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ED. L BLUE, Editor tod rroptWon
New Yoiik Is tho landing Irish city In
llio 'world in point of population. Dub
lin contains 254,000 human Bonis, and
Now York claims to have 300,000 Irish
A rnoJECT for tho settlement of 600
Russo-Hebrow families in Winnipeg has
been brought beforo tho London Russian-Hebrew
committee. It provides
for a combination of railroad work with
Tite fact that Nobrnska now has 5,400
miles of railway, or within 000 of tho
mileage of all New England, lends tho
Boston Globe to rcmarlc that the oneo
great Am-rican desert seems to be mov
ing to the other side of tho map.
It is proposed by tho World's fair
management that October 12 next bo
observed as a general holiday in honor
of Columbus ond that tho discovery of
America be celebrated in all the schools.
A committco of state superintendents
has" been appointed to further the move
ment. In Pent, the cotton plant rises to tho
distinction of n tree, instend of the com
paratively diminutive shrub which
grows in this country. The treo com
mences benring when it Is two yenrs
old, and it continues to bear every year
for forty or fifty years.
At the present time tho whole num
ber of double stars known and recorded
by astronomers is something over 10,
000; far exceeding the total number of
stars visible to tire naked eye in the en
tiro firmament (about 0,000), and others
are being frequently discovered by tho
great telescopes now in existence.
Blindness roaches tho highest point
in civilized lands (210 person to 100,000
of population) among the Spaniards,
who aro brunettes, while it is much
smaller in Sweden (91 per 100,000, or
less than half), tho land of blondes.
The United States has tho lowest ratio
of blind population in tho world.
Egypt has the highest.
An unplcnsan noto of preparation
lor tho World's fair comes from Chiea
co. Nearly one hundred of tho local
express companies have held a meeting
and "all present enthusiastically sup
ported the movement" to charge fifty
cents for carting a trunk hereafter in
stead of the old price, twenty-five cents.
The new rate goes into effect at once.
Of tho thirteen trees planted by
Alexander Hamilton a hundred years
ago, one for each of the original thir
teen states, the tree representing New
York is now tho tallest and the one
representing Rhode Island the smallest.
Tho trees Virginia, North Carolina,
South Carolina and Georgia were shat
tered by lightning during the war, but
are in good condition now.
Bahon von Feldeu, of Vienna, hns
sold his famous collection of butter
flies to Lord Rothschild, of London,
forS25,000. Tho baron, who is now
seventy-eight years of age, believed
that he was too old to care for his col
lection properly. It is said that Lord
Rothschild intends to leavo his collec
tion, now the finest in the world, to tho
British museum when ho dies.
Kino Leopold, of Belgium, is a re
markable man. While all the other
monarchs of Europe are struggling des
perately against tho encroachments of
tho people upon the royal prerogatives,
Leopold proposes to share the responsi
bilities of government with his subjects.
He asks for a law which shall authorize
him to consult with the electors in cer
tain cases, and so obtain the veiws of
tho people at Inrge.
The great high bridge of the South
ern Pacific railroad over the I'ecos river,
just west of Shumla, Tex., 'has at
tracted the attention of engineers, be
cause it is the third highest bridge in
the world and is by several feet tho
highest in the United States, being
twenty-six feet higher than the great
viaduct on the New York, Lake Erie &
Western railway. The Peeos bridge is
2,180 feet in length and 328 feet above
the surface of the stream.
