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sultan otH" ln th0
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vovlnB, omUH T1,lnmn' ,8 ,m
Ala rccovi. 'Plrc "'ttalncU of
The claim "B
nam lindl Stry ' (Mm. I'uU
mer husband, Lon) against licr for
has ben,8rtUe fM "1)0. for ,000,
,. Jkw,r $5,000,
At Purely, My '
of a hotel hot B' M H,,lr ProPrlctor
nnd then killed ,n'1 killed hlB wlfo
troubles mused M himself. Domestic
A combination W t
lng Interests on Wot tho boat build.
slppl livers, wIlW'o 01ll nnd Mltsls.
' 15 000000 Is lie'B a capitalization .of
- AbrL's. uMnR ('rKnnlz'J-
Now YcMt, nml'tt, formor mayor of
sentathiAln cofor many years rcpro-
I 8lBt year,.aJtCP'8'-e8s. is dead, in his
PML-. Laura KostciW days' illness.
crnor Charles . mother of former Gov.
dead, aged 1'1V. Foster of Ohio, is
founded Fosto0f years. Her husband
Its name. 'a. an'l from him It took
Oklahoma h'ompson n. Ferguson of
t foot on the W s set down his olllclal
who attend "so of bloomers by girls
't instltutionsl'O Territorial educational
A Dill W
Missouri l"8 l,epn Introduced in tho
whipping ''glsluture establishing a
Ub purposti'081 Another bill nas for
penalty fif tno abolition of tho 5eatb
The orr 'a'Jcr-
gns l08tlcln flKurt-"' she 4714 per.
houses J their lives, nnd that 33,112
tho reciiierc destroyed as n result ol
llUBSlanr1 carthmmkes at Andljan,
marIncT,1,cti tno 'nventor of the sub.
who, nHyPcdo l)0it bearing his name,
rccentl)(anno,tncel January 12th, was
insane confined In an asylum for tho
The " Paris ,s "cad.
pared agricultural bill has been pro.
rlcul'y tno l'U8o committee on og.
IC.Ofp"' W carries approximately
gMtJp()000, or about caovoo-iiiuns-tnmr-
ImSf crown princess of Saxony nnd
jftfipplron, with whom she eloped, hao
nrfflyetl at Mcntone, France, and in-
Mcnti to stay two months. They havo
jjljtalten tho name of M. and Mme. Andro
F Two battalions of tho foreign lc
JF clon, stationed In Algeria, have been
ordered to be In readiness to proceed
JF to tho Moroccan frontier. TliO'tryop3
F are being equipped for nctlvo service
in the. field.
Tho American consul In Algeria,
Donnoll Kidder, says tno report clrcu.
lated In London that his wlfo was
assaulted and robbed by footpads was
exaggerated, and tho incident was
An explosion of n gas main In tho
business center of Jollet, Ills., wrecked
Zelgort's barber shop and Injured two
barbers. Scores of people had narrow
escapes; A thrco-story business block
nearby ls In a partial stato of collapse.
Four-kegs of powder exploded ln a
Slav boarding house In Windbor, Pa.
Six Slavs who aro believed to bo mor
tally Injured woro seated together In
a room, and It ls said that ono of them
was endeavoring to dry a quantity of
According to a Honolulu dispatch,
tho Hawaiian Exhibit association is
preparing to ask tho legislature for an
appropriation of $50,000 for an exhibit'
at the, St. Louis exposition. About
$20,000 9)11 bo spent on a building, ac
cording to present plans,
Whllo nttomptlng to arrest n negro
desperado, Will Davis, at Pacolot
Mills, 8. O., Oniccr Jacob Smith wns
shot to death. Davis escaped, but tho
entlro community Is' looking for
him and a lynching Is feared if ho is
A plan of S. T. Harensld, a Hun.
garlan student at Tiffin, O., to organ,
izo his countrymen ln tho United
States Into Christian associations,
under tho direction of tho Reformed
church, was adopted by tho board of
Tho onjployraont of small girls at
, night lu tho Bilk mills of Scrauton,
Pa., has boon stoppod. Tho owners
ot tho, big mills havo postod notices
at the various plants ordering tho
email "girls who hnvo boon working
at night to report for day duty.
