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Svfrered Two Ycirs-Rvlieoe? in Three
MR. C. B. FIZER, Mt. Sterling, RV.,
"J hare suffered with "kidney and
bladder trouble forten years past.
' '"Lust March I commenced using Peruna
and continued for three months. I have
?i? not used it since, nor have 1 felt a pain.
'.. "I believe that I am well and I there
. , fore give, my highest commendation to
: the curative powers of Peruna." .
Pe-rn-na For Kidney Trouble.
Mrs. Geo. H. ??roser, Grant, Ontario,
"I bad not rteen well for about four
. T: r, years. 1 had kidney trouble, and, in
. fact, lett badly nearly all the time.
v'x-'.-j; -:*'This summer 1 got so veiy bad I
thought I would try Peruna, so 1 wrote
to you and began at once lo take Peruna
; . "1 took, only two bottles of Peruna and
y j one of Manalin, and now I feel better than
1 have for some Lime.
"I feel .that Peruna and Maniilin cured
me and made a different woman of me al
together. I bless the day I picked up the
little, book and read of your Peruna.
.lt 1s the business of the kidneys to
rem ove.from the blood all poisonous
materials. They must be active all the
time, else the system suffers. There are
? times when they'need a little assistance.
Peruna in exactly this sort of a remedy.
lt has ?aved many people ?rom disaster by
rendering the kidneys service at a time
. when they were ant able to bear their own
'FRISCO DOG MADE GOOD.
Swam Bay After Ferryboat That Car
ried Beloved Little Mistress.
After being fed and warmly clothed
"herc, five refugees from San Fran
cisco were placed on a train and sent
on to their former home in a little
y f 1 town on Long Island, writes the Chi
cago correspondent of the New York
Along -with the poor little party,
which consisted of Mrs. Amelia Berg
and children and a son-in-law, was a
nondescript dog, looking the reverse
- of his name, which was Sport. But
it was noticed that the police of Har
rison street did not neglect the dog
in handing out good things to eat,
and a big bluecoat tenderly carried
[ , Sport In his ai ms to the train.
The story of Sport is a trifling one,
but interesting, maybe. When the
Berg home, at No. 27 'Miana street,
went by quake and fire with all goods
, lt contained, the famijy fled to'the
ferr}-, followed .by the dog. But poor
Sport was promptly kicked off the
?oat and bowled dismally from the
pier as the craft pulled out, leaving ,
'him to his fate.
Knowing the dog would die any
-way, Anna Be'rf gave a shrill whistle,
and hearing the dear, familiar sound, .
brave Sport sprang into the water.
It's two and one-half miles to Oak
land,-hut arrived there Anna obsti
nately... sat on the pierhead and
watched not the great conflagration
.but the tossing waters of the bay
lor, she knew Sport would make good
if he could.
First a tiny spot in the waves,
then a round head and then a pair_of_
'. shiny gyeg_fise4-eJH?&rn^^
hook did the rest.
Sport had made good.
Thc trials of Chesapeake bay and
Potomac river to their crews, began
Lieutenant Colonel Duff, of the Sal
vation Anny, is a sister of the Duke
of Fife and sister-in-law of the prin
cess royal. Her position at thc Sal
ution'Army headquarters in London
is that of editor of thc Young Soldier
and the Young People. She wrote
some of the Salvation Army's most
A modest and unassuming young
woman in Oklahoma for three years
has had the distinction of being the
youngest woman ranch owner in the
United States. Miss Georgia A.
Burns is owner, and manager of 11.
000 acres, comprising the Arrow
Heart cattle ranch, and recently leas
ed for a term-of ninety-nine years
.100,000 acres of oil and mineral land
in the Choctaw, and Chicasaw na
tions. Miss Burns not only mauages
her ranch with ability, but spends
-much" bf her time in the saddle, and
eau shoot and rope cattle with as'j
great dexterity and skill as any of
the thirty cow-boys regularly in her
Reflections of a Bachelor.
Being in love seems to be either all
> joy or all pain, according to no rule
It costs $20,000 to educate some
boys, and they never carn thc interest
/m if. -
A woman is pretty sure that if she
understood mathematics better the
house bills would add up less. v
Anyway, a man with money can't
have the fun a man without airy plans,
v what he would do if he had it.
Some men arc so mean they would
almost be willing not to have any
thing so as not to have to pay taxes.
