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"Every morning I have a
bad taste in my mouth; my
tongue is coated; my head
aches and I often feel dizzy.
I have no appetite for breakfast
and what food I eat distresses
me. I have a heavy feeling in
my stomach. I am getting so
weak that sometimes 1 tremble
and my nerves are all unstrung.
I am getting pale and thin. I
am as tired in the morning as
What does your doctor say?
" You are suffering from im
What is bis remedy?
You must not have consti
pated bowels if you expect the
Sarsaparilla to do its best work.
But Ayer's Pills cure constipa
We have a book on Paleness
and Weakness which you may
have for the asking.
Wrlta lo our Doctor.
Prhspl ynu would liko to csnnnlt
eminent plivsiclans about your contll.
tloa. Vrlte'u freely all the particulars
In your esse. You will receive a prompt
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q STRONG POINTS
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It destroys the Microbes and
Germs within the Bluod, free
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circulation, thus acting direct
ly upon the diseased conditions
and upon the fundamental and
controlling organs of the body,
and removing all morbid and
MICRO GERMI will quickly
cure Eczema, Salt Rheum,
Erysipelas, Ulsers, Varicose
Veins, Tumors, Tetter, Sores,
Boils, Pimples and all scrofu
lous conditions. It will destroy
the germs, dispel the humors
and purify the blood as no
PRICE ONE DOLLAR
TOM FURTHER TACTS ABDIIKm
The MODERN REMEDY CO.
Sold by all DruecLsts
1000s of UNSOLICITED TESTIMONIALS SAY
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And good enough or you. There is more oi
Carter's Ink used by the U. S. Government than
of all oihrr makes put together. It costs you no
snore than the poorest ask for it.
Funny booklet" How to Make Ink Pictures "free.
CARTER'S INK CO., Boston, Mass.
BCADBZS OF THIS PAPER
DBSIBINO TO BUT ANYTHING
ADTERTI9ZD IN ITS COLUMNS
SHOULD INSIST UPON HAVING
WHAT THBT ASK FOR. REFUSING
ALL SUBSTITUTES OR IMITATIONS.
Meat smoked In a few boors with
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IK 11 Bill
An Abortive Attempt by the Fili
pinos to Recapture the Ma
nila Water Works.
IMPORTANT NEWS IS EXPECTED SOON.
Ben. Otis Said to !! His Plans Perfect
ed for a Ueneral Forward 31 ove-ment
as Soon as the Best of Ills Kelnforce.
meats Arrive The Total Force of ths
New York, March 7. A dispatch
from Manila, dated nt 10 a. in., and
printed in the Journal, reports that
the5 Filipinos made an attempt to cap
ture the waterworks, six miles from
Manila. The attack was repulsed with
a loss to the rebels of IT killed and
many wounded. The Second Oregon
anil the First Nebraska regiment were
engaged. Two Americans were wound
ed. Preparing for an Offensive Move.
Washington, March 7. There it
some reason to expect important news
from Manila within the next fortnight.
ii nas ticvcjopcii uiai ..en.
practically completed Ins plans lor a,
grand onslaught on the insurgents,
which is expected to deprive them of
offensive power at least. It is probable
that he will form a large part of his
force into columns, as soon as his rein
forcements are all at hand, and will
push these in parallel lines straight
through the jungles, clearing out the j
insurgents in every direction as the
troops move forward. The American
troops are getting restless and nervous
under the petty but annoying sharp
shooting of the Filipinos and are so
anxious to put a stop to this that Gen.
Otis has yielded to their desire.
Strength of the Philippine Conl ingent.
Washington. March 7. Forty-one
thousand ollicers and men of the com
bined army and navy forces comprise
ipproximate total American !
strength, now at, en route and under j
orders for service at the Philippines.
