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CURE YOUR KIDNEYS.
When tho Back Ache? and Bladder
Trouhles Sot Tn, Get at the Cause.
Don't make the mistake of believing
backache and bladder ills to be local
ailments. Get at the cause and cure
the kidneys. Use
Pills which have
Captain S. D.
Hunter, of En
gine No. 14, Pitts
burg, Pa., Fire
residing at 2729
"It was three years ago that I used
Doan"s Kidney Pills for an attack of
kidney trouble that wa.? mostly back
ache, and they fixed me up fine. There
is no mistake about that, and if I
should ever be troubled again I would
get them first thing, as I know what
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
woutli America ls Awalce.
There are 27,800 miles of railway
now in full operation in South Amer
ica, and Argentina has 11,000 of these
miles. This is only one sign of what
has consistently been done by succes
sive ' governments in those much
troubled republics. _.t_
ness after first day's use o? Dr.'Klino's Great
NerveKe3torer,$2trialbottle and treatise freo
Dr.R.H.KLixE,Ltd.,931 Arch St., Taila., Ta.
In some ol the London schools the boy9
take lessons in cooking.
Asl: Tonr Dealer For Allen's Foot-F.ase.
A powder. It re?ts the fe3t. Cure? Coras,
Bunions. Swollen, Sore, Sot, Cal lous,Achia ?
Sweating Feet and Ingrowing Nails. Allen's
Foot-Ease makes new or tightshocs easy. At
all Druggists and Shoe stores, 25 cents. Ac?
ecpt no substitute. Sample malled FEES,
Address, Allen S. Olmsted, LeRoy, K. Y. '
The crown forests of Russia comprise
30,000,000 acres belonging to the Czar. _
The Pope-Hartford and Pope-Tribune
gasoline cars and runabouts meet the spe
cific demands of a large class of automobile
users. They are simple in construction,
free from complication and efficient. Prices
from $500 to $1600. For finely illustrated
catalogues and descriptive matter, ad
dress Dept. A, Pope Manufacturing Co.,
* Glass houses
mav soon be made stone
Fiso's Cur? is the best medicine we ever used
for all affections o? throat and lungs.-WM.
O. ENDSLEY, Vanburen, Ind., Feb. 10,1900.
A former army officer plays a hand organ
on the streets of Sheff eld, England.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup for children
teething.se ftea the gums, reduces infliimma
tioa.allayspaiu.cures wind colic,25e.a bottle.
Fruits grown in China are usually in
ferior in navor.
Itch cured in 30 minutes by Woolford's
Sanitary Lotion. Never Fails. Sold by all
druggists, ?1. Mail orders promptly filled
by Dr. E.T)etchon, Crawfordsville, Ind.
The Peruvian railways have all been con
Many men talk about being called to
the Lord's business when they mean
they want to be His bosses.
Describe the devil accurately and
you're sure to have a libel suit on your
Some men are willing to pass the bag
on Sunday so as to keep their hands in
for the week.
The church that winks at a little
wrong for the sake of a dollar will
wink at a big sin for $1.10.
It's easy to sit on your cracker-barrel
and tell the Czar what he ought to do
on his powdsr-barrel. '
There's no use talking about commu
nion with God on the heights if your
life is not on the level with them.
His purposes are better than our best
When a doctor gives a patient hope
he expects pay for it.
Many a man who is sure he is right
ls unable to go ahead.
There should be music in every home
-except thc one next door.
After making his will a man is apt
to die very much against it.
Suggestions How to 3
While no woman is entirely free from
periodical suffering, it does not seem to
be the plan of nature that women
should suffer so severely. Menstrua
tion is a severe strain on a woman's
vitality. If it is painful or irregular
something; is wrong which should be
set right or it will lead to a serious de
rangement of the whole female organ
More than fifty thousand women
hjave testified in grateful letters to Mrs.
Pinkbam that Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound overcomes pain
ful and irregular menstruation.
It provides a safe and sure way of es
cape from distressing and dangerous
weaknesses and diseases.
The two following letters tell so con
vincingly what Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound will do for
women, they cannot fail to bring hope
to thousands of sufferers.
Miss Nellie Holmes of 540 N. Davi
sion Street, Buffalo, N. Y., writes:
Dear Mrs. Finkhain:
" Tour medicin? is indeed an ideal medicine
for women. I suffered misery for years with
painful periods, headaches, and bearing-down
Eains. I consulted two different physicians
ut failed to get any relief. A friend from
the East advised me to try Lydia E. Pink
. ham's Vegetable Compound. I did so, and
nb longer suffer as 1 did before. My periods
aro. nam ral; every ache and pain is gone, and
my general health is much improved I
advise all wo:reu who suffer to take Lydia
E. Pinkham1 ? Vegetable Compound."
Mrs. Tillie Hart, of Lar ?more, N. D.,
Dear Mrs. Pinkham:
- "I might have have been spared many
months of suffering and pain had I only
known of the efficacy of Lydia E. Pinkhamra !
