Newspaper Page Text
OKi:;uN, Ml.v-OUUi Issued Everv Friday Friday, April ICS. I1IOO. TERMS: S1.50 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE DOBYNS & OURRY,Pub'ishers Tm:ith is litll doubt that V- ! is tucky Democrats will wrnr jtt what they want in the way f v:.iet.oe connect npul)ii::in v.i'h tl.o ki'hrg i)f (ioebe'. With a fund of .-liKIUi'i to draw upon, anil the, Ker.t'jri.v Demo cratic conscience fully aroused, it tight t lie an easy matter to r.mvict 'he whol - Cepublicnu party of complicity in l lie deed. Ex-Sknatoi: Eiiiimi- mi! a qukk stop to the report that ho would j-nn the go called anti imperialist- in siij porting Bryan, by i injr: "It is aU-utd to think 1 would vote for Bryan urii.er auy circumstances. I agree with S.-toi-tor Hoar that however much we may differ with what vrais to lie the Its publican Philippine policy, il w:ii be in; possible to support lirtar. lie -tar do for so many things that are iii.t:.g"i - tic to Republican principles that I vui ild trust my own party before I would jo n him. We must take tin average of things a ml not be inllue neeil Iiy a sit-gle fact." Xo less than SOLO' have been paid by insurance companies, as tines i:i the etate, during the past few m intl:'--. The people are not getting any cheapr n. surucce, neither will the school funds of the various districts in the state bo benefitted at all in receiving their shaie of these tines which they should oo. The gang at Jefferson C"ty, ho.vct r, have turned over the entire Mini to the geueral revenue fund, which means I hat the biggest pnrt of it will betted for campaign expenses the coming election. Xo wonder the gang fought an intv-s't-gntion of the State Treasurer's books by the last legislature. It will eoin. tenn er or later, however and. then if justice is done the census of the peiiiteut'ary will be increased. Bethany Cepubh can. . i The Democratic theory that trusts are in some way attributable to the pro tective tariff hns received a 'tvre 1! iv from an official report just received by the state department from Consul I'r.-.nl: W. Mihin in Austria, who eays lli.it there is a marked tendency in tl.a' coiin try toward formation of trusts: that hit makers, paper factories, sugar in.inuf.ii turers, shoe inauufactuie's. makers of knit gocd. etc., are cotnb;ii':g duce expenses and that the great ,..i poration formed at Hu.la Pest is n?iif -ing possessiou of the gas plants through Hungary. These combination- are urv., having been formed in the past ye.. r. but there are also numerops other older combinations, which hate all the charac teristics of the American trusts. He adds that "it is worthy of note that Austria Hungary has uo protective tariff, except on a very few articles, such as cgars and tobacco, for instance, the tratlic in which is a government monopoly." The Democratic party was b.idly shat tered on the silver question in IAW. W'-M it split on expansion in UK"? There is good reason to believethnt it will. Mauy of the ablest and most couspiciv-us Democratic papers in the country are advocating expansion. The I'rooklvn Eagle, Richmond Times.Louisville Courier-Journal, Chattanooga Times, (Jalvts ton Xewe, Nash wile American, Philadel phia Record and other Democratic j a- pers of standing and character,!! re urging i their party not to let the Republic ins have a monopoly ef the expansion d .c-1 trine. All these journals are telling j their readers that national expansion! was n cardinal principle of the Demo- cratic yarty in its great days. They are showing how the country will be bene-1 lited by the enlargement of its bounda- j nes which has been made. They are ' warning their party that if it advocates I nny ting furling in the canvass of l!M.l it is eure to be beaton by a much larger majority than was rolled up against it in 1S!1 Pan-American Congress. j Further assurances hae been re-j cetved by the government regarding the ' proposeu seconu ran .uiiencan r:-n- gress, to which reference wa made some time ago. It was suggested that the capital of the republic of Mexico wouldbeun appropriate place for the holding of the conference, and that authorities of that country have untitled the 6ecretnry of state of tln-ir accep- tance or tho president's invitation and of their intention to invito the republics j oiporth. South and Central A menc i o (n tit is a failure in .Kentucky. Xeither send delegates to the conference. The j rty i lit to govern. The Deinocrato, proceedings of the conference will liiiv!,j u,,. naelmeiit of the infamous (Joe no little concern for commercial in- j be! law. made it impossible Tor the Re terests in the l'nited States, inasiuu.-h j pi.blic.uis to gel control of the btato as they may tend to discloe the reasons; g, verr.m.-iit. no matter if they had a for tho falling off or the export trade id rl.-nr Majority id the voters. Acting uu the United States to the Latiu-Atneii . It r this law. th. y attempted to unseht can republics. It wasuppoed at or e ' i;vernor Tay lor and the Republican time that this trade would lie power- ! nt.i'.o officials . elected with him. in de fully etimulated by the t-fforls lor cIomt i fi; ace of right and justice, relationships initiated by the United j Xow. if ( I. Iden b- nnl a monunienial States government, but the results have ; bur. t ie R-pubhean leaders altempt.-d ut been of a kind to bear out these ex to ma iitui their right's by conspiracy pectatione. This is a mutter nponjnnd mur-ler. If this be true, they me which whatever light may be thrown by ! ,,uit as unht to rule as are the Dein-i-t he conference will bo welcomed. ; crats. .Murder is no more to be con- j doneil than ti e robbery of the mojority What Thomas A. Edison Says. . of their right tog,,ern. We trust that "Why, after years or watching the pr.