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A Collision In Mld-Oooan and a
jl Ilrltlsh Ship and an Unkuown Vessel Col-
IIJp lloth Go to the llottom Lives
Lost Wrecked anil Sixty
ftiu.AiKi.ruiA, Aup. fl. Tho British
ship 1'rince O-scurfrorn Liverpool, Capt.
Jlemlerson, collided in mid-ocean on
Jul-13 with an unknown sailing vessel,
lioth ships sank in less than ten min
utes, blx members of the crow of tho
Prince Oscar and nil on board tho un
known vessel wero lost. Tho survivors,
seventeen In number, were rescued by
the ship Uhwar, after being confined
in an open boat with neither food nor
water for three days. They wero
transferred to the British steamship
C'apac, from l'isaqua, and brought to
this port last night.
Capt Henderson, of tho Prince Oscar,
saul: "On tho night of July 13, when
the collision occurred, I had just turned
in, leaving the deck in charge of tho
chief oftlcer. Tho wind was southeast
and squally, and there was consider
able sea. We wero going along at
possibly six and a half knots an hour,
with everything set. The mate
saw nothing of the approaching ves
sel until she was almost on top of
us, and ho positively asserts that
she was without side lights. Sho had
every stitch of canvas set and was
jumping through tho water nt a lively
rate. Consequently when tho vessels
came together tho crash was tcrrifio
and tho damage was sutllcient to cause
both to go to tho bottom within ten
minutes' time. Xot a sound came
from those on board the unknown
ship, and at the expiration of five
minutes the tops of her masts were
.ecn sinking beneath the surface of the
Svdxev, X. S. , Aug. 9. A boat's
crew of Chinese has been landed at
Korster, about 100 miles north of this
port Tho men report that the British
steamer Catterthun, 1,400 tons, which
sailed from Hong Hong on May 27 for
Australian ports, was wrecked Wednes
day evening. Later in the day some
details of tho wreck of the Catterthun
were received hero from Forster.
The steamship, it appears, was
wrecked on tuo seal rocks on Cape
Hawk during a gale. The passengers.
who numbered seventy persons, of
whom fifty flvo were Chinese, were
asleep below when the ship grounded.
A tug which has returned from tho
scene of tho wreck of tho British
steamer Catterthun saved tho remain
der of the passengers and crew of the
steamship, and there is now little
doubt that sixty persons drowned, of
whom forty-six were Chinese.
A JURIST DEAD.
Death of Associate Justice Jackson, of the
lulled Mutet Supreme Court Sketch of
X vsiiviLl.E, Tenn., Aug. 9. Howell
Edmunds Jackson, associate justice of
the supremo court of tho United States,
died at his residence at West Meade,
C miles west of this city, yesterday
afternoon, in tho C3d year of his
age, of consumption. Judge Jackson
had been in failing health for the
past four years, but It has only been
in tho pust eight or nino months
that the progress of the disease began
to cause his family and friends uneasi
ness. Last year ho went on a lengthy
trip to the far west in search of health.
Later ho went to Thomasvllle, Tenn.,
where it was hoped tho mild and brac
ing climato would restore his one-time
IIOWEI.I. K. JACKSON.
vigorous constitution. Tho trip did
him little good, and after a time he
was brought home.
He never took to his bed until
last Wednesday week. Slncothat time
his family and friends feared that tho
end was near, and his death yesterday
was not unexpected.
A NI10IIT SKETCH or IIIS CAREER.
Howell Edmunds Jackson was born In Parts,
Tenn., April 8. ISO!, so that ho was In his 03d
5 car at tho time of his death. Justice Jackson
was a classical scholar, graduating from the
West Tennessee colleijo 1.1 1843. He studied law
two tarsal the university of Virginia and In
Jackson under his kinsmen. Judges A. W. O.
