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OCTOBER 5, 1893
OE MELLOS LETS IT.
Tie Stb-1 Adminl He2t Forsiga Tit
BOMBARDJfEUT OS EIO 8T0PPEO-
Fore gn M in it Ms sal Cetamtadrs o!
Watahips Make Strong Rsp esnta
. tioae,. nd in Cineaquence tb.
. Outlook is Mote . Fae-orable. t ;
V.; li . ! '-.
Ileroris Prom Argentine."
Losbo.v ept. 30.rDipatcbet re
ceived Jtere from Rio, da Janeiro to
day are that Admiral da Mellos, com
mander of the rebel, feet, Intended to
attack trio forts at the mouth of Bio
harbor to-day, but desisted npon the
strong representations of the com
tusndt-rs of the foreign ships.
The liritUh miniater at Uio took an
active part with the other foreign
ministers in doing1 everything possi
ble to aecure the cessation of boatll
itieaand at noon to-day a dispatch
wa received from Bio which indicates
that the intervention of the mlnUtrra
and of the commander of the foreign
war vessels haa teen successful and it
ia now believed that a favorablo mod
ficatlon of the altuatlon baa taken
A report from Berlin that (Jioat
Britain would propose a joint inter
vention of the grout continental pow
ers and of the United Htatei In Brazil
ia positively denied here t. the au
thorities. ,THB ARGENTINE WAR.
Official Reports Declare That Feeee
Kelges Other Message, Very Gloomy.
Wabiiinutok, Kept 3a Dr. Zelal
lot, miniater of the Argentine Ue
public, haa received this dispatch
from the Argentine minister of for
eign affairs, dated September 88. "Dr.
IVlllgrinl has pacified the state of
Tucuman. Tho capital and states of
the republic nre In complete peace.
Bosario, in possession of armed oppo
nents of the government, will surren
der to the national authorities with
out bloodshed lean assure you there
is no important perturbation of publlo
London, Sept 3(X Despite reports
from otllflal sources of settlement of
the revolution in the Argentine Re
public, cable messages agree to-day
that the situation ia growing worse
each hour and the outcome ia more in
doubt than ever. The death sentence
of Colonel Enplnti, who. planned the
disastrous torpedo boat attack on the
government fleet has been commuted
to twenty years'' imprisonment
CHANGE OF VENUE,
Little Will Not He Tried la
KitSAS Cirr, Mo., Sept 30. The
trial of Banker A. W. Little for mur
der will not be held in Wyandotte
county. Judge Anderson of ; the com
mon pleaa court In Kansas City, Kan.,
after a three days' legal fight, an
nounced last evening thut he would
grant the application of the defend
ant for a change of vonuo. Judge
Anderson has indicated a desire to
aend it to the district court of John
, son county, and unless there are
strong objections the banker who shot
and killed Lawyer 1!. Edward Johnson
will be tried at I'aola, possibly at tho
December term! , . '
: , - '
Jerry liiinptou's Und Break.
Toprka. Kan., Sopt 30. The latest
story on C'ongresHiuan Jerry Simpson
Is that he recently signed 'a petition
for a saloonkeeper's license for one of
his friends in nshington. The story
cume out through a temperance paper
.in Washington and the Prohibitionists
and W. C. T. IT. of Kansas have taken
up the cudgels ugainst him. lie is
charged with boiug the tool of the
rnmscllers and the consort of beer
Baiiknr Klncnl.l Wllf Mettle I' p.
Wofsn Citv, Kun.,Sept. 30. Robert
Kineaid, the ex-bank president and
financial king of Linn county, whose
failure in July involved so many bank
ing and mercantile institutions and
formers, has returned to this city and
opened un olliee. He says that he will
'settle with the people." He has been
in Iowa most of the time since the col
lapse of his businca enterprises.
Tnanly-Klghl Man Lost.
C-i'VHTAi. Fai.i-s, Mich., Sept 31
Twvnty-eight lives wero unqu stion
ably lott by the flooding" of the Mans
field mine by the waters of the Miehl
gumiuu river Thursday evening. Eigh
teen men employed In the lower levels
escaped. .None of tho bodies have
been recovered and none can until
the river's course shall bo diverted.
1 snail Is Hilling.
