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tYm. H. MULLANE, PuMliss'.
CARLHUAD, - vr. a TEXANUTTBfl. Federal court It la MMtou at Abi lene, got Jacob was convicted of forgery At Houston and given two years, Kmploye of tbo Mn Antonio flour ing mill have organised h toitfin. Mrs. M. A. Malney, rh old reeWnt of Kaufman, pun4 awny Im that etty. Ah unknown man tu run ovtr nail hilled by a Santa F train Hear Ilren bam. Work la progressing rapidly on the Santa, Fe tinxkenaer station at Fort Worth. J. J. NorrlK iif Kosse, dM at Den ver, Ool. Tli' n mains wtrt bulled at Kuan. The county attorney approved SToftO of Crook tt county Jail refunding bonds. The Santa Fe shop at nalneavlllo tiara received a lot of new ana coat I y machinery. Isx-Uov. flub Taylor and family of Temieawe. ht in San Antonio, whore tliey will winter. Illll ItaiKlnll. colored, waa badly wounded at Terrell. The bullet paaeed Juat behind his heart. An incendiary fired tbo iiouao ot Xjuvreiiie Imolln near Austin, and It burned to the ground. The aaft In the store of Robert Oray at Froctoi, Krutti county, waa blown pen and about $o takan. Newt. Momi' of llonham waa run oyer by a heavily hmded wagon at Honey drove nnd Imdly hurt. The dead body of John Hmltli. white, vrltli aeveial bullet hole In It, waa fount! neat Quito In a cotton field. Will Smith, lolored, waa ahot and killed at Ciimi ion. lie and Tom 18111s, father and aon, gave themselves up. Itev. UcorK' K. Clothier hue reiolvetl unanlinoua mil to be pautor of the First PimbyU-rlau church of Waxa IJaohle. About 2UU Texnna are inembera of the thirty-eighth Infantry, which la shortly to leave gan Franclaiu for Manila. Muihall Ihilllam, a veteran illlsen f Mellaaa, and one of til beat known Mason In North Ttnaa, died a few day nrfi. It U clnlmed that the population of Fort Woith hna increased nearly 6000 Uin past three year nnd now number out 40,000. A inoiiuinent to the memory of the late fs-Hl.erlff Hamual Houston ftaeso will l im filled at Weimar, Colorado county, Nov. .1. Owl Hi to the Illness of l'- wife, t'un nrehniii.ui l)i liriiffenreid biu been cum pell. l t ..:! hla political ttigne- uieuta In K nt'uky. The second aunual convention of the Texan I'liotigruphera' association was held ut iiniiiia and much Impoitant bunluu iiuncarttd. A quantity of sewer pipe has arrived at MIuitkI Wills, and the work of con atruitlng n i ewer system In that city will be r.ipidly pushed. The tiades and labor assembly of Port Wonh Intends placing eight iee turera In he fleld In eotttnern tout, l.ouiaiuii.1 and Arkansas. Owl ut n rtoua slcknsaa In hla family )t v. Sam Jones has cancelled tke i iifiajr. meat be bad at Tesarkan to bold a protracted meeting there. The nrt con federate pension war rant iau I by the comptroller was drawn In i..m.i .f a. V. Bridge of ttnr net count) who was preaeat to receive It. A rr. ri.ntna oftke to enlist rotated nditfii-ra for the forty-nlntb lafantry Jihs been established at Ha Antonio, Walter V.'illlanis became entangled In toe shafting of a glu near lckbnrt nd was killed. The tax rolls of Han Jacinto county bave been ro'dved In the comptroller's departmeM for the year ISM. The roll nnow an li.creusc of tSS.Stt In the aa neaaad vl alloa of property tor tg4 present t over that of last year. 111 -e at K v prominent paving eon tractors, wh urrneted at Houston charged with iuintlag the ordinance rettulatlBK tlx iuymnt of employee og city work. ll lty require contrac tor to pi Dir 'ami- scale of wage aa the rliy ii . if wh th Is Jl.Tft par day of uiu ln nt. A few niaiux ago hile Mrs. Moberi NlattolaoH uh .n her r.ay kofje froaj market at llMtin l waa attacked by an unhii uii man beaten Into In aanatblllty, mid thrown lata IJuffalo baM .