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Un Wednesday evening he rested some- 1
what easier. No one thought that the
end was near, and at three o'clock
Thursday morning all the family re
lired for a little r.'.st except one sou, ;
J'r. William Schttv'er. who remained
watching with the nurse. The evening
before I he venerable ecclesiastic h;;d '
greeted his physician and his old friend, ;
Ir. C igrove. with a hearty grasp of ;
the hand, ami then had turned his face
to tin; wall, as if to s i v: "This is good- j
by." ' i
Or. Nrt.n l'T was horn in N'W York rity,
,J;iT!M;:r !. 1SH. He as il -C'll'leil of ol.l lllt-h !
sKek. h's n mte ancestor. I'liillip I'iclT j
van ScIiuvUt. liavmij eoine lo New York j
car.v iu the seveniM'tith eenlury. i)r. Mont- !
(ornery Srleiyler was ihe sixth ia line of ile- i
s.-enl from this r.rly :ncisior. ami was Use ;
son of Anthony IVy oli'iy-ranil Sartth Kiilire. ;
hiswt.V. The family lias lw-ei: iM-ntitie,i with
public affairs in the e-ist-r:i statrs for nmrn ,
than a Ci-nt.iry. Th' irv;ui'lf:illier of lr. Srliuy- j
Iit was a person:!) fiiemt of t;en. Washinjrton; ;
aii'l the Urn. Schuyler of the revolutionary j
war was a member of a Coil itcral bra::ch of tha
Montjosirrv riitero.l Geneva (::otv II..tart)
roi!i; Imt was rrailuateil at T'ninn cnl!i':r. i
Scheticeiaily. In ls:i. after which lie stmlieJ ;
law for two years, then turned his attention t.i !
i heolor.v ami ente-'il the ministry in 141. His 1
irs. ciiare was Trinity churrh. at Marshal ;
Mich., where he was rector for three years. .
tie wan rector at t : race rhurch. Lyons. N. Y., -r'l.r
a y ar ami a half; and at St. John's iluiTalo,
JC. Y.. for ten years. !
lie hea came to Chris. rli'ircb. St. Louis, ;
at whU'h he preach'l4 his tlrsi sermon V-
loU'r I. IX.4. The church was at that tin!?
4tilu::tril ut the corner of Itroa'lwav at:i
''heslnut street. In ls."ll the present lot. on
'Thirteenth ami Locust streets, v.-as pur
ch:usol, and the oH lot was sold to a real '
estate 11 rm. In the interval between this time ,
ai'-J the time of the completion of tie) elituch :
services were lielii in the old Mena:itile Libra- :
iy hall, an I later In St. Pauls ehurch. The
hcreh was buil-iiiu t'.'irin-- the civil war. anil
v.--s opened for the lirst time on Christmas
d.iv. H 7. Ir. Schuyler has b- en its rector
ever situ --, afid sis yars n.i. vi jien tiie church
vas m::tle a e.".tli -Iral. he li c.in" ifs l'an.
Ou; :!i th civil war le1 esp mse 1 th'-eaus
if ihc "nion. in the face of m:opi;i:irity anil
liescrtion if fi:e:i;ls. niiiiistriri t- lh;. sick
ami v;aiid.-d in tin- military hospitaU.
wiu-n such iniais'rations wer resented
hy s' u'.hern svnp.vliizer. but viio
en:-f.-':. r-. te s4M;crs l. t'an t. tin the ImspitaN
is 1 prisons h ' v.:is equally liinl to theat ;
"i'a" r:i!e:i!y f,f his cl::M-aer was a;.preciat-1, .
uiel in' was hunore 1 l y b: th north iml so'i:i. lis
a::v. c-i yreat -rentieii' s ; ar.d wisdom in kcep
li.' ilowii tli.sension in his church durinir this
.eri!:t, and It has often been said that had a :
ie-.s e.i-Ie man been at the helm it Is likely tlu ;
-o:iirrc;atioii culd not have held to'ethfj ;
lliitini:h the storm.
Dean Schuyler had been married threetimes
Ills lirst wife was Sara Sandford. of New Yurli
ity. wh: died at Marshall. Mich., after bear
im: hint three children. Ail these died youui,. '
'i'l-.e se?ond Mrs. Schuyler was I.vi.-.
