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THOS. CONLW, Editor. CRYSTAL 1ALLS, : MICHIGAN. Tlie News Condensed. Irr.pOrt-r.t r.!:!:.;2'-nC2 Frcm All F-.'t. DOMESTIC Charles W. Tl.ebo. of Kalisprl. Mont just returned from Alaska. a i thtre i JlO.O'.'O.iK j in puld dust in the hands of Klondike miters. The excharpes at the !endirp clear Inp houses in tbe United State eluricp the week ended on t lie IMh ivpprcpated $1,307,907.1'.). apaiust $l.l.S,M..4Jii the previous week, The increase compared xvitb the corrcsporeliEjj week of xva 22 0. There were 222 business failures in the I'mtrd States in the seven day ended on the lith. apninst 12.1 the w f ek previous and ?2$ in the corresponding period of lG. The repular irIon cf the cabinet wn devoteJ mostly to a t!iscuic;n of the financial eperatior. of the gov ernment. The p renter part of the busircs por tion of Writs pa, III., was destroyed by an Ir.cer.diary lire. Adam Ilnntran. ere of the hrpest landowners in Indiana, wa murdered rear Rrim field by burplirs and hi J.i red inpn was fatally hurt. Ir.tere bent in Chh-apo tauel tie death of C.eorpe Meat, a laborer, nrd three other ersnr. were prostrated. At I.o-ni M rt. ltd., (."furies Ward shot Laura Re t p fatr.lly nt! then srti liimv If thromrb the heart. At Robinson's eq-era bouse in Cirioln rati ti e bm: ecntral trtiM of the roof fell to the parquet with n crash ar-.d three per-.-i j wrre killed. I?, were se riously injured at d is many r:'.;:re were more or less 1 . m r t . IVu:p!a lb (to'ored) w:lyt ched rt a small i ttlemcrt on I' m on R.ira taria. l a., for rur.t.it 'p the quar.trtitie pa-th t. Rvnrpebr:! Cisr ero. who rtTtpr.l from a Cuban. pror.. I n '::r-ed a dec laration in New York of ir.tr r.tion to l-.f-otne n citizen of the Cr.ited State. The rohl export e'uiifi September flu, 'ed rrciratcd : to S;t.7k7 lb Mfr.h d tie itv evp'"" orts ir:d $:.- 4P.h'-lV Tic AtT.er:o?n nt its :;r : : vr.l ii Ter.r... rcel-ef.-d fJI.ortall. e f Chb John . F. in t nrrointed Unite. iat.. N.t t .b f 11:. States beer, v.l at (V- -ur.tr ( lopre, (ifr'":ii:v. Fee en ft ert in the I Y.) per, ite r t i.i ry h m c I er r- ad j ude di !, fat e a a e'irrct consequpr.ee of t he l.iek of occupation. Tern I'arkrr. a r.rirro. i: lynched by p mob near Ker da'.!. Ky.. for kiil-.nj; a nvhite cap who attacked hi hftne. The cot.dit-on of .:-r.c- t h roo 'h "ut the eo;:r.try i iid to be cr r.!ant!y ir;i-j-rrrin jr. The sill of I'iat Creek. Te-.n.. wa tlrtroved bv fro. lVnj.itr.ir. Ilieh. half hr rf t! c Tv rone froH:ill term, wa l.ii'.td in a foot ball j;ii::i' at Ib-!lword. P... A white trar. r av.ed Cde watvrched by n it. d near W lrr. Ark. for the ni'irder e f Uo::.?;tl.!e .Terr. .Monro r.o.ri th t ai d killed Wil liam Pierce r.nd fatal! y w oundc l Waiter Picr.-f at Mauiride, Ind. A family feud vr.s tic ciu;. Six pcrfr. were murdr re I by In dians e :i th? T:i k ii rivtr v.hiip o.t t!ir way to the Klondike. Tire in a bui'..!;; in New York eccu pied by Kitrpatrivk Uv. tuaneifacteir er of mirror. cat:e d a loss of The Central bote! in Iowa Hi'.!. Cab. xa n burned, and Wi'.'.i.im C .!don an ! William Owen perished in the r.nr.es. On the Tun an a river in A!..ka rt -!i utrikc e f !d have been ma-'e. M e river is entirely in American territory. An exploion in a canning factory in Adrian. Mich., killed William Pratt ami fatal!v Injured Thomas (Irw.t.cll and T.ert Kimball. The resident has appointed Ilupere Feeder, of C.'.de.ij'o. to b cor v.l ner-il of the United Stairs Rt Kio !c J a :.e i ro. llrail. In a eh:! nt Pow er i!!e. C,t., William I.imba (white) and Parker Amos (col ored) were I'cth killed. At P.iue Mill (.1 .ervat( ry in Maicliu tetts three kitrs Hew- to a height of 11. i 0 fert, breaking all prt ions records. Ujnj:e!iua Cineni. th.e Cuban p-r! xvho w as rescued fn m a llaat a prior. xvas jrtcn a public reception at 1Kb luonico in New York. The director e f the mint in hi annua! report ?as that the value rf the p'le! and tdhcr bars manufactured t th" mints nt;d a.iy of'.ees duri: the f. ', x car w as Ji'.l.oo.'