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?$&&er{&jr&;- •t'T ' ' r [ ^fi. ^A'-,' 5 ^j$$«f r Mrs, Anna Sap, iih of Depot? u. S. Marshal, Cftlumbuft, Kan.« says: n of loss than :-<> minutes nti'i v> ' i t h scnrceiy niiy puiii nftor using o»'y two bottles of "MOTHERS' FRIEND" ENDED ttiTH DEATH' JUSTICE HOWELL £. JACKSON OF THE SUPREME COURT , HARVEY limit Round AND Atfn* at «i* Tennessee ttottie Cnnsnmpttoft - H;,s Becouic Hnca Be S.it. on <*«> ot ±>ll> HOT stTFE'SR t£*0o" PM- 5? *°" - S 0r "™ L! mailed free bottle. Book "'JC IlKGWATOU CO.. ATLANTA, SOU) BY AT.t, »ftCUGlS±S. 1)0 TOBACCO' Von fun llr Cuv.'.t Willie Cain* It. it nMisiiiij toluicci'grows oii^a 'pel 1 (if tlltt inoiltll HIM) Hied C;lll*t'.S -- (i.vsii('p«ia; loss iiu'iin i\v : i , e « r vuir!','<> : tobiinoo astnnm : nU!ht..> siif- KK;«V'ss;5:;Hs ; \Si income til* NASHVILLE, Teim., Aug. 9.—The Hon. Howell Edmunds Jackson, associate justice of the supreme court <n tha United States, died at his residence at West ikleade at 3 p. m. of consumption. . ,.,..„ Judge Jacksou had been in failing health for the past lour years, but it has been oiily in the past few months that the progress of the disease began to cause his family and friends uneasiness. Last vear he went on a lengthy vegetable remedy, .-••• •--• , - , ^i^^'^^^iivvi^^^'r-^ -I Iiabmml•tolaceo users-smokers, chewm nnd l»ree .00 te. "Wisconsin. LOW RATES TO DENVEE. For the Annual MeetijiR American Pharmaceutical Association at Denver. Colo.. August 14-24. ISfio, the B.. 0. 11 & N. R'y will sell tickets from ah stations to Denver, Colorado SprmRS. Pueblo and Maniton, Colo., at rate ot ONE FARE FOR HOUND TRIP Tickets for sale Aucust lltli and 1-th at all stations. Good to return until Aucust 25th, 1S95. Call on B., C. R- «.v Js T . agents for further information address the undersigned. J. MORTON, o. T. & r. A., Cedar Rapids, la ! . Try our Club House corn and tuma- LA NGBOX & IIUDFON. il^WKT.Tj EDMUND3 JACKSOW. trip to the far west in search of health. Later he went to Thomasville, Ga., where it was hoped the mild and yet bracing climate would restore his one time vigorous constitution. The trip did him little good and after a long time he was brought home. At his old home Judge Jack- sou seemed to improve slightly until he went to Washington to sit in the second hearing of the income tax case. He stood that trying trip only fairly well, and after his return home appeared to lose strength' rapidly. Nevertheless, Judge Jackson never took to his bed until about a week ago. Since that time his family and friends have realized that the end was near, and his death was not unexpected. BIOGRAPHICAL. la the Uteftt at Chicago. CHICAGO. Aug. 8.—The principals in the Hnrr-Harvey debate have made (.heir final snimnuug tip. The ftill text of their argument-* make about 6,000 words and ea-jh man iluiins to have downed the other. Mr. Horr says: The object of this debate was to determine if it would be Wise for oiir nation to throw open its mints to the free coinage of sitver at the ratio of 16 to 1 when the civilized nations of the World refuse to join in such action. My opponent proposed to pfove that such a course is advisable, and undertook to do it oa the lines laid down in "Coin's Financial School." 1 denied the teachings of that book from its title page to its close. Mr. Harvey based his whole argument on the proposition that the silver dollar was in 1792 marie the only unit or measure of value. He also claimed that the demone- tization of silver in 1878 was a crime and was accomplished through fraud and bribery. He introduced no evidence in support of either proposition and stands convicted by his owtt statements of an effort to deceive the peo- Tils " Harvey Makes H!n Claims. Ill summing up his side Mr. Harvey said: The debate settles, in my judgment, the following propositions: 1. That gold and silver is the money of the constitution. Mr. Horr did not controvert this, and I left it with pauiel Webster's statement c fleet. a. That the silver dollar unit of value in our coinage fixed by the act of 1792. Mr. inits this. J3. That silver and gold both were the measures of value of all other property uutil 1873, and the debtor had a right to pay in either metal. 4. That the act of 1878 was surreptitiously passed. 5. That for all time of which we have a knowledge gold and silver were treated equally as money. 