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WU I) MUU.AMt, ruMUbir. EDDY M. An n masher tho steam roller Ik 4 success. A tltlo makes n little mnn great ami n rent man little. An old bachelor says a woman's ton guo Is nn organ without stops, The Rood polnti of n great many peo plo teem to have been broken off. Womnn'ii work li never donounlo the gets lume other woman to do It. It's better to neeept lomo statements lliati to timber hunllug up the proof. It's easy to convince tho plain wo man that handsome Is ni handsomo does. There should be mere leisure far men (if buslncM and more buslnws for mm of leisure. It Is only when n mnti dies that every one of his good qualities come to i ho surfneo. DEMISE OF SENATOR MORRILL The Venerable Vcrmontcr, After Speiulino Nearly Half a Century in Conjjrcss, Departs This Life at Capital. A man expects othor men to show hi wife rtnirtolw abroad thnl ho novor thinks of showing her at homo. War mlk In Franco Is largely for tho purpose of for not ting Droyfus, hut It may Mime day bring to Franco tho glory of getting whipped. A western university Is tenehlng the nit of getting married gracefully. What ilifj want In Chicago, however, Is the art of getting divorced In that way. Suggested by tho Chicago Tin is Herald that perhaps Justlro doi-m't understand the French langusgo. Thnl Isn't the trnuhle. The bandage over her eyes has slipped down to her mouth. l.lfe is made up of contrasts. In nil things they vividly affect us, nnd nro made to supply much both of our hap piness nnd wholoont dlclpllno. Sick ness Imparts an exquisite senintlon to returning health, which tho uniformly robust cannot kuow.sorrow gives hlrth to n Joy only tho afflicted enn torn: and long fear and anxious sus pense end In a rapture. In the hour of liope. All tho dnrkness, Indeed, of this world Is but to show off Its light; nil Its trnlllty to direct us to Almighty strength; nnd all Its short lived scones to prefigure what Is undying and o'.or-nal. .B"I Htnatar Hind, Washington, Dec. 21. Hon Justin II, Morrill, the senior United States sena tor from Verm tit. died at 1:1 o'clock (his morning In the 80th year of his ago, after nn llluoss of less than a week. In the denth of Hon. J net In Hmlth Morrill the senate has lost Its se nior member In point of service nud lis oldest In age. He had served con tinuously In the senate for more than thtrty-ono year nnd his congrsslonnl servlco had been continuous, covering in tho senate and house combined al most forty-four years. Mr. Morrill waa a native of Vermont. Ik whs first elected n member of the thirty-fourth congress, taking his sent In March, lfies. nud In 1807 wna elected to the senate Ills preeont term would not have expired until 1PM. Previous 'to entering congrcaa Mr. Morrill had been engaged In mercantile nnd agricultural pursuits nnd much of his public llfo linn been devoted to tho uplifting of Interests dependent tip on these lines of business. It was nt tho beginning of tho war thut Mr. Morrill's practical business trutnlng first brought lilin forward as a man of national reputation. He wna tho author of the Morrill tnrlff net of 1601, which was the basis of all tariff legislation of war times. In 1801 he became chairman of the committee on wnya nnd means, the principal commit- Troojn nfit Oil. Chicago, 111., Dee. S8. A spetlal ! from Havana says: Tho American troop were flrdl en in Havana lata night. The whole oily Is In nn uproar and serious rioting li threatened. A detail of company M. tenth regi ment. United States Infantry, whtlt quelling n riot which broke out ot llomlmy street, wns fired upon. The regiment