-ii.f fell in ahallsjejr water and .. m r . ued Milton Jn ha 4 charge of the eta H4 pipes utttiu iui,.- of the waterworks ut lluuiunu nays tiien- la plenty of water oa band to supply that city for vevrral ninin without any rainfall. Hon ham ilttsin. In coa oeusBss feel muck elated. COTTON QUESTION To Dc Discussed by Agricultural com mlisloners at Atlanta, Ga. SOUTHED STATES REPRKSENTED Gov. Caadfer Welcomed the OelegaMi to the Slate Me Spoke of the Conditio of (he farmtn. Atlanta, Oa.. Oct. II. When the m ventlon of cointtilaeloner of ngricnl tnre of the southern statet was called to order here yesterday morning, lnt Mana, North Carolina, Arkansas, Ala bama, MlHlteippI, QeorgU and Texas were ratirewated, while Commissioners Atkinson of West Virginia and Itolner f Vlrclnla were eipected during the dsy. The gathering was presided otcr UmporaHly by Commissioner flterens of Oeorgla, who originated and called the convention to meet here, its ob jects are to discuss the cotton situation and to attempt to bring about such legislation as will be beneficial to the farmers and te effect n plan for uni form olaaeldcatlon. Oov Candler of Oeorgla was Intro duced and welcomed the delegate on behalf of the Dtble. He spoke of the condition of the farmers of ths south, : rettresented the extreme distance from and said the Oeorglu farmers will wel- shore that n shot could be thrown by comn any movement nlonu the line ' n"n of the old cannon used In coast which the convention proposes to act. 1 defense, and the Itusslans hold that Oov. Candler said It was a fact that ' lhB Unit should be extend! to corn there hsd been no prosperity among "P"nd with the increased ranee ot iihhI tht farmers alms 1391. Whether It wus " ordnam e. due to fdral legislation or n failure The protocol through which tbe ar of the (tope. I ho fact remains that the bltratlon waa arranged waa prepared farmera have not prospered. He said In t. I'eteraburg by Unltml States the present rice In cottoi. would not Mlnlater Tower and the Husslan for put any aiitplua money In the southern Hk oltlce. it waa agreeil by the par farmers' pockets, but would only aave H' thst there should be but one ar tnem from Inevitable ruin, whluh waa bltrntor and the person selected for WUI Arbitrate. London, Oct. 25 Itutsla, It has been learned, haa nt Innt ngreed to arbitral with the Untied Btates the claim re suiting from the aelxttre of sealers In the llerlng ses, which hnra beon peml lug for nhout eight years. A protocol between tho two governments tins been drawn up, the flnnl formalities nro expeeteil to bo considered, noxt month anil the arbitration will probably toko the form of the Vsnoziielan court. Wnahlnjrton, Oct. M.Thoao clnlms erlRlnated In tho aelture by tho Una Man authorities off tho const of Siberia of three American settling vesaela nnd the itatnngea claimed nggregated about $1M,000. Tho vatwols wore the Jntitu Hamilton lwls, the Caiie Horn and the C. II. Whlto. In oarh ense the largest Item of the claim la on account of suffering of American onioora nnd crews while miliar arrest. Tho rase differ from inose claims presented, by Ilrltleh aealer which were settled by the tiering eea arbitration In the fart that while the lirltlsh vessels were seised by. the American revenue cutters an what tbe arbitration declared to bo the high seaa, the ttuaslnn man-of-war seised these American sealers within seven miles of the Aslnllc const. It la a matter of Intereal that for the first time the lluaslan government contends that marine Jurisdiction of h counter extends nt least this distance from the shore line instead of being limited to n marine league as laid down by tho older writers on International law. The league waa fixed originally because It sum to come from raising mortgaged crura. Mayor Woodward