UiMisevclt. itf SkaneatfU-s. N. Y.. who died at :
Ituffalo. t this marriairo there were three ;
chtlilrca. Monti; imcry Koosevelt Schuyler, now ,
of Nc York city Frank Schuyler, who died i
vlien a chihl. and Hev. Louts s. S "htivler. w!in ;
iic.d in September. srs. a victim of the velUw ;
fever at Memphis. He was licit g In the north j
when the fever broke out. but his penerous
nature as touched with the story of suffering i
ami he voluntarily offered himself as a priest !
lo administer the last sacrr.nents t thedyin?.
He wis on;y 7 years aid when he died, and the I
blow fell very heavily on his father, who had j
loved him as his favorite son.
la IA A lr. Schuyler married Miss Sophia
Klizalvcth Norton, of Buffalo, who survives
him. Immediately after this marriace he
came to St, Louis. There were ei-rht children
of this marriajre. as follows:
Ker. I'hilip Schuyler, the rector of St. Am
tirose church. New York city, who is said tu
lie very like his fnt'isr in chancier and man
.nor; Mrs. II. R. Talboys. of New York city:
Mr. Walter Norton Schuyler. William Schuy
ler, of the city hljih school: Mrs. John F. Mills,
and Misses Sophie and ticrtruile. and Mr. Ku
rcne schuyler. who lived at home with their
After solemn services in the cathe
dral, conducted by Bishop Tnttle. th-
remains were taken to Marshall, Mich.,
Without the rrcsldrnt's Snjnatars.
W'asiungton, March 20. The act to
.authorize the St. Louis & Oklahoma
Uatlroad Co. to construct anil operatea
railway through the Indian and Okla
homa, territories has become a law
without the president's signature.
Found Dead in lSed.
rAXYH.i.K, Ky., March 10. Mrs. Wil
if'aia I. Moore, ajed 71. was found dead
in b.'.l Wednesday morning. She leaves
two children, the wife of Prot". A. 1!.
Meson, of Center co'lee. and the wife
; Banker Ileury I. Magil', a Ln
'"r jise. Wio.
i In; union iii m i v.sii i-a iik i:
are innv divided by the Kgyp'-if'i ad
vanee." i'. says, "might have the eif.-ct
t drive the Italians out of Ka-.sal;
anil so strenglheii Abyssinia ag.iiast
Italy and ultimately enable Krauet
am! i'.iissia, who ari- now lurking i:.
the backgrounil to detct mine the fal;
of Khartoum and '.he whole region o
the I'pper Nile.'
The key to all this sudden display o
good will toward ihiglaml is limine
tionably I lermany's sympathy will,
Italy, "if the battle of Adowa. fongh
o:i .March 1, in which the Italians wen
disastrously defeated had n:'.
::rfed. lierniany would not have
countenanced the expe.l'tiou up tho
valley of the Nile and probably would
have sideil with France ami lJ.us.-ia to
A curious incident connected wit'.i
the situation has arisen from ihc over
tures which were made by France with
t!it object of ascertaining ('ermany's
intentions with regard to the expedi
tion. The communications from the
French foreign office, which passed
through the hands of M. Ilerbette.
French ambassailor to ( iermany, were
couched in language which indicated
expectation that C.Tmany would join
the French protest against F.ngland's
action. It consequently must have
been a very unpleasant surprise ti
M. Ilerthelot, the French foreign min
ister, to learn that the assent of (ier
nia ny had already lieen sent to London
and to Cairo, and the: fact must
certainly have eaused the French gov
ernment to surmise that the emperor
knew more, and at an earlier date, of j
the designs of Creat Itritain than ;
could have been obtained through the j
ordinar- diplomatic channels. j
It is now conceded on all sides that J
M. Ilerbette must be recalled by his i
ovcrnment and very speedily, too. !
A THIN STORY j
Invented to Cover a Successful Transfet 1
of Men and Arm for Cuba. !
