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The President, in a Special Message
t Congress, Recommends
Thanks to Dewey.
TO HIS BRAVE OFFICERS AND HEN ALSO,
wolnUion.ofTfc.uk. Prompt, Adopted
by Both Bm-A1m a BiH Creating
an Extra Ih. Admiral U the 1..vt
the tlnderatandlns; Bains; Must to. Sank
U to be Bestowed Cpon Dewer.
"VVAsniseroK, May 9. The president
'sent the following message to con
gress: TO THE OOMOHESS OF THE U JUTTED STATIS
On the 24th of April I directed the secretary ol
the navy to telegraph orders to Commodore
George Dewey, of the United States-navy, com
manding the Asiatic squadron, ihenlyiDK in the
port of Uottf Kong, to proceed forthwith to the
Philippine jklunds. there to commence opera
tions and enjnwe the Spanish fleet.
Promptly obeying that order, the United
States squadron, oonsistiur of the flagship
Olympia, llaitimore, Raleigh, Boston. Concord
and Peuvd, with the revenue cuuer McC.'ulloch
as an auxiliary dispatch boot, entered the har
bor of Manila at daybreak on the lirst of May,
and immiiiately engaged the entire Spanish
Beet of 11 ships, which were under the pro
tection f the lire of the land forts.
After a stubborn fietat, in which the
enemy suflereU great loss, their vessels were
destroyed or completely disabled and the water
battery a. Cavite silenced. Of our brave olu
eers and men not one was lost, and only eijrht
injured, und those i.!ii.'htly. .All of our ships
escaped iiny serious damatre.
By lite, fuurtn ef May Commodore Dewey had
taken possession of tiie naval station at Ca
vite, destroying the fortiUcations tliere and at
the enLrunoe of the bay, and paroling their gar
risons. 3'he waters of the bay are under his
complete control. lie has establisaed hospitals
within tie American lines, whre of the
Spanish sick and wounded are assisted and pro
tected. Tue magnitude of this victory can hardly be
measured by tue ordinary standards of naval
warfare. Outweighing nay material advan
tage Is the moral effect of Uiis initial succe-ts.
At thw unsurpassed achievement the (treat
heart W.our nation throbs, not with boastinjr
or with freed of contest, but with deep
gratitude that this triumph has come
in a just cause. and that, by the
(.'race of God, un elective step has thus
been talientowardihealtainiiientof lhewishe-1-fur
peaoe. To those whose skill. courage and
devotioc have won the flyht, to lUe pallant com
mands jind the brave officers and men wbo
aided him, our country owes an incalculable
Feclinc as our people feel, and speaking in
their name, Xat once sent a message to Com
modore leeway, thanking him and his officers
and men for their splendid auhievement and
ovcrwhein-ing victory, and informing bim that
I had appointed him an acting rear admiral.
I now recommend that, following our national
precedents, .and expressing the .fervent grati
tude of every patriotic heart, the thanks of con
press be given Acting Rear-Admiral Dewey of
the United States navy for highly distinguished
conduct in conflict with the enemy, and to thq
officers and moa under his con mandor their
irallantry in the destruction of the enemy's
fleet and the capture of the enemy's fortiUca
tions in the bay of Manila.
Executive Mansion, May 9. NKI8.
Resolution of Thanks Introduced and
Adopted In Congress.
Vasuinotos, May 9. Senator Hale
and Representative lioutelle, chairmen
respectively of the senate and bouse
committees on naval affairs, were
called to the White House during
the cabinet cession to consider
the resolution of thanks recommend
ed in the president's message. The
spent but a few minutes, and the two
chairmen subsequently met at the
capitol and decided upon the form ol
legislation for making' Commodore
Dewey a rear-admiral, to be introduced ,
The congressional resolution is as
Joint resolution, tendering the thanks of
congress to Commodore George Dewey, U. S.
X., and to the officers and men of the squad
ron under his command. I
Jlaoirtd, By the senate and the house of rep
resentatives of the United States of America,
in congress assembled, that, in pursuance of
the recommendation of the president, made in
accordance with the provisions of section 1506
of the revised statutes, the thanks of congress
and of the American peop e are hereby
tendered to Commodore George Dewey, U. S.
commander-in-chief of the Asiatic station,
for highly distinguished conduct in conflict
with luc enemy a displayed by him in the de
struction of the Spanish licet and batteries in
the harbor of Manila, Philippine islands. May
SBC. 2. Tbat the thanks of congress and ol
the American people are hereby extended,
through Commodore Dewey, to the officers and
men unlcr his command, for the gallantry an J
kill exhibited by them on that occasion.
