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ED. L BLUE, Editor and Proprietor.
PERRYSBURG, : OHIO.
The desert of Sahara 1ms almost ex
actly tlio number of square miles that
the United States has.
TosKPit Dion, tho billiard player, who
at one time was tho champion of Ameri
ca, has become an inmate of the homo
on Ward's island for tho pauper insane.
The largest greenback extant is a
S10,t)00 bill, and only ono Mich note has
"been printed by tho government. Of
the 85,000 bills, tho next largest, thcro
Jlit. Ajjd Mas. James Maydwkll, of
Cincinnati, have been the proud parents
of twenty-ono children, twenty of
whom uro still living. Three pairs of
twins arc counted in tho family census.
A TfUMnnn of Englishmen have offered
to contribute 8375,000 with which to
purchase the ground near the Damascus
gate of Jerusalem, which has been
identified as the actual site of tho holy
Sir John Whittakeii Ellis, who was
lord mayor of London ten years ago, is
nbout to visit tho United States, and as
lie has given a solemn assurance that
he will not write up the country he
may count upon a hearty welcome.
Imprisonment may help a man by
giving him absolute leisure in which to
think. M. Turpin, the Inventor of the
explosive melinite, who is now under
going five years' Imprisonment, claims
to have finally solved the problem of
Miss Maud Stone, of Cincinnati, is
shortly to marry Mr. Carey, of New
York. Inasmuch as the prospective
bride is the young lady for whom
Maud S. was named tho country at
large may be permitted to extend its
Three warships will be launched
next month, cruiser No. C at San Fran
cisco, unarmorcd, 5,500 tons, and car
rying a powerful battery; the Cincin
nati, from tho New York navy yard;
and the Ammcn ram, now building at
the Itath iron works.
Or the 11,000,000 women in Italy
nearly 2,000,000 are employed in indus
trial labor, and over 3,000,000 in agri
culture. They are in the majority In
tho cotton, linen, and jute industries,
and in the silk trade there are 117,000
women employed and but 17,700 men.
Jasies Dnooivs, a 12-year-old lad, has
just been relieved of several inches of
superfluous tongue tho enlargement
of which was ascribed to a fish bone
by an operation performed by Dr.
Leach, at the Citizens' hospital, Wash
ington. Many persons suffer from this
ailment without knowing it.
Four wealthy citizens of Winnipeg,
Man., have started on one of the
longest drives on record. Their desti
nation is Jacksonville, Flo., a distance
of 2,500 miles. After spending the
winter in Florida the party will, early
in tho summer, drive from Jacksonville
to Chicago, and after taking in the
world's fair begin the return drive to
Ax elevator containing thirteen peo
ple dropped seven stories in a building
in Chicago and nobody was killed.
Two or three were injured, but no ono
was fatally hurt. What shall be said,
after this, of the thirteen superstition?
It has to be proven that if twelve
people, or fourteen people, had fallen
seven btories in an elevator they would
have been so fortunate.
The ink used in printing your money
is not the ordinary printer's ink in gen
eral use. James Eddy, Troy, N. Y.,
mukes all the ink with which the gov--ernment
paper money is printed. His
father invented it, and just before his
death let his son into tho secret of its
manufacture a secret that he still
keeps to himself, as it is worth S50,
000 a year to him. The ink in question
is said to be the only kind that will
print on the paper now used for govern
New York's most notable capitalists
are men of very simple habits, and some
of the richest of them spend less than a
well-paid clerk spends on minor per
sonal pleasures. Very few of them use
tobacco or liquor. It is said to be a
rare thing for Jay Gould to have S100
in money in his pocket, and Kussell
Sage, John D. Rockefeller and C. I
Huntington carry but little ready cash
with them. Mr. Sage keeps as careful
a record of his small personal expenses
as does a young housewife on a limited
Rev. Joseph Nouri, who trails con
siderable alphabetical bric-a-brac after
his name in the shape of D. D.'s and
LL. D.'s, and who hails from the Orient
as bishop of Jerusalem, while in San
Francisco recently gave to the papers
an account of a recent trip of his to Mt.