.v," 1. The ninth statistical report of the Interstate eerunrree oemri :'.;. ti for the y e ar rr.eUel June " lk. sav s thut on that date there w rre in eq e ratir u wi the United State lkC,77 n.ile of rail x ay and that li ) roads wrre in the bands cf reeeivrrs. Nearly l.'.o em ployes were killed and a!:i.ot o-i iu jurcil during tlie year. The S.r i ( the American Kevolu tlons oral tlie Sons of the Ilevedution b.ave united under the name of the "Society of American Ilevolut ion. It is said that the jjreat Yukon valley, ssith Its wealth of (fold, will be made a separate territory under the name of Lincoln. William Daniel, one of tlie leader of the prohibition party nrd It candi date for the vice presidency in tvs4, died suddenly at hi home in Mount Wahir jrton, Md. Cd. J. T. S.harf. Chinese ir.poctor nt New York, has sent in his narra tion, dcrlarirr that the CMres pxeht nion set i a farce. The Ifcdmnn f rictlor-pe a red loeomo tlte in a trial on the South .If rey rail road rt Cape May made a tn; in 41 2-5 te.-nrde on the ftrM trial ard a n.ile in 42 ecoi.us in a second sp-art. G tRdpar A. Miller died of typhus R Iir V .n JV.iiie.'Uco. No other case of tyjhus has ever been known on the coast. The City bank nt Sherman. Tex., closed its doors w ith liabilities of CO.- All navigation upon the Y'ukon rier I now closed by an lee blockade. Sev eral vessel are frozen in. A team backed a carrinpe over n h'jrh batik i ear Ccquite City. Ore., and the wife cf Judjje J. II. Nuster was killed ard the jude u fatally injured. Up to the lwth J ers.nns have die d of y sdlovv fever in New Orleans and the dis eie continues to spread. Convicts in the ibeerside (Pa ) peni tentiary were found to be making bojjus half dollars. The annual report of the third nsMs' ant iostmavter frer.eral for the lat fiscal year shows that the total receipts were s'.C'..".-tC2 ; expense. Jt.077.2 12, K-avir.fr a d. licit of $11,411,771). The kchoor.er Silver Heels left New- York on what is believed to le a til. bus- i terii -.jr trip to Cuba. Purest tires l iar Au-tin. P.:., bur:. fj.iii.OwO ortli of timl -r. The total rs-Ti-tratu n of (ircater 2 en York i In a boxintr match at Lancaster, N. Y.. Ldvxard Veil struck Prank Kozevv&Li a blow- that killed him. Chickasaw Indians raided the tow a of Mill Cieik in Indian tctiitory. P.duard Stiver, a yout man at S: 1 ma. Ind., cracd by jealousy, killed him self by sl..M.-,!inj in the rcteucc of the jir! he Kitid. A. C. Deuel, .t.cd 7i, for 4il years su perintendent e f the public schools .f I'tbin.a, O.. was killed by a freight i f- ticrdon .lames Peverlcy. who hauled d w u the nit! fajrat Alexan.dria. Va.. at the time Col. llllsworth was shot. I.i'.lt .l him-!f at Aurora. Hi., wliit in sane. A w arshlp 1. :.' b . in sent to (lu iti : to protct Uiiitfl Stiit is lit io::. J Le seventeen t li ;i ru, of the A met io.iii Pi 'cratii will be heh! at N-ikhviiie, e-ot: i 1 :. i f b Ten a.. D. ce tuber li t.e t. A barn bii o ;;ir.jr toSivtrt IV r vv :. 1 urt e 1 near II..:. ..v P.ilS, Mi .!,,! fi.sir ti ii: j s wi re t rt n.;.u d. Tl e lit.'.: e f the U.'erton 4s.t I ii:.!. were (.l. -e i With l..b...t.s e f Piesid-i-i.t McKln!. v by w ill leave Wii,Vii; it :. f. r a ..-.it t.j C. :. ! Mrs. McK-r ti o, the 1'. ! r.ati ami P.tt- tie-::-e D if and ll.re.--y t ir M-n'.et ee f i r s!. ..Iir- i 1 cent : : t' l;:. :a Yi.-St rlV.:r 1 i:.' dth (;.,:: i. p. n. m. I'l-test llrts in Sat: Clair .Mijitie-r., Mil h d..ma-o. Tyb t. .Oil' . f i.. i h::: l hit i ; Lv Do, .Mr . If;. w ' t m i ::: Huron and St. v ere doi.nj re-; 1 1 Tl .s..- Is of r.crcs of tim! er land ici: ' eo -.ntrv in Payette an J tt counties, P. i., weio swe:it bv Th. t.o- :d AM.--ati' lie tail rs r:u t in I n.i: iii-oti and v. if-, hell. S. D.. bv ! ' .1 I w c ; J. p. sui.o frotu i :it Mi! 'i ho Tc:::!.