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Artie Appeal That Touched th Heart of Jefferson Davit. Humor lightens everything oven jrrim war .Icflori'mi Davis, with all "the wetKhl 11 f ii limiim ('Hilar un lilu ahjulilcru, could jet spare time to up-j)rrcili- unil respond to un artless np real. The Incident 1h related by ("apt. Kuthciiand. Aniotit; the ijiiiiktoiim pa per received ly tho confederate pros Went, tint following turned up one JajF: "IVur Mr. President I want you to let Jiimiib C. of Co. outh. Dill South Carolina Kcglmcnt. come homo and fret married. Jeem la wllllu', but J penis Captln ho ain't wllllu'. Now whon tm nil aro wlllln' 'rept Jeem Capt'm, 1 think you mliiht let tip und "t Jo'ins come. I'll make him ro titrali;ht hark ft hen he's dune B1 mar ried and light hard as ever. "Your affectionate friend," aud so forth. Mis Davis, ti'lliiiR tho story, adili that llr Davis wrolu his directions la regard to the matter on the la k of the li'Wr. They were: "11 .leenia Ko." Youth's (,'orupan iua. CHOICE OF TWO EVILS. Request That Wat by No Meant a Compliment for Papa. A New York scientist, tho father of law and growinc family. Iiiik lilt troubles One evening Ilia youngest w.tn holding forth In her hint Ktyln. The nmther could do notliliiK with tho chilil. ho the man of science went to th rescue "I think I can unlet little Flora." ho lid -There' no uhc humming to her In thai Billy way What hIic waula la rul music The fact that I used to r.ng in Die flloe club ul Yale and Kane "ll. too. may make a difference." Arnii dliifjly. the piofctsor look the cMId and. striding up and down the ri-oiii. sang In his hint manner. Ho Ii :d not nninhed I he second vcise of Ms hour, when a ring wati heard The cl iiir nan opened, and theru stood a Kill of M who said: 'I'm one of the fiunlly that's Jirst moved Inlo the flat next to yours Tin-re's a sick person wl'b 1)3, and ho ray, if It's nil the namo in yon. would .u mind letting the baby cry 'list' ad ir. alr.j;lng to it?" Hun-ess. Ssnatcr Morgan a Model. Rptiatnr John T. Morj.'.in. of Ala liama, occasionally write;: tiiai:a.iuc mrtU v: wlilrh Involve a great deal of re.tenivh, hut ho uniformly refuses to crept pay for theiii. In the couiao of lilu- eureer many railroad passes have heeti offered hint, but ho never iieeepti il any either for hlm.iclf or any member of his family. Though over SO years old, ho thiuki nothing ol working half tho night. Tho sena tor nevor haunts tho departmentH lookiug for Jobs for constituents. Of moderate means when ho entered the senate, he Is now a poor man, having littlo or nothing but his salary. What He Would Have Don. "Vill10l111- Well, old man, I haven't eon you for an ago. And how do you Jlud matrimony suits yon? Jolmnn (sighing) It's an expensive Joy; If ! had only known what I had tit pay In milliners' bills Wllhelm You would bare remained Ingle, oh! Johann No, I would have mnrrlod the milliner. Lustige Illatter. AFRAID OnpLYSIS A NERVOUS SUFFERER CURED BY OR. WILLIAMS' PINK PILLS. Th Medicine That Make Rich, Red Blood and Perform Wonder aa Tonic for the Nerves. Why rtro nervous tieoplo invariably jalo people? Tim uin-wer to tliat question explain "Why a remedy that acta on tho blood can cum nervous trouhliw. It explain why Dr. Williams' Pink fill for Pule Fooplo are. also fur uervous people. lt is heoaruM of tlm itttimnto relation "bet won tho red onrpnsclMi in tho blood ud tho health of tho nerves. Tlie nervous syHtem receives its nourishment .iliromIi tho blood. Let tlm blood be como Uiiii, weak and colorlea und the nerve are starved tho victim is start od on the road that loads to nervous wreck. Itforvons peoplo are palo people but the pallor come first. Kuricli tho blood und tho nerve are stimulated aud toned op to do their part of the work of tlio ttody. Or. Williams' Pink Pill make ml blood aud transform norvnns, lrrit ble, ailing jieoplo into strong, eu.getia forneful niou anil women. Mr. Harriet E. Porter, of 20 Liberty venue, South Mi-dford, Mas., says! "I bad never been well from child hood and a few year ago I began to have dir.zy njiellu. At such times I ixrz& not walk otruight. I was nfraid of paralysis aud wa on the verge of nervous prostration. Thou neuralgia et in and affected the sido of my laco. The pains in my foreiicud were excru ciating aud my heart xtiuod mo ao tlut my doctor f oared neuralgia of the heart. 