A genius in Syria, named Mousa
Rhouri has discovered the secret by
which the silk wonn makes silk. Ho
can make the silk by machinery, with
out tho aid of tho silk worm. In this
way tho cost of making silk can he re
duced one-half. A manufactory is to bo
started in Georgia soon by a Syrian
colony. To manufacture silk in this
way a large tract of land has been be
cured on which to plant mulberries, and
the emigrants expect soon to make their
The report of exports from Ichong,
a largo city in China, contains an item
of 13,000 pounds of tiger bones, valued
at?3,000. Only a Chinese would think
of putting tiger bones to any other uso
than that of'fertilizcr, but in China tiger
bones are used as a medicine. They
impart to tho invalid some of the tiger's
strength. Another item is 0,000 pounds
of old deer horns, worth $1,700 anoth
er medicinal agency with whose pecu
liar properties western medical scienco
is not yet acquainted.
fiiE last census shows, among other
surprising things, that there are moro
than half a million almond trees actu
ally bearing in tho United States; that
there are hundreds of thousands of bear
ing cocoanut trees, and that there aro
moro than a quarter of u million olivo
trees, producing fruit equal to tho best
Mediterranean varieties. There aro
more than half a million bearing bana
na plants, 200,000 bearing lemon trees,
4,000,000 orange trees, and 21,000,000
pineapples. Tho value of tropical and
semi-tropical fruita grown under tho
American flag 1b nearly twenty million
A Tunn.n farm flourishes at Lisbon,
There is prospect of a tin mill at Du
Bady Alfonso is on tho now Spanish
An inverted rainbow was seen a few
days ago near Jefferson, la.
New YonKKits proposo to go to tho
World's fair In private yachts.
TllEltc is a falling off of 500 in tho
registration of women in Kansas.
The city of Philadelphia is sued for
$100,000 by heirs of Benjamin Franklin.
Bismarck used to say that Salisbury
was a "pine lath painted to look like
Entr-Eiion William Is planning to go
a whaling excursion off tho coast of
It will talto two years to complete
tho ironclads tho United States is pro
paring to build.
The school children of Japan on ono
day of the year aro taken on a rabbit
A 'Toon RiciiAnn Almanac" of 1758
sold for $35 at an auction in Philadel
phia a few days ago.
A "children's TKMrLK" Is to bo erect
ed at Camden, N. J., attached to tho
Trinity Baptist church.
A chow with only ono leg, and upon
that leg only one toe, was a curiosity
shot recently at Lenoir, N. C.
Premier LounKT said France would
not tolerate politics from tho pulpit,
and would close offending churches.
Phobarly the only monument to Co
lumbus in the United States is in Balti
more, and was erected 100 years ago.
The decree prohibiting the export of
wheat meal from Russian ports on tho
Azof and Black seas has been repealed.
It was tho Boston Courier man who
discovered that "a chaplain in a peniten
tiary never has to exert 'himself to hold
liis audience.' "
A cocoon of a well-fed silk worm will
often yield a thread 1,000 yards long,
and one hns been produced which con
tained 1,205 yards.
An Eskimo village, inhabited by from
fifty to seventy-five natives of the frozen
regions, will bo one of the sights at tho
B. F. Hull, on his place near Orlando,
Fin., has a grape fruit tree 54 inches in
circumference, nnd an orange tree 48
inches in circumference.
A monkey in the Philadelphia zoo
triod to commit suicide by cutting his
throat with a piece of glass, after his
mother had whipped him.
In prosecuting her mission for the
lepers of Siberia, Miss Madden has trav
eled 2.000 miles on horseback and has
secured $5,000 for a hospital.
Queen Margherita, of Italy, will
lend her famous collection of laces to
the Chicago world's fair. It is said to
be one of the finest in the world.
Pullman"- daughter Julia selects the
names for all of his sleeping and palaco
cars, and he is said to pay her SI, 000 a
year for the exercise of her ingenuity.
TnERE is a scheme afoot to create a
greater Boston by including sixty-eight
towns and cities in one vast metropol
itan district, with Boston as the hub.
Special treasury agents seized a day
or two ago, in Chicago, over 5,000 sets
of false teeth that had been smuggled
in from Germany by a woman dentist.
Tun new clock being made for St.