MiO. 3. Be it further resolved, that the pres
ident of the United States be reqested to cause
this resolution to be communicated to Commo
dore Dewey, and tnrougu him to the officers and
men under his command.
The above resolutions were adopted
bv both houses without a dissenting
Both houses also passed a bill creat
ing an additional rear admiral in the
navy, the understanding being that the
rank was to be bestowed upon Acting
liear-Admiral George Dewey.
Fatal Bicycle Collision.
TacomA, Wash., May 10 Saturday
afternoon, while returning from Edi
son with a bicycle party. Secretary C.
W. Mock, of the Tacoma school board,
was run into by an unknown woman,
and both parties were thrown from
their wheels. Mr. Mock was uncon
scious when picked up, and soon died.
The woman mounted her wheel and
Shot thw Widow and Himself.
Soitth Bend, Ind., May 10. Frank
Harrington, Monday, fatally shot Mrs
Mahlert, a widow with whom h
boarded, because she refused to marry
bim. He then blew out his own brains.
California's Quota Fall.
Sax Fbascisco, May 10. California's
quota of volunteers is now in San
Francisco. Two battalions of infantry
and one battery of artillery arrived
from the interior of the state yesterday
making up the complement of troops
to be mobilized with the regular army
at the Presidio for service at the Phil
ippines. These troops are now beiny
examined by the medical board and
will probably be mustered in to-day.
In addition- to the state troops, four
companies of the Fourteenth United
States infantry arrived from Vancouver
Chickamauga Park Being Rapidly
Deserted by the Troops of the
ALL HEADED FOR TAMPA AND MOBILE.
Bootine ef Camp Life Suspended and AU
Time aad Attention Given to Prepara
tion for Departure Busy Times Load
ing the Transport Vessels at Tampa
Chattajjooga, Tenn., May 11. Camp
George II. Thomas, at Chickamauga
park, is rapidly undergoing demoli
tion. At daybreak the work of break
ing camp was begun by a -number of
the regiments, and in few hours
thereafter, places which hare been cov
ered with white tents for some time,
wcreagain vacant and deserted. Officers
and men of all regiments now remain
ing are giving their time and attention
to the preparations for departure, and
tfc regular routine of camp life has
been entirely suspended. The first
troops out were those of the Third cav
alry. They were loaded on special
tr-ains at Kossville about nine o'clock,
and started through to Tampa over
the Southern railway. The Sixth
cavalry got out a few hours
later, going to Tampa over the
s.auie route. The two regi
ments are under the command of Gen.
S. S. Sumner. The Second cavalry, un
der Col. Hunt, will probably set out for
Mobile later in the day, und the First
und Tenth cavalry, under Col. Bald
win, will leave about the same time for
Xew Orleans. Two t the infantry
regiments will march nine miles to
liinggold and take tars for Tampa
Thursday morning. The three re
uiiiiiiing will fu'luw as rap
idly as possible The indications
sire now that all the .commands with
their equipments will be gout; before
noou. The contract for conveying the
troops to Tampa has been divided be
tween the Southern and Western it At
lantic. The Southern will carry all
destined f.r Xew Orleans and Mobile.
The railroads are deing excellent
wwrk, and are giving thelliciats every
assistance in rushing the troops out.
BUSY TIMES AT svEI WEST.
Loading the Transport with Munitioni
for the Cuban Campaign.
Tampa, Fla., Mav 1L -Everything
possible is being done to facilitate the
work of loading the transports at Port
Tampa with ammunition and supplies
for the expedition. AU Tuesday night
and all day hundreds of men were kept
busy unloading the war material from
the freight cars and carefully
stowing it away. This part -of the
work will be practically concluded by
Thursday night, and the ships now in
the slip will drop anchor in the bay to
make room for other transports. The
Orizaba is expected up from quarantine
Thursday. This is one of the largest
transports engaged by the government,
and will be used for carrying infantry.