Ask Mrs. Pinkham's Advice-A Wraia
BABY'S AWFUL ECZEMA
-Face Uk? Raw Beef-Thought She Would
Lose Her Eur-Heulet? Without a
Blemish-Mother Tim ri lt s Cuticurn.
"My little girl had eczema very bad
when f he was ten months old. I thought
she w u ld lose her right ear. ]fc had
turned black, and her face was like a piece
of raw meat, and very sore, lt would
bleed when I washed her. and ? had to
keep cloths on it day and night. There
was not a clear spot on her face when 1 be
gan using Cuticura Soap and Ointment,
and now it is completely healed, without
scar or blemish, which is more than I had
hoped for. (Signed) Sirs. Rose lither, 291
Eckford St., Brooklyn, N. Y."
A very famous American dentist met
the English husband of an American
friend of. mine with the genial congra
tulation: "My dear slr, I wish you joy!
Yon have married a first-rate set of
Deafness Cannot !to Caral
by local applications as they cannot reach the
diseased portion of tlie oar. There is only ouo
wuy to cure deafness, and tunt is by consti
tutional remedies. Deafness is caused Dy aa
inflamed condition of the mucous lining o?
the Eustachian Tube. Whenthis tubo is in
flamed you have a rumblingsound or imper
fect hearing, and when it is entirely closed
Deafness is the result, and unless the inflam
mation can be taken out and this tube re
stored to its normal condition, hearing will
be destroyed forever. Kine cases out of toa
arc caused by catarrh, which is nothing but a i
inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces.
We will givo Ono Hundred Dollars for any
case of Deafness (caused by catarrh)that cau
n?t be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for
circulars froe. F. J. CHENEY & Co., Toledo, 0.
Sold by Druggists, 75c.
Take Hallls Family Pills for constipation.
The upper class in England is sink
ing; the middle is rising rapidly, and
those who belong to the former keep
shops iii assumed names, while those
who belong to the latter endeavor to
conceal that they themselves arc con
nected with trade. Thc conversation
of both, however, betrays that they
are shopkeepers.-London Truth.
Cannot Reduce a Eatc.
It is stated in Washington that un
der the Townsend rate bill if a rate is
fixed by the commission it cannot be
lowered by a railroad. Should an
emergency arise calling for a decreased,
rate the railroads or shippers would
have to appeal again to tho commis
sion, there being no latitude allowed,
whatever the circumstances. Hitherto
a maximum rate has been the rule, but
no such concession is made under the
Queer Result of Child's Prank.
Whilst playing at Eltham, Kent,
England, a child caused a remarkable
fire by throwing a lighted match into
the hollow trunk of a huge tree. A
quantity of dry leaves and rubbish im
mediately became ignited, and the
interior of the tree was soon well
alight. As the hames soared upwards
a number of bats and owls were seen
flying aimlessly in the vicinity of the
quarters from which they had been
so unexpectedly dislodged. When the
outbreak was got under control by the
firemen it was found that fully thirty
feet of the interior of the trunk had
been burnt out. The tree still stands
supported mainly by the bark, which
escaped the fire.
Coldness of Spring Water.
"It is a fact," remarked the head
of a certain fascinating soda water
department, "that spring water keeps
colder very much longer than ordi
nary river water, such as is served
through Philadelphia water pipes.
You can make the test, even in sum
mer, by going to Fairmount park,
drawing a jug of spring water, bring
ing it home and putting it in your
cellar. Not only will it not get warm
during the trip to your house, but
it will remain much colder than will
hydrant water drawn and kept be
side it for a number of hours. This
is said to be due to the lack of warm
animal matter in the spring water,
which is filtered through the earth.
At any rate, it's a great pity we
couldn't have just such water here in
Find. Relief from Such
Vegetable Compound sooner; fori have triad
io many remedies without help.
" I dreaded the approach of my menstrual
period every month, as it meant so much nain
and suffering for me, but after I had used the
Compound two months I became regular and
natural and am now perfectly well and free
from pain at my monthly periods. I am very
grateful for what Lydia E. Pinkham'? Vege
table Compound has done for me."
Such testimony should be accepted
by all women as convincing evidence
that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound stands /without &~pz?r.jns a
remedy for all t?h.e distressing ills of
The success of Lydia E. Pinkhams
Vegetable Compound rests upon the
well-earned gratitude of American
When women are troubled with irreg
ular, suppressed or painful menstrua
tion, leucorrhoea, displacement or ul
ceration of the womb, that bearing
down feeling, inflammation of the
ovaries, backache, bloating-, (or flatu
lency), general debility, indigestion and
nervous prostration, or are beset with
such symptoms as dizziness, faintness,
lassitude, excitabilit3% irritability, ner
vousness, sleeplessness, melancholy,
they should remember there is one tried
and true remedy, Lydia E. Pinkhams
Vegetable Compound at once removes
such troubles. Refuse to buy any other
medicine, for you need the best.
