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W.H. M ULLANK, PuUHssir.
OAiUSIMI), N. M. TUXANETTBS. J. II. Newman was killed by an tlec trio wire at San A stoats, Ittaluuvl Laage. wbw wm thrown (ram u bono at Caere, dtod. A tntn and mlt were kill t J by lightning near liroeeville. A Iom of Coafederate Veterans camp has boeu organised at Tentll. Secretory nam of the llynson SprlNgi cotnpsny dM suddenly, Cottnge art br!nt erected at BBl so ior the cotton will operatives. The Wlasboro Mercantile totopany, capital tor l&o.ooo. h llkd it char Ur. .V organ Jones hs t - n lted presi dent ut the Kort VYotth Commercial club. James Lilly, an aged colored preach er, died at Marshall. II. htlmed to Iw over 100 years old. The Teaarkana Cotton Oil and Per tlliser company, capital ( k 1100,000, baa bMn organised at Ttxarkana. The ninth eongreasiouiil district la to liavt Bona colored census enumerators, who will work only amen the no ROBERTS REACHES The stats board of education pur chased J 0000 of state bonds liearlng 7 per rent from private imrtlc. for ths school fund. Tlie Port Worth and New Orleans Ilallroad company nam (83. :o tax tin IMM.M of passenger earnings for Ike laat quarter Oocdeke Bros.' general merchandise tore at Pi tm City burned. Un 7t00, Insurance K.(HH. Uoodlue Mines loat on building fxoo. with no Insurance. The (Vntral Texas and Northwestern 1 tall way lompnny paid the controller (7S.S6 tax on $7225.17 of passenger earnings lor the quartet ending March 81. A colored woman named Drticllla Keble was Itadly shot near Hlverslde, Walker county. A colored man wag arrested. Jealousy waa the supposed cause for tk deed, The large and handsome residence of Mr. J. T. Strnttou, located on Stratum plantation, five miles from Velusco, was detttoyotl by fire n lew night ngo. The building and contents were valued at :ooo The commissioner ot Insurance bay admitted the Host on Insurance comiu ny of IhMtou, Mass., to Jo business In Texas. This tnnkes a total of 112 In sursme companies that are authorised to do business In the sute. In the ease of Ned Fisher, roiivlcted ot warder In the first degree and sen tenced to be banged at Cold Springs, San Ju lulo (ounty, June 1, Oov. Hayerti refused to Inti rf with the action of the lower court. A movement Is on foot among the business men and rltitens of lirandon to build a railroad to the Missouri, Kansas and Tesaa railway tracks, two and a half mites from Drandon. Iirau dou will ulve the tiMoasary depot grounds ami right of way. A large number of counterfeit silver dollars have bon put Into clmtlatlen In Austin, ami everybody la on tho lookout Thus tar no art-ais have been made, nnd as tar as known no clew. The money la rather dark, and looks .ml rings like pewter. A uegro of Itlthordsou. Dallas ooun ty, shot and hilled an unknown white man. According to the story told by the negro and bis wife, aa the- entered their home three men, two negroes and one white man, ran out of the rear door, lie grnbed bis shotgun nnd fired. At Reviervllle, Tenn., a few nays ago Cel. Ixrrl. k was sen ten red to twelve yegys Imprisonment for the (taring at fort he and two others made to rob the Sevlervllle bank In broad daylight Inst Oetaher. While trying to shoot the rapids In a etnas at Kingston. X. V.. daw, Philip Klnaaland liar f Xptley, N. J., and Christopher Co4oi Augur of itvaastoa, III., members of the sophomore clam, were drowned. Joseph Mullet nnd James Ntsharris. allns "Skin the ttant." who were re really liberated from lite Imprison meat for the Phoenix for murders, salted for the t'nlted States, by the Lunula. They hope that a fund will be raised ft.r them In America. The managing committee of the IJv ernooi School of Tropics I Diseases will shortly dispatch an esped' n to the Ausaaon to Investigate lit yellow fa Tr. The expediOoa will nroreed by wny of ItalUmore, where lu mewbers will eonier with experts. frank Skertord. a deaf and dumb printer, wklkt riding on a train tram Port tsnttii. Ark . to Hureka BnrintM, jUMisai oat at Height Water. The train wns going tahHr mile an hor and he fuotained Mat iojori's. IksgUt Wtiar was till tawns. Johanncsbaro and Will rush on to City of Pretoria. PEACE