0. That prices of all property are now measured in gold alone and are substantially at the present time ono half what they would be under the bimetallic system. 7. I believe those who read and carefully digest the debate will conclude that I have made good all the propositions set forth in my opening statement. The city council of let the contract for a new city hall. The biennial encampment of the tint- form rank, Knights of Pythias, is in ses'iou at Marshalltowii. . The stats executive couficil has toted to reduce the price of convict labot to the chair and tool company at Fort Madison 6 cents a day for each NEWfc to that was the system, Horr ad- in Flor- extensive fruit or AGENTS Salary or Commission to Rood Men. Fast sellini; Imported Si»c-<-iiil(ieH. StocK Failing to Live Wacefl Fret), We sell only Hi«li Ornile Stock and . true to NUIHC. Also Pure Seed Potato Stock our Specialty Leader. Aaare.fi, D, LUTCHFORD & CO,, NUKSERYMKX, ROCHESTER, N. Y, Letters promptly unswcrcd. We Employ! Young .Men j to distribute Tour aclverUse- ine'-ts Va iiiVrt, paVment for a h!pa grade , Ac ffi e WcytOe, wtlch we bend them cm approval. No work done until tUe btcyjle urrivus aud proves tatisliutory. Young Ladles **$%*%££» • If boys or Kiris apply they must be well reeom- menoe'd. Write for particulars. ACME CYCLE COflPANY, j ELKHART, IND. | ^-»^4-4*4 tH***^x* Howell Edmunds Jackson was born in Paris, Tenn., April 8, 1S32, so that he was in his 63d year at the time of his death. Justice Jackson was a classical scholar, graduating from the West Tennessee college in 1S4S. He studied law two years at the University of Virgina and in Jackson under his kinsmen, Judges A. W. O. rotten and Milton Brown; graduated from the Lebanon law school in 1S33, in which year he located in Jackson and engaged in the practice of law; served on the supreme bench by appointment on two occasions and was once a prominent candidate for supreme judge before the nominating convention; relocated in Jackson in 1ST6; was elected to the state house of representatives in 1S80 on the state credit platform; was elected to the United States senate as a Democrat in 1881, and served till April 12,1880; was appointed United States circuit judge by President Cleveland and nominated for associate justice by President Harrison; was confirmed by the sen ate Feb. 18, 1S93, and entered upon the duties of the office March 4, 18'J3. Judge Jackson was twice married, the first time to Miss Sophia Mailoy, daughter of David B. Malloy, a banker ot Memphis, who died in 1ST3. To this union four children were born. In 1876 Judge Jackson married Miss Mary E. Harding, daughter of Geneal William G. Harding. Of this union three children survive. With the exception of Miss Elizabeth Jackson and William H. Jackson who are in Europe, the children were at the bedside when the distinguished suf. ferer passed away. JUSTICE FIELD'S GUESS. THE DEAL DROPPED. Said Nv'e have contracted for two BlcycleswhicUwe propose togl wie person in every towuslupiu thefevate ot lowu, Do "YOU want otic y Bis Oiler Open for Thirty Days Only, Full partioulurs upon application. Eucloao twoctuiostiirnpfor VtH'ly- Aaclress JHg WERNER COM PANY, 160 A^m» St Ageoey Purchase a cheap farrn with fertile soil where the climate is free from extremes of heat and cold; where there are no biizzards, droughts or cyclones, close to the great Eastern markets ivheie profits will not be eaten up by irausportation. , Swjh farms are found only in Virginia along the C, & 0. Railway. "Fpr Dickinson or Lindsay Mny be N-imeU as Justice Jackson'* Successor. SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 10.—Associate Justice Stephen J. Field, in speaking of the successor of the late Justice Jackson of the supreme court of the United States said: "Of the four gentlemen spoken of, Postuitvster General Wilson, Senator Lindsay of Kentucky, Don M. Dickinson of Michigan, and Secretary Carlisle, it is very difficult for me to select the oiio who will receive the appointment. If Carlisle accepts he will have to give xip his presidential aspirat'ias and of the three Lindsay is lar ihe more efficient jurist, although all of them are capable and would be a credit to the United States and themselves. Don M. Dickinson is a warm personal friend of the president and so is Wil< sou, Therefore under tha present circumstances, it would be a rather difficult matter to name the man, Any one would be good, but I would not be surprised to see either Dickinson or Lindsay