Tim JuwycirH for thu anthraclta
coal ogoj.ijorH and for tho mine,
worknry who' are now In Philadelphia
in attejuhincQ on the strlko eommin.
Hlon.hjdrnrte d a ,1111 jffiiltlijKjtta
ages forjilhlVen to work fn'or'nbout
coal mines' ami In mills nnd factories.
Thf Aftuto km In uniilon but nitron minutes,
when adjournment wtw taken until.: p m .
when a Joint oevtlon ot both house wni held
to har,the governor 8 tncj,soi;e The mensRe
wt an unusually lonir ono The gv ernor bo
gn reading at 2 15 lie read rapidly nnd dis
tinctly and finished at 3 IV, having consumed
one hour and twenty-live niltmtes
Following aro tho recommendations of Gov
ernor Wells to the legislature Not to puss
too many new laws, lo atrrudhencodo against
anarchy; to safeguard tho lHox ot miners; lo
trust senatorial elections to popular vote, to
lncreao the revenue or reduce the expenses of
tho state; to dcQno existing water rights to
consolidate the school districts In ench county i
to provide for a state medical Inspector, not to
favor too many forest resorrcs, to locreaso ap
propriation for state unheralty and Atirlcul
tural college, to provide generously for stato
schools; ttfcnlarge and Improve tho stato In
sane asylum, to provide for a National Guard
armory, to further Improve Agricultural park,
to make an appropriation for representation at
the ht. Louis exposition; to errata a state
board of lhe stock commissioners; to Increaso
the salaries of the supremo and district Judges,
to promote the work of the geological survey
to establish experimental farms; to tlx mail
mum transportation rates for railroads; to
provide for a curfew law
In the house a motion lo appropriate 1150 to
pay for subscriptions to tno dally newspapers,
one morning and one ctcnlng, foi each member
Sesatk Senator llamberger Introduced a
bill which provides for treatment at county
expense In a gold cure Institution of any In
ebrlato on whoso behalf n petition Is signed by
n friend or relathe The benefits apply to
victims of tho morphine, opium or other drug
habits, as well as to tho victims of strong
Senator II S I.arkcn Introduced a measure
Intended to restrict tho sale of alcoholic liquors
In the vicinity of construction camps
Other bills Introduced were ono npproprlat.
lng nvoiio for tbo expenses of tho legislature,
two Intended to modify the tuxntlon laws so
that settlers who aro buying land from tho
state on tho Instalment plan will not bo taxed
onthclrcqultylntholund until It Is ull paid
for, and ono proilding for an enabling net uu
thorlilng cities aud towns to condemn property
needed for municipal waterworks systems.
Tho lastnnmed was cvohed out of tho needs of
the city of Ogden, as developed In the centre
ersy between tbo city and its private water
( Chairman fjjrsenof the rules committee pro
scnted the report of that body, providing for
the continuance without rhango of tho rules
under which tho last senate worked.
HocsE-Ocotgo Austin of Utah county In
troduced bouho bill No. I, appropriating IA0C0
to pay the salaries and contingent expenses of
the legislature The ruks were suspended and
tho bill w, passed The senate bill to tho
same effect came In later, and was passed
Kepresentatne Harrett Introduced houso bill
3 This prohibits thestorlngot cxplosUes
underground ln mines. Tho penalty U a fine
of not less thun 1100 nor moro than ?jjo.
