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Wm. II. MlU.ANK,"pbMliar. tjaulsbad, N. M MILITARY AND NAVAL NOTES. n. II. Deacon of Ilrynn Is to Join the regular nrtny. W. T. Malency, an rx-mlillo-. was hot nntl fatally wounded al leaven worth, Kan.., by Timothy Fflrnn. There are ninety-one piinfl1cps In Irto Illco. eighty-one o( which are managed by authorized sgenta at the United Stat. Gapt. (leorge W. doode. flmt eavnlry, la relieved from duty a shier miutcr Ihr officer for the Mule f Missouri, ami will prwewl to tln hi troop. MaJ. John c. Mtilenlwrg, paymaster United suttee army, now at Atlanta, Oa., has (teen assigned to duty m chief paymaster, department of the gulf. John .Ionian, trumpeter of the twenty-fifth Infantry, who served In the United Slate army for twcpty-nlnn consecutive yeaia. died at Ban Antnnto. A numher of paper In Alabama are urging (Jen. Joe Wheeler to become n candidal before the Democratic con vention of thai, atal tnr RObernhtorlnl nomination. Ileemlt John A. Collier. hnvlhg re ports! from the reenliiR itntlon nt Cleveland. 0., Una been nmlRnod to tlmpauy 0. twotity-flfth Infantry, nt Ann Antonio. An order wm lasuod sending StrR. Thoma 15. Itayer of the alKiml corps in Ifavan, Cubs, via Tampa, whore he la Inatntrled ia report to the chief elg nal olBier. division of Cuba, for duty. Ssrgt. Char lee CimrMI. an HsaUUint quartermaster at Fort kertdsn. wns arrested charged with defrauding tho Rovernme" ty leaning "raised" to relpu to contractor. Oeorg ityan. a KatitHrklati. (a aald to hate been frightfully ununited hy T'lllplHoe. Ilia body was found hy some of the thirteenth Mlnnotoh laahed to a raft near Mololo. tho skull rriiMhed and both arm rut off. Tho Chinese uueatkiH la up esaln. nnd ItiMMla has now poeltlvely dflrhtrod that tho Auglo-ltusadn agreement In but a thlHR of iwper, and not aueh a to bind tho .Muscovite In eantrolllnR affair In the Oleotlul empire. Tho lead I iik Decoration day fenlure l lHlolBh...N. C. wm the ceremony at the Brave of Kmdgn Ifcigley. the only nnval oriloor on Uie American aide kill ed In the Ipaulah war. Confederate and Oram! Army veterana nrihlpaied. lira! Ueut. fleo. C. flnffaran lenili Vnlted Jttates Infantry, li relieved from duty as aaalataiit mustering (till rer at Savannah, n.. and will proved not later than June a in Join bin com pany. Dr. John (lultera. the yellow fever expert, sank freely of the statement that hav boon made eonrernliiK Ka trail Pnlma and the fmids he la nal.1 to have handled. The doctor says Pnlma 1 a etralHht-fbrward. honrst man. modest and uimosumliig. 'MaJ. Young mention the good work uf two rum of the sixth artillery under Lieut. A. 1. Fleming, who were re signed to hi division In thl action. He aay: "torng the advance on Cilcoeni thl platoon did very accural and ef- fecilvi. work under a heavy sranll-aMn fire frrs" tb- enemy." L'apt. IMward II. Ivra. foiled Mnten volunteer alanal corns. Is relieved from further dot) at Augusta, (la., and will prorood to Uurmados. Cuba, and re iMirt Ih person to the coin mending Kn- eral. denatiMwnt of the province of Havana and I'lner uel It to. for aaalan meat to dtttr aa signs! oUkcr of that department. Hock great jrMure has bcn brotif hi lo boar o tho jtrooldent for appoint nent In the marine corps that tt ha ba deemed ImmhmMomi to order row petit 1 vn xMlaaloo. There are twartr IftM aiwItoaMta for vji It on They will be prorated acrordtnK to late. VHuaaallr elaborate Hoot HMMMveri Nave baM atanaod for aotUMR by iba oafHMn MTf . Tke Irat a.adrot u to toe MgiRMMi ol chip of the line and (he siMHg aftwdroH of cooai Oaf nd r. the rawrv gWHboat dlrtoton. both tor petlo ItotlllM and tdgbt awall rrnlsera. 