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TOE WEEKLY JOURNAL
PnMished In Two Portions, every Toe
dcj id Friday, at M Middle Street, m
Ber-, N. C.- .
CHARLES L. 5TEVEN5i ,
SDITOl SJTD nOFBIXrOB.
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Three Month,......... M ','
Biz Month, 00 "
Twelve Month,.... .....fl.00
VWTV TW ATYITAWPB! . m
plication at the office, or ope inquiry
by mail. -
J"-Th Jovmai la only lent on pay-In-ad
ranee basis Subscribers will
receive notice of expiratioo of their sub
scriptions and an immediate response to
notice wil bes appreciated by the
Joukhix. ' 1
Enton d at the Poetoffice, New Ben
if. O. as leoond-olaaa matter..
Sectlor Two, Friday April 18, 1901
THE DEATH OP TlLMAGfi. :
. Ia the death of the Rev, T. Dew it
T aim age which occurred , lut week,
there li more than the loss of a . merely
gifted pulpit orator and preacher. '
There have beenj and are today great
pree'iers, who in their pedal localities
are doing great work for fallen humani
ty, by their personal effort and appeal
for the recognition of Christ by every
man, woman and child.
There are ' preachers whose work is
not circumscribed and limited, bat ex
tends beyond their own Immediate pas
torate field..t,;rO.P'v? : ;:'V y v.':
Bat Mr. Talmsge was both pastor and
preacher, and in addition his weekly
sermon for years has been looked for
ward to and eagerly read by hundreds
of thousands of people who never saw
Mr. Talmsge, . bat who felt themselves
under his preaching, through his week
It was a peculiar and special province,
this weekly ' sermon, of Rev. Mr.'Tal
mtge's, which has been a source of an-
VniiMai. -ttw mri AAtnfnrt A t It A thnilsa.
UVUUUVU JVJ WiWIVtl W SWW ewawwar-
ands who each week received It, through
- The Talmsge sermon was as regularly
read as was the Bible, and the good
which came through these published ser
mons cannot be estimated.
C - )d has been done and Its effect can
never he lost, by this weekly sermon of
the ow dead preacher, who gave him
self and devoted his life to religious
It has been a strenuous life, this one
just closed, but the strenaonsness has
ever been towards the spotting of man
kind, : and In this it has been a great
boon to the world for good, and a help
to the cause of religion. ; 'v'Y V
In thousands of homes will the death
of Rev. T. Dewftt Talmsge be mourned,
as though a dear one had been taken
away. - ,
SURPRISED AT THEIR OWfl
' EFFORTS. ; ';
; Next t? the Charlestonlans, Ihemsel
res, the visitors tfom this State at the
Charles on Exposition daring North
Carolina week, were as. happily sur
prised, i; the enthusiasm which their
coming created. "' ' '
From all reports, North Carolina
v week at Charleston was the'one bright
week of the Exposition up to that
A UO iiwutwui wi vi aa vsuvsuueww vm
so large, that eepedally on the Exposi
tion grounds, It seemed as' If the plaoe
was the Old North State Instead of being
Sooth Carolina. ' '. .
- In addition to going themselves, the
people of this State, did two notable
things. : ' -? . - "
xney sent an exmoiuon .. oi, wn
could be found In their State, as a sam
ple, ana men xouowea wus up oy aews-
: paper and pamphlet advertising on -a
very liberal scale. '-
" Just how much return these, expendi
tures : will bring, remains to be seen
That there has not been more visitors at
Charleston to tee and appreciate the ex
Ublts at the Exposition, especially those
from this State, means a proportionate
l0M' - .
But the expenditure was not wasted,
that is certain, for all; reports sent
abroad, regarding the Charleston Expo
sition made special mentlon'of North
In proportion, it is a question,! f this
State will not gain more, from an adver
tising point of view, from the Charles
ton Exposition than South Carolina
gains, and all because North Carollm
. we. Into the matter with a spirit to do
tlit hole tli'i's properly, and la a.
t!on to put their euilmslosm and pu:.h
EAST CASLS AKD EaKT C . .1 ;.
