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lie Frclaisia Hla Father's Death
and Hla Own Accession.
A kerll f tlx Kw CwlT A Go4 B
ew-r, (M4 LinirnUt mad ia Mmny
Wars BmobWm His Patter
Tbe rn lurtit.
8t. PrntBBrBfl, Nov. 8. Emperor
Nicholas 1L hu isaued proclamation
announcing1 the death of hla father,
Emperor Alexander III., end conclud
ing; as follow: "May we bo consoled
ljr the consciousness that on r sorrow ia
the sorrow of the whole of onr beloved
-people, and may these people not for
fret that the streng-th and stability of
holy En sals lies ia her unity to
and ber unbounded devotion to
as. We, bowerer, ia this sad and
solemn boor, when ascending tbs
ancestral throne of the Russian
Emptnrr Kirholat IL
empire and the czardom of Poland
end the grand duchy of Finland, in
dlssolubly connected therewith, in the
presence of the Most High, record our
olemn tow that we will always make
rar sole aim the peaceful development
of the power and glory of beloved K na
si, aad the hspplness of our faithful
The proclamation concludes by di
recting that the oath of allegiance to
be taken to him, Emperor Nicholas
IL. aud also to the Grand Duke
Georjre, his lineal successor, until God
1 shall vouchsafe to bless with a noa the
union into which the emperor is about
to make with the Princess Alls of
. , Sketch of Xlcbolas IL
The Accompanying sketch of the new
-czar ia from a recent edition of the Co
longe Gazette, a journal of high stand
ing in Germany: ' ; . .
"The scientific training of the young
prince was superintended by his gov
ernnr and tutor, Gen. Danilovltcb, a
nan keenly alive t a sense of duty,
-highly educated and with a hsbit of
looking at all things in a strictly gen
-"tlemsnly manner, although of a some
what dry temperament. He brought
jap his pupil free front prejudices of all
Hcinda, and this was greatly to his
credit, since this esrly education had
to be carried out at a time when the
tiatred of Germany and Germans was
t its height in Russia. The scientific
duration wss excellent, but not -after
the fashion of a German gymnasium.
ai a yocho orricia.
"At the wish of the crar, . more at
icntion was given to modern sciences
than to the classical work. Dead
languages were not taught at all, and
ancient history only up to a certain
point, while, on the other hand, the
records of recent centuries, especially
9 far as they bore upon Russia, were
Grand Dukt Grgt. Heir Apparent.
carefully read. At the same time a
good deal of M uscovite history and much
lhat pertained to the rise of his own
family was kept back from the prince.
The necessary amount of mathematics
.aad a very thorough knowledge of
.geography were stilled into him, and
particular attention was given to the
language and literature of his own
country and of Germany, Fraeee and
' A GOOD uxertKT.
"AH time Ungues Nicholas speaks
-ar.il writes fluently. He was also thor-
(-oghly instructed in const it utiotaal
Itibtory, law, the admlnlstratkm of the
ceuntry. finance an: political and ac
kil econoa-y- The best mabUra were
--elected aad care was taken thst tbeir
fin-tructlosi had not been warped by
-political ktws. '( .
"He enU-red the army at the age of
18 years, aad was little more than a
child as regards his wsy of looking up
on life at thst time. 1 le abhorred the
fcottage of court aud official life, aad
-wm really happy, only . when ie
cull tea 1 in aa innocent ft.hkm
-with his youngtir fenow-ofiicers, when
the elder ones, especially his tutor
for whom be has always entertained
the greatest esteem were out of the
-jPtiy. In this way. his chss-jeter.be-.camo
more Independent, lie bicame a
.pooi oflicer, and. although anything
tut a passionate soldier, he is ia a po-'.:,.nrwvniit-
miKtakea sod to ap
preciate efficiency. He ii devpted.
iity, and does everything that be uu.
KFUKJIIILM hu rATiirs.
la many wajn he rrsemhlea his fa
tlipr. but is. in sc:ona3c kno.vl
ia adraa.-u of hun, aad has
- J j
this advantage ever Alexai-ita lit.,
that, from his earliest yeau he
has been brought up as the heir-apparent,
wheress the Istter ws 20 years
of age before he came into that posi
tion. Ee has also, like his father, a
certain shyness, which, in his ease also,
has been mistaken for haughtiness. At
home he wss brought up in the most
loving manner, like all the other chil
dren of the imperial family, but the
consciousness of the dignity of the po
sition of the czar was more deeply im
pressed upon him thsn upon his broth
ers. To him the ezar was higher than
the father. .
