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Japan will open 21 new ports to foreign
Hawaii Is complaining of n heavy influx
Tiikrk are 74 gold mining companie"
In the Transvaal.
Fiianck receive SOTO, 000 a vcar from
taxes on bicycles.
Morocco has an army of 40,u0o men
fairly well trained.
Nkvv Yor.K has 12 times as many
churches ns llerlin.
As mam as 4,000 dates have been
gathered from a Maple palm.
Nkw England cities may unite to
help lloston improve its harbor.
of the population of the
world speaks the Chinese language.
The word Ulblc means simply book,
but it is now confined to the Book of
The street accidents of London
amount to about 3,500 a year nearly
ten a day.
Tiik treaty for the partition of the
fiamoan islands has been signed at
The cultivation of fruit trees along
the highways of franco is being extended
Fnurr wrapped In brown paper will
stand 15 degrees more of cold than if
cot thus protected.
OVKit 13, people went through Yellowstone
Park this season, breaking
the record by 3,000.
Fou every million inhabitants in
Russia there ae only ten newspapers
and journals of all sorts.
Contracts have been let for a wireless
telegraph system to connect the
islands of the Hawaiian group.
English business men In Paris are
ooing boycotted because of England's
talk of boycotting the exposition.
Rlntkd houses are unknown in Jet-
Kan. "-.very House is occupied
its owner. The town has about S75
UT"or n,w rooms
Pope Leo has reserved only three a
small sitting room, a little dining
room and a bedroom.
In the Sandwich islands the beauty
of women is measured by their height.
Mils. Gladstone own three acres in
Niagara. This piece of land is now
worth S3 000.
The speed of a carrier pigeon in calm
weather is J, 00 yards a minute. With
a brisk wind prevailing and blowing
In the direction of its flight a pigeon
has been known to make 1,000 yards
Not only are Mrs. Langtry and John
Ilaro coming to America to fill theatrical
engagements, but a strong influence
is at work to induce lieerbohin
Tree to present a series of
productions here next autumn.
Electricity is being practically and
most economically used in the manufacture
of glass in Germany. Small
portable crucibles are used and the
plants arc placed near streams where
water power Is available instead of
near coal supplies.
Dan Godfret, on his return to London
from his American tour with his
band, is quoted as saying: "We played
lots of good music, but what Americans
really want is catchy tunes with
ti swing. A rag-time air would nearly
tear down the house."
The czar of Russia probably owns a
greater quantity of china than any
person in the world. He has the china
belonging to nil the Russian rulers as
far back as Catherine tho Great- It is
stored in an immense closet in the
Winter palcce at St. Petersburg.
If the reports of the criminal courts
of tho state of New York may be taken
as an index, it is safe to say that crime
is on the decrease in the United States
In 1607 there were 4,523 convicts, as
against only 3,507 in lb'JS. Tills shows
n. decrease of 050, or over 20 per cent.
Shoes can bo quickly laced by the
use of a new attachment, comprising a
pair of slotted ribs carried by tho
edges or the upper, with headed studs
set in tho slots to slide freely, with a
lacing attached to the studs to draw
the edges of tho upper together as the
studs are raised.
A handv tablet for telephones has
been patented by an Ohio man, comprising
a reel suspended in two brackets
at the edge of tho battery box, a
roll of paper being, placed on the reel
and held smooth across the top for
writing, with a sharp metal strip to
sever the sheet nf tcr use.
There are no textile mills of nny lm
partancc in the Transvaal, and, in consequence,
large quantities of cottons
and woolens have to be imported for
Adkluert F. IIay, son of the secretary
of state, has been appointed consul
of Pretoria. Consul Macrura, who
hat been begging for permission to
come home, will be allowed to leave at
The most curious place in tho world
is tho Alhambra, in Spain. It was
originally a fortress, so great in extent
as to be capable of holding 40,000
men. It was begun in 1248 and finished
TAYLOR GETS IT.
His Certificate of Election Sljrned by
Two Election Commissioners.
Kor tue Time- HHnr 1 I'niletl One
of the Ahit. lllttorly Ctintotiteil
(i liber mi tor III I CuiiiiiilK"
In (lie Stute.
