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I it SIN II
Leo XIII. Calmly Passing From
Life Unto Death Extreme
AID FOR FLOOD SUFFERERS.
FULL TRUST IN THE DIVINE MERCY
Toim IiIiik I'rnscra rTi-ri-il for Ill-Inn
I'niilllT liiiirrl- l.rottli Stir
riiiiniU I In- LVnlrnl l-'luttrc In
llt-ntli 1,'IihiiiImt "icuW nl lAlt
mid llt-nth Mllh Nnliif MiTt-nllr.
Koine, .July 7, 3:55 it. in. Aiiothet
twiriiing lius litoljen on tlie palliulic
hi-iMiii Hilliin the simple cliimilier "1
(In- vatic-m where Pope I.eo lies !''
Ing. An the Boft llffht of dawn pi'iic
truteil into the room the poutlfl
whispered to hist (levoleil phyKliinn
tlmt he desired the shutters of tlif
wiiidouH to be ojiened, miyiiifr:
"1 wish to sec onee more, pisrhapi
for tlie lust time, t.lie rnys of tin.
It. wiik jnt :i short while after tlia
7ope came )mel to eonseionsnesi
from a sleep which Dr. l.-ipponl had
Induced by it strong dose of chloral.
Ills sleep was so deathlike that nrti
lleinl respiration was coiitiniicjl, and
l)r lipponi everv few minutes lear.eil
jiii.vioiiKiy titer the eoiieh to oliscrve
the illiiHlriolls patient and listen tji
liis hardly perceptible breatliiiiff
Pope U-o awoke without perspiration
feeble U extreme and his wiiee liarillv
.'Hldilile. The fits of coiif,'liili(,' hat!
brought pains in his ehest and shoiil
tiers, and thiiiluhf his end was now
near, he said to Or. l-appniii:
"Tell me when Hie. time realh
Tlfe doetor assilied his holiness that
lie belii-ied the thinner of his iininedi
ale passing was averted for the night
uinl for t he day.
Those sccmiiik'K last nioments ol
Tope I.eo are full of solemnity. Per
haps his last, ho it r- would be less mel
ancholy and sad if the august suf-fcn-r
were less conscious of the cir
eiimstniiccH and his mind less ele.if
is to the duration of time iciiiainitip;
to him before I tcrs eternity. Al-
1houe;li his physical powers an- at tlie
lowest ebb and his breathing becomi-H
nunc labori-il, the pope's mind il
clear, as is i lifest to all around him
li.v his bright, expressive, eyes, the
few words he now ami then succeeda
In nlL-iilltf. The scene is so touch
iiil,' that thou- present, can scarce re
stiain their tears.
( mint Canillle 1'ecci, the pope's
nephew, whom the living man kept, hj
his side yesterday, was so exhausted
late last night by his contending emo
limit Unit he had to In- taken from
In-, uncle's room, completely worn
on I A few moment, bcfoie, as h"!
stond bowed bi'hiile the bed, I'ope Leu
laid his hand on his head with pa
lei mil alVection, saying:
Hi'Ullv after ten o'clock at night
the pontiff iceeiteil cstrcine miction.
At nine o'clock his conditinn Keetneil
so hopeless that only a short time up
patently reuiaineil before he would
f;lide into his last sleep. At Dr. l-ip-ionl's
iuillatite a basts coiisulUition
of the pope's relatites, Cardinal Ham
polla and other ecclesiastics was held
and il was decided that extreme unc
tion should be given. The smtilT re
ceived the a n no ii in u-n t with bin
visual caliniiess, and though scarcely
uble to speak audibly he said he knew
liis lime had come and lie was ready
to appear befoie the sublime tribunal
with full trust In the divine mercy.
Monsignor I'ifTcri, I'ope ben's con
feasor, administered the cMreuie unc
tion, and when the ceicinonv win
over his holiness hank back on the pil
low with apparent great n-lief that
nil was done and that he was enter
ing into rest after his long pilgrim
K' RUDOLPH ESCAPES JAIL.
llti.it. Until. Itiililti-r mill Slnt-r nl
llclt-rllt.- Pelitiitiaeiirr ('llnilm
In llniif mill l-'lt-m,
SI. I.oiiW, duly 7, William lludolpli
who, with (ienrge ollins, rnblied the
Union bank on Dec Iier 'Jii, l'.'"-, ami
Iclll.-d I'lnkcrtoii Detective ( harles .1.
ftchiiuiaclier on .la unary "I, ocaped
from the cit jail nt the four courts
late yertertlay afternoon.
