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Vol. 14 Haskell, Haskell County, Texas, Saturday, Dec. 2. 1891).
J.L. JOMItS, Char.
331 rectory. The Knights of Labor 0, K. Ed. S.Hughes of this city has as-
sociated himself with R. V. Colbert TERRELL'S DRUG STORE, H.I'IERSON,
A. V. FOSTER,
I.KK PIRIUOlf , Aaat. Cba
OrriCERS 39th JUDICIAL DISTRICT.
The general assembly of the and R. L. Penick of Anson and they Soutli-vj- t Corner Putllc Hqitttro THE HASKELL NATIONAL BANK,
Knichts of Labor in session at Bos- - propose to establish hardwarerind
Tistrlet .fridge, lv
' t tt a.... ton, Mass., last week, passed a set implement houses at Stamford, An- II ANICKTXi, TEXAN.
lrtrtt Attorney, - A. o.'wilmeth!
of resolutions in which President son and Albany. They have bought A General Banking Easiness Transacted. Collections. made and
out the stock of hardware of, J. E. Handles only the Purest and Best drugs. Carrles'a nice line of Promptly Remitted. Exchange Drawn on all principal
Oeanty Jndfo, It. R. .Tone. McKinlcy was condemned as "the
Parker at Albany and R. L. Penick Cities of the United Stales.
County A DUt. Clerk,
aherUrand Tax Collector,
Oscar Martin. bitter enemy of labor" and in which
O. It. Conch.
J.W.Colllni. laboring men everywhere were urged
& Co. at Anson. This will give Jewelry, Notions and Sundries; o
M. S. Pierson, A. C. Foster, J. L. Jones, Lee Picrae
knnty Treasurer, J. E. Mnrfce. to vote against him and his associ- them in connection with Mr, Hughes' DIRECTORS:
II, II, Rlke. ates. The resolutions opposed na- big house here, almost exclusive Stationery, Watches, Clocks, Spectacles, Etc. T. J. Lemmon.
OOMMISSIOHKBS. tional banks as.banks of issue and control of a vast territory. They
f redact Xo, 1, -
freetnet No. 1. -
J. W. Johnson. declared for the unlimited coinage of
. H, 0. Klland.
T.K. Ballard, stiver at the present legal ratio, 16
.T. K. Carter,
to i. Also declared the K. of L.
will also establish an exchange bank
at Stamford. Sid Payton is now at
Anson taking invoice of the Penick
0TK7 Manuructiirci' Donlor In Ac
J. r. rxeet, Mo. 1.
the mortal enemy of trusts and con-
J, W. Ktani demned the foreign policy of the
stock and will go from there to Al- Reynolds Presbyterian Academy. rf 5
Churches. national administration, especially
sTaPTIST, (Mlsjlonery) Preaching 1, 3 nn J tth with reference to the Philippines,
bany and invoice the Parker stock.
The new firm have the lumber
already on the square at Stamford
Snndaya Rev. U.K. L. Farrnor, Pastor
Saoaay Sckool every Sunday at 10 o'clock, closing with instructions to the
ex- and are waiting to get a lot on which Term Commences Sept. 12, 1899. Full Stock, Work Promptly to Order.
I). W. Conrtwrlght, Superintendent. ecutive board to prepare and forward to build. Taylor Co News.
B. T. P. U. ercry Sunday evening at 3 o'clock
Prayer meeting every Friday night,
rmyrrmaeting every Wednesday night.
MKTHODI8T, (M. K. Church 8.) Preaching
a copy of the protests to President
A Keea Clrar Brain.
IFT'tjlII .A.ceicl.rriiG Course Repairing done neatly, and substantially.
Prices reasonable and satisfaction with goodt
vary 8uni)ar at 11 a, m. and 8 p.m. My son has been troubled for
Students received at any time during the year and at any and work guaranteed.
Ber.M, L. Moody, - - - Pastor. Your best feelings, your social degree advancement.
day School every Sunday at 10 o'clock, years with chronic diarrhoea Some-
position or business success depend Special attention given those who desire to prepare them- Your Trade is Solicited.
p. D. Benders, Superintcnoert. time ago I persuaded him to take largely on the perfect action of your selves to teach.
Spworth I eigne every Sunday evening at some ol Chamberlain's Colic, Chol- Stomach and Liver.
o'clock. W. H. Townea, Fret. Dr. King's Music Department under accomplished and efficient
JtontarLeagnoatl 80p. m. UlnMollle
era and Diarrhoea Remedy. After New Life Pills give increased stren- B
rrayir meeting every Thursday at 8 p. m.
using two bottles of the
he was cured.
gth, a keen, clear brain, high ambi-
I give this testimo tion. A Tuition, $20 to $50 per year. H The New Thos. GoggaQ & Bro.
PRFJ8BTIKRIAN, (Old School) Preaching 2nd 25 cent box will make you (4
aidSrdBnndaye. ltur.C. 0 Anderaon, Paat. nial, hoping some one similarly affl feel like a new being. Sold by J. B. For catalogue or other Information, apply to
aaday School every Sunday at 10 o'clock. icted may read it and be benefited. Baker druggist.
B. C. ChUum, - - Superintendent. III O. E. Arduckle, Prin.,
PRISBTTERtAM, (Cumberland) Preaching 4th Thomas C. Bower, Glencoe, O. Albany, Texas. &
anday. ttoV.VT. Q Peyton, - Pa.tor. For sale by J. B. Baker druggist. 52 Prospects for a large wheat acre-
CHRISTIAN, (Campbclllte) Preaching nonant age in Archer county, were never With Style Colonial Truss. 7 1-- 3
preeent. Mr. John D Spreckles, a member better than they are this fall. Every-
aaaday School every 8unday at 10 o'clock. of the republican national committeee body is sowing wheat. Archer Dis-
J.B.Baker, - - 8uperlntenpent.
ClTICBOCIVriES. is an outspoken patch.
tUakell Lodge No. 681, A. P. A. If. and said the other day that if the It is not wise for a farmer to de-
mets Saturday on or before each full moou,
J. 8. Rlke.W. M.
millions of money spent in trying to
pend too much upon wheat or any Heighth,
hold the Philippines had been used
J. W. Brans, Bec'y.
Haakell Chapter No. 181 in establishing irrigation on the
other one crop; he should plant some 2 4ft. 8 1--
Royal Arch Haaona meets on th drat Tuesday western plains the people of this
of several things suited to his soil
In eacta month.
J. L.Jooea, High Priest. country would have reaped far more
and climate, but we believe it good
policy for every farmer to sow enough THE BEST" MiJ
afflT" &- 11 E
llL'JmT.flwnml 2ft. 2. inches.
J. W. Evans, lecty benefit from it, and we believe he is
Bmwood Camp of tho Woodmen of th
wheat to make his bread. We be- Width,
World neeta tod and 4th Tuesday each month. lieve that raising it at home even at
W. E. Bherrtll, Con. C.
Q. B. Couch, Clerk. Brare RIei Fall. a very moderate yield will beat rais-
ing and marketing something else
and then turning around and paying rail Place in Ain. I! mmMmfmW ;ft IS
5ft. 1 inch
Victims to stomach, liver and kid-
Froroejaalonal Gardes. ney troubles as well as women, and the money out for flour.
Yes, sow a Mahogany
all feel the results in loss of appetite,
few acres of wheat. III Walnut
poisons in the blood, backache, ner- The administration organs and
H.G.McCOMELL, vousness, headache and tired, list- some other expansion advocates are We carry a large and well selected stock and every-
less, feeling. But there's putting forth a smooth argument in
ir a,KWi-;K- .
thing we sell is just to be. it
C0MOB 000 303900301 KB
no need to feel like that. J. W. Gar- which they pretend to show that we as we represent -wto.
jLUorney - at - JLiavWi
dner, of Idayille, Ind., says: "Elec- have already expanded, that we
tric Bitters are just the thing for a have already annexed the Philip- Four Pedals and Patent Soft Stop.
he don't care whether he pines, that when congress ap-
We are selling good goods in all lines, and in many cases, for The Best Value for the Price.
lives or dies. It gave me new propriated the $20,000,000 to pay to
n OSCAR MARTIN,
strength anp good appetite. I can Spain for them annexation became
now eat anything and have a new complete and that it only remains
much less than you can buy them elsewhere.
look to be convinced.
You have only to
Besides the GOGGAN PIANOS we also carry the celebratafl
lease on life." Only 50 cents, at J. for congress to prescribe the form of EmerSOn PianOS and several other makes.
Attorney at Law, B. Baker's drug store. Every bottle government for them, etc , and that Send for descriptive circulars and prices, Our house is the oldest and
guaranteed. even Mr. Bryan approved all this largest in Texas. We carry everything in the music line and the largest
Haskell, - - Texas.
when he advised ratification of the Autumn Dress Goods. Clothing.
The Galveston-Dalla- s Wo bcllcte it Is universally conceded by onr stock of musical'goods, sheet music, etc., in the South.
News is wehareabonndleesrangfl or dress goods In We refer to any
preparing matter and arranging to treaty of peace. This sounds plaus- Flnlri, FancyStrlpt-s- Fluids and t'nncy wvavca customers that wo out do them all on boys banking house in Texas
issue a mammoth special edition of ible and is calculated .to 'mislead of all kinds, from 23c to $1 .00 per j nrd. clothing this fall Come and see for yourself.
S3. E. GILBERT, the two papers at the opening of the persons who do not look a little far- WV are showing beautiful colorings and fancy Cbllas Vestu suits 1.23totl.T3
Physician & Surgeon. new year 1900. It will be devoted ther and see that the ninth article weaves from 1 to 2io per yard.
Wo show a beautiful lino ol dress goods In " 3 piece "
Tr)os. GoggaQ & Bro.,
to an exhaustive description of the of
Offers bis serrleca to th peoylo of llaakell
general resources of Texas, bringing the treaty left the question with Camel hair effects, llmsitcloths, Crepons, Boys suits for
S2.C0, $3 SO and 83.00
Dnllnss nutl Gtilveaton.
avt surrounding country. congress to say what should become Homespun, Ac, ranging In prlco from ftioto that are worth 33 pur cent more.
up the story of State progress to the 1.23 per yard.
Ooe at Terrell's Drag atora. of the islands civilly and politically
Suits W. W. Hentz, Resident Agt
close of 1899, as regards agricultural,
pastoral and mineral development,
as, indeed, no other body or person Silk, Velvet and Trim- Men's t man's suit for $3 73, Si 30 and
A good bonis
J. E, LIND8EY, railroad building, manufacturing
in this country has the power to say mings. ".oo. A Texas Wonder. Fal4 Dear far His Leg.
or determine, congress beint; the The cholcttt novelties for the nice finishing Finer anlte ft (M and $10.00 that nro far be-
etc., showing the Hall's Great Discovery.
PHYSICIAN & SVRGEOW, tractive fields for investmentmost for your dress Is hero in gTcat profusion. low their worth, but they muit be sold.
only power which can cede or acquire Black silk trimmings from So to 75c. Steel B. D. Blanton of Thackerville,
for the One small bottle of Hall's Great Tex., in two years paid over $300.00
development of our magnificent re territory. And on this phase of the trimmings 13c to asc. Fasamoutry dress fronts MILLINERY
Haskell, - - Texas. question congress has never yet act
and braids In great variety.
For less than its vilne. This line we
Discovery cures all kidney and blad- to doctors to cure a Running Sore on
sources and enabling the
Office Phone No. It.
Residence hone No 18. to select the locality most congenial
ed, consequently the Philippine is- Latest
In Ladles Capes and
Intend to quit and must sell out this month. der troubles, removes gravel, cures his leg.
Yon are sure tobuylf ou look with ns.
Then they wanted to cut it
diabetes, seminal emissions, weak off, but he cured it with one box of
lands have not been annexed to the TMs has always been a strong Furs. with ns.
Office North side Square. to him. Persons wanting to know line We are anxious to show you milli- and lame back, rheumatism and all Bucklen's Arnica Salve. Guaran
anything about Texas should secure United States. All that has been Our goods run from "So to 17.50. No house In irregularities of the kidneys and
of this special edition.
done or can be done is to hold on, tba west can equal us. bladder in both men ant' women. teed cure for Piles. 25cts a box.
Ir. J. B TOMLINSON, a copy by force if necessary (and it has re- Regulates bladder trouble in chil- Sold by J. B. Baker druggist.
dren If not sold by your druggist,
DENTIST. When recently our ambassador to quired a good deal of force) until
Look at our Table Linen, Lap Robes, Blankets, Carpets, Portier- will be sent by mail on receipt of $i.
reraaititly lacatetl la Haskell, Great Britain, Mr. Choate, at the be- congress does act. es, ladies, children and gent's Underwear. We have all these
One small bottle is two months' Gen. Redvers Duller, commander
hest of President McKinley, assured treatment, and will cure any case of the British forces in South Africa,
f allclti yaar patranage . . .
. . . Giaraitees all wark.
the British government that the peo- A SUHE CUBE FOB CROUP.
goods in any style and at prices others do not attempt to quote. above mentioned. E. W. Hai.l, is said to be the Weyler of the Brit- -
ple of the United States were in Sole Manufacturer, St. Louis, Mo.,!;sh army,
Onto ! Bock building at Meadora Uotel. Twenty-fiv- e Yean' Constant Use formerly of Waco, Texas.
sympathy with that country in its
Without a Failure.
war against the Boers, we believe
Ohio, Iowa, that he grossly misrepresented the
Kentucky and Nebraska in 1896 the sentiment of a vast majority of the
The first indication of croup is
hoarseness, and in a child subject to
that disease it may be taken as a
& Young, tor sale by A. . McLemore,
republicans polled 1,393,963, in the people of this country. And it was
sure sign of the approach of an at-
Abilene, Texas. Dallas, Texas, October 14, 1888. The intelligent to
same states in the elections just past a stultification of our forefathers who, This is to certify that I have been
tack. Following this hoarseness is X b Mr. Bud Smith of Haskell is with us ana will be pleased to see
they polled 1,075,000 or about 320,. like the Boers, struggled to free considered incurable by two good Quick Conclusions.
a peculiar rough cough. If Cham- and wait upon his Haskell county friends. physicians, both saying I had
000 short of '96, That looks like themselves from British oppression berlain's Cough Remedy is given as
there were a good many republicans in their new home across the ocean, soon Bright's kidney disease. After us
as the child becomes hoarse, or ing one and bottles of one-ha-
For Colorado, California and the
who didn't care to exert themselves where they had learned to love lib- Great North-wot- , investigate the
even after the croupy cough appears, Hall's Great Discovery, of Waco, I
even a little bit to endorse the ad- erty and despise tyranny.
ministration's expansion scheme. President McKinley and his back- in many thousands of homes in this
There will be more of them in 1900. ers, composed of a gang ol imperial-
it will prevent the attack, It is used
broad land and never disappoints the
ists, goldbug money monopolists and anxious mothers. We have yet
1; lose Cattle
From Blackleg, It cannot be cured, but it can be prevented.
think my troubles are at an end.
H. W. Brown,
St. George Hotel.
schedules, connections, rates and
train equipment of
"THE DENVER ROAD"
Jut Safe lis Lift, tariff favored syndicates and trusts, learn of a single instance in which
Pasteurs Blackleg Vaccine has never failed to prevent. Don't According to the news coming
wait until you begin to lose. As it is cheaper to vaccinate ico from the Philippines during the past (Fort Worth & DenerCity Railway)
who now dominate this country,
has not proved effectual. No other
It was a thrilling escape that Chas have grown so great in their own es. preparation can show such a record than to lose one. It is sure and safe. Price $1.50 per package week, Aguinaldo and the insurgents Solid and Fast Through Trains.
Davis of Bowerston, O., lately had timation (that they think they are the twenty-fiv- e years' constant use
for 10 head yearlings, 1 2 to 15 calves. Sent by mail on receipt seem in a bad way and there seems Pullman Drawing-roo- Sleepers. m
of price. Call on us or write for particulars and testimonials. to be some prospect that the war will
from a frightful death, For two whole country and that the masses without a failure. For sale by B. Cafe Car Service.
J. be brought to a close soon.
years a severe lung trouble constant of the people are a herd of cattle Baker druggist.
ly grew worse until it seemed he wnose opinions it is not necessary
must die of Consumption. Then he for them to consider or respect, and ADYMtisBD Larraaa.
BASS BROS. Agents,
A man is told of in the last issue
of Texas Farm and Ranch who last For lull information and magnificent-
began to use Dr. King's New Dis- their opinions are vauntingly given Tha following la a list of Utttra Tmallne The discovery of an eichtrfoot season planted 300 acres of land in ly illustrated literature, write to
Poat OStca llukall. Taxaa, for M day.. Tt Circ La Grippe ! Twa Bayi.
covery and lately wrote: "It gave out as the sentiment oi this nation. attha
Copaland, Mr. Wls, 1 yein of coal near Rockdale is report broom corn from which he sold 75
relief and effected a permanent It the people do not rally together Haaeoek, B. B. h. 1. W. F. Sterley, A. G. V, fc P, A
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine ed. tonsof the straw at $125 per ton, or 'M
'"cure." Such wonderful cures have at the ballot box and put a check " 1"1 1 Tablets. All druggists refund the or
Kelly, P. P. Eaq,
money if it fails to cure. E. W. $9375 fr l"e croP 1 rents, labor,
for 35 yean, proven it's power to upon this self serving and conceited Mara, Mr. Frank, t Congressman John H, Stephens' etc., it cost him $2650 to raise and D. B. KEELaa, Traffic Manafar,
cure all Throat, Chest and Lung crew they will soon establish an im- Knot call4 tor wlthla so, dart will boaent Grove's signature on every box, 35c.
to tha daa4 latter oSca, daughter, Miss Elma, was married market the crop, leaving him a net
troubles. Price 50c and i,oo, perialism and an aristocracy in this Whan ealllnc for the abova pleuee say on Wednesday, the aoth, t,o Mr. pront 01 90725 lor nit year epera- - A, A. GtitJalKGtR.Ait.Pata.DeffV.
Evt.ry bottle guaranteed. Trial bot- - country that will be more domineer KeafMUBlljr, The British arc finding the Boers
B. H, DODSON, pf M. James V. Towsntd, aOher Home at lions
I I Fart Wm fc tVMvarCky Hfc,
ilaa free at J. B, Baker's drug store ing than that of Great Britain. tlukcll, Taxaa. Die, 1, 1IM. l an exceedingly tough proposition. t Vernon. Texas, I Moral; Plant brooincera.
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that's better!" ho nsswed.wlth,
Ah, ONE WEEK
case, In Charles Dowey. of Montcpimr, VI..
5a$Ucli free Press. a radiant smile, as she suddenly stop-
ped, crimson and laughing.
nniulrril tiy I'orlnilt Arllnt In Miiita M't'.iklng recent
In n bankruptcy
of Jusllrcs of the peace, they, brother of the ndmlrat, hasnn tlrMto-publlca-
it limit Slim. nre said to be "ofllccr.s by no means declined to bo a candidate
"How warm It Is todayl" sho wild, Now Orleans Tlmcs-Domocra- "I Infallible, frequently Innocent of law
t; ticket or any other foi,?v-erno- r
J. E. POOLE, Publisher. trying to speak calmly. of Vermont next year, hvery-hod- v
havo Just finished shaving a dctd and actually some times known to con-
J9nf HASKELL, - - . TEXAS. "Warm! exclaimed tho young man, man," said n local nrtint.
i no jou strue the abbreviation afllx designat-
"It's burning hot hero occupied mo about n week and" ing their oilier. M. P.' to mean 'Judg- heartily, but his ambition docs not run
was willing to support him
in London I've had euch a tempting "Good heavens!" ejaculated tho horri- ment for plaintiff.' " towards politics.
PASTURE AND FARM. invitation, Madge." fied friend, "what d'yo mean?" "Don't
"Have you. From whom?" If wo do our duty nnd then proceed A field of usefulness will most assur-
bo nlarmed," replied the artist cnlmly; to brag about It wc have undone all edly amount to nothing If It Is not
"From Laurie." operation was not as repulsive as
Tomatoes are in fair supply. Laurie? Oh, yes, I remember; tho "tho may Imagine. In fact, I per- we have
accomplished properly cultlcntcd. j
Jftmnln county has a large wheat'
CHAPTEH IV. -(- Continued )
y RBIJM GY
"I fancy he thought the whole thing ho has Invited you?"
viscount. Lord Umfrcvlllc's son the
tnnn whn was with vnu at Oriel? So formed It with
a brush. You see, a
certain family of my acquaintance mercy.
havo a lnrgo oil painting of tho head
A lover of music Is n lover of 111 luck Is sometimes a warning
A toast not In order as a military
A pumpkin Is reported In Crumped ymrlrr.
She paused, and a bright Hush cov- rather hopeless at present. We have "Yes, to Clarlsdale, their place in banquet: Tho soldier Invincible In
California. My Huntingdonshire." of tho house, who departed from this "They say that at some of those peace, Invislblo In war.
ered her fair face. so little to go upon, you sec! vnlo of years some time In tho early summer resorts the rooms nro so
Florida tobacco growers will In- "As far as 1 can calculate, 1 must be Ignorance of the names If so dreadful, "Oh, Bernard, why can't you go?"
way of find- "Won't run to It, my sweet. eighties. At the time tho portrait was small a man can't have his valise In Klrrtrlrlty for Ilmln.
crease their acreage next year. twenty years old," she said; "t have and there seems to be no I
made ho wore a full beard, which was with him." A scientist has discovered nn appa-
decided that It is time to act. My life ing the place where my uncle lived. couldn't afford to be mixed up with a contrary to "That's not so; I got my valise In ratus which will stimulate tho brain,
Many sections of the state report Is nil before me. Am I to let It be There was nothing dcstlnctlvc about lot of men who llvo expensively, and his usual custom, and tho
timely showers the past few days. spoiled by this dreadful bond? 1 will the scenery Just commonplace hedges with whom money Is no object, so I've
family, who remember him best with nil right; but, of course, 1 had to go it consists of nn electric band. While
a smooth faro, have been anxious ever out In the hall to open It." scientists have been Inventing nnnnt-ur- al
The recent cut of hay around Et find the creature, calling himself a and lanes. It would be of no use to refused. are since to get off the whiskers. I was
ways of making tho brain work.
Campos Is reported equal In quality to man, who was guilty of such unheard-o- f advertise for Cathie; Mr. Martlneau- strong-minde- you dear Bernard! "Oh, You
engaged to shave the portrait, nnd Castles In tho air do not require Hostctter's Stomach Bitters 1mm for
cruelty as to marry a girl a mere thinks she would not answer. My un- I'm so proud of you day tho aid of gunpowder to dissolve them llfty years been doing It naturally. It
the June crop. child and basely desert her! It nee- - cle would take care of that." but. do you know" slly "I'm half hard times and approaching rent cures dyspepsia and nil stomach
persuaded mo lo accept tho commis- Into nothingness.
K Hundreds of ncrcs In the vicinity of essary, I will spend years in search of
El Campo will be planted In broom hlra!" She was silent for a few m- "which I trust he does, that I may
corn rext year. omentstears were on her long
her face was scarlet with emo- him."
"If he stllll Ives." said Bernard
have the pleasure of horsewhipping
glad you're not going."
"Ah, who used to have a photo of ly antipathetic to my artistic instincts.
Lady Mildred Ames on his
sion, which, needless to say, was high-
1 had to depend entirely
bed-roo- m on tho recol- On Tuesdny, Jan. 113, a special vcstl-bule- d on boats.
of Pullman palace cars,
troubles and builds up the system.
None but police nre allowed to Bleep
Curtis Uros. recently shipped two tion. "Will you help me?" she asked "Oh. Bernard!" mnntclplecc? And ery pretty she Is, lection of the family for my data, and compartment, drawing-room- , library, An- Ymi t hIiik AIIpii'h - Foot-I'mo- '.'
tralnloads of fat cattle from Portales, then, with bewitching sweetness. "Yes; and as for that other fellow. too. I should bo Jealous." I found, to my alarm, that each mem- observation and dining cars will start It Is the only cure for Swollen,
"You Jealous?" He laughed his ber had retained a different Impression from Chicago, going to the City
.N. M., to Kansas City. Mr. Martlneau looked down at her If ho comes within reach of me, let of Smarting, Burning, Sweating Feet,
they had both risen. him beware. Marguerite, dldn t Mar- frank, pleasant laugh. "No, no, Queen of tho old gentleman's chin. One Mexico and to other prominent cities Corns and Bunions. Ask for Allen's
1R jKiSl Wilbarger county farmers express "What fate would you consider bad tlneau agree that this mar- of the icpubllc nnd back to Chicago Foot-Eas- a powder to bo shaken Into u
you have mo too firmly In claimed It was double and another In-
themselves as pleased with the wheat enough for tho delinquent If we find riage of yours was a mockery a thing Marguerite, your clutches." sisted that It was sharp and clean cut; again, making the tour of all Stores, 2,"c, At all Druggists and Shoo the shoes.
'prospects thus far. him?" he asked. to be set at naught?" The party will be
a daughter described It as 'square and Mexico complete. and absolutely first dress, Allen S. Olmsted, LcRoy, N. Y.
Samples sent FREE. Ad-
"Ah, I should not care so much what "He said he thought it could be set She suppressed a faint sigh. Vague- strictly limited
Harrison county farmers are said became of him, provided I could but aside," answered Marguerite, blushing, ly, regretfully, she felt that she was determined,' and the widow assured mo class. Tlikets Include all expenses Children's cares, like themselves, aro
to bo In bettor financial condition be free!" sighed Marguerite. "on the ground that I was of unsound dragging down this man who loved privately that It wns shaped like tho everywhere. Tho tour Is under the rather little.
than for a number of year?. "I would give a great deal to be able mind at the time; but to do that we her. Oh, to tear away the veil which prow oi an nrmored cruiser. Alto- personal escort and direction of Mr
manager of Cnrnl AflrrltrpniilPil I'nlliiri-i- Willi Oilier
hid the past! Oh, this bitter grinding gether. I found myself In tho deuce of Reau Campbell, general t
Several farms in Palo Pinto county to set you free," he said, with a long want witnesses, and a certificate of want of money, which stared her In, a flx It was no trouble to take off Tho American Tourist Association. Opium, C.Vfulno. miilli'lril tn Morphine, l.ninlnmim. ulll Inform
of nrtcr fulllnit, barinliin. Iinnio-cur- e.
were partially inundated by the over- breath. "If you will put the case Into the marriage, and all that." tho whiskers; I did that in three fell For maps, books of the tour, Chicago. tickets, Mt M. II lUMttln. Hex I.'i:, C'likw. 111.
my hands, I will see what I can do." "Ah. yes!" said Bernard, thoughtful- the face at every turn! on agents of the
flowing of lilg Keechl creek. They were very silent as they enter- swoops; but when
1 blocked out tho etc.. call & St. Paul Hy. Ago seems not to restrain many
brief dialogue on the technical ly. That marriage register Is the In tho Milwaukee
A heavy export shipment of bleached points of the case followed, In which he thing. I have been thinking over one ed tho old dark house with Dr. Stell-lug- 's Jaw experimentally and called Is something most anybody
from foolish practice.
cotton was made from New York sev- pledged bimself to search for the will; or two things with rega:d to that, my name on a brass plato fixed to crowd for suggestions, thero wns a Is willing to part with.
eral days since for Europe. then, with shy thanks, she held out a darling " the door. It was a plain looking Lon- grand chorus of protest. Strange fo
"Bernard, you nre not to say that," don house, but as cosy and cheery say, I pleased nobody, and I havo been TO CtlllE A C'Ot.II IN (INK II AY,
4tCDo It and
ffe' The recent rains illled up th nu-
merous lakes In Erath county, there- she said.
hand In leave taking.