returned tho lire nni sent volley after volley Into the rrewi of rioters ns they fled out of the street Two Spanish sailors were wounded ant n Spanish murine was killed by tin Americans. A number of othor pirsoni whose names could not be secured wen nlao wounded In the melco, whlc) caused tho Interference of the Amerl can troops. Three Cubans wore fn(ntl) wounded. Several Spaniards who wen carried nwny by friends were wounded but It Is not known how seriously Nona of tho American soldiers wen wounded. In tho small rluts that occurred It various parts of the oily twelve per sons were wounded, several fstnlly. A Spanish noldler. mnrchlng with till sc-UTimrtN HtfWsv Oliver Grlgcs wns Instn! Belhin, Ala., by touching wlro. T. II. Mltstoad, n flacru b-lte and Ohio railway, wits killed at a Ala. If i . w .... l, Ul 1 ally killed iA i live electric n on the Mo- Treaty rreiinleil. Washington, Dee. 6. President McKlnle received from the Amerl catt peace commfiston Haturday tho treaty ot peace betvesn the Unltwl Wtci and Spain. In presenting this momentous document Judge Day, nn xmairmnn or tho commission, said it crossing near Tueenloosn; rcprMentca the earnest error s of tho) At VomUynm, K. ..mnvn.i (ciiictuuuiiui nv iirm nun ,. urn , tl.Hl.. -ll I ,. .11. I!."1! 1! " 'ubm!U9di w'thlh0 hPa pttlo over n name of card Iluller wni !52n .T . ?n 1 , ,,MV"ot through the bronit. (- credit, nnd glory of the American nn- , ' ,,.,, tlon. Accepting the trenly from tho Wllllntn Illlea was shot hnd killed by hnnds of Judge Day. th president re- Klhrnnl MMillgnn near IMrfe Muff, Ark., sponded with heartfelt thnnka and ron-i ln n cnnrnversy over hogs, grntulatlons to tho commission as a nr- n- Mndrny, r.gcd 76 yenw, o body and tho members Individually, former well-known cduunlor of Ala Ho i pcko t( all that had been nocom-' bimn, died nt Dcculur. pllshod and of tho happy method by. While under tho Influence Of an whloh dlflcult Questions had been ad- eplb-itle fit the little daughter of Dr. Justed. Tho formal ceromony of do- Howard Dloklnson, living near Tom Hvirlng tho treaty to tho prosldont oc- broke, Ky., foil In n, flro In n grate curred In tho blue room nnd lasted J and wns so badly burned that death half on hour. Tho commission arrived soon followed. here from Now York on n speolal train at :20 p. m. A great crowd of holldny excursionists filled the railroad station and In order to nvold tho Jam the spe cial was run on n side-track, where tho officials had an opportunity to loave tho train before it. ontorcd tho de pot. Chief Clerk Michaels ot tho stnto de partment was on hand as tho repre sentative of flcarotary Hay and quite a number of officials from tho state, war and navy department, as well ns friends and relatives wero thoro to greet them. As they atepped from tho train there waa genrenl handshaking and congratulations and then tho pnrty wns escorted to carriages and driven directly to the white house. It wns no- Rheumati Is earned by acid In tho blooJ. Birtapanua ntuirsiiMouiii acid si tho great medicine which has cared uuicn, niiu iuu mux nniuuemir will sirs jrss Us? rt-nt t yea smsi Sara ps Is America's Greatest Medicine, 13 1'rfpsrcd by C. I. Hood & Co., tow! Hood's Hood's Plllo euro sick nisdM&e. llMllKll NiMH I'rUrl. Trow the Innd of Tell tho toll Interesting fmt Is reported Qui cently there wna n communal s frstlvnl nt Attlnghausen, Cnnod The llttlo communo counts nb Inhabitants, ot whom 184 well i In tho use of rifles. Ot theso i less (linn forty-eight are men! tho fair sex, and on tho occailoil mentioned several women wool while their husbands did not. grand price. CO points, tell to n m old girl, voting Catherine W'i daughter of nMlhlaa Wlrsch, who! his nppoaranro nt tho stand wllul dnuglitcts nnd soven sons, whs them, gained nine prizes. romnnnv In Ihn whnrf nl(,itn.,ln.l l. I pull down Cuban nnd an Amerlrnr ! 