"He has never yet displayed an opin
ion contrary to that of his father, and
it may be pretty positively affirmed
that, he will tread . in hla footsteps.
Bat one must reckon with one factor
namely. Xicholaa is very easily in
fluenced, and there la fear lest hie
younger counselors, whom he will have
to select later on, ahould not be in
spired with such pacific intentions as
the majority of the well-proved coun
selors of Alexander IIL, in whom,,
though unconsciously, the traditional
friendly feeling for Germany atlU si am
the m-nut CZABIXA.
The little princess who Is to be
czsrina may have considerable influ
ence upon the future of Russia. Half
German, half English, bright. Intelli
gent and possessing a mind of her
own, she may furnish the qualities
which ber royal ' husband laclcs.
Princess Allx Ja t years eld, end is
said to be the most beautiful
and most witty of all of
Queen . Vlctorla'a grendsughtera.
She Is the daughter of Pria-
. rrinrcu ALU if UeMe-DamuladL
cess Alice of JJnglsnd, and was
left an orphan when she was 6 years
old. While the lo-e of her mother was
a misfortune in many ways, she waa
less hampered by court etiquette than
her royal cousins, and was allowed to
develop an individuality which la as
marked as it is r nusual among royal
girls. She is said to be really in love
with Mchols- and be with her.
MlebOtae Wnld Keaes ace
ths 1 'arose.
Losdos, Nov. .--It is reported that
the prince and princes of Wales were
aummoned to Ltvala to strengthen the
hands of the czarina in her effort to
control the czar atvl prevent him from
acting rashly. '
One story has it that the young ssnn
would like to take fl 50.000 or S200,oo a
year and abandon the throne to his
Grand Duke Vlsdimtr, the dead em
peror's brother, is credited with being
privy to this Idea and standing rearly
to step Into the breach as regent for
tbe boy MichaeL
AT THE RUSSIAN CAPITAL.
Losdox, Kov. 3. The Standard'a W.
Petersburg eorrespofiitent says: Tht
young czsr's manifest) is received wit.
open delight, probably unparalleled la
the history of Russian official declara
tions. The dignified and almost af
fectionate tone is freely compared with
that of the proclamation published
upon the accession of Emperor Wil
Dispatches from Moscow say that
oppressive stillness and mournful ex
pectation overhang that city. Thea
ters and other places of amusement,
banks and exchanges have been closed
and business is at a standstill.
"It is expected that the body, of Al
exander IIL will lie in state at Kieff.
and Moscow before it will be brought
to St, Petersburg."
The Standard's Vienna correspond
ent ssys: "Some time ago a deputa
tion petitioned the czarowits to inter
vene for tbe Russian Jews. A member
of that deputation tells me that the
ccarowits replied: I despise and con
demn the expolsioa of your country
men, but my bands are tied."
. FRANCE IN MOURNING.
Dalvmal Grief at us Pasta of tbs Cur.
Pa bis, Nov. X President Casimlr
Perler presided the cabinet meet
ing held yesterday morning prior to
the requiem sc-rvieea held at the Rus
sian chapel. At 11 o'clock the presi
dent, wearing the grand cordon of the
Legion of Hoaor, together with the
ministers, all ia evening dress, went to
the chapel, waere they were escorted
to seats.' ' '
Afte the serrkses In the chapel the
president and M. Burdeau went to the
pantheon to salute the tomb of the late
President Carnot, in conformity to the
French custom of visiting the deed on
All Souls' day. CoU.Chamoin accom
panied the president and M. Burdeau
on behalf of the family of M. Carnot.
Both teremonies were deeply impres
Mme. Casimir-Perier has wired t
message of condolence to the czarina
' on behalf of the nuion of the women ol
France. The congress of Ladles' Asso
ciations for Succoring the Wounded,
sitting at Lyons, adjourned so til to
day as an evidence of mourning.
Dennis Uoman, a 16-year-old despera
do, was arretted at Elkhart, IaJ-,
LET LS CS, THANKFUL!
rT-M!St Cl-.iue r-NH HI Tfcakat
ing rroelaa-t-ti-m, Apttolatiae Tbaratar,
Koabr 0, as a ! t ThanlueivX
Hi JPntfaw ts tha saprc-aa Balwr of th
Cat ran tor rcstarta Care aad BlMalaes
WasEixarox, Jfov. 1. The president
has issued the following:
Br the Preldent of tbs United Ststes of Amer
ica: A rroela-eatioa.
