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T VERDICT OF GUILTY.
Ten Years' Imprisonment Is the
Penalty Against Dreyfus.
Conrt-Mirttnl Itrought In u V-riUct That
"Wtm IWiiiTtml of It Tim Primmer
Hoihih to KntulriMi Tlmt Ho
IIiih SniTeriul Knimli.
Rcnnes, Franco, Sept. 10. Tho judges
found Dreyfus guilty of treason. Tho
verdict was announced at live o'clock.
Dreyfus was sentenced to ten years'
imprisonment. The court stood live to
two for the condemnation of the pris
oner. The verdict was announced at
0:0'J o'clock, and the crowd outside
greeted tho announcement with eheera
for tho army.
Had one more judge voted for acquit
tal Dreyfus would have been acquitted.
5y the rules of tho French court-martial
tho bare majority of tho judges
CAl'T. AI.FM'I) DIlKVI'l'S.
would not have convicted. Therefore,
a vote of four to throo for conviction
would have resulted in acquittal. Tho
vote of live to two was the lowoit limit
bv which he could bo convicted. Tho
court found exten.iatinfr circumstances.
Tho judgment was read to Dreyfus
in an adjoining little room by the clerk
of the court, M. Coupois. Dreyfus
listened impassively, did not give tho
slightest sign of emotion, did not utter
a word and inarched back to prison
like an automaton.
It, is understood Dreyfus will be sent
to Fort Corte in tho island of Corsica.
Dreyfus Unpen to 1t IColi'iiM-il.
Itennos. Sept. 11. Capt. Dreyfus is
convinced that tho ten years' imprison
ment to which he is sentenced will bo
wiped out by tho five years of solitary
seclusion ho has undergone on Devil's
island, and he expects to be released by
October IS, which will bo five year's
from the date of his former condemna
tion. Iiilliintloii In London.
London, Sept. 11. It would be difll
cult to describe adequately the indigna
tion tho verdict of tho Dreyfus court
martial has evoked everywhere in En
gland. Tho excitement in tho Jewish
quarters of London is only natural.
Special prayers were offered through
out Saturday in all tho synagogues on
behalf of Dreyfus uud as soon as tho
verdict was known, Jews and Jewesses
were seen at every street corner, ox
pressing execration and many sobbing
Will I'fititliiii tho I'ri'Hlilunt.
New York, Sept. 11. Upon learning
the verdict of tho Dreyfus court-martial,
Assistant District Attorney Mau
rice 11. Hlumenthal took steps for tho
organization of a committee of citizens,
irrespective of religious belief, and in
cluding clergymen of different denom
inations, to hold a mass meeting to
protest'against tho conviction. A re
presentative committee will l)o ap
pointed to wait upon President McRin
loy and petition him to appeal to tho
president of France to pardon the cap
tain. KunttiiH City Jiuvchih TiiUii Action.
Kansas City, Mo., Sept. 11. Hecauso
Capt. Dreyfus was convicted by tho
court-martial at Kennes women of tho
Hebrew Ladies' lielicf society of Kan
sas City have pledged themselves not
to visit the territory of tho French re
public, buy or handle any merchan
dise or other thing manufactured or
grown in French territory until tho
innocence of Dreyfus shall be shown
to all the woild by a fair and impar
tial trial. And the Jewish women ask
the co-operation of all other American
citizens in making their resolution
Will Boycott tho l'urlH KxiiohHIoii.
St. Louis, Sept. 11. At an informal
meeting of some of tho members of tho
Merchants' exchange it was unani
mously agreeil to boycott the world's
fair at Paris because of tho Dreyfus
decision. Each member present agreed
not to go or to make any exhibit at
Paris. C. II. Spencer, expresident of
the Merchants' exchange, said: "Tho
Dreyfus decision means that the Paris
exposition will be a failure so far as
America is concerned."
WuKliliurn Afraid of tlm Trunin.
Now York, Sept. 11. The Tribune
publishes an interview with ex-United
States Senator Washburn, of Minne
sota, in which ho warns tho republican
party of tho danger of the trusts and
declares that tho party must do some
thing at once to stop the building up
CANNIBAL IN THE INK.
lie Wnn from the South Sen Inland!
find There "Won Ulinrneicr
lu III Wrltlnir.
Katlior an ninnsinc incident nhh con
ncctcd with the icturu to San Francisco, en
route to Washington, of Justice W. L.