Ararat, where he claims to have found
Noah's old ship in a tolerable state of
preservation. Ho found the ark perched
on one of the summits of Ararut 18,000
feet above the bea level and a trifle tho
worse for wear. It was buried in tho
snow and ice, and ono end had been
broken in and tho apartmentb were
filled .with ice.
Recent reports fiom central Africa
arc not encouraging to the progrebs of
Christian civilization there. The
Arabs, who are superior to tiro negroes,
teem, determined to rule the country.
As Mohammcdunism allows slavery,
they welcome and support missionaries
of their own faith and influence the na
tives ugainbt Christian missionaries.
Tho Congo Free State does,not contain
whitescttlers enough to exert much influence.1-'Obviously
there must be con
cert of action between European states
or "Darkest Africa" will be in a worse
condition than it was before it was
visited by Livingstone and Stanley.
The News Condensed.
Important Intelligence From All Parts.
In a 10-milo race on tho Scdalia
(Mo.) half-mile track Jack Prince, an
Omaha bicyclist, defeated Mary How
ard, a trotter; time, 85 minutes !!o sec
onds. Supreme Justice Somkihit and other
officials of the Iron Hall society wcro
indicted at Marion, Ind., for cmbczzlo
menu After twonty-fivo years of neglect
of thoso waters it is now proposed by a
San Francisco firm to revive whaling
in tho South seas and Antartlc ocean.
A TKitniKio storm prevailed in Col
orado, and at Palmer lake, on tho di
vide, tho snow in places was 30 foot
deep. Several fatal accidents occurred
at El Moro.
The National Lithographers' asso
ciation opened its fifth annual conven
tion in Boston.
Ilv a vote of 5 to 2 the court of ap
peals decided that the recent appor
tionment of the stato of New York by
the last legislature was legal and valid.
At the annual encampment in In
dianapolis of tho Union Veteran legion
W. II. Tucker, of Indianapolis, was
The village of Uluford, 111., was
almost entirely destroyed by fire.
A riRB in San Francisco destroyed
fifteen dwellings and several largo
stables and twelve horses were cre
mated. A Moil at Monroevillo, Ala., took
from jail Iturrell Jones and his son
Moses, with two accomplices, who
wcro charged with murdering Mr.
Richard L. Johnson and his daughter,
and hanged them.
The military espionage that has
been kept over Homestead, Pa., for
ninety-five days has como to an end.
Phil Young, the negro who shot
Walter Glass (white), was taken fiom
the Palmyra (Va.) jail and lynched.
During the late drouth in Texas over
150,000 head of cattle perished.
The reorganized Pacific Short Line
Bridge Company has commenced the
erection of a SI, 000,000 bridge across
the Missouri river at Sioux City, la.
A carriage containing A. D. Max
well, two Misses Taylor and Miss Kate
Houghawent was struck by a train
near Shamokin, Pa., and Maxwell and
the Taylor girls were fatally injured.
Most of the business portion of Hill
City, S. D., was destroyed by fire.
A verv faint comet was discovered
by Prof. E. E. Barnard at Lick observa
tory on Mount Hamilton, Cal.
The Ohio Falls Car Company at Jef
fersonville, Ind., has reorganized under
the name of the Ohio Falls Car Manu
facturing Company, with a capital in
creased from 5000,000 to S1,SOO,000.
Train robbers held up a Missouri
Pacific train near Tyro, Kan., and
robbed the Pacific Express Company's
car of a small amount of money after
wounding the messenger.
By an explosion of gas at the Ster
ling colliery near Shamokin, Pa., one
man was killed, four were injured and
eight others entombed.
Charles Lowndhr Cottenkt, one of
New York's society leaders, was killed
by falling from his horse while hunt
ing with tho Meadowbrook (L. I.)
