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J Was Once Term of Reproach.
I A "Prlmo nilnlstor" Is ono of tho
a " many terms In English which seem to
f have been slang at ono time. It wst
1 'first applied to Sir Robert Walpolo,
but In n reproachful sense. Fob. 11,
1742, after twenty years tonuro of of
jflce, Sir Hobort resigned nil his era
ip.oymonts. "Having Invested mo," ho
remarked, "with a kind of mock dig
nity and Btylod mo prlmo mlnlstor,
they Imputo to ma an unpnrdonablo
abuso of that chimerical authority
which thoy created and conferred."
'Such a porsonago ns tho prlmo min
ister or tho premier Is not oven men
j 'tionod In tho official table of pre-
I 'cedenco and Is unknown to tho writ-
I 'ten constitution of Great Drltala.
1 Bravery In Truth Telllnfj.
I To toll tho truth at all times ro
ll quires as much bravery as was over
II experienced upon tho field of battle,
1 'amid tba flitter of cold steel and the
II .rattle of musketry. Of all tho val
A ilant men and women In tho world,
let him or her be chief who dares to
tell thr truthl Dr. Madison 0. Pe-
An Accident to the Editor.
Somo miscreant effected an cn-i
trance to tho sanctum sanctorum of!
tho Boozotown Budget and placed ij
pot of pasto over the door, whoro It
foil down and pasted ya editor on his
affoctlng his entrance Into tho sand
tnm sanctorum. Without going Into!
tho details of tho Injuries sustained
by yo scrlbo, sulllco It o say the
heavy pasto pot swatted yo editor on
his caranlal topplcco and Jarred the
daylights out of him, so that ho laj
In nn Incumbent position on tho floor!
for somo time. If tho misoreant who!
perpetrated this dastardly deed Is up
probonded ho may rest assured ho will,
got his n good and plenty. Boozo-,
town Budget. j
Mothert, Don't Forget That
Children who nro brought up to,
sleep with tho bedroom window open
a weo bit novor catch cold with tho
ease that cooped-up chicks acquire.
There Is an old proverb which says
that where the sun does not enter the
doctor must, and, like many other
sayings of the axiom kind. It has a
j;raln of truth at tho bottom. i
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Well, That's Only His Fair 8hare.
When mother puts up preserves,
father puts up tho sugar. Boston
Homo and Abroad.
USE TIIK FAMOUS
lied Cross Hall Ulun. Laren s ox. pacltacre S
cents. The Ituss Company, South llcnd, Ind.
Persistency Is n Jewel, on tho In
A GCAKANTF.ED CURB FOlt l'lLKS.
ItchlnK, llllod, UleeillnK I'rotrudlnt; fllei. Drue-
Stats are .utbortted to refund none it FAZU
1NT51KNT fiKi to cure In to I dtr'. Sue.
Ignored Customers' Interests.
A Cologne dairymaid was arrested
for bathing herself dally In the milk
sho later sold.
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V NEWS SUMMARY V J
Three boys of Merldon, la., sons ol
well-to-do fumlllcs, wero killed by nn
Illinois Central passenger train.
Kfty-flve natives wero drowned at
Johannesburg owing to tho Hooding ol
Iho South Hose, n deep gold mine.
Tho supremo court hns denied a re
hearing In the caso of Jolmnn Hocli,
sentenced to bo hanged In Chlcagd
.February 23 for wlfo murder.
A special from I'Inghnr, In., says
Governor Cummins Is ready to nccopt
n third term its governor nnd will
make an olllclnl announcement soon.
President Pnrdo of Peru hns signed
tho lnw approving tho contract with'
Henry MacOougall for tho construe-'
tlon of a railroad between Limn and
Cnptnln Kurml, who commnnded tho
Japanese naval guns nt the slego of
Port Arthur, has been appointed naval'
attache at the legation of Japan lit St;
The fall of Count Vorontzoff-Dash-Jtoff,
Viceroy of the Caucasus, whoso
weak-kneed policy Is held responsible
for tho provnlllng anarchy In tho Cau
casus, Is announced.
General Llncvltch reports to St.
Petersburg the existence of 220 cases
of Siberian plague In the army. Tho
total number of sick in the hospital!
Is 744 ofllcers and 14,282 men.
The Internal reventio report for
190G shows that the business of tho'
Phlllpplno Islands amounted to S105,
000,000 In gold. Tho amount of taxes'
collected was $4,000,000 In gold.
Poltnvntsky, tho youth of Moscow
who on June 15, 1005, attempted to
assasslnato General Trepoff, has been!
condemned to five years' Imprison
ment, without loss of civil rights.
Sarah Jones, a scvcnty-yeur-old wo-l
man, was convicted of murder In the
first degree at Philadelphia, for tho
killing of her foster daughter's child
within n few hours after it was born.
After a run, tho Columbia Hanking
and Trust company of Charleston, S.
C., closed Its doors, and tho directors!
mado a general assignment of property,
and' assets for tho benefit of creditors.