1 tried several dilTnrout kinds of treat snent but they did me no good. "One Any my son brought me some of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills and I found -that thoy strengthened my nerve. I took auroral taxes and felt better in every way. There wore no more dizzy attack, the neuralgia left me aud I have Iron a we'll woman ever since." Dr. 'Williams' Pink Pills are invaluable -In ajwmia, rheumatism, after-effects of -the grip and fever and in lck bead .cites, nervousness, neuralgia, and even tKutiai paral vsir. and looometor ataxia. Oar booklet "Nervon Disorder, llethod t" Home Treatment" will be rnnt free on req nest to anyone interested. TrV'rite for it today. Dr. Williams' Pink Pills are sold by U droggisr. or will be eoflt, poattiaid, on reoeipt of prtoe, 60 oent per box, six hna for ta.60. br the Dp. William medicine Comfnuiy, BuUcnooUdy, N. X HOME TRADE NOTES UTTLE GLEAMINGS THAT POINT MANY MORALS FOR ALL. A NEW TEN COMMANDMENTS Carefully Revised by the Catalogue Houses Mall-Order House and Pur Foods The Local Dealer. The ten commandments as revised to fit the mull order catalogue house plan : Klrst You shall sell your farm products for rash whenever you ran. hut not to us; we do not buy from vim. Serond You shall believe our statements and buy all you need from us because v.e want to be goud to you, althoiith wo are not person ally acquainted with you. Third- You shall send the money In advance to give us tho chance to gel the goods from the factory with your money; meanwhile you will have to wait patiently a few weeks because that Is our business method. Fourth You shall apply to your nearest elty to aid you In building lined roads so you may conveniently get the goods from the depot which yuu buy tiom us. for we do not build country loads. Fifth You shall buy church bells Send the lifeline of home trade to v v i Ft' " 'iffy s 0 you are not only helping him. but you help your community and yourself. If you permit the competition of the mail-order houses to engulf him, his de struction means the destruction of your town and your Interests. Keep your dollars at home. and Interior fixtures from us and for ward the money In advance, for that Is our business method, and you shall collect from the business men In ynur vicinity as much money as you can for tho benefit of your churches. Although we get more money from you than they do, still it Is against our rules to donate money fur build ing country churches. Sixth You sbnll buy your tools from us and bo your own mechanic, In ordor to drive tho merhanlcs from your vicinity, for wo wish It so. Seventh You shall Induce your neighbor to buy everything from us, as we have room for more money the less money there Is left In your community tho sooner wo can put your local merchant out of business and charge you any price wo please. Eighth You shall look often upon the beautiful pictures In our cata logue, o your wishes will Increase, although you are not In Immediate need of the goods, otherwise you might have some money left to buy necessary goods of your local mer chants. Ninth You shall have the mechan ics who repair the goods you buy from us book the bill so you can send the money for hi labor to us for new goods, otherwise be will not notice our influence. Tenth You shall. In case of acci dent, sickness or noed, apply to your !oe dealers for aid and credit, a we do not know you. The secret of how It has been that some of the eastern mall ordor bousee which have done business In Montana and elsewhere wore able to undersell local merchant on some lines of aro cerles ha been revealed. The revela tion baa come about through the oper ation of the national pure food law. One of the big mall order concern, which ha done a great business in