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?The- Russian board of merchant
^'S?ppfeg intends to build a new port
atvSu^hup;''- in' Transcaucasia, on the
; Bl?c^VSea^ind a?^emrok,-;s on the
.s?u^e>4 coast of the Sea;of Azov. The
pori?^f?Re.yal, on^ths.Ba?tic, whence
ith?^^s?t^tor the&E??t -sailed some
t|me ago will also be considerably en
'?wrged. 'It .Is sadd that over 10,000,000
rubles will be spent on the new Reval
.Some of the churches that talk most
'ot^the Fatherhood of God show least
of'the brotKerhood bf man. "
Earliest Green Onions. .
;.' The John A. Saker Seed Co., La Crosse,
lyPis:?: always have Something nev/, some
thing valuable. This' year, they offer
among their new money making vege
tables, an* Earliest Green Eating Onion.
It. is a winner, Mi*. Farmer and Gardener!
TOST' SEND Tins NOTICE AND 16O.
Lnndthey will send voa. their big plant and
.afe^d ^catalog, together with enough seed
: S\'~* r,000 fine, solid Cabbages,
//- ? , 2,000 rieh, juicy Turnips,
2,000 blanching, nutty Celery,
2,000 rich, buttery Lettuce,
1,000 splendid Onions,
" I? 1,000 .rare,, luscious Radishes,
3.000 gloriously brilliant Flowers.
^'la>.all^yer. 10^000-plants-this great offer
i %a?adeito?get yotftb test their warranted
;'.Veget2bI? seeds and %
* FOE BUT 16o P0STAGJ!,
jn^ov?ding yen -will- return this notice, and
a earliest . on' earth-10 days earlier than
j C^,?eepopay,First of Alhetc. [A.GL.1
"The average age. at which civilized
Women marry is twenty-three^-and one-half
Tis-QiJy in the depths of blue
Man finds ' '- dearest dreams, fulfilled,
- \ybere car ..s pass from view.
v. . ' And c-cry's hushed and
So *w- *s my joyous flight
c; * -Te r alms where rapture Ilea,
" "Buf ?.o . jnder mystic height- .
.my .leaven, in your'eyes! .
a .n .J3 Fassfitt. iru_'Naw Qrleans
jacs-I>2 "accra t.
??r. r , A Grimly Suggestive Group.
.-^T^rniinister and the doctor were
/.^djQg^doy.'n town in a Lexington ave
?nu'a car, and had arrived at Madison
square "when their friend the under
-ta)ten Joined them.
^ ?After liding with him two blocks
tho minister and doctor put the under
taker ?fBfc the car, saying their appear
-ance in trio looked too suggestive and
would cause talk,among their, friends.
?E&nrnS THE FIRST ESSENTIAL
It Helps Women to Win and Hold
Men's Admiration, Respect and Love
Woman's greatest gift s the power to
Inspire admiration, respect, and love.
There is a beautyin health which is
$0-.- . more attractive to men than mere regu
larity "pf feature.
? :< Tcijbe.a successful wife, to retain the
love 'and admiration of her husband,
should be a 'woman's constant study.
At the first indication of- ill-health,
. painful or irregular menstruation,
._ "headache or backache,-secure Lydia E.
^""--^..^nkham's Vegetable Compound and
:? MTS. Chas. F. Brown. vice-President
Mothers' Club, 21 Cedar Terrace, Hot
. Spjrings, Ark., writes ;
Dear Mrs. Pinkham :
: '"jEornraa years-I dragged through a miser
able '. existence,, suffering with inflammation
. abd falling of the womb, and worn out with
pain and weariness., I one day noticed a state
v?S?^~ v ment by a woman sufforingas I was, but who
had been cured by Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg
etable Compound, and I determined to-try it.
, At tho end of three months I was a different
Every one remarked about it, and
j my/husband feu in love with me all over
-^gjp?nT ^Ljdia-Er'Pt?khara's Vegetable Cora
?i .'-v:' : poomr^uilt up my entire system, cured the
womb trouble, and I felt liko a new woman.
I am sure it will make every suffering woman.
^^;?.>;ii4n>ng, well and happy, os it has me."
."W?mcn who are trorrbled with pain
ful or. irregular menstruation, back
.-:--j:?. ache,.bloating (or flatulence), leucor
rKtea, falling, inflammation or ulcera-'
tion of the uterus, ovarian troubles,
' that, "bearing-down" feeling, dizzi
-*.' ness,*'faintness, indigestion, or nervous
prostration may: be restored to perfect
health and strength by taking Lydia
Ei pinkham's Vegetable Compound,
John White & Co.
:; LOUISVILLE, KY,
CGR?S WHERE ALL Hil FAILS.
(BestCoagI*8rriip. Toiles 3ood. Uso
In time. Sold br drujuUw
Tour grocer , is honest and
r?uythat rhe-knows very litt
' you. i How can. he know
. * how
*.v,\ In each package of LIO?