PnOSPECTS BRIGHTER. Amid Great rnthuifatrn lord 5llibury An awaits the Latest victory of Ihs British Troops. Indnn, May SO. Jnl Hoborla wns blTOHRBkltig In the suburbs of Jolmn tieslwrg THeeflsy. JudgltiR from lim dltpnieh, ho must hsvs tirivnto Infor nrnttoti rsnanllnK tho dlsootltlon of the garrison In tho fort. I.ortl Hoberta' envalry has movotl on beyond Johnnnealmrg. A jiorllon Is understood te bo m SCuurfnnttln. seven miles north of Johannesburg, nnd with in twenty miles of Pretoria. jnn Hoberts, altlHmRh with a broken bridge st VereeHlgnlim and a wreekott rallwny behind him, haa aomohnw managed to let forward eiiMclent anpplloa for IiIb large fo As he has len able to dn so much, It la considered possible that ho will be outside ot Pretoria Friday. The rapidity of his advance Is ihought an estraordltmry Hehlevetnnnt, even by grudging continental crltlcH, Tho Iwors, who were oxpeetoil to light nlntiK tho line of hills known as KIlprlvorsburK, abandoned the enstorn end of tho ridge near Urtl Huberts' ad vane line, but they stood thlr ground on the extreme right near Van Wyck'a Ilust. where tney met dsn. Prenrh'a turning movement. The tight nntlnued all day. and the result Is aa t mere conjecture. Probably the lloer rear gunnl sue "eded In keeping fjen. I'reneh olt and i now In the hills northwest of Jolmn uesburg. The Itnndnrtl has the followlne ml. rices from Pretoria, under .Monday's Jate: The Transvaal government tins snenotl, or Is nbout to oiien. iieaen no. lotlationn. It has cabled u linn I In. liilry to IU ngenta abroad, nsklng whether nny hopo oxi(it for nld." Without doubt tho nrosonco of lini llobertfl. with 40,000 men, nt Johnnnos. burg will Imston tho Tranarnnl's do slslon. Iv.iMtchM front T.arenzo Mnrntmz lescrlbed Presldont Krunor ns wnvnr. Ing, but demanding a Rtmrntileo that ho sluill not be oxlletl to at. Holann. The fighting burghers still continue to desert, aud the total collar) of tt.a lloer mlliury ormtnlsatlnu la not far off. Ilennet Iltirlelgh. wiring from Lord HoberU' headnuarters at Veoronl- eeu on Sunday, says: "I doubt If President Knteer can muater 18,000 men, aa many of the burghers have gone to their homes." The slauncher ltoera are semllnr their families, with wagons and stores, to the Xoutiwnsberg district. Whether Pretoria will be defended Is unceHsln. although h Pretoria dmpstch, dated Sunday, tdeturee the work of defamittK. tho cnpltnl aa going on "with feverish activity." Pretoria Is situated In n wllilm-na. of kopjes and ran gee. nnd Is provided wuu listens tliat require at least 20, CS0 men to man them properly. There may still be one Iwmi nut for tho Hrlt lih to crack. ECLIPSED THE EfJLlPSK When ll Co ran to a roollng of Fmd men Unt of rihancet, Tyler. Tex.. Mny 30. undny night, whllo negroes from sovornl plantations In the oaftorn part of tho eounty were nt ehureh, a strange nogro appfare and told them that ho lind been told In a dream that oarly the noxt niornng n small black spot would appear on tho tin. which would grow lnrgor nnd targor until flnnlly tho tun wrulj be esmc nlmont nlwcurod. Thm he ox plttlnwl would be n sign of Hod's ills pleasure nt tholr sinful ways and of tuslr mliorly gifts to tho church and the poor, and that In care liberal do nations woro not mmlo to nppenie Qod'a wralh. awful tilings would hap pen. Ho furnished n motnhar of oa'h family with a darkened glass with In sturtlonc how to use It, and warned thorn In case the spot' appeared to Iran no time In getting to elnireh nnd to come prepared to make liberal gifts nnd to pray. The fin mo. It is said, worked like a charm, and ns soon as the "spot" on tho sun was olwrvo-J the negroes hastened to church with what ever small change they had, which waa turned over to tho strango negro. Shortly after tho eclipse the ngro left on his orrund to distribute the gifts to tho ntiwly, nnd has not bon seen sluco in that vicinity. MONUMENT TO MEN .MniiilniilH A.dril. Austin, Tox., May M. Tho court of criminal nppmln has undor considera tion an Interesting quofltlon, involving the time prohibition becomo offoctlvB In n illstrlrt whoro tho "pros" won unit n contest result. The question was imsaod upon by the