The amount of litigation Ui' t
in North Carolina would earprL a tia
not knowing any thing oa the sutj xt,
if they could attend the courts, and
the dockets, with the hundreds attend
log a witnesses. : 'r'
Last week la this dty, there was
docket of criminal eases, numbering
more than on hundred and thirty.
And this Is bat oaeooart, thr being
a suoosHloa of eoarts hart, Bute and
Federal, throughout the year, giving
about an average of one .every two
months. ; : a
The Greensboro Record, note regard
ing the eoarts la its dty, that with the
large dockets and llailted eonrt room,
that State and Federal ooart erewa
each other to sock aa extent, that oa
court oo old not dear Its docket la the
allotted term set, and could not be given
any extra time, a the eonrt following
needed the ooart room,
And throughout the State, the tame
press of legal matters prevails, (with the
Bute papers continually filled with ooart
affairs. , ; . : -
No doubt all this means buslnes- for
lawyers, bat the expense Xor.tta.ia-
talnlng of these court most be aaet by
the tax paywa." y .--- - : ' v !
Just what the remedy is remains to be
found out, bat the harden of these many
courts Is becoming ratiier-exoeeawe,
with no signs ot any let wpr- tar the
amount of litigation, dv&r criminal. . ; i
Deafness Cannot be Cured .- r : .
by local application aa they oaaaot
reach the diseased portion- of Urr ear.
There Is only one way to oure- uWoea,
and that Is by constltatiostal remedies.
Deafness Is caused by an Inflamed : o
dltlon of the mneos lining, of v the Eus
tachian Tube. When tWa, tab-- Is in
flamed you have a rumbling sound or
imperfect hearing, and Whea It ts en
tirely dosed, Deafness Is the result, and
unless the Inflammation eaa be taken oat
and this tube restored to its normal con
dition, hearing will be destroyed for
ever, nine cases oat of ten are caused by
Catarrh, which is nothing bat an In
flamed condition of -the maoo,. sur
faces. - .
We will give One Hundred Dollars
for anv case of Deafness (caaeed br ca
tarrh) that cannot be cured' by Ball's
Catarrh cure, tjend lor circulars, tree.
F. J. CHENEY & CO, Toledo, O.
Bold bylall Druggists. . ;-. y
Hair Pamily Pills are the bast , -. :
Ro&siaa Official Aisasinated.
St. Petersburg. April lfr-Themlnister
of the interior, M. Slplaguine, was, shot
and fatally wounded this afteraeoa : la
the lobby of the ministerial offlcesv by a
man who held a pistol etote tev the nin
ister's person. The woasrdedyataa died.
Neflect Means Dattfer. '.
tion. Tour health will suffer perman
ently if you do. De Witt's Little Early
Risers care each esses. M. B. Bmlth,
Butternut, Mich, says "DeWltfa LltUe
Early Risers are the most -aeilafaelory
pills I ever took. Never gstp or cause
nausea." F. S. Duffy. , . " i
y Lockout Is CrlmlnL
Columbia, 8. C, April 15-fltate- So
licitor William Thurmond said tonight
that he wu about to bring ectlna against
the owners of cottoa mill la the Horse
Creek valley where all operative have
been locked oat, on both the ' criminal
and dvil side of the ooart.' -
Sared Many t Time.
Don't neglect coughs and colds evea
if It Is spring. Such, eases often result
seriously at this season just because peo
pie are careless. A dose of Oaa al'nute
Cough Cure will remove 'all danger.
Absolutely, safe. Acts at once, v Bare
cure for coughs, colds, eroupgrlp, bron
chltis, and other threat and long trou
bles. "I have used One Minute Cough
Care several years, says Postmaster C.
O.Dawson, Ban, 111. "Ills the very
best eough medtdne a- the markek - It
has saved me many a severe-epeU of
sickness' and I warmly recommend It.'