SOund of Pure Coffee. Ins
?oh head on every package.)
fSayc ?ie Lion-heads i
M SOW J?. ,GRQCE1
. .. Mews of th? Day. . .
A French scientist. lias made some
interesting- observations as. to the love
of different wild animals for the sea.
The polar, bear he says, is the only one
that takes to the seas,- and Is quite
-jolly when: aboard ship.' All others
Violently resent a trip on water and vo
ci'flously give vent to their feelings un
til seasickness brings silence.
.Capt. Cecil Battine. of the King's
Hussars, London, is writing" a book en
titled "The Crisis of the Confederacy."
in whtcft lie describes, from hfs own
point of view, the campaigns of Gettys.
burg and the Wilderness.
ACHED IM EVERY BONE.
Chicago Society; Woman, Whr? Wa? So Sick
She Could Kot Sleep or Kat. Cured by
Boan'? Kidney Pills.
Marion Knight, of 33 2?. Ashla mt
"Ave., Chicago, Orator of the est Bide
Wednesday Club, says: "This winter
when I started
ty use Donn's
Kidney Tills 1
bebed in every
hons aud had
in tense .pr. i ns
in the kidneys
and pelvic or
gans. The urine
was thick and
cloudy, and 1
con Vd barely
eat enough to
live. 1 felt ?
chaiige fer th-?
- ?rAitiON KK?QHT. better within a
week. The second week t began eat
ing heartily. I began to improve gen
erally, and before seven, weeks had
passed I was well. I "had spent
hundreds of dollars for medicine that
did not-help . nie, but SO worth of
Doan's Kidney Pills restored me to
A TRIAL FREE-Address Foster
Milburn Co., Buffalo, X. Y. For sale
by allxdeaiers. Trice, 50 cts.
Dogs are slaughtered for culinary pur
poses .'n Munich.
Itch cured in 30 minutes by Woolford's
Sanitary Lotion. Never fails. Sold by all
druggists, 31.- Mail orders promptly lilied
by Dr.. E. Detchon, Crawfordsvilfe, Ind.
The flee paper tree-is one of the most
interesting of the .flora of China.
NO SLEEP -FOR . MOTHER
Baby Covered With Sore? and .Scales
Could Kot TeU What She Looked Uko
Marvelous Cure by Cutlcura..
"At four months old my baby's face and
body were 60 covered with sores and large
scales you could not tell what she looked '
like. No child ever had a woise case.
Her face was being'eafen "away, and even
her finger nails fell off. It itched so she
could not sleep, and for many weary nights
we could sr no rest. At last we got Cu
ticura Soap and Ointment. The sores le
gan to heal at once, and she could sleep at
night, and in one month she had not one
sore on her face or body. - Mrs. Mary
Sanders, 709 Spring St., Camden, N. J."
Runaway horses are unknown in Russia.
False teeth have heen used by the peo
ple who .lived in 1000 B. C.
FITS permanently cured. No fits or nervous
ness after first day's use of Dr. Kliuo'a Great
Nerveltestorer,$2trial bottleand treatise free
Dr.E. H. KLINE, Ltd., 331 Arch St., Phila., P.i
According to t'.ie rensus of 1900, the
population of Spain was 18,891,574.
Mrs?. Winslow'sSoothin? Syrup (orc'itklron
teething, soften the sums, reduces iuflamina
Porto J?ico is the most lightly taxed
country on earth.
Piso's Cure is the best medicine we overused
lor all affections ot throat ?nd lungs.-Wu.
O. ENDSLEr, Vanburen, Ind., Feb. 10, 1900.
The man who takes life as a dose, al
ways finds it a bitter one.
A Guaranteed Cure For 1*1163.
Itching, Blind, Bleeding or 1'rotruding
Piles. Druggists will reiund money if Pazo
Ointment fails to cure in 0 to 14 days. 50c.
You could never make a woman believe
all angels don't have nicc, crinkly hair.
- Taylor's Cherokee Remedy ol Sweot Gum
ind Mullen is Nature's great remedy-Cures
Coufihs, Colds, Croup and Consumption.and
all throat and lung troubles. At druggists,
25e-, 50c. and $1.00 per bottle.
The.United States is the largest con
sumer of tin in the world, but derives
its supplies from the Straits Settle
ments, from Banka, and other Euro
pean sources. Only a few huudred
pounds of tin are mined ic this coun
S1OT Rejvar:!. ?100.
Tho reade:. Di this paper will ba pleased to
learn that there is at least oas dreaded dis
case,that science has haea able to cure in all
itsscajes, and that is Catarrh. Hali's Catarrh
Cure is the oaly positive cure now known to
tho medical fraternity. Catarrh bein;; a con
stitutional disease, requires a constitutional
treatment. Hall's CatarrhCureis takeninter
nally.actlngdiraatly upoa the blood andmu
coussnrfaces of the system, thereby destroy
ing! he foundation of the disoase, and givia;
tho patient strength by building up the con
stitution and assisting nature in doing its
work. The proprietors have sb much faith in
itscuratlve powers that they offer One Hun
dredDo?Iarsforanycase that it falls to cure.
