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" h;9 oW S 18* 213os to $p
ti oo.dad oars In 530; in the fir
States one in 3,000, and in Nar
Isad, one in 000. tit
Nebraska has discovered that the new
much dreaded Russian thistle is a first Inca
class fodder for cattle. Dat, of course the
it has many other Oine points. but
It would be entirely proper to in- ed,
elude American war vessels in any list tion
of noted health resorts. No other San
places can boast such low death post
The natives of China are much inm Spa
pressed with American sewing ma- mer
chines, and American firms recently be
sent a shipment to Bangkok, valued lect
at $83,000. IA
At the close of the last century there at
were supposed to be 1,000.000 aborig- at
Ines in Australia. There are now less tran
than 100,000 and among them are still them
some cannibals. fem
In St. Louis boys leave school at thir- fair
teen years and three months, in Chi- don
cago at fourteen years and five stat
months, in Boston at fifteen years ns
and three months. . prg
With the single exception of Norway hat
there is no land in Europe whose are'r wou
is so taken up by forests as Germany, of I
more than a quarter of its surface be- ref
ing devoted to them.
Diamond fields have recently been wa:
discovered near Shantung, in China. fer
The fact will not increase the chances nlui
of China keeping foreigners from in- unt
terfering in her affairs. Lot
In the course of events America's fa in
mous White Squadron of other days qum
has been painted red with the glories pol
of victory. It is somewhat the flnes.t do
exhibition of color work now visible rat
to the eyes of an admiring world. ow
Mr. W. D. Hlowells, the well known n
novelist, has made a recent statement fol
to the effect that New York is a mart no,
where literature is on a plane with evi
dry-goods and that the upper-fourdom ter
cares as much for the one as for the in
The United States. which for many wl
years has ranked second to Great- Br- str
tain in the production of salt, produced II
in 1897 considerably more than the (o'
production of Great Britain in 1896, he
according to a recent report of the ou
United States Geographical Survey. tai
An open secret of the Spanish weak- IzI
ness on land and sea was repeated in sn
the remark of a Spaniard to an Eng- lil
lishman, as printed in a London pa- at
per: "In England you order a sh;p w,
and a ship gets made. In Spain we or- ba
der a ship and one or two people gel g,
The contract for printing Unit.'l
States postage stamps next year in
cludes 2.726,769.525 two-cent stamps,
and 1,344,526,650 one-cent stamps. The w
smallest number of any one variety uo
will be 4,420 fifty dollar stamps. These ur
are used for postage upon newspapers w
mailed in bulk. te
In the last ten years American ex- bt
ports to Germany have Increased from
$56,500,000 to over $150,000,000 .\
large share of these exports consisted in
of food products. This explains why tC
Prince Henry was not in a hurry to th
get between the American line of fire n(
and the Spanish enemy at Manila. Em
peror William is not courting bread it
riots at home.
It is the belief of some political
economists that the population' of a til
country should not exceed half the
number of its cultivated acres. There
are, therefore, seven European coun
tries which are over-populated--Be1l
glum, which has 115 persons to each
300 tilled acres; England, 115; Holland
95; 1tlad, 88; Italy, 60; Germany, ki
i, and Bwitaerland, 58.
No American can afford to forget
the name of La Quasina and Sevllla. It
These words are carved deep in the tl
toweraing wall of republican institu- z
tions-placed there by the same gal- 1
lantry and devotion to country that ti
founded those institutions in the long ri
ago. Every spot where an American t(
dies in behalf of liberty and popular tl
government Is hallowed. The bills of
Santiago have become for all time, to a
s, a shrine. t
One feature of the work of the war b
t og is worthy of special mention. For
iastance, In Germany, a soldier ms
dressed as a Frenchman and put on a
Mbeycle. His legs are menased in strong t
leggings' and the dog is set on him. tl
All riders know that it does not re- a
quire much urging to get a dog to at- '
tatk a cyclist. The war dog is no ex- ti
~ception, and in a very few weeks he b
Sdelights to be allowed to pull cyclists c
from their wheels. Inasmuch as the a
bicycle is no small institution in the II
garmies of Europe, the training of the 11
dogs to attack the riders is important n
amid is expected to produce great re I
salts fn time of actual war. d
To find a tqtal import trade as small I:
o-blse fiscal year 1898. the stu- e
a of our commerce must turn back
has far as 1871, when the country's pop- I1
was smaller by nearly twenty
than its present total. Only 8
yealrs ago, in the fiscal year 1893. s
alted States imported $866.40.00 e
of foreign goods. In the past a
year the total fell to $618.000,000. r
bt result.ls an excess of exports
5·aprts wholly unparalleled in
)igglery, the so-called Ibalancre of I
in iar favor reaching $615,259.
