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vol. v. MDJ)Y, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, AUGUST 7, 181)7. NO. MO A 8BF1IOUB RIOT f Amrlrsn Hallnri Ai.milti-il liy 11 Mnli nf San Francisco, Col.. Aug. 4. Tho atonmer Helglo. from Hong Kong, via Honolulu, brings advleos from Koba to the effoct that n serious riot occurred there on July 12 between n numbor ot sailors from tho ship Ynrktown and Boston nnd n mob of Japanese rK)llo.i on tho occasion of a ball game betwcon a team from tho two warship and tho ISnropenn nine of Kobe. The row commenced when a coolie, having stolen n Annie of whiskey from a hlue-Jacket, wan caught and chastised by the latter. Tho local pollco attempt' oil to arrest tho Bailor, but bin ship mates rofused to glvo him up and marohed In a body to a restaurant whore thoy made a ntnnd nnd doflod tho nat'lVM. An Immense crowd assembled nnd the nttltuilo of tho coolies was do cldedly monnclng, but tho pollco made no effort to disperse tho mob, nnd tho tilue-Jnckots determined to flsbt tholr way through tho m.'b to tho wator front. Stone nnd other missies woro ox cbnngcd and when a rolnfocemont cama nshoro some liotirn later tho poll 00 llu penied the mob nnd the nnllnra bonrdwl their respective ships without furthor molestation. It In believed, howover, nioro will bo heard of tho Incident In the near future. I.onilon, Auk. I. A dlHpatch from Madrid describes a vory gravo stnto of affairs In Portugal According to thlH correspondent, the Poutugtioxe government U sotting tho constitutional doflnuco nnd udoptllig Llio mom stringont ropresslvo moaauros. Tho ikjIIco, without legal wnrranU, enter private dwelling- ut nil hours of the dny and night, ransack them, solzo propctry and march tho occupants to 'prison on trivial chnrgoe. A verltnblo reign of terror In established, nnd It l tho popular belief that tho government contemplate panning Its obnoxious tlnmclal legislation by mratiH of a coup d'etat. Ho severe are tho repress ive measures adopted by tho govern ment that In tho oplnon of (ho corre apondent no uutbrenk I llkoly to oc cur. A dlHpatch from Homo says King Humbert In In dally cc rrospondenco with bin nlntor. tho queen downgor of Portugal, on the mibject of tho present illsttibanees, nnd ho ban Instructed tho Italian minister at Lisbon, Count Our bnlx do Sonnnso, to render all tho aa alstanco In bin power to the royal fam ily h oaio an emergency should arliio. The Italian govornment has plnood two men-of-war under special order to proceed to Lisbon. VOLCANO DI8ASTOR. Sif trill llllllilrml I'l-opln Kltlril hy thcTrr rlliln (lutlirruk, Ghlengo, III., Aug. 4. A special from Tncomu, Wash., says: Plvo hundred reported killed up to July 1 Is the record ot tho torrlblo out break of tho grout volcano of Mayon, on the Uland ot Luzon, one of the Phil ippine group. At night on Juno 20 this volcano began throwing up nshe-s nnd lava In Immonso quantities nnd llnmos wero thrown upward consldora bly over 100 feet above tho crater. Tho next flfty-six bodice wero recovered at considerable distances, Tho most re cent dispatches to Hong Kong up to July 8 stated that no loss than COO were known to be killed. It wan Im jM.llile, said the dlBpntch. that the loss of life would reach Into tho thou sand', depending 011 tho length of tho eruption. On that date lava streams and allies hnd reached tho cities of Iluoey, Mnllpot nnd Llberl. and their destruc tlon wag certain. fifteen smaller towns between these and the volentio had been destroy!, awl tottrM of the agricultural papula tlon hud been overwhelmed while .at tempting to enwpe. Ill II t TH8 FURTQH UURNKD. Aflr Mueli HstTvrlng llt Hutlra Oraw V-r. flikeil Up, ifciUM. Maw,, Aug. 4. The llrltlsh Httjamir fkigamore, arrived from Liv erpool raiterday with the entire erew ot twenty-one men ot the British tramp steamer Purton. whleh was abandunod on July 38 In a sinking con dition In latitude S degrees, 50 min utes north and longitude 3C degrees west- Tho Putor was In command ot Captain J. I). Jenkins and sailed from West Hay, N. 8 Juno 23 with a cargo of deals tor Hurry, Wales. On June 27 she ran Into an Iceberg and was forced to put Into St. Johns, N. P., for repairs. The