.Send for .1st of testimonials. Address
F. J. CHBSEr 4 Co., Toledo, O.
Sold by Druggists, 7?J.
. Take Hall's Faaiily Pills for constipation
Just before he left tho Pension Office,
Commissioner Ware was asked for a
recommendation by a watchman. This
is what Ware wrote: "Dear Jackson
If you are not in Heaven when I get
there, I'll fix it to have you trans
To Cure a Cold In One Day
Take Laxative Bromo (Quinine Tablets. All
druggists refund money if it tails to cure.
12 . Yv. Grove's signature is on box. 25c.
Great souls can neither be starved by
poverty nor choked by riches.
-if he cares to do so-can tell
le about the bulk coffee he
? where it originally came from,
it was blended-or With What
when roasted? If you buy your
9 loose by the pound, how can
?peet purity and uniform quality?
Ute LEADER OF
PACKAGE COFFEES, is of
:sslty uniform in quality,
igth and fia vor. For OVER A
HER OF A CENTURY, II03V COFFEE
been the standard coffee in
ions of bornes. s
N COFFEE Is carefully packe?
ir factories, and until opened In
home, has chance ol being adul
ad, or of coming In contact with dust,
?terms, or unclean hands.
r COFFEE* you get one full
ist upon getting the genuine.
'or valuable premiums.)
'OOLSriN BP?CS CO.V Toledo," Chlo,'
Everything Was Quiet Enough Sunday
Is St, Petersburg
WAS NO RIOTING IN ANY QUARTER
Demonstrations Were Not Attempted
and the Only Disorder Was in a The
atre at Night When Abuse of the
Czar Was Shouted by th? Audience
Btv Petersburg By Cable-The an
ticipated renewal of trouble amonk
workmen today was not realized.
Neither strikers nor student.; made the
slightest attempt t? demonstrate, and
throughout the day the city presented
a normal appearance. The Emperor's
creation of a joint commission of mas
ters and workmen^ chosen by them
selves, to investigate the cause of dis
content among the laborers has made
an exceedingly good impression, be
ing considered definite ?vid?hce of the
-government's purpose to compel some
of the rapacious masters who have
paid starvation wages to do justice to
The? imperial decree ordering the
formation of the committee reposes
the presidency cf the body in Senator
Chidlovski, a member cf the council
of the empiro, and instructs the com
mittee to ascertain immediately the
causes of discontent of St. Petersburg
workmen and devise measures to pre
vent such discontent ia the futui'e.
The committee consists of representa
tives of government departments, the
"various industries, and the workmen.
The President is authorized to report
in person to the Emperor and deter
mine the number and mode of selec
tion of the committee. At the Mali
Theatre a scene was created by cries
of "Down with the autocracy" and
personal abuse of the Emperor. The
demonstrators were ejected from the
Thc police continuo to make arrests.
The Czar's Announcement.
St. Petersburg, By Cable.-The news
that Emperor Nicholas has endorsed
the scheme for the revival of the Zem
sky Seabor, or ancient land parlia
ment, which the old Emperors invoked
in times of stress. v oread through
the city and created intense satisfac
tion among liberal classes. The news
p?p?rs this morning were filled with
articles descriptive of this ancient Rus
sian instittuion, indicating that word
had gone forth that the government
had decided to listen to the voice of
representatives of the people. Natur
ally, (here is some skepticism as to
whether the government intends frank
ly to take the steps, but the general
verdict is that if the Emperor has suc
ceeded in shaking off reactionary in
fluences and now proceeds in good
faith to summon the Zemsky Seabor,
they will rally to his support the mod
erate Liberals, and perhaps arouse a
wave of genuine enthusiam in the
country. Liberals are convinced that
the meeting of such a representative
body must be followed by important
and widespread reforms.
West Blizzard ?wept.
Kansas City, Mo., Special.-Reports
Sunday night from Missouri, Minneso
ta, Kansas, Nebraska, Iowa, the Da
kotas, northern Texas, Indian Terri
tory, Arkansas and Oklahoma say
that unusually cold weather prevails.
In Omaha the thermometer registered
16 degrees below zero at 9 o'clock.
High winds prevail in many localities,
drifting the snow badly, and delaying
railroad traffic in all directions. Re
ports from Oklahoma and'Indian Ter
ritory say the thermometer was 5 be
low zero in several places, and ranged
at zero all day. From all parts of the
two Territories come accounts of suf
fering and death as the result of the
Visiting New York.
Washington, Special. - President
Roosevelt left Washington Monday
norning for a two-day visit in New
fork, during which he will make a
speech at the Lincoln birthday cele
bration at the Waldorf-Astoria, spend
a short time at the Press Club ban
quet at the New Astor House, lunch
it the University Club, dine in "Little
Hungary," and visit friends.