Tottcn and Milton Ilrown. Ho graduated from
the Lebanon law school In ISVJ, to which yeat
lie located In Jackson and engaged In tho pric
tlce of his profession removed to Memphis In
I89, nheroho contlnuod tho practice of law;
kered on the supremo bench by appointment
on twooccaslons.and was onco a prominent can
didate for supreme Judgo before the nominat
ing contention, located In Jackson In 1876: was
flitted to tho state house of represcntatlica
In 1S80 on the state credit platform: was
elected to tho United States senate as
a democrat In 1881 and served till April 12,
'8" was appointed United States circuit Judge
President Clovoland and nominated for as
sociate Justice by President Harrison: wa
confirmed by tho senate February 18, 1893, and
IttU d Upon th0 du,lcs of th0 mco March J.
The Indiana Doing Well.
WfuuxoTOr, Aug. 9. According to
statistics rccolvcd at the Indian bureau,
30,000 Indians are now engaged in
'arming, stock raising and other civi
lized pursuits. During tho year thoy
raised over 1,373,000 bushels of corn and
other grain and vegetables in proprv
tion. They own 200,000 head of cattle
"id I,2Sl,000sheop.AboutS2,000 Indians
vted at tho last election. It is esti
mated that 30,000 out of tho total In
dian population of 247,000 aro church
members. Out of tho 217,000, ISO.bOO
are self-supportiug, and 35,000 pay
The Catholic Union Makes a 'llltter Attach
on Liquor Sellers. 4
New Yokk, Aug. 10. When tho dele
gates of the Catholic Total Abstinence
union met to-day a telegram of greet
ing was read from 500 Kceley cure
graduates, now in session in Plainfleld,
N. J. Bev. 1". O'Brien, chairman of
tho committee ou resolutions, presonted
the majority report. It was a bitter
attack !on liquor sellers and asked
those engaged In tho business to give
it up. It also advocated a strict Sun
day social law. Father Zuricker, of
Buffalo, presented a minority "roport.
Tho main portion of his report was tho
same as tho majority report, but ho at
tacked tho St Vincent nbboy beer and
Catholics generally for making beer.
"That's tho darky behind tho fence In
my roport," said he.
llev. Father Ward moved that tho
majority report be received and Father
Zuricker's references to the Vincont's
beer be incorporated therein. Father
Zuricker said that tho people of Amer
ica would respect the Catholics more if
they took a bold stand on this ques
tion. After considerable discussion the
majority report was adopted.
St. Louis, Mo., was selected as the
next place and the first Wednesday of
August tho time for tho next year's
meeting. Father Cieary, of Minneap
olis, was'unanlmously re-elected presi
dent, nnd J. Washington Logue was
re-elected first vico president.
BOB CHRISTIAN KILLED.
lleporteit Untimely Demise of the Notori
ous llanillt Near Wllburton, L T.
South McAlesteh, I. T., Aug. 10.
Deputy Marshals W. H. Springfield
and Stockton from Oklahoma, who
have been following tho Christian gang
since their escape from South Enid
jail, about four weeks ago, came upon
their camp at sundown yesterday S
miles south of Wilburton, a small station
on the C, O. & G. railroad, 31 miles
east of here, and at tho order of
"hands up" tho four bandits began
firing at the deputies, who returned
tho fire, which lasted about thirty min
utes, when tho robbers mounted their
horses and lied, taking ouo wounded
and leaving one dead.
During the firing tho marshals lost
their horses, and as they had no means
to carry tho tho dead robber, had to
lcavo him and walk to town for assist
ance, it being so dark It was impossible
to identify the dead man, but they are
full sure it was Bob Christian, the
leader of tho gang, who is one of the
most desperate men that ever terror
ized this country. Tho balance of the
gang left in nn easterly direction.
SEALS IN BEHRING SEA.
Ilfpnrts at the State Department That
They Are Kztermlnated.