SrNATE-The cnato was In session Just ten
Sal si"- n1"11" """ to thoclerk-s
lMl. i . . r,apPrtlon thestatonsto legls-
latlve districts to appropriate JA0.000 for new
? """"'O'-r"" Cedar City; nnd to
prohibit storing of powder tt,,d explosives ln
IIousk In tho house the lady member, Mrs,
Coulter, offered a Joint resolution to prevent
tho printing of duplicate bills In the house and
senate, which was referred to the committee
Dills wcro presented amending section 1005
of tho statutes; prohibiting the sale of liquor
near public works und railroad ramps; to
amond tho free text-book law to provide for
tho uVTolntmcnt of nn Inspector of metallifer
ous mines nnd for tho protection of life, hoalth
and property In tho mines Tho bills wore
referred to committees
SKNA-iE-Scnator Whltmore Introduced wit
ato bill No. II. entitled, "an act to prohibit tho
payment of mileage, to membtrs of tho lcglsln
turn und Btnto officials for distances traveled
for which the officials uso passes or other
A concuncnt resolution was adopted provid
ing for an executive meskenger to be appointed
by do crnor Wells
lloitsK Hills introduced: lly Condon, fot
memorial to ci rgr ss In fnnr of government
coal mines; bj 1 va ,h, making chief of police
andurpoluthouiuolnnll cities; by Cahoou,
amending tho liquor law, by Urlnk, raising the'
maximum school ugc.
The somite concurrent resolution providing
for an executive messenger to bo appointed by
dotrruor Wells was adopted.
,1 miliary HI,
Senate -WIN weto Introduced und referred
to tho proper lominlltces to exterminate grass
hoppers; to enlurgo tho stato llsh hatchery,
and to license, dogs und provide for payment ol
dumngos for sheep killed by dogs.
Tho report of tho judiciary committee In
fuor of the passiigo of tho Whltmore bill
umondlng tho stato land laws wus mloptcd and
thu bill llled for second reading
HousK-ln tho hou,o Mr Ilunloy Introduced
H 11. No. lif, authorizing thu statu bourd of
land commissioners to muko loans on stock
and bonds of Irrigation compunlcs; Mr. Haw
ley ulso introduced u bill to malto u lino as well
ui imprisonment the penalty for grand larcenv.
Reformers Object to Mouse-killing
Referring to tho ptoposed mouso
lUHIng contest In Stamford, Conn.,
which It is proposed to malto a feature
of a cat uhoiv, John l. Haines, presi
dent of tho Society for tho Prevention
of Cruelty to Animals, said: "This pro
posed exhibition of cruelty, if R la
serlotiBly proposed to brlng'lt off will
be Htoppc.il, Tho Connecticut law on
tho subject Is clear;nnd women who
piomutoVmidi un affair render thorn,
selves liable to arrest."
Rebate of Duties on Coal.
Tho bill repoited from tho ways and
means committee to provldo for a rc
bato of thu duties on foreign coal for
a petlod of ono year, wan passed In
Blunt oi dm- by tho house Wednesday
by pp'ttknlly n unanimous vote, 2C8
The Honato ttctud piomptly on the
house In providing icoatoa ofjhu duty
on (ml and iiasuqil 'it unanimoiiHly.
wltlioju duljatoa fj' minutes "after It
wns lirmght (iter from Uic hoiiBo.
WHEN BACKS ARE BAD.
Bad backs Mfc '
xo caused by 4
elek kidneys. fefeTT
Mot back- V4 f IV
acho pains j&Riry
aro kidney 4' ""N.
Backache ls vj ill
tho first Gjjf ' y,y J
symptom of vS JP f
kidney dlsor- f
Neglect tho toflHsflli
tho back, Be- SMalsB
rlous troubles follow
It's only a Bhort step to urinary
derangements diabetes, dropsy,
Read how to be cured:
CASK NO. 24,013. Mr. Joseph
Calmes, foreman of tho Harter mlllSf
Fostorla, O., sayB "1 Just as ardently
recommend Doan's Kldnoy l'llls today,
and It is the month of October, 1899.