attorney general's dsimrtment, holding Unit If fiohlbltlon won, and the elec tion whs eoutested. tho saloons should remain closed pending the contost, but in the opinion said that the courts should pass on ths matter, ns there wns some doubt ns to the correctness ot tho IKMlllou taken. As before Rtntod, the question Is .now hefoto the court of rrlmlnul nppwtts. Attorney Koltx (1. Thurmond of Kort Worth has filed nu original nppllontlon for writ of mandamus In tho court ot criminal npponls in Itehnlf of ox parte Walter Cloptnn. This Is known ns tho Midland county enso, and line been lu tho courts In north Toxar vcral times Clopton Is Incnrcoriitoi on tho qhnrgo of soiling liquor nftor loonl option lind oarrlwl by n Hinnll majority nnd a con tost wns lllod. Wliat Mirlnsr Wnni.. Washington. May s.-Mr. John W. Springer of IJeuver is here asking congress to pass a bill providing for retaliation on dermsny If that eoui try usases a law Imposing prohlbUcry duties on American meat. Mr. Snrlim er presents this request at the In stance of the livestock men of his sec tion. The draft of the bill provltfss for duties on all Imports from the Herman empire of 10 per cent In excess of the present duties. lle-tMmtle I'laltl. Ardmore. I. T.. Msy 10 In te bills near Viola. In the Interior of the Chickasaw nation. Sunday a useosrale Sunt occurred between deputy mar shals and a gang of men they wars trying to arrest. Deputy Marshal Uridges Is reported to hsvs shot and killed one of the men. Two arrestn were mode and two of ths gggg so esjsrd. with a passe in pursuit. Ho atMeers were reported wounded. A Itaeeltrer, Austls. Tax.. May M. Judge Dare Mr!sll has been nrmointsd receiver of the Austin Uom and Suburban Hallway sow pony, with a bond ef lot. This Is tho sleetrte line that runs from ths sit to tho dam. hot bos not been oper ated sines too destruction of the dam. sn soeoont of no powei. The f -y of Austin Is still without otortrte tars. There are several MOSS ears operated on a portion ot use line. After a tour weeks' st salon the lleihodtst gonsrsl eoufeieoee Is ever. Vol u irniiillilnle. Kort Worth. Tox..' Mny 80. Judgo Charles K. Iteli of this city, chnlrmnn of the state Democratic executive com mittee, was nskeil If ho had rend the anuouncement ot lion. James II. Wells of llrownavllle for chairman, and It ho would be it candidate for the chairman ship again. He said: "I have seen and read with much In terest still pleasure Judge Wells' Inter view. I feel very grateful to Judge. Welle and the other gentlemen who have spoken so kindly of me, but I rent Ise that I lmve had all the honors I am entitled to, and my dealre aud Intention is to quietly and unobtrusively drop out of politics. I will not bn a oandl dnte for (ho chairmanship or anything else." I. Wi ll. New York, May 20. At tho rtlrnrd 1 total It wns snli! that Mrs. JufTsrion Imrtf who was roiwrtwl ns bilng sick, whs very well aud wns receiving tailors. No other Information omiid be obtained. All AKreriiient, Austin. Tox., May 2. The holders of the Austin ilsin bonds have ontered Into an agreement and appointed n rommlttee to negotiate with the eity of Austin. Ity the terms of the agreement the bonds are depoeltml In tho vaults ef a Wsll street security ramiiany, sub ject to the order of ths committee. The agreement ilao ompewers the commit lee to employ attorneys and expend money necessary far the protection of ths bondholders. Who Comprised the Civil War Army of the Potomac HAD ITS CORNERTTONE PLACEP At the Historic Sfct In rredtrlckiburg that Is Noted lor the Charge of the Old fifth Corps. MmIi Ii llriril In Oil. Kew Waverly. Tex.. May 34. Whllo the children of Mike S. Kontnlnikl wore playing In his yard Monday even lag his little girl. Rosa, not imso amu of a kerosene can eontslnlng about halt a gallon ot oil. She strusk a match and dropped it Into the can The exptosioa that fallowed Ignltei her drone, burning her In a terr tde maimer, from the eft net of which she disd at 10: so Monday night. Drowned In the Surf. OslresloR. Tax., May M.