Paul's cathedral in London will have a
face thirty feet in diameter. The ham
mer which strikes the bell weighs 030
The people of Rome get their supply
of water, which is said to be remarkably
pure, from the Apennines through an
aqueduct that was constructed 2,000
Rev. Mr. Twigo, of Middletown,
Mo., is not only an eloquent preacher
but also a skilled trnpper. He hns just
sold $09.75 worth of skunk skins of his
"Cool as a cucumber,'' is scientifical
ly correct Investigation shows that
this vegetable has n temperature ono
degree below that of tho surrounding
Women from the land of Isabella will
find sisterly welcome at Chicago. A
Spanish club has been organized by a
number of Chicago women who speak
Under 120 of the wills probated dur
ing last year in this country, the be
quests for religious, educational and
charitable purposes have amounted to
John H. Inman, the richest man of
the south, was a drummer loy in tho
confederate army, and when the war
was over he did not have a cent or a
friend to help him.
A locomotive, drawingfourpossenger
coaches, has recently done a mile in SOJf
seconds on the Reading road, which
would come very near to 100 miles an
hour if maintained.
Not even a charming wife and big
salaries for lecturing can keep Henry
M. Stanley from Africa. He will go to
the Congo again next summer, it is re
ported, to look after new interests of
the independent state.
Senator Gallinoer, of New Hamp
shire, who was onco a printer, has ac
cepted an invitation to deliver the dedi
catory address at the ceremonies incident
to tho opening of tho Printers' associa
tion at Denver in May.
Lemons are used for soap in many
countries where they grow. When the
men and women of the East Indies want
to wash their hands they squcezo tho
juice of a lemon over them briskly in
water until they aro clean.
Oxford county, Maine, turns out
nearly all of the spools on which tho
thread of this country is wound. They
arc made from white birch timber and
aro produced by tho million.
Gov. Eagle, of Arkansas, is by oc
cupation a farmer and by inclination a
preacher. Baptist congregations some-
I times invito him to fill tho pulpit, nnd
ho is said to bo an exhortcr of no mean
In German literary publications dur
ing 1891 theology held tho first place.
Out of 18,870 literary productions, 1,703
belonged to tho province of theology
and 1,731 to literature ptopcr (dovoIb,
The News Condensed.
Important Intelligence) From All Parts.
A resolution wab introduced In tho senate
on tho 31st ulu directing; tho committco on
finance to Inqulro Into ths causes vt doprcselon
In agriculture and business), and the cHeoi ot
the silver not of 1890. A bill vrti pasied em
powering the managers ot tho national soldiers'
homo to select their employes from nmonc sol
diers who served In tho Into war, Instead of re
stricting them, as now, to tho officers. Tho
house bill authorizing the president in futuro to
appoint army officers as Indian ugents instend
of' civilians was passed..,. In the house tho timo
was passed in discussing the free wool bill.
Petitions for closing tho world's fair Sun
days were presented in tho sonato on tho 1st.
Tho Indian appropriation bill was considered.
Adjourned to tho 4th. ...In thohouso bills woro
reported providing for tho local Belf govern
ment of tho territory ot Utah; for tho election
of Judges pro tem. In tho territory of Oklahoma,
and an urgency deficiency appropriation bill
aggregating JP52,B30. Tho free wool bill was
Tub scnato was not In session on the 2d....In
the houso a bill was reported as a substitute for
tho Hutch bill defining futures and options nnd
imposing special taxes on dealers therein. Tho
general discussion on tho tariff bill came to an
The free coinage of silver bill was discussed
In the scnato on tho 4th, Mr. Morgan speaking
In favor ot the mcasuro and Mr. Sherman
against It. ...In tho house the tariff discussion
was closed by the reading of an address from
Mr. Springer. Tho Chlncso exclusion bill,
which absolutely prohibits the coming Into tho
United States of all Chinese persons, except
tho minister from China, his attaches, servants,
etc., was passed by a voto of 179 to 42.