A number of Hotchkiss quick-firing;
and Gatling gnns have been loaded on
the Florida. The big siege guns, four
of which have arrived here, have not
yet been unloaded from the cars. They
will be loaded on some of the larger
vessels, probably the Alamo or Ori
zaba. Lieut. J. D. Miley, of Gen. Shatter's
staff, who was sent to Washington
Saturday with the reports of Capt.
Dorst and Lieut. -CoL Lawton and the
plans for the Cuban campaign, has re
turned, bearing with him a big bun
dle of maps and documents, aud
immediately reported to Gen. Shaf
fer. It is now believed that tho
two Cuban regiments will accompany
the regular troops to Cuba. They hava
all been armed with Springfield rifles,
and, under almost incessant drilling,
are rapidly being pounded into shape.
Both Regulars and Volunteer at New Or.
leans on Tenter Hooks
Xew Cki.eaxs, May 11. Oilicers at
the fair grounds of both the regular
aud volunteer forces are waiting anx
iously for some news conflmatory ol
the press dispatches intimating that
troops are to be sent to Cuba very
shortly. If any orders have been re
ceived, however, they have not yet
been given out.
The work of mustering the Louisiana
guards is progressing rapidly, and their
regiment of volunteers is also steadily
being increased in numbers. The
announcement that Iowa, Illinois
and Indiana troops have been or
dered to Xew Orleans has stirred
the officers at the fair grounds to ac
tivity. Looking for Republican Italy.
Paris, May 12. The correspondents
in Rome of the newspapers of this city
all affirm a revolution in Italy is im
minent, and that the popular rising
throughout the country will not long
be delayed. The news causes great sat
isfaction here, where a republican Italy
is regarded as a natural friend oi
France and as an enemy of the drei
bund. The Work of a Madrid Slob.
London, May 12. A special dispatch
from Madrid says a mob burned a huge
warehouse there. The structure is re
ported to be a total loss.
SPANISH WANT SOME MORE.
Thay Do Not Propose to Allow Dewey U
Rest Cpon His Laurels Won
at Manila Bay.
London, May 12. Special dispatches
from Madrid say it is officially declared
that the government of Spain has no
intention of allowing Eear-Admirai
Dewey to rest upon his laurels. About
40.000 men of the reserves of the Span
ish army hava been ordered to rejoin
the colors and itis added that a form!''
able expedition is being organized fo
dispatch to the Philippine islands.
A CHiK UL WOflLAN.
From the Democrat, Brazil, Ind.
Every woman cannot be beautiful, but a
cheerful face often supplies the deficiency.
But no one can be cheerful and bring jov to
others unless they have perfect health. For
tunately, science has placed this priceless
boon within the reach of every woman as
the following incident proves:
Mrs. Amanda Kobinson, wife of William
Robinson, fanner and stockman, near
Howesville, Clay County, Ind., is thirty
two years old and had for several years been
in declining health and despondent. For
three months she was not only unable to.
attend to her domestic duties, but too feeble
to be up and about. To-day she is in good
health and able to attend to her household
affairs. She relates her experience as fol
lows: "I was afflicted with female troubles and
was in a delicate state of health. I lost my
appetite, grew thin and was greatly de
pressed. After taking various remedies
without beine benefited I was induced by a
triend to try UT- n imams 1'ink nils.
ta r 1 y in
1897 I pro
boxes of them
second box. Y'V''f "7. . I
prove and by
the time I had
taken the live
boxes I was
able to eo
a. b o u t in v A Prierte Bonn
uetial work and stopped takinc the pills.
"Our daughter Anna, twelve years old.
was also amicted with decliee and debility.
She lost Hesh, seemed to be bloodless and
had no ambition. She took two boxesof the
pills tnd they restored her .appetite, aided
(lisostion and brought coler to her ehee!;s.
She is now in the bet of health. I think
Dr. Williams' Pink Tills fw Pale People the
best medicine we ever had in our faintly and
recommend them to all needing a remedy lur
toning up and rebuilding a shattered sys
tem.'' No discovery of mod times has proved
m il a blessinR to women as Dr. Williams'
Pink Pills for Pale People. They restore
.I'.ieimth and health to exhausted women
when every effort of trie physician proves
unavailing. These vegetable pills are every
where recognized as a speeilie fur disease!
of the llood and nerves.
SOME RECENT DECISIONS.
