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ii.ni.i-. miII",i Lat bwauae m
y t Iwirrowed.
delarr b ttot 1 ' I th'
'he errh. Perhaps abe'i
Tf ..- i'i
"o-il I fijthl a '! n"
be would Im .( prct
.rln ration lo lac me.
The ;' r Inn timet not b blamed fn
travelina with Pltssimniotu. Ida mi
flstia .ri. tint of bla ebonalng
Th 'fr hue given tb uilian a pair
of )wr vf. Thua the enrea a nil
dmnjitir of l,nrrt flallatmry multiply.
If Mr. Maybrlck la liberated ho
; Tm'.it.t Im rrquirr.l to give n bond
ii It her t ) riiirn nor Set In Jail again.
Wis omtn tit rttvlascd wnr agnl,nt
trsmp'i nnd l armed with Mm moat ef
fective iMon for their exclusion. !l
The . 'ilblllty of w:ir with Spain
Iters ui "f recognising f'lbi loe it"'
Tr'ti :mv perceptible exodus of pco
jilr to f'nnndn.
Thl ! the MUKon of the ynr whan
nn appr iprl.Ve i.hrmtd for ome people
would ! the winter underwear they
i!!-ar l'"! too "oon.
How m-lflom do we pick up a new
paper without rending nf wimo one whe
linn nn far forgot himself na to be caught
robbing graven In Omatn.
Th now woman la crovdlng her way
Into almoat every buslticaa nnd profes
sion. Iit up to date the policeman ha
foil no ularm nt tbe poMlblllty that he
might loan hla Job.
Without entering Into Mi niceties ol
th caH" the aympatbleii nf tho eoiiii'
try aetii nilly have been on the hIU" ol
Mm. fttimford In her iiiu-iiI ngh
agnlnat the gnverninent.
I'o- the nrat time In the hlatory ol
the "War Cry." edited by the numerout
llootha. Ita name will tie nrcepred at
appropriate by all the world. It la lu
the thlrk of the Hiilvntlon Army fight.
IV-Rplte proteata from whatever Inter
rti'd (j inrtir. it large majority of the
American people believe that our
cnaa-.a 1ioiil.I lie properly defended nnl
will tnlt npin the lcglr.l.itlou necea
aary to that nd.
Oubann are not ItghtltiK Hprli1ly le-
r. 114 of any recent and iiihhilI ip
pr. m. . m : it In the galtluc i liatiix that
hung .' .t tl.elr faltici-a nnd Rrand
fithei" and were welded to hetr own
!lmba 'v Spnln that tli.-y leire 'i
lre.it. fid uiioue. T. h.w- l- olve.
to do l r die. I It any won b-r 'Iiat
Amen nn. orwrannt with th'lr !il
.Iv HMiipathl.' lt'i "'nil i?
I I not lie th'' mhih nil ! d.'iilgh-
. ;l If tin y did "th' rwi .
ha i. ill"
S.ihlotil of Iiii lnii. It In aid.
... . . - i tu.. is. . in-1 1. in nt :itl
r', T , i homun i
-nt which eniililen tho humun ,
I n t run
eye ,o ae, through m object ..Th.
tnatriitneiit otialsts of a
rif n eviinopr ni
rnrdbour l. the Inner attrfnee cf which t
Minted with ft material that beconui
niioret under th"e Influence of the
Roentgen raya. The bn l nt one end
of th" cv Under. The ol Vet to be ix
umln. I W plari lMitwi n a f'roolte's
tube and the cylinder. On looking Into
the t ill- through the h na the nbaerver
hkh ' o'lilliie or ahinlow of the cup
cenle I ..hie. :. which In thrown on the
u'1?" " I
-ride but the Inventor cxpeeti aooil to I
pert.. . It. He call. It the cryptoscopc. I
On- "f th aiuualiiK Hiir.a of :.ew
from Kurope that the llarrl...ii sli
tint, -t'v. ilinh tl in 'TH. have bet-ll
bttiiiidf"1 from tierm.iiiy lecnue they
i. , i.j in:. i in'inberii of th" nubility
niraN It U reported tlmt a number of
men "f pmiiilnenco line eeome the
vlr'Iina of the rharni( "f the lanneUfCH.