"I shnll be eternally grateful to you," "Marguerite, this is all folly on your within as loving hands could make It. correcting, amending, remodeling and Tako I.axnlivi- llmtno cjulnltieIt Tulilcts. All
part." It boasted a garden behind, tho door doing It all over ngaln ever since. One Sic. i;. W. (Jnc'MKtiatureoticaclilox.
point of dispute was tho location of n
clnipplst rctuntl tl.o money If
If Sou are sick ,nd discouraged with im-
Stick to itr
by giving cattle ample water. "One day I'll remind you of that "It Is not so." she said, with almost leading to which was Just now open, Dire destruction usually follows the pure blood, CAUxrrh or rheumatism, take
promise," was his reply. n sob. "1 am right I know I nm. So and the tendrils of Mrs. Stolling's wart, which half the family said was
Sherman .3 to have a packing house, sowing of wild oats.
long as this terrible barrier U between and tenderly nursed Virginia on tlic left nnd half on the right. I Hood's SarsapzrilU faithfully and persis-
and Grayson county farmers yromlse CHAPTER V. you and me. Bernard, there shall bo creeper swayed to and fro In the gent- finally effected a compromise by paint- FITS I'triuincnUjI urMl. Xot)l.rn t.otini(.nllff tently, and you 'will soon have a cure
to raise many hogs to keep It going. Marguerite's small figure attracted no Think that what ly stirring breeze.
love-makin- ing In two wnrts, one on each side. I lil.l itu I'Mtr.K llr. MtiH.l.it ti.il Krurrr. This medicine has cured thousands of
,i..' of Xrr
iiini i.uitii- -
but little notice as she threaded her It would be for me afterwards If (To bo continued.) got my fee all right, but before I tako la.lt. a. i;ui l.M.i'31 A:i'HM.,i'UU'UHlu.l'a- -
others and it luill do the same for you.
Considerable wheat has been sown way through tho city with the " another tonsorlal Job I'll go to driving
air of if The Baltimore and Ohio lines west j Faithfully taken,
In the upper part of fpshur county a girl well used to London. She took "You are tired out, my dearest, and a trolley car."
A FRENCH JOKE. of the Ohio llicr present a ery busy
this fall, more than for many years her seat In tho train at Broad street you take the worst view. Wo shall
right,' ho rurUliiti .luunmllit Ankcil tu IIorih it.- -
these dnys. as thero Is
nppi-aranc- JlOCcCS SaUafxViiUq
Allen Heard of Midland has driven station, and was carried through come out of this affair all The strong VICTOR HUGO. CITIZEN. scarcely a ten mile stictch without a
a herd of cattle across the plains to poverty-stricke- n Park and Dalston on to a pressure of his arm comforted her. returned reassuringly. hiar.iil nf l'lirlliiuivnliiry Hill. bridge or n construction gang at work. fhWFfut&'i&mt
part of East London. An Interesting hoax has been perpe- A Thlnkrr Itn Tuok it l.r.iillng I'll r I In
Thero are still a few of tho fill bridges
Portales and shipped them to Kansas Alighting from a second-clas- s com- if I could only remember what I purchased last January to be erected,
by a prominent Parisian Jour- lilt Country ' HUtur.v.
City. partment, she at once encountered a did!" she said, wiping away one or trated and almost all of the 20,000 tons of S5
nal at tho expense of Its contempora- Victor Hugo was a public man as pound rails hao been laid. At several
The Merchant' association of Beau- ries, says tho London Standard As re- well as a great writer. Thero aro two points sidings of 100 car capacity aro
mont will hold a rice carnival on Dec. corded some days since, M. Deschanel, loads to political power In France the being constructed, and between New-
10. Premiums will be offered forthe In tho course of one of his noisy sit- civil service ami tho path of the great ark and Chicago Junction thousands of
best display of rice. i JBa I m r ' wa - .Vfi- - tings of last session, broko the historic thinker. In 1821, when Victor Hugo men are
working on extensive grade
Between Chicago Junction
bell placed on his desk to call tho was 19, Chateaubriand and Louis reductions. nearly a score of passing
Ben D. I.ec of Belton received about
150 head of fine steers, which he will
deputies to order. The Journal In XVIII. recognized his great Intellect. and Chicago being
question announced that there was to From that time on his novels, begin- sidings are double track some time In view of a
constructed with a
feed for the northern market on cot be an Interesting rehearsal today.when ning with "Han d'lslando" In ISL'3. the future. They arc to bo long
ton seed meal and hulls. with tho ushers to Imitate the noisy and his poems, In which he enough In most cases to hold three ."(!
An estimate placos the number
rattle that will have becn shipped
from the Pecos valley from March 1.
1S99, to Jan. 1, 1000, at 120,000 head.
ralli&ifsi "tier deputies, a trial of a number of new often tilled spontaneously tho of- car t rains.
bells would be made with a view of fice of laureate, made him Influ-
selecting a successor to M. FIchct's ential In tho reigns of Louis XVI11. eaehMJtithcrn .State. S:,naiidu.pcnifs.
gift, which had done duty since 1S50. and Charles X. After 1S30 Victor Experience not absolutely necessary.
The result was that a crowd of Paris-Ia- n Hugo's novels and tho greater reform For particulars address Pocahontas
Wanted two traveling salesmen In
journalists were early In attend- he worked in tho drama gave France Tobacco Works Co.. lied ford City. Va.
The first annual Uttlc Itoek, Ark
Wealth Is a convenient thing to be (r) iia i ()!
ance at tho Palais Bourbon, with a much of its strength during the reign i
.,! vtv Eg,m
Talr, poultry and live stock exhibit view of ascertaining the hour at which of Louis Philippe. the possessor of.
was held Ave days last week In that
city. It was a success and well at- WillIf
In tho revolution
this Interesting ceremony was to tako of 1S4S Victor Hugo's prominence ns I novor used so quick n ruro n I'io'n
place. Courteous ushers, who, no doubt, one of tho great thinkers of his time Ciiro for Consumption. .1. H. Pnluiur.
Uox 1171, Koaltle, Vnli., Nov :,
Tifiipg ER--k, Z
tended, i from their long experience, would assigned him active part. His polit- lb'JJ.
Harvey Wlnton passed through Den-iso- n make model deputies, were there, as ical power and Integrity made him the Most Keotcr Is truly no match for
several days ago en routn for the
Indian Territory with thirty-nin- e head
usual, to greet them; but nothing was chief stumbling block in Louis Na- Jack Frost.
known of the trial, and the Journalist poleon's path to tho throne.
responsible for tho original paragraph Napoleon's success, however, ban-
Louis n I'm n I'll)'
fi ......... I
of fine .black dehorned cattle for his has the satisfaction of knowing that ished Victor Hugo from France for Is the way l'lMU.n's I'.vk s.w.vk (I, enu your nam: ana auurcss on J(i
""1;. ranch in that country. ho deranged at least fifty of his con- twenty years. It could not silence his Is sold. Clucmiu and (Iraiiulutod lids J! post.il. and wc will send you our "
llany Texas and Indian Territory freres, catucd much amusement nt tho pen, which wrote "Napoleon le Petit," cured In !I0 das; common ror eyes i) page illustrated catalogue free.
corn, chamber, and afforded a subject for "Ives Chatlments," which was polit- In days, or money back for tho ask- 11
Tanners, instead of spiling their COS3lp In tho evening nt the clubs. M. ically ono of the most powerful vol ing, irold lij all iirujrg-lsts- or by : WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO.
are fattening their hogs with It. and Deschanel, the president of tho cham umes of poetry ever published, and mull, 'J.'ic. box. jj 17 WlncheiKr (;nue, New llnen, Conn.JJ
.1. P. IIaut.u. Pecatiir. Texas.
will either sell the porkers or cure the ber, Is still In this country; but on his letters to tho supporters of liberty
meats for their own use. return eight new bells, which havo everywhere In ranee. So, under Hunters of the 'possum are now In
been "ast, will bo submitted to him, seeming defeat. Victor Hugo remained their glory. FOR OUR CATALOGUE XTQO
Farmers In Hardeman county fel
and the chosen three will bo further after ISjL', as he had been before, an WILL SAVE YOU5C D
encouraged over tho wheat and oat embellished with the Initials "R. F." active force In French politics. C.C.C.LINE NOW OPEN! II you want anything In
nlreailv nut in. The rains secure a One of these bells will be placed In during this time, too, ho was writing
Guns, Sporting Goods
& perfect stand, and the early sowing nf-or-
"WELL, MARGUERITE, WHAT LUCK?" the chamber, one kept for reserve, and some of his greatest novels, tho only Completed and Opened HUNTING COATS, BOOT8, KODAKS, SHELLS,
good grazing at present. to Public. TENTS, CAMP OUTFITS,
the other sent to Vcrsellles for the trso fitting picture of tho groat writer must
of future congresses. It seems that bo drawn against tho torn background
the SEWING NIAUMlNta,
A great many fruit trees have gone tall young man who had hurried along two tears. -- It Is so dreadful to NETS. SEINES, 8KATES.
think when M. Deschanel broke the bell be- of political France. National tirrittrtt Iinprmrini'iit of t li - Ace
to the Indian Territory this fall and the platform to meet her. that I may have dono almost anything longing to the chamber, that from tho Anyone I'un HI'lf Out It tn
"Bernard! Did you come to meet when I was out of my mind! But tell congress hall at Versailles, also of his-
thero will be moro general planting
of fruit trees than ever has been me?" course.
me. Bernard let us 'leave this doleful
torical association, for It has assisted
Cblcnuo -I- Spcilnl.l-TliP now C. C. C SCHMELZF.R
fri'i Wl II
il'iMl Prices to all
"Of I'm not going to have talk tell mo ... ,
what you A I .llonte Cnrlo. Hlii' lx now opi li to ilia public, runl lit mice KANMAB OlfTIf, MO.
Icnown In tho southern portion of the you running .. iLI n.i....nl mail.- - uwiiung or wim regard tohavo mar- - at each of tho seven presidential elec-
aDom iuw jiusiuim diet flnt il.l..l.l bt.cn
KJlui'ri " 'iniriniiii pationiiKP on account
Territory. that tions, was requisitioned, only.howcvcr, Tho prince of Monaco seldom vUlts or I IH' IIU'lllOIIIUI HlTWl'l 11 I'd I'll llll. Earcrc?ittwlSffXr1
by yourself. But you are late I vo rlage register." line Is built on Milld merit,
It Is nlmply The tlic KluilKliU'ot ami idiiiitcsi uml leiulx Ui ifSfijBBmBk Salzer's Six Weeks
In" with to almost Immediately sharo at tho tho Monte Carlo Casino. nmtu to
Shipping the fleecy staple out of watched three city trains ' Well," replied tho young
mm,, -- pvo bv
r.rlioily Is ilt'llKliii'd, nnd
Instead of the which he drew tho small hand within been putting two and two together.and vigorous hand of tho president of tho his piece of property, which ho icnts, who thought they would never
Texas as doth bales his arm, and tncy left the station to- u.. mm uttuis iu nie. 'nie governor chamber a fate similar
to that of tho and to which he la)s no claim beyond tlio'e
reach Health uml Happiness way nalu havoe Itllyuiir dvKlrr to kH
time Immemorial raw cotton ones Is gether. found you at Paddlngton you rccol-le-
confrero It had been called In to re- that ot visitor. He ihvells part of the found Ibln un 1'iiiiy "iiil nuio of
MmawMMBBH luo per cent. lour vlftld
place, and which it has now also gono year In a magnlllccut castlo built on Iheie.
a problem many farmers are now con- IctMmPE
"It is good of you to wait so long that the place you came from wns Ninety per cent of the Ills of lumi.iiilt ktitPDrd tu leiu luM
rs sidering the cotton mill Idea has for me, dear boy," she said, grate- by the sea. Now, the bcaslde places to Join in tho parliamentary museum, the highest point In Monaco; ami when are c.ui'cil bytheir cons'eiiiicnci.s. Impure
It conies time to close the cattle, which blood uml ami
liir.y llwrK chronic cumul-natio- n
lire. nu January, imu
tor lirlre In lihl. erci
Lecome a subject of discussion. fully. to which one goes by tho Great West- of tbn whiilo ost-
summer, when tho ein What's pol.fonlng of ntuniblliiK nloiiK ss4SK?S2av!LK iliniKn IIIr raialofruu Cc. lull.
somehow ,Ih generally In the mc ana luuiioiuo.
'At the cattlo roping contest held Bernard Stelling looked ern are chlelly In Devonshire and TO BRING ADOUT SLEEP. weary, when you JIIIIS A. Blum Hit II 111., I 1CHOSSE, WIS. II. J1H.
breezed blow warm,-h- goc3 to Paris the romlwio, sick uml - by tnKliiK
out of place In East London. He was Cornwall. itilckl) llile to health-
nt Ran Angelo the following men won a tall, aristocratic looking oung man are so much out of Somo of the places thero 'I li Hull Hour 11 ifor Ilcdllmii Munilil with his family. Hero ho takes part mil Iluy mid try i'iihciiois Cumly
tho world LADY CLEARED $920, MAN SI.IB2
the purses offered for the cjulckost of five and twenty or thereabouts. Ills is quite possible the Inhabitants that it lie Quietly hiii'iit. In Paris life; and It was here that ho I'nlluirllc You will find that If
R. time made-
Joe Cardner, time thlrty-nln- o features were good, his eyes large and seo a London paper. 1 have been
seconds; Fred bright, and he was Justly
and one-ha- seconds: long chestnut mustache.
prosd of his thinking of offering a
He was a wowlU really bo a temnmtinn nmi in. says tho Spectator.
don't whut thy do, not what wo wiy they'll
Dltllcultles In going tu sleep aro had his famous dlbagrccincnt with do, thai will plenio you. orHold by iiiug-Klu- Mine ToIIkIi, icll li lilni;. rui.et anil black. Why
reward such as sometimes physical moro than mental, sulted In a challenge, which tho prince nnd
Tho physical, un-
Count Castollane last spring, which re- or by generally, ive. V5e Hend 50e per box, nut )ouV lirmumlrated li lain; leiMuiiUeturer.
mall for price."
lice Katnple. A'ldi'ih, Welling Item-
declined to accept. Monaco H prob- ed)' Co., C'hlciigo, Montreal, Cnn.i New
tit n orlht liilriKliiilii; IIuIIiiiIiit'h Murvt-- I
1IOLI.ADAY A. I , K.le
Kept A HSMuuruolit.,tblcaE
for ho nan .rll, ,, ,,, ,,
seconds: Tom bravo vounc fellow, too poverty, and ........ .. ... .... iv-- ,7uiui.nuir imu der ordinary circumstances, aro duo to ably tho richest little kingdom on the
UM' Habit New I'ainWdlioroiiBor
Hob Hller, forty-thre- e-
Wood, forty-seve- n and sec
been born In the midst of
bad never lct heart. His father and
Cornwall local papers." the circulation, Tho following are a
"How clever of you, Bernard!" sho few practical hints: Somo sleep better face of have plenty and to spare, the the earth, per capita, for
Till Ix tho CASCAIIKT tab- -
let. livery tablet of the only 0PHIM
GUAUANT ED. Wrifq
i onds. mother were of the rare quixotic fow said; then, wondorlngly "Mr. half sitting up with three pillows, people
KCnillnn CnsciiirtH benrs the.
iBngic letters i i. i..
A nt the tablet before you buy,
WIIIKKKY IlablU rnnxt
Secretary Smith of tho Fannin who live, not for themselves, but to never suggested that!" better with none; iomo with lit- thero lo more work than there uro men z 3 nnd beware of I muds, Imltu. OPIUM noma wnnoiii puiu, hook
sorrows of those around Hot to perform It. In Monaco, the prince's
County Krult Grower's nsoclatlon says mitigate tho "Mr. Martlneau hasn't such a stako tle covering, somo with much. tloim nnd subatltutrs. it. WouLI.t-V-. M. p., AtliuiU, O.
them. Possessed of talents which
Is In receipt of several letters from would have made his fortune In a to play ns I have," answered Bernard,
drinks or a hot bath Just before sloop, word Is law throughout tho kingdom, Sweet Is a young mothor'K lovo for till FAR SI FnrtnnMlnitockailnTeitllitotlOft
he dropping his persuaslvo voice to n hot bottles to tho feet, are often useful. and the
people adore him. It would 9IU and net 11,00 fur IllOiurei a(uk
express and lallroad offlclals wishing fashionable west-en- d dlstrlct.Dr. Stell- bo a bold man, Indeed, who would her first born. battle llKi:i) CO.. tii B. tlh Su. l'hlUdelplilPa,
lower key. "But, to continue tho Tobacco often Increases sleeplessness. venture to criticise the prince, within
them succes In tholr organization, and ing still choso to live and work In place to which they took you to marry Sometimes, after long waking, a small
offering to quote the association re- one of the most unsavory quarters of you would probably bo an meal will bring sleep. Somo, espe- tho city of Monaco, c within the bor-
duced shipping rates when they are the east end, sometimes getting paid place, yot, I think, not n very cially Invalids, will wako after two derland of the llttlo kingdom.
xedy for same. for his labors, but more frequently not small one they would not care to at- or three hours; a cup of hot, fresh tea
Five hundred high-bre-
exhibited in a tshow at
nnd indulging whenever he could got tract notice. Ah, how I wish I wero n will often send them to sleep again
dogs were the chance In such an extravagantly
Phlladephla generous proceeding as the adopting rich man for your sake, Marguerite! I
Sometimes tho darkness teems exciting
would search every register In the and ono can sleep with a lighted can- tice of Kngland thero used to bo a box
I'riictleul Wuy to l.rnru l.mr.
When Lord Kenyon wis chief Jus-
of Marguerite had been. Ills own kingdom at my own expense,
small private fortune he had devoted
C. C. Slaughter of Dallas, has almost entirely to tho education of his would find the name of tho man who tling window, nro always
hut I dle. Intermittent noises, as of a rat- for tho law studontf.close to tho bench,
bad, but a is unusual with " Five-Cen-
Col. nnd Lord Campbell says ho well re-
so wronged you!" continuous nolso Is often a lullaby. members how tho chief Justlco would
purchased 400 acres moro of alfalfa eon and daughter, Bernard and Mary,
"Dear!" Sho looked at him with Moderato fatigue aids, but exhaustion smokers, but it the has been every-
nnafuraeo ndjolnlng his ranch near tho former of whom had Just obtained grateful, eloquent eyes, "Hut perhaps prevents sleep. Oftoncst sleeplessness fahow tho pleadings to tho students
N. M. This additional lanl a mastership In a public school, hav- and explain their effects. Tho air experience of hundreds of
very creditably through the he married mo under a false name?" U mental and
cprings from a want Kenyon's time has been day thou-
gives Col. Slaughter 900 acres In all ing passed she suggested, of l. Either ono subject since IOnl humming with hthomed of legul educa-
of this kind of pasturage, sufficient It waa perhaps to bo regretted on "Of course he might have done so," engros5cs tho mind or a succession of
tion, yet, strango to say, no one has sands of
men who smoked have
tor a great many cattle. more than one ground that the Impe- ho assented, with a sigh. "If, how- Ideas. In cither caso the sleepless emphasUed tho Importance of follow-
ever, as I can't help supposing, he must make the effort to stop thought.
A Dallas flour mill has received an cunious Bernard had fallen In love
order from Alexandria,
Kgypt, for with the penniless Marguerite; yet, married you to obtain money.be would It Is best dono by
of No. 0 flour, and the thrown as they had been at.
waa scarcely to be wondered
attending continu- ing cases In court, or reporting them
together, It bo rather careful to havo everything ously to some monotonous and unex- dents. The benefit is Immense, Tho
strictly en reglo, and would probably citing Idea which Is
as an education regimen for law stu- Old Virginia Cheroots
student Is shown an object losion how
mitio number of Backs of No. 1. The Together they walked along the dir- U8Q his own name. Ah, Marguerite, Somo count, somo breathe slowly as If the machinery of the law works; tho
duties on Russian flour aro so high, ty, hot. close streets. If my old godmother would only take aslcen. some look at Imaginary sheep
rospcctlvo roles of tho legul drama
during the last thirty years, because
to the letter acompanvlng "Well, Marguerite, what luck?" hi It Into her head to dlo and leave me Eolni: through a gate. Ono of the best played by Judge, counsel, solicitor,
the order, It cannot bo imported. said. "You seo I condescend to ask, all her forti'ne." ways Is to watch those curious appear they
are just good as nowin fact,
"Ah, Bornard, If iho sky were to ances which como to closed eyes, a registrar, witnesses, Jurymen and
going off by
Several farmers of Lamar county though you did InsUt on rain gold, It would not set mo free!" purplo huro fading Into a star, which staff becomo clear to him. And from better
than when they
planted a second crop of potatoes and yourself
In such an Independent man-nor-
"Yes, It would,", he nfllrmed, with becomes an Irregular line, nnd ngaln each bide tho principal dramatis
per-son- were first made.
thoy report tho samo all doing nicely, "I gave you my reasons for doing conviction. "You hhoind bo freo If changes K something olso. They can ho gets hi lesson tho rlpo
Two hundred million Old Vir ginii Cheroots smoked this
notwithstanding two or three heavy so, Bernard," sho answered, with a only I had the money freo to teli me not bo seen wnen ursi sougni, mu fruit of practical and profecnloual yeir.
frosts havo fallen. Tho planters bay sigh. Her spirits wero low; sho was you loved me." will come with a llttlo patlonco. In Ask vour own deslpr. Peieo .
J "' i.cnis. f. '
they feel very much encouraged over tired out. "Thero Is not much to toll. Bernard. Bernard, don't!" all tbeso tho purpose Is to fix tho at-
potatoes. Mr. Loroy was out; I saw his partner. "Don't what?" tention on come object which will Ill Old Sllaaourl.
tho growth of the Mr. Martlneau. He Is going to search ' uon't nay word you will one day arouso no associations. It requires Chicago News; Mrs. (loodwln
A move Is on foot to have at
for the will, and let ma sfe It. I told wish unsaid," steady effort to do this and to prevent Ueru'u a quarter, poor man. Hut tell
cago next yenr, probably In Novom-be- r him the whole story, He seemed to "Marguerite, you InsuU mo hy your tho thoughts wandering, but exercise me, pray,
what over brought you to
W. N. U. DALLAS. NO. 48-1- B9 -
an International livestock expo-.Itlo- n bo greatly Interested." distrust." Increases the power to succeed. Tbi
miserable etutoT Duitr Khoades
which, to that Industry, will be "Did be give you any sort of "It Is for your sake, Bernard, ny bait hour before beitlmo should W this HUtermobotl, iaVam. I win tour-I- A. PRIESMKVER SHOP
what th world' fairofwaa to all to atock are
own dar pent quietly.
fraught Iowa, n I AxerdenU EVEMY CUAmMTtfp
a at ta asMitlM. irajf Mreat 4 11m. tm
if. . i S
i Ls 'takfctl liAa rT--
.' - rgrfiilfllir'MTfciiiarftMMaM .i mmmmmmmm
" 'mMm ' '
't tff tw "if" k; '
EAST ;.YNNE IN REAL LIFE.
rA MI A HE'S SERMON. there bo as ninny heartfelt prc-er- as
Fcicnrc, nnd tho best thing n man can
PEA-MUL- E OVERLAND MAIL COAC Urine i n ScMHtit
III Her I'oruirf
beads counted. Nothing against
floating up from conser amid
Gothic arches, If the prayers be as gen-
have Is what Paul cnlla a good con-
JL1 CONSCIENCE THE SUBJECT OF Hut Is thero no such thing as moral
everything. Tlio taller said: "Well.
Hy the dentil of Mrs. Mnry Keasry at SUNDAY'S DISCOURSE. uine ns the aroma Is sweet. Nothing purification? If a man Is a sinner onca
I think Hilly is awfully slow; he's nice
I he Polyclinic Hospital recently Chi- against Epiphany, or I.rnt, or Ash must ho always bo a sinner, and aa
enough, but, dear me, be is so slow!" cago learns of a romantic and pathol!: Wednesday, or Easter, or Good Friday, unforglven sinner? Wo have all had
One Ho Took WiiIit nnit
Wiikli.cl 111 llmid
of the Methods of Transportation in Tho other gave an Inquiring glanrc, real drama, tlio parallel of "East Ilufni--tlin .Miiltllutli', vijlii-- "I Am f
or Whitsuntide, or Palm Sunday, If consclenco after us. Or do you tell mo
whereupon tlio flist continued: "Sun- l.ynne." Tho doctors pronounced hys- thrso symbols havo behind them genu- that all the words of your life havo
Innocent of tho lllooil of II1I4 .lint ine repentance and holy reminiscence,
South Africa. day, you know, wo went walking to the teria as the cause of tho woman's reMim" .Unit, 7l Ml. and Christian consecration. Hut cer-
been Just right, and all the thoughts of
your heart havo been Just right, nnd
u park. 1 picked a number of autumn
leaves and fastened them in my bolt,"
death, but tho assertions of friends,
and the circumstances of Mrs. Kea-sey- 's
emony Is only the sheath to tho sword, all the actions of your life Just right?,
"Well, what of It?" said her friend. At about 7 o'clock In the morning, up It Is only tho shell to the kernel, It U Then ynu do not know yourself, and I
The Transvaal essentially n landI3 selves and their children outside their previous life and surroundings tho marble stairs of a palace and only tho lamp to the flame, it is only
"Oil, really nothing much, only he take tho responsibility of saying you
of strnngo sights and odd customs. Tlio doors In tlio stioets where sidewalks Indicate that death resulted from a across the floors of richest mosaic, and the body to tho spirit. Tho outward are a pharlsco, you aro a hypocrlto,
most unlquo Institution of thorn nil, couldn't tako the hint that those leaves hioken .
Mrs. Keahcy was mar-
should be. Tho first time a foreigner needed pressing." under ceilings dyed with all the splen- mun be symbolical of tho inward. you aro a Pontius Pilate, and do not
however, viewed from the standpoint fnlls over 0110 of these bathing parties ried in 18S0 uml divorced In 1SD0. Her dors of color, and between snow banks Wash tho hands by all moans, but know It. You commit tho very samo
of tho American visitor, Is tlio mall and Into tho nrms of the bather he husband married again the following Jf white and glistening sculpture, more than all, wash the heart. sin that Pllato committed. You hava
coach, which traverses It monntalnoii3 fools that tho situation Is unique; but year. For nently eight years Mrs. passes a poor, pale, sick young man of Heboid, also, as you see Governor cruclfipd tho Lord of Glory.
roads from point to point, carrying .Simply Sir.