-Whlle surf bathing off Seventh nnd Avenue U nt 11 o'clock Tuesday, Joseph W. Ooleosk stasnored and fell beneath the water, which wns only waist deep. He waa quickly brought ashore nnd heroic ef forts made to resuscitate him. but w'th out success. He was a ivotdent at Ctorksvllie. Tax., and a Oanfedtrate veteran. anate psiisil Mil annranrMUng aid tor Si. Louts oxnotltion In I HO. Fredcrlekibnrff, Va,, May 20. On tho very ground ovcir which tho old fifth corps charged nl Kredorleksburg, Pres ident MrKInley and hie cabinet nnd (Jon. Miles Irtdy wlttiosjod tho hy ing ot tho corner one In n sluttt which will perpetuate In broiiM nnd lira r, I e tho heroism of tin Army of the Poto mac. It was an leiprosslve ceremony, and rendered the mute so by the fact that among tho huiulred. who witness od the event wore noted leaders of both the l"eders! uud CoufeJcrats forces. Tho monument was the pr wjnal g ft ot Uon. Dunlel Iluttterlleld to the National Memorial aesoelatlou. (Ion. llutterfleld was present, but owing to III hoalth the rommlttnl ot the mon ument to tho secretory of wsr was made by Col. Hill, one of the veterans ot tho fifth corps. The visit of tho president to Krtdorlcksburg w.b pri marily lu honor of the aiinu.il rouu o.i of tho Army ot tho Potomac. Tho town wus In gain dress nnd turned ojt en tcniso to receive the dlstiugulsbvd vis itor. The presldont and his cabinet were welcomed nl the courthouse, which wns decorated with the national colors and the various corns Uses of the Army ot the Potomac. Welcoming spoechiM were made by prominent vet erans ot both sides ot the civil war. and afterward the president held an in formal reception at Hit home of it. (Jeo. It Itshugh, whete he was w.l coined by hundreds of the towufo.lt, both white and colored. Tho oration ot tho day was then de livered by (Jen. Dunlel It. Sh-hols. After n rocoptlou the president),! party drove to the Nattanal comitate, where tho foundation of tho llfth corps monument hud been laid Sui:onilo.l from n tcnffold hung the cornerstouo of tho monument. (Ion. llnttorllold oc cupied n bench next to tho president, and opposite them woro rnngol thu inombora ot the Mnsoulo lodge, unUor whoso nusplces tho stone was to be la'il. Thin wns Proilorlcksbur, lodge No. 1, ot which Ororge Washington was a member. Ilohlud the Maon wns the marine band. Tho ceremonies were oitetied by the band with "Nearer My Ood to Thee." in which all tho au dience Joined. The stone was annolnt od In due Masonic order, and lowers I Into place, after which Col. Hill. In,' brief speech, committed the monumont to the care ot the national government. Secretary Hoot, In replying, sslil: "On belie If of tho government of the United States I accept this memorlnl. I receive It Into the tender nnd rev erond care which the people ot the United States hnv dorroed .by their laws to he forever maintained over tho ssrred romslns nnd In memorial of tho men who died that our nation might forever live undivided." He eontluuod with n touching rtfor eneo to the heroism nnd sacrifice of both Federals nnd Confederates who contested tho field of Fredericksburg, and concluding, said: "Mny Ood grant that In tho over widening and benoflrcnt mission ot our country oach coming year, through tho efforts of your successors, may lay n 'resh crown of laurels upon tho grnv's ,t the men of that great strugglo In which wss budded the Arm and over lasting fabric of American character nnd American iwttrlotlsm. The J-year-olil son of D. Stephenson, cfllured, was burned to death at Kosse, Tax, ItreMptNrnl. Itlmo, Tex., May 16. Itseapol stile convlets Cordon and Ieduke, who Jumped tram a moving Midland train Wednesday near Qulnlnn, were rap tured here Thursday night by Con stable A. J. IHirker. They hnd en tered a ear of crosstles which s'ood on the sidetrack and one of them was sleeping while the ether wntehed. They had removed the chains aud cellars with which they were necked together when they jumped from the tain. Uoth are long-term mrn. Ilml on TuiMirurlly Fort Worth. Tox., May M.-The fol lowing telegram datsd at New York, was received tiers from Mr. Ceorge 11. livlng. whs lias been In Now York oily for some months: "Ills? onttie deal abandoned, teM,r nrlly, on aceeuHt of unfavorable llsun oial sondltiows. 