Washington, Aug. 10. Reports re
ceived at the stato department from
the United States consul at Victoria,
B. C, are to the effect that tho seals in
Behring sea are practically extermi
nated. Tho catch this season will be
comparatively small, and tho only sat
isfaction that' tho stato department
gets from this melancholy intelligence
is that it sustains tho contention ol
successive secretaries of stato that
more stringent regulations than those
which have been in force wero neces
sary to prevent tho entire destruction
of seal life in Behring sea. Tho out
look is very gloomy for an improve
ment of tho present condition of af
fairs unless the United States govern
ment shall take tho bull by tho horns
and protect the seals by force of arms.
UNDER TONS OF EARTH.
Three Men nadly Injured by the Caving In
of a Trench nt ht- Joseph.
St. Joseph, Mo., Aug. 10. Yesterday
afternoon several tons of earth caved
In on a trench which is being dug at
the corner of Seventh and Hdmond
streets, burying two men and badly
bruising a third. Quick work with
pick and shovel alono saved the
men from death. Tho injured
are: John O. Stockwell, managei
of tho Missouri & Kansas Telephone
Co., dislocation of two ribs and back,
severely injured, will probably die; A.
Hendrickson, laborer, bruised about
back and head; Vance Lane, foreman,
severely Injured about head and face.
LIGHTNING'S DEADLY WORK.
Two Slen Fatally Injured and Others Hurl
nt Nevada, Mo.
Nevada, Mo., Aug. 10. Lightning
struck Graves & Ambrose's new four
story mill, damaging it badly nnd fell
ing five men at work on tho lower
floor. Two of tho men, James I'erry
and Thomas Jackson, wero rendered
unconscious, and it is thought they,
are perhaps fatally hurt. The othei
three men were knocked down but not
mado insensible. Several other men
nt work on tho samo floor wore
The Supreme Court Vacancy.
WASUlN'GTOJfjAug. 10. There is much
speculation as to who will be President
Cleveland's choice for the United States
supreme court bench to succeed the
lato Justice Jackson, but beyond the
mention of available names there is'
littlo of a definite nature thus early.
It Is tho general understanding that
no appointment will be made until
after tho meeting of congress, ns the
place is ono of too much importance
and dignity for a recess appointmcnl
to gi on tho bench and take tho chances
of subsequent rejection by tho senate.
There has been no case in tho recent
history of tho country whero an ap
pointment has been mado to tho su
premo bench during a congressional
Philadelphia, Aug. 10. This morn
ing a wagon driven by William Has
son was struck by a Pennsylvania rail
road locomotive at a grade crossing
and Hasson Instantly killed, while, Ed
ward MIskoll and John Hasson, a
younger brother of William, were
seriously injured internally. At
about tho same time in nnothor section
of tho city Martin Ervin, who was
crossing tho tracts of the Baltimore &
Ohio railway was struck by a locomo
tive and instantly killed and AViltio
Stanley, 0 years, was ground to pieces
under tho wheels of a fast flying trol
TWO EXQUISITE LEATHERS.
One from the Elephant, the Other from
the Water Snake.
Two new exquisite sorts of leather
Tiavo recently appeared. Both are
studies in color and both nro costly in
the extreme, yet they are wholly un
like. One, elephant hide, is undyed
only tanned nnd it takes a most
beautiful brown tone. It is peculiar,
being decidedly and irregularly rough,
yet as soft as tho finest calf. The
other skin, which is that of the water
snake, is, on tho contrary, as thin and
smooth as satin. It shows markings
In gray and white that aro tender, nnd
If ono can forget his snakeship, most
As yet neither of the skins has been
seen at any but tho most select shops,
and it is probable that tho cost will
keep them both select for a long time
to come. The lowest price quoted for
an elephant card case is fifteen dollars,
and that means ono of tho very plain
est make. A simple snnko skin purse
Is murked twenty-flvo dollars and
thirty-eight dollars does not purchaso
any great elaboration, only gold
finish and clasp. Whether this high
rate is due to difficulty in the process
or to tho scarcity of the skins is not to
bo ascertained. In either case the re
sult is the same.