of Atlanta wel comed the commissioners on behalf of the city. Tbe addresses ot welcunv were rrsKnded to by Comntlsalonei Leon Jnslremskl of loulslnna, who represented Oov. I'osior nud tbe agri cultural department of that atate. lie aald the convention should pass ti res olutloti looklo: towaid preventing the ImslMcae disturbances, which arise ev ery year ovtr the wild and unreliable eotimatea imMlshsd from time to time retarding the eotlon crop. Temporary organisation was effected by the election of Commissioner Jaetre tnskl as chairman and Royal Uanlel of Oforgla secretary. Cbaliman .lastremnkl named John A. Redhead of Ml.wUalppl, Frank Illll of Arkansas and o. ii. Htevens of Oaor gia as the ummltt" on organisation and by-laws, and 1. K. Culver of Ala bama, A 8. Pntteraon of North Caro lina and Imd Jantremskl of LouUlana aa the committee on organisation. The convention adjourned until 10 o'clock to-day. that poet Is Mr. Aaaer, n celebrated Dutch Jurist, who took n prominent part In The Hague conference. The case will be submitted to him Just as soon as the papers can be pre pared at the state department. " Ih.llo stirred l Munlla. Oct. 25. Hollo la stirred by the expectation of Important lighting. i Hen. l'ulloit began unrolling tho bloody arroll. na he promlaed hla followers In a recent Interview, by firing volleys ut the American outposts nightly. 8ln e Hiiturday reinforcements have been arriving from the north. This activity I designed to divert the Vis layana from their dlsatlsfactlou ogalnat tbe Tagaloa. Agulnaldo haa ordered the release on parole of Are nnta and other Vlacuynn lenders who cr? disposed to negotiate for peace and Is watching them to provent further negotlntlnna. The fourth Infantry reconnolaancea about Imns found that the Insui gents ' had returned to Das Marinas. Tbelr bugles blew when the American? ap- J preached. It Is reported that they arc 1 1 -organising at Alalabon and other towns. The ler-llng InhaMtint of , 'bat section hr.ve requested MaJ. Men. i Otla to garrison thr tow in be'-atmc the i Insurgonts are living off the people. KILLED 8Y REBELS. ItHlUtt ImvtlaraHta. rfew Orlrans. U., Oct 2. Tn Vln eenso piorlo with 103 luilan Immi grants, and the Alblo with m nrrlveu yesterday mornlrg below he city. Un the whole day v.a spent la Inspection. The grand Jury at Ptirti. Mo., re They all proved a healthy lot and were turned an Indictment for murder In tun patftid as du dw. bl. only uhmit thirty belns held for fmtl.or in ettlgutlon us to aduilsat in uudei the cuutract labor and pauper m mlgiiint laws. Most of the iiniuus have reiaUvss here and i he nwjertty of thsm nro go ing to stttie in southwest bonlslatin. Taey are the fliat arrivaia of tan Mason. II er itosee IHe tewent. London. Oct. 25. The Colonial of fice yesterday nlng published a ca ble dupatrh reerlved from the lirltlsh high i''imm!sloa r In Month Africa. fir Alfred Mllner. commnnleatlng a lnl!'int dlspsl'h from Mr Oodfrey Ijsgden, the flrlilsli rcjldent commls- sli.ner In Baintoland, ralllnff attention to the reeklesnes of the Basutoa. who he say, he haa been trying to calm. Tbe red tent commissioner nddi: "Our policy, howevrr, hna been made difficult by the blistering of lb Hoars, who have freely threatened to attack Masuru and other nlMlooa. Those tbnata. lomblneJ with Intriguing, bsve tcntrlbdl-.! to rouse eicltenwnt amaiig the natives. I wish tu plsie It on im-rd tlai t'te Hoars have unwlic' attempted to shake tke allegiance ,! tbe llrsuloa and frustrkte our etTorta tcwaid traiulllty. Ibe Honrs, there- f.ie, ore rcspoMlbl for nay eamnto- tim and for tbe alarm regarding na tive Invasion wblb now prevalta." first dgroe against Alexander Jester, in the charge oi murdering (lllbert nates twentynrlght years ago. Tbe In dlrtment contains twenty count nntl oer every theory of murder from Ull known meaaa to a Unite, plain! anil roison. AMsse I Central. Caracas. Vonetuela, Set. tl-flta-nprlano Ogstro. the Insurgent eom uanorr. nss as.iased eontral at the goveroiaont and haa selected tie fol- v lu cabinet MtnUH.