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Mbs. Valentine, a woman of Sans
llle, N. Y., who believed in the faith
cure, dlod recently after fasting1 lor
A New Yohk World poll hows that
a majority of tho chairmen of dem
ocratic state committees ore opposed
to third terms.
Strkkt cars propelled by compressed
air are to be tried in Chicago soon, and
those interested say a trial means the
death knell of trolley and cable cars.
Lord Rosehkkv, ex-preraier of Great
Britain, has como out in favor of in
ternational arbitration as an experi
ment that is worth trying even if it
Two leading astronomers expressed
a wish recently that the Ferrlno comet
might collide with tho earth because
Buch an event "would benefit scientific
The house committee on coinage is
considering a bill to make the metric
system of weights and measures man
datory in all official transactions after
July 1, ISO?, and in prlrate transac
tions after two years later.
The Cincinnati Enquirer says that
there are a good many people in this
country who are not busy now, and
who would be ready to help the Cuban
revolutionists in their cause if they
could bo armed and equipped.
Government figures just issued show
that nearly 4,000,000,000 cigarettes
wero manufactured last year, which
was 430,000,000 more than were made
in 1804. The production of cigars fell
off over 25,000,000, but 4,181,000,000
vrcrc made last year.
Foil the solo right to the famous
double carnation known as the "Murel
la," a 2fcw York florist has paid 810,
O00 to tho Michigan firm which raised
It. Tho "Murella" is one of tho most
beautiful carnations ever seen, being
very large and of a deep red color.
A Geruah expert has estimated that
the tota' length of telegraph lines in
tho wor.J Is 1.0C2.700 miles, of which
America ha 545,000; Europe, 380,700;
Asia, 07,400; Africa, 21,500, and Aus
tralia, 47,500 miles. Tho United States
have a greater length than any other
country, 40.1,900 miles.
Within d few days Commander Is
lington Dooth will havo formulated
definite plans for his new evangelical
organization and will havo decided
upon a suitable name. Its naiuo will
not bo "Christian Crusaders," as an
nounced. Commander Iiooth will make
New Y.ork his headquarters.
The latest extended estimate of re
publican presidential preferences is one
which is published in tho Pittsburgh
Dispatch. It lis based on telegrams
irom all tho states and territories and
tho showing gives McKinloy 335 votes
on tho llrst ballot; Reed, 215; Morton,
iH; Allison, 8Q: vQuay, 76; Cullom, 38;
Uradley, J20; Davis, 22, with 18 scatter
ing or undecided. Tho number neces
Bary to .a choice .is 459, which would
make McKinley lack at tho outset 159
votes of tho number required to give
him tho nomination.
Tire Omrtha Hoe says: "The propo
sition now pending boforo congress to
create a permanent position in the de
partment of agriculture under the
title .of director-in-chief of scientific
bureaus and investigations commends
dtself to favorable consideration.
Thero i a recognized need of a man of
Tiigh scientific attainments and in
quiries rthat will enable tho depart
ment to secure tho agricultural Inter
ests of the countrytheir full share in
tho benefits of new scientific discover
ies and 'tho appliance, of approved
scientific methods and processes."
Investigations made by tho officials
at Bonn, Germany, regarding tho de
scendants of a notorious drunkard,
vagabond and thief, Ada Jurke, havo
yieldod some startling results as to
hereditary tendencies: This woman
was born in 1740 and .died at an early
age. Her descendants number 834, of
whom 709 have been accounted for.
Tha result of thefnqulryis thusshown:
106 illegitimate, 342 beggars, 04 in
mates of poor houses, 181 of the demi-
mondo and 70 criminals, among whom
were 7 murderers. Tho family has
cost the state in the past 75 years no
less than 5,000,000 marks.
An interesting reporton the nation's
volume of money, from 1800 dotvn to
the present year, was recently sent to
congress by the secretary of tho treas
ury in response to a resolution of the
cenate. It showed that at tho begin
ning of tho present year the aggregate
amount of money of tho United States
of all forms was $2,197,000,230, of
which $017,793,512 was in the treasury
find 91,579,200,724 was outsido of the
treasury. Estimating the population
of tho United States January 1, 1890.
at 70,030,000, the per capita of circula
tion outsido tho treasury at that date
Was 822.85. ,
NEWS OF THE WEEK
Gleaned By Telegraph and Mall.
l'EHSONAL AND POUTICAX.