Tho new leathers arq valuable addi
tions to tho leather supply beyond
doubt. Whether or not they will ever
become populnr that is, whether or
not the supply will ever sufficiently in
crease is a question impossible to an
swer at tho present time. Montreal
A SLAVE FK0M BOYHOOD.
(Fiom Vie Jled Wing, iltnn., Itepubtican.)
"I am now twenty-four years old," said
Edwin Swuuson, of White Hock, Goodhue
county, Minn., to a llepiibltean representa
tive, "and as you can see I am not very
largo of stature. When I was eleven years
old I became afflicted with a sickness which
baffled the skill and knowledge of the
physician. I was not taken suddenly ill,
but on the contrary lean hardly state the
exact timo when it began. The first symp
toms wero pains In my back and restless
nights. Tho diseaso did not troublo me
much at first, but it seemed to have settled
In my body to stay, and my bitter experi
ence during the last thirteen years proved
th.it to bo tho case. I was of course a
child, and never dreamed of tho suffering
in store for mo. I complained to my par
cuts and thoy concluded that In time I
would outgrow my trouble, but when thoy
heard mo groaning during my sleep they
became thoroughly alarmed. Medical ad
vice was sought but to no avail, I grow
rapidly worso and was soon uuablo to move
about and finally became confined contin
ually to my bed. Tho best doctors that could
be had wero consulted, but did nothing for
mo. I tried various kinds of extensively
advertised patent medicines with but tho
"Kor twclvo long years I was thus a suf
ferer, In constant ugony without respito,
abscesses formed on my body In rapid suc
cession nnd the world indeed looked very
dark to me. About this timo when all liopo
was gono and nothing seemed leTt but to re
sign mjseU to my most bitter fate my at
tention was called to Dr Williams' Pink
Pills for Palo People. Like a drowning
man grasping at a straw,ln sheer despera
tion I concluded to make ono more attempt
not to regain my health (I dare not to
hono so much) but If possible to case my
"1 bought n box of the pills and they
seemed to do me good. 1 felt encouraged
and continued their use. After taking six
boxes I was up and ublo to walk around tho
house. I havo not felt so well for thirteen
years as during tho past year. Only one
year havo 1 taken Dr. Williams' Pink Pills
and I am able now to do chores and attend
to light duties.
"1)0 I hesitato to let you publish what I
have said! Mo. Why should II 'It is the
truth and I am only too glad to let other
sufferers' know my experience. It may help
thoso whoso cup of misery is as full to-day
as mlno was In tho past."
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills contain, in a con
densed form, all tho elements necessary to
gtvo now life and richness to tho blood and
restore shattered nerves. They ure also a
specific for troubles peculiar to females,
such as suppressions, irregularities and all
forms of weakness. They build up the
blood, and restore tho glow of health to
palo and sallow checks. In men they effect
a radical euro In ml cases arising from
mental worry, overwork or excesses or
whatever nature. Pink Fills aro sold In
boxes (never In loose bulk) at CO cents a
box or six boxes f or S 3.50, and may bo had
of all druggists, or direct by mall from Dr.
Williams' Modlcino Company, Schenectady,
lie Playetl by Ear.
They had asked tho leader of the
church choir to officiate as umpire, but
In tho very first Inning ho called the
game. The captain, who had promptly
waltzed in from tho field to object to
tho decision, whichever way it went,
wanted to know what was tho mat
ter. "Tho gentleman who Is playing the
quarter rest" began the umpire.
"Tho quarter rest?" snorted the cap
tain. "Yes," tho leader of tho church choir
firmly responded, "the short stop I
perceive by his lungs to be a baritone,
and yet I notice him persistently at
tempting to take the plnco of second
bass. This I cannot in justice to my
official position and the rules of music
Amid tho awed hush thnt fell upon
tho grand stand, the captain picked up
a bat and handed it to the next
"It's your nocturne," ho said, court
eously. N. Y. Herald.
An Kloquent tVoman.
