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"Bay, thnt vm a mighty hftncst looking eld farmer." Mid the eman loafer, as the client went out. "Just the kind of good. whole-souled faee to invite confidence." MJmt what An I km been doing," the lawyer explained. "Ilo Is In to see About n little gold brisk trammitton ho wae drawn Into." Ir I often hmIom breeth In nrgwwont. to waste your fnil I-nlnr. He wan Just learning Krench, end when hln friend on mo In he Mid, of faring a rlmlr: "Asseyox-vous lol, mon "fet tne," enld the visitor. "But I dent' mind sitting down." And ho did. 1'and of III! "UncU." Mini Prank Oeorgo seems awfully fond of hi titielo. Mian ahnrpe How Ro? Miss Frank- Why. he's let him have hln wntoh, rhnln. stud nnd ring since I hnvo known him, nnd that's only a month. Win-pin Uflillh Party. I'rolmhly few have over heard of Keenly Ml tho girls glvo up their music when thoy marry. A Mrwus .tlnii't S-rrM. The -trcmaest men on enrth -nve thn necret of nto wonderful power In per- sueh n function ns n "whooping cough" feet tltswettoH. Itnatotter's ssiomneh ttnrtr. tint one wn Riven ft few even- Hitter mnkt digestion easy, nnd cures Inge ago by n prominent Now Yorker, all fldHplfllnU arising from n weak nnd It wnit n euceeee, too. Ho had nlotnach, euch as Indlgeetlon, bilious-' promised hln children n pnrty for new, liver ntid kidney aliments. A n little friends, hut tho whooping couth tonle It It mnrvtloos. ICverybody need broke out In hlH family nnd dbwppotnt- It at this time of the year. Candor and hypocrisy are strangers to one another. tneiit followed. Then tho neighborhood became Infected with tho disease, -mi a happy thought struck tho parents. They would hnvo tho party Just the nam, but nil of tho guosta must ho afflicted with tho whooping cough. None except with proper eredontlals waa Invited, nnd tho result wna n mer ry evening for tho llttlo BUfTerora, who found time to enjoy thomselvea be tween "roughs." Tho mnn Is not popular whoso "In tentions nrc good." Tho mom worthless tho man tho richer he mnrrles. QuUkMnds In life's Journey are oft en numerous. ifiiw'i fliU? W-nCerOne Handrail Datkirt Howard (nfMI ri.r of i mnrrti I tint i-ennot It eared by Hall t i HiHith i u,"-, j rlll:SKV&rp.. Toledo. V, tho uii(lnrlirn0, have Known P. J. fheiix tot ilw inn i itara, and lllo- htm l rfc llr hononrtil la All traalHeaa irajMaetloaa it oaiiaaiiira- BiaOo by tbrlr nrta. Tun lu, It. wm Ai hi'ax. Wtmltmala DmuiIiu, TnlwloO VAI.Iil"..lilfAN A MAHVIN.NIIoHWUItl HtVt- llall ('aiarrlt Cmr In tnkra Internally, artlnt nna mueoui KtirrenM ai An Excellent Combination. The pleasant method nnd beneficial effects of the well known remedy, tirtiur or Finn, manufactured by tho f ....n.... . t.,. d ' III........... uAi.uuii.iiA rut niiiii' vt., iiiunhiiiiu nan a i aiarm i iir in tho 1n nt tihtalnhmr Hin tlnulil Invn. dlrrpllv unnft Ihn Ulood nnd mueou Ml! tl.. .rl...lr.1. nl i,ln.,t l.nntvn n tx. ittfatnltflA. I "HHlOllll M)ll t f (. I'tUXt 7C medlolnnUy laxative nnd preaentlng ' nu .famli I'lfu art ta lt them In the form moat refroahlntf tiUhe . ",, Uate and acceptable to the ayatcirj. It A noisy iwrson around n home Is a is tho one perfect ntrengthenlng iuxn-. nuisance dispelling colds, headaches ntHl fMiiers tl)(lt w ouro eoitMiiunti.