-. sr.. i:!-:r..e j-sy lam at P.d- r w ii ib stt o ( d by tire. The l.exi: ;! h-. tci iu Cbicu.-Vi went t o the bands of a I e eiv e r vv itli ii i- biiitics of j , o. r.-S.-::a:cr J. hr. M. Palmer ha? take up t1..- ll.l.t fcr the a 't-iittr-t ee of ci otei children to the Alton (111.) pub' 1 i u I ; crs w r re t: re ; f r m Al: PErSCNAL AND FCLI7ICAL. Chntlrs A. Dai a. editor of the New Ye rk Sun. d.ed at l is home in idler. cove, L. I., ; red 7-5 v ear. Albert. ou S. Pu.h'oi h, who was twice I'l iti-.l States se: ator from Nibrasha. bed suddenly at Peatrice, ned o7 y car. Rev. Sam P. .Tore, the fried cvart pcllsf. celebrated his fiftieth birthday with a rotable catherirjr at hi home in Ciirtersvi'de, tbi. Pruf. N.b,t Sier. th bi t-know n rhreti.- !or.:t in America, ebed at bis ho-.ue in Prrohiyn. am.! Ml years. S irt'eoi. Coi, era! Newton L. Rate, rf the navy, the presl.b -r.t's family jhy s'cian. d.ed in Wa'l.ii ?of . Adndral .bd.ti I., rimer NVcrder.. hero cf the bittl bet wren the Monitor and the Me rt i'.' mc, dii d in Waskii ;;to::, a'. .: s i y oil r. William L. Mai:., f. ru. r'y a web known Ohio i.cwsp.iptr pabosher, du d in Nt vv York. Pepiibli. at:s of the Sixth Illinois din trot m ioii ati d llenrv Sh. rtm.n l'.out 1! for eo: i'tessi to till tlie v aca n.-y t a Used by the death e.f lldwatd D.Cooke. Ccorpe M. Pullman, founder e,f tbe tcvvn of Pidita.in r.nd l ead of the 'real palace ear company that bear Ids l Mae. eli.-d suddenly in ( hie.i.'oof heart di case, aced ' veats. He leaves a widow and three children. FCREI1GN. Korea has become an empire and the k'r.tr l.a p roc!. limed himself emperor. An ortran-.ation known ns the Ca nadian Independence elnb has i'snrd a manifest. fre m Montreal statitur that the time had come for Canada to thruw e :T it t enneetion with Pt-lard. The I?r.don tilobe. which ha close relation with the cat:r.et ministers. ey the povfrnmrnt itiay he elependeet uptin to maintain tbe goal standard tn ,,,;!',e' tx ,c V.SV nti.1::ara rtf:a a,i', inr.ma ( n - j.,r.? women cf ,:itinra--bed families chared .th con.-.r.r against me p.acrr.i;iri.i, were plate.! in jeil in Havana. The ccatirp steamer Triton, from Ilavara to Rihii Honda, wa wrecked on the north shore of Pir.ar e!e! Ro prv'.r -re and over " v persor.s pertshed Rive theMiwrd coreertratr.l peoj le have d,r ! c f hnrjer at La 1'alae o. Cuba, ir seven mortl . IMwnid I.nrtry. l.uh'ird ef Lily Iirtry. tie rutres. .bed in the ay luui for tLe I: at e at CLf stcr, lit jlitu ! Seicn-vijfhths of the historic town of Windsor. N. S., was wiped cut by lire, the loss beinjrover fl'.ooo.OOO. Two live were bit. Michael Whalen and hi wife. Debris s icked the city of Kitn Van?. China, aud killed or wounded l.uOO per sons. Durinjr a Hood xtt Monte:o, Jamaica, several houses were vvaslied out to sea and a number of persons were elrovv r.eeb Dusii tss men of Cuban cities ela not believe that autonomy will succeed anil are holding meetings favorable to an nexation with the United State. (den. W'ey ler w i!l leave Cuba for Spain on Saturday, October 23, by the steamer Monserrat. Three thousand itarvinjr persons at tacked the stores in Mataua, Cuba, and in the riot that followed lt women were ki!!ed. November 2j hns been r.atne-d as a day cf general thanks jivicj,' throughout Canada. Marshal Planco, the tu w ly-appointe 1 peneral e f Cuba, sailed from Madrid for Havana. It is eflkially ar.r.e unced that peace has becu restored all over CI uatema'.a. LAT Ln. '!l.e b.n'y ef Charl.-s Am-rs :i Dira was. :w ;iy in St. P.u i'x t hy ;td at Oli n Ve. L. I. Many p:-om;nent t!M !i jjatheiod t.- pay the l.irt Iim-s. bi.'f i!.-stioy,d the bi-'.-is, j.rt.o-a i.ill-.-,..:.i, Ark. The PtitMi v ort. o.-etit b:is di-oidi'd Ufj'inst silve-r nod th.-re is t.uvv !.o l-.,q-f-.)t- on i;;tei-t.atio't.al -iiufi t cue on bi imt.iiilm. The total cut f 17 lumber mills on the t !M r in the Marinette I W is.) r.