"What did your wife say when you
got home at two o'clock in tho morn
ing?" asked Pete Amsterdam of Mr.
Westside, tho day after the club din
ner. "What did she say? Why, sho has
not finished talking yet." Texas Sitt
ings. Good Cause for Delay.
Nell It was an awfully exciting
weddingl The ceremony was delayed
Bess Why, what was the matter?
Nell Tho bride punctured her bicycle-tiro
a mile from the church and
she had to walk tho rest of the way.
Madge "I really think Jack would
nsk you to marry him if his prospects
wore better." "Dorothy "Indeed, ii
ho only knew it, his prospects are very
good. You don't know how foud I am
of him." Brooklyn Life.
So It. O. Dun & Co.'n Weekly Report Say
The Week' Failure!.
New Yokk, Aug. 10. B. G. Dun &
Co., in their weekly review of trade,
lay: Business continues unusually ac
tive for midsummer, and, though there
is perceptible relaxation, there are no
signs of reaction. Tho one change of
great importance which the past week
has brought is eminently helpful tho
amicable settlement between coal min
ers and employers in western Pennsyl
ran!a Ohio and Indiana. It is said
that about 100,000 men will have their
wages increased after October 1 by this
adjustment, and, while the enlarge
ment of purchasing power is of conse
quence, it seems even more important
that a chronic cause of controversy has
been removed by the new agreement
as to company stores. There Is no im
portant change in crop prospects, nnd
at this time no news is eminently good
' The industries continue to make
progress, and higher prices for iron
and steel products prove that the sup
ply has not yet outrun tho demand.
Bessemer iron is a shade weaker, but
grey forge has advanced about CO cents,
and finished products aro remarkably
firm. Lake copper has advanced to 13
cents. Tin has declined about X cent
and is quoted at $14.20. Lead is a triflo
stronger at $3.53. The anthracite coal
market is completely demoralized, and
prices have again yielded a little to
about the lowest ever known.
Sales of wool are not as much in
flated by'speculntion as they were dur
ing the first half of July, but they still
considerably exceed tho actual con
sumption in tho manufacture, amount
ing at the three chief markets to 0,259,
300 pounds. Prices nro very firm.
Some staple cotton goods have again
advanced in price, and the market is
unusually strong for the season.
Failures for the week were 225 in the
United States, against 204 last year,
and 43 in Canada, asrainst 54 last year.
TWO .YEARS FOR TAYLOR.
Defaulting State Treasurer of South Da
kota Will Oet a Light Sentouce.
Pieiuie, S. D., Aug. 10. Tho Taylor
defalcation is about to bo cleared up
and the defaulting treasurer will bo
sentenced on Tuesday. His bondsmen
and himself have turned over to tho
stato treasurer S100,000 in checks and
drafts as agreed upon that ho should
when ho surrendered in June, and a list
of properties in which the defaulter
held equities or owned prior to his
skipping to South America. The valuo
of the properties will not be assessed
by tho stato board and the amount
agreed upon by them and the $100,000
will be credited to his deficit The
bondsmen will make up the balance.
Tho statute on which It was thought
Taylor would bo sentenced for twenty
years is found defective and two years
will bo the maximum.
A LYNCHING DEFERRED.
Pursuer Filially Capture the Itrutal Creek
anil Negro Desperadoes.
Muscogee, I. T., Aug. 10. Late yes
terday afternoon tho Cherokee nation's
light horse police, United States mar
shals and a number of citizens cap
tured Bufus Black and four other
Creek negroes implicated in the Wil
son assault, 10 miles south of Tulsa, on
Flat Bock creek. The outlaws had
robbed a store at Orcutt, a
small town near by, and were
engaged in dividing tho spoils
when surprised. These are the fiends
who within the past neck have as
saulted three women, one of whom
died from her injuries. Five hundred
men wanted to lynch the captives, but
at tho last thoy seemed contented to
let the law tnke its course. The
prisoners aro now under guard at
The Wifo of tho Imprisoned ex-Consul to
lie Sent from Mauritius to Paris.