-- t!l iross-ev.iuunation of (Jolden may cesses or nature, I can no more doubt ellow 11,11 lld l,s,s T""1 Campbell tho exlstbuceor an Intelligence that running things than 1 do of the exist- ence of myself. Take, for example. !l e substance water that forms the erjst:,l ,' known as ice. Xow there are hundreds , of combinations that form crystals, and i ... . , . . , ' every one of them save that of ic sinks i in water. Ice, I say, doesn't. And it i rather lucky for us mortals, for if it had done so, well all would be dead. Why? Simply because if ice sank to (he hot-j torn of rivers, lakes and oceans as fast , ns it froze, these places would be frozen J up and there would be no water left. That is only ono example out of thou- ' aanda that to me prove beyond the pos-' sibihtr of a doubt that some vast Ic- telhgencn is governing this aud other planets." ARE YOU BA TVTf'r) TryT'. A.1 IvrvJ I in health, Constitution Undermined by CX-; , htrIIcro ! tra""ance in eat in j, byoisre- -'-,""-- t J i yarding the taw S Ol nature, or - physical capital all gone, if so. NEVER DESPAIR Tutt's Liver Pills will cure you. For sick headache, dyspepsia, sour stomach, malaria, torpid liver, constipation, biliousness and all kindred diseases. Tutt's Liver Pills an absolute cure. Free Trade Trusts. Toe M. L mis Post-D.spatch. b violent fife trade p-.per. hat- the following edi torial concr .'ing the power of trusts in fie,, trade England: i'he grint cimbinatious of capital in (.- at Britum have had llie result of f Tcii.g ih unian of the four great, rep r. ntalives of ll.e labor bodies of that cu'iutry. A' the recent conference in Eliiiburgh I'J'J delegates were present. Tf.ey represented the trade unions, the C i operant e societies, the uncial weini. cr..tio Federation and the Independent I.-ibur party. Resolutions were passed nrovidiii'' for the election of men to the 11 useof Cmmons who should directly represent the workers. Among the ul Sects ami. d at area legal eight hourdav. old-age pen-ions, cumulative taxation of aii form:-of unearned increment, a mini in un wage, and the organization by government of industries in winch the right t.i rtork ha!l be fiee to all. It is thus ti.a'. Jhetru.-l movement gave birth to a counter movement that cannot fail to stie-igtheu governmental action on sociiiht-lic lines. Tne "communi-m of capita;" is doing its work. J.ite Worth ." Out'. We defy the world to produc a me dicine for the cure of all.fortin of Kidney atI i!l .dder trubles. IMes aud all dis-ea-es pt-cuiiar to women, that will equal Smith's Sine Kidney Cure, Xinety eiii.t per cent, uf the cases cured with Smith's Sure Kidney Cure that have come under our ubsei vation have ben curi'd. We fell our medicine on a posi tive guara-ito-". if directions are follow ed, and money will l.e refuuded if cure is not effected. Price M cjnts. For sale b Clark (). Proud. White Wash-Iron Potatoes. A good white wnfh for poultry house is: Pour boiling iter on uuslacked lime, am: -!n ii occasionally whil it is slacking, aj ii will make the paste smoother. T one peck of lime add oi.e-half plot of ill noil one-half oz. ol indigo d:s .lived .in .vuter, or the tame inanity of Prus-ian blue, titn-ly podtr ed. A !! water to make it the proper tliickuer.- to put on the walls, lliiaolve oi.e oz. alum in a pint of water ami stir it into tne whitewash, to pervent it from rubbing off. Tins is sufficient for every p.-ck of lime. The editor supposes thut you wish to know what is the brst thing ti. put on Iii-h potatoes before planting to pievent -.jab. The best thing is this I ' irrorivo sublimate, :!'.. oz-.; water, 15 gi.l'on?. The corrosive sublimate is dis solved in about t.o gallons of hot water, and after an interval of ten or twelve hi urt- diluted with thirteen gallons or water. The potatoes to be planted ure immersed ui the solution for one ami one half hours, after which they are spread out to dry; then cut and plant as u ual. A half barrel -, a convenient receptacle for the solution. The pota toes may be put into a coarse sack and suspended in the liquid, lirst being washed. C irio-ive sublimate is very j uisoneus, and should be kept out of thewavof children aud animals. All ,h,. ,,utatoes should be planted, or, if u-t planted, destroyed. cle;i,ls(i tl") I,ver- i,ur,f-v tht" b,ooJ' invigorate the body by using DeWitt's L u!u Klrl-V R'm 'l'' famous little P':ls al'-vays act promptly. Sold by S. U- A "J,'. Ciark O. Proud An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure, and a bottle of P.allard's ! 11 irehouiid Syrup ued in lime is worth 1 a statf of physicians with a drug 6tore or two included. Price, - and ."0 cent !.J. C. Philbnck. The Kentucky Case. If ihe statement of F. WhiutoD ( ; iiden, in the trial of Pouers for cpiii- i,i i ilv in the shooting of lioeliel, are tr te, a conditiou of affairs is revealed .h';h m.ikes every true Americau blush fr tir uegrass state. Hidden testi- ii s that Covernor T.nlor and other ;r Miiiiit'iit Republicans were in a plot to murder not only (om-IcI, but enough D-mocratK in the legislature to make R.'publican supremacy secure. If this is true, th-n popular govern- tnicii.nnf. i- down there conducting the Democr.itic case, and this leads to 6"sI'cior. o" aliuo-t anything in the way ot fr,l,ul anil nny rate, it ,s "''- to suspend judgment as to (olll,,1.l'6,,,iJt' l:l",rK 11,11,1 nor dence is brought out. Try Craiii-O! Try Grciin-O Ask your Urocer today to show you a package of Crain-O, the new food drink that takes :h- place of coffee. The children may drink it without injury as well a the adult. All who try it, like it. Orain-O has that rich seal brown of Mocha or Java, but it is made from pure grains, nnd the most delicate stomach receives it without- distress. U the price of coffee. 