1 "d Uml D 3"Ag0, "ndhl8 M" flag waving over the door nt 108 8a: ' cln1,c' T V. h lrn'n ' .hey Bre Laxnro street. This started the fight , n"","n"8rc'1 nf ort ri.o Rn.ninwi. -,. n. .... , ... ' Bso or documents, llut Hon. John 1). - "SV IHVH lll aitJiu mi house lojw and windows. Tuoy r' turned the fire, riddling the front o the buildings with bullets. Tin soldle tec of tho house, nnd at that critical who uemlted to tuko down the flagi time of especial Importance , ,hc ()f R ,imM mi After entering tho sennto Mr. Morrill mUy j(lrriJ, The gmlU ,oW, ttmtlnucd to Ue his attention largtly withdrew, cnrrvlm- ii,nir . -r'-'W mijiii vu VWlll to financial and commercial iiieatlons nnd during the gronter jmrt ot this term of servlco he was Identified as a member of the committee on (Insure, which committee deals especially with these subjects. He first became chair man of this committee In 1877. succeed ing Seuntor Khnrmnn when the latter rades. Vuitlirrti I'iIiki, ,a, New Orleans, l Dec. as. Tin Southern lWuentlonnl aiMoclntlnn composed of the lending educators ol all the southern h.atos. met In annual yes' Wordsworth's npostropho to duty, Stern daughter of tho Voice of Cod!" Is made ilenr by n remark of Admiral Sampson, quoted by Mr. I. N. Hollls, In his essay, "Tho Navy In tho Wnr with Spain." published In the Novem ber Atlantic. "In a coiuusntlon last fnll.' wrltoa Mr. Hollls, "I .'tggwtcd n method of Increasing tho pay of olll rifs ns an Inducement for continued gnd service and study, nnd the ad miral said, 'No. that won't do. The wrd Inducement d. You will get the best work out of officers from a high senso of duty, and not othor- I ViIhp' " No Increase of pay, nor pros- j pd t n price-money would have been nn "inducement" to Homers ami his new, nlneiy-fuur yeara ago, to sacri fice tlieinmlves In an effort to destroy the Trlpolltau fleet. Tho dtod of Hob n.n and his men. and that of ('.id' Ton i ll. In waiting close under the terdny evening were largely preilmln my. After an luvncntlou t)y nev. II. ,M I'alwer, Hlato Huperliitendout J. V. Cnlhoun, on behalf of tho governor ol the state, delivered nn addreta of wel come, followed by Mayor I'lower nud by the prwldout of the city school board. Tim response on behnlt of the oxthnnges, fonveutlon liere roslerdnv Timr n entered the cabinet ot President Hayes, ; nbnut 100 mombcre In nttendnncc. nnu 110111 mm pomuoo rmiuuiMiiini nn- 1 Tnf pniccctllngs of tho meeting er wuii uivtn except uiiriug ino loiry slxth nnd fifty-third congresses, when tho Democratic pnrty controlled the senate, nnd during those Intervals he continued nt the head of the Republi can representation on the committee. He had at his fingers' ends n wealth of Information concerning Hie tariff find financial questions, which wore always useful In tho elucidation of problems then under consideration. During his long career Mr. Morrill gave lit attention to many qtiMtlona nnd no man In public life waa more given than ho to taking up a subject nnd holding onto It through years ami years until consummated. II wni the father of the scheme for the construc tion of n building for the rongreasian ul library, and to him nnd Voorhse. who oarly Joined Mooro, late assistant secretary ot stnto and legnl adviser of tho commission, carried with him n huge leather caso. This caso novnr left Mr. Mooro's hands, for In It wna tho poaco treaty, which