8eall vaaaeta will alao parHelunte. aoa. MaeArtkor la In favor of the ex perlment of eHltatlMR the JlaeaWehft aRalnat their teM ontMla. the-Tanal. OH uk vH4ae of Imllaiia I how 1m the Phlllojilna atwdjlttg eoadlUoM there. II la the only mowber of either the bjsiaje or too aonato who baa visit ed the Pfclllftploe aloeo haotllltlw bo- twaoH the AtoerlcaM aod tb Insur rnU beajta MaJ. A. M miuiaa ut Ut tblrUoMtb "MlnitoaeMa regtmeaii. wbo waa wMRdod In Uta boad wbtte reooMOoltertM May 3 at a pott aar Saa Misajol. aad who was browubt to a tMHMjritMl at MaNlla ImuwmI wv In that rl'y a few day Ttin nil ri( Hu(iltd Aimtln, Tex., June C Tho governor yoxterday mailed out the followlnR eommiinlcntldn to tho various govern or of the several states and territories of the Union: Juno t, 1800. -Dear Hlr: After much reflection, I have enncluded that would not he Improper for mo to mig- Rt that n eonferenee of the governors and attorney Renorals of tho several state and territories be held to con sider the effect which tho formation of trusts Is having upon the country, nnd, If poftslble, to ngreo upon a char acter of legislation that will not only force those now existing Into dissolu tion, but will also prevent tholr further creation. I am firmly of the opinion that If as many ns twenty state onn be Induced tn adopt n uniform polley with firtnttMi, Impartiality and vigor, relief will surely and qulakly follow. It ean not he doubted that In this mnt ler state action Is ncccimnry. and that uniformity In tho enactment and en forcement of legislation Is Indispens able. I have, therefore, tn respeetfully sug- Rest to your excellency and tn tho at torney genornl of your state that a con ferqnre, to consist of tho governors nnd attorney generals of sueh stntw nnd territories as may sec proper to attend, be held nt St. Uiuls on Wednesday, tho 90th day of Heptumher. 1890, for the purpose of taking such notion ns may be doomed proper respecting tho sub ject matter of this communication. An oarly roply. udvlslng me of your views nnd Intentions, Is requested. I have tho honor to he vary respectfully your obedient servant, JOSHI'll I). ftAYIfltr), (lovernor of Toxns. (NiinirM Men, nnlvealoH, Tex., June 0. A number of gentlemen, representing tho majori ty of the cow presses In Texas, met here )aatenlny for the purpose of dls ensuing matter of Interest In tholr bimlnoM. The meeting wns In pur suance of an Invitation Issued by tho (lalv(on compress msn to th opera tors of the enmproaso throughout the stnto. Mr. J. I. Howen of (lalvoston wns olertcd temporary chairman nnd Mr. J. II. W. Steele of Dntlns wns uuido temporary secrutury. .Mr. Ijicy stultMl that the object of the meeting was to bring about u uni form Imlit In Toxns nnd pointed out brlotly the beuollts thnt would follow to cotton Interest gouuntlly from the adoption of a standurd sire for the pneknge. He called attention to the fuct thnt the oompress men In other stnlos had ulrwidy orgaulzeil for a eamiKiIgn of oduentlou and poraunslnn nnd declared thnt Texas ought nut to lag behind thu proaewslon. Tho square Imle when properly tuck ed In the gin bur, of the right dimen sions was, he sniil, the best cotton iwekuge for all purito yet devised, and It remained with tlioee now en guged in mnkliiK wnmre balsa to de eldo whether they would keep on In the business or ullow it to was Into other bunds. The Texus Standard llnlo Oompresi nssoclntlon wim orgniilxwl. The oloctlou of ollleers wns then de clared In order nnd the following gen tlemen were uhoseu: President, John I), linger, of (lal veaioiii vlre-presldrnt. J. A. Adaue, Calvert; secretary and treasurer, J, II. tt. Stsole of Dallas. Tho Slxtl Inch lrale box was adopted. tllii I'll Vtnra, Son Antonio. Tex.. June 0. Charles A. Heeler, charged with nibbing