Chambers, who hns boon for a number of
years chief justice of Samoa. The judge is a
wcll-cilucatcd nnd highly cultivated Ala
banian, with that poush of that tnra ni',
the Southern gentleman of the best type.
In an interview, published at Honolulu on
his way up, the chief justice was so Fcnous '
ly inifircpiescntcd in his alleged statements
regarding Snino-ui matter tlint he tool; the
wise precaution in San Francisco of writ i
ing out his views on the more ticklish mat
ters concerning which he was interviewed.
Like most gentlemen, Judge Chainbeis' pen
manship would never be taken as a model in
n district school. A printer on a morning
paperf to whom it was given to set up was in
"Look here," he said, "this is positively
the worst writing I ever was up against!"
"Hut thnt was written by the chief jus
tice of Samoa, man. Look now much char
acter there is in the writing."
"Chief justiro of Samoa!" snorted the
compositor. "That accounts for it. 'I hero is
character in his hand. 1 might have known
he was a South Sea islander. I could niell
canibal in the ink!" San Francisco News
roily lii I'nrudlNP.
Their parrot had died, and young Master
Tommy, with his little sister Jennie, had
just concluded the funeral services over the
frave of their featheicd pet. "I s'posc
oily is in Heaven now," remarked Jennie,
tearfully. "Ye." returned Master Tommy;
"I s'pose he is." "He he's got wings, but
he wouldn't be an angel ) there, would
he?" inquired the little maid, anxious about
his present status. "Oh!" cried Tommy;
"he wouldn't be an angel; only people is
that." "Then what do you s pose he is
now?" persisted his sister. Tommy thought
for a moment. Then the light of inspira
tion dawned on Ins heanung countenance.
"I guess Polly is a bird of pnradise now,"
he announced joyfully. Troy Times.
IilHCOvcry of Life riant.
Science has discovered a plant so full of
life that if one of its leaves be broken off
and merely pinned to a warm wall another
plant will grow fiom it. It is these same
vitalizing principles which enable Ilostet
tor's Stomach Hitters to arouse to life and
duty the overwoikcd stomach, the weak
blood and sluggish liver. The buffcrcr from
dyspciia or any stomach trouble needs
Hostetter's Stomach Hitters. See that a
private Revenue Stamp covers tho neck of
"Do you think his intentions nre serious?"
asked her best girl friend.
"Altogether too serious," was the reply.
"He asked me yesterday if I would con
sent to have my life insured in favor of my
husband when I married." Spare Mo
ments. Do Your Feet Aelie nml Ilurnr
Shake into your shoes Allen's Foot-Ka.se,
n powder for the feet. It makes tight or
New Shoes feel Eay. Cures Corns, Hun
ions, Swollen, Smarting, Hot, Callous, Sore,
and Sweating Feet. All Diuggists and Shoe
Stores sell it, 2jc Sample sent FREE. Ad
dress, Allen S. Olmsted, Lc Hoy, N. Y.
Hoax New ed must have been surprised
when the muse showed him the triplets.
Joax Yes; he could hardly believe his
census. Philadelphia Kecord.
The IlcHt PrcHcrl pi Ion for Chill
and Fever is a bottle of Gitovn's Tsthluss
Chii.u Tonic. Its simply iron and quinine in
atuslclcss lorm. No euro -no pay. l'ncc,50c.
Haroness dc Rothschild, it is said, owns
the finest collection of fans in Eiuope. In
this country they aie generally lound at
the baseball parks. Scranton Tribune.
To Corn u Colli In One Day
Talco Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All
druggists rulundmonoy if it fails to cure. 25c.
Before resigning your position, remem
ber that for every unoccupied hole, there arc
20 pegs trying to get in. Atchison Globe.
Piso's Cure for Consumption has no equal
as a Cough medicine. 1 . M. Aboott, 383
Seneca St., Huflalo, N. Y., May 0, 1891.
The more horse sense a man has the less
he bets on the races. Chicago Daily News.
IlallN Catnrrli Cure
Is taken Internally. Price 75c.
THE GENERAL MARKETS.
CATTLn Host beeves
HOGS Choice to heavy
SHEi:i'-l'ilr to cholcb
WHUAT No.2 red
No. 2 hard
COKN No 2 mixed
OATS-No. ii mixed
FLOUK Patent, per hbl
HAY Choice timothy
MJUTKK-Clioleo cre.unory. ..
CATTLi: Natl vo uud hhliphijf.
