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T-V-Z-V Addrexa THUS fuPMia. TH1LA.. PA. DEBS IS AGAIN FEEE.
'.MANY FRIENDS MEET HIM AT
Given a Great Ovation at Chicago
ITorne to the Central Muisic Hull on
tI:o Shoulders of Four Men His
Speech Ksccived with Applause.
Inlor Leader Talks.
n'l 'iif V. IMs spoke in Central Music
Hall, Chicago, the nilit following his
rI-Msc from to an ainlienc' that
taxo'J fh stM ti 11.4 ami stantlini; rapacity
of tho hall. Most of the leailin lalor or
janiations were represent'! anl the re
ception aecor'le.l to the leader of the
American Kail way Tnion was enthusias
tic in th" extreme. Kiht carloads of
!!' frie:i:!s went to Woo.ls(ock t grroot
.izn on his release from jail, and several
h vis in "! men were at the station of the
year was $S7,4S2,0S2, of which $G5,161,.
007 were original deposits and $22,321,
022 were redoposits.
The classification of the original de
posits of gold was: Domestic bullion,
$-14,371.940; worn, uncurrent nnd mu
tilated pold coins, .S1SS,2."S; foreik'u bull
ion and coin, $10.3t7.O49; gold plate,
jewelry, etc.. J?3 213.s).
The value of the silver deposited lur
ins the fiscal year was $ir.714,3Go, of
which $irt2:i4,7(H) were original deposits
and $479, W"; redeposits. The value of
the deposits of domestic silver bullion at
the mints during the fiscal year was ?S,-
N4.r(k. ami worn nnd mutilated domes
tic coins at silver dollar value $.'1,S99.
V. foreign bullion and coin ! 1,780,112::.
old plate, jewelry, etc.. J?7rilMMil.
Tlie ciinase by the mints during the
year was: tlold. 2S4::.!.":i.47r: silver dol
lars. $:.9."r.(Ul; subsidiary silver coins,
$.".11:5.409; minor coins, $712,094; a total
coinage of $."k,71.V49. In addition to
the coinage executed by the mints during
the year, gold bars were manufactured
of the value of $43.1 :',7. and silver
bars of the value of $10.341.." b".
The average London price of silver
bullion during the year was 29 pence,
equivalent to f3.S cents. The highest
price of silver during the year was S
cents and the lowest price T9.S cents. At
the average price of silver bullion during
the fiscal year, the ratio of gold to silver
was 1 to 32..", and the bullion value of a
t'nited States silver dollar was $l.49.1'S.
The total earnings of the mints and as
say otlices during the year was $2.SS,
372. and the total expenditures $1,1.".
43.". showing the net earnings from all
sources to have been $i2.93;.
i:t ;i;nk v. hki:s.
CANAL MUST WAIT.
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report
Mysteries of Chemistry. New Irish Teer.
Morphia suspends the activity of the j David Pliinkotr, member of parlia
perve centers. Hut how? What cheiu- ! men t for Dublin University, who has
leal or molecular change takes place ' just been raised to tli peerage, though
in the tissues? How is it that the slight- ! not a wealthy man. has proUably more
morphia molecule radically alters its
effect? The physician cannot telL The
salts of potassium and of sodium are
mono,- standing in his name than any
single private citizen in the world. lie
is truse for many rich people, includ
ing the (Juiuesses. and generally holds
almost exactly similar. Yet a minute in that capacity from $i.u.ooo.mo to
Northwestern IJoad when the train, bear
In.; D-'os an-I his friends, arrived at 7:30
k. The reception given Debs as he
5?."pp.l ;'ro:n the train bordered on the
friit:. Hundreds of men pushed ami
struggled to get a grasp of his hand,
tn.ir'.y of them hujrired Jiini. and some
went to the length of kissing him. Final
ly h" was tossed up to the shoulders of
fvjr men and followed ly a dense throng
that never for one instant stopped its
shouts and cheers, he was escorted to the
hall, about a mile distant. The warmth
of t !"." reception given him at the depot 1
was repeated when he enter, d the hall, !
the exception that the men were un
ab! to get dose to hint and contented
themselves with cheering and waving
thir hats. The speech delivered by
Deb' was received with givai applause
by th audience.