Purtou again put to sea July 21 On July 26 a strong southerly gale sprung up and tho ship soon npratiK a leak. On tho morning of the 37th a Ore waa started on the deck ot the steamer to attract tho atteutlon ot any passing vessel, and soon the Purtou was In (lames. The crew then put oft In the boats, whlrb wero kept near the vessel for forty-eight hours, when the Sagamore sighted them and taok 1 hem ju board Arrratrii fnr Hrrlmlllug New York, Aug. t. Tho police have looked up at headqunrtoni two men wanted In Now Orleans (or swindling 1'oscnl Lastetl, n wealthy saloon keep er, out of $7000, and nlso suspected ot bolng members of n gang which has operated oxtenstvely In South Amer ican countries nnd the large cities of this country. The prisoners are Ivan Antonio Mngan, 86 years old, ot 731 Dolphin street, Now Orlenns, and Keg Ho Gulterrlaz, 20 years old. who also camo from Now Orleans. Doth men are ot tho Franco-Spanish or Hotiqiia type, common In Booth Amorloan countries. They said thoy both left New Orleans four days ago. On July 27 Mngan went to Lustell. Ho said thnt he was Italph Dins, and that ho and others were In tho em ploy of the Argonllno govornment at Ilucnoi Ay res, nnd while thus em ployed thoy beenme possessed of MOO, 000 In gold bricks. Tho saloon-keeper bit nnd bought one-third slinro In tho gold bricks for 17000 cash. When he found he had been swindled by the gold brick game ho notified the New Orlenns police. One of tho mnn, supported to be .1 member ot the gung, died suddenly In New OloatiK of heart failure, supposed to have been smierlndueod by tho ox cltoment attendant on this transac tion with Lastoll. Ills name was Joso Marlt Mayano. The police of this elty wero noticed thnt tho baggage of the gang who hud departed had been taken by the Penn sylvania rallrond compnnles. Two daya Inter tho police wero further In formed that John Mnrtlnoz, alias Gon zales, was supposed to bo tho leader ot tho gung, and that an unknown man had sent n postal card to Ivan Anto nio Mngnn ln Now York. Tho pollco kept a watch on tho postafllco and when Mngan cnlleit for his postal card ho was arrested. On Magan's person wns 247, n draft on London banks for 410. n tlrst class passage on tho Amorlcnn liner 8L Paul, which sails to-day. Ills companion had $104, an Ingot of pure gold about nn ounce In weight, diamond Jewelry and a pack ngn of fako diamonds. Two trunks bolonglng to tho men were found, which contained a com plete outnt for the gold brick swindle. Mugan admitted that ho knew Mayano, who dropped dead In Now Orleans. He snld that Muyano owed him $3500 for a long tlino. but repaid the money be. foro he died. Tho police think this $3500 looks llko Mngnn's shnro of tho loot. Tho pollco ot Now Orleans have been noti fied of tho nrroHts. Tho prisoners wore arraigned In tho police court unit woro remanded, KLONDIKE COUNTRY. A Hluirlrr lliiiiln Hi tlm Unlit Ilrll IU lUrn HUrnr-rwI. Now York. Aug. 4. A special from Washington says; Thoro Is a shortor route to tho rich gold fields of tho Klondike, according to n communication to tho Interior de partment from J. O. !cwl. a citizen ot Balcm, who says he can open up at a small oxponse a route from tho mouth of the Copper Mine river by which tho Klondike may bo reached by a Journey ot not more than 300 miles from tho coast. Tho route which ho propsos would start Inland from tho mouth of Copper river near tho Oxmlles glnrcr, about twenty-live miles oast of the entrance to Prlnoo William. He declares that tho Copper Mine river Is navigable for many tulle beyond tho mouth of It principal eastern tributary, called on the latest mnp the Chlllynu river, which Is navigable for a considerable distance. . Prom tho head of navigation on the Chlllyua, Mr. Ixiwla says, either a high way or a railway could be constructed without great dillleulty or heavy grades through what the natives call "low pass," probably the Social pass. Prom this ime In the valley ot the White river to a point wehwo It empties Into the Yukon, oft me m&m 01 ine kiohiuks gold fields. f A l)rlrui'llr Himil. Vienna, Aug. 4. The danger of seri ous floods here Is averted, m the water Is boglnnlrg to subside, but It Is still necessary take nil poeelblo precau tions. The record of futal casualties from the province aro iiiimI deplorable. Klgbty-llve persons have been drowned at Bella, between Isahl and Iusson, and ten at Jungbuoh, whllo nearly 100 iwsqns ure missing, most of them sup posed to be drowned. At Johnnnlsbad, Ilohemla, there have been seventeen fatalities. &'li) t'oiiillllon. Nashville, Tenii., Aug. 4. Commis sioner ot Agriculture Hssary report crop conditions in Tennessee ending with July as follows: Wheat, enormous yield, quality excellent; oau. outlook encouraging, caused by recent rains; '"lilt potatoes. 