In the United States the leading
clearinghouses reported exchanges of
Sl,181,Cti2,7SS during the seven days
ended on the 14th, against 81,503,252,015
tho previous seven days. As compared
with tho coricsponding week of 1891
tho increase was 10.5.
A mountain of carbonate of zinc has
been discovered near Hillsboro, N. M.
A new counterfeit five-dollar silver
certificate has been put into circulation
in Chicago. It has the new back and is
of the series of 1S01.
There were 215 business failures in
the United States in the seven days
ended on the 14th, against 220 the pre
vious seven days and 250 for the cor
responding time last year.
The boiler at Thorp's mills near
Montgomery, Tex., exploded, killing
Alex Waite, the engineer, and a boy,
and wounding a number of others.
The search for the bodies at the
Sterling Run colliery near Shamokin,
Pa., revealed the fact that five miners
were killed by tho explosion and six
were taken out alive but fatally in
jured. CHAI...ES Bobsein & Co., dealers in
musical merchandise at Detroit, Mich.,
have made an assignment, with liabili
ties of 8100,000.
Three strikers named Dugan, Clem
ens and Gibson were arrested at the
Homestead (Pa.) steel works on sus
picion of a dynamite plot
Two freight trains collided on the
New London & Northern railroad near
New London, Conn., and four men and
three race horses were killed in the
In a fight on a train near Booucville,
Mo., John Leary and Frank Harris,
bcth colored, killed each other.
The barn on tho dairy ranch of J.
W. Horner near Erie, Col., was de
stroyed by fire, and sixty-five head of
milch cows and five head of horses
were consumed in the flames.
Over 300 head of cattle and several
men perished in the great snowstorm
All of the prisons and reformatory
institutions of "Michigan will furnish
displays for the Michigan world's fair
Trade was reported good and con
stantly increasing in all portions of the
John Butts shot and fatally wounded
his wife at Portland, Ore., because hhe
would not live with him and thon put
a bullet into his own head.
All tho business buildings in Kings
bury, Cal., and two residences were de
stroyed by fire.
Maxwell Anderson, 14 years of age,
died at Jcffersonville, Ind., of hydro
phobia caused by a rat bite.
Mrs. William Hackhan, an aged in
ma to of the county, infirmary at Cald
well, O., was fatally burned by her
clothing igniting from her pipe.
Peter Wagner, a stonecutter in
Brooklyn, N. Y., futally shot his wife
and then blew out his own bruius.
Jealousy was the cause.
The national league's baseball season
ended with tho Cloavclands champions
of the second season. They and Boston,
winners of tho first division of games,
will play off for tho championship.
The clubs flnlbhed as follows; Clove
land, .097 per cent.; Boston, .053;
Brooklyn, .571; Pittsburgh, .558; Phil
adelphia, .632; Now York, .5111; Chi
cago, .513; Cincinnati, .500; Louisville,
.440; Baltimore, .310; St. Louis, ,833;
E. D. Lorenzo, a bookmaker of na
tional reputation, was found dead in
the Dearborn hotel in Chicago.
President Harrison has signed a
proclamation opening to immediate
settlement tho surplus lands of tho
Crow Indian reservation in Montana,
aggregating about 1,800,000 acres.
The town of Randolph, Wis., was nl
most wiped out by fire. Tho business
section was destroyed.
Three colored miners, Obo Taylor,
Andrew Vineyard and his son, wcro all
instantly killed in a coal mlno near
Bevicr, Mo., by tho fulling of a rock.
Martin Peterson, of Goshen, Ind.,
was awarded 83,000 damages against
tho Lake Shoro Railway Company for
tho loss of two arms.
A carle car in Pittsburgh, Pa
crushed into a political club, killing
two persons and injuring a dozen
Several factories and other build
ings were burned at Bethel, Conn., tho
loss being 5125,000.