-Ajiuo M. jjently yet promptly nnd oncbllnono to orereomo habitual constipation per manently, llu perfect frocdom tfiom rer' objeotlouublo quality nnd iub etanee, nnd ita netlntr on tho Uldners, liver and bowols, without wonkeiilng or Irritating thorn, tnako it the Idoat laxative. ltof, AVIIIInuitert, l'o., Nov. Ill, '96. A houltliy child Keeps still a short lime only. Tim OrriliiB untie Ule Indian Ilrf rtnllnn Uy proclatnntlou of the l'rosldent of tho united utatos, tno uto inuinn rot A. R03IAN SCARF. Mtis MlnervaV knitting fell to tho floor, as, rising hastily, she ndjusted her spectacles and peered out of the window. Tho door lending Into tho kitchen was open nnd Hllxabeth Ann had seon Miss Minerva's agitation. "I wonder what It Is this time," she mutlored, as she poured hot water Into a pan, pre paratory to washing 4o dinner dishes. "Yes'm," sho nnswered In response to Miss Minerva's oxelted call of 'Hllx abeth Anttl" "That horrid clog from tho next place Is chasing I'stor. lUin nnd put the little beast out." As Hllxabeth Attn crossed the yard a Inrgo black cat, closely followed by a Scotch torrlsr, whisked past Iter and In at tho kltehon door. The dog waggxd Its tnll nnd frisked around Hllznboth Ann. "Oh, Klip, why do you worry poor old Peter so? Clo home, sir," sho said sevoroly. Tho terrier trotted utter her to n remote corner of tho yard, where he submissively crept through n gap In tho fence which separate.! Miss Mi nerva's property from the adjoining plnco. A man at work on tho other sldo threw down his hoe and crime up. Ilo wns tnll and spare and was clad In blue Joans trousers and checked shirt: "Klip trespnssln' again?" ho asked. "Ho wns chasln' 1'ctor," said Elis abeth Ann. "It was tho chickens this morning, Mr. Dobbs." "Koops you pretty busy, doesn't It? Hllxabeth Ann laughed. "I don't mind It, It's fun," sho said. "Sho alunys dltt set great store by I'etcr. hut Klip can't nbldo him. Still he wouldn't hurt tho critter." "Miss Mlnorvn doesn't llko dogs," said Hllxabeth Ann. laughing ngaln. Mr. Dobbs chuckled. "1 reckon It's moro tho dog's owner that she doosu't like," he snld. "I must go bnok." said Hllxabeth Ann. In a regretful tone. "Oood-by, for now, Mr. Dobbs." "Mighty Intereatln' child for only up In' 11, too," said Mr. Dobbs. reflective ly, stroking his grltzled banrd, as he looked nfter Hllxabeth. "Wonder what Mlnorvn Collins 'd say If she know mo and her Is such friends." As ho resumed his hoeing 'ill thoughts went hack to tho years when tho rolntlons between him nnd Ml"s In the proeeas of mnnufncturlnff flga rrvntlon In southorn Colorado will bo Minerva had not been In their pre n-o iuel, oa they nro plonsnut to the tasio. mil me mcmi'itiai rjuaiiueaoi tne remedy nro obtained from nonnn nnd other nroiimtlo plnnts, by n mothod known to tho r.M.troB.vtA Kto Bvitui1 Co. only. In order to get Its benoflclul offoeta ntnl to nrnld Imitation, plenso retnembarthe full name of the Company printed on the front of every package. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. 8AM mANCJBCO, OAU i.ou:svili.x. KY. nrw Yoiur. jr. Y. Vor ! by alt Urujgtttt. 