Chief of Police Derkatehoff,
against whose life several attempts
-.had'been made, was shot and killed
by "several unknown persons, while
he was or.t driving. His coachman
was severely wounded. At the same
time the secret police were attacked
~irr another portion of the town.
Items of Interest.
. Governor Heyward, of South Car
olina, has ordered the prosecution of
. three former members of the State
Dispensary ?Board for alleged mal
feasance in office as a result of ttie
Dr. Robert L. Randolph sketched
for thc American Medical Associa
tion what Baltimore has done lo les
sen victims of Fourth of July cele
brations, giving much credit to The
?un for the results achieved/ -
Some men would have nothing to
do with the church if they could not
get a dollar chicken dinner for two
The judgment will be a great sur
prise to those who blind themselves
to their own faults by keeping busy
with those of others.
The man .whom God can only use
to kindle fires canuot understand why
those who are strong enough for
joists are not whittled up as he is.
EACH VILLAGE IS A VENICE.
Strange Relic of Ancient Customs Pre
vailing in a German Forest.
One of the most interesting regions
in thc "old fatherland" is the so-called
"Spreewald," the Forest pf the Spree,
situated not far from the German
capital, in the province of Branden
burg. Each village-is a little Venice,
overy house a little island, and these
islets are connected by bridges suf
ficiently raised to allow boats to pass
Most of the bouses, witb their barns
and stables, rest on piles, and tbere
is generally a strip of artificial terra
firma either in front or at the rear
of every building. By means of these
land strips and of the bridges the
slender land communication is kept
throughout the district, but most ot
the business and amusement is car
ried on through the canals, which not
only form the main highways but
penetrate and cross and recross the
It is on these lagoons that all traf
fic is conducted in boats during the
period from spring, when the last ves
tiges of frost and ice are disappearing,
until the end of autumn. You see
the letter carrier shoot up and down
the canals,, performing bis duties in
his frail craft; the police glide leis
urely along the banks, watching every
thing going on; peasants bring the
products of their toil to the nearest
towns; children go to and from
school; young mothers, dressed in
their Sunday clothes, are. rowed to
church, carrying in their arms a
small, .ueer-looking bundle from
which two large eyes in a tiny face
stare at the stranger in wonderment
baby is going to be baptized, an im
portant moment with this strongly reli
gious people-Technical World.
New Yorker Owns Famous Banner.
Mr. Eben Appleton of New York
city has in his possession the famous
"Star Spangled Banner" that in
spired Key to the writing of the much
admired national song. An effort will
shortly be mads to purchase the
house in Baltimore in which this flag
was made and use it as a museum or
FITS.St. Vitus* DanoerNerrons Diseases per
manently cured by Dr. Kline's Great Nerve
Itejitorer. $2 trial bottle and treatise frey.
Dn. H. E. ELISE, Ld., 931 Arch St..Phlla., Pa.
Great quantities of textile machinery are
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup for Cbildron
tion, allays pain.cures wind colic .25c a bottle
The Russian Czar is fully a head shorter
than the Czarina.
Ur. Bigger* Huckleberry Cordial Cure*
All Stomajh Troubles, Teething Children.
Diarrhoea, Dysentery, etc. At Druggists
25c and 5Uc per bottle.
DITSON MADE AN IMPRESSION.
Irishman Admitted Explanation as He
Years ago members of my family
laughed over this incident as related,
by an eye-witness, says a writer in
the Boston Herald:
On approaching his store one morn
ing, Oliver Ditson. the music pub
lisher, saw a crowd gathering just
A'.tside his door, where aL_yery m?gh_
Jnjoxieal?d-irishman:-was trying in
, vain to step up from the street. Mr.
Ditson, seeing the inability of the
man to gain the sidewalk, took him 1
by thc arm and assisted him up. The ?
intoxicated man was effusive in his ,
. thanks, and insisted upon knowing
to whom he was Indebted for so much 1
In vain Mr. Ditson tried to disen- (
gage his arm, and at last he said: ,
"Well, I am Mr. Ditson." "
"Is that so?" said the other. "I ?
never heard of him. Whose son did i
you say you were?" (
A shout from the bystanders evi
dently nettled Mr. Ditson, and he said, ;
very decidedly and impressively: "1 i
am Oliver Ditson." ]
The manner was not lost upon the (
Irishman, who cast an admiring eye ,
upon Mr. Ditson's immaculate apparel, (
and said, in the most humble and con
ciliatory tone: "So you are, so you
are, while I am nothing but all
lt is strange that those who talk
most of faith in Providence often
have least in people. So. 24-'Ob*.