-;,':o:i this t nr will be i.vi r -.'T.' 1 '. ft e.-t. (; r.. l'i'' oirh I i e. i i i s ::1 i; -i oral in Ci.ba. ;:; i ut t! :t 1 e e ids to re turn to Cuba ab ut V o.-r .. t.i.d re main :::ti; ti c e-oncbisioii e f the v.ir. Pr.-sl.b-nt M.-Kis.le-y L:i:-: determine-.! i n t to i o.-i-Mer iiny ne-vv cot - i.lar . p l.oii.tin i ts until Mess n.rot--. !).!..! t. :-;p.-i ..i ily ;n- bv b , .-.'f.'.t lue !".. ilUlll i-i-. i-r :th !.!!- -i I c t t -I - Co.r; . -. b.i: .. bill d !. ir - -If. h.-a !! do ,i- 1. V- w a bdict. 111. I1 th i . t - : i 'i hi , ! a i y atir a rt f a:.. s t f si -. i;. Ti ii is i :..! f war 1 v a . . r. ;i ri d . . Pi ll t of the tri .-I -;tl. r p -f Mrs.. v ith A 1 b 1-. .the v. i ! M.tit. !h. r. of t A. .i r. d ' 1 . a r. 1. All tl At t! b.a ('"ris tb-n. II. Wi - , P.: Co .f tl -- Iron 1 r::-:o 1 1 11 -e o:-!.-M. t . : iT th . V tl ..'ft! I a 1 1 ' iv Itl t :.i tl : D. - Ii ..s ti e proved i ; n. h- h.id I to to Pt f. r. f. r ( i i e t i . ' tab:; and Cub re- MINOR NLVV3 IT CMS. ;N..r ed th :k at: i is a ! o; t to be Hero; can Pas ui. ro s: I. ( i.iv err-ors are to he e b r in Ohio. Iowa. Ma tel in Novem a hasttts an. 1 Vir:'i::i. Darlt the uni-i.er 47.' oes rf dvser.terv have i;i cut r. .1 in dap. in, vv it! ; .'.': ' i death. , C.ov. Holeomh. ef Nebraska, receive I from a i-.i:.!.':n-:i--l m urdere r a n i nv i t a tioti to nttcn ! th.e execution. The new census of ti recce ha be. :t footed up. The total i 2.4"". '.'.. an in- crease of 11 per e ei.t. in cli'ht V t :i r s. !r. IIilN. of Man. lies'. r. Ky.. i,t 7) M ars of a-e n de in a po irr;: race at ' Pat bor.rv ille the .-tier day an 1 won it. Set: ii tor P.i. on. i f (icor l:'. t. hits :ven t the e ity ef M..eo!i a beautiful part, of 7o ,'otcs. n: st of which is thickly , wo.-'e 1. A Mary land fruit grower has s:icoee !-c-d in t iis'.! a cr.-p of p;ehe vit'i ! s'vit.s as devoid of the annoy it ' fn a ; i an apple . To rr.ln rt-se his b-ustn-ss a jnte of the peace ;it Kansas City L'uri t.. eater ; ticket to all couples vv ho con e to iiim j t be rrle !. Kussbin .:. eia! -p.rt state that 17 ; provitice will be atTeeted by tlilsy ear's 1 .id harvest. The -a - a nt s c a :. not tail j t.- b. ru'.tied for several y ear. The new Canadian posta.-e stattip j bears a portrait of th.e epieen nt l i-r -c-..ro;-,atiiMi. with map'e leaves, rmblftn j.l'c of Canada, in the corner. j A monument t the late ll.ieue Piel S i is to be crei ted on the campus of the j Missouri state univers tv bv the teach- t . . . '..".... i C rs an. I senooi c n ; .u rrn en uiriuir. New York's fust btct su?ar factory 1 as pone into e pcration at Rome. It work this season w ill be to con ert Co. ( el tons of be ets into w hitc and brow u 1 ".urtV.e lecent ratherinr? of Rojrer Wi!- Hams- tb-scembu.t. In Providence . a, ,,f,mi to raise a irreat o flUi! l!,r vt ,;h(l! ildand. i Mr. V. W. Parkier, ef Dayton. (.. j j l as fallen heir to an estate in tie rmvny j vibie ! at f: -1.0.-1. Ur title to the es t tate was tsta'olihed ly a family bible ( I.. 1.. , ! ii- i I t i. ler S! eri!T I. irchell. of London. Las retired an 1 w ill lve siiiceeded by hi son. Th!. n the O e fourth generation f f the f irmly that La hc'.J the clli.i c ntinu oasly. CHICAGO TO THE GULF. Meeting li llcu I'lan for n iri nterv n . Alton, 111., Oct. ml. The D. II. Pike of the liable Packet company left St. Liui Wednesday afteriie.on with a number of delegates to the Illinois Live r Valley association, which meets at Pear1.s town, lib. this afternoon. The conven tion wa called by the association for the purpose of formulatinjr. plans for ' the removal of all dams in the Illino river, and for the building cf a deep waterway from Ch'.cajro to the Missis sippi river, through the Chicago river, the main drain a pre channel of the san ilery district of Chicatro, the De i .uft.es and Illinois rivers. The meet ing to-day will be one cf the series culled by the Illinois Kivrr Valley aso t iatioti, "at d the indications paint to a lare athcrin. If the i.h.ns .f tbcasoi .ation arccar- iol e.iit the P.card.