SHUIU'-Falr to choice
WHEAT -No. a red
CORN No. 2 mixed
OATS-No 2 mixed
LAKU Western mess
CATTLE Common to prlmo...
HOGS I'ucklm,' and shipping..
SHEEP-Fulr to choice
WHEAT No. 2 red
CATTLE Native steers
HOGS Good to choice
SHEEP Common to choice...
WII E AT-No. 2 red
Mo., Sopt. 12.
4 00 0 05
4 40 & 4 07H
2 76 I 45
3 60 C2 3 00
5 2,'K 6 27 V,
7 07K 8 10
Rk mVm iW "9fin Jn. m
to tffsfw . a r &
ft MTgmM 1 t fJfa
f QmW AWLr&mmWtXU 1 I .mr&r
V - MsSWk J I 4T
W m HK "Y ttl A 0 r3L
Dizzy? Then your liver isn't
acting well. You suffer from bilious
ness, constipation. Ayer's Pills net
directly on the liver. For GO years
the Standard Family Pill. Small
doses cure. 25c. All druggists.
Want your muuttncho nr bcint u beautttul
brnxrii or rtrli Mick? Tlion mo
BUCKINGHAM'S DYE &&,$&.
'iMifTbrcd tliotorltirrnortlio duiiiiicil
with protrudlni; piles brought on by constipa
tion with which I was afflicted for twenty
years. I r.in across your CASt'AHETS In tho
town o( Nawoll, la., and never found nnythini'
to equal them. To-day 1 am entirely free from
piles and feel lllto a now man."
O. H.Kr.iTZ, 1411 Jones St., Sioux City, In
Pleasant. PalaUblo. Totcnt. Tnsto Good, no
Good Novor Sicken. Wcakon. or (Irlpe. IOc.SjC We.
... CURE CONSTIPATION. ...
Bltrllm nrord. Cnnptnj, Tlilraco, tlonlrral, N" v, 312
tin Tfl RAP Sold nnd punrnntpprt by nil dniB
tlU-lU'UAu tilststo cfuici: Tobacco Habit.
Keeps both rider and siddlo per
fectly drv in the hardest storms.
Substitutes will disappoint. Ask for
jbo7 nsn urana j'otnmei sucker
It is entirely new. If not for sale In
your town, write ror catalogue to
fi.j. luwtK, uoston. Mass.
W. L. DOUGLAS
S3 & $3.50 SHOES "g"
Worth 54 to S5 compared with
Indorsed by en or
ALL LEATHERS. ALL STYLES
T1IK CUM INK Iimv V. K lloa-lu'
driii aud irlro btamprd tin liOUoiu.
Tako no tubstttuta elnlmcd
to bo 11s cuod. M.nrcBt inukurx
of S3 nod t3.no Klioes In the
world. Your dealer f hould keep
ttieiu If nor, we will eend you
atmlron rccclnt of price, titnto
kind of leather, slzo nnd width, plain or cap toe.
CntitloRiio It Kr-o.
W. L. DOUGLAS SHOE CO.. Brockton. Mass.
M beJp CATHARTIC
l TRADt MARK RIOISTCRCD W
Bm f r ' w B if n 3f H 1 JwmM
f Rz 'v
f!NA.Hi H4 ,IUSTO!TFfl5?7T'JTO,WSa!rra
fir irr TTiiMMiriM m-1 ikvi&W'fim-at!jiva;ar a&ft
YOU KNOW WHATOT0U'
When Yozo Tako
because tho formula is plainly printed! on osioh botiic,
GhovjintJI What it Contains. The reason the imitators do not advertise
their formula is because they know the people would not buy their medicine if they
knew its ingredients.
Every druggist in the United States is authorized to sell GROVE'S TASTELESS
CHILL TONIC on a positive guarantee of NO CURE NO PAY Price. SOc.
Your druggist has sold GROVE'S for years Just ask HIM about it.
Grove's is a prescription that does cure
17 EJ ( MminJnX 5WTWCC-' Ml ASVRtet W tKS) Tfft' lKk".
To You It Commends Itself
Suit at a Bus
suit, but a
suit at a gen
It is by sell
ing that wo
V IP tTtr 1 ifiin
ouit mttm?'.! ujkimu
In which is listed at lowest wholesale prices everything to
cat, wear and use, is furnished on receipt of only 10c. to
partly pay postage or expressagc, and as evidence of good
faith the 10c. is allowed on first purchase amounting to
$1.00 or above.