FrnnMoit, Ky. Doc. 10. At 9:15
Suturdny morning the election
ol William S. wns signed
by tin election ooinmlsslonerH and he
was declared to be tho governor-elect
The otlielul figures of the oto filed
with Secretory State Flnley lire:
Tnjlor, 103,714; Goebel, 11)1,331;
plurality, 2.3S3. Tho operation
which ended, for the time being nt
lenst, the bitterly fought gubernatorial
contest, was conducted In the
simplest milliner. The majority opinion
of Commissioners Pryor and Kills
mid the minority opinion of Commissioner
Povnt7, which were published
Saturday morning wore not read, ns
was the original intention. The three
commissioners walked first to the
the clerk of the state supreme
court, whore they tiled two
opinions. They then passed Into the
ofllcc of the secretary of state. Clerk
Chennult of tho hoard of commissioners
read the Jlgures showing that the
republican candidates for ollices on
the state ticket had received the largest
number of totes mid then certificates
of election were signed nt once,
that of Mr. Taylor being first on the
list. There were only 14 people In
the room nt the time, mid of this
number only two were there ns idle
There was no crowd around the
building nnd no interest manifested
in the work save by those engaged in
it and thoso who stood looking on.
The certificates as soon as signed
were tiled with the secretary of stnte
nml certificates will he issued to the
elected men nt once by Gov llradley.
Lnto Friday night, when the decision
had gone forth to the public,
Commissioner Ellis, upon whose
shoulders the greatest part of the
work of prepnring the opinion had
fallen, discussed the matter freely.
'This has been n haid thing for me,"
he said, his eyes iiiflnmed by loss of
sleep nnd the heavy lines In his face
bearing eloquent witness to the truth
of his statement. 'It has been a
hard thing for nil of us. I wish, however,
that nil the people of the country
knew how nobly Judge Pryor
has acted in this matter, nnd how
conscientiously he has ilono what he
considered his duty, lie is a great,
man, one of the greatest, in my opinion,
that Kentucky linn ever produced,
nnd I nm sine his conduct in this case
of hisJonir and
Speaking for myself," continued Mr.
Kills, "I say frankly I did not like to
do this thing, but under the law and
the evidence there is nothing else I
can do, and be nn honest man. Why,
I waB an original Goebel man. 1 was
a Goebel man long before he received
the nomination, and I am n Goebel
man now. I can go beyond that and
say t am a Goebel partisan. I have
nlvvnys been a partisan in politics, n
rank partisan, and it would give me
greater pleasure than I can express
to be able to declare for the democrats
in this thing, but I can't do it.
'lhe proceedings before the board
were so overwhelmingly In favor o?
the republicans and they had so much
ine best of the arguments that it is
almost idle to discuss the n flair.
There was, to the minds of Judge
Pryor nnd myself, only one thing to
do, nnd that we have done. I know
there nre plenty of men who think
that, strong democratic partisan ns
1 have always been, I should have
remained a democratic partisan and
voted otherwise. How can I do thnt?
How can I commit such a rape on my
reputation and conscience ns that.
ievved from the legal standpoint,
which in things like this Is the only
standpoint, I hnve done what my conscience
and my long career as a lawyer
tell me Is right, and I will do otherwise
for no man nor upon any consideration."
The statements made by Mr. E4Ii
have been upheld by his conduct from
first to Inst throughout the canvnss.
He did all of the questioning of the
ntorjieys and seemed nt every stage to
be most anxious to obtain the truth
impartial to both sides. Mr. Goebel
was apparently in the best of humor
inter being told that Mr. Taylor's
certificate had been signed.
Commissioner l'oynt. declined to
sign the republican certificates of
election, saying thnt he stood by the
opinion he had rendered, nnd could
not consistently do so. He consented
to sign the certificates of the railroad
tVnnln A Viceroy Ururmlnl.
Pekin, Dec. 11. The French government
has formnliy demanded the
degradation of the viceroy of Canton,
because the order to execute the Chinese
magistrate, who was responsible
for the murder of the French ollicera
at Montao, has not been curried out.