Th i ju.-ninit ft rlot f'fMT T -f roin n cl pi-
a u. n7.u v -a . j a i vua J a
i railway to the injury of a horse on the
I street is held, in Trenton Pass. K. Co. vs.
. Cooper (X. J.) 3S I.. U. A. C37, to be pre
' sumptixe proof of negligence in the op
! era t ion of the railway,
j An order to compel a .woman to sup
port her husband out of her separate
property, under the California statute.
ts held,ii Livingston vs. -superior court
(Cal.), Sr" L. IL A. 175, to.be wilhin the
power of .a court of equity, since the
legal remedy, if any, is inadequate.
A provision of nn insurance policy
against any change in the title, interest
or possession of the property by sale,
transfer or .conveyance is held, in Sun
Fire office of London vs. Clark (O.) 33
L. C A. 5G2, to be inapplicable to the
making of a mortgage on the property.
One who leans against a railing of a
platform connected with a grain ele
vator is held, in Kinney vs. Ousted
(Mich.) 38 LE.A. CG5, to have o right
of action for injuries caused by the
breaking of the railing, as he was put
ting it to a use for which it was not in
tended. An injunction to restrain the diver
sion of water from a mill dam is held,
in Scott vs. Jefferson (Mich.), 38 L. R.
A. 355, to be maintainable, although the
Injury from the diversion may be trivial
compared with that suffered by the
persona who are prevented from mak
ing the diversion.
Putting up a small amount against a
larger amount to be forfeited upon fail
ure to put up the balance agreed on to
complete the bet is held, in Hich vs. state
(Tex.), 33 L. II. A. 719, insufficient to
constitnte a bet within the meaning of
a statute against betting on elections.
Ginger Tea. Half a teappoonful of
extract of ginger, one teaspoonful of
sugar and half a glass of boiling water.
Hot Lemonade. Remove the juice
from one lemon, mix with it one table
spoonful of sugar, and leaving the sil
ver spoon in the glass to prevent break
ing, fill the glass with boiling water.
Apple Toddy. Two wine glasses of
"apple jack," one tablespocnful of
white sugar, half a baked apple. Add
boiling water and nutmeg. This drink
ought never be made with a suspicion
Strawberry Sherbet. Over one quart
of Etrawberry sirup pour one quart of
boiling water, add the juice of twa
lemons and tables poonful of rosewater.
Half fill a glass with cracked ice; pour
over the sherbet.
Russian Tea. To one quart of cold
tea add the juice of two large lemons;
pour into glasses supplied with cracked
ice and sugar to taste. This is a very .
cooling drink for hot weather and sat
isfies the thirst as few cold drinks do.
Tamarind Water. rour a pint of
boiling water on one-quarter of a pound
of preserved tamarinds; allow it to
stand for half an hour, keeping quite
hot; then strain off the water. It can
be served hot or allowed to cool and
served with cracked ice. In either case
It is a refreshing and wholesome drink
for the sickroom.
CHEWING THE WAR RAG.
A popular diversion Chewing' the
Discretion is not cowardice, neither
Is blatant volubility courage. Ram's
The man who thought the war would
be over by this time has concluded to
Business is "extra good, thank you,"
said the steenth edition to its dead and
"How did you get your boy out of the
notion of going to war?" "I told him
to go, by all means it would save me
the necessity of buying a wheel. I'd
use his." Chicago Tribune.
A Sagasta Soliloquy.
"I cannot do lesa than come forth and
That it brings me dismay far from slight
To engage ail at once in a number of wars.
And a local political flg-ht,"
There la Somethlna la the Bona
Which Warrants the Queer
"I didn't know whnt it wan when I was
invited," said Mr. Krastus Pinkley, "an I
didn't know whut it was while I was dar.
But now dat I s done got away an' nab a
chance ter fink it ovuh, I knows whut it
is: I does foh sho"
"Whut is yon talkin' "bout?" inquired hi
"f's talkin' "bout education; dat's whnt I
is. De reason mo' people doesn't show sense
is because dey doesn t stop n' give dey
an s n rains a pump er two so s ter expian-
ify foh dahs'fs, stid o' askin' questions."
"You wah talkin' 'bout bein' some
"Yassir. I was to a symposium.''
"Dar you is; dar you is. Da's jes' whut
I bin talkin' 'bout. You wouldn't nse voh
min' an' make de skiwery foh yohse'f.