"'"Don't hesitate to write to Mrs.
Piukham if there is anything
about your sickness you do not
understand. She will treat you
with kindness and her advice is
? ree. ?o woman ever regretted
writing her and she has helped
thousands. Address Lynn, Mass.
D Best Understands a Woman's Iiis.
A HEW CARD TRICK! TE T
Tips of Fing.-rs instantly disappear;
Cards immediately p; oc'i!c-:d .' gain
from any piece performer ttrsircs. F-'idJ
instructions by mail for $1. Addr.ss
J. H, YAN ?E?UUVEN,TA VARESELA.
White House Cake.
Beat very thoroughly together a cup
and a half of sugar, half a cup of but
ter and the whites of five eggs; then
add two-thirds of a cup of milk, a lit
tle more than two cups of fine flour
and a teaspoonful of almond extract.
Whip until light and frothy and bake
in a moderate oven.
Take cold cooked beef or veal, chop
and season as for hash; have ready
hot mashed potatoes, seasoned as if
for the table, and put into a shallow
baking dish, first a layer of meat, then
a layer of potatoes, and so on until
the dish is heaping full; smooth over
the top of the potatoes and make little
holes in which place pieces of butter
bake until a nice brown.
Farmer's Fruit Cake.
One pound sour dried or evaporated
apples, soaked over night in warm
water. Drain off water and simmer
two hours in two cups molasses. Ona
cup melted butter, half cup thick sour
cream, two teaspoons soda, one cup
brown sugar, four eggs, four and a
half cups sifted flour, browned in th3
oven, cassia, ginger, cloves, nutmeg,
lemon rind grated, each one teaspoon
ful. Bake in moderate oven.
Green Mountain Buns.
Mix a stiff batter out of three cups
of milk, one of sugar and the neces
sary amount of flour. Add a yeast
cake. Let rise for half a day, then
add one cupful of molasses, one cupful
of currants, a teaspoonful of cinna
mon, one of soda, one-half of cloves,
and a full cup of melted butter; use
sufficient flour to make a stiff batter
again, allow it to rise over night and
spread with raw egg when baked.
Boil a cabbage, then drain and chop
fine. Make a white sauce by stir g
into three tablespoonfuls of butter two
of flour and adding a cupful of milk.
Season with pepper and salt. Butter a
baking dish, put in a layer of cabbage,
turn some of the sauce over it, a few
drops of lemon juice, and some grater!
cheese. Fill the dish in this manner,
cover with a layer of cracker crumbs
and drop on bits of butter and a sprin
kle of cayenne. Bake and brown.
Baking Powder Biscuit.
Sift some pastry flour and measure
two cups. With these two cups sift
four level teaspoons of baking powder
and one-half level teaspoon of salt.
Rub in two level tablespoons of but
ter, and then mix with milk, using
about three-quarters of a cup. Add the
milk slowly and mix rapidly with a
knife. Roll out half an inch thick and
cut with a small round cutter into
small biscuits. Place on a buttered
pan and bake in a hot oven. If hot
biscuit are to be split, heat thc knife
before using and a heavy streak will
not follow the cutting.
How to Care for the Hair.
Mothers should teach their girls to
care for their hair as early as possi
ble. If a girl is coaxed into the habit
of giving her locks a hundred strokes
with a clean brush every morning and
every evening and braiding them
loosely for bed, the foundation for a
future beautiful head of hair will be
laid. Too many children are allowed
to go to bed with their hair in a tou
sled condition, only to have it jerked
and tangled hastily when school time
comes around. Such a practice is dis
astrous to the nerves of a sensitive
cliild and ruinous to the hair. Never
allow one child to use the other's hair
brush.-New York Globe.
There is scarcely a family who does
not relish an occasional pick-up din
Very sour anples used for a sauce or
in pies take on a spicy flavor if a few
chopped dates are added.
Sour cream or milk may be used if
there is no sweet cream at hand, by
stirring in a little soda.
Burn pine tar occasionally in a sick
room. It is an excellent disinfectant,
and it also induces sleep.
You can save time by using a four
blade chopping knife when chopping
hash, slav?, or mince meat.
You might have fresh parsley at any
time if you only grow a boxful of it in
a sunny window in the kitchen.
You should never use paper, of any
kind in the cooking. Thin cheese
cloth or old muslin can always take
Some housekeepers always make a
point of buying their scap in large
quantities, as they say it improves
A good furniture polish consists of
two parts of raw linseed oil and one of
turpentine. Mix thoroughly by shak
ing. Apply a thin coat with a flannel
cloth and then rub thoroughly and
briskly with a dry cloth.
Keep a wire dishcloth to set in the
bottom of a kettle while cooking any
thing that may stick and burn. It
will adapt itself to the shape of a ket
tle better than a trivet or a pail lid.