KoiiBcy worked as a servant to sup-
by tlio time lie has tumbled over half 3.1, already condemned to death, on his Pontius Pilate thrust his hands into
tho mall. Mr. Herbert Spencer's emergence s
of this audience aro mado
It resembles In general n a dozen he tires of tho fun, rubs his from the port herself, and Anally, last August, way to be condemned again. Jesus of his wash basin, the power of con- up of thoughtful and earnest people,
typical old western stage coach, hut It habitual uml all hut enforced had to go back to her former husbard, Nazareth is his name.
shins nnd makes some very uncompli- retirement of his old ago
science. Ho had an Idea there was then nine-tent- of this audience are
mentary comments, while the pollto eighty to protest against he
Is drawn hy a team of live pairs Is nearly ei'ter his household practically as a
of Coming out to meet him on this tes- blood on his hand the blood of an In- saying within themselves, "Is there no
horses. Of horses, did we say? No, It war
little woman under'ieath squeaks out: Africa, reeii'ls the Interesting in South servant, live with his second wife and sellated pavement Is an unscrupulous, nocent person, whom ho might have
U much odder than that. fact thnt, such thing as moral purification? 13
"Sayonara." (Sir, please call again), despite all bis high her own two children, and see the af- compromising, cowardly
time-servin- acquitted If ho only had tho courage. thero no laver In which the soul may,
Tho leaders of tho team arc two etc. Iialtimoro Sun. achievements In fections that were formerly lavished man, with a few traces ot sympathy Poor Pilate! his conscience was after
philosophy anil literature, he Is still wash and be clean?" Yes, yes, yea.
mules, well-train- on her given to another and bear her and fair dealing left In his composition him, and ho knew the stain would Tell it In song, tell It In sermon, toll
licet of foot and sure climbers of pre- simply Mr. Spewer, with no honorary sorrow In silence, says the New York Governor Pontius Pilate. Did ever never be washed from tho right hand
BIRTH OF A FASHION PLATE. titles or academic degrees. In that re- It in prayer, tell It to the hemispheres.
cipitous mountain passes. Following Press. Mrs. Kcasey was on her way such opposltes meet? Luxury and pain, or tho left hand, and until the day of That Is what David cried out for when
them comes a pair, consisting of don- spect he stands nlone. Darwin, Cnr-lyl- e from the home of her husband to cnll selfishness and generosity, arrogance his death, though he might wash In
key and zebra, the latter a hybrid, a I.llirl on Woiiipii'n TimIii Vt'lilrli All Trim and Huskln accepted doctorates; he said, "Wash me thoroughly from
on her physician when slie fell In the and humility, sin and holiness, mid-nig-
all the lavcrs of the Roman empire, ray sin, and cleanse rae from mine In-
trifle bolow tho usual height of the Alfii Mint lli'icnt. Tennyson became a peer; Max Muller street. She was removed to tho Poly- and midnoon. thoro would be still eight fingers and iquities." And that Is what in another
wild zebra. The second, third and All, for tho good old time when has been knighted; nnd tho late Haron clinic Hospital and died an hour later. Tho bloated-lippe- d governor takes two thumbs red at the tips. place, ho cried out for when he said,
fourth pairs are similarly mated, with artists, real artists, could he persuaded Bunnell had so many orders and de- Iks former husband was Informed at the cushioned seat, but tho prisoner Oh, the power of conscience when It "Wash me and I shall be whiter than
the animals usually harnessed alter- to design u costume. One of the prin- grees thnt he did not know what to do once, and tho body was removed to an stands, his wrists manacled. , In Is fully aroused! With whip of scor- snow." Behold the laver of the Gos- -
nately on the on nnd off side. The cipal Items of expense to a lady of old with them. Of course it is through his undertaking establishment. It was a o
around the pristtfer pions over a bed of spikes In pitch of nf'l. flllfifl tilth llflli-- . Iniml.lng Til (I
are the Sanhedrlsts, with llasPig midnight it chases guilt. Are there you ever see the picture of the laver In
e.vcs and brandished fists, pro3a-utln- g ghosts? Yes. not of tho graveyard, me undent tabornacle or In the an-
this case in the name of but of one's mind not at rest. cient temple? Tho laver in the an-
religion, for the bitterest persecu- cient tabernacle was made out of the
And thus, Hrutus, amid bl3 slumbering
tions have been religious persecutions; women's metallic looking glasses. It
ind when Satan takes hold of n good host, was a great basin standing on a beau-
man he makes up by Intensity for Startled with Caesar's stalwart ghot. tiful pedestal; but when tho temple
brovlty of occupation. Macbeth looked at his hand after was built, then the laver was an Im-
If you have
never seen an ecclesiastical court try- the midnight assassination, and he mense affair called the brazen sea; and
ing a man, then you have no Idea of s.ays:
oh, how deep were the floods thoro
the foaming Infernallsm ot these old Will all great Neptune's ocean wash gathered! And thero were ten lavera
religious Sanhedrlsts. Governor Pi- this blood beside five at the right and five at
late Clean from my hand? No; this my the left and each laver had three hun-
tho prisoner, and
finds right away that ho Is Innocent hand will rather dred gallons of water. And the out-
and wants to let him go. His caution Tho multitudinous seas Incarnadine, side of these lavers was carved and
Is also Increased by somo one who
comes to the governor and whispers
Making the green ono red.
From what did Adam and Eve try to
chased with palm trees so delicately
cut you could almost seo the leavc3
In his ear. The governor puts his hide when they had all the world to tremble, and lions so true to life that
hand behind his ear, so as to catch the themselves? From their own con- you could Imagine you could see the
words almost Inaudible. It Is a mes- science. What made Caln'3 punish- nostril throb, and the cherubim with
sage from Claudia Procula, his wife, ment greater than he could bear? His outspread wings. That magnificent
who has had a dream about tho Inno- conscience. What made Ahab cry out laver of the old dispensation Is a fee-
cence of this prisoner and about the to the prophet, "Hast thou found me, ble type of the more glorious laver ot
danger of executing him, and sho O mine enemy?" What made the our dispensation our sunlit dispensa-
MULE LEADERS TO A TEAM OF Z EHRAS HAULING THE MAIL COACH.
awakens from this morning dream In great Felix tremble before tho little tion. t
tlmo to send the message to her hus- missionary? Conscience. What made Here Is the laver holding rivers of
wheelers are somewhat heavier than band, then on the Judicial bench. And Uelshazzar's teeth chatter with a chill salvation, having for Its pedestal tha
Italy used to be the "retainer" she own volition that Mr. Spencer remains taken to her old homo, South Uend,
what with the protest of his wife, and Rock of Ages, carved with the figure
tho others, unusually strong specimens paid to n Da Vinci, a Hramanto or unadorned. Tho highest honors have Ind., hy hor husband's second wife and when he saw a finger como out of tho
being secured for this duty. some other artist of noto to furnish her been offered to him, by universities her own daughter. the voice of his own conscience, and black sleeve of the midnight and write of the lion of Judah's tribe, and hav-
Tho reason for the peculiar mating the entire failure of the Sanhedrlsts to on tho plastering? Conscience, con- ing nalm branches tor lctnrv nnd
with a design for her court nnd other and by sovereigns, only to bo declined.
Is that hy this means tho speed of tho di esses of ceremony, says e.
His reason is the generous one thnt for make out their case, Governor Pilate science ! wings suggestive of the soul's flight
zebra and the sturdlncss of tho donkey Cell KliniliV Anililtlon. resolves to discbarge the prisoner from Why Is It that that man In this audi- toward God in prayer, and the soul's
Today somo one who can draw Is given men who have accomplished something
can be combined to the best advantage. nn Idea by n eostumer that Is, by to accept titles gives them an artificial Sixteen years ago Cecil Rhodes, then custody. ence, with all the marks of worldly flight heavenward when we die. Coma
The zebra does not lend himself read- somo one who has mado or cut dresses a man of small means nnd no political Hut tho intimation of such a thing prosperity upon him, Is agitated while ye auditory and wash away all your
and undue advantage over others who, brings upon tho governor an equinoc-
ily to tho Idea and contests the ground under somo other costumer's tutelnge. although perhaps Just as worthy, have record, stood In a small Klmberley I speak, and Is now flushed and Is now sins however aggravated, and all your
'Inch hy Inch during his period of Neither one has studied or cares aught not secured such distinction. It is shop and looked for a long time at a tial storm of Indignation. They will pale, and then the breath Is uneven, sorrows, however agonizing. Come to
training. Curiously enough this does map of Africa which hung on tho wnll. report him to tho emperor at Rome. and then beads of perspiration on the this fountain, open for all sin and
for art, proportion, harmony or the simply hy his works, not by men's They will have him recalled.
not nrouso the obstlnato spirit of the other superfluities. They are costum-er- s.
praises of him, that ho isl1e3 to bo An acquaintance who had watched They forehead, and then the look of unrst tho furthest, the worst. You
mule, unless It can be said to stimulate What have they to do with such him for several minutes stepped up to will send him up home, and he will be conies to a look of horror and despair? need not carry your sins half a sec-
known. hung for treason, for the emperor has I know not. Hut ho knows, and God
r'hlm to oppose his mate. So ho proves details? A wonderful assemblage of Rhodes and asked him whether he was ond. Come and wash In this glorious
tho best teacher In the world for the Ideas Is the result, a confection In attempting to find the location of Klm- already a suspicion in regard to Pilate, know3. It may be that ho despoiled a gospel laver. Why, that is an oppor-
wild animal. silks, satins, chiffons nnd laces. These Amlulillltr nnd Dciudtnoin, berley. Mr. Rhodes mado no reply for and that suspicion does not cease until fair young life and turned Innocence tunity enough to swallow up all na-
Thcso teams make better time over ideas and materials arc beautifully Philadelphia Inquirer: I lately heard several seconds, then placed his right Pilate Is banished and commits suicide. Into a waif, and the smile of hope Into tions. That is an opportunity that will
'the mountain roads than can bo made and painfully drawn upon paper und an amusing atory of a lady who, hav- hand over the map and covered a large So Governor Pontius Pilate compro- the brazen laughter of despair. Or It yet stand on tho Alps and beckon to
by circuitous routes by rail, so that ing rendeied somo small help to a part of south nnd central Africa, mises the matter, and proposes that may be that he has In his possession Ital;', and yet stand on the Pyrenees
draped upon an alleged female flguro
until tho railroads build over the raugo friend, was described with enthusiasm from tho Atlantic to the Indian ocean. Christ be whipped Instead of assas- the property of others, and by somo and beckon to Spain, and J: will yet
at least seven feet tall, with head strategom he keeps It according to law,
the mall coach will ho a fixture. slightly turned, nudum hair, sylph-lik- e by that friend as being most kind and "All that HrltMh!" he said. "That Is sinated. So the prisoner Is fastened stand on the Ural and beckon to Rus-
waist, a stage smile und a back- unselfish and devoted to the service of my dream." "I will give you ten to a low pillar, and on his bent and and yet he knows It is not his own, sia, and It will stand at the gate of
The- - Iniimri llittli. ground of palms and ferns. This others. A girl who hoard this imme- years to realize It," said the friend. bared back como the thongs of leather, and that If his heart should stop beat- heaven and beckon to all nations. Par-
drawing being reproduced upon thou- diately diew a mental picture of a thin, "Give mo ten more," said Rhodes, with pieces of lead and bone Inter- ing this moment he would bo In hell don for all sin, and pardon right away,
To their credit bo It said, Japs nro pale, aubducd-lookin- g twisted, so that every stroke shall be forever. Or It may be ho Is respon- through the blood of the Son of God.
regular whales nt bathing, nnd usually sands and thousands of sheets, lo! a cieaturo In a "and then we'll have a new map."
fashion plato Is born, with tho name clinging, nun-llk- o black dress with of tho required time has tho moro awful. Christ lifts himself sible for a great mystery, the disap- A little child that had been blind, but
when not drinking tea aro bathing. Three-fourth- s
from the scourging, with flushed cheek pearance of some ono who was never through skilled surgery brought to
Their only trouble In life seems to bo of tho great designer In the d left-han- bands of smooth, flat hair parted in passed, and the full realization of
tlio middle, and on being Introduced a and torn and quivering and mangled hc.nd of, and the detectives wcro baf- sight, said, "Why, mother, why didn't
inability to enjoy both these ertner, tho password, tho hall mark! Rhodes' dream must take place within
flesh, presenting a spectaclo of suiter-in- s fled, and the tracks were all covered
nt tho samo time. Every woman, or, rather, nearly every few days later to a cheerful person In the next four years. you tell rae tho earth and the sky are
If some gown and with in which Rubens, the painter.founJ up, and tho swift horso or tho rail
American trick swimmer could teach woman, studies it, ndmlies it, and, bo a fashionably-mad- e so beautiful? Why didn't you tell
vigorously curly hair, she was so tak- the theme for his greatest master- train took him out of reach, and there me?" "Oh," replied the mother, "my'
tho Jnps how to swallow tea out of a ' s'le 'o:,n or f;lt ,!l'l or short, her next Willi t lit Comlni;, piece. are only two porsons In the universe
bottle while under water they would diess must bo llko that. Perchance en aback as to bo scarcely able to child, I did tell you often: I often fold
Hut the SnnhedrMts aro not yet sat- w ho know of It God and himself. God
build 11 tin templo round him, burn her dressmaker has not signed her soul speak. Why should a kindly disposi- It Is probable that In a century or you how beautiful they are; but you
tion be associated so often, as It seems so tho housekeeper will think no more isfied. They have had somo of his present at tho time of the tragedy and were blind, and you couldn't see!"
made of old rags and bono under nway entirely nnd protests feebly that present at tho retrospection, and
to be, with the suppression of all that of turning on the cold on a hot sum- nerves lacerated; they want them all con-silen-
Oh, If we could have our eyes opened
Ws noso and worship him. Public that special style Is not adapted to her U pleasing In outward appearance? lacerated. They have had some of his conscience with stings, con-
bnths nro' numerous In which "mixed patron's particular flguro; but for her mer day than we think now of turning to seo the glories In Jesus Christ wo
effrontery sho may loso a customer. Tho Idea must surely be that the "very, on tho heat. When this Is accom- blood; they want all of It, down to tho science with pincers, conscience with would feel that the half had never been
bathing" was practiced until lately; flails, conscience with furnaces, is up-
That dress has to be mado In that way very good" cannot take tlmo or plished the x and the Ice manIce-bo- last corpuscle. So Governor Pontius told us, and you would go to somo
but now n bamboo fenco separates the thought for their toilet, and people do will not bo ueeessaiy. Pilate, after all this merciful hesita- on him: and until a man's conscience
'exes, though It does not screen them and In uonu other. Christian man and say, "Why didn't"
not pause to consider that peculiarity tion, surrenders to the demoniacal cry roiucs him he does not repent. What you tell me before of tho glories of tho
from view, the fenco being only two of dress often Involves far more caio of "Crucify him!" Hut the governor made that farmer converted to God
feet high In In the
In- Worth Irjlni;. go to his Infidel neighbor and say: Lord Jesus Christ?" and that friend
slow to I'ntrli On. than to follow fashions In moderation, sends for something. He sends a slave would say. "1 did tell you, but you
terior of Japan. Somo homes have a and be as others are. Giles You always seem to bo happy out to get something Although the "Neighbor, I have four of your sheep.
wooden bathtub, circular shape, with a From tho Albany Evening Journal: and contented. Why is It? Smiles-W- ell, They came over Into my fold six year3 were blind and could not see, and you
constables aro In hasto to take the pris. were deaf and could not hear."
stove built In one end, which heats tho They stood In a crowd of people at tho you see I manage to be Just deaf oner to execution and tho mob outside ago. They had your mark upon them,
water. Tho wholo family, beginning corner of Stato nnd Pearl streets this Propi-i-
llil;!it. enough not to hear some things, and aro impatient to glare upon their vic- and I changed It to my mark. I want Hlsfry says that a great armycamo
With tho father, bathe In the samo morning two girls-bri- ght, line-looki-
A man should weigh 2S pounds for Just blind enough not to see others. tim, a pause Is necessitated. Yonder you to havo those sheep, and I want to capture ancient Jerusalem.and when"
Irv' water. Sometimes women "tub" them- - vivacious and talking about every foot of Ills height. Chicago News. It conies, a wash basin. Somo pure, you to havo the Interest on the money, mis army got on the hills so that they
bright water is poured Into It. and then and I want you to have the increase saw tho turrets and towers of Jeru-- 1
Goernor Pllato puts his white, deli- of the fold; if you want to sond mo to salem, they gave a shout that mado
cate hands into tho water and rub3 prison I shall mako no complaint?" J tho earth tremble; and tradition,
FLYING MACHINE KILLS INVENTOR, them togothor, and then lifts them
dripping, for tho towel fastened nt the
Tho Infidel heard of the man's conver-
sion, and he said. "Now, now, If you
have got them sheep you aro welcome
whether true or false, says that so
great was the shout, eagles flying In
the air dropped under the atmospheric
slave's girdle, while ho practically
says: "I wash my hands of this whole to them. I don't want nothing of thosa percussion. Oh. If we could only catch
homicidal transaction. I wash my tLlnss at all. You Just go away from a glimpse of this Gospel temple into
fei ,' H. V.Pilchor Is tho latest Inventor through the air. The idea was that tho was used to direct and hold up the horaes. There was a heavy wind blow, ma-clil-
hands of this entire responsibility; you me. Something has got hold of you wnicn we are all invited to como and
i to jlvo up his lifein nn effort to solvo wings or aeroplanes of tho gliding (and had the desirable ndvnntago lug, but this would have not rendered
Ute secret of aerial navigation. Mr. would keop its body, together of reducing tho risk of uccldent), and tho exp?rlment will havo to bear It." That Is tho that I don't understand. 1 heard you wash, there would ho a song Jubilant
much more dnngerous, meaning of my text when It says: "He were down at those religious meet- and wide sounding, at New Jerusalem
'JWkher was killed In London recently with tho weight of tho experimenter, tho other of which dragged tho for It must bo remembered that these ings." nut the converted man would seen, at New Jerusalem titer,
white experimenting with his now gild. suspended by tho pressuro of tho nlr took water and washed his hands be-fo- v.
forward anft gavo It Its "start." "gliding" experiments wero always d tho multitude, saying, I am Inno- not allow things to stand In that way, hosannas of other worlds flying mid-
licYnachlnc. from underneath so long as tho wings During tho last three years, however, on against tho wind,
Tho experiment, which took place at had a sufficient velocity In n forward ho gradually Increased tho 3l?o of his greater Ps forco tho greater nnd tho cent of the blood of this Just person; and so tho Infidel said: "Well, now, air would fold their wings and drop In-
tho chanco seo ye to it." you can pay me tho value of the sheep, to our closing doxology! Against tho
Stanford Hall, near Market Harbor-ouf- h,
direction. Mr. Pilchor, who wns a most machine, and ndded a "tall" very llko of success.
and caused his death, was no Heboid in this, that ceremony nnd six per cent interest from that disappointing and insufficient laver of
enthusiastic student of all that related the tall of a bird by which ho hoped What does nppenr to have caused the amounts to nothing, If there are not In time to this, and I shau't say anything Pilate's vice, and Pilate's cowardice.
It correspondencies of heart and life. more about It. Just go away from nun riMiob sin, 1 piaco the brazen sea
It is a good thing to wash the hands. me." What was tho matter with the of a Savior's pardoning mercy!
God created of the
two farmers? in the one caso a con-
world water, and In that commanded victed conscience leading him to hon- I)later at Srn.
cleanliness; and when the ancients did esty, and In tho other case a con- In Knowledge for September Mr.
not take the hint he plunged tho whole victed conscience warning against In- Hacon points out that moro than nn
world under water and kept It there fidelity. recent disaster at sea, still unex
for some time. Hand wushlng was a Conversion amounts to nothing un- plained, shows the necessity of revis-
religious ceremony nmong tho Jews. less tho heart Is converted, and the ing our notions of the transmission of
The Jewish Mlshna gave particular di- pocketbook Is converted, and tho cosh
rection now that the hands must bo sound waves. Official reports again
drawer Is converted, nnd tho ledger Is and again Insist on the fact that tho
thrust threo times up to the wrist In converted.nnd the fireproof safo Is con- hearing of tho siren nnd tho foghorn
water, and the palm of the hand must verted, and the plseon-hol- o containing Is apt to provo uncertain, nnd that on
bo rubbed with the closed fist of the tho correspondence Is converted, and somo occasions there are found areaa
other. All that well enough for n sym- his Improvement Is noticed even by the or zones of silence whero their warn-
bol, but here In tho text Is a man who canary bird that sings In tho parlor,
proposes to wash away tho guilt of n ing will unaccountably fade. Mr. Ba-
and the cat that licks tho platter after con was granted a sojourn in n light-
sin which he does not quit and ot tho meal, and the dog that comes
which ho does not mako any repent- house by the Trinity houso, and hl
bounding from tho kennel to greet observations there showed that whllo
ance. Pilate's wash basin was a dead him. A man half converted, or quar- a condition of still and settled fog may
failure. ter converted, or a thousandth part
Coremonles, however beautiful and
aid the travel of sound, compacted
converted, is not converted at all. cloud-heap-s,
or wreaths, nnd masses
appropriate, may bo no more than tnU What will bo tho great book In the
hypocritical ablution. In fancy wo may of rolling mist nro capable of refract-
day of Judgment? Conscience. Con- ing and diverting sound waves In a
be sprinkled from thu baptismal font, science recalling mlslmproved oppor-
and in manhood we may wade Into mnnner that will deceive tho most
tunities. Conscience recalling .unfor-glve- n practiced ears.
deep Impression, and yet never como to
sins. Conscience bringing up
moral purification. Wo may kneel nil the past. Alns, for this Govornor
without prayer.and bow without rever- blio Will Too llluy.
Pontius Ptlnte! That night after tho Husbanit (meekly) This
ence, and sing without any acceptance. is tho
court had adjournod and the Sanhed- fourth time this week we've had tinned
All your creeds nnd liturgies, and sac- rlsts had gono home, and nothing was
raments, and genuflections, and reli- beef nnd cabbagu, Maria, and I'm a llt-tl- o
heard outside tho room hut tho step of tiled of It. Ills WifeI'm sure,
gious convocations amount to nothing tho sentinel, I see Pontius Pllato arise
THE WINO-SHAPE- l)
FLYING MACHINE AHOUT TO SOAR. unless your heart-lif- e Thomas, you'ro very unreasonable!
go Into them. from his tapestried and sleepless couch
When that bronzed Blavo took from You know I've had to correct tho proof i.- -
XooIhHrdy to flying machines, and 11 constant
feat, but one which ho had to bo ublo to niter the anglo of the and go to tho laver and begin to wash sheets of my now book, "One Hundred
irfMbtcd, with varying modifications, speaker nt tho dobatos of the Aero- accident wns tho tall, tho coid attach- tho presence of Pllato that wash basin
noroplano's flight while it wns still in ment of which had boon saturated by his hands, crying: "Out, out, crimson Dainty Dlnuers."
jiiuuy times before. Mr, Pllcher's was nautical Society, mado his first experi- ho carried away none of Pilate's cruel- spoil TcIIest thou to mo, and to Gou.
motion. With the tall, of courso, the rain, and which suddenly refusing to
not a flying mnchliio, but, as he him- ments from tho elevation of hills, and suspending rope wns dUpanssd with. ty, or Pllato's wickedness, or Pilate's and to the night, ray crlmo? Is there
act, or perhaps suddenly coming into sullt. tlefeuUInK 111 l'rootrlf,
self used to rail it, n "gliding ma- secured tho Initial velocity necessary On the occasion whon ho nut his no alkali to remove these dreadful
chine" tor giving himself mid his machine a death In Lord Hrnyu's park, no sus-
action with a Jerk, brought the ma-chl- Nothing against creeds; wo nil have stains? is there no chemistry to dis- lecturerThe acoustics of your haU
Tho principle of Its flight wns that short skim through tho air by taking
out ot tho wind, and down to them, cither written or Implied. Noth- aro very bad, sir. Proprietor No sir
pending ropo wns used, and tho neces-ear- y the ground with a crash. Tho unfortu-nat- o solve this carnage? Must I to tho day They're all right. It was the
ot tl4 aeroplane; mora famlllnrly that a preliminary run. Lator, however, ko start for the huge klto, for that ing against ceremonies; they nro-o- f In- seta
aeronaut, falling from a height of of my death carry tho blood of this factory you Hmelled. Brooklyn
of tho kite, or of th piece of card- seemed tho requlslto ttnrt by an at- was what It was in offect, was Im- finite Importance. Nothing against Innocent man on my heart and hand? Lit.
fifty feet, fractured tils legs, nnd dlod
board which school boys sond "scaling" tachment of two ropes, 0110 of which parted to It by a ropo drawn hy two duct day from shock
sacraments; they are divinely d.
Out, thou crimson spot!" The worst
Nothing against a rosary, If thing a man can havo Is an ovil coa- -
Praise from even th bunkw 1. --.
1 stimulus to greater exsrtiM.
. SbES'- - .
Holmrl' Kunri-rtl- . l'auuoudlo t'attleinrn. Ilravjr NorthraMcr. Cotton Major Killed. EraryttitaS Qalat.
Jjashcll free JJrm KILLED KHALIFA. Patemm, N. J., Nov. 27. With the mnrillu, Tex., Nov. X7. The third Rockport, Tex., Nov. 25. A heavy Corslcana, Tex., Nov. 24. J. M. Ber-glnn- ls, San Antonio, Tex, Not. M.-T- wo
cam ba bMc
Impressive religious ceremonies of the meeting of tho Pandnndlo Llvo Stock northeaster sthuck this place about 5 n prominent cotton buyer lnj Important announcements
Posh terlan church and with tho dig- nsoclatlon was cnlled to order by Chair- o'clock yesterday evening and contin- city, was shot Uireo times and ln-- i In regard to tho late troubU between
UK J. K. POOUB, PaMUher,
Gen. Wingatc Successful Againr.t nity due to his high olllcc, all that Is man Thomas Council of Canadian. The ued for an hour, then shifted to the stnntly killed nt 6:20 o'clock yesterday tho negro troops and theclttrensAtJ
HASKELL, - - TEXAS. Former's forces, mortal of tho late vice president, Gar attendance was large, the opera house northwest nnd blow harder than ever. nftcmoon on tho corner of East Collin Fort Ringgold on tho Mexican t rontlqrT"
ret A llobart, was committed to being packed, cattlemen from nearly This was accompanied by heavy rain. and Twelfth strets. Ono Is tho welcome news from both
TEXANETTES. earth Saturday afternoon. every point above the quarantine lino Aout 8 o'clock tho wind wont back Tho tragedy was witnessed by quite) military and civilian Bources that ev-
to the northeast and for about two a number of people, tho streets having erything Is quiet and that no
The president, Scrcotary of State putting in an appearance.
Terrell la after a cotton mill. RESULTS IN MOST DIRE DEFFAT. John Hay. Chief Justice Fuller, For- This organization was Instituted last hours the hardest wind for years was tho usunl number of people on them tioublo Is expected. Tho other Is that
Canyon is to have a national bank. mer Vice President Levi P. Morton, September with a membership of twen experienced, windows were blown In, for that hour. tho post Is to bo permanently aban-
Its roll call amounted to 150, several boats went ashore, portions of Sheriff Allen was near tho scone of doned.
Georgetown has electric street lights. Former Secretary of War AlgT, (
ho Tho garrison will bo withdrawn as
Stcphenvllle has organized a board "Ihelr Entire Camp Wat Captured and Secretary of tho Infrlor Hitchcock, nnd twenty now names wer udded. Us somo roofs were blown nway and Hu- tho killing at tho time, nnd ns
large Number of Men, Women and the supremo court Judges, members objects ate of a purely protective char- morous fences wcro blown down. hastened to where the shots wore fired soon as the
of trade. acter, being similar In their main fea- A party o fhunteis, headed by Hon. ho was met by Mr. Archlo L. Lots-peltc-
can bo made. This latter statement
of th- senate, members of congress
Big Springs now opera house will Children Secured, tures to tie Terns Cattlo Raisers' asso- A party of hunters, bended by Hon. another prominent cotton buy- was mado by Gen. McKlbbon yester-
and the vice president's personal
cost $3000. ciation of Fort Worth, the organization In the yachts Cnnule nnd Lone Stur, er, nnd who up to a short time ngo day afternoon, and leaves no doubt of
friends filled tho beautiful Church of the Intention of tho military authori-
Beaumont expects to have free mall binding itself to prosecute al cases of wore out nhout seven miles ueiow was associated In business with Ber-gln- es
Cairo, Nov. 27. Lord Cromer, the Jhe Ksdecmer and with moistened
w delivery soon.
An Infant's remains wore found In a lowing dispatch from Gen. Kitchener quently testified to his worth as a
sewer In Beaumont.
British minister here, received the fol- eye and bowed head silently and elo-
"Wlngato's force caught up with the neighbor and friend.
cattle theft, destroying of brands, town, nnd wore forced to anchor ofr
"mavericklng' and any other offense tho night. The wind blew so hard that volved, four chnmbers of which were
entailing loss when brought to Its no
tice by a member.
the yachts were unable to make a har-
who handed him a smoking re ties.