receive the appointment, al» though I would not care to venture that as anything other than a mere persojial opinion." "When will the appointment take place?" "Some time before the second Mon? day in October, and there may be a special session called to confirm the president's nomination, as a justice would not care to sit in the supreme court of the United States unless his rjonuaatioii was cpnfirpied. Besides there are a great many important cases coming up before the next court, and jt is necessary there be a full attendance. There are some important cases ooming up from California, notably the Oakland water front case —•» "Stanford case," the Hlll-AdHiiiB Combine Will Soon He Officially Declared Off. MINNEAPOLIS, Aug. 12.—A Taconia special to the Tribune says: It is stated here in Northern Pacific circles that the Hill-Adams plan to reorganize the Northern Pacific is positively off, and that an authoritative statement to that effect will be made in New York very soon. High officials say the present earnings are sufficient to meet the interest uii the first, second and third mortgage bonds, and that if the earnings continue to increase at the present rate they will be sufficient within a year to pay the interest 011 the entire prsent bonded indebtedness. This fact, they say, has been fully explained to J. Pierpont Morgan and Mr. Adams, with the result that their views have undergone a change. It is understood that Morgan approved the first plan, which had to be dropped. He has since expressed a willingness to join in a similar plan if it could be devised, but has not committed himself to the "third company" project as it stands. Adams is said to hold similar views.. It is believed that within two weeks Hill's plan will be finally rejected and steps taken to form an independent reorganization. The road is now earning money at the rate of §(3,000,000 net per year, while between $8,000,000 and $9,000,000 would pay the interest on the entire bonded debt. I Northern Pacific men claim to believe that Hill's chief object is to get possession of the Northern Pacific's splendid coast terminal system, which lie could uoc duplicate, they say, for less than $8,000,000 to $10,000,000. COURTS WILL SETTLE IT. Fair Prospect i!mt Omaha's Police Slut)die Will Eixl Tfaore. OMAHA, Aug. 18.— There now appears to be a fair prospect that the fire and police board muddle will be settled in the courts, as nuggested by Governor Holcomb at the very inception of the trouble. The injunction case, decided Saturday, Battled none of the issues involved, and iu passing upon the petition for an injunction the judge intimated that the proper procedure would be for the claimants under the ChurchiU-Russell appointment to bring qno warranto proceedings against the old board. The present incumbents have always claimed they were ready and anxious to jo u issues on the rights to the office iu a legal pro* ceeding. A. R. Case, a prominent Des Moines feal estate dealer, was drowned in the Des Moines river. The body was recovered in 10 minutes and an electric battery applied, but in vain. Judge Daniel McCalluni of Sibley, died at the Chefokes sanitarium of cancer. Me was judge of the circuit court of Cherokee district at the time that the court was abolished. The colored people of Cedar Bapids and vicinity celebrated emancipation clay in an appropriate manner.' There was a parade in the morning and ad» dresses and amusements in the afternoon. The Mississippi Valley Hedge and. Wire Fence company has been incorporated at Clinton with a capital of $100,000. The company will make hedge and wire fencing after a new metiaocl. Webster Bros, have shipped from Waucorna 1,781,079 pounds od butter and eggs from April 1 to Aug. 1, which amounts to a little over 89 cars. The total value of the shipments amounted to !?225,000. G, W, Craig, a wealthy carpenter of Clinton, was murdered at Miscellany, Fia,, by robbers. His head was split open with a hatchet. He was ida looking after an farm he owned there. Miss Emma Hanson, living six miles west of Clinton, dropped dead Wednesday. Physicians say her death result- ed'from heart disease, brought on from overexertion, caused by attending a dance the night previous. It is now certain from returns in the recount of the population of Des Moines being made under the auspices of the Commercial Exchange, that the count will show from 5,000 to 7,000 more people than the official count. Dr. Carlos