Washington-, Aug. 10. The state de
partment this morning received a cable
gram from Mr. Campbell, United States
consul at Port Louis, Mauritius, stating
that tho wife of ex-Consul Waller, now
in prison in France, will bo sent to
Paris by him on the steamer that sails
on tho 20th Inst. This action of Mr.
Campbell was taken in compliance with
instructions from tho department,
cabled on August 0, which wcro'sent
in view of tho great interest manifest
ed here in the case by the friends of
MRS. STEWART VICTORIOUS.
She Is Appointed Sheriff of Greene County,
Mo., to Serve Until September O.
Si'KiNOFlELl), Mo., Aug. 10. Mrs.
Helen Stewart, widow of the late sher
iff, Dan P. Stewart, was appointed
sheriff in her husband's stead, to hold
office until September 9,when a special
election will bo held. Mrs. Stewart is
40 years old and has been married
twenty-three years. She was born at
Atlantic City, N. J. Sho has resided
in Springfield for twenty years. Mrs.
Stewart is tho only woman sheriff in
Meat Inspection Discontinued
Kansas City, Kan., Aug. 10. Tho
microscopic department of the bureau
of animal industry at this point has
been suspended by the secretary of ag
riculture, and thirty-five women, each
drawing a salary of $50 per month,
have been thrown out of employment.
Just how long the suspension will last
is a question. Dr. C J. Sillier, chief
inspector of the department, says that
it will likely last two months,n.lthough
the work might bo resumed' within
thirty days. Other employes in the de
partment claim that the suspension is
equivalent to abolishment.
Spnrlous White Metal Coin.
Wilmington, Del., Aug. 10. This
city is fairly flooded with counterfeit
sliver dollars. About ten days ago ono
was presented nt. tho Farmers' bank
by a depositor and detected. Since
then the banks have been on tho look
out and dozens havo been found and
turned down. They wero presented
by innocent depositors, who had ac
cepted them in tho course of business.
The spurious coins nre thicker than
the genuine dollars, but of lighter
weight. Tho composition, of which
they aro made is soft and can be read
ily cut with a knife.
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U.S. Gov't Report
Her Suspicion Aroused.
She-got off the Indiana train with a
big bundle that sho could hardly man
age, and as I had nothing to do I took
pity on her and offered to carry it to
tho ferry dock, In which direction sho
seemed to be goingi
Sho acquiesced, and wo went to the
dock. On arriving she took out her
pur so and handed me a dime, with the
remark that it was not much of n walk,
but she thought it was worth a dime.
I thanked her, and told her that ray
services would be free, at which she
asked me what I carried her bundle for
if not for pay.
"Oh, I thought to do you a favor," I
"Tain't natural, 'tall," she replied.
"Well, I can't take your money,"
She studied a minute and said: "1"
can't make out whether you intend to
pick my pocket or steal my bundle.
Young fellow, you'd better stop yonr
bad ways or you'll go to the bad place."
"I'll do It," I replied.
"That's right," she said, "do it, and
when you come over to Indiana you
est inquire for Mrs. Jones, nnd I'll
give you a good dinner. If I ever hear
of your gettin' hung I'll tell folks that
you had a good streak in you, any
how." Louisville Post.
No Hope for lllm.
Brooklyn Man (joyfully) I've in
vited GImson to dine with us to-night,"
and he's coming.
His Wife But it was only last night
that you said you hated him.
"I doj'but he's got to cross three trol
ley lines to get here." Life.
Elizabeth I hear that Gladys broke
off her engagement with Mr. Jimkins
because he attempted to restrict her
Matie Yes. She was engaged to
two other men and he objected. Chi
THE GENERAL MARKET.
Kansas Citt. Aug. 12.