Official Information from Fort Ring-
empty, nnd surrendered himself to tho gold and Rio Oraudo City is slowly
was immediately taken to coming In, but it relates chiefly to the
Buster Gilmer was accidentally shot khallfn's forces seven miles southeast Through the west window from the bor, which lay only nhout a half mile officer nnd present stato of public feeling, and
The address of welcomo was deliv- county Jail.
and killed near Souora. of Godld and attacked It. After a shnrp center of tho stained gloss Maltose away. The party came Into town rath- the
fight he took his position. The khn-ltf- cross pierced a ohaft of crimson that
ered by Lieut. Gov. Browning, and was At an hour mentioned Bcrglnnls was nothing Is known of which Bide fired
un able appeal tor combination among er worn out. Feen in conversation with a mnn at the first Bliot and does not deal with
Frank Jenkins was badly stabbed In
who was mrorunded by n body- shed Its light around tho catafalque cattle growers and News has i cached hoio from Fulton,
a dlfflculty at Fort Worth. concerted action. the foot of the stairway that led to the causes of the conlllct. Tho follow-
guard of emirs, wns killed and all th and bathed the orchids, narcissus a small fishing village, throe miles up
living In Chicago are or- principal emirs were killed Mr. Browning assorted emphatically tho cotton office of Lotspelch & Co., ing dlsputch was given out at depart
or captured blossoms and white roses in bright that the organization was not In any the bay, that nearly all tho cows In the and excited languago was being used. ment headquarters yesterday after-
Chicago-Texa- s club. ecept Osmnn Dlgnn, who escaped. bay by tho
? A switch engine and box car fright-
tints The eye of the clergyman trav- way antagonistic In Its views to nny place wore driven Into the A blow was passed and shooting began noon:
I" "Thn dervishes were utterly defeat- wind nnd di owned. Some horses suf- "Fort Ringgold, Tex., Nov. 22. To
T ened a horse to death nt Bonham. ed, their whole camp was tnken and
eled along the thaft of light to the similar body elsewhere, but proposed
fered the same fate.
clots as he repeated the words: "The working In concert with them for the At tho first shot Bcrglnnls turned Gen. McKlbbeu, department command-
Bob McKlnney has two sentences thousands Rurrenered. A large number A party who ha3 been along the
I.urdaApve and the Lord hath taken benefit of tho cnttlomen and tho ad- and ran north on Tenth stret, nnd as er: No trouble of any kind last night,
j i of death against him at Greenville. of women, children and cattle nlso fell
awnjMblossed bo the name of tho vancement of cattle Intciests through- beach estimates the number of dead
. he ran tlncc more shots were fired, tho nnd- - everything Is now qulot. Arms
G. C. Paso, a Rogers dry goods deal- Into the hands of the Anslo-Egyptln-
LordT out Texas and neighboring sections. animals at seventy-five- Tho loss of
last cliot being fired Just as ho reached and ammunition secured. Men under
force " v
er, has Hied a deed of trust for $2300. The chief magistrate of the country Ho wns followed by Chairman Council, these cows Is a hard blow to the pco' the rear side door of tho grocery of S. perfect coutiol. RUBOTTOM."
Gen Kitchener also wires: pic. being In many rases their only M. This dispatch shows that "tho war Is
The courthouse at Fort Stockton Is bowed his hands in his hands. He William Harold, Col. C. Goodnight and Rnnsome.
to have Improvements costing $2000. "Wlngato's Arab scouts located the was visibly affected. All the pomp of others, who also advocated harmony milch cows. Berglnnls staggered Into the door- over," and prompt Investigations now
khalifa's position at Omdehrikas. Our an official pageant, which was omitted between the various live stock organi- Hon. E. II, R. Green Is up the hay way and fell forwnrd on his face, gasp- on foot will undoubtedly sottlo the
The Cotton Belt railway repair shops
'orce marched from Gedll in the moon- In deference to the wishes of the de- zations In Texas and united effort, the In his yacht Mabel, on n hunting trip ed and died without speaking a word. disturbed public mind, and things on 1
at Tyler are running on doublo time. light and finally had to cut Its wny and while he has not yet been heard
Collin county has purchased $16,000 through the bush. ceased, never have equaled In imprea-nUenc- aim of each being the same, the pro-
ss Officers at once took charge of tho tho border will Boon resume the even
The tection of the cattleman and tho Im- from, still there Is
It arrived before no doubt that ho ex- body and an examination of It showed tenor of their way. Other dispatches
worth of Dallas county's refunding rtnwn on rising ground overlooking tho ese scene in the church.
provement of his herds. perienced a rough time. three bullet holes, one Just at tho top were recoiled by Gon. McKtbbcn from
bonds. Imposing nnd solemn strains of Chop-
camp, which was hidden In the trees. Mr. Goodnight was of the opinion A party Just In from the west side of of the breastbone near the center of Lleutcnnnt Rubottom during the day,
Improvements of various kinds are in's "Funeral March" filled the edifice
melody as the casket that
"We heard their drums and horns the grade of stock now grazing In tho peninsula reports numerous cattlo the neck, one was In the back on u Hue tho most of thorn asking for Instruc-
If under headway In several Texas cities before dawn, and nt 5:15 the dervishes with Its solemn
was borne up the aisle on the shoul-
pandandle pastures could not be sur- drowned in the Lott nnd Lucas and with the heart. The bullet from this tions along certain linos, but all of
and towns. attacked. Our guns opened fire nnd passed anywhere In America for purity Ocanvlow pastures. wound pased sthrough the body, com- them reporting quietness at the camp.
ders of the stalwart members of the
Mattle Wilson, colored, died at soon the action became general. Half Capitol police and placed upon the of blood taken as a whole, and that ing out near the left nipple, and tho
Sealy hospital, Galveston, from too an hour later the whole line advanced each year showed visible Improvement. Daxldaou l)ni to Drntti. third was about six Inches below the Itt-.-l Klror Itl.c.
much cocaine. nnd swept through thn dervish position bier prepared for it in front of the Mr. Harrold also believed that the Austin, Tov Nov. 2.1. Yesterday
heart and on a line with It. Denlson, Tex., Nov. 23. Rod rlrer la
pulpit. panhandle country would Bhortly morning at 11:0S, In tho Travis county
Harry Williams was sentenced at for over two miles till the camp was Four shots In all were fired. on the biggest rise It has had In eight
reached. Following it came the pallbearers, the home of the finest bred cat Jail, the negro Jim Davidson was hung
Stephenvllle to fifteen years' Impris- Berglnnls had no pistol on his per- years. It has already broken the rec-
Following tle In the southwest, as In each season for the murder of George W. Engbuig
"Tho mounted troops pursued nnd members of the senate. son, but when the body was examined ord of List July, when It overflowed Its
T: onment for murder.
the doorstep of B. F. Stalllngs at Dal-
las a few nights ago.
baby was loft on captured most of the fugitives
khalifa, with most of his men and the
emir's bodygunrd, made a gallant
them came the family, the widow and Its ranges were more sought after and wife.
The her son, President McKtnloy, the gov- by
ernment dignitaries and Intimate
the growers of hlgh-prfce-
d stock. Upon ascending the scaffold David-
a small unopened pocket-knif- e
taken from his hand by City Marshal bottoms, and tho outlook Is that the
A feature of the meeting was tho son confessed to having committed the Cole. The dead man was married, but river will bo far out in the bottoms,
was banks and threatened a flood in the
friends. They all sat close around the presentation of a proposal from the murder and expressed sorrow for his had no children, and came to Corsl-can- a and that a great deal of damago will
stand. Among the emirs killed were
The "Knights of Blackstone" Is the the khnllfa's two casket. On every side of It the floral Oklahoma Live Stock association by crime, but felt that ho was going to f rom south Texas. bo done before it recedes.
brothers and the
name of a recently organized reading mahdl's son. offerings were banked in a wealth of its secretary, W. E. Bolton of Wood- heaven, ns he had made peace with hi Ho was well known In Houston and Tuesday afternoon tho local rlso In
club at Greenville, conducted by young beauty and color. ward, to combine tho two asoclatlons, Maker. Galveston, where ho wns formerly en- tho river reached almost bank full and
"Osman Dlgna left Immediately nfter At 11:08 the trap was sprung by
men. the flrinq began and Is probablv con- The funeral services were opened tehir mutual Inteiests being so nearly gaged In the cotton business. tho water started to recedo, but late
liy Rev. Dr Charles S. Shaw, who read In common. The proposition was held Sheriff
R. E. White, and in thirteen
Mrs. Sarah Lyon, aged 94 years, cealed somewhere In the vlclnltv. 1 Archlo L. Lotspelch Is collected with that afternoon and night tho head
died at Elmo, Kaufman county, a few hope eventually to get him i portion of Psalm and 10-1- 2. oer for consideration at the uoxt minutes Davidson wns cut down dead. one of tho best families In Corslcana, water rise from the up-riv- country
Davidson was executed for the mur-
days ago. Mrs. Lyon came to Texas This was followed by a selection from meeting. Lotspelch, the came down, and nt present thcro Is a
"Wo took the entire dervish camp
The nsoclatlon then adjourned to der of G. W. Engburg and wife near and Is the son of James
in 1S50. All the dervishes not killed surender-ed- . lorn 14:1-1- 1 and and concluded by
Manor, Travis county. Watrous, his n
well-know- cotton bur. rlso of nearly flvo foot raoro than that
The grand lodge of Knights and La- I cannot speak too highly of the t reading from I Corinthians, fif- meet at Canadian, Tex., the first Tues- accomplice, was hanged some ago.
of Tuesday. Tho result Is that all fer-
day in March, 1900. time ry transportation has ceased entirely
dles of Honor met at Dallas last behavior of the troops and their en- teenth chapter. hlrw Tun.
week. A great deal of business wa3 durance during the long, tedious After prayer sixty male voices filled
1'nrptilB Mri'thiKs. Meridian. Tex.. Nov. 24. About 1 and tho railroad bridges over tho
transacted. mnrches preceding the final action. the church with the beautiful melody Hlllsboro, Tex., Nov. 23. T. S. Cox. o'clock on Tuesday, Nov. 21, n tragedy stream aro threatened.
Galveston, Tex., Nov. 27. Ike Lyons, superintendent During Tuesday forenoon farmers
The Imperial Mystic Legion of Oma- From 4 o'clock In the morning of Nov of "Nearer, my God, to Thee." After of tho city public occurerd at Smith's Bend In this coun-
Ed Mills and George Brown, three ne- schools, has and others began coming to tho city
ha, Neb., has been granted permission
21 till 5 o'clock In the mornlnc of Nov the sermon. In which the business, Instituted parents' meet- ty, twenty-fiv- e miles southeast of n,
gro prisoners, mado their escape from ings at tho city
to do business In Texas as a fraternal
21 they mnrched sixty mllei and fought r.tatesmanshlp and social qualities of schools. His purpose In which two men lost their and reported a rise! coming down, but
two decisive actions. Uie county Jail. Is to enlist more Interest among par- nothing was feared, becauso advices
Insurance company. deceased were evtolled, the Orepheua lives.
When tho Jailors went Into the Iron ents In the education of tho children.
"The Soudan may now be declared club sung a cantata by Shwatal. Dr. The names of the deceased persons had not reached hero of any very
Mrs. E ,E. McKnlght of Lorena has open." Magie then pronounced the benedic- house for the purpose of locking up He Invites them to take part In tho dis- Klrkpatrlek and John Crum. hoavy rains in western Texas, and i..
a violin with this Inscription on It: tion and in the same order that It ar- the
prisoners for the night the negroes cussions of tho duties nnd lolatlons W. T. Hlx surrendered to the off- was not believed that there would be
"Antonio Stradlvarlus Creraonetls,
Tlu'tn. rived the funeral procession left the who were concealed behind a cot, seiz neeesnry to a full understanding of icers yesterday ns soon as they reach- an extraordinary rise, as tho local
Faclebat. Anno 1713." Cape Town, Nov. 27. Gen Forest-Walk- church. er As the casket was borne down ed a favorable opportunity and made what Is best for the welfare nnd ad- ed his residence, nnd immediately an water could get out of tho way,
vancement of ench pupil In tho school. examining trial was begun, which last- measure, before western waters could
Thirty persons were tried a few days sent the followinc- - the aisle out on the porch the vast a dash foi tho door, wlUch was partly
Ho thinks the result of the meetings reach here, but contrary to all expec-
ago in the Dallas city court. The list Lord Metbuen reports that he moved multitude which could hardly be kept open. ed until 9 o'clock W cdncsday night.
.was headed by a man, Saturday at 3 30 a. m . with the ninth under control by tho police and sol Once on tho outside tho negroes lock will bring about a better understand- tations, the rise that started Tuesday
Tho evidence showed that Klrkpat-
icharged with Intoxication. ed the Jailors In. After getting out of ing between teachor, pupil and patron. on HIx's afternoon was added to that night, and
brlende, the mounted corps, the naval dlers, uncovered and when tho presi- rlek and Crum were renters
houM) they opened the door. Meetings aro held monthly at the
place, and that a short time before the yesterday morning tho waters caniij'
A burglar effected an entrance Into brigade and two batteries, o guards dent appeared with bowed head, lean-tn- g the Iron
the establishment of I. Yleded, in following with the baggage near Gras
on the arm of John Hay, there was
homicide they had had a disagree
down moro angrily, and tho Btream, J
Denlson, and secured six Jugs of whis- Pan (about ten miles north of Belmont only a murmur of greeting. l'roliauly I'ntnl.
Child lluriM'd, ment about somo rent corn, neither swollen nt daylight to almost its high-wat- er
ky and some minor articles and made on the railway line to Klmberlev). Through the long lane of thousands Brenham, Tex., Nov. 27 Attle Devor party wanted tho other to gather It mark of tho year, wont higher
Sherman, Tex., Nov. 25. Trie
escape. cortogo wended Is In recelput of Information to the matter was satisfactorily and higher till tho lowlands In tho
good his 2.100 Boers with six gun1? and two of uncovered heads the
ran-chi- daughter of Susie Redrose, a col- until the Bet-tie- d.
A fight ensued and Hix killed the bottom
wcro under water, with no
The report of the treasurer of Cooke guns opposed him. The action itn way to Cedar Lawn cemetery, effect that Mr. T. T. Hondley was ored domestic nt the hoube of Mr. A.
thrown from a horse In Junction City M. Works, was fatally burned yester- other two. sign of cessation. Messengers from the
county shows In part: Cash on hand, began at G a. in. Our batteriei fired where tho body was placed In tho re-
$.1,035.65; school land notes. $10,573.39; shrapnel very nccuratclv until the ceiving vault. Klmblo county, nnd received injuries day afternoon. Mrs. Works heard river bottom camo to town with nows
which will probably provo fatal. Tho cries and screams from tho servant's A freight train on the Mobllo nnd
of overflows In tho farms and In the
state bonds, $3400; bonds of counties, heights seemed clear. Then the naval
$31,500. brlgadp and Infantry advanve.d to thn It Is not yet possible to forecast what Fkull was badly fractured, besides oth- quarters and hurried out to see the Ohio railway lan Into an open switch lower bottoms, and reported still rising
form the Russo-Unlte- d States treaty er and less serious wounds. Mr. Hend-le- y cause. Sho found tho little girl run- near Montgomery, Ala., and Engineer water.
The Bankers Union of the World, a assault. The fighting was desperate will take. Is a cousin of Mr. Devor, was raised ning aimlessly about In an adjoining Giaw and Flieman Baggett killed.
fraternal organization, with headquai-ter- s until 10 a. m.. when the heights were Washington county, near Burton. yard with her clothing ablaze. Tho Tho MaroclnJ Wireless Telegraph
at Omaha, Neb., has been grant- carried. Tho Boors rotroated on tho Former Senator Call of Florida wants In blazo was extinguished by throwing a Gen. Wor.d hns been summoned company, capital $10,000,000, has been
ed a permit to do business in Texas line, whpro the ninth lancers wore tho election of Senator Talleferro, liTs Signal service company at Dallas is quilt about tho little girl, but not until from Havana to Washington. incorporated under New Jersey's laws.
by the state commissioner of Insur- placed to Intercept them. successor, Investigated. to be nt once equipped. sho had sustained terrible burns.
ance. llrli I. 1'uniliir. Corslcana, Tex., Nov. 23. In the
.Made rvint. .Ill IIP .piin.
Abe Hardeman, colored, aged 84 Slirrp Option. llMKIi.iro litiwr. Corsknnn, Tex., Nov. 24. Contrac $3000 damage case of J. Y. Clarke vs.
Manila. Nov. 27 Insurgents inn do Denlson, Tex., Nov. 25. J. B. Vin-
years', was convicted of stealing hogs feint on ImtiB Friday night. Three en- Billings, Mont , Nov. 27. Represen- Hlllsboro, Tex.. Nov. 27. Fire broke son,
a colored man, living at 500 West tors uro having considerable trouble In tho city of Corslcana ct al., tho Jury
and sentenced to confinement In the listed men wounded, their loss, two tatives of an American-Englis- h syndi- out In a storeroom of the Bond drug Walker street, brought
getlng brick from the kilns for can-trac-
returned a verdict of $77 for plaintiff
Twuiitftnilarv for two years. In addi cate have been In this state all summer store, over the Goldberg dry goods yesterday morning a twig containing they now have under way. Yes- against Sharp Bros., oil well contract-
killed, ono captured. Quickly with-
tion to his great age, Hardeman Is in drew. Additional troops sent from and fall, traveling over tho lnrgo shcp More, about noon yesterday. It was four well developed flno June npples terday work on tho Hardy-Pec- k $40,-00- 0
ors, tho caso being dismissed as to
feeble health. inlslng sections, securing options on extinguished before getting much that giew on a tre building was suspended on account other defendants. Clarke was caught by
Mnnlla. Insurgents will he driven nt his house. The
tho brick supply giving out, and not a guy wlro that was stretched across
A fire destroyed one of the largest Bouth. Reports from Negros encoui ag- the best sheep ranches and best wa- headway, but tho loss to the dry formed and good of
goods apples are perfectly
on Santa Gertrudes ranch, con- ing. Chief lnsurgpnt leader north of tered land for tho purpose of consoli store and to tho law offices of J. m. spcclmons, and tho owner of the treo a stroke of work ran be done on It the street from a woll the Sharps were
suming a large amount of property, dating them into ono largo company. Johnson and M. F. Winfrey ami In- says ho hnB about a peck of good ap- til more brick aro received, and tho drilling and ho was painfully Injured.
islands surrendered voluntarily. More
Bs such as harness, buggies, etc. Two fine sugar mills at work than at nnv time Already options on nearly
Is Blnce the revolution agalntt Spain be- if
500,000 head surance office of H. N. Spooner from ples on tho tree. He has
ralbed a big
ccntractors do not know when that will Tho suit wua brought against the city,
sheep nnd 600,010 acres of tho finest water was considerable. The loss can crop of fine Juno apples off tho same be. They have hnd trouble of this kind tho woll owners nnd tho well drillers.
horses perished. The exact loss
to contend with over sluco tho building
unknown, but It is heavy;- - partly In gan. Officers rpport people cheerful nnd most fertile land In not be learned, but it is heavy. Tho treo this season.
and hopeful. the state have been obtained. origin of tho fire Is a myatory. was commenced. May l l'rta'.driit.
sured. Origin, spontaneous combus-
No Duiiifor or hiprradliii;. Terrell, Tex., Nov. 23. It Is an-
tion. Noted CaptnrB. OnvrrllU MrtluxM. Tyler, Tex., Nov. 23. Tho announce lUil ltlter'x !tampRf.
Warmly Widromrd, nounced that the annual election for
The daughter of Riley Manila, Nov, 27. Buencamlno, the Manila, Nov. 27. The last Filipino Bonham, Tex., Nov. 24. E. V. Ag-ne- w
El Paso, Tex., Nov. 27. El Paso ment mado on the streets yesterday the officers of the Democratic club of
Reed, colored undertook to start a brains of tho Filipino Insurrection, Is council of war was held by the re- morning that there was a of this city, who hns an extensive Now York
will tako place on Dee. 4,
Taylor by pouring locked up here In charge of Brig. Gen. treating Insurgents at Bayamboang on turned out en masRo Saturday night
fire at their home in to welcome tho returning Tennessee case of smallpox at tho Cotton hog ranch In tho northern part of the and that tho nominations had already
coal oil on the kindling. The coal oil Edward B. Wllliston, the provost mar- Nov. 13, In tho house now occupied volunteers, who were mustored out at Belt hospital, brought here by an em- county near Red river, wont down In been posted, showing that John W.
can's contents came In contact with shal. When Tarlac fell, Buencamlno by Gen. MacArthur. It w attended the Presidio on Nov, 22 and reached ploye of the road from Missouri, that vicinity yesterday, returning lnte Kellor would succeed Perry Belmont
the blaze, an explosion folowed, the fled northward with Agulnaldo's by Aguinaldo, Plo del Pilar Garcia, here Saturday night. The soldiers paused some excitement. Mayor Thorn- yesterday afternoon. He says that as president of the club,
girl's clothes became ignited and death son and an old lady supposed to ho Alejandrlno nnd some members of tho found a brass band and several thou- ton at once called the city council to- Red river was on tho largest rlso for Kellor is a brother of City Marshal
resulted. the mother of Agulnaldo's confidential cabinet. Information has reached Gen. sand citizens awaiting with refresh- several years, and that it had over- Joo Keller of this place
ments galore. A reception committee gether to discuss tho situation. Dr. and Sheriff
A carload of mules left Gatesvllle servant, Tomas Maxarlne, and a guard MacArthur that the council recognized from the Tennessee club, consisting of Smith, chief surgeon of the hospital, flowed for a distance of two miles from Jim P. Keller of Knufmun.
Scoble of 100 soldiers. tho (utility of further resistance to the A. P. Coles and wife. W. H. Webb, appeared before the board with assur the bed, Several farmers have lost a
recently consigned to MaJ. H. Buencamlno surendored without re- Americans with united forces, and Maney Turner, John Sneed
and Messrs. ances that there Is no danger of the few hogs and sheep, but otherwlso no Lemon's store nt Gibson, I. T burn-
via Fort Worth to New Orleans, thence sistance. Ho had only a few clothes agreed the troops should scatter and
Bates and Patterson, met the soldiers disease spreading. serious loss hns been reported so far. ed. Loss $15,000.
tc the Transvaal country. and $2000 In gold. hereafter follow guerrilla methods. at Demlug, N. M.
Jose Pere, better known as "Big Young Man Horribly Mangled, Hon Mulra. Ntfer U n Trrr.
Joe," a Mexican, who settled at Could Not Trll Tli'iti. I an i llolilird.
KlgUI.Kool 4'oitl V.ln, Fort Worth, Nov, 25. Information CorBlcnna, Tex., Nov. 24. Another Jacksboro, Tex., Nov. 23. Yesterday
Brockvllle In 1854, going from Chihua- Orange River, Nov. 27. In all 107 Bluff City. Kan , Nov. 27 Robbers
Rockdalo, Tex.. Nov 27. A party was received hero to tho effect that shipment of mules bought In this mar-
Is the first mall Jacksboro has
hua, Mer., to that place, passed away wounded, Including several Boers, have Saturday night touched off a quantity who recently bought soicial tracts of Walter Stevens, a young man, who en ket for tho British government for ser- Blnce Saturday, on account of tho muny
very popular arrived here from Belmont, Ono of tho of dynamite, which wrecked the safe
a few days ago. He was coal lands near Rockdale sunk a shaft
listed hero for service In tho Philip vice In the TranBvnnl was made from washouts caused by the hard rain hero
a Boers, a boy 17 years of age, was com- and front end of tho State bank here, pines, nnd who, returning homo with horo to Fort Worth yesterday by An- 8unday and Sunday night. Tho
with Bruckettvlllo's cltlzenB, and making all necessary prepara- train
pelled to Uce up nrms with hi father, and they escaped with $10,000 in gold, and Is an honorable discharge from tho war, derson &. Johnson. They will have two camo In from Bridgeport Tuesday, but
large number attended the funeral. tions to put Into acthn operation. Ho had lost his llfo by being
who Is a p Isoner. A wounded Boer b' sides some rilver hills. This is tho run over by carloads more In n day or two, there was no train on tho main lino,
Statistical reports of the Northwest said that twenty men wore sclectod eighth Kansas bank to be robbed by found an right-foo- t vein of coal thirty-- n Cotton Belt
Texas Method 1st conference which was two feet Imlw tint aur.ifcp of tho of Grapevine. train body of young west and will ship them to tho snmo place. henco no mall.
from each Boer section to pick off the within three weeks, Tho ground. Ste-
vens was mangled In u most horrlblo Tho purchase of mules In this county John Housloy went Into his i.asVttu.
held at Cleburne, show the conference British officers, hut ho added that on
tafo of tho Statp bank of Cloar Water Tho coal Industry is on the boom, as manner, and was taken to Grapevino. for the British government has been near town and found ono of
has ?4 Trenchers. C0.8C7 members, and largo, and by tho tlmo they are con- hanging high and dry In tho foik" a? J
tho advance of tho British force the was blown oyt'ii Friday night and tho demand 13 gimter than the capa-
that 2401 adults have united with the Boer mnrksmon were bewildered, ns It $2000 lu rash and n number of notes city to supply tho fuol. There will Severn! houses wore dynamited ut cluded there will bo no surplus of
tree, where ho hud caught In
church the past year. The conference vas impossible to distinguish officers. taken. likely Iw several now hlufu sunk be- Huntington, Ark.
fore tho busy season next fall.
them In Navarro.
niton out of the bottoms to dry llT
next year will be held at Oeorgetori. Bob Fltzslmmoii', tho
party, composed of Wll-llar- a Atltr IIor. 'llinx'km.irtim Htittur. Scrloiikly Hurl,
A bunting Slid to IliiifSurrrnili ml, heavyweight,, accidentally caught his McKlnney, Tex., Nov. 24. The Gov.
Boncllea, J. C. Rcagin, J. C. Chicago, 111,, Nov. 27. Baron Paul Kjrlni; I'V.it. left hand between thu heavy doora of a Donlsou, Tox., Nov.
Washington. Nov. 27, Secretary of terday
Paris, Tex . Nov 27 John Love, who hotel at Jnnesvllle, Wis. Physicians J.
W. Throckmorton utatue Is now W. F. Agorter, a
Bowles, G. II. Crawford and S. W. Vletnnghnof, the representative of the tho Navy Long yesterday received a nhout ready for shipment by Its F ort on tho Missouri,
woll known conductor
Llttlejobn, returned to Forney from Russian government, is In Chicago cablegram In the Indian
attended tho Injured hand, which Kansaa and Texas
army. from Admiral Watsou, Ini was waterbound ovor says was bioken. Worth makers to, this city for mount- Bllppcd nnd oil
the banks of the Rio Grande rtvor. buying Vletonghoof says czar's already forming him that the cntlro province Territory, perfoi med a darlug feat Sat-
horses for tho
ing on the courthouse plaza. About right leg was crushed
under his train nnd his
They killed twenty-on- e doer, besides a Baron that
i' of Zamboanga, island of Mindanao, urday. He was hemmed up between Tho real estate maikct In Navarro $2000 lias lien subscribed by citizens from above Jim
' 11 great deal of small game, 1000 American horses, purchased prin- county Is showing moro life thun for throughout kneo down and his loft ankle andtSSt
cipally In Kentucky and Virginia, have had surrendered unconditionally to Klamltla and Little rlvwa, and being years, north Texas nnd now only were so badly
AKw being in session sixteen days and there Is a demand for crushed that tho foot
Commander Very of the Castlne. This desirous of getting to bis family in lands and city property that givesfarm enough money U lacking to eroct the cannot bu
county baa been whipped to the czar's dominions, evi- saved. Mr, Agerter wns at
the grand Jury of Laraarsittings this and 1000 more aro to follow them aB surrenden was made on the 18th In- Clarlcsvlllo, he crossed Red river In a dence of healthy conditions. Late, tho north end of tho coal chutes
adteHrsed. During Its
ill''. ' "
feuRd 24 true bills for felonies. soon as tho baron makes the
fr misdeaanore. The report
stant. The war department has skiff, landing on this side several miles
no adrlc'w from Gen. Otis to below where he .started He leported Fianclsco Garcia, a Mr.lcon, sulci-de- d
Headquarters of tho Union Central shop yarda when the accident
lilm, and was Just ready to eo
el M graad Jury cow pi I meats highly tills effect. Red river nearly five ml Us wide.
railway are at Wortbaiu. out,
Ihmt ewy w fam.
v yw . . ., t &&,
1SS '.. .i.J-,-
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DECISIVE VICTORY 1'athetlr Hcenei. After Agulnaldo. Telegraph Wire Cat. PICKINO BILLIONS OF FLOWERS
London, Nov. 25. Tho pathetic THE DEWEY DEED. Washington, Nov. 23. Gc. Otis H0BART IS DEAD. Lendon, Nor. 22. Th announce-
Work of Women Where) the IVrtumit In-
scenes which marked tho days follow- yesterday cabled the war department ment from Durban that communication
ing tho engagements between tho Brit-
dustry I Carried On In Vranev. ' ,
as follows: with Estcourt Is interrupted seems to Grasse, In the southern part of
ish and Boers at (llencoe and Nichol- Manila, Nov 22. Dispatch 21st from confirm the belief that a Moer com- France, Is tho center of the perfumo
Wears to Have Been the Battle son's Nol: found their counterpart nt it Has Been Placed on Record at Lawton at Tayug reports Young with Vice rresldent of the United States mando has established Itself at Wil- industry. There women and girls may
fought at Belmont. tho war ofllco hero yesterday. Tho Washington City. cavalry and Maccnbco scouts at Ar-Ing- Dies at Patterson, N. J. low Grange or near tho Mool river, and bo seen.wlth broad hats on their hends,
has cut the telegraph wires. Neverthe- gathering flowers from 5 until
troubled and anxious women nnd men 11 a. m.
with ndvnnc" north to Baoang,
of nil stations In llfo woro assembled rear San Fernando, about to movo on less, whatevor deflnlto news the British
and then returning with their fragrant
there ,nnd when the Inquirers wero burdens to the bouses, whore they
THE BOERS LABORED GALLANTLY finally ADMIRAL IS DEEPLY CHAGRINED trail cast of Trinidad. Young reports MRS. H0BART AND HER SON commanders may havo obtained from pluck tho leaves from the blossonii
admitted their anxious ques- considerable Insurgent forco moving tho south of the disposition of tho Boer nnd pass the rest of the day In prepar-
tions Bhowcd they fenred that Thurs In that direction; thnt Agulnaldo Is In commands In Natal and the condition ing them for tho work of extracting
day ovenlng's official bulletin, though charge seeking to cross over to g.
ot tho beleaguered garrisons particu- tho essences of essential oils, which
Both Side Blitlngulthee Themselves, but black enough, hnd not recorded the full On Account of the Adverse Criticism that Portion of Law ton's troops At Mil Bedside When the End Came-M- any larly, nothing has been allowed to de- contain tho perfume Itself. In March
tta Brltltb Forces Succeeded In story of tho British losses nt Belmont. Was Created by the Transfer to now being pushed through to Tayug Telegrams of Condolence Have Been they begin plucking vlolets.from which
velop for tho public information.