1 am otgnnlstag suong company tor Immediate imroukM of osnitol vwtleaie, with view to uuylag others later on." RVCNT8 EVERYWHERE. Tho queen regent ot Bpaln has slgneij the postal convention with tho United Otates. P. M. Arthur has been to-clcelee1 president of the llrothorhood ot Loco motive engineers. Tho pl.int of tho Mneun AfJgrlcuHur&l comimtty of Mneon. On., waa destroyed by II ro. I.om fSO.000. Tho czar of IIiimIa has ratified nil the articles agreed upon at The Haguo poaeo eonforonso. In July tho Hamburg-American Steamship company will establish nn Independent sorvleo to the northern porta of llrar.ll. flartllner 8. Williams, emeritus pro fessor of science and art ot teaching In Cornoll university, Is dead of paralysis, aged 75 years. Fire at tns Cmess. N. M.. partly de stroyed tho buildings occupied by Itow man's bank aud the Ilona Anna Coun ty Republican, a nowspaper. Tho big boulder has arrived nt Nor wich, Conn., to murk the spat whoro Con. Putnam rode down 100 stops, es caping from tho llrltlih. Startling disclosures may bo expect od nt tho trlnl of Nolln. Wash nnd Dill man, tho men charged with nttsmptlug to destroy tho Wollanit canal locks. It. Cowper Pat ton. regarded as the most brilliant young man In South Carolina politics, died at Columbia from the affects of n surglenl operation. Tho sudden donth Is nnnounred of Fran els 8. Carpontor, who .minted tho ploturo of Lincoln rending the eman cipation proclamation to tho cabinet. Unltod States Consul General Frank II. Mason In n report anyn that syn dloatos and trusts nro securing tho con trol of nlmoet all branches of Industry In Germany. Opernhetwc managers In southern Kaums, Oklahoma, Indian Territory and northern Texas have formod n cir cuit to escort attractions for noxt son son. Tho Louisiana sonata and hotmo mot In joint session to compare tho ballots tnkon for Unltod Stntos scnhlor, Mur phy J. Foster nnd Bamupcl Douglas MoHnory woro formally declared elect ed United Stntos senators. Charles Hovers wns shot nnd Instant ly killed nt Kurokn Springs, Ark., by J. h. Mitchell of Little Hock. Mitchell hnd boon tried lu tho pollco court for alloged Insult to Mrs. Dovors nnd lc qulttod. Tho flfty-mllo bleyrlo rco between Harry Hilton, the American rider, nnd Hdoiiaril Tnyloro, tho Frouch champion nt Antworp, rostiltod In tho luttor win ning by 100 meters. Tho diplomatic body at Pekln, Chlnn, addressed n conjoint note to tho tsung II ynmon calling upon tho government to suppress the "boxers" nnd tho nn-tl-forolgn projwgsndn which has as sumed serious proportions. A party of young .Mexicans nre mak ing a tour or tho United SUtoa with n view of studying tho school system ot tho various cities. Km of the state of Vent Crux Is defraying tho oxpensos ol tho Journey. Tho Gorman rolchstng by n unani mous vote romovod tho lox Helnto from tho order of the day nnd subse quently passed lu Its entirety through all rondlng an nnnlogus proposal pre sented by Count Alfred Von'lIomcBoh Iltirlch, amending and supplementing tho penal code. In a game of baseball at Orange tho pitcher sent n winding ball to IxjuIs Smorhol, who wns at the bat. Instead nt striking tho club tho ball landed on Smerliel'n left ear and illt It In threo places. Ho wns kuockeu senseless. llurglara entered tho county treas urer's olllce at Center but failed to get Into the safe. They got a sledge ha n mor and other tools from a blacksmith chop In town, with which they broko oft tho knob of the safe door. A terrific windstorm passed over the Chatlleld neighborhood, Navano coun ty. A number ot outhouses were blown down and crops namaged. Oats Buffered more than any other crop. Fields of cotton In some Instances were swept bars. While conversing with several friends at the Houston and Texts Cen tral depot at MeKlnney. Tobe Jenkins, a young tHtelHase man of that city, dropped suddenly from the clialr In which he wss sitting and expired from heart failure. Howard Taylor, chief advertising elerk In the St IiuIs Southwestern Hallway company's general passenger ofDie, resigned his position, effective on tho 30th ot this month, and accept cd n similar position with the Kbusbs Ulty Southern. On neeount of tho continued rain the management ot the Taylor fair, at