To Brin-: the Babies Around. )
W ? - f i
When a little human machine (or a i
Targe one) goes wrong, nothing is so
important as the selection of food to ;
bring it around again. j
"My little baby boy fifteen months ?
old had pneumonia, then came brain ?
fever, and no sooner had lie got over
these than he began to cut teeth and.
being so weak, he was frequently
thrown into convulsions,"' says a Colo
rado mother. I
"I decided a change might help, so
took him to Kansas City for a visit j
When we got there he was so very
weak when he would cry he would
sink away and seemed like he would 1
"When 1 reached my sister's home <
she said immediately that we must \
feed him Grape-Nuts and, although 1
had never used the food, we got some
and for a few days gave him just the '
juice of Grape-Nuts and milk. He got
stronger so quickly we were soou feed
ing him the Grape-Nuts itself aud in
a wonderfully short time he fattened
right up and became strong and well. <
"That showed me something worth J
knowing aud, when later on ray girl ]
came, I raised her on Grape-Nuts, and ,
she is a strong, healthy baby and has
been. You will see from the little pho- ?
tograph I send you- what a strong, s
chubby youngster the boy 1; now, but |
he didn't look anything like that be
fore we found this nourishing food. '
Grape-Nuts nourished hirr back to !
strength when he was so weak he J
couldn't keep any other food on his
stomach." Name given by Postum Co..
Battle ?reek, Mich.
All children can be built to a more
sturdy and healthy condition upon
Grape-Nuts and cream. The food cou- '
tains the elemento nature demands, 1
from which to make the" soft gray fill- ]
iug in the nerve centres and brain.
A well fed brain and strong, sturdy i
nerves absolutely insure a healthy ]
Look Ju pkgs. for the ?UI?JUB Httlt i
book. "The Road to V/dj\Nie.' i
Difficulty Between Constables
SEVERAL KILLED OR INJURED
Indiana Mining Town is Scene of
Fatal Clash Between Marching
Strikers and Detail of 12 Mem
bers of State Constabulary.-Strik
er Fired His Revolver at Troops,
Who Responded With Volley From
Carbines.-Six of Wounded in Se
rious Condition and Three Will
Indiauapolis, Special.-Thc new |
mining town of Ernest, on thc Buf
falo, Rochester & Pittsburg Kail
road, five miles from here, was the
scene of a conflict between a de
tail of State coiistflbiilarv and strik
ing cual miners, in which two strik
srs were killed ami eight wounded,
Shortly after daylight a body of
strikers, headed by a brass*, band,
inarched from Union Mines, in Jef
ferson county, to receive one of the
mine officials expected from Punx
sut?wriey; On thc way to thc sta
tion the marchers encountered a de
tail of twelve members or the State
constabulary and as they passed a
member of the band fired his re
volver at the troops.
No one was struck, but the con
stabulary inimediatelv retaliated
with a volley from their carbines.
When the smoke cleared eight '
strikers * were lying on the ground
md others had lied precipitately
[lowu thc hill.
Two of those shot were killed in
stantly and thc six others were se
DENIED BY EARVTE JORDAN.
President of Cotton Association Has
Not Advised Farmers to Sell Spot
Earrie Jordan, of the Southern Cot
ton Association made .thc following
statement: "iii view of thc present
misinterpretation of my position on
prices of spot colton which has been
given general circulation in Hie press
luring the past few days, 1 wish lo
unqualifiedly deny any report thal
t have advised farmers or others lo
?ell spot cotton for future delivery
jr to deal in cotton futures at all.
My position in favor of higher prices
is unchanged and will continue so
long as present splendid trade coo
li lion s last and no probability of
abnormally large crops being pro
Report Sent In.
Washington, Special.-In response
to a request from the House commit
tee on agriculture. President Roose
velt forwarded to Representative ,
Wadsworth, chairman of that com
mittee, the report made to him by
x committee of the Department of
Agriculture regarding conditions in
the Chicago meat packing houses. Ac
20mpauyiug the report was a letter
from the President, in winch he
points out that there is no conflict
in substance between the Neill-Re\'
?olds report and that of the Agri
cultural Department experts.
Gabriel Ballailc, thc negro who ic
:o be hanged today for assault upon
Miss Rogers, in King George's coun
ty, confessed Iiis crime.