The children's favorite. F. B, Duf jJ--,
i: i a-aaa-salalBaa""--"---. y
' : Premature Explosion--
Hagerstown, Md., April 15 The pre
mature explosion of a blast In a quarry
this morning resulted la the death of
Lather N. Davis and fatal Injuries to C.
TOO ElOw WEAI TOT IZZ
When yon take Grove's Tactol.- a. C'::i
Tonic, because the formula la plainly
printed on every bottle shov ' z '-' "
is simply iron and qalslne lii t stalest
form. No cure no t?y. ftLa I . x
Palmer LeaTcsrcr.C .
New.Tork, April 15 T1-" 3 : r' '
Pabneit president elc t cf C" , ' i
leave today of his fr! acfCv ...IV.'
ley, N.T, among whom La 1 1.
during eighteen yean cf ei"a ..fn-n. t's
The Best r
The blood Is cor
by the lungs, liver s
these organs In s t
the tow;':; !-
need of a blood pp.
pons t'iare is no." '
1 '.'sr - - "
fi .-soft a v,. I
' f- f - 1
This preparation contains all of tbi J
c ,.. ..nua and eights an amas oi
f--L Itpltes lriiuntrellef anj never
falls to cure. It allows yoa to eat ali
the food you want. The tnostsensttlre
stomachs can take 1U By its use many
tbooands of dyixTt'lc have been
cored after everything else failed. It
prevents formation ofgas on the stom
ach, relieving all distress after eating
Irtetiog unnecessary. Pleasant to Uko.
Lux ca yoa rod
fnpared R. O. Pn Witt k Oa Ohlrut
1m U. buWiwn Kilns SttUmUitOo.l.
F. 8. DUFFT CXX ;
- Raleitrn'sSLeariie Team.
Special to JooraaL y r ;
cUuigb-, April IX Manager Riven
of the Raleigh League team gives the
following as his list of players. - y
Chas E. Kaln, third base and captain;
John Leonard, Artie Walker, James
Dawson, John Began, pitchers; Fred
Dreeeher, first base- Joe Eaadlbal, sec
oadbase; James Books, third base; E.
Eeaa, short stop; M. Bradley, right field
and catcher; W. B. Barles, andRapp,
catcher; Ed Grant, center field; Joe
Grant, toft field; V K. Huddleston, first
baeaaad field. ''
y Snpreme Court Opinions. .
Special to JooraaL C f ; : .
RauoaH, April 18. The Supreme
Court filed the following, opinions to-
Shell vs,West, from Bsrnett, error.
Springs ts Railroad, from Mecklenburg
Stat va Sollemaa, from ; Wake, af
firmed. - - .
State vs Battle, from Wake, remanded
for proper judgment according to law.
Crewe va William, from Sampson, af
firmed, .-j-k-, :x:x';::J:
Cooper vaRoossv from Duplin,
triat ..: yyt--'
Herring vs Armwood, from DupUn,
new trial. ?. 'yy . :;: . y ; y
Davis vs Lumber Co. from New Hat
over, new trial. -
Euell ts Lumber Co., from Duplin no
error.... y:'. ; yyy .y;:y
Cook vs Bank iron Dare, error,
Graham ts Bprunt, from New Hanover
peroariam affirmed. .. -. :
'- Wields a Sharp Ai.i
Millions marvel at the multitude of
maladies cat off by: Dr. King's New Life
Pill the most distressing too. Stomach
Liver and Bowel troubles Dyspepsia
Loss of Appetite, Jaundice, Biliousness,
Fever, Malaria, all fall before, these
wonderworkers. 96c at 0 D Bradham's
drag store. . - y.,--
.. Bnr lm TMk npe.
New York is n city of Infinite variety,
There are those who have beds with
out sleep and those who deep without
beds. Three thousand of her winter
residents slumber In the cradles of the
canal barges that come each year from
the canals of New York state, from
the great lakes and Lake Cbamplain to
spend the winter months moored in
New Yerk'hartor.. In the tenement
districts a wian, hi wife and his four
or six or eight, or more children deep
In a single-room,- and -en who goes
about the dty find many a device for
slumber and repoe On Washington
street, - en the west sWe, where the
Turk, the Greek v the Assyrian and
the Egyptians Uve near neighbor to a
colony of Irish, ts a Queer little orien
tal hotel on the top floor of tenement.