- of tb late I'laatlsro Oasflaj mlnlater of , '.!-! .-: I ... i i i ... I . I. '. i ! I ! I .. I'l I' d.. I . .it 'i lf coin I . . . 1 1 , i I I,. .. i '. r n !', in i it ;n ,' i ' ' . ! Kit ll I . C H ,.n' l i 1 i'..., i . ll ... I ii I . i: lllw.rlf. rhleago. III.. Oct. SV-W K ItusaMI. a iMiMneea man of thle eiiy. drowned himself yesterday by Jumping Into Lake Mlrblgan fmm Hi" ntcnmer City cf LnuUvllle when It waa twelve mile out from Chicago. Rutmetl had boon In III health for some time and was de spondent. Yesteidnv inntnlng the of fMals of the company y whloh Kus s'll waa employed ickImmI u letter frrm him saying that It ; unless for him to prolong hla llf- ai d thst he Intended to take paaa::i i m a lake rteamer and drown htm At Th po ll, e were at onro nuttt l nul i fllrTi ut hujtily to the 'H' i.' r ill I lines having steam rt boi'iul fur Mlihlgna ports. It waa found Mint a man an Hwirlng the ditciiiitton ir ttuHMeli had tnVen f-a.iage u th.- (ii of Iuls vlHe. giving tin- nali.e i,f It. K. Wil liams. The ".k t ti mi kMiii-d aud all tbrt muld I) wui to uuify tbe oflclala of the KtHani.'MMt company In St Joseph. On th arrival of the boat It waa reHiri'l that tw. lve miles out of Chicago " It K Williams' bad oicihosrd snd wus drowned. I 4'immI l!nfli ilm Wlwt)lC. Man.. Oil. X5 -There wa ! great enthueiskui teaierday when the itreln Uaring the Maultotis and llrltlab Uul .piiii.i i oi.tiiiiicnt fur the Canadian ' i .i' . nil 1 lo UK.'Ht ilieat Britain ii i ' I i .11 pulled out for the i '. i:-t men fi 'in each prov i. . i..!.t U. uitt-pieil and thste had I i.u 'idly .fluti.l fr..m each bat i ,11 .1 ii ii i in, ip mi il.ni ivtry regt i lt. tu-' I mluli.n a-ivk-e would ).:. a i i"renK.il rniguns ratscil t: Ay to tuiutab mail' i Is to the msu. An American Met Death and Two Men Were Wounded. FILIPINOS ATTACK A LAUNCH With Gen. lawton'i expedition In the Rio Chi' qulla, Near San lildro-The Rebels fired from Shore Mnnltn, Oat. M, 8:80 n. m. An American ollleer wna hilled nnd two men were wounded by 'tho Filipinos In an nttaek on a Iniinoh with (Ion. Iiw ton's expedition In the Itlo Chlniiltn. near Men Isldro. The rebel ilred volleys from the shore, (Jen. 0tl ha repllel to the three Insurgent oflleers who entered Angeles last Friday with u request ;nndo through (Ion. MnrArthtir for permla slou fur n Filipino commission, head d by a Filipino major general, to visit 0n. Otis In order to dlseusa peace terms nud to arrange for the delivery of more Aferlenn prisoners, Hint tho desire cannot be grnntel. because tho suggested propositions of tho Filipinos are mgtie. Indefinite nnd unmllltnry. nnd because the Americans must con tinue to decllno to rocelvo any ropro MNtntlves of tho M-callU Flllpluo government. C'mitlct CnnfrMn, Mlunenpulls, Minn., Oet. 33. A special from Nllllwnter says: J. 0. Mcllryde, n convlet at the prison, serving a sentence of three year for an assault, has mails n re tnarhnble confession showing him to be one of tho most hlgh-hnndsd mur derers In the country. Ills confession was made to Warden Wolfer. In n let ter In which he related tlm murder of two officers, Josoph (Irani nnd John MeNutt, nt (lenovn, III., on Aug. I), 1810; th murder of Julia Utickmlro nt Geneva; n poatofllce robbery nnd the murder of the miirihnl of Osenwntto rale, Kan.; the burglary of n hard ware atore and the shooting ot a policeman nt Oulde Hock, Neb., nnd many burglarise nul highway robbot let. Spooking ot the circumstance of