A coroner's Jury at San Francisco,
In the Inquest over tho three men who
wero killed recently on tho transport
Meade, found a verdict of accidental
death caused by Inhaling poisonous
Jim Cotton, a negro, wns shot to
death at Elmavlllo, AIu., by a mob of
white men. Cotton was accused of
shooting at Jim Philips, a guano sales
man, who had administered a thrash
ing to Cotton.
At nickmor's Bhlp yard In Bremer
hnven Inst week there was launched
tho biggest sailing ship In tho world.
The length of tho craft Is 438 feet and
her breadth 54 feet, and she Is of 8,000
Governor Stokes of Now Jersey hns
graried M,rs. Antoinette Tolln, tiro
Haokonsack murderess, a further re
prlovo of sixty days In order to allow
her counsel to present further evi
dence for a new trial.
A pttnltlvo expedition has captured
a largo band of revolutionists In tho
Dclilen cstato In tho vicinity of Riga.
Fifteen of them have been tried by
court-martial and shot. Tho others
wore Hogged with knouts.
Special Investigation of the affairs
of tho Equitable Life Insurance soci
ety within n year have cost that coN
poratlon more than $300,000, according
to a statement authorized by Putil
Morton, president of tho Equitable.
President W. G. Tight of tho New
Mexico university was seriously In
jured at Albuquerque, by an explosion
of gasollno while experimenting In tho
laboratory. Ono of his nrms was torn
off and ho wns otherwlso horribly
Many Jows nt Kleff have received by
mall sentences of death in tho name
of tho pan-Russian leaguo In defence
of tho holy cross. A great panic pre
vails among tho Jewish population,
who nro expecting n rcnownl of tho
Flro broke out In Mttleton, W. Va
an oil town, and beforo It could bo
extinguished nearly every business
hotiso wns destroyed, about 800 of tho
1,500 Inhabitants wero without homes
nnd a financial loss of moro than $200,
000 was sustained.
Mount Vesuvius volcnnlc activity
continues. Streams of lava havo In
vaded tho railroad track at threo
points, and It Is threatened at a fourth
point. The station of tho Funicular
railway Is nlBO threatened, and that,
lino of transit has been stopped.
Roy Mendcnhnl shot nnd killed Mrs.
Eva Kennedy, his fiancee, nnd then'
fatally wounded himself, at Dayton,
Ohio. Tho couple had quarreled over
Mrs. Kcunedy's request for a few
days' postponement of their marriage
which had boon set for Wednesday
Major General Ixionnrd Wood Is
preparing for Held maneuvers ns soon
as the additional regiments being
Bent to tho Islands nrrlvo. Tho opera
tions will extend over tho larger part
of tho Island of Luzon, so as to tit
tho troops for possible servlcq In
DEATH SEEMED NEAR.
How a Chicago Woman Found Help
When Hope Was Fast Fading
Mrs. E. T. Gould, 911 W. Lako
Street, Chicago, III., says: "Doan's
Kidney Pills nro nil that saved mo
from death of Ilrlght's Disease, that
1 know. I had
cyo trouble, back
ache, c n I c h o n
when lying abed
or when bonding
over, wns languid
and often dizzy
and hnd sick
pnlns. Tho kid-
IW I, noy secretions
I ' wero to copious
nnd frequent, nnd very bad In appear
ance. It was In 1003 that Donn'B Kid
ney Pills helped mo so quickly and
cured mo of thoso troubles and I'vo
been well over since."
Sold by nil dealers. GO cents a box.
Foster-Mllburn Co., Uuffalo, N. V.
Relief for Earache.
Earacho Is ono of the most distress
ing ailments of childhood. Heat, per
haps, gives ns much relief as any an
plication. Tho car may bo gently
tlllod with water ns hot as can be
borne, poured In with a teaspoon.
Tho child should Ho with tho affected
ear uppermost and after a chort time
turn on that side and let tho water
run out. Sometimes n small mus
tard plaster behind the car stops the
pain. It should bo left on only a few
Catch Frogs for Market.
Several young men of Clyde, Pa,
noar Philadelphia, havo "been engag
ed In catching and Bhlpplng frogs to
tho city market. Tho business pays
thoso engaged In It from $5 to $9 a
day. From sixty to 180 pounds of
frogs' legs can bo secured dally,
which can be readily sold for fifteen
cents a pound.
Sly Crack at the Librettist..
When n man gets off as his own
a Joke ho rend In n paper, without
tolng caught, ho thinks he ought to
write a comic opera. New York
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An Englishman's Testimony, Showing HBV
How Brave They Are. J - HBV
When Great Britain took Wcl-Hal- H
Wet on tho contt of China, she pur
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a company of nnttvo soldtors, with
British officers In command, snys HH
Mary Porter Gamowcll, In The Cbau-
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Chlncso Imporlrl army In hard-fought HH
battles around Tientsin and finally H
stormed and took tho city In tho sum- H
mor of 1000, preparatory to tho H
murch on Peking, the Chinese troops, H
officered by British gentlemen, fought H
shoulder to shoulder with tho Brit
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talking carelessly madn tho usual B
claim that tho Chlncso nro cowards, H
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that valiant band of British-uniform H
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Chinese troops In British uniform H
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