Live Stock Commission Agent
FOR THE PURCHASE AND SALE OF
UNION STOCK YARDS, Chicago, Ills.
NATIONAL STOCK YARDS, Ills.
UNION STOCK YARDS, South Omaha, Neb.
KANSAS CITY STOCK YARDS, Kansas City,
Always prepared to furnish cnttlo on
fnvornblo tonns. Information blanks sent on
tho company at Kansas City Stock Yards.
WE OFFER YOU UNEQUALED
IT ALWAYS PAYS TO
MALARIA, CHILLS AND F
DR. MOFFETT'S fl Rev.Cnow BlshoD)Josepfi S, Key,
Eapx ma n p n no M Mroln: "Vie (jam )(iur ri:i;rill.NA
L. X U I Ri I W (IVellntiB I'oHilCM t our lllllu
r I FH I ll U Kmmlrlillil villi Dip lutilt re
& D II I II An hullM- I liooffi'i tn uT(Milni(ist mni,--
(Teetning Powders. nJlm tiinniromaiitiiiiiuiiFi'icr urd.
Costs only 25 Cents. Ask your Druggist for it. ,ru15!VV.,,uct"u
C, J. MOFFETT, M. D,, St, Louis, Ma
H'iaNTBi rs zjkmi nprjSUfvi
CO. nLWAUKetl, W5. BOX 46 a 1
f f s ''e!ii7' jsp'--' avcv i
MAMMOTH n -s3r J
from an Economical Standpoint.
lur Jtfo. 11. Tho llliutrnlion rrp
resents n HuslncM liint of nmtstinl
merit, innilo of strictly oil wool
Almoin 'I weed, which luii no supe
rior fur wear in medium i;rnde i;ood.
It is inndo in sliiKlc-brrnslrd four
Imiton round-rorncr mick stlo cont
with deep l'lrtu'h facing, body lined
with rxirn -pinlity fnrmnr' ntln,
tlrovc) lined with fmo iunllly fancy
Rllcnia; two (vntftldo pookets and
ticket pocket ; two lunula breast
pockets with flnp Tho cit In inndo
in tlio Into fall nnd winter M) Io, liii;li
rut, six buttcu! nuil (ollnr, tlior
ouRhly well lined. TrtMisuri aro cut
in tlm )irenlitii: fashion. The en
tire stilt li 50 wed Willi Allk and
linen thread, cut nnd inndo In tho
bcM po5lblc manner known to tho
trndc. Tho cltth li licay weiRlit,
neat, Bttliih btown check pntlorns,
mid to tlioso u ho denlru a suit of this
charucter wo strongly rceouiuiend
this number and positively insert
t lint It cannot bo duplicated nt our
price. Our bdverlised lines nro
quickly ordered; this wo Interpret as
an nssuranco that tlio hii;h estlmato
wo plnco oil tho qualities nml vnlues
is Justified by public Judtjinent to
you it should lion guarantee of satis
taction. Sizes, conts 35 to 44 inches
chest measure, trousers 3 to 43
and 30 to 35
in. liiiRlli of
tlmo to responsible feeders of stock, and on most
request. All applications should ho uddrcsscd to
SERVICE AND ABSOLUTE SAFETY.
PATRONIZE THE BEST.
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2 mi PAWS
HKADKIIS OP THIS I'Al'I.ll
I)KilUI.V(i TO lll,V ANVTHINi;
ADVICKTISKI) IN ITH COLUMNS
hllurij) INSIST LTON IIAVJMJ
WHAT THKV ASK IOK, UKrU'KINO
ALU bU'IlSTITUTKS OH IMITATIONS.
, J JKl
H?B"T"U I'rrtnuinMitlv 'iirnl. No Ills or nerT
b B I O oiibiicniullurtlr(,t(l,iy biisoof Dr. Kllno'.ii
(Iroat Nitvii Iti'titoriT B'Juhu bottlomnl tro;itlsa
Jrcu. Ir U. II, KI.1N U. 1.VU., lul Arch bl., I'lilla., i'a.
01C SI'"thicoit'jr oiiltlt frcoi wniMuiliuiinnor
,n wtiuuiiln uvcry t'utiiityt tiilr iiuluk. Manu
VlU iac rorb. itoir, .Murkutei., I'till.ululiihla.
A. N. K'.-I)
wiik.v wkiti.no to Aoyi:uTisi:i9
tilniikt utiito Hint you mw lllu AUvui'lll
mcut In tlilu impei'.