No further reinforcements are now in
contemplation. The forces of the two
services already stationed in and about
the archipelago consists of MO regi
ments of infantry. 1 engineer battal
ion, 7 troops of cavalry and 11 bater
ies of artillery, an aggregate of about
"4. ."00 men. Nineteen vessels, with an
agETcgatc of "!i7 ollicers, -.il'.io men
and marines, make up the naval
contingent. This is exclusive of the
transport Solace, with 1"2 ollicers am!
men all told, which is constantly pass
ing back and forth from Manila. There
are about 4,S!)0 army reinforcements
on the way to Manila, making as rap- j
id progress as possible, and there are,
roughly estimated. 7..MHI mi !i in the '
force under orders to proceed to the ;
AMBUSHED BY THE FILIPINOS.
Tho Americans 1I;tc Two Men Wounded,
liut Hold Their Own-Thirty of
the Insurgent Killed.
j Manila. March 7. The rebels have
j Ih-cii concentrating in the vicinity ol
the reservoir. Yesterday a patrol of
Co. i. Second Oregon volunteers, was
', taken in ambush. Two men were
j wounded, but the Oregons held their
j ground under a heavy fire until the
i remainder of the company, assisted by
two companies of the First Nebraska
regiment. Hanked the enemy, killing ?,()
and wounding several more.
Two battalions of the Twentieth
regular infantry have reinforced (ion.
All the native huts have been de
stroyed at Mariquina, and the country
there is pretty well cleared, but the
rebels were returning in small bodies
Apparently they have secured a new
supply of smokeless ammunition re
cently, as there has been a noticeable
I difference during the last few days.
l lie village oi 1'ena 1-rancia. near
raco, has been burned by the Filipinc
SMALLPOX CASES IN MANILA.
Everything Has Itren Done that It la Pos
sible to Do to Prevent the Spread
of the Disease.
Washington, March 7. With refer
ence to the number of deaths from
varioloid, or smallpox, mentioned in
Clen. Otis' weekly mortality report
made public yesterday, Surgeon-General
Sternberg; said that there would
be no additional precautions taken in
connection with the spread of the dis
ease. Kverything possible has been
done and every preventive measure
taken. The troops at Manila have been
vaecinated and each regiment thor
oughly searched for persons who have
not taken advantage of this guard
against smallpox. In one instance a
regiment was canvassed four times in
order that every one should be vacci
nated. When a caseappears the patient
is at once isolated and proper meas
ures taken to effect a cure and prevent
the contagion from spreading.
The Committee of Eleven.
Washington, March 7. The commit
tee of 11 members appointed by the
republican caucus of the house of rep
resentatives to prepare a financial
measure for the next session of con
gress held a preliminary meeting yes
terday in the room of the house com
mittee on judiciary. The especial pur
pose of yesterday's meeting was to de
cide upon a time and place when and
at which the work shall lie begun. All
the members were present, as was also
some of the republican members of the
senate committee on finance. There
t as a jreneral discussion.
AMERICA WILL BIDE HER TIME
Will Not Seek an "Open Door" Cntil the
Kxlceocles or Her Oriental Trade
Washing-ton, March 7. The United
States government has remained abso
lutely passive throughout the execu
tion of the Italian project to secure an
"open door" on the Chinese coast
through the acquisition of San Mun
b:.y and outlying islands. Some days
ago United States Minister Conger, at
l'ekin, acquainted the state depart
ment with the fact that Italy had pre
f rred a request upon China for lease
of the spot selected, but he has made
no report since, and it is not known
officially whether the Italian forces
have been landed at San Mun.
One of the highest authorities, says:
"The I'nited States will not take any
steps in regard to the Italian demand
for Chinese territory."
In other words, our government re
sisting, from motives of broad policy,
iilhiiiiig intimations from others pow
ers that the time is ripe for a raid by
the I'nited States on some part of the
Chinese coast line, has determined rev
erently to keep hands olT.