75 per cent of an aver age crop: corn doing well and a huge crop will be about two-thirds of an average onvi tobarro. nop will be very short. A I.lsht Vot. Dallas, Tex., Aug. 4.A general elec tion was held In Texas yesterday to vole on three amendments to the son stltullon. The Indications nro thnt nil three amendments havo been defeated. As far as heard from all three amendments are defeated In tho fol lowing counties: Johnson, Navarro, Hastland, Comanche, Rains, Clay, Stephens, Denton, Callahan, Husk, Upshur. Collin, Taylor. Armstrong, Howard and MoIonnnn. They carried In tho counties of El Paso, Ward. Howie. Gregg, Galveston and Urnyson. The absolute Inch nf general Inter est Is shown In the light voto. Election returns received up to 2 a. in. cover 200 points In tho state nnd show a total vote as follows: Por tho Irrigation umendment 14, 48(1, against the Irrigation amend ment 22.418. Por tho validating bond amendment 1C.S07, against the validating bond ninendment 18.738. ' Por the railroad bond amendment 0532, against the rallrond bond amend ment 21,078. A PROCLAMATION. Th lluvfrunr (JiiNrrtntliiM AeIdI 8l nlli' l'f?r In Cntllis Austin. Tex., Aug. 4. Tho oxeoutlvo yostorday Issued the following procla mation : Whereas, tho live stock saullnry commission of tho stato ot Toxas on tho 23d day of July, A. D. 1807. passed tho following order: "Tho live stock sanitary commis sion ot tho stato of Toxas havo bean rollably Informed that cattlo In Hob orts county, Texas, are now Infected with southern or splenetic fever and arc liable to communicate said fever to cattlo In other counties If removed therefrom. It Is thcroforo tho order ot tho llvo stock sanitary commission ot tho stato ot Texas that hereafter It nhnll bo unlawful for any cattlo to bo moved, shipped, drlvon or trans, ported from or out ot Roberts county, Toxas, until tho 1st day of October, 11197, except cattlo thnt may bo shipped from Miami tor Immediate slaughter, und that any violation ot this order shall bo ptinlshablo as Is provided by law, and we nsk your excellency to Isstio your proclamation promulgating this ordor." Now, therefore. I, C. A. Culberson, governor of tho stato of Toxas, b vlr tuo of tho authority vested In mo by chapter 7. tltln 102, ot the revised stnttitea of Texas ot 1H9S. do hereby deeluro that the quarantine order set forth above shall be In full forco and affect from and after the 2nd day ot August, A. D. 1897. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and "caused tho seal of stato to be alllxed at tho city of Austin, this 2nd day ot August, A. I). 1807. C. A. CULHRP.BON, Governor of Texas. Hy tho governor: J. Vv MADDWN, soorctary ot stato. 1.1 :A SAD ACCIDENT. A Vfelt Known I'hmlrUn KIIUil In Ituiiw4r, Hhormun, Tex., Auk. I.Dr. J. H. Russell, n woll known citizen resid ing at Old Mantua, Grayson county, Is dead, und under circumstances show ing he must have had 11 frightful ex perience preceding the unconscious condition In which he wan found. About 8:30 o'clock Monday evening parties ut the Cooper farm, near Man. tau, saw him pass that place riding In a nno-horse road cart or gig. It was fully an hour after this thnt he was found In a terrible condition near tho old Jones plaee, some two or three miles from the cooper farm. Ills tttomnoh and chest wero tightly wedged- nnd securely fastened between the bed of the vehicle nnd the wheel. Ills head and shoulders woro touch ing the ground and he was apparently dead. It wns nejcMsary to remove the wheel before hie body could be extri cated. An examination made ot his hurts showed his head and shoulders to be badly out and