; -. The Great- Blsmsr Swamp .
Of Virginia is a breeding ground of
Malaria germs. Bo Is low, wet or marshy
ground everywhere. These germs cause
weakses, chills fever, aches la the bones
and muuscles, and may Induce dangerousi
maladies. But Eleotrlo Bitters never fdl
to destroy them and cur malarial trou
bles.. They will sorely prevent typhoid.
"YTs tried many remedies for Malaria
and Ctoraach and Liver trouble," writes
Jota Cartesian, of EyesvlUer O, "but
nev rt Luad acrt'!ng as good as Electric
EUUrs.r Try thern. . Only 60o, C. D.
I.?dam gaarantees satisfaction.
It Is aald that a Harvard man who
v vieiting Paris In. some Innocent
t y offended a club member, who
;t'y slapped bis face, the Frencn-
i ezsectlng, ot coarse, to receive
:.aiT-e for a duel . Instead of this
rr.ng the Harvard man turned
. looked for an Instant at his ad-
"itf then quick aa a flash pulled
; 1 s strong right hand and sent
f Vow rolling- across the floor,
:.' i the bones of his nose In two
1 - a few weelta, when the French-
1 1 suricSently recovered from
I ' y.t to discover what bad hap-
!, : t ; icd a formal challenge to
n f -n oronTr .to pzzx a auei,
i t 3 r.x'Jout of tU chtli
f 9 mi vrvt r -m'ttfid to
". Ta p. - " 7 c
t i :
1 n t r
KoNejro Dtlrjita ToRepntUan
State CcnTentlon. "
Ceafereae .Neirrees to Consider
Their PoUtleaU. Social aa! Ia
' dastrlalSUtis. Deaths Frsm
Small Fax. Late Arrivals .
Rataiea, April 19. At aooa today a
Btate conference or mass meeting of a
groes begaa here, ia Metropolitan hall.
The call for It was made about a month
ago, and the purpose was to consider
the political, social and Industrial states
of the race. It waa said this morning
by a white Republican that the confer
ence would give Senator Prltchard, the
head ot the.Repnbllcan party" la North
Carolina, a "bad hk np." -
The exodua of negroe from this Stat.
is not large. There wu talk last winter
of Its being a really large movement this
pring. Negroes are going North all the
while but the movement doe, not even
pprOach the dimensions of aa exodus.
It Is said that so far 8 deaths' ar
known to have occurred ia Wilson conn
tyfrom small pox daring the present
oat break of it. There have bees hun
dreds of eases. ' '' y-': : "yy y : ? '
Among the arrival here are H. C.
Brldgers, Tarboro; J. 8. Armsttong,
Wilmington, (who cam to see or.
Ayoock); George W. Connor, Wilson; H
E, Fries, Winstoa-Salems R. BY Patter-
eon, Wilson; Cyrus U. - Watson and
Clement Manly, Winstoa-Sdem; Harry
W. Btnbba, Wllllamston; J. W. Blddle,
B. D. Parefoy, N. P. Willis, New Bern;
T. Cooper, Henderson; W. F. Carter,
Mt. Airy; M. 8. Willard, Wilmington. ,
The latest arrivals at the penitentiary
are dx negro convict. . '!. -
State Superintendent Joyner left for
Boxboro today and spot there this
evening In support of local taxation for
public schools. ." ... . -
It is asserted that the white ! republi
cans have again advised that there be no
negro delegates to their Stale conven
tion at Greensboro. They practically
eliminated the negro from this conven
tion la 1900. They do not want the peo
ple of eentrd North Carolina to see the
negro portion of the party. ;'; -i
The annud report of the State Labor
commissioner has not 7 yet appeared.