IL" commenced by saying that in the
light of recent judicial proceedings he
Great Xicnraiinii I'rojcct Given a
According to the New York Herald a
serious blow has been dealt the Nioa
raguan Canai Company's project for the
construction of a waterway cross the
Isthmus by the report of the Nicaraguan
Canal commission. Inevitable delay and
a further and more thorough investiga
tion of the entire subject are declared to
he necessary before even the engineering
feasibility of any canal across Nicaragua
can be decided upon. The report is at
such variance with the numerous rumors
and predictions which have from time to
time been published concerning it that it
will cause great surprise and disappoint
ment among those win have hoped for a
generally favorable rejMirt, and who have,
therefore, placed credence iu these ru
mors, which usually stated "on the high
est authority" that the commission fa
vored the route proposed by the com
pany and placed the cost of the canal at
The report points out that it is neither
practicable mr advisable to attempt tho
construction of the Nicaragua Canal up
on the data at present available, and that
quantity of the former, injected into a
vein, will paralyze the heart and de
stroy life, while the latter may be turn
ed into the circulation wholesalo with
no bad result Why Is it? Why U so
simple a substance as pnissic acid so
deadly a poison? A thousand of such
questions may be asked. None of them
can yet be answered. We know that
these things do thus and -so. How they
do it we do not know; but until we do
medicine will scarcely become an ex
act science. That we shall one day at
tain such knowledge Ls confidently to
be expected. That must be the work
of chemistry; and when we remember
that science of chemistry Is scarcely
more than a century old, and when we
consider the bewildering scope and im
portance of its achievements in that
century, it is surely not too much to
hope great things from its future labors.
Butterflies lor the Hair.
The silversmiths report a big run on
the enameled and jeweled bodies of
butterflies. These ornaments have an
arrangement at the back which per
mits the ribbon wings of the color of
the gown. The demure maid who
clings to her crimpless part, and coils
her hair very high on her head may
thrust one of these butterflies in at
the back of the part and so relieve its
severity. She may even go further and
fill her hair with very small enameled
ami jeweled butterfly and flower pins,
and so obtain an effect altogether Japanese.
DEBS' II EL EASE FROM THE WOODSTOCK JAIL
s jd stripped of his constitutional rights
is a free man, and shorn of the most
sacred prerogative of American citizen
ship; and what was true of himself was
true of every other citizen who had the
temerity to protest against corporation
rule or the question of the absolute sway
of the money power. It was not the law
nor the administration of law of which
he complained. It was the flagrant vio
.tio:i of the constitution, the total abro
gation of law, and usurpation of judicial
and despotic power by virtue of which
he and his colleagues were committed to
jail against which lie entered his protest,
in.l my honest analysis of the proceed
ings must sustain the haggard truth of
the indictment. He had been denied trial.
H was charged now with conspiracy,
ind if guilty should go to the penitentiary.
He wanted to be tried by a jury of his
peers, and all he asked was a fair trial
and no favor. (The conspiracy case is
still undisposed of in the Tinted States
MONEY SYSTEM IS BAD.
"Director of the Mint Sayn SensiJilc
Currency Legislation In Needed.
The director of the mint has submitted
his report to the Secretary of the Treas
ury. Mr. I'reston, in a review of the
monetary legislation of the count ry. states
that the real demonetization of silver
fotk place in 1."3. when the weight cf
'he divisional coins was reduced about 7
-i. r en. This, he says, was not an :nri-
leu ..r si si oversight: it was expressly de
clared in the House of Kepreseutativt s
that the intention was to make gold the
s 'e standard of value i:i birg- tr;i:c :. -1
i;ns. and silver, subservient to it. for
unall ones. The act of 1S73, lie says.
.v;is only nominal.