Up to noon tho government officials Mrs, Dewey, with rations. Buttullon 24th will violet water Is made, and from the be-
had Issued no further dispatches, nnd
Received from Friends. It In certain that owing to tho heavy ginning
of May to the end of Juno
Join Lawton Nothing from work ot debarkation and entraining at they gather the Jessamine, roses ond
so tho nervous distrust of tho public
Whcaton for soveral days. MacAr-thur- 's Durban tho preparations for the ad- orange blossoms, as well as the tube-
tcmnlns unnllcvlated. operating west of railroad and
London, Nov. 25. Thus far tho spe- Gen.Methuen's message leaves a great
Washington, Nov. 23. The deed New York, Nov. 22. Garret A. Ho- vance of the relict forces is in no wise roses In July, the mignonette In Au-
gust and the cassia In September. Tho
cial dispatches describing the battle of deal to be explained. According to all transferring tho Dewey home from Ad- north of Tarlann. Wire from Tarlann bart, vlco president of the United so advanced as supposed. This may
Belmont bear a stereotyped character previous facts obtalnnblo as to the rel- miral and Mrs. Dewey to tho admiral's north working, troops on entire rail- States, died at his homo In Patterson, bo duo to the necessity of pushing nimble fingers of the women mu3t
- N. J., at 8:30 o'clock yestorday morn-ng- .. stores and provisions to tho front In move rapidly to pluck the millions nnd
proving that tho hand of tho censor at ative strength of the forces tho Boero son George was recorded In tho office road llne'rationed without difficulty. billions of leaves that go to make up
work upon them. They are too Inco- must havo been In a great minority, of the recorder of deeds yesterday. A "Hollo reports several companies, At hs bedside wero Mrs. Ho- needful quanltles before tho troops are the 1,200,000 kilograms of ro3e leaves
herent to onable tho reader to form an ytt the total British loss, 220 killed, life interest In tho property Is reserved sixth and twenty-sixt- h volunteers un-
bart and her son, Garrett A. Hobart, sent. On tho other hand, the celerity alone that are used ench season. Be-
accurate Idea of the ovent or to placo wounded nnd missing, proves the ef- by Admiral Dewey and his wife in tho der DIckman, struck Insurgents north- Jr., together with Dr. William Knowl-to- n with which tho troops are being push- sides there arc a million kilograms of
a proper estimate upon the value of fectiveness of their leslstanco nnd nm-pl- y following provision: east of Jaro. Casualties, six wounded. and his wife, and Prlvato Secretary ed forward from Capo Town equally Jessamine to be plucked, and Uolets
the victory. All tho accounts agree re- "Subject, however, to this express Enomy left on the field eighteen killed. Evans. tends to show that all such prepara- and orange blossoms to the extent of
Justifies Gon. Mcthuen's tribute to two million kilograms a year. Toj;lvo
specting tho splendid fighting qualities the courngo nnd skill with which tho leservatlon: That tho parties of the DIckman captured seven prisoners,
exhibited on both sides. Nothing could burgheis fought.
havo exceeded tho courage and pluck
Hi st part do hereby expressly reservo
The fact that no guns and only forty to themselves and to each of them dur-
Mr. Hobart's death had been expect- tions regarding forage and provisions an
brass field pieces, several ed for some hours. Tho beginning of wero nlready well advanced before the
thousand rounds of ammunition. Eigh- tho end came Monday afternoon, when troops arrived at Cape Town.
idea of tho number of plants that
are raised for this huge result, It Is
calculated that each stalk of Jessamine
of tho British Infantry In tho face of prisoners were captured by tho victors, ing and for the period of their natural teenth infantry yesterday drove the there was a sudden failure of tho heart Gin. Methucn's baggage has arrived yields two kilograms of blossoms a
the terrific fire, while the Boer guns and that tho Boers carried off their lives respectively a life Interest In nnd Insurgents north on Santa Barbara; and from this
attack Mr. Hobart never at DeAar, addressed to "Lord Methuen, season. So there must be at lcart live
woro splendidly served, the gunners dead and woundqd, shows that they re- to the premises herein deeded, which reports of results not yet received." rallied. He hnd been sick for n Jong Pretoria, via Cape Town." hundred thousand stalks to yield tho
tending by them with dogged deter- tired In nn orderly manner, without life Interest In case of the death of The dispatch from Gen. Otis does time and had suffered frequently from million kilograms required. But the
The reoccupatlon of Naauwpoort Is gathering of the blossoms lb only the
mination, exposing themselves until precipitation or confusion, nnd that either of the parties to revert to tho not yet make It appear that tho ef- heart falluro and his strength had been good
news for tho British. It Is not beginning ot the work, for thcu the
tho very last moment and only becom- probably tho Boer casualties wero not other." forts to capturo Agulnaldo and the undermined. Gradually the failure
known hero from what point the flowers must be picked apart and all
ing wild and Inaccurate In their aim numerous, owing to tho strength of The Instrument bears dato of Nov. larger portion of his army will bo suc of the heart's action became more ap- troops came,
but It is presumed they tho spoiled leaves thrown aside. Tbnn
11, the same dnte borne by the deeds cessful. The Intention of Gen. Young
during theflnal, deadly charge of tho their position. parent and soon after midnight Mon- wero from DeAar, In which event it tho making of tho perfume beglDs. Tiio
from Admiral Dewey to Lieutenant to prevent Agulnaldo reaching Bayom-bon- g day night Mr. Hobart became uncon
British Infantry. Tho destruction of tho Boer ammu- will not be long beforo Stromberg also leaves aro spread one by one upon lay-
could not be properly followed up and nition captured is taken as an Indica- Crawford and from Lieutenant Craw-fo- r seems evident, but this seems scious. He
remained In that condition Is reoccupled. Nauwpoort commands ers of pure lard that cover
to Mrs. JJewey. scarcely possible now. Some errors glass. Three or four times these
could not bo properly fololwed up and tion that Gen. Methuen occupied the until his death. the gap in the Klkveresburg, the last flower-layer- s
An Interesting feature In connection hae been mado In the transmission of are renewed before the
utilized, owing to tho want of suff- captured position at Belmont and de- Mr. Hobart's death was due directly strong fighting position south of Or-an-
lard has absorbed all of the perfume
icient cavalry. stroyed the Boer supplies In order not with tho three Dewey deeds now on the dispatch. Bayonbong Is evidently.
to angina pectoris, complicating myo- river, and was admirably suited that it can hold, for tho fat has a pe-
Tho pursuit of the defeated enemy by to hamper the Immcdiato advance of file with the recorder of deeds was meant Instead of Bayombong. The carditis. to Boer tactics. culiar attraction for the essential olU
the fifth lancors was evidently not very his flying column, which Is marching noted yesterday afternoon. The first town given as Tarlann is probably of the flowers. This perfumed lard U
Owing to the prostration of Mrs. Ho- Col. Royston's dispatch from Lady
effective, and curiously, while the cor- In the lightest order. deed filed, that by which George Dewey Tarlac, as the situation of MacArthur
bart tho funeral arrangements will not smlth finally disposes of all reports the pomade of commerce, not the pom-
respondents report the capture of Boer The road Is now presumably open to et ux. transfers the Rhode Island prop- would Indicate that he is operating be completed until to-da-
The only of another great British victory last ade used for hair or beard, but the
guns, Lord Methen's own roport omits the Boer position on 'the Modder river, erty to John W. Crawford, although not far from hat place. crude material out ot which this It
step decided upon Is that the services Wednesday. The duke of Portland has afterwards manufactured. The lard
any mention of such an achievement. where the guards, who, apparently, dated Nov. 14, was not acknowledged No alarm is felt regarding the situ-
In the Church of the Re- -
One statement says: "The remnant bore tho brunt of Thursday's fighting, before a notary public until the 16th ation of Gen. Wheaton, as he has been, shall be held contributed 10,000 for Red Cross so- is then shipped as It Is to other manu-
meat In the family plot at Cedar Lawn, ciety work In south Africa. facturers, or put into alcohol, which
of the Boer army sought to escape to- will in all probobllity havn another Instant. for some time beyond telegraphic com
where the only daughter of Mr. and draws oft the perfume from the fat,
ward the Orange Free State territory." chance to get at close quarters with The second deed, by which Crawford munication. Operations are also pro- The Times announces that It is au- having a stronger attraction therefor
As all the evidence tends to show the bayonet. transferred the property to Mrs. gressing in the Islands south of Luzon, Mrs. Hobart was burled six thorized to deny the statement recently than the lard, and tho result Is the fin-
that the enemy's eretlrement was or- Tho governor of Nntul has forward- Dewey, nnd tho third deed, recorded as the last portion ot the dispatch in- Rev. Dr. Magee will preach the ser- made by a French paper that Prince est eau de cologne. Most of this
derly, he will doubtless soon be heard ed the following dUpntch to the colo- yesterday, by which Georgo Dewey and dicates. Louis Napoleon, who Is a colonel In pomade is shipped as It stands to all
Tho church can accommodate not
from elsewhere. nial office: Mrs Dewey turn over the title to The next move of Importance is to the Russian army, desired to Join the parts of Europe and America, but soma
The correspondent of the Times at "Tugeln drift wus attacked during George O. Dewey, wero both, accord- be made by Gen. Wheaton, who will more than 800 persons, and as thous- Boers and asked Emperor Nicholas for of it is reserved and the oils are ex-
will be eager to attend the ser- permission. tracted by distilling processes, making
Belmont says: "After the battle the the morning of Thursday, Nov. 23, by ing to the dates as set forth In the pa- go up the coast by transport to VIgan, ands As a matter of fact, he
tho purest extracts.
laager was burned and the ammuni- 25 to 300 Boers, who are believed to pers, acknowledged the 14th Instant. at the mouth of Abea river. This will vices It was uggested that they be held never had any such Idoas.
tion destroyed. Cavalry and mounted have advanced from Helpmakaar and In other words, It would seem that land his forces far to tho north of In the armory, which will accommo-
Estcourt, Natal, Nov. 22. The ru- PEOPLE OF SHAWNEETOWN
infantry on both flanks pursued the Umuvotl. The mounted rifles, under Crawford transferred tho property to where Agulnaldo Is supposed to be, date 10,000. It Is known, however, that
enemy, but woro unablo to overtake tho Major Leuchars, and a small body of Mrs. Dewey and tho latter In turn to tho Intention being to cut off his re- Mrs. Hobart wishes tho funeral to be mors of a glorious victory achieved by Oeiertlnc the I'lace, rearing Another
Gen. White Wednesday are still un- Flood IIli torlc Old Town.
Boers, who got away with their trans- Natal police, totaling 140 men, posted George G. Dewey two days before Ad- treat to the north. From -e military as quiet as possible and there Is little confirmed. Little confidence Is attach
Harrlsburg (III.) Cor. Chicago Rec-
port. Tho Boer rout was complete and south of the miral Dewey transferred the title to information bureau It Is learned that likelihood that the programme will be
river bank, forced tho ed to them, especially as the rumors ord: The city of Shawneetown, on tho
their losses are believed to equal ours. Boers to retire after two hours' fight- Crawford. cast of the route Agulnaldo is taking changed.
They used dumdum bullets. Every- ing. Our loss was n sergeant major A special says: Nearly all the representatives ot for- added that Gen. White had threatened Ohio river, the second oldest town In
aro mountains inhabited by tribes the state and as historic as Alexandria,
thing was In their favor. It Is rumored wounded. "The admiral Is deeply chagilncd at which are not friendly to Agulnaldo eign nations In this country have sent to place many hundreds of prisoners tho oldest town In the United States, Is
in conspicuous places should the shell-
that thoro have- - been some threats to "Tho Tugela rose during tho day the criticism that has been hurled at and will bo likely to attack lilm If he messages of sympathy to Mrs. Hobart. ing of the town continue. Reports re- passing away. The recent flood Peo-pl- has
assasslnato recalcitrant burghers, who and Is now reported to be Impassable him. He says he thought he was se- attempts to cross their territory. The One of tho first to express his sorrow worked greatly against the city. o
are tired of war nnd deserting." except by boats." cure against anything of that kind and country along the coast is qulto well at the death of the vice president was ceived from the southward say that the are becoming dissatisfied anil
Boers are separating Into foraging and alarmed, and are leaving, most of them.
On tho wholo ,lt almost seems safe A speciul dispatch received here from still Insnsts that he has done exactly settled. There are several little rivers President McKlnley, who had been no-
pillaging parties, who are looting hnovlng to Rldgway, In the same coun-
to assume that the Boer guns Here not Belmont says that Gen. Methucn's force the graceful thing. making harbors from which It Is fear- tified by telephone by Prlvato Secre ty. Eventually the court houso will be
captured. Tho striking proof afforded numbered several thousand men, and' "His statement that tho transfer of ed Agulnaldo may ebcape by boat. Gen. tary Evans. Attorney Genem! urrggs stores, stealing cattle and ransacking removed to Rldgway. and beforo many
of the excellent material Gon. Methnen that tho Boers had 5000 men. The lat- tho home to Mrs. Dewey was but part Young, It Is believed, Is watching these who was In Washington, telegraphed houses. years Shawneetown, like Kaskasla.wlll
has in his brigade Is, however, a mat-- . ter, It is added, held an exceedingly of tho plan to transfer the house to smaller ports with a part of his force. that he would return to Patterson at It Is added that one farmer became bo no more. Shawneetown was a flou-
of great satisfaction in London. strong position on a series of hills ex- his son Is coldly received. tho earliest posslblo moment to take so Incensed that he stalked a party of rishing city when Chicago was but a
There is an unconfirmed rumor that tending a dozen miles. They were "While no one challenges the admi- Territory Uuptlitx. charge of all tho dotalls if the funeral. ICO Boers, eventually shooting eight of village, and there aro Indeed many In-
tho correspondence seized In tho Boei strongly Intrenched nnd their cannon ral's statement, few people will believe Choate, I. T., Nov. 23. Tho Baptist Among others who sent messages of them. teresting old landmarks to be seen
camp contains evidence of treasonable Here posted strongly nnd wero excel- nnythlng but that tho Inst transfer Sunday-scho- ol
and Colportage conven-tlo- l condolence were: Sir Julian Paunce-fort- e, A Boer forco occupies a position on about town. The hotel where Lafay-
ette was so royally entertained when
communications between tho Boers and lently served. The battle began at 7 was forced by tho furious indignation of the Indian Territory has closed the British ambassador; Count the Mool river ten miles below tho he visited this country In 1825 still
Dutch colonists. o'clock and raged for several hours. which tho transfer to his wife occa- Its session here. A pleasant and prof- G. de LIchtervelde, envoy extraordi- Mool river station. stands; the state bank, with Its colonlaf
W Gen. White's dlsaptch of Wednesday The Boers held their position with sioned."the admiral: Said
itable meeting Is reported, and qulto a nary and minister plenipotentiary of pillars and copper roof; the house
effectually disposes of all rumors of an- great stubbornness and splendid cour- largo attendance. J. H. York of Choato Belgium; Count Casslnl, Russian am- where John A. Logan was married; tho
"When I sailed Into Manila bay, was elected president for the coming bassador; Sonthern rublUhere Aewciatlon.
other sortie from Ladysmlth and of the age. Tho British riflemen forced the Former Vice President home of Col. Mulberry Sellers, Mark
defeat of tho Boers. Tho situation In attack under a raking fire and carried over dangerous ground, with death and year and Elder R. C. Forum of Cal- Stovenson, Admrlal Schley, Gov. Voor-hee- s New Orleans, La., Nov. 22. The Twain's character In his "Glided Age;"
even worso In front of me, I little houn, Mo., corresponding secretary and Southern Publishers association will the old court house where Logan, In
Natal remains unchanged, tho sortlo position after position with superb thought of Now Jersey, United States Sen-
begin their annual session hero to- gersoll and a number of other noted
dash, driving out tho Boers with grent that In such a brief period of treasurer. Jersey, United
from Estcourt to Willow Orango hav- ator Sewell of New )awyers practiced law In early days.aro
ing little effect. Tho position of Mnfe- - slaughter. Tho engagement was real time nftcr I returned to my native land Mr. Foium will movo from Calhoun States Senator Hanna of Ohio, Gen. day at the St. Charles hotel. Tho asso
all objects of Interest to visitors. But
klng is beginning to bo. regarded with ly a series of battles, during which tho
tho American people would counte- and locate at Ardmoro, so that ho can R. A. Alger, Senator Forako, Senator ciation was formed two years ago at .probably the most Interesting spot Is
Boers were constantly carrying their nance such monstrous attacks upon me more successfully attend to his duties. Atlanta and tho representatives of all
anxiety, In view of tho Impossibility of
because. I was doing what I considered Fairbanks. Gen. CastJlIo, civil gover- tho leading southern papers aro mem tho old Westwood cemetery, where llo
Lord Methuen being nblo to relieve the wounded and dead. government protests nor of
Santiago, and Assistant Secre- tho bodies ot McLean, tho first United
town for some tlmo to come. The war ofllco yesterday Issued the to be the most gracious thing I could to Tho Tarnsvnal tho state department agalnbt tary of War Melklejohn. General Hen- bers of It. One of tho Interesting top- States senator from Illinois; Hon.
following advices: do, to present my homo to my bride." ry C. Corbln. General Wesley Merrltt, ics to bo discussed beforo It is how best Thomas S. Rldgway, at one tlmo state
of Consul Mncrum, charg-
Gov. Wolcott of Massachubetts, M.
ing paitlsan regard for English aflalrs. Thlebault, charge d'affaires ot France. to suppress corespondents who ma so It treasurer ot Illinois, and many others
The will of Mrs. Narclssa Willis, be- There ate forty-fiv- e cases of small- Flags were at half mast in many brightest stars. Shawnee-
Judge McKenna and the their business to send out highly sen- ot Illinois'
queathing $275,000 worth of property, pox at Unlontown, Ky out of a popu- American and European cities In mem- Col. R. T. Flounrey, a prominent Gen. Sickles. encampment I. O. O .F. of In- sational dispatches of lynchings and town Is tho birthplace ot some of tho
was filed at Galveston. grand
lation of 1800. ory of tho lato Vlco President Hobart. Virginian, Is dead. diana. yellow fever In the sosth. best people In this grand old state, and
the names of Rldgway, McGehee, Pee-
Killed In a trnli, I lrt for Asanult. Hrni Kmlutrrunsril. Tho Ctmitllo. bles, Poole, Bartley, Townsend and.
Genu. I.awtnn and Young. Dewey'n Ken (art the Home. Robinson will livo in the hearts ot the
Georgetown, Ga., Nov. 25. Engin- Darlington. S. S., Nov. 25. The New York, Nov. 23. rrledmnn Bros., Pcitrorla, Nov. 23. .The official
Manila, Nov. 22. Tho whereabouts Washington, Nov. 22. George Good- people when Shawneetown Is in tho
eers A" Vinlng and Cliff McMnnus, first legal execution for criminal as- one ot the most Important clock man- turns of tho Transvaal of Gens. Lawton and Young Is becom- win Dewey, Admiral Dewey's only son, bed of the Ohio river.
both of Macon, were killed and Flro-ma- n sault In this btnto occutied hero yes- ufacturing Arms In Now York, aro In since tho outbreak ot tho war show
Is now the owner of tho resldonco pre-
Monroe and Rogers, also of Ma- terday. Ed Lucky and Tom Mitchell general difficulties and havo
placed that ninety men have been killed and ing as mysterious as Agulnaldo's. Tho
their affairs beforo their creditors 200 wounded, ot whom a number have belief is beginning to grow at Manila sented to tho admiral by tho Ameri- Privileged to I'alnt Royalty.
con, fatally Injured In a railroad were hanged for assault on Miss that Gen. Lawton has struck the trail can people. Papers were propared and Prof. Angel!, the queen's portrait
wreck on the southwestern division I.afferty, a young white wom- with a view to obtaining a settlement recovered and returned to the front of tho Insurgent government and Is signed yesterday by which Mrs. Mil- painter. Is a fortunate man. He alone
and continuing tho business. The to- Newspaper roports from Cape Colony
of tho Central of Georgia near hero an. Lucky, while on the scaffold, re- transferred all Is privileged to paint her majesty, not
peated his confession of guilt which tal liabilities ot the firm, both secured say a general rising of tho Dutch farm- pursuing tho ministers Into tho Blnqua dred McLean Dowoy a surpassingly fine artist,
this afternoon. Two freights, ono ho made to tho court during his trlnl. nnd unsecured, are $849,1CG. has been his nmbltlon rights and titles to the property kn'vwn because he Is respect
ers is Imminent In Natal, and that tho mountains. It for in that his reputo Is not
from Eufaula, Ala., and tho other Mitchell protested his Innocence. Five Joseph Kohler, representing the firm, colonial Boers In thoso districts, which to capturo tho Filipino loader nnd ho nt No. 1747 Rhodo Island avenue, this (high, but because he Is tho only artist
from Georgetown, met on the Georgia negroes wero Implicated In tho same said that tho total assets at bottom Gen. Young believe that a caval- city, to George Goodwin Dewey. This that the queen can bear to look at her.
for which Mitchell and Lucky havo been proclaimed republican ter- and
side of tho bridge over tho Chatta-hooch- crime hanged, ry brigade living on the country could Is tho property which Monday Admiral "Her majesty has got accustomed ta
but no evidence against figures are $703,308.
were ritory, have Joined the Boer forces.
river while running at full thorn was developed. hunt them down to any part of the Is- Dewey transferred to Mrs. Dewey. The me; to bo constancy looked at by er an-oth-
speed. Both engines were almost com- In Effect. land. One vague report by Spanish papers making the now transfer prob- man would greatly annoy her."
pletely wrecked and the freight cars Cunnnt lo, Indlnnnpolls, Ind Nov. 23. Tho
Butte, Mont., Nov. 23. Nows reach- prisoners Is that Agulnaldo and others ably will bo placed on file this morn It Is useless to arguo with regal pre-
were piled up on the track. Washington, Nov. 25. The presi- new scale for the Typographical union ed hero that tho stage ot the American were nearly surrounded by Americans ing. possessions, but what a pity that her,
of ten hours' pay for nlno hours' work majesty did not choose an English, or
dent has decided that It will bo Im- Development and mining company at soon after the Insurgent chief left Tar- In explanation of tho transaction
a Scotch, or an American artist, and
Will Huortly Helen. Illiu. possible for him to go to Nashville, Wnt Into effect Tuesday. President GlbbouBvllle, Ida., was held up by two lac, but he escaped through the lines In practically completed yesterday a rela get accustomed to him! MUlals would
greet the Tennessee volun- Donnelly of tho International Typo- and tive ot the Dewey family made this not have looked at her more than wa
Pretoria, Nov. 25. It Is believed that Tenn., to young men. Dan Harklns and peasant's clothes. Officers sol-
graphical union says the new scalo has masked from statement:
the government will shortly release teers upon their arrival from tho Phil- been generally accepted. The agree- Robert Dillingham, whose description diers arriving at Cabanatuan "Admiral Dewey and Mrs. Dewey
necessary, and as a painter he was
Winston Chui chill as a ippines. He postponed his final de-
ment was violated at Pittsburg, and tallies with that ot the robbers who Gen. Lawton's forco describe the cam- have transferred to the former's son, worth a dozen Angells. Mr. Sartenb
The prlsonem from Mafeklng and cision in tho hope that ho might bo trouble occurred at Cincinnati, Day- recontly held up and robbed the Sal- paign as one of
great hardships. Many George Goodwin Dewey,, tho title to would ha e been a model ot discretion'
Lc-bat- aro mostly railroad men. After able to make tho Jorney, but now finds mon City stage and took $50,000 from men, dropping out sick, were left at the home presented to the admiral by and would have painted a portrait'wltlr
owing to pressure of business In ton, Frankfort, Ind., and Detroit. A H. J. Rolling ot Chicago. The rob- various towns without adequate sup- tho people of this country. It will con- tremendous force. Mr. Whistler would
they had taken the onth not to fight connection the with the approaching ses- strlko occurred at Rockford, 111. Presi- bers are supposed to have secured a plies, and some of them are making tinue to be the home ot the admiral '.have tried to Instruct her majesty la.
against the Transvaal they were sent sion that It will be impossible for terrible and Mrs. Dewey so long as he may the "gentle art ot making enemies."
him dent Donnelly sent $10,000 to aid tho handsome sum ot money and some their way back across the
to Delagoa Bay, to go. striking Job printers at Kansas City. gold dust. roods. live." London Chronicle.
Priority of Standard.
Urjr tlooil. Flri'. "Ilrur Hill" Dead. Southern I'uhlliihen. Arkauttti Cyclone. FrUonera Released, Denied OSSrlally.
Detroit, Mich., Nov. 25. The upper New York, Nov. 25. Wm. Anthony, New Orleans, La., Nov. 23. Tho Fort Smith, Ark., Nov. 23. A tele-pho-
Santa Domingo, Not. 22. All but London, Nov. 22. The statement to From Collier's Weekly: yellow-and-rc- d
an English journal, the
floors of A. Krotlk & Cov's wholesale better known ns "Bravo Bill" Anthony, Southern Publishers' association, In message from Paris, Logan two ot political prisoners were re- contained In a dispatch from Washing- flag ot Leon and Castile Is the oW-- J
dry goods stoics weio completely died at tho Presbytorlan hospital here session here, at tho Invitation ot R. M. county, reports tho town of Magazine leased from custody yosterday. The ton cabled here reporting a hitch In est ot any used by the European pew-- j
burned out, tho lower four stories half on hour after ho had swallow- Johnston ot Houston Post selected destroyed by a cyclono Tuesday night. two still held have criminal charges the final settlement of the Samoa ers, as It was first flown by Spain la
wero flooded by water and the adjoin- - ed a quantity of cocnlno at ono of tho Houston for the meeting placo ot the Magazine Is on tho new Choctaw and pending against them. agreement Is denied here officially. It 1785. Tho French tricolor was into
IwJJsHr wholesale dry good houso of Central park entrances. Ho was the aesoclatioa next full. Memphis road, sixty miles east ot Fort
Gen. Vusquez, tho former head ot Is understood that the matters
pend- used In 1795, the red English easier!
Smith. All efforts to reach Magazine with tho present Union Jack In the Hy-
fy k PiJUrnng, Leo & Co. was also badly man, who on Feb. 15, 1898, when the Col. C. O. B. Cowurdln of tho Rich- by wlro yesterday failed. the provincial government, has left ing between the United States and Ger- per canton.ln 1801, the present Italian!
j 'bL.i&icd: making a total nss of approx- - battleship Maine was blown up, In Ha- mond Dispatch was Boonvllle, ten miles from Magazlno, hero for Santiago. many aro unimportant details in no
flag In 1848, the present Auetro-Hun-garl- an
Yi!fij atcly $300,000. vana harbor, reported to Capt. Slgs-be- o with A. R. Holderby, Jr., ot tho Buffered a severe storm, houses being
blown down and cnttlo killed. Tho country is quiet and business Is way threatening a successful termina- flag In 1867, and the German!