Atlanta's Troubles Ending.
Atlanta^ Ga., Special.-With large
forces of men, who have been repair
ing since the havoc of the recent sleet
storm, continued their work all day
(bimday), both the Western Union
and Postal Telegraph Companies aac"
the telephone companies are gettin;.
their wires in better condition, an
Atlanta is in closer touch with the out
side world than she has been for a
The recent storm was the most "de
structive in the history of the city.
The amount spent by the telegraph
and tele^ hone companies to restore
normal conditions will reach an enor
Four Injured by Explosion.
Erie, Pa., Special.-An explosion of
natural gas at the home of the care
taker of the city water works reser
voir seriously injured four persons this
evening. Two of the injured were so
badly shocked and burned that they
may die. All were blown through a
second-st?ry window and down an em
bankment 30 feet high. The injured
are: Louis seiter, aged 40 years and
his wife; Harry Seiter, aged 14 years,
and Samuel Pfist?r, aged 65 years.
L?ank o' Spartanburg Burns.
Spartanburg, S. C., Special.-Tho
Bank of Spartanburg, on the square in
the centre of the city, was gutted by
fire Wednesday night. The flames
were discovered at 9:45 o'clock and
it was a threatening fire, as trouble
with water connections at the early
stages made it look had for a time. It
seemed that adjoining buildings would
ignite, but they were saved. In a
half-hour the flames were under con
trol. The building was owned by A.
G. Floyd and was valued at about
$3,000. The loss is covered by insur
ance. Mayor A. B. Calvert is presi
dent of the bank. It is thought the*
flames originated from a defective
Favor Private Car Lines.
Washington, Special.-A delegation
of Georgia and West Virginia peach
growers, headed by J. H. Hare, of
Georgia, appeared before the sub
committee of the House committee on
inter-Stato and foreign commerce, in
vestigating private car lines, in pro
test against any legislation that might
have the effect o? tlimlnatlng tho uso
af private nm,
TWO UNDER ARREST
^Officials Taken Into Custody and
MACHEN AND GROFfS IN PRISON
fh? Convicted Post?ffic? Offici?i?
Taken to Moundsvili?, Wt Va., in
Company With ?l?ven ?th?r Con
Washington, Special-AugU?fc W>
Machen, tho former he?d of the free
delivery of the Postoi?ic? Department,
and the foremost figure among the of
Qiciftls, politicians; and contractors' in
dicted as a result of the postal ^investi
gation, and Diller ?. Groff ?nd;|am??l
A. Groll, both o? this city, convicted
In connection with tho promotion of a
letter-box fastener scheme, left-Wash
ington with a party of^ll other con
victs for Mou?dsviiiej W V?;} shortly
after C o'clock Tuesday .'hight; to ?e.rv?
a sentence of two years' imprisonment.
The three prisoners, who had surren
dered to .the United States marshal
early in the day, spent part of the af
ternoon in the jail here, and were tak
en from there to the Baltimore & Ohi??
Railroad depot in a carriage, acconr'
panied by a guard. The men were,
placed in a special car, which was at
tached to tho regul?r night train for
the West. All three were handcuffed.
Machen occupied a seat in the car
alone, while the Groff ? brothers were
linked together by their handcuffs.
There were four guards, one remain
ing at each end of the car. The three
postal prisoners had a corner of the
car to themselves. Occupying other
seats in front or them were ll negro
criminals. None of Machen's rela
tives was at the depot to see him
off, but a iarge number of friends
greeted him, shook his hands, and in
several cases pledged their readiness
to supply him money if he needed it
A letter carrier, not uniformed, grasp
ing his hand, said ho had the sympathy,
of thousands of carriers. Groups of"
curious spectators were gathered at
STATEHOOD BILL PASSES.
The Senate Enacts: Measure Providing
For Two New State??
Washington, gp?ci?l.^Aft?r & con
tinuous silting Of almost ?itie hours
tho Senate at 8:45 o'clock Tuesday
night passed the joint Statehood bill.
As passed the bill provides for the ad
mission 01' the States Of Oklahoma, to
be composed of Oklahoma and Indian
Territory, and New Mexico, according
to its present boundaries, with Arizona
eliminated. The long session was
characterized by exciting incidents
and many surprises. Beginning
promptly upon the convening at 12
o'clock the Senate proceeded to con
sider the various amendments which
had been suggested by the committee
on Territories and which had been
passed over. One of the first of these
taken up was the amendment prohib
iting the sale of intoxicating liquors,
in what is now Indian Territory for
tho next ten years and this was dis
placed with a substitute offered by
Mr. Gallinger which extended the
amendment to the entire State for a
period of 21 years, and this was adopt
ed by a vote of 55 to 20. The first em
prise of the day came when the com*
mittee accepted Mr. Foraker's amend
ment providing for a separate vote by
each of the Territories and Arizona on
the constitution to be adopted by the
proposed Stato of Arizona. That pro
vision had scarcely been made a part
of the bill when Mr. Bard offered his
amendment, which nad been originally
offered by Patterson and which pro
vided for the admission of New Mexi
co as a State without, the addition of
Arizona. This amendment proved to
be the point around which alb the
subsequent proceedings of importance
revolved. It was at first adopted by
the close vote of 42 to 40. This vote
was taken while the Senate was sitting
In committee of the whole, and "vas
reversed in the Senate proper by tte
tie vote vole to 38 to 38.