-stownconventioti will I pass re sidutioiis im-:mriabm e-oti-ress to onier the removal of the gov ernment dams at l.a Ciranc and K:imps ville before the waters) ef bake Mi. lii jran arc sent eiow tl the I iver threuili the Cbicau drnitiap e-aual, and. further, to order a preliminary survey made for a dee p waterway from Chicago to the mi.jtli of the Illinois river. The valley pi ;q,!c from Peru to the mouth ed the 1.1'aois river have been .-itatin the projt ot for rcn.. ii. t he ih.ms for Mm time. Out ed this lU'it.ili iu jrfevv a mt t'L,' r-etitiment i i lavir e f a deep w aterw :iy, and. now the two s 1 etin have been eotnbined in eo:e. All the l!..:i!S, aecoldi'.ir to the !c!ente-s to tiivs eioive-nt'ou. were buiit in spite i f the J. re te:ts of the ;dl. V people. Th.e four dams jr.oi.b- shtei. w;tef r.nv i-at io:i from Peru, the bc:. 1 of Hlitie.is river t .iv i. -at ion. to K.it..q sv ii'.e, which is i.hoi.t miles! above the n.oiitli of the ri M-r, a toial el i s t a : co of 1' 1 fi i 1 s. It i ("itet iiod that the dams have lilb - 1 nil tl ! -am, 1 1 ;-' they ob it. (.'tilM-l river a 1 1 d nsi-d the to over i-tru.-t the fte' a r.d mod. w ash i tributarit s river and its flow, tr.iikii'L.' of lard. 11. d oiit by th. and had e-; tribotiit-i.-s CSi-'ess I ir-e ii vali.-y people o their hand in fr.-m the draii tl ;it if t! dams :,r di-.-.L-ii i d-..ne . all-;, s s. e the I II I i.a n-er nt.-l f i.i e a : : 1MOV i!. Thev s d iind'v re t ,, , i i..-i-. s of la.nd w ill be re l.;i::!. d nt; 1 w ill be worth ! o an acre r.-.':;!" cf ! 'a ..'.. Tii'.' .!: : s for t be d.-.-p w iil. ru template a e-l.anm l V.- i t'i ct w id. botto-u and 1 t feet .!: fr-Uii L e.r t the l-ort. t!u- terminal of the ma n di ain i:;e i hau nch to the month of the Iliimos river, a elrstat.ee of :.-'7 miles. Tbe b'. river at: 1 main droinii.-i" e-l.ant.el are t e-;-:srd. d :ts one link of this t'.-e-p water xv a v and its cost is t.ot iticbn'ed it: the e-stimute m.i.de. Th" -i-;iv.itio-,i. lick, etc.. f r the I 'I.t-mi!.1 stlct. ll ef the top-.-rd deep char. to 1 fro;u I.ik kpolt to Lake .toilet nr" est 'tiii'.tod to i.st $ ! r-.dli -s from Lake .! trlO.o, o.t- and the - ' I. to the mouth f the lib:- i.fr.o.l O. The -t to Uti.ii r.t !.-s from Utb-.i is river v-. .ite i-stir .--issipi i I I - m. n 1 ikiu- the ... hport t. the COWHADES MEET AG Al TA. f.ii t Ii nl nni l llrnnl.in of llir "Iron llrlumle" it I I n I r.ir. l. I n Crosse, Wi.. Oet. 2b Tl e re tmion of the old Iron brigade f pencil here Wedt e-sday. The city has ract 1 cal lv beer: turned ever to the veteran. There arc about " u of the Iron brigade ft. 'A .I S?ii I V 'i- ., in the city and every train brings mere of t!:e "i'daek Itv.!s," as they were called ..t (ietty sbtir. Tbe I ripade wa c n J os d of the following re-. me n t : The Sei-o: d. S.xth ard evr:;t:i W ! co-sl;:; t he Nine tt 1 1 t h D.ibai-.a and the Twenty -fourth M;ch;-an. while tie t!ree Wis.otsin frp.mcr.t have t!e !:ir,;it ie preser. tat iwn he re, t he re are a po.-Ily t. u mbt-r f roin t he ot he r t wu rt-n" i- t..C!!tS. At tine o'cl. i k a l! ne ct march wn ft me,l at Hotel V..:ir;( bripr.ele head quarters. The veteran, headed by several land. ii tl i.btv the S o.iiive drum corp. compose.l of vcninp boy, in blue aud white uniform, with red caps, nnd (irn. Ih R. Rrapp ard vv tfc. escortctl by Cel. R. 1. Rryact in ear-r-.apc. marched to Onmauia ! ail. There the address cf wcleotne vvas de livered by Col. P.ryant. A resolution wa ai'optrd adverse to pivirp vvar medal. n d.scriminatir u apainst others eif equally meritorious services. A copy will be er:t to the secretary of war. Milwaukee wa selected vi the place of the next meet Irp. j SHORT POIN . ...( ! J'" ; just a. often POINTE.O PARAGRAPH! iae tnai tnosi. pseop.e i as they are exposed. j Tlie woman who can't l.ol 1 Ler tonyu? i or a baby ha no buine with either, j No matter what a piri' jsoiitical !