W. L. Francis, of Richmond, Avho
ivas arrested on a charge of cmbcz
dement, admitted the charge and
said he did it lo raise money with
ivbicli lo elope.
Supreme Court Orders Served on
Chattanooga, Tenu., Special.
United Stales Marshal Dunlap serv
id Supreme Court orders on all de
fendants cited to appear before the
Jilted Stairs Supreme Court in Oe
lber to answer for attempt in thc
Johnson lynching case. The mar
dial was aided in locating the de
fendants by sheriff's deputies, all
)f whom, in addition to (he sheriff,
ire iuvlude.il in Attorney General
Moody 's information.
Senator German's Successor.
Baltimore, Special.-The rumors as
to Avho would be appointed to serve
>ut the remainder of Senator Gor
dan's unexpired term were put lc.
rest Friday night when Govem?l
Warfield announced thc appuiulmenl
sf Hon. W. P. Whyte. Mr. Whyt?;
bas been governor of thc State, may
af of Baltimore, and has twice beer,
in thc Senate-one by election anc
price before by executive appointment
Planet, Jr,, In
???^^V* cost no more
What ia Being Done Day by Day By
the National House and Senate.
.'Danger to Quarantine Bill.
There is decided danger that the
quarantine bill intended to give Fed
eral aid- in yellow fever quarantines,
which has passed the Senate. House,
will fail because of a deadlock among
the conf?res, on thc seventh section
of the hill providing that inter-State
traffic may be carried on without in
terruption through a state under yel
low fever quarantine, under certain
regulations; that'is, that through
trains may make their regular runs
v.-ithout taking on or letting off pas
sengers or freight within the quaran
Report on Packers Matter.
The House Committee on Agricul
ture decided to comply with the. re
quest of thc Chicago packers to -be
heard on thc Neill-Rcynolds report
rcgardimr thc conditions in the Chi
cago packing houses. The request
was made hy Mr. E. Wilson, who;
said he was au employee of the Nel
son Morris Company, but in this in-,
stance was authorized to speak for
all the Chicago packers. Secretary
of Agriculture Wilson, Dr. "A. D. Mel
vin of the Department, and Mr. Neill
were present at the hearing.
Mr. Wilson made a general denial
of the existence of thc conditions in
packing houses as set forth in the.
Neill-Reynolds report. Some of the
suggestions made in the report he
said, had already been complied with
by the packers, such as additional
As to the charge that canned meats }
were boiled in Avater to "freshen them
np." Mr. Wilson said there was ab
solutely nothing in this. What the
cans were put in hot water were to
soak ult the old labels, which he said,
was an injury lo thc appearance of
I he goods on sale.
Ile denied absolutely that there
were any deceased cattle or hogs
butchered for food. Mr. Wilson de
scribed in detail the operation of pre
paring canned meats and when asked'
by Representative $cott of Kausa.s,N
a member of thc committee, ''How
about the rope and other foreign mat
ter found willi wraps on the floor."
Mr. Wilson explained that what was
probably seen in t his instance was
the string on (he l-mu-l-ln mid ^-ILOL
.' jjjffi?! !-!.? u - d-Wi^jnffr^???is si ring w a s
"used with which*lo haug the beef in?
a smoke house, and when the beef
had been sliced off, this knuckle end
was left. There was a bone iu it. The
bone would smash the machine if an
attempt was made lo use it.
. Flooded With Petitions.
As Senator Tillmau suggested lhere
was "A streak of yellow" in the
Senate due lo the fact lhat practically
every desk in 1 he chamber was cover
ed with telegrams ol' protest against
Ibo Anti-Pass provision in the Pail
road Kate Bill as reported by the
They were all fi*om railroad men
and in each case consisted of pro
tests against cutting off thc privilege
of riding free.
In addition lhere was a formal
statement on behalf of engineers,
.firemen, conductors and trainmen say
ing lhat they represen ted 230,000
Bill to Be Sent Back.
The discussion of the Kail road Rate
Bill conference report in the Senate
showed (hal (he bill would be sent
back lo thc conference. Thc confer
ence announced that they expected
Busy Day in the House.