15c. and 25 cts. per dackagj. Sold by all grocers. j "Rotation in Office." ! Tnere is uo doubt that the priucipleB j ,' the Uhlcsgo platform of lSiHi will be ; ; rsuffirmed by the Democrat at Kansiib ' Oil. Mr. Bryan himself and every niati of recognized standing with the sd- - .i . ver wicg of the psrtv gays no, and no lmdv who has a fair knowledge of the situation doubts that the silver wing w II dominate the convention. An in dorsement of the Chicago platform will involve indorsement, among other things, of the following declaration, which ish part of that platform: "We are opposed to hre tenure in the public service. We favor appointments based upon merit, tixeJ terms of office, and such un administration of the civil service laws as will afford equal oppor tunities to all citizens cf ascertained tilness." There is an ancient saying to the ef fect, that what is ounce for the goose ought also to be sauce for the grander. When the Democrats adopted this'plank at Chicago they had in view only ua tionul politics. It involved a cunningly devised assault upon the integrity ut the supreme court of tho United States, and a demand that the civil service laws be repealed and the old spoils system restored. Hut we are cot able to un dcrstnnd why if this is good Democratic doctrine it should not apply with os much force to Jefferson City as Wash lugloo. If rotation in office is wrong nationally, whv not in Missouri? If it a tit and proper in national affairs that the mil service laws shall be so admin istered as to "afford equal opportunities i lua" citizens of ascertained fitness,' ' not in state affairs? There is at Jefferson City a gang of corporation which for twenty-tive ears has been running the state's business to suit itself, with uo regard whatever to the interests of the people. Leaders and subordinates have conspired to keep each other in office. The latter ure res ponsible only to the former for their official conduct, and the former eeem to be responsible to nobody, All slate elections in Missouri take plnc-3 at the saoie time as national rlec tious, and the voters always have their attention diverted from state issues to the national bandwagon. Having some years ago, in the period of bitterness which followed the civil war, acquired the bad nabit of voting the Democratic ticket regardless of issues, a large per cent of them have continued that prac tice to the present time. On this blind course of the voter the Jefferson City- gang has lived and thrived uuinler ruptedly Xo state, couulv or municipality in the LniteJ states preterits a more odious example of "rotation in office" than that at Jefferson City. One of Missouri's FPnators has been in office constantly tueutt-liv year, the other ! twrntt -one enrs. One of her state officers has hi l l otlice i.-ot.ttnuously for ten jejrp, another almost continuuiit-Iy for fjiirte,-ii years, another for fourteer auother twenty mx. miuther e ghteen With two e.c-p!ion every elective Democratic state officer held some other public place before his election to the one he now holds, and their clerks and other subordinates have records propor tionately good The Democrats of Missouri will have several truly tine chances this year to shuw whether or not they really indorse the Chicago platform's declaration against "rotation in office." The fact however that tho Missouri Democracy is absolutely controlled by the rota tionits gives us little ground to hode for reform from that quarter. There i only one way by which the "state house gang" can be certainly and finally knocked out, and that is by electing a Republican etale eticket. K. C. Jurnal. In almost eery neighborhood tnere 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 the use uf that medicine. Sucu persons make a point of telling of it whenever oppor tunity offers, hoping that it may be the means of saving other lives. For sale by Clurk O. Pioud. J. I. Carson, Prothouutary, Washing ton, Pa., says, "I have fouud Kodol Dye pepsia Cure an excellent remedy in case of stomach trouble, anil have derived great benefit from its use." H digests whatyon wat and call not fail to cure. Sold by is. W. Aiken, Clark O. Proud. Three New Battleships. The Xavy Department has completed the plans held so lung in suspense fur the three new eighteen-knol battleship of 115,500 tons. In desiga they are to be between the Indiana and the Alabama class, with four 12-inch guns, as usuals; four 8 inch guns, carried in two turrets un either side, and the usual comple ment of Ii inch aud smaller rapid lire guns. The matter of special interest in this decison is that the 8 inch turrests are not to be carried on top of the great gun lurrests, as in the Kearsarge class. This was the question that caused the designs to be held up for so long. Tne construction bourd was divided in opi ion, both plans having 6trong advocatis and neither being able to appeal to prac- t cal experience. The KearBarge had beon tinithed when the decision was de ferred and had had her builders' trial but was not in commission and had not been tested by steaming aud tiring in all weathers and conditions, eo that profes sional judgment could be formed un the naval device. The kearaarge was put in cummissiou quickly, it was understood, to make these tetts for the information of the board, so that it could decide in telligently about the new Bhips. Xo re port of the trials has been made public, but it must be supposed that the result was unfavorably to u.se of superimposed turrets ou battleships, fit least till more experience of them has been gained in actual use. H. Chrk, Chauncey, Ga., says Di Wilt's Witch Hazel Salve cured tiiui of piles that had afflicted him for twenty years. It n also a speed cured for skin diseases. Hew are of daugerous counter feits. Sold by S. W. Aiken, Clark O. Proud. Why Sillier With nacUai ln'' I have suffered several years with backache, and after taking one bottle uf Smith's Sure Kidney Cure, I have been cured. Since then I have cot been troubled with my back. Too much can not be said in its praise. Capt. WmJ Forrest, Memphis, Tenn. Price 50 centf. For SBle by ClBrk O. Proud. No lnronv'iii.,ii",e ur dl-niinii from imsm?-.- BLOOD POISON all sta ;nDimrri c ... oiK-nition. (liiinfnl iirtin friNii.-ir urine eiiml. ' iu-iiii fiui'ii-. ;rn-uy ru.-iie aiii t-uiinie-iio:n C" 1 I CU ff-i'i'-1" ' lii'-i--. M. Ui.til lniitu!... w!i Urm EL. If. VVMhiSn fonr..rl i'ii.-.-. - ! -liur.----i.ilut. ii niil iiati'of Itiibb anil Inu.-tt Mi-i.-a. . !!- . au I u.n l..rrii.-rl I 'r.- !