Mr. Conger has reported that IVkin
1 as been usually quiet during the past
The Chinese minister failed at the
state department yesterday, and had a
l.0ft.r,.Iu.e with S,fretarv Hav
Th(,ru js a mass ((f illfol.m.ltioll
' hand in both the navy and state de
I pertinents relathe to the encroach
ment of foreign jxwers on the Chinese
toast, but it is in such shape that a
concise statement of the situation is
iliiiirnli to :itt:iiti. The fact is. how-
.. . .. . ,.,.,,..-,: of available
1'orts along ihe coast has trone to such
lengths that the majority of the de
sirable harbors, both in value as road
steads and forcomiuunicniion with the
interior, are in the hands of foreign
governments. With F.ngland in posses
sion of Wei llai Wei. the Kussians at
I'ort Arthur, the French at Anam and
Tonquin. the Germans holding Kiao
(hail, and with the additional ports of.
Hong Kong and Singapore in the hands
of the Kmrlish. there is verv little left
' ,,,, AV!,.V "f h'sirnblc ports on the
Shanghai is nominally in control of
the Chinese government, but really it
is controlled bv the various treatv na-
lions, all of whom have Milvantages in
their oi'cupa! ion over the Chinese gov
' ernnieut itself.
At Shanghai the I'nited States has
its only direct interest in Chinese hold
I inir. beiriL1 one of the tr.-aty powers
i and It :i i ii lt a distinctly American con
i Of the larger pons remaii
1 are Swato, l'oo Chow and
i which ;.re reallv in control of the Chin
: cse roeri!iiiciit.
I There is a large and dc-irahle area
in the gulf of Pe Chi l.i. on the north
ern oast, in which recent Asiatic dis
pntches intinial" the l eitid States
may have an interest if the disinem
bi rnu nt of China is ulttmatclv cfi'eet-
.-.!. This is very landlocked, however.
ami its narrow entrance is wholly com
manded by Port Arthur on one side
and by Wei llai Wei on the other. The
authorized disclaimer given out yes
terday, however, of any purpose on
the p:.rt of the tinted States to ac
quire territory in that or any other
portion of China, makes this consider
ation of little moment.
GOOD CAUSE FOR UNEASINESS.
Kuropean Keoiinnitsta lreal the Knrronrh
ments of American Kspnrts All llu
ropean Coalition Suggested.
Washington. March 7. - An example
of Kuropean economic hostility to the
l"nitel States is furnished in a report
to the state department by Consul
'.aher. from Kelil, Austria. The re
port reviews : lecture of lr. Alexan
der I'ccz. a Vienneseaiithority on polit
ical economy. Dr. I'ccz. in calling at
tention to American commercial com
petition, assumes, for one thing. Ihat
"the I'nited States has taken Cuba and
intends to have the enormous quanti
ty of sugar it needs supplied by the
home product, and that grown in
Cuba." Further he calls attention to
the fact that "the I'nited States makes
the enlargement of its balance of trade
the fundamental principle of its com
mercial policy, and in this its govern
"ini'iit acts with great, boldness."
He says that. America already ex
ports to Kurope goods valued at $1,
(10.000,0011, against which they im
port only about. $t'i00.ooo.ono. At this
rate, )r. I'eez says, they w ill lie a most
threatening factor in the commercial
life of Kurope when, in seven years, as
he calculates, they will have estab
lished their sugarproductionon a basis
to rob Kurope of all itsAmcrican sugar
The lecture cites numerous other in
stances of American encroachment in
paper, iron, cottonseed, oil and leath
er, concluding that the countries of
Kurope in the near future will have to
form a coalition to protect themselves
against "outside competition."
Consul linhcr says that "Similar sen
timents are frequently uttered by
prominent men and officials of Austro
Hnngary, and published there by the
press as well as in (iermany."
Mosey to Pay Cuban I'ronpe.
Washington, March 7. The war de
partment is now making arrangements
for shipping to Cuba the $.1,000,000
asked fcr by (ien. Ilrooke to pay off
the Cuban army. Definite arrange
ments have not been completed, but
the money will be shipped the latter
part of this week from -Vew York, and
two or three pamasters will be de
tailed in a day or two to take charge
of the money and accompany it, turn
ing it over to Gen. Brooke's possession,
and probably attending todetailsof the
payment to the proper authorities OB
ie oart of the Cubans.