1'rUe Wc. txr tiottle DEALERS aliouM carry complala lino of Spaldlng'o R5fS5iV Trade Marie &i Athletic S. supplies Atwaya a i3aiaa4 far Itaem. V.'rltd for cur eataloeuft A. a. aPALDiria & droo. Now York Chlcaco Donvar out strained condition; to that unlucky evening when n discussion arose ns ti tho proper modo of hnpttim. Ilo lm l contended that sprinkling wns ouHl clont, nnd Miss Mlnorvn had hold out for Immersion. That wns long beforo Rllxaheth Ann hnd como to llvo wlih hor mint. Mr. Dobbs had often to! J lior nbout tho quarrels, "And she's never taken nny notlco of tnn alnen. I trloil niion In mnttn It un. .','f Vf'KiAfiVtf cJ2j;'oa' i And It wns strange nbout that, too. ' All SniafUlt, HM . Ota.. . ,. ,nllliflll1w Itllvnlifilh Ann hnd wandered how ho lmd tried to make It up, but had not llkod to Mr. Vlni.inHnnttilr.ff flvrtin. I1SK, -i- - . i foro you camo back?" nsked Miss MI- A swoei oxpreesion covors many in.-, nervn wnen i.Mznliotli Ann went back onened far settlement at noon of May 4, 1S90. It comprises 000,000 acres of nrnblo mesa Inncl, which has long been considered tho most doilrnblo In tho elate. Kor freo pamphlets, giving romplcto Information, address H. K. Hooper, (loicral I'astonger Acont D. & 11. U. 11. It., Denvor, Colo. I Kcw moruiiia can pass a mirror with- lout looking Into It. I ItiiiHly Wlmt Vim Wiint. A hi r un Im.i i ja,t Heal tor a ! r t a ITWMirnHn p.- 1 tkam. mIi IIIihx. 1 Tito poor scribe la prone to nbuso tho pen ho uses. clal dofects. The llrat ITorrlplInn fnr ClillH nil Vevcr la a botllo of Uhovk h TAaTSCDM tin i.i, Tomiu II la limply Iren awl aulnleo iBntatlelMSform. Noovre aepay. 1'rlee.sM. Kverybody would ho perfect If every body oIko thought so. CATHAnTIC tfTr CANDY to hor Interrupted illflh wnihtnff. "Vac'lM nttaumeAil 1AlleiMlLAl. Itm vn ti fj ii Ui Ul JMIISHkLTVI.il , 1111 "Nasty llttlo blast!" ojaculatcd MUs i Minerva. When tho last dish had been plaeod , In the closet nnd tho kltehon put In ; spotless order, Hllxabeth Ann wont Into tho sitting-room. ! "If everything's dono you may hnvn tho afternoon to yourself," said Miss Minerva, who was now tranquilly knit jT XcuntsN. I V?i1lIiltMiM- (JURE r0UMSKL?y. t'f tlltf CJ for UaUklHl) luhtli.l. UtaiMtuvil irlUliwai tr ulrttl, if u t .uDibr-l I'a.altM, J Bl Mtri IU109. '' ar lwi. HI4 h urHVilaU, r iiol la altla wrii-. r iiina, r.MI4 im. rtuiiiii.it. IIIMU ftl Mi. it . Irtaiar -al iaaS W. N. U. DALLAS. - NO. 17-1000 Vbca AasKtrina AdMrlUtmtnts Meatlea Ibis I'sDer. KliJIy Ara Van llilng Altan'a roor-naaar It Is tho only euro for Swollen, Smarting, Hunting, Sweating Kcet, Corns and lluulons. Ask for Allen's Koot-Kose, n powdw o bp shaken Into (,lgi nntJ ji0or curiod uu on a cujh IMO Blioca. j nil uriiKHiaia miii auuv 0 nonr 10r StorOS, 26C. BnmplO SOnt KHKB. Ad- ti-nti.Mi Ann atnn.t n wl.ll- ii, dross, Allen S. Olmsted, Lcltoy, N. Y. . Hll"heth Ann stood n whllo look . . :-; -rv . Ing out of tho window. Sho wns un- Amodeetglrl lsndmlrodby thomost ,eclUol wh.,hw , (ltJWn , J depraved wretch. feneo nnd (nlk wth Mr ,)oUbs Qr gQ rindlay'a liya Mnlva Curat ' 0 tho nttlc, IlUt She SOW that It tore oyos In 3 dnysi chronlo enses In was beginning to rnln, nnd rsllectatl 90 days, or money book. All druggists, I that Mr. Dobbs would not contluuo or by mall, Sfie, twr box. ' 'melng, for ho hnd bson having rhett- t t ii.v,, lu-ni.,. Twn. '""HI" twlngos lately. So, with some the slltlng-room, went out of a sldo door. If Miss Minerva sn,w her with the scarf on, she would tell her not to ho fcollih, Miss Minerva