Martyu of Chicago, national secretary of the Christian Citizenship league, is in Sioux City to form a central organization of the league and advise with the ministerial association relative to a plan of campaign against the evils of that place. The cornerstone of the Methodist Episcopal church of Tama was chiseled into and robbed by two young men named Ed Croskrey and Frank Clouse. The young men confessed to the crime and promised to return the stolen proporty. The company putting in three big coal shafts at Hilton struck a vein of coal at a depth of 207 feet. The vein is five feet and three inches iii thickness. Coal experts predict the Hilton mines will become the largest in the state. Five boys, ranging from 7. to 10 years old, were arrested in the brush near South Sioux City on charges of burglary. The lads have broken into nearly every building in the placa within the past few weeks, and in some instances have secured quantities of valuable plunder. An injunction proceeding is about to be commenced by a number of the leading taxpayers of Sioux City to prevent the expenditure of any money for im provements by the city during the next two years and to,compol the city officers to conduct the administration with the most rigid economy John V. Crurn of Iowa, member of the Chicago Athletic association and American and Westertn iuercollegiate champion sprinter at 120 yards, will represent the New York Athletic club in the coming contest with the London (Eng.) Athletic club's crack team which will take place Sept. 21. At Clinton, four saloonkeeper* were sentenced by Judge P. B. Wolfe to pa; a fine of $100 each, in default of whicl they have been placed in the couj>«7 jail for 90 days, They were epjoinec for failure to pay the mulc^ax, and the fines are imposed for/ontempt o court in running openly.pflice. People who have b^eii visiting Spirit Lake for vears say Jthat in five- or ten more years therein be no summer resort there. 3f/l»M always been one of Iowa's most' popular outing places. Last year the drouth took a great deal of water from it by evaporation, and this year it is going just as fast. Farms ar e BOW being cultivated on ground that was once a part of the lake. GIVEN DUE- WARNING. Aug. 10. —A dispatch to The Pall Mall (ksetife from Shanghai s&ts that further and reliable news of an alarming nature has been received there. It is stated that fanatical outbreaks against the Christians have occurred at Ching Chow, a seaport of the province of ftokien, and at Hupen, fai Ping and An Hui. These outbreaks, it is addedj ate iiot merely the Work of Vegetarians, but the? are said to be organized and caff led out by the Chinese officials. The extent of the 'damage done is not yet knowfcu but the foreigners are reported, to have es" capsd. - . Owing to the unsettled state of the province, 200 Sikhs, reliable British Indian troops, from Hong Kong, will escort the British consul front Foo OlloW to Ku Cheng, where the consul Will conduct aii inquiry into the recent outrages. The Shanghai correspondent of The Pall Mall Gazette expresses the opinion that further outrages ate inevitable unless Great Britain takes swift and deadly vengeance. tho Mission. 6. The Cleveland Rolling Mill company has announced an advance in wages to the wife drawers in its employ. A manufacturer at Allision, Am., has secured the contact fot equipping the city of Tokio, Japan, With Wetter pipes. « \ . v Joseph V, Wheeler of St. fatil, who is missing find was i supposed to hate been drownedj is badly Wanted ill that fcitf fot f of get y* United States Judges McKenHa aM MorroWliave fixed the dtMb fofthe heating of the appeal iri the Stanford case for Sept. 10. A baud of missionaries, comprising , the first patty of the African tnlafcd mission, will leave Philadelphia for the SOtidaft next Week* The board of trustees of the Catholic summer school held its annual meeting at Plattsbiifg, N. Y. t and unanimously re-elected Rev. Dt. Gonaty of Worcester as its president. Solillcrs I'tUnileved LOXDOX* Aug. 10.—Archdeacon Wolf Babies from Foo Chow saying that the Chinese soldiers sent to protect the mission at Kn Cheng, broke into and plundered it. He adds that no reliance can ba placed upon the Chinese thorities. CENT A MILE. au- That \Vtll Be tho Kate From the West to the Chattanooga Dedication. CHATTANOOGA, Term., Aug. 8.