the ; Wolls. rari:o & Co. oxprea of M,0Oa on Dec. 38, and who Had to Max im, where he was captured In the inoiintalim after n three months' search, whs yesterday sentenced to live years In the hii. The ofrenmi came under tho oategory of embesslement of over $10, the pun ishment being from two to ten yours. He fought the case, his attorneys laying special stress on the proposition thnt the theft, of IM.6Q0 from a eor poratlun like the exprea oHiiny wo Hot deserving of severer iHtnlshment IbftR the theft of w from an Indi vidual. The Jury returned Its vordlst In halt an hour. r)r lo Smith. Austin, TeT., June 6. The following Is self-oiplsnntory: "Hon. T. 8. Smith, nttornoy general: Dear sir During your nhsenco I as sumed tho responsibility of directing one of your assistants, Hon. II. N. Mor ris, to proceed to Henderson oounty and assist tho county ntttorney In tho Investigation of tho murder of threo citizens of that county by a mob and In the prosecution of nit who were en gaged In tho commission of that crlmo. "It Is my deslro thnt you should at onco take charge of the matter, aiding tho county authorities to tho full ex tent Of tho powers conferred Upon you by law, nnd thnt no effort Shall bo spared to bring the perpetrators of tho crlmo to Justice. "You may confidently rely on my most earnest and active nsslstanoe, nnd I beg that you will at onuo put your self In communication with Mr. Morris nnd tho county attorney, nnd tntto such stops ns In your Judgment may ho necessary and proper. ' "I hnvo every reason to bellevo that tho county ofllqlals are doing their full duty In the promises, but, should they need any nsslstanoe In nddltlon to that which has already boon given them, nlcnno advise mo at onoc. "No greater crllno onn, In ,ny Judg ment ho committed than that which deprives a citizen of his Innllcnnble right to ho tried In accordnnco with tho form prescribed by tho constitution and tho law of tho state, nnd no man or set of men should bo permitted to nsumo tho power of Inking tho law Into tholr own hands nnd of discharg ing functions which belong exclusively to thoso doslgnntod by lnw. "I regard tho occurrence In Hender son oounty not only as willful, premed itated nnd deliberate murder, but also ns n direct assault upon the dignity nnd sovereignty of the state, "In Its presonce, life, liberty nnd proporty con not be considered secure to any one. Buoh chnrnoter of crlmo moans nnnrchy In Its worst form, Yours truly, "J08H1-H 1). AYIIt8. Oovornor." GnnftiUrnl Miiniiinpnt, Ban Antonio, Tox.. Juno S. -With Im posing ceremonies, with tho stars and strlpos floating above tho scono, nnd In tho presence of several thousund, In cluding many veterans of both tho gray nnd tho blue, tho cornorstono of the monument to tho Confcdewto diiid wna laid In Travis park Pnturdny nfter noon. It Is tho result of tho patriotic nnd earnest efforts of tho nombers ol llnnnrd I. Ilco chapter. United Daugh ters of tho Confederacy, and Is the first historic shaft orectod In S.in Antonio outside of n cemetery luclosuro. Tho ceremonies woro conducted by the Ma-; sonic fraternity, which were witnessed by I ho Daughters of the Confederacy.' Albert Sidney Johnston uimp, U. C. V.,' It. O. C. Ord post, (1. A. 11.. memlters of the Women's ltellef Cnrim nnd many other visitor from neighboring towns, flouzales rommnndery, Knight Temp lar, led by the eminent commander, J. M. Murphy, attended In n body, with tholr attractive uniform nnd knight-1 ly bearing, adding much to the nttrert Ivo nppouraneo of tho Masonic parade, i JudRO J. II. Hoagan delivered uu oration. Jimmintimiil Wk Austin, Tox., Juno 2. Tho follov Ing Is the progratnmo for commomo tuent week at tho stnto university: Commencement Sunday, June