American Federation of Labor.
Detroit, Mich., Dec. 11. Nearly all
of the ISO delegates to the American
Federation of Labor convention Sunday
night presented their credentials
nt headquarters. Many unofficial visitors
have arrived, among them representatives
of the bartenders' union
nnd others who desiro to obtain full
Lnnilarape Artist Dead.
Middletown, Ct., Dec. 11. John A.
Sumner, a landscape artist, formerly
of St. Louts, died suddenly Sunday,
nged 74 years.
He "Willi Ills
Manila, Uce. 11. An e
headed by the battleship Ore
Manila for Sublg Saturday nig
is reported that tho Filipino
niauder, (ion. Alejiuulrino, with
stalT, hns surrendered to fieiu Mc
thur, mid there Is nlso n rumor th:7
Alojaiidrlno is at Agullar, suffering
from a wound received in n light, be
tween insurgents and bandits, null
that lie will be given an opportui
to surrender, and will be propi'
Maj. Spence, with a column of
32d captured a new In
gent vutiip, n n uncompleted stn
hold In the Tassiin district. He I
Dinalupan nt daybreak Saturday
morning, and iiiprehod 10 miles along
mountain trails, finally encountering
a large band of Insurgents, who re
treateti alter u unci sKirmisii. 1
Americans had no losses. t
The records of the trensury of
so-called Filipino government, tog
er with n quantity of paper mi
nnd another Nordonfeldt, have
found nt Mangntnrem,
Three Americans, who, with a c
inissnry sergeant of the 12th inii
ry, were traveling from San lorn
to Angeles, left their escort fi
moment and went jnto tli bush,
they did not return speedily, n so,
was made for them but they ei:
not be found. They were prol).lh
captured by the rebels.
A mail orderly disappeared bet Vi
Angeles nnd Itamban. He also is
posed to have been captured.
A force of 100 Insurgents Sntu1
attacked, near llnliuag, a wagon t
escorted by 30 men of the lOt
fantry. A sharp engagement fi
ed. The insurgent lost IS klllei
nine captured. During the recenlat
tack by the insurgents upon Ybtui,
the Filipinos obtained posses-dial of
the plnza nnd of a church in theflrn
ter of the town, from wiiiehrthe
Americans dislodged them. It si ems
thnt the escaped Spaniards obtained
guns ami tougnt with tue Amciwns
against the insurgents.
John Wniinnmnker te.tlflea HJ
the IndUKtrlnl Ciintmlnnlon Tl
The)' Are lleueflclnl.
Washington, Dec. 11. Hon. fchn
Wnnnmaker Saturday tcstltleu I ore
the Industrial commission on
ject of department stores. He (film
ed these stores were beneficial 0 society,
having n substantial econtmlc
nnd moral basis for their exist
"It is," he continued, 'a iwrnl
product evolved from couditii olMht
existi as u result of fixed t
Cheaper cnpitnl, bett
naturnl nnd useful; there
"Economy In the expcndlt nW o f
money, time effort mensu. I dc-
part merit store success. Just i pro-
portion ns these ends nre reaclJ.'d is
it popular, powerful and prospelous."
He contended that the effect of
the creation of these stores had been
to reduce retail prices. In support
of this statement he asserted that
upon American dry go oils generally
the retailers percentage of profits has
been reduced during the last
20 years. This was also true updu
woolen, silk mid cotton fabrics. The
total per cent of reduction in price!
to the consumer could not be Mated,
owing to the vnrylng stnndanls of
uunllties and tnste, and Improvements
in manufacture, but Mr. Wnnnmnker
believed that the consumer ttartt the
entire reduction in the retailers' profit.
In some articles definite comparisons
of prices were made. It could
also he stated, he said, that the profits
of the great retail store vary
from 3 to C per cent on the dollar of
Arizoulnna WmiiI Statehood.
Phoenix, Ariz., Dee. 10. An enthusiastic
mass meeting was neld here
Saturday to start a movement to secure
statehood at the present session
of congress. Men from nil parts of
Arizona were in attendance and took
part. Gov. Jf. O. Murphy was elected
of n committee of 30, which
will go to Washington early in January
to advocate statehood.