to the detriment of "telr Wlvea. ch'l
dren iml fortunee. Count von Wedel,
a dS'iiiug o ing offl" r. wai nrrnalH
for I'l.lng imwned Jeelrv which he
had pur uiiM'd on Itifillmenta from
Jewtl.r At the nrriilgniiient It was
learned thnt the yiut'K man hnd not
only .;!!' a larRo ( rt . on the llnrrl
son ''xter. but even the little money
be obtained on the Jewelry wiu spent on
theai Th. iMiiiie wit i.uii ,.ian mem
bers of the :.olltt Imii t.-;i rillnel i. t
late Uy their n baiitui tit V tub'.e
man a ho an be run el b- danr-init
girl is iiai-lly worth iinklnic m ruicli
imuMo about. It wnih! b nenrd'l
dulug poetic justl i tun. lib the
noble in.) confer m'dab ihu waniea
for dhiwlng up the 'lam. ter of -he
' While the Hrttlah .r.i I talMug
about the "aensitive pride and honoi of
tbe Spanish nation" It may be recalled
with propriety that tbe "pride" and
"hoaor" did not stand In the way of
Spain grinding tax money out of tbe
Cuba n m and falling to return any aub
taat u I ix i.' nt
A Mew York florin! haa paid flooo-i
for the txltilte iiwnetvlnp uf a new
carnation. The price la only exceeded
la tbe annala of florieulium by that
paid by the eminent New Yorktr, iir.
Utbhard, for a Jem. I. My.
KNOOKS LBBDS OUT IN IMPTRKN
!.ecdi W UMMMMfimH fttrptereTImn llnlf
itH Haur After the l'ltM Wim Over A
.felt at! the Cheek nettled It Kvnrltitrl h
Msepetk. U !.. March II. J ark Br
trlwK MI Qotmo Leeds, lightweights,
mot laai segbt at the Siepire .tlilt-tlc
dub. lUspetk. U I. Tlitirwr acha-
dulial for A lwwt()rflirorottnl cotitaat.
iHweiMt of Un riRC ram (wn nil
parts f the owtntry. crowdlnn Uic
nraim till titore than MM apotAtoni
wir pi'WMitt. Jlrarhart wna toinawhat
ttio fRmrtlB in in bftttlng, altliotigli
I.setU lmd Iota at frlwda.
A a ettrulu nUtr. rrank Wrue of
Dnffalo and Jack Downer of Ilrooklyn
war to box ton rounda.
Tim 1 In rat wh rafar. At Uia ond
of the third rmwl the bout wia Mlled
n draw. Urna'i frlmdi UtouKtit lie had
the best of the boat Mtd proleateil
awlnaX the declalon. ltoth men
weighaO In at ISO.
Than cum the event of Ute ovon
Iftie. Tbe men ihoek liantla and It wna
nnnouiieoil Uiat Quoenrtrurynitea would
govern Ute oonieet, w the
tMller nnd ImuI the additional adranUge
The flifht laated for fUtean flare
routida. when In tho flfteontli Hverltnrt
awtmg n left liftnd with a Jolt on Iad'n
Jaw. which atnl him down on ItU fnce
to the door of the ring.
Lccda remalnod In an tinoonaoloni
atato for half nn hour ailor he mi ear
rtwl out ot the ring. He wtu altenilod
uy Or. llonilentuuin of PhlladeliUiln.
Nnne of the rtorUrB were allowod In
the room and the uttnoat aecrecy pre
vailed. Cant. Olorl. who la I.eed'a
manager, came out and Informed the
nwpaper men that Horace waa In n
pretty bad condition. Finally at 11:40
o'clock wonl waa aent out that I.oeda
bad recovered auUIolentlr to rerognlxe
tbnaA around him and Uto doctor mid
thrre wac no danger of n relanee.
Culm II HWlHtl(IHI.