was still knitting plac idly nnd Peter put red nt hor toot, when, chnnolng to glanco out of the window, sho beheld n sight which mado her suddenly sit up stiff nnd erect In her chair Mr. Dobbs crossing her ynrdt Ho camo with n lang, rapid strldo that In n few moments brought him to her sitting-room door, which ho opened after a warning knock. Miss Mlnorva turned hor stern gray oyos upon him In cold Inquiry. Ho held a gay-colored silk scarf In his hand, "Minerva, why didn't you send It bnok as I asked you. nnd then I'd 'n,' known nnd not wnltcd nnd wnltcd as I did for months?" bo nskod, reproach fully, ns ho looked alternately at tbo scarf and Miss Mlncrvn. Tho latter made no answer, nnd Mr. Dobbs went on: "Our not ngrcoln' on sprlnklln' or 'merslon mado no differ ence. When n man nsks n woman to marry him, ho naturally looks for an answor." Miss Mlnorva now found voice. "Jonathan Dobbs, will you tell me, what all this means?" sho asked, f-'g-idly. Ho held out tho scarf. "Why didn't you send It back, If yuu didn't want mo?" Mlis Mlnurvn stared nt him In ever growing nstonlshmont "I don't know what you nro talking about. Send II back? I never snw tho thing beforo." "Is thnt really so, Mlnorva?" he. nsked, eagerly. "It's not my habit to Ho," replied, Miss Mlnervn, Icily. "1'vo often had misgivings thnt the ro was sorao mistake. I never had tbe courage to ask you about it, for you know how you treated mo when we root. Turned away your head nnd" MIk Mlnorvn roio Impatiently. "Whnt nrc you tnlklng nbout? Vhnf hnvo I to do with that silk thing?" "Well, Mlnorva. I'll go over the whole thing. I s'poia you remember our nrgumont about baptlsln. I talked the way I did Just to toaso you, but you took It nil for oarnost. Now, I CASUALTIES. Nantucket, Mass. Klshlng schooner mien at Dovrrly, Capt. Hopkins, struck on Itoso nnd Crown shoals and oleven of tho crow of fourteen men were lost. Mlnden, Iowa. Fire starting from an unknown cause did 150,900 damage. Most of tho business portion of tho llttlo town was cleaned out. Chatham, N. n. Kour persons were burned to death In n flro at the North umberland county nlmhouse. I.lttlo Hook, Ark-Tho Llttlo Hook Oil nnd Kenning company and thn Au rora Manufacturing company, John J. McKcily, secretary nnd treasurer, woro destroyed by flro. Estimated lots. 10,000. Ills Kaplds, Mich. Klro almost de stroyed tho Crcsecnt Kurnlturo nnd Manufacturing company's building. Th lots nmuunts to fSO.000. Tho ori gin of the flro Is unknown. St. Louis, Mo. Hlovntors Nos. 1 nnd 3 of (he St. Louis Hay Hxohange were destroyed by flro, entailing a loss esti mated ut 960,000. San Krnnclseo, Cal. Whllo trying to rescuo her niece, Clara Woods, Miss Knthcrtno Wllllnms nnd tho llttlo girl wero both drowned In Lako Morcod. Virginia. 111. Tho Cnss county almshouse at Dlutt Springs was burned. Tho Inmates, four In numbor. oscnped without Injury. Loss, $5,000; Insurance, $3,200. Hlkhnrt. Ind. Flro destroyed D. C. & V. U. Godfrey's lumber yard. Loss, $20,000; Insurance $3,000. an Dlogo. Cnl. John 0. Shnnnon of I'ltuburg, l'n.. formerly United States district Judgo of Dakota, was sorlously hurt In n runawaj. Lal'orto. Ind, Qustave Rosobaum and Mr Trluoskl, while returning from a hunting expedition on n hand-car. were struck by tho fast train on the l'an-Hnndlo road and