A cyclone passed through Nelson,
Neb., and about 100 houses, Including
schools, were destroyed. Several per
sons were injured and one killed.
A tassenoer train was hold up by
masked robbers at Wcems, Ala., and
the mall car rilled of all its registered
Silver mines in Colorado continue to
close down on acount of low prices.
Two thousand miners are out of em
ployment in Lcndville alone.
Cmi:r HurtOEss issued a proclamation
forbidding the sale or delivery of Sun
day newspapers in Carlisle, Pa,, under
penalty of the law.
The new United States steamship
Raleigh was successfully launched at
Mns. Anna C. Shaw and her sister,
Mrs. Johnson, were found in their home
at Houston, Tex., with their throats
cut. Walter Shaw, Mrs. Shaw's son,
was missing and was supposed to hava
committed the murders.
A town to be known as "Ashley" is
to be built IK miles east of Hudson,
Ind., by the Wabash railroad.
Hundreds of families In Kansas have
lost everything through a destructive
prairie fire. William Dunn, in an at
tempt to save his property, lost his life.
TnE business failures in the United
States for the quarter ended on the 31st
ult. numbered !?,207, ngainst3,401 dur
ing the same time last year; total lia
bilities, S35,3G1,749, against 844,848,783
in the same period in 1891.
The steamer Golden Rule was burned
at Its dock in Cincinnati nnd five per
sons lost their lives. The boat and
cargo was 'valued at 875,000.
Two nnoTHEits, O. C. and William
Ford, of Janesville, Wis., are said to be
heirs to part of an estate In New York
valued at SflU.OOO.OOO.
A. II. Moom:, of Philadelphia, has
purchased from Monroe Salisbury, of
Pleasanton, Cal., the stallion Director,
with a record of 2:17. for S75.000.
Mayor Graves, of Fitchburg, Mass.,
has been prohibited from practicing
law for one year because he obtained
At the leading clearing houses in the
United States the exchanges during tho
week ended on the 1st aggregated Sl,
0S3,02S,8S0, against 81,409,555,071 the
previous week. The increase as com
pared with the corresponding week of
1891 was 30.7.
In tho United States the business
failures during the seven days ended on
the 1st numbered 21S, against 231 the
preceding week and 243 for the corre
sponding week last year.
Walter Cook, a negro, was hanged at
Fairburn, Ga., for the murder of An
t drew Kaiser in Ccobcr last.
The public debt statement issued on
the 1st showed the total debt to be
971,020,52S; cash in the treasury, S132,
89S,8S4; debt less cash in the treasury,
8S38,0J7,O44. Decrease during March,
Mns. Georoe P. EAsnv lost her life
in a vain attempt to rescue her 0-year-o!d
daughter from a burning building at
Miss Emma Fox shot and killed her
self at Altoona, Pa., because Miss
Birdie iioate with whom she had fallen
in love refused to return tho affection.
James Baker, of Moorehouse, La.,
was accused of stealing ducks by E. P.
Norsworthy. lie killed his accuser and
then put a bullet through his own head.
Charles A. Wright, convicted of
murder at Elizabeth, N. Y., has been
sentenced to die in the electric chair in
the week beginning May 10.
Duhino a storm in Chicago a new
brick building was blown over upon
three dwelling houses, crushing them
and killing nine perbons. Eighteen
others were badly Injured.
At Mlllcrsburg, O., a mob hanged nn
unknown negro. He was the only col
ored man In the county and refusal to
leave when ordered to do so was the
only charge against him.
Itnv. Dr. PARUiiuitsr's charges that
gambling and disorderly houses were
allowed to flourish in New York were
sustained by a grand jury, which cen
sured tho police and charged them with
John Burrikk, a school teacher near
Lima, O,, attempted to punish a pupil,
when the scholar with two others set
upon him and beat him so that ho died
in a short time.