bruised and there were evldenees nt his having been dragged tor some distance. Hiitiicit for I.lfa. aorogetown, Tex., Aug. 4. Jay Ow ins, charged with a crime, his 12-yonr-old daughter being tho victim, was fotlnd guilty In tho district court yes terday ami given a lite sentoneo In the penitentiary. The ease was tried two years ago, resulting In a death pen alty, but was reversed by the court ot ippeals. Defendant's counsel will again lppeal tho case. Oen. Moseley, eonimander-In-cblet ot the Hrltlsu army. Is seriously III It is rumored that the steamer Dauntless Is fixing to leave on another filibustering expedition A PBARFUt, DHATH. .1 Mart Trnlnrr tlrlnki m Dusilly ration Waco. Texas, Aug. 8. The Inquest completed Sunday by Justice Harlo In' the matter of the remarkable death; by poisoning of Robert Lnrklns, tho horse trainer, brought out tho fat '.hat' ftlff fntflt ilnu ti-fM altnttl Slf n tilnftf of alcohol obtained by distilling U11 flp of wood. The fluid was kept nt tho raco track of the Waco and Mc Lennan County Turf Association for Use during races principally. The practice with grooms Is to put a small portion ot It in tho water they iio to mop off tho steaming horsos, Jiist from a race. Lnrkln, who spent .his llfo and died among raco horses, knew the fluid woll and had often used it In restoring horses by apply ing It outwardly. Tho testimony of the stablo boys, taken boforo Justice Karle. shows that no was warned when ho waa about to Imblbo tho stuff that It would result fatally. Ho repllod as ho held tho bot tle In his hand: "Oh. I will bo here In tho morning all right!" The medical experts say that the fluid tarklns drank Is olllolally known as methyl alcohol. Some of the ex ports called It "mcthol carblnol." It Is In common use for making Iodine, arnica and other tinctures. Us line inflammable qualities c isos Its use in spirit lamps and the Jewelers use It as a cleanser for watch works. As a bovorngo It Is unknown, for tho smallest quantity, however much diluted, produces disagreeable results taken Internally. Lnrklns drank It straight nnd Its effect was horrible. It honey-combed bis Hps and throat and cntiicd his muscles to draw up In knots. The effect wns not unlike the symp toms observed In strychnlno victims. As far bb known hero it Is tho first death from the uo ot methyl alcohol reported In Toxas. Tho remains of Robert Lnrklns woro Interred Sunday, several prominent turfman ottondlng tho funeral. Ho was known as "Hcd Hob" on tho raco track, tho namo growing out ot the fact that his hnlr and raoustacho were red. Ho was n great horso trainer and leaves letters bearing testimony to his proficiency from somo of tho 11101 1 fa mous horso owners In tho world. COTTON SEED CRUSHERS. tlirf lllii Tblr Third Annnwl OanTsn- llon nt IItf li)ii. Gnlvoston, Tex., Aug. 3. Tho Texas Cotton seed Crushers' Association hold tholr third nnnunl convention In this city yostorday. Those In atteudnuco pronounce It tho most onthuslastle mooting held slnro its organization. Ovor 7B per cent of the mills ot Texas wero represented by porsnn or proxy. Upon convening the president, II. I Scales of Corslcana, delivered his an nual uddreas, In which ho called atten tion to attempted legislation that Is Inimical to tho Intorosts ot tho seed crushers. Ho referred with particular emphasis to tho attack upon oleomar garlno and suggestod that 111IJI men should take steps to counteract such legislation. Mr. Krwln, as temporary chairman In tho absenco of President Scalo, In troduced Mr. Hector D. Lane ot Ala bama. Ho explained to Mr. Lane that Inasmuch as cotton was Ing, cotton seed wns queen, and that the caro nnd fostering protcctlonot King Cotton was absolutely essentlaf. benefitting first tho planter and thou oil mill men by throwing tho weight of tholr Influence against tho curtailment of the uses to which cotton seed oil Is cndoavorlng to make itself a necessity front Its pu rity and wholocomeuoss as a food prod uct In oleomargarine and butteriue. Mr. Lune eloquently addressed the convention, pledging his sympathy and aid as a cotton planter, Interested In the promotion ot all the material In terests of cotton planting. The meeting closed Its session by electing