Acquitted of Kiiitiexxlement Clinrjre.
San Francisco, Dee. U. O. M. Wei-burn,
ex-collector of internal revenue,
has been acquitted of the charge of
embezzlement. This was his third
trial. While under Indictment Wei-burn
fled uud enlisted as a private in
the nrmy going to ( nha. Wlillo on
his way to the Philippines he
lecogniicd mid nrrested.
Orange River, Dee. 11. Half the
men of tho Canadian contingent hfvo
gone forwnrd. Mke thu Australian
contingent they hnve been put to
stiff work since their arrival, nnd
have been building sidings, erecting
platforms and rendering thu usual
routine service. They are in excellent
condition und very ycnlotis.
A Ten 1'er Cent, Iliilne.
Boston, Dec. 0. The executive committee
of tho American Woolen Co.
voted Friday to make n general Increase
of ten per cent, in VM '
employes. The increase Biifit
mills in nil sections of Ni
and will benefit 20,000
udvnnce will take eifec
fl'luei It AViMMponslliln
r thu llrllUh luWntrx to
At the lliiYm.
Molteho, Ciipu Colony, Dee. 11.
Jen. Gataere left Putter'' Kraal by
(tralu for Molteiio, mid then proceeded
by forced march 12 inlh'A tow aid
Isi.i.Mitlw.iir II., li.iil 'Juki men.
nig the .Northumberland Fuslleeis.the
ltoynl Irish Rllies and two batteries
of 'field artillery.
The llrltisli wote unmolested by the
lloers until the Poor position was
leached, when u hot lire .. unexpectedly
opened upon the advancing
Tim engagement begnf nt 4:15 n. in.
At 7 n. in., lifter jMkJirp artillery duel,
the llrltlsh'rifcj; The ure now
inarching towunPWlteno. Gen.
found the enemy's position Impregnable.
It was linM)(tslhle for the
ltriUsh infantry to get at the lloers.
Frere Camp, Natal, Dee; 11 -Hello-graphic
continues daily. Gen.
and eoinniandant Louis Uotha
nre in command of the Poor forces Investing
Ladysinlth. Their horses are
said to be In poor condition. A heavy
report was heard In the direct ion of
toienso Sunday. Thu s'lUiid was followed
by n big cloud of smoke, Tho
supposition is that tiiu enemy had
blown up the highway bridge.
The Transviinl government has decided
to consider Mr. Winston Church-Ill,
who was captured November 15.
between Ksteourt nnd Chivoly, a combatant
ofuccr und to retain him as a
prisoner. Mr. Churchill has applied
to Gen. lluller with a view' of getting
This lias been n quiet day here. The
health of the troops is excellent.
Moltenn, Cno Colony, Sunday, Dec.
10. Gen, Gatacre's movements may
be termed iv reconnolsnnee In force,
lis object wns to ascertain the
strength of the position of the lloers
who were strongly entrenched along
the Ktormberg range. He left Putters
kraal shortly after noon
witli a fighting force sllghtlyover
Leaving Molteno nt 0 last evening
he ir.nde a memorable nil night march
over the rocks mid veldt. There was
no sound except a stonily tramp, nnd
theie were no distlnuUh'ng Iik'Hs,
the bright miHiit hsvi.ig Kime iixvn
bout half past eleven.
Loudon, Dee. 11. It is hardly too
much to regard (ion repulse
near ns the uitist serious
defeat llritlsh nnm Iiuvm vet
sustained in the whole campaign. Al-
'ridvthe ollluiul udvie.es -now I nut
aComeii YvTres,UineirnIn'xrtfners nnrt
17 men were wounded, nlit ot!ioor
and 50C men iniKxitig. lint it Is evident
thnt the worst Is not .vet known.
The proportion of wounded iinil I Hied
is so small, when w ih
the missing ulio nre undoubtedly
prisoners in the hands of the
that the supplementary list of
is awaited with serious misgivings.
It is nlso feared that there were serious
losses of guns nnd equipment.