Improving. Tho French steamer Sal- tion ot the agreement. Among the
m t 4mf ' Tlin flprt fu uttnnnaiiT tt It vt tinnn de-
YVkll In the afmous words: "Sir, I havo Richmond Times, as secretary; Leland flag In 1&71. This would make taw
I ji1 question, the Cor
u by elect! Ic light wires. Krotlk tho honor to icport thnt
tho ship has Rankin, vlco president, Nashville The Guatemalan govenmentr has im- vador has crossed tho bar, drawing tails and the native caso and the Samoa stars and stripes the oldest Bag ot all,'
.'a loss la about. $200,000. ' ueon oiown up nnu is sinking." American. posed an export tax on bananas. 12 foet C inches. but, as a matter of fact, many ot the
land disputes. accepted standards of European prise-- 1
II milts (lull Nunti-lued- ,
HrouRht t'ren, Killed Initautljr. es, such as tho white and black eagle w
uJ,K$iC 23. Bautlsta, president Philadelphia, Pa., Nov. 25. Ellery Philadelphia, Pa., Nov. 23. Charged EuBtfe, Fla., Nov. Z2. John E. Threading Machine Combine. of the House ot Brandenburg, data'
Baltimore, Md., Nov, 23. The Don- 22. Negotiations back to tho early Middle age.
e I'lUiiino congress, presented r. ingham, States district aldson lino steamship Ltkantn, Capt, with attempting to luftuenco tho Jury Whelock ot Grand Island was run New York, Nov,
btaU-Cfi- MapAUhur. and for- - nttornoy, and his law partner and McNeill, arrived at this port yesterday in tho conspiracy cases against former over and Instantly killed Monday night for tho formation ot a threshing ma- Her Keoaaaar.
renounced nil further connection former assistant, Harvey K. Nowltt, morning with tho crew of tho British United States District Attornoy Ellory by a train. Mr, Wheelock was an old chine combine were continued In this Chicago News: Mr. QaVaa LaatV
lie Insurrection, Ho was one of were yesterday sentenced by Judge stosmshlp Manchester Enterprise, P. Ingham and his law partner, Harvey union veteran. Some years ago he city yesterday and It Is expected that why in all creation da yaw unlet is
fluenUl Flllpjnos who hesitated McPherson to Imprisonment for two which foundered on Nov. 15 480 miles Newltt, Thomas O'Dca, Harry Fair- went to Ecuador and was Imprisoned before the end ot this month when tending tor that plUMber If be ibwiiaty
uoglnnlng of the war as to tho yeaia nnd six months nnd to pay a southeast ot Capo Race. The rescued banks and Geo. W. Pf offer, all ot this on a trumped up charge, but through most ot the options expire the details more than the rest. Mrs. Oataa
cause,1 Archibald, he awaya 'kafltMi
which td ciist his lot. He was flue of $1 aud costs of their trial for number fifty-thre- e,
ot whom nlno are city, were arrested by secret service the Intercession ot the state depart ot the combination will he perfected. enough scrap alae te iak twar Mm wm'
a ijudgeBh'lnt of tho supreme conspiracy In nttemptlng to bribe the cattlemen returning from Liverpool, ment at Washington wu Inally re- MowlBg"and reaping BaaHufaeturlBg In-
operatives. ui. WW i 1BJ i.ud...
but declined, He now announces Bctret Boryico operator In connection The Manchester Enterprise sprung t leased. He received a tare l4tmttlty terests are also trying to effect a natea '; J M
Jm desires to accept the position. with the recpnt big revenue stamp
leak diulug n severe gale on Not, 13. Miss Lois Fraln ot Cleburne 8 at from the Republic ot ewtter, ot iaterreta la this eity wtth a MyMal la laa United State, mjm iail $HJ
conspiracy, Nw Orleans with yellow fever. o tM.t.M.
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lh, t JJ T fk, iadfe
ptrlffipS ' - -
JBP'. family blood may bo, After
FAEM AlsT GAKDEn" falls sliced, including skins, cores, KOU WOMEN AND HOME BLACK .'f.'O RED DOTTED INDIA SILK. FOR BOYS ANT) GIRLS. flno tholr his prize, Pussy wont to tho
nd 'inhabitants' without distinction
front door, nnd, thinking the mot thore
is to quality or arlety, except as fol- would make n nice table, commenced
MATTERS OF INTEREST ro lows: ITEMS OF INTEREST FOR MAIDS SOME GOOD STORIES FOR OUR
AGRICULTURISTS. "(1) The thin bllces must bo well AND MATRONS. JUNIOR READERS. his meal. Of courso ho scattered
great many feathers around nnd mndo W "
dried nnd securely packed, so ns not tho front entrance look anything but 1'
to color or heat upon the voyage. The
Hints About Cul. slices must be white nnd have a spicy lllack nnd 11ml Dotted liulli Kllk Hubert's l'et (Jnole A Hoy Who Helped tidy, and tho cook was not pleased nt
.lack and ,1111, Their Story Is A Kin tho litter Pussy had made, nnd told
tltlon of the Soil nml Yields odor or they will not sell. (2) Decay- (.'ostium of I'nlu (Irajr llroudclolh
Tfcorcof Horticulture, Viticulture anil ed or ovcr-rlp- e Xulcarlty of llio I'.illmHe L'su of Older Than tint Mother (loom Ithyinei him so, nnd said that tho next tlmo ho
fruit hhould not be
Ylortaulturr. the lluitil (lluss. I'iiiij I'nttrrUiioil. choso to dlno there, ho must turn tho J
used, as it gives too dark a color to
the product and will not brlns a price mat over on tho wrong bide. And fol-
lowing his own text, took turned tho
Clearing; lJnil Without (irnbtjltic sulllclent to pay cost ot shipment." Wo Parted In S.Vfnr. What tho Chimney Sang.
mat over. About two weeks afterward
The destruction of forest timber by j parted In hIIciicp, we parted by nlRlit, Over Iho chimney the nlRht-wlit- d pang Pussy brought another bird to thei
it means other than grubbing the trees Horticultural Olnervatlmi. On thr- banks of tint lonely river;
- And chanted n melody no one knew; mat was(
out has, for many years, been nn object Prom time to time we hear rcport3 Where the friiRrunt llmt-- tliclr bought And tho Woman ntopptd, as her babe she. front door, and, though the
unite, tossed, quite heavy for him, took his claws,
for research by experimentalists, and of the enormous profits realized from Vr net nail wo parted forever! And thought of tho one she had Ions and turned It over as cook had told
various recipes have been given its In- gardens under glass. An English gar- The night-bir- stunt, nml the Htnrs ttbovo slnco lost, to do. Then he proceeded to y
And said, ns her teardrops back she hlm
fallible but there has always been a dener claimed a short timo tso that OfTold many n tauvhlntc story.
friend lone passed to the kingdom forced, his fenst.
flaw somewhere, and the discovery has he could make moro money from ten of love. "I hate the wind In Iho chimney."
eoino to nought. There Is, however, acres under glass than most men could Where the foul wears Its mantle of A Hoy Who Helped.
eno method of gottlng rid of heavy matte irom 10,000 acres of land not un- - Klory. Over tho chimney the night-win- d rang
uer glass. This Is probably a Httlo And chnnted a melody no one knew, In every conflict with fotelgn pow-- i
timber which has proved successful, We parted In silence our clucks were And tho Children salit, as they closer era, some of thoso who perform tho
although very slow, and consequently strong for most of us to accept. How wet drew, most Important services nro persons
can only bo adopted where the necessi ever, that enormous suras are made by With thr teurn that were past con- - "'TIs somo witch that Is cleaving tho who for one reason and nnothor havo'
ty does not exist for speedy work, sas men that farm under glass Is true, but Wo trollltiK: black night through,
the. Queensland Agricultural Gazette. It Is also true that the expense Is cor-
vowed we would never, no, noer for- - 'TIs u fairy trumpet that Just then been compelled to remain at home. As
Bet. blew, a striking Illustration of this truth, tho
Some dozen acres at Woody Point respondingly great The writer knows And tliee vows nt the time were, And wo fear tho wind In tho chim- Pilgrim Teacher recalls an nnecdoto of
have been cleared ot very large trees, of a man at Minneapolis who has a ney." revolutionary times. Luke Vnrnum
somo white gums especially having a considerable area under glass. He But tho lips that echoed the rounds of lived In a small village among the
sells annually several thousand dol- mine Over tho chimney the night-win- d fang
diameter ot from six to seven feet. The Are us cold ns that lonely river! And chanted n melody no ono know; Green mountains. Ho wa.s fifteen years
land was heavily Umbered, and yet lars' worth ot cucumbers nnd tomatoes And thnt ee, that beautiful tplrlt's And tho Jlun, as ho sat on Ills hearth old, and was lamo In hU left foot. So,
was cleared at a cost of about 2Cs. per bonre other growers get the same! shtlne, below,
acre. The owner, who Is fond of mak- products Into the market. As he has, And now on tho mldniiiht sky I look,
Has sluoiuleil Its llres forever. Slid to hlmclf: "It will surely snow, when every other hoy nnd every man,
And fuel Is dear and wattes low, old nnd young, shouldered his firelock
ing experiments In this line, found In no competition he can set his own And my heart crown full of vvtep-In- s;
And I'll stop tho leak In tho chim- and marched off to Join (Son, Stark nnd,
an American paper a process ot de- price, and he does. Wo have recently ney."
Ilaeh stnr Is to mo n sealed book, fight tho Hessians nt Bennlngton.Lttko
stroying growing trees, and determined seen an account of n German gnrdener Some tale, of that loved one keeping.
sang was left behind. Ho limped out nnd
to try it on his land. With an inch located near l.eadvllle, Colo., who sells Wo parted In silence wo parted In tears, On the banks of Unit lonely river;
Over tho chimney the night-win- d
And chanted a melody no ono Know; held tho stirrup for Lieut. Chittenden
auger he bored deep holes In the trees several thousand dollars' worth of
Hut the Poet listened and smiled, for ho to mount, and then he had to stay at
and niled them with powdered salt- cucumbers each winter from his glass Hut Kon odor and bloom of those by- -
jenrs Wuh Mini nnd Woman and Child, ull homo with tho babies and tho women.
petre. He then plugged up the holes, garden, charging somo'lmcs as high as Shall haw? o'er Its wnters forever. three,
"5 cents per cucumber. And said: "It Is Rod's own harmony. Tho company had been gono an hour
i and on examining them some weeks This wind wo hear In the chimney." nnd a half, more or less, when three
afterward he found that the salt had very valuable In apple Is one that Is the Northwest, where X"iilcnrlly of the llxcltislre.
lira llartc. men galloped upon horseback. Luko
been entirely absorbed. Ho replenished It Is so dllllcult to raise any kind of went down to the rails to sco who thoy
'the holes two or three times nnd waited apple of in a very candid nnd plain-spoke- n
were. "Is anybody here?" asked ono
:v to see the trees wither. Instead of this, that will fair quality. To asfind apples nrtlclc on "The Graciousncss of High
Itoliort's I'ct 1imiic.
stand all tcot3 to hardi Breeding" In tho November Woman's "Honk! honk!" cried tho wild gceso of them. "Yes," said Luke, "I am '
to his great regret, he found that they ness ns they flew over little Robert's house here." "I seo that," said the man,
and products eness Is not an easy Homo Companion, Ella Morris Kret-schm- ar
laughing. "What I mean is, Is thorn,
had Increased In density and beauty task, and some of the best horticul- on their way south to upuud llio win-
of foliage. The salt seemed to have turists In tho west makes theso pertinent re- ter. When Itobcrt heard the loud anybody here who can set a shoe?" "I
given them new life, as It was carried devoted much time during and northwest have marks: "Men and women who by con- think I can," said Luko. "I often tend'
their lives tact or travel know the "honking" ho would run out, nnd look-
the circulating sap from roots to to produce something that would be a ciety need not be told world's best
I with ing up to tho sky seo tho long lino of flro for Jonaa. I can blow tho bellows,
leaves. Evidently something was benefit to that simplicity geese, and wish so much that he could nnd I can hold a horse's foot. Anyway,
future generations. Among
.wrong. After a time ho met a Canadian tho many attempts few have succeeded. and graclousness are the invariable have a wild goose, that ono would I will start up tho fire." So Luko went
'gentleman to whom he casually men- One of the successes has been the characteristics of the highest breed- alight In his yard; but they flew right into tho forgo and built a fire. He
ing. If this fact could only reach the
tioned his experiment, and expressed Wealthy apple, and the successful man over. Not far from Robert's home was hunted up half a dozen nails, and he
'his opinion that he could not have read was Peter M. Gideon, residing at Ex- minds ot that class of 'four hundreds,' ot people who talk
a largo lake and here the wild geese had even made two more, when a
The Canadian. celsior, Minn. The Wealthy npplo has of 'excluslvcness,' of trade,' of not
the recipe correctly. the 'vulgarity often stopped, nnd many hunters went fourth horseman camo slowly down on
however, told him that he was quite proved so successful that It Is fruited knowing any one outside of 'our set,' With whlto laco and black velvet. Toque of red and black velvet. out nnd shot them. Peoplo liked them a walk. "What luck," snld ho, "to find
'right. Saltpetro was the only ingre- over a wide stretch of country. Vast
what a grateful social change would bo to cat very much. Ono day Robert's a forge with a Are lighted!" The
dient used, and thousands of acres were sums of money have been made out of wrought. That cold stare of the would-b- e father went out to get somo of tho speaker threw himself off tho horse
cleared by Its use In Canada. What had It, and it promises to be a greater til a mixture about tho thickness of ter, let It stand a minute or two, draw geese, back he meanwhile, nnd Luko pared the hoof
elect is but the expression of an cream Is produced, then pour In half a off this Infusion also, adding It to thnt broughtand when gooso ho camo
to be done, however, after the salt money-mak- er
In tho future. It Is only under-bre- soul. one live that had been of tho dainty creature and measurod
made with cold water. This makes hurt only a little. "See here, Robert, tho shoe, which was too big for her.
had been carried through the trees was fair that the growers of Wealthy ap- What 13 'excluslveness?' It Is that dram of spirits of camphor, shake blx cups
to rlngbark them, and when they were ples be duly grateful to the originator. human policy which shuts Individuals again, and It is ready for use. of coffee, which should bo hoy, what I havo brought you." called Ho heated It white, and bent It to tho
dead to lire them. The Woody Point We understand that Mr. Gideon is now heated quickly In a silver coffee pot, his father. "A flno live wild goose. It proper size. "It's a poor fit," he said,
off from tho pnlnvmnnt nf their kind. but take care It does not boll, lest the is hurt so Httlo thnt I think It will live but It will do." "It will do very well."
man set to work and carried out the more than S4 years of age nad In des- - 0y whlch society gains, since an TliiMe Long Itooum.
Long, narrow rooms are more diff- aroma should he lost. Then serve It all right, and jou can have It for your said tho rider. "But sho la very
rlngbarklng. When the trees were circumstances. Apple-growe-
harmonious element Is thereby In cups after dinner. Never make this,
quite dead he set them on Are, with the started a movement to in some moved. How pathetic is the isolation icult to furnish artistically than are own If you want It." Robert was de- footed,
nnd I do not daro to trust
result that the trees burned completely degree reward Mr. Gideon for what he 0f the determined aristocrat, especial-ha- s rooms of better proportions. In fur- coffee in a tin vessel; nlwnys use lighted, and took tho best of care ot her flvo miles unshod." For pride's
either silver or the brown his big new pet, and soan It was well; sake, tho flrst two nails Luko drove
out, even to the farthest tips of the done. A plan has been put on u-- in a small town where, other stli- - nishing such rooms the endeavor must china. Columbus Dispatch.
1, ; 'roots. Before nil were burned out foot to have each man that is growing ring Interest lacking, human relations constantly be made not to Interfere nnd after his father clipped Its wing3 were those ho had made himself. When
heavy rains came on and swamped the the Wealthy applo assess himself 1 mean so much. Could even a Dlvlno with the little width they already have, It was let out In tho yard with tho hens the shoe wns fast, he said, "Toll Jonas
stump holes, putting out the tires, but cent per tree per year and forward the microscope detect the difference but to cut off the length in effect.
A aooil Comni'tlr nnd chickens and sPinnd ery well that I lit up tho forgo and put on the
the experiment was a decided success. amount to Mr. Gideon. We hope that the naked souls of a banker's Where two long rooms
open Into each Authorities till tigree that cold water contented. It grow very tame, and shoe." "Wo will tell him," said tho
those among our readers that are and a grocer's wife? How infinitely other, screens and portieres may be Is the best of cosmetics, and those who Hobeit played with it a go.) I deal, and colonel, laughing, and ho rodo on. But
t In Canada. growing this variety of apple will fail stupid it Is to draw lines in small effectively employed to give them n wish for good complexions can employ tho gooso would come nt his call and ono of tho other horsemen tarried a
nil mi to nnd said: "Boy, no ten mca
Experiments with winter wheat into line and forward tho 3um indi- places Instead of honestly enjoying all shorter and therefore broader appear- no better means to that end than the really seemed to know the little bey who
the direction of the Ontario Agri- cated. ance. A sofa stood across a corner or daily bath. Beside this, nothing so and be fond of him. "Como home with left you today havo served tho
there Is to enjoy. If one has had su-
cultural union give results which may perior advantages, is there no obliga- a table to placed, especially with a conduces to health and comfort in mo nnd see my goose," Robert would country as you havo dono. That Is
Hour to ruck Apples. screen behind It, helps to break up the warm weather, siys the PIttsbu-- g Dis- often say to his schoolmates, and the Col. Warner." And when wo read how
be summarized as follows: Country shippers and packers of ap- tion to give pleasure, to make sun-
1. In average yield per acre. Daw-eon- 's length of an apartment. Another way going to hod, children were very glad to visit tho Col. Warner led up his regiment Just
ples should make It a point to pack shine in others' lives because ot that to break up length is to form a group patch. Taken Just before
Golden Chaff stood highest at hand it frequently Insures a ?ood night's odd pet. Ono lino day early In tho In tlmo to save the day at Bennington,
their fruit honestly; that Is, have the good fortune? Tho time istoo wide- of objects, such ns a table with books rest; taken on rlMng In the morning, spring Robert was out playing In the we may think of Luko Varnum, who
among eleven varieties tested over On-
1893, among nine varieties In fruit
run alike all through tho barrel, when intelligence will be Jardiniere, with a couple It gives n feeling of freshness for the yard nnd his dear goose was walking bravely helped his country.
tario in says the Chicago Trade Bulletin. Do spread, progress to a more vigorous on It and aclose
each of tho years 189 J, 1&95 and 1S96, not plane of thinking too real to admit of of chairs to It. as If Inviting labors of tho day. Sea salt, cologne, close by hint .13 usual, when a big flock
and among seven varieties In each of placing good, to endeavor cause deception by
men and women looking askance at guests to sit there; this group should etc., add much to tho luxury of tho of wild geese went over, going north Jack und .1111. 'v- -
the years 189", 1S9S and 1S99. sound, large fruit on tho of the length of bath, and one need hut read of the tills tlmo to build their ne.sts and rear Tho Icelandic Edda contains a leg-
one another to make mental Invoice of htand three-quarte-
2. In the experiments top and bottom of tho barrel, and fill social, financial or other probabilities? the room from Its front or rear and a nncient Homans to learn how far their little ones. Robert was so busy end about Man), tho moon. It Is said
in the middle with a lot of gnarly, looking up nt tho flock nnd trying to that Man! onco stole from tho earth
for 1899, Stewart's Champion Bearded wormy and decayed fruit. It does not Will It not soon penetrate tho dullest little to one side, to break tho length may go In tills direction.
Winter Fife, and Dawson'3 uoiuen pay. 1 he deception Is easily brain that wealth, rank or leadership of the wall lino. Another way to make count tho geese, nnd listening to their two children, a boy and girl, named
Chaff came through tho winter the best, detected nro powerless as shields against a room look less long nnd narrow Is to loud honking, that he did not notice HJukl and Bit, who hud been drawing
the Golden Drop the poorest. upon Investigation, and merchants do
or as props to mental, moral place a large rug over the carpet lloor
a. Early Red Clawson ana Imperial not care to have fraud practiced upon or physical deficiencies; that there U and a lesser rug of another color effect
A Mistaken Idea.
Do not soak clothes over night.
that his own denr gooso wns looking up water from tho spring Byrgr and were
It also, nnd suddenly, before io could carrying
It In a bucket suspended from
care to practlco positively no honest or sensible bnsU Fets the dirt when the water gets cold.
Amber were the first, and the Bearded them, neither do they Full reguia-- , Just bejond It, placing a table on the Look over the soiled pieces nnd rub stop her, sho rose quickly In tho nlr, a pole which rested on their shoulders.
Winter Fife and Stewart's Champion it upon their customers. bo used. Take for Judging individual excepting smaller one. - Joined the flock of her wild relations, Maul placed these two children, to-
toap on tho worst spots, nnd put them and off sho went. Little Robert stood gether with their
were tho lust, to mature in 1S99. tlon sized barrels should bucket, In n con-
out, nail the hoops in tho tub with hot water to coer. for n moment too surprised to speak spicuous place
4. Dawsou's Golden Chaff and Early the barrel, one head In the
Let them soak until the block stock-lug- s or move, but when ho found his dear they could bo seen by hcaveus This
('Mtnum of l'alu Cray llroudclotli whero
off the ends of tho nails at
Genessee Giant possessed the strongest and break Urn. of lliiniKilass.
rind woolens nio washed nnd out pot was really gone, ho burst Into tears undoubtedly
Btraw, and the Bearded Winter Fife the the Inside; place a layer or tier of, Every girl's dressing tablo boasts a
weakest In tho tests of the present apples, good and uniform size, smooth, hand glass, of course that Is, it doea j
C. Stewart's Champion and Beard- stems downward, on tho lower end, amount of vanity, but ono sometime
ed Winter Fife produced the longest, then nil up a basket
bright, healthy, as closely as possible,
full at a time,
it sno's a real giny-gi-
wonders when she look3 at the maids
with a tair IL of the way. Then wash the white nnd ran crying Into tho house.
clothes next and then the colored ones. mother," ho cried, "my gooso has flown tho Swedish peasants point to two of
The. I!;ili' hrnlp.
"O moon, and It Is said that to this day
nway! Sho went off with that big theso spots ns 11 boy and a girl carry-
flock that Just flow tivar. Oh dear, oh ing n bucket of water between them.
refers to tho spots on tho
and the Golden Drop the shortest, throwing out small, wormy, gnarly and on the streets to what use theso Im- It is of the greatest Importance to dear!" nnd he cried as though his heart Now "Mother Gooso" whatever may
etraw in 1S99. windfall apples, and shaking tho barrel plements are put, for tho tollot of tli a keep u child's scalp In a clean nnd would break. "Don't cry so," said his havo been the ago In which this de-
6. In the experiments well after each deposit until It Is full average
feminine shows so often a to wholesome condition from Its earliest mother. "I nm so sorry, dear, but try lightful old lady lived, and this matter
of each of the past six years, Dawson's two Inches above the rim; place the1 tal lack of symmetry that ono cannot infancy, as on this condition depends to think how happy your gooso Is go- is as uncertain as tho ago of Homer
Golden Chaff was one of the least, and head squarely on the apples; and with bcIl0V(J she gnenj3 much Ume uslni; the character of the hair later on. ing to he with all the other geese, fly- undoubtedly had heard this story of
the Early Gcnessee Giant was ono of a screw or lever press, torco it, into tho rcilectors. At least she doesn't let ing, flying along through tho bright Maul, and that Is how sho camo to
tho most, affected by rust. place and nail securely. Turn over tho her gaze wander below her head, It
bluo sky. Perhaps she was lonely with mnko up tho rhymes about Jack and 1
7, In 1S99 all varietips were practi- barrel and mark name of applo with would seem. for. while her coiffure it OUR COOKINQ SCHOOL. you." Jill. Sho changed tho unmo HJukl Into
cally free from smut, as tho seed used red or black lead, or stencil. Bear in all right usually, tho collar below la rwv i "1 am afraid somebody will shoot Juck and turned Bll Into Jll, to pro-ser-
mind that, to be shipped safely, fruit often a sight. One young woman In I'uddlni: I'll").
was eo free from smut spores. One pint of milk, flavored with cin-
her," sobbed Robert. "Wo will hnpo Its feminine, character, and tho
8. Stewart's Champion and Daw- - must bo packed tight, to prevent rat- a car the other evening had on a black they will not," said his mother, try-
tling or bruising. In shipping apples velvet stock which was fastened with namon and laurel leaf, and two bay ing to comfort him. "Well, now, who story about tho mishap which befell
Bon's Golden Chaff produced tho plump-
est, and Imperial Amber and Early Ited the ilrst of tho season early varieties white pins In tho frankest manner Im- leaves, a small piece of butter, '2 eggs, would havo thought of It?" said Rob- tho children wns easily Invented. In-
Clawson tho most shrunken, grain in shippers should sco that openings aro aginable, each little head showing 2 tablespoonfuls of corn flour or ert's father when ho camo homo nt deed, wo can sec, tho accident happen
this year's tests. cut on tho side of tho barrels and also ground rice; light crust In patty tins, night nnd the Httlo boy inn to tell him in any month, if wo will watch tho
on tho black, while at the moon through Its vnrlous phases, for
3. Stewart's Champion and Daw- in both ends, to admit of free clrcula- - i ouhor end a row ot bristling points or saucers. his sad tale. "I supposo I ought to as tho moon wanes Its spots succes-
son's Golden Chaff were the moat popu- tlon of air, which will greatly help to i warned "hands off." Tho remainder SheUord l'liddluc have clipped her wings again. But sively disappear: "Jack fulls down
lar varieties, and the golden drop the bring apples through In good condition . of the costumo was pretty and ovon Quarter-poun- d of bread crumbs, 5 don't cry nny more, my boy; perhaps and Jill comes tumbling after."
least populur, with the experimenters during warm weather. I
elegant, but this ono feature spoiled It lb. of apples, 2 ozs. of suet, 2 ozs, of su-- 1 I can get you another gooso next fall.
In 1899. all. Another maid who walked down gar. Stew a plo dish with a layer of I will try to, anyway." Hinnll for Ills Age.