The Amenesa people taould -rmtefully reader
thsi kaj .vine sod prstae to the Saprema Bular
of Uxulnmvbo has watched over.tbem
with klndns-a sna foatert- ears ourtnf tba
rear that has pataed: toer should also with
bnmillty aad (alth sapplieats tbe Father of All
Mercies, for continued bleular seeordlof to
their seed, sad ther should, by d eeds of euar
Ity, seek tbe fsvor of the Giver of every sued
aad pert eet gift.
Therefore. I. Grover Cleveland, president of
the Catted Slates, do hereby appolot aad set
apart Tbaradsj, the Btth day of November
Instant, as a day of thsnkSRlvInf sad prayer,
to be kept snd observed by all ths people of
On that day let oar ordinary work aad east
Bees be satpended. and let aa meet la our ae-e-utomed
places of worship ssd (ire thanks to
Almighty God for our preserrstlou ss s sstiou,
for our Immunity from diseases and pes
Uleaee. for the harvests thst have rewarded
ear husbandry, tot a renewal of astloasl pros
perity and for every sdvsnee is virtue sad la
Miiireoce thst baa marked our growta as a
Aad with out thanksgiving let us pray thst
Ibeae blessings msy be multiplied ante as,
thst our astloasl eoascienee msy be quickened
to a better recognition of the power and good
aees of God, thst ia our national life we msy
tiearer see and closer follow the path ef
And in onr place of worship ssd praise, as
well ss ia the hsppy reunion of kindred sa4
friends, oa that day let us Invoke Divine ep
proval by geserously remembering the poor sod
Barely Us who has gives as comfort ssd
plenty will look npou ear relief of tbe destitute
snd oar -nlaistrstieet of ehsrity ss the work of
hearts truly grateful sod as proofs of the sla
eerity of our thssksglvln. .
Witness my hssd snd tbs seal of the United
States oa tbe II rat dsy of November, ia the
yesr of oar Lord eighteen hundred snd ninety
four, snd of tbe Independeuee of tbe Unite
fttstes the ose hundred snd nineteenth.
: Ignedl . Oaovsa CLBTsxAinx
B tbe president:
Vf. Q. GauXAM,
Secretary of State
rioient aereed ef BanUhei KlhlUsta
Af aiaet the Dying EomisoS.
Loxdo5. Nov. L The following cir
cular promulgated by the refuge Nihil
ists in Switzerland and bearing the
usual red bomb, revolver and dagger,
la circulating in Switzerland and Lon
don: "To Our Brothers, the Oppressed la
hangman and assassin of Michaeleff,
Russalloff. Kibaltchlk, Neloteoff,
Sophie Perowskaia, Jesse Halfmannand
many others; purveyor of the Siberian
galleys, persecutor of the Jews, la oa
the point of expiating his Crimea -
"He is dying of a mysterious illness,
a well merited punishment Venal
hyena, hie Zacharins, Birschea and
Popoffs can do nothing to prolong a
life which has been devoted to violence
aad oppression. '
"At length the monster ia going to
disappear. Hurrah t
"The day has passed when a man
ought to be able by rhrht of birth to
dispose of the liberty and lives of 100,-
000,000 of other men.
"Let his son, the czarowltz, as well
as his ambitious rivals, the Grand
Dnkes Vladimir and Michael, who are
ready to assassinate. In accordance
with the traditions of the Romanoff
family, to get possession of the bloody
heritage let all thoroughly under
stand that every hour and at each step
they will find themselves face to face
with tbe inflexible will of the re volu
"Lot us leave to the hypocritical lib
erals the task of covering with flower
the horrid corpse of the scoundrel who
ia leaving this world after having too
long dishonored It.
"So long as the Russian slaves do
not possess the land, so long as an in
fernal autocracy, served by a rapacious
and ahamless feudality, makes Russia
a disgrace to tbe civilised world, we
shall always applaud any blow of des
tiny or provoke it.
"Long live liberty and revolution."
THOSE WHO ROB THE MAILS.