killed Instantly. Oiovllle, Cal. John D. Sims nnd Lcnthird Hale woro drowned at Shore liar on (he north side of Feather rlvor. They attempted to cross the stream In a canvas boat Sorrow makes us apprcclnto Joy nil tho mere. DetyourPenslon DOUBLE QUICK Writs CAPT, 0'PARP.CLL, Ptntlon Agint, tOSNaw YorkAvmui. WASHINGTON, D.C. Vedette Bicycles for 1890 Oar Owlalata fcleyc.ea ara alwaya riMdyte rlda Wonts th running swrtaVn eara ef Ifoli. Tnare U Kotata to aaunile or aell te elothUf. Tbe BweblBM ara ao iiMtrmlwt laal Iba txT!-gartaf ranaot be araf4 er twitted ittMlrr ttmlnt, wbifbaeroaatafor UMtraaxy klU-eltatWac awl ipUMU ruaalag MUt(M a4arall aeuliUoaa of ntis. Oajr Mr rkala nitaeta taatala nuay latproTamaaM aarertac dealt a, maeauiBltm. asd tatak. tke iss (tula olitaaMaa ara ika mm aa the UMtaleaa with Mm tts Vhaar11a(r. IUrtfoU aia ot utw Mttera, vo Iwhwt. araak-a.att eaawtraaitoa seal ate ttwstagfclf rsttaMe Is every retfHWt. As te ttva Vtdettei w, eatr aek yea M aaaar Ikew ltb uij ether aaaabtiuM eMalsablo at iMt prw. PRICnS: Cltalnleas, $735 Columbia Chain Models, $so Hnrt iotds, $33 Vedettes, $35 (inen'a)i $36 (ladles'). Ask any Columbia dealer (or Qatnloguo, Dooklots, Folderai etc or wilto to ub enclosing 2-cont stamp. POPE MANUFACTURING COAPANY, Hartford, Conn. TSt JrMtWIMIIU' 'V U,i' fcsMHWaVMMt e tt siM't U artit ut MMtfcwmt ti 1 lila U WalOft BaMlMOliM la fc4iat or tbortMaS aal itwiwiu ir laruui ut Mia unco iiwi.m m lift UVaiMMa aktra. as. guatts cl titlUa, lai. I regret, sho decided in fnvor of the nttlo, for, groat os wero tho charms I which tho latter plaoo had for her, , Mr. Dobbs' society possessed u I stronger attraction. He told hersueh Interesting stories nnd llttened to all I of her confidences so attentively, and ' he never told her not to be foolish, ns Miss Mlnorva had dono when sho 1 had ventured to commuuteate hor I thoughts to her. I "Don't get Into mischief." Miss Ml ' nerva called out as Hlliabeth Ann Isft I tho room. Thero wns an old-fashioned trunk of , odds and ends which Miss Minerva had told her she eould have to nlny wiin, proviueu "sue Kept them tidily." Hiirauetn Ann bad not yet explored to tho bottom of the trunk. 8he would do so today. There wore pieces of ribbons and lace, ends of embroidery, some bunches of artificial flowers and various other articles of cast-off fin ery. Under all. on the bottom of the trunk, something was folded In white tissue pspsr. Hlltabeth Ann opened it and n long Iloman striped silk scurf fell out In glistening folds. It wai oft and fine, nnd of beautiful color Ing; ths ends were deeply fringed Hllittboth Ann gave nn exclamation of delight. She had n passion for rich colors, and this was the most beaut! ful thing she had ever seen, Severe plainness of dress was a part of Miss Minerva's creed. Hllxabeth Ann smoothed out the soft f el ils again and ngaln. It would make such n lovely sash, she thought. Haw had her aunt ever thrown It aside? Ibe passed. It about her waist and tied It In a bow with loops that fell to the bottom of her skirt. A ray ut annllght Hashed through the attle window. Why, It had not ralmtd much, after all. She would run down to the orchard and see It Mr. Dobbs were out. She must show that scarf. Mr, Dobbs liked pretty thlnga. too. gn tbe crept quietly down atalrs. and. avoiding Will