy an imita
tion. Julius Koch.
The steamer Breamer arrived at Vic
toria, B. C., yesterday with 1506 Japanese
immigrants, while the Empress of China,
due to-day, has C00 more, almost all being
bound for United States ports under con
tract.
The Treasury Depaitment has oidered a
special agent to proceed to the Pacific
coast to investigate tho matter of the large
influx of Japanese coolies to this country
within tho last few months.
COLLIS 'S AG VE CURE works the
liver, guaranteed. Price, 50c. For sale
by Julius Koch.
Matthew S. (juay was refused a seat in
the United States Senate on appointment
of tbe Governor of Pennsylvania by a vote
of 33 to 32.
Cleanse the liver, purify the blood, in
vigorate the body by using DeWitt's Lit
tle Early Risers. These famous little pills
always act promptly. Julius Koch.
It is a little discournging to the citizen
who has suffered from and mastered pains
in the back, corns, warts, bunions, tight
ness in the chest, ordinary and extraoidi
nary headaches, grip, appendicitis and
heart failure to know that there is a new
affliction, just eome to town, called mas
toiditis, which attacks one in the ear,
sounds like somebody breaking dishes,
and is only relieved by the application of
ice bags and leeches. But wait ; maybe
if s only a scheme to boom the iee and
leech industries, whieh have been a bit
stagnant of late.—(New York Telegram.)
While the medical profession is discover
ing new cures it must also discover new
diseases to keep abreast with tbe times.
Sore Eye».
Dr. Jackson's Indian Eye Salve, a cer
tain eure for weak and inflamed Sore
Eyes. Price 25c. For sale by Julius
Koeh.
A big Japanese immigration to the Unit
ed States has set in that will eause a labor
upheaval. Five thousand are already on
their way here and 25,000 more will eome.
Man# Lire* Saved.
In almost every neighborhood there is
some one whose life has been saved by
Chamberlain' s Colic,Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy, or who has been cured of chronic
diarrhoea by tbe use of that medicine.
Such persons make a point of telling of it
whenever opportunity offers, hoping that
it may be the means of saving other
I lives. For sale by James A. Lee.
A FEW CONUNDRUMS.
1 What is the difference lie
teen 11 sehoolirmster mid m it en
gineer? One iiiitnls the train nn<l
the other trains tin* mi ml.
2. Whirl, is the most difficult
train to catch! The 12:50 train,
because it. is ten to one if you catch
it.
3. Why have fowls no future
state? Because they have their
j ^ wop j d jn ^ w()r , d (Neckg
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j twirled).
4. Wiiy is a dop in a réfrigéra- !
tor like a plumb line? One is per- j
pendicular and the other is a purp
in de cooler.
5. If a man should break his knee i
where would he go to get it
mended? To Africa. Why? Because
there is where the Knee grows
(negros).
6. If a woman should break her
knee where would she go to get it
mended? To Jerusalem. Why?;
Because there is where the
"Sheeny" grows.
7. If the devil should lose part
of his tail where should he go to
get it repaired? To the aaloon.
Why? There is where they retail
spirits.
H. What could be wetter than a
woman with a waterfall on her
head, a creek in her back, and a
spring in her heel? One with n
notion iu her head (an ocean).
9. Whieh would you rather
have, five silver dollars or a five
dollar bill? The latter, because
when you put it iu your pocket you
double it, aud wheu you take it out
you find it "in creases."
10. How to get fat? Go buy it
from the butcher.
You will feel belter to-morrow L if you
take Collin's Ague C'uio tonight. For
sale by Julius Koch.
Americanism is becoming worth
ily distinctive in these days when
Ânglo-Saxonism is off man-hunting
in the Philippines aud South Africa.
Aud no one has more happily
phrased the distinction than Wil
liam J. Bryan. In one of the
speeches of his recent triumphal
tour of the Pacific Coast, Mr. Bryan
said :
"Anglo-Saxon civilization has
taught mau to look after his own
rights. American civilization will
teach him to respect the rights of
others. The Anglo-Saxon civiliza
tion has taught the individual to
take care of himself, while the
American civilization has taught
the individual that he can best
preserve his own rights by recogniz
ing the commandment, 'Thou shalt
love thy neighbor as thyself. ' "
i Beautiful j
iWomen |
5 There are few women as beau- 3
" tiful as they might be. Powder J
J and paint and cosmetics don't ■
■ make good looks. Beauty is ■
S simply an impossibility without S
* health. Beautiful women are *
8 few because healthy women are •
S few. The way to have a fair J
■ face and a well-rounded figure ■
■ is to take 2
I BradflekTs I
f Female Regulator!
This is that old and time-tried
medicine that cures all female
troubles and weaknesses and
drains. It makes no difference
what the doctors call the trou
ble, if there is anything the
matter in the distinctly feminine
organs, Bradfiela's Fe»
male Regulator will help
and cure it. It is good for ir
regular or painful menstruation;
for leucorrhœa, for falling of the
womb, for nervousness, head
ache, backache and dizziness.