There is some annoyance at the delay, :
It ia not yet known whether this But
will have aa exhibit at the St, Louis ex
position. In June the exhibits sent to
Charleston will be replaced la the .ma
seam. J. W. White, of Raleigh, traveling
freight agent of the Seaboard Alr-Llne
In this State, Is appointed chief indas-
trld sgent for that system; effective May
Y. 0. Tompkins, who has been: solid-
tor for the system at Atlanta, succeeds
White as traveling freight agent. . i
"yy,. , . . . '
A Testimonial From Old England.
"I consider Chamberldn's Cough Rem
edy the best In the world for bronchitis"
says Mr. William Savory, of Warring
tonEngland. "It has saved my wife's
life, she having been a martyr to bron
chltis for over six years, being most of
the time confined to her bed. She is now
quiUtweU." .Bold by F. S. Duffy ft Co.
' Serious Ontlook In China. ; .
Victoria, B. C, April 15 The priest
of the Orient seems to regard the situa
tion la South China, where the rebellion
Is assuming large proportions,- as . very
serious. . ..y.
i J Wants To HelpiOthers. 4
"I had stomach troubles all my life,"
says Edw.'Mebler, proprietor of the
Union Bottling. Works, Erie, Fa., "and
tried dl kinds of remedies, wont, to se
veral doctors and spent considerable
money trying to get a moment' peace
Finally I read of Kodol .Dyspepsia Cure
and have been taking it to my great
satisfaction. I never found its equd
for stomach trouble and gladly recom
mend it In hop that I may help other
sufferers.'' Kodol Dyspepsia Cure cures
dl stomach troubles. Tou don't have
to diet. Kodol Dyspepsia Cur digests
what you eat. F. 8. Duffy.
. Cla Patriotism.
An Ingenious method Of obtaining a
reputation for patriotism cheaply has
been invented by certain Berlin publi
cans. On their shop front they banm
legends to thla effect: "So long es tM
war in douid Ainca tusia im J.ec; i
. . m .... . Aa , m - . a r
Engusnman to enter - my pre- es.';
The nse of this placard is, it ia enl?
entirely confined to houses ot a clac
that never entertained an Eagllri.ij.s1
la the course of their existence.
ii irouoiea oy a weaa aigestion, loss
of appetite, or constlpatation, try a few
doses of Chamberlain's 8tomach and
Liver Tablets. . Every box warranted
For Sde by F 8 Duffy Ca '
l!:at Famine Ttrtatc-s LosJon.
' London. April 13 Tbe meat famine
has become a matter of keen Interest to
Londoners. A careful csnTac of Lon
don shows that the retailers are the sole
sulterers by the sdvance in the whole
sale price, which amounts to a penny
per pound on all g i '..s of meat.
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ITow Tort.AprU 1 1 rrediJuiit Roose.
vt;'.t las X;"n ont alt re Insurance re"
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Tk Einml.t FtwkM mm TZjmm.
The rotting of peaches and i'.usi oa
,tl:e trwt was unusually ext,:.i last
t sea son, particularly with certain Tirt
I tic. . AmsJen, Alexander and a auo
bet of other peaches were kUd a&tde
(years ago by those who understood 90
thla account, and more wlU be laU
aside hereafter Amonj the latter srp
donbtles be the Hale and Burbank
plums and possibly Tragedy and three
,'or four more, . ,
- It would be adrtsabta to wort with
I these varieties by spraying, eta, if
.there wer not other kinds a good
and better which are free Croa.tbJi
.malady. The careful planter .will not
loverlook the danger that can be avoid
ed by due consideration in future se
i Jast now, however, the fruit which
(Totted and subsequently dried up bfi
.the trees require attentloa TUe seeds
ot the rot spores, as they ar termed
ar in (or on) all these mummied speck
mens, and they should b gathered
and burned, and the sooner this Is done
the better. And any that may be lying
oa the ground around the tree should
be gathered np also. . " ;
It will be readily understood that the
.term "mummied" has been adapted
from the remains ot the human bodice
and the bodle ot certain so called sa
cred animals which were subjected to
the embalming process of Co ancient
Egyptian and some other nations and
are found, dried np tnostlyj In tunhtc
National Stockman and Farmer. .