Negro Rifles Safe.
Salisbury, N. C., Special-The ch
cf police at Lynchburg, Va., telegrai
ed Sheriff Julian tliat he had cap
turca Chas. Caldwell, a negro boy
about 14 years old. The boy last week
stole from the private safe of Mr. W.
W. Reid, a wealthy real estate owner,
Mr. Reid lives with his daughter, Mrs.
H. A. Barnhardt, and is very old. He
sometimes failed to lock his vault and
tho negro knew this. Just what
amount was taken could not be accur
ately determined, but it exceeded $200.
The Lynchburg officer said today that
$200 had been found upon the boy
criminal. He will be brought back
Oil Men Support Kansas.
Toledo, O., Special.-At a meeting
Sunday of the Oil Men's Association,
composed of crude oil producers in
the Trenton rock-oil fields of Ohio and
.Indiana, the situation in Kansas was
discussed by the 30 or 40 members
present, and resolutions were unani
mouly adopted that the State of Kan
sas is entitled to the sympathy and
moral support of the oil trade every
where in its contest with thc Standar/
Situation in Poland Serious.
St. Petersburg, By 'Cable. -For the
moment the startling crime in Helsing
.fors has withdrawn attention from the
strike situation throughout Russia.
Tuesday's events in Poland and Cau
casus, however, are quite serious
enough in themselves. Disorders in the
smaller industrial towns in Poland
have added more than a score to the
total of the killed, and troops have
been' sent to Warsaw and Kutno (S3
miles west of Warsaw) to quell upris
ings lhere. Thc strike conditions in
Caucasus are becoming worse and traf
fic on the Trans-Caucasian Railway is
Arrested at Lynchburg.
Lynchburg, Va., Special.-The local
police arrested a negro named Chas.
Caldwell, on a letter from Sheriff Jul
ian, of Salisbury, who is wanted An
Salisbury on the charge of robbing" a
safe and stealing therefrom $200. In
less than an hour after receiving the
letter, the negro was locked up,.and
most of the stolen money was recov
ered. An ofiicer is expected here to
take the negro back to North Carolina.
St. Petersburg, By Cable!-The Em
peror has received thc following dis
patch from General Kuropatkln: "The
Japanese during the night of January
31 attacked Djantanch?nan, on the
left bank of the Hun river, opposite
Changtan. They captured the village,
but subsequently wer? driven out, with
great, loss. The Russian casualties
were 100. . Tho Japanese, alter a se
vere cannonade, re-attacked our forces
at Djantanchenan at noon February L
The Russians firat retired, but ultl
liiutely reoccupied the village;, though
outlying poste ?re In t&? hand* of UM
This great stock medicino is a!
money saver for stock raisers. It
is a medicine, not a cheap food or I
condition powder. Though pr>t up j
in coarser form thnn ThccUorcVs
Black-Draughlij renowned fer the
cur? ?? the digestion troubles of ?
persons, ii has the same qualities
of invigorating digestion, stirring
up the torpid liver and loosening
tho constipated bowels for all stock
and poul try t li; iii Carefully pre
pared and its action is so healthful
that stock grow and thrive with an
occasional dose in their food. It
cures hog cholera and makc3 hogs
grow fat. It cures chicken cholera
and toup" and Wakes "hens lay. It
cur?s* constipation -, distemper and
colds in horses, niunain in cattle,
ahd "makes a draught animal do
more work for the food consumed.
It gives animals and fowls of all
kinds new life. Every farmer and
raiser should certainly give it a
trial. "> >
It costs 25c. a can and saves ten
times its price in profit.
PrrrsBuaa, EAS., March 25,19W.
I hare been using your Black*DraUght
Stock fetid Poultry Medicine on iny
stock toi Eom? time. I have used ill!
kinds br stock food but I bav? found
???i?rburs ia the best for my purpose.
J. 8. HASSON.
LOSE THEIR CA
Greene and Gaynor Will Have Theil
S?scality Aired at Last
FUGITIVES WILL BE GIVEN UF
The United State? Government Wins
Ita Appeal to the British Privy Ccun
eil from'the Canadian Court's Re
fusal to Hold For Extradition thu
Man Indicted With Capt. Oberlin M
Carter For the Savannah River Im
London, By Cable.-The privy coun
eil rendered its decision Wednesda;
morning in the Grcene-Gaynor case, i:
favor of the American government. Thc
council reversed the two judgments o
Justice Caron, of Quebec, August 13
1902, and ordered the respondents t:
pay the costs of the appeal. The coun
ell's decision caustically criticises thc
action of Justice Carson in relerisin..