tho murder of (Irani and MoN'utt nt (leno vn, ho says: "Two imls aud myself were In tho net of committing n burg lary at Geneva early In the morning of Aug. SO, 1MB. We mite red the house of nu undertaker for. the purpose of robbery. My two imls were arrested by these oQtrres. I walked some dis tance from tho place of tho robbery and secreted myself behind a tree and when the officers came along with my two pais i snot mem. Killing OMrer MeNutt Instantly nnd wounding O ra rer (Irani fatally. conilnulng he says: " also mur dered a woman by the name of Julia iiocKmire in the outskirts of (lone a about two wcclia before I murdered tbe ofnVets. I cut her throat with a rss'ir because she recognised me while in the act of committing a robbry." Aftor receiving tho letter and calling Mcrtryde Into his oltlce for a more ex plicit story ot his criinos, Warden Wolfer, communicated with the au thorities at Oeneva and elsewhere. He learned that the crimes were commit ted, but haa received no additional information. Mrliryde Is now SI year old and says he baa followed the life of a rob ber and murderer since he waa IS years old. While relating the r.tory of bis crlies be gave all tbe details In a mat tar of fart manner and evidently felt relieved. He claims to have confessed because hla conscience bothered him. and eays he Is anxious to be punished for Ida many crimes. Mure BHrKMt Needetl, Washington. Oet. IS The strongest recommendation In tbe annual report of Burgeon general Van Itaypen. J, Just made public. Is that relating to the Increase of the medical corps of tbe nary. He points out that while there has been a steady Increase In the en listed force of tbe usvy for the past two years, and while tbe addition of 1000 men. there hss been ho unliable provlalon made for u correapnndlna Inrrcaae In the mtdlcal corps, which la charged with the care of Iho health of theeo men. Rvery Burgeon who Is not sick Is said to be on duty and the department hss been unable to supply surgeons for needed recruiting and oth er duties. Burreon Uenersl Van Hey pen riHommends that tbe corps be In creered t- surgeons and twenty as sistant! turgenns and five volunteer aurgeons snd Ave volunteer surgeon who served in the war and who are now In service be trftttsferrod to the regular roll. It I also rot nested that the naval assistant aurgeons be placed on an equality with those of tbe army In pay and rank. The Attack en Oleneo, London, Oct. 23. A correspondent In Qlencoe camp, telegraphing on Oct 20, and describing Ut fighting that fol lowod tho following engagement in the Doer nttaok upon tho Drltlsh position that day, snyst "It was after tho battlo wna renew ed, following tho lull that ensued up on tho ahnrp cannonading of tho Ilrlt lah which silenced tho guns ot the Doers on Smith's hill that our casual ties began. "Tho Indlnn hosplUl corps of cool lee under MaJ. Donovan of tho elgh teenth huaaara ran out, keeping In Uie ronr of tho advnnclni Infantry nnd nr- tlllory thnt hnd galloped from tho sec ond position through tho town nmld tho cheers of tho citizens. "At this point tho Doers became er rntlc. Our nrtlllery wns fighting on tho hill whero the Doers wore stntlon wl In grcnt numbers but tho return ot tho flro did llttlo dnmngo. The onomy kopt up an Incessant shooting, but our shrapnel began to tell Its tnle, with the roBiilt thnt tho Doer visibly slack ened. From a ceaseless rattle tho rllle nre dwindled to atraggllng shot "A corporal of tho Dublin fusllcors waa carried past mo to tho rear on a Htretcher. MnJ. Davidson ot tho Irish fiullecrs wns shot through both legs nnd Color SergL Anderson of tho Dub 1 In fuallcora wna brought In wounded In the right shoulder. "Tho nrtlllery In fronl wns shelling nnd tho King's royal rifles, on tho