tho communion was homing to tho president. Tour ot tho commission ers -Day, Hold, Davis and I-'ryo took the first carriage, to tho whlto houso nnd soon thereafter Senator Cray, tho remaining commissioner, followed with Mr. Moore and tho precious leather case. The ladles of tho party nlso pro ceeded to tho whlto houso and Joined tho commissioners ns they went before tbo president. Secrctnry Hay was with tho presi dent whon U10 party arrived nt tho whltehousc. Tho first grcotlng was quite formal, tho president coining to the prlvnto vestibule which lends to tho several drawing-rooms. Judge Day was. the first to grasp tho president's hand nnd then followed tho porsonnl Tho president romnrked on vlsltois was mud by Prof. .Ionian ol the Arkansas Industrial university. ('ol. W. II. I. iimn read n beautiful lyric, written for the occasion by Mary Ashley Townsand. President Qeorge tho vlgoroun honllh ot nil the mem bers. In the mcnntlmo Mr. Mooro nnd his precious Img had arrived In tho outer corridor. Ilefore going lusldo Mr, Moort opened the case nnd took from The Commercial lcaguo ot Fort Smith, Ark., has Invited President Mc Klntey to Melt that city, M. Smith, a blind man, Iced 26, li charged with killing his brother, Wil liam, 17 yeara old, with a bludgeon, near Ularksvllle, Tcnn. ln n battle with moonshiners In thi wlldn of Knott county, Kentucky, rov tcnuo ofllcerc hilled thrco nnd esoaped unhurt. Privates Donnelly and Adams ot the second and Kills ot the first Missis sippi regiments died nt Columbia, Tonn., ot monlngltls. Tho Augusta nnd Kntcrprlco cotton factories of Auguttn, Oa., lrnvo closed ( B ,U nrcit nnd deliberately donw, resulting In 3000 persons being uncomfortable as he possibly ItironiliUrnl Mn. "Mu nro such horrid, lnconnj creatures," she exclaimed on hi home from the thenter ' You couldn't take this hat oft without nine; the risk ot spoiling It "Well, nobody said anything "No; but actions speak louderj words. And ovory tlmo I glii around, the man behind mo was J Itmesey of Clinton. U., delivered an ' 11 I'10 trinity. In n morooco binding, address rntltled, "A Plea for More Uf- nuo"t 1,1 ' 'nW encyclopedia, fettlve OmMHlcHllon." Dr. I'rancls W. T"n Joining Senator Oray, thoy pro Shepiwrdscu of the I'nlvernlty ol Chi- ceoded together to the private vettl- bule, Mr. Moore carrying tho treaty cago delivered an elnboiate address on "The "otlal Element In History," Senator, which evoked considerable attention. him In He drew h striking contrast of tho Mnnn.11 naueriet 111 a sieam lanneii ut umcnl. Veiy near to his heart nlao . nrr bark th. Marrtmar's crew, were HM ,h, pMn for tht erection of a sts induced by hope ,f pecuniary re- Ur fr ,. ..M.r..... court. II. pressing this queetlon upon congress, social conditions existing during Wash- Is the splandld library buldling a tnon- I nut on time and the proeent, nnd shewed the 1 evolution aHlnst the aris tocratic In favor of tno democratic. v nrl or oven by the di-lre of proino- nverawed by n Moil rern.rs -.ere Ush h-hs of duly." 1 "tulmm. 1 had been pressing a tnssure looking to They were her I tho construction of such it building If a drawee accepts a draft and or Ur the bank to change It to his ae- ..nut would such a charge to the cus ti mer's account requlrs n stamp? AW In case a draft Is presented and iMnptiHl, which is duly stamped, and for many years nnd had on three dll- 1 ferent occasions prevailed upon the reiiato to iss his bill for this purpose. j His last HpiisarHnco In the senate wns nil the 10th Instant, when he made a 1 npeoeh of Itulf an hour's length In ad vocacy of the supreme court build lug