With the date of his trial fur min
der nul one week oh" the desperate
mull risked his life for libel ly by
climbing to tin; roof of the jail, and
then taking two "0-fool leaps to the
Half mi hour lifter his escape !)
i-iiiue known 00 policemen ami Pink
crtoii detectives were searching for
Jtudolpli, but up to two o'clock thU
morning he hail evaded them.
Itudojpli's escape is exacllv like
that of ".Sklppy" Itohiin several ,earH
figo It is believed that llohan's iiicth
oil of gttlng imiIkIiIc of the prison hail
lieen thoroughly explained to the lies.
jM-iale iitlibeil ami murderer, uui hst
followed it to the letter.
Mnnr Ne'ila-tl to Place Ttuvna unla
In n Snnlliirj Ciinilllliin llual
Ursa nl n Mniidatlll,
.Ic.itinette, I'a., duly 7. As si remit
of the breaking of the Oakford I'ark
dam, Monday, W persons art; known
to be dead and 10 are missing. The
property loss in the Milley will reach
$l,."i00,n(ifl, and tlie distress I" so grrat
that outside relief must lie asked for.
From a prosperous, contented val
ley this section in a single day has
been transformed into a great house
hold of mourning. Pretty homes have
been wrecked and great workshops
forced Into Idleness. All day long hun
dreds of willing hands pulled away
the great plies of debris in tin: search
for the missing residents of tlie val
ley, l-'roui time to time tlie search
would be rewarded and anxious
friends would recognize tlie mutilated
body tif a relative.
Ilusinesh was practically at a stand
still. Many of the stores here were
flooded and many workshops were in
the path of the torrent. To the
throng of idle citizens were added
great crowds of strangers who came
here from all over western Pennsyl
vania to r.w the destruction that
had been wrought. The curious all
went to tlie morgue and fought for an
opportunity to view tlie giuesome
sights. Those who really had cause
to go to the house of the dead could
hardly light their way through the
throng. Tien, too. a number of
thieves came to make profit tint of
tin; morbid crowd.
There was a great crowd of people
assembled all dav at the pile of
wreckage heaped against the embank
ment east of town and scattered over
the bottom laud. It was here that
many bodies weie supposed to le
buried Dining the night men witii
lanterns had picked their way over
the wreckage looking for bodies, and
when morning came a large force of
volunteers went to work, making a
systematic search. I v evening th"
men said that no more bodies re
mained in the debris. Parties a No
worked up and down tin- t-it-ek. Oc
casionally, hidden in bushes or pinned
own by rubbish would be found 'i
former resident of the valley. It is
probable that from time to time other
bodies will be found.
MINERS THREATEN NEGROES.
RHODE ISLAND REDS.
Aa l.a r r nf llnrk II run n I'.mt, In
ter unit Siiiiiiiier, 'I II In lli-'Ttl
Una Sillier !nr.
The Rhode Island Red Is a rich,
brilliant red, as deep in shade as may
be KOtten by keeping out the smut
In undercolor, and specimen feathers
on my desk from birds that have won
prizes at our largest showa indicate
that a very rich red may be attained
with clear red under-color. Of course,
such birds aro raro and extremely
high-priced and are no more usefnl
than the common ones on the farm,
where tho rich, red surface color ii
about alt that Is ever considered.
As layers of dark brown eggs, wla-
('ihiUh mill Wnllt-ra nt Klka llntitinM
lint.- iirriM Kni-iiii llnrrl.-il
Hut uf Tit ii li I'ollei-.
I.inlon, Intl.. .Inly 7. The appear
mce of eight Tern- Haute negroes in
Linton Monday was the cause of a
demonstration in which the men nar
rowly escaped serious injury. Ie
Sanderson, a Terre Haute caterer,
was employed to serve the banip.et at
the institution of a new lodge of the
lllks. lie, took his cooks and waiter-
with him, and while the ncgiocs were
in tlie hall several thousand miners
isseinblcil in the s' reet and threatened
to dynamite tlie building unless the
negroes were sent out of town. The
light coloietl men were hurried into
ii call and diiten to .lasoutille, where
they were nut on the train for Torre
Haute. Six policemen hung on the
carriage and beat back the crowd
while the negroes were being driven
tint of town.
BRAVE SISTERS OF CHARITY.
I'luht I'lrr nt limit lllak of I.I f.
Aultl In SimIiik I'liriilturr
Knnsas City, Mo., duly 7.--llefore
the firemen could arrive sisters of
charity from tlie Mouse of (Jood
Shepherd ussNtcfl in fighting a lire
that destroyed the sexton's house at
Mount St. Mary's cemetery, on the
southeastern edge of the city. Mon-
da.. Although the sexton and ids
wife were forced tti llt-e for their
lives, sonic of the sisters entered the
limning building and assisted In say
ing the furniture while, others played
it stream of water on the flames with
tlie garden hose. It. ,1. Donnelly, the
sexton, was burned slightly. Tlfe
building was destro.M-d.