Montana, makes the announcement that It has closed it grocery depart ment, giving in a circular It reason for doing ao "because its maintenance has been made impracticable by Hie pure food laws Just passed by con gress." If that I not an acknowledgment (hat the consumer have been fur nished With adulterated food atnffs when they orAered grocerle, then tho English language Is not underntund nblo. By selling the stulf that ban been put under tho ban because of Its Impurity, tho mall order concerns have been able to undersell the local merchants living hundreds of miles away from tho grcut centers of sup ply. In carrying on this trade In Impure goods, tho mail order house have done the greatest Injury to the con sumer. Whilo tho local merchant baa lost somo trade, ho has had at least a part of tho business of the runch man and miner In his vicinity, but the consumer, who has been caught by the "cheap" prices offered, ha not got what he has been paying for by a long way, and there I no way for him to get even. As It has proved with tho groceries sent out by tho eastern mull ordar houses, so it Is with the other lines they work off In Montana. The end dls and harness offered at phenom enally low prices, the buggies and wagons, at prices which acorn almost like giving the vehicles awny, tho kitchen utensils which are priced in the voluminous catalogues at figures that Indicate the local merchants aro highway robbers, the dry goods thnt arc offered at such Inflnlteslinnl cost as to compel tho ordinary woman to believe the mall order man Is a public benefactor, nil of these eustern mall onler house offerings are on a par with the proved quality of the gro ceries they have been selling fraudu lent and put out to sell and not for service. Tho confession on the gro- mil. your local merchants. When you do ccrles should make tho eastern mall order house patrons think before they send off another order for "cheap goods." Helena Record. Your local dealer stands ready to duplicate every offer bo seductively set forth In the catalogues of mall or der houses and nioro, says an ex change, lie will trump the best trick the mull order house ever played If you will put down the spot cash and accept from him a class of goods de void of respectable ancestry, and upon which no reputnblo manufacturer will plaro his name. He can sell cheap goods, too, If you will buy them from him with your eyes shut. Ho can moot the best price ever made by a mall or dor house If you will plank down the money nnd accept what ho gives you without question anil without recourse but you must not expect him to be In his place of business every day In the year ready and willing to furnish expert help when you aro In trouble, ready and willing to stand back of ev erything he sells with his own reputa tion and tho warranty of a responsi ble company. Honest, now, don't you really pat yourself on the back when you spend your money In such a way that In sup plying your own wants you help build up the neighborhood In which you live? Of course you do, and you act on that Idea yourself, but the trouble Is that you don't talk It enough to your friends. Streator (III.) Prejis. Horn Trad Hints. A dollar spent at home stays around home and may return to you after a few days. If you want to make yonr own town prosperous yon will spend your money In your own town In preference to some bigger burg a long way off. The way to itart a wagon out of th mire I for all the horses to pull to gether. One way to pull together Is for everybody to patronise home Indus tries whenever possible. Money In circulation around the town you live In 1 much better for your interest than th tame money in circulation In city hundreds of mile away. Tour dollar I lonesome In a big elty, but It has friends around home and 1 therefore more useful THE TRIAL AT BOISE REMARKABLE STORY TOLD BY HARRY ORCHARD. ADMITS KILLING EIGHTEEN KLN Defense Hopes to Break Down Story Haywood Has Six Attorneys and State Four. llolso, Idaho The croBS-cxamlna-tlou of Harry Orchard, by his own con fession the slayer of IS men by bullet