- ! Aatii.no !h-it il. CONSUtTATIOM FREE a-uil.s-. r bv !" - OI!i II ir, I -.. n ! iut..sirj. m. Sum! iy icnruui Iruiu ll 'UU In 1- -V. CHICASO 518 Francis St.. ST. SHAVE SAP IS THE PROPER THING NEW YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE An old, stanch, tried and true friend of the American People, from the Atlan tic to the Pacific, and the pioneer in every movement calculated to advance the interests and increase the prosperity of country people in eery State in the Tnioii For over a half century farmers h:ie followed its instruction- in raising their crops, and in converting them into cash have been guith .1 by its market n-port-. which have been Xational authority. If you are interested in "Science and M"chanio" that depart icent will please and instruct. "Short Stories" will entertain old and young "Fashion Articles" will catch the fancy of the ladies, and "llumorou- Illustrations" and item- will bring sunshine to your household. THK WKEKLY TRIP.l'XB is -The People's Paper"' for the entire l'nited States, and contains all important news of the Nation and World. Regular subscription prii:e l.f per year, but we furnish it a- a trial sub scrip' ion With THE SENTINEL 6 .tatlis for o Cents. NEW YORK TRI-WEEKLY TRIBUNE Contains all striking news features of Til K DA 1 IA TR1 IHW'K up to hour of going to press: and is profusely illustrated. Regular subscription price 81.50 per year, but we furnish it as a trial sub scriptiun With THE SENTINEL 6 Months for $1. Send all orders to THE SETITITVEL, Oregon, TQo., Before May 1st, 1 !(. 4 I? mum nnasac5 ii.l The Tallest Mercantile Building in the World. Oxncd and Occupied Exclusively u:. Sheriff's Sale. lly virtueaiiilaiitliiiril) of a spivial ri-i-u-lioii. isMieil from llie ullice or the clerk ! the t'lrrtiit I'mirt ut Hull Coiinly. .MiNMiiin. ri-iiirn-ahleat the April term. 1!ki. ! -anl i niiil. ainl to ine illrci'teil in favernf Ciles A. IjucIiIiii. aitiuinistratiir of llie estate n! Cmrje I rill, ile-(-easeil.aiiil against Kniina F. t;ni-lil:i-eji k. anil JIatfKlellray l.iveiiKonil. I li.ue leieil nimii am! M-ieil all the riclil. title, iiili-n -t ami i-l.iiiu vfthesaiil Kniina K. (irav-lll.nrui'K, ainl Mux gie Cray !.ieiiKinil. of. in ami lo llie Inllouiir; lescnheil real i.tate. ln-uit . ('nlllllleliclllg at a imlllt 117 feet Mill! Il of the northui'st corner ot hlock twenty--islil i-si in llie original l.mii now eilv nf iireKiiii. Hull County. Ml win. tlience smith HI feet. Iln-nce eat H.J leet; llienee ll.ilth ill fret: thence ue-l Hil feet to llie lil.u-e of hehiinii?. .il-o eiiiniiieiii'ii.i: 137 feet smith nt the ml tlie:i-l comer ut -alii hlock triit-ii:!it tliein-e smuli m feet; thence ttrsl u:i leet. Iheuce lentil l leet . thence cant li.V h-l lo the ila 'I hegiiuiliis. All lying ami in-iiix in Ilies.Oil e.nintv .o.il -laic of Miss'.uri. ami I will.nn SATl'IMIAY. AI'IMI. hetueeti ttie hniirs nl ti oVIuck ill the luieiiiinii. ami r. o elnek in the alteriiiuni nf that l.i. at Ihe court house ilonr. Hi the Cils nt Oreumi County of Holt. :ifiire-:iM. -ell the same, ur so much thereof ,i- may lie requ leil. at puMic veinhie. In llie hmhe-l hi.liler lor cah iu liati'l. siihjeci to all prior hens anil jinluienlx., to UIM -am execiiiani ami cn-is. .IIHIN K.UtNW. Sherltl el Hell I'muily. Order or Publication. sr.vTKoi'Missori:!.. County of Hull. ' In the Circuit Court of Unit i',iiint. in -anl State.tolheAiril rerin. Prnn '. 51. I'ie'rce S. Co. 1'l.llnt ill. ii. ilnliii T. ntiniles, Denfeiiilant. At this itav come the nl.uiilitl- herein. ! Henry T.AIkire .their altnnievimt -linn- t" Hie satisfaction of the court that itetcmtaiit isnnl ,i reshtciit of the Slate ot 51issniin. hereiuioii. It Isnri ereii h t he ( ullrt. that salil ilefeiiihuits lie lint Uii'it hv pulilicali.iii thai pi.iiiiiuis nave ciiiniiieiiceii a -un aain-1 nun in this court, the uhjert ami general nature of uliit-ll is that nlaintltfs seeks tonhtaui ami en furcea lien hy attaeliinriil fnra ileht title sanl ilalntins airaliKt ilefemlaiu iu the sum nf one iiiiiriieil ami lliirtv-oue ami i". Iml ilnllars ami interest tln-rcni! since the eomn ein einent this -nit acaiust the fiillnuing ile-enheil lejt estate in Ih.lt county, 5li mill, tn-uil: l."t limiilii-r inche i I-.m hi hhH-k liiimher thirtv fmir I3I11U Ike tow ii (ii. nv citv. of M ill l it I City Iu saM cniuilv ami state; ami that un less Hie saiil tlefeiiil.tiit..lnhM T. Klioilcs he ami appear ai Hits emirt at the net term thereof, to he hei:iiu an hoMcit at Ihe court house, in Ihe cit nl Oieumi in sanl ciuii- ly. on the asril il.tv of Annl ii-1. am! on or liefore the sixih tlav o! -.ml lenn if the trrin shall so huii: continue, ami if nut. then on or hefnre the last i.t nl sanl term ausuer or leail to the pelilniii in sjinl crti-e. the same uillis In t'lein he taken as ennff smi1.uiii! iinln ment ttill lie remlereil arconliirjh. ml it is fuitlier onlereil. that a emu herent lie published aceoriliii'4 to la v in Ihe lloi.r Cm NTV MKNTIMH. for four sin-ees-ive w.ek-. th- Ih-i insertion of uliii h to he at lea-t four weeks hefnre Hie sanl inn! il.tv of April. Simu. lil-.l). . IIHi;i:i.l K.I ielk. A true coiiv from the reeonl. Witness my liaml as clerk, am! Hie -cal of -.ml ska I- court. Hone ai ouiee in Oresmi. t lit .'1st i!:n of IVIiiiiarv. P.'Ki iiKo.w. hik;i:i:i-i:. i i. rk. Slieriir.s Sal in Partition. Illij.ili llnnlelt. William lho'e:r. -leiemi.ih Ken lull -ihiI aran hiioules. s. I. line- Spencer, Mr. Ceo. French, s.ir.ih Aim Isppnrer. I.llalieiu iencer. Sarah Kice.iein r licnsnii. Ami "lyrrell, Klia Nivn. I.mIii StioiMloii. lo'iiuafil Siniuioiis. Willie P. ii. . Harry Itailev, 51ar Ann Kalpli. Ann I'.l.ick hnni. Saraii Wintiehl. Ceo. I'.Iaekhiuii. r.enj.imin lilackhurn. Ann Ihovl.-tr l"r-il l.'oulett. Walter Uowlett. Ill the Circuit Court of Holt CmintN. Mlouri. Hv viilueanil autliuritx of a ileeree .iinloriter of sitle mailt' hv tliesanl Co rr. in II hole enlitleil cause, anil ol a certitieil cnn Ilierinl. ii.tit ti .oari ll 1.1. I'.'u. i win. u WEDNESDAY. AI'lHI, p.n. between the hours of oVIi.ck in the imeiiiHin mil .' i clock in the afternoon of th.it ila. at the front iloorof Hie Court llmi-e. in tiie l ilt of I'lreKiia IH Holt I'onntv. 5lis-inn. -' II- : puhhc emlue. lo the liluln-1 l,.,. r. the fol- lowiin; ilescnlieil real estate. u The northwest fourth in. w . 