WahlnKton. .Maroli 31. The liouro
haa not yet acted on the Cuba roftoltt
tlona agreed to In eonferenco. Chair
man llltt of the oommlttoe on foreign
nffalra, who hna Ui matter In charge,
aura he will tint proaa the mutter until
after the hotit hneaotod on tho mindry
drll appropriation hllla. In explana
tion ho mid: "I am tin nnxloua na any
one to illenoeo of Uila Cuhnn mattor,
lint n tho nilnitlnn of the conforonco
report Ia a foregnno annolimloii I ash.-.
not proimred to aiitafmnlzu tho mindry
clrll bill vliloli wan iiremkig for oon
H(4l oration. I An not bHeve thaxt iliero
will he anr great public Intcroat In Ui
further dlactiealon of the reeoltttlon.
Indeed, (nrther ilhvniealon now would
bo like ibreatilwg over old straw. It
would be different If there was any re,
aon to doubt tbe retult. Gov. layers
baa withdrawn Ms objection to ttie pas-
It ot tlie aniMlry civil Mil, Rnd it will
limn wlthcrjt much delay. Aa aoon aa It
la flnlthed I wilt nail up the Cuban con
ference reiwrt nnd hae done with It."
Neri.rthelea,, there U a proipt.-t that
the adoption of the house ot the senate
resolution will no: mark the end of the
Cuban matter. Senator Cullom now
threaten that It the preildent doe not
take aotne favorable action for Culm
wl.hln three weeks that be will revire
,l n congress
, lA. ,., .
He mar join
I r.ima Vlllla mttA " V... Iu..
belllgvrtHicr or sending an armed force
to Cuba to take poslon.
SIIUI' ( IHHHIUUll-llllllU.
N'sw York, March 31. C'i rdlnal Sa
tolll, the papal delegate to the I'nltcU
States. Has wrluen a letter to Rev.
William Smith. 8. . l. of the Bsther
of Mercy, it. Vincent de lnul'a church,
this city, informing him that tbe holy
l.tkiui li.a u. .1 1.1. 1 .
KW" to atari from ilrW
organisers of the movement, are tt
petlaJly mentloul. Father Smith la
the aplrttual advlM-r of tbe pllgrlma.
There will be two pilgrimages, one
of which will leuve here an July S, and
return on Sept. 13. The other will start
on the same day. but will not leave
ISurope for home until Hcpu 13. In
the firat batch thete will bo 100 per
eon, from all part of the United
Bute and Canada and In tbe seoond
there will be thirty-five pllgrlma. The
first party will aall on the Red Star
liner Weeternland and the second on
the White Star liner Mrltattnlc. IJoth
parties will vlalt Ixiudrea, Ijoretla,
f'sdu and other 4netuarles, and will
also visit the various cities In western
and soul hern Kurope.
Hot. Urn In. la Nrr Vnrk.
New York. Manh 31-Qov. Drake
of Iowa la In the city. Uov. Drake and
party came on from Iowa to take part
In ih' launching; of the battleship Iowa
at Pbtlsdelpbia. SeMtrtef. Thar will
leave tor Philadelphia on Tuesday. A
stop will be mad la Chicago on April
t on Imporuujt legielaUte work, pend
ing which cat ntt be delayed.
itg t aleh h ffaC
Bl Jobs, X. P.. Marak f. The teal'
lag ataajMer Xvwtanndliuid has arrlTBt
km wtat) a catt equal to MtttW sonla.
he raftona that tiie Uhrgiler haa
Mkett li.000. Um Walrus, 11,000; the
LMpard.1.000, and the Kite 10.000 seals.
The vanguard Ureenland aad INuithar
hope for some suecees. The Neptune
and the Aurora are without any seals.
The Baqutmnux. Tm Kovh, IMana,
Itanger, Wladaor and Algorlne have
not been spoken The Newfoundland
was only two-thirds full, bin had to
tnake port because she was leaking
llHe of I'enee li (lone.
Managua. Ntcmrua, March JO. Th
peace commission, eonatetlgg of Dr.