I You gotter ax somebody."
iJoes you know whut it means:
"Go'se I do. An' I didn" ax nobody
neither. Now I'll show yer jes' how it s
done; Til give yer some facts ter wuck
on so you kin draw yoh own conclusions. It
cost 25 cents to git inter de place; blackberry
an' gin cos' 15 cents er drink, an' if you took
a ladv out to supper yon couldn't git er pig's
foot foh less'n ten cents. Now, whut does
yon call dat?"
"Da's er er wha d'you say you been
'It's a svmposium.
"AVhut do dat mean?
"It means dat when you goes to one w
dsm de natural fo'gone conclusion is dat
Ju gits sym posed on." Washington Star.
Bad Pay suad Hard Work.
The had pay aad hard work of trained
curses has olten been made the subject ot
benevolent remonstrance by eminent nedi
ctil men and nonprofessional philanthropists.
It is well for an invalid, before begets sm bad
as to need a nurse or doctor, to use JJstet
ter's Stomach Hitters if he has chills and
fever, constipation, rheumatism, dyspepsia
I and nervousness. L'se it regularly."
A Antornl Effeet.
"I'm a good SeaI stuck on those jpwels
Mrs. Bongnons is wearing to-night." "1
don't wonder at it. Everybody says they
are paste." Cleveland Plain Dealer.
When Dr. Hayes, Buffalo, X. Y., an
nounced nearly twenty years ago, that he
could cure Asthma so that the sulferer
would siav cured, few believed him. for thev
! doubted the petananency of t be curies which
; he established. For many yearn Dr.
Hayes has been issuing annually hie "Thesis
with Reports of Cases," each recurring sea
j son strengthening his position; and it is a
I remarkable fact lhat many of the lirst cases
I reported are still represented in his book,
I for they have stayed cured some dor nine
! teen years, some for sixteen or mrere years,
:' others for twelve, ten, eight and six years.
' The names and aodresses of the patients are
' given in full, so that anyone who now doubts
may consult the former sufferers freely. Dr.
i 3 1 ayes' practice sjow extends not only to
i jreat Britain and the continent of Europe.
' r . . t 1 . . 1 " x- ' i l
t -nut to jnma, Autaraua, -ew .uhku auu
-outh Africa as -veil. Each patient is
treated individualhr by separate prescrip
tions varied from time to time as frequent
eorrespondenee shows is needed and in this
way success is attained in even tne most
difficult and obstinale cases. Any sufferer
or person interested can obtain the latest
edition of Dr. Have book on application
en a postal addressed to him at Buffalo.
The idea of holding that woman is not
amply f.tted to enter jpablic life!" she ex
claimed. "What is there of more value to
one ib puouc me tnon tne art ot extem
poraneous speaking, and when it comes to
Htltlu zwCt art omt-mn noniiclr '
"My dear," he interrupted, for only the
nicrlit lTir. liadaj f ; 1...1 n I, : 1
-- 'Pi " - ... .... m mwa laucu WH uuilic 11 1 1 L 1 1
late, and the memory of what happened was
etill froaf, u-itl, l,!m "i,,- 11
taken. When it comes to speaking extem
poraneonsly man is really only a base imita
tion." Chicago Post.
Deafness Cannot Be Cared
by local applications, as thev cannot reach
the diseased portion of the ear. There is
only one way to cure deafness, and that is
by constitutional remedies. Jjeatness u
caused by an inflamed condition of the mu
cous lining of the Eustachian Tube. When
this tube gets inflamed you have a rumbling
sound or imperfect hearing, and when it is
entirely closed deafness is the result, and
unless the inflammation can be taken out
and this tube restored to its normal con
dition, hearing will be destroyed forever;
nine cases of of ten are caused by catarrh,
which is nothing but an inflamed condition
of the mucous surfaces.
We will give One Hundred Dollars for any
case of Deafness (caused by catarrh that
rannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure,
bend for circulars, free.
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, 0.
Sold by Druggists, 75c.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
She Was Surprised.
Mrs. Huntley It must have been very an
noviug to have had to appear in court.
What did you do when they asked you to
give your age?
Mrs. Dustleigh Why, I gave it, of course,
"My goodness! And didn't they fine you
for contempt?" Chicago Evening Xews.