Tokos to, Ont, Kept 30, The Wash
ington dispatch stating that wool,
lumber, poultry and wood would
bo planed on the free list of the new
I' lilted Slates tariff bill has caused
ranch t'omment The Montreal (ia
nolle (ofllulah says the fauadian gov
ernment is prepared to meet abolition
Was a Trsla Mnlibery Attempted
SulTM Hums Ind., fept. 30. Ills
reported that tht Atlantic espre
train un the l.Ue shore road was
flagged one night this week near here
t uWIh-w, but the trainmen succeed
ed la grttutg away without loss.
Ireln lubber HmiIm Arrested.
fit. I't la. Ma, hept kl Joseph K
lUrdin, the last of ll ( vutratl. !U.,
train robbers, was raptured la Cincin
nati at I ft. Ms. irsterdavby lVrtivllvs
ttiMHkt f this rltr. an I W Ut and flu I
met of Hit Ctaclnautl forve-
lite t ! "eest laaUfeee'vMt.
tNtMs. eU, rpt M The I'mIom
laettte r4 ttas givea notta that It
wIN withdraw from the Wtert !'
aeafvr Hon, w Kktt will l.'ve It
fvee firtut ait asaut ltbaa Ibis it
ll sat a. ti proltft Itself,
INCU SAM TAKING A HAN
U aUIr ThaasDWtt Iastreta4 I I'ra
ant rartbar bastractto at Rla,
Lo jdox. Sept 10. A private dla-nat-h
received here from Rio da Jan-t-
gives the following important is
The American minister yesterday
instructed the commander of the
United States steamer Charleston to
protect American goods in barges In
Xhe bay from seizure by tbe re
volting squadron. He alo tele
graphed the government at Washing
ton advising tbe United (States to
vigorously protest against tbe further
bombardment, of .Bio Janeiro;- that
many non-combatants had been killed
and much property destroyed by the
repeated firing on the city.
The fjnited States government has
instructed Minister Thompson to make
every possible effort to protect Ameri
can persons and property and that all
the moral force of the government
should be exerted to prevent further
destruction and bloodshed.
Horrible Donbla Murder.
Denver, CoL,. Sept 30. Postofflce
Inspector James A. Small bas received
a telegram notifying him of the brutal
murder of Postmaster. Porter and his
assistant, Robert Roberts, at Monitor,
Yuma county, yesterday. At noon
when the mall was called for, Roberts
was found sitting in a chair in a front
office, dead. When tbe sheriff was
summoned he discovered the body of
Potter some distance away, with one
leg broken and the skull crushed in.
Tne Alton, Kan., Empire has been
sold to Moore A Ooddurd, a law firm
of Alton. II. D. Wilson will continue
in the editorial chair.
Immigration authorities of this
country are busily engaged preparing
rules and regulations for the enforce
of the agreement with Canada as to
the innpection of immigrants.
Erailo Zola contributed BO francs
to the relipf fund of the French miners
and sent his warmest sympathy, say
ing: "Let peace be made in the name
of the little children and mothers."
At Indianapolis Robert Hunt, a dis
sipated painter, shot and killed his
wife and then committed suicide. His
wife wa going to leave him when he
called her back into tho house and
At Williamsburg, Clermont county,
Ohio, Mllo Wilson, a laborer, shot and
killed Iva Warman, aged 11 years,
because her parents objected to his at
tentions to the child. The murderer
then killed himself.
Senator Dubois has introduced a
bill to reimburse the Chickasaw na
tion in the sum of 1184,000, which ii
alleged to be tha accrued interest on
Sart of a trust fund erroneously
ropped from tho record fifty-three
years ago. .
Two valuable stallions tit II addon
field, J., fought a duel. By acci
dent they were let into the same field
and tho more valunble one succumbed
to the bites and kicks of the other,
which finished by dragging It around
by the throat . ' . j
At Pine Bluff, Ark., a tremendous
ra'n poured down, with millions of
small frogs. The principal streets in
tho business part of town were cov
ered with these pests. In half an
hour nearly all disappeared.
Kansas City Grain.
Prices were quoted nt follows: No. S hard
wheat. SlVic: No 8 liurd wheat.