Against the days when the House
of Keprescntalives was in throes of a
filibuster or "putting off until to
morrow what it might have done the
day before," must bc set the work
accomplished in the lower branch of
'.he national Legislature. ,
In many particulars Tuesday was a
"red letter day" in the House, not
only in the number of bills passed,
but in the general character of the
legislation enacted. What bid fair
lo cause endless trouble, the natural
ization bill, was passed under suspen
sion of thc rules, the Speaker and
the gentleman in charge of the bill,
Mr. Boynge, of Colorado, doing tteam
work of a superior kind.
The House refused to pass a bill
leasing lo a private Arin or corpora
tion thc right to mine coal on thc
Island of Batan, in . thc Philippine
group, although it was slated that
such a lease would decrease 1he
amount paid by thc government for
coat very considerably.
For two hours the House worked
under suspension of the rules and
then, with thc time set apart for
these measures exhausted, and peace
spreading ito wings over the mem
ber.;, the rest cf the day, until ad
journment, was taken up with the
passage ci bills by unanimous con
sent, a form of legislation only pos
sible when there arc no breakers in
sig li I.
Thc village.of Seottown, in Ohio,
was completely washed away by flood,
two persons being drowned.
Thc Southern States' Immigration
Commission elected officers and estab
lished a New York bureau.
President Kosevelt is said lo have
determined on a complete reorganiza
tion of the Bureau of Animal Indus
the 20 year kind,
standard of the world,
the orginal best,
for farm and garden,
every rod guaranteed,
grade and reliable goods
than worthless imitations.
HE TOOK REBATES
A Pennsylvania Purchasing
Agent Makes Confession
PROFIT ON COAL HE PURCHASED
In His Capacity as Purchaser of Fuel
Coal an Official Testified That He
Had Received From Five Compa
nies an Allowance of From 3 to 4
Cents Per Ton.
Philadelphia, Special.-Thc Inter
state Commerce Commission contin
ued its investigation ot' thc relations
of the Pennsylvania Railroad employ
es to various mining- companies in the
bituminous coal district. The first
witness was Joseph Boyer, of Altooua,
chief clerk in thc office of A. Wi
Gibbs, superintendent of the Motive
In its entirety Mr. Boyer's testi
mony was a startling character. His
stock holdings were only a small por
tion of the' gifts he admitted receiv
ing from Hie coal mining compauics.
In his capacity as a purchaser of fuel
coal he testified that, he had receiv
ed from five companies an allowance
of from 3 to 5 cents a ton on coal
used by the railroad for fuel purposes.
During a period from thc latter'part
of 1903 to date ho has received a to
tal of more than $40,000. The com
panies which made him this allow
ance were the Graff Coal Company,
the Clearfield and Granton Coal Com
pany, Dunkirk Coal Company and
Thomas Blythe Company.
. Graff Coal Company allowed him
five cents a ton and thc Clearfield and
Granton Company gave him a share
in the profits ?vhicli amounted lo uni
less than four cents a ton. Blythe
and Company gave him Iii rec couts
a ton. He was asked why he discrim
inated in favor of Blythe and Co. He
replied ?lie did not discriminate as thc
money came to him without solicita
tion or any effort on his part. Ile be
lieved that the money had been paid
in the same manner to his predeces
sors in office and he believed he was
only following lhe custom of the de
. Chicago, Special.-Building Com
missioner Bartzen and 12 deputy
building inspectors went lo the stock
yards to make an inspection of every
building in the pince. Commission
er. Bartzen personally went to thc
hog killing department of one of thc
large packing houses, and described
thc conditions he found lhere as
"filthy and dirty."
Three Earthquake Shocks.
Manila, By Cable.-Three slight
earthquake shocks were felt in Ma
nila June 9 and (j, thc last at 8:38
p. m. on the 6 th instant. The shocks
are believed to have been severe on
thc island of Samar, but no details
have been received.
Government Forces Withdrawn.
San Francisco, Special.-Thc Mil
itary authorities arc gradually with
drawing all thc Government forces
from the city .within a few weeks
San Francisco will be entirely under
the protection of thc regular police
force, a?sisted hy a large number o?
specials who have been added to thc
list since thc lire.
Heavy Fire Loss.
New York, Special-A second fire
within the space of two weeks de
stroys two or more warehouses of
the American Cotton Dock Company
at Tompkinsville, Staten Island, and
caused a loss estimated at between
$150,000, and .1300,000. A fireman
was probably fatally injured.
Socialistic ideas arc spreading
among the radical members of the
There is every prospect of bounti
ful harvests in'Southern Russia.
Captain Byieff rode all the way
from Manchuria to St. Petersburg, a
distance of 8,700 miles, in eight
months and four days.