Prudente Alfsro, vIos-praaMMt at Sal
vador; general comtmmder ot Salvador
and tenor Ramlrec Nirasniati min
ister of foreign affalrn, baa returned
here from la I'as. win re a onnferenco
with representatives of the iimtrgeuts
had bean held. Tbe terW effaced by
President Xelsya are tilnlsrato)d to
have been the abaolnte mrtontlsr for
(rial by court martial ot Uto laatlora ot
The Imurgenta not only reinsert to
gMcjH these, but demand ttmt l'mMenl
.ftlaya turn over to them tho govorn
mailt of NleamiriiH.
CotttenuetHlr nil nfipe ot pasea is
Rom atnl the war will be continued
wltli renewed bltternesa on both aides.
There la groat exeltoment hero nnd
step are belnc taken to rotnforco tho
trootis at the front and hegjn the ad
vnnee on Ieon as aoon na the tmieli
neotlett mippllee and nmmtinltlonroaoli
tho governniont forcos. Thero nro dig
ttirlilng rumors In tho air. Tho govern
ment Is snld to be hard irreeeed for
ttintls and want ot ammunition, which
nro known to tho Leontnla, who nro un
derstood to be receiving goo rot support
from Uimtomnla and other itourew,
whlofi may result In complloatlona
llkaly to cause n uoneml war throtigii.
out Centittl Amsribn.
Now York. March SI. Mr. Hell Chat
laln.tlio distinguished Afrlenn oxploror,
missionary and philologist, la nt pres
ent In this oft y ongaged lu laying be
fore iilillnntlirupbKs and otlioniMa plan
for the practical abolition of ttfc Inter
nal slavo trade 1n Afrion under tho
nnme of tho Phll-Afrtoan Llherntors'
Tlie main object ot the league is to
found the Afrlek reftrgea nnd sottle
tuonts for liberated slaves on conces
sions ot land obtained from Unglnnd,
aeriimnr, France, I'ortugal or Hie Con.
Mr. Chatlaln's plan baa the apirroral
of many of the lieat known oierymon
and laymen In tbe country, Including
Jiisuop I'otter. the Hon. Otiarlea P.Daly,
Paul 11. l)u Clialllti, Cyrus a
Oscar 8. Straus, Wlllam li. Dodgo,
Clovelnnd H. Dmlge, Drs. T. 11. nnd 0.
H. Welch. Hnrrinston Ptttnnni, Ulsliop
William Taylor. Ulsliop I, W. Joreo and
llev. Lymnn Abbott, the Uov. Davit! H.
Orcor. tho Ilov. C. V. Tlffnny, the Ilov.
A. P. Heard, the Itev. Joslnli Strong and
Cl II Appropriation lllll.
Washington, March 31. Tho houm
yosterdny took up the ccnaldoratlon"ol
the Himdry civil appropriation bill nnd
dlnpoiod of fifteen of tho 100 pngo
During the general debate Mr. pan
non. the prenont head of the npproprln
tlons rcwiiHttee, nnd his prodoceneor,
Mr. Hayers cf Texas. InterelMttiflait
ntdnlons as to preaeut and iiaat apro-
Mr. Cannon In the course of his re
marks expressed the opinion that the
appropriation for this season could
noi fall below Sdd.OOO.OOO. The aottoti
of the committee In appropriating for
contract work only until March, 1W7,
was attacked, but Mr. Cannon Justified
It on tbe ground that the same thing
hail been done last year In the ease of
the fortification bill. Uut few amend
ments were added to the bill yesterday.
Bight amendments to Increase the
salaries ot lighthouse superintendents
from I1S00 to fl&OO wire adopted.
I'll" lllie'. Mem.
Now York. March 81. A report from
The duke of Veracita, the lineal de.
oendant of Columbus. Who visited tho
United States ilurtiHt Ute OatiimblnJi
celebration. In an Interflow, said that
It was bla earnest hope bhat the trouMo
betwoeti Oie t'nltod States and Ski1ii
over Cuiba would die a natural death.