No 4 burd wbcat, 6l&!i2oi rejected hard wheat,
4&3We: No. t red wheat. f7'(tM'.c No. i red
wheat, &C?f5o;No red wheat, HR52o
corn Was tirm .without material change lp
pricus. Local demand was improved and ship
ping do in anil fell off a little. Receipts or corn,
71) cura; a year ao,H4 cars. No. 3 mixed sold at
Sao. No. 9 mixed. 33o. No 4 mixed, 82c;
no tirade, iWijaoo, No t white, 84o;
No. 3 white, 31! Ho: No. 4 white, 32a Shipper
paid 38 'i.38o Mississippi river for No. 1 corn
and river for No 3 white cora No.
S mixed sold lOHlOa Memphis und No J
white. 41(i?.414o Memphis.
Oats Continue firm with active de
mand and f:lr offerings Koccipts of oats
8 cars; a yuar iik'o. 8 cars. No. 3 mixed
sold at S-ISVJflc, according to quality
and Mllinsr: No 3 aIo. No. 4, 21
."Jc; No. 2 white, 27.So: No. 3 white,
Sfrii-'Ala Rvk Sold rather slowly. No. 3,
47'ie river: No. 3. nominally, 44145c. Klax
bkeu Sternly . Si;!iS,9to per bu In car lots,
upon the basia or pure: small lots. 3 to 5c less.
C hicago Hoard of i ratio.
Chicago, Sept 30 -Tho followin? table
hows the ran.e of price for active futures,
on uurtii el irailo to-day;
Sept 30 Opn d III.' t jto'st
YVHSAT--So i4 n4 (,, tfii4
lVc IMV '" "
May V7 77
Corn sup i) w 40 i ::
(ct w "'' !wi 4oi
Mj i, 4i , t:v, 44 4i'i
Oats- Sep iH
4.V-t -'4i ;H' X in 8s
Mv 'it si't us asu
POH- Sep IflM IIIVJ IllW IC.MI IJ(W
UI 11', i:sji i(K U76
Jan .Mi CiK'j'nM lW 13 mi
LAKO- Srp VM) 9 f!S 9 ftl
tit 9?) 9.1 ' tt'.'A 0'S
Jun TH7', SHI ff'.', firm
Si RlHS-r tl H .I."', W(M ! 7, t ,V
tVt K7, .N 1 " S 74
Jan J 17 t 7 1 7 g7', 7 I7't
E.tim.led reeeipti for Monday -VVhe.it,
Mocsr, eont ill) cai t o.it tu i-i,',, no;i,
Sl.ivo ha4 for bst mrvk llrt.OOJ.
Keeipt at y'.Ve lnl iViteiV
wluter, M csrs vuiitra't. S4 ri sprla . tl
csr entr4i-t, I .r eofti ' cr ' civ
ti act. W ors ut. in uri contract 15)
K.lMA tITV IIVK SttMH.
.Kaksm I'itv, Me, Srpt 3d, little He
rlpts, i.414 r!s II). ahipH-4 oiler Jt,
tM, cv m Mr mirksl ws l.ilrty
sct snd steady te stress nrrsli. tlws
1M4 Irfrf s4 sltipplnt st.-rs. J.'t 14,
rnlot! i.i i,t ;a io and hu rsts,
IH Trssf. t Is lUa sts. It 7
Triss saI ln,!si snwt .. s' ' -rs sot
l .-.I ?. 4lf vj,u mit4 H17
II.h.s It.'lm ti. shiptt yeirt.
ir r irl ws s-uv sntt uit:iy Itta
sr I'tUr ra4 irata ss i I is
Hssi-Na rps; ktpi4 ywiturrtif, 1st
Mui.t oxnttf tr.uitm. fastriSj 'I be
srk t wtsdU. sl t Tt. fMiMKiej are
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ta wis 4i,
FA KM AND HOUSEHOLD.
SELLING GARDEN STUFF Ol
rtECTLY TO CONSUMERS.
Ibe Mare Profl table Way Cora and
Cvrn Adulterated Honey Qaia
crs Stock Kotos mm4 Hosts
. American farmers have some queer
notion, and among them ia the one
that it is "small business" to sell gar
den stuff directly to the consumer.