The cabinet was in session at Wash
ington on the 6th for nearly four
hours. This long session gave ample
food for speculation und the general
Impression was that Cuban affairs
The republican congressional com
mittee was formally organized at tho
national capital for this year's cam
paign. Mr. liabcock was elected chair
man. Speaker Reed and Chairman Diugley
and Cannon have been assured by rep
resentatives of the senate steering com
mittee that if tho house can completo
its work by May 1, the senato will not
delay an adjournment a weok beyond
Philip J. A. Harper, the retired
senior mombcr of tho celebrated pub
lishing firm, died at New York on the
6th of heart and kidney troubles, aged
A steamer from Japan has brought
news of a coup d'etat at Seoul, Corea,
tho king forming a new government
and beheading eight of his former cab
inet ministers. The Japaneso papers
attribute the king's action to the in
fluence of the Russian minister.
The Italian ministry announced its
resignation in the chamber of deputies
on tho 5th and Premier Crisp! added that
It had been accepted by the king.
A srKClAL to the New York World
from Washington on the 5th said that
It was likely that President Cleveland
would send a military commission to
Cuba to report on the condition of af
fairs there, and that Gen. Wesley Mcr-
ritt, commander of the department of
the Missouri, was likely to be detailed
for the pnrpose.
It was being whispered around
Washington on the 4th that Secretary
Carlisle would soon formally announce
his candidacy for the democratic nom
ination for president.
A Chicago special said that ex-Sen
ator Charles Manderson, of Nebraska,
had written a letter from Washington
to L. D. Fowler, of Omaha, formally
announcing his candidacy for the re
publican presidential nomination.
President Cleveland presided and
made an address at tho Presbyterian
Imceting held on the 3d in New York
in lavor ol tho homo mission move
ment Rov. T. DoWitt Talmage and
Hooker T. Washington, the colored
educator, were the other speakers.
Jamks W. Sheridan, a wealthy
brewer, was hold up on Ashland boule
vard, Chicago, and relieved of his watch
and valuable pin and S500 in cash. Tho
peculiarity about tho case was that the
holdup occurred early in tho evening,
and several of the victim's friends
passed him and said "Good evening"
and were answered back while the
holdup was going on.
There were renewed demonstrations
of hostility to the United States at
Valencia, Alicante and Dolores. The
news of tho insult offered to the
Spanish Jag by the students of Prince
ton (N. J.) university produced tho
greatest indignation in Madrid.
A 6THOXO effort was being made by
the Spanish merchants and importers
of Cuba looking to a complete sever
ance of commercial relations with the
United States. Tho Cicnfucgos cham
ber of commerce resolved to cancel all
orders outstanding for American goods
and to boycott United States goods of
all kinds in future.
Kino Huhbebt, of Italy, has ordered
Slgnor Franzol to undertake a mission
to Abyssinia to try and concludo an
honorable peace. Tho report that
Premier Crlspl was assassinated in
Homo proved to be unfounded. Late
telegrams seemed to clear Gen. liara
tieri of the charge of disloyalty.
G. Oldhouse. a carnontcr. and his
wifo and fivo children wsro burned to
death in their house near Alma, Wis.
Neighbors found the bodies in the
A fire in tho Galvin building on
Lalght street, N. Y., caused a loss of
The New York World prints an au
thentic statement from the Spanish
prime minister in which it is stated
that Spain would omit nothing to pre
servo friendly relations with the
The clearing house returns for the
nee It ended March 0 for the following
:itics were; New York, 5011,088,928;
Chicago, 92,405,238; St Louis, $23,228,
531; Kansas City, 89,537,291; St Joseph,
61,483,529; Topoka, $414,050; Wichita,
6430,280; Omaha, $4,280,495.
The high school building at Chatta
nooga, Tenn., costing over $75,000, has
been destroyed by fire.
Thirty buildings wero consumed by
fire at Snow Hill, Md., on tho 0th. Tho
damngo was estimated at $15,000.
The National Association of Whole
sale Lumber Dealers convoned in an
nual session at Saginaw, Mich., on
The candy factory of Flaeh Bros, at
Cincinnati was burned on the 3d. Loss,
Tub house of Miehaol Crawley, a
farmer, was burned down at East
Hickman, Ky., and his three-vear-old
girl was burned to a crisp.