It At 11 a. m., baoealaurcato sermon by tho ltov. W. T. Moore, dean of the lllble eollege of Missouri, Columbia, Mo.; nt 8:30 p. tn., address before tho Y. M. C. A. by Hov. Dr. W. H. Uavall, pastor of tho First Presbyterian church, Houston, Tox. University dny, Mondny Juno 12 At 8 a. in., formal meeting of tho Tox ns academy of science; nt It a. m., address beforo tho literary soolotles by Hon. Joseph W. Ilalley, rcpfew-nt-ntlvo In congress for tho fifth district of aslncsvllle, Tox.j at 0i30 p. m concert In tho auditorium; at 8:30 p. m., anniversary excrolio of tho liter ary societies, Aluuul day, Tuesday, June 13 At 8i30 a. m., alumni serenade; at 9 a. in., annual business meeting of tho nlumnl; at 11:30 a. m., alumni ad dress by lthodes Scrruies Ilakor, Bsq., (LI D. 180C) of Dallas, Tex.; nt an hour to bo fixed by tho Alumni so ciety, alumni hanquot; at 0:30 p. ni., concort In tho auditorium; at 8:30 p. m., alumni evening. Commencement dny, Wednesdny, Juno 11 At 10:30 a. m., oommonce tnonl address by Leo N. Levi, Hsq., of (Inlvcston, Tox.; tho conferring of university dogrccs; at 9 p. m flnnl re ception. Thursday and Friday, Juno 16 nnd 10 At 1 n. m., second annual session of tho Toxns Stato Historical associa tion. Tho progrnmmo for soolnl ontortaln monts during tho wook Is as follows: Friday, Juno 9-Whotn Nil Epsllon fratornlty germnn at Hlghth Street hnll. Bnturday Flnnl Rorman nt Unlvor slty Cermnn olub at Hydo park pa vilion. Monday Morning germnn nt Hlghth Street hnll from 7 to 10; Iletn Thotn PI fratornlty cotillon at Klghth Strcot hnll. Tuesday Kappa Sigma germnn at Drlsklll hotel. Wednesdny Final reception and bali nt Drlsklll. Thursday HlRina Chi fratornlty re ception nnd Rcrmnn at Drlsklll ho-tol. THXANtfTTES. Miirilrml nml .MiitlliiUil, Austin, Tox., Jim .(!. W. HnR bum nnd his wife wore murdered nnd their bodies mutllntad In the most hor rible manner nt tholr home two nillei wert of Manor, this county. Friday night, Mr. IJnglii.fK was n well to do Itwodn farmer. He and his wife were each snl about 30 ears. Mr. Kugburg was shot through the bead with tmrkshflt. Ilia throat out fmm ear to ear and his body otherwise mutilated. Ilia wife wna shot through the hood with a pistol Iwllot. and bar head host mi Into a Jolly. She was than crimi nally assaulted. (5ov. Wotsott of MsMwahHsetts ve toed the Ipaniali veterans' preferense bill. The veterans' H-fvrsnee hill ex empted veterans of the lata wsr with Mpalu from rlvll service examlHAtlons, and Hve them a preferane on the pub lic aarrteea apolHteat list, next after the velar ns ef the eivll war. Mm. (Irr IMr. Trrrllilr Horncil, Whitney, Tax , June I. A lamp ex ploded at the raatdeocR of Dr. u. M. drear. In South Whitney, about 9 o'clock latMrday itlRht with very m- Mrs. Oreer In itaoslag through the dlMlHg ball Motleed tba lamp bawl aflame, laying bold of It. she at tempted to throw It thrHMh the door. The screen baliig closed, however, the lamp relm muled and striking her, ex Idoded, almost completely enveloping her In IwrnlaR ell. Dr. flroar was badly Imrned also. Ilx-Xenntor and Mrs. Mill have gone to Atlantis City. N. J., where they v. lll au Rimer. Yalluw Fiir Mnllart, Austin, Tox., Juno 2. State Health Ofllcor llluiit yostordny morning re ceived tho following tolcgram: N'ow Orlcnns, Iji., Juno 1. To Stnto Health oniccr, Austin: Will Toxas rn oolvo Now Orlnnns freight dlslnfcotod by marlno hospital service In conform ity with revised regulations Atlanta conference? NYDISZOHIt, Surgeon. Dr. Illunt replied: "Texas not party to Atlnntn conference. Can not nllow Roods to enter Toxas from any In fected district. Can tnko no risk. Health nnd lives of our people far more Important than commerce. If no other cnao of yellow fevor occurs In Now Orleans In ten dayB will relax quarantine." Tho health department has received no other ndvlcos from Dr. Souohon as to tho situation. In tho meantlmo In-1 spectors from Alnbnmii and Mississippi , nro Investigating In Now Orleans. j From records on file In tho stnto health department r. Illunt has com piled n tnblo showing tho dato and placo since 1807 of tho appearance of yellow fevor In tho United Stnto In the years It woo epldomlc, except In ' JbSO. when It was provnlont In Ilruus wick, On, Tho rocord: 1897 At Now Orlonns, Jnuo 10. 