XiMi-rtil Men Mini Wiinii-n llimnur In
I'lulil tin sicniii.-r l't i Wiiint-n
Sliul Mini I'lilla In II Iter,
Motitt Vernon. Intl., .Inly 7. An
excursion on the steamer D. A. NN
bet broke up in n big light, Monday,
mid six persons were shot. Kinney
(ilveus, of this city and Frank Kirk
were shot in the legs and units. (liv
ens shot and fatally wounded n man
mimed Uroviit, from Henderson, Ky
One man from Henderson, named
White, was shot in tlie breast and
fell into the river. Mis hodv has not
been recovered. Two of tho number
thot were women. The fight occurred
between rnlontown, Ky., and thlt
place. The boat returned to t'nlnur
town, mid six men and two vvotnar
were arretted oml nut in i.tll there.
KINO fAItUINAL, JR.,
(T)il' a: Mi at Komi of llhoile Island Hd.)
ter and summer, the Reds are peer
less. Tills has been proved by the tes
timony of every one who has ever
bred them. Whether or not the
change to a heavier standard of
weight, which now reads 8V4 pounds
for cock and OVfe pounds for hens, will
aftect I ho laying qualities remains to
be seen. The testimony of my eusto
turners from east to west favors the
small, active type as the best layers,
but my own experience does not coin
tide with theirs, as I find the large
hens on the nest fully an often as the
For dressed fowls I want to say that
the local butcher has no eye for
beauty of plumage, but actually pays
me two cents per pound more for the
culls I kill than be pays for common
kinds I askt-tl him why he did no.
The answer was- "Plumper, more
meat, less hone, nice yellow legs and
skin, medium tdz.e (three to five
pounds). There Is the argument In
dollars and cents Ohio Farmer
FEEDING FOR COLOR.
II ('tin lie Dune tit Siniill HYpnm nntl
Without liiJuritiK lli- Ilrultli
uf (III- I'llll-Lf-tlN.
Assuming that the chickens which h
Is Intended to feed for, color are tho
product of well-colored slock birds,
there is no reason why their color
should not be Intensified by direct feed
ing as canaries are fed; but this must
be done more with a view to supple
tneutlng the tendency to sound color,
than to altering It materially. It is not
miirh use uttemptlng to color feed nn
ndult bird the experiment must be
tried upon chickens, and they must be
color fed from the shell. The proper
principle to follow Is to supply a lit
tie color food regularly--a small (plan'
tlty given in a systematic way, but nol
spasmodic dosing on a large scale. II
the birds be accustomed to It from
hutching time upwards, and then when
passing through their llrst or chicken
moult they be given a rather more lib
eral supply, that Is all Hint can be done.
After the moult tho color, of course,
will be determined, and one cannot alter
the color of feathers which have al
ready developed -one can only do that
during the process of development
When the moult Is finished, therefore,
and the color Is fixed for the time being,
the color food may bo almost entirely
discontinued; but It should not be al
together given up, because fowls are
constantly losing feathers, and If tho
pffcrt of thlB feather food upon the
system lie not maintained, by constant
ly giving small doses of It, there Is a
possibility that any feathers which may
bo lost will lie replaced by those of a
different color The effect of the color
food, therefore, must not bo allowed
to entirely lapso from the blood, The
expenso of keeping up color feeding
on a limited scale like this Is not great,
and so It Is within reason to do so.
HE FOUND AN OPENING.
It Was a Smtvll line, lint the Appli
cant Ftinntl It llintrnll
Mayor Scliinitz of S.m 1'rnncii.i-n telli
of an autumn politician vvlm ilt-in.i tided a
poiitma. Tn enc.ipe him imd kindred
men Urn mayor t.utt hied himself lo the
MihiithM. And in the Miburbn the np
phcuil halted the tn.iyor, ri.-l.ite the lioa-
mii rim. ine politician plact-tl inn cane
ht-liitid him and t if -l on it as n Mat.
Ilt'ttcr nmiortilliltv had never been nre-
rnted for arguing his jiixt claim. Mi
litlxclinu caused the cine to move slight
ly. "c, sit," Haid the titlice seeker, "I
am entitled to a iiosilioti in the t-itv'a
aervite and urn looking for mi opening,
"Is tiiete any kind of vvoil; to winch
you are adapted?" asked the mayor.
i lie man took t-oi.rnge Irnin the ques
tion uinl said that any kind of an open
ing VVOIlId HUit.
Hv tint tune the man s untrniliniMt lint!
brought tlie cane, which wait hearing hit
weight, prcc-aiiously m-ar a knot nolo.