In his report tic director of the mint
says that the result of the currency legis
lation of the Ciiitcd States for over a
hundred years lias been such as to leave
an incoherent monetary system, as in
consistent, illogical and expensive as can
will be imagined, that inspires little con
hdenec at home and is not conducive to
our credit abroad, and its reform is one
of the most important and urgent political
and tinancin! questions of the hour.
He says that on the date of .Inly 1,
1S7'.. the date of the resumption of specie
payments, the only currency, except coin
certificates, required to be redeemed in
g !d coin was the S3 M.tJXl.OlC, legal ten
ter notes then outstanding, which the
then Secreiary of the Treasury was of
the opinion that ai gold reserve of JjUOo,
04Mj,tlWj would bo sufficient to maintain,
but the paper currency redeemable on
presentation has been increased to the
extent of $b "t,'X '.O.tKK issued in payment
of the silver bullion purchased under net
of July 14, lS'.M). Hesides these, there
wen- outstanding Nov. 1, is;.', $.T53,4rC,
U3 in silver certificates, and as the act of
July 11, 1S!0, declared it "to bo the es
tablished policy of the Knifed States to
maintain the two metals at parity with
each other," there was now a total of
$S'Jl,2-M..r:;2 resting on the basis of the
gold reserve of m,m,m.
The value of the gold deposited at tho
mints and assay otlices during the fiscal
j the undertaking would be fraught with
hazards too obvious to disregard. That
the necessary knowledge may be had of
the physical and topographical conditions
affecting the construction and mainten
ance of a canal across Nicaragua, upon
which to form a final judgment as to
the feasibility, permanence and cost, the
commission recommends an appropria
tion by Congress of $3Ti0 N.M) for extensive
additional surveys and examinations, cov
ering a period of eighteen months.
With the data at hand, however, the
commission makes a provisional estimate
of the cost of $133,472.S03, or nearly
double that of the Maritime Canal Com
pany unconditional estimate of $00,
StM.fM). The commission makes its es
timate "provisional,' for the commission
ers say the existing data are inadequate
as a basis for estimating the cost of many
structures. Some portions of the work
may cost more, others less. The report
says the official estimate by the company
of $t'',S'3,t;t',0 is insufficient for the work;
that "in several important cases the
quantities must be greatly increased, and
in numerous cases the unit prices do not
make proper allowance for the difference
in cost of work between the United
States and Nicaragua."
The general trend of the entire report is
certainly very unfavorable to the canal
ci utpnny. The commission lefrnm from
j any direct criticism of the company's
. 11 "!' i. niinn.i uiui cer-
ta;n features, which the company has
persisted in assuring the public through
'onvress w ere kn .wii to be absolutely
safe and feasible, if put in execution
might jeopardize the practicability of the
whole system, e.nd possibly destroy for
ever the hope of a canal by means ot the
San Juan Kiver and Lake Nicaragua.
POSTAL REVENUES GAINING.
Postmaster Cvncral, in His Ifcoort,
Says the Increase Js Noted.
Postmaster ('enerul Wilson has made
his first annual report to the President.
The receipts of the postolfice department
for the year ending June 3, lSfK, were
.$7.17L'I'.H, and the expenditures !?S(,
7m ,172. It is gratifying, says the report,
that a large portion of the deficiency oc
curred in the first quarter of the year and
that revenues are increasing with return
ing prosperity. Mr. Wilson estimates the
revenue for the year ending June 30,
181)7. at $s;.7.3.120, and the expenditures
at J?;t.Sl7,!MMi. the difference to be made
up by Congressional appropriation.
The postmaster general refers to the
growth of the free delivery service and
says he believes it is good policy for Con
gress nnd for this department to foster
the extension of this service by judicious
administration. Mr. Wilson reiterates the
necessity for legislation to punish train
wrecking and obstruction to mails urged
by his predecessor, recommends legisla
tion authorizing the use of private postal
cards, and says that the civil service rules
should be extended wherever practicable.
The letters in the various alphabets
of the world vary from twelve to 102 in
number. The Sandwich Islanders' al
phabet has twelve, the Tartarian 2i2.
' For years I had suf
fered from falling of the
200,m; ,, worth of securities
We offer One Hundred Dollars Howard fr
any cae of Catarrh thnt cannot be cured by
Hall's Catarrh Cure.