Reward Offered for Their Arreet aad
WASHI5GT0X, Nov. L The postmaster-general
has Issued a circular offer
ing the following rewards for the de
tection, arrest and conviction of high
way mall-robbers and post office bur
glars during the fiscal year ending June
First One thousand dollars for the
arrest and ooaviction of any person, ia
any United States court, on tbe charge
of robbing the mails while be leg con
veyed in any mail-car attached to a
Second Five hundred dollars for the
arrest and conviction oa the charge
of robbing the mails being conveyed
over any post- route and who wounds
the carrier of the mail other taaa a
, ThirdTwo aaadred and fifty dol
lars for the arrest and conviction oa
the .barge of attempting to rob the
mails being conveyed over any-post
route and who assaults or threaten
the person carrying the mails.
Fourth From 9109 to 9300 for the ar
rest and conviction of any person oa
the the charge of breaking into a post
office and stealing therefrom.
All rewards must be claimed withia
six months from the date of eomviction
KILLED AND KISSED.
A Tf roe ft Haeb-uftd Stake Hla Wife mmt
Klaeee Bee aa she IMea,
Narhvoxs, Tean., Nov- 1. W. F.
MacUrwdder, a prominent citizen of
White Sulphur Springs, stabbed his
wife to death yesterday. After he had
intercepted a letter from a man to her
heasked her father to come and take
her home. While talking over the
trouble together, MscG rudder suddenly
became enraged and plunged a hub's
into his wife's heart. As she died ht
kissed her tenderly. He wa 30 yean
DL-N'3 CCMWCKCiAL RSVIZW.
TtK-.r Ai-p'oarh of an Extl-lnr n
tlon Stake Traae lji(itT,tir,6". i'n-rt.T:u,
Mat It is Mtl'ory Tat the V! i, af
r-edaoUon In Vtl Wa.!Ht;n-il : Hon
etary UlnW-nltio Appear aad Kr-m HtaS
Nxw York, Xov. 5. R. C. Duu fc
Co. 'a weekly review of trade issued to
day says: .
The last week of October, with an
exciting election near, cannot indicate
much of the true condition of burine&s.
In some trades tbe season is too far ad
vanced for great activity, and In others
the supposed effects of tho voting hin
der operations, liut it is satisfactory
that the volume of production is well
maintained, and in one or two bra aches
increased; that no monetary difficul
ties disturb, that bredtuff are a lit
tle higher, and thst no material de
cline appears during the week
la manufactured product. The fact
that any decline appears, with slack
ening demand for some products, msy
perhaps be attributed to uncertainties,
-nainly political in origin, while every
increase In the working force helps to
make a basis for more business here
after. At present the volume of busi
ness transacted Is, on the whole,
smaller than last year, and much
I smaller than in 1803, though a presi
dential election was men cioae at nan
Payments through principal clearing
house for tbe week have been 1-.9 per
cent, less thsn last year and 84.4 per
cent, less than In 1903. In both corn
pariaons with decrease outside of New
York .as well as here.
Comparisons of railroad earnings Is
less valuable because passenger trafflo
a year ago was extraordinarily large
owing to the World's fab, but while
the freight movements outside east
bound shows some gain, tbe east bound
movement from Chicago is a quarter
less than last year, and for the month
baa been 105,458 tons, against (30,803
last year, and about 290,000 In
1803. Earnings for the last wee!"
show a decrease of 4-0 per
cent., and for the month of October
thus far 4.8 per cent, compared with
last year, and 11.8 per cent, compared
wIlhlW, "While the lew-. U notes
great as In September, It is tuOUtfli Id
Justify some weakness, and the disor
ganization of tbe coal trade and de
pression of coal carrying stocks helped,
so that the average price of railroad
stocks declined 73 cents per share for
the week, while the average of trust
stocks declined 79 cents.
Corn has advanced 4 eents, with
western receipts about a third and ex
ports about an eighth of last year's.
Pork and hogs are a shade lower, with
lard about the same. Wheat is three
quarter cents higher for spot, and 1
cent for December, and looks as if
strength In corn had prevented a fur
ther decline, although western receipts
were only 4,587,670 bushels for the
week, against 8,508,171 last year, and
Atlantic exports Increased to 69&5fi0
bushels, against 740,500 last year. The
Irresistible force is, of course, the
enormous accumulation, which contin
ues, although producers may naturally
be inclined not to sell at current
. Cotton is again lower, spot being
5.73 cents, with receipts so heavy that
large . crop eatlmatee are favored,
though it makes little difference In the
real prospect whether the yield Is sot,
000 or 1,000,000 bales greater than the
world's requirements, with great stocks
of old cotton ia sijrht. The depres
sion of cotton and wheat and tbe par
tial loss of the corn crop must be reck
oned important because of hestancy
In retail distribution of products.'