' Isbnbn ana Coaata Msum. .
The Brltiah Be Journal take the
palm and space to say; "The purchaser
of honey vainly imagine that swlnv
filing la ikmpoadbl It tram honey ts
bought Tbe fact la that clever bee
keepers now make perfect Imitation
comb out of paraffin wax and put
thee Into tbe hives tor the bees to fill
and seal. To test It poor a drop or two
of sulphuric add upon tbe comb which
Is on trial Good beeswax will char
and blacken under the add, but upon
paraffin no effect will be perceptible."
Commenting on this. Gleanings says
sarcastically: "The only strange thing
about the above is that tbe British Bee
Journal let It go aa It It were an on
doubted fact, making no reply. It did
hot take pains to say that such comb
cannot be made by man and that they
svould melt down by the beat of the
hives even It man could make them. A
failure to do this Is as bad aa to publish
the canard. The general reader would
take it aa a piece ot common news."
. tall r Btra.wkrte. -, .
Whether ground tor strawberries
should be Bubsoiled or not depends up
on the character of the soil and the
subsoil. A porous subsoil needs no
deep stirring, and there are other soils
that will b Uttl benefited by sub-
soiling, because they run together as a
result ot heavy rains and are then In a
Worse condition than before, because
tWormholes and roothole ar obliter
ated and nothing substituted for them
to aerate or drain the solL Any ground
that Is subsolled, or even deeply plow
ed, should soon afterward be heavily
rolled and tbe surface finely harrowed.
The compacted soli bold more mois
ture and holds it longer than the well
broken soil that admits air to facili
tate evaporation, t : ,
r Bow to Make Onuisre Qrew.
Soys The Farmers' Call In a recent
Issue: " Borne granges . expand their
rolls In this way: A list 1 made of all
desirable and eligible persona In the
vicinity who are not yet members, but
who ought to be. Then two grange
committee are appointed, one of broth
ers and one of sisters, the list of names
Is given to the committee, and they
go from house to house In a soda! way
to explain about the grange and ta en
roll new members. :ji s ; :
It Is a competitive canvass, and the
Bide bringing in tbe largest enrollment
takes the prise and wears th laurel
This plan arouse a lot of Interest both
in and out of tbe grange and seldom
falls of gratifying success. Try It . .
' - " Farmers aa T radar. .
We have known farmers to sneer at a
man who failed as a farmer and yet
went to town and made'a fair living
selling produce oa commission W ace
no occasion t find fault with a m
for that Bom men ar bora traders,
but wholly out of place trying to make
S farm pay. They do not know bow to
grow a crop, but they do know bow to
sell it Tbey really Injure their neigh
bors by tbelr work on the farm. They
might help them greatly by selling for
the community. There are a good many
coses where a farm failure could be
transplanted to town and grow up into
a success aa a trader. Producing ia one
thing, selling is another. Few men can
do both welt Rural New Yorker.
' Ttasar for Plaattasj Qraa .
. As a rule most planters prefer to set
vineyards in the fall, especially where
the climate is not too severe. If this is
done, the entire plant ia covered with
an inch or so of soil This is removed
from, the top in spring as soon as the
frost will permit The ground usually
works better In fall than In spring, and
the soli is sufficiently dry to settle firm
ly around the roots, where new fibers
will be thrown out ready for growth
in spring. If the plants are in good
condition, they can be set any time
from October to May.'
Tbe St. IonU Americas.
' The Et. Louis American league club
will wear brown stockings after the
manner of tbe four time winners. The
cnpB, too, will probably be of the same
color. Tbe management Intends to fol
low In the waj's of the pennant win
ners In more wnys than one, sr.j-s llr,
llecea. y . y - . .. . .