M. Delcasse, former French Minis
ter for Foreign Affairs, will visit thc
United States next fall.
A number of anarchists have heeu
arrested .at Barealonia on suspicion
of complicity in the bomb-throwing
Below freezing temperatures are re
ported throughout the middle of Ger
The International Miners' Congress
began in London.
The Intestate Commerce Commis
sion took up the relations of the New
York Central Railroad to thc coal
companies along its lines .
San Francisco again quaked Mon
day night, the shock being of short
duration, and causing no damage.
Governor Chamberlain was re-elect
2d in Oregon.
In- the Missouri Democratic Stale
Convention Bryan was acclaimed as
Ibo next President.
The National Liquor Dealers' As
sociation put itself on record in an
nual convention in favor of temper
ance and th? purification of the
LIVE ITEMS OF NEWS
Epi'onie of Current Happenings of
Interest Briefly Told.
Senator Joseph R. Burton, who was
sentenced To jail and fined for irreg
ularities, resigned, and Governor
Hoch appointed Foster Dwight Co
burn as successor.
In a battle between striking miners
and guards near Plum Run M'-ie, in
Ohio, four men were wounded, two
perhaps fatally, and the militia was
Tbe fight between Mexicans and
Americans at Cauanea, Mexico, is
said to have been fomented by revolu
tionists from St. Louis headquarters.
Eight of the large meat-packing
concerns joined in a signed statement
protesting against the Neill-Reynolds
The Slate investigating board re
ported on the San Francisco earth
quake, which it claims, was due to
ruptures in Ibo earths crust caused
by geological changes.
Richard A. Canfield testified in his
own behalf in the snit of John D?l
ai: linty against him and declared that
bc was "lipped off" on Jerome's pro
Dis. Harry Adler and J. C. Hem
meter, of Baltimore, were speakers at
a medical convention in Boston, which
is thronged with visiting doctors.
Sixty anarchists, alleged to be from
Baltimore, are believed to be in Wil
Ex-Mayor Phelan, of San Francis
co, announces that the total cash re
ceived for the relief of thc city ia
$4,243,000, and appeals for funds to
aid in rehabilitation.
A big reception to William J. Bry
an upon his relurn from abroad is
projected, and is lo have national pro
King Alfonso and Queen Victoria
attended n brilliant military review.
The Spanish police are on thc track
of the bomb-throwers accomplices.
Seven persons were drowned and
four killed hy lightning at Odessa.
Senator Arl bur Pue Gorman, "
Maryland, died at his residence, 1432
K street, at 9:17 a. ra. yesterday.
Thc Virginia Slate Federation of
Labor opens i!s session at Alexandria
soon. Officers will bc elected for the
ensuing year. .Addresses will be de
livered by Samuel Gompers, president
of thc American Federation of La
bor, and other labor leaders.'
Horrifying disclosures as to the
conditions in the Chicago packing
houses are made in the report oi
Charles P. Neill and James ll. Rey
nolds, which was sent to Congress yes
terday by President. Roosevelt.
Efforts will be made by ll-is Gov
ernment to secure labor?is, from
Spain to work on thc Panama canal.
The British ship Lismore was
wrecked at Santa Maria", Chic, and 22
of the crew were drowned.
Baron von Beck has been intrusted
wirb the task of forming the new
Aust ro-Hungarian Cabinet.
Two Americans were convicted ol
swindling in Loudon and sentenced
to hard labor.
Another section of Vesuvius'* cone
has tallen in, and thc showers of ashes
and cinders is on thc increase.
General Al i kb a nott, Governor-Gen
eral of Kidds and the pacifier'' ol
the Caucasus, wai seriously injured
by one ol' two boraLs thrown at him.
Mr. Whitbridge, the special envoy
sent by the United States to attend
King Alfonso's wedding, presented
the autograph letter of good wishes
writ len by Pres.ideul Roosevelt.
Fi fl y . anarchists ol'. England.
France and Sj ain are alleged to !.t
on the way to Madrid to assassinate
Alfonso on his wedding day.
Kl ks lind memorial services ovci
(heir dead al Bedford City .