P. J. CÜEXEY t CO.. rrnnc . Tn!r.. O
Vv, tl:9 undersigned, have known F.J.Cheney
for the last 15 yeara. and believe him perfectly
honrab' m all business transactions and lir.an-
iMalrV at.! to carry out any obligation madu by
West & Truax. "Wholesale Dr,!"L'ist. Toledo. O.
Walcllnj. KlmiHii iw Man in. tiulcsale l.rug
gitt. Toledo, Ohio.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internallv. ptin
directly upon the blood and mucous urfacos of
the system, price 75 per bottle. Sold Ly all
Drusjibits. Testimonials lrea.
The best foreign fur for hat-making
Is produced in northern climates. Rus
sia, Sweden. Norway, and the domin
ion of Canada, together with Siberia.
are said to produce the best felling
I Mick Ingham's Dye for the Whiskers is
tho best, handiest, safest, surest, cleanest,
most economical ard satisfactory dye ever
invented. It is the gentlemen's favor.te.
A mistake will attract attention to r.s
when a virtue wouldn't.
T'iso's Cure for Consumption cured a
case of 1'noumonia after the fa mil v doc
tor gave up all hope. - M. V. Mcl3.wes.
THE Al"RMOTOR CO. does half th iror!n
windmill bualnmfl, because it b&a reduced the coat ot
Kind poirer to 10 what It wai It hx rnanj branch
bouses, and fuppiiM Its coods and repairs
at four door, it can and does furnish a
. better article ror lri money than
'others. It makes pumping and
i Geared, Steel, Galvanized after
I Completion Windmills. TilUne
PVo ri-euieei iowfrs,suii cimsaw
Frames. Steal Fsod Cutters and Feed
Grlndprs. On application It rlll name ore '
fit of the articles that It will furnish until
January lt at 13 the uual pric It also makes 1
Tanks and Pumps of all klntis. Send for catalogue. )
Factory: 12th, Rockwell cad Fiilmcre Streets, Cblct; i
BEST IX THE WORLD.
FIT". All ritsHtoppr d free by !r. Kline's Oi e t
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eJous cures. Treatise and fJ.oO trial hottle tree to
Tit cases. Send to Lr. Kline. 11 Arch St.. l'hila. l'a.
Mr. Winslow' Soothing Stkcp for CtiiMren
teething; softens the gunin, reduces inflammation,
ali paiu, eure wind coUc. centa a bottle.
Brings comfort and improvement and
tends to personal enjoyment when
rightly used. The many,"wlio live bet
ter than others and enjoy life more, t ith
less expenditure, by more promptly
adapting the world' best products to
the'necus of physical bein, will attest
the value to health of the pure liquid
laxative principles embraced in the
remedy, Syrup of Figs.
Its excellence is due to its presenting
in the form most acceptable and pleas
ant to the taste, the refreshing and truly
beneficial properties of a perfect lax
ative; effectually cleansing the system,
dispelling colds, headaches and fevers
and permanently curing constipation.
It has given satisfaction to millions and
met with the approval of the medical
profession, because it acts on the Kid
neys, Liver and Bowels without weak
ening them and it is perfectly free from
every objectionable substance.
Syrup of Figs is for sale by all drug
gists in 50c and $1 bottles, but it is man
ufactured by the California Fig Syrup
Co. only, whose name is printed on every
package, also the name, Syrup of Figs,
and being well informed, you will not
accept any substitute if offered.
THH RISING SUN
STOVE POLtrH la
cak.es for general
blacking of a stove.
THH SUN PASTB
POLISH for a ouiclc
applied and pol
ished with a cloth,
Mors Bros., Props., Canton, Mat.. U.K. A
Mr. I). M. Cobb, of 14 t'nion
avenue. Kansas City, Mo., under
date of .Tune 10, 1J., says: "For a
number of years I have suffered
from constipation in its severest
form. My liver failing to act for a
week. I have tried uny number of
specifies and have also had
physicians prescribe for me. but
ouly received temporary relief.