Of course, it must be kopt scrupulously
clean and dry.
Nearly all directions for making fon
dant caution the c?ok against boiling
it on a damp day. Quite as much of
an obstacle against making it dry and
creamy is to have a vessel on the
stove throwing off a cloud of steam
near the syrup.
When blankets are to be washed for
the first Time they should first be
soaked overnight in cold water, and
then rinsed. This is to remove the
sulphur used in the bleaching. After
this they should be soused until clean
in a lukewarm lather made with
boiled soap and water, and then rinsed
well in clear water.
One of the most delicious accompan
iments to a green salad are cheese
sandwiches toasted or sauteed. Grate
the cheese, season lightly with salt,
pepper and mustard, add enough
creamed butter to transform into a
pa?te. Spread thin between folds of
white bread, then toast on both sides
or saute delicately brown in butter.
Serve piping hot.
It is literally true that a new broom
sweeps clean. If a new broom is ex
amined the ends of the straws will be
found to be straight and the brush
square. After it has been used a
while the ends split and become sharp,
and the shap? of the brush becomes ir
regular. To renew the youth of the
broom dip in hot soapsuds and trim
?he softened straws to the proper
GREAT PLAYER DEAD
Joseph Jefferson. Prince of American
Actors, Passes Away
THE END CAME SUNDAY EVENING
Distinguished Actor's Condition Grew
Steadily Worse Saturday Night,
When lt Became Apparent That the
Heroic Struggle of Days Had Ex
hausted His Vitality-Illness Origi
nally Contracted by Discretion in
Eating While on Fishing Trip With
West Palm Beach, Fla., Special.
Joseph Jefferson died at his home, "The
Reers," at Palm Beach, at 6:15 o'clock
Sunday evening. The end came after a
day of unconsciousness and after a he
roic struggle of days, which had ex
hausted his vitality. At his death b?d
were his wife, his sons, Charles B. and
Frank Jefferson; his nurse, Miss Mabel
Bingham; Dr. R. B. Potter, and his
faithful old servant, Carl Kottler.
The end was not a surprise to his
family. Ever since his last sinking
spell, which came after a rally on
Thursday morning, and which was fol
lowed by an improvement until Friday,
the family has been waiting for the
end. Mr. Jefferson's condition Satur
day night grew steadily worse, and
the family, who had retired, were sum
moned from their beds and Dr. Potter
was called. The patient's condition con
tinued to grow weak all through to
day, and the brief bulletins from the
beside contained no words of encour
The sickness of Mr. Jefferson, which
ended in his death-, was contracted, it
te believed, while on a recent visit to
his son, Charles B. Jefferson, at Hobe
Sound, a few miles above Palm Beach,
where he went to meet his friend,
former President Cleveland. It is be
lieved that from a slight indiscretion
in his eating there, he suffered an at
tack of indigestion. Since his return to
his home, this condition grew steadily
worse, with slight rallies, until the
The body of Mr. Jefferson will be
taken to Buzzard's Bay on a special
train, accompanied by all the members
of his family who are here. It will
reach New York Wednesday morning,
and the family hope to reach Buzzard's
Bay the evening of that day.
It was on April 1st that Mr. Jefferson
went to Hobe Sound to meet Mr. Cleve
land and other friends at the home of
his son, Charles B. Jefferson. The party
spent about a week there, and during
that time there were frequent fishing
When Jefferson became ill he return
ed at once to The Reefs and was taken
to his room on the second floor of the
cottage, which is only 100 feet from the
ocean, and where he could watch the
sea. The weather was favorable
throughout his illness. Dr. Potter, the
family physician at the Florida home,
lived three miles from The Reefs, and
went only occasionally to the bedside
of his patient, feeling that Mr. Jeffer
son might survive.
On Thursday he was well enough to
take nourishment and to retain it. At
one time he called for chicken broth
and then thought he was well enough
to eat the meat. But this was denied
him. Dr. Potter was so confident Thurs
day at 4 o'clock that he told a reporter
at the time that he believed Mr. Jeff
erson would recover.
New York, Special.-Mr. Jefferson
was president of the Players' Club, In
this city, ?.nd the news of his death
was received with many expressions
of regret. The Players* Club has had
no member more interested in i cs wel
fare than Mr. Jefferson, and none that
worked more untiringly, with Edwin
Booth, Lawrence Barrett, Augustin
Daly, A. H. Palmer, Brander Matthews,
John Drew,^3,. L. Clemens and several
ethers, Mr. Jefferson signed articles of
incorporation for the club in 1S88, and
he was elected to the board of direc
tors. In 1893, his portrait by Sargent
was hung on the wall of the club, a
gift from Booth and Barrett. After
the death of Mr. Booth, in 1893, Mr.
Jefferson was elected president of the
club, and has been re-elected to that
office at every annual meeting since.