"Spain," he said, "1ms ImuI great pro
vocation for the expression of rosotit
metit ngulnst the United States. I am
lirtered lo any that the action of eon
Brass teems to hare bean the Insult of
thB century. I can tioj tir.dorsbfnd how
It bappeaed. The only expMaitUon I
can und is thnt the American people
and the asemte mlsnnderstoo.! Ute
motives ami eomlttot of the war in
neblagtou, " March 21. Justice
Shims handed down the ofilnlon of ttio
supreme court yetterday In the case of
the Texas and Paelfle railroad vs. the
Interstate com i eras eetiwilaalou. an
pealed from the elrcuH court of appeals
for the second circuit, and known aa
the import nue case.
The dectaton of the suprewe aowrt
reversed the opinion of the etmilt
court, which hold thnt It was Illegal
ctMrg lets on Imported (foods than on
riomcetlo articles. Tbe effect of tho
opinion hi lo smUhh the nUegod iHs
criMlHMhM in the 1 merest of foreign
steamer llnrtttmla Arrltei.
Itoerto Cortec, lIondnrM. March 31.
The Urltlsh attain Jr Utuidn, from
Now York, which It If alleged, landed
arms and ammunition and a AlUms
taring expedition off the coast of Cu
bs, arrived kers yesterday.
Iiiittrecit Leader Mil wintered.
Havana, March 31. The Insurgent
leader, Perfeoto (lHluana, bat fturron
dared ni Ouecft Malena. The Insurgent
leaden, Vlsente and Ifduardo dart Is,
wtth a farce estimated to n'iiaber about
1800 man, are eneamped at tho plan
tation of MagnleHa. diatrtct of Santa
Ana, province of Matauas. Thpy have
burned lit houses belonging to the
IHtle eooMj- near Palnilllss. province
of MalaniM. and hare destroydl a
number of cane fields In Central Pell
cm hnd Alfonso Do?.
IN W0MA2FS C0IINBE.
CUI1RKNT TOPICS FOR WOMEN
Soma rert aud Ink Skelclifi nf t7tn
Date ratblont lUItt, llucklra and
I'nnn A Iiuli XV. Tlinetr
OMH nnd trip It as
On the light fan-
nut don't corns
unices you nro
Bush nn enlight
ened ago Is this
that tho correct
thing for llttlo tola'
dinclng gowns Is
as strictly In Id down as aro rules for tho
Tho wco llttlo ones ndhero to lawn,
If such mny bo called that slieor,
elusive, cloudy mnicrlnl, which frames
the graceful limbs of the little ones.
1'lncst embroidery Is used for n yoko
and spaniels over tho sleovcs, nnd largo
puff alcoves end with n fall of laco just
bolow tho elbow. ,
Plenty ot petticoats beneath long,
wide, bowlldcrlng affairs aro tho
Por girls n llttlo older, plain china
slllt, or tho daintiest silk crcpon, Is
need. None but delicate tints are lined,
nnd no dress should have a waist long
er than tho empire. Length of limb Is
tho effect required, and to seeuro It
most dressos nro mado simply with
fancy yokes of laco and rlbbon.for tho
most part, but always matching tho
gown In color.
Skirls nro very, very wide, ond mrny
times acoordlon-plattcd. Thoy aro per
fectly plain at tho bottom, mado with
a broad ham. Considering the flounces
ot Into worn beneath, n plain skill la
jtoiltlvely necessary lo pretervo tho
rhythm In tho cntlro effect. TUB
Not Bulled o Dampy ricnrei.
Womon generally tnko to a dlstlnrtivo
mo'dp of dress, something which will
mako thorn especially striking, which
seeeunts probably for the fondness aetno
womon ixhlbll for the Iou!s XI v. oos
tumest thnt' Is, the women whb can
wear them, for they are few. UVdeath
to a short, dumpy nguro, and net III of
ss are blessed with graceful, wjiiowy
soaies. The MHils XIV. eostumeLoon
Htu chiefly of the coat, aa It n be
worn with any skirt, or. at lea
not distinctive from the
of any other gewn. Finn ot all, the
material must be of the richest it tho
effect might be spoiled. Uroesdea find
high faver, and they aro eminently suit
able, but they must bo of the large,
scrarly designs In obrne effect ot
tltber velvet or rich satins,
Haiti, llurkUt and Inrb
Dainty, attraetlvs trifles Jn the mat
ter of dress go far toward making the
toilet. That Is to say. all the iMtfi
accessories, sueh as buttons, clasps,
bsltji, chatelaines, purine, etc., add ov
detrnet from the costume, according to
their own beauty and finish. The
crnto for green purses Is not abating)
they new are shown In every form un
der the sun, and with a variety of
decorations. Tho stained alligator ekln
Is popular, as also Is the finely grained
leather, brought to a high degree ot
polish. Fllscrco corners of benton idl
vcr or gold doeornlo most ot tho purses.