CATTLE-Best beeves t 4 IS 5 15
Stockers SOJ 4 21
" Native cows 2 10 d 2 93
HOGS Good to ctjolco heavy.. 4 45 4 85
WHEAT-No. 2 re 1 C9 70
No 2 hard diUJt C7
CORN-No. 2 mixed 3i'f 31K
OATS-No. 2 mixed 19 a 20
KYE-No. 2. 42 43
FLOUIt Patent, per sack 18) 2 03
Taney ISO 165
HAY-Cholcc timothy 0 SO 10 50
Fancy prairie, 6 50 7 00
BRAN- (sacked) 69 00
UUTTER-Cholce creamery... II 16
CHEESE-Full cream 8 11
EGGS-Cholco 9K 10
POTATOES -. 2J 30
CATTLE Natlie and shipping 4 00 5 50
Tcxans 3 05 3 55
HOGS Heavy 4 1) 4 05
SHEEP-ralr to choice 15) 2 75
ri.OUR-ChoIcc J25 335
WHEAT-No. 2 rol C8 CSH
CORN-No. 2 m'xeu. 33Jia 37
OATS-No. 2 mixed 21 22tf
RYE-No.2. 44 45
HUTTEK-CreamcrV ' 10 17
LAUD-Western steam 5 95 6 071,
PORK. 9 95 10 00
CATTLE Common to prime. 3 60 5 90
HOGS Packing and shipping.. 4 50 4 90
SHEEP Fair to choice 2 25 4 00
FLOUR Winter wheat 3 25 3 75
WHEAT-No. 2 red C7"i 68',
CORN No.2 40 43
OATS-No, 2 2 2!4
RYE 435,3 W'i
UUTTER-Creamery 13 17
LARD 59) 610
PORIC 1005 102)
CATTLE-NatUoMccrs 4 50 5 75
HOG S-Good to choice 4 43 5 25
FLOUK-Good to choice. 3 9) 4 70
WHEAT No 2 red 7-WS 73
CORN-No. 2 45X3 46?,
OATS No. 2 25 25',i
BUTTER-Crcamery 1J 18
PORK Mess. 12 50 13 00
Fair Sailing through life for the person
who keeps in health. With a torpid liver
and the impure blood that follows it, you
nre an easy prey to all sorts of ailments.
That "used-up" feeling isthe first warning
that your liver isn't doing Its w ork.
That is the time to take Dr. Tierce's Gold
en Medical Discovery. As an appetizing,
restorative tonic, to repel disease and build
up the needed flesh and strength, there's
nothing to equal it. It rouses every organ
into healthful action, purifies and enriches
the blood, braces up the whole system, and
restores health and vigor.
to the women
they see a woman washing in the old-fashioned
k way with soap rubbing the clothes to pieces,
'w J rubbing away her strength, wearing herself
) out over the washboard ! To these Pearl-
I me women,
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turfrcc copy of elegantly Illustrated 04 pago catalogue. These kdooI are ttcury last, xrnwn .pvw,
Crim80Nbeak (at dinner) "My dear, it It
all very well for you to havo a fondness for
feathers, but I wish you had not carried
your fondness so faros to put them in th
chicken soup." Yonkers Statesman.
To (K A. It. National Kncampment, T.oa!s.
vllle, Ky September 11, 12 and 13. I
On September 6th to 11th, inclusive, th
Louisville, Evansville & St. Louis Consoli
dated Ballroad ("Air Lino") will sell tickets,
good returning until October 5th, 18U5. The
rate via the "Air Lino" barely amounts to
ono cent per mile. This line is making spe
cial preparations to afford visitors splendid'
equipment and uuezccled service; besides
it Is the shortost route, by 03 miles, between
Kt. Louis and Louisville, and makes tbe
Bee that your tickets read via "Air Line.,r
II. A. Campbell, G, P. A.,
St. Louis, Mo.
.CoimccTl Go to Tim Heao. Professor
of Dentistry "What aro tho last teeth that
comet" Bnlfiant Student "False teeth.''
Dora Ho Chow or Smoke?