the $286,63,000 balance
la 18$t was hailed as breaking
siou of Hawaii makes a I
betwee' those islands and
itle a coasting trade, in
Adjtmrhan vessels can take
the Niw York IMall and
hins fae, alone will enor
the tradd of Seattle. Tn
- E r Pnelseo and
tu$*e eeutpohitnst and
sI at m'lt where
4~-'hWl ou Ill
1sus grh war w1 Spu"t c 1iro4mum A
thes o the latest preceding wars, lw
that of Japan with Chin. What was pe
specially notieeable In the battle of tk
the Yalu was the great damage done is
both to the Chinese and Japanese S1
ships by woodwork; through Its taking tit
fire and splintering. Secretary of the wo
Navy.-Hlary A. Herbert tried to sub- co
stitute other niterial for wood in our ea
newest ships, and, wherever this was ab
inconvenient, he attempted to make m
the wood fire proof by a patent pro- S
cess. This last device had drawbacks, V
but the need itself was not question- 0
ed, and foremost in the reeommnenda- th
tions of the Naval Board of Survey at
Santiago was the advice that the least
possible wood work should be used on
warships. The ravages of fire on the
Spanish ships furnish all the argu
ment needed on this point, and It will
be our own fault if hereafter we neg- m
lect it, thinks the New York Sun.
Iord Reay presided a short time ago
at the distribution of the annual priz.s sIb
at University college, London. and be- a
trayed a considerable disturbance of an
mind over the fact that so many of
them had been won by students of the w4
female sex. Lord Reay expressed a
faint hope that something might be
done to put an pnd to this unhappy
state of affairs. and even went so far g
as to say that he was ready to offer a St
prize for an essay embodying an ex- t
haustive inquiry into the state of a
woman's mind. The particular stale
of mind to which the noble Lord had
reference was comprised in the term
"accuracy". He was anxious to know
whether the mind of man or woman g
was the more accurate, and he had a
fervent desire that this questila n,
might be d'ecussed in all the debating f
unions. Per.:aps it did not occur to d
Lord Reay that all the debating unions
in England could not settle such a P
question. It is doubtful whether any
power on earth could do so. What ii
does the noble Lord mean by "accu
rate?" If he is correctly reported, his
own mind, if it may be judged by his
language. is anything but "accurate." p
Although harmful adulterations of
flour may be had by those who would
not scruple to use them, there is little
evidence thus far that flour is adul- I
terated. In Massachusetts, where, as
In other states, it has been assumed
that flour was adulterated with clay, h
white earth, talc, or some such sub
stance, an inquiry by the Board of `
IHealth disclosed only the presence of
corn-starch and gluten. each perfectly
healthful. The inquiry was a thor
ough one. samples of flour being ob
tained from 100 towns in the state, and
generally from the groceries patron
Ized by the poorer people, on the as- I
o sumption that the poor would be most
likely to suffer in case of any adulter
ation. Only two of these samples
) were found to be adulterated, and the
board, though continuing its investi
gation, is satisfied that the rumors of
adulteration are greatly exaggerated.
A Costasios of Names.
g' He was looking lank and lean; be
wore a threadbare suit of black and
y under one arm he carried a volume;
e under the other there was an umbrella
' which had seen better days. He en
tered so quietly that Dodson, who was
,. busy at his desk, did not hear him.
a "I have here-" he began softly.