Charleston, S. V., March -.'!. The
little alleged filibustering steamer :
Commodore, which left this port on
the i::th for Tampa, with a cargo of
hrms anil ammunition, returned here
yesterday minus the cargo ami -3 ol
her crew of :;i men.
The ofiiecrs will say nothing, bet
the steward, who is a Charleston man
says that when in the Florida keys tin
Commodore experienced bail weathei ;
ami .struck a snag which caused her to
leak so badly that it was necessary to
throw all her cargo overlwiard. The
crew became alarmed and '-3 insisted
on leaving the ship in boats. These
,'3 were Cubans. Hanson's story is not
FIRE IN WASHINGTON.
The Itlrthplare of the Knights of l'jthia
Washington, March 23. At two
o'clock yesterday morning fire wad
discovered burning furiously iu -!
building on K street, near Ninth, t
I enpicd by the census otliee. The in
i side of the building was badly dam
' aged, involving a loss of S'iO,Uil(), full
t insured. Probably the most serious
loss will be to the records of the cer.
sus otliee contained in the building,
i oome of which were destroyed and all
j more or less injured by smoke and
water. 1 he building was known at
Marines hall, anil was the place whtw
the Knights of Pythias organization
THE WRONG WOMAN
Killed by a KevenReful Italian in ItulTaW
1;iffai., X. Y., March 22. Mrs
Rosalind Yida. an Italian woman. 4
years of age. was murdered at he
home on Mechanic street hy .hick Uio
who lives in the adjoining house. lii
was arrested. His real ame is t'iagi
mo fomstatirao. It is said that tk
shooting was a mistake, and the norcai
he hsd intended to kill was Mrs. I' eg
g-ino, wife of the victim of Capriano
who was recently sent to Auburn fo
life, iiio's motive is not knowx
DUN-S TRADE REVIEW.
lit Falling Off In Amount of Fntt-
1 for Muri-h. Otherwise a UHrourns-
Krnort Tho "Um-Waited- or lui-
rrueut lit il-artlne St. 11 Kern! to
in til Appearance Anomalies of tns
iv Vor.K. March 21. B. O. Dan &
Mures for two weeks of March
r liabilities of S'i.TH'.UOT. ntfainst
? 471 "lust year, Failures fur the
- were -'til in the United State,
list 273 last year; and 4'J in Canada,
nst :i." last year.
ivement toward better thing's is
the exception. There is better
aessin shoes and sraiill industries.
there has been a squeezing of
t .sellers in cotton, but the general
enev of industries and prices is
Uncoil racing, and those who wjro
hopeful a month ago are still
ing. not so hopefully, for the ex-
structions to recovery are not to
ought primarily in the investment
le monev market, but in the ln-
rial reaction after the unnatural
insion of demand and prices last
is a striking fact that the only
t industry which is now rapidly
r in business is the one in wlneli
have been generally cut down
st year's lowest ligures, ami' the
and shoe makers had a reasou for
.ation in the pric-s of leather.
di still average six p.T cent, higher
a war ago, though aides are 13
having again declined
I past week
u'oout three per cent.
he manufacturers get narro.v ;
, or none, they are at least do
business which will keep mo,t o j
vorlcs in operation. ,
woolen mills nave li.lIerenL co:i- :
ins, ana wan prices aircany ie-i
1 below last years lowest aver- ;
tail wool two to three p T cent, j
ler than it was ta.-n, t iey arc ::o- ;
iig business to keep wot Us ia opcr-
S.iles of woo! were the smallest j
liv weeii Itr vearj. i
sharp decline in the prices of co.-
.oous is the comiuent of nuns o:i ;
g cotton. I'oods now average ;
r tha l since March, ls'.i.l, having
declined 4.- per cent, for tiie week, ;
print cloths to cents, which is only
a sixteenth above the lowest price on
record. The accumulation of g- ! in
tiie face of slack and rapidly diminish- !
ing demand has brought the closing oi j
one nf the largest mills and otii 'rs arc
The iron industry shows but a :
sliglit average decline in pri vt.s, as !
etdu'dnatious still insist tri j:i t'.iJ !
highest prices of last year, a:i I lit.; dc- j
maud is naturally curtailc 1. a-'a- j
lions are deceptive, because lower j
prices are constantly made to secure !
business, but with ore and coke com- i
hiuatious demanding high figures, h -s- :
itatioa is inevitable. .Min.ir m 't.i's I
ehttnrre little, but aluminum, by mis
print quoted here crronousiy last j
week, selis at .Ml cents.