He .presided at the memorial meet,
ing, November 13, 189S, at the Madi
son Square Concert Hall, in this city,
in commemoration of Edwin Booth's
present 60th birthday, upon which oc
casion he delivered an address, intro
ducing as the speakers of that occas
sion Parke Godwin, Tommasco Saivini
Henry Irving and the poet, George E.
Woodbury. On the founders' night,
December 31, 1893, he delivered an elo
quent address as president, recalling
the-memory of Mr. Booth in simple
and touching words.
Mr. Jefferson was at every Founders'
Night annually until 1890, when he
was absent on account of illness; HOI
was he permitted to be present on the
recurrence of that occasion., wbich ab
sences were sometimes caused by ill
health, but principally on account ol
activity in his calling.
In compensation for his absence foi
the Founders' Night, and in honor o?
women friends of "the players," he
was present and contributed to the
pleasure of Ladies' Day whenever pos
sible. The necessity of spending the
winter in a Southern climate had pre
vented him from being present in the
club house, except for occasional briei
visits, in late years.
Joseph Jefferson was born in Phila
delphia, February 20, 1829, and was
.looked upon as the dean of the dra
matic profession in this country.
Want Union With Greece.
Canea. Is?nd of Crete, By Cable.
The Cretan Chamber of Deputies wa?
opened by Prince George, of Greece
the high commissioner of the powers
who, in his speech, blamed the revo
lutionists and declared his readiness t<
grant every reasonable reform proper,
ly proposed. On the withdrawal of th;
prince, the Chamber of Deputies unan
imously declared in favor of the unior
of Crete and Greece, and the deputies
proceeded to the palace, to so inforn
Tom VU.tson's Daughter Weds.
Augusta, Ga., Special.-A special tc
The Chronicle from Thomson, Ga.
says: "Miss Agnes Watson, the onlj
daughter of Hon. Thomas E. Watson
was married at the home of her par
ents in Thomason, Ga., to Mr. Oscai
S. Lee, a merchant. Owing to the ef
fects of a recent illness, due to the ac
cidental tabing of an overdone of medi
cine, the young lady is still under tin
care of a nurse, and the marriage cere
mony was made as simple and brief a?
possible. The honeymoon will be spen
at Sea Breeze, Fla."
Wholesale Grocers' Meeting.
Norfolk," Va., Special.-Norfolk will
secure the annual meeting of the
Southern Wholesale Grocers' Associa
tion, to be held June 5, 6, and 7. Pres
ident J. A. Avanhoes, of Birmingham,
Ala., has intimated to the Wholesalers'
and Tobacconists' Associations, of
Tidewater Virginia, that the Southern
body which has bc-3n meeting hereto
fore at the South Atlantic ports, will
be pleased to come to Norfolk this
year and the local organization will at j
once seek the co-operation of other:
business bodies, with a view of secur
Because the liver ?3
neglected pcopto suffer
?with constipation, biliousness,
headaches and fe .rs. Colds attack1
the lunes and contagious Oseases
take held of the svstem. lt 13 safe
to say that if the liver were always
kept in proper working order,
illness would be almost unknown.
'Thcdford's Black-Draught is so
successful in curing such sickness
because in is without a rival as a
liver regulator. This great family
medicine is not a strong and
drastic drug, - but a mild and
healthful laxative that cures con
stipation and may be taken by a
mere child without possible
The healthful action on the liver
cures biliousness, lt has an in
vigorating effect on tte kidneys.
Because the liver and kidneys do
not work regularly, thc poisonous
acids along with the waste from
the bowels get back into thc blood
and virulent contagion results.
Timely treatment with Thcd
ford's Black-Draught removes thc
dangers which lurk in constipation,
liver and kidney troubles, and will
positively forestall the inroads cf
Bright's disease, for which dis
ease in advanced stages there is
no cure. Ask your dealer for a
25c. package of Thodford's Black
STATE SANITATION URGED
Convention at Atlanta Makes Recom
mendations Looking to the Isolation
and Care of Patients-El Paso,
Tex., Gets Next Meeting.
. Atlanta, Ga., Special.-El Paso,
Texas, was chosen as the next meeting
place for the American Anti-Tubercu
losis League, all other aspirants for the
honor withdrawing in favor of that
city. The election of officers resulted
President, Dr. R. E. Conniff, of Sioux
City, La.; secretary, Dr. Walter N.
Villas, El Paso. The vice presidents
from the various States, so far as
chosen, are: Drs. T. V. Hubbard and
A. H. Vandyke, of Atlanta; C. P.
Ambler, of Asheville, N. C.; C. A.
Snodgrass, of St. Louis; E. L. McGhee,
of New Orleans; Mark Millikan, of
Hamilton, Oo; U. V. Williams, of
Kentucky; J. Y. Porter, of Florida;
Preston H. Hickey, of Detroit; T. M.
Gray, of East Orange, N. J., and W. J.