4) of the -milliwi-1 ipiarlerls. w. '4' of section tueit--eveii l'7 in towiisliip niiliiher slt iiiu) "f r.tleze Hurt -eiaht (3s.l All Ijlii ami lieui In Holt County. Mate of .Missouri. Terms o.' sale a-follows. i : Cash in haul. JOHN RA.MSAV.SIienlt- Administrator's Xntioe. Notice is liereh given, thai letters of ailiiiin lstnitloii on the estate nf finch Itncher. ihveaseil. wore granted to the iin.lersirieil mi the iTIlnl.iy of I'pliruarv. !:). ht the Preh ile Court of Holt County. Missouri. All persons lint iiigclaiiiit against saM estate .tie reiiu.-steil to ethihit tlioin for allntvanee lo Hie .iiliimus tnilors wltliui one year after Hie t'.ale of sanl lettets. orlhey may he prerhiilet! from any lieiieflt of such estate :aml If .ui-li claim; he not exhiliiteil within two tears f mm rheilaleof Hits piihlicatinn, Ihey will he forever harreil. I t S. .V. ItUCIIKi:. .1 ACOI! Iil'CIIKi:. Aiiinimstratoi-. Nervous Debility I Weakness of Hen! STRICTURE, VARICOCELE, BLOOD POISON 4iiJ all Chronic. lllouJ. ?.-r.M-. Pnv.-o.' oilskin I. i . -of l,nt!, -,---iin-il Rlirn cuVr-i fuit Boo- (or Men only. FREE at office, ur -iilfj fur 4 eeuu 111 si:.ihi. rumM anil Perraanent Cam Umranteed to Ken in nil fi-rin. of w. ikii'- 1 in o 'it-!, n. rw.u-n. l--.utli'ii illilltuN for !tui!i!- "r lii.nrrt . m -iU l.-iik. -iiuii-ui in iirm,-. i.iMviii i.i o.k V. I I. inii- N.. J fur iu:ati - . - J . ntif : -ur.i un! r-iii...-l fr-'Ui th- ,yteut. Mi'ii'im- iiii J'-r &: r. I' irr- arnuvml us JOSEPH. MISSOURI. 1 i-Ut i'o WITH." FOR HOUSE-C!..E AMiMr,. For Nearly Sixty Years The Leading National Family Newspaper For Progressive Farmers and Villagers. OLIO Published Monday. Wednesday ami Friday. A complete, up to date, daily newspaper three times a week for busy people who receive their mail oftencr than once a week. Wfioiesase pne to Users. Our General Catalogue quotes them. Send 15c to partly pay postage or expressage and we'll semi you one. It has 1100 pages, 17,000 illustrations and quotes prices on nearly 70.000 things that yon eat and use and wear. AVc constantly carry in stock all articles quoted. MONTf.QMEi?Y WASP Slierilf's Sale. Ii IHlle .Hill llltl!iirI ill .1 -(its-lal exei 1 t ion. ni:, il truin the .tlliee.it thi e eik . tte-I'.n-uit I eiitt "I Hull l'oiint . .Mimin. r. liiin ahle at Hie April lerm. 1 ".. el -ant emtit ami to me thus led m t.mr nl M. K. i.nei lirewiii r... .iml air.tn.st l!:iiie 51. Ilea-ieN. I l ine Iev: -il iin!iiini!-eii ,! :tlihe riIit. Iitl-. uilere-l ami elaiin uf llie suit l:.iii. M. l:.-;i-. nl, ui anil t l!ie f.ilhinin .l..-iili.-il r.il .-lale. to-uit. The -i.iil lie.i-t ipLirler am! lets .. ai.il i.. .ill in the oiillie.i-t iti:ul, r el -,-etinli itortv-tw.i i.L. 1 v 1 1 -)i 1 1 -I i. lie ilil i uf nilt lIllrH-llllie ( .! I'M-ept lllleen i r.i .mil o.-hll ;tt res In llie nihiMi e.tst enrili r heteliUlllU to .telill I. HlliMe. ainl . eept !tt. ro ainl l-l"e ..el. - -ni.l l. the S ,i:,l .leepli .in- Nehiakk.t I ..ilp.:il ..nipaii. ile-l'lllieil 111 ,1. isl r e.ril' 1 .11 Peek .1 ai p.ie ;i-7 leal ela!e r.-enrii-ut II. -It itinl. Mi-eiui. Ami cM'ept a'l tli.ll pert inn I ii-l ual .i.al pt.o l it a-the tnuii il l-Vrlci-iie. sln-ti h pi ti li.nl All-let til. Is H.io II tliee nl I. r"I.I.-r "I ilet n-nl Heir -.'iitI . 51i-.,iiiri. All lln :n,.l i'elll 111 Ihe -.11.1 .-.Hllill .Olil M.lle i! 5It--...ltM. aim I ual. en I. KM .s!l. . APKM. j".. I n. i. l-i'l t'.-n I lie l.etil- el l ii'elnet. Ill I Ii- 1 to-iii.. .ii 1 -mil .". .."cum k in Ihe altpp.noii nl lli.il !.i. .it Ihe enlllt hell-e 'lour. !l the ellv et i l. ..in Cmi:it ot Holt afote-ahl. - II Ihe -.tine, or -e iiiui-h fheteot as may he itiiurisl. at puniii emliie, to Hie hihe-I hiihler l.irc.i-lt in li.-ii.l. 1-uhject to all prior hen- ami tu. lament-, i lo -ali-f s.U'l e.enli..n .nnl en-t-. .IDHN i:51s. Mierltl o. I Cmintx. Shi'i ill's Sab' I'ikIit Scliiinl FiiimI Wltere.i-. mi He- lih il.it ef Not. I-..". Ilii-h n I'rieli.trit au.l tlnierta I'riteli nl In- vift'. lo llieir nmrt.ize uilii pmt.-r el - th-. reennieil tit the rec.rilet '-olli ol Holt CminU . Mioiiri. ill hunk .1-. ai p.l-" .:7,.i-nlitet e.i to ll'lit I 'nllllt V . Ml mil. Ill" t.illo-.tiiiil il.--eiih.-il r.-al t -tale. Iiiu aiut hemu -itnaieil in -.ml e.iuiitt .omI -tate. tn-n It : 1'lle ue-t ll.ill nl the miIhwe-t .pi. trier of Ile-mitline-t "ll. liter ! -eetl.m twelit .-tlllee. , ill towil-i-ljl -lIt. nf r.U.e Illirl--etell, 1.7'. except lite acre-. II Hie ttet -I lenl -,inl tr.iet. Which -aiil eonte-...in-e w.t- m.-nle in lru-1 In sfcuie the i:tiuent nt a cettain lml,as in -aiil limits Ki" wilii power of -ale i- ile-enheil : ami ttln ice, it i- protnleil in -aiit iuorri;.ii:.- Illal ill iiet.tlllt of the p.lMuenl n s;li li.ilnl. ,e i-i.nllii--1" it- term- an.l elleel-. that the Slier ill nt -anl county inul.t pre". it. without -nit i-n -.till lllnrtf;.iue. In -ell saiit lllnrtaeil prelniM-- r-t -ati-ft -apl tlelit . ami w lu re t-iletault ha heeu iu nle in the p.t ui" it i. -.o.I P.iml . ainl wle'le t- the Cnlllllt nmt .i.i! nil the I'lill il.tt n I'ehriiart Iwn. make an nnler.i Men ! upon the r ril.i-oiiiiii.tuiliii tin SIi.. til nt -aiiteimuit tn sell stlil preml-e-. nr -n lllliell therisif as Wlil I" -llllieiellt In I'.lt -alii ileht. Illl. re-I .11.1 en-t-. HOW. tll-refnre h tlllll I -.i!i!llof.t je .11.0 nriler ef -:.:e. I h ill. on UhlM:siAY..ri:il. -.. helwi-ell the llnur-n! l-li.e o i-'.iek In tie' hce- iiimi'i ami lite n'elni-k in Hi. altetn.in nf that lt.lt. at th ' north llnnr nf li urt I'.itle in the I'itt nl Oregnn.C.-ilitt n I hilt ..t'ltl Stale n Ml--Oliri. -ell at tillMte Cell. hie. In the huile-t iili!- ih-r. lor ca-h iu Intel, all the ri.-ht. tit'e ami m ti re-t of Hu-lun I'ntelianl an.l Minen i l'ni.-h-anl. Ins wife. of. in ami to Hie .-ilmte .i.--.-rit-' .1 leale-t.ite.iir-niillleli thelisil n- will l,e -utile fit In -.'tl-ft -alii fnteumie. Ilintl'J.IUe. Illl. r-t .III I costs. .ii ill n i:.tis.i . S!l.'Ii;i nf Unit t'.iltllty ! Final Self icini-nt. Nnliee i lieiehv iteii to all i r.shtor-ami "Hi. i- iiiieii-t.il in the , -tale nt i aili.inue . j Cr. t ll.ieee.ls.i. thai the llliilr-uui-il efu'.. j ,,, , v...,i u i i,. ' a lin.t! -elti.-ui' i.t there..: at the next term Ol Ihe l'rni..l!e Cniirt nl lli.:t I Itt.Mtale ill Mls-niiri. I" he lieglltl .Olil h"l'!. l il Or-inn ..Il Hie I Illl lat nf Mav. I"i AI I X AMir-KIKIt. I.te. ntnr Filial el I lenient . Nntlee 1-herelit It.