A pretty tad Is to havo no decoration,
save a hugo Initial In silver In ono cor
ner. Wonderfully fetching chatotalna
purses nro worn on the belt. The smart
ost rceently teen was In dull green Hz
trd, with an outsldo flap, In tho tenter
ot which was a good-sized ralnlaturo
set In a narrow gold framo. A flat strap
ot leather attached by flno gold links
hold It to tho narrow gilt bolt.
As for bolts, tho styles aro legion,
ifcatitlcs nro shown In tho Jowelcrs',
mado of smooth white kid, very narrow,
with largo round buckles ot solid gold,
set gypsy fashion, with turquolso and
rhlnostones. The Inch-wldo bolts of
gilt, Tlth flat gilt buckles, aro worn
with every posslblo costtimo. Thoso set
upon the foundation ot a leather bolt
are much better to keep tho waist In
eompars than tho plain, bands. OUttir
Ink belle of colored sequin, with big,
idiowy buoltles, nro muoh worn wltb
gowns harmonizing In color. Many ot
theso belts aro set upon n foundation
of elastic and will strotoh to fit any
waist. Die clasps aro much in favor as
fasteners to hlgh-throatcd ooats or tat
collarettes A handsome one 11 beaten
gold, richly enameled In dull blue and
outlined In pearls. Bntlrely new bau
bles, although very usstttl with the new
sleeves, are the nets ot flat gold buttons,
or sltidet used to fasten tho wrists to
tycthsr. Tho slecvva arc made ro small
at the wrists that unices they wore
opened te' admit the hand thy could
net be dratf n ou. Chicago Chronicle.
Hnnna Tliuolr ttttnipoa.
Deet ramies. Chop cot.' roost beet
very fine. Deat two escs and mix with
it, ana add a little mllki flno cracker
e rumba and melted butter. Bait and
pepper to season well, Make Into rolls'
and fry In hot fat
Shepherds' plo. MUtnul hM beet or
tomb. If bcf. put In n pUua of pulver
lied clove! it lamb, n pinch at summer
savory, to Mason It, nrvery llttlo peppef
and some taVL Put It Into a baking
dish. Mash potatoes and tott wtth
rresnt aud lrjiler, a llttlo salt, and
spread them croc the amt; UiJU up as
egg with cream i aprond H over fhe po
tatoes, and boko to brown, Uis sJUtoes.
Norah IiL To clcoose ami Improve
the balr In texture, wash U oooe a week
with warm water, to wtUoo baa been
added ft small Quantity ol ammonia.
Let t hang looeo until dry, aad then
brush thoroughly with a MX, brlSile
hairbrush. It your bands chap after
washing them, rub on a few drops el
htnsf or glycerine.
Whether on pleasure bnt, or business,
take on every trip a bottle or syrup er.
Pigs, ss It nets most pleasantly and,
effectually on the kidneys, liver, and
bowels, preventing fevers, hendnehrs,
and other forms of flokness. Por sale
In to cent and ft bottles by all leading
druggists. Manufactured Uy the Call
fiuula Pig Syrup Company only.
N'over discuss; you will convince no
v. Opinions nra like nails i the nnrd-
t the deeper Uiey ro. ,
Mr. V W. Tabor, lllae. Tex., mvsi "I
have been taking flrawn'i Iron llttteri (or era
eral oeuiity aaa dm given me n f
wcedesi apppetlte sad 1 feel mack bit
ter." Some men never look for work whcr
thej; are apt to find It.