A territory in Nures county, Tex.,
embracing 400,000 acres of land, was
flooded to a depth of 2 feet by a water
spout. The domestic money order service
has been ordered established in 1,S47
fourth-class post offices throughout the
Fire which started in a frame tene
ment nt Jersey City, N. J., did S125.000
Edward Heron waylaid and mortal
ly wounded John Winston, at Dixon,
ICy. Heron attempted to escape and
was shot dead while resisting arrest.
While picking up coal on the Penn
sylvania railroad tracks at Conemaugh
Furnace, Pa., Mrs. Sadie Rcssler and
her 12-year-old daughter wero struck
by a train and instantly killed.
John Palmer was dragged from his
home at Owosso, Mich., by masked
men, tied to a telegraph pole and given
twenty lashes for repeatedly whipping
Two iioys aged 9 and 4, sons of J. H.
McNamara, of Des Moines, la., wero
run over by an electric motor and in
Br the fall of a wall in a sluiceway
at Seneca Falls, N. Y., five men were
A hoiler exploded in tho Burgess
steel works at Portsmouth, O., killing
Richard Fleming and George Brcsslci
and injuring seven other persons.
J. S. BEnroRD and another man who
had been arrested on the charge of
horse stealing and acquitted were
shot and killed from ambush near Chey
Many of the strikers at Homestead,
Pa, were returning to work, and the
strike was said to be about over.
In the first of the nine games be
tween the Cleveland and Boston base
ball clubs for the National league cham
pionship, played at Cleveland, eleven
innings were played without a run be
ing scored. The game was then called
on account of darkness.
In a race war between Italians and
Hungarians at Milnesville, Pa., one
man was killed, three mortally
wounded and a dozen seriously hurt.
Gov. Humphrey, of Kansas, has
asked Gen. Miles to send a company
of United States cavalry to the south
ern Kansas border for the protection
of citizens from the remaut of the Dal
Twelve Esquimaux families from
Hudson Bay arrived at Jackson park,
Chicago, to lemain a year on exhibi
tion. Thieves robbed the Roman Catholic
church at Dan bury, Conn., and secured
six golden chalices valued at 83,000,
and other valuables.
Nine outlaws who had stolen several
hundred horses in upper Idaho were
shot and then hanged by their cap
The United States supreme court has
rendered a decision upholding the con- f
stitutionality of the new Michigan
election law, known as the Miner law,
which provides for the election of pres
idential electors by congressional dis
tricts. The box factory and planing mill in
Chicago of H. Paepcke & Co. was wiped
out by fire, the loss being 8100,000.
IN a quarrel at Cleveland William
Donohue threw alighted lamp at Emma
Wilson and she was burned to death.
Two state banks were closed in Ne
braska, one at Ainsworth, the other
at Spring View.
Attorney General John P. Stock
ton, of New Jersey, struck a blow at
the Reading coal combination by ask
ing for the appointment of a receiver
for all tlio combined roads.
PERSONAL AND POLITICAL.
Repuhlicanb of the Tenth New York
district nominated Charles E. Coon for
congrebs. Mr. Coon was assistant sec
retary of tho treasury under President
S. A. Whitfield has resigned as first
assistant postmaster general.
John II. Camp, an ex-congressman
and prominent republican, died at his
home in Lyons, N. Y.
Col. Williasi H. Hutter, of Easton,
Pa., one of tho oldest newspaper men
in the Lehigh valley, died of nervous
prostration. He was 09 years old.
Linus B. Comins, a member of con
gress from 185P to 1858 inclusive, died
in Boston, aged 70 years.
The republicans made the following
congressional nominations in New
York: Second district, W. N. Grace;
Fourth, C. B. Hobbs; Fifth, C G. Ben
nett; Sixth, John Greuny.
Mus. Harrison's condition is becom
ing very berlous. The president is
much depressed in spirits ut her steady
decline, and no longer attempts to give
attention to public affairs.