Four men were klffcd by an explo
sion In a dynamite f :tory at Bessemer,
Ala. Their names are: G. S. Hartley,
Walter Luke, Ed lloykln and Frank
Flames in tho business portion of
Greenville, Miss., destroyed thirty
bulldipgs. Loss, $100,000.
A train was blown from tho track on
the Burlington & Northwestern ' rail
road 40 miles north of Burlington, la.,
and four persons were seriour.ly, injured.
Sales of lenf tobacco at Danville, Vn.,
during tho month of Mnroh woro 5,889,
000 pounds, the largest Bales ever innde
ihcre in a slnglo month.
John McNamara aged 15 years, son
of a wealthy Brighton (Mass.) con
tractor, was arrested for perjury. When
his father learned of his son's disgrace
ho dropped dead.
A cyclone in Kansas wiped out the
Tillage of Towanda and destroyed prop
erty In many other othor places. Over
thirty persons were killed and many
others were Injured, some fatally. Ter
rific storms also swept over portions of
Nobraska, Missouri, Iowa, Illinois and
Wisconsin, leaving death and destruc
tion in their wake. In South Haven,
Kan., the entire family of John Bury
mnstcr, five In all, were killed, and the
family of William Little, five In num
ber, perished at Wellington, Kan.
A lawyer's surety company has been
formed In New York city with a capi
tal of S500.000. Its business is to fur
nish bonds as surety in law suits.
The department of state at Washing
ton is advised that at present thero arc
seventy Canadian seal poachers In the
Behringsea, against fifty-one at this
timo lust year.
The recent cyclone In Kansas swept
away every building in tho villages of
"Vine Creek, Smolar and Oakville, and
thirty of the bebt residences In Omaha,
Neb. Other towns were badly dam
aged. Tho total loss of life was placed
Walter E. Shaw has confessed that
he killed his mother and aunt with a
razor at Houston, Tex., in order to get
810 with which to continue a spree.
A FIRE in New Orleans destroyed 80,
000 bales of cotton and six squares of
residences, causing a loss of 83,000,000.
The fire started from a cigarette which
some person threw among the cotton.
Four men have been indicted for the
murder of Banker Mead, of Waupaca,
Wis., in 1SS2.
The disclosure of crime made by
Rev. Dr. Parkhurst has caused the clos
ing of saloons in New York city at mid
night and all day on Sundays.
Downing's carriage works and the
grain elevators of Phineas & Croach nt
Erie, Pa., were burned, the loss being
Near Huntington, W.Va., Allen Har
rison shot and instantly killed Bcttic
Adams because she refused to marry
Thousands of window panes in resi
dences and in store buildings at Bur
lington, Kan., were broken during a
The New York Grant monument, It is
said, will be completed in 1893.
Burglars stole S10.000 worth of
Omaha-San Francisco tickets from the
union depot at Omaha, Neb.
In the United States the visible sup
ply of grain on the' 4th was: Wheat,
41,02S,000 bushels; corn. 11,539,000 bush
els; oats, 8,092,000 bushels; rye, 1,043,
000 bushels; barley, 019,000 bushels.
Six sisters named Harvey, who had
held up stages several times in Idaho,
were captured by a sheriff and his posse
near Salmon City.
At Scottdalc, Plerson and Browns
town, In Pennsylvania, a windstorm
blew down and unroofed many build
ings. Near Bosworth, Mo., houses were
destroyed by a windstorm and several
persons were badly injured.
The small village of Barnhill, 111.,
was swept by a cyclone, and only three
houses were left standing. No lives
Miss Cora Sturre, of Springfield,
111., aged 25, who has been dumb from
infancy, has begun to lisp a few S3'lla-
bles to the surprise of the medical pro
fession. A freight train on the Chesapeake
& Ohio was derailed in West Virginia
by a bowlder, the engine was thrown
Into the river, and the engineer, fire
man and a brakeman killed.
William L. Harnett, of Morris. 111.,
who murdered his wife last November,
pleaded guilty and was sentenced to
imprisonment for life.