Dodson wheeled in his chair and took
,I in the situation. "I don't care what
y you have!" he roared. Don't you see
:o that sign, 'Peddlers and book agents
e not wanted,' or are you blind?"
"The Life. of Samson-" continued
d the agent with an apologetic smile.
"Why didn't you say so before?" said
"In one volume, price $1.50," con
tinued the long, thin man in black.
`' "I'll take it," said Dodson shortly.
'e "Good day. sir."
A few minutes later a friend of Dod
son's happened in and took up the
"Hello, old man," said he, "I didn't
' know you went in for biblical sub
t "I don't see the joke," said Dodson
a. testily. et believe that in times like
e these every patriotic American citi
e- zen should familiarize himself with the
1- lives of our prominent men who are at
t the front making history for the glo
rious country. We neglect these thingb
n too long. I propose to keep up with
r the times."
f "You .wil have to hurry if you do,"
o answered his friend dryly. "This par
ttcular Samson without the "p' has
r been dead for three thousand years."
Is The Daugers of Electric FasI
a "Electric fans have probably come
g tostay," remarked an electrician, "and
n. though they are decidedly pleasant to
e- many during stuffy and very warm
t- weather, there are some things about
x- them that are not thoroughly enjoya
be ble, as far as after effects are con
ts cerned. My experience Is that per
b' sons should not sit for any long time
he in the direct draft of them, especially
le if they are sensitive to draughts. It
at may not always feel so, but the fan
e is just as cooling if the wind pro
duced by it does not strike you direct
11 ly. Better have it strike you from
either side, however, than full in the
k face or back, and especially avoid hav
Sing it play on the back of your neck.
t People who are suffering from neural
Sgia have found this out for them
. selves. There is a peculiarity about
Selectric fans, and that is that persons
st sitting so the wind plays on them di
Srectly In nine cases out of ten will
ts have a slight attack of sneezing the
in moment they go out in the open air.
of The fans in the stores that paddle the
,. breeze over the heads of the custom
ce era do much less damage than the
ng wheels that shoot the air directly at
you. If the circulation Is above the
head it is better than if It is on the
level of your head."
ike She Eajyed as Earthqsake.
nd An old lady from Oxford, Mich., who
or- with her husband had spent the winter
m in California. was asked by one of her
ad neighbors if she had( heard an earth
ere "Yes, I heard one." she answered,
a "and rather enjoyed it, for It was the
)- first thing that happened since John
l laad I have been maried that he did
-ic Shipk I was to blame for."-San
iu Psacli Argonaut.
p. T'l' of England at the
m U nst dthj n' x teed
W+e Clina s btal oar feet and y
"Asrleau y.ug lungs," a royal little
lady said one day to a missionary who T
wrotested agaInst the former cruel praeo- wa
tice; "'t Is a dlfferene of custom, that and
is all. exept that ours is the better." ten
Blmllar superiority is felt by the na- Pe
tWo women of India, some of whom dos
were recently horrified by a sight of the of
corsets of an Amerlean traveler. After wI
examining the garment one asked If Cbh
she might touch her, and receiving per- byl
mission, exclaimed, "O child of Godl to,
Have you really bones Inside of you?t h
We supposed that you must have been tw
madeo without them, since you wear an
them outside." citi
She-Now. can you guess my age, Ma- H
jor? Gallant Major-No, I can't; but wb
FoU don't look it.-Tit-Bits. t e
Swallowed a Needle and Died. eai
A tailor in Chicago accidentally swallntwd i I
a nee ln and died fs a result of the Inflni.- fr(
mrlion set up by t. ' small needle. Lirtle l
things frequently hay. great power. a. i neoIt Wi
In a few small doses of the fatneus HoHtetter's Po
ttomach Blitters, which. however. has en
entirely dfferent effect from the needll in
thbis notice. The Bitters make nervous. wenk
and sickly persons strong and well again. Ge
They are also good for dyslepsla and con- we
W'lllic-"Pa. what is thunder?" Pa-"A p
weather report. Willie." an
Don't Tebaee Spit sad Smeke leae Is alt hiw
To quit tobaco easily and forever, be g wi
letie. full of life, nerve and vigor, take No-To
Sa., the wonder-worlkr. that mlakes weaka mk wv
strong. All druggists, O or fi. Cure gssP- se
teed Booklet and sample free. Address be
StorUing Remeody O, Chicago or New Tash. a
"Dear me!" sighed the bicycle; "I am so
tiued of being blowed up."