— Colonel H. J. Schaller, chairman of the committee on transportation of the Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Military park dedication fur- uished the following in regard to the reduced railroad rates from all points: The rates from Chicags, St. Louis, St. Paul aud all points in the Northwest will be 1 cent a mile. The rates for all points south of the Ohio river will also be 1 cent per mile, and the rates on Eastern lines leading out of New York, Boston, Philadelphia and Baltimore will be one and one-third fare for the round trip to points where they connect with northwestern and southwestern lines. KENT MUST HANG. The Itlaudau Wife Murderer Convicted of tho Crime a Second Time. FARQO, N. D., Aug. 8.—After being out seven hours and 10 minutes the jury in the Kent wife murder case returned a verdict of guilty aud fixed the punishment as death. Attorney Hil- dretti at once stated his intention to move for a new trial. The jury went out at 4 p. m. and returned at 11:10. ?his is the second trial of the case, Cent having been convicted at Maudan ast fall. The supreme court granted him a new trial and a change of venue was taken to Fargo. DISCOVERED ,,.A LOST ART. PittsburR Ironworkers Successfully Weld Copper to Iron and Steel. PITTSBURQ, Aug. 12.—George Cromey, Cornelius Shay and John Ryan, rouworkers. have discovered the lost art of welding copper to iron or steel. They show several samples of the metals perfectly welded. The last record liistory gives of these metals having been welded was in Scandinavia, 600 B. C. The value of the discovery comes in the fact that copper offers greater resistance to the action of salt water than any other metal. LATEST MARKET REPORT. Seventy five buildings were destroyed by a fife at Spring Hill, N. S. Loss, $100,000. Another week of favorable Weather Will place the Kansas corn crop out of danger. The united assay office has sent $10,000,000 in gold bars to the Philadelphia mint for coinage. As a result of attacks of the ministers and newspapers tho entire police commission of Los Angeles, except one, have resigned. The Rocky Mountain savings bank of Denver has closed its doors, an assignment being ni'ade to Earl M. Cranston for the benefit of creditors. An eight-oared shell from the Vesper Boat club of the Schuylkill navy is in training for a race with the ( navy of Pennsylvania eight at Indianapolis, Jnd., on Aug. 17. Lieutenant Harry A. Leonhauer, Twenty-fifth infantry, hag been detailed to the University of Minnesota as professor of military science and tactics, relieving Lieutenant George H. Morgan, Third cavalry, on Oct. 1. Thursday, Aug. 8. Elmer Mead stole a bicycle at Osh- koah. He will serve the state a year. Louisville wheelmen will try to get the L. A. W. meet for 1896 for that city. The headquarters of the .Order of Railway Telegraphers will be removed to Peoria, Ills. George F. Root, the noted composer, died at Baileys Island, Maine. His death was unexpected. W H Crossmaii & Bro., coffee importers, shipped $1,000,000 in gold by the steamship Augusta Victoria. A report from Santa Monica, Cal., says that Jack Gordon, a grandson of Chinese Gordon, died there of alcoholism. The president has appointed Burton E Bennett of the State of Washington to be United States district attorney for the district of Alaska. ./• Milwaukee Grain. MILWAUKEE, Aug. 10, 1895. FLOUR— Steady. WHEAT— No. 3 spring, Northern, 7^c; September, CORN-NO. 3, 39^0. OATS— No, 2 white, 24c;, **<>. 3 white, ' . , . . . BARLEY— -Vo. 3, 43* sample oa track, 4Sc. BYE— No. aud the fop Another Itnkl. BOISB, Ida., Aug, 13,—Information comes from Owyho county Bannock Indians, together Valley Indians, aye goiftg ''into the Juniper valloy to slaughte^deer. Tftey killed 1,500 there }«st hides. Duluth Grain. DULUTH, Aug. 10, 1893. —Cash No. 1 hard, 09^c; No. 1 >Tortlaer», fiSJ^c; August No. 1 Northern, '6S^c; September, No. 1 Northern, OOJ^c. December, 67%e._ Minneapolis Grain, MINNEAPOLIS, Aug. 10,1893. WHEAT—August, Oo^c; September, 641/gc; December, 65%c. On track—No, 1 hard, 67J4o; No, 1 Northern, GS^o; No, 3 Northern, Novel L *q."go fall for thw of Stjvjatter Troubles, Vv>, Aug, 13.- The troubles aye over, The corn, pany wiH "i'esort to civil process o,' ejecting squatters from the land which, it claims belongs to t'je company awl proceed According to the order of court, T^is stops further fighting. C. P- catalogue G. P. A, C.&0. Cincinnati* °- Lindsay foy the Sapveuje 4ienot». CINCINNATI, Aug. 10.