10. During tho past seven years Daw-son- 's Teed for hlie. apples, next a layer of sugar and "But It won't bo my own dear
Horse breeders cannot make a the street recently slightly, mind you had her skirt on "Grandfather," said a saucy Httlo
Golden Cbaff has been an ex- slightly awry only bread crumbs; same again, stopping goosle," said Ilobert; "and I thought boy tho other day, "how old are you?"
ceedingly popular variety with tho worse mistake with their foals than but It was enough to throw tho lino up with suet. sho loved mo and liked to stay with Tho old gentleman,
been conducting to Rbut them away from tho dams be- which commenced at the curly knot at who was much un-
farmers who have llaked Plum ruddlng. mo."
der tho ordinary size, took tho child
these co - operative experiments fore they can eat crushed oats and the back of the head was continued "I guess Rho loved her own kind of between his knees
bran. Size must bo obtained In these down the plait of the shirt waist and A moderato dish of flour, raisins, a and said: "My dear
throughout Ontario. Httlo more than 4 lb, ot suet, lemon geese best," said Robert's father, smil- boy, 1 am 85 years old, but why do you
days, and If a youngster is allowed should havo finished straight down tho ing. Robert often thought of his gooso
New Use for Dried Apple. to lose time during the first winter skirt, completely out ot Its course, and Skirt and jacket strapped with the peel, 1 egg; mix with milk or water. during the summer, and ho and his ask?" Tho Httlo fellow replied:
Put a little salt in tho pudding. "Well, It seems to mo you are very
It seems that the consumption ot ot its existence, no amount of forcing so It was quite sufficient to ruin the same. The vest Is ot dark red velvet. Grease the dish; put In a cold potato mother used to talk about her and small for your age."
wine In France Is steadily diminishing will make up for It afterwards. It effect of what was otherwise an at- to make It light, also baking powder. wonder what sho was doing In her far-
owing partly to the prevailing opinion is not necessary or even desirable to tractive toilet. She didn't uso a hand A New I'lllow. away northern homo, for ho did not
among the common peoplo that wine confine them In a small yard, and glass, that's certain. Examples of thlj Havo you heard of pillows stuffed Railway Pudding--. I'roverbt from Madagascar.
egg up with know much of tho habits ot wild
Is too frequently Injuriously adulter- stuff them with cooked foods of va sort multiply when one looks for them, with paper? Well, thut is Just what is Beat one three-quarte-
geese. "Do you supposo she ever Thoro aro few more expressive
ated, bo thoy have turned to a bever rious sorts In order to cover their ribs gays a writer In the Chicago Chronicle, helug done, and from a hygienic point of a cup of brown sugar, then add thinks ot mo?" Robert asked his phrases than somo which pass cur-
age which they believe is too cheap to with a lot of flabby fat. Plenty of There's the woman who ping her bo- of view they are declared without an of a cup of milk. Stir mother. "I am afraid geeso cannot
do rent among primitive races. Henri
l warrant adulteration, namely, elder. room, with sound, natural food, Is the dice with tiny safety pins, those fas- equal. Theso paper pillows arc In great in a cupful of flour, afterwards add a much thinking, but It sho could, I feel Magor, a member of tho French council
line that It demand for hospital use, and are de- tublespoontul ot baking powder, Iiako suro sho would like to think about ono for tho government of the colonies,
la 1895 the consumption of elder best way to produco horses with godd tenings forming a g zig-za-
In Paris alone was upwards of constitutions." makes ono dizzy to look at, and she clared by tho doctors who have used on butter paper In a tin, und turn out, who was nlwavs so good to her and transcribes a tow expressions used by
10,000,000 gallons. But In 1838 owing Tho above paragraph, taken from whoso sash Is maudlin looking, It's so them superior to any other kind of and spread with Jam, loved her so dearly," answered his natives In Madagascar, which seom to
to the failure of the apple crop in the tho London (Eng.) Live Stock Journal, crooked, and a host of others, tho great pillow stulllng. Tho Intest manner of llolled llread l'uddlng'. mother. deserve a wider vogue. Speaking of an
provinces where the product was made, teaches the soundest kind of doctrine. majority of the transgressions occur- preparing tho paper for stuffing Is to About u pint of milk, slices ot When tho geeso began again to fly cgotlBt, thoy say, "Ho knows two for
tho elder consumption dropped to com- It has often been pointed out In these ring in tho neck arrangements. Tho cut It Into nnrrow strips about three bread. Boll the milk with two bay south, Robert often
watched tho flocks himself and not one for anybody else."
paratively nothing. Owing to tho pro- columns that "calf flesh" If once lost hand glass Is a real necessity, not so Inches long nnd n quarter of an Inch leaves, a little cinnamon, laurel leaf, and wondered If his gooso wore there. "Ho is like tho cock that sings nt
hibitive duties on elder of about ex- can never be regained, and this ap- - much from motives of vanity as from wide. Then with a
d knife 12 egRij; gieaso tho basin; boll nearly And ono day you can hardily hollevo night," they say of the unlimited talk-
I teen cents a gallon In Paris, Its piles with equal forco In tho growing a desire to appear decently arrayed, each strip should ho curled, as nre os- an hour. Bo suro to let It stand a Ht- It, but this Is a true story Rohert'H er, while at tho everlasting borrower
tensive Importation was Impossible. It of colts. The "hothouse" system of j and in order, and It's a pity, therefore, trich feathers. A caso stuffed with tlo before taking It out of tho basin gooso did come back; sho flew right they remark: "His mouth Is his snuff-
was necessary to obtain a substitute fcrelng is rightly denounced, for It be- - It Isn't used oftener and with moro papor In this way makes a light, (6erve with sauce). Put over tho Into tho yard nnd brought two dear box." When a man conducts his af-
in which." as our consul at Bordeaux, gets a host of evils for tho days ot thoroughness. J
pillow, und 1ms proved more greasy paper u little flour. goslings with her! Oh, how delighted fairs well, a nutlvo will tell jou, "Ho
the famous American author, aro Albion satisfactory than ono stuffed in tiny
maturity however much It may tend Lemon Cheesecakes. Robort was! And tho gooso seemed to swims without 110U0." or If ho scci
W Tourgce, says, "two thing to beautify young stock. Natural Tlk'ht Indue.
othei fashion. Quarter-poun- d of butter, 1 lb, of know him, and enmo right up to eat tho impossible; "Ho wants tho bird""'"
Mrat It must havo a pleasant methods and natural food aro tho so-- 1 Tho evil effects of tight lacing will
loaf sugar, C eggs, leaving out two out of his hand Just ns sho used to do. on tho wing." To lender tho Idn of
fruity flavor; nnd, second. It must not cret of success. Tho former provides ba very soon realized by thn woman '
Ciilfro j the Frcndi .Method. whites, tho grated peel and Juice of "Well, well." exclaimed Robert's fa- "11 little," a Malagas) will point to tho
make too heavy a drain upon the
abundance of outdoor exorcise, with who has tender feet. to undue Tho com-
Dlvtdo tho quantity of colTee to bo three lemons. Stand tho Jar, with but- ther, "to think of that gooso's coning ground nnd say, "Llko tho water In the
purse." To meet this demand lts fresh air and sunlight adjuncts, pression adds tenfold are sopain, and roasted Into two parts, put tho 111 at ter, in a basin of boiling water till back! I think It shows that sho loved holes made by a chicken's feet;" nnd
was evolved A sparkling, very often the ankles swollen
which go go far In the production of aud inflamed by tho end of tho day that half Into a coffee roaster, which must melted; add tho other Ingredients. you pretty woll, uftor nil, my son." if ho wishes to describe a person who
fruity but harmless beverage. constitutions; latter they are utterly shapeless. In cases ot bo kept constantly turning until tho The mixture should be tho consist- Tho gooso never wont away again, but Is content with moderato comforts, ho
Following Is a reclpo furnished by healthy good, heavy oats,
manufacturer of means bran, car- this kind tho remedy Is not far to seek. coffee becomes a palo brown, lllto dried ency ot honey. Make tho tartlets of sho und tho goslings lived nil tholr will put it thus: "He behaves llko a
obo of the leading
Bordeaux: Five pounds of raisins, rots aud owcet,
Ave rather than condlmcntal
fodders, The following treatment should bo per- ulmouds, and Is reduced
foods and severed In; It will giro Immediate re-
h in puff pasto and fill them with tho lives with Robert on tho pleasant farm. hound munching flies."
put In and mixture, ELIZABETH ROBINSON. j
five pounds of dried apples, nnd weight Set that aside, nnd
feeding lief, and, when practicable, should be roabt tho other half until It Is the color
KalloBS of water. Put In an open cask forcing stuffs. Commence l'luui l'uddlns. Cocoa fiber is used In manufactur-
and let stand for three days; bottle the sucking foals on crushed oats, resorted to twice a day; Soak tho feet of flno brown chestnuts and has lost Quarter-poun- d of currants, 4 lb l'Hlljr Understood, ing tho Bombay rug- -a kind gf heavjv
This story may sound a Httlo bit like matting especially mndo for uso
with a of sugar and bran, etc., and they will stand wean-
of cinnamon In each bottle. Vary ing without loss of flesh and
well in tepid water, to which a little h
of its weight. Mix tho two of raisins, stoned, lb. of suet, 4
progress ammonia has been added, and as the parts together and grind them ut onco lb. of flour, 2 ozs. peel, Httlo salt, peel a fairy story, and you may think It smoking-room- .
It keep clean longST? luJ
ilt to suit the taste. upon good rations until they mature water gets cold pour in moro hot to in a coffee mill, both roasting aud nearly bait a lemon, a tablespoonful safer not to believe It, hut It la Just than a woolen rug.
iUe fcivof 60,000,000 rjallons of this into large, sound, profitable horses.
la ItM keep up the temperature After drying grinding should be done as the coffee of sufcir, a few almonds, a very little as true as can bo, for tho owner of the
fcOTKSfe were used In Fraace. Of In the feet rub them gently und thor- Is wanted. To two ounces of ground mixed spice, 1 egg, teaspnonful of cat said so himself. He was a lino,
1- -2 Georgia occasionally mobs a Mormon
to us lae areb ubcieu If only pure milk were sold In Lon- oughly with a mixture made thus: Add coffeo put four cups of cold water, carbonate ot soda; squeezo not quite black Persian cat, and came proudly elder Just lo show that sho Is not Irre-
The coaitM says inai don it is estimated that from 20,000 to one ounce of the best Unseed oil to the then draw off this Infusion and put it half a lemon; mix with warm milk, marching Into tho houso ono day with vocably committed to tho color lino.
90,000 mora cows would b wanted to u rnor, Httlo sparrow in his mouth, for
aw tbt towac
used la Its aau-'JjJsu-
U wUsa- - kM ua the supply.
same quantity of lime water, shake the aside, then put the wet coffee into tho to be quite thick. Boll 2 2 hours
pu&fclci will catch birds, no matter how Genuineness Is greater than genius.
bottle in which the Ingredients are ua- - bigger with three cups nf Ltolllng wa- tie very tight; leave room to swtlL -
ROPE MAKING IN MANILA. CAB NO.
Curfew for Ailtill.
A (limit Product Turned Out srlth tin London's "Cabbies" St list fieo Btralr.li I Tho city fathers of Dch Moines, la.,
Most l'rlmltlto Machinery. n nil Know short Itoutcs.
have Btnrted In, tho people begin to
think, to tho old Connecticut
Prom tho Chicago Record: Rope This summer in Scotland Yard I at- blue lnws. The curfow wh'.itlo has been
making Is nn industry at which many tended nn examination of men who de- blowing nt 8 p. in. for two years, warn-
work, Tlio machinery used Is primi- sired to bo appointed 'bus nnd cab ing nil youngsters under 12 thnt they
Use I tive but tho finished article the work-
ers turn out is smootii and strong.
drivers, and the affair was most amus-
ing. They've a rickety old bus down
must go home or bo arrested.
Moro old fashioned regulations nro
Thero is no way of cheating In this there, a perfect nrk, und nttnehed to now being made. The first Is nn ordi-
It work. Tho hemp comes In bales, ns
It leaves tho plantations. It is taken
out to tho street, where tho work is
dono and whoro the spools arc, fcr tho
tho fore of it a brace of e
by winners, likely, that, nftcr a meal
one-tim- nance requiring all persons to bo In-
doors by 11 p. m, If not, nnd they nro
of ginger nnd pepper, do get up enough unable to give good accounts of their
animation to drag that ark at a spank-In- g business out so lntc, they will bo
first process. Tlmo and practice aro gate the length of tho inclosure. promptly incarcerated In the city Jail
"I hive used Ayer's Hair needed to learn tho knnck of keeping The would-b- e driver mounts tho box, and fined from $1 to $50 or sent to
Vigor for a grct miny yeirs tho reel going around by a slmplo twist whips up the horses, nnd attempts to Jail for twenty dnys.
nd it his been very Satisfactory of tho wrist. Tho operator backs slow- drive between two stakes planted In Another ordlnanco Just passed pro-
tho ground so close together that to go hibits
spitting on the streets nnd
I to me in every way. I hive
ly awny as tho strands grow in length, aaW j 9r wsv
'a n at k a
u a piu. fl
x r- -r ' . &i,J4bbbb
wvuiiiuicuucu u 10 1 greu mny
and when he has gone as far as ho
deems necessary he begins to wind up
sidewalks; penalty $10 flno or
between them means to escape them sentence. To throw n banana peel Jail on w -
of my friends and tney nive all all tho cord that ho has spun, for
tho next operation twclvo spools of
at the hubs, scarcely more than a quar-
ter of nn inch on cither side. Some-
times tho driver mnnages It. If ho re-
tho sidewalk or etrqet will cost the
been perfectly satisfed with it."
Mrs. A. Edwards, San Fran-
cisco, Cal., Feb. g. 1899.
this cord and nnother machlno are
used. The machlno has twelve cranks
nt ono end nnd two at tho other. When
Tho making of a loud noise will sub-
pents tho feat two or three times with ject the noisy one to a flno rrtnzlng
success, and also manages to get his from $3 to $100. Tho council will also
horses pulled up sharp when a finger make war on slot mnchlnes that
m iiii Z
(itn- - cjufmsv
the strands nro laid, If the ropo bo a
long one, supports nro erected about
fifty feet apart. Thcso are to keep tho
Is raised, he a nppolnted, and giver, abound In tho city. Hundreds of thorn
the first opening. And thereafter for nro In operntlon In every resort whero
years ho is privileged to nmazo Ameri- people gather, oven giocery stores, nnd
Talk strands from twisting nnd tnngllng as
they are spun about. Two men stand
cans by his wonderful cleverness with the council has decreed tho banish-
the reins In the crowded Strand or ment of all of them. M
at tho upper end of the walk and faco
the man who Is turning the twelve
strands. Each has two
Piccadilly circus. It Is different with
tho would-b- e cabbies. They, too, arc tho otreets nt 11 p.everyone to get oft
compelled to drive between stakes and
Some of the laws will bo resisted.
The ono requiring
m, Is already the and Bowels 9 ?SM
v. jp3 Jtet&S
pieces of wood In his hands, and In to pull up their nags, but more than subject of every Joke, and tho first &Z?J&hL
thcso cones are six grooves, through that Is nsked of them, "If you wcro to have trouble. tries to enforce It will --
r3's,M v'j ,oi
m a . 11 .i:sa.VSia
which, tho strands run. Tho operator pick up a faro In the Addison road to
at tho strand end turns his wheel to The gambling ordlnnnco was
That's always the way with
our Hair Vigor. When per-
tho right and tho men at tho other
drive to the Upper Bedford plnce, what
would be jour route?" Such questions
by public sentiment, ns the
evil had been carried to Intolcrablo THEySTEft mW'i'wmwMm i
end roversc tho operation. Tho strands as that are put to them. Now, there length. The women's club had peti-
sons use it they arc always so
begin to twist and grow smaller and aro endless routes, but cabby Is obliged tioned for the g
highly pleased with it that they harder, and at Inst tho two men with by law to take the shortest, and If ho to do away with n filthy evil that
tho cones start slowly toward tho can not draw a lino nlong tho map of greatly annoyed them. Tho council
tell their friends about it. strand man. If thero are tangles In London, marking that shortest route, went them one better, or several bet-
If your hair is short, too front of them, they separate tho snarl ho Is told to go homo nnd study for ter. All these ordinances go Into effect
thin, splits at the ends, is rough, with their toes. In front' are twclvo another month. But where ho falls Immediately.
or is falling out, our Hair Vigor
will perfectly sitisfy you.
strnnds. Behind tho advancing oper-
ators nro two. It Is a slow walk from
one end to the other, and It Is hard
dozens of others succeed. And n single
walk along n London street bears
proof of the enormous number of men
Squlldlg Yankee Doodlo Is nn nb i
If your h:ir is just a little work to keep the strands whirling nnd
tho mnrhlnery going until the two
who know their city like a book. How surd song. Who on earth was Mac-
many hansoms there nre In London I aroni, anyway?
gray, or perfectly white, Ayer's
Hair Vigor will bring back to it
all the dark, rich color it had
years and years ago. ftfrgfr
ropes nro complete. When all Is done
tho finished object Is a ropo the slzo of
n clothesline. If a larger ropo Is to
be made, the operation Is repeated with
as many strands as desired, according
do not know, but I know this: The
cab I called one morning was No. 8; you know? He was the man that In'
tho cab I called that afternoon was vented thnt wiielcsa telegraphy.
No, C0.C7S. I spent a week looking for
cab No. 1 nnd didn't find it. I learned
Mrs. Squlldlg Why, my dear, don't
A tongue Is nn offensive ns well as
Mill II II IMWM
to the thickness of the rope wanted.
Tho process Is tho same, but cones
then thnt No. 1 was the number of the defensive weapon.
private hniuom of the prince of Wales.
Write the Doctor with larger grpoves are used. Tho Detiolt Freo Press.
Do Ymir Feet Ache nml llurir
irymiilniiotiit'Mliinll tho benefits oii ropo may be made of any length. In Shnke Into your shoes. Allen's Foot-Eas- e,
ilcnlru frurn tlm iimi it tlio Vlirnr, wrlto n powder for the feet. It makes
tho,locurnliiit . He will tell ouJust fact, as long ns the hemp holds out the AN ECCENTRIC STAR. tight or New Shoes feel Easy. Cures
tliorljrht tiling in 1I11, ami Mill dcmljou operators can splice and splice Indefi-
his Imok on tho lliilrand Scalp ir sou Corns, Bunions, Swollen, Hot
nitely. The ropo is rolled up In great 1'olnrW Movements Aro Affected by Rtnr Sweating Feet. At all Druggists nnd
rcrjucst It. Ailtlrciw,
it..1. u. ateh, Lowell, .Mass. colls when it Is finished for shipment, That Aro Invisible. Shoe Stoies, 2,".e. Sample sent FREE.
rlARITIIAU DCDUAMCMTfV U!)
Sir Walter licstint lioKlns In the
nnd Is then wrapped In coarso cloth
manufactured from tho same fiber.
How the existence of nn invisible Address Allen S. Olmsted. LeRoy, N. Y.
celestial body may bo revealed through
tho spectroscope Is explained by Prof. j.'u,. ru""1HI,L'111' fe .-
-- -' d
tO fill j3
December Century series of papers 11
W. W. Campbell, of the Lick Observa- The story of "The Movement of
itZ- ?Z K
Illustrating life in Kaat txnilon, as It AN ODD
la tory, In giving nn account of his recent Wheat" certainly a story that does
Ills milliner of treating Tried to Obey Love and Duty nt Once. discovery that Polaris, or the North not lack for large and romantic Inc-
tho subject Is that of the novelist.
rather than the ossaylBt, for he takes A naval l,
the record of Star, Is a triple system. Tho shifting identswill be told, with abundant Il-
as his point of ilepartnre tho birth which has Just been tecelved at the of the lines of the spectrum of the star lustrations, in McClure's Magazine for
of n typical ;lrl of tho Eat End Navy Department In Washington, has enables us to determine, he says, December, by Ray Stannard Baker. In
t. "One of tho Two Millions In Hast Lon- decided tho question whether an en- whether tho star Is approaching or re- gathering his material, Mr. Baker
don," nml traces her enreer to tho listed man on guard is neglecting his ceding from us, and how rapidly. Re- made a careful tour of the great wheat
fnrnib, the great il
time of her marriage at seventeen to duty in making love to a girl, says tho cent observations of Polaris, made great exchanges, elevators, carefully besides
a young countryman who hafl como Boston Globe. Corporal Thomas Scan-Io- n with n spectograph attached to the studying the documents and statistics
up to town to malip his Ilvlns ns a of tho marine corps was the ac- thirty-six-inc-
h telescope, show that Its of the agricultural department.
porter. 1,1 Is n "hoard pchool" girl, cused. Corporal Scanlon was march- velocity Is variable. It approaches the
and Kir Walter lioliiti that what tho ing his beat outside of nn ofllccr's resi- folar system now with a velocity of Evcurslon to Alabama, Mississippi,
average Knst Ixindoner learns from dence at tho League Island Navy Yard, llvo miles per second. This will in- aeorgla, Tennessee, Kentucky, Florida,
hool(B nt schools he nftorwnrds for-Bd- a;
near Philadelphia, when n servant crease In two days to eight and North nnd South Carolina, from Hous-
but that the civilizing influence maid In the officer's household joined miles, and In the next two ton & Texas Central points, Doc. 20,
of tho schools is Incalculable, and has
marvellously transformed him, The officer came upon the cott-pl- o dnys will decreaso until It again be- 21 nnd 22, tickets limited 30 days.
tho East suddenly, much to tho confusion comes Ave miles. This cycle of change Rate one fine lound trip. Qulckcts
End within the past thirty yearB. No
pne knows more of the life of tho poor of both, as Corporal Scanlon had his Is repeated every four days. The only route to New Orleans, nnd points in
Vin London than tho author of "All arm around thu maid's waist. Charges cxplnnntion of this movement Is that Southeast via New Orleans. Is via
Sorts and Conditions of Men;" and no of unsoldlerly conduct and neglect of the star is circling In nn orbit which Houston, tho route of Suu'ct-Centr-
ono Is better known ns their pictorial duty were preferred by the officer Is turned toward us more or less edge- Special.
Interpreter than Phil Slny, who col- against Corporal Scanlon. A court-marti- al wise, and it can circle thus only be- Through ttnlns on above dates.
laborates with Joscpli l'ennell In I- was ordered, much to the as- cause It Is associated with some other S. F. IJ. MORSE. M. L. ROBBINS,
llustrating Sir Walter's article. body, the two revolving about their P. T. M. (J. P. & T. A.
tonishment of Corporal Scanlon, who,
Ilesprrt womankind If you claim to
being a soldier, could not understand
why ne was not privileged to make
common center of gravity, like the
balls of a dumbbell tOFaed Into the
Santa Claus will soon be the
of .many epistles. X'V. CAb. rj.v.
be a gentleman. love to a pretty girl at any and all nlr. The orbit In nearly circular and
times. Several Interesting questions Is comparable size with tho moon's
100 Itenard SI 00. HO. Ct.JjS! TEXAS LIMITED"
Tlio renders of this pai r will bo pleased to
I car a that there Is utltuhiomi dreaded ilNcmo
were Involved In the case. Was It
unsoldlerly to mnke love to a girl while
orbit around thr earth. The center of
gravity, and, therefore, the binary
LZTTZX TO UXS. FINKnAil
"lam so grateful to J'ou
sys-ter- n, what fr BUY ftT MANUFACTURER FROM
thai kcIcuiio lias ohlo to euro In all Its
KUiKCH.nnii that Ik Ciitnrrli. Hall's Catarrh on guard? Was Corporal Scanlon pro- Is approaching the solar system at Lydla 13. Pinkhntn's Vegetable Com- At wholesale, prices, ami wive two or thrco profits. This picture NORTH TEXAS to
Cure. 1b tho only positive euro now known to tho tecting public or private property In present with a velocity of seven and pound has done for mo that I feel a represeuti our No. A, LKATHKKTHEK SADDLE, the only o gen-uln-
medical fraternity. Catarrh being a constitu- though I must Leather Tree Huddle inide. The tree in this saddle will lat
tional dUeasc, reunites u unutlltutlonal treiit-mon- t. standing guard before an officer's resi- h
one-fift- miles per second. In 1896 It VIA
lfall'H Cnuirrh Hiiro Ik taken Internally, dence? Can a soldier keep tils arm was approaching at the rate of twelve Women tell ulxiut it. A IfHHHPIV a lifetime. Itls almoit iinichtrni'tililo. It is tlio most comfortable pad
dle es er rjildi n, aud tlu only ouo tbut will not hurt any horse. I'rloe
acting directly upon Mm blond unit mucous Mir-ra-
of tho Rjfstrm. thoroby
foundation of thdUcaM.,unilitlvlni.'tupatlcnt
htrent.-t- by btilldtnv up thu conMltutlon and
asHjstltiu nature In tiding ItH worlc. Tlio pro-
tho around a girl and his eye on property
which ho is guarding at tho same
tlmo? Tho court did not undertake to
and one-ha- lfmiles per second. A part
of this change of velocity since 1896
may be duo to n change In the posi- ty Try
Would Sure- taken very sick.
year ngo I was
mo no good only
Sl'J.OO. weighing moro than 1GO lbs. tlio prico will bo from
fl.OO to ?1.W) extra. Semi us Sl.OO, and we will alipyoa this raddlo
C. O 1). Kxamine It ut your Station, uml if satisfactory, pay thetml-nuc- o
itli tlio oxtiriM rnnrges to tho agent. Wrlto lor our
Santa Fe AND
prietors bttio mi muili faith In its curative
powor that they orler One Hundred Dollars for answer theso questions except by in-
ference. It returned a verdict of "not
tions of tho orbltB of the binary sys-
tem, but the most of It must have been Medio
Pinkham's to (lcuden tho Cntulogiio of SnUillery nml ILirnru'i, It will open your eyes on
nny raT that It falls to cure. Send for lint of fno if
pain which I
goods and prices. International and Great Northern Ry.
AildresH I'. J. OIIIJNUY &. CO , Toledo,
a guilty" on all charges and specifica-
tions, which the Navy Department has
produced by the attraction of n third
body on the two bodies composing the They Only hud almost con-
stantly. I got
W. H. DILLINGHAM & CO. Through l'ulitiiiin Vestibule r31ecicrs and
Krte llt'cHnlnj; I linlr tars. Equipment and
Halls Family Pills uro tho best. Interpreted to mean that g love-makin- four-da- y system. Tho period of the Knew, Says KENTUCKY SUPPLY HOUSE, m Ice the U t. Call on fcauta Vo Agents for
some of your i
Tho happIeEt pcoplo arc thoso con-tcnt- ly and guard duty synchrouously are not revolution of tho binary system nround King Mrs. Compound nnd 715 AND 717 W. MAIN ST., LOUISVILLE, KY. piirticulurg
W. f . KEEWAN. C. P. A.. Calveaton.
p.mploycd. Inconsistent with military law. Tho the center of gravity of itself and the took ono bottlo AW yAWWrrWWVWAWWWW
department evidently Indorses this third body Is not known, but is prob-nbl- y and received benefit from 7unr
j0x. . L. DOUGLAS
A I'riiuo nt loiiiiuerce,
many years. Both companions of I have it nt once. ,' V
John M. Smyth, head of tlio gteat
liouso Tho John M. Smyth Co., has
built up, by yeais of hard work, tho
greatest lnbtltiitlrm of Its kind In tho
view, as Secretary Long has approved
tho verdict of tho court-marti-
ordered that Corporal Scanlon bo re-
stored to duty.
taken it ever since und now
Polaris nro invisible, but their ex- have no backache, no pain in my
istence is proved by the disturbances sldo nnd my btomtch nnd bowels uro
which their attractions produce In the perfectly well. J can honestly Miy that
JQHNMf u. m TO IbbV
' rsrr1 72-- '
? & 3.50to SHOES
? compared 5t SG V a
world. Ills name Is a household word motion of Polaris, f(MAMMOTMv irl fs ISO madison M DIIIIUUIGI IIIUIIO.
lmliirKiil by oter
Their "ad." In another part of this
paper should bo of interest to every-
Forcata of Leaflet. Trees.
Forests of leafless trees aro to be SANDOW ON EXERCISE.
there Is nothing- like It. If I could only
tell every woman bow much good your
medicine bns dono me. they would
I fc MA LUWUtKriW
V " nww --iTrt jZJt
ch icago rt
l m 77je 1,000,000 h. curel
jp. t'ougut nme ana. .
one. Uct their catalogue of everything found in some parts of Australia. Tho surely try it." M autiu. M, Kiso, Noiitu iiimpca on bottom, laktf,
Suys Dumbbell l'mctlce. If Not Oierilonv, r i. nnt rood. ciaimeu 10 v
to eat, wear or use. trees, known as tho "Leafless Acacia,"
have no leaf, and their respiration is
Is tho l'ropor llilng.
"Dumbbell practice glvca strength to
Tho way women triflo with hcnlth
;i SI4.25 U&i SI4.25 The B.est Sewing our dealer. vaajMrk
mould keep them lu
not. c will send a ralr'
Bxperlence comes high,
but Is a carried on through a little stem which, every sinew, from the linger tips to the shows n degreo of indifference thnt is macntneon for Our tarcn VH on receipt 01 price, aula mu
inu 01 miner, sue, and wMib, Mtia or
for this purposo, apparently acts tho
Barrio as tho leaf. In this species, in
elbow, from tho top of the head to the pastundcrstumling'. Hnppines.snndiibe-fulnes- s
sole of the foot," Sandow, the strong depend on phyMcul health ; bo
At 4.25 $1
"MELBA" Sewing Machine.
lW"' cap toe. Cataloirue A free.