t'rove Samatlilng. Irish Ilarrlster (addressing the bench) Your honor, I shall first abso lutely provo to the jury that tho pris oner could not lmvo committed tho crime with which he Is charged. It that does not convince tho Jury, I shnll show thnt ho waa Insane when ho com mitted It, If that falls, I shall proVo an alibi. It Is surprising how good tho early cucumber tastes, All of ub nro very olovor In finding excuses. KIDNEY DISBAUB, Canted Hon. Iiy Inttrnat Catarrh, rrompily Cnrad by rrana, J. II. Caldwell, a promlneut member of the Louisiana State Legis lature, says tho following In regard to Po-ru-na for catarrh: "I have used Ko-rtt-nn for a number of years with the very best results for catarrhal diseases. I shall never be FOREIGN. QAVB AN UXCLAMATION OP DE LIGHT. had It in mind for n long tlmo to ask you n certain question, and a day or two after our misunderstanding I wns down to the city on business and saw a lot of silk things llko this In a shop window, and tho ladles was a-wcarln' thorn nround their nock., so I Just thought I'd buy one nnd send It to you nnd nt the same tlmo ask you that question. It wns tellln' you It you was wlllln' to be Mrs. Dobbs to wear It to meetln' the next Sunday, mid If not to send It baok. Ilut you didn't wear It to meetln' and you didn't sond It back." As Miss Mlnsrvn listened her storn fnco relaxed nnd a softened light shone In her eyes. Iltfuro Mr. Dobbs had fin ished, sho turned hor gnxo to the wlu dow and thero was a llttlo flush In hor cheeks. "I never had n note from you nnd I never saw that scurf before," she said quickly. "I sent thorn by tho hired man." "That was the summer Oousln Mot tle was with me. Llkoly I was out attd ho left them with her. You know what n scatter-brain site Is." Tho color had deepened In Mlsa Minerva's ohceks and thero was none of her accustomed se verity at manner. She looked down at the scarf In Mr. Dobb's hand. "Hut where did you got It now?" she asked, suddenly, "Hllxabeth Ann found It In your attle and " "Kllsabeth Ann!" repeated Miss Mi nerva. "Never mtml about her, (Mlnerva will you tabs 117 You knew tbe con ditions." "It Is n good quality of silk," she said, quietly. "Hut yeu know, Jona than, I'm too old to wear sush gay colors." Mr. Dobbs laughed eontentedly. "Please yourself, Minerva, so long as you take It." Una XianLli Victory, Only oneo In their history as a nation have tbe Spaulards aolileved n naval vletory. That was at the battle of Lepante, In UT1, when, with the aid of Venetians and Genoese, they annihil ated the Turk lth fleet. Kiplanallou. yule Willy l'apa, what Is an old. fashioned patriot! Papa Ho Is a ro tor who believes that a man who Is MRUlarly railed "Hoaest John" or Hill, ana so on. is really noueit. , tuts city, banged uerseif Home. The pepo received In nudl- ence IU.-Hev. P. J. Dounhtto, bishop of Wheeling, W. Vn. Mndi id. ICmlllo Caatolnr, tho dis tinguished republican statesman, was nut iWeated. but wns oleetod by n hui'slantliil majority. London. The proposal to partition the Kuinoaii Islands, snld to huvo been rtvm'd In tho Unltsd States, will be eru pted by tlormany only It no other solution Is possible lletlln Tho debnto on tho meat In sr.C(-tlon hill was continued In the releasing. Dr. Vlslhaben maintained that American canned meats nro bnd, and that