Edward W. Seymour, a judge of the
supreme court and member of congress
from 1882 to 16S7, died at his home in
Litchfield, Conn,, aged CO years.
CArr. Orlando H.'Ross diod in Wash
ington. lie served in tho army of tho
union during tho war. Ho was a
cousin of Gen. Grant and a momber of
his staff, being tho last survivor, it is
aid, of that body.
Victoria Woodhult. Martin has
written a letter accepting tho women
suffragist nomination for prcsldont.
Roiiert T. Lincoln, United States
minister to tho court of St. James, ar
rlvrd in Now York.
The Tammany democrats in Now
York city havo renominated John R.
Fellows, Amos J. Cummings, Bourko
Cockran and Timothy J. Campbell for
Wisconsin's legislature convoned in
extra session to apportion tho assembly
and senatorial districts, tho former law
having been declared unconstitutional.
The Now York stato commlttoo of
tho woman's suffrago party has issued
a statement denying that Victoria
Woodhull Martin is that party's candi
date for president of tho United States.
Rev. William Henry Jernigan, of
Independence county, Ark., died nt tho
age of 80. He had been a member of
the Methodist church for scventy-flvo
The Mexican board of charity has
imported 8300,000 worth of corn in tho
month past and sold it at cost to tho
A French chemist has succeeded in
making imitation diamonds that cost
more than tho genuine.
President Carnot has bestowed tho
cross of tho Legion of Honor on Henry
Harris, the eminent American writer,
who is at present a resident of Paris.
A massacre of seventeen native In
dian troops attached to tho British
forces took place in the Chin hills in
Blacksmith Allard, of Levis, Que.,
lias tempered aluminum to the hard
ness of steel, according to the certifi
cate of Abbe La Flamme, of Laval
The Italian chamber of deputies has
been dissolved by royal decree and No
vember 0 has been fixed as the date for
holding the elections for new members
of the chamber.
President Pena, of the Argcntino
republic, has taken the oath of ofiico
and formed a ministry.
The western half of Alberta, tho
ranching district of Manitoba, has been
devastated by prairie flics. Thousands
of tons of hay and many buildings wero
burned and many cattle perished.
The returns issued by tho board of
trade at Paris show that during tho
month of September the imports de
creased 50,000,000 francs and that tho
exports increased 21,099,000 francs as
compared with tho corresponding
month last year.
The Uonduran schooner Stranger
capsized in tho gulf of Mexico during
a hurricane and sixteen persons wcro
During a quarrel with his wife a
farmer named Bauman, living near
Commanda, Ontario, stabbed tho
woman fatally and then blew out his
brains with a shotgun.
The steamer Bokhara, of tho Pen
insular & Oriental line, was wrecked on
Land island, near the island of For
mosa. She carried a number of pas
sengers and a large crew, and over 150
lives were lost.
According to the official figures there
have been 17,902 cases of cholera and
7,593 deaths since the outbreak of tho
plague in Hamburg. .
By the capsizing of a boat off Nvkloe
bing, a small seaport town in Denmark,
eight persons were drowned.
Nine miners wcro suffocated by
choke damp in the Delere mine in Italy.
n. B. Barker, the Santa Fe operator
who sent a bogus telegram ordering
out Santa Fe operators, disappeared
from Dodge City, Kan., on the 18th.
He learned that Ramsay and the com
pany intended to prosecute him to tho
utmost limit for his costly joke and did
not wait to be arrested.
The bricklayers' unions at Boston
will establish an eight-hour work day
on November 1. This is tho first branch
of the building trades in Massachusetts
to obtain the eight-hour work day. Tho
men, in order to gain their object with
out a strike, agreed to sacrifice ono
Ei'HR.viM Youno, a Spring Garden
bank director, wanted in Philadelphia
for embezzling $5,000, was arrested at
Pittsburgh, Pa., on tho 18th.