by oeelamatlon the following officers: H. L. Bcalee of Corefeana. president; It. I- Heflln ot Galveston, rlee-preeltlent: Marlon Saiuum at Al vurado, treasurer; Robert Gtbeeu ot Dallas, seer clary. oiiiiu Hurt ir mi iiiiu.ioii. Denlson. Tex., Aug. 3 The 2-year-old daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Halllssee. living nt 314 liost Sears street, was severely burned Sunday night by the explosion ot a gasoline itovc. The stove had been lighted late In the afternoon to warm lunoh, nnd the little one was playing around It when in some Inexplicable manner It exploded and throw burning gasoline on the ohlld's clothing. Igniting It. Mrs. Halllssee rushed to the reseue ot the little one and by cool Judgment Htvod her from Immediate death, llor :!othoj were in flames when the moth r grabbed her, and by wrapping her dress around the rblld succeeded In mothering them. The child was jurned about the waltt breast and aek. on both arms aud quite badly oiut iIih head and fac tfuu u lu a try i ritual loudltKm ll!!!l'l!i!Il!nnini!l!ll!!l!niHifliil?lll!l!l!lll!!!linillin!n!ni ?? mint mrtinitmt ah t ti i n a I 1 1 1 . i.vi.fiiiifiAt rTJMIIIIIIIlllllllll II 1 1 III I II HI II I II rsiuuiuiuiiuuiuiiuuiutuUUCUiUIUIUtUIUIUUUtUUUUUU It was in the middle of the dry sea son and the night had been Intolerably warm, but by stretching my hammock, on the veranda, which faced the Ho qucllo river, I managed to gain a fow hours of rest. It could hardly bo call ed sleep. With the sun enme rolling up from the waste of salt lagoons cloud upon cloud ot noisome vapor hoavy with tho poison Unit makes llfo In Sierra Lcono nn uncertain problem nnd has properly obtained for tho spot tho term "tho whlto mnn's grave." I ordered my boy to propnro breakfast and then, taking up my book, slipped Into a Madeira chair and had read but a fow lines when my attention was di verted from It by the regular tnp, tap. tap of a distant drum evidently mark ing n step. The sound enmo nearer nnd nearer, until suddenly only a doz en rods from my hungnlow without a grove of coco palms emerged n black-vlsagcd sergeant ot tho natlvn troops. Hy his sldo walked tho drum mer, nnd Immediately hack ot them camo three men nbronst. Two of those wore uniformed In the garrison tunic, trousers nnd fez, their arms at esrry; two platoons similarly attired followed In close ranks, whllo nn Kng l'.sh ofllcer brought up tho renr. The mnn In tho mlddlo particularly nttraetcd my attention by his strange garb, nnd ns tho company passed with in flvo yards of mo I readily distin guished the prisoner, for prisoner he was, an an Imporrl. ono ot n fanntloal sect of nntlves whose porslstont prac tleo ot cannibalism the colonial police had ondenvored for yearn to suppress. As I had been In tho Interior tor sev eral months nnd hnd but Intely return ed to the count I hnstonod to Inform myself ot tho meaning ot this nnto breakfast procession. SCHNK DURING AN HXI5CUTION IN DAKKH3T APItlf . (Prom a Photo.) It appeared that tho Imporrl tribe, whoso habitat Is loss than twonty tulles from the Boat ot tho colonial govern ment, Blorra Iione, on tho west const of Africa, where a protonso of civiliza tion hns been maintained for moro than a century, had very recently been detected Jn another man hunt, caught red-handed lu fact with the remnants or their horrid feast scattered on ovory side. The prisoner whom I had seen but a few minutes before had been ad judged guilty of participating In the offense, and tho death penalty wns about to bo Inflicted by hanging. Tho Afrloan. with his usual disre gard for tho lives of his fallows, when not closely wnlchod by superior olll com. Is not in the habit of taking prisoners. The trouble ot feeding nnd guarding them Is too great. Hut one meek old gentleman who was caught lu the net of grilling a tibia over a slow fire, preparatory -to disposing of It, wan knoeked over by the flat of a sword wielded by a white officer, and on regaining consciousness was bound hand and foot and unceremoniously lugged down to the coast lu common with a quantity of loot. He was promptly convicted In the colonial court ot onnnlballsm, and 1 had arrived Just In time to witness the closing seene. Tho townspeople