-ll t.i all er.-.llor- anil others ttiler--tl-. 111 II. e e-T.tle nl II. K rrn. ! eiM-eil. Ili.it tin- i-l .h r-im il .nl ni'iiistr.itiir in e!i true nt - o.I -t tie. inii-riii-1.. Illlkealin.il -I ttletll. I.t t'l't. nl .It the next tetlilnf III" I'riilu!.-1 mill. it H..P l muitt state "I Mi ntirl. lo he liniin ami lt.I,.-it a' r 'ir -o mi the Ulhil.it ..r Mat. I:m. DAXIKI. ACIIMAN. A.lnui i-tr..tni Filial Si'ltli'iiii'iil. N.itlee I- I., r.-l'l cllelt In .t I t. . !!..!- ami other-iut.re-te.. m Hi. t-t ! t Marl. in Ih-i.r. . ase.l. ttat the uinler-i-jie-'t -liniitiis tralnr nicliaru nf -ai.l est.-.t- : ii- r.. nt..k.- -t Una' -.-tt elnelll Hiel. ill at li e ll. ti t Illl nf Hie IV..Iate Cnlltt nf lilCn..t.-. I. nl !lS P. t i.e l.enn ami hnl'ieu at i ir. ue i-n tli.-llih .l.it nf Mat. Ii. .1. H. C CI'lM'ls. A.h .r i-iratnr Final Sri I lomont. Notice i- herehv giten In all er.-ililnrs ami nther- ililere-tii! Ill the e-l.-ite nf Cenrue I Tritt. .leeeaseil. that Ihe iniiler-iii. il .nu in tr.ller III I tl.lre of -ahl estate. uit-mt- In lll.lke i tin.il -ett'eiii-nt th.-r. .. at Hie next t. rrn ! the I'mliate Cnurt nf ll C.cillt t . -late nf Ml -nun. to lie hi"juii ami 11th ilat nt M.tv. pn. a.-ii at liii-Jmi mi the i;l!.i:s A. LAIiilll.IV. I'ul'll' A'liiiinisTralnr. Kxcciltor's Nnliee, i- ri'l'iii' tii!''TS'ri." ?',liv,vVwJr'l'Ti!'' ceaseV"wen.'iMei!t'n Hieiimiersii-neti'mt'ttie -thila. nl.l.uiii irt.l -o.l.t the I'mhaleCnrt of ; llnit fo'intt. Missouri. All persons hating j claims against -anl c-rate are re.iuireil to e. ' llino tll. lll inr ait.i,.in ' o, tie' i.-u. tor within one tear after th' t'ateof sanl letters. nr thev mav he precln leil froiuaity 1-nellt of -iirli - latr; ami if sm-h elaiiii- he imt eluhiteil williiit two tear-from the ilatenf this .tihl:c; limi. tliet shall he fnreter l.arreil. i:i:ui:i;i: n. vi:st ki:. Kvwitnr. Facts About Missouri. The folioAiug i.ro among the question- submit led to I he principals of the public schools of Kansas City by Sup ennti.drUt I iieenwood with the propbr a::swrrs, the suhj-cl being ton struct ti-.u-hers .is well as pupils in the history and resuiri-es of Mi-souri: What I- the loU! t ix.ibie pr p 'rty in .Missouri': l.lUT.tl'o.tTo. Actual Citsl. value oer WJUAWW. What was the total value or the sur plu- commodities marketed in ls'.O'r $17:,(KW.iHK). What is the estimated population ot Mis-ouri? -:5,:!50,IMI Wh'it is the rar.k of .Mi-souri in as sessed valuation? - K.gl th Hua manv acres ot laiul tu the Mir face of Missouri? - I l.i tKMkk'. Hoa tints Missouri rar.k 111 the mini tier of farms and in the number of acres of improved land with other .-'tales? -Third. What is the approximate value of all the products of the f m ins. fores;s aiiit miues for lvx? -tf 100,1100,01.0. What is the number of manlila-itur-ing estahhkhmeutsiii the state? IC.OOO What was the value ef their pioducts for ls-.iy? -S175.IH.W.IW. How many tovMis and ci!teha- Mis souri with oxer 4.0.0 population? iThirt-iive. What slat- ha- more widely circulated newspapers? New York. II .rt mai.y differeui railroad corp.ira teiat; in the state? S-venty-one. How mah miles of railroad by the close of Is'.'O? t:,7:i"i H-r.v many men ci Ihese r ulroads eiu p! ?- JS.tK.'m. How manv teachers are emptoted in ttle stxte? 15.l f.KI. How nii.iiv pupils will be enrolled in the logo rci ools u- th st.ite during ttle year? -.'.MKlii How manv state norma! schools ii Mis.oiin? How many colleges, and i.th er sei;oi,ii!ry schools ! prua'e charac- tn? 1 ! l'JI. ilo. mau school houses m the state Wiiat in their value? How many pupils were eiirollnl ilurii'g t he la-t- y ear ? IU, .V.t) S17.0 10,1100 750,0.iO. hat is tiie vab.e of the daily output of in uiufactii ed ..rti"les in I.iuir." ei.OOO.i'tK. il-c.v n any per-ous are employed there l):ii. hooilr, il thousand. Tim; Throbbing llcatlnriic. Wieild quickly leivey..u, if you used Dr. K rig".- Xi . L PdN. Thousands of sufferer hav- pioved their matchless merit for S :U ami Xervou I lead iche.-. They make pure IiIimmI and strong neryer and build tip your tie nth. ivi-y to ta'e. 1 r . them. Only i cen's, Money bac'' if uot cured. Otto Kuril. Crand Chaiiceilor, K. I lJuonviII-, liul. says. "DeWif's Witch lla.'I S-.lve s.iot'ies the most delicate skin and lied- the most stubborn ulcer w th '-"dam mid go id n-siilu." Cures pdes an 1 fkm d's -i-.. D m'r buy an imit'iti'in. S ild b S. W. Aiken. Clark jO. Proud. 1 Stone's War on Railroads. I There be. eg ro oca -i-.il for war on I the railrmds inMi-smri. ,--( oiiernor Stone's cru-aleisa (Quixotic alf nr. far as the raiiroa t- are concerned, ll:-warupoiM-. P-elp ,.e!p- Mr. Pii.-:p. iu his lobbying itu-tiies-. .ir.t.t- i-ii-h.iu ere to his shop. And, .ifl.r, nli, when ex (.luvernor Stone, as heatl "f Iiii. party in th state, ets done with his war on the railroads', he ttill not raise his voice in protest against the solicitation and acceptance of fumis from Ihe railroads for the furtherance of his party's cause. So that e-(ioveriior Stone ie. on this matter, a demagogic fakir, making war upon the one interest in M s.-ouri toward which ail MissotlriuiiH should he grate ful as furthering the prosperity of every person in the commonwealth. There is need for regulation uf railroads. Xoone denies that. Hut in the case of Stone's war there is nothing urged against the railroads that is supported by the evi dence of the Missouri merchant, mams f icturer. agricultuiist or mechanic. It is Stone's own war to boom S'one. The people are not in t-yinputhv with it. The people of Missouri may nut love railroad-', but they m'on't want to attack them un fairly and cripple them in their efforts to help the state. - St. L.iUis Mirror tDeiu.i ..l. . I.'emif i..,.