—The Times Star's special from. Frankfort, Ky., snys that Senator WUUam fciudsay will be pvessed for the supreme bench to succeed Justice Jacksou and tljat Secretary Carlisle will then be re-elected to the senate. In this city there js a movement for the appointment of At< torney Geneva! Harmon to be»ch. Woul4 Be Governor, N.EW YORK, Aug. 13,— The Morning Advertiser asserts that Mayor Strpng is laying plans to secure the gubernatorial nomination }ju 1«9G in acopr^ auoe with TO understanding between himself flud Gpvornor McKinley of Ohio. - „__ _ _____^ _ Suffers ot \Vlve» of Convicted S»at Lyons, I». la,, Aug, 10.— Several days four saloonkeepers were coin. to the county jail itt default of f 500 flue, each sentence being imposed for coptewpt of court in. violating in» junctions for n.ou.paymeu.t of the Iowa juulct tax, A local paper publishes the following'. "Notice to Saloonkeepers ot Lyons— you are hereby notified tha.t; the undersigned, wives of the mw now confined in the county jail, will Monday, A«g« ja, commence proceedings Against you under the pyojubition, iaws of the state of Jawa lor violation, of the said law i« selling liquor contrary to the game, unless you will make some ar» vaugement for the payment of the flues assessed against those it) tl}e county jail-" . * ^ a The announcement js signed by the wives of the four cgnvictecl men. nes» portion of .deptroyed |W» place was by five duyjng St. Paul Vision Stock Yards, SOUTH ST. PAUL, Aug. 10.169'). HOGS—Market about steady. Range of prices, $*. 5f.@4.fla. CATTLE—MarVet steady and active; good heavy feeders in best demand; can- ijers lower. SHEEP—Markee dull; one double deck load of fair sjmep on the market, but will probably be held over, Lambs, §y,e2@3,Ta; muttons, $3,03; common, $l,OJ@3.',.0. Receipts: Hogs, 850; cattle, 100; sheep, '400; calves, 5, _ CH'.cfteo Union StooU Vimls, . CHICAGO, Aug. iu, 189), JIOGS—Market fairly active; 5@lOc hiffher, Sales ranged at $UO@5.ip tor light; si.45tD5.Oo t'QV mixed; ?4.«0@4,85 fop heavy packing and shipping lots; $4,§0@4.40 for rough. CATTLE—Market steady to strong. Texas steej's!, §3.80@-i33 3.00. S$EEP—Market steady. liewipt-; Hogs, 6,000; sheep 1,000. The Washington Star credits Senator D. B. Hill with the statement that "if the Democrats intend to continue in business in New York they must nominate a Western man." Friday, Aug. 9. The census of Nashville shows the population to be 82.B74. Vicar General Hughes died at Hartford, Conn., from an attack of hemorrhage of the stomach. The treasury statement shows available cash balance, $184,4*2.649; gold reserve, $102,468,104. / The Watts Iron an^ Steel syndicate at Middleborougb/ K 7" . h ^ e maae another 10 per c^nt raise m the wages of employes, v' The comptroller of the currency has authorised the First National bank ot New-^ onQ011 ' Wis., to begin business w/th a capital of $50,000. ^Hearst, Dunn & Co., of Peoria, manufacturers of agricultural implements, made a voluntary assignment. Assets, $115,649; liabilities, $123,535. Captain Charles L. Hodges, Twenty- fifth infantry, has been detailed as military instructor at the Wesleyan university at Mount Pleasant, la. Colonol Tom Moberly of Richmond, Ky., owner of the famous world's fair premium short horn herd of stock, was drowned at Virginia Beach, Va. Saturday, Augr. JO, S. H. Watson, one of the oldest and most prominent bankers in Iowa, died at Vinton. The Defender ran aground near Newport Friday, but was floated without injury, Duluth captured the junior four- oared race at Minnetonka Frjday. Rafr Portage was second. Judge Simoutpn has ordered the sale of the Port Royal and Western Carolina railroad Oct. 17, Mrs, Qatheriue Judge, one of. the oldest women in Pennsylvania, died at Renova at the age of 108 years. Dr. Andrews, one of the best known veterinary surgeons in ft\e oouwtry? committed suicide at The will of Mrs. T, has been filed for probate, ghKieaves $;6(i,000, of which $30,000 $186,000 personal property, band is the sole legatee, S, P,, Aug- !»•— Jacob Kissell and two darters were thrown violently flows a» eight-foot eiftbawkineut by & runaway Jeawi, very reigns if not fatal TW»lt» t9 I'tM.i^a.'ifti'L'^.ai Aug. Emperor William, of hunting grouse in have fused fpr gonest elections the «ywriWe Swette," broke his pollar fcon0 in & cycle rac»'at Qhiougo, , ' treasury department Uaa any wWww ol ttttwfow ing to go tq Cuba. he CQHN — August October, May,

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