right front, woro busy with tho Maxims, making tho Doers nnxloun about their position. Their nrtlllery hnd been nl lenced by tho splendid sorvloo of our "Monuwhllo the squadron ot tho eighteenth husears nnd a mounted eomiMtiv ot the Dublin fiiHlleera were creeping nrotind on the onemy'n loft flank, while another squadron of tho huroars and n mounted comtwny ot tho King's royal rifles deployed to the right flank, nt the corn fleld. "The artillery continued U piny on Smith's hill with a range of nearly S 000 yards. Under Ita cover the Dub tin fuslleera snd the Kink' royal rllle preeeed forwnrd. It wns In the oxeou Hon of this maneuver thnt the onatml Ilea to our Infantry occurred, several men being killed or wounded. "Tho firing now ceased off on our side, nnd only n solitary shot wns ro- turned now nnd thon. dsn. Symons, with hla stuff In front of tho guns, tnlc Ing cover In tho rear of the plnntntlon, near tho Imho ot the hill. All this tlmo our Infantry In extended formntlon hnd gradually pressed forwnrd, wntohlng the Doers from the rear of tho nrtlltory and mussing on tho extrome loft ot tho hill. "It waa gnllano work on both sides and score of men fell within n dis tance of a couple of hundred yards, but the situation soon became too hot Tor the Doers, wbo broke aud fled for tbelr horses, which they had left nt tho foot of the hills on the northeast. There thry were recolved with n fu el lude (rum the huwiars, who had cap tured or stampeded all the horse. Tho enemy swerved In tbelr line of retreat. Some uurrendcrcd there nnd Uicn; others made for HatUuguprtit!, while some moved toward landman's Drift. All who lied were cIom. ly pur sued by our cavalry and a Held battery. Hut It aeema pretty cloar that when the main light was drnwlug to a close, part at least of the Daunkauser contin gent under Commandant Krattnus came upon the ground, as well as a detach ment of the Fue State contingent, which had made n forced march from the south. "The chief portion of tbe Free State troops, however, remained, It appears, In a strong position at Illggursberg, Wbeuce It will be necessary to dislodge them 1 fthey should wait for our stuck which. In tbe rlrcumatances. Is nut thought probable." lilllMl tlx Hit lin Atchison. Kan., Ot. 2S. Two rob ber ftatunlay night shot and killed 'one man and wounded another In a atore at Doniphan, which they later robbed and yesterday ambushed and (shot and killed a policeman nnd ; wounded anot.. -r man, both members of a posse pursuing them. lst night tbe robbers were surrounded 0 mile north of Atchison and an attempt tu arrest them will be made at daylight. The dead: John Drown ot IMphlu, , Robert Dlckeraon of Atchison. 1 Wounded: Charles Kucha of Donl 'phon and James Hayes of Atchison. I Tbe robbers entered tbe store of Itneba at Doniphan at S o'clock and at tbo point of revolvers ordered a num ber of men present to bold up their band. Th order waa obeyed quickly and one of tbe robbers started for tke money drawer. Sutwiur Vane BHntiirr. Ilalelgh. N O.. Ost. SS.-ArUat HI lot i of Washington, who Is making the statue of Senator X. II Vane. Inform the committee that It will be eouleted by March or April. The unveiling will ixriir h"re May SO, Kortli Oarollna's tale holiday. It I proposed that all tbo national guard of the elate shall pnrsde. and that there shall be a large tod) of Maryland and Virginia troop aud ex-Coufc0erate veterans In attend-Slice. At arent Fall, Mont., nine men per Isketl In th recent Wlaaard. I'cMdlaU l lie Tried, London, Ky., Oct SS. The oiay eannly elretilt court open to-day at hlaHebester. The Ave feudlata. ltdtly gnd Floyd Ckadwell and Sol, Jim and 'Him OrlRW. will be tried for tbe kill ing of Deputy Wash T backer of tbe Fbllpot faitiou. Uov. llradley baa