If the average tannor could sell truck
to the corner grocer in his village it
would not hurt his feelings at all, but
before he will peddle out a load that
would yield him profit he will spend
his time raising wheat and will it at
lees than it would cost him. I live
near a village of less than 2,000 in
habitants, and havo been told dozens
of timer that truck farming would not
pay in this vicinity because there was
no market near. I did not believe
this, for while J have not been en
gaged a a regular truck farmer I
have always raided more truck in my
garden than my family could con
siurfi), and I have had no trouble in
disposing of It at a good price to pri
vate families. I began doing this by
merest accident. Ono day I was at
the grocery when some ono came in
and asked for aomo green peas. The
grocer told him that ho had ordered
them from the city but could not get
any an the market wan stripped of
thorn. I had a lot of them in my
garden, and said so, and tho grocer
asked mo to go home and get them,
lie vald if I had any string beans to
spare to bring them along, writes
Bert Carroll in tho Farmers Voice. I
went home and pickod a bushel of
each, peal and beans, and was bock
with them in two hours and got (2
for the lot. The hotel keeper saw
me bring them in, and as I passed the
hotel he told tne that he would like
for mo to bring him anything in tho
way of garden truck that 1
might have to Hpare, and ho
would take it at the ptlco he hud
to pay at the grocer's, as be preferred
to get it fresh, and I got to taking
fcomothing to him whenever I went to
town, and I found that it was casing
up on tho cash drain for family sup
plies wonderfully. One day as I was
talking to the landlord as ho was
paying for nome Dtuff, a guest re
marked that he would like to havo
tfomo cottage cheese, and I said that
my wifo know how to make the bout
I ever ate. The landlord gold he
loved It dearly and wished I would
bring some in. Tho next time I went
to town I took- in two quarts and he
gavo mo half a dollar for it, and after
that and to this day that hotel takes
all the cottage cheese we can furnish
at tho sumo price. Then wo got to
celling effgs and butter to the hotel
and to others, and I worked up quite
a trade in tho town.
Last season I had other things to
attend to and could not raise garden
truck, and a young man in my neigh
borhood, whoso father is a farmer,
failed in health and gave up regular
farm work for tho year, but to have
something to fill in tho time with
worked what ho was able on a truck
patch that was laid out on ono side of
a field. rAs his stuff got ready for use
he found that ho had been ao success
ful that he was going to have a large
surplus, and ho concluded to try to
Bell it in the village, and he not only
sold all that he could sparo but he
bought tho surplus of all the neigh
bors and sold that. Now he finds his
health restored, and as the result of
his work for the year he has more mon
ey than ho would have had if he had
raised regular farm crops. No one
thinks tho loss of him because he
has been a truck peddler, and the
people in tho village are better off
iMieuuKO they have had fresh vegeta
bles delivered at thoir doors. I do
not notice hut my neighbors are just
as cordial to me as they would bo if I
raised large fields of wheat instead of
small areas of berries and Is-uck. If
they think any less of mo they havo
an admirablo way of conceal ing their
feeling and I am not tho wiser. This
I know: In my twn vicinity truck
farming is coming into favor with
everybody oxeopt the grocers, w ho
lind their trade in vegetables serious
ly interfered with by the Htipplies
that are brought from tho country.
Tho vlllago peoplo only buy of thcra
now when they cannot get a supply
from tho country.
By recent experiments mado by
!Yof, Cook of Michigan, with cheni
it to see whether they could ulways
detect every change from real honey,
it wa proved that when pure sugar
syrup was fed to the bees H was so
poifeetlj changed and glvon tho real
honey tate, cither from Iho jMn'tiliul
odor f tho bee In the hives, tr moro
like route subtile, chemical and physi
cal action of the hc life white in the
be?' honey sack, that Utey could not
detect it, while glttcowe adultcratlims
could 1m detected.