and bomb, Is likely to last through su entire week. Orchard has been on tho stand in the trial of W. D. Haywood for 14 hours In direct aud cruss-exuuiluatiun. The Btate bad him In hand seven and a hulf hours. In that time lie. told what appeared to be an Incredible Blory, tspread over the 11 years of his life. lleglnnlng with the year 1E35, be unfolded u career In which, to us the language of the leading counsel for the state, "assassination was a trudo and murder a means of livelihood." Is State's Trump Card. Th stale led out with Its trump card by calling to the Bland Harry Orchard, who says his real name Is Albert Horsley, but who rassed under various aliases, and who confesses that he laid tho bomb that killed Steuneiiberg. With some loading ques tions he was led to tell in detail a long story of various murders and at tempted murders, which nefarious work he says ho performed at the in stigation nnd In tho pay of the offi cers of tho federation of miners who are now under Indictment In connec tion with the Stounenberg murder. Ho said ho was a Canadian by birth, r.nd lifter moving into the mining region of the northwest became a member of the miners' union and achieved a reputa tion by executing sentence of death and destruction upon those who op posed tho purposes of the union. He rerotinted attaching tho fiiBo which blew up tho Hunker Hill mill In 1899, if attempting the assassination of (lov. Penbody, and recited In detnll how he and biB assistant, Stove Adams, blow up the station at Independence, Col., where fourteen non-union miners were killed. The culmination of his bloody rocltnt cuino when he told of the mur der of Steunenberg. Tells Story Calmly. At tho outset Orchard showed signs of embarrassment and. had to be en couraged to make his answers audible, but he told his nwful story with re markable calmness and solf-possesslon, while the man he sought to Impli cate, Haywood, listened Intently to every word and looked directly at him, evidently trying to catch his eye, which tho witness avoided. The de fense objected to the early parts of th story' on tho ground that they did not appear to be connected with Hay wood In any way, but the court over ruled this objection, saying that such parts would be stricken out If not proved germane. Orchard told of meet ing Haywood, Moyer and I'ettlbono nt different times, when, ho Bays, they paid him money for the various crimes lie had committed, and praised him for what he hnd dono. The wholo case then appeared to turn upon tho ability of tho prosecution to eslublish and cor roborate this testimony. Hopes to Break Down Story. Slowly but surely the defense is de veloping tho lincB by which It hopes to break down tho story of Harry Or chard, so far as It affects Haywood, now on trial, or Moyer and Pettlboue, who are yet to bo tried un tlio same charge. If It la possible to heap fur ther obloquy on the witness they havo dono so by proving him capable of petty crimes. lly his own admission Orchard is a bigamist, a thief, a liar and an Incen diary. He has played tlje traitor to his employers. He has desired two wives and his children. All of theso offenses he has been forced to confess, but under a gruel ling examination by IUchardson he hits stuck to his story and given chapter and verse. Ily their questions they have plainly Indicated tholr Intention to prove thut Orchard was -ne hired agent of tho mine owners, who, harassed by tho Western Federation of Miners, deter mined to wipe union labor from tho mines of Idaho and Colorado, planned assassination, train wrecks and mine 'explosions that could bo laid to the door of the Western Fodoratlon of Min ers and keep militia on the ground while non union men worked the mines. Julia nlagruder, Novelist, Dead. Richmond, Va. Miss Julia Mngrud er, the novollst, died here after a pro Hweted Illness. 