If so,ttisoniyaquest!on of time when bright
eyes grow dim, manly steps loso firmness,
and tho vigor and vitality so enjoyable now,
will bo destroyed f oi ever. Get a book, tilled
"Don't Tobacco Bpit or Smoko Your Life
Away," and learn how No-To-Bac' without
physical or financial ilsk, cures tho tobacco
habit, brings back tho vigorous vitality that
will mako you both happy. No-To-Bac sold
and guaranteed to euro oy Druggists every
where. Book free. Ad. Sterling Kemedy
Co., New York City or Chicago.
Snn "Oh, gracious 1 My Trilby is
Svengalicd." Ho -What!" Kho "My foot
is fast asleep." Philadelphia Record.
Do Yon Doslro to Adopt a Child?
Address tho International Children's
Homo Society, 234 La Hallo St., Chicago, Il
linois, Hcv. Dr. Frank M. Gregg, General
Manager. Such a child as you may desire,
of any ago, will be sent you on ninety davs1'
To make knowledgo valuable, you must
havo the cliecrfuluess or wisdom. 'Goodness
smiles to tho last Emerson.
Hall's Catarrh Care
Is a Constitutional Cnro. Prlco 73c.
WnAT reason, like tho careful ant, drawv
laboriously together, tho wind of accident
sometimes collects In a moment. Schiller.
Fon Whooping Cough, Piso's Cure Is a
successful remedy. M. P. Dieter, C7Throcp
Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y., Nov. 14, "H.
Evert other sii) hath somo pleasure an
nexed to it, or will admit of some excuse,
but envy wants both. Burton.
"What's the latest thing In bloomers?"
"The most modest girl will bo." Truth.
Look out for Number 2 your wife. Irri
I could get relief
from a most hor
rible blood dis
ease I had spent hundreds of dollars
trying various remedies and physi
cians, none of which did me any
good. My finger nails came off and
my hair came out, leaving mc
perfectly bald. I then went to
Hoping to be cured by this celebrated
treatment, but very soon became disgusted
and decided to try S.S.S. The effect vraa
truly wonderful. I commenced to recover
at once, and after I had taken twelve bot
tles 1 5vas entirely cured cured by S.S.S.
wnen me worm
renowned H o
Sh'reveport, La.py wlS'
Our Book on the Disease an A in Treatment nailed free to an
Address. SWIFT SrEClHC CO., AUaau. Ga,
PROFITABLE DAIRY WORK
Can only bo accomplished with tho very best
of tools and
With a Davis
rator on tho
suro of moro
milk Is a val
Farmcrs v? Ill
tako to get a
farm you ara
make no mis.
DAVIS & R-flnKICT BTJDG. & MFG. CO.
Cor. Randolph & Dearborn Sts.. Chicago.
DRUG STORE " CHICAGO
FftD QAI C OR MIGHT TRADE FOR
run dALE good FARM.
STOltn IS IX GOOD I,OCATIO.,
HAS FAVORABLE LEASE, AND TRADE CAN BK
Owner 1 not a dniffgli't nnd hap other baIns which
deinantlf all hi time 8mll cash payment with puoU
security for balance. 0 jr rent Interest, would bo m
rpttd Prlco of Btor,a?oo. ArtrircM Ml fcU,
Dn.k'C.'t. Kill Av. mid 30th Htreet, Chicago, 111
SUiri.K MIKK niltE for Piles to any ad.
dnn. IlIDkU JItBICISli COalMSr, Buffa!.; 5.T.
A. N. K. D
WHEN WHITING TO ADVEItTlNLUS l'LUAeli
.(sle that yvu .aw the Advcrtlaeicciit In 1L1
How it looks.
who wash with Pearlinp. whpn
iresh trom easy washing, she
-wear a 1001 s cap unawares.
work, safety, economy. There's
not one thing against it. What's
the use of washing in the hardest
way, when it costs more money?
St. Joseph Bus. univcrouy,
Lt Insnnh Mat
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