1S73 At Now Orleans, July. 1878 At New Orleans, early In June. 1870-At Memphis, Tonn., July 9. 1888 At Pcnsasola. Fin., Aug. 36. 1897 At Oeoau Springs, Mis., Sept. 'J. 1808-At MoIIonry,, MJsa.. Juno 9. 1899 At Now Orleans, May 29. Nb.Ulan t'ouuil. Calvsrt. Tex., Juno 2. While oienn Ing a well on the Harlan farm. nip here, a human skeleton was found ! burled In the mud nt the bottom. ' There Is no clew whatever oa to when the unfortunate got there. Tho well Is eighty feet deep, and has been used for ten or fifteen years. There was a pleee of eleth hanging to some of the bones, whleh was thought to have been a coat, and the bone are so targe that they are probably those of a man, but the only mysterious disap pearance of any one on the farm was that of a crazy woman about five years ago. Tho bones show no mark of violence, hut wore all separate. Tho Jaws eontaluod a full set of sound Illllshoro, Tex., June . Mr. It. M. Oroer, who was bar nod In a lamp ex fttotton at Whitney, died at I b. m. IWMtay. He remains war shipped to ladlana for burial, liar s4de. aad assilb baa cmsmmmJ homhIn sorrow In and aroNMi Whitney, where aba bad resided Htaay year, and where aba was so highly aatseiaod for iiaay asealloNt virtues. Johaan ttrauas. the row poser of jbusIc, Is dead. I DurruHr't TUgrm. j AtMtin, Tax.. June I. Oov. (layers ; tent the fatlowlHg telegram to ihirgaan dsnsrel Wyman: Please see inatmaaUr gaHeral and gel him to order hmII from How Or leans to Texas fumlgatad. If no other nse of yellow fever occurs In New Or leans within the next six days quaran tine regulations will be relaxed. Pri vate, hut reliable Information leads us to doubt the accuracy of official report as to tb situation. HurEUrlKil, Sherman, Tex., June 3. The grocery itore of lAugbmlller & Alexander was burglurlzed at PotUboro, Orayson county. A sack of flour was emptied eu the floor and the saek filled with canned goods. The trespasser walked around In the flour, und eould be tracked fur aeme distance by that means. The trail was tost before a clew was secured, however. The Uuroet house, Olnolnnatl, was damaged abuut 18000 hy a crossed electric wlrs. Carpenters- nro In demnnd at Mc Ktnnoy. A coat of paint Is being put on the roof of the Hill eotinty courthouse. Gilbert Turh'cr wna killed at Mc Gregor by tho noeldcntnl discharge uf a pLitol. I P. S. Orcon, n Dallas oounty pi oneer, died ill Ck Qllff, aged 8C yoars. Ulgbt dlvoreocis wcro granted nt Clnrksvlllo ono day recently In less than nn hour. A Knights or Pythias lodge was or ganized nt Van Alstyne with forty flvo members. Tho hnndsomo thrco-story rosl donee of Wm. Joloseh, at Knnls, was dnmngeil $1000 worth by fire. Hon. J. W. Ilaltoy addressed tho lit erary sooletle of tho Southwestern University at Georgetown. A limur county farmer has a chlok with four legs and four wings. It lived sovernl hours after bolng hatched. Mrs. W. 1 Towncs, wlfo of County and District Clerk Towner, died nt Ilnlllnger. and wns burled at (tunnels. The Jury Intho Ous Moore oase at Palestine returned a verdict of not guilty. Moore was charged with tho murder of a Mexican last year. Ono of tho richest copper deposits known, li U said, has