. THE FLOODS IN THE OHIO RIVER
No Kerlons Damage So Far Reported, But
the Waters Rapidly Approaching the
Danger Line at Cincinnati.
Cincinnati. March 6. Fifty-three feet
and nine inches is the ten o'clock stage
of the Ohio river at this point to-night.
This is beyond all expectations war
ranted by information at hand Inst
night. The rainfall in the limited sec
tion of the Ohio watershed south and
east of the Ohio river was much
greater than anyone expected
Rlalng Three Inches an Hour.
The rate of the rise at this point to
night is about three inches per hour.
This rate unexpectedly has been main
tained for more than 24 hours. The in
dications here now- are that there will
be 56 feet of water in the Ohio by six
o'clock tomorrow morning.
I'pper Klver Stationary.
Ueports from above show that the
Monougahela and Allegheny are sta
tionary. At I'.row nsville ;.nd Morgans
town, near the headwaters of the .Mo
nougahela, where the great supply
came from to make the Hood in that
river, the waters are falling with J7
feet at Morgantown and nearly 23 at
At Wheeling the stage -s :.( feet, and
I.ree feet more is expected.
Further down the river at I'arkers
burg. W. Va.. the river is stationary.
At Gallipolis it is 47 feet, and rising
Miwly. At Portsmouth it is .14 feet
and 10 inches, anil rising two inches an
The Probahl Ixlmum stage.
Taking the Portsmouth stage as an
indication in connection with the con
dition of the river at points above up
1c. l'arkersburg, theiiulicatioiis arethat
the maximum stage reached at Cin
cinnati will be .!. and possibly C0 feet,
provided the floods are not increased
by further rninfa!?.
Slight Damage Iteportetl.
Damage by the Hood to cities on the
I Ohio reported so far has leen slight.
i -i iiuniington, . a., wnere ine
stil!ro is -iU fc).t) Uvo barges of coal
w,.r(. SUI1k'i the Gil vaiiiioMe. and
thousands of saw-logs ' were washed
iwav. Most of the
logs nave heen
covered before reaching Portsmouth.
At Portsmouth cellars and factories
are flooded on Front street, while on
Miii. Fast Front and Jackson streets
many people have been driven from
their dwellings. Very little interfer
cuce with business has been experi
enced. The stage in the lower Ohio is such
that no more coal will get away from
the Heels in harbor at Louisville down
the river until the Hood recedes.
Kemovlns; Their moiIa from Cellars.
At Cincinnati the bu-iness men in
the lowlands are removing their goods
from cellars. No dwellings haw been
t'isturbi'il except two tenement tpiart
crs. one known as Kat !!ov and the
other as Sausage Kow. situated at op
posite et remit ies of the steamboat
lauding. Should the riv -r reach '.( or
tiO fci t some business houses near the
riviT will ii:ive
to remove their goods
1() S(,,.()11(, ,
No railroads at that stage will be
prevented fronirunning regular trains.
FLOODS IN KENTUCKY RIVERS.
A Numhor or Tenons Lima Their Live
While Attempting; to Make the Furtls
Louisville, Ky.. March 7. The swol
len streams in Kentucky are causing
j great damage, cspeci.filv to fanners,
and it i.s ft sired the worst is yet to
come, as the streams are still rising.
The Kentucky river is rising rapidly,
and much of the bottom lands are al
ready inundated. All the tributary
streams are badly swollen, and a record-breaker
llesiiles the damage to property sev
eral casualties have resulted already.
W. Cordon was drowned near K rank
fort while trying to ford Stoney creek
William Abshire. near liichuiond; Ja
cob Kwing. at Kwing station, and N'ea
Carter, near Mt. Sterling, lost theii
lives in a like manner.