Yetta Ottens, Lubbc Grecde and a
man named Lohman, of Fulton, 111,,
were drowned in the Mississippi while
attempting to cross from Clinton, In.,
In a small boat.
Gov. Boyd has issued a proclamation
calling on the people of Nebraska to
aid the cyclone sufferers of Nelson und
In New York city on the 4th the ther
mometer marked 74 degrees, the hottest
day on record there at this season of
A severe windstorm passed over
eastern and western Arkansas, doing
A boat containing a pleasure party
of six was carried over a dam neur
Coleralne, Mass., and five of the occu
punts, two ladles and three men, were
Charlie Ward, one of the most
notorious criminals of the United
States, will be released 'from the state
penitentiary at Columbus, O., April 15.
He Is over 70 years of age and has
spent fifty-two years of his life in
Billy Murphy, a half-breed Indian
In the Tellieo mountains of Tennessee,
killed his fifth man. He sayshe is going
to kill ten beforo he stops. No one dares
attempt to arrest him.
Another terrific windstorm swept
over Kansas, doing great damage at
Chcrr.wale, Emporia, Fort Scott, Gar
land, Dexter and other places.
A heavy snowstorm In western Ne-
j brnska caused the abandoning of all
A hailstorm in Belmont and Jeffer
son counties, 0., did damage to the ex
tent of 8100,000.
PERSONAL AND POLITICAL.
President Harrison has nominated
Frank L. Combs, of California, to bo
minister to Japan.
Gov, McKinley, of Ohio, has appoint
ed C. L. Poorman secretary of stute vice
D. J. Ryan resigned.
I SknaiorCui.I.om, of Illinois, wrote a
letter to ex-Mayor Roche, of Chicago,
declining to allow his name to ho fur-
I thcr mentioned as a republican presi
'J in: Minnesota democrats in state
convention ut St. Paul elected delegates
to the natlonul convention instructed to
Tote for Clevelnnd for president. The
platform opposes prolectlon, favors re
form In tho system of tariff duties, arid
demands free and Unrestricted coinage
of both silver and gold.
Oregon prohibitionists met In state
convention at Portland nnd nominated
two congressmen, judge of supreme
court, presidential electors and dele
gates to the national convention.
Pedro Montt, tho Chllitin mlnlstor,
has been elected a member of congress
in his country and will sail for home
Charles D. Drake, aged 81 years,
ox-chlef justice of tho court or claims,
was found dead in his bed in Washing
ton. George N. Lester, attorney goncral
of Georgia, died at Atlanta.
The Mississippi legislature has ad
journed after a thrpe months' session.
Wiutelaw Reid, United States minis
ter to France, arrived in New York
William Denamorev of East Liver
pool, O., died at the ago of 103. Ho
served in the war of 1812 and in the
Mrs. Welthea Little SrRAGUE,
widow of, Hon. Seth Sprague, died at
Du.xbury, Mass., at tho age of 103.
Gen. W. S. Singleton died at Balti
more, Mil., aged 82 years. In 1805 Pres
ident Lincoln Intrusted Gen. Singleton
with a mission to Richmond, whither
he went four times and conferred with
Jefferson Davis nnd others.
Petroleum btored in a house at Frei
burg, In tho grand duchy of Baden,
caught fire and caused the death of an
entire family of eight persons.
Over 200 persons lost their lives in
the fire which nearly destroyed Manila
lay, the capital of Burmah.
The' Chinese government has garri
soned all the mission districts in China,
and lias promised to punish severely
the perpetrators of any outrages in the
The Norwegian steamer Louise was
wrecked off the northwest const of
Norway and ten persons were drowned.
Unemployed workingmen in London
paraded under a black banner with the
inscription: "We demand the right to
A large paper-mill at Dunbar, Scot
land, was burned, the loss in buildings,
stocks and machinery amounting to
In a fire in the Bonsccours market in
Montreal twenty-three firemen wcro
nearly suffocated bysmoke.