The Ilrltish troops who recently occupied
Arundel nre advancing. They
hnve had several skirmishes but no
casualties. Three miles north of
Arundel they 'found the Doers 2,000
The Pretoria rcjtorts of renewed
fighting at Modder river originated
from the fact that the llritlsh, with
a team of 32 oxen hauled a naval gun
to the top of a high ridge north of
Modder river town, whence they fired
The Animal Order Airnliint Texni
Fever About lu lie Issued
More Territory Included.
Washington, Dec. 11. The usual
annual quaratluc order against thu
srea where the plenetic or southern
(Texas) fever exists among cattle,
will be issued shortly by I lie department
of agriculture, to take e fleet
January 1. The order will be substantially
like that of last 3 ear. The quarantined
area will consist of all of tho
states of South Carolina, Georgia,
Florida, Mlsxihslppl, Alabama, Louisiana,
Arkansas, Indian Territory und
parts of the states of North Carolina,
Tennessee, Texas, Oklahoma mid California.
The boundary lines may ho,
modified slightly later where thu
co-operation of state nuthoiitles may
Omaha, Neb., Dee. 11. The fight for
the senntorship left vacant by the
death of Senator Ilayvvard grows hotter
every hour. That either Senator
William V. Allen or G. M. Hitchcock,
editor of the Omaha World-Herald,
will bu the successful competitor is
now generally acceded, us the candidacy
of W. II. Thompson, of Grand
Island, was niinouueed too late to bo
of any moment.
Killed III An lliplimlou.
Carbonado, Wash,, Dec. 11, An
took place, in n mini! heie.
men nre dead. Two men
wen; rescued nt 5 o'clock Suudny
morning, after being imprisoned In
ho mine all night. Five men were In-
its 1'or .South' A Crleii.
11. Two shallow
kiini for service in
will carry two
flrer una fou
WHAT CONGRESS IS DC
I)ct.nfe In tin' limine on the
Hut Utile- lliiplne
In lliti Svliate,
an nppmil was iniute by Mr Miirmi till)
tor uu expression f syinputlU '" nic
in war with Oram llrllidn.
Vlio rtsolutlun ml which Mi Masim
n.i.. i.i. anuvrli. uim referred I J luc
lomniltUu on furolKH relations. No other
mislnes of fmnoituiiro win tmnsiioti'd,
and at mi early hm.r tho senate ml-
Join nod mull Tuesday
1 Inane-Monday too debate oi elicit oil
the currency bill Messrs holllver (In.).
De Annelid iMol. Overstreet Cho), Maddux
(Ua) and McClollan (N V) mail
speeches. Annum lhe bills Introduced
wore: Mr. Lindner (111), for tai av
Insts kink. Mr HIcluiHlnon (lunui. tut
,i niitloim! inllltnrr psrk nt the buttlctjelil
of Stone river. Tmn.; Mr, ( I ).
wXlelidiliU Unit InnklliU n."..tunal
bank currency Mr. ilreene ( a I then
Minotinccd the dwitli of his oollni;i'' Inn
Isle Itapresottlnt ve llrinrlitroiit. of
-11111 nt 8.1&. tho house .uliourn
ed until Tuesday.
He linn lint' of l he limit
der With Dewey nt the llallle
of M it n I la lln).
Washington, Dee. 13. Commander
L. P. Wood, U. S. N., died of typhoid
fever at his nsliloneo lu this city nt 5
o'clock Monday morning. He was
lu uommniid of the gunboat Petrel at
the battle of Manila.
Slueo his return from Manila to the
United States his health has been
broken and he lacked the power h
throw 01T the disease which canned
The condition of Lieut, llrumby,
who wns Dewey's flag lieutenant
thu buttle of Manila bay mid has
been attached to his stuff since his
return to the United States remain
unchanged. Adin. Dewey la not permitted
to visit the Hick man.
The Cull. red Kththlls.
Washington, Dee. 13.
White, of North Cnrollna, called
nt the White House Monday, In company
with T. J. Calloway, who has
Imtii designated to take charge of the
exhibit to Ik furnished by prominent
colored schools of the United State,
Mr. White stated that nn additional
appropriation of $30,000 was needed
in connection with the exhibit, ninl
solicited the president's
to secure It from congress,
lteltillt lull !.! Iliimired.