Take it and get well. Then
your old-time girlish features
and figure will be restored.
SsM bydraggtsts far $1 a bottle.
THE BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO.
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CAST0RIA
The Kind You Have Always Bought* and which has been
in use for over 30 years, has borne the signature of
and has been made under his per«
sooial supervision since its infaney.
Allowno one to deceive you in this.
All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-good" are hut
Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of
Infants and Children—Experience against Experiment*
What is CASTORIA
Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare'
gorie, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic
substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worum
and allays Feverishness. It eures Diarrliwot and Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, eures Constipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy aud natural sleep.
The Children's Panacca—The Mother's Friend.
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
Bears the Signature of
The Kind You Haye Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
TMC CENTAUR COMPANY. TT MURRAY STREET. NEW YORK CITY.
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The school children of Pittsburg le:id
all the other cities in the country in their
dcp(Sits in the bank through what, is
known as the "school savings bank sys
tem of the United States.'' Since the
system was established there two years
ago the |)ii|)ils havo placed in the Pitts
burg Bank for savings, which is the de
pository for the fund, nearly £35,000 ; of
this amount about $5000 has been with
drawn.
COLLIS' 8 AGUE CURE cures the
Kidneys, works the Liver, tones up the
Stomach and purifies the Bowels. For
sale by Julius Koch.
.
Three hundred weavers in the Lowell,
Mass., mills of the Bigelow Carpet Com
pany have struck and three times as many
more operatives may lie forced to ipiit,
work because a young woman, Jessie Der
rick, desirous of earning more money t han
the Weavers' Union allows in its new
schedule, has been weaving three pieces
of cloth a week, where the others have
been able to turn off but two and
Wien the union could not force her
less work, it tried to compel the agent of
the corporation to dischargo her. The agent
refused to join a war against one woman,
and said that he would shut down all the
mills first.
The cat is tho only untaxed domestic
animal in Austria, and now there is a pro
posal to levy a tribute on pussy in that
country.
It is said that 100,000 Italian laborers,
most of whom are unskilled find employ
ment in Switzerland. Ninety per cent of
these workmen spend the winter in their
native country, being employed only dur
ing the summer months.
Tho crew of the steamer C. B. Bryan,
lying at Rochella bridge, Winn parish,
were run off by a mob Wednesday night.
The attack was the outgrowth of tho labor
troubles at the LaPont stave camps.
Mr. LaFont, who has a large eargoe
of staves tied up on account of these trou
bles, will appeal to the United States
courts for protection.
half. ]
to do
Kodol
Dyspepsia Cure
Digests what you eat.
It artificially digests the food and aids
Nature In strengthening and recon
structing the exhausted digestive or
gans. It is the latest discovered digest
ant and tonic. No other preparation
can approach it in efficiency. It in
stantly relieves and permanently cures
Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn,
Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea,
Sick Headache,Gastralgia, Cramps and
all other results of imperfect digestion.
Price 50c. and fl. Large size contalnsSH times
fpinii« !«.. Book all about dyspepsia mailed fre
Prepared by E. C. OeWITT & CO.. Chicago.
For sale by Julius Koch.
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C ompact , Dept. 3 Chicago.
Big Deal in Corks.
The Armstrong Cork Company, of this
city, has closed a deal whereby the An
heuser-Busch Brewing Association pui
ehased about 480.000 pounds of cork, cut
in various sizes, for use in the bottling
department of the big brewery, says the
St. Louis Globe-Democrat. This deal re
presents $400,000 and delivery is to be
made by the company steadily during the
next two years. In two years this company
will deliver to the brewery upwards 100,
000.001) corks, principally for quart, and
pint bottles,, This is said to be one of the
biggest deals in corks ever made. These
100,000,000 corks in bulk, weighing 480,
000 pounds would support 240,000 men
on top of the water wem they to be
thrown overboard each with a single life
preserver.
The protest so earnestly made to tho
statesman was this: "But you know you
are not doing as your constituents would
wish when you ally yourself with tho
grasping monopblies!" Unto which tho
statesman saw lit to make reply: "I do
not gauge my conduct so much by tho
wishes of a majority of my dear consti
tuents as I do by a knowledge of what
they would do if they were in my place."
—Indianapolis l'rcxs.
Three white men, convicted in the
United States court at Louisville, Ky.,
have been sentenced to three years' im
prisonment in the penitentiary for con
spiracy to prevent negroes from voting in
the late Kentucky election.
The Fifth Avenue Hotel and Madison
Square Theatre Building adjoining, in
New York, were sold in one parcel at pub
lic auction for $4,225,000.
The first Lodge in Kansas of a new far
mers' organization to be known as "The
Knights of the Soil," was organized yes
terday. It is the nucleus of what is in
tended to be a farmers' trust that will en
deavor to influence the price of grain by
regulating the acieage.
Acts Like
a Charm
On Coughs, Colds,
Night Sweats,
Incipient Consomption.
DR. DAVIS'
Compound Syrup
Wild Cherry and Tar
SOo. Bottle. Large Bottle • I .OO.
All druggists sad medicine dealers.
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