-- I lief may te, he always wants protec tion. Some men are o dense that abnut the cn!y time they pet next i in a barter hop A fool can d mire elaraagr In a min xite thaa a isc cian can v-r.do ia ix coath. '. MAY AROUSE ENGLAND. loiuiurnl ou .llrueI 5lnrlnB to Death C Mil.Jrvt Im Culi. London, Oct.L'O.The D:iily Chronicle comment'n jr upon the death in Cuba last Week of Y. Hughes, i i.rre s ponde nt of Pdack and White, of lo.don, who is :iid to have starved to death in the street of Havana, after havinj; bceb I maltteiited and robbed by a party of ! Spanish guerrillas, say s: "If the story I of his death is true, fre.sh execration of Spanish action will rrise nod the P.rit- bh 'uerumet:t may have something to I Hughes was found elcad on the Prn!o, 1 Havana, last Thurdny nifrht. lie had ! recently visited Dinar ebl Lio. vvit! a ; pas from th military jrovcrnor. It t j Kiid tl;:it vliilc there a patty ef poor , rilla. in broad elay iijrht and in th- i jiresenee of Spanish o tV.cc rs. assaulted ; bim and robb-d Iiim ef everything he l ad cxcej.t Ids clothes. Ilu-he. it M allege.!, uppenled to th" military com ! inamli-rfor help, lledcnuinded the rcsti- ,'tutiou ef his looturtv. but was only b.u-1 .d at. II was obliped to return , ; to llaxariri. v alk in g the entire distance, nnd r .i bed the e ity i;i'ed and starv ing. I la e i n' lost his purport, ho could not establish his identity or cunmuni- , i if 1 c-nte with his friends in bn-lat d. He j starved todtath in the street, lluhei liad cartied an excellent re q illation as n war correspondent in Africa, having followed the Soodiin ej i-t'.ition and a:s. tiavelid in western Africa. His father i . a retired Pritish army snr-. e-n. Th? CiM' has been rejorted to the Pritish consul at Havana. ILLINOIS PYTHIANS. C;rr.:sl l.o.le lrel In IVorln l.o tit ! 'liTnlo-rililp for llir trnr. Pior.a. Uh, Oct. 2u. Ptoria is .-.blae j with red. bluest .1 -...!;!, the cedor of the ! Kr.i:;iits of Pythias, ai d the Ulit ids ; -rand hi !-e ber'an a mm..i; Tuesday 1 v. ith a lar-c attttdaree fretu all part ' of the state. In the m u nit tl ere w a a j ;r.u.d street p.uade. in which l.l;. J men j ard three band took part. ; D.ii i:- the afternoon th.e pram! b'd-J ! li-t.ued to itqmrts a fid tes. lutieu.s rc- , feriiii' to prospective legislation. Thij ' report-. not show- the usual propri's, , :.s 1 il.. strict deputies hiive I c.-tl oil j the tield tlurinr,' the year. There are ' LOW ii.ir net e i . ,Mu lodges, a net pain f six ejur the y.ar, ni d s ;,i. meinbers. i .sh of i's-.i. 1 he S'lb otdiuate lodi'-i ! n.ie.l 5 .7.i:.i for sick bcnelits ami .'o .'or funeral be-i.etits. The p'at-.d h i t ip's hi ie i t.h D irit r: the i :i t! rrraf.d lod.'e r:.nk was ! .ft. coiifet-r.-d f.'ii a i la's of 2. p:ist cban- j eeb. os. The at.nuid convetitioti e.-ftlmj b..th'. ;:e Mst.-iT, the woman's; luaneli ed the order, is abo i: s es,bn here. U j now l...s 07 l-'dcs am! .!' ') m eti.be: s. ! ilCHCOLCOY CADLY HURT. j o 1 1 1 I 1 1 n I ii n :n 1 1 e I ti III I'o.-l.et til i:.Ii.l..t I'lillo. ) S; ;it -.tie-Id. Mo.. Oct. 1. Hay m.u.d, j the : J-v . .-.r-o'.I s. n ed A. D. Allen, j str-ic:.-r.q 1 r in the circuit c:rt, went to si-pc. I T. i..-s day ti ornin-.'. carry in ! a p-trthoi of a stick, e-f dy nan; Ite. Ti.e j explos-.ve, v. hle-h ti e b. y f o:: d in a J ?t..;e t carry . vv a it. Is -eke t vv ith mirry. w a t. p. marl -. - into h. - :it : a quantity d -a to b..y p. . kets . j at the b -.v b ;i rred ! o'.l: In his - r tl :-.-tt co-'leet ion of o'd junk j k, e it;s;r. .in -;.b. sion ..iblv cost hi life, a -el , .1 for two bio, k. Ti e ! t the o. will jr. lb" t : r b t hand was blown off are! j his rirht L-roln a t rrible wound vv a j iT tel. . whi'. ! -t t r . w .-. s oh i;:to shre exj !;!. . th. r e 1 in tr in. tbe Mir e.