OOUGLAS SHOE CO., fkaoWaa,
Little consequence of tho Intense, heat and
drought of Australia, whero tho treos
man, said In u recent Interview. "The 'oesngood disposition. Disease makes
young caii be kept In perfect health, omcu nervous, irritable, and snap-
to wli.it ollieni uro aMnKj05.ll tnA.(U
for. Guaranteed by us lor 20 ) cars (mm
high-grad- e rnncblne pqn.il You ought to have a good
abound, tho leaf blado entirely ceases
to bo developed, nnd tho leaf stalk be-
comes vertically flattened Into what
and older people are helped and im- pish. Tho very effort of ailing women
proved even when suffering any to bo nil-me- nt
makes them ner-
which appears to them to bo vous. Write to Mrs. Pinklmm, sho will
date of imrcliaxo, uculnn nny Imperfec-
tion In uinterinl or uurlimaneliip. The
stand Is made oJ the twt Iron uml Is
nlcflr proportioned. The cabinet work
?d be rateblnz that rata.
raotblnfr that you can apead roar
Is per fret mul I furnished in )or choice money for will give yon sBoew
botanists term a "phyllode," which quite hopeless, but, of course, great help you to health and happiness.
to Cancer. performs tho samo vegotatlvo function
as the leaf, but presents only an edgo
caro must be taken not to overdo the Itcostsnotbing togetMrs. Pinkham's
practising, and It is wiser to increase advice. Her address is Lynn, Mass. tfRBiaK53flflBiiH
. antlquc.oak or walnut. It liuoseten
drawers all handsomely carved ami with
nlikrl-plntr- ring pulls. The mechan-
ical construction Is equal to that of
i HH lighten comfort and pleasure.
ar our oorrugaiea
Cancer often results from an im to direct sunshine and light; and is tho number of movements very grad- any machine rt'Kardlpt of price. All I
anteod. for eitbr uudergrouni or top iTittati
ually and not on nny account to get THE Pleaiantest. mot powerful, effective wnrlinir parts ore of tba best r barrel slie complete, with too
purity In the blood, Inherited from
thereby protected from excessive evap- ' nnd nunr3lliner RPMPDV tnr pcrcil tool steel, eery beurlnn perfectly and faucet dtltrered to yonr dVtiot fiar
generations back. Fow people are en- oration. Thero aro also forests of an- overtired at first," ho advieed. But ho
tlttccl nml adjusted to at to rr.ake the tjsn.uu. we make all sum
tirely free from some taint in the blood,
and ft is impossible to tell when it will other leafless tree in Australia, tho does state most emphatically that Rheumatism;!..
LA ORII'I'K and UATAKKII!
running uiialltlm the llahtctt. tnoit ner
fc tuid nearest nolteleu of any machine
citterns, taoka and ttock
watering troughs, etc
Casuarlna or n tree with dumbbell exercises, taken In modera- all the latest Improvements. It makes a perfect and uni-
break out in the form of dreaded Can-
If all knew what thousands form LOCK STITCH, nudwlll d. the Uat work on either the lightest muslinaor hcarirtt
cer. What bus appeared to be a mere rigid, drooping branchlots, something tion, give, grace and suppleness to the know of the efficacy of "rt clothi. row inn over teams ami roueh placfw without slipping ttitcbeH, A full ett of HARRY BR0S.G0
I beat aUl attachment, nicely
pimplo or scratch bus devoloped into
tho most malignant Cancer,
llko our "horsetails," their wood the
color of beef, (whence their name), and
flguro and that perfect ease to the car-
DIIOI'S" ni a Curative as
riage that comes from having tho mus- well ns a Preventive of any Aehe or
SV.!?2liU9.'inlAIz W a complete, aaaortmtnt ol acceaaorle and book of Instruction
HJRNISHBU FKCB with enclt machine.
in a hnmlsonie plush-line-
! had .a tavern Oaneer which waa at first as good as English oak. Leafless for- cles under control. He makes a strong Pnln known to the human body, thcio iVB,,l,lpthlamachineC.O.D.iiiibjecttoapproTB!.onrocciptof two
fill liAY TRIAI dollars. If, on examluatlon you nro convinced
nly a few blotcbef, that I thought would
ests are also met with In Florida. In point of an easy beginning, which does would not be u family DROPS!" in all America JI IS
that wo are caving
0011 pa away. 1 wai
not expect too much at first, but gains without a bottle2fc, or large bottle, Send
of "5 the machine. If not satisfied at any ttmnwith(naiiUMiml tliemachlno K I M .mate Vh of inifttl or Urn iubi of
treated by MTeral able the dry districts of Mexico an Imraonse uonf caa A4 mm
strength by degrees. Such exercise for trial 300 dosoM. 81.00. rt bottles for 85.
ir back to us uteur expense and we will refund the full purchdte price tf InrlthttP
phyalclana.but In apltt
of their effort tho Can-
cer spread until my ron
area of country Is covered with a
sends the blood through the veins with HWANMON HIIKUMATIV CUKK CO., n which it Hated at lowest whoUtatt prlcf thatOPPORTUNITY
a it in y tlitm to aaa
species of mimosa trees which bear
new life, which gives pleasure and Joy IIL-1- K. lJtkj Nt., Chicago, 111.
rflgf?-tal!I- ytryinino 10 ai wear and us,t lurniar.
After many monlbi of nothing but thorns and blossoms; no I ABSOLUTEtH aaauM M
treatment and growing to every individual. d on racvipt of only 10? to partly payi
teadlly work. I loaves ever appear, all growth and rvBOatBwa or CXDremiaot and am auiefan? equal that to we -
to try H. e. 8.
progress taking place through tho A l'raelliol AilW.er. Woi fjood faith the 109 is allowed on f rat ailiu and run nu risks. eadforelaaaaaw
which waa ao atrongly SJaltKkakaltai ktaanlinlUA 4 ta. tat IDA a talari..
kkV kkkT recommenaca. iiicnnt
bottle produced an Ira- -
thorns, which are shed at certain sea-su-
and replaced by new ones.
A Treat. "Do you know anything about this
A little girl who was bolng taken new enterprise of Wrlggs?"
llaw IllWUIIwlllJt W VICT
Q3 ItKUAUWAY. MEW
GroTcment. I continued into the country for a day's outing by amiable mnn,
and In the Chicago vacation school commit-.te- e wmrnS '' ' '' ii.irJM I
fonr month! the laat U-
tile a cab dropped off.
Ten vears " . " elanaed.
:: reiurnru.;..- -
Hera la Uood Thin
In London is an individual who can
was observed to be very sedate as
she sat in tho open street car, says the
"Well, I've got to study It up. He
ALOtlliK of Diamonds. Walohet. Silverware and Ciirltinias.
Ilcfore making sour aclec-- a
tlon got our complete
of all kind, tent free.
S19.000 QFFERI hW '
Jaccard Jewelry Co.
aaamaiiiu ut turn uikih naa WILLUMI,
it.uiiliburg, scarcely bo described otherwise than Youth's Companion, "Have you ever has Just nsked me to glvo him a can-
iil. as a "smllo doctor." For a small fee had a ride on tho cars before?" the did opinion. Whenever a man asks
"" ! rmt iu tappiitHir. ..ZTrT."BVTB1
"" . nirunnMii
" wniimiwm,i sf
'Hiw ,r:rE v.t i
to experiment with he will transfer the most uncomely a candid
teacher asked. "Yes, I've hitched, but for enormouslyopinion It shows that he
It la dangerous (irbolite of Iodine Pocket latter ARTERSINK HOME MUSIC
tataKaa. ' KHaNtBai si
laugh or smile into a dainty and ele- Is Interested, and
vV Cancer. Tho disease is beyond the skill
of physicians, 8. S. S. is the only cure, I never sat up straight llko this be- to bo dead sure not to say I want rent a . itence norae sbo
ana nappy. Nothing Will aacnnS: ITS aa9
gant playfulness of tho lips only ho anything A gnartnteed cure for Catarrh and rnaaaaiptloo. " KsHaaBl
bocaueo it is tho only remedy which
goes deep enough to reach Cancer,
must have his fco first. The "smile"
doctor puta his subject through lip
and mouth exercises which aro of his
fore," she answered, inpnmnlimpiitprv or mill Rnrnrmn."
tl.ou. aa W.aa II. NMITH
CO., has a good deep color
anddocg not strain the eya.
ono of our rilama or or aWiT
tlon. Will A.Wtkrn MuXtl La''flHiMe
own Invention. Tho eyes nro tho or-
(Swift's Specific) Is the only blood act of smiling or laughing, and tho
remedy guaranteed Purely Vegetable. subject Is taught how to use. them most
All others contain potash and mer- effectively, Dy constant practice the
cury, tlio most dangerous of minerals. desired pretty smile is obtained at the
Books on Cancer und blood disease
gans which aro most concerned in tho
' nulled free by Bwif t Spalfla Company, end of a fow weeks. Actresses smtl-l- r If your
music-ha- ll artists patronlie this
tutor. Pittsburg Dlipatck
merchant dotm't handtt, stnd ut tl and gtt prtpaW to any part U. t. or Canada. VAN VLCCT-MAIItFHE- L
M 0U MaBBHESSSsV
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ajtSL 'ywwgsae. .' ''mmars ''"TSmummttmUtSfi&tSKtj bSS5BBB(8b?E! .. , r ' '
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ThiBadnU Free Press To the Public. THANKSGIVING DAY OBSERVED
Interesting and Instructive Services
I! il'l & SlNI-r- IvATft "NTftitr ftAAfle I II
1 spent a grcsit ileal of time
.7. SB. POOI.K, at Baptist Church.
ing my stock of holiday poods and r,, I I
Bdtter tn Proprietor.
t was careful to get the latest and the
Artrtlilnt TktM made known on ppllMoti best. 1 purchased .1 larger slock
Torml,K)prnnm, ltiTribly Mih Id than has ever been broucht to this
Hv an agreement between all the
churches they united in a Thanks- We can supply ou. Besides a full line of box hcatets, wc have New goods ordered and received every
veok to keep our stock complete.
place and, although we are,a little giving service Thursday morning,
UndttttaaFoitome, IlMktll, Ttiu, late in opening them up, 1 assure
which was held at the Baptist church ECONOMY" 'Our trade lias been very satisfactory 4 II
Saturday, Dec. 2 1899.
you a nice clean stock to select
if you will wait and see my stock.
our on account of its greater seating
I v. ill appreciate it capacity.
Bv a nuarter to eleven the house
which is an air iiour wood heater guaranteed to heat as well as
the ordinary stove with half the quantity of fuel, thus saving its
cost in one or two seasons. It takes small floor space, no ashes
leak on carpet, no danger of fire falling out, burns chips, chunks or
so far. But have still
1 U t.
Jno. B. IUkf.k, Druggist. was full and the services were
LOCAL DOTS. solid wood equally well. The price is low and we want youtocome
v II m with the doxology, "Praise the
Mr. J. A Bailey left Monday Lord from Whom all Blessings Flow."
for Gonzales on receipt of a telegram Then led by Rev. R. E. L. Farmer, 'We alSO
and see this stove.
an excellent line of Cook stoves, but will talk
0!lots Us A
Miis Maud Lanier visited friends iuforming him of the death of a sister. about them later.
in Haskell this week. the large audience bowed in prayer,
You will have nothing to regret after w hich another song was render-
SHERRILL BROS. & Co. To movo between now and Xmas and
Mr. T. J. Lemmon got back if you wait and buy "her" a present ed and Rev. C. C. Anderson deliver-
God. Here is a personal liberty Resolution!.
if prices will move them they will all
Tuesday from his trip to Henrietta. from Baker. ed an address on the origin and his-
Mr. T. G. Jack contributed a Mrs. A. R. Meadors gave the tory of Thanksgiving day and what
worthy of vour boasting!
At the first annual meeting of the
go, for we will make
And yet again, whatever evil, pri-
little silver to out pile this week. young folks of the "intermediate" we have to be thankful for.
Dr. Gilbert has had a phone put size an entertainment on Thanks
vate or public, there is in our midst, Haskell County Teachers Institute,
Space does not permit, nor could that evil infringes on these rights, the following resolutions were passed, Prices to Suit Customers
in at his residence. giving night. we if we tried, repeat the speaker's Resolved, That we the teachers of
and the greatest expression of our
Glance through our local col- impressive words, but must be con- - gratitude to God should be to keep Haskell county, do hereby give ex Wo have a lot of
Baker means bussiness. He
will have a large stock of Christmas umns and see what S. L. Robertson lCHl wm, a MtHM A4lMA rt "-
...cu- .. - ... - - rl
goods. has in stock, then call and see his said. He recited some incidents in town.
Mr. Fred Sanders was up from goods and learn the prices. our Colonial history showing the or-
igin of a Thanksgiving service in
cvU rom our ,,earts and from our pression of our appreciation of our
A quintette composed of Messrs Miss Hattie Sanders, whose death
and secretary, New Clothing
Albany this week to see the home Messrs Turner and Furguson Percy Lindsey, C. C. Anderson and occurred on April 13, 1899. That
Plymouth Colony when Gov. Brad- W. E. Sherrill and Mrs. W. W. in the death of Miss Hattie the In-
in. Just We are anxious on this line
folks. failed to get off with their sheep
ford by proclamation called the peo-
Mr. H. M. Haskew of Stonewall Monday on account of the rains, but ple together to celebrate their first Hentz and Miss Georgia Johnson stitute has sustained a great loss,
and will clear them out at very close
was transacting business here yes- will start in a few days. gave "Wake the Song of Jubilee" a that as an officer she was ever ready
harvest in America. Later in very spirited and impressive .rendi- to discharge her duty, as a teacher
prices. The Ladies should see the
terday. Just be patient, you will be paid times the observance was tion. she was earnest and faithful.
I am still in the grocery busi- for your waiting if you wait and buy introduced in the Middle States and New Line of Capes and Jackets
your Christmas goods from Baker. Rev. C. C. Anderson offered the 2. That her eager search after
ness. Everything nice and fresh. in 1S63 it was first proclaimed a closing
prayer and the audience was knowledge, and her ambition to be-
T. G. Carney. Messrs John Jones and Henry national day by the president
dismissed. Standing near the door come a true teacher should influence just received . Respectfully,
Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Jones en Johnson got in Wednesday from their Touching the reasons why we we heard many remarks of apprecia- us to be more zealous in the cause
tcrtaincd the young people at their trip below with something over 300 should be thankful, he referred to tion of the addresses and the music which we, like she, have espoused. F.
home Monday night. head of cattle of their own and other some of the great blessings given and
GL ALEXANDER & Co.
parties. as the crowd filed out. 3. That her christian character
Geo. Makeig says his tools are promised to all the world by the and influence are worthy of our emu-
Bring all jour hides to the City Supreme Ruler.
always sharp and he knows how to
uie them. Meat Market. We will give you the
J. B. Baker guarantees every bot- lation.
Then wc as a people should be tle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
4. That a page in our minutes with
highet cash price for them. thankful that our lives were given and will refund the money to any these resolutions thereon be dedicat-
Mr. Buff McGaughey, one of
Stonewall's enterprising cattlemen
McCrary & Elms. us to live in an enlightened land of one who is not satisfied after using ed to her memory, a copy be furnish-
two-thir- of the contents.
ds This is
3bvo:ra.e37-- I ILori.e3rli
That is what WE want now! It was Goods! Goods!! you wanted,
was over Thursday. A postal from our former liberty and not in less happy coun- the best remedy in the world for la ed the family of the deceased, and
and you would pay for them this fall. Well, you got them with that
Mr. J. D. Walker, states that' he tries or in heathen lands. We should grippe, coughs, colds, croup and also a copy be furnished both county understanding and if your account is not yet paid we want the money,
New crop Louisiana molases,
has located at Hamilton and requests be proud as a people that our coun- whooping cough and is pleasant and papers for publication.
fresh and good, just received at because the time is about here when we have to pay what w owi.
that the Free Press be forwarded to try our nation, promises to.be the safe to take. It prevents any ten- Miss Ada Fitzgerald ) We knew when our pay day was coming and we sold our goods so
Fields & Bro's. greatest in the history of the world, dency of a cold to result in pneumo- as-t-
him there. Miss Edna Ellis Com.
Clerk A. P. Oliver of Stonewall nia. 52 meet it and we cannot allow accounts to run over time. With this
Your best girl and all the other which it can be with wise and
Hi Miss Sallie Ramsey )
county was among the visitors to guide its des explanation youjsee why we are so urgent about settlements.
girls are always pleased to see you, tian statesmanship to
Notice. District Court. cbmc.up and keep peace in the family by doing unto us as yott
Haskell this week.
Geo. Makeig has tinies. We should be proud ot
young man, after agreed to do. Don't wait for further notice.
Something new will be found in fixed you up with a stylish hair cut, potentially the greatest state in All parties owing the firm of Mead Judge Sanders convened his court We are now selling goods on account to be paid for on or before
Baker's holiday goods, wait and see shave or shampoo. the American union proud also and ors & Ellis are requested to make Monday, empaneled the
grand jury Dec. 24, 1899, so don't ask us to charge anything that you can't paj
them. thankful that our lot is cast among satisfactory settlement by Dec. 10, and proceeded with some minor busi-
Mr. W. T. Hudson came home for by that date. Respectful?
Rev. C. C. Anderson went down Wednesday evening from Estelline the law abiding and hospitable peo- 1899, with ness untill Wednesday, when the
to Anson yesterday to fill his regular ple who make up the population of J. H. Meadors, collector. petit jury came in and was sworn F. G. Alexander It Co.
on the Denver road, where he has
appointment at that place. Haskell and Haskell county. in.
been buying and shipping cattle
The prettiest Dress Calicoes in pretty extensively. Of present blessings he said that A gentleman, an official of the The grand jury have presented
God has not only been mindful of us Illinois Central R. R. at Jackson, indictments against John and Louis
R. J. PFFP- -
town, only 5 cents a yard at S. L.
Robertson's. Mr. Lee Pierson came in Mon- in the past, but even at this moment Miss., writing us for a statement of Casner for murder of Tom Pitner.
Dr. Gilbert reports the arrival
day from a trip to Abilene. They preserves us. His bountiful provi- the amount he is due on subscribtion
say he bought another bill of lumber dence is not only providing us with says: "I don't mean to pay you in the court in sum of $3000 and
John Casner was granted bail by ,Y
of a fine iolb. boy at Mr. R. K.
there and that there is no telling temporal comforts, he is actually cord wood, corn, oats or hay but with his case set for trial on 14th inst. -
A well selected stock to ckoose from.
on Friday, 24th inst. .-
what is going to happen. holding open to us the doors of the the genuine article which you so Louis Casner case not set.
Everything in Groceries, fresh
and best quality and at lowest prices Hello! kingdom of heaven that whosoever richly deserve. The Free Press as
The case of the negro John Stell
Him may enter their chief vehicle and exponent of for murder of two white men, trans-
Great Bargains in 2nd hagd Goods
at S. L. Robertson's. Who'se this? Oh! Baker's!
eternity of blessing and hap- enterprise and progress should re- ferred to from Throckmorton county Get our prices before you buy.
When will your Christmas goods upon an
Mr. Crouch Marr and wife of piness with these facts before us we ceive the hearty support of every this court, is set for thenth ins. South side of Railroad, Abilxnk, TixAsrta
be in? Why, Mrs. Blank, we will be-
Stonewall were trading and visiting
gin opening them up Monday and certainly have cause to be thankful. man in Haskell county." The court has been on the civil
relatives here this week. Next on the program was a quar This is a recognition of the labors docket the latter part of the week.
will have them all open by the 12th. JOIN THE PROCESSION
Baker's holiday goods will be a tette, "Praise the Lord," excellently and value of the Free Press that we
good thing to draw to, wait and see A Mr. Wetherbee and family rendered by Messrs Will Sherrill and appreciate. It is natural we presume for the
from Corryell county arrived here C. C. Anderson and Mesdames Will republican newspaper to try to find
Mr. W. H. Smith, father of Mr.
M. Smith, and Mr. Solon Smith left
Thursday and proceeded to the Sherrill and J. B. Baker. Then fol-
western portion of the county to oc- lowed Rev. R. E. L. Farmer's ad-
Important Notice. encouragement in the result of the
recent elections for their party, but
-- STAR STORE!
cupy a place previously purchased. dress on" How to show our gratitude" The time of year is here to pay up to one who will make a fair examina-
Thursday on a trip to Coleman coun- We are selling goods lots of them,
ty. Mr. and Mrs. Major Smith en As in the case of Mr. Anderson, we and I must ask each and eyery one tion of the results without party bias
large gathering of the can give but a bare outline of his that owes me either by note or the crumbs of comfort found for the
If you owe me please don't wait tertained a He said in sub- count to come in and settle at once. republicans will be very scattering
Why are we doing it? Because every customer of ours goes-awa- y
young people on Thanksgiving night. eloquent address. with more goods for a dollar than he can get anywhere-else- .
for me to dun you, I need the money Don't wait for me to ask you for it. and small. There will certainly be
The party were introduced to a bar- stance: Good reason isn't it? And as he goes, he tells his- -
and need it now. Respectfully, none found in Massachusetts, which neighbors and they come, too.
rel of fine Missouri apples for which Abundant and sufficient reasons
S. L. Robertson. A. P. McLemore. has been steadily republican, like
they showed full appreciation. have been given why we should be
Dr. J. F. Tomlinsoa and wife
Gratitude with Texas has been democratic, for many Now, you if want
to save money
returned Wednesday from Rayner, New stock of clothing; Gent's a grateful people. Cattle Inspector
years, and where the fight was made
work is dead. Many a burdened
having postponed their intended trip Undershirts and Overshuti; Ladies out almost wholly on the expansion is
You will do well to join the procession to the Star Store and
underwear; Arctic and Rubber shoes life would be made joyful and light Mr, Weatherly having resigned get your
to the plains.
would speak the position of cattle inspector for sue with the result
ot a greatly re-
for men, boys, women and misses; if only greatful hearts
If I cannot cut prices so as to duced republican majority. The DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, HATS, SHOES, ETC.
men's and boys' Hats, Caps and what they feel. O gratitude, thou the counties of Haskell, Jones and same may be said of Ohio, where the
suit the times you need not try the
Gloves. Also a full line of Shoes, art a lovely virgin, surely some one Stonewall, Mr. T. J. Lemmon of this at prices like the following:
other fellows. T. G. Carney. president did the unheard of thing
Boots and Blankets, all fresh, new will give thee a tongue,lurnish thee a place has been appointed inspector
Mr. L. B. Watkins, a prominent stock and selling at lowest prices at hand and lend thee a purse. True for said counties. His postoffice ad- of making a personal canvas of a 30 yards good checks for $1.00
state in a state election, and which 30 yards wide domestic for i.oo- -
cattle Vnan of Quanah, came in S. L. Robertson's. gratitude looks out and up out to dress is Haskell, where interested 25 yards good calico for i.oo- -
Thursday prospecting the cattle is the home of both the president and
humanity, up to God; out with sym- parties will find him or may address 20 yards good outing 1,00
The editor and his little folks Doss Hanna, and where the whole
market. up with love; out with kind- him. 20 yards good cotton flanel.t 1.00
had the pleasure of eating an excel- pathy, influence ot the federal cabinet and and many other bargains that we haven't room to mention, but will
If you want to get the most ness, up with worship. He thought
lent Thanksgiving dinner with Mr. FOB SALE unlimited money was brought to to quote you from behind our counters.
goods for the least money, take your gratitude often most lacking where We are over stocked on clothing and shoes and will make big re-
and Mrs. Walter Meadors in com- bear in favor of the repnblican can
cash around to R. H. McKee & favors are most regular, common and ductions on them from now until Jan. 1st.
pany with Rev. C. C. Anderson and 800 Acres of Land didate, who was elected on a plural
Co'i. beneficial. We thank a stranger
Misses Minnie and Edna Ellis. ity, but with less than half the vote THE STAR STORE, - - Abilene, Texai.
Mr. B. L. Frost returned home that helps us, but let that stranger
Mr. W. P. Lilley of Osceola, become our friend and associate con- of the state. Then in Nebraska
Tuesday evening from Henrietta, In Haskell county, Texas, known
where he has been looking after his Mo., who spent last winter here with ferring oft repeated favors, our ton- as the William Taylor survey. Price, where the republicans and gold
interests for two or three weeks. his relatives, the Messrs Fields, gues are too apt to cease their
democrats fought the democrat and
three dollars per acre; one third cash,
We want cotton seed, corn, oats, Friday of last week and will ol gratitude. This should balance on time, with interest at six
populist fusion they lost the state by
sorghum, millet, threshed Kaffir corn, again spend the winter here, think- not be. Many lives would be made per centum, and secured by mort- a good majority in favor of the dem- CANS OP
fire wood, etc. on subscription ac- ing it will be beneficial to his health.
count. If you haven't the money
this will enable you to settle.
happier, many homes brighter if gage on the premises.
Mr. Fred Halsell of the Circle gratitude would take a tongue or use Correspondence solicited,
ocrats, and, they had Maryland, but
lost it by a large majority.
might go on through the list and
We LpureI B. T. Babbitt's
Mr. Forest Caldwell, a young ranch,
King county, who was men- a hand. He doubted the gratitude
Andrew Grimes, Att'y IS EQUAL TO
being here and of the boy that never plants a kUs show that theie was veryjlittle com-
man from Henrietta, is here visiting tioned last week as Terre Haute, Ind.
old friends. He is a former school-
buvine the Turner pasture, later on the brow of mother.
bought of Messrs Rose Si Dickenson He thought people should show The Clarendon
fort for them anywhere, but this will
Agitator is trying suffice for the present.
of any Othr BRAND
mate of Mr. Jno. Couch.
their lease on the adjoining pasture their appreciation for public servants, to agitate the Hall County Herald
For good goods and bottom of about 18,000 acres. We under- as parents by showing their appreci- but il the Herald man is the animal Jfow Is the Time 3
Cans of any Other Brands, --
prices in tinware, queensware, glass- stand that he gets possessor in ation could lighten the labors of our it names him it will get poor pay for 2
Cans of B, T. Babbitt's PURE Octi.
ware, furniture, washing machines April when he will put about 4000 public school teachers. Our mer- its trouble a bad (s)cent. In the interest of your own welfare SAVES THE CONSUMER, V
chants, physicians, county officers, now is the time to enlighten yourself
and housefurnishinc: goods generally head of cattle on these pastures. lawyers, editors and laborers of all INSIST ON HAVING
go to McCollum & Wilbourn Co's. As a cure for rheumatism Cham- as to the best place, and to begin
If you have to buy a heating classes, one and all, would have berlain's Pain Balm is gaining a wide providing for your next summer's
Mr. N. M. McFarland, who was
stove this fall, you ought to get one more cheer in their lives and per- reputation. D. B. Johnston of Rich- comfort and pleasures.
here in the summer and bought a of those Wilson Improved
With this B. T. BABBITT'S
Air-tig- ht haps unconsciously render better
mond, Ind., has been troubled with in view, consider the matchless cli
place near Mr. Sager's, moved in heaters lor sale by McCollum & Wil- service if the public had a heart to
this week with his family. bourn Co. The makers guarantee feel and tongue to express its grat-
Sec W. H. Parsons for ladies' that you will get more comfort, more itude. He said we could show our
that ailment since 1862. In spcak-- of mate, the grandeur of scenery and
it he says: "I never found any. the numerous resorts of Colorado.
thing that would relieve me until I Drop a postal to W. F. Stcrley, A.
Pure Potash or Lye.
and 'gentlemen's Watches, Chains, heat and more satisfaction, ct less gratitude to God by believing Him,
used Chamberlain's Pain Balm. It G, P. A. or A. A. Glisson, G. A P.
Plain Gold and Set Rings, Cuff and expense, from this stove than from praising Him and serving Him,
Scarf Pins, Confectionery and Sta-
Buttons; Lace, Beauty and any other stove made.
This firm also have on hand a full to serve Him!
Repairing all kinds of line of Bridge, Beach & Co's stand- bretheren,
God has a right to expect Haskell
Don't get excited,
Don't faint, sisters
acts like magic with me.
much, but one good application of
My foot D. of "The Denver Koad," at Fort
was swollen and paining me very Worth, Texas, and you will be ed
with exhaustive and magnifi- Nash's
A special from Columbus, O., to of corruption. No such sum
'" ,.;' r1 r
... ...,, ,Ut VUIUI penses, The
expense of the demo- -
cook stoves and box and is true! And Pain Balm relieved me. For sale cently illustrated literature without S93i47i7 crat during same campaign 3 given
Watches, Jewelery, Clocks sod Sew-in- g ard and yet that statement
That is more thsn the
or parlor heaters, again, Haskell has a right to serve by J. B. Bakrr druggist. 52 expenses. 52 office is worth and is good evidence at a little under $18,000,
Machines a specially.