Americans adulterate fooJ products onormously, Ix)tulon Sir Lambert Prloc, Hart, tho author and soldlor, Is doad. Madrid The cabinet has decided to r.c at auction the floating dock ut Havana. Purls It Is ngaln stated lntho pa pors that Ambassador Porter is to en ter the cabinet nnd that Whltolaw Hold Is to succeed him. Tho rumor Is donlcd nt the United States embassy. Alglors. Max Hegls, tho former mayor of Alglors, notorious Jew-bnltor nnd editor of tho Antl-Julf, was son tcnoed to four months' Imprisonment for Insulting tbo govornor-genoral of Algiers. Home. Tho Trlhuna asserls tltst the papal Internuncio at Tho Hague has been ordorcd to absent hlmsolf from tho city boforo the meeting of the peace conference on May 18. Hurlln It Is olllclally announced thnt tho Moutcngrln orown prince, Dnnllo Alexander, Is betrothed to Duchosa Augusta Charlottet Jutta or Merklctiburg-Htrnlltz. Athens Sovoro earthquakes hnve oc curred In Oreece. Many fiousos ool- lapsed nt (Inscounl and elsewhere but no fntnlltlcs havo been reported. Madrid. HI Corrco Hspanoln, tbo Cnrllst organ, line been suppressed on tho ground that It Is tho property of a Urltlsh subject. CniMB. Carthage, III. T. O. Clayton, agent far tho Wabash railroad at Howon for twolvo years, has disappeared. The oillee Is locked, awaiting tho arrival of ofllelals. Urnndford, Pa. Alexander M. Dean Is under nrrost, charged with embec zlomont. Ho- was manager for the Swift Hoot company, and his alleged shortage Is tatlmntod nt $1,S09. St, Louli, Mo. Walter Oray, aged 00, assistant bookkeeper In tbe United States sub-treasury, was arrested tor cmbetxlement. Oray admitted taking the money to get roetlleal attention tor his crippled child. Jackson, Miss. Sam Washington, a negro, was hanged nt Yasoo City for tho murder of a plantation manager named Coker. (lalneavlllo. Ala. Andrew Maek, a young farmer, shot his wife and then himself, both dying at the home of his father-ln-luw, W. L. Weir. Metamora, Mleli. The Orois Hoads Weekly oillee was sacked by unknown parties. Tho prosses, coses, etc., were hammered to ploea and the remnants toattred over tbe town. San Quentln, Cal. Manuel Chavec was hanged here tor the murder of a woman In southern California. Oshkoch, Wls.-Thomas L. Hmitb. sentenced to one year In tbe peniten tiary for forging, has been pardoned by the governor "te restore elltxeu sblp." as his sentence was nearly up. Kansas City, Mo. Santiago Worthy, the ulleged embexsler of $70,901, Is en his way to the City of Mexlto. Lafayette, Ind. Mrs. Luoy Johnson wife ef Kred Joanson, residing at Stoekwell. a small town Just south of No reauu Pnok is asalgucd fur the deed Itta. 3. n. Caldfftl!, without It. I never fall to recommend It when an opportunity proienta It solf." J, If. Caldwell, Itobcllne, I. Ollbort Hofcr, Grays, Ky., says In a letter dnted Mnrch 7th, 1S04: "I hnve ttsod four bottlos of Po-ru-na and I am well of my catarrh, nnd It cured my Ilrlght'a disease. I had been troublod for two years. I weigh twenty pounds moro than I did beforo I was taken sick. I shall novcr bo without Po-ru-na." Rend for frco cntnrrh book. Address Dr. Hnrtmnn, Columbus, O. Mosquitoes worry mon," whllo mlco brlghton women. Ilo Tour 2Tcet Arha and ItnrnT Rhako Into your shoes, Alton's Foot Haso, a powdor for tho foot. It makes tight or Now