Eleven persons were killed, two so
badly burt that they are expected to
.die and a score seriously hurt in a
I roi Iv accident at East Providence,
Carl Schurz was eulogized by prom
inent men at a memorial service held
in Chicago, President Roosevelt ex
pressed high appreciation of him in a
"Tricolor," thc Bostock leopard
lion-tiger hybrid, died, and a lioness in
Mr. Rostock's manageria gave, birth,
to a pair of puma-jaguar-'.ion prodi
Chicago, Pittsburg and St. Louis re
port remarkable advances in business,
prosperity in their respective sections
of the country.
Richmond College and thc Universi
ty College of Medicine at RicbmoHd
Social Democrats of Wisconsin de
mand Hie abolition ot the United
Stales Senate, charging it with being
"a bulwark of capitalism and trust
o era cy."
Manuel Morales, who killed himself
when about to be captured, was iden
tified as the bomb thrower by the own
er of thc Madrid hold from whom he
rented thc balcony.
Kev. S. Baring-Gould, the noted au
thor and churchman, died in South
A conflict between the Russian
Douma and thc Ministry over the pro
posal to abolish thc death penally has
been averted by a decision on the part
of thc Cabinet lo support such
The Jews in Kischener? held a meet
ing to express sorrow at the death o?
Governor Swanson has refused tc
interfere in the case of Galnet Battailc
who will bc hanged Friday for as
Americans Among Rebels.
Mexico City, Special.-News fron
the Guatemalan revolutionists oper
ating in the southern part of that re
public is that an American contingent
consisting of 100 men enlisted ii
San Francisco, are now included ii
General Toledo's army. These men
who are especially well armed, cami
dowii ?ni thc steamer Empire City
nov/ composing practically the nav^
ol' the r?volu.lo?.isis and the firs:
warship ever employed iu any Gua
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Deafneis Cannot Bo Caro<!
by local applications as they cannot reach thu
diseased portion of the ear. There ts only ono
way to cure deafness, and that is by consti
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Take Hali's Family Pills for constipation.
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lion dollars, against less timu twenty
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A Kocheblcr Chem litt Foun t H Slngnlarly
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William A. Franklin, of the Franklin
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"Seven years ago
i wns suffering very
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my system. My
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and ached if I over
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fd- .ur? learning by experience, so yoi
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even if you merely keep them as a di'
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work, you can save many Chicks annually, ni
point is, that you must be able to detect trout
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disease; to feed for eggs and also for fatteninj
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paid for twenty-five cents in stamps.
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She Bas Gaid?? Thou? aa da to Health, y
Hov Lydia E. Pla lt b ?a? a Vege t able Oottl>
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Mrs. Pinkham never violates the con
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ial letter published is done BO with
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enable you tc enjoy your meals without
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BoeWetfre*. "How to Mab
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At a certain age, all
girls need the help of a
pure, reliable, tonic
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remain with them
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years, is prevented, and
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writes Geo. Maston, of
Greenwood, Neb., "and
now she is a rosy
cheeked girl, happy,
light-hearted and gay."
for all female troubles.
At all Drug Stores
THE DAISY FLY KILLER&M
?nurdi comlort m ?wry bora?. One ?Oe. box 1??? the ?
- Ur? season. H?rm
?eu to pereoni.
Clean, neut and ?rUl
not ?oil or inlare
anything Try tb?m
one? uil yon will
ntrer bo without
thom, ll not kent
by deslor?, ??at
oror.!\M hr ?Oe.
I4U DeKalb lunn?,
Cro?kl?n, 5. V;_
.Aeeuts, men and women.
._ Can make from $2 to Si
and moro 1 er ?ny. with proper effort, tu wit
Inc several uoj>\il rnrtn les. Write at once.
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Wlicat.60 Bnahcl? perncre.
Cata, an 1 raupten free. Salier
Ste J Co.UoxC A ,La Crosio. w:s.
?vi th weall
M MftNFV If you give them help. Ton
\?"vPa cannot do this unless you
?tend them and know how to cater to their
ements, and you cannot spend years and
i must ouy the knowledge acquired by others.
You want them to pay their own wny
rorslon. Ia order to handle Fowls judiciously
pet this want we are selling a book gi vf nc #
:)nly 25c.} twenty-five years. It was written
1 money to making a success of Chicken rn's
if you will profit by /hts twenty-five years'
id make your Fowls earn dollars for you. The
ile in the Poultry ?nrd as soon as it appears,
teach you. It tells bow to deteet and cure
i; which fowls to save for breeding purposes;
this subj ec-1 to mako it profitable. Sent post
irorSE. 1S4 Leonard St,, ?f. T. Cl ry,