Greene and Gaynor, and Caron's "ex
traordinary intervention," end adds:
'Where a prisoner is brought boron
i competent tribunal charged with ar
?xtraditiou offense and is remande:
'or the express purposo of afforJiti.
.he prosecution an opportunity c:
jringiug forward evidence whereby thc
accusation is to be supported, if in sue:
i case upon a writ of ha
beas corpus a learned judgi
;reats a remand warrant as c
'nullity and proceeds to adjudicate thc
:ase as though the whole evidence wa
before him, it would paralyze the ad
ministration of justice and render i:
impossible for proceedings, in traditio:,
to be effective."
The decision simply reverses Justice
Carson's judgment and leaves Green-,
nd Gaynor un:ler remand as before
Justice Caron intervened.
John F. Gaynor and Benjamin D.
Greene were indicated in Savannah
.ra., Dec. 8, J899, charged with em
bezzlement and defrauding the United
States government, together with Cap
tain Oberlin M.-Carter, in the perform
ance of government contracts for the
improvement of the Savannah rive:
and other river and harbor work in
that district, the illicit profits being es
timated at L?2,000,000.
Gaynor and Greene were arrested in
'Mew York. They contested extradition
to Georgia, and when the United States
commissioner decided that they must
go to that .State and plead to the in
dictments, they fled to Canada. They
had been at liberty on $40,000 bail each,
and this was forfeited. Efforts to ex
tradite Greene and Gaynor from Mont
real were progressing favorably, and
the extradition commission was sit
ting in Montreal, when Gaynor and
Greene went to Quebec. A question
arose as to whether they could be
brought back, and detectives kidnapped
them and took them to Montreal.
There was a big legal fight over this
action, and a Quebec: judge issued a
writ of habeas corpus, which was
served on the jailer at Montreal, who
delivered up the prisoners without no
tification to the extradition tribunal
and permitted them to be rushed back
to Quebec. Efforts to quash the writ
of habeas corpus under which they had
been returned were denied by Justice
Caron. After a long legal controversy,
Gaynor and Greene obtained their lib
erty within the limits of the province of
Quebec. The United States government
then appealed to the privy council of
England, the highest court in that
Will Be Arrested Again.
Washington, Special.-The State De
partment received notice of the action
of the privy council through the fol
lowing cablegram from Ambassador
Choate: "Court decided in our favor in
relation to Gaynor-Greene case. Opin
ion rendered by Lord Chancellor. Also
in case of the Kity D. vs. the King, the
court granted leave to appeal on con
dition of return of vessel to custody."
Although sufficient detail is npt yet
before the law officers here to war
rant a final opinion as to the effect of
the privy council's decision, the pres
ent understanding is that it will result
in the immediate re-arrest of Gaynor
and Greene, who are now at large in
Quebec under surveillance of Washing
ton secret service officers.
More Election Laws Needed.
Washington, Special.-The House
committee of merchant marine and
fisheries ordered a favorable report on
six of the eight bills introduced by
the bureau of navigation to make more
efficient the steamboat regulation laws,
whoso inadequacy was exposed with
horrifying effect by means of the Slo
Bad Blizzard in the South.
Memphis, Tenn., Special.-With a
blizzard raging in north and east Tex
as and rain and sleet falling in many
districts in Louisiana, Mississippi and
Tennessee, weather conditions are de
cidedly worse than at any time since
the present storm began. A blizzard
has been sweeping over the cattle ran
ches of western Texas for two days
and tonight sho.w3 no sign of abate
ment, .Thousands of cattle are report
ed te be suffering- and in many mm
totally tieprlVQ? ol water.
Sharps arid Plata,
Ari explorer who has often by com
pulsion eaten the flesh of animals not
generally used as human food says
that grilled lion steaks are delicious
and much superior to those of the ti
ger; that the flesh Of the rhinocerous,
properly prepared, has ail the good
qualities of'work: that the trunk and
feet of young elephants resemble veal
and that stewed boa constrictor is a
good substitute for rabbit. ;
Some people think the road to Heav
en is a Switdh-back wh?re they need
the descent into sin to give th? im-'
petus fer the rise into glory.
Women Physicians for Lunatics. .
One of the most famous of German
physicians for the ?'o?tme?t of mental
iteeasss, Prof. Ludwig, is ?arn?stly
idyc eating the employment of Women
physicians in lunatic asylums". After
rears of investigation he has come to
. the conclusion that the insane are pe
culiarly susceptible, to a woman's pres
?nce ahd influence, hot only the wo
men, but the men as well. He says
he has baen instrumental in obtaining
the admission cf one woman physi
cian to an asylum for women in South
Sermany, and the results are simply
phenomenal. The women are more
trac,1 able. Ludwig is certain that in a
5'bort time no men physicians will be
?inplbyed in fema'e lunatic asylums.