Spriiiglleld. III., Dec. 13. Gov. Tanner
Moudii.v to honor the
of tin governor of West Virginia
for the surrender of Ellis Glenn,
wanted in West Virginia oil the
charge of defrauding William
son, of Parkorsbtirg, and others by
forfeit notes. The refusal wits owing
to the "forgery ease lu Illinois Ins-fug
still pending 111 the Montgomery
count., oireiit court, HilUboro.
The Depart lire f A dm. I'oiirnlvr.
QWSOkS? Dee. 12.-Thi' departure,
from Selmstopol Monday of Adm,
rounder, eoiniunnder of the French
Mediterranean squadron, after his
visit to Adm. TyrtolT, Husnimi minister
of the navy, was the occasion for
nu enthusiastic demonstration. Tho
commander of the Russian ltliick Sen
licet, accompanied by ninny small
craft, escorted Adm. Founder to the
Kntcliierr nnd I'lreiiian Injured.
Grand Island, Neb., Dee. 12. The
west bound Union Pacific passenger
train, known ns the Colorado special,
was wrecked here nt 4:1.' Monday
morning, nnd Engineer Myers and
Fireman Murphy seriously injured.
Tho wreck wns caused by an open
switch, the train running Into a string
of freight ears. None of the passengers
Sold Con I nnd Timber l.nnd.
Chattanooga, Tenii.. Dec. 13. It Is
given out here. Monday on rellnhle authority
that J. II. Merrlam mid G. 11.
Jariingnn, of this city, have sold 10,-000
acres of coal mid timber lands In
Cumberland and Fentress counties,
Tcun., to a syndicate of St. Louis mid
London capitalists. The price paid is
said to be 1350,000.
Went Indln Inlnnd Not I'oe Snle.
Washington, Dee. 13. The state department
authorizes a contradiction
of the report thnt the government of
Denmark has offered the Danish West
India Islands for sale. No
the two governments since the
failure of the negotiations on thnt
subject several years ago.
et Mellon') I'ronpernii Condition
Washington, Dee. 13. -The governor
of New Mexico in Ids annual report
estimates the population of the territory
at SGO.SOO, ami says this year's
roeoid will exceed almost nil former
years in the revenue derived from
produce, sheep nnd cattle. The report
r news the plea for statehood.
The rirnt Hiiimv nt Kniiniin I'll).
Kansas City, Mo., Dee. 13. The first
snow of the season in the southwest
has been falling since early Momluy
morning. In northwest Missouri thu
snow Is three inches deep, while in
Kansas it Is inciting us it falls mid is
considered to growing
l'realdrullnl .Nomina Hit mm.
Washington, Dee. IS. The president
Monday nominated Harvey A
Kasson, of Akron, ()., to be super-
1 visor for the 3 lit li census district ol
Ohio. Tho president nlso transmitted
to Ihu seiintu a number of appointments
which Here made mid announced
during the recess 01 congress.
A Skater Drowned.
Northflcld, Minn., Dee. IS.- While
skating on Cannon river Monday afternoon,
Mark Chamberlain mid Drew
Stevens, high school students, brok?
through the leu nnd weie di owned.
r 1 - . WZ1
Ret r in Itoeuy Mnn?
1 Afttr nuineroii! Imiibrcndlh cscniicn and
".. tl.rillinir mlvMltliriK. B Illirt V Of I'XnlOI
null I) IVi.'l,,, l..,,,n,n. .till, ."l1,wt milii ,.
tuti where thev had biMrvcd it pouihlc f r
nono to Witt. Irt n like manner, people vv ho
havr bcHrrrd dvupcpun incurable tire nitim
Uhed to find Hint lliere u a vvny to lienll ; 1.
Hoitettcr a Stuiniuh Kitten mod fnithfully
tuaku tlieilltt'e.tiou strong, the bovvila regular,
theJIveructive. Tl) it.
lllHW'at Hit) I
"I nm (dad there aro n few hotirit peopla
left. Two years ago I eut around the
corner to buy postal nrd. I havo never
seen the boy to thin day "
"Vou den t call Hint boy honont?