SKVENTY-rivE pounds of dynamite ex
ploded on a government dredge boat six
miles below Chattanooga, Tenn., on tho
18th, tearing tho deck out of the boat
and sinking it Charles Gunn's head
was blown off and two laborers named
Sharp and Thompson wore fatally in
jured. At New York City on tho 18th Mrs.
Minnie Gomez and her husband, Jose
Gomez, wcro arrested and hold in tho
sum of $5,000 each on the charge of
swindling a jewelry firm out of $10,000
worth of jowelry. Seven thousand dol
lars' worth of the jewelry was recov
ered. Fire in Englewood, a suburb of Chi
cago, on the 18th, did damage to tho ex
tent of 100,000. Mrs. Ada Butler was
killed by jumping from a third-story
window in tho Kent hotel and John
Howard, a baker, was burned to death.
A number of business blocks were to
Charles M. Schwah, of the Edgar
Thomson steel works, was on tho 18th
appointed general superintendent of
tho Homestead, Pa, steel works in
place of John A. Potter, who is trans
ferred to Pittsburgh.
The city of Raleigh, N. C, was ono
hundred years old on tho 18th and colo
bratcd tho centennial by an elaborate
street pageant The city was gaily dec
orated. There were thirteen divisions
of tho procession, which was a inllo and
a half in length.
At Bessemer, Mich., on .tho 18th, by
tho giving way of a brako at tho Colby
mine, when the day shift was going
down, tho cage, containing nineteen
men, dashed down 700 feet to the bot
tom. Ono man was instantly killed and
tho balanco all hud legs broken. It is
thought at least four will die.
nirort or tho Rovoro Storm In tho West
All Itiillnind Triilllo In lltiiclicd l.oi of
l.Uo Honorlcd Cnttlo and llurir l'or
Uh. Cheyenne, Wyo., Oct 15. For near
ly two days tho severest storm over
known on the Union Pacific railroad
raged hero and as far west
as Ogdon, Utah. In all directions tolo
graphlc communication was cut off
until lato Thurbday night, when
this dispatch was sent through
on a temporary wire. All rail
roads havo been blocked, tho
cuts being filled with snow which In
soino places was piled up 18 feet
Rotary snow plows havo been hnrd at
work between Granite and Laramie,
the snow being 5 fcot deep on tho level
at tho latter place. A half dozon west
bound trains have been tied up hero,
but left after tho return of the snow
At Granite canyon Conductor Rob
erts was blown off tho platform of a
car and hurled down a 160-foot em
bankment, tho deep snow saving his
life. Roports are being received of Im
mense loss of cuttle and horses In north
ern Colorado and in Wyoming. Thou
sands of dollars' worth of these animals
are known to have perished, and it is
estimated that almost a third of tho
cattle and horses on the ranges havo
been destroyed by the storm. An un
known dead man was found by tho
side of the railroad track near Grcely,
Col. He had perished from the effects
of the storm.
Colorado Springs, Col., Oct 15.
Word was received in this city by Rock
Island traiumen of damage and loss of
life along that road between Colorado
Springs and the Knnsas line. Near
Falcon tho track-walker was overcomo
by the storm and sought rufuge in
a culvert, where he was frozen to
death. Near Mattison a flock of 300
sheep were found dead and on further
investigation the dead body of tho
herder was discovered about 100 yards
away, lie had evidently endeavored
to find a house, but had perished in
the attempt. Engineer Leeman, who
was running the show plow, was seri
ously injured by a piece of tho plow
breaking off and, crashing through the
cab, striking him in the breast It ia
reported that 300 head of cattle wero
frozen to death between this city and
Denver, Col., Oct 15. The storm in
Colorado has been the most terrible in
its history, especially at this season of
the year. At Palmer lake, on the
divide, the snow is in places 30 feet
deep, and rotary snow plows are neces
sary to bore holes through the drifts.