as I did ln tho summer of 189G, when;
after taking a coarse of the treatment,
they cured mo of kidney complaint
nnd backache, which was often so
acuto that I was unable to sleep at
night and had dlfuculty in remaining
on my feet all day. I am still free
f'om tho lumbago or any annoyance
from my kidneys, and unhesitatingly
declaro that 1 am only too pleased to
roendorso my opinions of Doan's Kid
A PREE3 TRIAL of this great kid
ney medicine rnlch cured Mr. Calroe
will bo nailed on application to any
part of Ihe United States. Address
Foster-Mllburn Co , Buffalo, N. Y. For
salo by all druggists, prlco CO cents
per bos. h
A Cure for Warts. . '
Tho following asserted euro , lor
warts Is from the New York Medical
and 8urglcal Journal "We have
found nothing moro generally ' useful
than tho repeated application of tho
end of a bit of wood (c. g., a match J
moistened with acid nitrate of mer
cury, care being taken only to touch
the top of the art and not to let the
fluid run to the sound tissue. The wart
gradually shrivels and finally falls off."
Work of American Atronomer.
Within twenty-five years American
astronomers have won as many an
nual medals of the Royal Astronomi
cal Society of England as astrono
mers of all other countries, except
"Aren't you sometimes a llttlo cod
science-stricken when you think of the
advantages you take of the public?"
"Not at all," answered Senator Sor
ghun. "Look at the men of genius the
public has permitted to stone. Look
at tho heroes whose sacrifices are not
acknowledged even by a tablet of
stone. Any little thing I can do to
ward getting evon with the public
gives me slncore moral satisfaction. I
The Pe-ru-na Almanac.
Tho druggists havo already been
supplied with Perunn almanacs Thero
is sure to bo a great demand for thoso
almanacs on account of tho articles on
astrology which they contain. The
subject of astrology is a very attrac
tive ono to most people. The articles
on astrology In tho Poruna almanac
havo beet, furnished by a very com
potont asirologlst, and tho mental
characteristics of each Blgn is given,
constituting almost a comploto horo
scope. A Hot of questions and answers
on astrology sent free upon request.
Theie will bo a groat rush for these
books, Ask your druggist for one
early before they are all gone.
Nelson's Old Flagship.
Nelson's old ship, the Victory, ia
still to be accessible to tho British
public, although she Is shortly to be
superseded as tho admiral's flajtshlp
Alabastlnc will 1 ut cure smallpox
and other contagious illncmfej, onco
they have fastened their deadly grip
upon their victims. It will do much,
however, toward preventing their
It ls it well rccoRtilited fact thai cer
tain wall coatings do much to haibor
disease germs nnd. propagate name;
that of all covering wall paper It
the most likely to hold the r-erftts of
disease lor montlm and .carn.
There nre well authMiticaied a?p
whoro smallpox, scarlet fever and othur
germs hate Iain donnnut lor yenrs,
1 and have attacked persons afterward
when the paper was removed.
! Kalsomlnes stuck on the wall with
der.tjlng gluo are not much batter
than wall paper with its egetable
Alabastlno ls recommended Rortor
ally by snnltarlnnt-, as a coating for
walls in any stylo of work, as ft ls
perfectly sanitary, Is In the natiire of
a disinfectant, presents n perfectly
hard surface, is manufactured from
a tement base, and does not furnish a
lodgment ground for disease germs.
Years ago these matters received
but llttlo attention, but modern scion
Lets becoming appalled at the sptoad
( of the dread disease smallpox, and
the dlfuculty ln stamping it out, hao
gone to Investigating causes, nnd un
hesitatingly say that Improper wall
coatings havo very much to i'o with
j AlabaRtlne Is recommenied to bo
Used on all Infected walls, to destroy
germs and to get wnlls onco moio ln
1 a healthy condition.
Mixed Bathing to Be Allowed.
Mixed bathing will bo permitted
next ear at the majority of Gor
man seaside rrorts
Ilewuro or Ointments for Catarrh That
As mercury will surely destroy tho senso of
smell nnd complete!) dontngothewhulosvstcin
I when entering It through the mucous surfaces.