Spain, It was said on tho 4tb, was In
communication with several European
inlnistcrs to secure a joint protest in
tho ovent of President Cleveland d-
clarin,? tho beltlgerenoy of the Cuban
insurgents. Uemonstrrtions against
tho American congress still continued
in tho Spanish provinces. Armed trans
atlantic steamers wer to begin on
March 20 to act as cruises
Firk broke out in the Cleophas coal
mine at Kattowitz, Prussian Silesia,
on the 4th and the bodies of 21 victims
wero recovered. Tho fate of tho other
miners cntorabec numbering about
100, was uncertain.
Luis and Fedrico Varga wero killed
at Montemorelos, Ai'ex., by a man
named Guerrero in a .dispute over a
,'anie of cards. Tho murderer then
'ircd their house and cremated their
jodlcs. He was captured.
Reportb were that the Italians had
8,000 troopers and two generals killed
in their recent defeat by the Abyssln
ians. The rout of the Italian army
was so complete that the troops fled 50
miles before a line could be reorgan
ized. The under-graduatcs of Princeton,
N. J., on the 5th burned in efligy the
king of Spain in a demonstration in
which several hundred took part. The
flag of Spain was drawn through the
main street and later was torn to pieces
in tho center of the campus.
The navy department is sending out
to tho navy militia commanders of the
various states having such organiza
tions blank forms for the collection of
information respecting the topography
and physical feutures of their respec
tive localities for military use.
The New York chamber of commcrco
has sent out un appeal to the commer
cial bodies and business men of the
United States to unite in a vigorous ef
fort to send delegates to the political
conventions who will advocate clear
and distinct platform utterances in
favor of the maintenance of the gold
A Spanish mob stoned the United
States consulate at Valencia on the 5th.
A fire in Long Island City destroyed
Young's bag manufactory and storage
warehouse. The loss will reach $200,-
In tho United States court at El
Reno, Ok., Juan Rose and John
Thomas wero each fined $1,000 for go
ing upon the Comancho Indian reserva
tion without leave. They came under
the intruders clause. This is tho first
fine ever imposed and the prosecution
was begun at tho direction of the In
According to a communication re
ceived by Surgeon-General Wyman, of
the marine hospital service at Wash
ington, small-pox has been added to
the horrors existing in Cuba.
A detachment of Cuban insurgents
belonging to Maceo's force captured
the fort at Santa Cruz. They released
the prisoners and kept the arms and
ammunition. In the province of Pinar
del Rio 13 villages and towns had been
burned by tho Insurgents up to date.
The annual negro conference at Tus-
cogce, Ala.j which opened on tho 5th
was in many rospects the most notable
gathering of the kind ever assembled In
America. Representative men of the
race exchanged views as to their re
spective industrial, educational and re
ligious condition, and endeavored to
devise a remedy for the evils now bar
ring the progress of the race.
Gov. Grkexhaloe died on tho 5th at
Lowell, Mass. He had been elected
governor of Massachusetts three times
and had served in congress.
Five persons were run over by trains
after midnight of tho 1st on the tracks
of tho Pennsylvania railroad near
Fire was reported as having broken
out again in the ISozeman tunnel on
the Northern Pacific railway in Mon
tana. The fire started last September
and was thought to havo been put out
Most Rev. Peter Richard Kenrick,
tho venerable ex-archbishop of the di
ocese of St Louis, died suddenly at
the archieplscopal residence in St
Louis on tho 4th in tho 8Sth year of
The Cubans at Key West, Fla., in
cited by Americans, who were indig
nant over tho stoning of tho Ameri
can consulate at Barcelona, made a
movement to retaliate in kind on tho
Spanish consulate at Key West, but
tho mayor massed a strong polico force
and spoke to tho crowd of the harm
they would do their cause. Thev
heeded the mayor's advice and paraded
the streets, cheering tho action of cci
George Reedkr, a notorious outlaw
and member of tho Dalton gang of
outlaws, has been captured at Pawnee,
I. T. Ho is said to bo the last member
of the once noted gang of desperadoes.
A bad head-end collision occurred on
the electric road between KIrkwood
and St Louis on the 8th in which four
men wero probably fatally wounded
and about 50 others more or less hurt
Disobedience of orders was the cause.
Nineteen counties in Wisconsin have
held conventions and all the' delegates
are for McKlnley.