-.i s s iy er. The ter-.chef. e by and had her s. but she vv .; r ot r c austd a panic Irer.. and several to '-tt out c f the the Mi- M. -ti h-rt. '11. a n o:. : 1 1 ' wcr hi; tt buddlnc. CIVIL SERVICE. It eirruplnl Vtfrntloti ( t ti r Cn til ne t on Turiiln), W'ash'.rpton. Oct. '.' h The cabinet Ti:e s.Iav devoted c t.slderable time to a disci a of the civil service and how to cbtain the best results from the re e.i.t trier promulgated by the presi dent. A e!iv!!on vv a s reached that ach department should prepare at d adopt regulation to inert the requirements of t! e order. W hile each ele; artment wi'.l formulate its own regulations, there w s a general set. tit::ent that It wo.. 11 be well to have them aiorpthe :: era I pre cf the regulation issued by the treasury e'rp.arttr.er.t to carry cut the president order. Secretary O ii'c. it vv ill be re me inhered, permitted j i r. r.s apa;:rt vvl.r ?n ch.arpc were in oie to l ave a loxtri: l and an e ; portu r 1 1 x to ar.svv er them. Routine matter cf tb di partn.eiits occup'ed r.ll tbe re l.iaind.r of the cab: t. t me c t it; . w hit h laftcd about two hour. DIG LUMCLR CUT. Pro.t net Keel Murine i.f Still In Murlnrllr l. ii oer ;t-T,eitMi,esiH I'rct. te. Wis.. Oct. The total cut of 17 mil. ou the river thi y car w , iw o. er ... ' ;oo. i no .xtarinette in;;;s will continue running until it freeze, as aJl t he c on; pa nie ai c anxious to saw as much as po..-hde: this season. Mari nette and Menominee mill have tn.ir.u-f.vctur'-d more lumber thi year than any e ther district in the world. A rec ord the companies have had for several years. The value of thi eaon' prod uct in round number it about ?4.0oV 0 . Most of the lumber La be en so!J nr.d will be shipped before raviatioa close. llrlilm liol the While. Sdver City. N. M.. Oct. 2 . Ibdiable report jut reeM ived ju tf4p, c i t y from the Vnqui country state that the Vaqul Indian resent the encroachment of v.hite in search of pild and that th Indian are elrivin; nil the wliite men out of the country. A correspondent at Ilcrrm.sillo, Mexico, advise- iros- I Tx-s t.-rs to stay nvsav, a the i until In- ( eban will r.ot allow t hem to pct.etrat j xv f. r as the p-chl f.ehU. j Xlellm .f lelnn llnee. Mcwea.pia. Rb, Oot. O liar I Corley j va kicked to death ly a fractiot j Lorse. Scrofula Cured Foco and Moad Covercdwlth Soro, hut Hood's Has Curod Thorn. "My t c and bcitd were a raa of sores. but Siuco U'.kiu? Hoot; f.siru.iii. mesa r rv havo ad dis-piarc-l. I believes Hood's Sars.apanna nas no eoi xor croi. uIa." Ida A. V.'tATtK, Daicruio, 1U. f300d SparSFa It tee test-la fact tbe Or.e Trti? P.iood Durtfler. JJ.l. f;ic',:rliTert:!s rs totU, IIOOU 5 1 Ill-'easy toot-erau -5 cetU. Csery Mtrdr ToorUt sle-e-ulng C Itont t fallfornla. Kvery Saturday nicht Midland P.o'itetour st car cn route to Colorado, Utah and Calb frnia will leave the Ch.ca "."n r,.!.t . Cab. arnvirx st an rraiutocost fe.t . m. vv c,tl, .,v nr lt.ee jioou.ui s-s.. --, ....... eicvrsioi: for loth hrst and see-e.t.d class ,v.,rL-,Te (not fore-zn eniv-i ant-.) are ji'v eonducted" tv in t ed ii:ei.t . com- Intent end courieou- y.u. k.. afend to the want en a I passenger eti u?pu This is an (ntirciy new feature of furot ear fi vn and wnl be gre;at!y aiv- j recited bv fr.mdics or parties ct friends .v. -o ir tivrther. or bv ladie travdms - a'.r.e Particular attention is raid to the care of ehildrcu who usually get weary cn a U 't -3.Vthat the Mid'and Route Tour i ift l'.'.H are kleepins cars nr d are sup;. lied j w:T li all the accessories ncecs-ary to taake ! the ' nrnev confortab at d p! a.tit, nnd I the Veenui berth r.'.te i ut si.OJ (tor two 1 4-s,.r!t' fr rn 1 hir?.'o to California. ' Ask t! nearest t:ket eseut f'.r a tcur ! jot" tar "f'.l-b-r," c;vinff co!r.;.'.-te ji.f'.nna : t-. n alrf'.;t th' Mid'an-i P-'o'e. or nd-ire i "pa -tern Manner Mid ind P .ute." Ns. W I ,, i!:i street, thi. n;-o. Iil .orC.eo. II. Hesf. id. lb-ner.il Pas--r;.T Apcnt, 410 Old i Coh-nv Dubdir.', ( ha ai-. La Stonlh of the- Trnnniff fn lrnnl.nl mitt IndttMrial 1 : P. II Ion. Tl month of 0 to! er ei..s-s this pieatest of all !.,-.:.!i..i;o-ur ln-M in the So'..'