I uch articles should never bo umI except on
prescriptions from reputublo phisleliins, as tho
( damage they will do Is tenfold to the good you
1 can possibly derive from them. Hall's CuWrrh
Cure, manufactured by F J Cheney & C..,
. Toledo O . coTitutns no mercury, and Is tnken
ItiUrnully acting directly upon the blood nnd
mucous surfaces of the system In buying
1 Hall s Catarrh Cure be sure you get thegcnulna
It Is tnkrnlntcrnall-.andinaclemTolrilo, Ohio,
I by F.J Cheney & Co. Testimonials free bold
by Druggists, price "to per bottlo.
Ball's Family l'llls urn the best.
After a thirty years' courtship a
couplo, both over fifty, have Just been
married at Leeds, Kngland.
Some English Slang.
"Brightening their Intellect" Is a
Birmingham (England) ouphemism
for violent assan'li on the police.
NO MORE TICKET SCALPING IN
Illinois comes into lino witli New
York end Pennsylvania in vigorous
action against tho ticket scalping
thieves nnd forgets, three buvlng
I been sentenced on Satuidny. In Chi
cago, after a fortnlgdis trial, ono of
whom, profiting by his experience,
pleaded guilty to a second Indictment,
whllo tho trial of the others will
doubtless proceed to nnother convic
tion. Chicago has long been a fnwir
Ito field for ticket speculation, and a
blow against fie tiefarlous practice
could nowheie hnvo been landed more
effectively. Tho persistent ami unit
ed efforts of the leading lallrouds of
the country lo extermlnuto the busi
ness, which Is simply one or petty lar- I
ceny, robbing tho poor and the wage
earners, are bilr.glug most satisfac
tory results, Prom the Brooklyn I
Frst "Dalmatian" Powder.
German newspapers tall attention
to the fiftieth anniversary of bug
powdor, or "Dalmatian" powder, A
German woman named Anna Rosseur
found out tho fatal effects ot chrys
anthemum flowers on insects. Ha"
told a, druggist of hor discovery ml J
the Irfsrrt .powder ttnde is now wort'fc
Many New Stars. I
Within historical times there havo
bcon no fewer than twenty-slx record
ed appearances of now stars. Ono of I
I the most brilliant was that which np
pearetl lit the constellation of ('as I
slopela In 1072. a short tlmo after the
maKsatre of St llnrtholomcw.
Mrs. InsUm's Soothing xyrup
Tor rnllilrra trelbleg. nuflenn tt,e gnnu, rcdi re i In.
fisumstivn slUfM'Slu cre wind colic xicsboUl.
Long Past Century Mark.
In an ottUial mlvertlxcmont pub
llshml In Vienna citing a Baroness
Hciurschelit to declnro hor whero
abouts and appear before a court of I
.aw, It ls mentioned that sho was
born In February, 17HG. I
StopM tho t-onuli anil
Works) Oft'tlio Cold
Trees In England. ',
Christmas trees were unknown In
Knglaud until the rolgn of Queen Vic
torln. Tho first ono -was ornamented
by Prlncu Albert for tho nmttsement
of the Princess Royal nnd tho Prlnco
of Wales, who woro children of 3 aud
4 years old nt that tlmo.
If you want creamery prices do at
thu crenmerles do, uso JUNU TINT
Wireless Telegraphy In Paris.
In I'nrlB It ls proiKised to establish
a central station, from which wlteless
telegraphy will bo used to transmit
the news to subscribers In different
parts of the town. The Societo Finn
calse de Telegraphic SattH Fll bus been
organised with this nnd in view, and
the experimental stations which hnc
been Installed in different pnits of tho
city appear to woik satisfactorily.
I am sure PIso's Cure for Consumption saved
my lite three years ugo Mrs. Titos, ltomuns,
Maple Street. Norwich. N. Y.. Feb 17. 1900.