snow's Ihlt f th
We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for el
any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by be
Hall's Catarrh Cure. Ti
F. J. CnseNr & Co., Toledo, O.
We. the undersigned, have known F. J. he- to
ney for the last 15 years, and believe him per.
fectlry hoorable in all btsites, transactions
and flnanclaly able to carry out any oblig.- c
tion made by their firm.
WST & TRUAX, Wholesale Druggists,Toledo. A'
WALDINO, KIrAn & MARvIN, Wholesale a
Druggists, Tolelo, Ohio.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, act
ing directly upon the blood and muoous sur
faces of the pysttem. Testlmonials sent free. W
Price 7c. per bottle. Sold by all Druggists.
Hlall's amiily Pills are the best.
The first weeping willow in England was of
planted by Pope, the poet. Ia
In nine out of ten cases of Cholera Infan- al
tam and )towel Disorders that prove fat.l
from ordinary negloct and subsequent treat
meet, the timely use of I i.. MOFFETT'S u
Tasrn.sA (TEETHING POWDERS) would
have saved the child. u
The gentle quiver in a girl's voice often
holds her beau.
LIyea & Co's "Pick Leaf" rFnekins Tobacco e
stands at the top for its delicious aroma.
Good as can to made. Try it.
Vermont gained but 17,000 inhabitants from
1850 to 1890.
No-To-Rae for Fifty Cents.
Guaranteed tobaccohabit cnre.makes weak
men strong.blood pure. 0Sc. $1. All druggists- tJ
The Sandwich Islanders estimate the
beauty of women by their weight f
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup for children
teething,softens thegums,reducin inflamma- c
tion,allayspain,cnres wind colic. L5c. a bottle d
The Tartarian alphabet contains 0`3 letters, a
being the longest in the world. r
Iduete Tour Bowels With Casearets.
Candy Cathartir. cure constipation forever. I
WO... If - C. C. fall. drn(gists refund mone5 .
Holland is said to be an abbreviation of i
1 We think Piso's Cure for Consumption is I
, the only medicine for Coughs.-JENNE 1
' PI5CKARD, Springfield, Ills., Oct. 1, 1894.
Prior to the war the annual net revenue of
Cuba was $80,000,000.
H. H. GREEN's SONs, of Atlanta, Ga., are the
only successful I)ropsy Specialists in the
world. See their liberal offer in advertise- I
k ment in anothercolumn of this paper.
Lt The wrongs of other people are continually
e getting mixed up with our rights.
a Benauty Is Blood Deep.
Clean blood means a clean skin No
d beauty without it. Cascarets. Candy 1' thar
tic clean your blood and keep it clean, by
stirring up the lazy liver and driving all im
d puritiee from the bod y. Bein to-day to
banish pimples, boils, blotchee. blackheads,
and that sickly bilious complexion by takingq
Cascarets,-beauty for ten cents. All drug
gists satisfaction guaranteed. 1Oc, 93c 50c.
Padlocks and chains are not classed as good
u securities for loans.
Amen and Amen.
te A Scotch minster while on a visit to
England noticed that when the minis
't tea stopped praying the choir sang
S"Amen." The firt Sunday after his
arrival home he arranged with his pre
n centor that at the end of the prayers he
e would drop a pea on his head, when he I
j. was going to sing "Amen." When Sun
e day camne, about the end of the first
it prayer, the precentor felt a shower of
o- peas fall on his head, and began sing
Sing: "Amen! amen! amen! amen!" as
th fat as he could, when the minister
leaned over the pulpit and whispered:
S"Whlstl whist! Jock; the poke's burst."