His opiuion is supported in large meas
ure by another eminsnt authority, Dr.
Krap??in.-rNew York World.
Leek Your Jag In the Bottle.
. Large locked corks, origlpal in de
sign, are being shown in tho shops
for Christmas presents. All vi them
have about as much silver, or nickel,
as cork, but thsy fit in the average?
sized whisky bettie all right, and are
really a decoration. Small Yale keys,
only one for each cock, lock the bot
tle as tight as an office safe. If a
man doesn't happen lo leave his bunch
of keys lying around loose his whisky
is perfectly safe from purloining serv
ants. If he loses his keys he musi
break the neck of the bottle to get
at his tipple. No duplicate key can
be made for him.
If a man prefers a certain blend ol
whisky, Scotch or American, he can
leave it on his sideboard at home 01
take it to his club io be called for
when required. Most club men would*
find this plan a great economy.
The Rev. Janies T, Dougherty, rec
tor of St. Mary's church at Canandai
. gua, tulls this story o?: his recent visit
to the St. Louis expedition: "In one
of the buildings I mei. a voluble Irish
man in charge of an exhibition Of Irish
relics. My attention was especially
called to the stump of a tree in which
was imbedded zo firmly as to be irre
movable, the points of a fine set o?
deer antlers. I was interested, 'How
do you suppose the deer had come to
get his horns ?JO firmly fastened?' I
" 'Surey I don't know, your river
ence,' was thc reply, 'but I think he
must have been "buttin' in." ' "-New
Raising Gccss by Thousands.
On a goose farm in the middle west
(.hero is an incubator with n capacity
for 10,COO eg?s. Theso eggs arc not,
however, placed in frc incubator at
one time, but are so arranged that" one
.cedion will hatch each day, being re
filled as soon as tito go-slings are taken
out. The geese are raised on this
farm for their feathers alone, which
are usn?! in the uphols:ering business.
<\ Soap Tree.
An excellent soap, possessing no
alkaline properties, is extracted In
Algeria from the fruit of a tree
known to botanists as Sapindus utills.
The fruit is about thc size of a horse
chestnut, and the saponaceous sub
bianco is cheaply -extracted with the
-.Ucl of water or alcohol. This natural
soap tree grows also la India, China,
Didn't >"ecd Money.
Dixon-"Hov.- is your artist friend
getting along in New York?"
?omson-"Oh, splendidly I"
Dixon-"Have you heard from him?''
Toaison-"No; that's -the reason I
know ho's prospering."-Detroit Free
Hearty Laugh Caused Injury.
Frederick L. Mordaunt of Wood
bridge, Conn., laughed so heartily at a
joke told at a wedding anniversary
that he caused a hemorrhage of the
small optic veins, and his physician
has little hope that hi:; sight can be
Killed Peregrine Falcon.
A rare bird iu the shape of a pere
grine falcon was shot recently in Fal
mouth. Ale., by Chauncey F. Under
lip. This is a species of hawk that
is sel-?om seen in this part of the
country and makes a very handsome
appearance when mounted.-Boston
READS THE BOOK.
"The Road lo Wollvtlla" Pointed tho Way
Down at Hot Springs, Ark., the vis
itors hnvo nil sorts of complaints, but
it is a subject of remark that the great
majority ol' Hiern have some trouble
with stomach and bowels. This may
be partly attributed to tho heavy medi
Naturally,"nuder tho conditions, the
question of food is very prominent.
A young man states that he had suf
fered for nine yours from .stomach and
bowel trouble, had two operations
which did not euro, and was at last
threatened with appendicitis.
He wont lo Hot Springs for rheuma
tism and his stomach trouble got
worse. Ono day at breakfast tho wait
er, knowing his condition, suggested
he try Grape-Nuts and cream, which
he did. and found the food agreed with
After thc second day he bogan to
sleep peacefully at night, different than
he had for years. Thc perfect diges
tion of the food quieted his nervous
system and made sleep possible.
He says: "The next morning I was
astonished to find my condition of con
stipation had disappeared. I could not
believe it true after suffering for so
ninny years; then I took moro interest
In tho food, read the little book 'The
Road to Wcllville.' and started follow
ing tho simple directions.
"I have met with such results that
in the last live weeks I have gained
eight pounds in spite of hot baths
which take away thc flesh from any
"A friend of mino has been entirely
cured of a bad case of indigestion and
stomach trouble by using Grape-Nuts
Food and cream alone for breakfast.
"There ls one thing in particular-J
have noticed n great change in my
mental condition. Formerly I could
hardly remember anything, and now
the mimi seems unusually acute ami
retentive. . I cnn memorize- practically
any tiling I desJro/1 Name glvtm by
PoBtniH Co., f.ftttl? CroeU, Mloti.
Intense Cold Breeds Catarrh
February is a month of severe etornu
arid intense cold.