McMurray, of Nashville, Tenn.
The resolutions adopted urged the
duty upon the various States of estab
lishing sanitaria for the isolation and
care of tuberculosis patients.
The regular programme of the day
was followed, the absence of several
speakers necessitating the reading of
their papers by title and ordering them
spread on the records of the meeting.
Among the exceptions to the rule were
the papers of Dr. Henry 0. Marcy, of
Boston, and of Dr. J. R. Rivers, of
Paris, which were -read at length.
The Patterson Jury.
New York, Special-The jury which
is to decide tke fate of Nan Patterson
was completed at 7:40 o'clock Wednes
day night when Recorder Goff adjourn
ed court until next Monday morning.
Miss Patterson is to again face a
jury composed almost entirely of mar
ried men, only two of the accepted
panel of twelve being single-one a
bachelor, the other a widower.
Most of the jurymen are men of mid
dle age and beyond. Many of them
have large families, some grown daugh
ters who are married.
It was announced tonight that the
defendant will take the stand again
during the present trial and tell her
story of how Young met his death in
the hansom cab last June as he was
driving to the steamship pier to join
his wife on a trip to Europe. It is also
alleged Miss Patterson is anxious that
her sister Mrs. J. Morgan. Smith,
should become a witness for the de
fence, although it has not been deter
mined yet either hy the prosecution or
the girl's lawyer just what part 'the
Morgan Smiths shall play.
When tte last juror had taken his
place in one of the empty chairs re
maining in the box, Recorder Goff
turned to the twelve men and delivered
the customary warning not to discuss
the case or to allow it to be discussed
in their hearing. He then adjourned
Carnegie's Niece Married.
New York, Special. -It became
known Wednesday that Andrew Car
negie's niece, Nancy, was secretly
married about a year ago to a riding
master named Heaver, whom she met
at Newport. The story was confirmed
by Mr. Carnegie.
"My niece was married to Mr. Hea
ver in New York about a year ago,"
he said. "Mr. Heaver was a riding
teacher in the family. The family
has no objection to the match. Mr.
Heaver is an honest, upright young
man. I had rather Nancy had married
a poor, honest man than a worthless
duke. We want no rich men in the
Mr. Carnegie said that Mr. and Mrs.
Heaver went to Europe immediately
after their marriage. They returned
a few days ago and are now on a visit
to New England.
Mr. Heaver was formerly coachman
for his wife's mother, Mrs. Thomas M.
Carnegie, in Pittsburg, and at her win
ter home in Fernandina, Fla. He was
a widower with two small children.
New York Will Participate.
Albany, N. Y., Special.-A bill was
Introduced in the senate to comply
rwith the request of General Fitzhugh
Lee, president of the Jamestown Expo
sition Company. It. provides for the
appointmeni; by the governor of a com
mission of seven to represent the State
at the exposition. This commission is
directed to provide for a State building
and exhibit, costing not over $150,1)00,
and to report the estimated expenso
to the L?gislature of January, 190G.
Burned Themselves to Death.
New Orleans, Special.-In an attempt
to escape from jail three prisoners set
fire to the parish jail at Pontchateula,
La. Two of the men were cremated
and a third badly burned. The dead
are: Henry Taylor, Vine Mount, Ala.;
James Reilley, Philadelphia. Fatally
burned: Lucein George de Las, La
fayette, La. The men were arrested
last night f?r disorderly conduct.
Courting Bad Luck.
There is an old superstition that lt
ls bad luck to burn a piece of bread.
The origin of this is obvious, though
probably few indeed of those who re7*
liglously adhere to tiiQ superstition
have paused to think that it dates
from those times when famines were
part of the regular order of life.
Famine no longer troubles the
imagination of men; but the broad
truth under the foolish superstition
r.emnins. Burning bread isn't any
moro likely to bring bad luck than
wasting it in another way. But wast
iug anything in any way is extreme
provocation to what we call "bad
luck." If the grown people who habi
tually waste do not suffer for it their
children surely will-for they will
follow the example set them, and
rare indeed is It that a family can
survive the faults of two successive
Waste is not generosity; thrift ls
not stinginess. There are millions
of Americans, especially among the
poor and the not-too-well-off, who
seem to think so. A thorough inves
tigation would place at the head of
the list of causes of poverty: "Waste
fulness inherited from wasteful par
ents,."-Saturday Evening Post. ...
Joy Dethroned Reason.
Hugging to her breast a big store
doll that breathes artificially. "Queen
Esther" cf the East Side crooned and
sang as she sat in the psychopathic
ward of Bellevue hospital.
The doctors say that the girl is
hopelessly insane-her reason de
throned by the sudden joy of her life
as "saleslady" at the doll counter of a
great New York department store.
Esther Bloomstein is her full name.
Her life was that of suffering and sor
row in the gloom that hangs like a pal!
over the tenement hous.' ^'Strict. She
never had a "dolly" of her own; she
never had any childhood.