In Poscn, Germany, a woman and five
children, caught in the fourth story of
a burning building, jumped into a
blanket held by men below, but all
The steamer Missouri from New York
with food for the famine sufferers in
Russia was enthusiastically welcomed
on her nrrival at Libau.
French troops captured the rebel
forts at Yentse, in Tonquin, after hard
fighting, during which three officers
and seventeen privates were killed.
By an act just passed in South Aus
tralia all hotels arc to be altogether
closed on Sundays.
An international congress of social
ists will be held in London June 7.
The famine in the north of Germany
was spreading and many deaths from
starvation were reported. In fifty com
munes the suffering was extreme.
A'conspiracy to blow up the Spanish
chamber of deputies at Madrid was dis
covered and the police arrested two an
archist leaders, each carrying an eight
pound bomb, at the door of the cortcs.
An overloaded steamer in the Black
sea was said to have gone down with
all of the 200 passengers on board.
The mammoth furniture fnctory of
Cron, Kills & Co. at Piqua, O., burned
on the 5th. The plant consisted of a
magnificent four-story brick building
and two large warehouses. The total
loss is $200,000; fully Insured. The flames
spread to the surrounding houses and
five dwellings were destroyed.
John F. Begob, the lawyer who waa
senior guardian of Camp 20, Clan-na-Gaol,
at the time of the murder of Dr.
Cronln and one of the five defendants in
that celebrated trial, died at Chicago on
the 5th. Beggs was the only ono ac
quitted of the five Indicted for tho mur
der. At Philadelphia, on the 5th, William
S. Hart, dealer In steel, iron and iron
ore, made an assignment. The firm had
a capital of 75,000. On this capital tho
firm had done a business of nearly $2,
000,000 a year, some years exceeding
The notorious Capt. Hatfield was
killed a few evenings ago in a row over
a game of ppker in his home near
Louisa, Ky., among outlaws who had
solemnly vowed perpetual friendship.
The Illinois building at the world's
fair grounds in Chicago was struck by a
gale on the 5th and badly wrecked, tho
loss being estimated at S20.000.
Capt. Hall with two companies of
cavalry bus ejected several hundred,
boomers from the Cherokee strip nnd
burned their houses. Tho entire 0,000,
000 ucres of the strip will now bo put
under military patrol, and all boomers,
hunters and bottlers will bo kept out.
An official estimate of tho world's fair
receipts ih (35,407,050. It is estimated
that $22,220,403 will be expended Jn cre
ating the fair. Thirty million visitors
are expected at tho fair.
Aftek tho llnanco committco had killed off
Eomo Funnels' Alliance bills and Mr. Morgan
bad presented an amendment to hfB bllvcr reso
lutions, tho scnuto on tho fith settled down to
consideration of tho Indian appropriation bill.
Tho discussion was mainly participated In by
senators opposed to present action on tho silver
question. Thero was a diffusiveness in their
comments upon alleged Immoralities of army
posts near Indlati agencies whlehsuggestcd that
ono of the principal objeots dcslroil was tbo
consumption of timo so as to shut out further
sllvir dobato. Without final action on tho bill
tho sonato adjourned after havln? referred to
tho committco on foreign relations tho houso
Chinese, exclusion bill Tho session of tho
house, was entirely consumed in filibustering on
tbo frco wool hill, tho democrats rtfuslng to ul
low ono hour on cadi side for debute on tho llrat
suction, Mr. JIurrows malting a motion to that
effect. The speaker Ucolded that Mr. Durrows
was out of order whon thu latter attempted to
effect an arrangement of time respecting tho do
bate. This caused Mr. llurrows to resort to fil
ibustering methods which were successfully car
ried out until thu bouse, finding Itself powerlein
to transact business, adjourned.