This herltancy affects industries very
differently. The boot and shoe manu
facture is retarded only in continued
preference for low-priced goods, for
the number of pairs produced and
shipped seems greater than ever in
Ave weeka 417,661 eases, against 288,804
last year and 885,646 In 1 893. There Is
still a large demand for cheaper goods,
crowding beyond their capacity tbe
producers of cheap men's and women's
shoes, and while jobbers in wax and
kip boots .and ahoes report smallest
sales for years on the whole, the sales
of low-priced goods are larger than
ever., Orders have fallen off of late,
but most factories are still well em
ployed and many have good orders for
In the Iron industry tbe chief activ
ity ia In structural work, bridge and
other plates, while the demand for
sheets is somewhat diminished; bar
and .wire show no Improvement, and
Balls are weaker. The average of quo
tations for various kinds of iron and
steel is 8 per cent, lower than in J uly,
6.5 per cent, higher than at the lowest
point in April, and 20 per cent lower
than In July last year.
The government has sustained a
heavy deficit for the month of Octo
ber, and customs receipts are disap
pointingly light Otherwise the
money markets reflect only a remarka
ble absence of commercial demand,
though the possible reduction of inter
est on deposits may lead to some with
drswais of country funds. Exports for
tbe past four weeks were 16 per cent
less than last year, while imports were
9 per sent greater.
FaQnres continue small, and for four
weeks ending October liabilities
were 98,206.893, of which 93,149,453
were of manufacturing and 94,991,434
of trading concerns.
Southern failures are comparatively
small, and the eastern and western
about equal. During the pest week
failures have been In the United
States, against S58 last year and 50 in
Canada, against 28 last year.
A , TERRIFIC WIND STORM.
Three Cfcarebee Wrecked aad Xack OtAae
- Daaure Deae.
WnJ-is, Tex., Nov. S. A terri2o
wind storm struck this place Thursday
night Three churches were wrecked
beyond repair, residences and store
houses were damaged to a greater or
less degree and outhouses and fences
were entirely demolished. Many
houses in the country were destroyed
and froit orchards laid waste. , 2.0
lives are reported lost so far, but fell
returssare not in. The town of Mont
gomery suffered severely.
Of TSird Ai.!,'ai.t r rj; iatr-G
Th 1. ;mt-tfwfHi Over .Sire
M:i!totS Of X.H,i!r4 'o-e Aif Hvm::
Mjpvortir.g t oar-Jirtijs2 t-wm 11
Washington, ?"ot. 4. T?i a a nul l
report of the third assistant pohtu jUt
general has teen rieada to ti e rxt:r.a-ter-gencraL
It shows that t:.e j.t8.i
revecu-s from all sources for the veor
ended June 84 1S', was 87."..0tC,4?,
and that the total expenditure uii
8s4,3i4,414. an execxs of es.-nd.t tires
over receipts of i,S43.93J. The '.otrl
number of special delivery Li. tors
mailed wss 8,4:51,070, and the net punt
of the system amounted to S 2,447.
The number of letters and pa-celt reg
istered during the year at ail pwt
offices was 1j,0."-0,554. The loe dar
ing the year averaged about oce to
every 16,800 plecea
In the issues of stamps, stsmpel en
velopes and postal csrds, there m as a
considerable falling off. The toud is
sues numbered l.rHi!t,S19.0i5 pieces, of
the value of 90,539,010.65.
Tbe postage on second-clan nxtter
amounted to $3,547, 1XS.0&. The total
weight of this matter, including thst
part of It which by law is mailed free,
was 299,758,301 pounds.