bill. He nt Ike aatne time tire- i,uv Hi I- 11 l...i Mum. Chad ron, Nth.. Dee. 21. As a sequel to the court scene nt Hot Bprlnns, 8. D., last week, In which thirty-two eat tUmen wers acqnlttwl of hilling John Kkinan, n sheep border of IR It I rot count). S. U.. last August, a euvntead intniKwed ot the exonerated cattlemen lode up to the little cabin occupied by' under his nrm. Tho president stood nt tho further end of tho room while the party rang ed around him. Taking tho treaty, Judge Day addressed tho president In the mnnner already alluded to. Ills re marlm were qulto Informal nud Im promptu, brluf, dlgnllled nnd to tho point, assuring tho prIdeut of tho Kitlafactlon tho commission folt Hint his labors wero onded In such n way as to glvo promise ot the welfare ot tho country. After the president's re sponse, some tlmo wns spent In Inform al discussion of tho trip. thrown out of employment Tho 1.1-yenr-old daughter of Den Jor dan was burned to death near Pine niuff, Ark. Sho had been left nt home ut night alone, tjie houso wns destroyed by fire and sho was cremated. Rosa C. Smith, n member ot tho Ala bama railroad commission, has been appointed receiver ot tho Jasper, Ala. Land company. Wayzanskl ft Flsllman, proprietor! of tho New York store, one of tho lar gest dry goods establishments at Ctnrksvllle, Tcnn., have been closed by creditors. It Is claimed they will bo ablo to pay out. Will Purvis, tho Mlrslrslpplan, whe broke tho tops when going through n trap door when the sheriff wns ea duuvorlug to hnng him In Marlon county, Hint stnte, nnd niturwnrdi placed In tho penitentiary,, has been pardoned. 1 Prlvnto Murrldgo of the scond West Virginia wns shot nnd hilled by Private Jc;in Mnttl of tho two hundred and third New Yoik near Orconvlllo, 8. O. Murrldgo fired twice nt MalMl and the latter returned tho fire. the circuit nnd county clerks of Ar kansas held their 1S9S session at Lit tle Itnck. J Mrs. Mnrthn Field, th southern Journalist, who for many jpars wroto over tho nom do plume ot "Catherine Cole," died nt Chlengo, whtro she had gono during Inst summer with the hope ot benefiting hor health. This lady was one of tho best known nowspspsr women In tho south. the hank of the aecsntar. nrtlne on- 1.. r general Instructions, paid it. or In i vn,,4, "I10" lh 10 " tb Wi rae ot n nolo, and charges tbe same ike face of some opposition. l the customer's account, should such n draft or note, nr tho charge made, require a stamp? Thtse two questions were recently sent to the commissioner 1 f Internsl rerenun for a ruling, ami In aimwer he says that If the accept-nn- of a draft Is accompanied by an enter to the bank to pay the same and thargc to the aeeount ot the draws, tuts arromtMnylNg order requires In ixMiuoii s-tni stamp as an order ir kl.. paymest of mosey. In esse of n ('.ink's psytag a note and charging ramr to account of the depositor no '1 1 1 ! 11 y tu stamp occurs thereby, un it 1 ..mi. wilttcn direction Is given I Hi. maker of tb note to tbe bank, w ' is in iff... t an order to the bank ,ti.o ainount of th note from tor credit of the maker of I kih'i nr.i.