Speculation in cotton has caught j
sliorl sellers in trouble, and, just b
cause tiiey lliongut, ine prices must, go
lower, the shorts arj forced t put ;
them up. Such a rise may go on wun- '
out regard to supply r detnand. but
lieither the government report of last j
week, nor the fall in the goods nor the
closing of mills give reason to expect i
more than a speculative rise. !
The market in wheat has been weak, j
though rather stagnant, but the .
weiglit of facts is felt, as western re
ccipts for three weeks of March have
been K,'.'.S2, 4S1 bushels, against "i.ti'.'V
H2'.i last year. Atlantic exports. Hour
included! show a decrease, amounting
to 4.04S,mU bushels for three weeks,
against ."i,o..7,iyo last year.
The movement of corn continues
very large, and prices have declined
one cent for cash.
A more troublesome feature of the
situation is the st ringeucy in commcr
Keturil to Tlndr M tchine. as Victors in
the t-'isht. Kverytliin Tlier Co-ltenJeil
1-or r.cioc tiiaoteii. I o.ler Ito ids. ly
thr Tailor C'oiilraetors A Kioluns fi-eno
Ketiirued lo Work lVmllr-S a Hecision
Cntt-Aiio, March 21. Six hundre 1
garment workers who went ou strike
returned to their machines yesterday,
working for an ail ranee of 2. per cent,
in wages, i weekly pay day. recogni
tion of the union and a bond of SMti
to bind the bosses to live uptotheii
agreement. Fifty of the tailor con
tractors called at the (iarment Work
ers headquarters Thursday and yester
day and signed the contract. The con
tractors were compelled to yield to the
garment workers' terms because the
owners of the custom tailor stabiish
menls demanded that orders be tilled.
The practical surrender of the con
tractors lias not changn.l the condi-
tion of the cutters' strike. The eiviu
; federation yesterday appointed a co:n
1 mittee of live to call on the Manufac
; luring Clothiers association ami the
Cutters' and Garment Workers' unions
: to-day and urge a submission of the
strike troubles to arbitration iu be
I half of the suffering thousands from
', the sweatshops, all the workers to rJ
' turn pending a decision of the arbi
A riotous scene was enacted yester-
day morning at KW Randolph street,
1 w hen a party of thirty or more special
! order tailors attempted to get the eni
j ployes of Levin fc Arkin's shops into
i the union. The intruders broke down
the barred door and frightened the
i women with threatsof violence. Othei
j tenants of the building called the po
1 lice, who cleared the shop without fur
! ther trouble.
WITH A REVOLVER
Attempted Wife Mnriler anil Solelds at
I-orest City I'a.
Schaxton, l'a., March 21. At Fores:
City, six miles north of Carhondale,
yesterday morning, Frank Creaglc
went to the house where his wife,
from whom re had been separated,
was staying. When Mrs. Creagle re
fused to return to him, Creagle tired at
iier four times with a revolver, one ol
the bullets going completely through
the woman's body. Creagle then shot
and killed himself. Mrs. Creagle in is
ft serious condition.
uEN. BOOTH'S LATEST MOVE.
Col. Cadie, of Salvation Army Hoaitqim t
rrs Ordered to Tatse Leave of Anirrlra
ami I'etnrn to London A Vreliniluary
Move Looking to nn Kffort at Kec-on-cillatlon
with Hallington Itouth.
Xsw Yobk, March 23. The first step
in apian to effect a reconciliation be
tween Uallington l'.ooth and the lead
ers of the Salvation army has beea
taken by tleu. William ISooth, who has
ordered Col. Eadie to take his fare
well and return to London. In oba
dience to the general's orders. Col.
Kadie yesterday began his farewell"
services. He spoke in the afternoon
in the "flowery barracks, and in the
evening in Memorial hall, at the na
tional headquarters,, but at neither
meeting did he refer to his recall.