, In his biography of Alexander Dti
1 mas Horry A. Snurr says that tho Im
provident French author, who hated
marlco, was once waiting In lino for
his cloak 'at a soiree, when he snw a
millionaire gho a tip ot 10 cents to
the servant who handed nut IiIh pale
tot. Duinns. getting his cloak, threw
down n $20 noto. "Pardon, Blr, you
have inado n mistake. I. think," said
the man. offering to return tho note.
"No, friend," answered Dumns, casting
disdainful glance at tho millionaire.
"It ls the other gcutlemnn who has
raodo tho mlBtnke."
intense p.1111 low in tho iuhioiihh f rixillLH
nml in my limbs. At other Unu'I.- , I HH
hud it heavy, depressed feeling ., r H
which ltimlo my work seem twice 1 , J H
ns hard, mul I crow pale mid thin. 1 It- J H
Thu nicdieiiio tho doctor gavo mo j tH
did not tlo 1110 ono hit of good, nnd - J H
I was thoroughly discouraged. Tho I H
doctor wnnlcd 1110 to slop woilc, but "TB
of course, I could not do that I I H
llunllv U'giui to tnko Lydlu 1'. lH
IMiiklmin'tt Vrgetalilo Compound I H
nnd felt iK'ttcrnfU-i' tuking tho ilrst 1 H
bottle, und uftcr tuldng sLx bottles VssiH
I was entirely cured, and am now ,M!M
in ixjrfpct health, nnd I am ko grato- lp?V,sM
ful for it." Miss Gkouoik MKNAits, H
rn7 K. 152nd St., New York City. H
tSOOO forfeit If original of 6 tfr proving' "B
gtnulrttnt $l cannot b0 produce 4. fH
L,vriln i:. IMnklinm'B Vepcfnldo H
Compound cures female Ills w Hon H
ull other means have failed. H
Recommends "Volcano Cellars." ' H
Prof. T A, Jagger, Jr., Harvard, h ,
who has been making Investigations 'Lfl
ot the eruption of Mont Peleo, bellovca ll
that peoplo of volcanic countries can -s
escape destruction by building eel- H
lars or chambors of masonry In which -H
they can sock shelter when the orup- M
lions occur. 'M
1 Why Because 11 v ;
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taJyJ VI IJ. I iWp, II nets gently without unpleasant after-effects. V
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It contains the carminative principles of plants. Hi 'i 'H
nil t I Liiiiiiiiifl
t is pure. It contains wholesome aromatic liquids which nre IH . I ' isH
agreeable nnd refreshing to the taste. I y. h.H
t is gentle. II . M
lis pleasant. J All nre pure. - I M
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t is jrood for children. the originality and simplicity of the combination. .if. r'
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J:yr will prevent blood
CVM poisoning in Outs,
,u Wounds, Soros)
X I X Bruses, and heal
' N them, too. 25 cent3.
Would you have v
TOOTHACHE for 2
15 cents? Our Jap- s-iSa
anese Tooth Acho L y Al
Drops will rid you XT x
of both. X
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JUX PILLSis Health
CcM Insurance for
Vx 25 cents a PoIicy.
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' N worth?
All Lung Diseases rr
start with a cough. XZ,
If you will cough up ri v
a quarter for a hot- vy'1
tie of Dough Balsam x T X
you'll stop coughing , x I
Cv r Japanese OorL Cure
Zjyr will rid you of a
xili dozen CORNS for a
XX quwtor Which do
T X you love the best -'
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PAINFUL PERIODS. . fl
nre ovcrcomo by Liydln IS. IMnk- jNHH
luuu's VeRotublo Compound. f.'flflrMM
Miss lonard o'nretl after doo ,. BRBffi
tors failed to help Iter. . ( IIHH
"l,.Mlln 11. IMiikltnm's Vrn- j H
table Compoiiiiil cured mo niter' ( H
doctors had failed, nnd I want' H
other girls to know about it, Dur- i HH
inic niuustruation I suffered most H
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VotniB or Old who n.rn In 'iflsiiiiH
I Trouble to Consult vis tvt ll
our Oftlco or by Lotier 9
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