Shoes fed Hasy. Cures Corns, Uuntons, Swollen, Hot and Sweating Feet. At all Druggists and Shoo Stores, 25c. Samplo sent KURD. Address Allen S. Olmsted, LeHoy, N. Y. Tho former viceregal roeldonoo At Simla, which was almost n cottage, porcucd on tho summit of n precipitous crag, nnd which moved Lady Duffcrln, then Its occupant, to dcclaro tho houso was llko tho ark, bnlnnced on top of Mount Arnrnt. nnd thnt In tho rnlny noason alio fait llko Mrs. Noah, linn been greatly Imprnvod upon by the roe Idonco whero Lord Curzon nnd hln bcntttlful Amoricnn vlfo nro to pnsi tho next nix months. Tho vlccrogal summer palaco Is llko n hugo villa, nnd, sltuntcd nn what Is known nn Obser vatory Hill, nffords n mngnlflcont view of the surrounding country. It hns au porb gardens nnd tennis courts, though no golf links. Owing to tho hills, there Is llttlo lint ground at hi nun, nna ev erybody gets nbout on ponies, or In dandles, which nro chairs hung on bamboo poles. Tho first great stnto function at which Lady Curzon Is to nppcnr In nil tho glory of Worth nnd dlnmonds will bo on tho empress queen's birthday, on which occasion tho viceroy holds n great ctato lovco, standing on n sllvor throne ot ponder ous mngnlllocnco. IOWA PEOPLE OO TO CANADA Han Ilnya a Farui with l'roceada from Ttro-Tlilnli of One Crop. W. n. Mllburn, John Holmos, M. It. Daggor, K. U Stotson, ot Iluona Vista county, Iowa, report as follows ot tho Canadian North-West as to Us suit able v for farming, and tho advan tages it offers to tbo agricultural Im migrant from tho United States: "Wo camo here sololy to look up Im proved farms and, It suitable, to so lect such ns pleased us best. We havo not visited the homestead districts at all, though we believe them to be very Inviting. Our Inquiries havo been confined sololy to tbe district around Hartney. Deloralne and towards the Hourls Hlver In Mnnllobn. Our Im pressions ot all that region are In every way satisfactory, and we have decided to go baek to Iowa at onoe. nnd, having disposed ot our several Interests there, to return to Manitoba In tho month of March next, and, ef fecting our purchase ot Improved farms, which we find we can do at reasonable rates. Immediately begin farming. We nre greatly pleased with all that we hnve sen In that part of Western Caneda. The soil we find to be moro than equal to that of our own country for wheat-growing, and tbo other conditions ot climate, sshooU. markets, etc., are all that we could wish for. , , "To show what nn energetic man can do we mar mention that we found one sueb at liariney wno nau reniea n farm on shares, receiving two-thirds of the returns as his share ot the orop. When ho camo to sell his own produoo he found that his two-thirds, when converted into cash, was enough to buy tbo farm ho rented out and out. which he accordingly did. and Is now Its owner. It Is our Intention to Induce as many of our friends as pos sible, who are practical farmers, to re move from Iowa to this country, where we bcllove there Is a better future for the Industrious man than li now to be found anywhere on this continent Wo are well known In our part ot the state of Iowa, and we In vite correspondenee from Ita residents In all part Hh regard to this re. glon of Western Canada which we havo visited, and to which we Intend to return."