"Two v" "s f"), as a result or a se-
, I Io"t try Voice," writes Dr. T.l
1 1 1 (' '.
a t ) r 9 t
, cf Hellion, CL'o,
.".e coch. I'very r
i a 1 '.. J I' .
1 ynd I C. y
1 to try I r. I
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HOSTS . LIZ? TRUST. ;
K-zovt tfctrtct Aitoraty Ordered ts
' Start rrnatcttSoa. tadlctmenti '
- --. . For Eaaben. '
Kansas City, Mo, April 14 It U
known hare that th Attorney General
ot the United States has telegraphed In
structions to Major Warner, the Federal
District Attorney, to at ones prepar to
dJeeolve the Beet Tsaet.aad to ladle the
ssembers of lb .
A Federal Grand Jrry hu beea sam
atoned to meet aext weak. Major War
ner positively declined to make any
statement la th premise. Whea press
ed, ke abnptfy terminated th later-
view. . , ..
The legal representative of a packer
her said h ha beea notified that such
action wu contemplated from Washing
ton. "W wer told,"' he said, that
every oa of ta Ksasa- City, Chicago
and Omaha peckeaa would b taken be
fore thGcad Jury aad afterwards in
dicted. ,.. .
Th trouble is over the rise la the price
of meats. Redwood to the point of view
of a retailer, moato ar costing doable
what they did a year age It has hart
the dinner pail, and the President is la
terfarlng, Thar Is ao Trust A tariff
I maintained by the packers, under
which aoae cats, Just as railroads mak
aad stand by freight and passenger
tariffs, batta Is- n Treat la the
saaee of profit-aring.'r
Whea a private telegram from Wash
ington we shown to th United 33 tales
District;Attorney .saying he hadreodved
order direct he declared: "I have note
word to ssy; . '- 1 ,.-".
Bat this dispatch says yea have your
If I have it will be highly Improper
la me to make a statement" . y
To-night th senior member of the law !
firm with which Major Warner does
much business confirmed the private
dispatch, and added: "The United States
Commissioner has been ' cautioned to
select his Grand Jary this time with the
utmost care. The Intimation to Warner
Isthst President Roosevelt ,1s making
wis nis personal ngnt lor tne -rail din
ner paU." Packers are said to be making:
100 per cent : The orders are to stop at
nothing short of the Federal prison itself
in tne enort to kill the iseel Trust." ,
Of All Hat Weather Kaeaala yy
of humanity cholera Is th worst Treat
ment to be effective most be prompt.
When vomiting, purging and aweat an
nounce that the disease Is present, com
bat It with Perry Davis' Painkiller. All
bowd trouble, like diarrhoea,, cholera
morbus and dyaeatery are overcome by
Pdnkiller. It ia squally hedth-pro-motlng
la all dlmatea. -
Four Etadrel to Surrender, i
KManlla, April 15 General Chaffee has
arrived at Cdbayog, Samar, where he
expects to witness the surrender of 400
riflemen and a large number of bolomen.
Under th orders of Colonel Cenvara
these men, forming Isolated commands,
will surrender at the nearest garrison.
Shot lniHis Left Let?.
For dl kind of sores, burns, bruises,
or other wounds De Witt's Witch Hazel
Sdve la a sure care. Bkln diseases yield
to It at once. Never fails In cases of
piles. Coollng-nd healing. None gen.
nine but DeWltt's, Beware ot counter
felts. "I suffered for many years from
a sore caused by a gun shot wound In
my left leg," aays A. 8. Fuller, English,
Ind. "It would not heal and save me
much trouble. I used all kinds of rem
edies to no purpose until I tried De
Wltt's Witch Hazel Salve. A few boxes
completely cored me." ; F. B. Duffy. "
Editors. tfyTote Guns. .
Norfolk, Vs., April 15-Edl tor Thomp
soa and all the employes ot the Norfolk
Dispatch, which La been exposing
gambling establishment and Sunday
liquor selling here, were la court today
ranted nenateelon to carry conceded
Let a Blj Bargain Slip.