He seemed surprised when ques
tioned about the general's message,
but while he would not affirm the re
port that he had received it, he would
not deny it. That an attempt will
be made by Commander and Mrs.
Uooth-'fucker upon their arrival
here to induce Commander and Mrs.
Ikillington Hooth to abandon
their new organization and return
to the Salvation army is quite cjrta'n,
and as the retention hereof Col. E.i.lij
would make such a reconciliation
impossible, it is believed that hi.s recall
was decided upon to open the way to
amicable negotiations. It is thought
a temporary post, ia another field,
perhaps Canada, may be tendered to
Ilailington llooth, with a promise t
place him again in charge ;f the army
ia the Fnited States iu a year or Wo;
but his friends say he will iiot" be j
tempted by such an arrangement. j
Cttnmander Ilailington IJooth said i
last night, after a meeting of the Vol- j
untcers at Cooper I'nion. that he heard ;
that Col. Wm. Kadie of Salvation army i
headquarters had received orders it !
return to Kngland. The commander ;
said that he had received no prop isi- j
tion as to again taking conjiniau I of i
the American army, but that his ple.ci
now is with the Volunteers aal io !
bland by them.
A POSITIVE DENIAL I
Of a llcjort Sent Out in Kesard to tile !
Yeliezilfla Cotniiossion. j
Washington, March -1. Secretary j
Mailctt-iVcvost. for the Venezuelan j
commission, has issued the following j
"During the past week reports have j
been industriously circulated to the
effect that the coiiimi.ssimi has reached !
a decision with reference to the !
boundary dispute favorable to Vee.e- j
zv.c'.a. This is untrue. The report has
been circulated in another form j
and it. is now asserted that while the j
commission, us a body, has reached no ;
such conclusion, the commissioners in- ;
dividual! entertain the views re- !
f err: ni to. it must 1h- evioent to all
thai so long as anything remains to
be examined and considered the com
missioners are not in a position
to form an np'nion respecting
the merits of the controversy."
intro:iuce4 a joint Cuban ISelliserenej
lit-so Hit ion.
W.s;mnoton. March 22. .lust Ins
fore the senate adjourned Friday Sen
ator Morgan, who reported the Cuban
resolutions original'! v and has from the
start taken a prominent part in th.;
senate debate favorable to tiie recog
nition of the Cubans, introduced the
following joint resolution:
lUnJml. Hy the senate ami house of repre
sentatives of the Unite-! Ststtes m eonirress as
sembled that it is hereby declared that a state
' ptibiic war exists in the island r.f Cuba be
tween the Koverament of Spain anil the people
or that island who are supp rtinif a seia:Ale
covnrniuotit under the name of the nepublic of
Cuba, and the state of beMiecrcney hetweei ,
I said Kovcrnmeats is hereby reeosniwc.
i The sinitieance of the resolution is
j that it is a joint resolution instend of
concurrent, and that it is con lined to a
j bare recognition of ladigereney upon
I the basis of the declaration that a stale
of war exists in Cuba.
j ANOTHER VICTiM
j Of Overwork l:i the .-aval Kn-rlneer Do
WASiiix.iTON. March 22. Admiral
I Selfridge. eommaading the European
I station, has lost his licet engineer
j through physical collapse. A cable-
! gram received at the navy department
j Friday from him at Smyrna stated
i that Chief Engineer Gilbert M. Mc-
I Carthv has roken dowu and was
iartially paralysed. He has been
granted a lurlough and will come nome
in care of a medical ofliccr from the
llect. Chief Engineer Winslow of the
Minneapidis probably will be detailed
to the flagship San Francisco as fleet
engineer to succeed Chief Engineer
McCarthy. The latter is liclieved t;
have served his last cruise for he is
near the retiring age. lie served with
great honor in the late war.
WILL TRY CONFISCATION.
Urn. Wrjlcr i nto a New Club for Absen
New York. March 22. A letter from
The patriots who haveescaped to the
United States are not to go unpun
ished. Gen. Wcyier is about to issue
another proclamation, which it is ad
mitted in otiieial circles, is to threaten
Cubans who have left the island and
are now domiciled in the United States,
with the confiscation of their property
here (in Cuba) unless they return at
once to their homes. This measure,
according to the oilicial apology for it,
is to punish "those conspirators against
thtj cause of Spain, out of the country
as well as within it."