The mayor thought. In expectancy the
applicant shifted Ins position. The next
itislMtlt hp w.l fnf1r.ivnrilii. In fiillou' )iia
cane through a hole in the board walk, j
I iii.-ie, k.iiu tlie mayor, veiy iiiutli re- I
lievi-il. is an niM-iitng tor von. I rv uinl
fill it; if you don't succeed, sec the board
of public works."
For Axed People.
IJellflower. Mo., duly tith.-Mr. G. V.
Uoliter, of this place, ha written an
open letter to the old men and women
ot the country, advising them to use
UodU a ixiuney 1'illn as a lemcuy tor
those forms of Kidnty trouble so com
mon among the aged. Mr. Uoliter sayu:
"I hutlcretl my.-t.-lf for years with my
Kiilm-vi and urinary organs. 1 wan
obliged to get nn as many aw Miven or
eight limes during tlie night.
1 tiled many things witli no success
till I (aw one of Doilil's Almanacs, and
re.nl of vvnat Dodd's Kidney Pills were
doing for old people.
"1 bought two boxes from one drug
git. and began to u-e them at onie. In
a very thou time I was well. This is
over a year ago, and. my trouble lus not
returned, so that 1 know my cuic was a
good, genuine, permanent one.
"I believe Dodd's Kidney Pills are a
splendid medicine fot old people- or any
one Millfeimg with Kidney and urinary
troubles, for although I am 81 years of
age, they have made me well."
Meet erery rrxiolslte ol the Impromptu
or hot wrather meal.
J?'. "?' T ")? Of Toin (Wtok),
VmI Lul, DttIM Km, Brisk? BMf,
Sllc4 Smoktt Beit, Etc.
All natural flavor foods-palatable and wliolt-aonti-.
i our grocer should have them.
. Fl?,.,..-Ih"!K,,,ll ",,ow M"k aon Tallin
.i rj"1 "'' 'or IJbh,-. big Atlu
Ubby. McMelll 6, Llbby. Chlcato, III.
Crops cannot grow without watei
bentusn they do not eat their food, but
drink It. Now, while the water Is In
the soli, Is the time to conservo It by
a frequent cultivation and barrowiufr
Kenp the soil pulverized flue.
Hep I'pefr rriie.
'Shall I ailniiiiister en before extract
ing your tooth'"" n-l,cd the dentist
'Well, answered the fair natieiit from
bid; towinlnp, "if it dof.u't cost any
iiirne. t it rathei you il give mc cieetria
light." Chicago Daily News.
Don't Get I-'ontnore! Urt I"iiol-r.nr.
A wonderful novvder that cures, tired, hot.
aching feet and makes new or tight shoes
eay. Ask to-day for Allen's l-'oot-Kafe,
Accept no siilisliuite l rial picsagei-jicr,.
Adthes.s A. S. Olmsted, be Hoy, X. Y.
Soiiii- fellows maii.v poor gills to settle
down, and othcn in.iii) ncli ones to set
tle up l'ml.iu"lp!ii.i lticord.
Tn Care n Colli In One liar.
Take Laxative linnio Ouinine Tableti. AH .
rfrillTffl.l rnfltoil limiipl- if ll f.i ia n r-iir OXj.
THE NEXT MORNING I FEEL BRIGHT AND NEW
AND MV COMPLEXION IS BETTER.
My doctor ? it aeti it'ntlr nn thi Btnmaeh, 1It
ml kiinmjn ami It a itUftitaiit Uiatlrfl. Tilt drink U
mUa f rom hrhi. ana it nrntrd fur ui m
t. It ! called l,anrPi Tsa" or
LANE'S FAMILY MEDICINE
Alt drurliitinrlir mil2rirtn. andtOctn UufltU
f1r. Luni-'n Fntnllv .llrdlrlnn mnvrn tha
Imwrln earn itay. In nnler to r haltti tblait
nciarj, AdJfb-j. Hot JUA, La liuj, N. V.
KCEPTHC RIDCR DBM
Rtla ein'l (t at tht ma wbu
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t k-w irxt
I he earth produces nothing more dc-tci-talile
than an ungialefiil man. Auso-mut.
Piso's r'nre eannot be too highly spoken of
as a cough tiite..f V O'lii u-ri, :tS Third
Ave , X., Minneapolis, Minn., .lan.fl, 1900.
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wimiuary aim veneiiiency in opinion
lite tlie otjiesl proot ot stupio.it)
("Iin-jgo, .St. l'aul-.Iinneami, four daily
trains via the Clucjgo A Norlh-Wentc-rn
An lionet man nearly alvvaya thinka
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Hold by newsdealers. Five cents u copy.
Worry in a good friend of tha under
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oubr&nv) er dmk. on
vvry omtntbMrind tN
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