WllllamsporV P . April 14. An In
tereating part f the story of the par
chaae by the Goodyear Brothers of 14,-
000 sores of hemlock limber lend, In
Potter County, developed here. ; The
Goodyears pdd over $600,000 for the
land. Twenty years -ago they were of-
tesed thla very tract for $10,000.
Brooke Eiy Succeed KUes.
Washington, April It An officld
annoancemsnt has beea made of the
President' purpose to retire ;Genral
commanding tbe army.' General
Brooke may be the new' commander of
the army. '-' -y-
: - ,ln Editor Assaulted;
Norfolk. V. April 14. William M.
Thompson, editor of the Norfolk DU'
patch, who hat been exposing gambling
houses here, was today bsdly beaten by
Napoleon Bonaparte Joynes, the "King
of Saloon Keepers". In Norfolk, whose
place wu exposed In Thompson's paper
last week '
. forest Tire.
Richmond, VaZAprll 14 Amherst
county has been swept by a - forest fire
which rsged severd days, destroying
acres ot valuable timber, a school hquse
and t'.a assent MethodYt church known
as Yeslcy an, which has been a land
nark, . ' ' ; ' : ' - -' v. '
Y::;:y Sor;Lt j 133 Applicants.
TTu ".iDtoo, D. C., April 14. There
is a t nry In tbe eorps of drll engt
r---s cf tl.a T7, for which 123 candl-
' t ! s t' i applications, but only a
Y.I f . lailou of thr-'S will be dlowed to
AHE YC'J WISP A.V7J-t
Bmlum tbar tj aonmodr to
'm sy way -
? arid a euro way to treat a case oL Sore 1
Throat in order to kill disease germs .V
and insure healtliy,,throat action ia to
take half alassf ull of "water put into
it a teaspoonful of y .;
0 Mexlcon Mustang
. J . . ' , y
' ind with this ffM.o If!. ttiJVft it fraqnent intervals.
TWn i ltht!iiitJ'i'tt r.oHintiuronbIy with the Hnl- .
nn'iit u;i. ei'lor iiiii (i jm 1 wu i, u a note cluth uud wrap
. ar..ua.l1ii.m k. Hlsa I'UrtmVK.'Ulta. :-. ,.;
2So., DOtf. auj 1.00 a buttle. '
ma Montana XjiluatvuiL aim jv :u ,i.1,.u i n.u a Mwly euro.
A MCE 111 1 LIFE m
to Invest on the ground floor with owners, In a developed free milling
gold mine that ha produced, and has expended on it
Y-yyy;: yV. Y;-.,; :y :-:.:;;'--,;y,r'Y '-' ". )'.:.
Fifty Thousand Dollars
in development on the ledge and a complete five stamp 'mill, with all
other necessary machinery ready to run. .
v The Osark is not a prospect, but a mine that has produced. We are
placing 100,000 sharea of development stock at "25c per share, capital
stock 1,000,000 shares (par value (1.00 each), fully paid and non-assess-able,
to further develop and put the property on a paying basis,
y A property tying near the Osark, with nowhere as good a showing
and very little development, aold last week to a New York syndicate
for $300,000. ; Tbe aark will pay dividends and be worth par inside ot
six months. ' This Is the best investment for the money that has ever
been offered to the investing public.
Do not lose this opportunity. It will never appear again,
; For further particulars, prospectus, report on mine, references, etc., '
Ozark Gold Minmg & Milling Co., ;
AT' Wl. HAHN & SOWS
40 head'of Horses
tho farm, draught and
Ecasoned and ready for T7orli. -
i;." i-'Pnll line of Bogies, narness, Wagons, Cart, Eio. . ' ..
J See us' before' bnying and 8AVB " I
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FEED AND.EXCHANE STABLES:
42 AND 444CmtK 8TUEET 0FF0SITK HTIIANSUPFLT CO.
II Ul C wO I wO;
Wcjons, Carts '
T 4- " aj
waa Mexltao afiwtanT U nlaseas.
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and Hule3 adapted lor
road work, thoroughly
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