The total saving on tbe severs! con
tracts for stamped paper, aa eomTtred
with previous arrangements, daring
the periods the contracts severally run,
ia shown to be about as follows: On
postage stamps, 8C75.00O; on stamped
envelopes, P-'OO.OOO; on postal cards,
C63,OO0. Total saving, 13,448,00a
The number of newspapers and pe
riodicals admitted to the mails during
the year was 6,003, of which 4,604 were
Waihixotox. Nor. .The annual
report of Col. Lteber, acting judge advocate-general
of the army, shows
that during the year six commissioned
officers were tried. The record In four
of these causes were sent to the presi
dent for action and two of them were
settled ia the department Seven
cadets of the military academy, 5,173
enlisted men and three military con
victe ware tried by general court-martial,
making a total of 3,1 trials by
general eonrts-martlol, against f.H'S
for the year 1893, a decrease of nine
cases in favor of the ye&r 1894.
The number of trials by Inferior
courts-martial for this year wm 15,086,
against 14,183 for the year 1893, aa in
crease of 98 this year.
Of the 15,01 there were 830 In the de
portment of California; 2,103 in the de
partment of Colorado; 035 in the de
partment the of Colombia; 8,419 in the
department of the east; 1,997 in the de
partment of Dakota; 1.978 in the
department of the Missouri; lw
773 in the department of the
Platte; 1,077 in the depart
ment of Texas, and 933 at posts not in
these departments. Of these trials 539
were for conduct to the prejudice of
good order and military discipline. 618
for desertion and 896 for absence with
out leave, and the remainder for viola
tions of the various articles of war.
CoL Lie ber makes no recommendations '
Obaetly Ceaeeejoeaeee of a Fire at lacilaa
polls, Ist, la tbe Indiana Keeieal t ol
Ufa The Aevttleh Kite BnlMIng, with
AU lie Castlf Maaoate Paraeawraatla,
Jteeeatlr yartaenS, Alee) Helped roe
the t .mmm
IxouxAFOua, Ind., Nov. 4. At 3:30
o'clock a. ax fire started In tbe build
ing occupied by the Indiana medical
college, at the corner of Kouta Penn
sylvania aad Maryland street. .Ia a
few mlnutee tbe whole building was in
flames, and the efforts of the fire de
partment to head them off were with
out avail. The fire quickly spread to
the Scottish Kite building adjoining,
TBI rnCXST MABOXIC rAKArniBXALIA
la the west was reduced to ashee. This
outfit had but recently been porehexed,
and the estimated loss to the masons
by reason of its destruetioa, together
with the fire-story building and all
the other contents, will reach StOO.OOO.
Tbe Indianapolis Gas Co. 'a offices oc
cupied the ground floor of the corner
building, the medical college having
the two floors above. Every section of
this structure was leveled to the
a ghastly rxAirax or THE rl-A-TKB
was the fact that eighteen bodies stored
in vats for dissecting purposes were
burned to crisp. The stench of bu ru
ing human flesh wss nauseating. The
bones of the cads vers dropped into tlte
cellar and presented a sickly spectacle.
The Are was still burning at nine
o'clock. The total loss is about SITSrUfl,
and the insurance, exclusive of that on
contents, 830,000. i
bcmob or a if ax auaxfo.
Persons who witnessed the fire ty
that a man appeared at one of the u y
per windows of the medical colkj-e
building, and that he went down w lb
the roof and floors when they eollapt d
aud tumbled into the bancmeet At 20
o'clock, however, the body had ruit
been found, and if it should be, H k
very doubtful whether it conld bedit
cerned from the charred, bodies of tbe
eighteen cadavers that went down with
the ruins at the same time. No niw
lag men have been reported, aod it is
hardly believed that any lives were
Sm fta aUchlffea.
Calitmct. Mich.. Nov. 4. A heavy
snow-storm prevailed throughout near
ly the entire upper peninsula Friday.
Snow on level is now 3 inches deep.
. LAMENTABLE FAILUc
Of eeorce W. Irwia Co P-.hHobit
- Fool Operator-, at Pltttmrf;t, .
PlTTSBCRoa, Pa, Nov. 4. The la
mentable failure of Georg-e W. Irwin t
Co., the bigdiscretionary pool operato--,
has h pre ad consternation among tie
depositors of the flra and Ailed tie
h-rts of tbe therpool men with d--msy.
The failure is the most tlis.t
troua of sny that has occurred, inu
mach as tbe nnmW of persons con
cerned is iafinitely larsrer than the it
vestors with all the other txx . "t U-gcther
Jura i;e ( yt ifai.
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la a Cositiauicnel C'J-v 77--.