I want every man and toman In the
United State who are Interested In the
opium and wliliky hablti to have eao Of
niy beobaon thtie dlienisi. AddreH, II.
SI. U cellar, Atlanta, Oa., bex JTT, and eiit
will be lent you free.
Almost nlwnji the most Indigent sr
the most generous.
I beUeTe l'bo'i Core i the enly medlelne
that tiflcuro coaiuinptlon. Anti M. Ren,
WWIamipoft, l'a .Vcr, 18, 'Ct.
Truth Is ororlnstlng, but onr Idtas
ot truth are not.
ir lha llnby ! CtiMU Trelb
tar nixt m thai M rwt U.ltltl immSt, U
WlU)W'l UKUUUej Minl'r
ir OMMttfl neoar.
A Hinnrt l'up.
A llloomlngton, 111., matt owns ft 111
tlo black terrlor, wliloli Is mid to bo
tho bost counterfoil silver dollar detoot
ivo in that pnrt of lha eon n try. Ho
will unerringly pick out nil the gen
uine silver dollars In n promtecuoua
lionp. If a dollar is thrown to lilw lis
will oatcli It It It lio jjoodjiut not It a
counterfeit. It Is calil that the ottrli
lers ot the banks In the plnaa lay iielile
nil suatilclous dollai-s to lie submlttexl
to his inspection.
Louis Darwin, who died at Itlaok
Hirer Fails, Wis., the other tiny, whs
born In Mbntreal ono year before the
first Inauguration ot George Washing
ton as iirosldent, nnd was 107 yours
old. Ills wife died last November at
the age of J01.
vied olRhty yoat
They had been war-
Oinrlos Flint of Ilrooklyn Is tho
tatoat trnnintluntlo orank. He hun
Invented n Moyolo boat, ojiarateil by
foot owor, In whloh ho moans to crom
tho Atlitntlo, und says that ho will
mako the imsnngo in povonly hours,
A "Tom n m" hnrincr.
Mr. TwIffR ot Whlto Station, Ky.r
hn Murtod into tho luminous of rnUIng
oiKJeiiuns for tho market. Thov bi1n
IfOtkl iirtco, lx)th for meat mid pelts,
uml lie o.xjiocU to gal rioh ulT them.
A UblrURO To it or.
A tower Is jirojeotod to be built In
one Oft the pnrks of rghlj'ii tfn.Alf.sk feet
high. It wi)l cost (W,000, wIcTjtMlg
in(f by the receipts ot the WMf tower
In Purls, the proleotor'i think that It
woWjl be u goat. invest5Ht
John Jacob Astor ot New York has
sworn that Ills perwontil property is
worth but $?fl0,000. He lias been
iticod at $0,000,000. Now York
Miclety Is wondering- whether he it
really na poor n ho says.
Extremetlred feeling nllllcti nearly every
body st thli uenion. Tho hustler ceaio to'
putli, tho tlrolcis grow weary, the ener
getic becomo cuervsted. You know Just
what wo mean. Bortio men ami women
endtavor temporarily to orcrcomo tbst
gejseHPsilll GS 8
Feeling by great force ot will. Uut this
Is unisfe, ss It pulls powerfully upon the
nervous lyilem, which will not long itsnd
such strain. Too many peoplo " work on
thttlruervei," snd tho result U seen In un
fortunate wreck marked "nervou pros
tration," In every direction. That tired
ing Is a positive proof ot thin, wesk, Im
pure blood i for, It tho blood Is rich, red.
vitalized snd vigorous, It Impart Ilfosua
energy to every nerve, organ snd UhUo
ot tbe body. Tho neceulty ot taking
Hood's Sarisparllls for that tired feeling
li, therefore, apparent to every one, snd
the good it will do you 1 equally beyond
question, Itomember that
Iltlttime True !ibnd Purifier All iruggitts. U
fftpait d only ty C. I. Hood li u I .mtlt, Mail,
- i i
Hood's Pills ffsaf $&?
Tlie Eye, Ear, Throat and Nose,
Mb Boor tcuritr M( awl Trail lliitg DtlUi, Ti.
rrr u.i; xiiMm
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