.h.ar.iJ n xt to toe Co.eitibi.ip. th-' !est e ver h.id in th: c.-ui.trv. 1' r ti.e cl.-s.tic m- nth.spe r i il attraction l.av- b .-n trrar.? 1. and th rates fn tu all f art c I the .-e;ntry have b.-i-n r.ade h.vvfr t b.i ti ever It fore known. The J..-.it n.n (N.-.siivnl.'. T r.n.l i on tls nun hi.e of the D u.svi'.ie ti Nr. -hviila Ih.droii !. due'tlv ou its thn t r loutt Kt -.-eu the No t tli end N a th, and t. e trip Ml r.tie m i ! rnv eth i v .a that city c m Ikj if ict e !;..; per', than via As!; vi.r.r tu kc-t net the f P rates, r wine ' v . i . ..ini. i i-, ... ... . i t. r. r A't t, 1-ouu.viiIe, ., for Ptcl Slid 11 ;oi nu ui. Dwiir.liai Tlrkfl l Aturrlenn Kat SloeU. Horn. I'tnllr- antl Dalrr tj...vi, I Iilcni;.., Vov. U-in. Via the N. rlhA'estern Lin, will srli nt r.dviied rat., e.u h 1 u.-.btv end 'llurs .'. ". .i ll!!,; the show, i:li. :..) t MofahvT f .Ihuvin; dite ef a'e. Apply to a nt t 1.;. ..-j A. N.uth ' stem Ky. Do Yon riar Vlitt. riidirf or Olber (inmrt f The F. F. V. I 'ivit or r.trd i better f an rinv co-it enrd rn tl e i-.vrket. Send 13 c. r.t s f.-.r ne d-' k or IV. cc-r.t for tvo de k ut..i:-.?.s or curr. n--vi to ('. Ik Hyatt. A't Cbn'l Pa-s'r Act. C. A. O. Rv., Cincinnati, 0. Crer or. 1 won: p.-f ;.!.- t hey ate thf -uh the st'.inr. ht n tlil.fi v. here c inf. Ate ii.Sv ti 1 ih- n f.re v rv unf.-itt'Tiafe t. v -p.. liol to J less! i. 1 t.e ev e is I !e.o-cd the stoniath is plcasea tm tnr Tntmrco. ef s:;tir jlnj tf.hnero is t ' !, N r tia-r tvbacco in all icspxrct. TV" rysp.sttnit ti n th iav-sst in the v ia so g-xd s Mar j h of ""otir" "t. ci.n Tsr.'t MI- Poxy a p-cri Mr. H Mi h: uOi-Y.-. 1 i m i i on.y '. Kree Pre s. fru.i in the cr !.rd.--l tr. "Msnmv, what i a farce!" "A farce Why, it is the way your lather wont Rroi n 1 ard watered ail my dro-d up plants thj rnorr.ii.j niter I Jt l.otac." IKtrct Prcsj 1'rtTs.s. To Care n Cold In One IJar Tike Rxxitive Rre mo Quir.ine Tablet . All dr.iaists itiunl money ii it failitocuro- 2Zc How a-eommo.Utir.; seme rren are to their w.vc when askc-i to ! sotra thing they are dy icj to dt anyway. W ashirgtotj ! Democrat. IV..,'. r..rm .,. :;- v l- ..- rh.'drer.'s Couch an 1 V-ld -Mrs. M. if. I Rlur.t, Sj r.vae, Wadi., March 8, 'yi. j . I No c-'. Is l.w little a man d"se be like to tell how he used to veork. Woihir.gtoo ! Democrat. AN OPKX LETTER From M103 Sachncr, of Columbus, O, to AUir. Women. To nil women xxho arc? RI: It of fcrds me prcat pleasure to Ull yeva of . the l-i-nctit I hare derived from tak ; In Lydia R. Pinkhara's Vtqrctablo ; Cs :r,p.iund. I can hardly fintl words to ! express my pratltude for the Ikkjq J piven to .ufTcrin women In that ex i cc'.lc iit remedy. licftro taking tha Cotct-vnnii 1 xvs lll.n, .allow. and nervous. I wa.strs)U I4cd with anil my men trual pe? riv'.i wcro triea tnrce nhr. WN'f vr's7'i i.lcian-1 and pradnally frrewr vrors. About a yearacol vtis adTis-ed by a friend to try Mrs. Pinkrham's Sanatlro Wash and Vepetab'.e Ccsmponnd. which I did. After usin? three bottle of the Vegetable Compound and one pack ape of Sanative Wash. I am now enjoy ing better health than I ever did, and attribute the sme to your vs-onderful remedies. I cannct f.nd words to ex press what a lioxLsvnd they have been to me. Whenever I Is-pin. to feel nervous ami 111. I know I Lave a never-fai'inp phy flcian at hand. It would afford mo pleasure to know that my word had direct 1 Si-mi Mifferinp sister to health t-nd strenpth thn-uph tho-e n-.st cx cel'.ent remedicv Mis M AT Sacu.xxBi ItS.S' 11 Rich SL, Colusibus, a ..rv y r M Paul Uadway t l'J oe;..k, runninu over the Chicago and Om ihn Short Line to OmiVia thenrc via Linom, Neb., C oVrado hi' rites' and Udv il'.e, Co'o.. Salt Lake City A io-,Vn. Utah, lleno. Nevada, and Nuts.- 0 c o