Many People Cannot Drink
coffee at night. It spoils their sleep. You
can drink Grain-O when you please and sleep
like a top. For (irain-O does not stimulate;
it nourishes, cheers and feeds. Yet it looks
and tastes like the best coffee. For nervous
persons, young people and children Grain-O
is the perfect drink. Made from pure
grains. Get a package from your grocer to
day. Try it in place of coffee. 15 and 25c.
When a firm, decisive spirit is recognized,
it is curious to see bow the space clears
around a man and leaves him room and free
dom. John Foster.
Shake Into Your Shoes
Allen's Foot-Ease, a powder for the feet.
It cures painful, swollen, nervous, smarting
feet and instantly takes the sting out of
corns and bunions. It's the greatest comfort
discovery of the age. Allen 'sFoot-Easemakes
tight or new shoes feel easy. It is a certain
cure for sweating, callous and hot. tired, ach
ing feat Try it to-day. Sold by all dnigrists
and shoe stores, 25c. Trial package FREE.
Address Allen S. Olmsted, Le Roy, N. Y.
kr new EsfPiUS LIKE S.SOO too steamers
"Ohio."" Pennsylvania." -Illinois," "Inlln.
"Conemamth." Speciallr fitted with steam beat,
electric lights and all modern Improvements.
SEATTLE TO ST. MICHAEL.
appointed to sail abont Jone IS. 21 if. July ll 20. 17.
These la-ge ocean steamers, so well known in too
transatlantic business. In connection witbour own
Beet of 18 Mew Vessels for tbe l skm River
traffic furnish by far tbe best route to ltawaaa
Cltjr sod all otber Yokes Kiver points.
"ALL WATER ROUTE."
REMEMBER that this line enables paseenrwrs to
reach tbe heart of tbe Oold Flelde wltbout endur
ing tbe hardships, exposure, severe toil and danger
to life and property encountered on the Overland
routes. Apply to
EMPIRE TRAXSPORTATIOR CO.,
N7 First Ave.. SEATTLE, WASH., srte
INTERNATIONAL NAVIGATION COMPANY.
14S Vm Smile street. CHICAeo. ILL.
srskeir tfsats lata United States er Canada.
t Conch Syrun. Tastes floed. Use I
In time. aoM by dnmtlita.
is the name to remember when buying Sarsaparilla. Dr.
Ayer's Sarsaparilla has been curing people right along for
nearly 50 years. That's why it is acknowledged to be the
Bovereign Sarsaparilla. It is the original and the standard.
The record of the remedy is without a rival, a record that
is written in the blood of thousands, purified by its healing
"I nuned a lady who Wat Buffering from Wood poisoning and must
lave contracted the disease from her ; for I had four lirgs sores, or ulcers,
break out on my person. I doctored for a Umg tune, both by external
application and with various blood medicines ; bat in spite of all that I
could do, tbe sores would sot heal At last I purchased six bottles of
Ayer's Sarsaparilla, thinking I would give it a thorough trial. Before the
six bottles bad been taken, the ulcers were healed, the skin sound and
natural, and my health better than it bad been for years. I bare been
well ever si see. I had rather have one bottle of Dr. J. C Ayer's Sarsapa
rilla than three of any other kind." Mrs. A. F. Taylor, Englevale, N. Dak.
Get Ayer's Sarsaparilla.
There nerrr was a day that did not bring
its own opportunity for doing good, that
never could have liecn done before, and never
can be agcin. W. II. Burleigh.
Faat Time to Colorado.
A new through Sleeping Car line between
St. Louis and Colorado prinKs will be estab-
lMied over the Y abasli-hxick Island short
Line, May 15th, 1898. Tfce time will be the
fastest made with through service between
these two points bv manv hours. A through
Slee per will leave St. Louis on Wabash train
Xo. 3, at 9.20 a. in., arriving at Colorado
murines tr.e next morning at 11.00. with adi
net connection for Denver, arriving at 1L39
a. m. lliis is tne fastest regular turoaeb
service ever established between St. Louis
and Colorado. Keturnin?, the Sleeper will
leave Colorado Springs at 2A5 p. m., and ar
rive at St. Louis the next evening at 6.15.