A Virginia heo keeper Is authority
fur the fiH.wlitg: Sum 12 or It years
t.'0 t put gUs dishes on some hires
to gel them Ailed by the he, but tho
hotiey . n raif otti ju as they got
fairly ?at ted to mnke eomb In them,
and so fed them granulated auar
syrup and forM-d theia in HI! the
dishes up. I f.mnd that I hail to feed
much mote syrup than 1 foi honey,
and alo leavntnl that lh flavor pf
tho sjrup hat Heon changed l
that tf nla. hooey , I nevr
tried the i,rrlmrnt again, la the
wlnUf of l"'-jn y f) toil
and gathei'odJinney'frfWMii the old rV4
pines forty-two (, though many of
tUoia only for a f- ttltit. Tho
pines Him daj wore literally cv
trvt UH drtp of lals hety, as
?.ui r.rf whlto th memlaf dew,
Vaen vt'mt ated, It seort was. It
tasted like sugar syrup; but after it
was stored away in the hive it was a
little" darker in color, and had the
honey taste. Thia pine honey when
gathered by the bees has more sac
charine matter in it than any other I
know of. It will granulate la the
comb in the hives in July.
This year I commenced to extract
July 14, as my bees got no surplus up
to July 1, and I found fully one-fourth
ao thick that it could not be thrown
out by the most rapid revolution I
could give it with my geared ex
tractor. The Western bee papers
have much to say about their honey
dew honey not being good. I chal
lenge the world to beat our pine
honey Journal of Agriculture.. .
Cora and Cora.
Farmers who are buying corn to
feed should bear in mind that all corn
is not of equal value, nays the Iowa
HomcHtcad. Nor is seventy pounds
of corn always equal to other seventy
pounds. We are speaking now not of
the different amounts of cob that
thcro may be In the sample1, nor of
tho amount of chaffy ears or grains,
or of the difference usually recognized
by farmers when buying coin. Tbe
point we wish to make is that corn
grown on lands rich in nitrogen, as
for instance clover sod, has more feed
ing value, pound for pound, than corn
grown on old lands that have been
worn out by successive crops. It
must always be borne in mind that it
is the nitrogenous or albuminoid, or
in other words, flesh-forming quali
ties of corn or any other grain that
give it its special value, and honco
corn grown on clover sod is worth
moro than corn, apparently as good,
grown on old ground.
We have frequently heard farmers
who buy corn from different parties
claim that ono lot of corn seemod to
do the hogs no good while thoy fat
tened on another sample apparently
no better. Tho facts above 6tated
we think go far to explain tho reason,
and whether our readers agrco with
us or not it is at least worth thinking
about in buying grain to fend.
Soapsuds are said to bu cxcollenfc
for making plants grow and blossom,
on account of the potash therein.
It is claimed that ono of the best
homo feiitilizers for house plants is a
tcaspoonful of ammonia in a quart of
A paper devoted to women's inter
ests says that fatigue is as fatal to
good looks as a scorching wind.
Rest when you need it.
When you buy a new broom select
a dozen of the smoothest and largest
splints, pull them out and lay them
away to use in testing cake when it
An experienced cook says that if
a stale loaf of bread is soaked in
some water for a minuto or two, then
baked for about half an hour it will
bo like new.
A little lavender upon the shelves
and floor of tho wardrobe, or bits of
camphor gum or cedar wood or laurel
are said to bo excellent in keeping
away tho moths.
Mantles and draped dresses are
better hung up in wardrobes or small
closets, where they will bo kept free
from dust, than they would be if
folded in a drawer whero they would
It is well to know that whisky will
take out every kind of fruit stain.
Tablecloths and napkins which have
become almost ruined by' stains may
be mado as good as new by pouring
whisky upon thom before washing.
Very dusty clothes should bo well
shaken before being brushed, and
much of tho dust should be rubbed off
with a dry cloth. For the brushing
process tho dress should bo spread
upon a board and should be brushed
tho way of the "nap" of tho cloth.
Tho brushing should bo dono quickly
and lightly or the brush does moro
harm than good.
.Another essential item is judicious
feeding and proper care in every re
spect. Everything that will add to the'
comfort of a steer is a gain in his
Ono essential in tho growing of a
good beef Is the having of a good beef
Ono important point in citttlo feed
ing is to eo how much we can pro
duce from a given amount of fowl.
By sheltering and providing prop
er feeding arrangements, there is no
wasto of frx-d by tramping under foot.
Ono advantage in feeding the
roughness to cattle Instead of selling
U tho making of a giod quantity of
mau u iv.