trooi's In readiness to go to the pro tection of the court Immediately upon the requeat of the Judge. Since the last torm of court tventy men and one one woman hare been ahot and t'lero are oaly four ladlctments. "IttsanlttWint Tfiat Blows Nobody Good ' ' TFul trrutt Acht or pjiln or wtAkntss It Iht "Bl tuind" thAl dirtcit your Attention to Hit ntcessity of purifytng your blood re hktng Hood's SArtsp.rillA. JTitn your whole body ttctivts good, for the purtfltd Uood pots linking lo tvtry orgvu R (a iht remtdy for all Ages And both texts. dloodS SahSahWiU i mm I, m ii urn mid ifjA-.Ufie Improper tinting. Rlr Henry Thompson Is nuthorlty for the statement that more than half the diseases that embitter the middle nnd latter part of life Is duo to avoid able errors In diet, nnd thnt morn nils chief, In the form of actual dlsoaso or Impaired vigor and of ahortenod life, nernies to civilized man from errone ous habits or eating than from the ha liltunl use of nleohnllc drink. In view of tho enormous ovlla resulting from Hie use of nlcohollc liquors, the con- clllltlna nnllllnll nf lllta imlnml tnnn should arouse the Indifferent nnd cause ine cai'BHii to be more unroful in mat ters ot diet. Tliee Itiiplil l)itj, Clly editor Well? Heporter Can I have fifteen min utes off this nftomoon? Clly editor (frowning) For what? Heporter I'm to ho married. City editor Well, hurry up. And (absently) yet the name of the tnldo and all that and it there's anything senaatlnnnl enlarge upon It, I ahnll ex pect half a column, (let n hustle ont Tint outr cum: that ihiim iMirtr. Usstlve llramo QmIsIi.i Tablets reiporM the cause, teat produce U Ortmi. H. W. (irare'a aUraettire la vn rash Imx. sfo. Do n gentiumnn tnder nny nnd all circumstances. QUALITY AND NEWS. FA MB AND EXCELLENCE AHB DETERMINING FACTORS IN SUCCESSFUL DEVELOP-MENT. One ot the Important rnnetlom of Illcli-Clnil Ncttipaiieri. In presenting Interesting phases ot scientific and ocouomlo problomn, hlgh-clns newspnpers frequently itlve information of as great value In their ndrsrtlslng columns ns In thoso de voted to the publication at tho prin cipal events ol the day; nnd when tho fame of a product la oxtended be yond Its natural llmltu Into foreign lands, and n large demand created throughout Qront Drltaln and her col onies and ths principal sonports and cltlss ot Kurope, Asia nnd Africa, It becomes a pleasant duty to note the fart and to tell ot the paints of ex cellence on which so groat n success is bssed. We refer to the now world- famed laxative remedy, Syrup of Flga, the product of th California Fig Syrup Company. Tho merit ot this well-known excellent laxative woro first made known to tbe world through the medical Journals and newspapers of the Tutted States: and is one of the distinct achievements of the press, it is now well known that 8yrup of Figs Is an ethical proprietory remedy, ap proved by the most eminent physicians everywhere, because It Is simple nnd effective, yet plessant O the taste and acceptable to the system, nnd not only prompt In Its beneficial effects, but also wholly free from any unpleasant after-effects. It Is frequsntly referred to as the remedy of the healthy, be cause H Is used by peoplo who enjoy good health and who live well and fool wsll and are well Informed on nil sub jects generally, including laxatives. In order to get Its bonsticinl effects, it Is necessar to got the gcnulno Syrup of Figs, which Is manufactured by ths California Fig Syrup Co. only, Do vnur ilnlv unit vnnr nnrt In Ufa will be done. Acts gently on the dneys, Liver and Bowels Cleanses the System EFFECTUALLY OVERCOMES JrpJ ' HabitualCoNST'P"0" ,,UAU PERMANENTLY ITS BHUi0 tPCTS. UNCIAL W Dvy TMt oe'ivi'it - maht o oy (5URRNIAlTGfSYRVP(S vw-h to mist m swot rou ist tutsmt