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trl'r f urt -n nr. ?i ,-: "j-
u,.ud. Tommy; h-vm' d.r i J-.,. 1
ur. rJT." mer t.:.u ,.,. i
au' i':un' oU', b"5;i.- w.m .
the ctu.s an go to a-i 4u' ;., .,,;
"Fr yon e-tnt-r flr.tt-n ertnun'ev.
pood," s..' i I'm-ia Uf, ' telt'iuj j-c ..;
buoe." r a Oi;Ua b.jx.
Lisa Oil Upon Troul;'! W.ts Is t
H iQfT Of Hi tvheurd tj.tl 'I ft . , ;.
"Tiir's (-mi Una. C-u-rv U o-:t," n
the ei.ur to toe nina who cavoe ia 'i
bettrr pine for ruuaii-g; the pi r.l i.--dslpiiis
Hood's IsthD C;st
Fall afedkinu, bevstue it jrur viiae-,
aod enrkbet tbe blood. izd ti;ercr.-r-t
gives siretsfJi to resist b4 sT-xt t" ia
Colds, Catarrh, Eheunis. jiut, f Eeuraosut.
Kalarls, tbe Grip, etc. TiOis It cow sad
avoid the dat ger of rlcis liioM. It ir&r
save yoa mituy dcUars In doctor' l:,.e.
Be sure to ,et Uooo's sad culy Koco s
"I can truly recom
mend Kocdt barss
Da-tils u an noJ"?nt -J
medkdna I have ll'-J
taken four bottles snd I am better tluin I
have been for t-" yesr- past 1 wss all
ma daw A, my limbs kwai.ed snd my blood
wss in a very bad condition. Kcrw I im
free from nwra!iria and brtter in vc7
way." Mm. B. Cublbiob, Hume, K. It.
H OOd ' PI II eure all liver 11 la. bilioueovs
taondlee, truueeet-oa, sick scada-be. e&
You want aa Orfan. Of course
You want the DEST. Ths
MASON & 1-IAMLIN won
At All Important
W ertd't ha.rn tice
that erf Pari, Uii?. in
cludlnfl'hlcaifO.iSijJ, snd ! tbaclut-ly -
C1T If veer local
dv-.s-r Ann not k I
our P !- and
Ur-ae-, re ll
e-nd on ar-proral
direct (rom ixuxr,
to reronib!e tar-
,fii3- tl-, at -fure-cp?Ts.
Kew Stylee ee Popul- Friece mt eat.
Solde-I nor E-v Pa-iTM-rt P! or Rfaui
Mil earca-Me. CaUKano (reo.
osroa. e ia, cHicAOtA a.xsAj o.r.
The Greatest Medical Discovery
of the Age-
c::al3 mini, of r.
Ha diitovertd In on of our commo
pasture weeds a remedy that cure every
kind of Humor, from the worst Scrofula
down to a corrmon Pimple.
He has tried it In ovtr eleven hundred
esses, and never failed ex?t)n twocav
(botrt thunder humor). He has now in his.
possession ever two hundred certificate!,
of Its value, all within twenty mile ef
Boston. Send postal card for book.
A benefit is .nlwavs exrerienced iron the
first bottle,' snd perfect cure is warranted
when the right quantity is taken.
When the lunjs are affected It causes
shootinjr psln. Ilks needles passing
through them; the same with the Liver or
Bowels. This is caused bv the ducts te
Ing stopped, and always dis-pe-irs hi a
week alter takin-; it. 'Read the label. '
If the stomach is foul or bilious it will
cause squeamish leelmjs at first.
No change of d.et ever necessary. Eat
the best you can get. and enough of it.
Dose, one tablespomih:! In water af: bed
time. Sold bv ait Druggists
1 UMd Rt Crtam Btlm
for eatartk and keee re-'
teivtd gnat bntfL Ibe-
lev it a taft sad triai ,
tave, Terg fi-jsnuit to
take arm. Fnmr, Both-
rtB"4 l-wa--; tbe !-! hmw Alia, i
nS InluimilMi, H-ai tba fry. Pr,--,- Uwi
wtr-- from Ida. anm Ui Masaac of Tana
sea-sail. Taa -m!b la qswHJabaorD- Ami gl-e
A aartirle aoei led mo ea?biK-nlar-(llaafiee.
la.a. Ir-a a al l--jaai-o or s-r aa-ll.
SLT Siurasi S.M Warm etraat. Nev fe-fc.
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