Even in the South where the prevail
ing temperature is much above wintrj
latitudes, February brings sudden change:
Mercury sometimes dropB 20 degrees ir
a single night.
Therefore, the following health hmo
are applicable to the whole of Korti
The sleeping rooms should be well ven
tilatcd, but so as to avoid direct current:
Those in vigorous health should talc?
a cold water towel bath every morn ?nf
before breakfast. Those in feeble heal tl
should take a' brisk dry-towel-rub cverj
The diet should be a generous one, in
eluding meat, and occasionally fresh vegc
tables. ~ ft
; The nights being long and the 3ayi
short, ns much sunshine as possible
should be let into the house during th<
The head should be kept cool at al
times. Thc feet should be kept warn
and dry, day and night.
When unavoidably exposed to cold Ol
wet, a few doses of l'eruna will aver
When seized with a chill, or even sligh
chilliness, a dose of Peruna should bi
taken at once.
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ILL KEEP YOU DRY
NOTHING EL'SE WILL
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SHOWING~FULL L!NE OF GARMENTS AND HATS.
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TOWER CANADIAN CO., LTD., TORONTO, CANADA.
Potash as Necessary as Rain
The'quality and quantity of the
crops depend on a sufficiency of
in the soil. Fertilizers which are
low in Potash will never produce
Every farmer should bc familiar with the
proper proportions of incrcdienls that so to
make the best fertilizers for every kind of
crop. We have published a series of books,
containing the latest researches on this all
important subject, which we will send free
if you ask. Write now while you think of
it to the
GERMAN KALI WOTtK.9
New York-98 Nn*?nu Street, or
^ Atlanta, Ga.-22,'^ South Broad Street.
For Specific Ophthal
mia, Moon Bliiidties
' /and other SORE EYEi
?>gq HAVE A SURE CURE
Country merchants and fanners cnn .cave :
to 'J5 j?>r cent hy writing thc Nashville Prurluc
Co., >,nshvilli\ Tenn., for sp?cial cash price
Tin1 only strictly cash Held seed house in th
South. "Write today.
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GUARANTEED CURE for all bowel tra
blood, wind on the stomach, bloated bowe
pains lifter eating, liver trouble, sallow sk:
regularly you are aick. Constipation kills
starts chronic ailments and long years of j
CASCARETS today, for you will never ge
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- TO FARMERS A
you cannot spend years and
buy the knowledge required
cents. Vou want them lo pa
them as a diversion. In order to ham
tiling about thom. To meet this want
of a practical poultry miser for (OnI>
a man wno put till his mind, and tim?
en rulslnjr-not as a pastime, but as a
ty-iivo years' work, you can save man
earn (lullars for you. The point is, tl
Poultry "Yard as soon ns lt appears, an
teach you, it tulla how to detect and
fattening! which Fowls to save for t
you should know on thin subject to in
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Sudden Chances Breed Catani!.
As much sleep as possible,
should he obtained in the forepart of the
Catarrh of Head.
Mr. Frank Cobb, 175 Summit Street,
Deering, Me., writes:
"I was troubled with catarrh in my
head. I wrote to Dr. Hartman for advice
and he prescribed Perlina.
"I took it and am happy to say it helped
me at. once. I feel better than I have for
Bronchial Trouble. .
Mr J. Ed. O'Brien, Pres. American*
Pilot Ass'n. Pensacola, Fla., writes:
"I heartily give my endorsement to
Peruna as an effective cure for catarrh
and bronchial trouble."
Throat and Lungs:
Frank Battle, Jr., Ill N. Market St.,
Nashville, Tenn., writes:
"Peruna has cured me of chronic bron
chitis. . .:
"It is the grandest discovery of the age
for the throat and lungs.'*'
Mr. A. C. ?D. jrth, St. Joseph, Mich.,
"I contracted a severe cold, which settled
on my lungs. I was threatened with pneu
"Peruna gave me relief within a couple
of days. Three bottles saved me a large
doctor bill and a great deal of suffering."
Thousands of Testimonials.
We have on file thousands of testi
monials like the above. We can give our
readers only a slight glimpse of- the vast
array of unsolicited endorsements Dr.
Hartman is constantly receiving.
Address Dry.Si ii. Hartman, President of
The Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus, O.
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ubles, appendicitis, biliousness, bad breath, bad
sis, foul mouth, headache, indigestion, pimples,
in and dizziness. When your bowels don't mova
more people than all other diseases together. 'It
luflfering. No matter what ails you, start taking
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unless you understand them and know
how to cater to their requirements, and
dollars learning by experience, so you must
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ty their own way even if you merely keep
die Fowls judiciously, you must lcnow?smc
WK are selling: a boole giving the, experience
r 25c.) twenty-five years. It was'written by
and money to making a success of Chick
business-and if you will profit by his twen
y Chicks annually, and .make your Fowls
lat you must be sure to detect trouble in tho
d know how to remedy it.; Tht?btiok will
cure dlseaee; to feed,tor eggs ami:aiso,-for
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