THE FORT SHE R!DAN TRAGEDY.
Death of Private C all Private Allen will
Recover to lie Tried for Murder.
Chicago. March 23. Private Danio"
M. Call, company A, Ffteenth infantry,
who was shot at Fort Sheridan on
Friday by Private Allen, died Satur
day afternoon at 4:1.1 o'clock. Tho
funeral will he held probably to-day.
the bmly receiving the customary mili
Call was -II years of age and a native
oi Pond county. 111. He had been in
the service 19 years. Allen, the runr-
der cr, vi i'.l recover.
Thoniimnds Kijoveuatd lo 1 Kemark
hle Vltallilne I'ower of tha anion Blaic-no-Mlud
Curs and Llthiu Water Hatha.
Indiana Mixrii.ii. Spkisks, Ind., Jan.
fSftal -Uuriinf the year lst'" a larve
mitnlMir of physicians "from nil over the
country have ersou.a!ly iuvestipated the
rcniiirKa'ilo natural combination of curea
found here for rheumatism, kidney atid
nervous disease. This trealoient. i nsist
ine of tlio Ma-uo-Mud Cure ami Miiimo
Lithia llailis, taiteu m roumi tii.n with Ihc
driukinir of M.i-.'no-I.ithia water, tas lieen
found by the profession lo In? the men re
markable and successful remedial i-cutrns
yet discoverwl. The end of the year brought
reports frm many eminent neiliinl men,
a number of whom have discussed and ree
ntnmcaded the cure iu the leading medical
Nitico the aceiriental discovery of the
virtues or Mit'no-.Mu and I.ithla water
Xour years atro, this little valley lias heeonte
world-famous. A bijr hotel has been built
with all modem improvements, electric
hirht, steam heat, and tlirectly connected
yrith a largo bath-house especially con
structed for tho requirements of jfapno
Mud and Lithia Water Baths. People in
rcareii of rest, health and pleasure from all
over the United States have rome in num
bers to tax t'jo capacity of the pstahlish
mimt. and have gone lo help spread the
fame of the euro.
The proprietors, the Indiana Rprintrs Co.,
hnvo oixMied nfiiees nt le. Hudson St , New
Yorlt City, ami 4.1 Randolph St., Cliictifro,
where ail detailed it formation can be ob
tained on application, whether personal or
Pixorss-''i;y the way. Shadbolt, ta'.kinfr
of those X nivs " Sltaillioit I9lieerin
oiTi "No use, liinsus. You'll make noX
raise from me this time." Chicago Trili
uue. Ilomeseeker's r-rnrtons tat Kansas and
On April T.!i. 'Jist and May oth, ls-.n".
Homeseker's Lxcursious will be rt::i from
ilis-iot'ii Hivi r points, ami territory West
ft t 'liii-ago. lVona ami St. Louis. t sialic. lis
ia Kansas :;t;.i Nehraska, at one fare, plus
S'J.iai. lor the rnui.tl trip. All ivhocau slioiild
take adva'ita:.'C of the cheap rates ami in
spect the most productive com laiuls in lite
I hitcd States, which i:.e lor sale, by the
I'tti'Mi l'aciiie l.'ailvvay Coiapaay. at from
fJ.fiO loJIO.iii per acre, on ten years' lime,
only iloc. n.
Ken c.iilx'r tiott the Kansas corn crop for
ls'Xi. with s.ioi.otiii acres in cultivation,
jielded over tint .'"sK'mmi bushels, the esti
i.iuleil value of which is over '',,t'il'i.lsV. be
ins 7.u ni,i ( more than annual output of
pold in the Unite.; Slates.
Those taking advantage of the excursions,
should take reeepls lor all railroad faiv.
ar.d the portion paid over I'nion l'aciiie
lines, will be refunded upon purchase of
:a acres. Infonuatioii regard in: rates
can be ascertained from the nearest rai'rc.ai:
l'orinapsand pamphlets i!escri'tiye of the
lands, write to H.A. McAi.lasTUK, Laud
Couiaiis;iiuuer, Cmaha, Nib.