Purins the early part of the past
winter I had my attention called
to Ripaus Tabules by a small siga
on a telegraph pole, which said
'One gives Relief.' I procured a
box and was at onee attracted by
the neat form in which they were
put up. Before I had taken half
a dozen doses I began to feel the
good effect, especially from the paia
I would suffer when my liver was
trying to act. I have now taken
three boxes and have no more
trouble. My bowels act regular
and free and as a result my health
is much improved.
(Signed) D. M. CORB."
Rtr-atis TabulP are sold by flrujrylsts. or tj mall tf
the price (50 cents a box) i s?nt to Hie Klran bemW
cal Company, No. 10 Spruce Street. New York. Sampl
rial. 10 cent.
J$ ,k&Wt JS'y City' Nert
k. AWwYnni''.to Jersey.
the stomach, and
weakness of the
I used Lydia
found a perfect
rtire in it for
a inesc irouoie. '
:.J II.. . T
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fect digestion, complete absorption and health
ful regularity. Tor Ihn cure of alt disorders ot
the Stomach, Rowels, Kidneys, Rladder, Ner
vous Diseases, Plies,
All Disorders of the Liver.
IfT Full printed directions in each box; 26
cents a box. Sold by all druggists.
KADWAY & CO., Ni;w YORK.
Is a prize fighter and champion in every contest with 2
It knocks oat in every round, and on it; belt is written ö
"I CURE." g
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The Volume of The Companion for 1896 the 70th year of its publication will give weekly entertainment
and instruction in abundance for every member of the family.
The Lord Chief Justice of Eng
land and Judge Olirer Wendell
Holmes have contributed articles
of national importance, together
with xhose by Hon. Thoma3 B.
Reed and Justin McCarthy, M. P.
Serial Stories. Cabinet Ministers,
Four Fascinating Serial Stories
have been selected from the large
number offered, with the following
titles: "The Ventriloquist," "In the
Clutch of the Tsar," " Rosamond's
Violin" and "In Indian Meadow."
Popular articles on subjects of
nnusual interest are written by
Hon. Hoke Smith, Sec'y of the Inte
rior; Hon. H. A. Herbert, Sec'y ot
the Navy ; Hon. J. Sterling Morton,
Sec'y of Agriculture.
More than 200 Famous JVen and Women have contributed to the next Volume of The Companion.
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Tho great success of the chocolate preparations of
'J the house of Walter Baker & Co. (established
in 1780) has led to the placing on the market
many misleading and unscrupulous imitations
of their name, labels, and wrappers. Walter
Baker & Co. aro the oldest and largest manu
facturers of pure and high-grade Cocoas and
Chocolates on this continent. No chemicals aro
used in their manufactures.
Consumers should ask for, and bo sure that
ZZ3&& they get, the genuine Valter Baker & Co.'s goods.
WALTER BAKER & CO., Limited,
Ji Successfully Prosecutes Claims.
I LatPrloclaixamlar U.S. Ponalon Buraau.
3 jraialast war. IS adj udicatiiig claims, attjauiccb
C. N. U.
y f plt a5 say 7?a saw tho advertisement
Ln t!i uaoer.
Scott's Emulsion makes cod-liver oil taking next
thing to a pleasure. You hardly taste it. The stom
ach 1 cnows nothing about it it does not trouble you
there. You feel it first in the strength that it brings:
it si lows in the color of the cheek, the rounding of the
angles, the smoothing of the wrinkles.
It is cod-liver oil digested for you, slipping as easily
into the blood and losing itself there as rain-drops lose
themselves in the ocean.
What a satisfactory thing this is to hide the odious
taste of cod-liver oil, evade the tax on the stomach
take health by surprise. '
There is no secret of what it is made of the fish-fat
taste is lost, but nothing is lost but the taste.
Perhaps your druggist has a substitute for Scott's Emulsion.
Isn't the Standard all others try to equal the lest for you to buy
50 cents and $1.00 All Druggists
SCOTT & B0WNE
Chemists - - New York
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that you have
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tions of the
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The merits of
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