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both in tho way it acts, and in the
way it's sold, is Dr. Picrco'a Favor
ite Prescription for women.
i It acts in this way :
If you'ro weak or " run-down," it
builds you up ; if you suffer from
any of the painful disorders anc?
dorangoments peculiar to your box,
it relipvcs and cures. It improves
digestion, enriches tho blood, dis
pels aohes and pains, brings refresh
ing sleep, and restores flesh an5
strength. For all functional woak
nesses and irregularities, it's a posi
tive Tomcdy. Hence,
It's sold in this way :
It's gitarantccd to givo satisfac
tion, in every case, or tho money
paid for it is refunded.
Thoy'ro tho smallest, tho cheapest,
the easiest to take. '
But all that would bo nothing,
if they weren't also tho best ta
Dr. Pierco's Pleasant Pellets pre
vent and cure Sick Headache, Bil
ious Headache, Constipation, Indi
gestion, Bilious Attacks, and alt
derangements of the liver, stomach
It Cures Coldi, Coughs, Sore Throat, Croup, Isflncnxft.
Whooping Cough, Bronchitis and Asthma. A certain
euro fur ConcuTDFtion la Urst stages, and a suro relict
In advanrttl ntuircs. Use at once. You will see the ex
reliant efTrrt after tsKlnc tho first i!oe. Gold by
dealers oTerjwhero. Large bottles. M eenta and U.O&
THE NEXT MORNING I FEEL BRIGHT ANC
NEW AND MY COMPLEXION IS BETTER,
My doctor aays it ocw gcntlr on the ttoinach, live
End kldnejs. nnd lsa pleasant laxatlre. This drink:
i mailo from herbs, and U prepared foruso as easllr
as tea. It Is called
All druggists sell It at COo. and 9100 per packagei
Bujrpnotndor. Lnnn's family Medicine moVre
(lie bonels cacUUuy. lnonlcrtolxi licaltby, piu.
This GREAT COUGH CUKE, this success
ful CONSUMPTION CURE Is sold bydrug
gisti on a positive) guarantee), a test that no
othor Curo can stand successfully. If yon
have- a COUGH, HOARSENESS or LA.
GRIPPE, It will curo you promptly. If your
olilld hns CROUP or WHOOPING COUGH,
aso it quickly and rolief Is Huro. If you ear
CONSUMPTION, don't wait until your ouse
ls hopcles3, but tako this Curo nt onco and ro
cdvo immediate help. Largo bottles, SOeand.
f 1.00. Travelers convenient pocket size, 25o.
A3k your druggist for SHILOH'S CURK
If vour lunirs nr Roro or back lnmo, use
Billion's Porous Piasters, f rice. -ooT
q w& m m
Ihe smnHoat Pill In tho Worldly
Why do you suffer).
) from Dyspepsia and SlcU-IIcadaclio, A
'a render! nu Iffo mlkorable, Tvlieu tho1
roincdy Is nt your band?
Tiny Liver Pills
rivWill speedily removo all this trouble. .
I(P onabloyou to eat and digest your food, V
prevent Iicndarho and Impart an
enjoyment of llfo to which you liavoA.
V been n. stranger. Doso small. "Price V
SO cents. OlUoo, 31) 1'ark l'lnce, N. .V.
When you buy Flags you'"1
want the best. Government
Standard is the best; the
largest flag dealers in the U.
S. are G. W. SIMMONS ,
& CO., Oak Hall, Boston, "
Mass. Dealers in Militarv
Write for a7
Wo Cut thn lrlco and sail
tlinn nil our cnmpiHltors, nnd are stilt
mnilLjl LEADEHB OF. ioW PRICES,
BI'Kl'lll. I CT riUCK DlI'l. 01 FKU.
goo Open DuiiKr.unly tt7.au
o Ton Umtgy'.oiily U8.uu
mv liuBKy Harness onir 4 it
Uur cf Factory. Bavoillddl.
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