been found In Arohor county. A Iloston company has machinery en route to work tho find. The body of Miss Plnklo Thomas, In terred at Sherman twenty years oro, wns exhumed nnd taken to Novndu, Mo., and burled beside her parents there The . ue of Bartholomew vs. the city of Austin, which has boon on tri al In tho Federal court nt Austin since May 16, was decided In favor of tho ptolntlff nnd damage to tho amount Tom Purvis on trial at Dallas charged with tho murder of IM Hunt, both colored, In that city, was ad Judged guilty, nnd glvon forty years In the penitentiary. A young white mnn while returning homo nt Tylor u fow nights ngo was nocosled by two nrmed men nnd oar rleil to a secluded spot In tho wostorn part of town nnd sovoroly flogged. Hols d'Are lodge, at Orconvlllc. Woodmen of ' tho World, celebrated the unveiling of n monument to tholr deceased companion, J. A. Wcathorly, nt Horn cemotery. The comatcry Is' throe miles south of town, nnd tho, exercise were attended by probably 1000 people. The patriotic people of Indepen dence, William Pciin, Whitman, Washington. (Iralinll and Chnppoll Hilt are taking a lively Interest In tho dedication of tho Independence monument on the Fourth of July nt old Washington, and wilt propnro bnrhacuod ment enough for fully 10,000 people. Mr. Fred Flemmlng has Just award ed a contract for tho orcotlon of n rosldonoe on the corner of West Sixth avenue, and Fourteenth street, OorsU ouim, tho cost of which will bo f 15. 000. It will bo, when completed, tho most complete ami finest resldoncu building In Navarro oounty. George A. Mnthewson of I-ondon, Canada, filed suit to foreclose n deed of trust on what Is known as the White block In Jefferson. Thoro nro twenty-four defendants nnmsd In tho petition. Tills deed of trust wns giv en In 1893 and tho property has pass oil through u groat many hands since then. A stock train on tho Midland, from limits to Purls, made the run In three hours nnd forty-firs mlnutra. luo'.utllug n half-hour lay-out at (Iroiuvlllu. The dlstnneo traveled Is IM inl'.os, nnd the train was made up of ten cars. The imsacuger schedule for the sains run Is four hours and thirty mlnutca. Several of the members of the Mys tic Uhrlne In Donhwn hove received buttons from Iluffalo, N. Y., for the convention of the Shrlnors In that city. The button are ouvared with a large shaggy head of a buffalo, with the Inscription, "Put me off at Iluf falo." of IM.9M adjudged aaulnst the city for hydrant rental for the yacw ISM, 1807 and 188 with Itttemt. While returning from thc'ootltge ex ercises at Iloekftfill a raw nlghta njo a buggy containing Prof. Mtoddardi and his two daugh tars was demolished, owing to the hat runalNg away nnd both of the yuuug ladlas were badly bruised. Oalvcston Is now free from small mx. No now coaca liave developed In the laat four weeks, aad the lal case has hcM dice barged from the detention Itoapttal. There have In en thlrty-i t i-asta all mm thitty-ltve color rd and one white mnn The revival rumlm-ltd by It. v I ac Bel'rm at the K!rel Hart! t ihmc!) at Abilene Lao iIikkI Tlu-r w.ii- thir teen sritMloas lo the Church thr?. by Utter and ten on profession of filiti There were si vera! oth-v u.t-vcr&los. Took Tf wit III nHt Dlil, Twyor You say that you wcro In tho saloon nt tho tlmo of tho assault referred to In tho complaint? Witness I wns, sir. Lawyer Did you tako cognisance of Uio barkeeper at tho tlmo? WltnessI don't know what ho call ed, It, but I took what tho rest did. (Irrnt Capacity, "MJ"' IMorrs Is n woman of great capacity." "Then you hnvo seen her cat?" Into ft llrlrr's Hand, "Jim writes home," aald tho old man, U4at ho was drawed on me for $20 agTn." "Whnt's tip now?" "Collego dinner. Last time ho draw cdi,$20 for breakfast." 