-r would require a I hi It Is nt the rharise by i Si p '.r s aimunt which i lite i rder HiiihoriilnK Ik'i sufb i barge. (Irrnt lliiiimift. City of Moxloo, Dec. U. The dnm- the deeiiuite family of the dead man. "n rtoM0 1,10 rec,nt lntlon In The leader kuockeil at the dor nnd cHne is grout una many piniiia j Mrs. Kkwan responded. Ilr face rew ! liont wero noorted. A singular feature To Senator Morrill orolwuly more pale and she trembled. "Mrs. Ilkmnn." "n011 "ni 11 w"" "um04, u than to any one elso wns tb present ! ssW the lender, "w have come to the '""""B ' Imnisttse watsr wske yon a little Christmas present. ,v,ml- we shot your husband, but It was In splendid endowment ot most of th slate agricultural college due. lis wns th author of the original bill giving aid to these eollenes from tbe procie's of the sales ot tb public lands, and he bait never rfud them tho encourage WHt of his assist line. II opposed th annexation of th Hawaiian Island to th last and Its was tinasfstooM to be averse to lbs smrctos of any sort of Amsrtcan sovsrtlgHty orsr th Philip pine. Mr. Morrill was nn Indsfnttgaut werksr, aw while not an orator he .ikt.ti niMjfulli, Mil fnMltklap Bail mum alwais IIsUhsiI to attsMUrsIr. HU ' ' h"Bld .l" lhe lHllM- lrt U'orllmnil rri-at age anil Ugh posUtaa cmhmiI lilm u" ""' eomnnny. to It unlversnlly sstssitieil by th oth .if iw 1. iZ .. I I-'' wis Bl0f lire Imprison, self-i efsns. We know you are with- BMl t u,tMl Tox., for kllllim Jtuw uui lunns. we wouni gladly reators ou your hueband, but that Is ImiKM- slble. mi we do the next best thing lv you means to support youmolt and children, if you nswl more, enll oh ! ns." sn4 he bended r a ling eontaln ( tag lto in it,..;. Th pthlnsinen twi lafir HBis, motiHta thslr hi and rode sway. How, hm brother, previously can vletsd as an neoumpllcs, uot thirty yonrs. dray nl Hum. Wilmington, Del., Doc. ICl.-Unltwl States Sonntor (Irny, one of tho peace commtssloneni, h&n nrrlved at home. Hc.snld that while he did not know the sentiment of tho peoplo on this fide ot tho Atlantic with reference to the treaty, nud had not cansultod his vi loaguns In tho sennto, It was his opin ion that the treaty would lie r stilled without doubt. When asl;d If be was fabornvlo to tho conditions ot th trenly, ho evaded n dlroet reply ty oay Ing: "Well, I signed It." Worth nml WorlliUn l "Yes, sir, that man across tho 0110 with tho silk had know how much ho Is wortl "Yes, nnd tho man right bel tno one with tho tin canl know how worthless ho Is.' THE EXCELLENCE OF SYRUF Is duo not only to tho crista! simplicity of tho combination! to tho raro nml skill with wll manufactured by lcntlflo known to the Camfoiinii. Fi Co. only, and wo wUrr to Impi nil tho Importanco ot purch truo nnd original remedy. genuine y rup or llgn Is mnnil by tho CAMroitNiA. Fia Bi only, n knowledge of that nsslat one In nvoldlnir the Imitations manufactured bye ties. Tho high standing- ot ronsu l"io Svitfi Co. with I oal profession, and tho sat wliluu tlio Rcuulno Rerun of I given to millions ot famlllci the name of tho Company n 1 ot tho cxoelleuco of Its rcmeij far in nilvamAJ of nil other II ns it aula on tho kidneys, 11 oowois wiinout lrrttntinff orl Inff them, anil It does not a imusunto. In order togct Its ij eiieoMi, piooso romcmber tho tun company-- CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUl SAN rilAMCISCO, "U 1-OriSTIM.E. Hi. EW Tl PECANS:; Jronlnisl . prcntaUlo 1 ' stamp for I m:xitY vvr.tt rKU, lumas 1 OPIUM srSSiiSi DALLAS FIRM! r'rcnl Hancock, on trial at lllso, Tex., for killing Itnhsrt Hell, the Inllroad ats-'tit nt that place, last fall, was given ton yearn. I'oilr VliKlHM. rhlladelplita. IHt., Dos. M. Klamrn loutwl four vleUw bre during tb 1 WlllintH Ilrsnttey. brothers, were shot llnlph Harris iwrrluuhsd at Ban An gslo, Tex., ot C. Anson 1M0 earning 3s nnd up cnttle for HO.sOO. llrnthfM Klt .l. Seobln, Miss.. Dec. M.-ThOHHUt and rhrtetmas period. Mrs. John fonl and kor Infant daughter wers bumd tt itnth at their hums In a nr caused by The Dallas Trmlnnl railway Is to lie H MPlMlon of nn oil lamp, and M.