- Are grand, but Skiu Eruptions rob life of joy. Ilucklen's Arnica Salve,' cure them, also Old, Cunning and ! EeyerSores.ll icers.:iu.!e,KeloB,Corns.i warts, itruiM..,. p.urns. Scai.is. chap-1 ped Hands', Chilblains. Itest Pile curej on earth Drives out Pains and Aches.) Only ri'uls. a b x. Cure guaranteed. Sold ; by Clark O. Proud, Oregon. Mo.. ar.tl(l. Meyer. New Point, Mo. ' X i family can afford to be with.u! One Minute Cough (jure II will stop n cough ami cure a cohl quicker than nnv other uitMiciiie. writes i. y . Williams. Sterling Kutj. Pa. It cures j croup, bruuchitie and all throat and i lung troubles and prevents consumption Pi't-ksant and harmless. Sold by S. W. Aiken. Clark, O. Proud. Fncts Versus Fiction The i.tliciale of the war department. Inking notice of the ct itici-ms passed in the house durir.g t he discussion of the army appropriation bill upon the alleged extravagance shown by the uarterma-- ter's department in lilting out the army ransport Sunnier, today made public from the recur da the itctunl liguree of experniil nrefc. showing Ihe expenditure-) to be terv much dillereiit from those tided yesterday in the cour.-eof debate. i I'.ir i,i-t:.iii.n 41m uur ilntei rt men I utfilu. ment shows that the cost of the repair v - -I, . alii .... .,,, at .New i orK t-s not cs,lHl as announ- ,.e,l , congress, but $1 !Ci(l. The tlllilbl . 1 'era in the state room did cost .'RI cents ! attiece and niHowslina co-l 11'. centH ', - ! 1 rt i.. .-.,.,i..- inn.nni -jt I , t lie L it" rniir iiiijui iiiiiiinnTi .niLruiP. ' ine iiiaitogaot uoitirs uost c-o iiimeau ei t , o. .is to uiese cnaire u i uec areu Iha- expenen.-eha.bhown mahogany to be the very cheapest furniture that can be used on shipb isird in point of dura- 1 iiii t y Mini cost uiainienaiice. i he three big mirrors in the sideboard did ! not cost sleiOO but were purchased for $I-'w0. The si ver servic-i which wa- sai.t lo. nte c.s, tne goto nineni w.uoi. a rinlv rl tud t. unit nil tho nl,ta nn I the shirt for the list, of I ..I'll men en j-l.tlfN. I Kcinarhable Cure of Itlieiiina- t i-m. About three are au my .vife had an ntt-ick of ihetimatism which con- lined her to h-r bed fur oyer a month nnJ rendereJ l.er unnl'la lo walk uttcp without as-stance, her limbs being swollen, 'In double their normal size.l Mr. S. MaJJi x tn-istej on my using , Chatnb -rial's Pa n Calm. I purcha-ed ! u (ift V-Ci,t botllo and use 1 it fir-enrthre- i " ooitie anu use. I it accoruinK j to the direct'on and the t.ext morning she walked to breakfast without assis tance in any manner, and ?he has not had a similar attack since. A. If- Par sons. For sal-s by Clirk O. Proud. M OF FOREST CITT, FORKST CITY, MO. Established 1873. Transacts a general banking business. Drafts issuei. good in all parts of the L'nited Mates. Foreign drafts issued at current rates. Deposits received, payable on demand. Usual rate of interest allowed when, ef! for a specified time, llusiness in our line respectful!) solic- -i. C. D. JCook. Ai.iiK.itT Kon-KKi:. President. Cashier. O.L ('itm.mi.ns. Assistant Cakhier. The Montgomsry SbHoecker BANKING COMPANY. ORIICOX. : : MISSOURI. KsrVPl.IsllKIl IST1. i'heoldes lS.ink 111 the county. Trans acts a general banking business. Inter est paid on time deposites. Drafts sold on all the principal cities of the country and Kurope. llBve madespeciai arrange ments to collect money due from estates in foreign countries. The accounts of Farmers. Merchants aud individuals re spectfully solicited. Special cate given any business Mitrusted to us. telephone, Xo. 111. l)MM. Zachman, (". J. HlTM-, President. Cashier. S.O. Zxciimax, Assistant Cashier. p OKEGOX, 31 0. Capital Stock Paid Up. $20,000 Transiicts a genend banking business. Interest paid on deposits left for speci fied time. Drafts issue,' on principal cities. Col lections made and proiuptl remitted. Dii:i:iToi:s: S. F. O'Fallon. Ceo. II. Allen Samel Diividsoo. Daniel Zaeh- man, 15. O. Cowan. K. II Itusfel, .1. A. Kreek. Telephone. Xo IVAN BLAIR, Attorney at Law, Jllice over Citizens ISank. Oregon. Mo. 7 ;"t7T IIATCI1ER 1.J Iloiniicoiintliist ami Surgeon. -OFFICE OVER MOORE &. SEEMAN. Special attention given to ORIFICIAL SURGERY anfl ITS RELATION TO CllliOMC I1ISFASES OIIEOOX. - - MISSOURI Telephones- -Residence, 18; Office, 9. c w i.i:kmDn.s. Dental parlors oer Moote JtCo.'n store, Oregon, Mo. All the latest im proved methodb aud appliances iu use PRICES REASONABLE ! FREE MAtiKLAND. D. D. S. Parlors, e-stsideof square, next door to residence, Oregon , Mo. The very latest improveti methods and appliances. All work hrst-clasH anil satisfaction guar anteed. Charges reasonable. PETREE BROS., Attorneys at Law. Office up stairs in VanHuskirk building Oregon. Mo. - XT A TTiTfTPT? T P VV.M WllJiJl, d. JT. Pension Business a Specialty, Ollice iver Zachman's Grocery Store . . . OKKOOX.MO. "JOE'S I'LACU," n; N,,rtlt Secom! St..Fir-t IiirSnut!i of I.utV 1 ST-.IOSKPH. mo. JOE OPPEXHEIMKC, Proprietor. i Finest I.i.iiors.Chi.ici -t Ckar-. I-n h lieer cordial invitation to nit inanv Hell counts friemls lo reite-niiier me tt lien lit I lie eui G. W. MURPHY, Attorney - at - Law, CCAIO, MO.. Will practice iii iill courts. Commer cial Husiues'ri it specmlty Ullice over inerchantH ,V ! nrmers' batiK. FREIGHT AND TRANSFER LINE, ALBERT mil PROPRIETOR, Oreo-on, - Missouri- Wntki Agents ror "Hislorvof the Spams American War," by Hon. Henry Uatterson. A complete, authentic his 1 tort: illiiNtrhtnt! u-.tlt over Tit foil nnco .. . . ... . ' nan ione-i ami many rrclilv coloreil rue J 1 " i...,. . t..... - ...t . I it urea. Ijarge royal octavo volume, .i . , - , . . superb outht. postpaid for only .iH cents ,.,,.,. ,. , st t-t t . (sUmlH,. ,ak''n 1 M,wt UUeini ,Prme greitlt-ft oj.porturuty of the ven. Aihlress: I'Iim Wernpr Company A Kmo. wnio. - - - - "THE NEBRASKA-COLORADO EXPRESS." A NEW TRAIN. () , ., t( urill,ton Route s P"tf into its passenger Service to tllO Wtsst a new fast dailv train to Denver ! leaving Central Missouri and Missouri j Kivercitie-iatnight.arrivingat Denverat U'r.