were swarming toward tho gallows, whleh had been erected contiguous to the banks ot the river, and following thorn I secured a plaee close to tho old Im porrl and arranged my oamera for a few shots. The condemned man was not nt all ferocious In his appearanoe. On the contrary, his countenance was strangely gentle and calm, nnd the long white gown that enshrouded his body, hanging trom the neak, gave him quite a patriarchal aspect. The better class nt the Sierra Leon ese did not attend the ceremony, but hundreds of Krunien. Mendh. Tlm nls and Poulahs arrayed In ssmi-clvll-Ized drees, laughing. Jostling one an other and calling derisively to the principal in the tragedy mado up a ill' 1 r 1 in 1 1 1 rw . 11 III II I III It nil 11 III in niiiiiitinSS I motley assembly, such ns can bo neon only In the Zanzibar ot tho west roast where thirty different dialects may ha heard In the streota within a rnduis ot flvo miles, Tho Imporrl won permitted to speak for n few minutes, nnd this seemod to bring to the aurfaco all his dormant ferocity. Ho vented his opinion ot tho nuthorltlos, the spectators and his en emlen In general In unstinted lan gtmgo, accompanying each phrase by violent gestures, He told his hear ers thnt ho wan not loth to visit the land ot tho spirits, but ho assured them In a tirade ot abuse and Invective that ho would surely return to earth to haunt them and purstio them with his presence. It Is significant of devotees of eannlbnllsm thnt thoy nover admit tho practice, and so lu this Instance tho old mnn's lost words voiced his In dlgnnnt nnd oncrgotlo protest that ho wns guiltless. Tho moro timid ot tho onlookers beenme sltout when titer heard the throats, ns nil Africans stand In groat awe ot the dead and have Implicit faith In supernatural vis Rations. Then, ns the drum sounded a signal to the hangman's assistant, who was eon coal ml In the neighboring clump of trees, I turned nwny. Returning an hour later I saw tho oorpso ot the Im perrl resting on tho ground near the scaffold, minus tho right hand The heart hnd nlsn been removed nnd bur led 'with the amputated member lu a spot remote from that selected tor tlm burial ot tho body. This wns In strict accordance with tho nntlvo belief that It tho right hand nnd heart aro sep arated from tho body tho deceased Is thereby provontcd from rovlsltlng his former nbode or .from doing further mischief. This custom, nbhorrcnt as I: appears, Is rendered necessary by the native's Indifference to death, but ns this Indifference does not extend to the niutllntlon of his body Its effect la wholesome. OKO. K. P1H3NI II i:rfrrt of t'olTtn on llir Nrt. The Impression prnvulls In many minds that coffee Is extremely Injurious to the nerves and nlso to the liver How true tills may bo It Is not easy to decide. Normal constitutions do not. as a rulo. seem to find coffee In moderation In the least dsgreo Injurious. Dyspeptics may experience distress from Its use, but ac cording to some carefully conducted ex pertinents It Is quite ns likely to be tho sugar and cream In tho coffee, as the coffee Itself. Persons who have been In the habit of taking coffee prepared lu the ustinl fashion and have found It 10 disagree with them have tried black coffee without sugar or cream with most excellent results. Prom which it may appear that the caffeine may not Im so Injurious after all in deed, It has of late been used in lasiM of myoeiirtlltla with excellent effett Small dotea nf caffeine are recommend ed, and these at Intervals, the remedy being given steadily, then discontinued for a while. In this way the system does not become aeeustomed to mod Iclne and It Is not neeeasary to increaso the dose of the drug. HUrulsd unit llroko 'Kin. "A. D. invisible Hlevators," by whleh ti mnn might add four Inches to I.U stature, was the means by which a I,ondon swindler started lit to make his fortune. The elevators were pleej ot oork an Inch thlok pth In the heeln of shoes, which wero bought at 68 cents a dozen pairs and sold at $1.37 a pair. He hud made over $4,000 when armted. TUU Is Wonderful. A remarkable thing happeud to t.ne of the fotty-flve states last year The revenue of New Hampshire ex ceeded he expenditures by $150 W9.