The cattle that produces tho most
meat and not fat and bono are tho
ones that will bring the hlirhcht price
If you arc raNing beef, breed for
l4-fi If you can carry other qualifica
tions wlth'it alt th U tter, but breed
for iHHcf Hrst.
tlood clover hay fel lth god
straw makes a very good ration for
growing tdecr. little bran make
it Mill more valuable.
As with other clae i'l tiK'k on
thing that hurt gyl cattle breed
ing is Iho total w!iiT of many
that attempt to IwJ them.
After the first use of a full blood
irtJe has provol a sure do not
waste what haa hceti etird by go
ing hock and using; a rad sir.
Tho frt0r ht thinks thai any
H'y ran take raw ef aitle U enter
ally eha al things that any kind
ft raie Is 4" "i.igh for rat'h.
Tho skim milk of a dairy 1 wort
Rtoro to tt4 trl rthss In wlatrr thaa
fa summer. Hut ll tuotl4 h fed arw
yindraa suit r Nrlner iiupto4 iry
r is addition of a imv weal.
1124 0 Street
Now for your
Fall and Winter
WeVe got tbe grandest stock ever put oa salo in Lino In, at
sach prices that vm can all' affoid to hav two .or three
hats. MILLINERY was NEVER as Cheap
Felt Sailor hats . . ............ 98i ts. others ask $ 1.2.1 for
Felt Tourist Hat 98cts. others ask $ 1. 50 for
Felt Dress ha8 choice of a big lot. .08c
Quills any color each. 5c
Fancy feathers 10c and upwards.
See our New Pattern Hats.
Dinner. Tea and Table ware.
, LAMPS Decorated, Shade and Fount 03c, w.-rth $1.50.
See us before buying Tinware.
I i nm 1 lJ JUM ' -
Picture Frame 3.1 Cents and upwards,
Stiietly Cash with m. -
CASH IS KING. 4ur-c7
CHAS. A. BROAD.
REND FOR CATALOGUE.
KHNAgents Wanted for the
What U ttis condition of your $7 It your hair dry, harsh,
brittle? J)oe$ U split at tho ends 7 Jim it a lifclcts appearance 1
Does it fall out when combed or brushed? Is it full of dandruff?
Dots your scalp itch ? Is it dry or in a heated condition ? If the it
are some of your symptoms be warned in time or you will beeonn
bald, . .
ESKOOKUr.1 ROOT HAIR GROWER)
Is whst you need. Its proilnellon Is not an accident, but the result of iclntino re
search. Kuowlcdee of thi diseases of tbe lialr and scalp led to tbe discovery of bow
to treat them, "hknokum "om'tnlns neliber minerals nor oils. It Is not a Dve, but
a delightfully cooIIdk and refreshing Tonlo. By stimulating the follicles, itttupt
falllno liatr, c-vret rtttndnijfind ijrcnvthair unbuUl Ifadt,
t y Krip the ecalpcleao, healthy and free from Irritating nmntlons, by thsnac
of f kookum Skin Suap, li destroys iiaratUU) tnsectn. toi(o feed on and aettroi
If your drngfrt cannot Innpty yon, send direct to un, and we will forward
prepaid, on rwelpt of price. Orower, t'JU per bottle; (forOU. Soap, Wupai
jar 1 1 for tUu.
fHE SKOOKUM ROOT HAIR GROWER CO.,
57 South Fifth Ave., New York, N..Y.
When in Doubt
General Passenger Agent,
and all other Disease of tbe Reetune cured by Ore. Thornton Minor, Xeneas
City, Mo., without knife, ligature or caustics no dinner to he paid am II pttilent Urervd.' We
also make a siwclallly ot l)lm rl Wuninu ami ll4t of the SUln. Iluware of U doctors
who want any part nf their fee la advam-e, a n..i lit the end you will Und them eitjien
! luxuries. Nwii.t for circular riving ntm' of litmdmle who bave Ihwu i' tired by us. and
bow to avoid hanwrs 'd quack Otllfe No, MM vvoxi NlmbStrwi. IUmuiwJI ;t; Al Uuukur U Id
'and pullers controlled with absolute ease.
This aUUiusnt la no rrrt'i hf thousand fear tmrcha4
BRITT'Q AUTOMATIC SAFETY BIT.
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