Trains are at a standstill and the wires
are all down. Accounts of fatal acci
dents are coming in slowly. Two
wrecks occurcd ut El Moro on tho
Union Pacific, the result of the blind
ing snow. In the first collision Conduc
tor King had both arms broken and his
skull fractured. A Rio Grunde train
was at the same place. F. 11. Vaner, a
brakeman, could not sec the train on
account of the snow. He was ground
under the engine and futally iujured.
An Australian miner named Boteze
stepped into a shaft covered with snow
"at Central City and fell 80 feet He
was instantly killed.
FATAL RAILROAD WRECK.
Five Men Killed by u Collision or rrelchl
Trains Near Cov T.oudon, Conn.
New London, Conn., Oct 15. The
Boston express freight which left the
city Friday morning at 5:40 o'clock
collided with the Brattleboro freight,
bound south, about 1,000 feet south ol
the flag station at Harrison's Landing,
on the New London & Northern rail
road. The engines came together
head and head. The first car of
the south-bound train contained four
race hoises bound for the races
at Croton. Four of the five men in
charge of the horses were killed out
right and the other was bo fearfully
injured that ho died a few minutes
after leaching this city. None of the
train hands suffered injury, other than
that sustained in jumping from the
trains. The train dispatcher of the
road at Norwich is declared to be the
person at fault und he has been placed
DEVASTATION IN ALBERTA.
1'rnlrlu I'lrca Sweep Over Thousands of
Acres Grcnt I.osu.
Winnipeg, Oct. 15. The western
half of Alberta, the ranching dibtrict oi
the northwest, has been devastated by
prairie fires. Thousands of tons oi
hay and many buildings have been
burned and it is feared that many
cattle have perished. Ranchmen
on the plains were compelled in
numbers of instances to mount their
horses and ride for their lives, such
was the rapidity and fierceness with
which the flumes wcro bwept over the
country by the high winds. Unless
ranchers can find new ranges they will
scarcely be able to tide stock over the
winter and the consequent loss will be
All tho SlminoUlii Victims ICernrercd.
Pottsville, Pa., Oct. 15. The num
ber of men killed and injured by tho
explosion of gas at the Philadelphia and
Reading Company's Sterling Run col
liery at Shamokin is now known to bo
eleven. Of these five are dead and the
remaining six so badly burned and
mutilated that small hopes for their re
covery exist When the explosion oc
curcd it was accompanied by a heavy
fall of coal, which entombed five of
tho m inerb. Early Friday morning tho
lost body was reached und brought to
Non-Pnrtlsim W. V. T. U. Convention,
Cleveland, O., Oct 15. Tho third
delegated convention of tho Non-Pur-tiban
National Women's Christian Tem
perance union is to bo held in Cleve
land, November 15 to 18, inclusive, and
promises to bo the most "otable assem
blage of Christian workers that has
yet gathered under the non-purtisan
1'roC ICrmvoi Will I.uiul Ullmnro'n llund.
Portland, Ore., Oct. 15. Prof. D.
W. Reeves, conductor of the American
Cndct baud of Providence, R. I,, bus
accepted tlio leadership of Gilmoro's
band, and will take clmrgo Octobnr 24.
Both tlio method and results whoa
Byrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant
nnd refreshing to tho taste, aud acta
gently yot promptly ou tho Kidneys,
Ltver nnd Bowels, cleanses tho oys
tora effectually, dispels ccI'Js, head
aches nnd fevers nnd cures habitual
constipation. Syrup of Figs is tho
only remedy; of its kind over pro
duced, pleasing to tho tasto nnd ac
ceptable .to tho stomnch, prompt in
its notion nnd truly beneficial in its
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popular remedy known.
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gists. Any reliablo druggist who
may not hnvo it ou hand 'will pro
cure it promptly for any ono who
wishes to try it. Do not accept any
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8AN FRAN0IS00, CAL.
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the gBeat KIDNE1C LIVER fls Bc4uDRD!.B
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burn or d j 6pcis!a, constipation.
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his advice, we might save our
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