-j xindd to Port Worth and the name it members of th ssnnt ;ut 1 1 a fault com mission or BUa'.' Hl.BH it the op 11 all Mieir :ii a 1 1 ir . l n ir, L'a un 1 1 " ' 3 I f 1 (U a OuliMg for January Is number which carries th erous supply of IntsfosUng srtlfUe Illustration. V ts full of l)i merry sport and nnstline af b rasing winlr tfsys. "Mid-Winter Mndenps." 11 p-xhi by Ckaries Turner; "A Chrisx mas In Moosstsnd." bf Bd W. 8a4s. "A Inem slio t'srlnou Uunt." by Frank l. KUin. "Nw Ysnr's Iigy ut s Hudson's lty Pur Post," by W. Hlsldell raron. and ' Tlgwre itkst i'ig ' by J IC. Mltrhle. are a fw ot the r..irv sl features whlh lis re th tat' beaut; of the snow In them. CIHI wsr Is Imminent In ltallrln. bsSUtitUl ilHiHln III. gen-, WnjhliiBlnn. Dor. tl-Amlssntfor lest nnd ; ilomrro of Mexico is seriously III with apwswsiriiM at tils renldnv here. A Mary Cnyle. aged 70 years, met her death from n like cause. She fell I town stairs with a lighted lamp In her hand Mrs. MeNlehol, aged it. was ter ribly burned by lbs ujisettliig of an oil lamp nt her home, and diet). Hubanu Snlli, j San Francisco, Cat., Dec. 38. -Lieut. Richmond Pearson Habson has sailed for tho Philippines on the steamer consultation of physicians wns hold ,or ' """"m u" ,u" Inst nlnht but 11 wZ!,, , c will report to Admiral T a . "M ,B aWf,U UJewey on his arrival and will undor- -"-rmrafci m hm Me.xi iweive hours before dsterminlng whetlior or not an opera iion I rssrr. Consld- ernW anxfety 1 fell s tu the out- totne of the ambassador's Illness be- n,.Utf. 01 years, stfl bli frail iolii it utlou. take the work of raising and preparing for service tho vessels of Admiral Mon- ttjo which sutferiHl so severely under the attack of Admiral Dewey's squad ron. An Immense rrowd waa at the dock to witness his departure In ci ting through the throngs of people, who simply would not let Dim pau, nnd Instantly killed at linondal-. a awnll town on the Moulin and Ohio rand, by Uusne Dennis an lt-yr-otd boy. Th brothers, aroMpuit by thslr father, attempted to enter the store of Dennis. It Is said. Int.ndlai violence. IK tints' uuitttsr seised th nt 1 u of tho elder UrnMlcy nnd oum Dennis openeil fire on the Hraullvs. with the above result. The trouble i suld to linre been cauaid by liquor. Dr. John II. Hamilton. ex-surgen gonoml at the Pulled States inailae liHspltal service aNd for over a ar su pellntendont uf the Iwibois ssyljin fir tho Insane at Klgln. dltd in that city ot peritonitis. He wac known tar end wide as tho editor rf the Journal of the American Medical association snd possessed the largest private surgical library west ot the AHgnnslca. Many Texans have cenr to the holidays lu the bid stales. toead MAIISUR & TEBBETTS IMPLEl ll ICtJIJI H r 1A tc TtlAI I k null Id r.in juiiu l'loir Irit An uiVi "iMitn.sittim utrfii iff. m CuMuwrrt i tea rrijiektsf I...I.UI..I..I ti Urd HKCII IIOIIICU ur l-o,.r .i..d ll iMtel I' II Ai.Heiluu' . . (1.1 nn n u nun mil i 'sr noi uiu in nt uuibiuMi ry car INMittTeinlliukn U I 21 Willo IlilniUI smitiii I nuuUry, ! is, ir net Mtnna ll. If liel MtliSMt wtib four liaodtr 4 A iwnrtnBvn Itfluren raw ioi taun man at. IIAniCU itiro TiHinrbi .or i til iniiiii Kifmien . us ui hm4. FORT WORTH FIR nn s iininil nnrpi vn MANN N H N .531 ill v w i iiw "Hill 01.00 tr sir MmI titstlfBt taiil 505 Main St.. Ft. Worth, Tei. Rl irVI rnprfTiBicdWl''ilurVaJ DLAbKLtUiiuii'l rcrisis. AS 1'silJ Om. ritiwiiu ot v w iiuni stittAiv rs m. i-iiuuDn..iii. eiiiiiu ri Wi uattici soiuuivtstksisn sn4 rlai4 o-.pmjiiid in iri'D iJ nr Dri L Thsnsiss I ricuei 11 kisi uibi w "r""ir., fir i IMMilOlI 11 Woilfc, TW "J W. N. ti. DALLAS.- NO. B Vdcb Asmrisg Aduttlnmest Mtatloi TkU rcr.