.. -Olden Penny.
A Real Prize.
"If I had such a wife as Mrs. Negley
I think I could be supremely happy."
"Why, I don't consider her especially
e good-looking, and it Is easy to see that
Id she isn't very clever.
to "I know, but when her husband starts
m to tell a funny story she doesn't atsume
lt the look of a martyr or try to change
a- the subject."-Chlcago News.
r Richard Folsom Cleveland, infant son
no of Grover Cleveland, LL. D., has been
ly shot. A wicked reporter took a snap
It shot at him with a kodak.
in To Cure a ('old i, One Day.
0-Take Laxative Bromo Quininle Tablets. All
t- Drusgisterefund money if it fails to cure. 25ic
m By the end of the war two facts will
he be indisputable--that England has the
. largest number of ships on the sea and
k. 8Spain the greatest number beneath it.
5o0 Care Constipation Forever.
Take Cascarets Candy Cathartic. 10O or tic.
t IIC. C. C. fail to cure.druggists refund money
There are 380 glaciers in the Alps said to be
-over five miles in length.
m- Ar the danger signals of Impare blood.
he They show that the vital blood is in
at bad eondition, that health is In danger of
he wemek. 0lear the traek by taking Hood's
he harsaparilla and the blood will be made
pure, oomplexion fair and healthy, and
life's journey pleasant and sueaessful.
tr Is AlmerlIams Gvtset Medicine. $1: mix for
ti.Hood's Pillser gadsteno, tileuaasa
HeW' P15 " 5Us~ · - -~ - _ ~ If it fails to
cure go to your
OUR M NEY BACK. We will refund to him. Price 50 Cents. VAN VLEET-MANSFIELD DRUG CO.. Memphis, Tenn.
I Kemas W am.
3 Ao . 5 oasge prs -Wa- dL
The feeliag of admittion for heros of Qrl
warteems to be ilsate in the human heart, to
and is brought to the surface as the oppor- dia
tunlty and object for such hero worship T
presents Itself. ads
Among those who proved their heroism had
during our Civil War was A. chiffeneder, the
of 181 Bedg- evil
Chicago. He c.
is an Austrian it i
by birth,eame of
to America at cia
the age of it i
soon became i4
an American -ee
was living in .the
when the call
early in 1882, oth
an d h e He received a oun& tur
promptly en- .
listed in Company A, of the Twenty-xth, des
Wisconsin Volunteers. In the Army of the tur
Potomac our hero saw much fighting, cam- sur
paigning in the Shenandoah Valley.
In the first day's fighting at the battle of tal
Gettysburg, Schiffeneder received a hal
wound in the right side, which afterward jus
caused him much trouble. With a portion
of his regiment he was captured and im- oth
prisoned at Bell Island and Andersonville, wa
and afterward exchanged. He returned to to
his regiment, which was transferred to the
army of General Sherman, and marched
with him through Georgia to the sea. I
In this campaign Mr. Sctiffeneder's old wa
wound began to trouble him and he was da
sent to the hospital and then home. He
bad also contracted catarrh of the stomach set
and found no relief for years. Int
"I happened to read an account of Dr. neý
Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People about
a year ago," he said, "and thought that e
they might be good for my trouble. I con- Ga
eluded to try them. I bought one box and Fr
began to take them according to directions.
They gave me great relief. After finishing
that box I bought another, and when I had Jat
taken the pills I felt that I was cured. I att
recovered my appetite and ate heartily. I tai
can testify to the good the pills did me."
Mr. Schiffeneder is a prominent Grand I
Army man in Chicago, whither he moved sw
some years ago with his family.