a meeting held In ths secretary's office, decided to postpone the fair until Vues. day, Wednesday and Thursday, July 3, 4 and 5. Friday, July 6, the roolag contest will take plaes. Surma m W Hrfrctlre. In the Plymouth congregation there was at ono tlmo n woman who was a thorn In tho flesl Bho hnd n harsh voleo and n stiff manner ot speaking. nor long-drawn out. lull discourses wearied tho congregation. Hut Mr. Ilccchor was pntlont At Inst ho, too, reached the limit ot ondurnnco and ono ovenlug when she sat down nftor talk ing nearly halt an hour, ho nrose, and In his deep tones said slowly: "Nov Crthclees I Still believe In trnmen speaking In meeting." Bho spoke ci more. Tho savage doos not cnnnldcr tho time wasted that he spends In Idol wsr ship, Hlfnp Change, the Verdict. A Jury rccontly agreed upon n ver dict, sealed It and wont home. After stooping ovor It, they disagreed. This shows the power ot sleep to strengthen tho mind. Those who aro troubled wllji lusomnln or stomach disorders should try Hostetter's Stomach Hitlers. It puts tho stomach in good condition and In duces sound sleep. Tho clover woman Is tho ono who nn understand Jokes without explanation. Is a serious complaint. It's a warning tint ilKMitd be lieeded. It H dlflcretit from sn iHincut Unit feeling. It Is a sure slcn ot IKxir blood. You ran cure It by mnklng your liUxxl rich slid pure with Hood's Ssr ispsrllla. That Is what other oplo do limits mil of ttiem. Take a few bottles of this good medicine now and you vrlll not only get rid of Hint weak, Isuguld, ex hausted fcellnc, but It will make you feci welt nil through the summer. Tlrod Foollna-" I h't that tired feel Iiik nnd did not have life or nmbltlcn to nccompllnh my usual amount of household work. Heed's Snrsnpurllls gave mo relief snd olwi cured n scrofula tendency." Mus, It. Mmnirr, Duwaulac, Mich. BtwosJ'o Sarsapariila Is tho licit Medicine Menoy Can lltiy, A Predonln (Knn.) little girl ot 12 years lies determined to keep a record of the different boys and men who kise her. t'p to date her Hat shows 1ST. hut she Is mw yet in bookkeeu Ing. and during tho next six years she is hound to become much more proficient In llKtiros1 MHi liliie lo Kill tut. Hat traiw by tho hundred thousand will bo manufactured hero, says tho Worcester, Mass., Tologrnm, as a start ing order, as soon ns Cnhin C. Howon, of Los Angolee, Cnl., can mnkn n con tract with ono of four largo Worcostcr conroriiB which aro to bid for tho or der. Tho trap Is of wood, steel nnd springs. A strong spring Is curled around n shaft and tho shntt Is sup ported botweon two upright steel bands. Tho trap Is halted by placing cheeso In n rccontnolo which tho rat Is bound to locnto. Tho rat prcssos his noso against tho halt, nibbles It n bit nnd that's tho finish of that particular ret. A lover Is released, the steol spring expands, a strong band ot bronzed steel wlro swooim around nnd hits tho rat. The force of tho blow Is so great that the hungry rodent Is knocked against two sharp, steel spikes set In placo di rectly where his oyos will bo ns ho nibbles the bait Then the force of tho fatal spring will throw tho defunct rat four or ftvo feet out of the trap, and It Is automat ically sot for another tragedy. One- wind ot tho trap moans that It Is loaded for ton rats, ns tho spring will oxpatid with forco onough to swing tho whacker ton times. Ilnlh (IrtlhiffOlil. A good story of tho Duko of Deton nhlro Is going the rounds uf socloty nt this vory moment. Somo Inqulsltlvo nnd Indiscreet friend cnlmly asked tho lord prosldent of tho council what had been dono nt tho cabinet council that day. he duko kept both his couutc naee nnd his temper, nnd replied: "Well, tho truth Is. Lord Salisbury Is getting old and so am I, and ns ho speaks In rather n low tono of volco nnd ns I am rather hard ot hearing I can't toll you, my dear follow, any thing nbout III" NONE SUCH NetlttHr tMlf IhemtiMlc sua uaSttrer went Ilk SORENESS STIFFNESS Htiblec Ium tkmw! s tpttify fTMt Mic tiki St. Jacobs Oil W.N. U. DALLAS.-NO. gg-itJQO Wbcn Answering Advertisements Kindly Mention Tbls I'spec isJstatIW M 13sL45LlansHl isms nnti mi ur ih.s. isSsi 115 ft.U far druGfttU.