J. II. McVicker, the well known the
atrical manager, died at Chicago on the
7th, aged 74. He was stricken with
paralysis a short time ago.
Carefully concealed in a barrel and
covered with a mass of old rags and
cotton, the dead bodies of a gray
haired man and a newborn babo were
found in an alley in Hyde park, Chi
cago, on the 8th. In consequence, tho
police are working on what they con
sider a double murder.
Ballington Booth, the deposed com
mander of the Salvation array in Amer
ica, met with an enthusiastic recep
tion at New York on tho 8th and took
the inaugural step of forming a rival
organization on lines similar to tho
Tillie Anderson won tho six days'
bicycle race at Chicago, going 359 miles
and 0 laps. Baldwin won the second
prize as she finished ahead of Glaw,
although both covered tho same dis
tance S33 miles and b laps.
Stephen Powell, a well known mer
chant of Hempstead, L. I., was struck
down and killed within a fow feet of
his own door lato on tho night of the
7th. Mr. Powell was in the habit of
carrying a largo sum of money, and it
was thought that robbery was the ob-
Jcct ' tuo murder. Tho murderers
wero mterruptea in tneir worir, how-
ever, and secured no booty.
A street car at Memphis, Tenn.,
jumped the track at tho bridge, tore
the sido rail away and tumbled into
tho bayou, 15 feet down. Soveral per
sons were hurt, two of whom will die.
A Muskogee, I. T., dispatch said
that Judge Springer, of the Northern
district of the United States for the In
dian territory, has decided that the
Cherokee intruders have no right in
the Indian courts. This will deprive
the white settlers of any means of re
dressing their grievances or settling
their deputes and leaves them at the
mercy of tho Indians who own the
BOOTH'S NEW MOVEMENT.
Inaugural Stop for the Salvation Armjr
Klval Antplcloaily Taken In New York.
New York, March a The inaugural
step made by Iiallington Hootb, the
deposed commander of the Salvation
army in America, in a rival organiza
tion on lines similar to tho one from
whoso command he has been relieved,
met success last night Cooper Union
was tho sceno where the first gun was
fired, the echo of which thrilled the
hearts of 5,000 loyal soldiers who,
since the commencement of the
International strife, which has
sundered Iiallington Booth from
his father, Gen. Booth, of London,
havo remained loyal to the deposed
commander and his wife, Maud Booth.
Every scat in the big auditorium was
occupied. The aisles were crowded
and tho streets outsido were thronged.
The women wore tho regular Salva
tion arniy emblem, but tho poke hat
was absent Tho mon, too, had
their badges, but wore no red
jackets. Shortly after seven o'clock and
before the vast audience had time to
be seated, Capt Schneider, of the Bow
cry corps, sprang on a chair on the
platform and waved an American flag,
with a painting of George Washington.
The audience cheered lustily as they
sprang to their feet and the utmost en
thusiasm prevailed. When Iiallington
Booth and his wife arrived from their
Montclair home tho audience lost con
trol of itself. Their presence on the
platform was the signal for an out
burst of enthusiasm such as had never
before been witnessed in Cooper Union.
There was some music and consider
able singing and the customary reli
gious invocations, after which Balling
ton Booth arose and said that recogniz
ing, as he did, tho largest field in the
world and still further recognizing
that there was room in America for
one, two, aye, 100 Salvation armies, he
had resolved to win over tho middle
classes of tho artisan community of the
country. He wished no strife with the
Salvation army no strifo either literal
THE SPANISH SITUATION.
The Utmost Enerer of the Authorities
Fall to Prevent Demonstrations Agalutt
the United State.
London, March 9. The Madrid cor
respondent of tho Standard, noting
the fnct that the utmost energy of the
authorities fails to prevent demonstra
tions of hostility toward tho United
States, says tho press everywhere de
precates premature ebullitions, but
plainly expresses tho opinion that
theso impulses may soon bo needed for
energetic action, as Spain will sooner
confront any contingencies, however
dangerous, than stoop to insult
Valencia was a?ain in a turbulent
state Sunday over tho condition of the
relations between Spain and the United
States. A mob gathered and was pro
ceedlng towards tho American consul
ate with tho intention of causing a
disturbance there, but a force of polico
opposed their passage through the
streets. A desperate struggle ensued,
and several persons wero wounded.
Tho United States Minister, Mr.