F. Marion Orawford, the novelist, al
who has lived much in Italy and owns
property there, points to the crushing
weight of the taxes as one of the causes
a of existing discontent among the Ital
ian people. Taking national, provincial GI
and commercial taxation together, he
himself pays upon the assessed income
upon a few acres of land 42 per cent.,
upon the assessed rent of his house 23
per cent., and if he paid income tax in
Italy the Government would exact 13, yM
per cent. more. As there is no limit of
estate, real or personal, below which
taxation is not applied, he finds it easy
to understand the enormous emigration
which of late years has crippled Italian do
agriculture by sensibly diminishing the no
k farming population, while leaving upon
the hands of the Government an im
mense area of farm land confiscated
e for overdue taxes, which no one could co
be Induced to take under the present
conditions even as a gift. Such a con- a
dltion of things he regards as simply re
a an Incipient form of national bank
Prominent English statesmen have P
. recently declared in favor of an alliance
7 between the United States and Great
of Britain. Commenting on this subject
of an Anglo-American alliance, a writer M
is aptly says the real basis of it is not
' blood relationship but bread relation
ship. Bread is the bond of peace. Eng- t
O land is dependent on foreign food sup- Ir
plies for existence. Five-sixths of her
1e food is imported. The United States ca
e finds England the best market for sur- st
plus food products. This inter-depend i1
ly once is the basis of the alliance propos k
ed by Great Britain as a far-ighted
measure of self-preservation. di
ro The mistress of a certain servant lost g
r- the salaried position which had been at
r; her support. The servant thereupon L
offered to accept reduced wages while pl
q her mistress was out of work. Who w
would dare now to say to either party tl
to this Golden Rule compact that the ci
A relations of employers and the em- -
ployed can be stated in full in dollars -
and cents? Instances of mutual help- H
to fulness make bright countless homes
s- and offices. Those who declare they ra
I cannot discern such examples of con- ti
is sideratlon and co-operation are wilfully fe
- blind. T
e The Emperor of Austria will have reigned h
0 fifty years on December ?nd. b
"I have been troubled a great deal
with a torpid liver, which produces constipe
d: tion. I found CASCARETS tobe all you claim
for them. and secured such relief the frst trial,
that I purchased another supply and was com
pletely cured. I shall only be too glad to rec
ommend Coascareta whenever the opportunity
is presented." J. A SurrH.
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-rictea-Srowe Iwwelt on the denmpes
to health Involved is indoleee sad
disuse of the brain.
The medical profeesloa, he said
adapting itself to the needs ofthetimes,
had felt it incumbent upon it during
the last decade to insist mainly on the
evils of misuse of the brain, on the ex
cessive strain not seldom Imposed on
it in these days in the fierce struggle
of the race to be rich, and more espe
cially on the over-pressure imposed on
it in the name of education when In an
immature state, but they were not lea
keenly alive to the correlative evils of
the disuse of the brain.
Elderly persons who gave up busi
ness and professional men who laid
aside their avocations without 'having
other interests or pursuits to which to
turn were in many cases plunged in
despondency or hurried into prema
ture dotage. He did not know any
surer way of inducing premature men
tal decay than for a man of active
habits to retire and do nothing when
just past the zenith of life; and, on the
other hand, he did not knbw any surer
way of enjoying a green old age than
to keep on working at something till
It had been said that one of the re
wards of philosophy was length of
days, and a striking list might be pre
sented of men distinguished for their
intellectual labors which they had
never laid aside, who had far exceed
ed the allotted span of human life.
Galileo lived to 78, Newton to 85,
Franklin to 85, Buffon to 80, Faraday
to 76, and Brewster to 84 years. Sir
James Crichton-Browne drew special
attention to the great age generally at
tained by our judges.-London Lancet.
That the pen is mightier than the
sword goes without saying, and when
it comes to giving out news of what
the sword's doing the blue pencil is
Gratifying Letters to Mrs. Pink
hamr From Happy Women.
"I Owe Tea y LUL.'"
Mrs. E. WooLn.sxa,
Mills, Neb., writes:
"Dkn Mis. PIzsnH M :-I owe my
life to your Vegetable Compound. The
doctors said I had consumption and
nothing could be done for me. My
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