8ho was 61 years old. She was a native of Charlottesville, Va., and her home was In Washing ton, D. C. Two Missing In Hotle Fire. Norfolk. Va. The Princess Anne hotel at Virginia Beach, Va., was de stroyed by Are, originating In the kitchen. More than fifty guests had narrow escapes. Two negro chamber maid are reported missing. Jews at Chapel Dedication, Denver, Col. Several of the most prominent member of the Jewish race In this country were present at the dedication of the new chapeL Woman' pavilion and Leo N. Levi ward of the Natloaal Jewish hospital for consump tive. Failed to Agree; Resign!. Rntirrftrie The ministry of M. Paslca ha resigned owing to It failure ft arrive at an uadenundlng with the parliamentary obstructionist Memento for President Dlax. With a simple but impressive cere mony President Dlax wa presented with the military painting portraying the action of his command In the bat tle of I'uchla against the French forces In tho war of the invasion. The pnlnting, which was the work of the artist Francisco do P. Mondoxa, a professor in the national school of flno arts and of the military college, was executed at the request of the gov ernors of 12 Mexican states, and was presented aa a personal gift to tho chief magistrate. The painting rep re lent Gen. Diaz In action In the glo rious battle which won fame for the Mexican forces, and at the moment when the forces under the direct command of Uen. Diaz saved the day. Mexican Herald. Cheapens and Improves Coal. Consul (ieneral W. R. Hollowuy, of Halifax, says that tho Canadian com mercial agent at Manchester, Kngland, reports an Invention at that place for depriving soft coal of Its most objec tionable feature by abstracting tho oils said to produce smoke, and call ing the resulting article "coalite," which Is something llku coke lu up pearnnee and which can be furnished at on.' thitd tho present cost of coal. Five acres of land near Manchester have been purchased, nnd largo works will be erected for lis production. Jnited Slates Consul Hoports. Our Queer Sense of Humor. "Americans have a strange sense of humor, don't you know," began the Englishman. "The othnh day, for ex ample, I went Into a reataurant with a friend and ho awsked for slnkahs. I was surprised to see them bring him threo biscuit of snmo sort or othah. Again at nnnthah time I dined with blm at a tniilc d'hote cafe. He said to the waiter, 'firing us a couplo of bottles of pink Ink.' What the waiter brought him, don't you kuow, was two bottles of red wine. "Really, ii is very :rngo, the American sense of humor. Y'ou catch cuto my meaning?" ! Y. Pros. The Business Instinct. A party of to-.irlnts were vlslllng the ancient lar.dnarks of Kngland, accord ing to a writer In the New Orloans Times-Democrat, and their guide was supplylog them with valuable historic facts. 'This tower," h) remarked, "gooi buck to William the Conqueror.' 'Why, what's the matter?" Inquired one of his listeners. "Isn't It satisfac tory ?" How's This? W ier rn Hundred P. l'irt Hiwtrd for in feen tf tarrb ibib caQiut t curat by ilau'f l,aiKrru cure. T.J CIIKNKV Cn.,ToMn, O. W11. thft n.JwlmicJ. hava known K. J. t:henr for thn Uat 15 jour., and balle litm parfrftlir hnn orwhln in all nualntt.i lranvltona and financially aula tu carry out any olillgaituoa marie br hla ftnu. ntLiinu, aiRnAi xtiTii, WU"lcia;c Iiruirf lM. Tuieito. O. Itall'a Catarrh Cure l uaen loientally. acting dlret tlr u..n the bawd and otticuu. urfa.-ea of tlie ey.ifltn. Teittmoolala apni troe. fnee 7i mu par D-.eie. s..ii ir all Iirngelaia. leu Uall'a family i'llli t ur eotutlDa'.lon. Whole Outfit In Harmony. "You've Been that new dress of mine," said MIbs Dowdey, "now that I want to get a hat to match what would you suggest?" "Why not get a slouch?" remarked Miss Knox. Lewis' Sinclf Rinder itr.iinht 6c. Many smokers prefer them to 10c cigars. Your dealer or Lewia' Factory, 1'eoria, 111. Even wisdom may be only kln deep. LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S VEGETABLE COMPOUND Is acknowledged to be the most ne eessful remedy in the country lor those painful ailment peculiar to women. Kor more than 3f) years It haa been curing Female Complaints, such s Tntlumtnution, and Ulcera tion, Falling' Bnd Displacements, and consequent bpiual Weakness, liaukache, and is peculiarly adapted to mo iiinuge 01 mm. llni.li U.our that It tine nA more cases of Female Ills than any other one remedy known, Lydia B. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound dissolves and expela Tumors at au early stage of development. Dragging Herniations canning pain, wulght, and headache are relieved and pcrmaneii lly enred by ltsnao. It correct Irregularities or Painful Functions, Weak cess of the Stomach, Indigestion, Uloating, Nervous Prostration. Headache, (Iene ral Debility; also, Dizziness, KaiLtness Kxtrvme Lassitude. "Don't care and vranttobeleftalono" feeling-, Irriuablllt v. Nervousnen,HleoplewmcM, Flatulency, Melancholia or the "Blues." These are sure indication of female weakness or some organic derangement. For Kidney Complaints of eilherWKx Lydia E. Plnkham' Vegetable Compound la a most excellent remedy, Mrs. Pinkham's Standing Invitation to Women Women suffering from any form of female weakness are lnvltdl to write Mrs Plnkham, Lynn, Man. for advice. She la the Mrs. Ptnkharn who has been advising sick women free of charge for more than twenty years, and before that she assisted her mother-in-law Lydia E. Plnkham In advising. Thus she is well qualified to guide sick women back to health. Her advice ia free and always helpful. Dont Miss This Opportunity sameatMa(iMiawktBxBB - When forty-eight hours travel will bring you to it You can go and investigate, and discover for yourself that you can be rich in a few years. I have 14,000 acres of Rice land in Chambers County, Texas, that I will sell 5000 acres of," in tracts to suit, at 125.00 per acre on easy payments. This land will produce from 30.00 to $ 100. 00 worth of Rice per acre, and then if you wrsh you -an produce some other pro duct on the same land, the same year, to again, net you that much. Don't delay, write at once. A. Q. B03 Chestnut Street, Th worst thing about commol ens 1 that it I so unfashionable. Mr. Wlnelows Soothing HrrarJ. for children teelbtwr, toftlu 111 Kurna, redlllMW tm fliglmiUuc, fcllaji pila, curM WLkd collu. SftcabgiU A broad-minded man never loset any sleep bocauBe another man's opln ion fail to agree with his own. FITS, St. Vitus Dance and nil Non-nut llmenwa iwrinnncntly curol by Dr. Kline ' tlrent Nerve Unlet tnd ior Free 00 trial bottle and treatiae. Dr. K. H. Kline, l.d.. 031 Arch (St.. I'liilodidphw, Pa. A Good Charger. Client Didn't you make a mlntnln in going Into law Instead of the arniyl Lawyer Why? Client Dy tho way you charge, there would he little left of the enemy. With a smooth Iron and Defiance Starch, you can launder your shirt waist Just as well at home as th steam Inundry can; It will have the proper stiffness and finlBh, there wlil bo less wear and tear of tho goods, and It will be a positive pleasure to use a Starch that docs not stick to th Iron. Corroborative Evidence. "Are you engaged?" naked the youni man. thinking he had noted a lack ol welcome. "Yes," replied the girl, "hut for this evening only. There'B my en- I gagement ring now," sho added, as ill electric doorbell sounded. Laundry work at home would Ki much more satisfactory if the rlghl Starch were used. In order to get ths desired stiffness, it Is usually neces sary to use so much starch that tin beauty and fineness of the fabric if hidden behind a paste of varylni thickness, which not only destroys the appearance, but also affects the wor lag quality of the goods. Tht trou ' liln Mn tin entlrnlv ntnrmmn Av tlnllia Defiance Starch, as It can be applied much more thinly because of Ha groat er strength than other makes. Wo should do eveithing we can for others, if only to 9lsslpato the thought of what they omit to do for us. Madame Swctchlne. 1 'ft U I B t II & 'I i3 A Positive CURE FOR CATARRH Ely's Cream Balm It eulck.lt teaorbed. GUm Relief at Once. 80c. XI j Una, 66 Warren St N. T iiy sToci akd ri rrtTDn-rvDcc MlSCtLUHEOUS Im treat Ter1tr for aale at the loweet firm by DEFIANCE Cold Water Starch ftutkm ifruoUry work ft ploMur. U os. pkg. l'Jo. IvntA c cl WX UW fc. fi BL.ANKE, 6T. LOUIS, MO. INKlLXlvf ! 3 1 t I I 1J P 'I A V