Taylor, has refused the resignations
of Spaniards acting as United States
consuls when they were written in
Spanish, on tho ground that that lan
guage is not tho official language of
tho United States.
HARD ON INTRUDERS.
Jnilco hprlnccr Snj They llavn No Stnnd.
Ine In United State Court..
Muscooke, I. T., March 9. Judge
Springer, of tho Northern district of
tho United States court for the Indian
territory, has decided that tho Chero
kee intruders have no right in the In
dian courts and the decision has caused
a great deal of excitement and indig
nation on the part of the white set
tlers. Thero are over 7,000 of these in
truders in the Cherokee country who
have leased lands and nowexerciso the
right of Indian citizenship. In many
cases they havo built permanent houses
upon tho lands and improved it in
other ways. The judge declared that
he regarded this class of people as land
robbers, and as they had no right to
lease tho land they had no status in
his court where the title to land in any
way entered into the case. This will
deprive tho white settlers of any means
of redressing tholr grievances or set
tling disputes and leave them nt tho
mercy of the Indians who own the
ANOTHER NEW PARTY.
One Will He Launched with Prohibition
and Free Silver as the Hade Principle.
Pittsburgh, Pa., March 9. The ar
rangements for the national confer
ence of reformers to form a new party
which is to bo held in this city Tues
day havo been completed. A largo
portion of the reformers who are in
the conference movement favor a call
for a new party convention in this city
May 20, 21 and 22. Indications point
to a union of reformers on the basis of
free silver, independent of other gov
ernments, and the abolition of tho
liquor traffic; other questions to bo set
tled in convention.
A Chicago Murder My tery.
Chicago, March 9. Carefully con
cealed In a barrel and covered with a
mass of old rags and cotton, tho dead
bodies of a gray-haired man and a now
born babo were found in un alley in
Hyde park yesterday. Inconsequence,
tho police are working on what they
consider a double murder. Only ono
clew is in their possession, and on the
discovery of the identity of a woman,
as yet unknown to the police, depends
the possible solution of the mystery.
J. II. McVicker Dead.
Chicago, March 9. J. H. McVicker
the well-known theatrical manager,'
is dead. He was the proprietor of Mc
Vlckor's theater, in this city, and one
of the best known and most highly
respected theatrical managers in the
country. His daughter was the 6econd
wife -of Edwin Booth.
The Armour Bomb a Trick.
CnicAGO.March 9. Post office officials
regard the alleged attempt on P. D.
Armour's life by means of a bomb sent
through the mails as a trick. Whether
intended as a practical joke or other
wise has not yet been determined.
ninety Senator! Require 3S3 Emploee,
Who Draw 483,000 Yearly.
Washington, March 0. Senator
Chandler has been investigating the
senate's extravagances. The result of
his researches more than justifies all
that has been said in the newspapers
on the subject. The senator finds that
the roll of employes of the senate has
been growing until it has now reached
the startling number of 353. Among
these are 121 clerks, 57 messengers, 52
laborers, 23 pages, 18 folders, 15 police
men, 7 mail carriers, 8 watchmen, and
so on. Tho senate employes draw
$482,000 annually. The striking fea
ture is tho rapid, increase in the num
ber of persons required to make official
life comfortablo for 00 senators. This
pay roll was $317,931 in 1837. It has
been increased $175,000 in nine years.
The salaries and mileaye of the 90
senators is $480,000 annually. So it ap
pears that the cost of the help is a lit
tle more than tho cost of tho senators.
Besides the enormous salary account
of the employes the senators manage
to get away with $175,000 a year for
various incidentals, or for "contingent
expenses," as the report has it Nine
years ago the senate spent $447,232 for
employes and on contingent account
In 1894 these expenses reached $099,189.
Last year the senate had a spasm of
economy, and got away with $648,201,
besides salaries and mileage. These
figures compiled by Senator Chandler
show there are about four employes to
M'KINLEYITES 20,000 STRONG.