'yes." "An' $20 for supper." "You don't say?" "Knot, nun an' hitch up tho bay boss quick. "What air you a.goln' to?" "I'm a-goln' to throw myself Into tho han's of a iccclrcr, rin' fake tho bankrupt act before Jim draws on mo fer lunch." Vlrlarln Hotline Young, In view of the queen's approaching visit to tho continent, Englishmen nro especially Interested In her health. It Is announced thnt her hearing hnji grown nruto end har eyesight keener. Youthful faculties In old ngo depend Upon tho health. Hosteller's Stomach Hitters cures Indigestion, constipation, biliousness, nervousness, ns Weil as malaria, fover nnd ague. Tho only thing as common as advlco Is trouble. "Pride Goeth "Before a Fatl." Some proud ptoptc think iheyAteslronff, ridicule the idt of ditttc, neglect htlth, Ut the blood run down. And tlomtch, kid neys And liver become dcrnffd, TaIc Hood's SArsApArtlU And you wu' prevent the flt Andsive your pride. I Now Is the season when tho angler i oxaggorntes his not results. Tho l!rt l'rrirrliitlmi for ClillU anil Vovcr Is a tioltlo of (move's Tastkmuis I'll 11,1. To.nio. H la nlmply Iron nml qulnloo InulakteUisforin. Nocure nopar. l'rlce.lo. Olvo n dog n bono and you mako friend. Wal'sr 818 n Wrrkniul niprnir lomrnwllh rift liilnlrmlurauur Iwillrf (Mnpoaal. jUUrcMKlihtitiup, Jttcllg Jllit. Uu,, ranuni, Km, Man has more handlonps than any other tiling. I'lnillK'a 11r NnUa Dnraa j soro oyos In il days: chronic caxos In .todays, ormounybnak. All druggists, or by mall, Vno, Mir box. J. V. Havthii, Duoatur, Toxas. How rich and prominent pcoplo are a hundred miles from home. Itnn'l Aici i tliliallllltrt WhMi.-u k f.r o.alt, U hi, wh ytt Ik IfiiMiihHt MlMllluln. llMllalTaui or lOUIrUMUl If you don't like excuses don't mako promise. Do Tonr Actio unit JlamT Shake Into your shoes. Allen' Foot. ! Knso, a powder for tho feet. It makes light or New Shoes feel Kasy. Cures gorns, llunlons, Swollen, Hot and weatlng Feet. At all Druggists nnd Shoo Stores. 25c. Sample sent I'ltlCH Address Allen S. Olmsted, Lelloy, N. Y. It Is surprising how many mean pco plo you hoar of. Until, tangli nml l.rnrn, When buying n package of "FauKIms Ktareh" nak your grocer for tho book that goo with It free. It will afford you lot Sf aimucmviit nod add to your utock of nowhxlge. All grocers n(l It, lOu. Appreciate tho truth and show your good souse. FREE. Kindly Inform your rrnders that for tbe nnxt HO ilnya wii will ml n aaltiplo Itos of our wmiilurful 5 IlltUPH Knlvu fr, wbleli nevrr falls TTTIB'-.f to euro Piles, ItrtMim nnd nil II aj nklu dlaonaw, nlau old ruutilng nY'UllkJ ami elironlo Mire. It la u mfM hh'I(1o for 111m. ami the afjar only one In uxUlrneu which glvm luainut relluf anil own within n few iIhy. Its efTect Is wonderful wheu apiiflMl to llurna, Healila. HuulHiru, Holla, AUoeuoa, Hcrofu lout A fraction. Rralp Huoiori, Chafing Parts and Haw Hurfaa. U'rlte today for a frt-o (nm'lile of 6 DHOPB Hairs tu the fiwnimoU UbtunlMtle Curo CouiiMiur , lOO-lCt i:. Uk.Kt .Chleago, IP. Some people use so much diplomacy they expose the bolt. THOUSANDS KILLED. Xarr NhMt DUTCIIEnS' FLY KILLtR rlila ibe liu uf lheuaila f PlWia iax affarUlcs eM whjlo jua ai and tt, estaliHt ef ap lu tht uwmiiia Aak yvur Ur&( iiWiorcrucer him. wmu wwjo.,k huh it. scorria UiKINQ coirAsv ut Orsanlatil vSara tktir ik Is lwll4 iipounit ai iw ni v i ,rH,, bwi, mm,- Hisi iuui- r. mo4 ! tpr i. lui tail lull la lufiuU"0 Si" k n.cnwatliar I'arta.oa.llMl. W U.mi lnuiM k iu w nib IKUlJ a iUi laiiaa "I 'a aar IVtTrUa lur reialtta W J. W. CAVANAGH, II Wall 81., He York City- GET RICH! CANDY CATHARTIC mm jpinaa Dr. Kay's RiHivilir, RVuTOr? la.MBatlpatlnn livrrasil ktdccTiUaeaaM.tll llimaawa. litaUa. tic ru AluruggUVao All.