Patroxs of this line will avoid the only un
pleasant feature heretofore attendant on Col
orado travel, inasmuch ax the trip through
Missouri's fertile fields will now be bv day
light, and the unattractive portion of Kansas
will be traversed during the night, with the
moantaix scenery to greet the tourists in the
The fast time of this line will naturally
commend the Wabash Route to intending
Particulars will be gladly furnished on ap
plication. C. S. CHASTE. G. P. & T. A St Louis.
If we were asked to define repartee most
of us would say that it was the brilliant
th'ng we thought of saying when the occa
siri for ravrng it had slipped away from us.
To Care m Cold In One Dar
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All
druggists refund money it it fails tocure. 25c.
A fellow is never so anxious to work as
when he isn't able Washington Democrat.
Piso's Cure is a wonderful Cough medi-c-ne.
Mrs. W. Pickert, Van Siclen and
Blake Aves., Brooklyn, N. Y, Oct. 28, 94.
Too much business finallv becomes as bad
as not enough. Atchison Globe.
THE DAWN OF
Earnest Words From Mrs. Pink-hum
and a Letter From Mrs. Dunmore, of Bomervilla, Mass.
The advent of womanhood is fraught with dangers which even careful
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Vegetable Compound. I had inflammation of the womb, a bearing-down pain,
and the whites very badly. The pain was so intense that I could not sleep at
night. I took Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound for a few months,
and am now all right. Before that I took morphine pills for my pains; that was
a great mistake, for the relief was only momentary and the effect vile. I am
so thankful to be relieved of my sufferings, for the pains I had were something
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The man who goes fishing and sits in a
cramped, uninviting position all day and
calls it fun is the chap who never goes to
church because the pews are uncomfortable
Chicago Daily News.
X Cheap Farm and a Good 0mr.
Do you want a good farm, where you caa
work outdoors in your shirt sleeves for ten -months
in the year, and where your stock
can forage for itself all the year round? If
m, write to P. Sid Jones, Passenger Agen
Birmingham, Ala., or Dr. R. B. Craw lord.
Traveling Passenger Agent, 8 Rookery
Building, Chicago, 111.
Do you want to go down and look at some
U the (harden Spots of this country? Tha
Louisville & Nashville Railroad providestbe
way and the opportunity on tne first and.
third Tuesday of each month, with excur
sions at only two dollars over one fare, for
round trip tickets. Write Mr. C. P! At- -more,
General Passenger Agent, Louisville, ,
Ky, for particulars.
Do yon want to read about them before -going?
Then send ten cents in silver or -postage
stamps for a copy of "Gardes .
Spots ' to Mr. Atmore.
A Round of Pleaaore.
PeVle TTow would you like to enjoy scene -tnrr
Bettie Oh. I have, you know. Will and '
I enioyed one last summer, on his tandomv-
Experienced Mothers and Nurses of our"
large cities do not now dread the teething
period of children since they can give
nr. MoJ)ctt'$ Teetdsix (Tictlnnj Fliwdcrs.)
Teetuixa Aids Digestion, Regulates the
bowels and makes teething easy and not a
psrc-ei of suffering and dread.
The pulling of a sound tooth tries thsr
aeoustics of the dental chamber. Chicago
Fits stopped free and permanently cured.
No fits after first day's use of Dr. Kline's
Great Nerve Restorer. Free $2 trial bottle at
treatise. Dr. Kline. 933 Arch St., Phils,, Pa.
Marriage is a failure only to soured peopls
who cannot find m.rrvintr malM .N A.
to Mothers Who Hava Daughters
mothers too often neglect.
One of the dangers to a young woman is Delated
menstruation. " The lily droops on its stem and dies
before its beauty is unfolded;" or she may have en
tered into the perfection of womanhood
with little apparent inconvenience or
disorder of health. But suddenly the
Mother, puberic malady is taking
consumption nay follow! Take in
stant steps to produce regular men
struation. Lydia . Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound is certain to assist nature to per
form her regular duties, procure it at
once; there are volumes of testimony from
grateful mothers who have had their
daughters' health restored by its use.
If personal advice is desired, write
quickly to Mrs. Pinkham, at Lynn, Mass.
It will be given yon without charge, and
it will be the advice of abundant experi
ence and success.
Read the following from Mrs. Chari.es
Dunmore, 103 Fremont St., Winter Hill,
" I was in pain day and night; my doctor
did not seem to help me. I could not seem to
find any relief until I took Lydia E. Pinkham's
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