Ohloan Cloae a Deal for the St. Loot Ex
ponltton liulldlnc for Ue a Headquar
ters. St. Louis, March 9. Prominent
Ohioans, supporters of Maj. McKinley,
arrived in town Saturday and closed a
deal which will inaugurate a whirl in
the presidential boom of Ohio's favor
ite son during the republican national
convention week. The deal was noth
ing less than the securing of the Ex
position building as general bead
quarters for the McKinley workers
and adherents from June 15 until June
The committee also contracted for
all tho available hotel accommodations
it this city. This was done in the
name of the republican league of Ohio,
1,500 of whom will be here during the
convention. It is probable that Mc
Kinley headquarters will be opened
hero as early as April at the Planters
hotel, where 100 rooms have been se
cured. Mr. Gaitree, chairman of the
committee, said 20,009 Ohioans would
be here during the convention.
STREET CARS COLLIDE.
A St. Lout Motorman'i He Tonal to Obey
Order KeaulU Fatally.
St. Louis, March 9. As the result of
the disobedience of orders by J. A.
Aiken, motorman, a terrible head-end
collision occurred yesterday evening
about 5 o'clock between two cars of
tho newly completed Kirkwood elec
tric railroad, which connects the sub
urban town of Kirkwood with this
city. Both cars wero badly smashed,
four men wero probably fatally in
jured, 29 badly hurt, and between 20
and 30 others less seriously injured.
The names of those fatally injured arc:
J. A. Aiken and Sam Smith, motor-
men; J. L. Jones, claim agent Missouri,
Kansas & Texas railroad, and Richard
Lonagan, Insurance agent.
SENATOR VEST'S AMBITION.
He Doalre. It I Said, MUourl' Indorse
ment for tho Prealdoncy.
St. Louis, March a Telegrams and
letters to friends in Missouri from
Senator Vest aro in evidence showing
that tho senator would lileo to have the
indorsement of tho democracy of the
state for president This is why Sen
ator Vest's personality has suddenly
become an issue. Senator Vest has a
stronp; following1 In all the silver states
and it would be greatly gratifying to
secure an indorsement of his course
from them on the money question.
Satolll at Kansa City.
Kansas Crrr, Mo.. March 9. Car
dinal Sntolli, who arrived in the city
from Denver Saturday evening, put in
a Dusy baouatn yesterday. At ten a.
m. he celebrated pontifical high mass
at the Cathedral of the Immaculate
Conception, on West Eleventh street,
the first mass of the kind ever cele
brated in Kansas City. In the after
noon from two until six he was given
a dinner and reception at tho Coates
house, when it is estimated he shook
hands with 5,000 people. Satolll will
remain in the city until Tuesday.
The Kentucky Benatorshlp.
Frankfort, Ky., March a As a re
sult of Saturday's joint session of the
legislature, the United States senator-
ship in Kentucky is more in doubt than
ever. Strange as it may seem, it ap
pears that the republicans will elect a
democratic senator if Poor and Ed
rington, the populists, persist in vot
ing for Ulackbum. Speaker Iilanford,
republican, is heartily in favor of Car-
lislo to beat Blackburn, if St John
Boyle cannot be elected bv the repub
Ijit of the Dalton Gang.
Pkrry, Ok., March 9. George Kecder.
a notorious outlaw and member of the
Dalton gang of outlaws, was captured
at Pawnee. Boeder is said to be the
last member of tlte once noted gang of
desperadoes. Beoder was arrested by
the city marshal of Pawnee just after
he had assaulted Fanny Eagle and
Maj. Smith, two Pawnee Indians, had
nearly beaten them to death and had
robbed them of considerable money.
A Sulclrtn In a Convent.
Mabyvili-k, Ma, March 9. Mary
McMahon, a novice with the Sisters ol
the, Immaculate Conception here, who
came from Shelbinb, Ma, hanged her
self by standing on tho washstand,
throwing a bed cord over the water
pipe, tying it to her neck and jumping
off. Sno left no message. She had
been a novice six months.
Duke of York to lie Made an Admiral."
London, March ft The duke of York
will be gazetted an admiral shortly,
probably among the queen's anniver
sary honors. His progress in the royal
navy has been one of tho quickest on
record. He entered the navy in 169a
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our 148 page catalomicl
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Your blood in Spring Is almost certain t
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of the winter months. Bad ventilation
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heavy, improper foods, failure of the
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the utmost importance that you
Now, as when warmer weather comes and
the tonic effect of cold bracing air fa
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That tired feeling, loss of appetite, will
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The Greatest Medical Discovery
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DONALD KENNEDY, Of ROXBURY. MASS.,
Has discovered in one of our common
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He has tried it In over eleven hundrea
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the best you can get, and enough '
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