At Catlettsburg the government
guage is ."i-l'i. feet, and the river rising
slowly. Merchants ami residents on
Front and Centre streets. Catlctt's
creek, are moving to higher grounds.
The water is now is indies above thf
danger line. Much damage is reKirteu
up the l!ig Sandy river.
At Louisville the river is ;"4 feet, and
still rising. It is the highest water
since in 1C2.
THE KANAWHA VALLEY FLOOD.
Tbs Waters Receding at hsrlsnton, W
Vs., list Thousands of People ara
Charleston. W. Va.. March 7. Th
city is till nearly half submerged, but
the river is steadily falling at the rate
of two inches an hour, having receded
about three feet already. It is estimat
ed that ",000 people have been driven
from their homes and will not lie able
to return for several days. Suffering
from colli has been slight, and the sun
is shining and the temperature mild.
News from the Hig Sandy is that it is
falling at the headwaters. All trains
on flie I5ig Sandy division of the Ches
apke & Ohio are suspended on ac
count of land slides.
Highest Water iUnce the Flood or 1884
Columbus, O.. March 7. A special to
the State Journal from Gallipolis. O..
says: The lowlands and a part of the
city are flooded. Many families have
been obliged o move out.
The Ohio river overflowed its banks
t Point Pleasant, and nearly all of
the business portion of the city is
flooded. Schools are closed, and all
Middleport and Ilacine are both get
ting a muddy bath.
Rivernen say the Ohio is higher now
than it has beer, since the memorabla
flood of S4.
tame Sapient Sarins; About Men,
Women and Things la
Time and court plaster heal all wounds.
Woman's chief aim seems to be at a target
Some men are so fixed that they have no
use for a moving van.
Charity never begins at home while house
cleaning is going on.
No man is modest enough to believe him
self overestimated by others.
Beware of the cyclist who praises a wheel
of a different make from his own.
There are men living to-day who would
rather be right than be vice-president.
Providence takes care of some fools by giv
inz them wives to look after them.
When a man inherits dishonesty that is
about the only thing he honestly acquires.
Hut few women would carry pocketbooks
if they couldn't put anything in them but
The man who ean acknowledge a mistake
without blaming it on some one else has true
Imitation may be the sineerest flattery, hut
more men acquire wealth by doing as they
see others do not do.
After a man has dropped a fow thousand
dollars in stocks it is useless to tell him there
is no money in them. Chicago Evening
Oar Naval Station at San Joan.
The new United States naval station to be
located at San Juan, Porto Rico, will be of
the utmost importance to this country as the
key to the situation when the Nicaragua
canal is constructed. The key to good health
is Ilostetter's Stomach Bitters. Itguards the
digestive organs from attacks of indigestion,
biliousness and constipation, just the sameas
the new naval station at an Juan will ward
on attacks upon this country by foreign foes.
Xot What She Expected.
Fangle I saw your friend, Mrs. .T.iy
sniith. get on the train and have town with
a married man this morning.
Mrs. Fangle (deeply intt-resteill Well,
I've been expecting a scandal in that quar
ter for some time. Who was it with the
"Her husband," Harlem Life.
Recommends Pc-ru-na to All Ca
ll. M. If. M't'llllll.
Hon. Myron II. McCord, Kx-Govcrnor
of New Mexico, in a letter to Dr. Ilurt
luan, from Washington, D. C, says:
Ccntlemen At the suggestion of a
friend I was advised to use Te-ru-na for
catarrh, and after using one bottle I be
gan to feci better in every way. It
lieipcd me in many respects. 1 was
troubled with colds, coughs, sore
throat, etc.. but as soon as I had taken
your medicine I began to improve and
soon got w ell. I take pleasure in recom
mending j our great remedy to all who
are afllicted with catarrh. M. II. Me
Cord. Thousands of cases of chronic catarrh
have been cured by Pe-ru-na during the
past winter. In spite of changeable
weather, in spite of the natural set
backs from catching cold, and confine
ment to illy-ventilated rooms, the great
catarrh remedy Pe-ru-na has effect
ed these cures. But now sprine 5- Iere.