She secured a holiday position in
a store. The sudden joy at the transi
tion overcame her.-New York Ex
Jets and Flashes.
It takes more than glucose honey to
hold people to the church.
Adjust your conscience to Christ and
your course will be right.
They give Him noihing who have not
given Him themselves.
When the Word is hidden in the
heart lt is seen in the life.
The saint needs no other advertising
than Satan's assaults.
The fruit of fortune never falls on a
The Eflectof Wann Days and Cool Nights.
A hading physician writes that he has no
ticed wr.rm days and cool nights always af
fect thi bowels, and suggests some pre
ventative remedy. Dr. Biggers' Huckle
berry Cordial is tho only o:.<* that can be
absolutely relied upon. It never tails to
Sold by all Druggists, 25 and 50c bottle.
No one can look more solemn than
A Frame TTonso 100 Years OUI.
A frame house cnn bc kept in good order
for a li indred years, if painted with thc
Longman & Martinez L. & M. Paint. Jt
won't need to he painted more than once
in ten ID hf teen years because thc L. & M.
Zinc hardens the L. & M. White Lead, and
gives it enormous life.
Four gallons Longman & Martinez L. &
M. Paint mixed with three gallons linseed
oil will paint a house.
W. B. Barr, Charleston, W. Ya., writes:
"Painted Frankenburg Block with L. &
M.; stands out as though varnished."
Wear.' and covers like gold.
Sold e ervwhere and by Longman &
Martinez, New York. Paint Makers for
Fifty Y ;ars._
Compulsory educaci?n will become gen
eral in Cape Colony soon.
PAY TUITION AFTER
POSITION IS SECURED
First 10 who clip' this notice and send to
PRACTICAL BUSINESS COLLEGE
Raleigh. Columbia, Knoxville, Atlante. Waco
F:. Worth or Nashville, Tenn. .
may. without giving notes, pay EVERY
CENT <t tuition out of salary after
good position is secured. If not secured
no pay required.
COURSE BY MAIL FREE
If not ready to enter you may take
lessons by mail FREE until ready,
which would save time. living expenses,
etc., or complete at home and get di
ploma, D. P. B. C. Co., has ?300,l?0.r.O
capital, 17 bankers on Board of Direc
tors, an.] TWENTY Colleges in THIR
TEEN ?itate? to back every claim lt
makes. Established SIXTEEN years.
Clip and send this notice to-day.
Uniform excellent quality
CGIltury has steadily increase*
The leader of all
is now used in millions of homes,
popular success speaks for itself,
positive prooi that LEON COFFEE h
Confidence of the peo;
The uniform quality of LIO'
COFFEE survives all opposii
LION COFFEE keeps tts cid frlenc
makes new ones every day.
than Its Strength, Flavor and
Ity to commend it. Qr. arrival
the ]?lantatlont it ?s ??ure?uHy i
ed af our factories and sec
packed in 1 lb. sealed pad;
and not opened again until nt
for use in the home. This prec
the possibility of adulteratloi
dust, insects or unclean h ai
OOP' COFFEE is therefore gui
Sold only in 1 lb. packages.
Save these Lion-head
SOLD BY GROCE1
GUARANTEED" CURE for alt bowel troub
blood, wi ad on the stomach, bloated bowels,
pains af?nr eating, liver trouble, sallow skin t
regularly you are sick. Constipation kills mi
starts chronic" ailments and ?one years of sufi
CASCAREIS today, for you will never get v
right Take our advice, start with Cascare
money refunded. The genuine tablet stamj
booklet free. Address Sterling Remedy Com
Senor Quesada, Cuban mn
Senor Quesada, Cuban Minister to the
article in The Outlook l'or July, 1899. by Ct
at thc Kstcban Theatre, Matanzas, 'Juba, h<
the spell of eloquent speech and in the gri
have rarely witnessed such a scene as at
dead patriot, Marti." In a letter to The P<
Washington, D. C., Senor Quesada says:
is an e?
tonic, and it is also an <
almost universal com)
Gonzalo De Quesada.
Congressman J. HI Bankhead, of Ala
bama, one of the most influential mem
bers of the House of Representatives, in
a letter written from Washington, Y) C.,
gives his endorsement to the great ca
tarrh remedy, Pcruna, in the following
"Tour P?rima in one of /' best ]
medicines 1 ever tried, and ??c n?
i I y should be without your remark
ahle remedy. As - tonic and catarrh
rure I know oj nothing better.>>
J. IT. Bankhead.
To better advertise the South's Leading
Dnsir.es? College, four scholarships ale of
fered young persons of this county at Jess than
cost. WRITE TODAY.
SA-Ali BUSINESS COLLEGE, Mac?Dj Sa.'