"Yr. iirl Thia inoriunit 1 received n
I with tin on tho Isuk 'Dear Sir: Hem
is your iolal. I stinted in btminwi with
the petinv ou cave ami have prospered.
Thanks.' "-Chicago Keiuiis" Now.
Btatc or Ohio, Citt op I
Frank J. Chcuey makes twith th.it he la Hie-senior
partner of the lit in of I . .1. Cheney
s Co., doniit Iiiiiiicm in the city of lolcdo.
County ami Mute afoimud, and that .nd
In in will pay tho sum of One Handled Dob
lur for each and every rae of ealarrh thnt
raiinot I cured by the Hi; I a :trtli
Cure. lUANK J CIILNIA.
Sworn to before me ami subscribed in my
presence, thl 0th day l)
1S.MI. A. V it LI. AM I.N,
ijjrrtl Notary Public.
I lall'a Cafnrrh Cure is taken Inlet nnlly ainll
set diteetly on the blood and iimcoiii ur
frtiri of the vtrm. Send for trstimoiiialu,
flee, F. ,l. CHUNKY L CO., Toledo, O.
Hold by dnUBint. 75c
Halt's Fatally Pill nre the heat.
Friend I puen jour father, knoat
alioiit rapun' e.ttlie a tttirrtodyT
Fanuer" bun I surn he does. hy. ona
nf our cos ha juet had a t w 0 headed calf.
Solid Trains to .lorthrrn lllehlunn,
The Clneago, Milwaukee A St. Paul Had-way
it now runiiinu ohd tralni o' plar
leipinu can, dining cam (lervlng meal a
li iMrte) and ll rat cl day coaclie,
thrvuKh from Chicago to Calumet, Hough
tun, llaneock and other point in the Cup
per Country without change of ran, wilb,
direct connection for Man'Uettc, Nrgaunee,
hhpetiung. etc, and pienger from the
Katt, South and Southwest will find Ibis a.
iuol detirable route.
All coupon ticket agent tell ticket vK
the Chicago, Milwaukee anJ St. Paul
A Saving. "Dsl vou ave the countliryp
Pat!" "How that?" "lie your vote?'
"No, brgorry Hut I naved the rent."-
1'hiladelptiu North American.
It depend on yr toint of view whether
.. nr,..,tr tutu ilio iinl man or tb r wont
man who win in a pnio light.-. Mease
SI1011M you deire Infonnation regarding
Calitornia, Anions, Tea or Mexico, and
the lung limit, low rate, tound trip ticket
told to prnciul points, the vaneu route
Mwhirli the ticket can be purcbaicd.
rr regarding one way fint and
rl ratrt. throtuh tlreplng ear linen. Pint
CUm and I'mintl, call upon or aJtlrrm W.
It Neimver, Gen Weitern Agent,
P. die ( o , 333 CUrk St., tkueagu. W.
lit t n,ir, l'i in I Agent, Chamber Commerce
H Jg , I iimniiati. O , or W .1 Here.
rTrir PM Agt , i-'-'U l.lhcott Si , lludalo,
Sometime mmiige ought to Is defined
a i the art by wh .h two peop'e matijge to
lire together and jet apart - Puck
so bad for a cough
so good for a
cough as Ayer's
The 35 cent size is just.riglit
for n ordinary, everyday cold.
The 50 cent size is better for the
cough of bronchitis, croup, grip,
and hoirscncS3. The dollar size
is the best for chronic coughs,
as in consumption, chronic bronchitis,
Df VinUni.' Itnll.n Pill
t )l iilmeiit will cure llllnit
lllnilluK ami Itching
I'llr. K nbsorli Urn
PILES t union, allay ilia
l onru, act a
m ltU At tlriltfSTln' I'T
tnnll on reeeltt of pries. SO Onnlt ml Cl.oe.
VVlLLIAMi Mk'fl. CO , I'topt , CLEV CUkND, OHIO.
Henrt for "lnenlor' Primer"
and' Protect Your Idea t, frit.
PATENTS Mllo M. At, I'o..
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