The days are longer, the sun is warmer,
and the blizzard is gone for another
year. This preseirts a much more favor
able opportunity for the permanent
cure of chronic catarrh, especially old,
stubborn cases. Xow is the time to be
gin treatment. Other things being
equal, one month's treatment in the
spring is worth two months' treat
ment during the inclement weather of
winter. Insist upon having Pe-ru-na.
There are no successful substitutes for
this remedy. Send to Dr. Hartman, Co
lumbus. Ohio, for a free catarrh book.
"Spalding." Accept no
Handsome Catalogue Free.
A. O. SPALDING & BROS.
New York. Chicago. Denver.
DO NOT SET A PLANT UNTIL YOU HAVE READ R. M. KELLOGG'S BOOK
GREAT CROPS s SMALL FRUIT
A HOW TO GROW THEM. He ban powu tht 'arjrt rmn of fancr fro!t er-r produced on
an acrv In bis experimental garden are Ingle PLANTS WHICH PHObl't E OVKK FOU K
Ql'ARTS of One lame berries. Onr customers hare flone as well. This has been accomplished by
u-ientirlrallj breeding up plants to a high fruiting Tigor so t'ftey throw their energies to the wevrlop
sent ffroll laatcmtl mf waelf-as rsiier. All arc propagated from an IDEAL P.A.T and)
restricted for sixteen Tears or since the introduction of the Tariets. The largest and most perfeetlr
equipped experimental gardens In L'nrted States. The cheapest plant Is the one which will gWe 700 ibm
best fruit and most of It. Tou can't afford to play second Addle on the market by a sing scrub plant. Thw
vnly large stork of strictly thorough-bred plants lo America. ItssdsH varieties anly 13 eat
er doses mad SO for 91. Start a propagating bed with ttese strong frmung plants. The book m
sent free. Send Id your address quick. Address E. M, kKIXOU, Hex 8, TUKLE MUM.
A PAID r A MAV DDWC A rMll
BARGAIN." MARRY A PLAIN GIRL
Only the Ftrst Stej?
The first step in Spring
should be to cleanse Nature's
house from Winter's accumu
lations. Hood's Sarsaparilla.
does this vuork easily. It is
America's Greatest Spring
Medicine. It purifies the Blood,
as millons of people say.
It makes the weak strong, as nervont
men and women gladly testify. It
cares all blood diseases, as thousands
of cured voluntarily write. It is just the
medicine for you, as you will gladly say
after you have given it a fair trial.
Bad BlOOd-" Although past 70 years oi
age I am thoroughly well. It was three
bottles of Hood's Sarsaparilla that made
me so after spending over $G0 In medical
attendance. My trouble was a raw sore on
my ankle." Mrs. Louisa Mason, Court
Street, Lowell, Mass.
Running Sores-" After worrying four
months I jjave my children Hood's Sarsa
parilla and it cured them of running sores.
Hood's Pills cured me of dyspepsia and
con st i pa' ion." Mas. Kate K. Thomas, 31
Governor St., Annapolis, Md.
Consumptive Cough - " Fie years
a?o I had a consumptive congh which re
duced me to a skeleton. Was advised to
take Hood's Sarsaparilla which I did and
recovered normal health. I have been well
ever since?.'' Matilda Bbidgewatee, Cor.
Pearl arid Chestnut Sts., Jeffersonville, Ind.
HrKHt'i 1111 mrt lireMIU, the non-irritating nd
theonly cathartic to take with Hood' Sm in a pa rill.
The Best I
SadJle Coat. ,
Keeps both rider and saddle per-1
fectlv dry In the hardest storms. I
Substitutes wilt disappoint Ask lor f
i?Q7 Fish Brand Pommel Slicker I
;t is entirely new. If not for sale in f
your town, wri'e tor catalogue I
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