-ll) p. m. the next day. Direct via St. I Ii'S-eph and Southern Xebraka. This service is entirely additional to : the Burlington's great scheme of pas ' penger train service to the We-n and Xorthwest. California Excursions evert- Thurudav morning. Tourist Hleeriers Tuesdays and Thursdays, St. Joseph to Seattle, via '!,,"n-'s l-0te. Fm tlutaiIs a-k tour ticket agent or J.VO. I)E 1TT, L. V. AKLEY, Div. P. A.. Hen'l P. A.. St. Joseph, Mo. St Louis, Mo. Howard Elloitt. Vixf:Hovey, General Manager, Agent, St. Joseph, Vo. Forsst Citv, Mo DANK . '-j . . ' , -. Cleveland Favors It. Pkiscetox, X. J., March 30. Et-Prea- ident Grover Cleveland today relaxed bis customary reserve as to the discus sion of public affairs, and, iu the course of an interview, expressed himeelf in ap proval of the Hay-Pauncefote treaty for the neutralization of the Xicaraguan canal. Mr. Cleveland added that he hoped the treaty would be ratified. Mr. Cleveland said: "With reference to the canal across Xtcaragun, I havo al- was thought that whatever was done in its promotion by the government of the United States should be dona as a contribution by it to the cause of pro gress and advancing civilization. It has seemed to me that we have gained that position among the nations of the world that would make it appropriate for us, in accordance with the spirit of our in stitutions, to make such a contribution. This, ot course, means the the absolute neutralization ot the Xicaragua canal, and since the Hay-Pauncefute treaty is directly in line with this sentiment lam. ot course, strongly in favor of its ratifica tion." Bismarck Iron Xerve Whs the result of his splendid health Indomitable will and tremendous energy are not found where Stomach. Liver, Kidneys and Bowels are out of order If you want these qualities and the suc cess they bring, use Dr. King's Xew Life Pills. They develop e-.----ot brain and bodv. Q-.v. Proud, ti..frLlUJ Poiut, Mo. QJ "1 Ihiuk DeWitt'a Little Early C serg are the best pills in the world," sat. V. E. Lake. Happy Creek. Va. Thev re move all obstructions of lite liver and bowels, act quickly tnd uevrr gripe. Sold by S. W. Aikan, Clark O. Pumd. Sam Jones' Way. 'There are just four ways by which to appeal to a boy or a ruan either, h.r I hut matter. Appeal to hit sense of right. This hi the highot motive. It possible by all nifins. govern the boy through that motive. If thm apptal proves- fruit lets, try his honor, though there is little hope of lindmg Ihe feeling of honor ac tive where conscience is dead. As the third resort appeal to the b.y pride, a low motive, but one that muni be work ed upon if a higher motive cannot b found effective is the boy. If these Hp peals all fail, as they do in a certain grade of character, what is the next thing? Turn the boy out of school at.d into the street, dooming him to the criminal class and the devil? Ib there sensible citizen anywhere who would advi-e thi.? Xo. The good or the boy aa well as the good of the community says appeal to bis skin. Subdue him, or rather make him subdue himself, by physical pain. That is the only appeal some both anti some men will l.wd. Ue it. Humanity and cjinmon sense re quire It of you. Despise the function as you will, that i one of the euds schools are established for nay, it one of the ends) that father are madt for. to save such hoy from Ihe devil by the grace uf whippitg. Sam Jure?. W. H. Sbiptnm, Bearde-lev, Miun , under oath, says be suffered from dye pepsia for twenty-five years-. Doctors and dieting gave but hills relief. Fin. ally he used Kodol Dyspepsia Cure snd now eats what he likes and as much ai he wants, and he feels like a new mn. It digests what you eat. Knew How to Vote Straight. An amusing story was jtold by one of a group of politicians at the republi can headquarters yesterday. The story also goeo to show that Harry Cernstein had been rightly named and that he is indeed the "czar" of the sixteenth ward. "It whs aboct two years ago," ecul the politician, "and a case was heuia heard in which certain charge relatiugs. . to political maneuvers in ire sixteenth ward had been made. "One of the voters of that ward was on the witness stand and he was being closely questioned. 'Who did you yule fot?" asked the taquisitor. "Harry Bernstein." was the reply. 'Who instructed you lion to vote?" was the next question. "Harry B.rosteiu,' replied the voter. 'How did you cast your vote?" he was asked. "Vfhy," replied the voter, I went into the little house and tutd the man there to put a cross in the circle tinder the chicken with the short legs." 'J'he voter had voted the straight ticket, and his description of the Ameri can eagle, which is found at the head ot the ballot, was a new one on me." r Cleyi land Leader. Newspapers. Iii a country tehool, hteiary exercises are indulged in eve'y Friday afternonn during the term, tas one of the ux changes. Last Friday afternoon a 12year old b-y read the following original esuay on the. Xewspaper: "Xewtpapero arn shot t of paper on which stulf to read id printed. The men iookowr Ihe paper to see if tl eir names is on it and the wumrn use it to put on the shelves aud such. I don't, know ho newspapers came into the world. I don't Ihiuk Cod does. The bible sayy nut'iirig about editors Hr.d I never henid about any in heaven. I guesii the editor m a link them fellows talk about. The lirttt editor 1 ever heard about was the one thai wrote up the Hood. He has been here ever since. Some editors belong to the church and muue try to raise whiskers. All of them ra re belt iu their neighborhood and nil of them are lii-rw. t least all i know, and I know oaly one. Editor never the. At least I never saw n dead one. Some tint the japerdie-. and then people are glad, but some one else will start it up again. Editirs never went to school because editors neyer get licked. Our paper u a mighty poor one, but we take it so ma can use it on our pantry shelves. Our editor doi.'t amount to much, but t a . ssya he had a poor chance when he wnb boy. He goes without underclothes in the winter, wears no socks and has a wife to support hin. Pa has not paid his subscription in fiye years and don't intend to." Trenton Cepublicau. Wherever one of those free silver cranks of 18f bobs up and insists that the country is goiug straight to the bow-wows if certain thmgB are or are not done, we remember that his nro- pbcy of 189J, "that prosperity could not come under the gold standard" and then compare the existing conditions and conclude that he is not entitled tn serious consideration for he don't know what he is talking about.