Tflfi HIGHEST AWARD AT
THE ST. LOUIS WORLD S FAIR
WAS GIVEN TO
?^?tes?2 OILED CLOTHING
:/ST^\?^ SL?CSEES. HATS I
^*?KSW POMrlEiL SLICKER'S
A- J. TOWER CO..ESTABLISHED 1?36
.BOSTOH- -r.'?V/YORK. -CKICACO
TOWER CANADIAN CO.. Liaited. TORONTO, CAN
A Tobacco Grower's Profit
is dependent upon a properly bal
i iennizcr must
be righi, and to
be right it must
contain at least
Test It: Snpi?ly one patch with fertilizer
with plenty ot J'otayh, annther.with linly or
no potuslt, niul nolo iltorenult-t. Every tobacco
?rowors-.hoiilil Imve our little boole, "Tobacco
Culture"-it viii bo sent free-write U :
GERMAN KAU WORKS, 93 Nassau St., K Y., or
Atienta. Qa.-'?]-. South Uroud Sc.
for over a quarter of a
1 the sales of LION COFFEE,
1 package coilees.
n: or contact with germs, dirt,
ids. The absolute purity of
iranteed to the consumer.
Lion-bead on every package.
Ls for valuable premiums.
OOLSON SPICE CO., Toledo, Ohi
les, appendicitis, biliousness, bad breath, bad
foul mouth, headache, indigestion, pimples,
ind dizziness. When your bowels tldn't move
pre people than all other diseases together. It
ering. 'No matter what ails you, start taking
veil and stay well until yen get your bov.-els
ts today under absolute guarantee to c:*re or
>ed CCC. Never sold in bulk. Sampe and
pany, Chicago or New York. 50a
isfer io ?he United States.
United States, is an orator born. Ifi
sorge Kennan, who heard Quesada spc. K
: said: "I have seen many audiences under
p of strong emotional excitement; but 1
thc close of Qttesada's eulogy upon thc
?runa Medicine Company, written from
imencl as a verry good
iffioaoious eure for the
vtaint of catarrh."
There is but a pingle medicine which is
a radical specific for catarrh, lt is Pcruna,
which has stood a half century test and
cured thousands of cases.
If you do not derive prompt and satis
factory results from thc usc of Pcruna,
write at once to Dr. Hartman, giving a
full statement of your case and he will be
pleased to give you his valuable advice
Address Dr. Hartman. President of The
Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus, 0. All
I correspondence he'd strictly confidential.
-A SPECIFIC FOR
The Three "Ills" That Make Life
Nature's Great Remedy
In Use for Almost a Century.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
GRAB ORCHARD WATER CO,,
Removes all swelling i:i S to :a
days ; edects a permanent cure
in joto todays. Trial treatment
given free. Notningcan be faire?
Write Dr. H. H. Creon's Sons.
Soecialists. Box 13 Atlanta. Ca
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W. L DOUGLAS MAKES Aim SELLS
MOKE MEN'S $3.30 SHOES THAN ANY
OTHER MANUFACTURER IN THE WORLD.
S ! 0,000 REWARD to an?one who
caa (Marrow tMs atatemeat.
W. L. Douglas S3.50 shoes are thc
greatest Boilers in the world be
cause- of their excellent style, easy ftt
tinc and superior wearing qualities.
They are just as good as these that cost
from $5.00 to &7.00. The only dif
ference is tho price. TV. L. Douglas
sx."?o shoes cost more to make, Iiold
their shape better, wear longer, and
are of irreater value than any other
S3.?30 shoe on tho market to-dny. IV. L.
Douglas guarantees their value by
stamping his name and price on the
bottom of each shoe. Look for lt. Take
no substitute. Wi L. Douglas $3.50
shoes ?ire sold through his own retail
stores in the principal cities, and by
shoe dealers everywhere. >'o matter
where you live. Av. L. Douglas shoes
aro within your reach.
"The Rast I Ever Wore.'7
"/ write to tay that I have irorri your tS.50
shoes for the past fiv years, and Jina them the
best I er fr wore." - Her. Frank T. ?iplry, COS
East Jefferson St., Louisville, Ky.
Boys wear W. L. Douglas $2.50 and $2.00
shoes because they fit better, hold their
shape and wear longer than other makes.
W. /,. Don?las uses Corona Coltstin in his
f3.H0 shoes. Corona Colt is eoneeiletl to
oe the finest patent leather produced.
Fust Color Eyelets will not wear brassy.
Wi L. Douglas has the largest shoe mall order
business In the world; No trouble to get a tit
by mail. *J.'> cents extra prepays delivery.
If you desire further Information, tente for
Illustrated Catalogue of ??pring Styles.
ff. L. DOUGLAS, Brockton, Mess.
You want only the best
Ask any experienced
"We would like to snow
you what thousands of
life long-customers say.
Write for catalog1 mid
Contfnental Gio Co
Charlotte, N. C., Atlanta, t?a.1"'"'
Memphis, Tenn., Dallas, Ter..