Oi.n Maih "Is t'-.'stlien'nvsi'ni.erofiiee?'
C'erK-Ycs, ma'am.'' Old Mail (lilus'a
imrly) ,-l see the mayor has advert ha d lor
proposal"., cud I would like to advertise,
Loo.' Philadelphia Record.
State of Ohio, City or Toledo. SJ
Litas CotrsTT. "'
Fuank.J. Ciiknev makes caththat hoistl'.e
senior partner of the Sinn oi K. J. C'sienet
tb Co., dointf business in the City of Toledo.
Comity and StaM aforesaid, and that sua!
Una will pay the sem of osi: ihn!cki imh.
i.aks for eaeh ami every case of Catarrh
that cannot lo cured bvl'he use of Hall's
Cataiu-.ii Crtti:. Fuank J. Ciienkt.
Si.vora to lwfore 1.10 and subscribed in my
presence, tliisf.th day ol iJi.'cemlM.T, A. 1. ltsi.
, A. W. Gi.casos,
Iseal A'o'on f'.-Mic
Hall's Cat.irrh Cure is take:i internally and
acts uirecitv on the blood and mucous sur
faces of the system. Send for testimonials,
free. K. J. CnrNKv & Co., Toledo, O.
Sold hy Drtisrirists. 7.V.
H ill's Family Pills are the best.
"Some folks." said Uncle Eben. "doan'
pear tor take no pride in spcakiu' detroof
'ceppin' when it cwinc ter hunt somebody's
feeliu's." Washington Btar.
A Spring Trip South.
On April 7 and 21. and May 5, tickets
will be sold front principal cities, towns
und villages of the north, to all points on
the Louisville tc Nashvillo Railroad in
Ter.u' ssee. Alabama, ilississiopi, Florida
and a portion of Kentucky, at ono single
fare for tho round trip. Tickets will bc
cood to return within twenty-one days, on
payment of fi to agent at destination, and
will allow stop-over at any point on the
south bound trip. Ask your ticket agent,
about it, and if lie cannot sell you excur
sion tickets write to C P. Atmore, Gen
eral Pnssensrer Agent, Louisville. Ky.. or
Geo. B. Horner, J). P A., St. Louis, Mo
Tnrs grief still treads upon the heels of
pleasure, marry'd iu haste, we may repent
at leisure. Coiiirreve.
An Idlo Scavenger.
The bowe's act the part f fa s'avengein
nsinikin as th"v remove inm h of the debris,
the waste effete matterof the system. When
they prow id !e. iio'lect ful of duty, it is f the
utmost importance that they should I e im
pelled to activity. Hosteller's Stomas h Bit
ters elTii-ts this desirable o!.i-ct without
griping then like a drastic pt:.sative. The
Hitters is also e.fiea' ioas f. r malaria, bil
ious, dysjieptic and kidney trouble.
' Pitn.tSTitY crams rnr herds wi'h learned
lumber, ami takes out oar brums to make
room for iu Coltou.
The well known firm cr newspaper ad
ertisiiisr agents. AMen A; Faxon, Cincin
nati, li!'. will licr-aficr be known as the
Frank 11. Allien & Sons t'ontpaiiy. beina;
rouiposed of Frank H. AMen ami his two
sous, Frank W. and Clarence 11. Aldcn.
If a man is endued villi r. penerrus mind,
this is the best kind of nobility. 1-iato.
We think Piso's Cure for Consumption is
the only medicine for Couehs. Jknnii
i-iscKABD, Springfield, Ills., Oct. 1, 1SW.
Hk "At times I lose myself." She (bored
to death; 'How;'' Detroit Tribune.
A sore spot, green, I
black, or blue, is a
HCTft-rO CT limD? HI! 1 - ie color fade,2
OrUitJ Oil JHUUUO OIL tie soreness disappear.
I i& It s Pure I
Needs assistance it may be best to rsnder tt
promptly, but one should remember to
even the most icr'ect i-emeJies ou'y wlieu
needeti. The best and most simple and
gentle remedy is the Syrup of Fiirs, mauu
i actured by the Caiiforukt Fig Syrup Company-
Tub mule is a demi-Jack. and therefore
demi-John, which accounts for the spiri
that is within him. Bosloa Transcript.
Fits stopped free by Pr. Kline's Great
Nerv'; Restorer. N'ofits aftertlrst day's use.
Marvelous cures. Treatise ami t'i trial bot
tle free. Dr. Kiiue. u;i Arch St., Phila.. Pa.
DrzBT- 'Whafsin that bottle poison I"
Doobv "I iraess there must be; there lsnl
any label on it-" iloxbury Gazette.
Stomach, sometimes called waterbrash,
and burning pain, distress, nausea,
dyspepsia, aw cured by Hood's Sarsa
pariila. This it accomplishes because
with its wonderful power as a blood
purifier. Hood's Sarsaparilla gently
tones and strengthens the stomach and
digestive organs, invigorates the liver,
creates an appetite, gives refreshing
sleep, and raises the health tone. In
cases of dyspepsia and indigestion it
seems to have ' a magic touch."
" For over 13 year3 1 suffered from sour
with severe pains across my shoulders,
and preat distress. I iiad violent nausea
which would leave rao very weak and
faint, di.flcu.lt to get my breath. These
sp. Us came oftener a.td more severe. I
did not receive any lasting liene&t from
physicians, bat found such happy effects
frciii a trial of Hood's Sarsaparilla, that I
took several bottles aad mean to always
keep it in the house. I atn now able to do
idl my own work, which for six years I
have heou unable to do. My husband and
son have aiso been greatly benefited by
Ho ld's Sarsaparilla for pains in the back,
and after lite grip. I gladly recommend
this grand blood medicine." Hits. Petes
Brian', Leominster, Mass.
Is the One True Dlood Purifier. All drugsists !L
Hnrn.'t PiH-; turc an Tlver ln anJ
12UUU f Ills Hj,..rf Headache. tSceiits.
The Greatest Medical Discovery
of the Age.
DCNALD KENNEDY, cf ECXEURY, MASS.,
Has dijeovcreJ in cne of our common
pasture weeds a remedv that cures every
kind of H-jmor, from the worst Scrofula
down to a common Pimple.
He has tried it in over eleven hundred
en-, a'l never failed except in twocases
(bot'i thunder humor.) He has now in his
possession over two hundred certificates
of its value, all w ithin twenty miles of
Boston. Send postal card for book.
A benefit is alwavs experienced from the
first bottle, and a perfect cure is warranted
when the right quantity is taken.
When the lungs are affected it causes
shooting pains, like needles passing
through them; the same with the Liver or
Buwels. This is caused by the ducts be
ing stopped, and always disappears in a
week alter taking it. Read the label.
If the stomach is foul or bilious it will
cause squeamish feelings at first.
No change of diet ever necessary. Eat
the best you can get, and enough cf it.
Dose, one tablespoonful in water at bed
time. Sold by all Drucgists.
ASK YOUR DEALER FOR
W, L, Douglas
S3. SHOE besvJornldThe
If you pv 4 to for shots, ex-
a-itine tha V. L. DousIjs thoe, and
sei what a rood shoe jou caa buy for
OVER iOO STYLES AND WIDTHS,
an;! LACE, made In all
U Imlg of the nest aelected
lent her by (killed work
mauufactnKr In the world.
None fffnuine unless nam and
ptice is stamped on the bottom.
Ask vour dealer for our S3,
S4. 83in, SV.no. 'i.2.S Shoes;
H.' JiO, S and S1.7S for boys.
TA7E "ID SUBSTITUTE. If yourdsaler
ciiiiot supply you, send to tac
tory.encloinc piice and icents
to p.iv carriage. Mate kind, style
of toe (cap or plain), size and
tridth. lur Custom iept. will fill
vour order, ."enrl for new Illus
trated Catalozu" to lti It.
W. L. DOUGLAS, Brockton, Mail.
IT IS MACICAL.
Baker & Co.'s
is Pure it's all
no filling no
BAKER & CO.. Ltd.. Dorchester. MaM.